Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00638
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 5, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00638
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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CommissionIs [ Changes Road Elects Eisenbach
The Board of Directors of the Western Union has moved its
Flagler County Youth Council office from 'the' Dixiana Motor

Organized will meet Saturday night at 7:30 Build'Plans Court office to Moody's Taxi
of BunnellC. .
preceding the Youth Council dermy Shop on Moody Boule Mayor .

dance. Hazel Holland, presidentof The Board of County Commis. vard.:
elect B. Eisenbach electedto
; Thomas W. Duncan was was
the council, will preside and stoners adopted a resolution at Air. and :Mrs. Bobby Moodyare
ed -chairman of the F.lagler serve as mayor of Bunnell at
all members and other interested their meeting Tuesday requesting agents at the new locationof
, .,. Beach Town Commission at its parents are urged to attend. i the State Road Departmentto Western Union. the organization meeting of the ;
organization meeting Tuesday City Commissioners Monday eve
Last month the Council Board drop projects three, four and
Afternoon. Named to ,serve with ning. Elected to serve with himas
bowl for the five from the secondary road
purchased a punch
" ; him vice-chairman was' HarryB. vice was H. V.
as Civic Center.Voter program in this county until fur. VFW Awards mayor Peavy.
Treadwell ther study by commission.. Taking office for their first
New commission members as meeting were Walton Johnstonand
The motion was made by Alfred Athletic
suming office at the meetingwere Tucker and seconded by George TrophiesVeterans Shelton Barber who were,
Robert Henderson and Ger Books to elected to the commission last
Wickline. All voted for the. mo ol }o'orelgnVars Post
:. aId A. Smith ,who were elected March 6th, to serve for a two-
I 5213 presented the football
in the March 6th election. Theyare year term. Eisenbach was reelected -
I Project three was the Haw award to Jerry Burnsed as the I
: replacing Charles Bondy and Close SaturdayThe on the commission for
Creek-Dupont road. Project four most valuable back at their
Richard the board.. another term of two
, \. Mosby on years.'
the and
was widening surfacingof award meeting last Thursday
Holdover members Duncan, Holdover members of the
are commission
Flagler: County Registration the Old Kings. Road from night. ,
Treadwell, and Leonard Moody. Books will close at 5 are L. L. Brannam and
Highway 11 to the county Receiving the award as the
George Wickline is mayor.. Saturday afternoon, April line. Project five was Hard sur valuable lineman was Quinten H. V. Peavy.
,The commission voted to continue Peavy was named chairman of
books will remain closed until High
facing the road connecting Emery, and the most improved
month- the finance committee. Chairman .
all employees on a after the May Primaries.
100 and 305.
way player award went to David t
: to-month basis. Supervisor Gladys Deen said of the water and utilities
George Moody, Sr., chairmanof Cook. Mike McMillan was
she will be in her office on the committee is Brannam, and Barber
I the Flagler Beach State Park named captain of last season's
second floor of the courthouse was named chairman of the
Park, appeared before the commission football team.
KindergartenRegistration until 5 o'clock in the afternoon.She street committee, while Johnston
and asked for financialaid -
The most valuable player forthe'
i. is also reminding all those will head the sanitation com ;
in developing the state
basketball boys was won by
who wish to change their voting park. The board agreed to donate ' Mike McMillan. For the girls, mittee. i
precinct for the coming elections The board voted at the meeting t
80 bulldozer hours and 200 the most valuable player award 4
must do before Satur Tuesday night to retain all
so on or
man-hours for developing the
was given to Grace Steflik. All
13 and 16 day. She also stated that those park. The work will be done ac of these awards were given by present employees. i ,
April who have married should
change cording to plans of the State the VFW. y

" their names on the roll at 'this Park Board. The Post Auxiliary presentedthe Garden Club Is '

Kindergarten registration for time. County Attorney H. T. Cook essay awards to Allida Tucker ".

.. next school year will be held was authorized to begin condemnation as first place winner;" Barbara Beautifying Park

in the Bunnell Kindergarten Bunnell High 'School proceedings for the Espanola -- Smythe, second place winner, I.

Building on ,April 13th and 16th. Road. This road is proj and Buddy Barrow as third At Flagler Beach

Registration will be from 1:30 Students Visit.i The ect No. 1 on the commission's place winner.

\ = Ito I : 3p'cl6clc; -botlmdayst Mrs.: ,_ :. ,- ,- secondary, 'programl:*.. 4". -_ ,. The:subject of the essay,-wa;'- -TheBeautification..- and Con- -

r. Frances_,Wadswortn\;.today .Mary Karl SeiiodiThirtyone ,-: O.-F, Alford and Charles Creal "AmericaThe:! Beautiful,"" How.:, servatlon Committee of the Flagj ;' : .
',' Children registering' must' be were appointed by the board to Long Without Clean Wat r.'r The Jer 'Beach ,Garden Club, assisted >=;

five years' of, ,age on or, before boys and girls from appraise the rights of way for first place winner received a by the County Commissioners,

December r. 31:, 1962, in order to 'the, ninth, tenth, and eleventh the Lake Diston Road. This is cash prize of $10 and a bronze are beautifying ana continuing

be eligible. Parents must bring grades of Bunnell High School the; road from 305 south to the award. Second place winner re the landscaping of the Flagler

{ the child's birth certificate and visited the, Mary Karl Vocation. lake, a distance of about two ceived a cash prize of $5 and Beach Town Park this week. The

be prepared to go by the court al School in Daytona Beach on miles. third place place winner won a park is located on the south side ;

' house for pupil assignment.All Tuesday of this week. The county board also asked 'cash prize of $3.00. !of Highway 11 and :;facing on t

kindergarten, entrants are This group of students, who the State Road Department to The Athletic Association presented the ocean and AlA Highway. I

asked to have a medical examination . are not planning to attend col- make necessary repairs to the gold footballs to McMil Mrs: Leola Jones said today 1

which the County Health lege, had the. opportunity to see, traffic light where Ur S Highway lan and Emery for making all. they have placed three large j

Unit will give or a blank' can firsthand, the splendid opportunitIes 1 L and State Highway 11 cross conference last year. beautiful coquina rocks on each \
be obtained there and completedby offered through the school In Bunnell.R. corner of thc park and are: plant- f

your own doctor, It' was systems of Flagler and Volusia M. Anderson, who has a ing Spanish Bayonet and six ;

,state d.Mrs.. counties to learn, vocational lease on the Bunnell Airport, County Democratic other plants to form the corner

.. Wadsworth is, urging all skills. was instructed at the March ;groupings. .
parents of kindergarten age Students visited' the two meeting to present a complete Committee. To I The'park has been cleaned up, f

; children to please register them schools in, which they had the report at the April meeting. The I benches repainted, and the ;

tr so they will be included in preplanning 'most lnter st'f r'-a period of, one board noted the report was not Meet Monday grass mowed. They have cleaned I

: hour each. Afterwards the groupate ,i presented at this meeting. the fish pool and are planting i
Chairmhn Sr
George Moody, ,
lunchin the vocational Deputy sheriff bonds for Lee annuals.:.arpimd; it. They! plan J
is calling a meeting of the
school cafeteria. Following lunch H. Merritt and Thomas J. Ves- to reactivate the pooland place t .

Quarter Horse Races there was avery interesting and chusio were approved.The ective Flagler Committee County Democratic for Monday Ex- fish in it as soon as money is j

informative evaluation session board received bids from available. They also plan to ;
night at 8 o'clock. They will .
At Gulfstream TrackA held during which Milton Tosky, Greens Fuel and Harris Gas Co. meet in the courthouse.. plant more grass. I .
director of vocational trainingfor for suburban type gas for the Several individuals have also
The is called for the
meeting i
.championship race sponso- Volusia County, Miss Mary year. The Harris: bid was ac made contributions toward the
ered by' the Florida Quarter Luellen, vocational guidance cepted. purpose of making pre work. The Garden Club has.

Horse Association is slated to be counselor, and John A. Cannon, Gas and oil bids were received i plans for the committee. sponsored card and game parties

held at Gulfstream Track Hollywood guidance counselor for Flagler from Standard Oil Co and Sin during the past few months and

Saturday, April 7, as an County Schools addressed the clair Refining Co. The bid from ROTARY CLUB TO the proceeds are being ,used to f
added attraction tothe regular SEE FILM ON MEXICO I I materials.
group. Questions and answers Standard Oil was accepted.The purchase I
nine race card. continued after the talks and al- board received two applications : The Rotary Club of Bunnell I 1

The 10 horses entered will be lowed students to gain all es for supervisor of construction will screen a special film produced !Frank L. Allig t

competing for a $2,000 purse, according sential information about pre- on the new, home to and distributed by the Ro ,

to Raymon Tucker, Bun paring themselves for their life's be built for the road superintendent tary Club of :Mexico at its regular Former Resident I

nell, chairman of the FQHA work. luncheon meeting Thursdayat I .

racing' committee. The group was accompaniedby Brannam's Food Market bid 12:30 at the Masonic Hall. '
I Dies in
"Although the race will not John A. Cannon, school coun- for groceries for the .stockadewas The film is a 16mm sound and

have parimutuel. betting, it is selor, and Miss Cplean Dupont. accepted. I' color film depicting the life cul I Frank L. Allig, owner of the ';

t sure to be a 'good race and an served as bus driver. ture, and economy of Mexico. Volusia Drivein Theatre in Day '\ :

.," interesting one," Tucker emphasizes ROBERT ALLMAN The film tells the story of modern tona Beach, passed away at the !

"as all the horses, have THREE STUDENTS SERIOUSLY HURT Mexico, with all of her Halifax Hospital Wednesday of ,1

been raced several times before, ON DEAN'S LIST IN RANCH ACCIDENT charm, possibilities, and problems last week. He was 52 years of
and 4.have proven themselves to Robert Allman was seriously in a most effective and

be fast. Florida State University at injured inan- accident on a dramatic way. age.Mr.. Allig owned and operateda

The three entries from Flagler Tallahassee announced today ranch in Osteen on Tuesday of, The club is offering the film theatre here about 20 years

.f County are: Lady'Pimpernel, the names of three Bunnell stu last week. He is a former resident to Bunnell High School to be ago. Following that he operateda

Jimmy Paul;'Eagle Eye Joe, Ray dents who made the Dean's List of Flagler County. shown to the boys and girls of chain of theatres in Central

mon Tucker; and Fool You, i during the fall term. They are: It was reported the horse he our county. Florida in the Lakeland and

M.- C. Strickland,. In;,*Bunnell. James P. Cook;Lovelace, C.. Gor was riding stepped; into a, hole, Officers for the 1962.63 Rotary Winter Haven area, Palatka, and

Other:horses ;entered. Include: don,..and Laura E. Fetterley., causing it-to foil'down and on Year are to be elected at the later going.to Waycrpss, Ga. before

\ Jaco of Live.03.k. owned'by A.L. These undergraduates .carried top of Mr.. Allman. meeting this week also. Clare going to Daytona Beach nine

Bullis/'St Cloud; Duke* ?iPrfese. 12 or more- semester hours and The last report said he was Biddle chairman, Tom olden, years ago. '.

t 1961 FQHA -,racing: champion: made, an average of B-. 3.0 or seriously injured but' he showed and Clifford McGriff presented a He is survived by his wife,

owned 'by'; Gerald ,McKIriney ,.of i higher. dring the fall term. some improvement.. He was suffering slate of nominees for the club's Velma L., of Daytona Beach; a (

Miami; Mr., Sambo, winner of a; .j from a number of broken consideration two weeks ago. son, Robert C Allig, medical stu

special race for two years old! Tulips can be ..grown successfully : ribs .reolarbone} and other in dent at Tulane University, New

at Sunshine ParkIn 1961, is 1 in'- each .of Florl a's 67 I teraal injuries.. He: is being Rice is produced in commercial Orleans; His parents; Mr. and IjI

by Johnny Slxma, ,Lake, Helen. counties:, t t&ted at the Sanford Hospital. volume in Florida. Mrs Frank F. Allig of Lakeland.


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: BOYS AND GIRLS ; The world's record black bass I i Swifts never alight 'on the :

: TO PLAY HANDBALL :weighed 22& pounds, taken from I I ground unless hurt. They gather j,

Bunnell Recreation Dept will Montgomery Lake Georgia, in their food and nesting ma- .

introduce a new game' Saturday ,1932. Many fishermen think a terial while flying; drink skimming ii'ii'all

morning, April 7 at 9:30 in frontof :larger one is now living somewhere over water; and mate in '

the school gym. All boys and in Florida's fresh waters. l mid-air. Ii Iil

: i girls from the fiftrT to eighth

grades are invited. Also all boys

Leslie Fetch I and girls from Flagler Beach. .

By I Two new games will be play II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1[ I

BROWSING WITH OUR want to thank all parents for ed with a rubber ball. Some-

MIDGET LEAGUERS I our recreation department.) thing new and different and a I


opened Well, their our'baseball Midget season Leaguers officially TIGERS AND PIRATES day.IN I I'1'- FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I I I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE 'I

ous and excited. When I gaveL I I'
the catchers catcher IN RE; Estate of AIR CONDmONING-HEATINGI'
new gloves, '
ed Thursday with the Tigers defeating W. H. DEEN. Deceased.To CALLHUBERT ,1
: equipment, new bats, and the Sluggers 126. All Creditors and Persons I PELLICER 11I
young Having Claims or Demands Against "We're Proud of Our Work"
balls looked ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT-
new they just On diamond No. 2, the Pirates Said Estate: 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 I
You and each or you are hereby I
and could hardly speak because
scored 7 runs in the second In- notified and required to present any
of excitement. ning. Cookie Cook, second base- claims and demands which you. or AUTO SERVICE I IMcDANIEL'S ([GARDEN SHOP
either of you. may have againstthe II
When they started to play I man, hit a .home run for the estate of W. H. Deen. deceased Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter "I
could not get over to see the Pirateswon late of said County to the County I I for Gardening Needs
Blue Angels, but the Judge of Flagler County, Florida
many boys who showed such 114. Tony Parker hit a at his office In the court house II Service Station II ,Ceramics. Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement
of said County at Bunnell. Florida
great improvement in their play- home run for the Young Slug- within eight calendar months from STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers '
the time of the first publication of I
ing. spring training program
gers. this notice. Each claim or demand I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS 1
proved its purpose., I know the STANDING ;", shall be In writing and shall state 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051 ,
Bunnell .ID 7-7119
the place of residence and post office I ,
boys were Just a little over excited Pirates 1 0 1000 address of the claimant and shallbe I H i
from their action. sworn to by the claimant agent. i i
:Tigers 1 0 1000 attorney and any such claim or i Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRICATION HARDWARE
Some of the boys who in spring Young Sluggers 0 1 000 demand, not so filed shall be void. I j

practice looked like they were Blue, Angels 0 1 000 J.V.C.W.DEEN DEEN !THAT FAMOUS PAINT j
going to burn up the league. As Executors of the Last GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I
Todays game: Tigers vs. Blue Will and Testament of Exclusively at
7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
The opening day of action hada Angels; Game April 11, Young "W. H. Deen deceased. N j
let down. April 5-12-n-Zi-4tc I State Lambert US l-ID 7-7190 I II : FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE iI
Sluggers vs. Angels; game rt
Although some boys
April 12, Tigers :vs. Pirates. All FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE OF Y
who couldn't handle a ball at games start at 4 P.M. FLORIDA.. NOTICE- OF PRO- I Colonial Service Station 11 I HE 9.2103 1 1I
HATE.ESTATE Flagler Beach
spring practice, did Just the op BOX SCORE OF E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION

W. H. DEEN Deceased., ,
posite. They played like little
pros. After a few weeks when C. Johnson 3 2 0 ALL, P RSONS INTERESTED IN MOTOR TUNE-UP Village Hardware Center j
we get rolling the boys will real- K. Roberson 321 DENT: HOUSE PAINTS

ly play some great ball G. Carle 3 2 1 written You are Instrument hereby notified purporting that to a HIWAY 1 BUNNELL ::; Match and mix any color J"

These boys had the greatest M. Durrance 301 said be the decedent Last Will has and been Testament admitted of to I I ED'S Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

experience of their life. Some- H. King 3. 0 1 probate in said Court. GIFTS GREETING CARDS j
thing they will never forget.' Harris 311' You are hereby commanded within AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
six calendar months from the
in Wash &
When we are finished with our 2 0 I date of the first publication of this Specializing Waxing
B. Cauley .3. notice to appear in said Court and Batteries-Accessories i i .
schedule,, parents will be surprised V. Palziuski ,3 1 0'I show: cause if any you can why JEWELER
to?'see' the changes in the action of said Court in admit- MINOR REPAIRS
J. Travis ,3 2 1 ting said Will to probate should I '
", U.S. 1 Bnnnell ID 7-3138
Ilwy. "J
their .
boys.I not stand unrevoked. BRENNAN Jewelers
( ) !
really have been enjoying TOTAL 27 12 6 County Judge BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Diamonds-Diamond Setting

,playing and working out witha Young Sluggers > Ab R H April 5-12-19-26-4tc Flagler County Florida. Fine Jewelry and Gifts .

nice bunch of boys. It has J. Geller 310 ;I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

been fun and a pleasure, and I T. Parker ."' 311_ IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT., IN SEVF.NTII AND-I BAR & COCKTAIL I Watches 1 1I
. I I Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
P. Barrow 300
.300 JOE IDA. B. MILLER and DANCING, FRIDAY. & SATURDAY I 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OH 7-505 "
O. F. ALFORD I C. Dozier NELLIE M. MILLER his wife. FROM 9 !
Registered J. Cody :211 vs. Plaintiff. SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. FURNITURE

T. Spicer : 211 OCEAN SHORE RESTAURANT Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

Real Estate BrokerBunnelL R. Wertherington .2 1 0 a& COCKTAIL Florida Corporation LOUNGE, and INC., Ormond Bedding and ,

Florida Defendants
J. Bertha ,2 0 0 CHANCERY NO. 4418 COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE /
TO THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN & Mary Shultz. Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
gala ed.t: ilnnlng&I 2 3 4 R H NOTICE_ hereby given that the 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. 69 Granada Ormond Bcfc. OR 7-6411

", I Tigers 2 4 2 4 12 6 of undersigned a Final Decree under of and Foreclosure by virtue Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach I -

BOSTON, LOS ANGELES I Sluggers 5100 6 3 entered in the above entitled cause PAINTS
,- and dated the 28th day of March, BETH'S SEASIDE 1
Winning pitcher, Harris. Losing A.D. 1962 will at 11 o'clock A.M.
I[ Eastern Standard Time on the 16th BAR & GRILL JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH
II pitcher, Spicer. Home runs, T. day of April A.-D. 1962 at the North
Parker. Front Door of the Flagler County FOR FINEFOOD
I I Court House In the City of Bunnell. I
{ Florida offer for sale and will sell Paints-Finishes

I I I Blue Angels Ab R H at and public best bidder auction for to cash the highest all the 3 mL N. of Flagler on AlA i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper !

I, .' Kelly .3 1 1 right title interest and claim of Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond
the Defendants OCEAN
S I Rice 3 1 1 RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL ORange 7-0761
" LOUNGE. INC.. a Florida Corporation BUILDING SUPPLIES
Roberston 2 1 1 and SAMUEL VILLETTO and ,
I Robinson 2 0 2 all of the parties or persons boundby ROOFER
said Final Decree in and to WICKLINE
T. Cook .2' 1 1 each severally of the following described EDGEMON ROOFING CO.

B. Geller 3 '0 0 situated real in and Flagler personal County property Flor--I Building Supplies Manufacturers of

C. Boyd '" 3' 0 0 ida Part and described of Lot 22.as of follows Dupont to-wlt Es- CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL

M: Barber 2 0 0 tates Subdivision according to STEEL TYPES OF ROOFING ft
plat recorded in Book 3. page
17. of the Public Records of Fast Dependable.Senrtce
:. ;Interesting' TOTAL :20 4 6 Flagler County. Florida. and Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

Pirates ." "Ab R H more follows particularly: Beginning described at a con-as ORange 7-5177 7-1793 t
monument the mar- BOTTLE GASHARRIS
Accurate crete on
D. Pellicer" 3 2 1 gin of the Atlantic Ocean and RESTAURANT
G. Roberston 2 1 0 said monument marking the
Southeasterly corner of the ,
Complete Whitaker .. .. ,,3' 2 0 said Lot 22 and running BOTTLE or BULK :I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
: 22 28' 30" West
;. \t.. thence North I
C. 3 0 1 ONLY
Werthert1ngton along the said margin of the FLAGLER COUNTY'S Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
International' News Coverage G. Revel ". ;3 1 1 Atlantic Ocean a distance of* HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY i
South 67
130.0 feet: thence OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
P RobinSon 2 2 1 38' 30" West a distance of PHONE ID 7-3551
370.14 feet to the Easterly 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach t
The Christian Science Monitor L Jones 1. 2 0 boundary.of the 80 foot right Help Flagler County Grow
One Norway St., Boston 15, Mass. B. Barber 1 1. 0 thence of way of Southwesterly State Road No,along AlA; By Shopping at Home Open 6 A.* .-11 P.M. at C

Send your newspaper for the time- G. Worley 2 0 1 said Easterly right *of way" '146 S. Atlantic-Ormpnd
boundary and on a 9 20' 48
checked. Enclosed find check or CONCRETE PRODUCTS '
, my curve to the right a distanceof
. money order. 0 1 year$22. TOTAL 19 11 5 227.52 feet to an Intersec- RIGHT ON THE BEACH
I D 6 months $11 0 3 months 5.50 tion dary with of the the Southerly said Lot boun-22: Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I I Shrimp-S teak.Chops-Chicken

thence North 67* 38' 30" East
CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes
Innings1 234R H along the said Southerly boun-
Name Blue Angels 2200 4 6 dary of Lot 22. a distance of DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Sandwiches and Pies
550.65 feet to the point of beginning BREAKFAST ANYTIME
. r' Pirates 0 7 0 4 11 5 of this description.
:'. Address ALSO all riparian and accretion Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant
hit Robinson home
' ; 3 base ; rights adjacent to the above
,< run, J. Cook. Winning pitcher, parcel on the Atlantic Ocean. AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
City Zone Bearings are referred to the CLEANERS
C. Wertherington; losing pitcher, True Meridian and in accord- I
,I ance with a survey made by J Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE
State B. Geller. D. D. Moody. Registered Sur- BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
veyor No. %61. on the 30th day WELLBORN
of October. 1945. GIVE TV STAMPS
Together with furniture fixtures -
, e and other personal prop- OJMB Dally S <. 6 Furniture & Upholstery
j" 24 HourWrecker erty located in the buildings (
Phone ID 7-3188
on said premises.The GOOD USED FURNITURENew
Service of said sale being to
purpose Bedding Mattress
satisfy the aforesaid Final Decree 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell Renovating
r- '' Furniture Uphvlaterlns;-Trades
which said Final Decree among
other things forecloses that cer- 1094 Flomlsh Holly Hill-CL 8.8275
Flagler Truck'MASSEYFERGUSON& Tractor Co. tain Mortgage mentioned therein. DRUG STORES
held by the Plaintiffs herein upon
. the premises and property herein- PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
.. above described mentioned and referred Moody's Pharmacy
.. f S Industrial Equipment to.Dated J
Grove Farm this 28th day of March Flagler Count Corner DruCZ5t0re The Flagler Tribune
A. D. 1962.Court _
.i Bunnell, Florida Phones: : Day ID 7-3242 ( seClerk EMIL SMYTHB PBES ONSDRUCSSUNDRIES.
ID 7-3529 of the Circuit Court Publishers Printers
': Night of Flagler County Florida :i."
r VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER Attorneys for Plaintiffs ** FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone ID 7-3282
Parts&Shop Managers 411 Main Street I
Owner Daytona Beach Florida BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 BUNNELL, FLORIDA '
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Without A Duplicate i It's a PLEASURE 4

In England too many cooks I to shop where you get 1r
spoil the broth.- In''RussIa a I I )
child with seven nurses loseseye. j ,
I 1 Imo'I
In China too many bricklayers -.: /e. 1gS.AS

_, build a lopsided _house. I 1 QUALITY I and cL: _s i

Many other strickingly similar -

proverbs crop up in widely 's ri r ct

the separated National parts Geographic of the Society world, .,: iI ,_ LOW. PRICES _

says. The Japanese say: "A K.ysY
woman's hair is 'strong enoughto :
keep an elephant tied." An, : :1jp

English proverb claims: "One
hair of a woman draws more
than a team of oxen. :<
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These tributes to the tenacityof I SHELTON'S FOR QUALITY AND .; g-
women and similar'duplicates yS. : I ;
Mt 4 iN y
'Independently r 1
Apparently developed
in different areas as man

drew upon common observa-

tions, experiences, and prob
lems. Close Trim
Women Are Popular '

Thousands of proverbs have TENDERSHOULDER
been coined about women. A I-

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want peace, give ear to your
This new swimsuit has a check-
wives' ..Who marriesa
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market baskets- and also take checkers with this gal. tho.

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more they're beaten the better than to bear it." \

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gently: "Love your wife like pensations, according to an Eng- 1Hii;h i :; Lykes

your: soul but shake her like a lish maxim that maintains: "Lit CHOICE CUTS

pear tree. tle goods, little care." I 'f !if CANNED
A popular international theme Sometimes two proverbs ex-

warns against excessive talk. press the same idea in vastly :iEEiii:
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talker wants for enemies .6. .
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talk does not cook rice; and taken poison, lick even the I
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say may
Japanese: "A word'once utteredis HAM HOCKS Ibs. $1O
'pon king but him radder not. .
beyond the reach of four gal- In British Honduras, "Cowardman Limit ,one with $7.00 foor order or '
loping horses. keep soun' bone" is the more Hickory Smoked Copeland
Poverty is another familiar
theme, and thread of synicism Creole way of declaring that Maxwell House Giant 10 oz. Jar Br the
discretion is the better part of INSTANT BACON Ib 370
runs through many of the say- valor. .

ings on this subject. West Afri Anthropologists believe,
..',. can: "Being poor makes. it hard erbs were man's first great at COFFEE 99* Fresh Meaty "
have friends but not ea.
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PAGE.FOUR 4' < ._ ._. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUS. ..FLORIDA.... ... ", Thursday., April. 5.. 1962

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Parent-Teacher I I Baptist: Church- News 1

Association News

, The Flagler Beach Parent- The First Baptist Church of !

Teacher Association met Tues Flagler Beach was host to the Food Store
. day night with a record crowd Young Woman's Auxiliary from )

present. Mrs. Robert Owens, the St. Johns River Associationon I

president, presided. Monday night. This was their

, The meeting got off to a patriotic quarterly meeting for spring I Flagler Beach I
and marked the fifth anniversary -
beginning with David
for Associational YWA PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. APRIL 5-6-7, 1962
Johnson reciting the Gettysburg .
Address, followed by Joyce Ann I
Robinson reciting the Preamble J Jr chicken supper was enjoyedby
YWA girls and their counselors -
to the Constitution. Both students -
1 from Palatka, Crescent City, ...
t i are in Mrs. Leonard
St. Augustine, Bunnell and ,
i Moody's fifth grade., ler Beach. Counselors night was Center Cut Western' Grade "A" Beef I

.. :Mrs. Henry Shill gave the de- observed with special features PORK CHUCK
l votional, Mrs. Charles Meekins being presented from the YWA
I read the minutes, and Mrs. Ray magazine, "The Window." Coun CHOPS 69*. ROAST 49* J
( Martel gave the treasurer's re- selors on the program were: Mrs. ib. >b. ,

)' port. The room count was won Hoyt Bryan and Mrs. Charles +
,by the fifth grade. Morris of Palatka; Mrs. Joel j Palm RiverSLICED Copeland' I
Richardson and Mrs. Lawton of "
t Mrs. Bernie Wilson, chairman SMOKED-
St. Augustine; Mrs. Thomas Pin-
t of the nominating committee, ner of Bunnell; and Mrs. J. C.
gave the following officers for Weaver of Flagler Beach. BACON 49Hom'e PICNICS ib 39 ,
the Mrs. .Leonard
i ensuing year: Mary Sue Brannam, Associa- .
'Johnson, president; Mrs. Charles I tional President, presided over
Meekins, vice president; Mrs. the business session and a spe- Made peland'. t tALL
Brice Sheeler, secretary; and cial report on mission study PURE PORKSausage MEAT t
Mrs. Bob treasurer.
I J This slate of officers was accepted was Plans brought were made by Judy to attend Stryker.the I : I
49 FRANKS .49
{ unanimously. State -YWA Conference in De- ib.
Land April 27th and YWA Week
Mrs. Wilson then gave a re- ,
port of the study course committee at Ridgecrest June 1420.
and stated financial help Judy Stryker Receives Citation
was needed for materials. The Miss Judy Stryker was pre- CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE
PTA voted to sufficiently aid sented with the Young Womens BAKE-RITE .1
this project. .' Auxiliary Citation Sunday during
the evening worship hour.
Mrs. Owens appointed Mrs. Judy is the first to receive the
Raymond Smith and Mrs. Henry merited award in the St. Johns I
Shill to audit the books for the River Association. She has been SHORTENING

president of the local''YWA since

year.Mrs. its began in 196X and .
Hugh Arnold then pre- January jc. f I
is also the Mission Study Chair.'
sented the which featured i
program lb. lb.
man for Association._ .
"The Flagler a group Beach of baton F.laglerettes.twirlers,! Prior to the presentation, a .. 29' 3 49 !

I special was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Carl,McElfresh are program can can i
Mrs. Atlee Stevens and Mrs. .
the instructors for group
which did two group routinesand Barbara Stryker. They explained -
individual solos by' each ed the requirements reachedby Limit one with-$5.00 or'more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order f fI

girl. Miss Stryker, which enabled I
her to receive the award. Spe -
Members of the Flagerettesare cial music was two solos, one 2l/2 Can Shurfine 303 can t

: Eleanor Shill, Vicki Moore, by Stanley Springer and one by FRUIT SUNLITETOMATOES,

Susie Peterson, Ann Meekins, Song Leader Barbara Weaver. c $00 i ,
Patricia League, and Sandra and Others participating in the pro- COCKTAIL 3 ;rs can 100

Derese Owens and they are all gram were: Elaine Frailey, Nancy Limit 6 with order
students at the Flagler Beach Fleurie, Brenda Aaron, Holly .
Elementary School. Golien and Diane Springer. 46 oz. Hi C

The remainder of the programwas FLAGLER BEACH

,various talent displayed by i HOUSE NUMBERING 3 frs 89 e S&490;
more students of FEES. They NEARS COMPLETION .. >
were: Announcer, Tommy Dun
House in Flagler
can; piano solos Wesley Thomas
; hula dance, Sandra Abbott; Beach nears completion, mem- 12 oz. Food King Bremners
bers 'of the committee said to-
piano solo, Donald Marzinko;
comical recitation, Ray Smith; day. Anyone not receiving notice CATSUPRoyal bot. ISe SALTINES ; P&.190
I of their house or business I -
vocal 'solo, Jerry Gordon; piano .
I I number are asked to contact ..
solo, Frederick Fruits; saxa-
phone solos, Helen Koslowski.All Mrs. Louella Fleurie or Mrs. Kraft's *
Flossie Haines by Monday, April i
of the youngsters did a PINK MIRACLE
wonderful job.and are to be con- 9th.The committee l
plans to turnover SALMON
WHIP 490
gratulated.The the maps and plans for can qt.
last and the in- :
meeting numbering to the Town Clerk'soffice I
stallation of the new officers
on April 15. Information
.was voted to be on May 1st and after this date will be obtained Country Patties Shurfresh

the be announced sixth grade later.graduation will there.Mrs. Fleurie and Mrs. Haines OLEO 6 ;k%. Se BISCUITS can 50

Following the meeting the wish to thank those who have Limit 2 with order Limit 3 with orderPRODUCE
first grade room mothers served numbers
purchased from them. r
punch and cookies to the large Profits from this project will aid

crowd present. in tiling the Woman's Club

kitchen, it was stated. FROZEN FOODS

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't i was month-long
revised upward by $100 mil- :ida agricultural production exhibit, telling the ;promote Florida agricultural'
of vegetable
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YegetableEruitApril ; Florida agricultural story. I products.

Lion.Visiting ,the Florida Development I$814 million. Conner, Florida Commissioner I Buyers of processed, frozen
Promotion at I j Commission's agricultural But now, following a record- Doyle of Agriculture, Joffre J and chilled vegetable' fruits'

exhibit ,last year, key produce breaking production, harvest, David, president of the Florida and juices will be hosted at a
Florida .Showcase i buyers, packers and marketeerssaw and sales year a whopping $896- Fruit and Vegetable Association, luncheon in New York City. Afterward
Showcase samples of prime recorded by a Showcase reception
has been mar-
Food, editors and produce buy- ] 003,000 Department of Agriculture food editors .
I' produce for
been planned
specialists. has
second annual 'garden-fresh Florida marketing keting specialists, will visit New\
ers during the which lends a summer bountyto i ii I wholesale agricultural editors, and
Florida, Fruit and Vegetable 1 the nation's winter tables. The Florida Showcase will York market places ':
Jamboree In April will find last I IJ i I learned then that Flor again feature during, April a auctions, and retail food stores publishers.
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1 Time for a quick pause between the Holy Roman
research reactor, is bedded down :
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;fh. Where young minds grow, you always find concrete .
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curriculum I ? giving support and shelter. '. .
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q ; in dJ/oI JQ requires more than wishful todes. Since the chemicals used I equivalent amount of sprigs will To prevent the rows of sprig-' ',
t !thinking. First, remove the in the process are deadly, let a I cover., I ged grass from giving your lawnan
(By Henrey Sham) ,sticks, the stones and the neigh professional do this job for you. l Sprigging is the economical ocean wave effect, then begin .
bors' dog bones. Next rake the I method. Sprig the slower gow- mowing almost as soon as
What To
You don't have to be an expert lot until it is level. Plant ing zoysia grasses aon 4 to 6- I the first runner leaves its home
to,grow a good lawn. Oftenit There is no Ideal grass. The inch centers. Other grasses will base. Frequent mowing will also *
Following a; ,heavy shower have acclaim for
takes brawn zoysias won I
as much as
give full cover in one season keep down weeds. }
brains. check the lawn site for stand-,, texture, but require much care 12-inch !" 1\:
if set 8 to centers.
on :
The usual prerequisite is moving ing puddles of water and, if and good soil. Centipede is 1 I j For additional information on j
into a no-down-payment needed, fill in the low spots be "poor man's" grass that does Plenty of water and monthly;i lawns and care of your outdoor I:

house that sits on a bare, sandylot. fore planting. For better looks' well on sandy soil with little applications of 3 pounds of am- I j carpet, contact your county agri- ;
and for drainage, slope the fertilizer and few mowings. monium nitrate per 1,000 square I j cultural agent. He has a num.i i iI

March, according to studentsof earth away from the house. St. Augustine rates good, but feet of lawn will urge the grass i ber of publications that will help I
human is ravaged by chinch bugs. Com- to spread at top speed. I you with your grass problems. ,
nature, is the month On sandy soil add three cubic I
for lawns. They that, the mon bermuda is fine-textured,
say yards of organic matter per 1,000
sting of a; nagging tongue causes square, feet of lawn area. This tolerates salt spray, but requires II
much work and' considerable
seasonal in
surge grass will Insure gOOd' grass growth.
a planting. Peat or composted material will fertilizer. The bahia grasses Have You q
form a loose turf that takes con-
Regardless of the domestic
be fine. Mix the material into
reasons, University of Florida the soil. A rented rototiller will stant mowing to keep seed stalks c t
turfmen down.A Heard?
recommend spring
do the Job in a hurry.
to insure new grass is Floratine St.
planting a green carl 1
The next step be soil
may ,
l Augustine. It was developed by
pet by fall.. sterilization. It isn't essentialbut
Establishing an urban pasture the Florida Agricultural Experi--
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ment Stations and released recently -
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men. It's available now from r
; THE BOOK NOOK .CONSERVATION NEWS most turf. growers. I

I f, "GOOD-BYE M. CHIPS"By t By Tilmon W. Robinson I Floratine is a blue.green, !
. ( James Hilton) close-growing 'type that covers f
i Construction is underway on the ground rapidly and forms fr
This Is the heartwarming story V-type !ditches which will be an excellent sod. Four-year tests I
: of a school master called Mr. used to irrigate 350 acres of improved show that it's superior in weed ,:
Chips. He teaches in a smallboy's pasture and ,white
grass and disease resistance. J
J.: I Better buys locally! Sure, it's better when you
school in England' called clover on the W. H. McBride Planting
l I Brookfield. He is liked well by ranch. The work on these con- Methods of planting are sod, Yeah! You get more for buy locally. Buying and sell- !

,rJ j all of his pupils. The reason for tour ditches is being done witha I sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the your money. Comparable ing keep our community alive t
this is because of his under pull-type grader which Mc- answer to an immediate ground items cost less here at home and humming. That's what

standing ways and his thought Bride bought for this purpose.It .I cover. Grass .plugs cover about than elsewhere, in some makes a community-folks I.
fulness. is expected that several more one-third the that the
area and
buying selling, trading
"high rent district. You get
One oddity of Mr. Chips was weeks of work will be required I
I I that he liked ,to treat all of the before the entire system is ready IN MEMORIAMIn a guarantee of value and and swapping.
I. new boys at Brookfield to tea. for use. satisfaction. In the years Trade? Swap? No, no, not I

When they would come to see Herschel' King, cooperator with memory of our dearest ahead, when you need service you, Harry.You're part of the !
him he would have tea and the Flagler Soil Conservation mother, Mrs. Stella Skowronski, it's as near as your tele home team. Not you, Harry. I$

cake for them to eat. Alwaysat District has recently completed on 'her birthday, April 7. who phone. I say, Harry,. .
5 o'clock he would say, "I'm planting 60 acres to slash pine passed away December 31.
I sorry you can't stay longer." seedlings on his farm in the Asleep in God's beautiful gar-
I The boy would take the hint Espanola community. den away from sorrow and pain,
and leave.. Supervisors of Florida's 59 sadly missed by her son Stan-
Mr. Chips tried hard to be a Soil Conservation Districts will ley Skowronski, daughter Ellen Trade at Home forYoar own sake!

good teacher. When 'he died, meet this year in Jacksonville, Zahul, grandchildren and great- and community progress
Mr. Cartwright, the President August 15-17, according to Gary grandchildren of Detroit, Michigan -
the school, said:, "Brookfield will I E. Snow, Orlando, president of and grandson Stanley J.
never forget his loveableness." :the Florida Association of Soil Germak, and great-grand chil- I

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\ ..' Grace Steflik. II:visors. .;Ellen Zahul. I

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S Presents Gifts To ,Church Building "five years too late."
I School LibraryThe Will Be EasierPastors Attending the conference from.
LOCALS Flagler Beach was Rev. Reyn-

Library Club of Bunnell of the 90 newest Methodist old Hoover, pastor of the Flag-

High School has presented to the Churches in Florida learn- ler Beach Methodist Church. The-

I library two beautiful gifts. One ed recently that their headacheswere church was organized in 195&

of thesean embossing machine not in vain. "Experience with 30 members. It now has
'! IDLEWOOD CLUB I If' IDLEWOOD WITH which ,stamps our new books. gained in six yearn of rapid 76 members, Rev. Hoover said.
DINNER' PARTY I.MRS. ANDERSON I This imprints Bunnell High church building in the state will The Florida Conference was
f' School Library, Bunnell, .Florida. make forming new churches selected for the meeting, first of

Members of the Idlewood Club I Mrs. A. B Anderson of Ormond I Besides being an attractive gift easier.At its kind held by the denomination -

, and their guests enjoyed a Con Beach, former Bunnell High this will be of service to the library a meeting held in Leesburg, because it has built twiceas

,tinental dinner party at the I School librarian who retired last for many years to come. Rev. Robert C. Holmes, executive many new churches as any

M. B. McDaniel home Saturday year, will entertain the Idlewood The other, a valance was made secretary of church extension, other conference in Methodism

night. I Club meeting on April 10. by three of the girls, Jamesene told the ministers that the during the past three years.

Guests wore costumes rep The meeting will be at her Dawson, Faye Edmonson, and I .
resenting different countries and home in Ormond Beach. Diane Springer who stayed after
personalities. They also brought school and was supervised by
food native to the country they Louis Trad was transferred to I Mrs..Cannon. The girls also pur Websters Definition of Progress"Movement ,

represented., j I the University Teaching Hospital -I chased the material .
The living room was trans- I in Gainesville Tuesday, aft The club officers and a few of Forward, Onward Course,

; formed into an oriental scene er receiving treatment at,the local -I the members are at this time To An
Advance Objective ,
and the food was served on low I I hospital for two weeks. making their by-laws and a

. tables. I I handbook which will be used by i Gradual Betterment".

I The Florida' room was deco Randy Morris underwent, a the future library clubs at Bun
rated in an Itlanian motif and tonsilectomy at the local hos

dancing was enjoyed 'there.-- pital Thursday.Mr. nell.Our club at this time has 18 LOUIS M. STEFLIK \

I' Thirty-five enjoyed the party members, these are: Lynn Orem, 1
wearing Spanish, South Sea Islands and Mrs. Julian Caudill president; Jamesene Dawson, .

Swiss, Roman, Greek, Indian and daughter, Carolyn, returned I vice president; Helen Minchew, (Paid Political Adv.)

J'I) Castro, and others. to their home in Elizabethton, treasurer; Susan Wadsworth,

Tenn., Sunday after spending a secretary, and Kent Holland re I
PINETTE CLUB ten-day vacation with their par- porter. r 1-

I MEETS MONDAY ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden, Others in the club are: Pee WL.DUNSON !

and touring the southern partof Wee Knight, Jerry Burnsed, Di-
The Pinette Club met Monday Florida. ane Springer, Linda Harris, Dean I:
night with Margie Kinney for a CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
Peterson, Steve Neeley, Faye *
I barbeque supper. Those present Mrs. L. M. Barrs was in Jack. monson David Cook, Grace Stef-
t, were Pat Cowart, Margaret Ann sonville two days last week lik, Tommy Roberson, Gordon I Member of Flagler County Board of

Shelton, Joan Crews, Elissa Til- visiting with relatives. Hahn, Marsha Durrance, and '
1 ton, Ann Hunter, and Betty Janice Lovelace. The advisor of Public Instruction District 3 .

Hawkins.The Miss Gladys Salyerds is in the the group is Mrs. Jeanne B. Can- .
next meeting will be with Halifax Hospital in Daytona non. YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED.

Joann Crews. Beach where she underwent ..
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BAND PARENTS as improving. .
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i The Band Parents Association CAPT. BLIGH'S JAMAICA GIFT ", RE-ELECT' ., .. cI

I will meet in the band room at I The Caribbean island, of Ja i ___

I Bunnell High School tonight ,I maica owes its breadfrut crops I Alfred R Tucker
(Thursday) at 8 o'clock, Mrs. ,to Captain Bligh of H.M.S. I .
'said- -fame.-'The-Pacific* ;
Bette McDaniel
today. Bounty plant, I I.A&V
: .-' All band ,parents.are urged to was imported as an inexpensive- '?,, '; $. :':. j"' .
attend the meeting. starch food for slaves. "
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THE r -. f 1A83s ..LSVSi Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated y
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year is ending, and across you to be asked to give some evidence %l34VdSM9N'
country many people are of it . a7d'1d of J.NrM I I 1134 Live Oak Daytona Beach Florida

packing or planning for retirement Once these two psychologicalhurdles 1- .. .,
-: to a nice little city in the are handled, says Mr.
sunshine. Brown, there are some positive
That's what Charles Brown did steps to take: .
) in 1957-he retired to a nice little The: newcomer, of course, ..
city of just under 20,000 popula- should have rented-not bought- : j
I t tion. In the four years since, he his living quarters when he first ReElectW. !
has learned a few lessons. Any- arrived in town. In four years I ;
body planning to retire can' profit haven't seen anybody who was .'
from listening to him: satisfied for long with any real L "Billy" WADSWORTH '
"I would retire to a small sunshine estate they bought too quickly. If :
city again, if I had to do it the person is able to buy, having
over," he says "Not only from sold his former home, he should
New Hampshire, Minnesota or contact a good local bank, put For Representative, State Legislature

Oregon, but from anywhere that part of his money in a checking .- _
has a winter. Why should any- account and the rest in a savings
body stay lost in a big, city, or account for the time being. This From Flagler County Florida i
have to buy fuel on a pension in will help establish his credit. '' -i..
order to keep warm? Why should
"Then he should rent a safety
"'" anybody past 65 have to hole up
deposit box in the bank, even if
for two months or five months of
he doesn't have securities to putin
the year and miss the associationwith it. It will help his status andwon't
nature that adds so much to "
cost much.
the later years of life . Mr. Brown says that once the 1. He serves all of Flagler County.
'But in retiring to a nice little
newcomer has settled his money .
city there are a couple of should hard- matters, he should open a charge 2. He knows that our future lies in our schools :
boiled facts a pensioner account at'one of the better storesin
know. The first is that you don't town, find a doctor who will and has acted accordingly. .
blow in as the president of U.S.
make house calls, decide on a
Steel. You're another nice man dentist become chummy with at 3. He commends our present industries while
named Clarence. The Mayordoesn"
least subscribeto
one good druggist
does, seeking further economic advancement.
call on you. Nobody the local paper, call on the
as a rule. . Chamber of Commerce to see if
The second thing a person he*can find the names of anybodyelse 4. He knows that we need recreational and
should know is that he has no '
from his home city who has t: cultural facilities for all and has
credit and no references in this retired here affiliate with ''y & ages,
new,town. "Maybe you had them church and start telling all the passed, legislation to obtain same.. -.
back home," says Mr. Brown, '<
neighbors what a wonderful little ; ;
"but you finally realize that you -
city this is. ..
had a job back home.. Now you 4.Ii '
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have a pension. The new town will by ?k.ss C.IHs. psi U -
honest, but it cents la _Cla (a* stamps. t* De'NWNS. .. {Paid jt j-' v ;
presume i..B.x.l"}!. .t&Uss -Political Adv.) !t <
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: old suntans, olive.drab woolens, Uniforms undergo a continuous many inconveniences must arise i i give a group of soldiers "the I;

I. Dress of Postwar GI I and fatigue clothes perfect for process of evolution to meet from not being able to distinguish -'I singleness and tautness of an :

,puttering about in. new circumstances. For instance, I' ish commissioned officer I I upstanding man." ,

. Sad Sacks ,of World War II j ji' Worse still, civilians began as an economy measure the De- from the privates, it is desired I
would hardly recognize the Beau! flocking to army surplus storesto fense Department recently stan-J i that some badges of distinction I II
:: .' Brummels being turned out to- replinish their wardrobes with I dardized certain basic clothing, I I I'be' immediately provided. He 1 1i I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune I Ii

:.:, day by their old supply serg the same durable, inexpensive including cotton khakis, for all :{i 1 suggested cockades. i iI I i S2JSO A Year In Advance

eants. apparel for work clothes. Obviously soldiers, sailors, airmen, and J' --
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. neither the soldiernor marines. and other insignia Significant innovations puntuate -
career Badges
,: Back in wartime, the soldier j' the subsequent history of the I FREE PAINTOne J
recruit could take emperish- identify the men's respec-
drew 66- items, from cotton SkIV-; United States uniform. Soldiers
able in uniform tive branches of service.. of choice !
) pride a adaptedso extra gallon your .
i-- vies to steel helmet, which cost ;first wore campaign dress in the I
;: Uncle Sam ,about $105, the National casually to menial purposes. with each al1ol' you buy *
: Curously, distinctive dress for i' Mexican War were introduced to
r.: Geographic Society S y.1 time The to Army spruce felt up GI it haberdashery was high- men under arms is a fairly re I'. Khaki, a color contrived by In- Mary Carter Paint Store i

p Apparel came in two cent concept-despite the diar based British who .
never a matter of finicky ] ages- I I dipped Alao 'V at looping Outer I
olive drab and suntan. It was i! ,
old institution of organized war- t their campaign whites in muddy
in combat. Olive drab,
, .'. a barracks joke that GI clothes concern fare. !I,1 I
'- I j water to make themselves less PAL PARKER'S. INC. .
which had been selected
:. also came in two sizes: too big I
a good color for camouflage, :conspIcious as targets. Automotive Specialty Center
and too small. I The household troops of:,* I I I
t., ...' The present-day enlisted man was not becoming to most men. I France's King Louis XIV (1638-I I]j The appeal and importance of j: PARTS AND LABOR ,
receives 65 items of personal'K The short-waisted Eisenhower 1715) are believed to have worn the military uniform were aptly I' FORDClIRVIlOL.ETPt.YMONTnOTHERS I
jacket had served well, in the first truly military uniform, summed by Britain's legend- II glftJKS I
war-I up
clothing worth some $150, I 540. Mason Ave.. Daytona ,
like time as part of the field designed to mark them as a ary desert fighter, T. E. Law- !
including special equipment
'r." I but_ wasn't appropriate for sun-J unit. It was a single breasted(I I'1 __ .- --- f
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'L :.". provides him with a hand- i i day-best So began, offduty reform wear., a frock coat with turned-up cuffs. ]! The Fire insumoce policies we write still give the I I
Not two of the i
uniform of surprisingly,
some army- p.aJnstak-1
ing process. At one : same, dependable protection but today you can enjoy
and a short.sleeved tan oldest military uniforms, still :I
green additional benefits through in a "Home.I
Army Uniform Board, was experimenting : coverage I
worn are now wildly :]I
shirt for summer. with 31 different I impractical. ; owners, Policy" at very little cost.
One is the red I
. Casuals and Formals colors, including three shades of gaudy yellow, I Remember. H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
and blue of the Vatican's Swiss I
.. Accessories-shoes,. socks, belt, gray, five of blue, 16 of green, Guards. The other is the scarlet- i I take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone
tie-are now black, not tan or one of taupe, one of pink and ( ID 7-3361 or stop in soon for ,full details.
it. nd-red Tudor garb that sets off
brown. green. -the Yeomen Warders in the H. T. COOK AGENCY Ii
: : If so inclined, the GI may buy Tower of London. grim- I Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida ;i
knee length, Bermuda style New Style Passed Test gray
Colonial America borrowed its 'a------- -_
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:z wear on the post, and fancy called army-green was finally solder styles from England, and

. dress blues or whites for formal chosen, and the new GI uniformwas they looked perfectly splendidon
ccasions-all with. the supply designed by one of the paper. In truth, provincial I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
sergeant's blessing country's most distinguished militia mostly wore the simple! II

, Soldiers' uniforms are dressier clothiers. Troops of the Third garb of woodsmen and farmers; I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Dhector _

t. than at any time since the first !I'Infantry Regiment, stationed in the Revolutionary soldier wore i : JOHN HARDIN. Associate
anything he could his hands 'j
*" World War. But changes have the Washington area,. were put get I : AIR OXYGEN
* not been ,made in sartorial !I into the uniforms as a test. Next, on. It has been said, that the CONDITIONED'CHAPEL1 LADY :
official uniform at t I I EQUIPPED :1
Valley Forgewas
: whImsey. The hard-rock reason I I GI's all over the world were I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES :
;i- is to enhance pride in uniform given a chance to try It. Their rags.
I". thus morale. verdict: A winner.Army.green George Washington's first order f Ii
uniforms Phone ID 7-3532
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To The Voters of . .
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Flagler County:

Naturally. May is Florida's month of special Springtime splendor.

I have qualified as a candidate for member of Excitingly beaut flowers wreath the Sunshine State in a garland

the Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County of brilliant colors. Overhead, the skies are bluer-than-ever...

from District No. 5. . .1 and the star-studded nights seem filled with enchantment. Even

the fish are at their fightin'est. This year, join the ever-growing
I am a college graduate and have had more than :
You'll discover
. throngs who stay and play through May. .
30 of teaching experience, 16 years of whichwas .
years that Florida offers much more. ..for much less!

in Bunnell High School. ': .. ,

- ': :. Stay through May ..and you may stay e ,
If nominated and elected, I will continue 'to work .. for good. We'd love to have you. ; '

for the best interest of Flagler County. School ai' -
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taining fungicides, and eats cereals I of the Air Force Circulation Laboratory melts and 'is forced to the sur. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I
Serves Man FLAGLER
J I I that would never fertlIl.1 at Bedford, Mass., recently 'I I.face! by compressed air. IN CHANCERY NO. 4441

reached his table but for found that a three-mile-thick SIEGFRIED' A. BUDRICK.Plaintiff, 'I
From Crib To Grave .Elsewhere, sulfur asa '
I I zers made with sulfuric acid. layer of sulfur-containing particles appears vs
I I by-product of smelting. BLANCHE BUDRICK
The recent discovery of a layer]J I For his coffee, he may, take sugar I exists about 11 miles above copper Defendant. -
Sulfur dixoide was once regarded
of sulfur ,in the earth's atmosphere j I refined with the help of sul- j the earth's surface. The sulfur I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
as a noxious material resulting
comes as no surprise tot I fur, and cream from a cow ;was detected by studies in electron BLANCHE BUDRICK_
from the conversion of 53 London Street
anyone familiar with the ele- |,l which, like every ,other living i microscopes of air samples pyrite Lowell. MassachusettsYou
into pure copper. But copper are hereby notified that a
merits I I thing, requires sulfur to survive. J!collected by high-altitude bal suit has been filed against you In
I loons. :The air particles turned producers eventually the above entitled cause: and you

In one way or another, sulfur Climbing into his car, he ( that sulfur dixoide could be are hereby required to file your answer '.f
out to have sulfur as their principal with the Clerk of this Court
gets into almost everything, the starts the motor with a storage turned into sulfuric acid, a sideline and to serve a copy thereof upon

r National Geographic Society -ntafning sulfuric acid. ingredient. which at times became almost the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney.is; 1

says. I I A spark ignites gasoline, refined Serves As Economic Barometer as profitable as the copper RAY SELDEN
.I n.1 I by sulfuric acid; the wheels turn : On earth, sulfuric add, the itself. Daytona Building Beach Floridanot I
The average man's body later than May 3. A. D. 1962.
sulfur-vulcanized rubber.
on j king of chemicals, has, so many If you fail to do so. decree pro I
I sulfur -
tains A natural of
about one.quarter of one I source pure confesso will be entered againstyou I
I He works in a building that *[:uses that some economists con found soldiersof for the relief demanded in the
per cent sulfur.] He wakes to the I was by the
sulfur made possible-from the !:sider its consumption a valuable bill of complaint. The nature of I
thinkle of an alarm dock whose Cortes, who needed it to make said suit being for divorce.
explosives that dug the founda-economic barometer, the National WITNESS my hand and seal of I
steel was "pickled" in sulfuric gunpowder for the conquest said Court
this 28th day of March
tion drop paint Geographic notes.
A. D. 1962.Official .
t acid, a compound second only Mexico. They lowered them j
the interior walls. 1950's demand for sulfur ( Seal)
: i early !
to water in industrial use. He |I selves into the smoking centerof E. A. SMYTHE I
1 From crib to casket, man livesin was "so great that prices rose Clerk of said Circuit Court
washes with with the volcano Popocatepetl and r
soap processed Julia
By Harvey
;( the help of a surfuric acid, and I[ a world of surfur-made things. I sharply. Discovery of new supplies scooped up the sulfur in baskets. Deputy Clerk !I

Even in death, sulfur may follow in Mexico has since given April 5-U-19-26-4tc i iI
i puts on clothes bleached by sulfur I
L. him. Known as brimstone the world ample quantities of NOTICE OP BIDS IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE. !
dixoide with
or dyed sulfur Notice is hereby given that the SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN i
compounds. to Biblical writers, sulfur is the pure sulfur.In East Flagler Mosquito Control Dis- AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- "

f I classic fuel of hell.I the Gulf of Mexico area, trict of Flagler Beach. Florida.. will TV, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY j !
accept sealed bids at theoffice located NO. 4435.
J t 12Sulfur Protects Food Plants I But sulfur: is also a,.constitu- sulfur is obtained 'by forcing super 7 miles north of' Flagler MILDRED. STALLINGS. !i

He drinks orange Juice from I ent of the heavens. Dr. Chris- heated water into deposits Beach until 6:00 on Highway P.M. on April AlA up 16th.to 1962.or and. vs. Plaintiff. I

trees protected by sulfur.con. tian E. Junge and his associates I around salt domes. The sulfur postmarked prior to that date FLOYD D. STALLINGS. ,
:; and time for the following. for Defendant.: t;
fiscal year ending September> 30th. NOTICE !
Furnish approximately 10,000 gallons OF FLORIDA: I
of No. 2 Fuel Oil to be delivered TOFloyd D. Stalllngs.
I to the District's storage Whose address and place I
,.M. CS.u....AT.Mr..v.mo'..AL CMIMICAL.. ILAN OIECTN.AND CAUTtOH Biro*! U.E.Vrffffffff tank in Flagler Beach. Florida. in I of residence are unknown. !I II
r quantities suitable for the capacityof 1 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I
storage tanks which is approxi- I that a Bill of Complaint has been
mately 6500 gallons. Quotations to !filed against you in the Circuit .
*r "-V' be based on 60 degree F. Temp. :Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit I
I r* ?9te* ,>*' -. \ Furnish approximately 2 000 gallons 1 of Florida. in and for Flagler \
*?r f ':;\ Gasoline to be delivered to the I County in Chancery by MILDRED \1
District's Headquarters in Flagler nature of said
.' "< .;'t< i Beach. Florida in quantities for suit Is a Bill for Divorce. You are
+ -j; * v-vr j storage tank facilities. Bidder to I hereby required to file personally
I '- .. v furnish storage tank of 500 gallon or by attorney with the Clerk of
+ ;* i*\ j- + \< vv -KV capacity with dispensing pump and said Court your written defenses,
%*;/*> ,i,, ,y, s meter. if any you have to said Complaintand
I Furnish approximately 2.000 gal- to serve same upon the under-
: lons of L. P. Gas. delivered to the signed attorney for Plaintif on or
District's Headquarters in Flagler I before the 26th day of April .A. D.
I Beach. Florida. Bidder to furnish 1962. to-wit:
storage tank and dispensing pump GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE
H with meter. Attorneys at' Law
Bids will be opened at the officeon 233 North Causeway
Wednesday. April 18th. 196%. New Smyrna Beach. Florida.
7:30 P.M.Successful. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is
H-J- bidders will be notified hereby designated as the newspaper
following the District's tabulation in which this Notice shall be pub-
I of bids. lished once a week for four (4)
The District reserves the rightto consecutive weeks. _
reject any and all bids and to WITNESS my hand and official
waive any informalities In bidding. seal at Bunnell. Flagler County
EAST FLAGLER. MOSQUITO Florida this 22nd day of March.
CONTROL DISTRICT A. D. 1962.Official .
1 Lyman I* Gage. Secretary. ( Seal)
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March 29 & April 5-12-3tc EMIL A. SMYTHE.
j Clerk of Circuit Court
FLORIDA., IN PROBATE. Bys/ 'V. M. Gillespie .
: + CASE NO. 6OO Attorney for Plaintiff
) IN RE: Estate of By Julia R. Harvey":
:iTi LEWIS J. March ,29 & April12ui'itcr:: :
r : :4 SLAUGH.Deceased..
creditors of the estate of ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
, hereby notified and required to file FLORIDA.., IN CHANCERY. CASE
any claims or demands which they NO. 4433
;: may have against said estate in IN RE: The :Matter of Adoptionof
)# the office of the County Judge of ANNIE LEE WRIGHT. a minor -
j; Flagler County, Florida, in the by Robert Fennell.and Men-
: courthouse at Bunnell Florida. tory Fennell.
: _ within six calendar months from NOTICETO
the date of the first publication of : OSSIE BELLE *GREEN
4 this notice. Each claim or demand Whereabouts unknown.
k .. ; e 4* must be in writing and must state JAMES WRIGHT
t I ... the place of residence and post- Whereabouts unknown.
.. office address of the claimant and District Director State Welfare.
tK must be sworn to by the claimant. Board
. . his agent. or his attorney or it P. O. Box 989Jacksonville y
> will become void according to law. Florida
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t K ;7 : :: .4 .. .' lJt Dated this 19th day of March YOU ARE HEBEBY NOTIFIED

. . 1962. that the above named Petitioners.
: Miriam S. Slaugh. Executrixof Robert Fennell and Mentory Fen
the Estate of Lewis J. nell. have filed a petition in the
7 Slaugh. deceased. above-styled court for the adoptionof
4 : First publication: March 22nd. the minor child named therein
: 1962.March and you are required to show
,s J 22-29 & April 5-12-4te cause why the same should not be
. 1 granted by serving a copy of your
\ 1 IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF written defenses, if any, upon
;:. r FLAGLER W. L.
: : COUNTY. FLORIDA. Wadsworth. Attorney for Pe
-t ..- IN CHANCERY NO. 4436 titioners P. O. Box 396 Bunnell.
t :4 : KENNETH. G. VOGEL. Florida and by filing the original
t4; Plaintiff thereof with the Clerk of said
\ 1: vs. Court; otherwise a decree may be
4 .- ANN MAE VOGEL.Defendant. entered against you granting said
I : I ,NOTICE TO DEFEND WITNESS my hand and the seal
t' : ,' .. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: of said court at Bunnell Florida,
Ann Mae Vogel this 14th day of March. 1962.
; I 87 Mathiason Place (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
t Matawan. New Jersey Clerk of the Circuit Court
: : '' You are hereby notified that a of Flagler County, Florida
.'-' :... ... suit has been filed against you In March 22-29 & April 6-12-Itc
\ the above entitled cause; and you
[ 1 \ >\ : + \ are hereby required to file your an- fcN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
: '\. swer with the Clerk of this Court. SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
' and to serve a copy thereof upon IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney TY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
whose name and address Is: NO. 4432.DEWEY .

i : Selden Ray Selden Building SASSER. Plaintiff.
turns insects
potato right up Daytona Beach. Floridanot viELIZABETH
later than April 26th A.D. 1962. JUNE SASSER.
If you fall to do so. decree pro Defendant.
.- confesso will be entered against NOTICE

Flat on their backs! Phosphamidon kills feeding of the natural predators that live, on I I bill you for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of IN FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATE OF

beetles the said suit being for divorce. TO: Elizabeth June Sasser.
: Colorado potato (even ,resistant harmful insects can continue. WITNESS hand
my and seal of Whose address and place of

;: ones) on contact-as well as flea beetles, leaf Some insecticides get all of the insects some .A.said D.Court 1962.Official this 22nd day of March YOU residence ARE HEREBY are unknown.NOTIFIED

;' hoppers and'all four kinds of aphid that of the time. Others get some of the insects all ( Seal) that a Bill of Complaint has been
E. A. SMYTHEI filed against you in the Circuit
.: attack potatoes. of'the time. But why complicate your spray Clerk of said Circuit Court Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -

: Phosphamidon also the sucking and ...when By Julia R. Harvey of Florida. in and for Flagler
I .. ' gets program Phosphamidon turns the Deputy Clerk County in Chancery by DEWEY

: ,> .chewing'insects that move in later. That's bepeSkiest potato pests right side up? March 29 & April 6-1-19--4tc suit SASSER.is a Bill The for nature Divorce.of the You said are

: cause it doesn't kill by contact alone (though IN IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT hereby required to file personally
AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- or by attorney with the Clerk of
p J- its contact kill is spectacular). It's absorbed Helping the World Grow Better CA TY E FLORIDA.NO.- IN PROBATE said Court your written defenses.
If any. to said Complaint and to
:' the and the entire IN RE Estate
by foliage penetrates upper :- : of serve same upon the undersigned

of the plant system. Result: a *'remotecontrol" LEWIS J. SLAUGH.Deceased. attorney for Plaintiff on or before
, part the 12th day of April. A. D. 1962,
: kill that insects other ( NOTICE OF PROBATE to-wit:
! gets sprays ORTHO
: .
'r miss-even those hidden away in a tightly IN CEDENT THE: ESTATE OF SAID DE. Attorneys at Law
233 North
t .. : j" curled leaf. You are hereby notified that a New Smyrna Causeway Beach. Florida.
: written instrument purporting to THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is
:: ; Another benefit-Phosphanudon is rapidly be the last will and testament of hereby de.lgnted as the newspaper

J : absorbed the and has a low vola- said decedent haa been admitted to In which this Notice shall be pub-
.' : by plants, : { probate In this court. You are lished once a week for four (4)
: .. ': : tility.As a result work rsCanenei fields hereby commanded within six calendar consecutive weeks.
) I :; ,
t :; Phosphamidon months from the date of the WITNESS mv hAnd and official
4t!, ,within a few hours. And the migration and : first publication of this notice to seal at Bunnell.t Flagler County.
apnear in the County Judge's Court
v Florldathia 'tn day of
.'!... : -L." .' and show cause If any you can .A.D. U&2* March
; why the action of this court in admitting EMIt A. PMYTHE
: \E $.' CAUFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DMSIONP.O.Box7067_. Orlando, Florida. , said will to nrobate should Clerk of Circuit Court.

,'.. ._- not stand unrevoked.IS By Julia R. Harvey .
..,-. "' / T. K. MCKNIGHT "
l., 'ifr..,.. : Deputy Clerk. -
A ... .. :- County Judtre GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE
** .
: } First publication: March 22nd By \-V. M. Gillespie ,
1962_ Attorney for Plaintiff. _
r March 22:29 & April -12-Itc March 15-22-29 & April 5-:Itc1"



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PAGE TEN. ,THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLOfejDAv--I :: __ Thursday, April f 5, 1962

,., . .' 1
[' > < " -
:Reports Cases Of GEMS (OF THOUGHTWithout I '
: :Jlagle &ac YIP-P-P-EE !
the idea of progresslife '.- '

'Small Claims CourtSmall is a corrupting marsh-H. G. ,,' : '- ., .
Continued From Page 4WOMAN.S Wells. .
Claims Court Judge
Taking a new step, uttering' : .
Jones said two new cases were CLUB .
a new word, is what people fear /
on the docket for Wednesday The Woman's 'Club will holda most.DostoevskLThe I

morning's session. These cases business meeting at the clubhouse world hates change, yet PLAV I II
continued until the next
were on Wednesday, April slat,
it is the only thing that has
session of the court which will
at 2 P.M.New .
< brought progress.-Charles F.
t be on Wednesday morning, April officers will be elected Kettering. 4r9ALLI )

:18.Four at this meeting. They will also :
other cases which had have dish towel shower for .-
'. ;been continued from the last the clubhouse. All members are %

session were also continued, to requested to bring or send a Poetry is the journal of a sea ; }

/the April 18th session. dish' towel to the club. .animal living on land, wantingto .

Small Claims Court is held Hostesses for the meeting will fly the air.-Carl Sandburg.A .

,L each two weeks on Wednesday. be Misses Flora and Emily Gage poet is, before anythingelse

The session of the court is held and Mrs. Ray Lehr. All members a person who is passionately

" :in the county commissioners' are urged to attend this in love with language.-W.H.
; loom at the court house. Auden. '
Mind is not necessarily dependent -

, SALUKI IS A FAST DOG HUMMAGE SALE upon educational pro-

f I cesses. It possesses of itself all
The Woman's Club will holda
The saluki, a slim dog of the l
( beauty and poetry, and the
' Near East, is thought to be the rummage sale at the Bass 1
a- living representative of the first Sing Oil Station in Bunnell. Mrs:I I power of expressing them.-
' H. G. Heydt is chairman and Mary Baker Eddy.
dog trained for hunting by man.
the veil from the
1 Poetry lifts
i Easily running at speeds up to serving with her are: Mrs. K. N. hidden of the world.- '
: 40 miles an hour, it can tire a Givens, Mrs. Albert Jungling, ri
r Mrs. Sam Novick, Mrs. Clarence Shelley. .

r gazelle Shultz and Mrs. Arthur Paquin. People are exasperated by ..--.J"J"- -..J".."........J"..rl'J".................w.."'..............-.-.-.........-.....-.J'a
poetry which they do not understand r.-
and of -
contemptuous poetry -
CLASSIFIED.t' Church services are now being I I which they understand with.

held, 11the new Methodist ,out effort T. S. Eliott AMBULANCE .
S. I I Poetry is the spontaneous PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
t' Church building on DaytonaAve.
ADS overflow"of it ,
between 21st and 22nd powerful feelings: SERVICE
takes its origin from emotion AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Jo' Streets. Rev., Reynold N. Hooveris \
[rLlstlnc under this heading are
: ;3 cents per, word each ln ertl n. the minister and church recollected in tranquility Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
' 75 cent I* minimum charge. Woodsworth.
t"; school time is 9:30 A.M. Church I I I are always at your service with promptness safety and
TOR RENT .Unfurnished 2 bedroom time is 10:30. I

k' duplex apartment. Mrs. The Men's Club will meet in I MISNAMED BIRD experience.Equipped.
. I
' Wray, ID 73304. 4.5-itc the new building Monday, April The nighthawk, giving its With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

9th, at 7:30 P.M. i nasal, cry as It swirls over cities, I
FOR SALE-2 lots in Bunnell at
i The WSCS will meet in the I is misnamed bird.
t: a thoroughly Garcia Funeral Home
the comer of Howe and 'Fig
L4y.', new building Thursday, April I It is not a hawk at all, but a
Streets. See Joe White, phone
k 12th. at 9:30 A. M. Mrs. Inez I member of the bird family P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director, I
" ID 73688. March 29-2tc .
Crenshaw and Mrs. Zeke Chaffeeare called goat-suckers. And none LADY ASSISTANT
r :FOR SALEfour room houses hostesses. i of the family sucks goats.
., can be placed on your mortgage -
bee lots with nothing down and I

t, monthly payments. For further. I
where find the
t, 2normation call Glenn Miller, ( you'll

. .Restaurant, Phone HE 9-2130, or nicest ways to get away!) -

f" home' HE 92269. Mar 29-2tc You won't find a vacation- ,I

f' :FOB SALE-Flagler Beach cor- brighteningvarietylikethisanyk .;,.
where else. And that
ner lots, 100 x 150 on Daytona now spring
and Central Ave.; southeast cor- has sprung, the buys are just as II
:: - tempting as the weather. Your
ner, cash or $300 down, '
'', : J choice of 11 new-size Chevy II E r
.$20 a month (if on terms). I

'.:: :Mrs: ,Frances Kraus, 20 Ohio St., I, models. Fourteen spacious, NEW BEL AIR 4-DOOR STATION WAGON KduringyourChev 1

r fe!| Joliet: Illinois. 3.26-6 times And spirited a nifty Jet-smooth, nimble Chevrolets.crew of Jet-smoothie that rides just right loaded or light- ,'f.,;"! )

'FOR SALE-Coke box, meat N 0 W rear-engine Corvairs. Three with 97.5-cu.-St. cargo cave and Full Coil suspension.; :" ,: \

t, kale; 35 ton garage shop press. complete lines of cars-and we rr.i.rr..r.r..r....................r..rr.r..r.rrrrr.... :': '
Phone ID 7.3664, Bunnell. mean complete-to cover just ,."' \

(. :March 22 Tf about any kind of going yon :

,, : could have in mind. And an ,.., '., < \
'HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, VIMANDSITCMYS? under one roof, too! You just F' .....+ 5 1
large ''living, dining area, carport won't find better pickings size, I

t, and .utility room, CBS ont sizzle and savings anywhere I
i 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South under the sun.And you couldn't 4' I ...

:\,:; Forsyth Street 1-25-tf pick a better time than now- .;,....... ' .
f," ASEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable ' ATYOUR CHEVROLET DEALER. roletdealer's Fun From snappy interiors to sure-footed seal, this one's

I. rates. George Jarosz, phone and Sun Days. got the gift oJma.king'B1JOTl of most any trip.
:JTO 73410. 11.2 to '4.26.tp

i 4i 1FOB RENT OR Sl\LE-3 bed-' .

; iroora house at north end of Pal. 1 .
! snetto, Flagler Beach on boat

+a j canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional .
t value, beautiful interior -

It',. and exterior $90.00 per jl

' unonth for September 1 occupancy -

1, [ Contact present rentersor ,. -- <

or Alexander Lumber Co., Day-I

_; V 4ona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF
f::,"3 - Ocean, front housekeeping !apartments -

1 and 2 bedrooms compete -
a:. with linens and all utilities.

: Sun deck, fishing, swimming,

lit+ loafing. Day week or month:
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.

. HE 9.2082 7-6tf .
H.\ :.'. .

".! .. 'Paid Political Adv. :f .... ;
'WANTED: 1000 votes for Her- .

'..., \ 'schel King_on May 8th. School .,. NEW CHEVY H NOVA STATION WAGON 1
Board .Member: District No. 1.]I "Here's
that sells at
a wagon a compact
t:"Countyschools: I price, yet totes in a big way with a longer I
t: ' Paid Political Adv.; ,, load floor than any co7lpact-orer 9 ft. . -
r with second seat and down. -.
_ _ _ 1 "
z.'I .
w.-'" Seethe new Chevrolet II Corrair Chevrolet dealer's Shopping Center.. :
: Chevy and atyour One-Stop
, :i'r LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT au. .- . ,00, ..------.----.----. ,.. ...... ... .- .. .. ..... "' .- "....

' "See urn for your real estate aeedf ._ .
, f -.,. ..
,r fo-< Residence Phones ID. 7-2691 .t ; "



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