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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 1, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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VOLUME, 50, NO. 4 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR _

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*?:Second Phase of I Shelton Brooks I B&PWWomen I Park Advisory J, Another Step Is


I Named President Boards Elect i
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Fallout Shelter Plan Organizing Made Toward

Bunnell of 'P.-T. A. Officers Saturday |

/ New Club HereA I
Program Begun Shelton Brooks was elected I Advisory Boards of the Bulow County Industry

I president of the Bunnell Parent- t Ruins Park and the Flagler :
,/ The second half of the first Teacher, Association at a meet- meeting of a group of womI :Beach State Park met in the pavilion \ Wallace} Jones of the Florida

phase oT the public fallout ing Thursday night. Elected to{,;en interested in organizing a I at Bulow Ruins Saturday]I II Industrial Development Board at
,shelter survey was started Tuesday serve with him were: Mrs: Leona I Business and Professional Wom- I,afternoon. State' director of the Tallahassee met with the Flag
morning in Flagler county Eisenbach, as vice president; en's Club in Bunnell met Tues I Florida Board of Parks and Historic I ler Committee of 100 for a mem-

with W. R. Gormon and Associates -, Betty White, secretary, and Betty day evening at the Bunnell 1lemorialsValter A. Cold. bership dinner meeting at Cobbs
of Daytona Beach making Steflik as treasurer, Community Center for a pre-I I well, met with the group in a.Corner Tuesday evening.

< the survey. Contracts were negotiated John Cannon, guidance counselor :i organizational 'meeting. -I I joint session. r I II' j! In speaking to the group, Mr.

for the survey by the I IU. for Flagler; county schools, Meeting with the group were I I :Mr. Coldwell discussed the;'I Jones outlined what he con-
"- ", S. Corps of Engineers in'I and Mrs. Doretha Foster, guidance :Miss Alice Suhre of New Smyrna I I I improvements for the parks and 1 1I !'sidered the most important and

Jacksonville.E. I counselor for the Junior Beach and Lois Walker, president i(I plans for the future development I|essential things for the commit-

T. Torrence and Carl Gerken j College in Daytona Beach, gave of the Ormond Beach Club. of the parks. !E I tee to accomplish in preparation!
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;" of Gormons met at the court-I}a very interesting program concerning I I Also meeting with the group Prior to the joint meeting,j 1 I for industrial development in
rs .' house Tuesday with .Civil Defense their work. were five members of the Or- each board met for election ofi, Flagler County. He stressed,

.: Director Raymond Smith, Mrs. Dallis Gordon, chairman mond Beach and ,New Smyrna officers and other business. Mrs. among other things, that community _
,.. John Cannon. and Cliff McGrifL f of the Room Representatives,I I Beach Clubs.Prospective. Charles Creal was elected chair- attiude is. an important
l" Phase 1A" of this survey was I I said, she would like to express members of the man of the Bulow Ruins Park factor.
recently made which was to locate her thanks to all those who I,Bunnell Club present were: Board and, Mrs. H. T. Cook was
I I II Following his talk, Mr. Jones
buildings in the county that with the refreshments elected
helped Gwyn McGriff, who was named secretary. '
4- I I II I I Ii I showed a film, "Florida Profile
have possibilites as fallout evening. I George Moody, Sr., was reelected -
Tuesday i temporary chairman, and Frances of Progress," to 35 members and
k.- j. shelters., The present phase of I Edmonson, secretary. Margaret ., to serve as chairmanand i i guests who attended.
the work includes inspection of I I Knight, Shirley Chambers, i Mrs, Marie Breede as sec j t
Bob Miles industrial
Gator Band manager
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., these ,buildings by the engineers | at I I Nancy Rodgers,. Carolyn Mercer, : retary of the Flagler Beach Park j jJ I of the Daytona Beach
to determine what possibilities! I j and Rosemary Brown. Five others ,J Others attending the meetings i ij
j I I Chamber of Commerce, spoke to
L I, there may be for conversion to I School Gym II I expressing a desire to belong j:j included D. D. Moody. Lyman the group on problems which

.' shelters. I but had previous commitments :,[Gage, E. H. Threadgill, H. T. |I arise in the field of industrial
-'. Buildings being inspected now Viola i I Cook, Lee Drasba, Mike Sullivan i
Here TuesdayThe j for the same evening were: j[ development and offered suggestions
L I include the. Flagler Beach Ho- I j i i Tonkin, Marie Muzyka, Virginia :I j Michael Murray, Harold I I for solving them. /
Lehigh Portland Cement I JMassie, James Ebert, Mrs. Gertrude -
r tel Gator Symphonic Band Sullivan, Julia Harvey, i : Noel Cobb, son of Mr. and
Company plant, Flagler county I from the University of Florida f 1 and Eula Fuller. j I Winslow. Francis H. Greer, I:Mrs. Richard Cobb of Cobbs Cor-
f courthouse, Bunnell city hall will perform here in the Bunnell I supt. of Tomoka State Park and ]
I I The Club set February 15 as I :ner, presented a gavel to the
building, and Marine Studios. High School gymnasium, Febru* organization meeting date. This i Mrs. John Durrance, supt of Bu- j|:committee. Noel, who is a junior

r .... The firm will' use previously ary 6, at 10 A. M. I I meeting will be held at the'Bun low Ruins, were also present. i high school student, fashioned
r'. ; prepared maps showing buildings The concert will be sponsored I' nell Community Center at 8 0'-1 I the gavel by using nine*,-.pieces '
:': known to be physicallyt by the Bunnell High School clock. Mrs. Walker and State I Businessmens Club of wood. He also constructed a
large enough to accommodate Band, and is open to the pub I Membership Chairman Beatrice I .chest for the gavel' and a gavel
Itl 50 or more people. They will lic. High school and upper elementary Freede will be present. Promotes County !I pad.

p": .. "H-.:. ask permission! of owners, to al;.J 1. students from Bunnell Jand J _Thoseinterested in becoming], James Ebert, president of the
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9...., low-ehginfeeRT' tf Inspect: theirsbuildings j I If :FIagIer-Beacfi -schools,-,-will t -
I a member of the club may contact Publicity -j jI Tfagler Committee of 100, accepted .'
and to. determine whatt get the unusual opportunity, for J I Mrs. McGrifffor further information IWith the gavel and expressed
fallout protection they offer. the first time, to hear a univers- j month the Bunnell Busi- 'I the committee's thanks and appreciation
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._ From this visual inspection the ity band in performance in their j I I'[nessmen's Association answeredthe I[ for the gift. '
t engineers will report on which own school surroundings.This jl I following letters of inquiry I I
buildings are acceptable as fall- widely known concert I i about this area:.
.. out shelters. unit is made up of students;I Service For -- *25 r- >p -E3HsBM6r
t is Paula Ann Miles, Pcmpano I Ir
shelter
Before a public from Florida's oldest and largest I Flagler Shriners
a written .consent of educational institution, located r Beach, Florida; Catherine Lai- !
I I I Leroy Buckles and McCall of{I II
i minger Sherry
t'il'marked the owners or managers must in Gainesville. Personnel in the i I
I Pierce Florida Man-1 J Elect
I be obtained. \ band are representatives of the I Fort ; Judy I OfficersThe
1 Held gold Largo, Florida; Patricia F
university as a whole, and in- WednesdayGraveside j
1 Hifdman, Burt, Iowa Juanita I
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clude future scientists, mathematicians Flagler County Shrine
Marie E. Boyd engineers, teachers, and funeral services for de Vette, Florida State University Club met in St. Augustine Friday I
' I / Tallahassee, Florida
lawyers as well as music ma- J LeRoy: Buckles were held at the Rabhan, Savannah,; 1unI'da evening with the St. Augus-
jors. Espanola Cemetery at 11 o'clock tine Club for a joint dinner
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Dies 96Mrs. Paul Alva Florida. This,?
Conrod, ,
at Age
t Performing with the. Gator Wednesday morning. Rev. W. L. meeting and installation of of-
information for school proj
Band will be a graduate of Bun- I Spicer, Jr., pastor of the Bun- was i ficers.
:Marie EVelyn Boyd, 96, nell High School and now a nell Methodist Church, officiated.A ects. I Levi L. Brannam was elected
, '. Flagler Beach, the daughter of sophomore at the University of I military service was conducted Others answered were: Bill f president of the Bunnell Club
West North Vernon, Ind., for
Florian A. Mann, founder of the Florida, Miss Jo Ann Morris. Jo at the grave. I in-I for the year but due to illness
I I formation about schools, real
.,'r \ Halifax Journal, the ancestor of Ann played seven years with Mr., Buckles was a life-long I was not able to attend the meet- !
tate and fishing. Mr. West wants
The News-Journal papers in Daytona The Biggest Little Band in Dixie i I resident of Flagler County and I ing. Homer Brooks 'was installedas
in Florida and in-
to settle was
J Beach, died in a nursing and entered the University on a,member of one of the pioneer first vice president and T E.
home in Daytona Beach Mon a music work scholarship. She'I'I families of the county. He was I quqiring about this area. Holden as second vice president. f

:* :\\4ay. I is now preparing. .to become an the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.j Brochures of Bunnell were Stanley Novak was elected sec. .

'f : .;Airs Boyd had lived in the elementary teacher. George Buckles. He was 46 j I[sent to Florida Showcase, New retary _and W. C. Sullivan was :

, 1 ..-.Halifax. Area since her family Director of the group is Richard 'I 1 years of age. He owned and 'op- j{York City; Welcome Station at re-elected treasurer.
r if moved to the settlement of Daytona -, W. Bowles, whose compo- erated the Buckles Flagler Bar Pensacola,. and Highway Guides George Wickline was the out
F S in early 1883. sitions for band are widely and Package Store. I I of America. going president of the club.
t .Her father founded the Halifax played throughout the nation. Mr. Buckles passed away early I About 20 members of the local
ti' I S ,Journal February 15, 1883. Bowles was trained attheunI- Friday morning in the Flagler Lewis Long of Independence. club and their ladies attendedthe
< t S Mrs. Boyd set the type for the versities of Indiana and Wisconsin Clinic and Hospital after a brief Mo. asked about bummer employment meeting.

::F.-- a '.. :.. first edition, printed .on cloth becaUse and is a graduate of the illness. R. D. Plummer Ath

'-;t : .. .... of the lack of newsprint. Army Music School. He was a'l Survivors are his widow, Mrs. ensV.Va., inquired about Harbors
', ..' In 1899 she took over the publication highly successfu band directorin i Carol Buckles of Bunnell; one camping facilities with a small Flagler

of the Journal and continued the public schools for 12 son, George Buckles, Bunnell; a trailer. NearsCompletion
I it until 1900, when it was years before coming to the Uni- sister, Mrs. Mildred Normond of Survey
!.. sold. In, 1901 she went to Fort versity, and is former presi- DeLand. Also surviving are five 1 '
Myers to teach school. dent of the Indiana School Music [uncles, John. Buckles of Bunnell, MISS BUNNELL HIGH S

;, A few years later she movedto Association.The Clyde Buckles of Belleglade, CONTEST IS SLATEDThe D.'D. Moody said today that

I Palatka, where she marrieda . school -assembly program I Raymond Buckles of East Pa- : Tri.Hy-Y Club of Bunnell he has about reached the halfway
river boat captain. I will feature the solo work of Peter I latka and Clarence Buckles of will sponsor their Annual "Miss mark in surveying the
\ . She was instrumental in hav"ing -1 Zinober, premedical student
. San :Mateo. Bunnell High Contest" on March boundaries and placing permanent -
the statue of Chief Tomokie from St. Petersburg on baritone I Pallbearers were: Hiram .Dur- 10, members of the club said reference markers in the

erected in Tomoka State Park, horn. Mr. Zinober will play the rance, Clyde Lewis, Ralph lIa,-1 today. 320-acre marshland tract in i
and she wrote the story that the well known and difficult Arban bert, Tom Carmody, Sam Broad-i The club is inviting all clubs Flagler Beach.

late Fred Dana, :Marsh depicted variations on The Carnival of away, Mac McCabe, Everett Dur-. and organizations in the countyto He said his firm is making a
on the statue.r91S.1rvivors Venice. As a novelty encore, he rance, and Bill Durrance. sponsor a girl in this con complete topographic survey of
,include three sisters, performs "Nola"- on that most Craig Funeral Home of Bun test. A sponsoring fee of $6.00, the marshland known as Flagler
,- Mrs.: Hildegarde Henderson, Tam- ancient of wind instruments, nell was in charge of arrange' which includes the banquet and Harbors South. The work is be.

paMiss- Helen Mann, San Fran- the recorder. ments. banner expense, is being made ing .done for Flagler Harbor,
' .cIscoand, Mrs. Jane Dickinson, Other program selections in- by the club. Inc., developers of the marsh

"' Corals Gables.. clude the overture from Strauss'Die Bark on California's giant Se- _________ _(______ I land. ;
\ Mrs: Boyd had resided in Flag- Fledermaus Finlandia, and quoia .trees sometimes grows The leaning Towerof-Tisa q today -I I Mr. 1.toodyanltl that whh
ler jtBeach for the past few years seceltions from the.L'Arlesienne two feet thick:It takes repeated 'is 16 feet out>of plumb. It map is completed' It \\U\' b t

". ' before entering. the nursing Suite, as well as favorite major fires to pierce the no : tilts forward: an .averaeg of .027 livered to the htiM\ \
;. home marches'and novelty numbers.. resinous bark. of an inch each year. for tho c10Y IO1ltej'

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. ,'PAGE TWO THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, -:BUNNELL. ,'FLORID A. .'" Thursday, February.1, 1962 i" .

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ttr J. White 0' 0-1 0 RINKY DINKS GET i I second quarter and scored 8- ;: I

Medders 0 0-0 0 IN WIN COLUMN points to cool off the Rah-Rah ) '!

B. Cummins 1 0-0 '2 Nipper, Gene Cauley and Joe I I boys. David Hilsenbeck, playing < !' i!

Kelly overpowered the Collegians Ito j i the first game for the Collegians, } ,

9 4-9 22 win 32-15, Nipper, manager|I scored 6 points with Robert Cook r

'All Stars Fg'Ft. Pts of the Collegians, got hot in the II ]I Continued Page 7 '" "" .

C. Sheffield' 1 2.2 4 ---- ,:

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By Leslie Pacha I Coy Harris, 1 1-4 3. AREAUSINESSDIRECTaRY "
Pinner 3' 0.1 6 I I .1

BUNNELL GIRLS points in the first half. BeBe I J.,I. Sheme d' : 0,0-5 Q .
SCORE AT WILL I Moody and Randy ''Morris played I D. Metts'2 2.3 6 {
'' some nice defensive ball in the AIR CONDITIONING TING I I I ELECTRIC SERVICE
Bunnell girls won their fifth first half. In the second half, I .
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FLORIDA AIR PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE t
straight game and sixth of- the Oveido was in charge with 201 4I
season by defeating Taylor High and Tinsley, both CONDITIONING CO. 1 I BUNNELL, MOTOR COMPANY
Wainwright
65-24 Tuesday; January 23:- BULLDOGS PLAY .INCONFERENCE Of Daytona, Inc.. I I I RESIDENTIAL! INDUSTRIAL
scoring 16 points. OPENER AIR CONDmONING-HEATING COMMERCIAL &L MAINTENANCE ,i ;
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The girls have, been ,looking CALLHUBERT j
better every .game, and with The Bulldogs in the last;quar The St. Johns River Basketball GENERAL SHEET METAL I I PELLICER ;
Sheila Westbrook ringing the ter made one basket and eight "We're Proud of Our Work" ID '7-3301 DAY 7-3448' NIGHT
Tournament is to be held at the
330 Walker Holly Hill, OR 7-6120 1
basket in her own style lately, foul shots with Quentin Emery Florida Deaf and Blind gym t in .. I I ,

v \ the girls 'have one of the strongest making four fouls good. Quentinhas St. Augustine February 7, 8, 9, AUTO SERVICE I IMcDANIEL'S i GARDEN SHOP

+... scoringpowers.. as they have been having trouble with and :J.O. Bunnell 'will open the ,Gray's Garden Center -i

,four girls that could break loose the ball doing a little ringing. t tournament, playing against the !I Headquarter for Gardening Need -

. \ in any game and have a big Maybe he is saving it for the I D & B Dragons Wednesday, Feb Service ''Station !'I Ceramics, Gifts Materials, Dry Arrangement .J

night ringing the basket. district. Jerry Burnsed played a ruary 7, at 7 P. M. in the only STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
nice of ball handling.This t .
Sue King had 21 points, Sheila j I.. game record I game. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS .
the Bulldogs a
gave Thursday, the winner of theD Bunnell ID 77119Biddle 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' .
Townsend
Westbrook 20 Sharon ,
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of six wins and five losses. I ORMOND :; :
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14 and Barbara Weaver 8. The & B-Bulldog game will meet I I
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I Bunnell Baldwin, at 3:30'P.M. Ten teamsare Gulf Service I HARDWARE
J,f- work of the guards is in good Quentin Emery 1 4.5 6 entered'in I I
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'',.. hands with the Steflik sisters, J. Burnsed 2 ,1-1 5 Bunnell the boys will tourney.The GA5-0II-LUBRICATION I THAT FAMOUS PAINT
/ girls
\ Bev Cummins, Linda Revels and M. McMillan 7 2-6 16 open GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
theopposition's f against Taylor Friday, February9th !I Exclusively at
Lorraine Wyndham holding 2.2 7 A.1L-10 P.1.1.-1 Days
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' B. Moody 61 at 2 P.M.I '
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, scoring down. H. Kuleski 0 1-1 .will have a conference run' State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 i iI FLAGLER BEACH .
Miss Bradley has been really R. Morris 4 1.2 9 I DtMPHARDWARE
, working out the team and is t down in next week's Sports Colonial Service StationEARL i
Corner.
.: polishing them off for ,the cons 16. 11-17. 43'I E. RICE, ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I Flagler Beach HE 9.2103 JI f'I

"' ference tournament. Their: one I Oveido 'G Ft Pts WESTBROOK AND TUCKER I .l I
big obstacle a! the tournament R. Wainwright 4 ' 3.4 11 MOTOR TUNE-UP Village Hardware Center'
LEAD GIRLS TO EIGHTH WIN
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is Baldwin., I say ,that if every Holland' 3 2.4 8 GOODYEAR TIRES &' BATTERIES: .HOUSE PAINTS f

,.' girl can have confidence that Tinrsky S ,5' 2.4 12 Allida Tucker, hitting for 171 t ti U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL. Match and mix any color ,

\. they can beat Baldwin they will S. DeShenzio 1 0-0 2 i points,. the highest of her varsity I ED'S Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

do it; laking confidence, they J. Couerier 1 1-4 3 career, and Sheila Westbrook GIFTS GREETING CARDS t

will beat themselves. Swenson '*.:"0 0.0 tf racking up 16, Sharon Townsend PURE OIL STATION AlA Ormond Beach CL '20420j J:

t 10, and Barbara Weaver 8, the Specializing in Wash & Waxing

t '14 8-16 36 girls ran the score up to 5120. Batteries-Accessories H i j JEWELER
OVEIDO IS SEVENTH
\ Sheila's points gave her a 103 MINOR' REPAIRS : .
VICTORY OF THE SEASON U.s. 1 Bunnell ID 7-3138 \
Ilvry. -
record for the season. She is the I J BRENNAN Jewelers

Oveido girls dropped a game ROBBIE TUCKER IS / first ,varsity girl to go over the I BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I Diamonds-Diamond Setting j I I I!

to our local girls 56 to 27. This LEADING JV SCO =I 100 mark. Fine Jewelry and Gifts
ERG I
. was the siXth straight game our Ft Tp .Sue King, forward, who had I i\ Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus t
girls have won. Also it was one R. Giddens13 '9.18 36 97 points for the season, missed I BAR & COCKTAIL I Watches .

of the best. R.,Tucker ;*. 25 712 57 the game because of illness. I[ LOUNGE {!Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired JJ ,
r DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056 t.t
t Coach Sarita_Bt d\ey's\ ; team J.r Metts'uJ', :. :"" 10 -1-14 21 Coach Sarita Bradley made a I FROM .9. J .
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., looked very good. The team asa J T. PoUt *'v 8 2-22 18 few changes in the !ine.up.arid I SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M FURNITURE ,

whole balanced out very well. I B. McDaniel '4 6-11 14 the Bunnell girls looked very [Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach t

: I The girls handled the ball very :E. Tucker .5 .2.8' 12 I good. Those guards played a, I Ormond Bedding 'and ,

:: f well. Sheila Westbrook kept the I A., Johnston 5 1-6 11 remarkably fine game.J. I[ MILLAND BAR AND { Furniture Co. a4

girls cool and all of the girls J. Seal 4:' 3.15 11 I Home and S. Mallan had I l COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie ) Substantial Discounts on All

did their: share of scoring. C. Hodges 4 1.6 9 and 11 points for D &' B.. & Mary Shultz Props. .I I $10 BEDS Tradein-SOFAS Covers-FURNITURE Down Payment

The Oveido girls played the W. Townsend 4 0-0-8 19 G Ft Pts 1 I. PACKAGE GOODS R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

same type of ball that Baldwin Cowart 2' '0.0 4 'Westbrook 5 6.9 16;'. 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. 69 Granada Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411
uses. Our. girls really played A. Tucker 8 1-3' 17 )
Dozier 0 2-3 2 Ocean Blvd-FIn&ler Beach
good and made their shots count. Games Friday, February ;2- H. Eisenbach 0" 0.0 0 PAINTS ,
. The shared B. Weaver 5. 0.0 10 I BETH'S SEASIDE; I .
. scoring power was by A & B Boys at Crescent City. Sat.
the big four-S., Westbrook 17 urday,' February .3-Girls at BAR & GRILL {JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH 1

Sue King 14, Barbara Weaver Orange: Park. -, 22 7-14 51 FOR FINEPOOD I
11, and Sharon Townsend 10. D & B 'G Ft Pts Paints-Finishes

For the Oveido girls, Eleanor THE LITTLE, EIGHT' Duncan' ; .,0 0.2 0 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
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I ; Duda had 15, Sally Partin 7, and W L' Pet Myers 0 0.0 0 Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond
June :Mikler 5. Taylor ", .9 3. 750 J. Home '' 17.11 9 I ORange 7.0761

't'. Bunnell Fg Ft Pts Bunnell 7 5 580 S. Mallan 5 1.8 11 BUILDING SUPPLIES i

'" Sue King 5 4.8 14 Crescent City 4 4 500 I.ROOFER S

Allida Tucker 1 0-0 2 Florida :Military 4 6 400 6 8.21 20 WICKLINE EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
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; Sheila Westbrook 6 5617 Father Lopez'. 5 ,7 416 I Building Supplies Manufacturers of

" Heidi Eisenbach 1 0.0' 2 Hastings 1 6 142 BULLDOGS SPEED AND' CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile Roofing

Barbara Weaver 5' 1-1 11 D&B 17125 TEAMWORK'BEATS DRAGONSThe STEEL I| ALL TYPES OF ROOFING "t '

Sharon Townsend 5 0-0 10 I St. Joseph I 7 .125 Fast Dependable Service
.I Bunnell Bulldogs put on Flagler Beach HE 9.2254
HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
one of 'their best performancesof
23 10.15 56 ORange 7-5177, 7-1793
ZAZAS WIN GIVES THEM speed and teamwork and I BOTTLE GASHARRIS
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Oveido Ft Pts
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FIRST PLACE IN CITY LEAGUE their last quarter burst of point RESTAURANT
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S. Partin 3 1.37 BOTTLE
I scoring defeated the D & B Dragons GAS
J. Jakubicin 0 0-2 0 Buddy Taylor scored 15 pointsto 52 to 38. BOTTLE: BULK I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANTLunchesDinnersSandwiches '
' E. Duda 7 1.4 15 ,lead the Zazas to victory over FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
". Harry Kuleski had a good
R. Haynes 0 0.0 0 the All-Stars 22 to 20. The All- HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
.. night of scoring and dropped in OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
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M. Partin 0 0-0 0 Stars who were in command PHONE ID 7.3551
J. Mikler 2 1.2 5 from the beginning of the game 16 points. Quentin Emery broke Help Flagler County Grow 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
out 'of his slump and bucketed Open 6 A.& 11 P.M. at
and were leading 20 to 19 with By Shopping at Home -
14. Old ,Reliable Randy Morris
.' 12 3.1127. 30 seconds left in the game, 146 S.: Atlantic-Ormond
came through with 10.
'..,.... when Buddy Taylor looped in a CONCRETE PRODUCTS
For the Dragons, Hoy Demotte
ahead 2120. RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChicken
two pointer to go
. : } FAST START WINS had 19 and had a 9 out of 11 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I ,
fouled and
Bertha
.- WINS FOR BULLODGS I Tommy was foul shots. James Leek hit for CL 3-8113
Sandwiches and Shakes
sunk the extra point to go up
14 points. .... Sandwiches. and Pies
Bunnell Bulldogs got off to a to 2220.rrhe win gave the Zazas This game gave the Bulldogs DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's. BREAKFAST ANYTIME

quick start and pumped,in some first place in the leageu. Pinner a 7.5 record.' Concrete, Inc. Ocean Restaurant '
fast baskets to get 'into an early and :Metts had six points. The Bunnell G Ft Pts Spray

r. lead of 184. In the first quarter -, ball handling of both teams Q. Emery 6. 2.2 14J. CLEANERS AlA 1 Mile South of Pier tI

', Oveido made their 4 pointson .was, excellent._ ' Burnsed 1 0-0 2 i Used Furniture-Upholstery

-; on foul shots, and scored their I Zazas Fg Ft Pts B. Moody _1 0-0 2 BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
.. :._ first basket after ten minutes B. Taylor 6 3-5 15 :M. ?tIdUllan3:" 2-3 8 I GIVE TV STAMPS JOE WELLBORN

I{.':.... of play. 'IT. Bertha I' 1 1-2 3 H. Kuleski '",* 6 4-6 16 Oven Dally 8 t* S FurnitureUpholstery
Big Mike ,McMillan scored 12 Bertha 1 0-1 2
. R. Morris '" 4 2.6 10 Phone m 7-3188 GOOD USED FURNITURE ,

f .),, 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell New Beddln?-Mattress RenoratinxFnraltvre
':?:' "S.l Bunnell High School Basketball Schedule 1961-62 .21 10-17 52 Upfcolteri ff-Trade*
';. -' Flomfsh H l CL 8-2275
1094 Holly
. :" FrL Feb. 2 Crescent City A and B Boys There '7:00 D & B ; G Ft Pts DRUG STORES -

Sat. Feb. 3 Orange ark Girls There 7:00 D. Terry : 0 2-3 2 PUBLISHERS & PAINTERS

.Y' ; Feb. 8-9-10 Cont Tournament R. Demotte "<- 5 9-11 19 Moody's Pharmacy 1 i

- .' Tues. Feb. 13 Hastings A and B Boys .There 7:00 Ostruct ?' '"' 00-00 Flagler County. Corner Drug :!torePBESC1UP'I10NS The Flagler Tribune

' ;::- t. :. I'ri.' Feb. 16 Callahan A and B'Boys There ::1:00 J. Leek t .,. < 7 0-2 14

I \ -'Sat. :Feb. 17 Father Lopez \..and. B Boys Here 7:00 K. Renfroe 1 0-1 2 DRUGS-SUNDRIES Publishers Printers .. :

Tues. Feb. 20 Fla. tID..School A and'B Boys, Here 7:00 Kahley. .:, 0 141 FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone ID 7-3282 '
Sat. Feb. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here 7:00 '

March 1.2.3 Group Tournament' 13'12.2138 EusfieH Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 BUNNELL, FLORIDA .

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."f I Regardless of the style of root i -
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:-J 4 plant, be sure to I
system you '
} (By
Hervey Shape
. t I settle these underground parts I ->0'. !
tQcky1iOThorrov4 j
-,'**!>Plan now to prevent azalea ,with ,a good supply of water. '! ;
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Slower-spot. This beautykillingilungus"
:1 I j The planting schedule also .
: can reduce a magnificent I l
includes Toses. When planted in
display blossoms into a slimy I ? exM
t January, rose, bushes. will not,
mush almost. overnight.The .
o
I II I sprout generally: until after frost, c o I

.. first sign of the disease I dangers are past. Planted earl- I '

is small. w water-soaked spots on ier, rose sprouts may get nipped ,

the flower petals, says, Dr. Howard -. during period of low tempera t.!
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Agricultural Experiment Station.
Water newly planted.roses at '
Then, a day later, the blossoms i .i:
least once per week if rainfallis
collapse into a 'mass of slime.
short and be 'ready to spray

You can prevent the fungus.from or dust to control black spot o i .Q: ,

.. ravaging your blossoms disease as' soon as the bushes f/o'.dl'Le/ % ;

S this spring with a spray pro. sprout. .
gram. of one-half ounce of zin- I
To control this fungus that
.eb in three gallons of water. I I

Begin the spray application, shows up as black lesions on .. '., .
rose leaf margin, try one ounceof t ; -
INS' II !
when the early varieties begin -
Captan along with' a few ,/
4o show color. Repeat the zineb
drops of a wetting agent, in four
mist applications three times a gallons of water. Apply the '3.; You just can't beat SHELTON'S for that personal
Aveek.during the color season.
spray at seven-day intervals ( service, where you know you'll always be satis- .
If you are thinking about when black spot is presentIf

buying some camellias, now is fied with what you buy. If there's a dissatisfaction
you want gladioli for Easter
the time to select the varieties
Mother's Day, plant them by I it's good to know that at Shelton's they'll
,
I xyou want-while they are in ,
the 1st of February. Plant groupsof
bloom. To see the flowers at correct it regardless. Try us today, we'll prove it.
corms two weeks from
every
-their Sunday-best visit a camellia
now until. warm weather andyou'll ,
show and make a list of the \
spread flowering
varieties that strike .your fancy. your
season of the tall-stemmed bios Large Family Size HuntsCATSUP .
Then .it will be easier to make
soms. Be sure to treat the corms
up, your mind on what to buy
when visit the before planting to prevent dis 20 ,
you nursery. oz.
II eases. Treat corms by shaking g
Now is the time for plantingor them in a paper bag containing

transplanting. Here are a 1 Spergon. BottleLimit

/ few pointers to remember. There I <
Dooryard citrus should One with $5.00 Food Order
growers or more
.-.ls: a.. definite relationship\ be.
inspect trees for red spiders,
tween transplanting and prune purpole and sixspotted'mites Chase & SaribornCOFFEE .
ing roots and tops-each should
and other insects during cool, l..lb.
be done carefully. The root system 37
I dry weather. For control, the i can e
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of any plant should approximate
I standard remedy is DN -
the top in volume; sprayone' Limit One with $5.00 or_more Center Cut, Loin or Rib
teaspoon to 'a gallon of wa- .
therefore, the tops of plants Food Order '
Jer. The clerk at the garden cen- PORK "
should be reduced in the most '
ter may have a better sugges ,
cases. 65'
tion'' Royal All Flavors f

Conifers. are the exception Sulfur spray .four tablespoonsper PUDDINGS 3 for 25c CH'O'PS Ib S #

they need not be pruned., gallon of water, will kill .
rust mites and give you 'clean, .'.
I, The 'bare.rooted plants are bright fruit However if' you be. Betty, Crocker i

hardest to make live when lieve that russet fruits are CAKE MIXES 2 for 69c '

shifted to a new location. Balled sweeter -than clean*fruit, then
and burlapped plants usually
delay the spray applications until -
,. ,suffer very 'little in the trans' you arE sure that the fruits Ballantine : Buy A "Whole" Side .

planting process and it is almost have the correct amount of in BEER 6 pak 99c Firm Western f r\\ '
I impossible to have any- I plus deposit '
jury. : '
thing but a green' thumb if you Italian Rye or other winter SMOKED BACON ib. 37c

transplant a shrub from a potS six ...
, k\ temporary grasses planted Silver Flossy% can

weeks or two months ago will KRAUT ea. 19c . Plum Rose Fully Cooked ,
need a little more fertilizer now

I.. ,,- to keep growing.. Apply 10 to PORK SHOULDERS 2 Ib. can 1 69

15 pounds of fertilizer per 1,000 CANNED MEAT SALE

: Announcing square feet of. lawn.If Lykes-All. Meat

your chrysanthemums are' FRANKS 1.Ib. 'pkg..' 49c '
through blooming, then cut the Lykes 300 can

Jim Shattles and stalks at the ground level. If Corn Beef Hash 3 for $ A Bar-B-Queing Delight

the 'mums are'crowded, it's a
SPARE RIBS lb. 49c
Lykes 300 can -
good ,time to divide them and

Chlois Decker have replant.. Also, if the plants are BEEF STEW 3' for Wilson Tender Made .

stunted or show other signs of '
disease,' then replace, them with I Lykes 300 can SLICED ,HAM 5 oz. pkg.; 49c
purchased the King .
new disease-free plants. Set the. CHILI & Fresh
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replacements in a new location I BEANS .4 fors ,
Truck Stop Service that has, not been set to 'mumsin MULLET 6 Ibs. 89c

the past couple of years.FREE .

Station. .. Large FloridaCELERY : Birds Eye

r' '. Ford HookLIMAS,
1 fOe '
bwS .
stalk
50 5' 5.

..1'" ",. i... I '.:% 'c;(w I 4 for $1.00Shurfine '
OP VALUE STAMPS
Y We Invite ,Your' c-- Fresh
with $5.00 or more 4
": TURNIP ROOTS lb. 5c '
food order

and this coupon S 1IJxgMI ; .. 1 ..ORANGE JUICE
: Patronage.I S? 13 ; Fresh Texas \ 6
.... . at Shelton's Grocery ; oz. can
yr CARROTSt'lb.. bag lOc 4for69c
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MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor I Canada Dry Flavors

ro and this coupon /
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De..tetl Oaelal P.blleari.a Coupon void 2-3-62 Quantity Rights-

; far Pablle lf.tlee..f Fleeter I. Reserved "

.Ceaatr. Manlelpalltlea thereto ,

_, .and .the St.te.f FUrMa :
25 FREE .- \ .,. Prices Good
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f -.,it.,,",,, :Eatere4: .. ***+.*, claaa matte TOP VALUE STAMPS : lf'I'tMletitl Feb. 1 2 3. 1962

h..W7'..1013.at the ...t..H with the purchase of ___ '

.. .ait Baaaell. Flerlda.. ender net .f QL Krafts c SHELTON SUPERMARKET Store Hours .

.Mare s. 1ST*. I MIRACLE WHIP .

.& this coupon m Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m
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FLAGLER BEACH PTA METT1NG ,TO '
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HONOR' ROLL BE NEXT TUESDAYThe
Students receiving certificates February PTA meeting is
of award for having,been on the scheduled for 7:30 Tuesday eve- AT
Honor ,Roll for all three periods ning: February 6, in the school -,-
during the first semester were: cafetorium.The -
Third ,grade-Debra Johnson, hospitality committee, of i Flagler Food Store / ,
Sandra Abbott and-Patrick Dun. which Mrs. Roselle Britt is chair-i j

can. ,' man, will serve. Mrs. Jeanette 1 .
Fourth grade-Norman Bos- Owens, president, announcedthat I Flagler Beach'
well, Cathy Duncan, Donna Fil- Mrs. Perry Sperber, County I :. _
Kins, Debbie Lucas, Kris Martel, Council president, will be guest! PRICES, GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. Feb. 1-2-3, 1962 .
Howard McNitt, Ann Meekins, speaker. Founder's Day will be I ;j
,Deborah Missine, and Barbara observed.,
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Wilson. SELF SERVICE MEATS '.
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Sixth grade-Tommy Duncan, CHURCH .NEWS Center Cut Western Grade "A" Beef

Eleanor Shill, Linda McNab, ,. Rev. R. N. Hoover_ minister, PORK CLUB
I
Wesley; Thomas, Patty. Robbie, announced that there will be a i
Marylyn Mitchum. and Johnny pout luck dinner immediately 1 <
CHOPS 69 STEAKSIb.79
Meigs. after the morning service next I >lb.
.; In addition to this list, those Sunday and this will be followed
receiving awards for the last by the monthly official board 1; Quick Frozen Shoulder Palm River
six week period were: Third meeting. All friends are invited.I i
LAMB SLICEDBACON
grade-Pam McDaniel. Fourth The WSCS is meeting this
grade-David Anderson, Janet morning at 9:30 atthe home of *
Haines and Patricia Galloway. II Mrs. Clarence Shultz and Mrs. ROAST lb.29 lb. 49* -
Fifth grade-Kurt Yovanoff. Lucy Daly is co-hostess.
Sixth grade-Elaine Tidwell, The annual smorgarbord for ,
Joann Wilson and Ben Cannon.Mr. the WSCS is to be next Thurs- Shoulder Home Made
I daly evening, February 9th" in il LAMB PURE PORKSAUSAGE
'and Mrs. A. '0. Bradleywere the Woman Club building. Tickets I
business visitors in Ocala are now on 'sale. *

Tuesday. FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB I CHOPSIb.49c ? 49 .

Spending Friday here visiting i ,The social meeting of the I
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with Mrs. Agnes Lee Were Miss Flagler Beach Woman's Club '
6 Maxwell House .
Mary Furrer, Mrs. Arline.Norris was held Wednesday with an oz. Vegetable ShorteningBAKERITE
and son Rusty from Daytona attendance of 54 members and INSTANT I
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Beach. guests Hostesses were Mrs.Clarence .
,
Shultz and Mrs. Inez
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns from Crenshaw. COFFEE
Orlando visited here Sunday Highlighting the afternoonwas -:
with his mother, Mrs. Amelia the Interior Discussion. Bet-
Gilbert. Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. ty Forsythe and Romona Dodge :
:
Edna Knaskern accompaniedthem from Sears in Daytona Beach 3. 49.
on their return to Orlandoto gave talks and demonstrations I 49 -
spend several days. on the subject which proved interesting t I JAR Ib. can
and instructive.The .
. Mrs. Atlee Stevens, Mrs. Henry tea table decoration was Limit one with $5.00 or more food,order Limit one with $5.00 or'more food order
' Shill, Mrs. Clarence Weaver and especially attractive with floral
Mrs. Robert Rumill attended the arrangements complimenting the
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WMU Associational meeting .in silver service. The hostesses ShurfreshBISCUITS' I I
"4 Palatka Wednesday. served dainty sandwiches and COMPARE LOAD
and assisting them were Mrs.
Phillip Kester, club president,
pouring coffee and Mrs. Harold THESE THE WAGON
Weekend Massie, vice president, pouringtea.
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PRICES HERE

Specail On Tuesday night, Rev. Atlee ,can 5 -'.
Stevens, pastor of'the Baptist I ANYWHERE
OYSTER ROAST Church, was accompanied by Limit 3 With Order SAVE
I Robert Schatz, Stanley Springer, I
A. O. Brantley and Robert Hu- ,
All You Can Eat I mill, made a trip to Pomono 303 Can Del Monte "- 303 Can SUNLITETomatoes
Park to visit with George Wilcox FRUIT
former resident and member 1O
$125Fishermen's of this church. Cocktail 4for $100 can

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bradac, Limit 6 With Order

Inn I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sindelar 303 Chef Big RollSCOTT ,
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Peter ,
FLAGLER BEACHFeaturing I Dzioba of Ormond Beach to Ti- SP SPAGHETI & .
tusville,Saturday night and attended

a social there. Meat Balls 4 for $1 I Towels each! 29

Steaned or Raw Mrs. H. B.. Treadwell motored
to DeLand Thursday to attend 303 Chef Shurfresh
CLAMS I the executive board meeting oft CHEESE
I I District WSCS of
the DeLand
$ .75 per Dozen [the :Methodist C h u r c h.Mrs.. CHILI 4or$1 <
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,69
Spread 2j
..I Treadwell is district secretary.Rhea's .
_i &, BEANS I {loaf,

Betty Crocker Made By Simonize

Beauty Studio19th CAKE 1/
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St. and Daytona'Ave. Flagler Beach VIV -49

For Limited Time MIXES 3 89. price
Specials Only ,for I FLOOR WAX ,


Name Brand CremeCoidwave \ FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
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10 oz. Birds Eye Winesap

.. $6Complete. GARDEN PEAS 2 for 39C APPLES \.' : r. 4 I g..39"ib _

_' ' Green S '. t j ,
A 14 oz. Four Fishermans -". .

Shampoo Pin Curl Set X150'. FISH STICKS pkg. 49cSwanson's CABBAGE .I". 5c
Red-Sweet
Styling Prices Slightly Higher .
TV DINNERS 59e POTATOES 10
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THE BOOK NOOK
I! I :Robertson and Gordon Hahn. I the inventory sheets of the li- :

@ "Cleopatra of Egypt" Last week, 474 books were I brary. When this is completed, t.j

I "Cleopatra of Egypt," written checked out of the Bunnell Li-" you can be assured that we will j

by Leonora Homblow, depictsthe brary. This shows that the students know' the library backward and II

LO romantic and exciting life thoroughly enjoy the typesof forward, not saying that we will :,

I of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. I books that are contained in really be "pooped." I If

- ...- Egypt's wealth and prosperityis high school library. Library Assistant, {I
I clearly shown in this book by lour Library Assistant and Ja&esene Dawson. {
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MRS. COOK GIVES MRS. MERCER NAMES I the picturesque description of I I I II

SURPRISE HOUSE i EASTERN STAR OFFICERS I f their mode bf dress, type of \;

WARMING SATURDAYMrs. transportation and their high
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Mrs. Ray Mercer,. recently !
civilization standards. A brief
'
Evelyn Cook was given I elected worthy matron of the WINDMILL GRILL .
section of the book is devotedto ,
given a surprise housewarming Bunnell Order Eastern Star, has ..S. t tI
on Saturday morning. Mrs. Lau I named her slate of appointive Roman's great' conquerers, Open 6 A. M.-10 P.M. ., :
Julius Caesar and Mark An-
ra Morris and Mrs. Virginia officers for the chapter 93. The 01 thony, both who were at one I BILL AND REECE ; ..
Moody were hostesses for the newly elected and appointed officers
.time, Cleopatra's husbands. At '
I
,. occasion. Forty friends called I will assume their stationsat I.the end, her famous 'suicide DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS $1.00. .

during Cooks the morning.The have recently. mov- j I which the will installation be held, in ceremony the Masonic I;scene is suspensefuly drawn. SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak . 1.00 .j
Only two wars were fought over
ed into their new home on the Hall on February 22rid at I women-The Waroverthe SUNDAY Chicken & :
Trojan Dumplings $1.25
corner of :Magnolia Ave. andN. ,8 P.M., and will be open to the
Beautiful Helen of Troy, and
Peach St. i tMOODYS 'public. Mrs. Frances Edmonsonwho I the Alexandria War-over the 2 Fresh: Vegetables, Salad and Rolls ;

is a past matron, will be vivacious Cleopatra. The picture"Cleopatra" I Served with Each of These !
I
I the installing officer. She will I I
ARE HOSTS is currently being Short Orders Sandwiches ,A la Carte Meals '
:be assisted by Mrs. Lucille ,
1 1I I ,
AT OYSTER ROAST j filmed in Rome, starring Elizabeth .-
I I Brooks as marshal and Mrs. I
I Taylor as Cleopatra.The .
Eisenbach chaplain. -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Moody entertained j II Leona as Library Club of Bunnell
Mrs. Luna Babbitt will serve as
as their house guests High is happy to an-
School I Iil
J during the past weekend Mr. II I organist for the ceremony. pounce the addition of two newPrompt

and Mrs. Walter A. Coldwell and Mrs. Rita Diamond is the. retiring OYSTER ROAST'
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:Matron and the i
Tal- Worthy
daughter, Elizabeth Ann, of I
tiring Worthy Patron is O. B. I I
, lasassee. I SUNDAY FEBRUARY 4th FROM 1 to ?
I On Saturday evening Mr. and I I Green. I il
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Mrs. Moody entertained a groupof 1 I 0'I
Officers named by Mrs. Mercerare
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their home, .North Anderson I Marshall, Mable Brooks; Organist I 3 Miles North of Flagler Beach Pier ,

Street. Other out of town guests I Naomi Hosford; Adah, Marie I r I I

Saturday evening were Mr. and i i Autry; Ruth, Winifred McNab; ALL YOU CAN EAT I II

Mrs. .James Ebert who are pre Esther, Geneva Solomon; Mar- II

ently residing in Ormond Beach. I tha, Myra Wadsworth; Electa, RAW & STEAMED OYSTERS OYSTER STEW
Mr. Coldwell is director of the
Agnes Yelvington; Warder: Loretta Service CLAM CHOWDER HOT PLATTER
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Florida Board of Parks and Historical Miller. I .
Memorials. Mr. Ebert is i PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US HE

president of the Flagler Har- Those elected last week in 9-2156

bors, Inc., developers of the clude Mrs. Mercer, worthy matron The Flagler Tribune '

Flagler Harbors South in Flag- ; Ray Mercer, worthy patron; Phone IDlewood 7-3282 $250 per person S
ler Beach. Kay Swayze, associate matron; I ,
Bunnell Florida
Shelton Brooks, association pa-

Mrs. J. W. Brown returned to tron; Martha Mercer, secretary; i lI

her home here Monday after an Evelyn White treasurer; Alice .

{ extended stay in Tallahassee Lovell, conductress; Betty White, ' ,. ...

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r I Mr :and Mrs7: Walter Knight ':' .. ': l'..
Mr. and Mrs. 'Clarence Niesen : '
have as their house guests his .V'I.: .i .... .
I and daughter, Pat, of the Clar- brother in' law and sister, Dr. ....Nv... 4..}. wya2'...}.2"f.r.:..;.}.,;..r.:. ,
El Motel, spent several days last i :: r
and Mrs. Nelson Dunn, of Fort { nx
week in busi- Q '
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Worth Texas. .
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ness. They also visited at the ?&*vy<*?*& "xc1ri{*** i-y si s *.jMtaaisSt it:
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%>v A V>AAv -.VA >v% { M> x Sir % 4tl % '''' .
Florida State University which O SSa SYYAOr iC 4)>x tt2 +aNjrO i :a) :ri :%i' P]&>f: 2 YA Hi :yN yr +>;'2: t j -1
tI' Arthur Carle is spending a : #:.. ."?; w .
Pat will enter in September. I' Y.:; a+r ;a+Y. Yft SaYW rY : wt r a w+a titi
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short holiday here with his 1-04%+'atNMh46 t M S14 4S a vw. lifr, :}; t: N>vi 4:,;.fvjai.-C}' '44r.,ra 4 ;aY,+ I
parents ....,.
'; }wywq.. ... ;+'W+295''t.vMn++No:4}Yltwiyrstw;ao-iaro:nvA: '.5. ., ,j. ;YaSt "t
i ... i'} sa;;ar+%nrartr atsN+ f: ;a: n; ,R
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle 'Sa af + rtit r'tt:4'at+ikfr:' t n::y:.aa+,yrt +a vt e; ow I
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He is a student of Lees McRay .rRWYrbloi' .,
iia 2W-y4i; vt'.{yl6i;. .Hwtt: .)+ ;'Kti t fN2fl y .
)T>vt4 Jv+ ail; vxAQ. Nf4 YW r.r rt r. W.ww4 'Sri} 1.(
College in Banner Elk, N. C. .
[Ktyt' N 4r.x: aa+:'rx t r : 0: < a+''
DUNSONRESTAURANT, .. I Ie
t Mrs. E. F. Beville' and Miss ttt '1,<<: ,RUa fi t+: ] .

Carrie Deen of Gainesville .visit "'M'

(. ed here Tuesday with their ,s :a:nd'jak :. I

i FLAGLER/BEACH sister, Mrs. Maude Holland. :
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They also visited with Mrs. Wil- atwi+? axn ( 4 roy4 .
:: R 'anai M.+,'. ,Ya' A 47r '.' t:
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'da Cobb Cordell Rob- ,
and Mrs.
a 0 w acaf rar:: ::ancarx i + St. .r: .
WILL BE 'S t .,, ... +,YS ;
ayaywx.w. }<:Yar: .9 rYt a't't ..%:. caYi4w <:aw r'::'Si; y.a6'w yrs.aa .
ertson. >ow; ta +rtyrvitHiwht y.rinyaar: t4 > a: j'rarin} yh+:3;?fnsf4: 2.::# yy 4 t n .l
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NOTICENotice Every year the list of products made, grown, or pro- ,':
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IS.hereby given that a municipal election 7,90Q different items are being produced here today .
will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on
Tuesday, the 6th day of March, A. D. 1962, for the ...including, by the way, "Sunshine Service" for happier ti

purpose of electing three City Commissioners, and Rorida living-electrically } :
all persons desiring to have their names printed I

upon the official ballots as candidates are required Remember, whenever,you buy Florida-made products : -
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to' file written notice of their intention to be can
j: for yourself or for family and friends up North '
didates in the office of the City Clerk on or before i '. !

the 23rd day of February, A. D. 1962. you help "sell" Florida by stimulating: the growth and
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prosperity of her industries. '
Notice is further given that the registrationbooks

of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open ,

for registration of voters to and including .the 23rd

: day, till 12 Noon, of February, A. D., 1962. \
FLORIDA" POWER & LIGHT COMPANY { t--' ,

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: I diture of $100 to $500 would bea I I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune REQUEST FOR BIDS .- +i

i good Investment .1 will start Sealed bids will be received
I $2.50 A Year In Advance in q

; <. ,1] LETTERS TO It by contributing $100. It will I I the City office of Bunnell.-of the City Florida.Clerk 1n of the the ;}"J

; require a considerable amountof NOTICE OF APPLICATION Civic Center Building on or before
I TO VACATE PLAT. I 12:00 o'clock noon on' the 5th day
research ,and real work; and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of February A.D.. 1962 for one
EDITOR. YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NO- (1) 1,000 gallon gasoline I

) : THE .. 1 the students doing it will gain Commissioners TICE that the of Board Flagler_of County.County,(and pump grease.Installed regular tank gas and oil. 'I

much
than the financial
,. more Florida, pursuant to Florida Stat- uEach-JId: shall be addressed to .'II
I reward.. ute 192.30. will be presented withan City Commissioners Bun-
application by WADSWORTH nell. Florida. I
I The City
I Michael W. Murray. LUMBER COMPANY, to vacate sioners reserve the right too eject tF!
To;The Citizens of Flagler: Beach: I of the Town who should have plat of LaBELLE of St. JOHNS any and all bids and also to ac- r!
PARK. Flagler County. Florida, a cept the bid
Its
Hat judgment !
their future here, to read and I l subdivision of the E' of Tract. will be for ? Jn Interest
of i
In my letter of last week I article in the Readers' Block 13, ,Section 3, Township 12 the City of Bunnell Florida. :
study an South Range 30 East as per plator WITNESS i
to give of the my hand .;
attempted some '. CommunityMemorial file in Plat Book 1 at seal this ofnJanuary
Digest of December, 1961, entitled 11 map on 22nd day ,
;basic facts regarding the proposed page 4 of the public records of A. D. 196. If,,
"BE HONEST WITH YOUR- Church Flagler County. Florida; on the Levi L. Brannam. Sr.. Mayor I:
development at Flagler SELVES. It is not to takea 5th day of March 1962 at 9:00 o'- City ot Bunne11- Florida \i
: easy clock M.. at the Courthouse in ATTEST
A. :
:Beach. One of the. major problems InterdenominationalAIR II 1
good hard look at yourselfand Flagler County; Florida. Nancy C, Rodgers, CIty Clerk :!
to be overcome is the lack W. L. WadsworthP.O. Jan 25 &
Feb. 1
'. CONDITIONED -2tc ii
I accept what you see.. But Box 396 !!
of general understanding: of the I Bunnell, Florida IN THE 'I
it can pay huge dividends. Daytona Ave. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
Attorney for Applicant. It
IN
AND
townspeople of what the Town FOR FLAGLER
(Condensed from the American FLAGLER BEACH I February 1-8-2tc ., FLOIUDA. IN COUNTY. -
:itself must do to help them- l'nOIlATE. 'I
CASE NO. 60S 11
.' Weekly by F. T. James.) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT !
selves. Sunday School 10:00 A. Me IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN NOTICE TO CREDITORS '

I The records show that the This analysis of an individual Church Service 11oo.A. M. I TY1.CASE NFLOIUDA.NO. 608 IN PROI1ATE. IN ROBERT RE ESTATE WELMER OF SCHAEFER. :,1

successful areas of Florida are might well apply to our Town.I I 1 R. W. DICKERT. Paator f IN ROBERT RE: Estate WELMER of To all creditors and all Deceased.persons I

based on a: favorable civic set- commend a study of it to the EVERYONE WELCOME I having claims or demands against
i said
estate:
up where the governing body Townspeople, particularly to the TO ALL NOTICE PERSONS OF SCHAEFER'I You, 'and each of you are here-
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'j and the people wholeheartedlyback young people* who want+ a future -> I IN CEDENT THE: ESTATE OF sent by notified any claims and required and demands to pre- ,

a growth or development here and, I will join with YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED which you or either of you. may I I
TV SERVICEALL that a written instrument purport- have against the estate of ROBERT
project. Outstanding others in suitablesum
:" examplesof contributing a ing to be the last will and testa- WELMER SCHAEFER. deceased, ,

,. this are Naples, Florida, and of money to the studentsof ment of said decedent has been late of Flagler County Florida to '
the Hon. T. K.
MAKES admitted to probate in this court. McKnight County
I Orlando Florida where the Civics in High School and Judge of Flagler I
po You are hereby commanded within County, at his !
,Agent For six calendar months from the office in the County Courthouse in
litical climate and
leadership Junior High School for the best
: date of the first publication of this Bunnell Flagler County. Florida I
Is such that industries. and people article or aticles dealing with notice to appear in this court and within six calendar months from
RCA & PHILCOTUBES show cause; if any you can, why the date of the first publication I
: want to come there and live. the future of the Town: its his the action of this court in admit- hereof. All claims and demandsnot

An examination of the condition and what ting said will to probate should presented within the time and I
: Flag- f tory, present & ANTENNAS SOLD not stand unrevoked.s in the manner prescribed herein

ler Beach area extending south needs to be done for the future. AND INSTALLED / / T. K. MCKNIGHT shall be barred as provided by law. .
County Judge. Dated January 22nd, A. D. 1962.
well into Volusia County 'will I would suggest that an expen- First publication date: January SOPAL WINDSOR SCHAEFER. t

show that its physical possibili TUBES TESTED ,FREE 18, 1962. As Executor of the Last Will and
I Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-4tc Testament of ROBERT WELMER +.
ties such as climate, ocean i I SCHAEFER Deceased.
THE OUTBOARDER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -TO THE EXECUTOR OR
frontage, canal frontageand TV BobFLAGLER FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA ADMINISTRATORThe I

:the, other' things that'nature Authorized Evinrude Dealor IN CHANCERY NO. 4401 above notice must be pub-

BOATS ACCESSORIES ,- REPAIRS ANN WILHITE lished in a newspaper published in j.
Burnished are unsurpassed; yet BEACH Plaintiff Flagler County pnce a week for

the truth is that this area is I Dockage Storage Tree Ramp I. ""WILHITEDefendant. I four (4) publications, and the proofof
LONNIE M.
WE FINANCE PHONE HE 9-2204 such publication (which will be
"backward-and little progress has furnished you by the paper) filed
I 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona i NOTICE TO DEFEND in this office.s .
been made in the section north THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LONNIE M. WILHITEco / / T. K. .MCKNIGHT
of Ormond and \west of the FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA Blue Bird Cafe County Judge. (!

Flagler Pier in the last twenty PAL PARKER'S. INC. IN CHANCERY NO.; 4411 Mount Airy North Carolina Jan. 25 & Feb. 1-8-15-4tc E
f FRANK LEE LIGHTFOOT You are hereby notified that a
years. In this connection I invite Automotive Specialty Center Plaintiff suit has been filed against you in NOTICE OF TIME FOR FILING t

the citizens of the Town BRAKES RELINED $15.95 MARGARETvLIGHTFOQT the above entitled cause; and you ''CLAIMS OF PAN IN AMERICAN THE RECEIVERSHIP SURETY {
,
PARTS AND LABOR are hereby required to file your answer I'I :
\ particularly ''the younger people FORDCHEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS Defendant. with the Clerk of this Court COMPANY CORPORATIONNotice A FLORIDA
NOTICE TO DEFEND and to serve a copy thereof upon I
I I
$19.95 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, is hereby given that pur- "
540 'Mason Ave. Daytona MARGARET LIGHTFOOT ,whose name and address is: suant to Order of Honorable R. O. .
Residence UnknownYou Lawrence W. Borns Morrow Circuit Judge. Fifteenth I
are hereby notified that a 416 'Seabreeze Blvd. Judicial Circuit In and for Palm
-- suit has been'filed against you in Daytona Beach Florida Beach County Florida dated De- ,
the above entitled cause; and you not later than. February 15th. A. D. cember 28, 1961. entered in the case
T. M FREE PAINT are hereby required to file your ,answer 1962. of the State of Florida cx rel, J. ,.
/ with the Clerk of this Court If. you fall to do so. decree pro Edwin Larson State Treasurer and
l One extra gallon of your choice I and 'to serve a copy thereof upon confesso will be entered againstyou ex officio Insurance Commissioner .f
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney for the relief demanded in the vs. PAN AMERICAN SURETY ,
,with each gallon you buy J whose name and address Is: bill of complaint.. The nature of, COMPANY, a Florida' Corporation.
I < _CHARLES J. '-LUKE,' II said suit being for divorce. Chancery No. 61-C-2383 B, all
Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso Suite %00, Seabanc Building Witness my hand and seal of i claimants, creditors, persons, firms, }
c Daytona Beach Florida said Court this 9th day of January I or corporations having claims against -
WestKata Rhoftptnx Outer not later than March 1. A. D. 1962. A. IV 1962.Official the defendant PAN AMERI-
If you, fail to 'do 80, decree pro ( Seal) CAN SURETY COMPANY are required -
confesso will be entered againstyou E. A. SMYTHE to file all such claims with I
for the relief demanded in the Clerk of said Circuit Court Honorable J. Edwin Larson, State I
RCA VICTOR .bill of complaint. The, nature of By Julia: R. Harvey Treasurer. and Insurance Commissioner -
LIVING COLOR TV said suit being for divorce. Deputy Clerk. ' Receiver for Pan American t.
WITNESS my hand and seal of Jan. 11-18-25 & Feb. 1-4tc Surety Company, at the'State Capitol ;
/ "LOOK FOR TUB PICTUREIN said Court this 29th day of Janu-' Tallahassee Florida, in accord-
;THE WINDOW ary. A. D. 1962. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH ance with Section 631.181 Florida
I Southern Radio & Television (Official Seal) of said SMYTHE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Statutes 1961 proofs of'claims to I
Clerk Circuit Court FOR FLAGLER COUNTY 'FLORIDA be presented and filed not later I
SALES DOWN1 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR- T-2001 By Julia R. Harvey CASE NO. 4401EUL.IS'LIN'VOOD than December 3, 1962 or such ,4
ORMOND .- Deputy Clerk. WATKINS. j jI claims shall be forever, barred. If
I Feb.' 1-8-15-22-Uc' Plaintiff.I I sworn proof (Of claim shall be set E:
'YOU CAN MAKE PROFITS RISE BY .---. I -vs- forth in reasonable detail the
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION IXTilE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'FONNIE H. WATKINS amount of the claim on the basis
I J
WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US FLAGLER COUNTY .FLORIDA Defendant. upon which such amount can be
PHARMACYSick IN CHANCERY 4409 DIVORCE ascertained, the facts upon which t
".TODAY AND LET'S'TALK ABOUT Room Supplles-Sundrles JOHN RICHARD MACKEY NOTICE TO APPEAR the claim is based, and the priori-
Plaintiffvs. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ties asserted If any. All such j
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES FONNIE H. WATKINS claims Shall be verified by the affidavit -
YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS.
LENORA MACKEY 2206 Metts Avenue of the
24-Hour Prescription Service RUTH claimant, or someone
I I Defendant Wilmington N. C. authorized to act on his behalf and
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachiRMOND NOTICE TO DEFEND YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat having knowledge of the facts and
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: a suit for divorce has been shall be supported by such docu-
NEWSPAPER ADS SELL FOR SURE BEACHTel.rORo7.1661 RUTH LENORA MACKEY filed against you in the above en- ments 'as may be material thereto.
- --- --- Residence UnknownYou titled cause and you are hereby Forms will be furnished by the
are hereby notified that a required to serve upon Plaintiff's Receiver upon request. '
suit has been filed against you in Attorney whose name and address J. EDWIN LARSON. State Treasurer --
the above entitled cause: ,and you appear hereon. your written defense and Insurance Commissioner
I IS I IE-Stay Insured_ &Rest Assured are hereby required to file your answer if any, to the Complaint in Receiver. Pan American Surety
with the Clerk of this Court said suit on or before the 15th Company.
t and to serve a copy thereof upon day of February. 1962; else De- Dates of publication:
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney cree Pro Confesso will be entered January 18. 1962
I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM whose name and address is: against you.WITNESS January 25. 1958
;
MAURICE WAGNER my hand and seal of February 1. 1962.
216 South Palmetto Avenue I said court this 15th day of January -
"Daytona Beach Florida, 1962. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
H. T. COOK AGENCY not later than February 22, A. D., (Court Seal) E.A. SMYTHE TO VACATE PLATSTO ,
1962. Clerk of CourtW. t '
If you fall to do so. decree pro L. Wadsworth WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I confesso will be entered against Attorney for PlaintiffP. you WILL PLEASE TAKE NO-
\ Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida you for the relief demanded in, the. O. Box 396 TICE. that the Board of County .
bill of complaint. The nature of Bunnell, Fla. Commissioners of Flaeler Couotv.
I said suit being for divorce. Jan. 18-%:;" & Feb. 1-3--Itc Florida pursuant to Florida Stat-' I
.. I WITNESS my hand and seal of vte 192.30. will be presented on
I said Court this 18th day of January CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE the 5th day of March. 19"r at 9:00 I
I A. D. 1962. DISSOLUTION! o'dol'k :A. M. fit the rv urthou"e In
(Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE>. IN THE NAME AND I1Y THE Flakier County Florida with an I
24 HourWrecker Cleric of said Circuit Court AUTHORITY: OF THE STATE OF a"lleetll." "v'L, **. WAn lWORTH
By Julia R. Harvey FLORIDA and ANGELA DSWORTH.. t" i
Service 1 Deputy Clerk TO ALL TO WHOM THESE vacate plats of Units 1. 2 and ,3 .
Jan. 25 & Feb. 1-8-15-4tc PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREET- of F<"<;1< on TDMes.. tiled
INGS: f May %6. 1926. in the office of the
Truck & Tractor .Co' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Whereas F. W. Hooper. Flagler Clerk of the r-ircult Court of Flak
Flagler "
: FLAGLER COUNTY .FLORIDA Beach. Florida ler Countv. Florida. and recordedin
IN CHANCERY NO. 4400 Ella May Hooper Flagler Beach Plat Book 2. pages 34. 35 and
ASSEY-FERGUSON AULA M. TABLERPlaintiff FloridaM. 36, lying East of IT. ft Highway 'I'
L. Johnson Bunnell Floridadid No.1. further described asA -
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment vs. on the 3rd day of March; A. D. snHrflvision' of the NEW of
RAYMOND the SKU (NRU< of the SEU
5 CHARLES TABLER. 1927 cause to be incorporated under )
Bunnell Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242 Defendant the provisions of the general ant that Portion of Tend situated -
NOTICE TO DEFEND corporation law of the State of In the N'VI4 of the 8BU
Night ID 7-3529 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Florida HOOPER CONSTRUCTION of the fiE'4 (Eaat of Highway
. RAYMOND CHARLES TABLER COMPANY 'a corporation, with Its *nd "'''roAd) "e8'rlbP-t *n fo|-
VIRGIL'DECKER RALPH DECKER Sloane House YMCA I principal place of business at ioi i: Tto"nn| New York City. N. Y. FLAGLER BEACH. FLAGLER feet West from the *'E cornerof
Owner Parts&Shop Manager You are hereby notified that a COUNTY. In the State of Florida the S>2U of he SE% thence
,. suit has been filed against you in I and whereas the stockholders of t1"w.t eA6 feot ...,......q. 1Ith"t
\ 'I the above entitled cause; and you. such. corporation did on the 15th 33%- to -a point 660 feet West
---- are hereby required to file your answer i day of January, A. D. 196%. causeto from the Northeast corner of
.- with the Clerk of this Court be filed in the office of the thSF 14 of the gRiof the
d and to serve a copy thereof upon Secretary of State of the State of Spy thence V/vt-th 5e0 feet to
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. Florida a Consent of all the stock- the point cot beelnnlnpIn Sec
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME whose name and address is: I holders under the provisions of tion 4. Townshln ** South
Anthony J. Grezlk j said Chapter 608. Florida Statutes Ra"Jt'3n F. at Tract 3 4, 5end
I 423 Broadway I showing the dissolution of such 6 of Block T", Section 3.
Daytona Beach. Florida : corporation.Now Township 12 South. Ran re 30
. A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director not later" than February 8th. A. D, j therefore the Secretary of Fast I n "ixsrler County "lorida.
196%. I State does hereby certify to the A subdivision. of the NWU of
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HARDIN Associate ., .
JOHN If fall do ----I', w.
you to *o. decree oro foregoing and that he \. satisfied of "J!1I..
.. \ confesso will be entered against that the requirements of law have of h'" YI4. W% Of NRlt of N'V'4.
AIR OXYGEN you for the relief demanded in the. been complied with. E3& of Fof NW% of NW ..
S LADY bill of complaint. The nature of IN WITNESS WHEREOF -n" RVI'Of w'wit n' R.o.Unn
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL .I' :EQUIPPED said suit being for divorce. I have hereunto set my 3, Township 12 South. Range 30
ATTENDANT WITNESS my hand and seal of hand and have affixed the East c nt inln'F' 9*> acres more
1,:.. :+ AMBULANCES said Court this 8th day of January Great Seal of the State of w lees. fn Flae-Ier! Countv 'lor-
A. D. 1962.Official (SEAL) Florida at Tallahassee Ida. lying and being EAST of
I ( Seal) the Capital, this the Fif- .U.S. Hi rhwa No. l.
I Phone ID 7-3532 I E. A. SMYTHE teenth day of January, W. L. Wad.worth '
Clerk of said Circuit Court A. D. 1962. pn.. WAT *!i*
t' ". I By Julia R. Harvey ; TOM ADAMS Dunne)). Florida .
s::1,, 201 E. MOODY BLVD.BUNNELL' FLORIDA Deputy Clerk Secretary of State -KAtto" rir for Applicant..
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I Sports Corner |!t 21I" I .1 I Wednesday, February :

j 136.15," 321( Cliff Sheffield l : :' 17 7 at 7:30 p. M., Rinky Dinks vs. .f,: ,

(Continued from, Page 2) j I ,: 5 5.15 15 Buddy Taylor J" 17 Collegians. At 8:30 Zazas VSL ..,
I CollegianS ,. G FiN PtsI I II Gene Cauley :\ 15 All Stars.WtfWWWVWWWWVUWWU. ... : i
'/ scoring 4.,The Rinky ,boys scored 1 I II I Littlefield 0; 1-1 1 SENIOR CITY: LEAGUE RECORDW Sammy Bertha J' 13 .:: :
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I the ,league. H. Huff :'- 0 0-0, 0 Zazas .- 2 '.DewaYlle: <,4J. { '::4: O. F. ALFORD "J
Joe White .: 10
JUnky Dinks G Ft Pta I I A. Spivey ,; 0 0-1 0 All Stars 1 1 I : Registered ": 1
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E. Nipper 4 1-5 9 B. Chambers 1 0.0 2 Rinky Dinks !' ,,1 1 : I 1
Coy Harris 91 Real Estate Broker
f J. Kelly 3, 1-1 7 J. Craig 0 0.0 0 i Collegians 0 2 I i Joe Kelly

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PAGE EIGHT _ __ __ THE -FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, February 1, 1962

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FINAL RITES FOR SEVENTH VICTORS v I!kowski, Walter Kersey, Jack Mc- .FUNERAL HELD- FOR I J JI Miss Emily lIaF her. She ...

GEORGE ,COMBOS I OVER SIXTH Cabe, Robby Robertson Lee FOSTER DAUGHTER was killed in ai$ auto accident 1j

t (By Jack McCabe) :Bourne, Jr., Buddy Phillips, Dar- I Sunday evening there.
HELD WEDNESDAYGraveside I I Rudye Shamblen and Joe
f'meral services for I Friday night the sixth grade rell Britt, John Jarosz. I Brock flew to Charleston, W.Va. ,

George Combos of Flagler Beach met the seventh in a battling !Monday to attend the funeral I ANTARCTIA ONCE TROPICAL \

were held at 2 o'clock Wednes- I basketball game. In the first MARTIN BRANDT i of Mrs. Emily Mae Farmer.
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\ day afternoon at the Espanola quarter the game was pretty DIES TUESDAY P.M. Mrs. Farmer is. the foster: Fossil plants found in Antart- ,
close.. But the Seventh 1 ica show that the frozen continent j
Cemetery, Rev. Reynolds Hoover kept step- ,IN LOCAL HOSPITAL.Martin daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. Shamb
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up and the Sixth was stepping I supported tropic vegetation
of the Flagler "Beach Methodist len and will be remembered as
Brandt of Flagler :
down Very rapidly. The Sixth 200 million years ago.CLASSIFIED. _

,. Church officiated. didn't Beach passed away at the Flag- i __ _ _ __ __ __ -____ _ __...: _
.. Mr. Gombos was 63 years of I sure away. give-that ball game ler Clinic and Hospital Tuesday :r... ..-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.;-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-",-.-.;-.-......-.-....---.l'--........."16. .1.1i

.. age and has been a resident of The Seventh has tall boys so evening after a long illness. i FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT ,J JI
.. Beach for the four He retired
Flagler past I was a paint dealer
they got most of the rebounds
:, months, coming there from New and had resided in Ocala for 1 '
the The Seventh
and jumps. I AMBULANCE ,
:, r Jersey. He passed away in his will play the Sixth in another 'I'some time. He 'came to Flagler I II PHONE VAlley 4-1625 I

.. sleep early Thursday morning game in about twr weeks. The I Beach about a year ago to live. j I SERVICE .

at his home in Flagler Beach. Sixth has been practicing very I He built a new home in the I ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA I,

. He. is survived by a son, Steven hard and I think there will bea Palm Island development on we' \
, be about calling a Garcia Ambulance.
Palm Circle Drive. Never hesitant
Gombos of Farmingdale, N. different score the next ,time. I ,
a brother, Paul Gombos of J.I The final score was 32.11 with Survivors include his wife of are always at your service with promptness safety and

Miffin, Pa. the Seventh the victors. I Flagler Beach.; two daughters, experience, 'I
one of Flagler Beach and one
_ Craig Funeral Home of Bun-
Line Ups With Resusitator and Inhalator t
Oxygen
who lives in -Orlando. Also a Equipped .
,.; nell was in charge of arrangements Seventh-Jack Sparkman, Al-
brother In Orlando. .
; len Jones, Frankie Gordon, Glenn Funeral services will be held Garcia Funeral HomeP.

Miller, Jack Weatherington.Sixth .
e' at the Fairchild Funeral Homein
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
Parker ,
Tony Don
.Orlando Interment
Black Plastic For Friday.
.: rUse Moore, Jimmy Harper,'Bill HarI I will follow' there. LADY ASSISTANTT.M.
ris, Henry Bowers, Dennis Jan- r .. .
in Mulching- .

3 Potato ProductionUse I[

.KM.u...PAT.Off..OftTMO,OIBROM. ON ALL CHEMICALS READ DWCCTIOM AND CAUTIONS tfORf[INC. I
of black plastic mulching
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. shows some promise for use in 3 f I I ADS
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,.. potato production, according to :}} 1I I I .

: trials at the Potato Investigation Lilting* under this heading are
: in {. : .. 3 cent per word each hurertlon,
: Laboratory, Hastings. xy : 75 cent la minimum charge.

Dr. D. R. Hensel, assistant I .A.. A..a.:'
;.. soils chemist, says 1961 yields FOR SALE-14ft fiber glass boat.
30-horse' Johnson motor. Gator
T of potatoes were increased over ,
w:' trailer. Contact Buddy Cham-
55 hundredweight per acre by ;
,t using a plastic mulch. bers after 5 P. M. 2-l-2tp

f t- row after planting. Holes were 1 .
? 4w Earn $35.00 to $50.00. 15.20 I
Ir cut for the plants to emerge hours. No investment. No col

through the plastic. lecting. No delivering. Write

t The Florida Agricultural 'Ex- Mary Dedge, 1825 Roselle Ave.,
- periment Station chemist explains Palatka, Fla. Tele. EA 5-7735
I r the plastic provides some 2.1.2tp )I

. protection against fertilizer
leaching. Heavy rains can be HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom,

":,., carried' from the fields faster large living, dining area, car
. and water does not run through port and utility room, CBS on

'. the fertilizer bands. 100 x 105 corner. lot, 311 South

t In addition, evaporation loss Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf

! Is controlled during extended dry
. FOR SALE-Five acres and two
periods. houses outside limitson
just
city
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Dr. Hensel says machinery is
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qld Haw Creek Road. Contact
being developed by various
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Robert Moody at Moody's Floral
equipment firms which will en-I
w,; Service. Phone ID 7.3240 or
able farmers to use the plastic.;
ID 73622.. 125.2tp
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on large scale. i v
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FOR SALE-Modern Retirement

Advises Eptam Home and Efficiency apartmentson
x valuable corner lot 100 x 100.

For Controlling .v :::tiC2Y} Central Ave, 1 block ,north of

". Highway 11. Phone HE 92300.

I Nut Grass in Fields Jan. 18.4tc

I iI sel' <: ; FOR RENT-Unfurnished large
r, Tests at the,Potato Investiga, c'x 2-bedroom garage apartment.Call .
tions at Hastings
; Laboratory HE 9.2318, or see Zeke
'.- "'have shown eptam may be used. c 3 L4 Chaffee. 11. 7.tt
' : _' to delay and retard winter and :

spring growth of nutgrass, mak- SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason-

[ ing possible a saleable crop of able rates. George. Jarosz, phoneID

. ; potatoes on infested fields 'T 73410. 11-2 to 4-26-tp

Dr. E. N. McCubbin, horticulturist g
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom .
: says eptam was applied
house at north end of Pal-
K" in different ways and amounts
,: 4t metto, Flagler Beach, on boat ,
' the soil and incorporated
:., Qn t / canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -
" 1 into. it by disking or bedding
value, beautiful in-
immediately before planting -
over
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. terior and exterior $90.00 per .
. potatoes.
: month for September 1 occu
Six pounds of granurar form

eptam nutgrass broadcast. plants per acre 77 per reduced -I'u .and just 4 days to cutting'DIBROM \ tona pancy.Alexander Beach Contact, Florida.Lumber present Co.7-20-TF rentersor Day-

" cent in comparison witty plots
receiving no treatment. Ocean front housekeeping aoart-
; one-half was made for moments like this. When the right insect control: can make
Three and one and I ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete -
pounds of eptam emulsion con- Only minutes after spraying, every 'looper, the difference"between market price and cull with linens and all utilities.

centrate per acre, in 20-inch r aphid or cabbage worm that's been hit will price, remember DIBROM. Or, as one enthusiast Sun deck, fishing, swimming,

bands over, the row, lowered'the be dead or'dying.Yet the crop will be entirely put it: "DIBROM can sure bail you loafing. Day, week or month.

count of nutgrass plants 66 and free of DIBROM by the time it is cut. out of trouble." Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
One reason DIBROM is so effective is its '
67 per cent, respectively. HE 9.2082 7-6tf
.. Six and three pounds of eptarn fast kill. (A big advantage in rainy weather, Helping the World Grow BetterORTHO
FOR RENT furnlsned 2 bedroomone
emulsion concentrate broadcast when slower-acting insecticides can be' -

per acre reduced nutgrass plants washed off before they do their job). It kills bath house, Daytona Ave., _

;;; 57 and 32 per cent, in comparison 1 on contact. Gives a thorough clean-up of Flagler Beach. Completely ren-
than 130 different insects ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys
with non-treated areas. more -includingmost
j;' I resistant ones. And in all of can be, picked up at Sullivan'sGulf
Dr. McCubbin reports eptam stages
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t Station. Nov 1041JOHNSTON'S
.. did not reduce yields: of potatoes growth except eggs and pupae. Ml -_.
r. Nutgrass plants were I Another reason: The short residual life of *-N X X SXlX >

:: counted in the various treat DIBROM. You can use it up to four days of .

', ments 90 days after the pota- harvest on most crops.(it's registered for use -. \ Ion FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.

, \:; toes were planted and just before 35). Results on broccoli, spinach and DIBROM' ; LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

b, time to dig the crop. abbage, for instance, have been spectacular. ... '-._ S., WATER FRONT, FARMS,
!:: Dr. McCubbin says it appears : ACREAGESee

substantially reduces the number : CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION,P.O., Box 7067, Orlando Florida. r . us for your real estate needs
\, ,_ of nutgrass plants, stunts \ < "'-. Office Phone lIE 9-2242

j and delays their growth so that r.' S Residence Phones ID 7-3691;

1 a crop of potatoes may be pro. 1- or ID 73517rr

"- duced In nutgrass.infested fields.

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