Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00631
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 15, 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: VID00631
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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VOLUME 50, NO. 6 BtNNELL. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR ::)j

Bunnell Seniors I Flagler W an's' I REV. CARL S. POYTI !I Senior Class'.To ; I Rotary Club To
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Club Sponsors. ": 2 :>: Sell First Aid 1

Annual Visit To I Card Party Friday I-;;:":n:' Y.;. Kits ThursdayThe I Hear Dr. Young .

I J': The Flagler Woman's Club is Senior Class' "of nnelll i I

Junior CollegeThe j sponsoring another: card and ,.. r. School will sell first aid kits orr,Thursday Noon
:prize party Friday night at the I {Thursday evening, beginning at'I ..., _
Senior Class of Bunnell clubhouse.The :J7 o'clock, Class Reporter SusanWadsworth J Tjpuest speaker? at the bgular <
High School paid their annual party will begin at 7:30 J said today. wlpkly meeting of tijf Rotary ,

visit .to, the Daytona Beach I(and the public is invited. Tickets I Miss Wadsworth said the pro- Glib Thursday will her Dr. H. F. oJ
Junior College Wednesday of|will be available at the door or fM';j: ceeds of the sale will be used Y4ng, public heaJlS dentist for '1

this week.The ;from members of the club.Get .,:1'1'h': I in financing the class trip to F ; ler and Purtfiam Counties. ...\
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group left by school bus Washington, D. C. I 1. Young fcis already become
at 8:30 A. M. accompanied by I weh"Jtntfh to boys and girls i
John A. Cannon, Jr., guidance That Auto I II oft schools of Flagler county {I
counselor. of Bunnell High, and 'I I ICity Election Is \!through his very fine and intensive (,

., arrived at the Junior College ILicense Now program of dental health (
1 about 9:15. ,The first activity on A FreeforAll'Five |!which he recently initiated within (
the program for the day was Motor vehicle operators are I the county. He will speak '
an orientation session. Membersof il reminded that the 1961 license more. have qualified as :on his plans and work and ex-
the college faculty and guid- plates are expiring on February candidates to run in the Burjnell..I plain to the club the dental f
ance staff spoke to the group 20.Tax City Commission election ,on I health needs of our people as
about the Junior College pro Collector. Dale B. Browh, i ..- March: 6th. !I I he sees them. .j
gram of higher education ,and Jr., said today his office will remain This brings the total to 101 I Five Rotarians fromthe club,
the advantages which it offersto open on Saturday, Febru ,Rev. Earl PoystiTo !running, for the three seats open Ii |along with their wives, attend.
the young people of Flagler ary 17, from 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. i on the commission with several ed the 50th anniversary cele
; and Volusia counties. for the convenience of those who I Preach 4 NightsAt others reported to be "thinking 'I bration of the Rotary Club of 'I
During the orientation session are not able to secure their license about it." Jacksonville, held Sunday eve-
members of the guidance staff plates during weekday Beach ChurchThe I Those qualifying since last I I ning, February 10, in the ball-

explained carefully the steps .office hours. I Rev. Earl S. Poysti, Slavic.Thursday are: Harry Atkinson, .room of the George Washington I
.. which each applicant 'must take I The tax collector's office is I for re-election; Clifton E., Sheffield 'Hotel in Jacksonville
of the Further-
Secretary Gospel
) in applying for admission. Rep. each week day, Monday I II II )
open ance Society, will speak at the [ Walton Johnston, Jr., Shelton The Bunnell group were: Pres. !
resentatives from, the faculty I through Friday,' from'8 A.M. to I Community Memorial Church, i B. Barber, and Edward (Abe) I II ident John A. Cannon, Jr., and '

.5 5 spoke briefly about their own 4:30 P.M.Bunnell. I 1I South Daytona Ave., Flagler {Abraham. Mrs. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jl
departments and the courses i Beach, February 21 through 25, : Those who had qualified last I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sturman, Mr. t
1 which they offer. School i at 7:30 P.M. ;week were Frances W. and Mrs.. Jimmy Crews, Mr. and (
At the conclusion, of the orientatlon The Rev. Poysti was born son, C. B. Eisenbach {Edmon.1 Mrs. Robert Deen arid Mr. and j

l. period members of the JHonor Roll For I Niklosk-Ussurisk, Siberia, Russia election) Charles (B. Mrs. Charles Tonkin. .
senior class then departed to Chambers, T. P. Chambers, and Featured speakers were Rotary
in 1920. His father, Nicholas
t: ,visit two classes, which hey had J C. A.\ McKenzie who is up for Inte'rnational. President Joe: :
(Third Six Weeks Poysti, a member of an influen- Abey"I I
selected. As the I
previously group reelection.At .
L 'tial Russian family during the of 'Reading, Pa., and Rotarian I
made' their way from one classto I Fourth grade, Mrs. Craig Czarist regime, embraced the Flagler Beach only one and Gov. Farris Bryant.., President
another they were able to jMike Barber, James Allen Bran- Christian faith while attending candidate has qualified and two' !II Abey, a personal friend of I t
acquaint themselves with the ,nam, Linda Church, Cliff Dozier, the University of Petrograd (now seats are to be filled.. i Ray Sturman for many years,
buildings and the campus layc. I IL I I \
Beth ;Matherly, Donna Spicer. Leningrad). came to the'table of the Bun-
i- c. out. They also;,had opportunityto ':t. Fourth grade,. Mrs.. Townsend" Earl Poysti came to the United Mrs Johnston's nell group and renewed his acquaintance i
: cd'ile
meet and talk -pvlttfi ger' LesuJCriight"and-Barbara . ./ I with his old friend f
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the'it- ** A, States' and enrolled;in jiie Na? : j*< .r- __ :
students and'get viewpoint gen. *..JnStitiltIn' Ray and met other members of
tional Bible New,1 botherPasses: "
r about college life. Fifth grade, Mr 'M9rrisColleen York City, graduating in 1943..: I the group. 't
-; One, of the nicest features of j Tucker. Carold Lynda I During that time he became an Away February 4 , I rA congraulatory telegram was..
; the trip was the opportunity I Ir Townsend, Chuck Herr, Janet American citizen He was or sent to the Jacksonville Club
r which, seniors had of actually:I I,Cook John Charles Sa-. from the Bunnell Club and was I
j Cody, Clegg dained into the Christian min :Mrs. Alice ,Clifton Clark of f '
" two hours of col I I Kathy Bourne. istry and did his graduate work vannah, Ga., mother of Mrs. .read before the 500 Rotarians
t'experiencing lege level classroom instruction. I Fifth grade, Mrs. 'Johnson- at 'New York University and'I!Carlton Johnston of Bunnell 'and their wives from the eastern
This does much, to allay some Nancy Hargett, George Kocz- spent three years in pastoral I I passed away February 4th, aftera ,section of Rotary District 694. I
r, of the doubts which graduating wanski. illness.
work. He then became associated long I
: seniors 'sometimes have about Sixth l1rs.j Tonkin- the widow of the late -
grade with a ,mission working in She was
f t I Mrs. Kendall'sMother
: their ability to cope with college Darrell Britt, Sue Broadaway,' Europe. He was field superin- John W. Clark, and was a native ,

t... work. :iHewett Dupont,. Linda Knight, .tendent. of Millen, Ga., and had I
v At the conclusion of the two 'Tony Parker, Sharon Patrick. I Rec. Poysti .also produced a lived in Savannah for the past Passes
hours of class visitation the Seventh grade .S usa n e 25 She member of
; n Gospel radio in the years. was a I
)' group-had lunch at the college j Bourne Janice Seale Johnnie program Methodist Church of Sa
Russian.-language which was released Trinity 1 Away TuesdayMrs. I
cafeteria. A 'special table had I Ruth :Miller, Kathryn Emery, over short-wav trans- vannah. She was 84 years of '
.: l' been prepared for the group and I Dan Emery, Delores Deen,' Dale. mitters into Russia, and he also I' Orrie Barnhill Redwineof
faculty members sat with them Abbott, Betty Dunson, Alan edited the Russian magazine : age.Funeral. services were held at Jacksonville. mother of Mrs. t
.r and answered :questions which I Jones,. Walton Cowart, Dennis "Putj Veri" (The Way of Faith).I I 11:30 Tuesday morning, Febru i George Kendall of Bunnell,
[.-, students wished to ask. Clay, Arthur McDaniels. 1 Because radio IBRA was taken :I ary 6, in the Chapel of Irvine J passed away Tuesday a Jacksonville .

ok, ... After lunch the group took a Eighth grade-Kay Weaver,)off the air in April of 1960 when Henderson Funeral Home. Rev. hospital after a lengthy ;
special ,tour through every de. Zachary Holland, Marilyn :Me- all religious and political broad- I James C. Varnell, pastor of Trinity illness. t
partment of the Mary Karl Vo Tucker 'Methodist Church officiated. service will be held
Nab, Brenda Betty Lynn casts were eliminated, :Mr. Poy Funeral
.*':,' cational Schooland observed. the Bourne, 'Margie Blakely, Brenda I sti's broadcasts into Poland and I Interment followed at the Meth.I'!Thursday afternoon at 3:30 in --

," :> various training courses offeredJ Murray, Stanford Robertson. Russia_ were froced to cease. ![odist Cemetery in Portal, ., |Estes-Krauss Funeral Home I
: in the vocational division. Ninth grade-Buzzy McKnight,I He has had a wide ministry.12 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Active 'Chapel, 618 Laura Street. Rev. .
.' At the conclusion of the vocational Mike Hornsby, Kandyce Lovell, to Slavic people all over the pallbearers were her. grand. ,Nevi Townsend, pastor of Grace
J \ ;.:: tour the group returned Gloria Johnston, Marie Fleurie, world, and with his ability to I sons. J Baptist Church, will officiate.
to Bunnell. Janice Mitchum, Heidi Eis.en- speak fluently in English, Swe Survivors are two sonsR._ L. Burial will be In' the Evergreen
bach, Ida Allen. dish and Russian, he seldom and B.. S. Clark; four daughters, Cemetery. .,
I R \. .. Mrs. Deen Attends Tenth grade-Kathy Barber, runs into an audience where he Mrs. G. H. Remley and Mrs. Mrs. Redwine. was born inS
r Supervsiors Oft Linda Cody, Howard Emery, Robert Williams both of & th Carolina and had lived: in
\. ,Registration Meet I David Sheffield. Allida Tucker, (Continued on p&ge S) nah; :Mrs. B.A.. savan.1 Jactsonville' since 1928. She was

; Mrs. Gladys Deen, Flagler Gail Wadsworth, Nancy Wilson. Statesboro, Ga.; ,and Mrs. membe Qf the. Grace Baptist
Eleventh Caroline Clifton Johnston of Bunnell five brothers *"."". _
1' County Supervisor of .Registration , grade- ( ov. Combs Names ; Church. w' f.
.' is spending Friday and Barbara Smythe. T. W., G. W., and"William J She is survived Jay her nus'' /? '
:-. :' ; Saturday in Tallahassee where Twelfth grade-Elaine Deen,I I George Moody Sr. Clifton, all of Statesboro R. R. >and, ,John Redwine, .Jacksonjr
; -. shg. is attendiri the State As- Susan Deen, -Mona Hornsby,l i Clifton of Savannah, and Tom Ule; four d a u g h t e r'sr- fSJ" '. *
< I soclation of Supervisors of Registration Peggy Hoskins, Connie Shields. Kentucky Colonel Clifton, of Kingsland, Ga.; a sister eorge Kendall, Bunnell; 'Mt T
: . in session there. II I Mrs. W. W. Waters of States-,1 Mrs. T. M. James, Mrs. J. L.
Judge Receives George Moody, Sr., of Flagler boro. / Weaver, and Mrs J. H. Hysler;
;! I BEACH 1 Beach received an honorary commission Also surviving are sixteen all of Jacksonville; two sons,

,. ::: ARTIST GRADUATES Claims WednesdayI I as a Kentucky Colonel grandchildren and severaf{ ieices* IA. L. Jackson of Jacksonville
:. "... "'/, Miss Dorothy Homans, Flagler from t Gov. Bert Combs of Ken and nephews. f II and Cole'L. Jackson of Trenton,
." Beach' hasgraduated from the I Leola Jones, recently ap tucky. S. c.; one brother, Lee Jacksonof
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i: .. -" Famous Artists Schools of Wes j pointed Judge of the' Flagler The commission was ,present. VIRGINIA'S NATURAL BRIDGE Wagner, S. C. Also surviving
L. ..: o' port Conn., it was learned here County Small Claims Court said ed to Mr. 1.loody' the Lions Virginia's Natural Bridge, a I I are eight grandchildren.
? 7. today Miss Homans specialized I she would be in the commissioners Club by Jack Clegg for Egbert span of water.carved limestone, I I Pallbearers will be J. F. Sal-
;, in fine arts painting during her, room at the courthouse Taylor of Flagler Beach who is arches 90 feet across a gorge. I(,ford, Guy Gibson, Ed Bennett, I
&;'t:. three year course with this home from 9 A.M. to 12 noon Wednesday also a Colonel on the Covem r's Thomas Jefferson paid King Cecil Williamson, Rabon Saxon,

:.. 1, study course. February\ 21, to receive Honorary Staff. The commission m 20 shillings for the bridge I'land[ George Sauley.
J1' Heading;' the art institute is'.ai. claims. I was, issued on January, 8, 1962 and for 157 acres of land less
r; !. faculty of distinguished artists t, The first session // ;the Small Mr. Moody also held an honorary than a year before the first shots I I The expression' "frank," however -
among whom are Norman, Rockwell ,Claims Court will f& held Wed- I commission as Lt. Colonelon I were exchanged between Ameri : did not start with Ben

: \ ... ' Ben Shahn. and Dong.nesday, February 28. at ,the' the honorary staff of :Flor- and. Britons in the Revolu \Franklin. It comes from the Old
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diphtheria, whopping cough and t 1
.y yfa tetanus? Yes) (No) i .
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Purchase of $100,000,000 of the
j1I$200,000,000 United Nations; bond J : '
issue? (Yes) (No) j
A long term "Alliance for] DOLLAR : ,
I Progress" fund of $3 billion for I' '
Latin America? (Yes (No) < '
A new, five-year 'Trade ,Expansion .; : t, :

Act to'..replace the Reciprocal i SALE fl
Trade .Agreemetns Act, .
FI FIr giving- the President the author I

\ -r with ity to a reduce view or to eliminate American tariffs part i ;i/ \ SAVE AT THEIR STORE FULL OF VALUES)

nership in the European: Common a .. I
I f. A:s. (Syd) HerlongCongressman. Market. ? (Yes) (No)
I Fifth District II' '" i

r}! Here is my annual question Name ..._."...______I......;...._....__.._._ i

jj Jiaire on the principal issues be- i ... '
ll fore: the second session of the AddressOccupation.......__-=__....__.__..._._..... :;::: / .
li ..A'87th Congress. Included are the 1 1r"
t principal proposals made by ....--.----............-----....---.- I f MIX OR MTCH _
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' 'r' President Kennedy in his State 1 '

'' ; -of the Union Message. Your ..._...?....._?..._.-...._.- '
/ ., comments will be appreciated, If you want additional copiesof .... jr i '
, $100
I ..1'. but the large number of returns this questionnaire for friends 10 for' for 1

J: ':'" precludes my answering them and groups, mimeographed .
,I -:, al in detail. I assure you they'll ies will be provided. cop-I. G'z. i
: i' all be read carefully and tabu- I. TOMATO SAUCE
: ; ' lated and the results will be an- I Stokley's oz.
.:'.. > nounced in due course. I've Must Comply With Stokley's 303 TOMATO JUICEAPPLE
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.;.;) made every 'effort to. so phrase I

: the questions that no specific Income Tax Forms SAUCE Stokley's 303 \ :.,
'i.'J.- answer is suggested I
Y II. .y:r Newest of RulingsDistrict : PIE CHERRIES i
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t. : DO YOU FAVOR: .

', Federal aid to public school Director of Internal 8 for $100. Stokley's 46 oz. ., 'it I(
I 1?i.Y.., construction and teachers' salaries I Revenue, Laurie W. Tomlinson, PINEAPPLE JUICE t
? -(Yes) (No) asked today that during the I Stokley's 303 i t
,..i' ; Limited, or "deductible" medical I coming filing j eriod, taxpayersand WHOLEPOTATOES" t
care for the aged under-the accountants comply with Van Camps, 2l/z can j I
f\"it-J.r v Social Security System? (Yes) I Internal, Revenue Service requirements : PORK & BEANSINSTANT ;
' :. : (No) . relating to the prep Stokley's 303 ; :

f 8. Giving the President standby aration of reproductions of Federal CUT BEETS : ;' <-
r!;" authority, subject to Congressional tax return forms and sched- .1
r .veto, to adjust personal .ules for filing purposes in lieu ) ,
\F % income tax rates downward to of the' official forms and sched Stokley's 303 ,

counteract economic recession? ules. '
I t: (Yes) (No) For several years, the Service SLICED BEETS

ff I Giving the President standby has ,authorized taxpayers and
authority to accelerate Federal practitioners to print or reproduce ,
I,r ,: and Federally aided public their own returns and Folger's Giant 10 oz. Jar
I r't: works programs in times of unemployment schdules provided they met Serv- {
i 1: ? (Yes) (No) ice requirements of substantially -
f .'",. A system of Federal standards the same* weight and texture, COFFEE each $1 1 1
: :for unemployment compensation and on paper of quality at least
,, ? (Yes) (No) E as good as that used in the of

!I e r ,A Fe'derar: pay reform-'bill to:.ficialtorn-TheService, hasbeen Limit One With $7.00 Or More 'Food! Order \ ii F
" ,J.. give postal, classified and other 1 lent in cases where the repro-, ,
Federal employees new pay duction did not fully meet thestandards ,Stokley's 14 oz. Shurfine Frozen 6 oz. can "q
; scales more comparable ,with I set forth in' Internal CATSUP bottle 5 for $1.00 ORANGE JUICE 6 for $1.00 < I
L iY those in industry? (Yes) '(No) Revenue regulations in that re
A new Department of Uurban gard. .
Affairs and Housing? (Yes) I Tomlinson stated that due to I 'r.J ;+

fp r Iv'T.,, ' aimed(No A )mass at immunization eliminating program polio,I the region cessing installation, of System which of in this the the district Data Atlanta Pro is _'E'r 1w\ w.;.:.:":::.,.\\\ A\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\. ,\\ w. !I/irl.. ,

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:i/".., THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized 'I returns filed after January 1 ,\\\\\\\\\\\ _
., conform to the standards of the
Evlnrude Dealer Service as set forth in Rev. Proc.
..'" BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I' 61.31, Internal Revenue Bulle- Grade "A" Choice CutsCHUCKROA'
: J Dockage. Storage Free Ramp tin No. 196144. Director Tom-
, .:'t WE FINANCE linson stated that it \will be ';. : ; < .
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Balloueh Rd-Daytona necessary to return to account- T : I 49 '
t. ants and taxpayers any returns I '
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:: MRS, M. B. FULLER., ,Editor_ I DRY SOUP MIXES ..--'
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r Rev. Atlee. Stevens, Jr., new. The regular business meetingof : & LOW EVERYDAY PRICES ;
U pastor of the, Baptist Church,''I the Flagler Beach PTA was
Y was ordained, to the ministry I held,'on Tuesday evening at the t
1 last Sunday evening during a Shool with Mrs. Jeanette Owens .
' PRICES GOOD THUDS FRI. SAT. FEB. 15-16-17, 1962
ial the
service at Riverside residing- Room count was won
C BaptB Church in Jacksonvill by the fourth grade. --. j

conduct by Dr. C. Earl Cooper, SELF SERVICE MEATS':" .
: pastor Mrs. Perry Sperber, County
Council President from 'Daytona .
-i .Rev. Stevens, a graduate: {fof ,
Beach, the .
I Lee High ScK&oj, Jacksonville, was guest speaker Center Cut Western Fresh Boston Butt '--
' 'arid she some interesting
.' and Stetson University in j> gave
, baehelo/ e-I I!facts on why parents should belong -
; ". Land, received his
to PTA.It .
)" divinity degree in-1958 ffonxjheBaptist :
i .. Theological Seminary I was decided for the PTA CHOPS lb. 69 i l6. 49
: the March of Dimes
. 't Louisville, ,Ky., and his master to sponsor .
l. of arts in philosophy from Florida drive with Mrs. Jeanette Owens .
Small Lean Copeland's
chairman and the
in Tallahassee -
State University
r. 'a in 1960 He also did further be, Mrs. May Whitney and SPARERIBS ALL MEAT

# study in theology in Edinburgh, Mrs. Ann McNitt. The Mothers
t \ I March will. be from 7to 8. P.M.
Scotland last year. 49 FRANKS 49
: The fire lb. ib.Copeland's
{ J Rev. Stevens was accompanied on Thursday evening .
. 7 o'
and alarm will be sounded at
to Jacksonville by his wife '
,they visited there with' his par- clock to mark the drive. Palm River .
: ents Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Stevens. Refreshments were served by '
::. of -
: the hospitality committee r

t I COMMUNITY MEMORIAL which Mrs. Roselle Britt is chair- *

t,, ./ CHURCH NEWS man. The February meeting lb. 49 lb. 39
will have Dr, Sayers, county
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor of
4 health department director, as
Community Memorial Church
guest speaker. ;He will speak on
; announced that he would continue :
the School.health'. program. I 6 oz. Jar \ '
r I his series of messages ont "
: 'God's our-fold Purpose in Correcting BAKERITESHORTENING '
; World Conditions" during I NESCAFEINSTANT .
, the morning worship hour Mrs. Nettie Bradac honored her i
f'' at 11 o'clock next Sunday morn; husband, Anthony Bradac, Sun:
;, .' ing. Sunday school is held each: day with a birthday party, at COFFEE': ..
.-, Sunday at 10.o'clock with their home. Her son in law and

I classes for all ages. Everybody daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 49Q : 3 49'lb. '

; welcome.A Dzioba, and daughters, Sally and '

party on Friday afternoon Nancy, came fro mOrmbnd jar can
, at 1:30: 'February 17, is to We Beach for ,a dinner arid a num-
given in. the recreation center ber of friendsjoined them dur 'Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit ,one with $5.00 or more food order'.

by Mrs. Florence Norcross for ing the afternoon for the party. --I ,

: .I benefit of the church.. The.pub.y There were:' Mesdames Mabel 2l/2 Can Food King Shurfine ,.

lie is invited. i l- \frard Lillian" Ballard, Amelia 'BART' LETT : EVAPORATED '', ;, ) : ',f' 'C . ,
" Gilbert, Ann Knaskern, Clara I
l t FLAGLER BEACH. / ,Smith, Charlotte Durofchalk, Sara PEARS',3'h:. $'IOO MILK 3 cans 390

,1 BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS I DIckenson, Roy Phillips, Mr.: for
Rev. Atlee, Stevens, pastor ,of and 'Mrs. Charles Sindelar and I .
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..... ; the First Baptist Church, an-. son Mickey. Nancy and Sally 303 Chef Boy-ar-dee I rI
can ,
. nounced that his sermon 'topic entertained with a number of I LARGE SIZE

for next Sunday morning, will selections on their accordians.The SPAGHETTI & '

be, "The Will of God.'* Sunday MEAT BALLS 4 fana $100 I FAB ; pltg. 25c ,
;( ", school starts at 9:45: each Sunday house guest of Mr:! and :
I morning with worship serv- Mrs. J. -Weaver is her cousin, '

: ice at 11 o'clock. Visitors are Mrs. Mary Starling, from Kalamazoo I ShurfineSALAD , .:.,,< -
,'t, welcome. Mich. They are taking 1 2l/2 canSOUTHERN '.

f The GA, Girls of the Church sightseeing trips this week to :

were accompanied by Rev.- and St. Augustine and other placesof cans" $ 00 DRESSING c. 390
'.. Mrs. Stevens Monday afternoon Interest. YAM 5' for 1 qt.
f to the GA Associational meetingat -

the McDowell Baptist. :Church Mr. and Mrs. JerryDays ,left "
f- in"St. Augustine. I Monday for Moravian Falls, N.C. No. 300 can'LykesCHILI I 16 oz. Hershey's

Among those in the group to attend the funeral of his uncle, CHOCOLATESYRUP ,-
were: Janet Haines, Joyce Robinson Dewey Davis. .Mr: Davis passed 5rl .
p Judy Owen, Sherris Smith, away Sunday afternoon suddenly . ' I 'Scans $100
Susan Peterson, Vicki Moore after 'being stricken with ,a & BEANS
'A Susie Duncan, Patricia League, heart attack. He was here' dur
Eleanor Shill, Julie Brown, Cafol ing the past month making repairs J.
Kirkpatrick, and Linda' McNatx.: on the property of his LOOK WHAT 10C WILL :BUT Bremner's : f_ : -' '
,_ Mrs.' Stevens is the GA coun mother, Mrs. D. E. Davis. JUMBO H /' .
selor. 'No. 300 Showboat
"! A special feature for them this I Miss Melinda Haisten has PORK & BEANS 10 PIES, : ::',: pk'g.' 39*
I month is their poster contest. transferred to the University of .
,. They can make'them about-joining I Florida in Gainesville. for the Holsum's '.,"" '- .
the GA's or either 'a out I next semester. No. 300 'BushBLACK ; ,
their study- course' this month EYE PEAS 10C SOFTEE
on "Bayou Boy." "rS i :Mr. and Mrs. Percy Gooding .can loaves 1I
( Oontario, BREAD 2 31e
arrived from Trenton, No. 300 BushKIDNEY \ for
Guests of/i'lr.' and Mrs. jfad.} Canada, to spend their seventh '. ,
ford Bowen the past week \ ere winter vacation here at Mrs.' can I Master
)Ir. Mrs Fox of Streeter's. II
amr "Edward j,Myrtle I PREMIUM .
E MoxmTKlsco. N. Y. After vi ft- Energy
-Jng friends in West Palm Beac -U.S. HAS ACTIVE VOLCANO BLEACH 10Cqt. I BEER 6 99$
Miami and Bradenton, they wi There is only one active vol. pak
be on their way to New Orleans no in continental United .. j
i in time for the Mardi Gra which S.. Lassen Peak in Lassen FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE. ;

they had made reservations. '.Volcano National Park. -- I I

.1 9 oz. Mr. G. .,.: ,..: WINESAP '

/' FRENCH- ... /, '. 4 lb. 39c 1
'j FRIES .. ,. 10' APPLES bag .
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME -.,.< r ; 'I':' ,' t
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.! A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director 24 oz. Winter7;Garden' : t. Hydroponic r <.; :
L I. JOHN HARDIN. Associate MINCE '>.= ;

AIRCONDITIONED" OXYGEN PIES /; 3'$100.'. :for .TOMATOESpl:; ic tube I 29 .

Il .Phone ID 7-3532- SHRIMP pkg., 49?, 10 bag29C I I

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Those in Jacksonville Sunday Rikki, was born in the springs

1,attending the Rotary party' at George Moody, Sr., was honored .A big flood came and washed .!

I i the ,George Washington Hotel Sunday at a birthday dinner, I him out of his burrow and al- E
LOCALJ were: Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Ful most drowned' him. Teddy a J ;
and family reunion at the,
I Sturman, Mr. 'and Mrs. John' young boy ,found him and I
I Cannon, Mr., and Mrs. R. W. ler home }n Bunnell. nursed him back to health. ,I

Deen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy As RIKKI he discovered .''!
MARGIE KINNEY MR. AND MRS. STEFLIK j j i Members of his family enjoy- grew
( .' I I Crews, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ''two cobras living in the back: .,l. I
were Mr.
,HOSTESS TO J ARE HOSTS TO 'GIRLS ing the day with him # '
II Tonkin. .yard.. RIKKIS natural habit was i
COUNTRY CLUB j BASKETBALLTEAM' and Mrs. I., I. Moody and, daughter .
The occasion was observance ,killing snakes. So one day he i
Mrs. Margie Kinney was hostess Mr. and Mrs Mike Steflik were: I of the 50th anniversary of the Nancy, of Lake City; Mr.: and and the male cobra Nag, '. :

to members of the Country hosts to members of the ;Girls Jacksonville Rotary -Club.! Mrs. Leonard. 'Moody, ana E"uia"I I tangled up in a death battle. :JI
1 Club on Monday evening at her Basketball team of the Biinnell J I Lee, Mr. and Mrs. George, Moody I'RIKKI killed Nag, and the i '.I
I home St. Johns Park. Twelve High School. Saturday eveningat chased Nagaina, the feroalef j
Mt. and Mrs. Robert Cook had Gary Mrs. J. A. BabbitFofFlagler I | "*
members and :one guest, Mrs. 'the AlA Restaurant, Tlagler :cobra to her den and killed r.. v- >
Sawyer of Waynesville, N. C.,,' as their guests during the past Beach; Mr. 'and, Mrs. M. 1?
,Beach., A shrimp dinner was 'Pee Wee Knight,
weekend their, son in law and B. Fuller of Bunnell. .1
were present. served to the assembled % Library Ass
guests. I I tant. :
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry i
I March 17th was set as> the i
date for the,Cabbage Ball which I I The table' where the guests I Giernac of Clearwater. ,

is sponsored annually by the, were seated was 'decorated in 'a l lt
J club. Committee were apopint-I,theme appropriate to the oc-, I Mr., and Mrs. Robert Cook will r i
casion. have as their guests this week- . I
ed and the St. Patrick theme -
I end his sister, Mrs. Evalyn t
, I I NOTICENotice
was selected. It was also 'decided !! ,
I j Invited guests included team Naughton, of Dallas, Texas. '
Pare ;"'
to engage the Joe members Shelia Westbrook, Lyn- 1 I .: I:

orchestra of Daytona Beach. I da Revels, Sharon Townsend, I LETTER OF THANKS

Betty Moore and Margie Kinney Allida Tucker, Barbara Weaver, I The. family of W. H. Deen extends is hereby given that a municipal election 1

4 r were named as.. a commit-I Grace StefUk, Michele Steflik,.1 'to the whole communitytheir will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on t

tee for reservations and Beverly Cummings, Sue King. gratitude and appreciation Tuesday, the 6th day of March, A. D. 1962, for the ?

may be purchased from any Heidi Eisenbach, Lorraine i for the beautiful floral offerings purpose of electing three City Commissioners, and ..

/0'" member of the' club. Wyndham. Also Managers Bren- i I I and many tributes paid to' him. ,all persons desiring to have their names printed!! \:
Mrs. Kinney' used the Valen- da Tucker and Nell Johnston; : upon the official ballots as candidates are required,

tine theme ,in. her,refreshmentcourse. I I Coach Miss Santa Bradley, and I II I CARD OF THANKS to file written notice of their intention to be can-'

The, next meeting will I Miss Eloise' McClure. I I would like to our didates iri the office of the City Clerk on or before
express 1
be held at the home of Mrs.I f. .11-thanks and deep appreciation to the 23rd day of February, A. D. 1962. .
Moore in 'Bimini. Mrs. Moore
i I l friends for the many
the door
won prize. lI Robert Cook and his joom- nesses and expression of kina-I Notice is further given that the registration : .

I mates, Jack Thompson and John thy during the illness books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open ;

Struck 'of Savannah, Ga., visitedat the death of Mr. John L. Swain.I for registration of voters to and including the 23rd I "

iS I the home of Robert's parents would like also to express day, till 12_ Noon, of February, A' D., 1962.

1 l Mr. and .Mrs, Bob Cook,' last" our appreciation 'to the doctors
Tuesday and Wednesday. They: and nurses for their wonderful I
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MELVIN:LYNN SMITH. are all students at the University I care- r, -. i

it Mr. and :Mrs. 'G. 'C. Smith, of of Florida in Gainesville, Mrs. J. L. Swain. ': .;- City ClerkFebruary r St
t, Eustis are the parents of a son and on the football teams. V .

born February 3rd at the Eustis I I Mr. and Mrs.' Cook entertained subscribe to The Flagler Tribune 1-8-15-22-4tc .' "

Hospital He has been given' the,I I them at a dinner Tuesday eve I S2JSO ,A Year 'In Advance y
name' of :Melvin Lynn. ning and had as ,a. guest Ronnie "

He is the grandson of' Mr. and Canakaris of Bunnell who recently t

Mrs. A. C. Rodgers of Bunnell. received a football schol- ,

Mrs. Smith is the former Miss arship to the University. Ronnie .. I '.. .

,( June, Rodgers of BunnelL I I will 'enter t.he' university in the ;
I, Visiting Mr.. and Mrs. 'Don II ;:

Moore are Mrs.. Moore's parents; .--', .y. '.' ,. :y

Mr. and Mrs.. Sawyer. of Waynes- :Mrs. Virginia Kiwala' .nd Mrs.L. \ : '

vide, N. C.. L. Harris are,'visiting in Panama : 'I

/ City this week with Mr. and if' : .' : J \ : '"
Mrs. Robert Bertha underwent Mrs. Lamar Harris. Jeff 'Harris '

major surgery at the local hospital who has spent the past three ,, : : "

Saturday. She is reported weeks here with his grandparents ; .. .
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., as improving. .. ; ,..'Mr: and Mrs 'L. L. Harris. ", i
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You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror" !'

his asSistant.'will be present in the various pre- -,... \"" ..\,

cincts on the day and hour shown below for the -\ }yArr .

I, purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal I J Ii I.I. : j

r and Intangible Property,--and applications for Home-

stead and other, exemptions.Precinct ': \\1 i "

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,No., BunnelL, Tax, Assessor's Office Friday February 1 'iq ; ,:
23, 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. .
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Precinct No. 4-Bunnell Post Office Friday February : I
23rd. 2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M., y <& ,.. ,

Precinct No. 2 TUesday. .' ...., ...........A... '" (. .
,, -Flagler' Beach Post Office February .
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27. 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M., % )
Precinct No. 5-A-Animal Land. Tuesday February 27. t' . ',' <. l' .
10:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.?!. .

Precinct No. Espanola.. County Polling Building Tues- : !1' '

.- day., February 27 11:30 A.M.. to 12:00 Noon.. ."Weather-proof"your washday: "il .

Precinct No. 3-A-Korona- White Eagle. Tuesday February r i *-, li :; ,.' r
27. 1:3LP.M. to 2:00 P.M. Sudden showers hold dread when all b
no you dry CLOTHES fV'\... ..
Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Townsend Store. ,Tuesday February , '. y'ourwashablesindoors...evenatmght..mafiame- .
}f I 27 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. less Electric Dryer, of course You put an end to BETTER THE J 1

r weather ...to lifting,lagging and hanging out AY..:. '.
1 F r Precinct No., 4-St. Johns Park. Community Hall Tuesday. wet wash..and have more time for your family. MODERN'W' . ,,
February 27 3:30 P.M:. to' 4:00 P.M. ELECTRIC Y I "
r .. A name-free fume-free Electric Dryer dries clothes . 1"A. '
The Tax Laws require'that you file a return on minutes..absolutely odorless and safe for even the See your / .' f'I' e- '"" "

Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard- most delicate fabrics.No sun-fade,no wind-damage, electric appliance .i {

less of the amount before April 1st and I no dust-smudge! Everything comes out fluffy-soft f. _
am dealer today '
and color-bright. .many pieces need no ironing. ___ ,..' : i ;
required to assess,, a ten percent. penalty upon, your
For complete freedom.from washday drudgery -:
failure to do so.'
all-electric in your laundry....automatic Electrjc
; All applications for exemption must also 'be Washer, flamefcss Electric Dryer, "sit-down" Electric e + Q1 ,

before, April 1st. The',Tax Assessor's Office Ironer and super-fast super-safe.Electric Water 'ti .
I', filed Heater for all the hot water you need when you need it.
is open from: 8 :00 A. Mi to'12 :00 Noon and 1:00

/ to 5:00, P.M. and we ,will be glad. to :assist. .you, .
possible.. N : x-. '. < / -

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, 1 - I Games Wednesday:?, February- STRANGEST ANIMAL I I where' Its thick, soft fur is ofh.n

r 21, Zazas vs. Rinky Dinks; Collegians One of the world's strangest I I made into rugs. Most are rock- "I'I'I

f ,: vs. All Stars mammals is the hyrax, a tailless dwellers, but a few live in trees. ,

cony-like creature about the size. Zoologists are especially inter-

. CALLAHAN TAXES SJRC of.a Belgian hare. The animal ..ested in the hyrax as a curious
I'" ,
TOURNAMENT CROWN lives in Arabia and East Africa, relative of the elephant. ijI .1
i Bunnell Bulldogs opened the I __. 'j'jI

l' i tournament play against D & B

[ By Leslie Pacha :whom they defeated.. The Bull- ; A J
doggs met the Baldwin Indians |
t" BUNNELL GIRLS WIN DISTRICT .:team started to pickup momen- 1
their second round of play. ,
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TOURNAMENT OPENER jtum I through greater team play. I Ir -
'JThe! Bulldogs ran into one of
They looked better and startedto j jI I AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING i ELECTRIC SERVICE :
" Bunnell girls won the opening I I those, nights when they were I
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I get the feeling that they were I Ii i
t- game of the St. Johns River I cold. The Indians took the game FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE
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Conference tournament by def -I;}When a team attains 'such a ,39 to 30. CO. i BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY I.i I.j jI

jating Taylor High 5331. feeling, everything will bet The Indians played Taylor Of Daytona Inc I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL ,
,..,- for go and ,defeated 55 46 AIR CONDmONING-HEATlNG COMMERCIAL & MAINTENANCE i
ShSJUa Westbrook hit [ were to Taylor I I ""'1I
: fI' ter; Every girl from now on CALLHUBERT '
the first quarter : i played Callahan for the GENERAL SHEET METAL PELLICER I
points will feel they are champs which ,I I
the on Taylor. \ I finals: The Ramblers got off to "We're Proud of Our Work" I lID 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT f
put tamper means, of course, that they will 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7.6120
their stride fast start and held to the
the girls I a on I
have to play even better because I
in good fashion<< they werd going I every team will ,be playing bet thin .margin and were crowned I Il AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S _i Ii i GARDEN SHOP !

, into the Baldwin game with I I ter ball. Remember girls; every- j l champs. The score by t periods: I i Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter

k- a 10-game winninb,\strea.L body wants to, beat the champs.I Callahan 17 32 45 51: (I for Gardening: Need. I
' ''Bunnell 'Goft P Sheila Taylor 7 24 38, 48 Service Station Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement '
Westbrook had the misfortune l Materials J
!F-; Sue King 1 4\5 6 I of missing the Baldwin I. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers t i i

f': Sharon Townsend 7 04 .14 I game because of injuries received -II y!EMERY AND McMILLAN Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS t' i

f Sheila Westbrook 6 4.12.16 I in the Taylor game.. I 1,I MAKE ALL-CONFERENCE. Bunnell ID 7-7119, 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-05J t, j jI'
;'. 3 1'-1 7.t Bunnell Bulldogs, Callahan ORMOND .:
Heidi Eisenbach .I wish you a speedy recovery. ,II III I i I I .
Barb Weaver 1 1-2 3:t Ramblers and the Baldwin In. I
t. All1da Tucker 3 1-7 7 I ,Miss Sarita Bradley, djans each placed two men on I I J

I did a wonderful job the coach'l I I all-conference team: I I THAT FAMOUS PAINT
21 '1132 53(I seasons. I extend congratulations Emery, Bunnell; S. Melt Taylor GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I .
!! Exclusively at
Open 7 A.M.: -10 P.M.-1 Days ,
McMillan Bunnell Adams
G Ft P'r ; ; .
Taylor to all-Bunnell girls and I '
Sandra Cowart .3 7-10 131 Coach Bradley. We also had: i Baldwin; Davis, Callahan. State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 ,I I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

Evone Crosby 5 0.3 '10 i three of our girls to make all- Demotte, D & B; Galloway, I 1JC'RNl .

Eleanor Sweat o 0-0 0: conference-Sheila Westbrook, i Baldwin; Colvard, Crescent City; I Colonial Service Station
Callahan Jackson} < Father EARL.-E. RICE.. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION [ Flagler Beach HE 92103Village
Marlene Sweat 4 0-4 8 'I forward; Grace Steflikr guard; I Cooke, ; ,

__. and Freshman Beverly Cummins -I Lopez: I- toI '
12 7-17 31 Bunnell Bulldogs play Hast- MOTOR TUNE-UP Hardwar- Center
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: guard. I I
:.ings Tuesday Looking for their HOUSE PAINTS I.

BUNNELL GIRLS DOO'D ITI 10th win Friday night, the Bulldogs i U.S. HIWAY 1 -- BUNNELL :I j I :Match and mix any color ,

Well the Bunnell-girls became BARBER TO HELP COACH' go to Callahan and play I ED'S I Builder's .Supplies, BUtchenwctre.: 4

., Baldwin 43- IN SPRING TRAINING the Conference Champs Satur- GIFTS GREETING CARDS' :
champs, defeating
" 41. Bunnell hit ,fast in the first spring baseball training day night. Father Lopez will AlA Ormond 'Beach' CL ,20420J .
' Boys Specializing in Wash & Waxing
be at Bunnell
r. quarter and took the lead, 14.4 II.II.f' season will open soon. We are the gym. TiresBatteriesAccessories \

; with Sharon Townsend, Allida going to have Shelton Barber to RECREATION DEPT MINOR REPAIRSu. J JEWELER

E Tucker and Barb Weaver run-. help us. I am going to try to 'Hvry. Bnimell-flD 7-3138 1
ning the score. -
up get one more coach. I am get-
:? In the second quarter ; Dianne ting baseballs, bats, and glovesfor SPRING TRAINING BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I ,DiamondS-Diamond Setting "-
= I Only a few days are left before Fine Jewelry and Gifts
Griner to rolling and Baldwin
r got the 'catchers. I am also get
; The opening of baseball spring I I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
f" was behind 2016. third .
machine '
. ting our batting ready.I training on' ,February 21. BAR &, .COCKTAIL j Watches '
quarter Sharon Townsend and I sure hope that every boy LOUNGE
I The recreation departmentwhich i -Jewelry'Clo'cks Repaired
f' Dianne put on a (show of shooting 1 will get a chance to play and has Shelton Barber to as- I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056
s both of them scored 11 I when we form teams every boy FROM '9' '
I I sist. Cliff Sheffield, former Bun- .
., points. (will' play. I had five different FURNITURE ..
L '_ nell Bulldog player, will help Ocean Blvd AlA ,
Flagler Beach
The defensive play of our parents ask me- about the spring. I .I
.. +the yoUngsters. Cliff, who starredfor Ormond Bedding ,and _.
in check
;. guards kept Baldwin trainingwhen' I outlined it to j I
the in late 40's Furniture Co.
Bulldogs the MILLAND BAR AND
, in the last :quarter and we won them they just couldn't believeit. !
and was manager of the Wads. COCKTAIL LOUNGE Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
our 11th straight game and also I 'sure hope parents will come I '

:.' became champs.. and see what we are going to worth Lumber Co. champion I Eddie & Mary Shultz' Props. $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
softball team in 1961, at the PACKAGE GOODS R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
C' Bunnell G Ft Pts do. \\As we go through our spring i
r- Sue King 3 '3-11 9 I I training program I will give reports present time is managing the 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a. m. 69 Granada Ormond Dch. OR'7-6411

Alljda Tucker '2\ 1-5 5 on our boys. All-Stars team in the city basketball Ocean Blvd-Finder Beach )

Heidi, Eisenbach 0 0-0' 0 league. PAINTS
'- This baseball program has BETH'S SEASIDE I
Spring training :will be held
r: Barb Weaver 6 0-3 12 .
been my pet project for many -
back of the school gym each BAR & GRILL JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
t Sharon Townsend 6. 5-7 17 years. I also had one man on FOR FINEFOOD
Wednesday 4 -to
mind to fit into tills I
my pro-
5 P.M. All should
boys bring Paints-Finishes
t' 17 9-2643 he .
gram, to help and finally
t, Baldwin G Ft Pts consented to help out. Shelton I gloves, and if they have an> I 3- mi. N. of Flagler on AlA i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper ,

c :. Iris Higginbotham 1 4-10 6 Barber will be the assistant. old baseball bring them along. Open 7 A.MU P.M. 38'W. Granada-Ormond
Also, if they have baseball I
r caps. ORange 7-0761
\ Dianne Griner 12 3-6 27 Next week we are going to BUILDING SUPPLIES
For the first few. days the f
Mary Kilgore 2 2.7 6 give out baseball slips ,in the
I will orientation (ROOFER
boys get only on
Vickie Robinson 0 0-1 0 fourth, fifth and sixth grades. l WICKLINE
baseball .So, let's go boys! See
Donna Fouraker 1 0.6 2 Parents who have boys livingout
. J .you all Wednesday, February 21. Building Supplies Manufacturers of
in the country, please give
. : f 16 9-3O41 them a chance toplay.. at 4 P.M., II CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS' Cement Tile RoofingALL

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I' I Dependable Service
I : HWY. N.
, Well we finally did It. The BASKETBALL. STANDING 1=C Registered 'I ORange 7-5177, 7-1733

t Bunnell girls became champs. 'W L P i BOTTLE GASHARRIS
Real Estate BrokerBunnell. .
Watching the team this season,I jZazas t 4 0 1000 I BOTTLE RESTAURANT

it looked like we were going{All Stars 3 1 750 I .. Florida GAS
, to have a good season, but then .1[Rinky Dinks '1 3 250 ....-.-.-......_............................. I FLAGLER COUNTY'S BULK ONLY J SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT .
t" somewhere along the line the 'Collegians 0 4 000 -T Lunches-DInners-SandwIches
PHONE ID 7-3551
It.. Automotive Specialty Center I Help Flagler County Grow 152 W Granada Ormond Beach ,

J You WiIlWant Firsthand. I 1IHAKES HARTS RELINED AND LABOR 915.85 By. Shopping at Home Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at ):


S \ "V Information'What 540 Mason Ave. Daytona Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RIGHT Shrimp-Steok-Chops-Chicken ON THE BEACH ,.

GAs Behind the CL 38113'DAYTONA Sandwiches and Shakes
on I
t. I FREE PAINT BEACH Sandwiches and Pies

One extra gallon of your choice BREAKFAST ANYTIME
f Iron! urtain"j j with each jralloi- you buy Quilliari's Concrete, Inc. ,Ocean Spray Restaurant

"'. Mary Carter Paint Store AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
Earl of New York City has I' I
;v Poysti just 'A.la. e.taat..oplac Oater I I Used Furniture-Upholstery ..
"fc '
Returned from Russia &' Poland andBrinssfilm t JOE WELLBORN

slides showing conditions. LIVING COLOR TV I Oa Dallr S t. 6 ,Furniture & Upholstery
Phone ID 7-3188 .
I' THE WINDOW** 115 N. St. Bedding Mattreaa Renovating
Bay Bunnell .
4 Big i Nights! 7:30 p. m. Southern Radio & Television Furniture Uphoi.terlag-rFradea
:_ %Z1i'E.. Granada ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-2081 DRUG STORES 1094 Flomiah Holly Hill-Cl. 3-2275

t. February 21 ;thru 25 :--- -_ '-.I Moody's" Pharmacy PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS


r COMMUNITY MEMORIAL CHURCH. PHARMACY Flaeler Count *. Comer Drug Store The Flagler Tribune'

I Sick Jllom'SuppUesSunddes PRESCRIPTIONS ,

Flagler Beach j HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Publishers Printers
I 24-Henr, :Presexipttea Service I I
Invited No Charge :Free Delivery la Beach FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone ID 7-3282 .
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q *t d/oiz4J 1 1 II Unless you can plow an arrow- i trees and shrubs includes a you can 'afford them), a saw ,I NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS'

straight furrow across a 40-acre good hawk bill knife, shears, and a pail to carry the wound ', Notice is hereby -given that the

I" field, don't try to trim a formal hedge shears (electric if dressing. undersigned under provisions of
1 large
(By .Hervey Sharpe) I Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida.
hedge without a line cord. Re- - - -- Acta of 1941. will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
Plants, are like people- they member, a mistake with the and for Flagler County. Florida,

look better with an occasional t shears takes months to cover I upon receipt of proof of publicationof
INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest I this notice the following fictitious -
"hair-cut. up. With informal hedges you' name to-wit: Marineland.
Fruit Shop under which I am engaged -
can take chances, ,as your purpose in business at Marineland.
However, -plants are not style- is merely to keep the plantsat 1 I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM Florida. That the person interestedin
minded. They prefer an 'ole I' said business enterprise is:
least on your side of the i EDWARD B. SHULTZ.
I fashioned, windblown bob' over line. Dated at Marlneland, Flagler
1 property ;T County Florida. February 5. 1962.
-flat-top.. H. T. COOK AGENCY
: Feb. 8-15-22 & Mar 5-4tc
1 In pruning ornamentals, especially :
Swimming off too
many where they are. growing: Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Floricf""' IN AND FOR KLiAGLKIl COUNTY -
will only let scaled their .
in grouPs, banksand other:
NO. 608
,"brains," but it may.not spare crowded locations, ,exercise care i __ A \\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS

.enough greenery to keep them in hackngoQt dead wood. Study' I. \ RE ESTATE OF -.
healthy .s. the situation carefully first. Be 24 HourWrecker ceased.
all creditors and a
The important types of. pruning sure to make your removal cut Service haling claims or demans persons against

'. are winter t summer, formal, where the branches are joined 1 saili 1: u.estate and :each of J ou- are hereby -

informal and Pinching. Pinching to the main stem or, at least, I tiotifled and required to present -
; I. I Truck & Tractor Co any clalrpir and demands
well into the wood
plants is a safe practice because green area, I which* you. or>gTther of you may

they don't slap back. It,, so that there will be a ready I ASSEY-FERGUSON haveVgainsttfie estate ,of deceased.ROBERTWELAIERSCHAEFER

; is a'form of snipping out tender i I renewal of branches to fill ins I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment late the Hon.oW.Klagler:T. K.County.McKnight Florida County, to
the I
delinquents, shoots' before they vacancy.If I Judge of Flagler County at his
become hardened offenders. I the hole is too unsightly, 1 Bunnell, Florida Phones Day ID 7-3242 office I in the County Courthouse, in
I Bunnell,
County Florida.
f then place a potted plant in the Night ID 7-3529 within six calendar nqonths from
1 Winter pruning as implied, is t t the date of the first publication
gap as a stand-in until nature VIRGIL, DECKER RALPH DECKER hereof. All claims and demands
making with the shears during I comes to the rescue. Owner Parts & Shop :ManagerT.M. I not presented within the time and
the-- dormant season. .Summer II in the manner prescribed herein
Equipment required to prune I shall be barred as provided by law.
pruning is trimming plants dur- Dated January 22nd, A. D. 1962.

ing the growing season. Formal i As SOPAL Executor WINDSOR of the Last SCHAEFER Will and

pruning refers to keeping a Testament of ROBERT WEL.MER.
SCHAEFER, Deceased.
specimen plant or a hedge .. TO TilE EXECUTOR OR
; '.. trimmed to a fancy shape, and The above ADMINISTRATOR notice must be pub-
noti.to the attire of the gardner. y lished in a newspaper published in
Flagler County once a week for
Informal clipping is merely F } b. four (4) publications' and the proofof
helping nature make the plant such publication (which will be
I i furnished you by the paper) filed
look 'natural.There ', in this office.

are/ several pruning Jan. 25 & Feb. 1-8-15--ttc County Judge.

I principles, according, to Universe
ity of Florida ornamental ex SEVENTH! JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT
They say that small shrubs I ERV CASE! NO. 4412 '
I' should be pruned in such a wayas Plaintiffvs "

to keep them beautiful. Also, -

branches should be cut to a bud \S: F-- 1s T DANIEL, C. WALTERS DefendantIN

or another branch, as this insures {.,< THE NAME OF THE STATE
rapid healing. over the : Daniel C. WaltersP.
O. Box 46Morganville '
wound. w us New Jersey
Other guid lines for pruning rF .. 1 You are hereby required to file
: and serve your answer to the Bill
k include a double-cut approach :. of Complaint filed herein againstyou
when lopping off larger branches in the above entitled causeon
or before the 12th day of March.
to cope with uncontrolled split S. A.D. 1962, upon H. T. Cook. Es-

ting. First,t cut the limb off quire whose addressraisatCitizenshBank
about 18 daches- from the trunk, : Building. Bunnell. Florida. ""The
Flagler Tribune" is hereby desig-
then make the second cut ,a nated as the newspaper" In which
this order shall be published oncea
smooth job at the ,collar of the : : week for four consecutive weeks.
swelling at the. trunk. It is a : HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE-
good'practice to coat all .large ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
cuts with a waterproof material.If nature of this suit la a Bill

don't have a special plant for Divorce.
you WITNESS my hand and seal at
pruning dope, then any good Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida,
this 1st day of February. A. D.
paint will do.; 1962. .

Pruning of plants used mostlyfor (Court Seal E. A. SMYTHS;
As Clerk of the Circuit Court.
mass foliage should be done 1 Flagler County. Florida.
I Feb. 8-15-22 & Mar. 5-4tc '
in the winter'months just before

the time'of the initial bud IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
growth. At this season ah: early IN CHANCERY NO. 4411

plant(hair will shape the shrubs 'S : FRANK LEE LIGHTFOOT Plaintiff

and set the plant off In the right V8.AunOARET .

direction so that it will require LIGHTFOOT Defendant.

R minimum ,care throughout the NOTICE TO DEFEND
growing season Q : MARGARET LIGHTFOOT
Pruning flowering plants Is' T Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a
tricky business. A general and 4 suit has been filed against you In

safe rule to follow is to learn the : are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer

habits of the flowering shrubs, with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
and in the winter prune only the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney

those that bloom on wood .,of whose CHARLES name and J. address LUKE II is:

the current season's growth. For Suite 200, Seabanc Building
Beach, Floridanot
those shrubs that ,bloom on second Daytona later than March 1,, A. D. 196%.

year wood, then, prune r'i If you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou
shortly after they .are through for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
blooming. said suit being for divorce.
By using this type of plant WITNESS my hand and seal of
psychology, then it is possibleto .and just 4 days to cutting \ -. said ary. Court D. 196 this%. 29th day of JanuOfficial -

the plants in . ( i+pal) E. A. BMYTHE
keep proper -lk of said Circuit Court
shape and at the same.time 'se tC1 Julia>R. Harvey Clerk.

cure maximum bloom. DIBROM was made for moments like this. .When the right insect control can make Feb. - Deputy, v

Formal hedges should be Only minutes after spraying, every looper, ,the difference between market price and cull IN THE 1 CIRCUIT T OF

trimmed in early spring and that's been hit will remember DIBROM. Or FLAGLER COUNTY, F RIDA
aphid or cabbage worm price, as one enthusiast -CHANCERY NO. 440t

summer, depending on the nature be dead or: dying.Yet the crop will be entirely put it: "DIBROM can sure bail you JOH* RICHARD MACKEY.Plalntiff. --. .

of, the plants. Of.courseyou free of DIBROM by the time it is cut. out of trouble." I VB. s... .

can sneak in' a light top One reason DIBROM is so effective is its RLTH LENORA MACKEY A

l cutting at any time of the year, fast kill (A big advantage in rainy weather, Helping the World Grow Better if if NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND

so long as foliage snipping isn't when slower-acting insecticides can be TIIERUTH OF FLORIDA.MACKEY TO:
'drastic as to leave ragged washed off before they do their job)..It kills *.S---S- I I Residence UnknownYou

appearance. on contact. Gives,, a thorough clean-up of suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you In a

-- I more than 130 different insects -includingmost ORTHODIBROM9 the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer -
resistant ones. And in all stages of with the Clerk of this Court
Community and to serve a copy thereof upon
I growth except eggs and pupae. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney

Memorial Church Another reason: The short residual life of .. whose MAURICE name and WAGNER address is:

I DIBROM. You can use it up to .four days of 216 South Palmetto Avenue
... Daytona Beach. Florida
... .tlo..1 y
t 1 l.ter-de harvest on most crops (it's registered for use not later than February 22. A. D..

AIR CONDITIONED on 35). Results on broccoli, spinach and 1962.If you fail to do so. decree pro.conteno .

Daytona Ave.' I abbage for instance have been will be entered against
; spectacular. you for the relief demanded in the
FLAGLER BEACH bill of complaint. The nature of
; said suit being for divorce. '

.Sunday School 10:00 A.M., -. CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION,P.O.&.7067 Orlando. Florid i WITNESS my hand and seal of
I : said Court this 18th day of January -
S- -
Church Service noo.A.M.. > .. A. D. 1962. 0

. ... . (Official E. A. SMYTHE
R.EVERYONE W. DICKERT WELCOME,, Pastor: ". i I - J'o ._ :....:. -.,,,"- ;..-_:.. ,. .1.. 1.-_ .... ._,.,.' _' ........ _- --_.... ,-_"' .._'.__-:-Z ZV _. ......_-.. .,.? ..-- By of Julia said Circuit R. Harvey Courts

Jan 25 & Feb. 1.8-lS-p-d4tc
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i Rev Earl'S. Poyti years in ministering'among the tice. Mulch will also keep down white potatoes. ] Architects recently --nave been ',.-J i

: Slavic peoples of Europe' and weed growth, add organic matter (!J- Florida Fruit and: Vegetable using steel wire rope, long noted . ;.ii

: concluding his term of serviceby to the soil and promote bet :Association was, requested to' for its use in spectacular suspension i

{ To ,Preach Nights, a ministry in Poland and a ter growth this summer by keep.ing 1:I draw up a ,program: of intensified bridges, to achieve column .
visit to Moscow, Rusia. the plant's root system cool. self-help to bring the meritsof -free space in gynasiums, i'
At, Beach Church
.: The Community Memorial I During bloom, or immediately the Hastings potatoes to the assembly halls, airline terminals "s'I : '

". (Continued from,page 1) Church invites the public to I after bloom, is a good time to attention of buyers and con. : and airport' hangars.. .,, yi'... I
'i I Poysti these dates throughout the country. .. .. :!
; i -' cannot make the message of the hear Rev. on transplant azaleas, camellias sumers I 1Jl

Gospel known. "and hear first-hand I a report on and dogwood. Transplanting is In addition to advertising, ... ... :It.',
what goes on behind the Iron a major risk for the plant..Disturb promotional events will be held'in .; ,
The Gospel Furtherance Society f '
',,t"-:, conducts its principal' min I I Curtain. as few roots as possible in cooperation- allied indus i
istry on the continent of .Europeto .. I the operation., Also, apply well- tries solicited to aid in the pub-

refugees escaping from be-. I rotted organic matter in the hole .licity of this crop. Ernest "Walton"a

!hind the Iron Curtain. The Re r--e ardening In FloridaBy with the roots plus ample quan St. Johns County Agent P. R., "' "
', Richard L. 'Robinson is executive tity of water. Be .sure the soil P. R. McMullerr said that "There v Johnston, Jr. '
I is moist around the plant until there is indication for a i ,
4."t director of the mission. THe en- Hervey Shorpe I every ,' ..
ministry is made possible I its is well put of the danger of I I bumper crop of exceptionallyfine '

b use, of the cooper Ion of It's a, good idea to begin your shock from being transplanted. quality resulting from the FOR t
gladiolus schedule -i iI /
planting ideal weather conditions which
-cnurSbes and pastors her in theIlniteoSgtates. .(.
now to Insure a. supply of I have prevailed during the plant-
Recent Meet of
'. !I:the tall-stemmed flowers thru ing season." CITYCOMMISSIONER ,I
Son -
Ttev. PtJS tl is home fur. "
out the. summer. For a continuous '
: I
;i"- : lough having erved nearly four supply* make your Plant.I'' Potato CouncilA I that Chairman detailed Bruce,promotional.Gray advised plans ,

ings about every three meeting of the advertising will be announced as they are
About five weeks after the ,
[ CLASSIFIEDADS and promotion committee of the developed.
flower spikes bloom, the bulbs :I North Florida Potato Council ,Members of the committee in Your Vote and Support

are 'read yto dig. Loosen them was recently held to formulate, ,addition to.Gray are: George' 0
;. with a shovel and, pull up the I plans for promoting the 1962 Beach, A. A. DeLorenzo, Z. G. Will Be AppreciatedHereto

top. Next, clip off the top closeto crop of the famous Hastings Holland and W. A., Pursley. .1
' : < Utlng under thus heading apes the bulb, dust with DDT and
T : cent. per word each Insertion. -- .------ -
r' 75 cent !. minimum .charge store in a well ventilated, warm
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place until the old bulbs can be
: :LOST-14-ft. boat with motor. I
broken off easily
: Lost on Inland Waterway canal. C
Bulbs are usually "cleaned"two
:Reward to finder. Call Mrs. .Lula -\
.. weeks after: digging. Press 1't'
'. 'C
: Guillette HE 92159.
the base of new bulbs in Sper- I

i: FOR SALE-Hotpoint 0 refrigerator : gon or Arasan dust and sprinkle ;

"'t 0 11 cu.. ft., very good condition with 3to 5 per cent DDT dust

i: $35.00. Call 801 Lambert to control thrips. Store the bulbsin
..' 'S1. 2-15-ltp a cool, dry place. Refrigeratethe what Q has dons;
t bulbs at about 38 degreesif

f. .LOOK-Splendid! Rawleigh business they are to be held for staggered At last count there were 1,499,927Chevrolet

t-, available in Flagler Coun planting several months I ci:; trucks over 10 years old still

; ty. Exceptional opportunity for later. working-424,381, more than
F' industrious person. See Frank 'Nasturtiums planted now will

p; ,. W. Massey, PO Box 74, ,Anthony, give an abundance. of color for other make.

or write Rawleigh, Dept. FAB about two months. Stake 'carnations .

360-18( ,Memphis 'Tenn. and snapdragons for long, .

;\ Feb. 15 & Mar.'1.83tp straight stems: You'Jl want to I :; TJ

I disbud carnations, to only one
k' ,
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, __ _
I bloom per stalk 'and sucker ;the ..L'
I large living, dining area, carport
snaps., This eliminates{ competition
and utility room, CBS on .. .....
and will promote larger w..Y::: pkltrY': :%?: :
100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South
blooms. Poinsettias should be
t r
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf '
cut back now if you haven't >

.: SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable t d eit earlier Prune.them back I '

I rates George Jarosz, phone to about 12 inches 6f the groundor

ID 73410. 11.2 to 4-26-tp, back to live wood. \ f. 't

A number pf ,annuals can be .A ':. raYVmf01'. f ww.M.W
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- ?nif
planted during February, Including
'room house at north end of Palmetto '
aster balsam blue lace-
: ,
., Flagler Beach, on boat
flower celosia ,
( !canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -
flossflower mari
cosmos, gourd,
I. value, beautiful interior
gold, morning-glory, nasturtium,

.and. exterior $90.00 per rose-moss, strawflower, sun- ......... .. :.Y:
month for
September 1
occu flower, wishbone flower and,zin.
pancy. Contact present renters nia. AS

t or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona :;
Annuals that have large seed '
Ii" Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF
and those that do not transplant 'i?
"' Ocean front housekeeping apartments readily can be planted in open I I ..w.-.. ,,..:y ,
1 and bedrooms com- ground where, they are to bloom.

" pete with linens and all utilities. Sow the seed thinly in shallow J .

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, trenches, cover lightly with soil .. r....} .-
'f ,'loafl g. Day, week or month.j and sprinkle with a damping

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. )'off control. Covering the seeded i& ;

HE 9-2082 7-6tf j jJFOB area with burlap will aid .in' : 1SS2 CHIrJnOI.ETJ'DBMASTER TRUCKS, 0 "
1 holding in soil moisture until. i .

RENT f urnished"2 bedroom I,the seeds begin pushing throughthe ':
one :bath house, Daytona Ave., soil. Be sure to remove the '
1 : built befter. .work ,
IFJagler Beach. Completely renovated. .- burlap at this time. .: longer .

1 : $65.00 per month. Keys It's time to plant lima beans, .
.. ,
. can be picked up at Sullivan's beets, carrots, cauliflower, collards -

k' Gulf Station. Nov 10tfJOHNSTON'S i mustard radish, turnips When Chevrolet builds a truck: it examine this quality closely and I
k'S and corn. It's"a good idea to I
= 'builds a quality truck. This policy to take a 1962 demonstrator out .
i prepare the seedbed a'few weeks
.. J.before planting the garden and r'I makes sense. Chevrolet trucks for a good long test drive. Note

J TLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. j i'working :jn about four or five work'a long time.. cost less than the cab comfort, the good visibility I.

l1-'; LOTS,' HOMES OCEAN FRONT, i pounds of a 5.7.5 fertilizer per many other makes to operate and the smooth ride, the solid
.. ACREAGESee 100 square feet of garden space.' iItain'over the years . consistently feel of its quality. Compare Chev-

.. 11Lfor/ real f state needs Don't let, the March winds bring a higher trade-in rolet truck features with those
- your of soil moisIture. I
fee Phone gB 9-2242 I i cheat your plants price . and, as a result, are of other makes. Then decide which
:Mulching around woody '
f r.' idence Phones |D 7-3691 I I I[plants, annuals and perennials bought by more people. ,are your wisest investment. We're

j,. .: or 5> 7-3517 :is a good water conserving prac.' r We invite you to come in and sure it will be Chevrolet's.

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BULANC I Note how this Chevrolet A Chevrolet truck tails Quality Independent The standard 235-cu.-
r. PHONE VAlley 4.1625, ... t cab roof is mad of two Sate sturdier because front suspension fights 6-cylinder Chevrolet "
i" I sheets of metal,instead it has double-,t II construction . road shock more effect rue engine I has 4 ;
SERVICE. $p. AUCUSTINE. FLORIDA of one, with a layer of and strong tively than other types worked more miles than .
; felt in between as Insusteel chains in Iouthprovides more proIny other. There are
I latlon against cold, rubber acing to suptection for the truck nine more engines to.
Ambulance. Weare
;:.: : Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia heat and noise. port It. load and driver. choose from.

errice with promptness safety and .
at your
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.xpertasee. I y:I>""r;" -See your: Chevrolet dealer for trucks that keep running and running!

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