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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 22, 1962
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Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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50, NO. 7 ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR
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I Five Qualify I Nei EquipmentFor > 'j Winter Band j[Wisehaupt to Head Candidates For J


J As CandidatesAt Playground Concert Friday Group for ProgressHoward City Commission.

j Work was begun this week on Wisehaupt of Flag- J' -

building three new seesaws ler Beach said today he had[
Flagler Beach' I I I and repairing the old equipment;Evening in GymThe I commissioner there by a group I!Are Increasing

i'at the Idle Hours Playground., ]j I / "for progress.'
Five had qualified as candi- Mrs Bette McDaniel said that:!: Bunnell High School I I Three more candidates for .
L t dates for seats on the Flagler as soon as repairs are completed ,Band's annual winter concert I He said because of previous City Commissioner have qualified - }
I commitments
I Beach Town Comission at press club members will have a workday [will be' held Friday evening, during the year!}' to run in the city election ,
time. :Those running for ,the two at the playground. They 23, at '8 o'clock ,in the school he could not run this year. He(I|!bringing the total to 13 run

I seats are: R.M. Anderson, Mark plan to do some painting,-plan- gymnasium.As I also stated he had' agreed toj I'j ning for three seats on the com-
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heada "Comittee for
Dunson, Grady Prather, Robert ning, planting'and general beautifying a featured part of the concert Progress. 1 mission. The election will be
l Henderson,'and G. A. Smith. I the grounds. I the "Little Band," made up" Mr. Wisehaupt said the group J i i(I held on March 6th. Friday is
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Terms expiring on the commission I of students from the elementary will organize and plan to get 'the last day to qualify as a ,
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this year' are Dick I section of the school, will be I candidate in the election.
Mosby and Charles Bondy. Nei- I I presented performing several group believes, are best qualified I Incumbents1

.ither had qualified' to run at;!Tug Boat Man i I numbers just before the high "and who of the will town.work for the. I!election are running Harry Atkinson for re-,
time.Holdovers. school student's part on the pro- progress'
press I I C. B. Eisenbach, and Chester
: on the commission I Drowns in Canal I jgram.: Alex McKenzie. .Others who
Special interest will be directed -
this year are Thomas Duncan, have qualified as candidates are
Leonard Moody, and Harry J Doyel Wolfenbarger ,of Day- to the playing of highlights Four Way Test Day Frances Edmonson, Charles
Treadwell. Mayor GeorgeWick I jtona Beach drowned Monday from the Broadway.musical com- Chambers, T. P. Chambers, Clif-
t. line was elected last year for night 'when he fell from the tugboat edy "The Music Man," marchesby To Be Observed By ton E. Sheffield, Walton JohnI

a' two-year term of office. 'I Bob Jack into the East: John Phillip Sousa, an overture ston, Shelton Barber, Edward ,
Friday is the deadline for Coast Canal The tug boat, based on themes from Beet Bunnell Rotary ClubThe Abraham, Martin :McDaniel,

registering to vote in ,the March owned by Cleary ConstructionCo. hoven's Third Symphony, novel Zack Holland, .and J. H. Dawson. ;
6th election. Thursday,: March: .' ., ran aground about 1% miles ty numbers and the conductingof Rotary Club of Bunnell Is.I I Holdovers on -commission i
1st, for qualifying as a candi'*! ii1h"t''the'(; 'Flagler Beach In? two numbers by* high schooli planning .a series of special activities j are H. V. Peavy and Levi Bran-

date. land Waterway Bridge, where ;i i students. on Thursday, February:1 nam who is serving as 1
the accident occurred. I II J I! The student conductors are: 122 (today), to promote the use I I Bunnell has a mayor commissioner mayor. '

|I Wolfenbarger, 47, was born in I II ;Mary I Susan Brannam, daughter I lof the, Four Way Test by the. I I form of government. .
Auto Smashup Granger County, Tennessee; and i!jof Mr. and Mrs. Levi Brannam i I citizenry of our county ;I At press time 408 person .had ,
I moved.to Beach in 1954. I Bunnell and Mike Cook
Daytona ; |of son]j The Four Way Test has beena i qualified to vote in the city
He was a member of the Baptist l of Mr., and Mrs. Robert Cook of election. is the last
part of Rotary since 1932 and Friday day .
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1 On AlA Route I Church. IBu nell. 'has been promoted in 57 coun- to register before the books
1. He is survived by his mother, As usual, this concert is pre 2 close. Friday is also the last
tries by half a million Rotarians
jMrs. H. P. Ledward'of Daytona sented in dedication 'to the com- II j I to
good rule to live by. qualify as a candidate.
Kills 3 Injures 2 i Beach; 'a son, ,Freddie Joe of the munity of Flagler county in ap- l las a. ,
; 'U.S. Marine Corps;' a sister, preciation for its support of this F II. The Four Way Test is as follows !
It.
Mrs. Ann Rocker of Statesboro, phase of the school program. I : First, is' it the truth?, second Brannam Heads :
Edward Mitchum: of Artesia,
Ga.; his grandmother, Mrs. Belle 'Everyone is invited to attend.I is it fair to all concerned?,! ',
... North AlA, was killed and in four Wolfenbarger' o f Knoxville, There is something on the program -'1]I third, will it build good will and I Group of SmallMunicipalities
others critically injured a
., ]r Tenn.'e I i! for everyone .to enjoy. [better friendship?, and ,fourth, .
/ t.. two:car wreck.: Jour an..dy.half :..Tli .body forwardedtla' : !
miles north of Flagler,JBeach'"+f ; teas i -.' ---- ,. "4'S -' I will Jt,be beneficial_ *to,all con .
early Friday evening., Riding in 1!night to Rose Funeral Home in 1 I L I cerned. ., M j
I Knoxville for funeral services It is the earnest hope of Rotarians
the station wagon with Mitchum and interment. [ We Vote for Progress i IJ
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was his wife who was seriously I within the club that,, the Levi L. Brannam, Mayor of_ rl
enjured.Mrs. I Reading the!: letter to the edi- Four Way Test will find acceptance : Bunnell, was elected president I; I
tor this week "Flagler_ Beach 'by the people of our county I of the Central Florida League of II
: .. Carolyn R. Pyle of Jacksonville I Haw Greek Drainage Allies for Progress Proposal I and that it will be a meansof I!'.Small Municipalities at the '

Beach died in the local :: for its People," we began asking helping to build better business meeting of the group in Lake
hospital about three hours later. !! and personal relationshipsamong Helen Thursday night. Elected
Project gets-.Priority I i ourselves some questions about I I
Curtis Clinton Garcia, driver of our own town and county.We us I to serve with him were Clay
the, second car involved in the For Proposed SystemState think the _citizens of the In promoting the Four Way j I Gumby of Lake Helen as. vice
j wreck died about noon Satur { two sister' towns, Bunnell and Test the club is inviting a number (I president, and Richard Pearce of -
day. :Mrs. Pyle and Mrs. Alice Conservationist J. W. Flagler Beach, would do well to of our leading citizens to be I[DeLand as secretary-treasurer.
Chao, also of Jacksonville,Beach, I Hammett of the Soil Conservation take a good soul-searching lookat luncheon guests at the regular !: Leonard Moody, Flagler Beach/
1 F were passengers in the car driven ,,Service has advised the local our communities and find out i{meeting Thursday, at 12:30 atj|,town commissioner, was also I
by Garcia, :Mrs. :Mitchum and I SCS office that engineering why we are not growing. After the :Masonic Hall. At this meet- :j Defected' to serve as a member I'a
I Mrs. Chao were ,seriously in- assistance will be available finding the problems confront ing, Dr. Norman Crawford, dean !'of the board of directors. Other I

I injured and are receiving' treat- shortly ori the Haw Creek Water ing us we should then do some of student placement of Jacksonville J directors are Jerry Wosenski of

ment at the local hospital. shed Drainage Project, TilmanW. thing about it, University, will speak toj{Lake Helen, Claude Gilmore .of .

Funeral services were held Robinson, ,director of the local -I One of the leading newsletterslast guests and members on the Four I I,Orange City, and T. J. Jones' t of

I Tuesday morning in Jacksonville SCS office said. I I week issued a map showing Way Test. I Pierson. \
for Mr. Garcia. Services J. "'He, along with Area Conser-I a forecast of the' Upited I Dr. Crawford is an .outstand- The league accepted an Invitation .
were held at Jacksonville Beach vationist J. D. Griffin, were visitors I I States' population growth tori I lIng public speaker and an active i to meet in Bunnell for
i for Mrs. Pyle. Services will be in Flagler county last Wed- I the next 15 years. Florida is i Rotarian in the South Jacksonville i the next, meeting. which will be !

held this week in Bessemer, Ala. Inesday 1: ," Mr. Tilman continued.I"He designated as one of the three Rotary Club. At the, ,May 17.Those. ,:
for Mr Mitchum. ltet is a former. said that 'a new ,priority I I states with a predicted increase ![conclusion the meeting framed I from Bunnell attending ;
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resident< of Bessemer. I system recently instituted byj J Jof more than three times the. copies of the Four Way Test will :the meeting Thursday were Mr. ,
I the State Soil Conservation!I normal jncrease,of 30 per cent. 'I be presented to guests with the 1 and Mrs. Brannam, C. B. Eisen- I
.Board had put this watershed I What are we going to do about request that they place them in I bach and H.; V. Peavy. .
ahead of others with a. prior. ap I bringing part of this growth to some prominent place in their From Flagler Beach attending E
Funeral Held For I plication. An appropriate starting I our communities and county? places of business or in the institutions I were Mr. and Mrs. George Wick- ;

'date for engineering services I Are we going to sit Idly by and which they represent. lihe, Mrs. Henry Wilson, and "
Mrs. Grimes Sister 1 will ,, be announced soon." let progress pass us by or are At 2 o'clock Dr. Crawford will i Mr. and :Mrs. Leonard Moody.1

"TheFlagler 'Soil ConserVation we going to do something about speak' to the student body ,of
Last Saturday DIstrIct' Mr. Robinson continued making our towns and county Bunnell High School,on the Four B&WClub
"has recently received a something that would invite Way T st. At the conclusion of I
Mrs. L.. J. :Messervey of Elk- request from the Ormond Sports invite some of this growth to.his talk small copies of the Four 'Organized Here >
ton passed away Thursday in man Club for engineering as- our area? I Way Test will be presented to
a St. Augustine Nursing Home. sistance in building a dam Let's get together and work 1 all students and teachers. Two = C
She was the sister of Mrs Bertha across Bulow Creek one milesouth for progress, not only for the''I framed copies will be presented Thursday Night '
Grimes of Bunnell. She was: of the Flagler county line to the and school I I
Sister Towns but Countywide. principal the j Mrs. Gwen McGriff was elected i
83 years of age. in Volusia county. The Editor. I librarian to ,be. placed in the president of. the Business ,

Funeral services were held "In building the dam, a several school office and library. I and Professional Woman's Club
Saturday at the Craig Funeral hundred acre fresh water I An essay contest Is being j jat the organizational meetingheld

Home Chapel and interment followed lake would be created in South BUNNELL O. E. S. [presently conducted in grades I j Thursday night at the'
at Evergreen Cemeteryin Flagler and North ,Volusia, Mr. ,, 10 ..and 12 of the Bunnell' High Community Center. ,
St. Augustine. Robinson! added. "Somewhatmore WILL INSTALL School on the Four Way Test.I i Elected to.serve with her were. .. ,
I of the lake proper wouldbe I OFFICERS TONIGHTThe Prizes of $5, 33 and $1 are beI I:Mrs. Shirley Chambers, first vice :
She is survivedTby; her hus- in Flagler county, while the Bunnell Chapter Order of ing offered to the three best es- president; Mrs. Leona Eisen

band; three sisters, Mrs. Bertha'I proposed dam itself would be in Eastern Star, will install the officers says on the subject. These prizes bach, second vice president;
Grimes of Bunnell; Mrs. Lake Volusia county."According In an open ceremony tat will be presented to the winners I Mrs. Virginia Sullivan, record- i
Ackerman of Megetts, S... C.; +f to Norman N. Miller the Masonic lodge room tonight at the conclusion of Dr. Craw- Ing secretary; Miss Marie Mu-

lllssAda.. Martin of Charleston, who is spearheading the (Thursday), incoming. Worthy I ford's talk. zyka, corresponding secretary,
,S. c.; one brother, Rigg Martin drive for the dam, the creation' I(Matron Wanda Mercer said to- j I ,The Four Way Test Committee 1}i and Mrs. Frances Edmonson. I
of Youngs Island S. C. Also 1 lof the lake would turn a prac- day. of the club is headed by Dr. treasurer. .

surviving are three' grandchil- jtically worthless tide water j I The ceremony will be open to r John Canakaris as chairman,; Present for the meeting were R

ren,'several 'great-grandchildren, marsh into a fisherman's paraI !:the public and will begin at Jim Craig; Tom Lenssen, and Miss Margaret Linkous, presi- _
neices and nephews. I disc.." '8 o'clock. !Ray sturman as members. (Continued on page 8) "-


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NOTICE TINDER FICTITIOUS
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q I alf '.;, a E Ex ., undersigned under provisions ,
rF.F..ry j Q : I Chapter 20953. LAWS of Florida.Acts ,
of 1941. will register with "
the Clerk of the Circuit Court -in t q
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE and for Flagler County. Florida, .. '
upon receipt of proof of publicationof

. I J J'I A 1 Ib.I this name notice-to-wlt the :following Marineland fictitious '

i:;Fi Fruit Shop under which I am engaged -
a 37 in business at Marineland.

I II can I Florida.said That business the person enterprise interestedin is: J

EDWARD B. SHULTZ. ..
I '- _. Dated at Marineland. Flagler ,
Food Order MoreSouthern' I
I Limit One'with $7.00 or County. Florida. February 5. 1962.. i
,: i Feb. 8-15-22 & _Mar 5-4tc
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BANANASBetty lOe Notice is hereby given that the .."
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[ fi.. PEACHHES3 for6ge .T : :, lb. undersigned s under the provisions .
I' :. of Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida ,
Lg. Stalks Acts of 1941. will register with
the clerk of the Circuit Court in , .
BEACH SEEN.. Carol Easter
: CELERY 2 for 29c and For Flagler County. Florida;
who lives year-round at Miami Crocker. , n'' :.. upon receipt of proof of publication -
Beach, Fla., Is used to being a Lg. Pink Meat of this notice the following
CAKE MIXES 3 for $1.00 'fictitious name to-wit: .
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tourist attraction on the beach. Marine Novelties under which we .
are engaged in business at Marine-
land. Florida. That the parties Interested -
THE OUTBOARDER in said buatnea enterpriseare
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; ., MARINE STUDIOS INC.
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Authorized Evlnrude Dealer ': ) ; W. D. BURDEN.
OATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS . .' I Dated at Bunnell Flagler County -
'1 Florida 15th February. 1962. J.
Dockage Storage Tree. Ramp Feb. 22 & March 1.8.15-4tc .
WE FINANCE f
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
f .825 Ballough Rd-Daytona : SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1
PLAGLER COUNTY. IN CHANCERY __
CASE NO. 4412

TV SERVICE t, EVELYN WALTERS Plaintiff

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\ IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
f f .' Agent For FLORIDA ,
I TO: Daniel Walters
f P. O. Box 46Morganville
RCA & PHILCO I I1iI II New Jersey '
M You are hereby required to file
i TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD and serve your answer to the Bill ,J
of Complaint filed herein againstyou
AND INSTALLED in the above entitled causeon
I or before the 12th day of March.
TUBES TESTED FREEr A.D. 1962 upon H. T. Cook. Esquire -
plaintiff's attorney herein i t
''' I. .. ,whose'addrej1a Is Citizens Bank
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SII' ; '.. !if M"... : r Building Bunnell. Florida. 'The
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; Flagler Tribune" is hereby desig-
TV Bob ;. +. :, nated as the newspaper in which .
: this order shall be published oncea
week for four,consecutive weeks.
r} HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DECREE -
FLAGLER BEACH PRO CONFESSO WILL B}
PHONE 9-2204 I : ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
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SUCH FAILURE.The .
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I nature of this suit is a Bill .
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for Divorce. -
WITNESS my hand and seal at '
-Ib Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida, '

QJlje 1 IHlaglrr cHritmnpBUITXEXL i... this 1962. 1st day of February. A. D.

: \ ,, -.;' (Court Seal) E. A. RMYTHE /
FLORIDA : ., As Clerk of the Circuit Court I J
Flagler County. Florida.
/ Feb. 8-15-22 & Mar. 54tcIN
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COUNTY FLORIDA, )
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t i: IN CHANCERY NO. 4411
Designated<< Official Publication FRANK LEE LIGHTFOOT
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for Public Notice of FlaglerCounty Plaintiff.
LIMIT 5 PLEASE vs.MARGARET
Municipalities therein '. .- ..-- LIGHTFOOT '
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Defendant.
JJ and<< the State ef Florida World's Best Fresh Lean : '''''" NOTICE TO DEPEND .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

Entered ..-second class matter HAMBURGERAlways 3' $1391 PORK SHOULDER"39c MARGARET Residence Unknown LIGHTFOOT ,. 4'

Ibs. lb. You are hereby notified that a
February e.1513.at the .....toalee.t suit has been filed against you in c

Bnnnell Florida, under act ot I Shoulder the above entitled cause; and you
Good r are hereby required to file your answer -
March 3. 1970. with the Clerk of this Court
JIFFY STEAKS& I 10C ; LAMB CHOPS 39C and to serve a copy thereof upon
II lb. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
One, year_,- -12.50 VEAL CUTLETSea.. whose name and address is: .
CHARLES J. LUKE. II
etx month. i.$1.25. FRESH PORK STEAK Suite 200. Seabanc Building
lb.49c Daytona-Beach. Floridanot
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( :l later than March 1, A. D. 1962.If .
you fail to do so. decree pro l.
confesso will be entered against
t Armour's Shortening you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
'. said suit being for divorce. .
I. 25 FREE WITNESS my hand and seal of .
VEGETOLE 3 'Ib. said Court this 29th day of Janu .
1 STAMPS 47 ary. A.D. 196%. f
VALUE
TOP ] (Official Seal) said CircuitlCourt
with purchase of Clerk of -
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Feb. t-8-15.-Z2-4tc
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and this coupon Limit One with $7.00 Food Order or More IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF >::
FLAtiLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,

Coupon void 2-24-62 'I Rival one,can free Winter Garden Turkey & Beef Norman'IN CHANCERY Morman. NO. 44:0 .

DOG FOOD J5 for 73c T.V. DINNERS 2 for 89c Plaintiff ,

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I Joan of Arc 3 00 -: Mrs. Smith's 26 Defendant.
: FREE )cans :.. oz.
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VALUE STAMPS ; Henrietta Patterson Morman V
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with the purchase of Holsum '24 oz. I ,My T Fine .- Route 2, Box 32A V j '
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PEANUT BUTTER PIE CRUST MIX 2 for 25c Itockingham. Carolina- ,' --
3 pkgs. You are hereby_ nptifled that a :
ROYAL PUDDINGS, suit has ,been filed against you in
the above entitled cause: and you
& this coupon Quantity Rights are hereby required to file your answer -
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with the Clerk of this Court.
Coupon void 2-24-62 and to serve a copy thereof upon
1 Reserved the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address is:
Ray Selden
Prices Good Selden Building
Daytona Beach. Floridanot
5OFREE / later than March 22. 1962.
e rg If you fall to do so decree pro .
confesao will be entered against
OP-VALUE STAMPS Feb. 22-23-24 1962
you for the relief demanded in the r .
with $5.00 or more bill of complaint.: The nature of
said suit being for '
Store Hours divorce.
food order SHELTON SUPERMARKET WITNESS my hand and seal of .
and this V said Court this 15th day of Febru-
... coupon Week 8a.m.6:45p.mSat. ary. A. D. 1962.
at Shelton's Grocery i (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
8 am.900 I Clerk of said CIrcuit Court I
(Coupon void 2-24-62 BUNNELL FLORIDA p.m.: ,. By Julia n. Harvey
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I YWA FOCUS WEEK I i' I'
\ COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I !
CHURCH ,ANNOUNCEMENTSThe The Young Woman's Auxiliaryof
4 ( the Flagler Beach Baptist ':,;.:::.
services conducted by the Church concluded Focus Week AT '., .' ," .
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i. Rev. .Earl S. Poysti will start by having a Mother-Daughter
if tonight at the Community Memorial banquet in the church basementon : : : ;
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Church .and for four : flagler Food Stor
1., run Saturday evening. Table,decorations } :
nights. were in the valentinemotif r ,
f1 Rev Poysti is Slavic Secretary .and the theme was "YWAIn I ;

of the Gospel Furtherance SoI Our Hearts." I ;, Flagler Beach -
ciety and brings a most inter- Judy Stryker, president, presented I

esting message. The' public is gifts to ,Barbara Stryker . .

I-r Invited. as counsleor; to Mrs. C. Weaveras I 1: ,PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI: SAT. .FEB. 22.23.24, 1962 \'
--. I YWA ,Mother; and to Mrs. ',
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WOMAN'S ,CLUB MEETINGThe Agnes Lee; sepecial guest. Kay v _

I Flagler Woman's Club Weaver, Sharon Springer and ... I SELF SERVICE MEATS t
will have a social meeting on Marie ..'intermediate GA's, ---

Wednesday, the 28th.. The pro- who served during the banquet, J \
gram chairman, Mrs Harold were also presented gifts. Wil on's Certified aim River

Massie, has engaged a Bel-ALre Special guests in addition to WHOLE OR SHANK HALF SLICED -
jeweler to bring a display of the mothers were Rev. and Mrs. '
jewelry. He will also speak on A. F. Stevens, Judson Stryker
"Gems and Jewels." Hostesses and Mrs. Lee. HAMS .lb. 49 BACON lb. ,49
will be Mrs-Charles Bpndy and Their activities for the week
Mrs. Andy Jansic. included presenting a play ,during I
CENTER CUT _
Tender
the Sunday evening service Baby
FLAGLER BEACH '. I entitled "Wait A Minute." The SLICED BEEF :

GARDEN CLUB characters in the play were:

The Park ,Beautification' Project Barbara Weaver, an Americangirl I' HAM 79 LIVER 49U.S.D.A. !
lb.
Committee of. the Flagler ; Mrs. C. Weaver her.moth.' lb.
Beach Garden Club met Tuesdayat er;' Elaine Frailey, a Hungarian; .
"- the Sun Sea Manor. Those Kay Weaver, Hungarian child; Choice Larry's Home Made )

i present were: Mrs. Sara Martel, Judy Stryker, a Chinese; Marie CLUB PURE PORK :
1 Mrs. Sue Spivey, Mrs. Marie Fleurie, a Spaniard; Billy Ru-
Brede, and Mrs. Monica. Burn- mill, a Spanish child; Linda !
ham. Lowe, a Moslem; Nancy Fleurie, I ,STEAKS lb. 89 SAUSAGE lb. 49

The plans of. the park were a Negro; and Dfane Springer,
reviewed and each chairman a college girls.
Judy and Barbara directedthe
picked a section. Plants were
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discussed .and the following play and this :completed I MAXWELL HOUSE HENDERSQNS SUPERFINE

were approved: shore juniper, Judy's requirement: for :her ,Ci- I I
pfitzer juniper, russian olive tation Key.
Other activities* 'COFFEESUGAR
sendingtry
' and phapaphiles. These will be were
planted in the four corners of cards to six hospitals, taking
the park after' the soil has been part in the weekly prayer : '
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,, ; permanent properly prepared shrubs will and'these be the Hymn service,, "0 presenting Zion Haste the," YWA and ,: 29 lb. ;

beginning of overall'landscaping Barbara Weaver conducted a ; : 5 29

. ; of,the park.FLAGLER study course on Friday. eveningat can bag
the home of Judy Stryker. ,
BEACHMETHODIST This was combined with a social Limit, one with $S.OO or more food order. Limit. one with $5.OO.or more food ,order
CHURCH and Judy served hot chocolate :, .
with cookies at the con
Sunday school at 9:30 A. M., I clusion.Mr. Food King Shortcake 303 can Sunlite ,

service followed at by 10:30.morning All services worship are PEACHES 4 $IO TOMATOES 10e'
in and Mrs. J. C. Weaver accompanied for .
the
Woman's Club building.
their house guest, Limit 6 With Order
There will be special 'special: Mrs. :Mary Starling from Kalamazoo -
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music next Sunday morning by Mich., to Silver Springs I 46 oz. can Stokeley I f
the junior choir and a'Sunday 8 oz. Hunts
Saturday. tOMATO '
school party will be held on I II TOMATO

Saturday Mrs. R.afternoon N. Hoover.at'the homeof Rev. and Mrs. Claude Kiser";' JUICE :' ,4. cane for $100 SAUCE ,' 10e f

I accompanied by their daughter; I : _, ,". can 1,
Mrs. Nancy Taylor from Sara. .. .
WMU PLANS I
RUMMAGE
SALE
sota,. visited here during the : La Ruta .
The Woman's 303 Our F.
Missionary Society can
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weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William
CORNED
of the Baptist Church is I
Babbitt. Rev.. and Mrs. CUT GREEN .
planning to ''have a rummagesale Kiser are from Grover Town, i BEEF 39C
j an' '
BEANS '
on March 3rd in Bunnell ; IOCShurfresh
Ind., and have been spending :" . can .
to raise for painting the '
money
this month in Florida with their
interior of the church. Anyone

S wishing to donate; articles may daughter. 303 can Mustard, Collard
contact Mrs. Henry Shill, presi- I CHEESE & Turnip
with Rev.
I Visiting on Sunday
I dent. and Mrs. Atlee F. Stevens, Jr., SPREAD Z Icaf 6ge GREENS'
j WMU members who went to bc0
I were his parents Mr. and Mrs. ,
: St. Augustine :Monday eveningwere Atlee F. Stevens, Sr., from Jack-.. . ,
Mrs Atlee Stevens Mrs.
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sonville.WOMAN'S
Henry Shill, Mrs. Robert Rumill I Southland 80 count White

apd Mrs. Agnes Lee. They at- II I CLUB NEWS VANILLA\ . -, MARCAL .

Ancient tended a City sturdy Church course which at was the I guests Twenty-nine attended members the and business four WAFERS, Ill: II). Zge NAPKINS "pkir, 10e !
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i conducted by Rev. Glen ;
Taylor 1
meeting of the club Wednesdayat
I; They also visited with Rev. and ,
the clubhouse. A recorded Scott's' ;
I.. Mrs Taylor at their home be. of GFWC Food King Colored
re port the convention
\. fore going to the church. In Miami was heard by the OLEO 2 for' Zge TISSUE / roll IOe z

:_ J. Leonard Michaels of Boston,I groupMrs :E P. Fleurie told of the IN QUARTERS Limit 6 With Order
Mass., was a guest for several .
made toward numbering
days at the, home of his brother progress FROZEN
business homes and FOODSPRODUCE
'I houses
I and sister In law, Dr. and Mrs. _, ,
Warren, :Michaels. '* Continued To Page 8 10 oz. Birds Eye FRESH
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CRAIG FUNERAL HOME -, for 3 .
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'SENIORS TO SPONSOR Dr. John D. Cross, who has .f Gloria 5 McArn, who is a student -
r \ I Irl 'I,BAKE SALE SATURDAY I t spent the past several weeks in at Florida State University 1

I the Veterans ,Hospital in Lake in Tallahassee, made the Dean's :
I Th'e Senior Class is sponsoring I I City undergoing surgery,. return List the last semester. She is .!r

I a, bake sale near the post.I ed to his home here Sunday. majoring In.Home Economics. ;I
; t OCAZ H i office Saturday morning, Susan I -_ t I
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II Wadsworth said ,today. She said I
y the class will be selling tickets \ I
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I to the benefit dinner on

f ', IDLEWOOD CLUB, j:4th at the cafeteria. AFTER SERVING ONE TERM ON THE CITY I
GALBREATH-WAY I; !i She also stated that the class
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I MEETS WITH .
COMMISSION I OFFER MYSELF FOR -I,
\ has on hand a few first aid kits
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Way of MYRNA: KNIGHT r
J. I which will be on sale. RE-ELECTION ON MARCH 6th. '
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National Gardens'announce the f
: Myrna Knight was .hostess at
.: marriage of their daughter. ,
I the meeting of the Idlewood HONORED AT LUNCHEON -
14 \Rose Ann, to Ellis Eugene: Gal- .I!Club last week. Peggy King, Mrs. Hugh Cameron was hon a C A. McKenzie ,
breath of Daytona Beach, son(I in the .
[vice president, presided j'ored guest at a luncheon Fridayat
'of Mrs. James F. Simmons of !I ,/ ....." ,- .. ,I
[absence of the president. ,the home of Mrs. John F. \ i
Winter Haven. |1 I The club voted to sponsor ,a 1 Jones, 57 Ocean Crest Drive, : Your-Vote- and ,Support Will Be Appreciated !
i The ceremony was performed j!!dance for the Youth Council on 'I Ormond Beach. I ; ))1

at the Way home in National !1 i March 4th., at the Bunnell Community Other guests from Bunnell: ,11 f

_Gardens ,dn February 9th at Center. Betty McDaniel were Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. H.
8 P.M. The 'double ring ceremony -j and: Daisy Moody were,""nameqi T. Cook, and Mrs. Shelton Bar
was used and Leon F. |i as a committee in charge of, ar-, ber.
Stewart, Jr., officiated. Forming: rangements.
an improvised altar were bas.. 'I The'club I '
also voted to sponsor NOTICENotice
kets of pink and white gladiolas j[a girl in the Miss Bunnell High'Contest

and fern.Serving. ][; ;, to purchase 24 place I I 'B1IdA
as their' attendants ;[,settings of stainless steel for theCommunity .
were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, Center kitchen, and is hereby given ,that a municipal election .
j
1k sister and brother in law of the jto have a social and continental CHARLENE KATHRYN COOK'Mr. i will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on
( bride | dinner during March. and Mrs. Charles Cook of I Tuesday, the 6th day of March A. D. 1962, for the

The bride wore a white pima II I Paducah, Ky., ,are the parents I purpose of electing three City Commissioners, and
cotton dress trimmed with lace. KORONA CLUB WILL I of a daughter who was born' in I i all persons desiring to have their names printed
r The bridesmaid wore a pink 'SPONSOR POLISH I a' Paducah hospital February 14. upon the official ballots as candidates are required

I pima cotton dress with a lace I SAUSAGE, SUPPER I She weighed* eight pounds and to. file, written notice of their intention to be candidates
jacket and tan accessories.' The ,Korona Club will sponsora has been given the name of in the office of the City Clerk on or before
; Those present for the ceremony I Polish Sausage Supper at the I'Charlene Kathryn. the 23rd day of February,_ A. D. 1962.

i J were Mrs. Mary Lowe and i White Eagle Restaurant on Saturday She is, the granddaughter, of x
Bonnie, Mr. and; Mrs. C. F. i i'J !I March, 3, Lee Draszab I Mr. and Mrs. :Bob Cook of' B.Jn.! ',) Notice is further given that the registration -

Smith and David, Chuck; and said today., nell. I books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now'open ,
'I} Russel Mr and Mrs. Q'Dell Pat. i iI I The club will begin serving I for registration of voters to and including ,the 23rd '

I 1 tillo and Cindy and Charlene, I. supper at 7 ,o'clock in the eve.I TOUGH EGGS OF MOSQUITOES I -day, till 12 Noon, of February, A. D., 1962.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Way and ning. Floodwater mosquitoes of ,the -
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Harvey, Linda, and Mary.A I "
Mississipp River lay their eggson NANCY C. RODGERS
three-tiered wedding cake VFW AUXILIARY I a stream bank where they
) ( was served with punch and coffee I SPONSORS DINNER cannot_ hatch until floods raise City, Clerk

I; t to the, guests. I The Auxiliary of the VFW is water over them. Some eggs a
!' The bride is a graduate of sponsoring a fried chicken dinner must wait years before the waters February 1- -15-,22-4tc '
Bunnell High School and the I or roast beef dinner Sun. return. ::1

bridegroom is employed with a day, March 4, at the Bunnell :I
I bottling' company in Daytona/school cafeteria. The dinner is 1 ';

S Beach. They are residing at for the benefit of the senior : :1

,.1 1 National Gardens at the present. ''class' trip fund. ] ,\ < /

Members of 'the committee .. ;.
Mrs. R. A..tpow 11 has returnedto I said they would start serving, at ><'<':.: ,::::::::::::4* -" '..,''.. )." -. ,'A.' rf- l1'
her home from the local hospital 12:30 'P.M. the auxiliary will : tiiglluit1p
1 where she recently under. also hold a meeting at the city P : :: : f 'i


B* went. surgery.Mr. and Mrs.. Rem Murray hall tonight at 8 o'clock., II: &! .OUTDOORS[ : .;< .. 1 1'J

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have. moved -Into their new I THE BOOK NOOK t, '''t

home on East Howe, Street I ,: for extra\ nighttime living pleasure '
"OF HUMAN BONDAGE"I kYi; ti II
I 'By W. Somerst Maugham ;/ 1,
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If you as a reader are interested r.. ,

t in a story of a boy and I .:' t
I' tt the hardship he_ has in overcoming _I "
Ernest 'WaltonJohnston I ,
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his inferiority ,
l complexof ,- '_ i
having a club foot you should
9 Jr. 'read "OF HUMAN BONDAGE."..
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The climax, of, the story is I'I
I when Phillip Carey, the main iTL

,FOR I character: of the story, is when I ;
Phillip realizes that he himself }A ;; v
'I is.going, to have to make what,I jI
CITYCOMMISSIONER he wants out of life. He realizeshe S

should do this by his own I I'r
ideas, not those of his friends. :

By doing this he obtains the 'r"J
true 'happiness and ,contentmentfor
V' .Your Vote and Support which he 'had been search ..r J
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Will Be ing for his entire life. .
Appreciated c.-. '
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' ; I Announcing Suddenly your shrubbery, flowers and and...romantic enchantment...brings
i .. trees "bloom" at night. Your house new evening glamor to your favorite .
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I 'and garden take on'a dramatic, exciting beauty spots. And an electric pos 1ite
I : :, appearance. Outdoor electric lightat your driveway or door entrance will '
: a My Candidacy ForCITY' ing lifts your home out of the ordinary beam a friendly welcome to guests and .. y
l and lets you enjoy a whole new range discourage intruders I- ;'I
\ I - ,of after-dark activities.You'll actually You can select from many types
make your patio or'yard into another of smart new, inexpensive outdoor ;
room.Cookouts and outdoor entertain lighting fixtures at your electrical coo
COMMISSIONER
ing at night become real fun. Outdoor tractor's or favorite store. handling
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: : March 6 196'2 "Uhl., FREE 24-PA&E ilEA &
; : Tuesday Licinf"astunetehumdaitt S'r
< r: II -U68T FM UYM ,,
lighting for comfort -
Q It tfl bow to light everything,
i : ,eonetnieace,beauty. from hrobbcry to barbecue,
I I \c1: : Inside and ou.iU.. from palm tree to fang jvalk.

: Martin B. McDanielYour ) '

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1 H. Kuleski 2 2.6 6 ZAZAS BEAT ALL STARS I I'Jn scoring with 13 points. The'Zazas : ".

D. Peterson 1 2.4 '4 FOR THEIR FIFTH WIN I'I got off to a fast start and .. "-:'
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R. Morris\ 2 2-5 6 Joe White's Zazas won their had an 8 to 1 lead in the first '- i .

". E. Kuleski ,21-3 5 fifth straight. game over. the All quarter. In the third quarter _-':,r'
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tt Stars 27.21.Sammy .. the score was 2120. The All ,.
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f By Leslie Pacha I Bokor Jillson . 2 0 0.1 246 0 \'

il AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1"1 1I j
Campbell 5 0.2 10

f L: :BULLDOGS SHADE LOPEZ .Lopez G Ft P 1[Pappas 5 6-8 16 "
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? WITH LATE FREE THROW J. Jackson 4 2-2: 10 I Cannon _3 2.5 8 -- - ,. tI '
Y' R. Koch 5 5-7 7 j l Geiger . 00-00 AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING :I I ELECTRIC SERVICE
Quentin Emery and Ku- I I
t' \ leski are dead-eyes Harry on their M. Corsoro 4 0.1 8 Manamara O. 0-0 0 FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I I I I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE .:
Nelson -1 1.2 3 I
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\ foul shots. Both boys' made 5 F. Dadabo"x 00-00 Davis 7. 1.2 15 CO. 1 i I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY .
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; of 6 in the last ,two minutes Of Daytona. Inc. I I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL I .-
' ', .. to give Bunnell's revengeful Bulldogs t, M. Zimmeran -2 4-4: 8. 22 11-22 55 AIR CONDmONINGHEATING I COMMERCIAL CALLHUBERT& 'MAINTENANCE .';".

: ". a 41.36 victory over Father I GENERAL SHEET METAL PELLJCER
I I 12 12.16 36 I
' Lopez, their, soufhside rivals.I i / "We're Proud of Our Work" ID 7-3301' DAY ID7-3448' NIGHT '
; GROUP IV CLASS C, TOURNEY 330 Walker Holly Hill OH 7-6120 I
Coach Joe Maiden's whiz kids''! I
'TO BE HELD IN BUNNELL
blew a first quarter 12 to 3 lead.',BLACK KNIGHTS WIN AUTO SERVICE -1 1McDANIEL'S II I GARDEN SHOPGray's ,
;OVER BULLDOGS 55.43
Coach Cliff McGriff made it
With the Bulldogs playing one I I I Garden Center ,

of ';their best games, every boy j I Florida Military School sparked I possible to get the Class C. I I Headquarter tor Gardening Need
I Tournament be held in the
was to Service Station Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
out to win, making this by Jim Pappas and Jimmy P .
+I I I Bunnell March 1; 2 and 3. Materials
i' game a thriller which had the ,Davis, who scored 31 points between gym ; STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
(I I
, crowd in quite an uproar in'the ,, them Tuesday night, defeated I: Eight ,teams are entered: Pax- Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS

last, quarter. The boys held Joe II the Bulldogs 55 to 43. i 1.:ton, Yulee, Melrose, John Gorrie, Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' ,
. I! Kirby Smith, Bunnell, Hastings, I, ORMOND
Jackson of Lopez to''' 10 points. The Bulldogs just couldn't,

Joe had 4 fouls in the third 1 t!catch up to the fast breaking and Hillard. Biddle Gulf Service I!
.. I l McGriff is giving basket fansa HARDWARE -
quarter. The Bulldogs, who 'lost I I Black Knights who picked up '
, to Callahan Friday, night, have steam quarter after quarter. In chance to see' some of the GASOIL.LUBRICATIONGULF I,THAT FAMOUS PAINT ,
1 M II. I better schools. I'm picking Pax- TIRES & BATTERIES I
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a 11-7 season. the fourth quarter both teams .
ton Yulee who meet' in the Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
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I 1Jwinen. : G Ft P ;:used most of their subs. The \
) I I:first round. The winner of this State&Lambert-US 1-ID 7.7190 i I t FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE ,
,. Q..Emery 4 4.6 12I Bulldogs shared in the scoring
I I 'game will take the tournament.The ,1 I I
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l. J. Burnsed 0 0.1 2 except Hosford.Bunnell .
; first will find Melrosevs. Colonial Service StationEARL
B 3.3 5 G Ft game ,
p- Moody 1. Tp I 9.2103'
John Gorrie at 3 P.M., Thurs- E. RICE. Proprietor I Flagler Beach HE I
t M. McMillan 2'4-7 8 Emery a. 2.4 8
; day, March 1.Tournament GAS-OILr-LUBRICATION
Kuleskl
H. 3 ,4.7 10 J. Brown 1 0-0 2
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f: 'r I times will mean MOTOR TUNE-UP Village Hardwar Center
D. Peterson - 0 0.1 0 J. Burnsed022 2 'I I
-: .,Morris 2 2.3 '6 B. Moody ,100 .2 meeting new faces. Players and GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES. HOUSE PAINTS
students alike should be their U'S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
(', ,.- ......_:.d ....., ''M. McMillan 3 2.5 8 on : Match and mix any color
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\ 12 17.28 41'B. Hosford '0 0-0 0 best behavior. Remember, folks I' 'ED'S Builder's Supplies Kitchenwore-
, will judge your 'school accord. GIFTS GREETING CARDS
/ ing to your conduct. So don't PURE OIL STATION AlA Ormond Beach_ CL 2.0420

go hooting at, the refree or any Specializing in Wash & Waxing .

opposing players when he is Batteries-Accessories 'i:JEWELER

shooting a foul shot. And when MINOR REPAIRSU.
\ the game is over if. you team .S. Ilvry. 1-Bunnell-ID '7-3138 J BRENNAN Jewelers
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FOR FAST SURECONTROL lost take it like a man. BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO ''Diamonds -Diamond Setting

We are expecting quite a few I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

people from out of town. Let's I .Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus \ I
I' OF make them feel at horne know BAR & COCKTAIL I Watches '

I am going to do my best. Let's" LOUNGE I Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
; all be goodwill ambassadors. I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY 160 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-505
FROM 9 I
, CABBAGE ,APHIDS ; will have the lineup : all 'the SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. FURNITURE ... '
teams next week.HAWTHORNS .
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
i Ormond Bedding and '

AND LOOPERS. . MERE l I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co. \
SATURDAY NIGHT COCKTAIL LOUNGE
/ I I AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
SAY"DIBROM"Cabbage Bunnell boys and girls teams Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment

will finish the regular season PACKAGE GOODS : R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner .

," \ games playing Hawthorne' here 9 a.m.-2 a m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a. m. 68 Granada, Ormond Ben._ OR 7-9411

aphids and loopers hit with DIBROM Saturday night.- First' game at Ocean Blvd-Flarfer Beach I PAINTS .

I are killed? -just minutes after spraying! And 7 P. M. I BETH'S SEASIDE ,,

BAR & GRILL {JERRY'S PAINT MART .
this control all ,
you get fast sure season, even. PREP HIGHLIGHTS FOR FINEPOOD 1 PITTSBURGH

,close to harvest. I
Watch Terry Parker's Andy Paints-Finishes
One reason DIBROM is so effective is its fast Schuller and Owen Phillips. 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I Paint Sundries-Wallpaper -

kill. It kills on contact. Gives a thorough clean Both are Parker scoring threats. Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. 38 W. Granada-Ormond I
Paxton's John Pajcic are Paxton I ORange 7.0761 '
up of.aphids; loopers and more than 130 other top scorers. Steve Pajcic_ Paxon's BUILDING SUPPLIES f '

insectsincluding 'most resistant ones. And superb soph guard, has WICKLINEI ROOFER .

in all stages' of growth except eggs and pupae. been making the all-A Honor EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
Roll. for as long as he can re Building Supplies Manufacturers of
Another reason: The ,short residual life of member. I
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile Roofing

DIBROM. You can use it up to' four days of ............. ... W I ............... STEEL ALL TYPES OF ROOFINGFast

harvest on most crops (it's registered for use :S. : F. ALFORD Flagler Beach HE 9.2254I Dependable Service
HWY. 1 N. ORMOND I
on 35). Registered 'I ORange 7-5177 7.1793 ;

? And there's an extra bonus,: Workers can. Real Estate BrokerBunnell BOTTLE GASHARRIS RESTAURANT ,

enter the field immediately after spraying with i BOTTLE GAS -l
I. Florida BOTTLE BULK
or <
--- DIBROM because of its short residual life. ......-...................................... I FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY SUE-Z-Q Lunches-Dinners RESTAURANT-Sandwiches ' ,

So if you're looking for cabbage aphid and HOME OWNED, GAS COMPANY OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY j I
PAL PARKER'S. INC. PHONE ID 7-3551
looper control you can rely on .throughout the Automotive Specialty Center Help Flagler County Grow 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach I

season-ask for DIBROM. BRAKES RELINED 91&A3 I By Shopping at Home Open 6 A.M11 P.M. at 5 j
PARTS AND LABORFORDCHEVROLETPLYM
146 S. Atlantic--Ormond '

9104)5 ONTIIOTHERS CONCRETE PRODUCTS L. '
; I 1" '_ 540 Mason 'Ave. Daytona RIGHT ON THE BEACH \
World BetterORTHO Your "Q" For ConcreteDial .1 "
Helping- the Grow I Shrimp-Steak-Chops-Chicken -
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CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes I
FREE PAINTOne DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Sandwiches and Pies I
BREAKFAST ANYTIME ..
extra gallon of your choice
Concrete, Inc. Ocean "f
Spray Restaurant
with each gallon you" buy" .. .
: AlA 1 Mile South of Pier !
Mary Carter Paint Store CLEANERS
Used' Furniture 'I II'
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Also Oater
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BUNNELL CLEANERS
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JOE WELLBORN ,
DIBROM RCA VICTOR I WE GIVE TV STAMPSi '

LIVING COLOR TV i I *. Dally S t. eI Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD

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Southern Radio & Television I Furniture UpholsteringTrades .
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': ",Thursday, Feb. 22, 1962: THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FL RlDA. 'PAGE

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J : I II have done and found necessarythe !'''pare a detailed report, with many of the' Town'sproblems '\

proposed Advisory Commission I recommendations. for the conduct could be solved through: knowl- i
:, LETTERS TO II'I might be made up as follows -I I of the Town's business. It edge 01 what can be done )

'" I : infinite possibilities. It may1be through the Federal Agencies. {\
/ J'i 1. A survey of the talent in I I that there is talent enoughin As an ilustration, after much t \

'Pli : ' THE EDITOR..,. the Town of those. persons who I: the Town,.if it is uncovered; I delay it was found that the

i' have a background of trainingand I:but, if the talent does not exist, Town was not correctly informedas I
, experience to set up the I they can bring to the Board and to what could be done in fin-

' EDITOR'S NOTE:' In the past when the area to the west I presumption of ability to render I I to.the people( recommendations ancing a new or extended. water I

&jf'j I several weeks we have had several I (where we now have to move unselfish and devoted Town .,of where top-grade professional system. This one tlnanciat'prob' . ,
discussions with individual for water) is outside of the service.I I The mak-up of such a I I men cdn be found. lem that the Town faces has;

members of a group of citizens town limits and is needed both Board might have a budget committee I I This committee, as one item, been estimated to cost $300,000
1i I ... who are interested in and are from the standpoint of taxes and of three, a finance committee could find out exactly what Government -'$500,000 or $750,000. The real
f, .. working toe the progress of growth. This is one of the major ,of three, a public works services are available; !fact is that nobody knows-;;:-but
i I I
i! Flagler Beach. As a' result of problems facing the, Town and (water and sewer) of three anda and it is entirely possible that 1 we must find out.

these discussions and in answer I I 1 i I can be cured by cooperation andi ,, committee of three for roads - !

.t I to many questions asked we I I i i I goodwill. and parks., This would make an I -i

have received the following 3.'White Route ,AlA or the overall committee of twelve I Insured & Rest Assured \
INSURE-Stay '
"Proposal for Its People" which I I strip along the Atlantic Ocean which should study the way.
,
. Nwe think has merit. is of the moment, perhaps, the thingsare actually done in 1\

.. FLAGLER BEACH ALLIES I I I most valuable land in the Town, i iI I progressive towns and well-managed' GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

FOR'PROGRESS l I it cannot be developed without I
y water and without .expansion-to : Such a committee would pre- .
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+ Proposals for its People H. T. COOK AGENCY e
ti i i the west for building and industry .
.. Why isn't Flagler Beach in S
: and the support of a
line-or at least up to. other I water system. HOeNG4Continued Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida,
places which are outstanding
and where the potentials of i 4. The world is going by us -
in A Route I .
another along
Flagler are equal or superior to way.
most? miles of wonderful Ocean Beach I I
24 HourVVrecker
From Page 6
Why, with a beach such as nature goes through Flagler Beach : Service
has furnished ,and equalled yet it is. being by-passed by lack I Stars were held to a foul shot
by a few places and exceeded I of Town program and coordinated and the game ended Zazas 2721.

by none in the world, hasn't the I efforts with the towns to the I Zazas G Ft P Flagler Truck & Tractor Co:: ,

Town taken its place as a prosa northand the south. This is S. Bertha 6 1.3 13 ,
too bad that we. are, in a sec MASSEY-FERGUSON
gressive Town instead of one B. Taylor 2 3-10 7 '
with the opposite record? tion .where business is actually. T. Bertha 1 1.4 3 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

There are many answers or starving where it can be nur- J. White 1 '0.0 2 Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242

\ parts of answers to these questions tured. H. ,Higginbotham' 1 0.0 2 I Night ID 7-3529
\ ; but an honest appraisal 5. Why don't people come here VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER .
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( is, we hope now in order in the I and stay? Why are they unhappy -' 11 5 17 27 Owner Parts &Shop Manager
'hope that we can do something here and want to sell All Stars G Ft P .
,/ about our shortcomings. With. and move out? Why have at a Harris 1 4.5. 6

-' malice toward none. and much least three well-financed groups. C. Sheffield' 01-2 1
; charity for all, we have to face passed by Flagler Beach? They J. I.. Sheffield 2 1-2 5 SS

), these facts and find the answers, came here and found disunity, B. Cummins 2 1.1' 5 -
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'if we are going to have prog discord and strife which can S. Barber 0 0.0 0 NOWTRAILWAYS

tt ress-in fact, to avoid going make only for an unhealthy D. Metts 1 0.2 2 I
farther backward. business condition.. Thus -they -

_t S 1. We are a divided Town passed up Flagler Beach. 7 7-12 211
1 without a program for develop 6. Lest this be considered a

s ment .and growth. Good men severe indictment and hopeless CHAMBER'S COLLEGIANSWIN gets to
with good intentions don't agree siutation, let us look into the FIRST GAME
for the common good. .They future and see what we can do. Buddy Chamber's Collegianswon "
don't trust their fellowman. To (A) Last year the people wenton their first game in the ,- NEWYORKfaster "- -- ,
date there is no agreement as record in favor for progress; league by defeating the Rinky- .'
J to the kind of Town we want and did something about it at dinks 2624. : ,
I and what we have to do tof the polls. All due credit shouldbe I Henry Wells broke loose for 13 BOSTON .

get it.This:. given to the new Mayor anda points. Well and Littlefield -
agreement, together with I majority of the present Board scored 12 points in the second f ONwYoK
f the criticism of the people inI I v\ho, under much difficulty', have quarter to put the Collegians out

office without a willingness to made essential progress. They in front 19 to 9. BALTMQRE .

.. 'help them with constructive. have,:. Nipper's Rinky Dinks scored 15 WASHINGTON .
suggestions, is,, perhaps the most 1. Gotten the. Flagler Harbor points to the Collegians 7, with
f' difficult fact we face. It should development out of the courts Nipper and Joe Kelly coring
be an honor to serve ,o nthe and are moving ahead as fast ; 12 points. Harold Huff scored RICHMOND

Board of Town Commissioners as Government permission can II the 2 points to defeat-the Rinky ?n RALEIGH '
2. We have a divided Town or be granted. boys. v
divided People in its actual 2. It has, after much need Collegians G'Ft, P
physical layout Both the north less delay required to, overcome i Wall .' 1 0.2 2 FAYETTEYILIE
and south ends of the Town Internal operation in the Board Huff 20-14

don't wish to be in ,the kind' itself taken the necessary first I Chambers, 1 1-1 3
of a Town we have had up to step to secure a suitable, adequate Wells 6 1.3 13 lli

the last _year.. These parts of and palatable water II I Littlefield 2 0-0 4
f the Town were taken over under supply; but, to make it an actual JAglSONYIIIE

conditions which were probably reality, there is still much S 12 2.7 26
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to be done. I I
illegal and certainly not Rinky Dinks -- GFt P I
in line with the democratic 3. A first and important step
pro Nipper 2, 1.2 5
cess. This Was the practice up has been taken to improve the I I Kelly ,5. 2.4 12
to a year ago; and. we are still Town with a plan for a new Pier ,'Rodgers 0 0-0 0
faced with the backwash. of past House.' This can be the turning 1'I Johnson 2 0-0 4 MlAM(
f mistakes. point in making an attractive
Kendall 0 0.0 0
J I There is every reason why Town-a place which! will' hold I.Pritt 2 1-3 3 )
these sections north and south- people.
should be part of the Town. 4. The Board has shown a I I 10 4.9 24
; They need well-planned municipal willingness to consider progressIn .
welcoming an overall Plan- Ride our new thru-liners
services of which water is -CityLeague Standing -
ning Board for the Town. This
.probably the first item. Wprk ,\ W L P
is stalled on both ends of the group If properly selected for experience Zazas 5 0 over our : ', '
i Town, until an agreement is and ability, can be the All stars 3.2 6661 I

made for better Town Planningand medium for taking the Town out Rinky Dinks 1 4 200 NEW East Florida
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of the doldrums outlined 'routes.
management. People should -as Collegians 1 4 200 ..
not be forced into litigation and below.
Games February 28-Zazas vs. ...
suits to uphold the rights under B. It .seems to be clear that Collegians; Rinky, Dinks vs.. All .. NEW THRU FAST SERVICE ::t
the law. Taxpayers' money much of the strife and difficulty Stars.
:
From BUNNELL ,
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,should not be litigation is due to lack of business man- 1-way
on
spent
I NEW YORK . . . . . . S30.10 .
.. which is damaging to the agement and planning. The Notice REQUEST is FOR BIDS .. '
hereby given that the Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON
Town in every way. It makes Board as it is now constitutedhas East Flagler Mosquito Control Dis- '
neither the time nor the trict of Flagler Beach. Flagler . . . . . . S22.75 -
,I' for a 'division of people that is County will accept bids at office '
both destructive and needless. staff to do the things that are located 7 miles north of Flagler Thru service-over ,2 hours: faster
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Beach
on Highway alA up to and
There isa pretty complete required. This cannot be done until 6:00 P.M. March 14th. 1962. JACKSONVILLE . . . . . . S 1.95
I misunderstanding as to the present by% any group, no matter how for follows the: purchase of equipment as 4 Convenient trips daily

litigation. First it appears capable the individuals, on the One EQUAL.-Dragline Hendrix Model Bucket TSor. one- MIAMI . . . . . .. . . . S 7JOO -
that it was a political decision basis of meeJings every twd half yard capacity complete. 4 Thru trips daily (plus tax)
The bid price shall be the cash
and not according to law. No weeks. Therefore, a group of delivered price to our shop. Flag MOODY'S PHARMACY
Judge has a'right to determinethe citizens who have the time, and not ler include Beach. Federal Florida. Excise Bidder.. Transportation shall- 100 State St. ID 7.3661
,; boundaries of the Town; are competent to give the help or Florida Sales taxes.
i. and this is now appealed on and advice without pay, would J March Bids 8.will 1962 be- opened 7:00 P. M.at'The office East on fakeTRAILWAYS
r p constitutional grounds and will be. able to go into such technical Flagler Mosquito Control District '
Board of Commissioners reserves S
J come before another. Judge., problems as water and sewerage the right to reject. any and all

Fundamentally the people on system, budget planning, bids.Dated this 19th day of February.. . -
: both ends of the Town 'want the financing and an overall plan 196%. ._ S '
Eat Flagler Mosquito
I same things; but they object to"strip" for future development. Control District '. ..ii..- easiest travel on .earth. .
Charman.Feb. .
Geroge Moody.
,: a ,Town, particularly Based on what other towns 22 & March 1-8-3tc .

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,PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLtER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 22, 1962

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? B' & PW CLUBIS 1 of Flagler Beach. 'I al Dairy Products Corporation I Spring months are cooler than
.:J-fagler eac ORGANIZED He is survived by his wife, has begun a new -lllioll corresponding months of autumn
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VJ tf four daughters- Janice, Marilyn, dollar citrus processing facilityat because it takes hot summer sun
Continued From Page 4 i Donna and Vanda. He has twos Lakeland. I to warm the earth's crust and
i f Continued From Page 1.dentelect ns, Sam and David and a sister A new plant will begin op- ,i the seas and Icy wildernesses of
.lots '
within
the city limits. . I Ii Mrs. Lois Green. His parents eration at Callahan in Northeast the Far North
The welfare chairman, Mrs. '.i of Jacksonville Beach I are Mr. and Mrs. JAJ::Florida for the production of I .
Mary Novicki, reported that she,t Club; Miss Della Rosenberg, I Mitchum of Bessemer. :printing and advertising ma. I
needs shoes and clothing, for state recording secretary of, I HI
Craig Funeral Home was in terials. Allison Electronics, Inc.,
children of all ages. Also Starke;. Mrs. Bea Freede, state ;
charge of local arrangements. national manufacturers of tele .
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canned goods, dried'beans, mebership chairman of Dunedin. I II phone communications equipment 'I'II
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1 staples, soap and soap powders. Also present were Mrs. Lois I
;) has moved from Salisbury, I
'. :Mrs. Charles Bonday and Mrs. Walker, president of the Ormond I Commission ReportsTen N. C., to Orlando. Daryl Indus- I VOTE FOR .
Lila Jansic will be hostesses at Beach Club, and five membersof tries will complete within six

the social on February 28 at the .club. The Ormond Beach I New IndustrialPlants months an '80,000 square foot fa '
2 P. .M. The Valentine theme Club sponsored the organization cility in North Dade County for Marcus ,H. DunsonFOR
was used by the hostesses of of the local club.
v in January production aluminum. and
the day, Mrs. B. S. Clay and March 1st was set as the time I glass fixtures. Daryl already
George to close the charter and meet Ten industrial '
'a
Mrs Moody. Mrs. Fleuriereceived I ; new plants has' three plants in Florida
the door prize. ing was called for that evening. I and three expansions, represent-1 I|I The Commission's monthly report \
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TOWN
ing- some 1,000 estimated new :
CARD PARTY .is based on newspaper ac- '
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jobs, were announced for FlorIda '
counts
and on information given
Sixty guests attended the I
Mitchum Funeral during January, the Florida* I COMMISSIONERi
Woman's Club card party held I by Chambers of Commerce and i
Development Commission re- I' I '_
in the clubhouse Friday night. Other sources.
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0 The chairman, Mrs. Esther Held in Alabama. ports. I I
Continuing a 'diversification
Heydt, was assisted by Mesdames l Nearly 2,000 species of shrimp j
The body of Edward Cecil trend in Florida industry which J
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Paul Kelly, Arthur Pa. (exist. Most adults
FLAGLER BEACH
: apparently
I Mitchum, killed in an automobile in 1961 filled each of the major|I I
quin, Charles Bondy, Vernon spawn only once and have a life
accident north of
Flagler industrial groups recognized: as
Haines, Jasper White, and L. t of one year.
II span
Fleurie. Beach Friday, was sent to Bes- standard by the federal government !I

semer, Ala., for funeral services I new Florida plants or expansions .. .. ... ..._.. .-.. .. .. ......._.. ._ . . .....
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Door prizes were awarded to and interment. Brown Funeral' were noted during tti. . .. .. .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. .-
Mesdames J. B. DeVault, A. II I l'I
Home of that city was in chargeof January in manufacturing or FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH
Juengling, Minnie "Mohler, Abby arrangements.Mr. i service fields of\communications, i iI ,
and Mrs. Harold
Hansalpacker Mitchum, 36, of Route One, I building materials, engineering,J '
Massie.CLASSIFIED. AMBULANCE
St. Augustine, was one of three I electronics, tools and dies, pre t 1 1I t PHONE' VAlley 4-1625
persons killed in the two-car cision instruments, home fixtures SERVICE
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collision. He was born in Bessemer and citrus products. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
: ., and -served inthe Navy I International Business Machines 'I t
during World: War Two. I Corporation (IBM will Never be ;hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

He was employed in this area employ 500 persons within 15..I are always at your service with promptness safety and
as an..agent for the Western 'months at a new space age labo- experience.
: Southern Life Insurance Com atory in Broward County. It is i )
ADS '
pany. He had been a resident .designed for governmental work Equipped'With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator' C 'w

'..Listing .under tbU beading areS for the past year, coming from'on electrical computers and con I
cents per.word rach Insertion* Alabama where he had been a trol systems for space, space Garcia Funeral Home
75 cent minimum charge.
post office employee.Mr. I surveillance: remote commandand P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director '
-I J Mitchum. 'and his wife control networks.
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house at also operated, a gift shop north j Kraft Food Division of Nation: LADY ASSISTANT "

Flagler each, 10th St.,. 1% blocks -- - --
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from ocean, $5,250.00. Phone .
HE 92302. 2-22-ltc r

I FOR SALE-New 3 bedroom I
What Chevrolet do -
house, 2 baths, waterfront lot, size you want .

,_ water softener, termite- protected. /
Palm Circle Drive, Flaglet .
Beach. Reasonable price. Phone ?
HE 92378. 2-22-ltc 4 to save money on I

LOST-1961 .Oldsmobile hub cap.
Lost in area of Flagler Beach, 1/i"; t \, I r I '

f Bunnell,. Korona. Finderplease ;, \ \, I
Call HE 92093. 2-22-ltp jiti \, .

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FOR SALE-Refrigerator. Large i I : -"
across top freezer. Good condition jl Q :,{
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$65.00.: Jones, 23rd St., I :: /111
and Flagler. Ave., Flagler Beach. /

,Feb. 22 2tp \ I ,

HOUSE'FOR SALE-2 bedroom, - (
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_'large living, dining area, car- \ :- -
port and utility room, CBS on
100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South.

Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf .. j

SEPTIC TANK:--cleaning reason- ".
able rates. George Jarosz, phone .-" i
ID 73410. 11.2 to 4-26-tp
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FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- ,

room house at north end of Palmetto "' ; '""

Flagler Beach, on boat
canals, cool pleasant living, 'ex-
'ceptional' value, beautiful interior .
I and exterior $90.00 per

month for September 1 occu-
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pancy. Contact present renters I l4 / n
'; .. or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona r 3 1
V: Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF\ rF!i.

Ocean front housekeeping apart.
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ments! 1 and 2 Bedrooms compete -
with linens and all utilities.
Sun deck, fishing swimming CHEVROLET IMPALA Room, CORVAIR MONZA Sports Car CHEVY II NOVA The frisky

loafing. Day, week or month. refinement and riding comfort. Forespice without a sports car price. At rear family-sized Chevrolet with a low, low .
. Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. ground, the Impala Sport Sedan. is the Monza Club Coupe. price tag.Above right,Nora Sport Coupe.

>HE 9-2082 7-6tf Like your driving sporty,.with quicksilver steer- won this year's coveted Car Life Magazine ,

11 FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone ing, flat-as-a-pancake cornering, sure-footed Award for Engineering Excellence.

, bath house, ,Daytona Ave., traction? Then a Corvair l Ionza's for you. But say you want to go all out-to get the full

Flagler Beach. Completely. Cr maybe the new-size Chevy II is more to JF7 .nrnar,. RInB treatment in space, spirit and splendor. Then
ovated. $65.00 month. Keys
. per your liking. Built for big families and still slips there's nothing like a Jet-smooth .Chevrolet.
can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf I
Station. Nov 10-tf neatly into small puking places. And, with this, CHEVROLET Makes paying more pointless.

o __ -1 the kind of ingenious engineering (new jeasyriula So size 'em up-then saver it up-at lOur

:JOHNSTON'S -. *r-t mo-Plate rear springs,for example) that. Chevrolet dealer's. '

L FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. '
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ,* / -j t.:_ .Chevrolet; new Chevy II and new Cortair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .

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See,;ua for jour ACREAGE-real estate need. ,'j. }; I. : HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

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