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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 1, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Four-Way Essay; Vocational Counselor. I.VFW Auxiliary I Soper Speaks at I I Committee of 100


Rotary Contest 'I Visits Bunnell School Sponsors Contest Lions LuncheonLeslie Director Board

i, Miss Mary Luellen, guidance Soper of the Florida
I I conselor for the Mary Karl Vocational "Aherica, The Beautiful, How I Power and Light Company was
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Awards MadeThe I School ,in Daytona I Long Without Clean Water" is. guest speaker at the Lions Club E Holds Meeting

i Beach, was a visitor at the Bun the title of the 27th annual National meeting Monday noon. He was
Rotary'' 'Club of Bunnell i nell High School for three class High School Writing Con- introduced by L. H. Church, :! The Board of Directors for the

presented essay awards to the I I I periods Friday. test sponsored by the Ladies manager of the local power company's :Flagler Committee of 100 met at
following students at Bunnell Auxiliary to the Veterans of I II I
' : Miss Luellen presented about office. Mr. Soper showed I the courthouse Tuesday evening
,. High School Thursday, February I 100 colored slides depicting the J I I Foreign Wars. Mrs. Dale Brown, I a film on "Common Sense and for their first called businesssession.
' 22nd: AllJda :.Tuckej/Lfirst prize vocational and technical offerings contest chairman, for the local ,,I Electricity." I Attending the meeting

of $5.00; Susap Wadsworth, second I of the vocational divisionof auxiliary, 'said the contest is I Dr. J. R. Sayers, director of I were eight of the nine board

;fit.;i prize''of: ,$3.00; and Mechele I the Daytona Beach Junior being sponsored in the Uunnell. ;the Flagler County Health Department i members. Committee President

G Steflik, third prize of $1.00. The College. I I I High School. I was a- guest and will I Jim Ebert presided and called

L.: '. awards were for the three best Beginning with the present Local (awards will include $10 also be guest speaker at the I i for reports from standing committee
essays upon the subject: "The school year, Bunnell High School.j I'I and a bronze medal for first March 12th meeting of the club. chairmen.

.,:: -- Four-Way Test, A Good Rule for students desiring technical training place winner; $5 for the second I D. D. Moody, chairman of the

:. Community Living." enrolled in the morning ses I place :winner and $3 for the third Industrial Committee, said he
Boyd Robertson, Carolyn Clif sion for several courses at Mary place winner. Winners will be Miss Bunnell High I had prepared three presentations

ton, and Barbara Smythe received Karl. In order to receive this announced at a later date. for the State Development
': honorable mention for training students must ride the I I Local winners will be eligible Contest Scheduled Comission for three small industries

:,' J, their essays.. I college bus to Daytona in the I for the state contest. Winners which are interested in
t'" Dr. Norman Crawford spoke to morning and return by special of' the state contest will be For Gym March 10 coming into Florida. Each industry

k the student body onthe Four- I'I bus at 1215. This enables themto eligible for $2000 in cash awards I I i would employ from 25 toE
Test and presented a large I I national level The Miss Bunnell High Contest
Way earn three technical credits on the including II 100 people. He also reported his
t', copy ofthe Four-Way Test to the and at the same time earn required I I i$1000 in cash and a gold medal will be held at 8 o'clock in I I committee is collecting information
school. L for the first winner. the school gym on March 10.
place
4 I credits toward graduationin and maps which are necessary
Essay winners will be 'guests the afternoon at. Bunnell The annual writing contest This is the fifth annual contest I in making these presen
of the Rotary Club within the i High School. conducted by the Auxiliary is which is sponsored by the Tri- I tations.
next few weeks and will be invited lone 'oldest individual Hi-Y. I
In effect, the curriculum offerings of the Auliliary's -
to read their essays to the 'of' Bunnell High School r projects and one that Members of ,the club said any I Mike Sullivan, chairman of
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the Roads and Park Committee;
club. Those receiving honorablei have been enlarged by this pro has won the Auxiliary consider \ club or civic organization may !I
mention will also be luncheon able recognition nationally. The sponsor a girl in the contest I i reported on attending a joint
to include the following
gram I I t meeting of the Park Boards for
f guests. of the club. National Auxiliary has received by contacting Barbara Smytheor
basic electrical
courses: electricity, I i I
Bulow and Flagler Beach State
J Linda Harris. There is alsoa
from the Freedom Foundationtwo
appliance repair, radio-tv,
I I Parks with the State. Park Director
small fee which
Business Association auto mechanics, drafting, horticulture distinguished,service medalsfor sponsoring I
I It. the contest. takes care. of the banquet and last month. He said it
photography, printing, : seemed to be the opinion of
small motors repair, watch repair The contest was started to banners.
Letters I of those that
t. Reports on most attending
cabinet-making, and beau- encourage young people to think Prior: to the contest, a banquet I
if the two park boards and other
will be in the Bunnell school
and write of patriotic subjects.
ty culture. I i I
Month
Answered in cafteria at 6:30. interested citizens would show
It has no commercial connec I
Boardof
With the FlaglenCounty
enough interest and local cooperation -
':'" The Businessmens' Association Public Instruction' participating tion and is intended to put before 'I Following the contest, there -
in the student, some problemsof ,, will be a dance at the Bunnell in the development
answered the following .letters the support of the Junior
Civic Center. !I I the two parks it would go a
during .February. College program enables the patriotism, citizenship or sim-OJ I long in securing. necessary
way
;;, Callie Ann Hagins, Ocala; high school students to take liar topic about which he must
A---, ...and ilea in--order .to* ,- 3 j aid in .developing .thC"_ -tw ,par sHe .
Cathy'Roland Fort 'Lauderdale;", These coursesf'at no"-extra i cost; -study m I IBOYS.BA5EBAt i also reported that a group
Carolyn Daughtry, Winter Gar Miss Luellen was assisted by write the essay.
'!LEAGUE PROPOSEDBoys of business men plan to meet
fr den Pete Loffredo West Hollywood John A. Cannon Jr. school I
; I I I in St. Augustine with a groupin
; Reba Smith, Sarasota. The guidance counselor in present. EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE r .12 and 13 years of age connection with the traffic
information sent to these students the vocational to Earth's meet at the
l' ing offerings atmosphere serves as I are requested to flow markings of AlA in St.
F'; was for school projects.Mrs. Bunnell High students. a storm window that absorbsthe I I school diamond this Saturday Augustine.Tom .

Delora M. Swett,: Sara- killing rays of the sun, says I at 9:30 A.M., Johnny Mercer, !r Lenssen reported that a
, toga Springs, N. Y.; Mrs. Elmer the National Geographic I said, today. .
FIRE SETS ROOF STYLE I I meeting of the committee for
Olson, St. Joseph, Mich.; Bene- zine. Without atmospheric l\Iaga.1[ It is hoped that enough boys study of tax revision is being
diet LePere, Bre.wster, N. Y.; Andrew After their mission's thatchedroof sure-about 18 tons per : will come out to form a Pony .I called for the near future.
F. Budlley, San Diego, caught fire three times, the blood would literally boil in the I I League team to participate with

f Calif.. friars of San Luis Obispo de To- veins. If survival were possible, I Pony League teams of Ormond

k Information sent was in .answer losa-founded in 1772-decided I. men would have no voices,_ for I Beach. .
to requests "about housing rebuild with tile, setting the traditional the voice is air set in motion I So, 'come on out boys, and Bible Study GroupAt
I accommodations a n d general style for Californiamissions. by vocal chords and heard when I II i help form a team for summer

: services of Flagler county. I the waves beat on eardrums. :i baseball. Methodist Church
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held at the First :Methodist
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Rotary-Serving Communities and Nations on Six Continents Church in Bunnell on Wednesday
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all sections of the county in at.
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, conducted by the General Ex
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; ':fief AUTNN )i tOAFA % The pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer,

\ :' i<,a i: Jr., said the leaders were: TroyM.

.? a ;' %' :t'C 'h' lENMYW tti.O/171NiAl MAAINOy iM1Ui y{,. "7 MONO LONG I Wakefiled of the general ex-

'{ pON1/NfUM ke w NEN.. IM; x. ISlAMOf Q Cx: 'x MONOCCO ,. NE.WIIC IMN ... tension division of Florida University
:, : a. + fNDIA TMANAMD iw.d: ; Rev. Carl R. Key, who
I has for the pase five years had If
yK\fKYADON ,. fYOAN i .
'0 !EDMigN y 'tAM1OO1
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\ r. .; Au4A xw .vw y { .LEIANON IUIIOAN 'S:,. v,: ;% 6 "!wMN.IMIA/. { wide experience in conducting
q. similar in North I
q ? EYyNA IYOA7 COAf1 ia. M workshops ,
Carolina, West Virginia and
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other southeastern states; and \
\ \ n\' y, ,. NNAEK Z-x b IIER W iNE CONfA IltN7A ah: y.. Rev. Jack A. Davis. !;

1 aX'., p Nouvu ., S,+Y.+,, aye roNiNENN NNUOESIA, 3 .MTMENl1N0! _nr rsu.oE There was morning and
..tGdr\ a auAA a >.cyt'. AZ .. +gp. xw. o?' g3 tANWNWYI y' HH.
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Senior Class of Bunnell I

'Now In its 57th year, Rotary International ruary'23,1905, by Paul P. Harris, a law ..yi High School is sponsoring a t
world-wide service organization, yer Rotary widens the opportunity of its '? majician show "The Mistery of I
'f is comprised of more than 11,000 Rotary members to be thoughtful of and Above the Mind" in the school gym on j.,
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clubs with a total membership of 511,500 to others. Its motto is "Service March 7, at 2:15 P. M.
Rotarians. The map shows the 124 countries Self-He Profits Most Who Serves Best." Auxiliary is sponsoring' a chicken t
j '. S.' and ,geographical regions where The,president of Rotary International is and roast beef dinner at the '
1 Rotary exists. With clubs 'on Islands as Joseph A. Abey a newspaper executive '
school cafeteria '
.-r' small as Macao and across continents as of Reading, Pa. The general secretary is Sunday, \larch r
.. h large as Asia in nations as new as Ghana George R.1.eans. of Evanston HL site of 4. The dinner is for benefitof the \
r and as old as Japan-Rotary encircles the organization's headquarters building class trip fund. Serving'Wu begin I

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March 1, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, _BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Letters; To Editor ., ,' .. .:-"" .

TLAGLER BEACH COMMITTEE ;
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FOR PROGRESSBy
sa r EVERYBODYWINS ,

( : Howard Wisehaupt) ..

Having been asked, in fact
urged, to again run for public

office Flagler as Beach a Commissioner, with engage for uw SHELTON'S IS GIVING AWAY THOUSANDS OF TOP VALUE '

ments preventing me from do. !
1
ing so this I
year have agreedto .
help with the formation of STAMPS -, AND EVERBODY WINS THAT MEANS YOU! ' I
a group which will promote
progress in the Town. I shall 1Z4tr ,

attempt to present what the S LIlY? EVERY TUESDAY, STARTING MARCH 6th, FOR FIVE STRAIGHTS WEEKS WE WILL I
Committee is, why it is, whatit
is for, and what you as individuals HAVE 10 _DRAWINGS AT 10:30 A. M. FIRST PRIZE IS 2,000 TOP VALUE STAMPS,

A recent can article do about in The it.Flag ",wwru 2nd PRIZE 1,000, THIRD PRIZE 800, FOURTH PRIZE 500, FIFTH PRIZE 500, SIXTH 1

ler: Tribune pretty much states PRIZE 400, SEVENTH PRIZE 400, EIGHTH PRIZE 300, NINTH PRIZE 250, TENTH

the problem as I see it. We can PRIZE 250, TOP VALUE STAMPS. GET DETAILS IN STORE. ... j
have progress, if'and when the cmr' :
whole Town wants it and will
back It. We have made con
siderable progress in the last PLUS EACH WEEK THE COUPON IN OUR AD FOR 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS }
year. It should be clear' that J
*we have outgrown the present ypwl! WITH A $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER WILL INCREASE,TEN STAMPS TILL THE FIFTH.

set-up for managing the Town 'c? WEEK: IT'LL BE WORTH 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS.. A TOTAL OF 150 FREE TOP
and that we should take a new
look at the whole problem of VALUE STAMPS FOR THE FIVE WEEKS TO EVERY CUSTOMER FOR THEIR COU-

Town. management, planning PONS, IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR 250 EXTRA STAMPS ON REGULAR COUPONS.
for the immediate, together witha
long look to the future. It :7 .
has been my business for some ;; nor, --:----- I
years to point the way for the.

better,business development controls.of The businessand Townof WILSON'S CERTIFIED, America's Finest 1

Flagler Beach is a 5750000.00'
dollar business and should be,
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dealt with accordingly.In whole or IE
the last election you took: HAM S J'gFrom
the: first important step and i "
made a necessary change. You I shank end
are now, faced with another _
election; and the men who are
candidates for office should
have a clearly defined programof young pigs Perfect for Bar-B-Ques
what they stand for. The
Committee for Progress, which is ' ,
LEAN SPARE RIBS
now in the making and which UT ,lb.,49c
you are all invited to join, havea
tentative program as .follows

: Extra Lean for Baking ., :
First, the Town needs a new I """ "
Charter which will be a suitable PORK BOSTON BUTTSb.: 45''
guide for progress along sound, . ,. .
business lines. It should provide '. I
for planning and Town _
growth. We have such a Char. y Sugar Cured from Copeland :'1 World's Best Lean '- I

ter Second in the, the making.Town's most outstanding SMOKE BACON in the piece lb.39c HAMBURGER\ ,',0 Q "lbs.II $139'
o need is for, good water.It '
seems to be the one itemon '
which we all agree. The .I J- Herman's 10 oz. pkg. Herman's 6 oz. pkg. Imported 5 oz. pkg. '
present Commissioners have BOLOGNA 39c SPICED LUNCHEON
ea. ea. 39c BOILED HAM ea. 59c
taken the first necessary step;
but we are a long way from .M Ml
having water knowing howit ...
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been studying this problem and CHOICE'I--I .
feel sure that it can be done. Giant Size -
Third, we need a standard of Tender SweetYELLOW
excellence in the Town, if we ENERGY 3. 9 400 count box

i standing are to change still or it from actually one either going ea. I CORN. 4 ,for29c KLEENEX 2 or \

backward. .We wish to start
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with- Pier
a new House. The LargeSize
Pier is good. It attracts people.. Fresh Cello ,
The Pier House is not so good. 125 ft. Roll
The present Chairman of the FAB -" ea. 19 e CARROTSDelicious lib' ,bag IDcCUTRITE ,
Commissioners has had .
prepared -
a set of drawings which Limit one with $5.00 food order or *
shows a building of architectua- more. ',0 49
al merit and which we urge Kleenex
the Townspeople to press for at : '
once. Cost, figures are being Pillsbury 2 Ib. pkg. C APPLES 2 S5CIbs TABLE NAPKINS
prepared, but we have investigated } .
enough to feel that the PANCAKE MIX ea. 35c I
Town can finance this and start
work as soon as detailed drawings . ,'
J can be completed. No one ;

'/ can say at this time just what BIRDS EYE MIX OR MATCH 4 FOR 89
it will cost; but, whatever the : $
figure is, it will be worth it
to set a standard of ,excellence BLACK EYE PEAS 10 oz. PKG. WHOLE OKRA 10 oz. PKG. BUTTER BEANS 10 oz. PKG.
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" With this should go a gen- '
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AWAY IN KENTUCKY "Mrs. Mary Samol and Mr. C. f
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Roscoe Morris, 53, died Sat- F. Vandling of Flagler Beach x y'
; urday night in a Somerset, Ky. .were married in a quiet cere- xx
i S hospital. He is a well known mony at Folkston,- Ga. on Feb-
!! visitor and property owner here. ,ruary 23.Following. \ I 5- ;
t. Mr. Morris had undergone surg the ceremony, they f / ..
F ery Wednesday but his death were entertained with a wed ',t .'for GUARANTEED GOOD 1'
f., was attributed to a heart attack. ding supper,at the Bunnell Res- OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDEDFlagler ,
Burial was held in the Somerset taurant. Those attending the
": Cemetery. supper were:
; :r Surviving Mr. Morris are his Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauser, Food Store
, wife; and three children, Miss ;Mr. and Mrs. Max Porte, Mr.
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Sharon Morris, Mrs.: Denver 1 and Mrs. William Echerd, Mr., r

Highslope and Joseph Morris. and Mrs. Martin Porte, Mn: and Flagler Beach \ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Highslope had arrived Mrs. 'Pete Buzyck, Mr. and Mrs.
here Saturday to vacationa Raymond Martel and son and
week but left immediatelyupon daughter, and Mr. and Mr. I
PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. MAR. 1-2-3 1962
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receiving the message a- Mrs. George Moody, Sr., all of
bout her father. Flagler Beach. I
Out of town guests were: Garde'"A" Western Beef Copelond'sTENDERSMOKED

PTA TO BE MONDAYThe Mr. Vandling's nephew and CHUCK i
regular business meetingof and family, Mr.: and Mrs. Donald I
the Flagler Beach Parent Strauser of Halifax, Pa.; *
Teacher Association will be held I Mrs. Vandling's neice, Mrs. ROAST lb. 49 PICNICS lb. 33Round

Monday evening, March 5th. Dr. Mary Gafranak of Detroit, Mich.;
J. K. Sayers will be the guest Mr; and Mrs. William Dively of
Bone 12 Copeland's
speaker and will 'give a reporton Harrisburg, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.E. oz.
the county health program. Huber and daughter of Holly SHOULDERROAST SKINLESSFRANKS

FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST Hill Following, Florida.the supper' they re II 59* 39

CHURCH turned to the Vandling home I lb. pkg. ,
Sunday school at 9:30 'A M., for a reception. t
followed by worship service tat Tender Palm RiverSLICED ,
10:30 All services are held in Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brad CHUCK
the Woman's Club building. ford Bowen the past two weeksare }
Next Sunday there will be a their son, Wilber of East *
pot-luck dinner following the Braintree, Mass., a friend, James I STEAK lb. 69 BACON lb. 49
morning'worship service. Rolls Gallagher of Wollaston, Mass. .
and coffee will be provided. They'visited in Rockledge and
There will also 'be an official Cape Canaveral last week and I I t
board meeting after the dinner. will also visit with friends in 6 OZ JAR INSTANTMAXWELL SHORTENING I
The WSCS, meeting March 8th St. Petersburg: and Sarasota HOUSE ,
will be held at the Woman's this week..

Club building and Mrs. Phillip COFFEE.BAKERITE 1;s
Kester will be hostess. The pro- 'Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weaver and'daughters E sE
gram will be given by Mrs. made a trip to Lake-
Hugh Arnold and the devotion. land Sunday to accompany their !

al by Mrs. Harry Treadwell. house guest, Mrs. Mary Starling, ::1
where she would 'visit with Mr.. 3Ib.49<
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Weaver's brother and sister in 49

CHURCH NEWS law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowe. jar !
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced I f
that 'the title of his Visiting on Sunday with Mrs. I SAVE 50c SAVE 26c i
Agnes Lee were Miss Mary
sermon next Sunday morning" Furrer, :Mrs. Arline Morris and Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
will be "Witness For The Lord. I
The ladies of the church guild her son, Rusty, from Daytona

will serve a roast turkey dinner Beach. 303 can Musslemans. I Giant Size I
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Thursday evening at 6 o'clockin Spending Sunday here with :APPLE ENERGYDETERGENT
the fellowship hall. The pub Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Taylor were cane i
lic Is invited. The dinner will his son in law and daughter, SAUCE 2 for 2ge I Pkg. 39C !
be followed by a devotional and Mr. and Mrs..Olson Gumm, with I!
business meeting. .I their children, Phil, Charlie,
Richard and Laura, from Mel 8 oz. Philadelphia Big Roll i
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER
bourne. CREAM SCOTTTOWELS
The World pay of Prayer will 1
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be observed by local churches Mr. and Mrs S. R. Duggan CHEESE Pkg. 290 roll 290 \
this year on March 9th. Mrs. from Harrison, Mich., have been
r Harry Treadwell, chairman of spending the winter months i
the Spiritual Life Committee of 303 can 15c SizeGREEN 1
the Methodist WSCS, announced here.Mr. --
that 'the service here would beheld . and Mrs. E. L. Mascaro GIANT WHITEKLEENEX

I at the Baptist Church, Flag I of Cleveland, Ohio, are spend- PEAS ,5 for/i04 IOC
ler Beach, from 1 until 2 P.Mon ing. their vacation here. pkg.
that date. The theme is "For Arriving on Monday to visit
c God So Loved the World." here with Mr. and Mrs. ,Paul
303 can Chef Boy-Rr-Dee No. 300 can Joan of Arc
The four churches planningto Vogel were Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Join in this meeting are the Hergert from Chicago, HI., and SPAGHET1 & KIDNEY
Beach Methodist, the Mr. and Mrs. Arno Schefer from I Cana $ .
Flagler BEANS
I MEAT BALLS 5 for I 2 : 25c
Bunnell Methodist, the Flagler Baytown, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. .
Beach Baptist and the Community " William Keim returned to their ,"
:Memorial Church. I i[home in Chicago last week' after "
303can Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Food King
I spending. several days with Mr.
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Mrs. John Zysk is satisfactorily and Mrs Vogel. CHILI GRATEDTUNA '

heart recuperating attack at from home her after recent'receiving Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erisman & BEANS 5 7: $i can 1geI

treatment at the Flagler from' Daytona Beach were visitors
Clinic and Hospital in Bunnell. here Saturday.Mr. .
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Mr.: and Mrs.: E. Huber from and :Mrs. R. F. McDaniel I __
Hampton:: Bays, N.Y., are spending have returned to their home here Golden
I Birds
their vacation here. after a' trip to Chattanooga, 10 oz. Eye
Tenn. Mrs. McDaniel was called BABY I RIPE
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bradac there on account of the serious I a. 10
2 f 49 BANANASilb.
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Peter illness and death of her mother,, LIMASV r ,
Dzioba to Titusville Satur- Mrs. Mary Lloyd Dyke Mr Mc \ ', p":. .
day evening for a dinner and Daniel and the children made 6 oz. Seald Sweet L Fresh
dance. Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Dzioba's the trip up later to attend the ORANGE S CELLO t

daughters, Nancy and Sally ren- funeral. : 10
dered music'.during the evening Mr. :McDaniel's uncle, George JUICE ," :; ,6 f: 99c CARROTS f ,bag

on their accordians. Proctor, passed away during the ', : # .
Sara Lee -*"-*". Georgia Red
time they were there. v ,- .
Mr. and Mrs. L Hart madea POUND S : . SWEET .
trip last weekend to Albany, Mrs. Anna, Dean from Hines- I .
Ga. to visit with their son in ville, Ga., is the house guest of CAKES- , , 'each 79' POTATOES lb. 10.c.
lawand, daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. her son in law and""daughter; -

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I I The Fire insurance policies we write still give the I

HM ee ti 'B I same dependable protection but today you can enjoy
s I, Ll additional benefits through coverage in a "Home I
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I JII owners Policy" at very little cost.
l DON RUSSELL DAVIS Remember H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you

M JLO i ir II Mr. and Mrs. Dale Davis of I take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone

Tulsa, Okla., announce the arrival ID 7.3361 or stop.1n soon for full details.H. I

I of a son born February 1, I T. COOK AGENCY
r I and weighing seven pounds and
Bunnell Florida
ATTENDS VFW EIGHTH .LOCAL GIRLS APPEAR Citizens Bank Building ,
1 I the
nine ounces. He was given
I DISTRICT MEETING IN ANNUAL BENEFIT
name of Don Russell., :Mrs. Davisis
IN DAYTONA SUNDAY I
r. Susan Jane Deen and :Minnie the former Miss Viola Miller,

Those from the VFWAuxili- Deen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
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iary of Bunnell who attendedthe Curtis Deen, are participatingin I Miller of Bunnell. '

Eighth District meeting in the Annual March of Dimes AFTER SERVING ONE TERM ON THE CITY
,. Daytona Beach Sunday were I Benefit in Daytona Beach Peabody John Jarosz was moved to his
Rosemary Brown, Muryl Thatcher I Auditorium this week. home here Tuesday from a nursing COMMISSION I OFFER MYSELF FOR

Hattie King, and Clarice ;i Susan is doing Modern Jazz home in DeLand. He is con- RE-ELECTION ON MARCH 6th.
Taylor. and soft tap numbers. Minnie I fined to his bed at the Jarosz
t has a number in ballet and soft Apartments on State St.

STORK SHOWER HONORS i 1
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MRS. GEORGE JAROSZ I tap.The Annual Benefit is present-I L. S. Cody, Jr., who is a stu- I ;. C A. McKenziev

I I ed each year by dent at the University of Floridain I

.. Mrs. George Jarosz was shower honored -I II II t Grady'and Louise Dance Studio I Gainesville, made the dean's Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated .
guest at a stork I:of Daytona Beach. list the past semester. He is
: Monday afternoon at the Jarosz (Paid Political Adv.)
I I' I.in his senior year. ..
( Apartments. Hostesses for the,I Sgt. Daulphus D._ Miller, Jr., _.
party were Mrs. Martin Hard I of Ferenandina Beach spent Mrs. F. H. Howell is a patientin -- -

ing and Mrs. John Jarosz. They the past weekend with his the Glendale Hospital, in pa-I
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were assisted by Mrs. ,Claude
i D. D. Mil ltaka receiving medical
parents, Mr. and Mrs. ELECT
Barrow. I I II
'f;; ler, at Artesia Park. ment. +
rti The baby theme was used in 1 I I II II
't the decorations and favors. A-I I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cofer of j I Carlton Johnston has returned ::" ., Clif Sheffield ;
k bout friends the I I med. *..*: .
thirty enjoyed Winter Haven' visited here with I to his home 'after receiving -

affair with the hostesses and John Hardin Sunday enroute to ical treatment at the local hos- ,. ... YOUR .
honored guest. I Jacksonville. Mrs. Cofer is Mr. pital. '
I CITY COMMISSIONER
Hardin's aunt. I ,"_
J Mrs. Curtis Deen and daughter CARD OF THANKSI .
OF BUNNELL
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t Susan Jane, have returned Mrs. James Taylor of St. Au- wish to express my appre-
I after a trip to Pensacola where gustine'visited here with friends ciation to Dr.. Canakaris and his Your .Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated.Paid .
Susan participated in the Flor- Monday. staff for the wonderful care and
( Political Adv.)
, ida Junior Miss Contest sponsored a treatment I received while I wasa
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t by the Jaycees.there.. I Mrs. 'William Marshall returned patient in the hospital. Also

r Twenty-one girls representing to her ,home in Onancock, my friends and relatives for the
I all sections of the state were I Va., Sunday after spending a lovely flowers, cards and visits.

,I: in the contest week here with .Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnston.
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Raphael Sturman. Mrs. Marshall
:t Mrs. P. L. Malphurs and Mrs.J jis the'former Margaret Sturmanof CARD OF THANKSI Vote For ProgressIf

Gene Hersey were visiting in Bunnell.Mr. would like to express my
I i Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Mal- thanks and appreciation to my
phurs was there for a checkup and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel friends and relatives for the

1 at the hospital where she,je- J were visitors in Jacksonville beautiful floral offerings and
I cently underwent surgery' I Wednesday. cards sent at the bereavementof

.my beloved*mother, Mrs. Alice You Your To Grow
'.Want Community
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Mrs. 'Carlton Johnston.

And Progress Elect Your Administrative
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THANK YOUI

Polish Sausage SupperMarch would like to express my ,

sincere thanks and appreciationto Representative to the Commission on his
my friends for the beautiful

flowers and cards, sent to me
3 .. o'clock P. M.
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during my stay in the hospital. Proven Ability. *: ,

WHITE EAGLE KORONA Also their prayers and visits. ;f. : -K; : *: .* .
They have meant much to me. --?--* 'P' '; .-; ,. .. : ;, ?"_ '
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; Sponsored By Levi L. Brannam, Sr. .
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KORONA CLUB
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\ -- Ernest "w a I ton'I It

Community To A Higher Standard.

REELECT I Johnston, Jr.L. .


I t Harry Atkinson : I ;. .." <_ <'; ..:...c. ''
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Let Us Keep Pace With The Rest Of
CITY COMMISSIONEROF CITYCOMMISSIONER
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BUNNELL Florida, The Fastest Growing State In

I f+ Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated.

(Paid Political Adv.) .' Your Vote and Support The Union. h .- .. .

Will Be AppreciatedPaid -- '. ',,
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( Political Adv.) ;-f '
r I Am Announcing
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA Abe. Abraham Is Part And Parcel Of
I IN CHANCERY NO. 4426 I
\ LAVONNE E.
WILSONPlaintiff

My Candidacy For KENNETH E.vs WILSON Defendant This Community. Give Him The Chance

NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE 'STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: /

CITY COMMISSIONER c/o KENNETH'ValterVllson E. WILSON To Work. For Our Progress.,,
Rear of George Street
Taneytown. MarylandYou
'are hereby notified that a
# suit has been filed against you in .
,. In The Election On the above entitled cause; and you ,;
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are hereby required to file your answer '
with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
< March the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. ';
Tuesday, 6, 1962 whose name and address is: and
W.. O.L. Box WADSWORTHP. 396 Vote For Elect

\ Bunnell. Florida
not later than March 29th A. D.

1962. If,you fail to do so. decree pro
Martin B. McDanielYour confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded, in the EDWARD "Abe" ABRAHAM
bill of complaint. The nature of !
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS 'my hand and seal of .
said Court this 23rd day of Feb. 1 1
F
ruary A.D. 196%.
Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated. (Official E.Seal A.) SMYTHE .
Clerk of said Circuit Court (Paid Political Adv.) \ :'
By Julia R. Harvey :
(Paid,Political Adv.) Deputy Clerk
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some good games as some of have made it a'10-3 record. I 57.4: :- average, with Giddens '"...a J

these teams have some of the Robby Tucker was the leading I I close second with 47.5.

finest basketball players in this point man with 117. Giddens J. V. Record: team total points, I

class. had 72, and Elbert Tucker had [443. average 34 per game. Op- t

62 points. Robby also led the ponents team total, 404, an av- I

I- SHARON TOWNSEND LEADS team in foul shooting with a I erage of 31 per game.- i

BUNNELL GIRLS IN SCORING
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;: I Sharon Townsend is the lead

By Leslie Pccho ing scorer. Sharon has 217 f 1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY lAIR 1| !

BUNNELL GIRLS WIN ilk, Michele Steflik, and Bev I II points and a 13.5'average per
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./ FOURTEEN STRAIGHT GAMES Cummins. game. -- - .I
Melrose forwards, VirginiaFord I Sheila Westbrook and Sue CONDITIONING-HEATING J|ELECTRIC SERVICE t

-' Bunnell girls defeated Haw- Carol Hurst and Margaret King, who are out for the sea- "I I SERVICE'1-1
FLORIDA AIR PROMPT ELECTRIC
trone 61 to 14 for their four- Slade. Guards, Oleda Bowen, son, have a 13.7 and 13.9 av-I CONDITIONING CO. \
) BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY
theenth straight games. Sharon Doris, Ford and Ellen Scott. erage. Barb Weaver has a I
Inc.
Of RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
Daytona. -
Townsend, Barb Weaver, and average and has scored 115. Al I
COMMERCIAL & MAINTENANCECALL
Allida Tucker scored 30 pointsin INDIVIDUAL, SCORING RECORD ;,lida Tucker with a 7.6 average AIR DITIONINGHEATING I
GENERAL SHEET METAL
the fourth quarter to sew up Games Pt AvgR. has scored 114 points. These 3 I HUBERT PELLICERID If
"We're Proud of Our Work"
7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
the win. Sharon Townsend Tucker 10 117 11.7 girls have been averaging 10 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120

scored 30 points, Allida Tucker Giddens 11 72 6.5 I points more per game since I
GARDEN SHOP
. 17, Barb, Weaver 14. Conference E. Tucker 11 62 5.6 they became champs. AUTO SERVICE I I

Guard Grace Steflik and Bev Anderson !6 29 4.8 i iI I II McDANIEL'S Gray's Garden Center .

,. Cummins with Mechele Steflik, Polk 7 33 4.7 I I I ROBBIE TUCKER LEADSJ. I Cteadquanem for Gardening Need.

Linda Revels, ,and Lorraine Butch :McDaniel 3 14 4.7 V.'s IN SCORING Service Station ,Ceramics GUts Materials Dry Arrangement

Wyndham held the Hawthorne Metts 12 32 I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
2.71 I I II Jack Hardin's JV Bulldog basketball -
girls to 14 points. Cowart 4 10 2.5 i i team finished the seasdn Tires--Batteries-Minor Repairs TORO LAWN MOWERS

Johnson '" 6' 13 2.1 Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051 \
Bunnell G Ft P with a 5.8 record. Five of their ORMOND '

Allida Tucker 8 1-3 17 Knight '. 6 '3 2.0 games were lost by a matterof \

Heidi Eisenbach 0 0.1 0 Seale 7 13 1.8 two baskets which would Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I HARDWARE

Barb Weaver 6 2.6 14 Hodges 6 9 1.5 FAMOUS PAINT J
REQUEST FOR BIDS THAT
Sharon Townsend 15 0.3 30 Townsend 6: 8' 1.3 I Notice is hereby given that the GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I
Holland 2 0 0 East Flagler Mosquito Control District Exclusively at \
.' I of Flagler Beach. Flagler 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days _. _
Eisenbach 0 0 County will accept bids at office
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located 7 miles north of Flagler I State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE "
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Weatherington 3 I !I n
1 Beach on Highway AlA up to and
Hawthorne G Ft P until 6:00 P.M. March 14th. 1962.
': I for the purchase. of equipment as I Colonial Service StationEARL
Carrie Rush 0 1-1 1 follows: Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 I
E. RICE, Proprietor
Brenda Pollard 3 '1.3 7 BULLDOGS CLOSE OUT I One Hendrix Model TSor
EQUAL Dragline Bucket one- GAS OIL LUBRICATION
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5 SEASON WITH WIN half .
Jean Duke 2 1.2 yard capacity complete.The MOTOR TUNE-UP
bid price shall be the cash I Village Hardwar. Center
Linda Oliver 0 1.2 1 Bunnell Bulldogs closed out delivered price to our shop. Flag- GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I II I HOUSE PAINTS \1
, ler Beach Florida. Bidder 'shall
?, -" their regular season with a not include Federal Excise. Transportation U.S. HIWAY 1 = BUNNELL J JED'S Match and mix color
5 4.8 14 Mike or Florida Sales taxes. any ,;
72.56 win over Hawthorne. Bids will be opened at office on I I 'Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
McMillan: hit for 25 points with March 8. 1962 7:00 P.M. The East \
GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Flagler Mosquito Control, District -
BUNNELL GIRLS LOOKING FOR Harry Kuleski getting 19, and Board of Commissioners reserves PURE OIL STATION I AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420 1
Reliable Morris the right to reject any and all in Wash &
16th, WIN AGAINST MELROSEMrs. old Randy get- bids.Dated Specializing Waxing _
ting a big 12 points I 1962. this 19th day of- February Batteries-Accessories i i: JEWELER I

Jerry Jackson. coach of Hawthorne had Ellis Reed I East Flagler Mosquito MINOR REPAIRS :

the Melrose girls basketball with 20 and Eddie.Higginbotham I Geroge Control Moody.District Chairman.Feb. u.s. Hvry. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138, I BRENNAN Jewelers ,

team, will pit their 11.5 record getting 21 points. The Bulldogs 22 & March, 1-8-3tcJWWVWWWWWWaVaVaV
BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Diamonds-Diamond Setting i
against the Bunnell girls 15.1 sewed up the game in the first I I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

and 14 straight games Saturday half when they had. a .40 to 24 O. F. ALFORD ,
I !I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
night. lead that Hawthorne could not Registered BAR & COCKTAIL Watches S

I overtake. LOUNGE i I i Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired ,
The Melrose girls were run- Bunnell G Ft P :Real Estate Broker I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5058
in their conference tournament :
, nersup : Their, leading scorersare Q. Emery .r... \"Y.4. 1-2 9 Bunnell Florida SUNDAY FROM FROM 9 6 P.M. FURNITURE I

J.: Brow .t2 0.0 4 .. .. .. .......... ..... ,
Virginia Ford, with a 21 /'...-..................,/1 Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
B. Moody 1 1-1 3
point average. She ,is followedby j. -I Ormond Bedding and

Carol Hurst with a 17 point T.M. Polk McMillan 'f.12 0. 0-,1 1-2 25 0 PAL PARKER'S. INC. I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co. I

average. Both teams will have Automotive Specialty Center COCKTAIL LOUNGE Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE \
H. Kuleski 9 1.6 19 I I
sisters in the starting lineup. BRAKES UEL.INED $15.95 Eddie & Mary Shultz, Props :! $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
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D. Peterson .0 0.1 PARTS LABOR
Melrose has Doris Foard at . AND PACKAGE GOODS :! R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner \
R. Morris 6 0.2 12 FORD-dlEVROLET-PI/rMONTH.
guard. OTHERS $10.95 9 a.m.-2 a.in-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.J 69 Granada, Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411
540 Mason Ave. Daytona Oeean Bird-Flakier Beach I --
have lost
The Bunnell girls
34 4.14 ,72 I
I PAINTS
Sheila Westbrook and Sue King I I Hawthorne G Ft P BETH'S SEASIDE ,

from the team. Both of them E. Reed 7 6.8 20 FREE PAINTOne BAR & GRILL 1 JERRY'S PAINT MART '

were great -players and are D. Bender 4 0.0 8 FOR FINEFOOD PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes
missed, but the team braced itself E. Higginbotham 8 5.7 21 extra gallon of your choice I

and Sharon Townsend, Barbara with each gallon you buy
B. \Vitt 0 2-2 2
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3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA 1 i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
Weaver and Alida Tucker
G. Donald 0 1-1 1 Mary Carter Paint_ Store
have been really ringing those Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond
W. Adams ::1 0.1 2 AlNO WeatKate Snooping Center I
ORange 70761I
. baskets. The team has been
P. Baker 0 2.2 2 I -- BUILDING SUPPLIES
and better ball r
playing greater RCA VICTOR (I ROOFER ,
and all are champs. 566 WICKLINE
20 16-21
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EDGEMON ROOFING
CO.
We will have a chance to see
"LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN Building Supplies Manufacturers of
the close out their season.
girls TOURNAMENT OPENS TODAY THE WINDOW I
So, see you all Saturday night.. Group IV, Class C. Tournament I Southern Radio & Television ,CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL
LINEUPS 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001. STEEL TYPES OF ROOFING
in the Bunnell todayat I
opens gym ORMOND Fast Dependable Service
Bunnell forwards, Allida Tucker 3 P.M. with Coach Joe C.' Flagler Beach HE 9.2254BOTTLE HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
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Townsend. Guards, Grace Stef- against Coach David McColl'sJohn PHARMACY GASHARRIS
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Gorrie Blue Devils. .Sick Room Supplies-Sundrles RESTAURANT
BOTTLE GASBOTTLE
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At 4:30 P.M. Coach Ron Skel- I
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I
TV SERVICEALL or BULK : SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
ton's Hastings Spudsters meet I 24-Hour Prescription Service FLAGLER COUrfnrS ONLY I
i Lunches Dinners
Coach Wrench's Hillard Free Delivery in -Sandwiches
BeachRt.
oget: Flagler HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY I
MAKES Red Flashes. The Red Flashes 1 AlA 1 mL North of I OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
Agent For ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 PHONE ID 7-3551
have a 16. record.Thursdayliight 152 W Granada-Onnond Beach
Help Flagler County Grow
Coach Ed Cunningham f Open 6 Mll P.M. at
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
RCA & PHILCOTUBES By Shopping at Home
Paxton Junior High Evlnrude Dealer 146 S. Atlantic Ormond

& ANTENNAS SOLD Pirates will meet Coach LowellR. BOATS ACCESSORIES -. REPAIRS CONCRETE PRODUCTS
AND INSTALLED Russell's Yulee Hornets who RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChicken
Dockage: Storage Tree, Ramp (
Your For ConcreteDial
"Q" I
FREE had a 17-2 record for the sea-I WE FINANCE
TUBES TESTED
son.. This game starts at 7 . 825 Ballou-sh Rd-Daytona CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes

At 8:30 the Bunnell Bulldogs,I DAYTONA BEACH Sandwiches and Pies

TV BobFLAGLER with a 12.8 record and coached BREAKFAST ANY TIME

I by Cliff McGriff, will meet iiJlJl'j 3Uaglrr cUribunr I Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant

BEACH I Coach Schemer's Kirby Smith AlA 1 :Mile South of Pier
Junior High Rebels. I BUNNELL. FLORIDA CLEANERS
PHONE HE 9-2204 I j. Basketball fans are in for I i Used Furniture-Upholstery
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- MRS. M B. FULLER, Editor GIVE TV STAMPS I JOE WELLBORN

.sl: Oj>en Daily S to flPhone Furniture & Upholstery
24 Hour .. ... O..I..ated Official Pubileati.ater
Wrecker Service Public, lf' .tl efl *C flakier ID 7-3188 GOOD USED FURNITURENew

Cnnty. Mantel palltlea thereto I 115 N. Bay SL Bunnell I, Bedding-Mattreaa Renovating

.. .. Fla Truck & Tractor Co aad the State .f Florida DRUG STORES Furniture Flomtah UplI Holly Hill l'Ia&Tr.dn11nu -Ct, 8-227S


i MASSEY-FEa RGUSON Katered a* .**.** ttmmm matte Moody's PharmacyFlagler PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

Grove Farm -Industrial Equipment February *.181S.at the ...tfflc4
at Baaaell. Flarfaa. .ad r met .< County's Corner Drug Store The Flagler Tribune

Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 March s. 1ST*. PRESCRIPTIONS
Night ID 7-3529 Publishers Printers, / '
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I a housing project. A Medical t ti ers, packing houses and improved I I II
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Letters To Editor i i Doctor has come to town and : stock and pasture. People '

built a modern hospital. We I in the country have telephones I Community I

I Continued from rage: 3) I'I have new restaurants and mo-' I now-they didn't fourteen -
: tels also and two -supermarkets, II years ago. Ru I Memorial ChurchInterdenominational I

f eral clean-up of, the Area, part I I auto supply, farmer's supply, I've only skimmed over Bun- i iI '

of which is unsightly. The area I I tractor and implement company, nell's accomplishments but I'm
to be cleaned up and landscaped ,lumber company, guneral home, I II convinced this is a progressive AIR CONDITIONED

should include the Park i t gas supply, florists shops beau- ,town and I think we have made
and the area to the east 'of''ty shops/ n addition drug store,j I tremendous strides and a normal I I Daytona Ave.

Route AlA. a community playground' and healthy growth that I firmly FLAGLER BEACH

. We hope and recommend that numerous civic clubs both local believe will continue as we con-
/ the present Commissioners will and national have been formed I I tinue to work at our everyday I Sunday School 10:00 A.M.I .

go on: record as favoring this with their goals to better the I I task of earning' a living. A good Prompt Service I Church Service 11:00 A. M. I

before they leave office. community. I i,small town with a well balanced I
I R. W. DICKERT. Paator
Fourth, in addition to the (I program that the people have PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US I!
business house in town
Every built with their EVERYONE, WELCOME I
eventually own work and
Pier House the Town I
that was here when I came has their tax dollars is in . . . . . .
needs other suitable Town progress The Flagler Tribune
; either remodeled or moved intoa
Hall my way of thinking and I'm I
buildings such as a Town new building and almost NOTICE: .UNDER FICTITIOUS
a Recreation Center and aLlj in the has very gald to call it my town. i :NAME LAW
retained everyone vicinity I Phone IDlewood 7.3282I Notice is hereby given that the
brary., The Town has Sincerely
either built a new home or improved 1 t I undersigned, under provisions of
I a trip'of land which the Flag- their present one. Margaret Jane Deen. I BunnelL Florida Chapter %0953, LAWS of Florida
ler Harbor Corporation is under Acts of 1941. will register with I
obligation to fill and make A Dentist has set up practice, I the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
.i for the municipal buildings I the County Health Department and for Flagler County. Florida J
ready has offices stockade upon .receipt of proof of publication I
new a new
r ; and the Town should take of this notice, the following fic-
CRAIG
I suitable steps to provide' the I has been built at the county' FUNERAL HOME titious name to-wit: Marineland I
buildings required for a first- jail. The city water system and I Fruit Shop under which I am engaged .
I in business at Marineland
collection and
garbage police
t class municipal! group. It will I has t A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director Florida. That the ,person Interestedin
. be just south 'of the New Post system improved and we I said business enterprise' ia:
Office which is very attractive. have a new fire truck. Florida JOHN HARDIN, AssociateAIR EDWARD B. SHULTZ.
t Dated at Marineland. Flagler -
Power and Light has, built new
The Town buildings should be I I County Florida February, 1962.
OXYGEN
i I at least as good, to match this offices and an equipment area, LADY Feb. 8-15-22 & Mar 5 -Itc
Pier House. Lehigh-Portland' has built, many CONDITIONEDCHAPEL
and, the new I I EQUIPPED I
I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i. Fifth, this Committee believes new modern filling stations have ATTENDANT NAME* LAW
AMBULANCES
that the Town can support all been built and just ride out in Notice is hereby given that the
this and more; and has made the country and see how each undersigned under the provisionsof
.farmer has improved his land Chapter 20.953. LAWS of Florida.
t considerable effort to dtermine Phone ID 7-3532 Acts of 1941. will register with
J how it can be done. We are with modern machinery, new I the clerk of the Circuit Court in
quite clear that it cannot be a facilities for transient labor, 201 E: MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA and For Flagler County, Florida
I pumps and wells, fences, grad- upon receipt of proof of publica-
I f. strip Town along the Ocean, tion of this notice, the following
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particularly as the people own -- -- fictitious name to-wit:
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f ing land on the north and I r .tea.O.R.AT.OORNO.. ON'ALL CHEMICAL* READ omienoNt AND CAUTION trouc usr.I Marine Novelties under which we
are engaged in business at Marine-
f south ends of the Town have I .F land Florida. That the parties interested -
' taken legal actions to prevent ;:: T in said busines enterpriseare

f their being in ,the kind of a as MARINE follows: STUDIOS.. INC.

'. Town that we have had. Wet W. D. BURDEN.
believe this dispute can and Dated at Bunnell Flagler 'County -
should be settled by agree- Florida 15th February 1962.
Feb. 22 & March 1-8-15-4tc
.. ment. These sections of the _
f Town are entitled to water and IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE

the other Town .services SEVENTII JUDICIAL, CIRCUITOF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
If the Town acquires a suitablesize FLAGLER COUNTY. IN CHANCERY -
{ area to the west, it CASE NO. 4412
will solve not only the present EVELYN V. WALTERS Plaintiffvs

unpleasantness but will provide -
1- the funds for giving the Town d DANIEL a WALTERS
the tax money it needs, together ri s:' ,.t: x I Defendant
4 IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
with an area for growth. We ? & .
J ' feel that the present Board P. : I TO FLORIDAWaiters -

should takethe necessary stepsto P. O. Box 46Morganville .
New Jersey;
annex a suitable area to the '
file
You are hereby required to
, west, perhaps to the Old Kings T 4ay'j and serve your answer to the Bill
Road. There 'seems to be a of Complaint filed herein againstyou
f in the above entitled causeon
1. precedent for this; and a map or before the 12th day of March,
, is being prepared to show the A. D. 1962. upon H. T. Cook, Es-

.. lines of the Town some, twenty quire plaintiff's attorney herein
, and the proposed new < }J ::4 whose address is Citizens Bank-
years ago
Building, Bunnell, Florida. "The
Town Line. .:., Flagler Tribune" is hereby desig-
We propose and will help organize nated as the newspaper in which
Com this order shall be published once
a Town Advisory I l I a week for four consecutive weeks.
' mittee for over-all planning and HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE-
the development of the services CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE
will need. Such a ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR.
I'I the Town k a g4 3S' SUCH FAILURE.
, proposal has been favorably The nature of this suit Is a Bill
* considered by the present Com lI for Divorce.
i I mission. We want volunteers Bunnell.WITNESS Flagler my hand County and Florida seal at

.t- to serve on such a committee. this 1st day of February. A. D.
We should provide for at leasta stna. 1962.
growth. The Flagler lCn / (Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHEAs
ten-year I
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Harbor development Palm Har- Fv Flagler County. Florida.

bor, together with ,adjacent I i Q4: Feb. 8-15-22 & Mar. 5-itc_,
under agreement, :
property
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
should 'provide 1000 new tax- FLAOLER COUNTY FLORIDA,
payers perhaps as soon as three IN CHANCERY NO. 44 SO
I I* years-not more than five years. Norman Morman, Plaintiff

Y With the proposed land to the .: vs.
. west and the development of Henrietta Patterson Morman.

the unused land to the north x : i Defendant.
r NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE
and south, the Town should be STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
able to take care of any reasonable Henrietta Patterson Morman
*, growth. c/o E. A. Patterson

fe I have let to the last perhapsthe ); : Route Rockingham.2. Box North 32A Carolina

most important item: The You are hereby notified that a
duty of us older people to build suit has been filed against you in
'? the above entitled cause and
; you
up the kind of a place in which ; are hereby required to file your an-
fathers and mothers with a : swer with the Clerk of this Court
growing family, want their children and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
l to live; suitable recreation I : whose name and address is:
, under happy, wholesome con r ; Ray Selden
ditions. Your Committee visual Selden Building
Daytona Beach. Floridanot
1 izes that the women of the later than March 22, 1962.If .
Town can make this a practical you fall to do so decree pro
I reality. We have evidence thatit confeeso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded in the
is needed; that there are fine bill of complaint. The nature of
young people who will profit said suit being fdr divorce.
it. WITNESS my hand and seal of
by said Court this 15th day of Febru-
When we do these things, it ary. A. D. 1962.
will be an honor to serve on (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

the Board of Town Commisi kill 'em wherever they're hidingUnder Clerk By Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court

sioners. .'" Denuty Clerk
I Feb. 22 & :March 1.8.15-4tc
f ANOTHER LETTER TO ,_ _
.. THE EDITOR the curl of a leaf. In the crevice of a is absorbed so swiftly that workers can enter FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

stalk. Wherever insects hide, safe from other the fields a few hours after spraying. And the IN CHANCERY NO. 4424
In last week's paper you asked CLAIRE A.
i, .us all to examine our thoughts sprays. .Phosphamidon hunts them down. natural predators that feed on harmful potato HOLDENPlaintiff,

C as to why our town doesn't And kills them.Phosphamidon. insects can safely return too. EDWARD AT*HOLDEN. JR.;

1 grow.an I injustice.think you do the peo can do this because it So isn't it silly to spray money away, hit TO DEFEND DefendanLNOTICE

,, I moved to Bunnell fourteen doesn't kill by contact alone (though its conor miss, with ordinary sprays, when with THE EDWARD STATE OF A. FLORIDA.HOLDEN, JR.'TO:

i years ago. when the only- paved tact'kill is spectacular). It is absorbed by the Phosphamidon, you just can't miss. 109 Wood mere Street

streets in town were U.S.1 and foliage and the entire of Raritan, New Jersey
't. penetrates upper part You are hereby notified that a
State Road 1L Since.then nearly suit has been filed against you in
the Result
f f. all the streets are paved and plant system. : a "remote control"kill Helping the World Grow Better the above entitled cause; and you
.: maintained three beautiful new that gets the hidden insects other sprays are hereby required to file your answer -

, churches have been built, the miss. And the list of insects reads like an and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court.upon

i court house has been renovatedso the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney..
has the civic center and encyclopedia of potato pests: Colorado whose name and address Is:

, the football field has been im- potato beetle (even the resistant one), all ORTHOPhosphamidon Ray Selden Selden Building

proved with better lighting, varieties of aphids, flea beetles, corn borers, Daytona Beach Floridanot
bleachers and restrooms.U. later than March 29. A. D. 1962.
1 have been four-laned leaf hoppers, just about every' insect that confesso If you fall will to be do entered so. decree pro

and landscaped and State 11 sucks or chews. What's more, most insects you -for the relief demanded against in the
widened and rebuilt to ,the bill of complaint. The nature of
r '.; that are resistant to other sprays find Phos: ; said suit being tor divorce
I '- ocean, a modern gymnasium has phamidon irresistible. f WITNESS my hand and 'seal of
J been built where there wasn'tone said Court this 18t day ot February -
at all-new'\'school cafeteria As if this weren't. enough, Phosphamidon A. D. 1962.
(Official Seal)
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a new elementary school and F:. A. SMYTHE

bus barnes, the ,high school remodeled ,CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION,P.o.Box 7067 Orlando. Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court
a kindergarten estab- By' Julia R. lIarvez .

J lished, Carver: School built and :March l-S-l5.22-4tcHP-Uty ****.


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',; ; ANOTHER FOR BEN FRANKLIN Fertilize The use of 200 pounds of SHRINE CLUBCONTRIBUTES
Time To
CONSlRVATION NEWS I -
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produced 15 hundredweight
phosphorous
f. Stamped slogans on mall are TO I

p nothing new. Benjamin Frank Your LawnBy By TIlman W. Rohlnson j:acre than the more potatoes fertilized per HOSPITAL FUND .u .
lin, a deputy postmaster general crop
" "How Students and Parents I
. -' for the ,American Colonies, Howard Taylor Can Promote Soil and Water 1 with 100 pounds.Dr. Those from the Flagler Coun -' ,i
: franked with I Hensel out that ty Shrine CJub attending the I
' his envelopes Those tender grasses need .Conservation in My District" is I points
t.r3 "Free B. Franklin." After the'l I fertilizer now so that your lawn I the title of the: speech Bunnell the data pertain to :potatoes annual meeting of officers of

'. War ,for Independence ,started,!'will quickly respond to warmer High School Students will use ; grown on old land, or land I I Shrine Clubs affiliated with !
I:' l he partiotlcally switched the I.temperatures and moisture. ,which has been under continuous Moroco Temple in Jacksonville
in the speaking contest sponsored -; "I I
: I words to read "B. Free Frank St. Augustine, Bermuda and by the Florida Associationof potato production, over during the past weekend were '<

t lin. Bahia grass lawns should be Soil Conservation Districtsand For recently cleared land or I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brannam, :
I Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford, and I
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fertilized in March and againin new
,- the Flagler Soil Conserva- land, Dr. Hensel says the
May, July and late September. tion District benefits of phosphorus fertiliza- Stanley Novak. ;

Apply a complete fertilizer This year the Flagler SCD I tion are even greater Increases- Mr. Brannam, president of the '

f. . CLASSIFIED such as a: 6.6.6 or 6.8.8 or 6.8.6 will award a ,$25.00 first prize in yield have been obtained by local Shrine Club, presented a 1
check for $300.00 as the club's
or 7.9.9 or similar analysis and and a $10.00 second prize. The using up to 400 pounds of phosphorus i

.5 S apply at the rate of 25 poundsper winner of the local contest will I per acre, compared to the contribution to the Shrine'sCrippled I
f' ADS Children Hospital in '
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1,000 square feet.An earn the right to compete in 200 pound ;rate. I Greenville, S. C.

iron deficiency may occur the area contest, and the winner I: Results show that no reduction -
+ Listings under tkla heading are Mr. Alford is the retiring ,
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alkaline soil such the
'. 3 cent 9r word each Insertion as of the area contest fo com-. of phosphorus fertilization I ,.
7S cent fa minimum charge. Beach soils. The president of the local club and
Flagler symp- in the state contest where ,
pete should be made on either old
: FOR SALE-Small Jeep $295.00. toms of an iron deficiency are the first place prize is $150.00. or new land in the Hastingsarea. I I Mr.The Novak is secretary also attended-treasurer.the

Contact E. L. Bell, Deen Road. yellowing of the grass blades. group 1
I I I banquet and Potentate's Ball on
Ie 3.1-ltp This deficiency shows up sometimes The Flagler SCD will also I Dr. Hensel says the
..... after fertilization and during Saturday.
' sponsor a local land judging !mended rate of 2,500 recom-I
I
: LOOK-Splendid Rawleigh business ;; rainy seasons while the .,
r contest between three teams of 6.6.8 per acre will .
available in Flagler Coun- I
grass is in a fast growing state I FFA boys. The winnning team pounds of ,phosphorus. Any re :: Japan's Inland Sea contains

t r ty. Exceptional opportunity for and grass cannot take in enough I will receive $10.00 and earn a I duction in this amount would I,more islands than any similar
Industrious person. See Frank iron from the deficient soil.. l I
, trip to Gainesville to compete j tend to reduce the yield. j I body of water in the world.
W. Massey, PO Box 74, Anthony,
You can correct this condition I in the ,State Contest to be held II !

; or write Rawleigh, Dept. FAB by a pplying chelated iron applications I on March .30.Phosphorus. I ..................._.... .... .............. . . ......
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360-18, :Memphis Tenn. of iron sulfate. I
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j i..;' Feb. 15 & Mar. l-8-3tp Be sure and apply all materials FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR

uniformly, otherwise Brings
j FOR SALE-Refrigerator. Large '
streaks will in the lawnor
appear AMBULANCE
across top freezer. Good condition
even burn the grass whereit Better Potato Yield .' PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
$65.00 Jones, 23rd St.,
, and Flagler Ave., Flagler Beach. was applied too heavy. On Potato yields can possibly be SERVICE
l small lawns divide the fertilizerIn AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
: Feb. 222tpHOUSE increased by using more phos
half and broadcast by hand
phorus, according to tests at the Never be, hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance.: We
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, half of the fertilizer in one di- ,

large living, dining area, car- rection and then apply the Potato Hastings.Dr. Investigation. Laboratoryat are always at your service with promptness safety and

, and CBS 'other half of the fertilizer at
port utility room, on D. R. Hensel, assistantsoil experience.
': 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South a right angle to the first appli-
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf cation. chemist, says experimentaldata l| Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
show that 200 pounds per
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SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- Home owners who desire assistance acre' increased the yield of po-i Garcia Funeral Home
with their lawn and ornamental ,
able rates. Jarosz tatoes by 29 hundredweight as
George phone
problems can receive P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
ID 73410. 11-2 to 4-26-tp compared to plots with no ,
r assistance by contacting their
phosphorous. LADY ASSISTANT I II
r FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed local County Agent in Bunnellat I
60 yearsin the \Hastings. area. I ... ... .. ...
ID 73122. Personal '
Inspection
r: room house at north end of Palmetto I -

r, Flagler Beach, on boat of your lawn problems are

:--' canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional made free of charge to residents. .

r value, beautiful interior -

t... and exterior $90.00 per FFA NEWSThe .
month for September 1 occu-

' S pancy. Contact present rentersor Bunnell chapter of the J i J. .. t .

Alexander Lumber Co., Day- Future Farmers of America wentto ,

tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF Tampa Saturday, February .

Ocean housekeeping 10 to attend' the state fair and M 7"
; apart-
to judge livestock at the fair.
ments, 1 md 2 bedrooms. compete .
( Our chapter had six boys
with linens and all utilities. I IJ.r
representing us with judging.. .
Sun deck,
fishing, swimming, .5, f. ".y.
Three judged beef and swine. -*
loafing. Day, week or month. .
They were: Richard Lerch, Mick.
,Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. :
HE 9.2082 7.6tf ey Ramsey, and Richard Bul I '-''" I

lock. The other three judged 4
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FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone dairy cattle. They were Bob 1I :

bath house, Daytona Ave., Worley, Jim Potter, and Kenny I ::: '.. 1
Flagler Beach. Completely renovated Brockett. We 'had an interesting s n
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.. $65.00 per month. Keys and enjoyable time. : r r,::::: fti .
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Station. Nov 10-tf : tend an agricultural exhibitionat .. .
yr. tea:rr
the fair at Gainesville Satur- ,,.

day, March 24. .
JOHNSTON'S is :-
Also the chapter planningan '
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FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. improved pasture, planting : ;

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, such grasses as pangola and S. ;'
:: a? 1 e i ;
WATER FRONT, :FARMS, I Pensacola bahia. Some of the + ;/ :"...,:'

ACREAGESee members will have beef calvesto ....

us for your real'' estate needs I put on this pasture. ,. .'
Office Phone HE 9-2242 Our chapter will be pretty '

,Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I busy during the spring of this : Mr. Visitor: How AboutFLORiDAyS <'=_' _, _. ,.
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or ID 7-3517 year. : .-f'. !> (" ,
I Howard Emery, Reporter." .,;,

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\ Florida's playing power is obvious, what with superb climate splendid '
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[ To The Citizens Of Bunnell: beaches, excellent fishing, and magnificent resorts. But, what about _..__ .

E ,Florida's staying . the that
.'. power. power turns 150,000 visitors into s
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," I, Edward "Abe" Abraham, a candidate for the residents every year? Also obvious. . if you look for it. You'll find _

=i 'it in new and thriving industries, booming markets, skilled manpower .
! office of City Commissioner of Bunnell if elected, f
: favorable business climates, excellent transportation facilities ,,"

do hereby pledge to donate the legally prescribed : . .and in expanding electric power geared to meet even the needs .i ,

"' ; :,of Florida's! fantastic future. .
salary of, $50 per .month for the performance. of, "'

.1 r I ;.: While you're enjoying the playing power of Florida, take time out to _
my duties as City Commissioner to : the Youth .
t .J investigate4ier/ staying power. We'd love to have you.. for good!
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