Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00636
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 22, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00636
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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: MAR. 28 Water Test Well I FIFTH REUNION I And for
:, Winners of 4-H I The Senior Class of Bunnell Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynoldswill Running

High School is sponsoring a attend his five year reunion I !

;. i"Fun'Day Safari" on Wednesday, ;Work ProgressesThe J at Emory Uhiversity School of Various PlacesDale I

Club Announced March 28. This will include I Dentistry in Atlanta, Ga.. on I
Beach Town Com
... I elephant train rides, pony rides,: Flagler i March 25.While .
tentative B. Brown Jr. unopposed'in
approved plansfor in Atlanta Dr. Reynolds, 1 ,
and other jungleland at
The elimination contest in 4-H t many modern at the Primaries becamethe
I ( a new, pierhouse May
; tractions.The Mrs. Betty Miller, dental assistI I
;: Public Speaking was held Thursday a meeting last Thursday night. Democratic Nominee for ;
seniors will receive 50 f ant, and Mrs. Lora Galloway
March 15, at the courthouse,1 1'j percent :The plans were prepared by Flagler County Tax Collector at I
of the advanced ticket sales receptionist, will attend the
', acording to Howard Taylor, coun I Scheel and Logan Architects of noon Tuesday, the deadline for !
I and 25 per cent of the proceedson .Thomas P. Hinman Denal Clinic I
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ty agent. Jacksonville. A few minor I 26 'through 28. qualifying. Mr. Brown was ap
<' Judges for the event were Rev.j grounds. I:changes were made in arrangements pointed to the office last October, '
This clinic is an'annual meet
The Safari will on the vacant
; Bill Spicer, M. B. Fuller, O. F. Al- r of the building and it is I replacing Gayle Mercer who re-
lots back of Brannam's Red and :ing of the outstanding dentists.1"
h'. ford, and L. L. Gage. I I expected bids for construction : signed. Gayle had been appointed
White store. Proceeds from the of the to see and hearth
In the junior division contest will be let in the near future. l:1 to the office in February, replacing -
rides will be used the class e latest improvements in den
of, boys and girls under 14 years by The wooden pierhouse has 1 I I tistry.'Superior'. his father, J. F. Mercer,
t I
for their educational trip to
t of age, Barbara Jean Pache been criticized by .the State i iI :who retired because of ill health.

; placed first, while John Cody Washington and New York City. ,I Board of Health during the past!I I E. A. Smythe, who was appointed -
k,. and Betty Lynn Bourne and Isa- I I several months because of Inadequate !It Won I to the office of Clerk of !

t. bell Green placed respectively I sanitary facilities. I I Circuit in February of last year,

f.. second, third and fourth. New Football The commission expects to i: is opposed by J. H. McKnight: ,
r 4 In the senior division, Allida approve the final plans for the Jr. Mr. Smythe was appointedto

i Tucker and Mike McMillan were I pierhouse and complete arrangements Again By Band : the '''office, replacing Ralph E.

E 1 the top speakers. Allida and Facility, ,Plans t for financing the new I Harbert who was removed from I

Mike, will appear before the Rotary I structure at a meeting tonight, J office by Gov. Farris Bryant following i
At District Meet t
Club at their luncheon on it was learned.Dr. : an auditor's report of the ,

March 29, and will be placedat Being Studied I David B. Smith, engineer i office.
that meeting first and second' i for the town's water search, re- Flagler County's member The last days of qualifying

k- by Jack Clegg, Bill Spicer: and I It I Thirty-five persons attended [ported today they have com- High School Band represented I I I brought a: total of 10 candidates

\ John Cannon who will serve as i the football meeting held at the I pleted one test well and are county in a "superior" manner I I running to fill the three School

judges for the final contest. I,Bunnell school building Tuesday, i[working on two others. Indications 'last Saturday, March 17, at the Board posts up for election this

According to the judges who :night, Coach Bo Manuel said I from the drilling, it was 'I District Band Contest held in I I I year.

\.. -. were very well impressed, each I today., I stated, points to results that will Fernandina Beach. '. In district One incumbent Ria

'- contestant presented a very I The meeting was'called.to discuss -I be very satisfactory. The band, all soloists and ensembles A. Johnston is running for elec-

". creditable speech and, in fact,J I ways and means of building Mr. Smith said that within I returned from the con- tion and is opposed by Louis t

all adults who attended the con- I football facilities at the: two weeks they should completethe .test with ratings in each of its Steflik and Herschel King. Mrs.

test were surprised that these 'school. It was decided to meet exploratory program and he I events of "Superior." All participants Johnston was appointed to the

young people had such ability. with the School Board, County: will then be able to begin ta are now eligible for!office about two years ago by /'
One of the judges' expressed Commissioners, City Commissions make the layout and plans. State Music Contest to be held 'Gov. LeRoy Collins. King was i iI

great surprise that even the here and the Beach to discuss this year in Daytona Beach on removed ,by the governor after '

younger 4H members had presented financial aspects' of the j Start Rebuilding of May 9 and 10. A rating of uSu.I -1 I a charge of moonshining was

n_, ,th lr speeches in such an project. The group will.
Sceptiorfalrand interesting._man: again next Tuesday, Mar l-i27;I'Dmana:Rbstaurant"Construction .1 be"obUi ned, even though an I I In 'District Three incumbent '
f' rier. I at 8 o'clock at the school house: !"Excellent" rating is a very fine W. L. Dunson is running for re- (

; The following, in addition to for reports if the finance can ; on the new Dixi-,! indication of workmanship. election and is opposed by James

those named above, competed: I be worked ,out forthe project. I II I ana Restaurant was started ihis Soloists were: David Brown, Crews and Walton Kinney.

Johnnie Ruth 'Miller, Anne The group decided it wouldbe 'week. I baritone, accompanied by Mr. District Five incumbent Roy -I

*- Bourne, Susan McMillan, Darrell I I better to build a new stadium Thomas Diamond, owner of I Ted Weber; Elaine Deen, piano; Likins, running for re-election, f

Britt, Michael Robinson, Tilman I t on the school grounds instead the property, said the new restaurant -' Mary Pache twirling; Mary Su is opposed by Howard Lerch, t

Robinson,. Jr., and Donnie Moore. of repairing and improving the will be built on the I' san Brannam, student conduct- Myrtle Cockman Rice, and Sarah ;
Four H'ers Mary Susan Bran ,ing. Ensembles included the E. Martel. I
city-owned stadium. I south side of the old building !I I
nam and Nell ,Johnston were I I All interested citizens will be I which was 'damaged by fire last I! Brass Sextet: Mike McMillan, I Commissioner District Two in-

formally congratulated for having welcomed at the meeting Tuesday I July. The old building will be Boyd Robertson, Elaine Deen, :cumbent George Wickline is opposed

placed first and second in it was stated. J torn down and the space will I Ronnie Canakaris, Randy Morris I by Charley Rockett. jI'

the Soil Conservation Service be used for customer parking. and David Brown. The Brass Commissioner District Four in ,

\ Speech Contest which had been !I I The new building will be mod 'Quartet members were: Butch I'cumbent Alfred R. Tucker is op

held earlier in the afternoon at Plans Field Day em construction with a 26-foot McDaniel, Leonard Buono, Albert posed by J. B. Pellicer and Arden '-;
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the Bunnell School.At front facing the U.S. Highway 1 'Johnston, and Benton Eisenbach. B. Kinney. ;

the conclusion of the speech i For Baseball and running 50 deep on the F Accompany the band to Fern- I Incumbent O. F. Alford, running .

contest Which had been conducted I property. andina were: Mrs. George Sko- I for, re-election as Commissioner 'J

by Vice-President Mickey i I Boys trying out for' the Flag I Sam Broadaway is contractorfor lar, Mrs. Kenny Townsend, Jack 1 of Inland Navigation Dis I

Ramsey, Howard Taylor, on behalf I ler Beach Little League and, the the building. Hardin Ted Weber, John ny tract, was unopposed. !I

< of the 4-H, Clubs, presented Babe Ruth League baseball Seale;; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisen. I Mrs. Leola Jones, recently appointed ,!

Mary Susan Brannam and Mike I teams have been busy doing I\\LOVELACE GORDON bach, Mr. and Mrs. 'M., B. Mc !I Judge of Small Claims 1 i

McMillan their'president's pins. something besides playing' ball, I Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lov- Court, was also unopposed. I

The pins were a small gold 4-H 1 Mrs. Mildred Rockett said today.ION SEMESTER ,ell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleski, Incumbent William L. Wads- ;;

;.. emblem with a gavel attachedby I Thanks to Lehigh Portland I Lovelace 'Gordon, son of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, and worth, running for re-election

a small chain. Mary '''Susan! Cement Com., and some of their and Mrs. C. P. Gordon of Bun- :Mr. and,Mrs. Walter Morris. to the Florida House of Repre

and Mike have both served as interested employees,' materialand I nell made 'the Deans list in the t ',sentatives is opposed by How-

president for two terms and they equipment have been put, Florida State University School ard Wisehaupt. fr
were commended for their out together to form a new infieldat I State Democratic Committee-
of Music the last,, semester., Idlewood Club
the baseball park. Insteadof malt Sr. and
standing leadership ability. faculty announced this week. George Moody, ,
1 a bat in their hands these I State Committeewoman Eula ..
Young Gordon is playing. with
boys-55 'strong-had shovels in Sponsors. Youth
the Florida Smphony Orchestrain I Fuller were unopposed.
Peter Marshall their hands. Now they can settle Orlando during this semester Precinct committeemen and
down to serious practice. The Council DanceThe :
and is not attending the uni 1 committeewomen George Moody,

Will Speak At league opens April 1st." versity. Idlewood Club of Bunnellis Sr., Steve Cyzycki, Gladys Deen
Mrs.. Rockett said a field dayis Sarah Martel, and Eula Fuller
dance for the
being planned for early May sponsoring a were also unopposed.J. i
Baptist Church FORMER RESIDENT Youth Council
Flagler County
and will include bicycle race, R. Shelton was elected as

Peter Marshall, well known tug-of-way, liorse-shoe pitching, PASSES AWAY IN Saturday night at the Community precinct committeeman, replacing

Presbyterian minister of Wash boxing bouts, foot-races, dancingand DAVENPORT. IOWA Center. Jack Clegg who did not seek .
The club is using the "Ship.Vreck" -
ington, D. c., will speak at the a baseball game. The boys Mrs. Margaret Parks of Daven- re-election.
theme in the decorations.The .
First Baptist Church this Sunday will sell soda pop, hot dogs port, Iowa passed' away there \ William S. Buteux for Republican '
dance begins at 8 o'clock
night via tape recording, it candy and hamburgers at the Wednesday ,of last week after I Committeeman was also
was learned today. The public ball park with all proceeds go- I a long illness .Mrs. Parks wasa unopposed.
club has asked membersof
is invited to attend. ingto the treasury. resident of Bunnell for a number -
Bunnell School Senior
Though Peter :Marshall has I I Manager Wally Gibbons and i of years, residing with Tier the JOANN MORRIS PLAYS
Class to teach of the
been dead for several years, tape Coaches Joe Seale and Tom Wilder parents, Mr. and Mrs. John New- any young
people who are interested in WITH U. OF F. BANDIN
recordings of his sermons are would like to see more par- ton. Mrs.: Parks was 85 yearsof
to dance. will BEACH
learning They DAYTONA
preserved and give all an opportunity ents take an interest in the base- age.
hold the dance class from 6:30
to hear one of the ball activity. Funeral services were held in JoAnn Morris, daughter of :Mr.

most popular ministers in our Mrs. Rockett ,said the whole Davenport Monday of this wee k. to 8 o'clock.Members and Mrs. Walter Morris, played
of the club will
times. gang joins together in thank Survivors include a daughter'' clarinet with the University of

The program will include a ing the Lehigh management for Mrs. Vola Johnson Fude of Da-chaperone both the dancing Florida Symphonic Band at the .
class and the Youth Council
brief sketch of'his life precedingthe I their cooperation financially and venport; one son, John of Duluth Peabody Auditorium in Daytona I

taped sermon. This programis >> i I materially. Minnone sister. Mrs. Bes.sie dance. : Beach Tuesday evening. The ,

part of a new approach to I( Buford, Miami; and two concert was at 7:30 P.M. !

; \ Christian culture and knowledgeand 'I' Eggs are most nearly perfect brothers ,John and Elroy. Also I Egg whites beat up faster and I Miss Morris is a music majorat i

is directed by John A Clegg,I I natural source of body building surviving are several grandchil' I better if removed from the refrigerator the University of Florida in t

it was stated. I protein. dren. I H. an hour before use.I Gainesville.


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4t H. Hoff 2 1 5 have parents talk to me about I if there are any boys that are: '

J. Rodgers 3 2 8 those things. Everything has I not on any rostor please, show

e B. Taylor '2 0 4 been going as I planned it. I up for our opening game, and

i. D. Hilsenbeck 2 0 4 really have been enjoying it asthe they will be taken care of. Open-

boys have been fun and a ing date-March 29, at 4 P.M.

: I IJ J 17 3 38 week away from opening, and I (Continued on Page 9) !


B. Haylor 8 0 16
;:, Bunnell Recreation Department, I Big Sammy Bertha scoring 15 _
points in the final took - ,
will be holding the first meet- game
ing Thursday night April 5th at I I the honors for being top scorer'I j t

:' 7:30. All teams interested, man- Rinky Dinks G' F Tp in the City Senior Basketball I FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE t

;' agers, sponsors and all players. Kendall .0 0 0 I II League. Tom Pinner who scored CO. t BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY I

i The league will 'play fast pitch, Preacher -; :' 2 2 6 I 15 points in the final game was Of Daytona. Inc. I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL

and some of the pitchers have Wall 1 0 2 I'runner-up I Buddy Taylor was AIR CONDmONING-HEATING'1 I COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCECALL '

F" already been getting in shape. 'Rodgers ', 1 1 3 No.3. GENERAL SHEET METAL HUBERT PELLICER
r C. Sheffield 01.1 Final Scoring Record "We're Proud of Our Work" I ID 7-33O1 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
':., The Recreation Department I I I J. I. Sheffield '1 1 3 S. Bertha 92 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120

T. Pinner 87 GARDEN SHOP
urnpines. I AUTO SERVICE I J
,. I I, 5 5. 15 B. Taylor 68 Gray's Garden Center "
: more than welcome. The league J. I. Sheffield 56 McDANIEL'S
I Headquarter for Gardening NeedsCeramics "
{" is looking for the fastest action I !i' D. Metts 54 Service Station GIfts Dry Arrangement r
of any year. Fans can expect ALL STARS DEFEAT 'I C. Harris 48 Materials
t something new, something different COLLEGIANS 39 TO 38 I J. White 45 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers I:

will be held in 45 Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs TORO LAWN MOWERS
Meeting defeated T. Bertha
Cliff Sheffield's All Stars
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051 '
Bunnell ID 7-7119
the school gym at 7:30. the Collegians in a close H. Wells 45 I ORMOND

I game 39 to 38 to finish up in ; E. Nipper 44 Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
D. Littlefield 36
.second place. Tom Pinner had
F ZAZAS FINISH SEASON 15 points for the night and J. I. J. Kelly .35 THAT FAMOUS PAINT

WITH PERFECT RECORD Sheffield 11.. For the Collegians, C. Sheffield 33 .- GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I
i Dick Littlefield was high with R. Ross 33 Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7,Days Exclusively at

Jumping Joe White's champion ,12 points and ,Johnny. Rodgershad B. Cook 27 State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 I t FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
k' Zazas finished the season with 8. Final Standing ,

r a win ,over the Rinky Dinks Zazas 9 -0 1000 ColonialService Station .

' with/a 45 to 15 win. This gave All Stars G F Pt :All Stars 6 3 666 EARL E. RICE, ProprietorGAS.oILLUBRICATION I Flagler Beach' HE 9-2103
the Zazas a 9.0 record. Buddy C. Sheffield 0 0 0 Rinky Dinks 2' 7 232

'K. Taylor had 16 points and Sam- J. I. Sheffield 4 3 11 Collegians 1 8 111 MOTOR TUNE-UP I Village .HardwarCenter J'

my Bertha 15. The Rinky Dinks ,D. Metts : 4 1 9 GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I HOUSE PAINTS

i just couldn't, move against the T. Pinner -7 1 15 SPRING TRAINING NEWSI U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
I IED'S Match and mix any colorBuilder's
B. Cummins 2 0 4
powerful have been going by the ball I Supplies ItItchenwanGIFl'S
H. Kuleski0' 0 0 field and find all the boys are
and to I believeits PURE ,OIL STATION
eager ready go.
T. Bertha,: 3 0 6 AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
15 5 39 one of the great thrills for Specializing in Wash & Waxing
, 6. Bertha 5 5 15
all the boys I have talked with. Tires. Batteries:-Accessories i
/ J. Medors. 1 0 2 Collegians G F Pt JEWELER
. Some parents can't get over MINOR REPAIRS Ju. I
J. White 1 1 3 D. Littlefield 6. 0 12 I :
how their boys are taking to .s. UW}". 1-Bnnnell-ID 7-3138 )
: H. Higginbotham. 3 0 6 I B. Chambers 2 0 4 1 I BRENNAN Jewelers 1
.. the sport. I am very glad to
h\ BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
I I, Fine Jewelry and Gifts

I !I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
I Watches
\ -. ', ; 4. "" : I LOUNGE !{i Watches-Jewelry Clocks Repaired
DANCING FRIDAY SATURDAY 160 E. Granada-ormond-oR' 7-5056
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Ocean Blvd AlA Beach
,- Flagler '
I'I'I Ormond Bedding and
'' I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.

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Eddie, & Mary Shultz. Props. !J $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment

9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. 69 Granada Ormond Dek. OR 7-6411
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',. BUILDING SUPPLIES !I I ORange 7-0761 .

I Building Supplies Manufacturers of


Fast Dependable Service
N Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
ORcmge 7.5177. 7.1793

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.' Sudden showers hold no dread when you dry all CLOTHES DRY CONCRETE PRODUCTS

your washables indoors..even at night..in a ftameBETTER I RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteokChopaChieken
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.1i "in )1O4ida ..lilac-like flowers is a good annual j '
for edging around a rock I !

(By Hervey Sharpe} .garden. This dwarf plant pro- j
duces myriads of seeds that a I
By Hervey SharpeFor furnish an abundance of voluntee i f
seedlings. l j !i
/ beauty instead of ugly '
weeds scatter self-seeding flower t The Blue-Eyed African Daisyis I
seeds on vacant lots this pring.If another accommodating self- ;

.planting posey. One trip to the J Ji fI fI I
posted signs put up by can- i seed store is all you need to I Ir I
tanker-cms owners prevent a land r become a life member of the
then enlist small- I I
approach, a daisy flower clan.
fry and his kite to scatter the
seed. It is 'a simple task to iie Lazy gardeners who have a

a packet of seeds 'to the kite's yen for an abuandance of warm

ail and let the wind whip out tones of yellow, orange and I
the tiny slmbols of beauty on flame color.should try their luck

.very square foot of the off- at getting a start of California

limits soil.Phloxes poppies. These plants produce r
.. are the best bet to literally 'hundreds of seedlings.To .
furnish a riot of color season prove that you are not lazy, I SHELTON'S SELLS FOR LESS

after season. These multicolored -. try transplanting some of the

poachers, if given a chance, extra plants. In moving the
will' blanket a dry, sandy lot plants be sure to get a. ball of n
and will thrive with no care at I soil along with the long taproot. w Boneless & Rolled '.

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all.If i For something blue in nature's
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some of the land you claim I! -
j reseeding program, try to establish -
actually belongs to the road department -I .
a stand of Chinese forget- .
,, then sneak a few
I me-not Volunteer plants appear
springs of the blanket flower- [
.. almost as fast as magic after Smoked & Cured Young Tender
I the first flush of blooms. Thenit

close This to low the road's grower shoulder snuggles that so is merely "question which. : PICNICS I : VEAL CUTLETS lb. 89c
I plant to thin out and which :
it is safe from the whir of
plant to let live and bloom
mower .blades. It is a persistent
: plant and withstands the weav- I again.

ing mistakes of the inebriated i Bachelor's Button, a hot weather .. I b 29 World's Best

or the spinning wheels of the I plant that sends up seeds HAMBURGER .
3 Ibs. 1.39
: hot-rodder. rather freely, is another lazy

Another good roadside plant gardener's dream flower. It likes .,R
that plants itself is the Per- a bit of care but seems to do

winkle. However, this plant equally well as a cast-away Extra Lean
-won't show .its,, color if, mowedtoo plant." .

., often. Annual is of the PORK STEAK lb. 49cHenderson's
Sweet Alyssum is a selfplanter Larkspur one : ,
for the gardner who likes to most"? striking, yet dependable I '4 .
garden flowers for spring. \t is
have nature to his planting I ,
cool weather _
definitely a plant, -----0
chores for him. This plant with
because the seed will rest in
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... N5 1r'rtiW warm soil until fall before pop 5 lb. bag
O. F. ALFORD ping up as seedlings. The seedlings -

Registered transplant with easejustbe Fresh Headed & Drawn
I sure to get the roots pointed : 29'11
Real Estate Brokers WHITING 19c ,
,, toward the earth and the plant tb
'b- . .. ._
s* -e Florida will grows- . Fresh
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..._._..........I......................... No- spring -"ft.garden is complete,, Limit one with 7.00food' "'order'or' more FILLETSv 29c I

'\ without Petunias. The giant ruffled Ib. f '
. FREE PAINT types do not set seeds as I L t
easily as the .small flowered, w I
r ..One, extra gallon of your choice
: single varities. In. most cases, FANCY FRESH PRODUCE {J MIX OR MATCH
A .y with each galloir you buy
\ hundreds of seedlings will
I, ,. Mary Carter Paint Store sprout from the soil around the Tender .Green J< STOKELY'S

Ala. Weatcate KhoopInK Center Petunia_ bed. Usually there will

be plenty of flower plants for POLE BEAKS I 303 can'CREAMCOR
PAL PARKER'S. INC. both you and the neighbor.No .

Automotive Specialty Center garden is complete without 2Ibs29c 4 for
BRAKES RELINED S15.O5 zinnias. In the early spring try j
planting the giant-size plants . 303 canGARDEN .
OTHERS $19.85 with mammoth blooms. When Large Selected SWEET
; 540 :Mason Ave. Daytona these long-lasting flowers beginto PEAS

I \ lose their color, snip the POTATOES 3 for39C 1 79

faded blooms so that the plant 303 can

RCA VICTOR wijl send .up other flowers. California j CUT BEANS,
LIVING COLOR TV Don't toss away the old zin- AVOCADOS 19C

,. "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE niar blossoms. Dump them on ea.
:.c Southern Radio & Television an area of freshly worked soil, can .
] 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 and presto-scores of seedlingswill

ORMOND appear. These new pants Kraft Cheese Food KingOLEO
- will furnish color until it is timeto .

,, ORMOND PRESCRIPTION plant the,dwarf zinnias in the AMERICAN PIMENTO 2 Ibs.ge
t Sick Room upplles-Sundries fall.These are, only a few of the .
'' HOSPITAL 'SUPPLIES plants that plant themselves.For 290. Singleton 10 oz. pkg. .
1' 24-Hour Prescription Service 8 oz. pkg.
additional suggestions for a BREADED SHRIMP 2 pkgs. 89c
: t Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of lazy gardening program, check
" ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 the vacant lots around '
your Friskies $ Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.

i>,' THE OUTBOARDER_ home. DOG FOOD, 6 tall cans 79c FORDHOOK LIMAS 2/39c

:' Authorized Evinrude Dealer
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\ NEWLY ANNEXED The Flagler Woman's Club J''
AREA MEET MAR. 29A Wad a business meeting Wed-
nesday at the club house with Flagler Food Store '
meeting of all freeholdersof 1
the newly annexed area of Mrs. Phillip Kester, president, ;
presiding. There was a good attendance '
Flagler Beach will be held on
:March 29 at 7:30 .P.M., Mrs:: C. and the hostesses were, Flagler Beach ;
Sinedlar said today. Mrs. ,Arthur Paquin, Mrs. Helen 1 1
Kreuger and Mrs. Mary Novick.I -
She also stated, an outstand- BEST MEATS ANYWHERE f
It decided to : Past
was have a
ing citizen will be the speakerof
the evening and a free buffet President's Tea for the social PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. MAR. 22-23-24, 1962 j
meeting this month which will
supper will be served. Admis- t
be March 28th. Mrs. Mary No-
sion will be by ticket only. For Center Cut Western
,vick Was named' chairman of U. S. Choice j
tickets and information see H.R.
the tea and on the committee PORK CLUB
Hunt, Stratton Norcross or Mrs.C.
with her will be :Mrs. E. P. Fleu-
Sindelar, she added.
rie, Mrs. Ted Kolhaas; Mrs. Clar-
CHOPS 69Small
PLANS MADE FOR Mrs.ence Shultz Paul ,Kelly Mrs., Jasper Mrs. Lillian White, lb. STEAKS lb. 89Palm :

EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE Bondy, and Mrs. Grace Clay. Lean River I
Representatives from all the Mrs. Harold Massie, program SPARERIBS
churches met on Saturday to chairman, will extend a special SLICEDBACON I
make definite plans for the invitation to the Junior Club *

Easter Sunrise Service for this members and their guests. lb. 49 49Jiffy
year. Mrs. Kester 'named to the lb.

. It was decided to hold :the nominating committee Mrs. Myrtle
service at 6 A.M. in the Flagler II Streeter, Mrs. Ernest Buteux, 12 oz. Copeland "
Beach Baptist Church with the Mrs. V. W. Haines, and Mrs. May SKINLESSFRANKS

i pastor, Rev. Atlee Stevens, delivering -I Hendren.' They will present a STEAKS & "r
the message. Rev. Reyn- slate of officers for the coming *
old N. Hoover, pastor of the year at the next business meet- Pkg. 39 VEAL PATTIES 10
Flagler Beach Methodist Church, Ing. Mrs. Kester will be accompanied ea. G

and Rev. R.-W. Dickert, pastor of by Mrs. Paul Kelly, treas-
the Community Memorial Church urer, to the State Convention of
will also take part in the sere Florida Federation of Women's MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE HENDERSONS SUPER FINESUGAR

Clubs in Tampa, during April.A -
will be directed by report on the_sale of house
Judson Stryker and the special numbers was made and it was
music will be by a choir com- decided to use the money made '\
bined from all the churches. .to purchase inlaid floor tile. ,for
i Rolls and coffee will be servedin !the club kitchen. lb. c "
the church basement after 29 5 39 I

the .service. Mrs. Malcolm Johnson was can bag f

admitted to the Ormond Beach Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order' ;
. Hospital Monday evening for I I "
/ COMMUNITY MEMORIAL medical attention.Mr. I II
CHURCH NEWS 46 Del Monte
," oz. PILLSBURY (
Rev. R. W. Dickert announcedthat and Mrs Ed Ward from PINEAPPLEJUICE f t
his for Sun.. Gainesville spent several days b.
message next $ FLOUR
day morning would be entitled I here last week with Mr. and 4 for IO 5 49* 1 1I

"The Gate of Heaven; What Is I Mrs. George Miles Moody. 1I
It?" There will also' be a representative .
I r from the Giddeon Society Mrs. E. F._ Taylor is leavingfor f
and he will speak duringthe her home in Greepsburg, Ky:, 303 can Chef Boy-ar-dee LARGE:SIZE -
hour. \ Friday after spending the winter SPAGHETTI & : t. I

and months daughter here in with law, Mr.her and son .MEAT BALLS 4 for '$1.00 FAR ,ct:, :: pkg. Z5C'f\

1 Mrs. E. V. Taylor. "... .. f
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Arriving Friday from Ontario, S Food King '? f
Memorial Church Canada, to spend a month's vacation 2'/ can s
denominational here will be Mr. and Mrs. SOUTHERNYAMS GRATEDTUNA . .!j
Daytona Ave. ;- 5 :: IQONo. canJge: I
Mrs. 'Gladys Mahnhen, Mrs.A. .
I FLAGLER BEACH Elliott from -Orange, N. J., \
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. and Mrs. Howard Edmonn from ,
Church Service 11:00 A..Moo Long Valley, N. J., are here on 300 can Joan of Arc Grade "A" Fla. Medium

R. W. DICKERT. Paator two weeks vacation. KIDNEY ,

t Mrs. George Miles Moody and 2 -forZ5e dozen
Mrs. Leonard Moody visited in
Gainesville last Sunday with --
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward.
MAKES iI Mr. and Mrs. Al Hall of CHEESE

RCA Agent&. PHILCO For I I visitors SPREAD ..2.oa 690 OLEO.2 ..... 290

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD I Born to :Mr. and Mrs. E. W..

AND INSTALLED II Eatman, Jr., a baby daughter at FROZEN '_FOODS PRODUCE
5:30 P.M. Monday, March 19th,,
Beach Hospital.Her 10 oz. Birds Eye Western
weight was six pounds and BABY I
Bob eleven ounces. WINESAP

LIMAS v 2 49c .
Mrs. Clarice Babbitt and chil. c"" .."."- : ra' APPLES 21bs. 39c
FLAGLER BEACH dren, and Mrs. Patsy Davis, were -
PHONE HE 9.2204I .in SL Augustine Monday. - , ', 1

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FISH ,-- '.>/* : w RUTABAGS 1
STICKS '. F. ; ':; -.:.;'49c TURNIP ROOTS 5c
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Feed Grain Prices I these supports are the same as grains requires consideration of Nematode Control Researchers with the Florida. 1+
j i the 1961 crop supports. The 1962 several factors, including sup- Agricultural Experiment-
For* 1962 AnnouncedPrices support prices reflect approxi ply in relation to demand, the Research ContinuesIn are constantly working toward, I
mately 74 percent of the January ability of the Commodity Credit the development of effective-
for the 1962 crop of parity for corn, barley, and Corporation to dispose of stocks recent years the control of chemicals that can be appliedto I
feed grains, according to A. B. oats; 69 per cent for rye; and ; acquired under price support, nematodes has become increas- the growing crop.
Johnston, chairman of the Agricultural -. about 78 per cent for grain I the ability and willingness of I II ingly important in profitable But another promising meth-
I Stabilization and Conservation sorghum. I producers to keep supplies in I vegetable production programs.In od of improving nematode control a
line with demand feed value
County Committee, ,
Feed grain legislation provides addition to the root-knot is through the developmentof
I will be supported at the follow- I that the. Secretary of Agri- I of grains in relation to corn, I nematode, the. stubby-root nem- better equipment for the application ,
ing support levels: and support levels for other
1 culture, may set the support level atide, the lance nematode and of nematocides.
Corn, .$1.20 per bushel average for rom at not less than 65 commodities.After A I the sting nematode have been (I In cooperation with E. B.
I for all grades; barley, 93 cents per cent of parity for' the 1962 considering these factors, found to be serious pests of vari- Holmes, assistant agricultural
.. per bushel for No. 2 or better; crop. The $1.20 per bushel sup- the support prices for barley, ous vegetable crops.to engineer at the Gainesville Sta-
grain sorghum, $1.93 per hun- port price, Mr. Johnston said, oats, and rye were set directlyat tion, workers at the Central
dredweight for grade No. 2 or was determined as the price their feeding value relation- Florida Experiment Station are-
better; oats, 62 cents per bushel I that would effectively meet the ship to corn, and the support maintain and increase the studying different types of nem-
for grade No. 3; and rye $1.02 [f objectives of the feed grain pro- price for grain sorghum was set farm income gain of 1961, whilewe atocide applicators.In .
per bushel for grade No. '2 or : gram. The support price for at 90 per: cent of the feed valueof move forward with long- an experiment conducted
better, or grading No. '3 on test I Florida is normally higher thanI corn-the same as for 1961. range revisions of our farm'laws during the past year, 30 gallons
weight only. I the national average. which will permit further progress per acre of DD applied by
In this announcement of the
The chairman pointed out that 1 Support for the other feed I toward our goal of parity means of a blade fumigatorgave
1962 crop feed grain price sup
in income for farm people. better root-knot control on

11- I CAN Y Tombborr I II port sult ture of levels Freeman the, extension Secretary said that of of -the AgriCUI-1 feed Stainless steel foil, rolled okra DD shank applied than injector the with same the equipment.conventional amount of- I

9 grain program have to 1962 crops, thinner than paper, was used as Nematode control was very
farmers the opportunitynot heat insulation in the space ve-
only to hold the ground they hicles of America's two astro- poor when DD was applied as
drench with quantities.by .
X TELL YOU IT MUST gained in 1961 but to make fur- nauts. cart. I
STOP..WE'VE GOT TO ther advances toward the goalof .1- a watering
BILLS BILLS KEEP THESE BILLS higher farm income and low- I I II
/ gOWN! er Federal expenses. Participation I The Fire ,insurnoce policies we write still give 'ther r
in the 1961 feed grain pro- I same dependable protection, but today you can enloyI
gram was great enough to bring I additional benefits through coverage in a ".Homei i
j about a reversal in the buildupof owners Policy" at very little cost. i
a- feed grain stocks in Govern I. Remember. H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
L ment hands for .the first timein take advantage of these extra coverages. TelephoneID i
nine years despite record 7-3361 or stop in soon for full details. Ii: '

yields. H. T. COOK AGENCY
The 1962 price support levels Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida
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of a good fire :department. urgent. Whatever the need,
local ,craftsman or mer- :..
No one ever makes an appointment a :
with the firelightchant stands ready to provide -

ers., When they receive a quick, dependable \
call, someone needs help I
I So-whatever your need,
Immediately.Sometimes I .
I look first to I local I shops and

folks In the stores where you will find a ., .a At aa '' r.

community have needs for variety of products and services -

I, other kinds of service. Often offered by folks most .

it is something which reanxious to serve you quickly.. I
immediate attention and efficiently.
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private) chat on your bedside phone. Count on your'bedside phone,

-. too, for that safe, cozy feeling you like at night Throughout your

house, phones in the right spots add convenience and comfort,
24 HourWrecker
ServiceFlagler whether it's bedroom, kitchen or den. When ordering your extension

phone, ask about other modern telephone conveniences-the melodic

: Truck & Tractor Co Bell Chime and Home Interphone. Just call.our business office. ,:

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Why Some People I Gardening In Florida gin spring, growth, you will I make only a lazy effort to set I Sow the seed thinly in shallow .
find them hungry after a long color. trenches. A baking powder can
' Do ',Not Vacation By Hervey Sharpe "winter's sleep. They will need After feeding all plants then with holes punched in the bottom

I Most decidous plants are as food to carry them through the consider making cuttings of and a three-foot stick attached

: Florida Revealed I modest as humans. The first first spring of ,growth. poinsettia, ixora, ligustrum for a handle serves well .:
thing they do when they awakein Lawns need at least 20 to 30 azalea, croton and viburnum. as a seed shaker. This home
: .Why ,don't some people in oth- the spring is to cover their pounds of a balanced plant Place cuttings beds in a shady made gadget takes the back-
er states spend their vacations limbs with leaves. Dogwood. food per: 1,000 square yards to spot, or furnish shade for the aching stoop out of seeding. j

t in Florida? redbud peaches and plums and form a carpet of green. Univers- project. Cuttings of many typesor Next. cover the seeds or other :
The ,Florida Development Commission a few others are exceptions. ity of Florida turf experts say ornamentals form heavy root materials, to hold in the moisture t!
.has, released results of They prefer to put on a showof it's a good idea to apply some systems most quickly in mix- and to prevent seeds from z
a survey designed to find the color before dressing. .organic nitrogen so that the tures that contain acid *peat. washing. Be sure to remove the 1
answers to this question I will down this is the best teacherto
Regardless of how plants be- grass not gulp Experience covering before the plants i
.'\ The biggest reasons found in greening agent in a few weeks determine the best rooting .
the winter, and too hot in the emerge.If I
t the Commission's and become hungry before your medium to use for different annuals
; survey were you want to keep
: Jack of time too expensive .in summer.interviewed But 67.5 per cent of next' payday. plants. When choosing cuttings, blooming for another month
those said they If rye grass is on its way out remember everything being
keep the flowers picked. If plantsgo
; I' planned to visit Florida some then mow and rake it out of equal rooting ease increases the I
to seed, the blossoming peri-
1' e: time in the future. the permanent grass. Remem- nearer the cutting is taken to od will be cut short.MECHANIC.
Lack of time in the winter, ber, drying March winds will the root system of the plant.
BOSTON LOS ANGELES said 67.7 per cent. Only 42 percent I I I cause grass to burn, so sparingthe Summer flowering bulbs ready
LONDON gave this reason for/ not water hose will spoil thegrass. for planting include crinums,
coming to Florida in the sum- cannas dahlias and agapan-
4 mer. If your ulcers get fidgety be- thus. \
,r ._ i. THE Too expensive in the winter cause part of the lawn is not Annual flowers which may ON DUTY
a' said 56 per cent. Florida vaca- as green as you think it shouldbe be planted now include aster,
CHRISTIANSCIENCE tions are too expensive, in the quit worrying-most likely balsam .begonia, blue lace flower Give Us A Try
-,5i T summer, 46 per cent thought.A the soil temperature is out of celosia chryanthemum marigold REASONABLE RATES
fifth gave the "hot" weatheras kilter at that spot and thereis morning glory rose-moss,
MONITOR their reason for not coming temporary shortages of iron. I nasturitum, strawflower, sunflower
to Florida in the summer. To save you from: worrying over. I tithonia verbena and the Bass Sing Oil
,j f"; AN lNTtRNAT'Q.lAiF Less than20 per cent preferred time about the pale grass, you wish-bone flower.
t ':, Jt I other areas over Florida in the can bring green color back Most of the annuals can be Bunnell, Florida
winter. One-third preferred oth- quickly by applying two table seeded directly into the garden.
er areas to Florida in the sum spoons of iron sulphate to each ---

t' :. interesting mer.Of gallon of water in a spray.
. I those interviewed, over 90 Azaleas and camellias need a
Accurate per cent had seen ;Florida ads. good shot of fertilizer as soon
I About 42 per cent had seen blooming is over. Play it
.1:; CompleteInternational newspaper ads and 65 per cent safe and get one of the many
., I magazine ads. Ten per cent special azalea-camellia fertili- Flagler County

).. .: News Coverage had seen signs billboards, or zers on the market. After feed-
_--------_----_ posters and another ten per cent, ing these acid-loving plants add
The Christian Science Monitor literature, and posters in travel another layer of leaf mulch a- NeedHERSCHEL -
,r rE One Norway. St., Boston 15, Mass. agencies, train stations, and oth- round these plants.

;f;. Send your newspaper for the time er display centers. Eleven per Roses will need and application ,< . .' . 1. ,
\ checked.. Enclosed find my check or cent had seen television programs of nutrients during their '
' money order. 0 1 year $22. and 14 per cent store first flush of bloom. The size KING
.7 D.6 months $11 D 3 months $5.50
window displays and travel and of bush and, soil is a factor. But
z, industrial shows. when in doubt, apply two
t:L Name Assisting the commission on ounces of a 10-0-10 top dresserto .'
i f Address the survey were research de. each rose bush.If I District No.1.

ii partments.. colleges and universities daylilies don't get their .
ir I .. City Zone in 24 markets in 23 'early spring meal and a ground I II
i states ,and the, District of Co cover of mulch they not only I (Paid Political Adv.) !: F. ..JI
.;, .. -- State lumbia. will be slow to flower but will I . ....
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MARGARET ANN WILSON I Mrs. Edith Allen was in'Green I All sounds of the earth are-

TO APPEAR APRIL 5th ON I Cove Springs during the past like music-Oscar Hammersteinv

} THE JAN MURRAY SHOW weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hir- Music is the mediator between

Mrs. :Margaret Ann (McCort) I'ris Long. I the spiritual and the sensual

:I Wilson of Lakeland will appear: j life-Beethoven.Musis. <

k LOCALS on the Jan Murray Charge Ac- Mrs. Marge Cook and Mrs. I ...should never be pain-

count Show on April 5. The Dorothy McCabe of Chicago Ill.,t ful to the ear but should flatter

show was taped in Lakeland ad- visited with the Robert 'Cook I and charm it, and thereby always -
vertising Florida Citrus and she family during the past weekend. remain music-Mozar.

i I appeared as a contestant.Mrs. I The principle of music knows
Wilson won furniture i of Baker
WITH A BIRTHDAY HONORED WITH A The United States averages nothing discord.-Mary
valued at $2,380.00, furnishing 175,000 forest fires a year.wwwm. 'Eddy.
three Mrs. Wilson is the
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BeBe Moody was honored Fri- daughter of Mrs. RaymondSmith -
:=: afternoon with a birth- 4
day evening"with a surprise Monday of Flagler Beach. '
." : birthday party at the home of day party in celebration ,of her REELECTAlfred

X Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson, tenth birthday anniversary. The DAUGHTER CHRISTENED ,.

1 North Palmetto St. The occasion party was given at the homeof R Tucker '
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden
r was his sixteenth birthday an- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
1201 E. I spent Sunday with the Sam
| niversary. Walton Johnston, Moody
v ; Black family in Ormond Beach. COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4 '
I1-( Thirty-five of his friends and i Boulevard.
I The occasion was the christen- I
: Lawn and contests ,
.. schoolmates enjoyed the evening games
with him. Dancing and were enjoyed during the after- ing of the six months old daughter For Continued Progress :
Ethel Ann. She is Mrs. Hoi-
contests were enjoyed by the noon by the 14 young guests. I
-young guests. In the twist contest Mrs. Johnston served a tempt- dens namesake. Ethel Ann wore; Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly AppreciatedPaid
{ I the same dress her father was | ,
t, Gail Wadsworth h and 'Mike ing refreshment course in the J
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christened in 38 Her
i dining room which was gaily years ago. I
Cook were awarded the prize as
brothers, Norman and Lee
winners.> I decorated for the occasion. She and -
her sister Jane also
f Mrs. Atkinson served a buffet was assisted in caring for her 1
I guests by her daughter, Gloria, dress for their christening. She
supper to the guests. A decorated S
also wore a tatted which I
birthday cake was fea- Delores Deen and Carol Pache. Announcing a
was her mother 34
worn by
'. tured in the decorations. Present were Tyron Whitaker, I 1
/' Tressa Pellicer Donald Pellicer, years ago.Following.
< I the I Am A Candidate For
ZANE KELLEY FETED Rebecca Durrance, Michael Bar- christening ceremony -

WITH A BIRTHDAY ber, Cliff Dozier- Gary Barber, I there was a dinner for BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
I i 17 members of
family and ,
PARTY MONDAY f Andera Jarosz, Debby Johnston, j
Johnston James Alan guests. DISTRICT NO. 5 '
Zane Kelley celebrated his Chip :
Brannam, Sheila and Ernie ...., J
sixth birthday anniversary Monday -
J- afternoon with a birthday Johnston, and.the honored guest. I v', 0, Sarah E. Martel r
Mrs. Louis Steflik of ,
IS party at the home of his par- > I
MRS. HONORED Bunnell are the parents of a son
! .ents. :Mr arid Mrs. J. J. Kelley.A EDWARD (Paid Political Adv.)
WITH A STORK SHOWERAT born February 20 at the Halifax

cow pony theme was used THE MORRIS HOME' Hospital in Daytona Beach. He __ __ __ _,_ n_ _
for the birthday cake and deco-
weighed six pounds and four
rations. Toy horns and balloonswere Mrs. Ed Ward was honored
given as favors. guest at a stork shower recentlyat and, a quarter ounces.

I Present were: Billy Creal, Jan the home of Mr. and Mrs. ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO NOWTRAILWAYS

f" Perryman, Cheryl McGriff, Lady Walter Morris, North Chapel St. MEET

and Jay Rodgers, Rob Cowart:, Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Leonard MONDAY NIGHT NEXT S

Jackie Shelton, Tressa Kurtz Moody were hostesses. .
I and Peggy Reynolds. Prizes in A blue and yellow color The Royal Neighbors will meet
scheme used. The next Monday night at the homeof
'p, the contests were won by Jay was dining
: Rodgers and Billy Cre l. room table was overlaid witha Mrs. Naomi Hosford on North gets to -
white lace cloth and centered Anderson St. The meeting will

) .:Mrs. Willard Spivey has re- with an arrangement of blue, be at 7:30 o'clock.. NEW YORKfaster

i 'turned after accompanying herS yellow and white spring flowers. '
. daughter, Mrs. Judy Dodgen, to On each side of the flowers were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris {

i' Texas. Mrs. Dodgen residing yellow candles in blue crystal had as their guests last week- _
holders. end Mrs. Morris' parents, Mr. BOSTOH t
there while her husband is stationed ,,'
there with the U.S. Army. The gifts were displayed in a and Mrs. A. L. Salt of St. Peters- I -!'
! bassinette lined with blue taffeta burg. Also her uncle_ and aunt, t NEW YORK .: ::11!

[f Mrs. George Allen is spendingthis and covered with yellownet Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoen of : BALTIMOREWASHINGTON : ;;:!

week in visiting with rela : A dried arrangement of Valley Stream N, Y. _ : 5' k
tives in Darien, and Savannah, flowers in a baby flower contalner -, 1'
Georgia.Mr. and an arrangement of Mrs. John Mcintosh is in St.

blue and yellow iris were used Vincent Hospital in Jacksonvillefor RICHMOND

and Mrs W. E. Kudrna .In,. the breezeway.Jim . surgery. v

visited in Plant City several Trr i.i RALEIGH I
days last week 'visitIng with Stevens of Singer Island Mr. and Mrs. Tom Diamondhad :

I friends. was here several days last week as their guest two days last : FAYETTEYIllE '
for dental oppointments. week their son in law and I

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin i r

_ Kramer, of Detroit, Mich. They'
RENT A accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dia-
mond to Fort Pierce for a short
LINDSAYWATER 1 TJ J visit with relatives before leav- JAOSONYILU( j jI jI

ing for a vacation in Nassau. '7
-- --2 'SEl ift'TOttWiiNnt I
SOFTENER Visiting here two days last I I IMIAMI.
week with Mrs. Lily Creal was

$2.95 per mo. her nephew, Creal Speiden. He : I

is from Nashville, Tenn., and is "1M i; Yr"Ai}!:Xw: wI'tiv.,+ : 'vw::
Call CL 2-2220 stationed with the Navy on the +F'f4lf

USS Forrestal. He was on a short,
1134 Live Oak Daytona Beach Florida leave.

Friends of John Jarosz will be ,

r interested to know he is a pa- Ride our new thru4iners't.'.' r 1
tient in the Glendale
I, Hospitalin
Palatka receiving medical over our :j
To The Voters of treatment.

Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. NEW East Florida route ; 11

; Flagler County: :- Tom Diamond was her brotherin

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .
I I have qualified as a candidate'.for member of John Kostopolus of Hammond,
Indiana. From BUNNELL: 1-way
f the Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County. NEW YORK . . . . . . 530.10 :1
from District No. 5. -
Faster Thru service
Leslie Pache left Saturday for

a visit with his parents in .WASHUIGTON . : . . . .. S2Z.75Thru c
I am a college graduate and have had more than Bridgeport:, Conn. He plans to 1 service-over 2 hours faster .,

30 years of teaching experience, 16 years of, whichwas spend a week there. 1 \ JACKSONVILLE . . . . . . $'L35 ..

in Bunnell High School.If ( 4 Convenient trips daily ;- ."S

Mrs. D. D._ Moody and daughter 5 5 MIAMI . . . . . . . . 'S 7.00 '

nominated and elected, I will continue to work Nita, visited in Orlando 4 Thru trips daily (plus tax) ,

for the best interest of Sunday. through Wednesday of MOODY'S j
Flagler County School last week with her daughter. PHARMACY ,
System. : 100 State SL ID 7-3661 .
Miss lona Moody.Mr. .

\ I and Mrs. Alfred Tucker takeTRAILWAYS

I Myrtle Gocfcman Rice Jack Clegg and.George Wicklinewere

.t in Jacksonville two days .
1 J / this week attending the StateAssociation
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it:_* wined City: InS Asia 'Minor A' place of pagan have not been found. Ephesians erected to the goddess 1'I markets, and homes. Converts

... worship, Ephesus was destinedto Aretemis, or Diana, a lavIshly i' rallied to him. The Bible relates -
:Turkey Linked become an early center of I In the past century, Greek and decorated temple that an- i, "Many: of them also which

; Christianity It was also doomedto Roman secion of Ephesus have cients considered one of the I.I used curious arts brought their

crumble and die in repeated II been excavated by the British world's Seven Wonders. The books together, and burned them
: Virgin.Mary Museum and Austrian Arche-
,s invasions. marble edifice was longer than before all men. ." So great was
ological Institute. At ,St.John's I
:,.:.. Ephesus was one of the great present, a football field. Among its stat- I,Paul's impact that the silver-
Temples and churches fallen, Church is restoredin
:f' cities of the world when the I tues were works by brilliant i smiths and soothsayers rioted
its glories swept away, the ghost an American-Turkish project
[ Virgin Mary gave birth, to Jesus sculptors, notably Praxiteles and against him.Though .
city lies in ruins 35 miles
't some inspired and led by a Lima,
the first Christmas Eve. Phidias.
on Goths
r, I If from Izmir, Turkey, near the Ohio, businessman. destroyed Eph-
Agean Sea, the National Geographic Black Arts FlourishedThe eusus in A.D. 262, the Christianized
f; '_. The event in tiny Bethlehem I
Ephesus's ruins combine great city revived and was the
r A was to have a profound effect, Society says.
: and weirdly varying cultures in worship of Artemis seat of two of the most Impor-
: however the distant in
} on city
"< Archeologists who visit Ephes: a timeless, marble harmony.The brought more wealth. Sooth tant councils in Roman Catholic

r ., us are chiefly interested in the sayers, magicians, and star- history. Later invasions by

rffi: j THE BOOK NOOK Temple of Diana, one of the city, according to Greek gazers flourished. Silversmithsgrew Arabs, (who added mosques toEphesus's
Seven Wonders of the World. folklore, was founded by the rich making and- selling architectural heri-

I;,;, Title:. Seven Came Through Christian pilgrims come also, mythical female warriors called magic charms.In tage), and Mongols completed I

' Author: Edward Rickenbacker. drawn by the old tradition that Amazons. Recorded history be- turn, the prize metropolisfell its'ruin. The harbor silted up,

Ii? "Kind of book:, History or Travel Mary spent her final years there, gins In the 11th century, B. C., into the hands of the Lydian and Ephesus sank into oblivion.

', and Adveture. cared for by St. John the Apostle. when Ionian Greeks captured king Vroesus, the Persians, Alex-
Ephesus and made it the capi-
c.:; Setting: The Pacific Ocean. ander the Great, the Seleucids,
Christian Shrines tal of their in Asia Minor. N
,:,: 'Main'characters: Capt. William Both sea and overland trade I I Pergamenes, and finally the Ro-
Christian ,visitors spend much I mans. When Romans made it
T. Cherry, Jr.; Col. Hans C. paths met at Ephesus, bringingit Twentiets-century Spain ranks
time In the tumbled ruinsof I capital of their Asia
vast province,
the Alhambra
" \ Adamsor, Lieutenant, De Angles, wealth and power. 14th-century fortress -
the 6th-century Church of St. Ephesus's only rivals were Constantinople -
in Granda
.: Private Bartek, Capt. Edward -palace as one
I 1: Rickenbacker, Lieutenant Whit- John and, a tiny chapel believedby Colonnaded shops lined the Alexadria, and An- of its rarest national treasures.

't taker, Sergeant Reynolds, and many to stand over the site streets. The great outdoor thea tioch. Yet England's Due of Wellington -
of Mary's home. The local tradition ter seated 25,000 .A St Paul
W. Staff Sergeant Alexander Kacy- sumptuous spent two years in once declined the Alhambra ;

.t-: :anarczyk, who died at sea. says both Mary and John arched gate stood at the near- ( Ephesus, preaching the Gospelin as gift, considering it impract

Summary: Captain Ricken- died in Ephesus, but their tombs by harbor. the in me synagogue, schools, tical.

t!", backer and seven others started 1

r on "a. secret mission, but because

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f\; land. The plane ran out of fuel.

i They had to ditch the plane at

:g..',r sea. These men and Captain I
!Rlckenbacker at fort
:'> were sea

:.. "twenty.one days and nights on
" the three small rafts.

C: ,They had no food and only CHANCE1t

(: three canteens of water. One of

"k' ,_ them was hurt bady in the 1 I I

f I crash and died a few days later. :(

At last Capt. Rickenbacker returned -

E l. to'complete his mission

,i4 r after leaving the hospital. -

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1 'v, CASE NO.--
' UN HE: Estate of



You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to
be the last will and testament of
said decedent has been admitted to m I;
probate in this court. You are I
hereby commanded within six calendar -

':first appear publication months In.the. County from of the this Judge's date notice of Court the to SPRING IN ONE OF THESE MONEY-SAVING '62 FORDS!

tand show cause. if any you can,
"Why'the action of this court in admitting -
said will to probate should -
rnot stand. unrevoked.s II iiL
/ T. K. MCKNIGHT l'L .
County Judge ---- _
"19 First U. publication: March 22nd'l L Ai2 2ri1i IIt
March %:-:9 & April 5-12- -- (
CASK NO. 609 !i :, .
" 3N: RE: Estate of hp
LEWIS J. SLAUGH.Deceased.. 'I 1 I!

NOTICE TO CREDITORS WMorta tintn4.....corm.pfeiMl. II*ddl bMl cost Wbfovil Ira tptfMri it iMSoMl CM! '
of the estate of
All creditors
. "hereby"LEWIS notified J. SLAUGH.and required deceased to, are file C'ONVERTIBLES'' "l21U11U1D-America'sfavorit.fortravel under the sun. Thunderbird styling. FAt RLAN ES I! 'II cars on from soul-First Ford! H_of size a In outside dm..of. t!
any claims or demands which they Loaded with serviee-savmc features Ml size inside.
'may have against said estate in 1
i'J the office of the County Judge of I :
i IL 'Flagler County. Florida in the ,I j
'courthouse at Bunnell. Florida. '
within six calendar months from BUY NOW AND SAVE ON THE SUN-LOVIN' NEW LOW PRICE TO
the date of the first publication, of
this notice. Each claim or demand I CHOICE! I II Ir
mush be in writtne. and must state .:
the place of residence and post'
" office address of the claimant and
fl ,., 'must be sworn to by the claimant. r
his agent, or his attorney or It

ISfil.will Dated become this'void 19th according day of to March.law.. I nnnn I l fOIW 0

'Miriam of the R Estate Slaugh.of Executrix Lewis J. UU lJ!! U\HM: \ U .

. First Slaugh.publication deceased: March, 22nd.II p Used car sales '
March 22-29 & April 5-12-" tc
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 'SEVKNTH are booming. We need good, late model

FLORIDA N0.AND 4433 FOR IN FLAGLER,.CHANCERY, COUNTY.' CASE I i : used cars to help meet spring demands.

1N RE: The Matter of Adoption .
of ANNIE LEE ;WRIGHT a minor -
tory-bv Fennell.NOTICE Robert Fennell and Men- We'll trade higher for your car now!

Whereabouts unknown. .
Whereabouts unknown.
f "District Director. State Welfare

r T. O.Board Box 915Jacksonville.
;' : Florida

, '. that YOU the ARE abov HEBEBY named" Petitioners NOTIFIED IMMEDIATE DELIVERY out of stock-any Ford you select,
'Robert Fennell and Mentory Fen-
,r. nell. hv filed tttion in the
f vibove-styled court for the adoption the want it
x>f the minor child named ,therein equipped way you II YOUR PRESENT CAR
and you are required to show

t<:'<: cause granted written why bv defenses the serving name a If should copy any.of not u your*on be 1 i does not have to be paid for! You can trade now for.

:: W. L. Wad-worth- Attorney for Pe
titioners. P.O.' P-..x 391. I3un'\ell. -
-:" ""Florid an" by fllln the origin any Ford you want atBUNNELL
thereofwith the Clerk of said ,-DJJ.I .
.'Court: otherwise a* decree may b*
t' entered against you granting said

t(, "adootlon.WITNBRS" my hand and the zeal. MOTOR COMPANY
a of saW court at Bunnell. Florida
F I this 14th '<'*y of Mni h 1962 I I
{Seal) "'".. ASMYTHE '
Clerk.of the, Circuit.. Court TELEPHONE IDIewood 7-3301 BUNNELL, FLORIDAr'
#*f22.29 s1 rier Cnii tr. Florida ,
March & April 5-12-4tc .

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5. The quality of American i (e) Drama: Plays, gageants, I tion program essential to the development 'NOTICE OF SALE

I I citizenship is directly influenced I|I festivals,- puppetry, story telling. I of a successful com Notice and is pursuant hereby to given that that certain under -: / I

$nt&. by the use which people make I II !I munity-wide program. Final Decree of Foreclosure and.
I i Sale rendered on the 13th day of 1
I'I (f) Arts and Crafts: Painting,
IOf their leisure time. 3. Funds: Much can be accomplished -, March A. D. 1962, by the Honorable '
1 I sculpture, metalcraft, woodwork, I I Howell W. Melton one of the I
in small communities -
1 I II Judges of the Seventh Judicial Circuit !
I 6. It is that
( an organization leathercraft model
Continued needlecraft
Page 2) ,
II with volunteer leadership of the State of Florida In and j
I contributes to the welfare and! I II I airplanes. I for Flagler County in that certain I
RECREATION FOR OUR < and a small expenditure of I cause lately pending in the Circuit :
happiness of the community I i Court of Flagler County, Florida, I
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COMMUNITYWhy I thereby gaining public support I]i (g) Other: Hobbies, making I money, but a well rounded pro- in ,Chancery, wherein Citizens Bankof l
t collections discussion gram cannot be achieved unless Bunnell. a state banking corpo- S
for its own program. I|[I lectures I ration, was plaintiff and Francis ';
__ .
should service clubs, '_ _- groups, civic leadership.! I adequate provision is made fora G. Mark and wife, Delora G. Mark, !
t ,civic organizations, and other local What is included in a-community i'i i I recreation budget. were defendants being case No. '.;
4413. I, the undersigned Clerk of ..f j
groups be actively interestedin Recreation Program? I Recreational activities should Recreation.' For Our CommunityI the Circuit Court in Flagler County,
community recreation: All leisure time activities that I be available all the year round will outline next week part Florida.day of, April.will on A.Monday D. 196:2:,:. 'the at 2nd the "-!:

t 1. Because opportunities for meet the recreational needs of I and should serve the needs of two of the recreational needs. north front door of the Flagler (
County Courthouse in Bunnell. i
I wholesome recreation are essential -I the people have 'a place in the all ages and both sexes. What kind of things are need- Flagler County, Florida, during the :

I for every individual in every ,program. i iI i What are the essentials for a ed for recreation? How can these offer regular for ajid sale legal and hours sell at of public sale I'!

,community. I (a) Games and Sports: Chil-I;I community recreation program? things be secured? What con- outcry therefor to the for highest cash and in best hand bidder in-

J, 2. Recreation contributes- to drens games, team games like :!(: 1. Paid and volunteer leader- stitutes a good playground 'pro order to satisfy the said Final Decree II

i finer, happier living in home Softball, baseball. volleyball, ship: Every recreation program gram? How are 'community recreation of the Foreclosure following described and Sale aforesaid prop-- (

'\ and community. tennis bowling, handball swim. I I is started by an individual orI programs usually man erty situate )lying and being in !
Flagler County, b Florida to-wit:
: 3. A recreation program under ming, tournament .and field ,I a group believing in recreation aged. The North Half of Lot 12.

and willing to work for it. No I Block 31. Moody's Subdivlson
; competent leadership helps days.b. of the Town of Flagler Beach.

make a community a more I ) Square dancing, parties, I I recreation. program can succeed I per a plat of said Subdivisionon
file in the office of
wholesome, healthy and safe picnicks, fun nights, table I unless it receives the continuous Clerk of the Circuit Court for

I in which to live and \ guidance of capable leaders. Flagler County, Florida, in
place bringup
I games. Plat Book I, at Page 24. together -
children. (c) Music: Choruses, bands, 2. A board or organization of with all of the furniture -
fixtures and appliances
4. A community with good I orchestras, glee clubs, concerts, citizens: An interested, influen- contained in, on or about the

recerational; opportunities tends music contests. tial group to study local needs, buildings property on the, above Includingall described ...

,,. to attract homeseekers and new I (d) Outing: Camping, hiking, I initiate steps to meet them; develop additions and all replace- ,
ments made during the life
industries. fishing, bicycling, nature: study. and administer a recrea- of this mortgage.
Dated at Bunnell Flagler County
Florida this 13th day of March.
A.D. 1962.
Prompt Service Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

tf ,.N.ad.w. .MT.orr.t OCTMO. on*A CMCMICAL*. StAD pncenoii AN CAUTIONS SLPO*( 1St. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US March 22-Flagler Itc County Florida.


',(. t BunnelL NOTICE Florida NO.vs.ELIZABETH,4432.DEWEY SASSER.. Plain tiff; "

: : : .. Board Notice of is County hereby- given Commissioners that the JUNE SASSER.Defendant.

: will receive sealed bids on the 2nd NOTICEIN
I day of April A. D. 1962 at the THE NAME OF THE STATE OF"
hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in the FLORIDA: '
office of the Clerk of the Circuit TO: Elizabeth June Sasser,
Court in the Flagler County Court- Whose address and place of
house for the following: residence are unknown.
'.- f L. P. Gas for the Courthouse. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
1 4 : Stockade and Jail for a period of a Bill of Complaint has been
; ; one (1) year from .the date of acceptance filed against you in the Circuit
\ j____ of bid. Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
III The Board reserves the right to of Florida. In and for Flagler
: reject any and all bids. County in Chancery by DEWEYSASSEft.
____ : Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this The nature of the uud\
15th day of Mar h. A. D, 1962. suit is a Bill for Divorce. You are-
.' JOHN A. CL.EGG. Chairman hereby required to file personallyor
ATTEST: by attorney with the Clerk or
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Boardof said Court your written defenses,
County Commissioners of if any. to said Complaint and to-
t Flagler County, Florida. serve same upon the undersigned
March 15-22-2tc attorney for Plaintiff on or before
the 12th day of April. A. D. 1962.
I NOTICE to-wit:

f :: ""'! Notice is hereby given that the GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE: ,
Attorneys at Law
Board of County Commissionerswill
( 'T' receive sealed bids on the 2nd 233 North Causeway
I day of April, A. D. 1962, at the THE New Smyrna Beach. Florida
hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M. In the *
I office of the- Clerk of .the Circuit hereby designted as the newspaperin -
Court In the Flagler County Court- which this Notice shall be pub-
house for the following: lished once a week for foun (4)
Gasoline and other motor fuels consecutive weeks.
oils and greases for a period of WITNESS my hand and official
one. (1) from the date of seal at Bunnell. Flagler County.
acceptance -
: year of bid. Florida., this 9th day of March.
The Board. reserves the right to A.D. 1962.
1 reject any and all bids. EMIL A. SMYTHE
Dated at Bunnell, Florida this Clerk of Circuit Court
15th day of March A. D. 1962. By Julia R. Harvey
JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman Deputy Clerk.
'?" E. A. SMYTHE Clerk Board \V. M. Gillespie
s't County Commissioners of Attorney for Plaintiff.
>. Flagler County, Florida. :March 15-22-29 &; April 5-(tc
:::: : .: : ;: .:.. : March 15-22-2tc .
> Notice is hereby given that the IN CHANCERY NO. 443O

; r ':' Board Flagler of County County is Commissionersof planning to LILLIAN C. BARRYPlaintiff

,' construct a new dwelling for the vs.
: :i Road Superintendent at the County PETER. THEODORE BAHRY
; IidI Stockade. Defendant
The Board Is interested in receiving -
written applications from THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
interested parties capable of supervising PETER THEODORE BAHRZ
:: ,. the construction and of 222 East 8th Street
44 performing on-the-job work. Applications Brooklyn. New York
must received by the You are hereby notified that e*
4 2nd day of April. A. D. 1962 not suit has been filed against you. in*
later than the hour of 9:00 o'clockA. the above entitled .cause; and you
'. .J.L in the office of the Clerk of are hereby required to file your answer -
-' : the Circuit Court in the Flagler with the Clerk of this Court
\ : \ k ,. County Courthouse. and to serve a copy thereof upon
.t LI. Please state rates of pay expected the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
for supervision and onthejobwork. whose name and address tsc
\ *'' Ray Selden
' ; Plans for the building can be Selden Building
% inspected at the Clerk's office. Daytona Beach. Floridanot
Ii. \ "E Flagler County Courthouse, during later than April 5. A. D. 1962.
\ \) % '1 regular office hours. If you fail to do so, decree pro
'11 '4 't. 'c1\\: 1 + + The Board reserves the right to confesso will be entered againstyou
t _ _ reject any and all applications. for the relief demanded in the \,
Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this bill of complaint. The nature or
15th day of March A. D. 1962. said suit being for divorce. I
JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman WITNESS my hand and seal of

r If: turns potato insects right side ATTEST E. A. SMYTHE.: Clerk Boardof A.D.said Court 1962.Official this 5th day of March.

up County Commissioners ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
of Flagler County, Florida. Clerk of said Circuit Court
March 15222tcIN By Julia L. Harvey
: Deputy Clerk.
r : Flat on their backs! Phosphamidon 'kills feeding of the natural predators that live on I FLAGLER THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OP March 8-16-U-29--4tc -

,.' Colorado potato beetles (even the resistant harmful insects can continue. IN CHANCERY NO.. 4426 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I "l' ones) on contact-as well as flea beetles, leafhoppers Some insecticides get all of the insects some '. E. WILSONPlaintiff IN CHANCERY NO. 4424 .

L, and all four kinds of aphid that of the time:: Others get some of the insects all KENNETH E.vs WILSON CLAIRE A. HOLDENPlaintiff.

: .attack potatoes.Phosphamidon. of the time. But why complicate Defendant vs
t also gets the. sucking andS program'. ..when Phosphamidon turns thepeskiest THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Defendant.NOTICE .
chewing insects that move in later. That's because potato pests right side up? Walter Wilson THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO;
Rear of George Street EDWARD A. HOLDEN. JR.'
: it doesn't kill contact alone
by (though Taneytown. MarylandYou 109 Woodmere Street

". its contact kill is spectacular). It's absorbed are hereby notified that a Rail tan. New Jersey
the World Grow Better
Helping suit has been filed against you in You are hereby notified that a
I by the foliage and penetrates the entire upPer, the above entitled cause; and you suit has been filed against you 2n-
are hereby required to file your answer the above entitled cause; and you
; part of the plant system. Result: a 'remotecontrol" with the Clerk of this Court are hereby required to file your answer -
and to serve a copy thereof upon with the Clerk of this Court.
kill that gets insects other sprays ORTHOPhosphamidon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney and to serve a copy thereof upon
hidden in whose name and address 'is: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
misS-even those
S away a tightly W. L. WADSWORTHP. whose name and address is:
curled leaf.Another. S.I O. Box 396 Ray Selden
Bunnell. Floridanot Selden Building
t I benefit-Phosphamidon is rapidly later than March 29th A. D. Daytona Beach. Floridanot
1962. later than March 29, A.. D. 19(2.
t ';. absorbed by the plants, and has a low vola If you fail to do so. decree pro If you fail to do so. decree pro
,. confesso will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered againstyou
tility. As a result, workers can enter the fields for the relief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the

: within few hours. And the migration and bill of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce.
I WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of
t H ',' said Court this 23rd day of Feb- said Court this 21st day of Feb-
5 CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION.P.O.Box 7067 Orlando* Florida :I, ruary A.D. 1962. ruary A. D. 19(2.
(Official Seal) (Official Seal)
.y S A.
; .-..., Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey By Julia R. Harvey-

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[ .. 'PAGE,:'TENT THE FLAGL.ER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL.. FLORIDA Thursday, March 22, 1962 :

t,'; !ton Cowart, Arthur McDaniels. atop a 12-inch stem. ,rain. But as a number of-the I for itself a short time withoutnot
Bunnell School
I' Eighth grade: Kay Weaver Florida has three native varie ;varieties are swamp plants, they last until you reach home,
!:Marilyn :McNab, Brenda Tucker, ties in her woods-one. in the'] like to dip their feet in soggy if the stems are not placed in

}. Honor Roll Group t Stanford Robertson, John Mat I western part, one in the eastern I II !soil most of the time. water as they are gathered .But I

I!thews, Betty Bourne, Zachary I and central and another variety I I Plant Zephyranthes bulbs quite don't let the threat of wilting

' For the fourth six-week period Holland. !Jin the southern tip of the state. :close together and in considerable ;keep you from considering the '-
r : Ninth grade: Marie Fleurie,.AlI bloom early in spring and numbers for the best ef- I flowers of the west' wind, because
Mike Church, Ida,sometimes in the fall if the gathering flowers
. Fourth grade, Mrs. Ruth Town-' Larry Zysk, fect. For a multihued flowerbed new
send: Lesa Knight, Barbara Allen, Heidi Eisenbach, Hey !weather is favorable. I Ii plant a number o fvarie- I each day will make you appreciate .
:, Dodgen. wood Gordon Buzzy McKnight i t-ties in the same bed. When the fleeting beauty of
f,. Kandyce Lovelk If you had rather buy than :they" burset into bloom at, onetime these dainty flowers.
Fourth grade, Mrs.Opal Craig: I make a woodland ..safari, then'! J
j Tenth grade: Kathleen Barber, the
will be
Mike Barber, Cliff Dozier, Don- I try the imported Zephyrs from i iI I your yard
:- . :3ia Spicer, Linda Church, Beth 'Allida Tucker, Nancy Wilson, I either Mexico or the West In- !II :showplace of the neighborhood. I A bad singer can spoil only
:,., IMatherly, James Alan Brannam, Moore, Gail Wadsworth,'I dies. The carinata is the most !I I These lilies can be used along J his own part in a musical com
;!;, Gwen King. Linda Cody. I popular. It has large flowers, ''the edge of shrubbery or as a t position, but a bad conductor ;
I{:. Tifth grade, Mr?. Laura Morris Eleventh grade: Caroline Clifton openingquite flat, and three to "border along a bed ''of peren can ruin everything Hector

r.' : Charles Clegg, John Cody, Dianne Greene, Barbara four Inches across. They are f nials. They can be planted in Berlioz.

I Janet Cook Chuck Herr Carol I Smythe chele Steflik.Barbara Weaver, Me- dark pink when first open and groups of a dozen or so bulbs The language of tones belongs

'_ Lynda Townsend, Colleen Tuck- change to lighter shades as the f in a. bed of flowers to give an equally to all mankind and ,
y *r. Twelfth grade: Mona Hornsby, flowers fade. I added splendor to annuals. Some melody is the absolute language

Fifth grade, :Mrs. Johnson: .Half I Peggy Hoskins. I There are other kinds of*gardeners use the lily as a bore in which the musician speaksto

f "Xing, Nancy Hargett, Mary Ann Zephyranthes, so scarce that der plant along walks. And the I, every heart-Richard Wagner.The .
i :Steflik, Brenda Townsend. Florida GardeningBy I I bravest of gardeners have planted
I II they are seldom seen. One of art of progress is to preserve -
: Sixth grade, Mrs. Viola Ton- certain 'varieties quite close
.ir. I these is the citrina
I I order amid change and to
f". Wn: ,Sue Broadway, Rutsy Im- Hervey Sharpe i together so that the foliage
which bears deep yellow flowers change amid order.-
Q:; prota. Linda Knight Tony Park- I I" would serve as a ground cover. preserve
Zephyr-lily-known as the on 10-inch stems. Citrina Alfred North Whitehead.
f:.. er, Karen Moody, Sharon Patrick, flower of the west wind-is ideal sets flowers several times dur i. Usually Zephyr blossoms last Every step of progress is a
,. only two Often the wild
Clifford Wetherington. I days.
for the less .
energentic gardener.This ing the summer. I step' more spiritual Mary Baker
f 'Seventh grade: Barbara Pache, I I ones gathered in the woods will .
native flower with
as many You can get a start of Zephyr j Eddy.

r : ,Julie Wilkins Dennis Clay, Wai- 'aliases as 'a professional crook, 'lilies either by seeds or by off I, .. .; . . .__.. .. . . .. . .... _ . ... .-.... .
be domesticated and will bulbs the - - - - ---
can I'set developed from C :
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thrive on no care at all. base of old bulbs. Seeds or bub- FOR ALL HOURS. DAY RICHr
: In their woodland hideouts lets of these lilies germinate

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BANK REPOSSESSION 1961 scientific name is Zephyr matter. The lilies will put ) experience. 1

i Zig-Zag Sewing Machine, sews' anthes: I on a better show 'of blossoms if
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ton holes, sews on buttons automatically sists of a few grayish green of plant food during the. grow-

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