Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00639
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 12, 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: VID00639
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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I" 'I of VFW AUXILIARY Revaluation of COMMITTEE OF 100

J1': CE FRIDAYThe 'board of directors of the
Teachers Made Property Is Big V Plans Political
.' Auxiliary of the VFW Flagler County Commitee of 100,
Post 5213, Is sponsoring an. old- at their meeting Tuesday night,
For Next Year fashioned square dance on April Question Today approved a resolution, requesting Rally April 28
: ,
J : 13 .at the Bunnell Civic Center, .l the Board of County Commissioners
The Board of Public Instruction
to call
a special meetingof .
Mrs. Dorothy Barber said today. Very likely the most Impor- The Flagler County Demo- ,
at its meeting Tuesday the board discuss
1" They will have a professionalcaller tant news in Flagler county this property cratic Executive Committee !I
V V .granted the personal request off revaluation in the county. i
Al Hixon and the Coun-
week concerns revaluation made plans at its meeting Monday
Bunnell School ,Principal James \
try Rocks will furnish the music. equalization of real and personal night for a countywide political -
0. Craig to retire' to a teaching
't property in the county. rally to be held on Satur-
in the school, SupLZ.
position Delta Gamma
Kappa day, April 28, in the afternoon.
'i/ D. Holland ,said. Although it is common knowl-
..-., f, Mr.' Craig has served as principal Gains Losses edge that there are glaring In- Initiates Tentative plans call for the
Sorority speaking to be held on the
of the Bunnell High School equalities in assessments: little
grounds of the Bunnell Community '
; for two years. He was employed has been done to correct the -
I aohersMrs. Center. candidates
At Florida PortsForeign All.
by the board for a teaching position matter.A .
to be voted in the 4th
upon May
: in the science department few months ago a Committee Emma H. Murray and
primary Invited to
are speak at
'. of the school. trade through Florida's of 100 wa organized, with Mrs. Frances F. Wadsworth, the
V: Tax Assessor D. "D. :Moody appeared principal seaports showed a gainof members from various sectionsof junior high and kindergarten rally. the

F '. before the board and requested 7 per cent in the volume of the county. This committee, teachers respectively of Bunnell committee Following will serve speaking a lunch, the

iF S consideration of a resolution imports and an 8 per cent dropin considering what could '(and High School, have recently been
consisting of hot slaw
dogs, potato -
on property revaluation. exports handled during the sould) be done to promote a initiated into membership of
chips and cold drinks.
l. No official action was taken on first ten months of last year more rapid development of the Delta Kappar 'Gamma, Interna- Committees named to
the matter at the meeting. compared with the' same periodin county decided that revaluationand tional Honor Society for Women
draft and at
report a
r The board 'acted on teacher 1960, the Florida State Cham- equalization of property as- Teachers.Mrs. I
meeting to be held April 19 '
i: appointments for next year. The ber of Commerce reports. sessments should be undertaken Murray, a teacher in the '
when the will
rally plans be
t- ,list of appointments was not "Goods imported through the sis .a first project. junior high department of the completed.The .

S \ available at press time. leading ports of the, state The committee's reason was school for the past 19 years, was committee voted to con-

amounted to 4,408,450 tons and at that time, and still is, that initiated into membership- tribute $100 to the Dollars for

Club exports, to, foreign ,lands came' to if the 'county could have an urday evening, April 7, at a Democrats Drive which is being
t Sponsors 4,435,400 tons. Together, total equitable tax structure whereby chapter meeting held at the headed by Hon. J. Ed Larson,
volume was one cent."The every property owner would pay Capri Restaurant in Sanford. I
down per
... state treasurer and state chair-
r : Easter Parade value of imports came to only his just proportionate shareof Mrs., Wadsworth, because of the man of the drive. Mrs. M. B. I I
$214,500,000, down 16 per cent, taxes; it would be a most desirable illness of her mother, will be Fuller' is serving as chairmanof I
and exports were worth $175,800- thing to point out to initiated next month at the the county drive.

Talent Show 000, a drop of. 19 per cent from would-be residents, industry, and chapter's meeting Orlando at Attending the meeting Mon

,\ 1960. business, in addition to benefits the Angebilt Hotel. day night were: Chairman

, \, ._ The Future Teacher's Club is, "Five ports, Boca Grande, Jacksonville derived by those already here. Membership into the societyis George Moody, Sr., Vice Chair-
i l* again sponsoring the club's an- Panama City Pensaco- The' project was discussed from by formal invitation only, man Mary Tucker, Gladys Deen,

...,. nual Easter Parade and Talent la land Port Everglades, showed many angles over many weeks and Delta Kappa Gamma invitesto Steve Cyzycki, Charles Creal
Show on April 21 at 7:30 P.M.! gains In tonnage of both Imports by the Committee of 100 and : membership only those who John A. Clegg, and Eula Fuller.
t in the Bunnell High School gym-' and exports. Values did individual who are not membersof : have been highly recommendedby .

.r r AOinlsUm It:: jome! changes. , not' move' up'correspondingly'in the committee. "Thena 'group- persons known to its commit- J
Vi: have ,been made, this year..- 1 each*. case. Tampa,. for example, decided to write and--adopt Via' te'and officers and who, have
In the previous Easter Parades with 'a smaller volume of Imports resolution .asking the Board bf, been approved as meeting the Seniors Excel in

II the, children were judged and had an 8 per cent gainin County Commissioners to call a I high standards for membership. /
I a king and, ,queen was chosen value. meeting for the purpose of receiving i Invitation to Delta Kappa Gamma National Tests

f from, each age group. This year "Volumes and values of Imports the resolution and hear represents honor to both
;: small prizes will be given to together handled in the expressions of opinion. This was Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Wads- The 13, members of Bunnell

all participants and ,there willS leading ports during the first done because if revaluation is worth. High School who are taking the !

*4 be no kings and queens chosen. ten months of last year showed to be done properly it will be college preparatory course this I,

|. Those eligible to enter are all Tampa in the lead with 4,065-_ necessary for the board to appropriate Rotary Club To year made over 300 on the 12th
;.' children up through kindergar- 550 tons worth $106,300,000, followed sufficient funds to pay grade testing last week. County

ten. If you are interested in by Jacksonville with 2- for the revaluation.The Boost Cancer DriveThe Sup of School: Z. D. Holland announced !

'l' entering a child in the parade 027,250 tons worth $111,500,000.Port resolution was submittedto ,
\J contact Susan Wadsworth as Everglades handled 1,118- the'town commission of Flag- Rotary Club of Bunnell Mr. Holland said .a score of .I
;- soon as possible. 600 tons valued at $38,800,000; ler Beach last Thursday. The will again cooperate with the 300 is required for college en-
There will also be a Talent Boca Grande ,handled 356,100 gave its endorsement. It also American Cancer Society this trance and that school officialsare

r Show after the Easter Parade. tons at $3,300,000; Miami, 323,550 was submitted to the city com- year to promote the annual Cancer very proud ,of the scOres.

The two divisions are element tons worth $66,100,000; West mission of Bunnell this week. Drive in Flagler County. made by the students.

tary and high school and prizes Palm Beach,'handled 250,150 tons That body discussed it but. took John Canakaris was appointed There are 28 members of the

i will be awarded to winners in worth 29,100,000; Panama City no action. chairman of the Cancer Drive senior class this year and 13 are

both divisions. Any one wishingto handled 229,500 tons worth $18- The resolution was also offer- by the Board of Directors at their preparing to enter college in the

f -enter is asked to contact Di-. 800,000 and Pensacola's volume ed to the Board of Public Instruction April meeting. held Wednesday fall.

anne Greene as soon as possible.The totaled 149,150 tons valued at .. The board took no ac evening, April 4th. Homer Brooksis i" ,

admission will be twenty- 9400000. Small amounts pass- tion. However, the following in charge of soliciting funds Bob Cook To Iowa .
l five cents and fifty cents. ing through other ports are in. groups have endorsed it in ad- from motorists on highways 1

r The Future Teachers" Club cluded in the state total, but are tion to the Flagler Beach town and AlA, Ray Sturman and For Bowling .
chairman are: Decorations, Nell not reported separately in these commission: Charles Tonkin are assigned the Tourney
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.} Johnston; publicity, Barbara preliminary* figures." Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher project of placing collection containers Bob Cook of Bunnell left to. ,:

t V Smythe; tickets, Mary Susan i /. Association, Flagler Beach Busi in places of business,- day to participate in the ABC i

F Brannam _.and Grace Steflik; Rotary Club nessmen's Club, the Committeeof Elaine Canakaris is to head up National Bowling Tournament to r
t judges "V Barbara Weaver and 100 and The Flagler Tribune. door to-door solicitations. be held next week in Des 1

Mechele Steflik; talent show, Dianne To 'View Film. Too, a good number of respons- April is cancer month and so- Moines, Iowa. He is a member J
IL- ''Greene; Easter parade, ,Su ible property owners have said licitation activities will ge under : of the Daytona Bowling Association -

,san Wadsworth?;; reporter, Barbara The Rotary Club of Bunnell they would sign the resolutionor way Friday and Saturday, and bowls in the Bellair I

\. 1, Smythe., .. will screen a 16mm and color a petition seeking. the same April 20 and 21. and Halifax Classic Leagues.He I
.,t; film on the Darlington, S. C. 500- thing. The Rotary Club earnestly so is one of five members of I

:: Racing' Funds To mile race Thursday (Today). That is about where the proposition licits the cooperation, and inter the Sargent Seat Cover Team
The film will be shown at the lies today. It is not known est of Flagler county citizens in who will be in ,Des Moines for

regular luncheon meeting heldat now whether the county com- this most worthwhile attemptto the tournament. I'
;; County the Masonic Hall at 12:30 mission or any other body will support those who are working -

i # ,Comptroller Ray E. P.M. The program will be in. accept the resolutions. But those to eradicate cancer. ; District Governor
i., Green reported April race track troduced by Clifford McGriff, interested say they will continue I

checks for $40,000 have, been program chairman. i to seek endorsements. other counties; and, if possible, Lions Club's Guest :
M mailed to each ,of the fl'coun At the club's annual election i Proponents of evaluation point what other counties have been

ties. The amount for the same of-officers last Thursday the following out that neighboring counties, able to accomplish because they District Governor Myrl Kick I

._ date last year was ,$31,500. were elected for, the among others are revaluing; revalued. lighter of Daytona Beach was II
-- '
\j Green said each, .county has 1962.63 Rotary Year: John Ca- that sentiment exists in the The question of more'' rapid guest at the Lions Club meet- Ii I
Deceived a total of $153,000 to nakaris, president; Homer legislature for creating a state development of this county is Ing Monday noon. The luncheon j

date for 1961-62, an:'increase of Brooks vice president; Tom tax commission to be operated uppermost In the monds of many meeting was held at the Bun

3,7 percent or $5,500 over the Lenssen, secretary; and Ray of course, from Tallahassee. If citizens and, apparently, they nell Masonic Lodge HalL i
same period during ;fiscal year Sturman treasurer. Newly elect that' should occur it 'is likely local do not intend that the issue be Other guests included Allida

196061., ed directors are: Coy Harris, property owners would have "swept under the rug" and for- Tucker, Barbara Jean Pache,

", Race track funds in Flagler Rob Deen and Duke :McDaniel. little if any'Trecourse concerning gotten. and Darrell Britt of the Flagler

county' are distributed so that The club voted to attempt to I their propertY -assessment. . County 4-H Club. They were
the first. 50,000 goes, to the secure Ross Allen of Ocala, to I The Tribune will try to keep Silver Springs Florida's winners In a recent ubJ

Board of Public Instruction, the I put on a reptile show for benefit i the people of thecounty. informed ' first tourist atp. .i&Tarly<<: speaking contest pt 1., I
next $50,000 to the Board of of the senior class trip to : of further developmentsin as 1870 pen:: g They were aPI < J i
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County, Commissioners,, any remainder Washington and New York. Red revaluation. Perhaps give to the spry -:' a 3 i viso !

'i.. : is split evently, between I Powell was appointed to explore I some enlightening facts con- K'"I) I II I
'S 4 the two boards.: this possibility. I ItIIIII'JI" kerning I what is being done .in V I
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t. .PAGE TWO THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, B'UNNELt}, FLORIDA < "," '. ....: Thursday. _, _April 12;<1962

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: I who are tied for first place in Two bagger, Glen I South Florida produces >the*

I. the league. Bobby Robinson; 3 bagger I only commercially grown -v mangoes I I

Robinson; home run, Bill in the United States.
Billy Harris hit a home run 3)I
Winning pitcher, Harris 3
i'' for the Pirates. The Blue Angels
r Lose ptch. B. Robinson 3 The avocado has a high vitamin I
scored 3 runs in the fourth inning
(Continued on page B content.
i and had a man on 3rd'with //\J

I the tieing run when Billy ,

: I i Harris struck out the batter to

t ',. -. BY Leslie Pacha i I I.I I keep the Tigers in. .first. place 11 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ] .

, Pirates, scoring two runs H. King 1 1 0 lAIR :. SERVICE
The Tigers and Pirates meet .; .
in the otp of the 4th inning, took K. Robertson 3',2 0 I I- .
in Bunnell today for first place in the Bun AIRCONDITIONING I PROMPT ELECTRIC sI
r over first place the G. Carle .. 1 3 1 I I FLORIDA SEIiTiCE

Midget League with two wins. nell Midget League. Both teams I B. Harris ....... 3" '2 2 CO. { BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY '
r. The Young Sluggers scored .8 ,are tied for first place. Billy M. Robinson 3 0 0 Of Daytona.. Inc. I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL _

-runs with Mike Dozier hitting- I Harris will pitch for the Tigers C. Johnson 1 0 0 AIR CONDmONING-HEATlNG I COMMERCIAL CALL& MAINTENANCE I r

a home run. with Mike Robinson catching.J j, GENERAL SHEET :METAL
:. i J. Brannan 2 0. 0 HUBERT PELLICER
. Sluggers Ab R H I Cliff Wertherington will be on "We're Proud of Our Work" ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
G. McCraney 2 0 Q
I. .J.: Geller -' 110 the mound for the Pirates with 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120, 41 I
I I D. Pellicer 2 0 0
T. Parker 311 Mike Barber. GARDEN SHOP
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P. .Barrow .' .3 00 TOTAL 18 8 3 Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter
C. Dozier 210 STANDING I I
,4 . : I for Gardening Need
1 ; Blue Angles Ab' R .H
k M./Dozier 2 2 2 Bunnell.Midget, League I Service Station ,Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
I t B. Geller 3. 0 0
U Materials
T/Cody 0T. W L P
11 ..
,. l Spicer 10- 0 Tigers 2 01000 B. Robinson .. 3 3 1 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

', 4' Pirates 20 1000 R., Rice 0 2 0 Tires-Ba tte'les-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS
>.R. Wertherington 0 1 .
." G. .Barber 110 Blue Angels 0 2 000 T. Cook 2 1 0 Bunnell ID 7-7119 I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-0511 y

t Young Sluggers 0 2 000 M. Kelly :: 3. 0 0
!j ,T. Bertha ,2 1 0 11 .
) Games April 18, Young Slug J. Roberston .2 1 1 Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I HARDWARE

FTOTAL vs. Pirates April 19, Blue D. Britt 2 ,0 1
20 8 4 gers ; ; THAT FAMOUS PAINT
r G Roberston 3 0 0
Angls vs. Tigers.
Pirates Ab R H G. Wertherington 2 0 0
TIGERS BEAT BLUE ANGELS 7 A.:1L-10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
K. Robertson 03' 0
\ Billy Harris and Bobby Robin State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 i i t FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
D. Pellicer 2 v 1 TOTAL 2073
: son both pitching good ball t
D. Wertherington 33 2
Billy Striking out 12 and Bob, Innings 1 2 3 4 R H Colonial Service StationEARL
,. G. Revels 2 7-1 '
r. by 11. Loose fielding made the Tigers 403183 E. RICE ProprietorGASoILLUBRICATION I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
Bob Robinson 3. 1'2C.
score 8.7 in favor of the Tigers Angels 1 3037 '3
Johnson 3 0 0 I
G. ,Roberson 1 ; 0 0 I MOTOR TUNE-UP I Village Hardwar.Center
P. W. Robinson 200 The Fire insumoce policies we write still give the HOUSE PAINTS
t C. Wertherington, 2.1 0 same dependable protection but today YOU can enjoy : Match and mix any color.

additional benefits through coverage in a "Home I I I ED'S Builder's Supplies Kitchenware: 4\

TOTAL 18 10 5 owners Policy" at very little cost. PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS '

( ?Innings1 2' 3 4 R H Remember. H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 t.
Specializing in Wash & 'Waxing
1 :Pirates 2 4 2 2 10 5 take advantage of these extra coverages. TelephoneID Batteries-Accessories
Sluggers '22408 4 7-3361 or stop in soon for full details.H. MINOR REPAIRS j JEWELER

Home run, M. Dozier; winning
U.S. Ilwy. 1- -ID 7-3138 !
.. pitcher P. W. Robinson; losing Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida i BRENNAN Jewelers
pitcher, M. Dozier. BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
f. Fine Jewelry and Gifts

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Hamilton Bulova, Benrus
.. BAR & COCKTAIL I Watches !
I LOUNGE ,Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY '60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5054
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Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
: S L9& : )0 Ormond Bedding and ..
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Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment

69 Granada, Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411
9 m.-2 Sun. 1 2
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Ocean Bird-Flakier Beach




3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA D i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

A Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond '

I ORange 7.0761 t


Building Supplies Manufacturers of

: .'" Cement Tile Roofing

Fast Dependable Service .
\ electric. : Flagier Beach HE 9.2254 HWY. 1 N. ORMOND '.

.... .... ORange 7-5177 7.1793
t.J way. ,
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PHONE ID 7-3551
'. '" 152 W Granada Ormond Beach
'".. '"' IT'S CLEANER There's no fuel grime to stain walls and settle on cur- Help Flagler County GI'OWBy Open 6 A.M-ll P.M.. at
Shopping at Home
'''. S tains. No soot to blacken utensils..they keep shining bright. Your whole '.' 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

... family 'will love the "lace hanky"'cleanliness of flameless electric cooking. . CONCRETE PRODUCTS

'. _. ,' Irs COOLER! Pots and pans come into direct contact with the electric' Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RIGHT ON THE.BEACHShrimp.SteakChopsCh1cken

, range heating element for speediest cooking without wasted heat. Your ..
; : < l, kitchen stays up to 16 degrees cooler in the summer. i CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes
Sandwiches md Pies
DAYTONA BEACH.Quillian's .
.'" .' ., ITS SAFER Only flameless electric cooking is free from fumes fuel SA BREAKFAST ANYTIME
: : odors, and constant-burning pilot flame. Easy-to-use automatic controls Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant
,f f regulate the heat and do away with pot-watching. Meals cook to perfection .. AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

F while you're away..giving you more time for your family, shopping ."'. CLEANERS

',; ,. : and doing other things...with... precious peace of mind. ... .. .' I BUNNELL CLEANERSWE Used Furniture-Upholstery

,' ". :. .{ Cooking with fldmeJess electricity is the smartest way today-tomorrow the only u ay.- S. .. GIVE TV STAMPS JOE WELLBORN
\ .. See your electric appliance: dealer '. "". ..
.. . ..;0: .. : ........ .. 0.ea Daily S t. 6 Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
\ .Ir ....:.......................................".C' Pkae ID 7-3188 USED FURNITURE
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.' -. A FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGE IS :. '. 115 N. Bay St --- Bunnell New Furniture Bedding-ilattreaa Renovating

.: ,. INCLUDED IN EVERY MEDALLION HOME ...--<...." z. r. FlomUh l1p..laterlacTradea10te Holly Hill-CL, 3.2275

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{/ .S't'U Moody's PharmacyFlagler PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
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I Phone ID 73282

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W d., April 11, Young .Sluggersvs. 1
Blued Angels.. .' !
Thursday;' April=12,*Tigers vs.' :! ;: -
'Plra tes. ii

Wednesday, April 18, Sluggers ..r
vs. Pirates.
' Thurs., April 19, Blue Angels
t r vs. Tigers. r"

Wed., April 25, Sluggers vs. '
I. Tigers.
z Thurs. April 26,. Angels vs. Pi- BIG
J .='; ; Tates. ,' '
12 >
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i Wed.. May 2, Pirates vs. Ti

I gers.,Thurs., May 3, Blue Angels, -. vs.

f Sluggers. .............. Fresh LeanPORK
F1 i 'Wed.; ,May 9t"'Tigers vs. Slug. I

fJ, gers.Thurs.,. May 10, Blue Angelsvs. I I ROAST ib. 39'A '

.. ..' Wed., May 16, Blue Angels vs.I ,} Real Buy ,

Tigers. I i" Sliced For Frying Lean
Thurs., May '17, Pirates vs.

Sluggers. __ I PORK STEAK Ib. 49*
Wew., May 23, Sluggers vs. .
-y: Blue; Angels. #.<.. .,,-
Plumrose No Waste Canned
Thurs., May 24, Pirates vs. Ti-

gers. Boneless Ham 2 lb. can $19

PLAY SATURDAY. ijjjiij Plumrose Canned
,"' Coach Tom Wilder will bring !
Pork Shoulder 2 lb. can $179
i.. his Flagler Beach Rebels :Midget .
to Bunnell will
team and
t ijjijjlj! Herman's BestSmoked
-.- -' : play the newly organized Panther
team of Bunnell. Game Sausage 11b. cello 59*
,I time will be 10 A.M. back of the -
,school gym.
The Rebels from Flagler Jr: Fresh"
Beach will field some Little Neck Bones & Pig Feet 6 IBs. 69*
Leaguers who have had some
experience. The Panther team t= 'World's BestHamburger
will be getting some experienceand
most of the who .. tttll* !
boys play * 3 Ibs. $139
will be, from, the top team of
the Midget League., All pitchers
from the league will get into J'.i
action as the Rebels are con
Jonathan J t'ta' lilil
sidered to be'a long ball hitting
team., BAG APPLES bag 4 Ib. 3ge

I Hillsborough county producesmore
eggs for market than any Fancy
other county in Florida. BEANS 190

I Juicy' SunKistLEMONS
One extra gallon of your choice ;
with each gallon you buy doz. 290
.; Mary, Carter Paint Store .

Ala. tVeatcata shopping OuterRCA
Carnation Tall Can

Southern Radio & Television 29c .
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 .
ORMOND ea. Van Camp's 2J/2 canPORK&BEANSa.2SC!
2 roll.pkg. '
PHARMACYSick 2pkg-..
Room SupplleS-Sundrles
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I 125 ft. Kraft's 14 oz. glass
24-Hour Prescription Service

,.. Free Delivery. AlA' 1 in ml.Flagler North of BeachRt. 2 for49c CHEESE WHIZ5ge
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 _.

Authorized Evlnrude Dealer I '
i", Dockage Storage Free Ramp Co L % g
,. 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
"' ;.. ith $7.00 food order or Bird's Eye
more, FORDHOOK LIMAS 4 for 89c.
s l ijJIJr Flagler cHribunrBUiriTEIX.
12 oz. can
McKenzie 10 _
2 890 SUCCOTASH '- .5. for. 89c
.for '
v MRS. M.,B. PULLER. Editor .

Quantity Rights
De lcmate4 Ofltelal ",1 Ueau.
(..- Public Jfetleoee .f Flaater Reserved
c..at7. lIaald.-Utle. thereto
ad Ike State *f Florida #. !6/ Prices Good
:O $ GG r
Bmter 4 as .*e* 4 elM matte ; APR. 12-13-14, 1962
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l Beach passed away Saturday League will play in Ormond I i
afternoon at the Flagler Clinic Beach Saturday morning against
;, and Hospital here following a Ormond ,Beach Federal team,i Food
. r' t long illness. Mrs. Lowe was Mrs. Mildred Rockett said today.I Flagler ;
i born in Cambridge, Ohio, and
She also,said there will be an
had resided_in Flagler Beach for J
12 years. She was 36 years of important meeting at the Scout I Flagler BeachPRICES
House Thursday night of all -
age.She boys on the Flagler Beach teams. '
is survived by her hus. Parents are also urged to at- GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. APRIL 12-13-14, 1962 .
James Wilson Lowe two
band ; tend this meeting which will beheld .
! daughters Jean and ofI tonight at 7 o'clock.f1 .' __________n_________
Ii. Sue; one son, Jimmy, all

Flagler Beach; two stepsons, 25 oz. Lucky Leaf Giant Size :
Bobby and Edward of Lakeland. I :
Also surviving is her mother, To PLPGE APPLESAUCE II TIDELimit pkg.49c -
Mrs. James Simmons, Winter ''SRPER AD\
).I/ Haven; a sister, Mrs. Donald r"YOUNGI I 4 for $100 one $5.00 or more food order .
Rapp, Winter Park; two broth WANTER". -1 I __
ers, E. E. Galbreath, National I 46 oz. can Shurfine Regular Size :
Gardens and Cecil Galbreath in GRAPEFRUIT COMETCLEANSER
the U.S. Army and three grand. $
children. b JUICE'S' for-- I00 2 ,29e

Funeral service was held from 0IsyTHls ,
the First Baptist Church of 303 canGREEN 15 oz. bottle "
Flagler Beach Tuesday after GIANT .I
noon at 2 o'clock with Rev. A.F. I I I MR CLEAN each Zge .
'Stevens officiating. Interment PEAS .5. for $100

followed at Hope Cemetery.Pallbearers'were .
I No. 300 ENERGY ;
can Lykes I
Joe White,
11 Stanley Springer, :Bob Schatz, t5 CHILI .... BLEACH IOC \
,William Babbitt, Robert Owens, FAST SERVICE! qt. ;

and Willie Aaron. & BEANS 5 'for $100 '/ gallon Roman 1
arrangements were
under direction of Craig Funeral CHICKEN OF THE SEA LIQUID

Home of Bunnell r PoMkr TUNAa cm2ge STARCH plastic 19C ,


The Flagler Woman's Club is ,,. '
sponsoring a rummage sale on .
April 14th at the Bass Sing Oil : ,

Station in, Bunnell. The sale : ,
will run from 9:30 to 4:30. '

1 1j j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, Patterson

i of Hamilton, Ohio, arrived NM1I 6 oz. 49 5lb. 39
I last weekend for a visit with -
their son in law and daughter, BYHELEN jar ;j
Mr. and Mrs. George Miles HALE '
\Moody. Limit one with $5.00 ,or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

............,......,..,.................",........ Take it Easy in the House . .
O. F. ALFORD Giving away slips from houseplants QUALITY MEATS '
Registered ? Wrap lightly' in waxed
paper and slip into an empty
Real Estate Broker I butter carton so they won't crushor Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn WholeFRYERS

,BunnelL Florida Place dry. some waxed paper under .
i brVUWWWWPAL neath lace trimmings and iron Ib. 29
over it to make it crisp. This is
better than starching.
When dish towels start to wear,
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sew two together in quilted fashion .
BRAKE RETAINED, 1&A5 and one towel will last longer
PARTS JtND LABOR Palm River SlicedBACON Copeland'Ali MeatFRANKS
FOROCDEVR'LETPLYMONTII than the two that are worn out.
OTHERS flftAS' On rainy days when childrenare
540 Mason Ave. Daytona in and out, place newspapersat *
the entrances of the house to ib. 49Fresh Jz.49:
save clean-up. A big stack from
which you remove three or four
CommunityMemorial soiled ones will last a whole day
and keep the house clean. Boston Butts Small LeanSpare

AIR Inter-denomlnatlonal CONDITIONED Church Helen's Chewy(Makes Favorite Almond 16:2-inch Squares) Pork Roast lb. 49* Ribs IB. 49*

D&ytona Ave. V:cup butter
t FLAGLER BEACH 2 cups miniature marshmallows Tender BabyBeef Copeland's Smoked'Sausage'

Sunday School .10:00 .A.M. Dash of salt
Church Service 11:00 A.M.' 3 caps crisp rice cereal Liver 49* 59*

R. W. DICKERT Pator J 6-ounce chips package chocolate lb. ib.
t Vi cup slivered blanched
Combine butter, marshmallows FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
TV SERVICEALL and salt in top,of double
boiler. Heat until marshmal- 10 oz. McKenzie lows melt and mixture is TURNIPS
MAKES smooth. Combine cereal, choc

Agent For large olate bowl pieces; add and marshmallow almonds in & ROOTS 2 pkgs. 25e BANANASFresh y

RCA & PHILCOTUBES mixture and stir well. Press
into greased 8-inch pan. Cool. 16 oz. Four Fishermans bag
& ANTENNAS SOLD Cut in squares to serve. OCEAN /
Paper cups from which bottoms PERCH Pkg.39c
have been cut make good disposable

E from qpf funnels ontainer for pouring to another.paint 9 oz. Morton'sMACARONI Ib.
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Prehistoric Forest I ogists.,,"Die deep pits for modem I I titles of, water poured into the I grew. Mr. Knox has found pollen -. the third period, 100,000 years -J I
underground, parking are ex sea and raised its level. The sea from warm-climate trees in ago. 11i:
Is Uncovered In posing aspects of the city's geo- and its estuaries washed up de- the swamp soil and cold-climate I .
logic history that lay inaccess- posits that built the terraces. tree pollen above and below, It. 1 ,
I ible for many years beneath Other geologists argue that no !I THE ARTICHOKE .
Washington, D. C. concrete.Bil1ion ocean fossils have been, foundIn Thus Mr. Knox believes the I I The artichoke belongs to the
swamp was formed in one of same family as thistles, suritflowers
The National Geographic Society terraces. Knox,
-Year.Old Bocks three relatively warm periods I[ tettuce. salsify, and
.f a cartographer of the Geological
has:uncovered the, remainsof
: when the ice retreated. He thinks chrysanthemums. The artichocke's .
f : a' great prehistoric forest I The oldest rocks in the District Survey, has taken advantage of I I( -
the construction boom to collect I the swamp and its cypresses forerunner, cardoon, a.
while excavating the site for its of Columbia date from almost -
date from the second interglacial I I giant thistle, ,was cultivated for
microfossils from the terraces.He
billion and half
.new headquarters- building in .a a yearsto
1 Washington -;D.C. ';, Pre-CambrSzi' times. But the has found only fresh water I period, 500,000 years ago, though its leaf shoots before the Christian A'
they could have originated in|. Era. :
and animal remains- diatoms
The Society, has sent expeditions most promlnentand controversial 1- ,
: across the to topographical features in Wash i and simple .sponge spic- J
globe, up ,
jl . the stratosphere, and down to ington are extensive terraces ules.Washington's .
the ocean bottom, only to find which were formed much more slopes have f{
I. recently. yielded remains of large land
.- a geological treasure trove literally Outboard Motor Service
I ; in its own back yard. The terraces ascend like wide, animals-the elephantreindeer, /,
'. .' musk ox, wild horse, ground:I .
Power shovels have unearthed gently sloping steps from the
sloth, wild hog, and giant Johnson EvinrudeJohnny's
remains a grove of giant bald low fiats along the Potomac and
Anacostia Rivers. The Pentagonand beaver. I I
that in dank
cypresses grew a "
Jefferson Memorial standon This evidence leads some geologists -
l Ice The trees are
: Age swamp.
to theorize ,that rivers
the first terrace. The Washington
at least 100,000 and possibly :
laid the terraces. maintain ::
They -
I 500,000 old. Many stumps Monument is ,on the second ,
c; years
that great glacial boulders !
,,<: were still standing upright. (though the mound it sur-
mounts is artificial). The White found in Washington were car

> ..f' Logs Well Preserved House is on the third. The Capi ried to the area while imbeddedin Auto Body & Paint Shop

tol rises on the fourth. And the floating river ice.
t 1" The cypress logs have been
:, Lee Mansion in Virginia is on Rivers Cut Terraces
preserved amagingly well In the Lawn Mowers Repaired
the fifth. The Washington Cathedral 1 I.
ff' peaty clay of the swamp. Not The river theory holds that
rests on a sixth level
the melting glaciers discharged
pentrified, the reddish wood ap
> pears to be merely waterlogged.It called the'Lafaye'tte Plateau. vast amounts of water into the I! Auto Glass Installed Welding

bocomes harder and very The various levels were created potomac Basin,' flooding it peri ':

lightweight when dried. I during the Pleistocone odically. As the region graduallyrose II ,", I. Furniture
Curiously, living examples of when great. sheets of ice cover the shifting rivers'cut out I '....
ed the northern terraces in the rocks and Refinished Refinished
the same tree stand only a few part of the continent depost- .
blocks away in Lafayette Park. The glaciers did not ed sheets of gravel sand, and!1 I '

; The present-day tree with its reach the District of Columbia, finer sediments from ,the Piedmont I I JOHNNY BOTTERBUSCH .

buttressed trunk and light-gre6n but indirectly affected. its topog- and Appalachian regions.'' j

feathery foliage belongs to the raphy. The swollen Ice Age rivers'I''I ,North Railroad Street Bunnell, Florida
, same species (Taxodius distich- ,Some geologists believe that I could have created the swampland

I up) that thrived in the prehistoric I the glaciers melted, huge quan in which bald cypresses I 1. #

1. I swamp. -
.. The park's trees were planted
since the bald cypress does not
now grow naturally within

Washington. During the Pleistocene -
or Ice Age, however, bald
cypresses were common from

J what is now Alabama to New.
J' Jersey.

The swamp beneath the Geographic -
r building site is part of

an extensive bog explored in
1922 during excavations for the
Walker (now Mayflowerf Hote tIt \ ,

is known locally. as the "May k i? >:'i' ;':'rrt2r.,:iht: : %k<+:y;r p

flower swamp. _
Soon the ancient swamp will

) disappear again beneath a monumental -

building designed by
architect Edward Durell Stone.

The structure will have wide,

overhanging eaves for comfort

and for handsome shadow pat

terns. Structural materials Include
marble, granite, glass, ,' y'
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steel, concrete, and masonry. The
building will cost about seven

: million dollars.
1, Excavations for this and the
SsMr aj L -* *l Sfe<*.'j
multitude of other new offices

4 i 'in midtown Washington are

). providing a field day for geol- I dR' fl

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J 'qrI'tBp j-.in j aphids so that they can enjoy I, i place. The home folks are' just things as clean-up week all
Letter Editor
,, ,(I the sweet excreta of the aphids. : J regular people. over the county paint-up week,
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( Hervey Sharpol I So killing ants may help control I I etc. This will also help attractone's
the These are some of. the reasons
aphids. I attention to this area. We
: Insects are like the stork-I April 4, 1962 (why I like "Our Town." But to should all write some one we

,., both are expected. So, ,don't be I 'To control ants in the garden I t I Dear Editor, {keep our town growing we must may know in the field of In-
surprised) if your garden is the try chlordane spray. WARNING: I II [ bring industry in as_ there isn't
dustry and get the
Today- I write about "Our move on now
birthplace'of number of Do not ,apply chlordane to foliage -I too much of a payroll in the
t' a hungry I and
I Town" which is a wonderful little bring industry here. Let's
or fruit that is to be eaten
feeders this spring. area. When we do this we will
I place called Bunnell on the from clubs, etc. to write, as "the
unless the
y poison will be removed 'b'e able to bring our educated
l' The layette for the garden ih at harvest time by stripping I East Coast in Flagler County youth home to stay. pen is mightier than the sword."

rants ,include a sprayer, a duster or peeling.You with Its ideal weather the year Your friend,
drive ,
So I say let's'put a on
and an arrary of chemicals. can control ants in lawns around should be attracting In to attract industry. Have such I I Lous Uihlein.
'Instructions on' how to mixeach with an application of 2 tablespoons dustry.
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formula is important. Be of 50 0'
percent chlordaneper I
We have some of the nicest
'sure to read the label on each f gallon of water. Pour the
I people now living in this area.
) chemical, container before, using. i mixture into the next openingand I It's I also a wonderful feeling I RENT A
If the amount of the chemical
on the area around the nest.
J after being away for a few yearsto
you can place on a dime is Then soak the area with water return home and walk down I LINDSAYWATER

enough bra pint of spray, don't to wash the insecticide through the street and be greeted with I

measure the amount on two the ground and Into the nest. a big handshake, "Hello there"or SOFTENER
nickles. Double dosage may be A real lawn pest is the sod I I '"HI There. It's only a few
harmful to as well -as the webwom.
words but it
I sure something -
plants. Those greenish night-feeding I $2.95 .
to you and you realize per mo.
There are several pests that caterpillars are about 3/4 of an I that, this is the place where ,
may plague your garden at this inch long. They.can eat more .
% I you want to remain. One can I Call CL 2-2220
time, ,according to J. E. Brogdon, than their weight in grass each walk into the bank or stores and
entomologist with the 'Agricultural night, yet look quite harmless I I know 'just about everyone in i 1134 Live Oak Daytona Beach Florida
Extension Service. when found sleeping near the I 1
' For example, ,certain night- soil surface during the day. --- -

. feeding beetles eat holes in The newly hatched caterpil
\ tightly wrapped clusters of bud lars cause very little damageto

':leaves of camellias. When these grass. They may be full

Cleaves expand they reveal large grown before you notice grass -
\ )holes in the foliage. You can blades are eaten back unevenlyor To Friends : 'j. ':>
prevent this damage with chlordane foliage stripped off in patches. My County' :
or DDT. Unless you ''have been a close

Spider mites thrive' during the observer It will appear that the

dry spells in April. They rasp damage 'happened overnight.To It has been eight years since my last race with an opponent

"''away the upper surface of many control webworms, try ap- where you re-elected me by a large majority in the first primaryover

ornamentals and change the plications of toxaphane or DDT. two opponents. During' these eight years I have worked dili-
{ healthy color to a bronzed of
green Whitefly causes yellowing
to merit the 'trust in
gently you placed me. Together we have
I grayish green. Sulfur dust or foliage of many ornamentals. At
malathion spray will control first you'll think the plants are worked for progress in Flagler County. In a series of three letters .,' '

mites. putting on a black-faced act, I with to review the progress our County Board has made during'

AphIds' are certain to be a then you discover a black film the past eight years. ;

problem where plants are young spreading over'the'surface of the m

and succulent. leaves. This is a symptom of
Roads : A principal function of your board is to provide roadsin
little pests feed on the whitefly and, not a cause of ill
underside of leaves, causing health. the county whether it is a county-built road or representing> you

{ ,them .to curl and sometimes ,Back in the days of lye soap- at the SRD to 'get the state to build roads. Very few counties haveas

drop. Often :a. brood of aphids made at home with water from good a road system as Flagler. In the past eight, years= .
J will be sucked to death by, blind hardwood ashes and hog fat- 1

fly larvae. If you can't wait for housewives kept their dooryard t
friendly insects to fight your I I ornamentals free from smut and '. '.1. U. S.1: has been\ four-laned. all the way through our county. .

battles, then try controlling;whiteflies by frequent applications .. \., 2. AlA. resurfacing: been. ,completed through the' county. 7
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aphids with nicotine sulfate, of soapy dish water. If ;, .1 t .It> ._ j I
j dane or rotenone. this remedy ot yesteryears isn't 3. Highway' 11 has been resurfaced from Bunnell to VolusiiaCounty.

Ants often protect herds of handy, then try an oil spr y. .' .
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AMERICANA 0 College Notebook I .' ,4. Highway 100 is now under contract for resurfacing from .

Florida. State University Bunnell to Putnam Count.. .<

,. ':' *5. Highway'305 completed from Haw Creek to Volusia County.
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: A1+ qdo $3
?.4' rx.K / 7. Highway, 13 from Bunnell to Espanola will be built this year..
'K"R+,}7 t : 8. Signals placed on railroad at Bunnell and Espanola road.

, & ".4 +S, \ ': 9. Traffic signals. at Bunnell intersection of Highway Land

. 0 Highway 11. '

: .,...p .... All of the above projects were accomplished by SRD at-

the-request and planning and co-operation of your County

Board. It is true we might have gotten them anyway, but
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,' your board got them quicker when we needed them. "

JTftZLT__ I I ,; 10. "Salt Road" from AlA to ,the ocean was built by the

county. last year.
.* 11. City streets in Bunnell and Flagler Beach : By furnishing -
Florida State University was created by an 1851'act of the Florida : cement
all labor and equipment, with town furnished oil or -
Legislature as the Institute West of the Suwannee, and the institution .
held first classes in 1857. Civil War cadets from this co-educational '. we have paved every ,street that either Bunnell or Flag-,

,institution participated in the nearby Battle of Natural Bridge along ; 'ler ,Beach had requested.
with Confederate homeguards. In 1905 the school became a woman's ; # .
college and existed as Florida State College for Women until 1947 '- 12. Other streets in Bunnell and Flagler Beach have been
when the Legislature made it coeducational Florida State University. -
shelled and graded at time either city has requested.
any !
The College of Arts and Sciences 9,659 includes 5.226men and 4,433 _
School of Music, School of women who are Tallahassee resident .
13. Road which until the totally uninhabited
Education and School of Home students.Approximately 1,300of w Kings past year was I
Economics -'were created when these are graduate students. has been completed, shelled and right of way is I

the institution was a school for Florida State University has no .now being obtained through the SRD for purpose of building --
women. Since then' a Library large branch centers.However it I '*
-S road from 11 to Volusia 1
School, School of Nursing, School conducts a graduate program in a Highway County. ,

of Welfare Business have and been'added.School of .Social The I Base certain; it fields has at an Eglin oceanographic Air, Force I 14. County operates two road graders plus road and bridge

Graduate School has grown principally laboratory at Alligator Harbor ,in crews to maintain all unpaved rural roads throughout the J

-' since the university status the Gulf of Mexico; and it has county.Courthouse .
was granted and now enrolls Armed Force College Program t
about 1,300 students. instruction' at military bases (10
A main campus, of 300 acres of them) extending from Charleston : Flagler County has, one of the finest courthouses in t

.,.,-.\ extends westward, along U.S. S.C. through'Southern Geor- the state. During the past few years it has been completely rewired 'I
0 Highway 90 beginning about one gia and Florida the Canal Zone.
mile from Tallahassee. .All of The last is called the Bootstrap and redecorated. Grounds have been improved with shrubbery and II I

the classroom buildings and Program and many of the stu, are neatly kept. The board is now advertising for bids to install '_ E
dormitories are on this campus dents involved later come to FSU .
air conditioning on the first floor. '
and the architecture ranges from for six months or more of reSi-
.. "college Gothic" on'the older part dence work to earn a degree. I II

of the campus to more functional build FSU has a full athletic programwith : V Respectfully submitted,
architecture in the newer
tract, two ,miles intercollegiate competition In I ,. 0 '
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university farm
contains the _
away and several other : ALFRED R. TUCKER yr
and Alumni Village. The Village ming sports. :{ ; "
4 provides 288 apartments'for'married The FSU Student Circus performsvery

students an < '* amilie" ; May for several nights and I (Paid.Political AdvJ ,
several shows 6n the road.
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I Stephen Foster I
groups. Georgians.The .
II Three programs will be. hejd major purpose of the festival -
Tenth Annual
Ii I Friday and Saturday, May 4.5, Miss Boltin said "is to

''' starting at 10 A.M., 1:30 and keep flourishing the traditional

LOCALS Folk Festival 7:30 P. M., with the concluding '.expressions which reflect, life as:
Dozens of Florida cities, towns program built on a religious I'our forefathers lived it in Florida -
theme, to be presented at 3 o'
and communities will be represented in the United States, and
I I by participants in the clock Sunday afternoon May 6. in other countries from whichour
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DORCAS CLASS OF I:VFW AUXILIARY I II 'I tenth annual Florida Folk Fes- The festival is sponsored by people have come.
tival to be held at White
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MEETS TONIGHT the Stephen Foster Memorial No charge is made for.attending -
HONORS, MILDRED LEWIS I I I Springs on the banks of the Su- Commission, in cooperation with the festival, other than the
Mrs.. Ernest Taylor ,said the wannee River May 4-5-6, ThelmaA. the Florida Folk Festival Association usual gate fee for entrance to
\ The last meeting of the Dorcas I VFW Auxiliary will tonight at j Boltin, special events director and the Florida Federa- the Stephen Foster Memorial's
Church the Civic Center. The meeting at the Stephen Foster Memorial
Class of the First Baptist tion of Music Clubs. I spacious and beautiful grounds
will be at 8 o'clock in the eve- ,. said today in announc-
j of, Bunnell was known as
Many out of state tourists annually on which are located the Stephen
dred Lewis Day." Mrs. UMil-1 I ning. All members are urged to ing plans for the colorful event. enjoy the lively and Foster Museum and the 97-bell

was recognized by the attend. \ I "In addition we will have colorful show, along with thou-'carillon tower.
her years of service in the class I I participants from Georgia, Ala- -

and church. Eleven members of the Intermediate bama and other southern states, -

She has served as class secretary Department of the,-First 1 I and from as far away as Oklahoma ..

community mission chairman Baptist Church of Bunnel spent I and Colorado," she said. .

group captain in the class I Friday and Saturday at the Tom I I The festival, one of the state's . '

also as church hospitality chairman Haynes Estate. I most ambitious and outsanding 3fIT'S ; .,...: : ,.. : ., :._ ::<, ,f1
flower committee chairman This was held in connectionwith I spring entertainment programs, .<,' .;;. .:..
RA Counselor and presently the observance of Youth 1'has grown from a small begin ,'.' '.', ,) ,
serving as GA Counselor for where than .. .. .. .., ', .
Week. They were' accompanied ning to a point more .. "" : ,
), the nine and 10-year-old group. there by Rev. and Mrs. Thomas, 2,000 persons perform during the I :. <.
' Mrs.: Lewis was presented with Pinner, Mrs. John Clegg and' seven programs held each year .f.- K',' *,

. an orchid corsage by the, class David Hilsenbeck. the first weekend in May. LOU IN 62 ,'
Brooks. 1
president Mrs. Shelton
Appearing on a shady, outdoor
They also presented her with a Walter Knight returned home stage overlooking the Suwan-
(Paid Political Adv.)
potted plant. Saturday from Jacksonville nee the costumed participantswill _
Mrs. Dean Holland, class where he spent several days ina I demonstrate old-time arts i. ---

teacher told of the characteristics hospital for medical treatment. crafts and customs; will present I I
of Dorcas and also of Mil folk songs and dances, and relate VOTE TO ELECT t

dred. Winnell Improta underwent a I' fireside tales and primitive .
Featured on the refreshmenttable tonsilectomy at the Halifax Hos superstitions, Miss Boltin said. J. B. PellicerYOUR '*

beautiful decorated I ... . .
was a pital Friday. She has 'returnedto On the programs will be Seminole QJ.r
I cake which was baked and decorated her home here. Indians, shape-note singers,

I by.Mrs, A. A. Wells., Mrs. I I whip-crackers, old-time fiddlers I
f Wells also served cake and Mrs. water witchers, ducimer and!i I Board of County Commissioner
Peter Dashoff presided at the
harmonica players, straw beat
#h wrekpatterns. DISTRICT 4 ON MAY 8th.
punch bowl.: s ers and many other: entertain-
Others present included: Mrs.
.. Your Vote and Support Will Be Deeply Appreciated
L. L. Harris, Mrs. Marvin Parker, '
Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. Johnny er uolaYwa, '' 'CONSlRVATION NEWSBy (Paid Political Adv.) ,'

\ Mercer, Mrs: James Craig;

I'I., Mrs. Ernest Taylor, Mrs. W. L. SllmmJnl Uau Tilman W. Robinson
Wadsworth and Mrs. J. B. Math-
Making a soils survey by a

erly.Miss :Margaret Smithdeal, has I[ soils assisting specialist a is farmer the first in stepin the W L. DUNSON ION'

preparation of a complete soil
returned after a ;visit of 'two i i. j : CANDIDATE FOR
I and water conservation plan 'on -
weeks in North Carolina with J I. 1

relatives. ,; I 1 his The farm.soil scientist's finding are I Member of Flagler County Board ot I

Mrs. Mae Johnson has returned -II transcribed on an aerial photograph '
,, after spending three weeks II II I and then reproduced giv- Public Instruction District 3 [
the farmer individual
in St. Augustine with her daughter -I ing an
John soil map of his farm. The soil YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED.Paid I
Mrs. Clara Lange. Mrs. I
son is residing here with her son map serves the farmer, and the ( Political Adv.) I
SCS technician with
in law and daughter Mr. and working
Mrs. Robert Cook. him, as a unique tool to develop .--. -
his farm according to its
3220I T- Ji i
Visiting here during the week- x capability.
Harold Rawls Soil RE-ELECT
end with :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ; Conserva- .
Lewis :was Miss Rae Dixon of JJ tion Service, Lake City, is the
\' Seville.. S. soil scientist whose workingarea Alfred R Tucker I
I includes Flagler County.

:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook left Rawls makes periodical visits to COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4 I
Wednesday for a visit in Chicago .' the county in order to survey ,

" with relatives. Mr. Cook will the farms of new district cooper- : For Continued Progress
fly from there to Des Moines, ators. On his most recent visit, -. IS i.
Iowa, where he will participatein Rawls classified the soil on the ,
the ABC National, Bowling O'A farms of: Lewis Uihlein, J. P.S your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly., Appreciated

tournament before returning Shope, H. P. Bowden, Raymon (Paid Political Adv.) t
home. Tucker and W. H. McBride.
Dress Pattern No. 3220-Slimming
I I t/n.*.-You'll like this dr... Ibocauto th. --
.Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mercer princes l/ntt do he nicest things to four t '
.. were in Cocoa during the past flgvro. Ira on* that may prove your ,
weekend with their son Paul standby for month to com. No. 3220 I
It ovafabIn tint 14V,. I1/* Ja'/, Re-Elect .
:Mercer. They were accompanied 20'/i, 221/2, 24'/. Sin J6'I,' takes 4
there by Ann Martin of Seville. yards of 39-Inch fabric. -

Paul returned with them for the Nd/worlr 'oft""!CIJ No. 35-1he... !
I weekend. pretty doilii of' /a/ crochfcf In
for.. differi! **(pit-found, cquoro, I .. J
and oraf. Tt. "NjKjwraiff/. tim and
Mrs. Louis Trad and daughter ,ore yrwttfwl..' For Representative State LeglsJature- t j
Kay, spent the past week- S.nd 35c for och aV.*. pattern, 25e ,
end in Gainesville visiting with for och jiood/oworlr pottwn'lodd JOe
Mr. Trad who is in the University for each pattern for first clan mailing) to I
AUDREY LANE ftUKEAU, Box 1490, New FromFlagler County Florida
1 Hospital here. __. York I, New York. ,
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1. He serves all of Flagler County. "*

KINCFLORIQA 2. He knows that our future lies in our schools k

and has acted accordingly.
Growp 1 3. He commends industries while
.,, Notivo FtoridioN-broad background our present
;e- in cattle ..d cirrus farming, local seeking further economic advancement.
...- a.4 MrcanriU botioocs. '
H. works always to g! Florida tbobast i x 4
; ia tramportatioa public 4. He knows that need recreational and
s, utility sorvkM at roasoaabla rat*. we
\ For fiftoM adiMoistratioa.yoar bo. ....bas gi.J d o* you abosMOts cultural facilities for all ages, and has

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f, had to do with taxes-each sec- 'in the year that the money is you can't win. I and the previous administrationas
t tion affecting a different seg. earned; and the withholding of The overall effect of the bill far back as 1954 stated that

;,. ment of our economy. It isn't i income tax on interest from div- in the first year of operationwill J this type of incentive would be
f;' easy to pass a tax bill in an)I idends earned be a net 'increase to the most helpftil to the economy in
:j 1 election year at best, but some-] Federal Government in revenueof creating more workers, more
The latter provision was one
times it becomes necessary, and of the most controversial in the 120000000.; Thereafter it will jobs, more sales, more profits
this was one of those times. I result in increased revenue. HQw and consequently more revenueto
bill, and I opposed it in the
much the increase will be will the Federal Government. I
the more frequently Committee. However, the bill
I I'discussed i depend on how much this tax hope it works out that way.
sections of the bill was presented to the House, as
were the provisions of tightening :are all tax bills, under what is incentive credit spurs the econ

III I up on expense accounts;' tax- i called a, closed rule. This means omy. Subscribe to The r ger Tribune .

I I ing of income earned overseas i that the bill is not subject to Treasury officials of both this $2. 0 A Year In Advance

.5: by American-owned foreign ,cor- I any amendments except committee -
porations and, foreign subsidi- I amendments. The big
aries; taxing the earnings of fight on the floor on this bill 24 HourWrecker
f E (Syd) Herlong -
I-A. Fifth District mutual savings banks and Fed- I came on a motion to recommit Service
eral savings and loan associa I the bill ,to our Committee with
I The House has just passed the tions for the first time; taxing instructions for us to report it
1 so-called tax ,reform bill, which mutual fire and casualty insur- I back to the House with two Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

was officially designated as the : ance companies so as to bringin amendments, one striking out ASSEY-FERGUSON
Revenue Act of 1962. This was some revenue, and removingpart I the section calling for with-
I If Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
probably the most controversial of their alleged competitive i I holding, and the other striking I

f bill' that has been' before our advantage over stock fire and out the section which would Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242
S9 'Committee and the House in casualty companies; taxing the give a 7 per cent tax credit to Night ID 7-3529

many a day. In the first place, earnings of cooperatives, ,eitherin business on any amount spent I VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER
there were some 23 sections to I I the hands of the cooperativeor I fot plant machinery and equipment i Owner Parts&Shop Manager

the bill. Twenty-one of them I the patron. of the cooperative !,I which is designed to expand -' 11
the economy and create - -
'more jobs. Again these two mat-

J' THE, -. ters were tied together in one
vote and it was not possible to CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

vote for one and against the
incentive A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
other. As the tax credit -

was regarded as the most JOHN HARDIN, Associate
important single feature of the I
bill and one which was absolutely AIR LADY OXYGEN

then for me to vote fort AMBULANCES I II

,even though in doing so I I
was also voting for withholding Phone ID 7-3532 I

albeit reluctantly. This was 'an-
other one of those votes where. 1s
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you have reached the age to a few months, after retirement.He I'
thinking of retirement- doesn't yearn for it, and he f7f'lIfIIf1 !
I 55 or so. You wonder how the doesn't hate it. He just loses
money will be after you get your interest.
', pension. This is always foremost.But That the man who retires with
you wonder about other nothing specific to do (which was
'- things: what it's like to be withouta his case) finds all sorts of little
job; how you feel as you grow chores to fill his day if he owns
r old; where the satisfaction in it is. his house and lot. The man who
This week a 78-year-old man retires in a city apartment doesn't.
came up with some answers, and And he, too, gives retirement a'
since he is alert and content after bad name.
; 13 years of retirement his views That the man who retires
: carry authority. He doesn't want with enough money to satisfy his
-' his name in the paper, which needs doesn't really want the
LT': rtI hAU
.. you'll understand after readinghis bother_ of another job. "This is '
views. the average man, you under- Afim'V Aij II
"There are a lot of crackpot stand. Not the odd ball or the
theories," he says, "about what fellow with too much adrenalinin _
a man goes through after he re- his system . -y S
'. tires. College professors and writers That children of retired people ,
t like you 'are mostly respon- are not, so bad as they are
sible for them . sometimes painted. If the retired Intuit 1rfNwII / 1''
"It just ,doesn't hurt as muchas parents are self-sufficient, finan- p1
people think. For four months, cially and emotionally,' childrenare A
or, maybe six, there's readjustingto O.K. and a pleasure. "My _; itliuul I I ? LLJ I III
do. And there are bad moments wife and I have been self-suffi- k
in it. But the normal man is ret : cient. If we needed help I think _
\ covered and/ content after ,six I our children would rally around. tflflflid 'cijz
months. There are men who But I have no way to be sure." : Y.
aren't normal, of course. They -That a man never feels he is
\ I suffer.. And they give retirementa growing old "At least not till
bad name .. age 78." The legs don't want to 9
,According to the 78-year-old walk so far as time goes on. Thisis ,..tb'r 'I
seer, man is conditioned by nature 'intelligence, not aging. 1 '? k
( 1 for every age of his life: -That friends and neighbors

.. flirtation, child-bearing, parenthood -I don't abandon the retired man. I %
the tedious debt-paying I He abandons them. The dinner A
{ I years of maturity. "But man parties, the cocktail' hours, the
: doesn't give nature credit for con back yard barbecues will con- ;
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ditioning him also for,retirement. tinue to put the retired man on z.
She will. She>always does, u'. the invitation list., But as time
: Here, says the seer, is a capsule goes on he questions whether they
1 version of what he has discovered are worth the effort.For .
t ' in his 13 retirement years: a cop of the new Golden Tears
-That a man's job, no matter booklet by Thomas Collins Bead 35
cents In cola (no stamps) to Dept.
how much it consumed Life, NWNS. Box: 1672 Grand Central Station -
becomes 'a last year's sweetheart New York 17. N. Y.

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t t Flagler County: l!:

Count the extension phones

: I have qualified as a candidate for member of ways .

the Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County

-1 I from'- :District No. 5. can ease your days and nights. .

: I am a college" graduate and have had more than '
Minute to relax? Prop up your Husband away on a business
; 30 of teaching experience, '16 years of which. 1 4
feet and chat with a friend. trip? Phone at your bedside for
t was in Bunnell High School. .
\ Sewing, dusting or mending? safety, security.

i If nominated and ,elected, I will continue to work 2 Phones are there where you are.
I So. business
. call the telephone
for the best interest of Flagler County School
\4 t 3 Busy in the kitchen? Just reach office and find out how easy it is

:t d 9 System., \ for the phone and take or make to add phones where you need \
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q .. ,calls without stirring a step. them most. '

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Faye Edmonson. 'was made by Jamesene Dawson,''!Subscribe for:The Flagler Tribun* I I

THE BOOK NOOK I I P National Library I Ir I Fifth period; Mrs. Craig's third Dianne Springer, and Faye Ed- !I II I S2J>0 A Year In Advance

LORNA DOONE WeekAs 1,and fourth grade: Lynn Orem. monson. The work was super- !

I r +' Sixth period: Mrs. Holland'sfirst vised by Mrs. John A. Cannon i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
This story Is about the love 1 FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA I
a project for National Library grade: Grace Steflik. j IN CHANCERY NO. 4441 5
I 5
of two people, John Ridd, and 1 Week the Bunnell High I Mrs. Johnston's fifth grade: The National Library Week'stheme I SIEGFRIED A. BUDRICK.

Lorna Doone: j! t ,is "Read and Watch Your Plaintiff. ;E
School assistants are 'Tommy Robertson and Gordon vs
I World Grow." Now is the timeto BLANCHE BUDRICK.

First, John's family is very! reading short stories of interest)I'I I Hahn. read. Won't you pion us this Defendant. .I

and 'I'to children in Kindergarten ]I Miss Vaughn's first grade: NOTICE TO DEFEND
poor Lorna's family is very week and help us celebrate Na- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
the sixth grade. To be Janice, Lovelace. BLANCHE BUDRICK t
well off. But John kept bring- through
'I tional Library Week? 53 London Street :. !
for this work the as- I I ;,...
recognized Massachusetts
,ing her different gifts, such as Lowell i
I Through the the library By Faye Edmonson.In .
year You are hereby notified that a I
butter, milk, eggs, etc. John sistant and the grade he is to assistants have written' book re- I suit has been filed against you In ;

-' has fallen in love with Lorna. I take for Wednesday, April 11, is the above entitled cause; and you "
views and interesting articles fo>(< a recent year Florida produced are hereby required to file your an'I
John wants to take her away as follows: swer with the Clerk of this Court
the local The title 244,800 tons of water- I
I I I newspaper. and to serve a copy thereof upon

\ from the Doone family and I First period: Mrs. Tonkin's (!I II [heading for the school library melons. I whose the plaintiff name or and address attorney Is: ,
,wants to' her. When her i
marry I sixth grade: Pee Wee Knight and i j section of the paper has been RAY SELDEN :'
tries to take her there becomesa I 1 I Selden Building
Jerry Burnsed. t I,given the name "The Book FLAGLER COUNTY STATE OF Daytona Beach Florida .jI
family quarrel. In this .quarrel Nook." FLORIDA. .NOTICE OF PRO- not later than May 3, A. D. 1962.

Lorna finds out who her real Mrs. Wadsworth and Mrs. I i I The library assistants also ESTATE BATE. OF I confesso If you fail will to be do entered so, decree against pro '.'!

guardian really is. One of Lorna's Reynolds Kindergarten .Dianne W. H. DEEN Deceased. you for the relief demanded in the ,
have been required this to THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
I I year I'I bill of complaint. The nature of I II
aunts come'over from Lon- Springer. II' ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN said suit being for divorce.
make bulletin boards for the interest
I I don and gives Lorna and John Second period: Mrs. Townsend's I 1 of the student body and THE DENT:ESTATE OF SAID. DECE-I I said WITNESS Court this my 28th hand day and of seal March of I

her permission to get married. I You are hereby notified A. D. 1962.Official .
fourth Helen Min- j
grade: I to enlighten the minds of our written instrument purporting to ( Seal)
I If interested in what i chew. :| be the Last Will and 'Testament of 1 E. A. SMYTHE
you are students to read more.
j i I said decedent has been admitted to Clerk of said Circuit Court I
happens to Lorna and John, I 'Third period: Miss McClure's i The Library Club of the Bun- probate In said Court. I' By Julia R. Harvey "
You are hereby commanded within Clerk
suggest that you come to our I I second grade: Jamesene Dawson. I nell High School presented their six calendar months from the April 5-12-19-26-4tQ Deputy
date of the first publication of this
library. I j Fourth period: Mrs. Morris'i library with an embossing machine notice to appear in said Court and NOTICE OF BIDS

Pee Wee ,Knight J fifth grade: David Cook. I and also a lovely valance show cause, if any you can why Notice is hereby given that the
-the action of said Court in admitting East Flagler Mosquito Control District -
t, Assistant. I Mrs. Hargett's third grade: for the windows. The valance said Will to probate should of Flagler Beach. Florida, will
not stand unrevoked. accept sealed bids at the office located -
(SEAL) T. K. MCKNIGHT 7 miles north of Flagler
County Judge Beach on Highway AlA up to and
.. Flagler County, Florida. until 6:00 P. M. on April 16th 1962. .
T -o.t.MT.orr.fovTHO. en AU.ONIN/QAIN.MA_witenott*All_CAOIXW O..O.me. April 5-12-19-26-ttc
or postmarked prior to that date
and time, for the following, for
..' IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY I fiscal year ending September 30th,
FLORIDA. IN PROliATE. Furnish approximately 10,000 gal-
IN RE: Estate of lons of No. 2 Fuel Oil, to be delivered -
\V. H. DEEN. Deceased.To to the District's storage
All Creditors and Persons tank in Flagler Beach Florida In '
fY 9l
: a Having Claims or Demands Against quantities suitable for the capacityof
Said Estate: storage tanks' which is approxi-
You and each of you are hereby mately 6500 gallons. Quotations to
notified and required to present any be based on 60 degree F. Temp.
claims and demands; which you or Furnish approximately 2 000 gal-
r either of you may have againstthe lons Gasoline to be delivered to theDistrict's
: estate of W. H. Deen, deceased
o.y Headquarters in Flagler
+ :A
p Y late of said County, to the County Beach Florida in quantities for ...
] Judge of Flagler County Florida, storage tank facilities. Bidder to 1
at his office in the court houseof furnish storage tank of 500 gallon
said County at Bunnell. Florida .
capacity with dispensing pump and
within eight calendar months from meter.
the time of the first publication of Furnish approximately 2,000 gal-
this notice.: Each claim or demand lons of L. P. Gas. delivered to theDistrict's
shall be in writing and shall state Headquarters in Flagler
4.T:1. the place of residence and post office Beach Florida. Bidder to furnish

,,4 : : : : ); r : I address sworn of to the by the claimant claimant and agent shallbe with storage meter.tank and diaoensing pump

: I attorney, and any such claim or Bids will be opened at the office
demand not so filed shall be void. 196%.
Wednesday, April 18th
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{. ; F W. W. DEENJ. 7:30 P.M.Successful.
a Jf i
1 C. DEENAs bidders will be notified
: Executors of the Last following the District's tabulationof
? Will and Testament of bids.
W H. Deen deceased.
R.a The District reserves the rightto
April '5-12-19-26--Hc reject any and all bids and to
waive Informalities in bidding.
rI Lyman L. Gage. Secretary.
CASE NO. GOO March 29 & April 5-12-3tc
IN RE: Estate of
S .S creditors- of the estate of
LEWIS J. SLAUGH, deceased, are 4433MILDRED .
of hereby notified and required to file NO.
S claims demands which they
any or
f : may have against said estate In Plaintiff
1 the office of the County Judge of vs.
t Flagler County, Florida, in the FLOYD D. STALLINGS,
Y r courthouse at Bunnell. Florida Defendant.
an y. within six calendar months from NOTICE "
) o : Y the date of the first publication of IN THE NAME OF-THE STATEOF
: this notice. Each claim or demand FLORIDA:
: 711 must be in writing and must state TOFloyd D. Stallings.
the place of residence and post- I Whose address and placeof
t {Y office address of the claimant and residence are unknown.
must be sworn to by the claimant. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
a Bill of Complaint has been
his agent or his attorney or it
will become void according to law. filed against you in. the Circuit
1 1'r
{ Dated this 19th day of March Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
{JS 1962. of Florida, in and for Flagler
{ d Miriam S. Slaugh. Executrixof County, In Chancery by MILDREDW.
the Estate of Lewis J. STALLINGS. The nature of said
'I Slaugh. deceased. suit is a Bill for Divorce. You are
:c ; : Ufa a, { First publication: March %2nd, hereby required to file personallyor
}, tX by attorney with the Clerk of
1,: 1962.March 22-29 & April 5-12-Itc said Court your written defenses,
if any you have, to said Complaintand
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF to serve same upon the under-
y.. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, signed attorney for Plalntif on or
555 t'a''S IN CHANCERY NO. 4436 before the 26th day of April A. D.
KENNETH G. 1962 to-wit:

{r... vs. Attorneys at Law.
; ANN MAE VOGEl 233 North Causeway,
; Defendant. New Smyrna Beach. Florida.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: hereby designated as the newspaper
Ann Mae Vogel In which this Notice shall be pub
87 :JMathlason Place lished once a week for four (4)
Matawan New Jersey consecutive weeks.
\ You are hereby notified that a WITNESS my hand and official
suit has been filed against you In seal at Bunnell. Flagler County
the above entitled cause: and you Florida this 22nd day of March.
: are hereby required to file your an- A. D. 1962.Official .
swer with the Clerk of this Court, ( Seal)
and to serve a copy thereof upon EMIL A. SMYTHE.
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney Clerk of Circuit Court
whose name and address is: Deputy Clerk.
I : kill "em wherever Ray Selden GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIEBy
they're hidingUnder
Selden Building /B/ W. M. Gillespie
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Attorney for Plaintiff
later than April 26th. A.D. 1962. By Julia R. Harvey.
.... If you fail to do so, decree pro March 29 & April 5.12.19-4tc

the curl of a leaf. In the crevice of a is absorbed so swiftly that workers can enter confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou In the IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -

stalk.''Wherever insects hide, safe from other the fields a few hours after spraying. And the I said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT.COUNTY.IN

sprays. . Phosphamidon hunts them down. natural predators that feed on harmful potato WITNESS my hand and seal of FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE
said Court thla 22nd day of March NO. 4433
And kills them.Phosphamidon. insects can safely return too. A. D. 1962.Official IN RE: The Matter of Adoptionof

can do this because it So isn't it silly to spray money away, hit ( E.Seal A.) SMYTHE ANNIE by Robert LEE Fennell WRIGHT and a Men-minor -

doesn't.kill by contact alone (though its conor miss, with ordinary sprays, when with By Clerk Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court tory Fennel NOTICE -

tact kill is spectacular). It is absorbed by the Phosphamidon, you just can't miss. March 29 & April Deputy 5119CtcIN Clerk TO: OSSIE Whereabouts BELLE unknown.GREEN

foliage'and penetrates the entire upperpart of JAMES WRIGHT -
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURT Whereabouts unknown.
the plant system. Result: a "remote control"kill Helping the World Grow Better IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- District Director. State Welfare

that_gets the hidden insects other sprays TY CASE FLORIDA._ IN PROBATE P. O.Board Box 989Jacksonville

miss. And the list of insects reads like an IN RE: Estate of Florida
encyclopedia of potato pests: Colorado SLAUGH.Deceased.. that the above named Petitioner.
ORTHOPhosphamidon NOTICE OP PROBATETO Robert Fennell and Mentory Fen-
2 potato beetle (even the resistant one), all ALL PERSON;; INTERESTEDIN nelL have filed a petition in the
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT above-styled court for the adoption
varieties of aphids, flea beetles, corn borers, : of the minor child named therein
5 5 leaf about insect that You are hereby notified that a and you are required to show
hoppeis: just every written instrument purporting to cause why the same should not be
be the last will and testament of granted by serving a copy of your
sucks or chews. What's more most insects, !!
.{ S aald decedent has been admitted to written defenses if any, upon
that are resistant to other sprays find Phos- probate In this court. You are 'v. L. Wadsworth. Attorney for Petitioners -
hereby commanded within six calendar P.O. Box 396. Bunnell.
-- S phamidon irresistible. months from the date of the Florida, and by flllnsr the originalthereof
first publication of this notice to with the Clerk of said
\, .As if this weren't enough, Phosphamidon .- .. appear in the County Judge' Court Court. otherwise a decree may be
and show cause if any you can. entered against you granting said
why the action of this court in ad- adoption.
'.1 A'. ., . CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION' P.0.Box 7067. Orta do. Florid, ' .. mitting said will to probate should WITNESS mr hand and the seal
> v not stand unrevoked. I of said court at Bunnell Florida,
: .., /S/ T. K. McKNI day of March. 1962.
,," >f&f; ;;; "". Coun -. SMYTHE
First publication the Circuit Court
1962. County. Florida
March 22-29 &; II 5124tcThursday
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, Gardening- In Florida I the cadmium compounds or a It's easy to identify rust. Look 1 tensi sponsored water systems:bleshooting Water Systems:: ,
mercury'chloride.. for small yellow to orange or clinics. "The clinics are designed |I A representative of the county

t By Hervey Sharpe I If the disease is in, the infant reddish-brown postules on the to take the mystery out of I health department told about
r.: 'stage, an application nitrogen leaves. Heavily infested lawns home water systems," Pettis ex available services in testing '

E Watering a lawn is like spanking t may make the grass outgrow have an unthrifty appearance.To plained. I drinking water for bacteria. Discussions
r. a child. You've got to do I the disease. St. Augustine, bur- stop this disease try zineb, Minerals in water are a com also covered types of

.;" a good job for best results., I muda, zoysia, bahia and centipede sulfur or cycloheximide in com mon problem in home water sys 1 pumps, good wiring to save

-: \ Teasing a lawn with a few I all are likely to'suffer from bination with thiram. terns the engineer points out. pump motors, causes of min-

sprinkles of water doesn't get tot dollar spot.If Slime mold is technically nota Separate tests are required to de i erals i in water, and types of flitters -
of the There tect iron, sulfur, or "hardness"a and softners needed
the root problem. the grass becomes discolored disease, but most home owners to correct -
k. lore, the grass roots have to with areas larger than dollar who see it for the first time condition caused by calcium'I mineral problems.

' come up to the soil surface for spot but no leaf spot type lesionsare swear otherwise. Symptoms include and magnesium. A. different; i' Helping with the program
' drink. treatment is needed for each were an agricultural engineerwith ._
a present, the disease could a gray to black soot-llke _
x To keep 'the roots growing either be fairy ring cottony mold growth or prominent whiteor problem. I the Federal Extension Service i'i
f deeply and to prevent the lawn blight or brown patch. I I yellow masses. To "cure," Everyone who attends a'wa. i Washington; R. G. Hartshornof
'., from taking 10 o'clock droop, Mushrooms brush or wash the mold growth ter systems clinic is invited to the Water Purification Foundation -
in the
the outdoor carpet needs a sod. growing off the grass. Mowing will eliminate a sample of his home drinking ; and a representative of
eased is that '
soaker about once a week. If area a good sign # the slime from the grass. water to be tested for mineral the local REA cooperative.ROME'S .
the trouble is fairy ring. This is
nature won't cooperate, then you content.
ti: a difficult ,disease to control Turfgrass fungicides may be
i iI
1"" need to do a rain dance or to Pettis reports that 220 water I COLOSSEUMRome's
: Often it's simpler to let the dis purchased from garden supply '
soil out the water hose. samples were brought to a re 1
stores under various trade
its Colosseum the world'slargest
ease run course., Organic .
' It is usually best to water during cent clinic in Palmetto-the biggest j I ,
mercury fungicides injected into names. named ma amphitheater, was completed -
r the 'early morning hours or clinic held to date.
the soil two or three times in terials may contain one or more in A.D. 80. Built by the

', early noon for enough the during top of the the after lawn the affected areas may stop the I of the fungicides listed as cures, Similar clinics are planned for I Emperor Titus, it was inaugu 1,

Sol disease. Often the cure causesas I so be sure to follow the manufacturer's May 1 in Bristol, .May 23 in Vero rated with a blood bath of \#
before Ole
r to become dry
sets. Very often heavy night much damage as the disease. I II recommendation* Beach, and May 24 In Cocoa. j matches between gladiators and
For a handy reference on Tho two-hour wild beasts. Until recently :HoJ -
f Cottony blight shows up In program,
watering creates humid con.
:' .. ditions favorable to many fungs I streaks in the lawn. The grassblades I I lawn diseases ask your county all water systems clinics, in J mans used the Colosseum as a 1
'agent for Agricultural Extension cluded short movie marble
c11seases.f are matted together. The a on "Trou- j quarry.
grass rapidly dies in spots. In I' Service Circular 221, "Turfgrass
. The best way to cope with Disease Control Guide." ...... ..; .. . ... ... .. .. . .... ..... .. . . .
:lawn- diseases is quick identifi- the early stage the grass is I . . . . ",... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .fa."J ,.
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nation and immediate chemical blackened and has a greasy ap- ;I ._ FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHt
k. application. >earance. At times the diseased 1 Home Water Test

Jf silver dollar size spots de spots have a "cottony" look due i
to a fungus growth. There is no: Are Made At AMBULANCE
velop in the lawn and leaf spot- Being
; PHONE VAlley 4.1625
sudden cure, but organic merc-
rP' type lesions are present, then it's
that the lawn has ury fungicides are most effec-
a. good guess Extension Clinics ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
tive. Do not water when
The is oft or mow
.dollar spot. cure one
:' the disease is active. "You can't tell the quality of Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
Brown patch shows up as I water 'by looking at it." That's are always at your service with promptness safety and
fairly large circular areas that why A. M. Pettis, associate agricultural
t CLASSIFIEDADS contain no mushrooms and are engineer with the Florida experience.Equipped.

without the matting of leaves. Agricultural Extension Serv With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

; The disease usually shows up ice, recommends scientific teststo
L'r' during humid weather. A number pintpoint water problems. Garcia Funeral Home
, : of chemicals are recommend. Floridians who have private
# 3 LUtlng cents -per under word thla each heading Insertion are, I ed for brown patch, These in water systems are learning how P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Directot"I

' 75 cents la ,minimum' charre.r clude PCNB, thiram, cyclohexi- to get the best services' .from LADY ASSISTANT'

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f.' apartment over double garage, -- I
h', block from ocean, partly furnished
r and kitchen appliances.

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: March 22TfHOUSE -- 11 rr.f::,,. .. "fl' ? 'eq
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t. TOH RENT OR SALE-3 ,bed f- '1..vii Yr'r f .'
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sr 6
: Flagler Beach, on boat ,
; f canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional
value, beautiful interior r
pickup-most ,.
and exterior $90.00 per '
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I" ;- month, for September 1 occu '

pancy. Contact present renters
"\\b.Y t or Alexander Lumber Co., Day- '

tona Beach Florida. 7-20-TF -
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r'.' Ocean front housekeeping apartments -

r- 1 and 2 bedrooms compete .

I[ ,'.. Sun with deck linens, fishing and, all swimming utilities., Depend on it to give you an honest days work for a ion 9,ion 9 ,

week month.
loafing.Day, or

h-. HE'Sun 9.2082 Sea Manor, Flagler 7-6tf Beach. time and not cost much to run or keep up. It's a Chevrolet.Trucks -

Paid Political Adv.1iVANTED .
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.' "Board Member, District No. 1.1 that helps it last longer by reducing road shock. It HAVE YOU LOOKED INTO CAMPER BODIES?

I r!:,.' [Remember, Flagler County has non-skid wood body floor. It has as tough a This is a fine way to enjoy the outdoors comfortably

t.'_ schools need Herschel King. I tailgate as you'll find. It has an all-welded frame and at low cost. Many Chevrolet dealers are showing .

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