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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 10, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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:(i> VOLUME 50, ,NO. 18' BUNNEIL, FLORIDA,. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR
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!! : Application I Monday Meeting .1 Bids Advertised ,

Unofficial Results Of: County Board
'- Rezoning I I For Post Office V
At the Monday morning meeting .
Is WithdrawnAl of the Board of County Com and Site :
missioners a delegation of prop- I Building .
fc J;: May 8 Primary erty owners protested the pro
Kemmerer, posed revaluation and equalization Bids for a new, modern post
resenting the company of property in the county. I office building for Bunnell are ,;

., had applied for It had been reported that a being advertised now. Bids for .
;, E j: C'I Cf o I( S ") 5 56 on East Moody delegation working for revalua I the building and site are to be
tion would also but
)t. .. residence to business, appear, in the office of W. P. Selcer, Jr., '
6is the board informed that
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;. .' .. \ xxz the application at the their proposition would be pry P. O. Box 4964, Jacksonville, Fla.
"':. 1. OFFICE" .AND CANDIDATE _t.j .. .. .. B -ss mission'meeting sented at a later meeting. -j not later than May 29. The bids '
f H-' , .9 .a lip .r* .rt g call for furnishing leased space
.. -. 1ft y. Hi s S S S emmerer said they did Voting by Danny machines Johnston were inspected technician suitable for postal purposes with
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Ie M it to their best
f'. I( aaaaa >awaH was I and George Moody, chairman renewal options as the bidder
f United States Senator I I 1 I I I i I I go into this with of the Flagler County Demo- shall offer.

'" ., Roger L. Davis ..._.____.=._........ 'II 271 241| 31| 6131| | 51] 81| |177 I the rezoning.He cratic Executive Committee, reSorted -
\ '.. George, A. Smathers ...__;..._......_, 60133036114176I40J122101[ | | | | 56J1187 stated the them ready election for Tuesday.A use in the. Enclosed net space of 2,710 '
k Douglas Randolph Voorhees ..-. 1 111)| 201 21 2t 11 51 11 11) 43 ping center would square feet is desired with'a
.. Representative In Congress I i I I I I I i 1f. I.i I. 200,000 investment in communication was read platform space of 216 square
f. J. A. (Doc) Marcello ..-,:.-....... 31 381 741| 21201| 81( 14| 71 41 169 and he was asking from ing about James a McDonogh ditch on complain.the side feet. Driveway, parking and
D. R. (Billy) Matthews ---....-.? 562921301143161134106J| | 961 4711036\ the town to help the of Bacher St., but D. D.. Moody maneuvering area of 8,566 square
t i, Circuit Judge Seventh Circuit I I' I I 1 I i I I.I 1 find a suitable location who surveyed the line for the feet, and 581 square feet is desired -
James T. Nelson ?.__...__..-__2916421411555128J| | [ 61f 571| 281 651 business dIStrict.At ditch said it lay wholly within for sidewalks.
Horace D. Riegle _._....__.._..........29117211761291271141 61 43J 221| 573 the A street.letter from the State Road Important factors include the
Railroad and Public, Utilities I. I I 1 I I l' I I Ii a previous I Department said the departmentdoes location, good daylighting, and ,
1\ Commissioner Group No. 1 I 1. I I J I I i I I company had applied not have men or materialsto ventilation, accessibility to rear ';
Bob Johnson ..!-.----.._..-...... 81 481 1 '631| 5116]' 71 231| 25J 10J 205 commission to have the keep up the tracfflc light at or sides, entrance for mails,
r. Wilbur C. King ..._..________.._... 36J234123913453129| | 881 69J 271 809 zoned from residential the and crossing State Highway of U.S. 11'Highway in Bun.1 service considerations, economic 1:
y If William John '''Mason ...->_-._.._... 91 401 48J II 91 31 61 6j] 8J '130 ness. Monday night nell and that maintenance is factors, and overall operatingcost.
. Railroad and Public Utilities 1 I.J J' I II I J J I I I set for the hearing; the city's responsibility. The .
t. Commissioner Group No. 2 I I I ,1 I 1 1 i i r Other business of, the matter was referred to the city. Construction requirements for ::'
r Jim Blanton _._.__._.___.._._._.._..151 951| 831 51221| ''5 221 171 231 2874J.169 It made plans for the take which the, it was project.A stated. will under leased post office facilities and 't
_. Charles L. Carter ..._._.._._._......" 41| 441| 601 91131 S[( 18J 12J Small Municipalities request for use of a part of bid 'forms and other information .
J Jerry W. Carter _.____.__.___... 35119312011241411291 781 671 211| 689 be held here May 17. L. the Bunnell airport for recrea- may be obtained from Post-
t'; ,Jim Fair ..m-__._..___......_..__.,. .ij 10J 241 1t| 31 21| 21 I 21{ 21 47 'nam was appointed on tion was deferred until other .master Ray Mercer or Mr. Selcers -
George Onett -..-.---....-.-,.-..-... 11 2I| 301| 11 11, ..21 21 01 12 mittee to complete pl Is'matters settled.A concerning. the airport office in Jacksonville. r
i,J. House of Representatives 1 I I I I I I I I Voted to lease blocks motion was made and car A correct legal description of J
!. 7 William L. Wadsworth .._..-_... 50330312I43] { 77l40ll24109l| 5111136| 122 to the school ried that the county judge's the entire ground area to, be
JHoward! -J. AWiseilaupt.r.4J,561122I! 410L9L,20J l L 51 t. 9J 249clerk used for recreation compensation be $7,500 annual. leased must accompany the. bid. .
ti. \'.- r- of,;:, Circuit.:Court . ..>{..l[ ...t t U Vvl"1 :' 1 "j-J -. .. ,only. Thg Jease vas office-beturnedJnta ly but that all fees..from the..Board that Bidders, may,t also submit photo 4'I;
7;H-McRtight* 1r. ::? :::.: 'M'=:28tlGijl9311e1S5119t"131p54f.26-} } stadium V andfootball of County Commissioners.Bids '"g Ir I l1s# rll lr-property'andTlts q -" -:. i
t; 'Eo A. Smythe _.,-._:....: ..._--. 3521012143150261| 79\\ 571 291 731 the Athletic 'Club for furnishing gorceries surroundings if they so desire. '
F County CommissioBer Dist'No. 2 1 'I t 1 I r 1 I I money for repairs to the for prisoners for the month were I If new construction or major re '.
.. Charley Rocket ...:...__.:::-__. 31117512591 91341291( 421 43| 19J 641 City Attorney H. T. submitted by Rodgers Grocery modeling is proposed, a draw.
\ f: George E. Wickllne _.---v--_..--. 33120411701371491181I! 981 701 371 716 ported"the fire j l ad After Brannam's Food,listed Marke. ing of the front elevation shall
comparing prices by
ti., County Commissioner Dist. No. 4 I I I' I I I I I14J I I J. I presented to the city the bidders Rodgers bid was ac accompany the bid. If an existing
Arden B. ,Kinney ,._____......_._... 9411131 3141| 1 91 251} 261 I 14| 312 Wadsworth for $400 cepted. building, photographs of the -;
J. B. Pellicer _._.-.:;.-._._-.. 25114011551121261221 421 311 91 462 turned over to the r. Bids for air conditioning the front elevation shall accompanythe j
Alfred R. Tucker ._...._._..__.. 231156J14913444J16| | 781| 561 311 587 i claim agent who first floor of the court house were bid.
r Board of Public Instruction Dist. 1 1 I 'M I I 1 1 I I. \ \ I the investigation.Mrs. ', opened lack of and technical read but information because ,in of The Postmaster General does

,Ria Johnston ._;._.___..___.._.._...1911111 78114J171161 37f- 171 343 Peggy Worley .t'I I the bid requests it was decidedto hold an assignable site option. I
l Herschel King' ?.____i....__.--. 25117711531261341221| 761 46[ 281| 587 before the commission re-advertise for bids.A Locations offered should be I
lv, Louis M. Stefllk ..-:--.---..-'? 19J106J186J 7133lnjI \ .37| '33{ 131 445 for rezoning of lots 10 : deputy sheriff bond for within or near the business ;'
"r Board of Public Instruction Dist. 3 I i I M I 1 i i30J151210J151441101 i I I in Block 56 for George Allen, Jr., was accepted. community of the town. J"
James E. (Jimmie) Crews_....___ | 551 361 371| 588 said she wanted it for Bids were advertised, for the .
f W. L. Dunson ... ....-..x_.,..+..... 15110411201121201181( 49J 431 81 389 que stand with a beer Funeral Services Bunnell post office several .tr
; Walton M. Kinney ,___:_.__ 16J114[ 95120J20121JI 371 351| 111 369 She also said she months ago but satisfactory . t
Board of Public Instruction Dist. 5 I I I M, I I i I I I rid of the dogs and For W., J. Roussin agreement could not be workedout I
3':. Howard F Lerch ..-.-......... ,.,:.... 51 9211091| 71| 91131 331 251 81 301 that area. because of the cost of the I
Roy E. Likins _,...______...._:.. 171107115J| 7128J16J\ 391 -34| 251 388 she would have to This Saturday property, it was learned. tit
I.. Sarah E :Martel ,..__._.__.__, 91 411 981] 01201] 81| 141 14j 101 214 application at the next
l Myrtle (Cockman) Rice ___.. 3011371103130J22110JI \ 501 34J 16| 432 and they would set a Woolrldge Joseph' Roussin of ))1
319 Sixth St., Flagler Beach, died Pioneer Woman
Referendum on Recreation I I I I I I I I IIt i a hearing.
It For ......---_.-_- 31337223i63l42J! | ( 971 941 3111035 Tuesday evening in a Holly Hill
,\ Against ?...._.____-- 781 56J22J201| 471| 181 61] 254 hospital after a long illness. Dies Saturday
\" Hugh. 'He was born in Detroit Mich., (
j and moved to Flagler Beach
. Dies years ago. He was an employeeof In Nursing HomeMrs.
1I\ Some Face Second Primary Runoff [ the Burroughs Adding Machine .

Carolina Co. there 46, years before Nora Malphurs, of Bun. V ,
: I, retiring six years ago. He was nell, one of the oldest pioneer
f'."f% i Winners ,in the county races will contest in the second pri 70 years old and was a memberof residents of Flagler County,
in Tuesday's first primary election mary for school board memberin Samuel Hugh the Catholic Church and The passed away Saturday afternoonin
are William Wadsworth, re- District Five.Congressman vedere, S. c., former Holy Name Men's Society. a Daytona Beach Nursing
'no ilnated to the House of Rep. D: R. (Billy) man of Bunnell, Suvivors are his wife, Jennieof Home. She was the widow of
'resentatives in the State Legis- Matthews, was renominated as suddenly Tuesday afte ,Flagler Beach; a daughter, the late Riley Malphurs.
lature. congressman from District Eight. his home there. He is Mrs. Delphine Fisher of Novi, Mrs Malphurs was born in ,.
i.g E. A. Smythe was nominated' i He also carried a large vote in i father of JIrs.V.. ,W. Mich.; a sister, Mrs. Henry Mogin Ormond Beach and had lived in :
I : for the two-year 'unexpired term Flagler county. This county will Bunnell. of Detroit. Also surviving are Flagler county about 70 4years. . :::j
l as clerk of the Circuit Court in officially become a part of the! Mr. Camerqn was a three grandchildren. She was 90 years of age. '
.. Flagler County.- Eighth Congressional District I II Sylvester Ga. He came Funeral services; will be at 10 She is survived by a son, F. L.Malphurs "; J
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); GeorgVickllne, encumbent on January 1, 1963. I nell in 1938 and. was A.M. 'Saturday at St. Stephens of Bunnell; one grand ;
([ county' commissioner in District I I U.. S. Senator George Smathers I with the Bunnell Roman Catholic Church. The Rosary daughter, Mrs. Doris Hersey, and !
V.- No. 2, was renominated for ,anl" was top man in the county He later operated his will be said at 8 P.M. Fri one grandson, Ralph Harbert, '
other four-year term. vote totals. He also was top. cery and market here. day in the chapel of Craig Fune- both of Bunnell; one sister, Mrs.

y> Candidates'; facing. second primary vote ,getter in the statewide contest Mrs. Cameron have ral 'Home, East Moody Blvd. Bertha Strickland, Ormond
Y.: runoffs Tuesday, May 29, with a large majority 'over South Carolina for The body will rest at the Beach; three half-brothers, Willie
? include Alfred R.. Tucker, In two ,opponents. Funeral services will Craig chapel from 6 P.Me Friday Stuckey, Ormond; Jessie and
'..".. cumbent, commissioner; in DIstrict I! The vote on the referendum in Sylvester at 2:30 until the funeral hour. Louie of Flagler Beach. Also !
afternoon. Interment will be in the famIly surviving are two great-grand
1'3 Four with Jv 'B. :Pellicer, election_ was 1,034 for and 254 .
He is survived by lot at SL Mary's Cemetery In children.
J. 'School District l' against.
Board No. Mrs. Rosely Cameron Korona. Graveside funeral services
4C runoU''race will be between' The question was whether or dere; one brother, Pope were held at the Espanola Cemetery
,f Louis StefUk and Herschel King. not a total of $6,000 should be eron of Atlanta, Ga.; AMERICAN, IN CALGARY Monday afternoon at 3 o' f.
t' In School Board District No. 3 appropriated by the Board of Miss .Mag Audry The United Sstates maintains clock, Rev W. L. Spicer.tJr., pastor .
f the run-off. will be between inS County Commissioners, annually Lakeland and Miss one of its largest consulates in of the Bunnell Methodist
cumbent W. L. Dunson and for,recreation: The amount to be Cameron of Sylvester; Calgary, the center of Canada'soil Church, officiated. .. '
."* James E. (Jimmie) .CreWS.:: divided between the City of Bun- daughter, Mrs. ;w.. W. industry. Some 36,000 Americans ' Garcia Funeral Home of St.
i Incumbeni.Roy Likins and nell 'and the' Town. of Flagler I BunaelL Also surviving live in Calgary, and 80,000 Augustine was in charge of ar
.::: : V Mrs. Myrtle. (Cockman) Rice I Beach. grand children, of -are in the area. rangements. "

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,,t.J,., PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER, : TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May. 1 j
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, I the Pirates got to Billy Harris Innings 12345 R H j and C. Dozier (2). j

!?: for 7 runs taking the lead 9-7. ; 4 '
?,- Sluggers 01012 10 1 Winning pitcher B. Robinson;

The PirateS' in scoring their 7 Angels 7000x7 7 losing pitcher, R. Wertherington.

.r'.,,. ' runs set'a record by hitting Two base .hits, T. Parker. M.' Umpire Copeland. JP .
three successive home runs. Russell Dozier and C. Dozier; 3-base hitJ.

,," Wertherington hit the first Cody; home runs, B. Geller j i Subscribe to The F: g1er Tribune
: followed by Pee Wee Robinsonand

I Pitcher Cliff-'Wertherington.
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;-' By Leslie Pack In the top of the fifth Cliff,i
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I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1AIR 1
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Wertherington struck, out the
CITY MIDGET ALL STARS ers some runs. i
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PLAY PANTHERS SATURDAY J. Youanoff pitched good ball. last three batters to keep the

I Both teams looking for vic- Pirates on top of the league.
( are CONDITIONING-HEATING \jII \ELECTRIC SERVICE
Bunnell Midge will
League Tigers Ab R H. -
tory in their, next game which .
: have its first all star game Sat L. Bunno .." 300 FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING : PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE j
will be played at Flagler Beach.
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; urday morning at 9:30 at the M. Durrance S 311 I I CO. j BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY

t'.:,", new ball field. Rebels- Ab. R H G. Worley :' 322 Of Doytona Inc. I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIALCOMMERCIAL

.' The all stars will play the AIR CONDmONING-HEATING & MAINTENANCECALL
: : McNab -. 2' 1 0 B. Harris 3 1 1 I
1- Bunnell Panthers who defeated GENERAL SHEET METAL
J. Gordon 2,1 1 G. Carle 311 I HUBERT PELLICERID
:'t: the Flagler Beach Rebels Fri C. Johnson .300 "We're Proud of Our Work" '7-3301 DAY ID7-3448' NIGIIT ,
McDaniel 20 0
IA. 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120
day 'to tie their series 11. Line-
B. Irvin 301
: Burns 20-1
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for the will be I GARDEN SHOP i
up game : J. Yovanoff' .: *. ,3; 0 0 J. Arnold 110 AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S ..I
Panthers x S. Wilder' 2 0 0 T. Parker 210 Gray's Garden Center .
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'1' G. VVorley, rf; G. Carle, ss; t. Owen 200: Pirates- Ab R. H I Headquarter for Gardening Need \..

Barrow, 3b; D. Cody, lb-J. Cody,I' J. 'McDaniel 11.. 0 Whittaker >. ,3 1 0 Service Station ,Ceramics Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement

2b; C. Wertherington p; B. Rob I,B. Yovanoff ,- 2 00 R. Wertherington 322 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers .
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J .
inson, cf; M. Robinson, c; andR. 'P. Robinson. 322
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Tires Batteries Minor TORO LAWN MOWERS
Repairs
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Werthertington, If. I I ,,; 18. :' 3 2 I C. Wertherington ., 3.1*.. 2 Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 'l-Ola-

AU StarsJ. J Panther&I *.._ ;<-.. M. Barber "-" .2 1 0 ORMOND

Roberston, ss; B. Geller, If; J.] G. Carle' .: 20"' 0 G. Revels '.:' 4 1 1 Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I HARDWARE

, Cook, 2b; D, Britt, 3b; B. Harris, I J. Roberston 1-0 1 P.. Barrown3. 1 1

1'' Pi; K. Robertson, cf; E.'Rice'lb; ; G. Worley 2 9 0 H. Bratcher 1 1 0IT. THAT FAMOUS PAINT

M. Barber, c; and M. Durrance I Bratcher 100 GULF TIRES & BATTERIES J
B. Harris 100
Exclusively at
< I Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days ,
rf. D. Britt 020 I I
"- : I State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
,B. Geller 100 .2399 .
s. SOFTBALL SEASON TO I IJERt.n.tJ. I
D., V. f4: 2 '.2
Cody Innings l-23.4 5' R H Colonial Service Station
OPEN MONDAY NIGHT .., .. II ,
Bunnell's summer Softball J: Cody 31 1 Tigers 0 0 2 5 0 7 '6 EARL E. RICE, Proprietor 1 Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
J. Cook 000
.> ., league :will open its 1962 season Pirates 2007x9' 9 OAs.-OII-LtJBRICATION I
C. Wertherington ; 311 Home run, R. Wertherington, C. I MOTOR Tm -up j
, ': Monday night at, 8. o'clock.-_ : Village HardwarCenter
B. Robinson 321P.
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESUS. I
Wertherington,' Pee Wee Robin. ,
r:#r., The opening ceremony will beheld HOUSE PAINTS
Barrow 000 HIWAY i
1 DUNNELLED'S
' f' and the Biggest Little Band Mike Robinson 301 son, Billy Harris. I f Match and mix any color

', in Dixie will furnish music. Losing pitcher, Harris; winning -I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
j E E. Rice 300 I
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", ,: There will also be over 200 dolI't' I pitcher, ,,WertherJng. I.. GIFTS GREETING CARDS
R. Werthertington 0 0 0 < PURE OIL STATION
lars worth of merchandise given Umpire Copeland. AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420
Specializing in Wash & Waxing
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: S away on 'a free drawing.
2687
Batteries-Accessories i
"' .: The 1961 champ Wadsworth JEWELER
. BLUE ANGELS I
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MINOR REPAIRS
Lumber Co. will meet the Flag Innings 123456 R H ,.
ROUT SLUGGERS
U.S. Hwy' Bunnell=ID 73138BAR !
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: ler Clinic, the 1961 runner-up.!! Rebels 0012003 2 I BRENNAN Jewelers .

< Big Sammy Bertha will pitch for I Panthers 21410x8, 7 Earl Rice's Blue Angels AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Diamonds-Diamond Setting
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.,"f",x the Clinic and Joe Kelly will I 2 base hit, .B. Robinson and scored 7 big runs in the first inning Fine. ,,Jewelry and Gifts
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;!{ start for Wadsworth.. Starting I I Pee Wee 'Robinson; home. run, to win 74. Benny Geller's I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
.. \;' < Dan Cody. S home BAR & COCKTAIL Watches
time is 8 o'clock.PANTHERS ."', -" run sparked: the big first .
...' -- < i.. '" S. Jf Losing pitcher, J. Yovanoff; inning for, the Angels. I I" LOUNGE ,Watches Jewelry-Clocks :Repaired j
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.' .4. -, Werthering ,* DANCING. FRIDAY & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-ormond-OR 'T- 051
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winning pitcher, .
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f':' WIN 8-3 TO Mike, Dozier relieved R. Wer ROM 9- --1 "
KEEP SERIES ALIVE ton. I' SUNDAY FROM 6 P*M. t tI' FURNITURE
therington and kept the Angels \
._ Cliff Werthertington, pitching Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
;,?" two-hit ball, and 'Dan Cody hit- PIRATES HOME RUN PUTS from scoring. Cliff Dozier was I'I I Ormond Bedding" and fi
the big gun for the Sluggers '
Furniture !
ing a home run and tight fielding -" BARRAGE ON TIGERS MILLAND BAR AND Co. 'r

I by the Panther infield i I I with two home runs and a triple. ': "COCKTAIL LOUNGE, : Substantial Discounts on All
gave
The game on May,2, saw three Mike Dozier got two hits for I I BEDS-SOFASPURNITURE It
.them new life and tied the series !! Eddie & Mary ,Shultz. Props. $10 Tradein Cove.X>own Payment
1 I home runs by the leading Pirates the day and ,has a 750 batting
11. PACKAGE. GOODS I R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
I I and it was just too much for the average to lead the league. The I. !
5i Both teams will meet at a later i 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.j 69 Granada, Ormond Deb. OR 76411PAINTS
Tigers. out-hit i
Sluggers the Angels 107. -
date to play their final game: Ocean Blvd-Piaster Beach .I
But could not score with the
for the championship of the Billy Harris, hitting his fourth
tight fielding ,of the Angel's defensive BETH'S SEASIDE I
f-. county. The Panthers, out-hit home run of the season and
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I play.. BAR & GRILL JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
r the Rebels 7 to 2. The Rebels taking over the lead in the 1
'Slugers Ab R H ,FOR FINEPOOD
;'j. played good ball,but had some home run department, put,his J. Geller I -
400
k bad breaks in, ground balls team in front in the top of the, Paints-Finishes

I that took some bad bounces on fourth inning 72. J. Bertha 100 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I Paint Sundries Wallpaper
,G. Barber
100
,, : the field. This gave the Panth I In 'the bottom of the fourth Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond
P. Barrow 2 O 1 I I
.' -- ORange 7.0761
,10<. < ., D. Cody 2 0 1 BUILDING ,SUPPLIES I

f',;:'i ".' S J. Cody 3 0 1 I II I ROOFER
WICKLINE
SI Wertherington 3 1 1
I EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
HOMELITE CARRYABLE PRODUCTS C. Dozier S
333 Building Supplies Manufacturers of _
'. M. Dozier 302 I
I' '' ,- CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL
: T. Spicer '100T.
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GENERATORS .
STEEL TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
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Parker 2'
;: 0 1 Dependable Service
; 5' Lightweight Homelite generators can be carried any Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
5 HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
;- where to provide electric power for cabins, campsites power -t 25 4 10 ORange 7.5177. 7.1793 y)

. tools floodlights, and for homes, farms and businesses during Blue Angels ;, .Ab R.H. BOTTLE GASHARRIS
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failure emergencies. Sizes from 1500 to S RESTAURANT /
k:: power range G. Wertherington.. 0 1 0 BOTTLE GAS

(?f''.'.. 5000 watts in all standard voltages., C. Boyd '" r' ', 100 BOTTLE or BULK I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT j

!' J. Cook 302 FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY ,
Lunches
j Dinners
:. . CHAIN SAWS :.., E. Rice 1 1' 0 HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY -Sandwiches 1
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
D. Britt 3 1 2
Whether you're a sportsman, farmer or professional B. Robinson .. 311 PHONE ,ID 7-3551 152 W Granada-ormond Beach
logger there's a Homelite chain saw'that"will meet your Help Flagler County Grow
J, Roberston Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at
2 .1 1 Home ..
By Shopping at
,: needs exactly. You have your choice of,direct or gear
'J. Kelly, .\: ; 310 146 S.
Atlantic Onnond
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or or .
Geller
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BREAKFAST ANYTIME
general pumping Job, there is no better buy than a
carry- Quillian's Concrete Inc. Ocean
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Bunnell High School i 1. : -.- ... 5 11;i

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Honor Roll TOP VALUE ,, ii)

Fourth grade, :Mrs.Opal Craig, : "
Mike Barber, Linda Church,j STAMPEDE I WemembMOM\ $ j,

Cliff Dozier, 'Gwen King, Beth '

"Matherly, Donna Spicer. I 750 FREE I withthis( BOUQUET ; & :

Fourth grade, Mrs.,Ruth Town'
send-Melanle Cody, Rebecca. I
Durrance Dodgen. Lesa Knight, Barbara BONUS I VALUES J

TOP VALUE STAMPS
Fifth grade, Mrs. Laura Morris .
With The Following
-Cindy Durrance, Maria Hu-

gas, Colleen Tucker,Carol Lynda Coupons \., ,,
Townsend, Janet Cook, John
Cody, Charles Clegg. na. "''. =.Au.J;

Fifth grade, Mrs. JMdilene 50 FREE
Johnson-Glenn Carle, John '.1"
Cook Hal King, Nancy Hargett,; TOP VALUE STAMPS .
r Carla Tucker. with the purchase of FLAVOR AGED BEEF
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Sixth grade, Mrs. Viola Ton. FAULTLESS 16 oz.1
Tcin-Sue Broadaway, Rusty Im- SPRAY STARCH 63c
prota, Linda Knight, Tony Parker Coupon void 5-12-62 :I
Karen Moody, Sharon Patrick, """"" LEAN TENDER

Z Clifford Seventh Wetherington.grade-Anne Bourne, SO FREETOP -

Johnnie Ruth Miller, Julie Wilkins I VALUESTAMPS Chuck Roast lb. 49

Rebecca Robertson, Arthur: -
McDaniels, Dennis Clay, Walton with the purchase of

Cowart. CARNATION 14 oz. .
Eighth grade-John Matthews, INSTANT MILK. $1.19 '
Economical Yet Tender Select CutsROUND '
Zachary Holland, Linda Brandt, 'Coupon void 5-12-62 F J
Kay Weaver, Stanford Robertson, )t CHUCK STEAK lb. 59 BONE STEAK lb. 69
Marilyn McNab, Sue Ellen Deen, '" f' \:
Brenda Tucker, Margie Lee 5OFREE Choice Cuts"' P For Braising

Lynn Blakely Bourne., Sherry Hargett, Betty TOP VALUE STAMPS SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 98 SHORT RIBS of BEEF lb. 39* ..

'. Ninth grade-Marie Fluerie, with the purchase of
Quickies Choice Rib
Heywood Gordon, Gloria Johnston GERHARDT'SChili
Heidi Eisenbach, Ida.Allen, Hot Dog,Sauce. 23c Jiffy Steaks-Veal Cutlets; 10' 5 LAMB CHOPS I Ib. 69< .
Mike Church, Buzzy McKnight, coupon void 5.12.625OFREE i
Kandyce Lovell. 4 World's Best Fresh Frozen OceanNAMBORGER 1
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Tenth, Allida grade-Sharon Tucker, Jennie Townsend Ben.- I 3 Ibs. 1.39 PERCH FILLETS lb. 39 .

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nett, Nancy Wilson, Kathy Bar
',, ber. ic TOP VALUE STAMPS 6 Pak.Liquid' V ,
Eleventh grad Caroline Clifton MAXWELL HOUSE
with the purchase of .
Dianne Greene' Barbara METREOAL $149. :
Smythe, Barbara Weaver, MlSteflhic DUKE'S Qt.SALAD' ea.
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) '#"" '..t'% ( *.f 1f,1
'. \lIe: e '0 . ,, OIL59c. . MARsHLLOw' ;.COFFEE
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. .- rTwelfth"grade-PeggyHoskins,' l Coupon void -512':62'c : Brachs 12 oz. cello -. _. ': "
'; Mona Hornsby. lIIt". : I CIRCUS PEANUTS 2 for49C
1 Ib.can
cY *
.THE/BOUK NOOK 5OFREETOP -f 49 _
Food King 12 oz. Bottle .
VALUE STAMPS
MY"ANTONIAWilla .
: .Gather' with the purchase of CATSUP 2' 29cJ. ..a Limit One with $7.00 food'order' or ;
I AhtoniaShimerda is the HOLSUM 3 tb Jar for \ more

'daughter of Bohemian immigrants PEANUT BUTTER 99c

to the Nebraska frontier. Coupon void 5-12-62 America's ,Favorite Shortening _
Her life is narrated by her childhood ........ "" ......'WWI"'ThSO '.
friend, Jime Burdex. The

Shimerdes are tricked into buy. FREE I 3c :
ing land and struggled unsuc CRISCO..I 59

cessfully. Antonia is a fine girl ,TOP VALUE STAMPS .
with, generous impulses. with the purchase of s
-
When her father becomes frustrated '
with his farm work he CALO TALL CAN Limit One with $7.00 food order or more 1
commits suicide and Antonia DOG FOOD 6-87c V

has to take over. ,Later, she .Coupon voicL,5-12-62
... ,.,. .,. Comstock No. 2 can
takes a job in town and.Is. deceived r K''P.a lWn< r." "" " "" '" :\? .. .
STRICTLY FRESH PRODUCE : -. '
by the philandering Larry
PIE APPLES 19'SIb.bag
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Donavan, who abandons her SO FREETOP Golden Ripe vBANANAS ea. j
with a child. She then returns I '
4). to the, farm and marries Anton VALUE STAMPS .:; -. V Ib.Ib.. 10ct V Jim,Dandy
Cuzack, and\has a large family, with the purchase of V
I"\I ,, finding peace and well being LYKES 300 can Large LeafyCABBAGE f', r.-V GRITS
29New
I once more. CORN BEEF HASH 2-78c 51/Sc Cabin Home
t \, By Janice Lovelace. Coupon void 5-12-62 Fla. Large Stalks 1 MEAL
CELERY 2 for 29c
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION D 51: H': ; 5 lb. bag "

.' Sick ftw Room PHARMACY, Supplles-Sundries 50; FREE; Southern Brand No. 2l/z can

HOSPITAL SUPPLIES All Purpose DetergentCHEER
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24-Hour Prescription Service TOP VALUE STAMPS I PEACHES 3 69C
with the purchase of for
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
AlA 1 mU North of ALABAMA GIRL 22
l ORMOND_ _.'BEACH-TeL_ -OR 7-lCtl, oz.' Cracker Barrel 10 oz. stick
oj .
, I Sweet Mixed Pickles 39c . -
; THE'. QUTBOARDER ?&coupof| void_:5-J2-. 2 Giant' SHARP CHEESE 49C
< ea.
Authorised Evlnrud Dealer I I.- 59 .
. BOATS -ACCESSORIES -REPAIRS size !
l : Dockage Storage .- Free Ramp 50 FREETOP V Food King .

WE FINANCE Limit One with $7.00 food order or 2 29C
VALUE STAMPS OLEO
> 825 'Ballough Rd-Daytona Ibs.
with the purchase of more

/ CALO TALL CAN .
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t Church coupon void 5-12-62 a v p uijl1I' V Reserved'' .

;. l.tel'-4el slaatloul
t 'AIR CONDITIONED ., V Prices Good
: 300 FREETOP tYlt1Vf
.. Daytona A... ; MAY 10-11-12, 1962SHELTQN
VALUE STAMPS
FLAGLER BEACH
With $10.00 or more Store Hours
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Food Order SUPER

J Church Service, n:00 A:hL and.tiiii coupoa MARS Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m

-DICXE T.,vPaatorEVKRYPirK at Sbelt a'. Grocery .
) : R. Wit: : Sat. 8 a.ra.-9OO p.m.
J i :- WELCOME 1J 1\ ..EXPIRES. -,12-62 f."l BUNNELL, FLORIDA

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LUNA BABBITT
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'. WOMAN'S CLUB'NEWS I

7 The Flagler Woman's Club re-I J t
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y fy ceived two awards att he Florida
f
+d I
u Federation ,of Women's Clubs

t-. 4i convention in Tampa., I
One award was for 100 per
cent participation in all federation I

projects, and the other was I E
for their year book and programs I At
Y + !; for the year. i

& :Mrs. Phillip Kester and Mrs. '
V Paul Kelly attended the conven- J
VV ) Flagler'Food Store t
tion as deelgates from .the local ,
club.. :Mrs. Kester accepted the /t
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{ awards in behalf of the,club. 1

Flagler Beach.,
b t f aN The Ladies Guild of the Community I
Church; will meet Thurs PRICES, GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. MAY 10.11.12,1962 i
2'P. Hall.. ---
day at M. at Fellowship -
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Rev Dickert's sermon ior next Grade "A" D & D WholeFRYERS Copeland'sSMOKED '
----y.": .,,.-.,""' <-'.5:.. .JW", '. .''_ ...?... : xYVV Sunday will be "A Mother's I .
w"I I .
Wages." !
MISS JUDY STRYKER "
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Miss ,Judy Stryker was elected :Mr. ,and Mrs. George Moody,I lb. PICNICS ib. 29Tender *
.. Vice- President of the State Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus
Young Woman's Auxiliary in Strauser attended the Stephen I V -
DeLand, where the 'annual State Foster Memorial Sunday. at Baby V ,I.River
Baptist YWA conference was White Springs. BEEF SLICEDBACON
held last week. She was accdm-
panied to the conference by Diane The WSCS of the Flagler LIVER 49* *
Springer and Elaine Frailey. Beach :Methodist Church will ib. I lb. 49
Judy has served as President meet in the new bulding
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; .of the local YWA for over a year day morning at, 9:30, Thurs-I
,. and is also the YWA Mission Mrs. Harry Treadwell Fresh ,Boston Butts & I Smoked
;. Study Chairman of the St. Johns .Fred Marks will be hostesses. SPARERIBS BACON
I River Association. The Men's Club will meet Mon
.' Elected to the office of Presi- day,night, May 14, in the church <
Ib.49 29
dent was Miss Becky Hamby of building. The nominating com- SQUARES ib. '
Crescent City, a student"at Stet- mittee will present the new
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son University. slate of officers for ,the ensuing -

..... . year. Time of the meeting will I :
\ be 7:30 P. }.{. MAXWELL ,HOUSE HENDERSON'S SUPERFINECOFFEE

',' GARDEN.CLUB J ,
i : INSTALLATION Miss Margie Schatz, a studentat
:. Howeyin-the-Hills, visited
The Garden Club will have with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \ SUGAR "
.' luncheon and installation on Bob Schatz, over the weekend.' ...
May 18th atthe Sea Spray Restaurant.
'The luncheon will be '
at 12:30. For reservations call lb.> : a lb.
CARD THANKS 5 39
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> Mrs. Juengling HE 9-2010'
r I wish to thank all the won-
Mrs. Fuelling at HE 92343.
bag
derful people who sent flowers can
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and cards tome at the death of
. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Limit One $5.00 more' food order Limit One $5.00 food order
Elbert
,.. Henry Shill this past weekend my dear father, A. Meadows i ,...... or or more I '
who passed away atLin- .
p Mrs. Shill's sister, :Mrs. Ellen I r
was <
18th.I ---
don, Pa., Mich., April ,
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Jennings, from Orlando. Mrs. .. t.
;{ Jennings' _daughter Mrs. Glenn Words appreciation.Miss can't.explain my deepest 2l/z Sweet, Treat ': .w .... I 46 oz. Hi C. ,

Chase and husband also visited SLICED ORANGEPINEAPPLES .
A. Meadows '
Betty :
. with the Shills Sunday.Mr. 3 for '?i I DRINK 3 ; for 890

and Mrs. Bob Henderson Florida ranks first in the 'nation I
spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith in the production of sweet
his brother in law and sister pepeprs, escarole; arid radishes. 14 Oz. Hunt'sCATSUP -1 I Assorted Flavdrs
Mr. and Mrs. Charles No-b.
lett. TV SERVICEALL V Bot. 19c I JELLO 3 for 25c.

. Miss Betty Meadows has, t" turned to her home here from MAKES Swift's \ 18 oz. Kraft
y Lincoln Park, Mich., where she Agent For j GRAPE' .

,. was called by the death of her PREM 2 890 , ,
PHILCO for
: RCA & !
.: father.; JELLY 33-e

.... I ,TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD LUNCHEON MEAT _ jar /
_' Mrs. S. W. Allen visited at the J AND INSTALLED .

t Flagler,Beach Elementary School
TUBES TESTED FREE 48 oz. Shurfresh Food KingGRATED ,
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with Mrs. Daisy Moody's fifth '

rt 'grade class had class finished''last Thursday their studieson The TV BobFLAGLER OIL SALAD ' :.. -- .690 !I TUNA ; 1ge l .

the 50 states and Mrs. Allen jar I can

showed films taken while, she or'I .
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BEACH -
and Mrs George Allen, Sr. were 0 "f
PHONE HE 9-Z204DEAR 48 Alabama Girl I 80 count I
i on tour of the Western States. -. oz. ."
WHOLE OR SLICED DILL MARCAL "-

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: 100
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- / ' ** 6 oz. Seald Sweet Large Pascal . ,
,,' r ;' .. SIN"CERELY, ORANGE'o""t.. I
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.. ,7.... ._ CELERYYellow 2 290IBs.
r .. .,.., .'. \',. '. YOUR CONGRESSMAN. JUICE 6 for 990 for
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Mr. and Mrs. .Jeffery bodice. Her headpice was a rose The bride's table was overlaid
I band with white flowers. She] with a white cloth and natural
Seala Return From
carried a white basket of tiny color lace cloth. The bride's cake
I Wedding Trip white mums. I was three-tiered with tiny pink

J Mr. and Mrs. Scale rose buds. White mums and.
I Jeffery The bride selected for her wed.
LOCALS have returned from a weddingtrip ding a white satin gown fashioned I lighted tapers formed the center

and are now residing on with a fitted bodice, cap piece for the table.

S. Central Ave., Flagler Beach. sleeves and square neckline I

Mrs. Seale is the former :MissI The .neckline was outlined with YOUTH COUNCIL Y :.t

11 ;" { :Mary Jo Daugherty, daughter of seed pearls and sequins ending i TO MAKE SUMMER .-'

'. 1'M F JIf 5 M .' S'k I f Mrs. Dorothy Daugherty of Bun in a flower design in the front. ;: PLANS SATURDAYThe
I nell and Daytona Beach and the The long full skirt had unpressed j Youth Council Board of

k i late Harry Daugherty. Mr. Seale pleat in the front and back. Directors will hold a special

I is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John- Her finger tip veil of illusionwas meeting May 12 at the civic cen-

} ny J. Seale of Flagler Beach. held in place with a pearl ter. The meeting is to be at 7:30.

;. a The couple was married in an crown. She wore white mitts Plans for the Youth Council
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impressive candelight ceremonyat and carried a white Bible top summer recreation program will

., the First Methodist Churchon ped with white orchids, satin be made at this meeting. Members :
4. April '13 at 6 o'clock. The leaves and streamers. of the board of directors;

r" pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., )f- Mother of the bride was attired and all interested parents are invited -
ficiated in the double ring cere to attend this meeting.
f; in a white linen shealth
-'-'' r :, r: mony. .. dress with pink embroidered
i/o, I Baskets of white
}> flowers. Her accessories were CARD OF THANKS
t mums and ChrySanthe-1 I '
I matching pink and her flowers May we take this method of
palms, and cathedral
was a pink orchid. expressing our heartfelt thanksto
: formed the setting where the
Mrs. Seale wore a white linen our friends for their many
vows were spoken.
sheath and matching coat. She deeds of kindness and the beau-
The bride was given in mar-
t: .' wore white accessories and a tiful floral offerings sent during:
; wIt riage by Fred Skolar. Servingas
'. dark green orchid corsage. our recent bereavement- Your
best man was the groom'sbrother I
>; Following the ceremony, Mr. thoughtfulness has meant much
,., Johnny Seale. Ushers
F and Mrs. Fred Skolar entertained to
'..
: : were Danny Frailey and Thomas us.Mr.
I. the wedding party and guests I and Mrs. F. L. Malpnun
I Minchew. Walter Morris was soloist -
I- : at a reception at their home on Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Hersey
and Ray Mercer was br- I
East Palm Avenue. Mr. and Mrs., Ralph Harbert.
i\-, ganist.
,. __ r Serving as maid of honor was I -

I Miss: Joan Hoff. She wore a

powder blue sheath dress with CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
,
; I an overskirt and blouse. of white .

lace. With this she wore a A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director

matching blue cummerbund, JOHN, HAHDIN, Associate
"I' shoes and mitts. Her headpiecewas
FA a short veil held in place Am LADY OXYGEN

f ....' with jcrown., Her flowers were COND 'I I EQUIPPED

pink orchids and blue Jeeves. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

Flower girl was ftlitf.bride; "

) groom's young sisterNSue Ellen Phone ID 7-3532 .
Seale. She wore a rose satin
I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUXINELL FLORIDA
dress with full skirt and fitted

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i, Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steflik, Sr. at a recent

I II{ : celebration of their Golden'. Vedding; Anniversary.. .
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Mr. and :Mrs.-TranST. ;"' K; *' ; '/. '!! . & ::: .... -
SHELIA WESTBROOK. i -. : .
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Michael. Theoccasion, was their TO WED IN JUNE ; " U_I ;,,, r

lrN, Golden WeddUg" Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Westbrookof '' \ : W

, and a family unIon. Flagler Beach announce the >
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i) The Stefliksx\vere. .married April engagement and approaching "t ._ . .: '.<
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. 29, 1912 in Kartal, Hungary, at marriage of their daughter, ,

St. Elizabeth.. s'}.Catholic Church. Sheila Carolyn,' to James Ernest cs::;;:::: k _____ .J:' f....,
I :Mr. Steflik came to the United Ward, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. !1 "
-r"'irt
States in 1914, and :Mrs. Steflik Ernest Ward of Chiefland. .- -",,. Ar

was able to follow him in '1921. Miss Westbrook is a member ... : ;.:.'..: K"K'
The couple settled in West Virginia of the graduating class of Bun ,1 '
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I where they lived until nell High School..

I 1927. At this time they moved Mr. Ward is a graduate of )' ,)/;:

1 to Bunnell to farm. I Chiefland High School and the ..
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J' Attending the family reunion University of Florida. At present : '
3 $ :
were their four children and I he is the Assistant Agriculture : ", .," .J'fiJ, !:. ..Ii. j )
families: Mike and 'Betty r" I
Stef-I Teacher at the.Senior High : .. '
t.. ilk and daughters, Grace, School at Palatka, Florida. t > (4 < NOW OUR HOME'S'"T.. . .4i{j ,!; I
I t chele, Mary Anne, and Betty I The wedding will be at the "' : "
>, AS COOL AS t ; t.: .
Louise; Frank and Emily Steflik Palatka Heights. Baptist Church > )1, '. i
and children, Donna, David and June 17th.PINETTES. ' c, DADDY'S OFFICE j; .:. :ria!) ';

Daniel;' their daughter, Mary .1 I -) .v'Jfc'Vlftfr ,; "

Thompson and husband Tommyof -? \f'.

Norfolk, Va. and two children MEET ,6 r 'f j 'itHELflMO "

Diane and Gerry; and Louis and WITH MRS. CREWS KEEP 'YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY AND HAPPY WITH p; 1

Joy Steflik and infant son, Louis .
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Mrs. Joann Crews entertainedthe FLAMELESS YEAR-ROUND.
Martin of Bunnell.An .
Pinette Club at-a steak din- h
arrangement of golden ner :Monday night. Present were .
mums and glads decorated the Elissa Tilton, Betty Hawkins '
table, on which there was a : electric air-conditioning
three-tier Golden Wedding Anniversary Pat Margaret Cowart Ann, Margie Shelton.Kinney, -and. : :

cake beautifully dec-

orated. VFW AUXILIARY Low-cost Electric Air-Conditioning heat rash...and also helps prevent
I The Stefliks presented each of MEETS TONIGHT is now the best buy under the sun. mildew caused by excess moisture

l their 10 grandchildren: with a Just .think: your entire family can in the air.,You can shut out disturbenjoyyearroundidealairconditioned -
silver dollar, dated 1927, to com- The VFW Auxiliary'' will meet ;:' ing street noises, too. ",
memorate their'settling in Flag- in the library room of the civic '
"vacation climate" at home for -
at. ler County.SENIORS center tonight at 8o'clock., .' much less than you'dpay for "two And thrifty year-round Electric Air-' '

weeks Conditioning really two comforts
SPONSOR Dr. and'trs.. Allen Reynolds'will away. in one..cools in summer, warms in .
.,. SADIE RAWKUTS attend, the 79th annual F : Cool comfort is only part of the winter-all from one compact unit.
meeting of the Florida State story. Cool, filtered, dehumidified air I
FRIDAY !
DANCE Dental Society at Hollywood, is both healthful and refreshing. Flameless, dependable Electric Air--

The Senior Class of Bunnell Florida, from :May 1116. Heat-caused fatigue and tension are Conditioning is tried and proven...

High School is sponsoring a At the same time :Mrs. Betty eliminated. You come home from enjoyed by a half-million of your _i
Sadie Hawkins dance Friday Miller and Mrs. Lorna Gallowaywill work to a cheery hello. Filtered air Florida neighbors. Now is the time .

evening at 8"o'clock at the civic attend the',State Dental As- that is free from dust and pollen to see your electric appliance dealer or

center. sistant's meeting. Mrs. Miller brings relief from allergies. Lowered air-conditioning contractor for bet- ..

Dress for the occasion will be will take the examination to be- humidity safeguards youngsters from ter-than-ever values and easy terms.'

in keeping with the Daisy May come certified dental assistants.Mr. .

and Lil .Abner theme.

The class is .also sponsoring and :Mrs. Dan Nathan of : ,
i 1tl/ard ;,flameless L' .
a' rummage sale ,Saturday morn Fort Lauderdale were visiting .. ., : +
ing on the lot'south of Sheltons here this week with friends. -; -- irs CMiAfCK. root .

Supermarket: Proceeds 'from the They also attended the._Palmetto :"::7- ';.'-4'' ,

affairs will be used .for''u class, Club reunion during the week )
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PAGE: SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA ,
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1JQ de# ;" us d.ltvucBy /a The late spring application is ones. e i(irregular growth' and erratic the large, clumped bulbs--should- '

due now. Water plants, spread Prior to storing the new blooming.It : -
be brokn
into
I individual
( Hervey Sharpe) the,plant nutriets, and then wa- corms, dry them first in an open, will soon be dig and store and old and new bublets storedin parts
ter the plant food materials in. !
and
dry shady place for about
iris: time. Irises do
not need
to a cool place in readiness for
with chemIcals
weeds -
,Controlling
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a week. Eight weeks before
Azaleas and camellias replanting be placed in cold storage but fall
is easier than dancing the need I place the corms in planting.NOTICE' .

twist because it takes only one I special acid type fertilizer, so refrigerator and plant immedi-I
be 'sure to feed them the i
turn. This is the turn of a spray right i ately upon taking them out of .
:, nozzle. I formula or they may' become refrigeration. i \

sick., ; t If

Chemical weed control adds a, I Glads will grow without refrigeration Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be
t-. touch of to the Annuals and perennials need sold at public'auction at 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of June A. D.
professionalism I but if not given cool 1962. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell 1
task once performed by the hoe. three applications of one to one storage treatment Flagler County. Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
and one-half 6.6.6 fer- they produce opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising ,
pounds
:Ht requires less work and little
DALE B. BROWN Tax Collector Flagler County, Florida t'
tilizer per for each 100
year
sweat.
" or no
I- REQUEST FOR BIDS 1
square feet of plantings. Make -The Flagler County Board of Description S T R A Taxes .I Costs
I County Commissioners j Tract 1. block U 19 U 29 20 Voss M. _____.____ 3.83
:But don't become overconfi I one application at planting time I that sealed bids be submitted requests Tract 2, block 7 20 U 29 10 Fenniman, Eftie Mae %.24
hemiC ls. on ,Tract 2, block 3'.. .... 21 U 29 20 Stiller Benard
dent in using the and two during the growing I or before 8:00 P.M., Friday, May w 3.83
w3/s tract block 6 21 12 29 ,
1.
10 Harrison -
I 25, 1962 for central air conditioning Jr.. W. A. &
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This could spell doom to beautiful season. Nitrates of soda or oth- unit Installed on first floor of Hope _... .....__-, _
I Courthouse. E% tract 1. block 10 27 U 29 10 Gango Bessie B. _. 2.24.
well the I
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ornamentals as as er sources of nitrogen, are need- I.I Specifications : be obtained 'V tract 2. block 6 29 12 29 &5 Olds T. W. '& Ruth 1.45

imdersirable plants. I ed in spring and in summer at from the Clerk's office may in the Courthouse Lot 21, block 11'_ 30 12 29 Flnneman Mrs Ella M. .78
i. I Lot 30. block 14 .30 12 29 Stiller B. ___ _ .78
Growth regulators such as)the rate of one-half to one I. JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman. Lot 38, block 14 30 12 29 Haisen Arthur _'_' .78
Lot 36. block 15 30 12 29 Davison .Jas. ......_.. .78 .I
and MVP in ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk I
y 2,4,5-T even I .
2,4-D; pound per 100 feet of I
square Board of County Commissioners Lot 9. block 16 30 12 29 Steinbeck, John __. .18
f1 very small amounts, may injure plantings. Flagler County. Florida. S% tract 1 & tract 3 .
block 6 .- 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith B. 4.33
May 10-17-2tc I
JJti '. susceptible plants. These materials Another do It. Book 51. page 394 block .
?" yourself activity 4 ._________________ 4 13 29 1 Smith. F. T. & Vlrglna 1.42
are
is
taking care of gladioli that IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Lot 2. block 2. Lake ..
-r-:. they cannot distinguish are through blooming at this FLORIDA. IN PROBATE I nAXLEY'SUB Diston Sub 9 14 29 Ritts E. H. & Ruby 1.42

; .., weeds and non-weeds. i IN RE Estate of
t between Lot 28
I Um EDWARD C. MITCHUM. Torrance Tom & Ruby 11.24
<< Do not apply 2,4-D within several deceased. I Lot 5 Thomas, Pearl Lee 10.93
Actually, when the tips beginto NOTICE OF PROBATETO KNOX JONES sun

. feet of sensitive plants- yellow and die back it is ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I Lot 2, block E .._.-,. -,. Scott. Jane .____.:..._... 8.60
1 IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT Lot 7, block E Giddens Florence._.. 3.96
such .as mosa garden plants, time to dig the bulbs and prepare : Lot 13, block E -_ Toner, Helen M. 1.31

,:. dowers and ornamentals. Cover them for storage. New ,,written You are instrument hereby notified purporting that tobe a Lots TOWN 5-6.OF block BUNNELL 12 Johnson_ P. S. _____ 3.30

flowers and shrubs with paper corms grow on top of old ones the Last Will and Testamentof ,Block 12A .. . ....._ . ... Johnson P. S. .......'........ 1.98
Lots 11-12, block 91 _
Williams Warnell _
: said decedent has been .admitted 3.30
Use
::'- tOr plastic before spraying. so break off and throw away to probate in this Court. You are Lots 11-12. block,93 Davis Eliza & Emanuel. .

' the I Hazel _. ._. ..., 17.05
;I'' ; extreme care to prevent the old corms and store the new hereby months commanded from within the date six of calendar the- Lot 1. block 123Southeasterly Brown. Willie- &Nathan 1.98

: checical from reaching' ornamentals first publication of this notice to %123lots.; _
through drifting leach. NOTICE OF DISTRICT MEETING appear in this Court and show 11-12 block Maylord. Nealy & Johnson .
\ OF MEMBERS OF FLORIDA cause, if any you 'can, why the action Merceda 12.74
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Jng into the ,soil or by running CITRUS MUTUAL of this Court in admitting*said Lots 1-10-11-12. block
;;,. To all members of Florida Citrus will to probate should not stand 124 King. Riley 6.45
on the surface 'during a heavy. Mutual residing in or owning cit. unrevoked. Lot 9, block 124 Harris. Lamar Jr. 1.98
shower of rain. rus fruit grove property in Florida T. K. MCKNIGHT, Lot 3. block 129 __ Stephenson Lula ___, 7.28
Citrus Mutual Commission District s County Judge Flagler. County, Lot 1. block 130 .. Davis. Fred & Eliza DA 11.24
.' Apply weed killers on a calm No. 3, comprising Alachua. Putnam. Florida. Lots 3-4 block 131 __ Emely Parramore es- .
St. Johns Flagler. Marion First publication May 10, 1962. -
windblown Levy state 9.10
,. ,day because chemicals , and Seminole Counties and County May 10-17-24-31--4tc .Lot 9..block 160 _......._ Dunlap-, John & Abra-

can injure plants all over Comrrflssioner's Districts One Two ham -r.t- ,. ..,,.._ _,r - 3.80
' ; : and Three of Volusia County. IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Lot 10. block'160 _. Melvlna James & Minnie -S
h the neighborh<>9d. NOTICE is hereby given that pur- IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY __.___ 6.45
.'.' suant to the By-laws of said Flor- FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN Lots 11-12. block 160 Dunlap. Charlie et al, ,
calm low
Even on days use A9.19
*
ida Citrus
Mutual there will be RE ESTATE OF NE 25' lots 3-4. except --
pressure--20 to 40 pounds-per held on the 23rd day of May 1962. EDWARD C. MITCHUM.Deceased. book 26, page 42,, ,
.r." :' at 2:30 p. m. at Chamber of Com- block 161 .. -_\ _:.-:. Shaw, Flora ,, .....,,,. ,, .98
square inch and nozzles with merce. DeLand.Florida a meeting NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Lot 7, block 161 .y' .7
'f' of the members of said Florida creditors of the estate of Ed- Pouncy F.. 'J. & Eliza
,: ., large openings that put out Citrus Mutual as designated above. ward C. Mitchum. deceased are .Lots 4-5-8-9. less R/W beth t. 17.05. I

coarse sprays rather than fine i iI The purpose of this meeting is hereby notified and required to file US No. 1, block 166 Hall Thomas
to elect three directors of Florida any claims or demands which they 17.05
Lot 5 block
I 169 _
Johnson, Lillie Mae ... 16.55
mists Citrus Mutual and to transact such may have against said estate in SW 95' lots 10-11-12, ? -

Before chemical! other business as .may properly the office of the County Judge of block 170 ___... ,
using
any Williams WarnellSheTneldr'U 5.92
be considered by said meeting. Flagler County Florida in th Lots 9-10-11-12. block ,

', i weed killer,. insecticide or fungicide : ted.Proxy voting will not be permit- th Courthouse at Bunnell Florida. 199 L ...._...I S. Jr. _" 9.10 i
within six calendar months from
be to read and follow Lots 5-7-8. block 202"_ .. Ralph Harbert _.._._ 8.60
.' sure Any one representing: a corporate the date of the first publicationof Lot 6. block 202 .
A member of Mutual must have a this notice. Each claim or demand Citizens Bank of Bun-
'the instructions the ..
: on and must ,nell--- 19.69 II
written authorization from such must be in writing Part of tract 15. book t \ ".
./ chemical container. corporate member to represent it state the place of residence and r. .. J,... ,
45. 272, block B 14 12, ri-
page 30
,. 0.21 Citizens Bank of Bun-
at the meeting and vote In Its be- post office address of the claimantand -.--' .
t. Feeding Trees half.Dated must be sworn to by the claimant nellfc ...__..,.tT.__ 14.90
at Lakeland Florida this his agent, or his attorney ort LINCOLN'.IIEIGIITS
trees is aimed
at
: Fertilizing Lots 2-3 block 5 _____ Theresa
' ; 2nd day of May 1962 will become void according to '1 Lula & & Os-
_:l putting nutrients where they CHARLES C. PARTIN bourne & Janet Warre 9.10
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.. law.DATED
. Secretary this 30th day of April. CARVER SUB "
\ will do the most good. For trees Florida Citrus Mutual. Lots 7-8. 'block 1 -- 14 12 30 Johnson Issac & Viola 19.19
May 10-ItcIN" 1962.Hattie Drucilla Mitchum BUNNELL 1I0 fESITES" _
with trunks less than six inches I
Executrix of the Estate of Lots 13-14. block 1_ Major, Charlie _.__ ,'2
'L in diameter, punch holes under THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Edward C. Mitchum. deceased. Lot 14. .block 4 Underwood:.Joe & An-
IN AND FOR KLAGLER COUN- UPCHURCH AND UPCHURCH T nie __ 1.28
the entire canopy 12 inches deep .TY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN 600 Exchange Bank Building Tract 1, block C ........- 22 12 30 10 Maoris Angeline & .

at 18-inch intervals and RE: St. Augustine Florida Jules -..._.-...._ .._ 2.74
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apply ... .. .
Estate of.ANNA Attorneys for Executrix Tract 5, except book 42, '. .
three pounds of a garden fertilizer JOHNS First publication on May 10, 1962. page 285 block B _. 2 13, 30 9 A. Ciaberella __ '2.48
Deceased. May 10-17-24-31-4tc Part tract 5, book 42, J. -
: in: the holes. Two applications . NOTICE OF ,PROBATE page 285 block B 2 13 30 1.0 Mrs. L. B. Walker, estate -
TO ALL INTERESTEDIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, __ _
: year are recommended. PERSONS IN + __ 12.24
f per THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Book 26, page 502,
One now and another in the : FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN block A 3 13 30 1.0 Byington, M. L. & Kath-
You are hereby "notified that a RE: leen .... 22.85
: fall. written instrument purporting to Estate of S% of S* of SE% 31 13 30 40 H. H. Kout estate __ 20.53
; .' For trees larger than six be the Last Will and Testament of ANNA JOHNS deceased. 37 '
said decedent has been admitted to NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Lot 25Book 38 10 31 9.09 Marine Realty Company 22.35
: inches in trunk diameter1 apply probate in this Court. You are ALL PERSONS ''ANDALL 57. page 305 40 10 31 15.72 Esposito & Company 79.38
'i hereby commanded -within six calendar CREDITORS HAVING CLAIMS OR Book 58. page 331 40 10 31 579 Domphe. Phyliss & A. G. 6.71
five pounds per tree. months from the date of the DEMANDS ,AGAINST SAID ES- Book 57. page 461 __ 40 10 31 23.59 Johnson. }'. S. & Doris 27.91
first'publication of this Notice to TATE: JOSE PARK SUB
For azaleas camellias crotons
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appear. in this Court and show You, and each of, you are hereby Lots 39-40-41-42 Johnson P. S. & Doris 43.05
V.i--: hibiscus, gardenias, shrubs, cause if any you can. why the ac- notified and required to present any ARTESIA SUB
tion of this Court in admitting said claims and demands which you. or
, t'. "hedges and other ornamentalplants Will to probate should not stand either of you, may have againstthe Lot 4, block 9 Dompe. A. G. & Phyllas 2.16
make four applications unrevoked. Estate of ANNA JOHNS. Deceased South 2% acres of lot 1026 11 31 2.50 Varn Mary Belle &

If (County Judge's Seal) late of Flagler County. Claude G. ...._._.___ ,2.66'
:; per year. Apply one to one and T. K. MCKNIGHT. State of Florida to the HonorableT. SUNRISE BEACH SUB : .

7 i one-half ,pounds of fertilizer to Judge Judge's of Court.OSSINSKY the.County County. K. McKNIGHT.Judge's Court Judge in Bunnell of the Lots 5-6.' block 5COCHRAN 36 35 11 31 McCumber Abba -..::.... 7.21

:100 feet of & KRQL .. Florida* within six calendar months PLACE SUB
f. square planting per 411 Main Street from the date of the first publica- Lots 2-3-14. block 7_ 1 12 31 Jones, Florence 12.77
' application in late rpring summer Beach. Florida tion of this notice. Each claim or WHISPERING PINES 1 .
Daytona ,
W% lot 5. block 2 ......
! Attorneys for the Estate demand must be in writing and Kelly Joseph W. --:;.... 1,71
\ : winter and early spring.. May 10-11-24-31-4tc : :; ':. must state the place of residenceand MOODY SUB .
!.- -- post-office address of the Lots 5-6-7-8, block
: ;- ,' -I Ir. claimant his agent or attorney.All Moody ,_.-...._..-..... Gary, E. L. &'Ruth *,._ 61.71
r claims and demands not Lots 9-10 & South 250' .
N.OTIC.E. presented
within the time and in the of North 450' of closed ,
I manner prescribed by law shall be ally block* Moody __ Gary, E. L. & Ruth 15.28

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so much barred as provided by law. Lot 22. block 24 Krazanowskl. Helen _' 3.67 ff
thereof as will-be necessary to pay the amount due for 'taxes herein LOUIS OSSINSKY. SR. Lots 68. block 28 ...._.: Johnson P. S. & Doris 49.10
' set opposite same. together with cost of such sale and advertising. Aa Executor of the Last Will N% lot 12, block 31 ,Mark. Francis & Delora 33.96 !
\ will be sold at public auction on on the first day of June 1962. at the and Testament and Estate of Lot 1. block 38 ______ Scruggs Jr., C. D. &

office of the City, Tax Collector In the Community Center Building-- Anna Johns. Deceased. Frances .. ..,,_..;._., 4960 .
ginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M. In the City of Bunnel. Flagler County. OSSINSKY & KROL Lot 6. block 38 ---:._ Hafer, Jr. J. H. 3.67 j
:Florida. NANCY RODGERS.. City Tax Collector. City of Bun- 411 Main Street Block 41 all & book 57.

:_ '..J'T": hell Florida.. Daytona Beach. FloridaAttorneys page 392 ____.__,___ Bishop Hurley Joseph
.. ... I I for the Estate P. 7.71
Lots 10-11-12. blocltjfc--:;.. C. K. & Martell Hunter 3.20 May 1-1'i-4-31-4tc Lot 2, block 50 Turner, John R. &-Bessie -- .
Lot 10. block 89 Ur-\"i/a; James & Lillian Gid- 31.43
:'.dI,, dings' ..... 23.50 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH Lots 10-Iiblock. 54 Powers Mary et al 5.20
"p mv% Iota 11-1%. block' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FLAGLER HARBORS SUB .
.'F 123 Nealy Maylord & Mer-"' FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- Book 57 page 111. lot f r
s.-. ceda Johnson ....- ,- 24.00 4446 IDA.. IN ClIA.. 'CERY. CASE NO. 8. block 1 12 12 31 0.22 Green Jr,. W. E. 85.94
AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK
Lots 1-10-11-12. block. .'
'. 124 I ) Riley' King .... ........ ...8:20Lot EUNICE McDONELL.Plaintiff.. Lot 8, block 77 Koskela. Andrew & NI-
f ''\ 9. block 124 --..: :.. Lamar Harris. Jr. 7.70 V8- na --. .-,--- -m 4.17
\ S V4 lots 5-6. block 130 Beatrice N l3on 23.00 DUNCAN H. McDONELL. That part of E% of
.. .1 Lots 9-11-12. block 160 Abraham & Brldena, Defendant. NEU not subdivided
\, Dunlap 3.50 I DIVORCE except the west 500 .
Lot 10. block 160 Minnie &James 9.50 I NOTICE TO APPEAR & except book '47.
TJE %5' lot 3 NE 25' of ", THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: page 199 & book 47
SE 20' lot 4. block 161 Flora Shaw ...,._... _.._ 460 DUNCAN H. McDONELL page 255 exceptbook
:SW 30' lot 4 All 5-6 except 81 Devon Road 53. page 280 13 12 31 8 Upson. Ida . _..,,..,. .,.- 5.92
" > RAV US NO.1. BeaurepaireProvince Part of Bulow lot 5. 37 '1
t block 161 . W. H. & Carrie.Hill 55.50 of Quebec. book 58. pages 42-43 38 12 31 0.5Z/Dross.. H. H. & Mary 2.66
"Lota78.. block 20Z.... Ralph E. Harbert....;.. 2.30 CANADA FUQUAY SUB .
p.. Lot 6. block 202 ...__.. ..;_ ; Citizens Bank of Bun You are hereby notified that a Lot 10. block Fuquay Gee. Inez B. ___. .._-, 6.71
... nell 2.80 suit for divorce has been filed Lot 5. block 3 Sanford. Ruth ... 24.87
1.-. "Lot 7. Frac. block ,261; ,, Unknown. .. 1.40 against you in the above entitled Lot 10 block 7 ____ McCumber. Abba-_ 3.67
t' Xrf>t 3. block 1. Lincoln ' cause and you are hereby requiredto Lots 22-23-24. block 25- Glnn. C. L. -.._.-..._ 91,50
!Uts. _... ... Jasper & Mary Ander- serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney Lots 1 to 24 incl.. block
,. :- son 15.00 whose name and address appear U' Kloska. Olga -. r- ,_-_, 19,32
Lots 4-5. block 1. Lincoln hereon. your written defense. If Lots 1-%. block 34 Chueca Amelia 2.16
to the Complaint. In said suit -----
Hts. .... Jasper & Mary Anderson any. MORNIXGSIDE SUB ".
>,i ______ 4.00 on or before the 17th day of May: 1 '
: . 1962 else decree confesso will Lot 8. block 9 Hord S. R. & Doris .. 2.92
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pro
r :Lots 2-S. block 2. Un- Lot 12. block 13 Whltaker. W. H. & Lil
be pntel'f"d
coin Hts. .__,______ t.tp:: : > Ed & Lucy. London, __ 3.70 WITNESS against my hand you.and seal of '", fan -?__,.. 2.CS.
ILot 10. block 3 Lin- w <
/ MOBBS SUB
-coin Hts. .,-_:,_.. ..._. .. -... W. H. & Carrie Hill I.U US said%. Court this 16th day of April. Lot 5. block 1 Patrick. Den F. & Caro-"<
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'Lot 9. block 4. Lincoln ..:4= :
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(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHEAs 58.69block
Hta" Gladys Mills ...,.,... ., 3.10'Lota Clerk of said Court Lot 33 & S% lot 34. - ?

1314. block 1, By Julia R. Harvey 2 w.--_, Haynes. Claries -j____ 5.70
Bunnell Homesites Charlie Major ., :Lot 11. block 2 : .' j
---- Deputy Clerk -- Tongue Mary B. 3.67
Lot 14. block 4. Bunnell .. :''II f" .. W. I* WadsworthP. ATLANTA BEACH SUB .
HomeSite ... .,..5'S' : ,,;'_ J'oaenh.1e: Annie Under 1.451 i b. Box 39C The south 38' of lot 24. -
'.., ... . Bunnell. Florida & ,lots 75-26-27-28. .
i- Nancy C. Rodgers. City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell. ] Attorney for Plaintiff except R/W AlA ,

f May 10-n-t-S1-4tc-- -. April 19-26 & May 3-10-4te block S -._.. .._.-! ?.. DeForest, Henry 28.37wv '




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May :10, ,1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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Special Praise 'Rotary To Have i Senior Class In historical sites and artifacts. of bel's. will ;
our national heritage.The The group leave Sunday'afternoon

Night at First .;.. Panel ProgramThe i Home Stretch of group will visit the following return Saturday, May ,20 May at 26th.3:20 and.

places, among others:, on
Baptist Church I Rotary Club of Bunnell :[ Educational TripThe the trip: Richmond, ruins of old oj
,. will have for its program at its j Jamestown, Williamsburg, Annapolis m. ... Yr'rl'.Yrf.!" \.i1i'i'iW
An augumented choir will pre, luncheon meeting the following senior class of Bunnell. O.' F. ALFORD ;
Capitol Building in .
I sent a special service of pra'tsef members on a panel: Charles I of Bunnell High School is entering -

$ in song Sunday night at 8 0'I Tonkin, Clare Biddle,.Coy Harris, j! the home stretch of their Washington, Bureau of Engrav- 'J Broker
f i .j ing and Printing, Washington .t ,
I clock,at the First Baptist Church. Louis Steflik, and John Cannon.I)! fund-raising drive to make their Monument, Lincoln, Washington, | Real Estate
The panel will have as its sub I class trip to Washington, D.. C.
I The music will be under direction and Jefferson :Memorials, Arlington 5 BunnelL Florida .
ject: "Looking Ahead From the and New 'York City. . .. . . .. . .
} of Ted Weber with Miss Fifty-seventh Year." I Cemetery,Tomb of Unknown AAMAPVUWUFREE. . . . ..-..-.1-; ;.tit.
, Elaine-Deen assisting. Miss Mary ; Students, parents, and faculty Soldier, Mt. Vernon, see Bill of S VV
,
: Susan ''Brannam will render a Charles Tonkin will talk brief i sponsors have been most ener- Rights, Declaration of Independence PAINT S i

flute solo with special also given ly upon "What is the future of:! gentle in raising funds through tour Smithsonian Institute.In "
by Mrs. Nana Hilsenbeck and our community and what is the]! the following projects: chicken One extra gallon of your choice-
I J New York City they will see with each gallon buy
:Mrs. Alma Sheffield. role of our club.in that future, ?" pileau supper, roast beef dinner, I you
Radio City, Times Square, Rocke- .
The public is invited to share I[ spaghetti dinners, bake sales, Mary Carter Paint Store ,
Clare Biddle will expound on I feller Center, RCA Building, take
i this special service of praise. | sales of pecans, concession ac- ,'
Also Outer
I Weatcate Shopping -
"How can we, as a club, make i a three-hour cruise around Manhattan -.
tivties annual movie
rummage J
the impact of the ideals of Rotary . I Island, 'Statue of Liberty, .
sales, circus, dances, car washes, I t tJ
felt in the community, and Central Park, Greenich Village, I It PAL PARKER'S. INC.
Seniors Take school dances, etc. J
in our personal contacts with I' Bowery, Chinatown, and go to Automotive Specialty Center

to Junior people?" Cash on hand at present is t the top of the Empire State 'I BRAKES PARTS RELINED AND LABOR 915.05:

College $2,000 with approximately $968 I Building. They will tour the I PORDCHEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS
Harris will consider the .
I Ij Coy needed to complete the drive. 1 the United Nations Building, I II II !' $1JM
:-
j Entrance Exams topic "What' is the future of vocational I and 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
shop at Macy's and Gim-j
a service, how is it goingto Several clubs and groups have I
i Mrs. Dorotha Foster, guidance
be modified by modern busi- assisted the class thus far. The
counselor for the Daytona Beach I-
ness trends?" Veterans of Foreign Wars con- :
:.' junior College, was at the Bun- II 24 HourWrecker \

, hell High School Monday and ,the Louis theme Steflik"Is there will any speak reason Ion I, Service :

: Tuesday to administer entrance
to believe that Rotary's role in raised approximately $125 for i i
examinations to 10 members oft future years will be different the trip. I : Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
; the senior class who plan to en- > .
from what it is now?
ter the college in either the'summer President John Cannon will All money to finance the tour I ASSEY-FERGUSON ', y

of fall terms. follow up with "Internationally, must be in ,by Monday, May 21. I Grove -.Farm Industrial Equipment >
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1 purpose or not students will be admitted, a: better "understanding of to ;greatly broaden the outlookof i VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER "}!

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Coy Harris, Secretary Tom ,Lens-
A new and ,improved varietyof I
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i PAGE:EIGHT THE, FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, May 10-- 1962

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record and placed second. -
Flagler Beach Commissioners Have Class B. results: ,I!: service. Representatives,who ap- and 'service representatives.The .
II' peared on the were:
Shot-put, Jimmy Lopez first program program represents one of .
Many Problems To Thrash Out place. Sgt. Gerald A. Cook, US. Army; the many phases of the guid I

Discus, Lopez first place. Chief Petty Officer'Sauer, U. S. ance program at the high school. *
Chester A. Fisher,
: The the Flagler Beach town High hurdles Stula of Bunnell Navy; Sgt. I
commission meeting last Thurs I I sitlon that had been offered. His second place. U. S. Airforce; Lt. Col.. Lriuis JERUSALEM'S ANTIQUITIES -:
day night the commissioners'was present salary of 100 is to be Fuchs; Airforce liaison officer Jerusalem's '
Mile run Staton of Bunnell unique antiquities -
continued until the new budget
spent almost wholly with for the Airforce Academy at
picking up loose ends of unfinished year beginning October 2, but first and Bruce Eberhardinger are carefully preserved. ,In
,business. that he will be paid $150 a Bunnell second (Staton held the Colorado Springs Colo.; Sgt. the Arab section, which holds "N
month thereafter and, in ad- high record for 1961). Reuben T. Roundtree, U.S. Marine many of the world's most sacred )
' \ An application, was receivedto I dition, $250 will be included in McNab was second and Stula : Corps; and Petty Officer shrines, the- city council must ;;
close an old road on the west the new budget to be paid the Raymond J. Siewierski, U. S. all .'.
on improvements.
side of the Inland Waterway. marshal for salary of $150 a third in the 880 yard run. pass up
This was referred to committee month for May through Septem. In the mile relay, Bunnell Coast Guard. No structure may be changed

; :Jfor disposition.Xyman I ber.The placed second with McCraney The program was concluded without written permission, and I

Gage asked the boardto I commission also discussedthe McNab, Stula and Staton par I II with an intensive question and an ordinance forbids the erec- J
put a street light at the street ,feasibility of buying a police ticipating. tion of any building near the ;
T' at the new Methodist answer period and individual 11
corner I car and employing a policeman I '
walls that still
Church. It was discussed better but action was deferred for further In the pole vault, Buddy Bar- conferences between students 16th-century en- .
lighting at the postoffice. The I investigation. [.row: was first and Flynn Edmonson circle the Holy City. I
to the -- --- -- --- -- .t
commission agreed re- third. : --
Bids was
I were opened for construc- I
quests.A ting the new pier house. Danlee The first three place winnersgo I J
resolution was introduced Const. Co., Jacksonville, bid $67- to Gainesville, Saturday. I VACATIONS ..
providing that all checks on all for complete job, less $8,500 without ,
vacation trip adequate
Are taking \
funds ,be signed by the clerk, the 1363'foundation to first floor, less ...., i you your I \
? For short-term or long-term
insurance protection '
committee member'
appropriate I $2,800 for air conditioning. .
and countersigned by the mayor. Armed ForcesOrientation trip-surance. see us. Wherever you go whenever you \
Conrad Const Co. Jacksonville I
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. for town marshal However go-GO PROTECTED.
l Applications go you
bid
$69,800, less foundation, etc.,
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had been posted and two applications -
, 8,350, less air conditioning $2- Held
were read. One from SEE H. T. COOK AGENCYGeneral
Herbert Anderson and: the other 500.Daytona Insurance ,
I'{t trom Walter marshal.Eberhardinger', the: $67,790, less Beach foundation.Const. etc.Co.,, $5-1 bid I I For Senior Class BUNNELL FLORIDA

:present > 972, less air conditioning was
Most of the discussion centered An Armed Forces Orinetation .. .
." around "misunderstandings""between not bid.Since.,these bids were about I Program was held for all members .'\.r.J"- '...._"'... .......... -.......-..-........-......

i;. marshal.the In commission the end and it was the :I twice the amount the commission -I, of the senior class of Bun- -: FOR ALL IIURS-DAY OR NIGHT

:':. 'agreed to i continue ,Mr. Eber- expected, further consider- J nell High School :Monday afternoon -
tlon
. was agreed to.,
'S ''hardinger as marshal, he asking April 30 at the 'school. '1 .
;, for a decision because he was The of the, AMBULANCE \
purpose programwas '
thinking of taking another po- PHONE VAlley 4-1625
Bunnell Track TeamIn to acquaint all senior students SERVICE
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: with--the opportunitieswhich ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
CLASSIFIEDADS! 'District MeetThe the Armed Forces offer to
young men and women to serve Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

Bunnell High School track their country. The program also are always at your service with promptness, safety and
1: team was in Jacksonville last I I I covered the responsibilities
experience. '
I Saturday for the district Class B.! which young men have to their
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.i 1 "Lilting under thin headingare Insertion meet. The, team will go to I I country In,-so-far as military Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator t tr
3 cent per word each *,
.:,.", 73 cent la minimum charge. Gainesville Saturday, for the!'t service, concerned. '

, SELLING OUT 75 rooms of fine state meet. ':I The'**program consisted of a r Garcia Funeral
For the mile relay, Charlie'I series or5t0( minute talks madeto e"'I'
furniture Seaside :.
everything -
goes. I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral 1 Uil"
t"-\0 '. Inn Resort Hotel on corner' McCraney, Rudy.Stula, Paul Sta- the class:, by representativesfrom
: ton, and Don McNab, broke the various branches of the I I LADY ASSISTANT .
f ,. of Main and Ocean Ave., across . ..' I I y.................................."'........................ .J\............,r ..v.i..-"........'..........1'i 1
fti--, from the Broadwalk, Daytona ,
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': ..Beach, Fla. ,Osceola Wrecking ,

, Co, 555' 3rd St. Holly .Hill. I- 1

t' / :::'May FOB 10 RENT-Ite unfurnished 2 bed- ) Not just three sizes. . but three different kinds of cars. . Chevrolet!

room duplex apt. screen' porch.
>T JD 7.3304 May 8-tf

.. :FOB.SALE--Small cottage, larger
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. lot, excellent location, near 4. .w
1'' school. For information call --tl
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JD 7-3206 or ORange 7-7764 eve-

L:, pings. 5-10--tfc

Man or Woman Wanted. Good ,'I
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ha f 1' I rkl 0i rv
-, Flagler Co. If willing to conduct w

t, .. Home Service business with good

; profits. Write immediately. Raw- ; .
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TOR SALE-Flagler Beach 4
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;, unit apartment house. Partially S r1 Q7Ar4 ky.y: 1 ,. ::,.} Y.ii,'y r 7/-3W
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k;: furnished. Lot ISffxlSO, block
from ocean on Main: St. Make a
kJ... reasonable offer. C. L. Ginn I ,

/ .owner, 421 Lemon St., Palatka, ,
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HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, '

[ large living, dining area, carport :

and utility room,. CBS on
,' 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South

:. Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf

t.\" :TOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- ..
Toum house at north end of Palmetto r

f k. Flagler Beach, on boat

} ,, canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional i

;;x value beautiful interior % !-
and exterior $90.00 per 1 1 I r
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, ,> month for September 1 occu- ;

pancy. Contact present rentersor Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan foreground Chery II Nora 4-Door Station Wagon Corvair Monza 4-Door Sedan (background) .

k or Alexander Lumber Co, -Daytona .

..' Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF Take your pick of 34 models during CHEVY'S GOLDEN SALES JUBILEE .

" s Ocean front housekeeping apart-

jnents 1 And 2 bedrooms compete No look-alikes here! You've got three decidedly different Lots of liveliness, too, for such a low, low price. '. Got
with linens and all utilities.
*Sun deck fishing, swimming, kinds of cars to choose from-each with its own size and a sporty gleam in your eye? Step, right up to our Corvair I

Hoaflng. Day, week or month. sizzle. The, Jet-smooth ,Chevrolet's specialty is luxuryfor rear-engine scamper and steering that's doggone near

,Sun Sea Manor, Flagler, Beach. just about everything you'd expect from an expensive car, effortless. Conclusion: See your Chevrolet dealer now

1 IHE 9.2082 7-6tf except the expense. If you're thinking a bit thriftier for the most versatile choice going and a

XNXvX W X V V / there's the Chevy II with practicality to do you proud. beauty of a buy on your favorite. >

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JjOTS, HOMES BEACH, OCEAN REALTY FRONT CO. / t -..- .' Beautiful...- Buying--Days. are here at your'local authorized-Chevrolet dealer's. -

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