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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 17, 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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-VOLUME 50, NO. 19 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962, $2.50 A YEAR j'

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r" CommissionersWarn LIBRARY IS NOW I Junior-Senior NEW TRI-HI-Y Now
OPEN WEDNESDAYThe OFFICERS NAMED Planning '1

Sprinklers Bunnell 'Library will be f Prom Theme Is Tri-HI-Y officers for 196263are Fof July Fourth 1
opened each Wednesday after- ,Barbara Smythe, president; .
r noon from 2 to 4 p.m at the Nell Johnston, vice president;
Water Is Scarce of IslandsTheme Contest
Bunnell Civic Center, Mrs. Jessie Song Gail Wadsworth, secretary; and Beauty

Muzyka said today. Junior-Senior Linda Cody, treasurerParliamentarian ,
City Commissioners are asking for the
:has will be Allida Miss Sarah Harris little
The library .been openedin cute
citizens df Bunnell to refrain J Prom will be "Song of the Is-
from using water sprink- the past on Tuesday after- lands." The prom will be held Tucker; historian, Dian/.f Green, 17 year old Brunswick, Georgia,
lers while 4he water supply is noons but effective now it will in the Bunnell High School gym chaplain, Jennie Bennett, andreporter miss seeks to enter the Fourth
be open each Wednesday. Janice Lovelace. Annual Miss Florida East Coast a
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18 from
at such a low mark. on Friday night, May ,
I Contest be held
Beauty to on the
Water Supt. Gene Barber reported 8:30 to 1 o'clock.
at the April 16th meetIng Two from Bunnell Attending will be members of Warns Against evening of Tuesday, July 3.
of the commission that the the Junior and Senior classes t It seems that the Georgia miss.
.,. ,two water pumps have a capacity and their dates. Also membersof heard of the East Coast Beauty
... of pumping 360 gallons To Get Degrees the elementary and high Neoga Swimming Contest but did not heat thatit
; of water per minute. At that school faculty of Bunnell and was the Miss Florida East
i time he said the pumps were r Joan Revels and, Ronald Jasz- Flagler Beach schools Sanitation Officer Frank Bos- Coast and of course that does
.....-\' pumping only 120 gallons per czak of Bunnell are candidatesfor Sammy Brown and the Tom well said today the public is not include Brunswick, Sam Mal-
minute due to the low water I candidates for degrees from Toms will furnish music for the warned against swimming in. phurs of the contest, said today. .
''" table Daytona Beach Junior College. occasion. Sandra Abbott will entertain Lake Neoga for the present time. "Without the first news release
With continued dry weather, Dr. Roy F. Bergengren, presi- with the Chula. He said due to the low water going out, to date inquiries from
t and the excessive amount of dent of the college, said sixty This year the Juniors will not table at this time the water in Orange, Marion, Suwannee and
r water beIng' used by with the' area students are spring candi- have a banquet but will have the lake is polluted. Citrus Counties have been re
i:- sprinklers, .the water supply is! dates for associate degrees at Luau Table. Those serving will Samples of the water will be ceived.
-. ,.. In a critical supply at this time the college. Fifty-six candidates be from grades 7 and 8 and tested from time to time and
'i Mayor C. B. Eisenbach said ot- for the associate in arts degree will dress in Hawaiian costumes. when the water is safe for swim- "This is, of course, due to the
day.The and four are college's first can I ming the public will be notified, interest and popularity built up _
commissioners are asking didates for the associate degreein he said.Mayor. during the last three years the
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: all consumers not to use water science.Dr. Race Track Funds contest has been staged at Flag-
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sprinklers or use water not nec- Bergengren said commencement ler Beach. It is 'the first time,
, essary until the .crisis is past. exercises- scheduled for To Flagler CountyState Eisenbach I however, that Citrus and Suwannee -
.. 8 P.M. June ,12, in the Physical i Counties will be represent.
Education Building. Dr. GordonW. Issues ProclamationThe ed," he continued.Last .
i: Teen Club Meets Comptroller Ray E. Green
Blackwell, president, of Florida reports each of the 67 countieshas official thirteenth annnual year two different motor "
To Organize At State University, will give received an additional checkof Armed Forces Day will be observed cades from different sections of
. the commencement address. $31,000 from race track taxes. at all armed forces installations the state accompanied their contestants

t. Flagler Beach Each county .has received .a on Saturday, \-fay'19.. to Flagler Beach. Hadit
1 Scholarship Won total of. $184,500 in race track. Open house will be observed not rained out the parade,
t. r The Flagler Beach Teen Club funds to date. and the public is invited to over a 100 cars, including the
held a meeting last week to By Bunnell SeniorMiss Green said the total sent to visit. two out of county motorcades
make plans for the clsroei: ;. New counties to date for the current The Secretary ,of Defense has 'would have participated.It .
l' officers were elected and the Susan Brannam, member I fiscal year is $11,000 more than I authorized appropriate obser- is hoped that this year,
.. following rules...Were.madeY ,oL they- Bunnell High School received-by each of the .counties, ances in the 1.1nlted.,5tatesJ.and sincejthe Fourth comes on Wed.
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L: 'Rule:;'I."No drinhing bt" lco T .seniorclass; eras"notifiedthis [during trie corresponding, 'period I.overseas during "the.- period;"of jhesdayftfiat stating- on' the first t
I. holic beverages in or near ther .week by Eugene Golden, director oL.the previous year. I May 1220. ", ', .With the fishing contest and other
recreation' center. No one will be I of- state scholarship-services, I The race track tax money in I j jI I Mayor C. B. EisenbacH **has events, we can build up a
: admitted that has been drink- that she has been awarded a Flagler county is divided between I signed a proclamation declaring four.day affair, giving our visitors
. Ing.Rule $400 per year State Teaching I the Board of County Commissioners I May 19 as Armed Forces Dayin to'Flagler County a chanceto
;. 2. No profane language.- Scholarship.Miss I and the Board of Pub- Bunnell and he is asking all enjoy what our county has
Rule 3. No fighting in 'or around Brannam won the schol- lic Instruction. The first $50,000 citizens to observe the day by to offer as a vacation spot.
the recreation center. arship out of the state pool, goes to the school board, the .: flying the United States Flag at :Mr. Malphurs added that win f
New officers for the club' are: which means, she competed next $50,000()( ( to the county board I I their homes and places of busi- ning the Miss Florida East Coast
president, Linda Gardei; vice against nigh school seniors and the remainder is split. even. ness. 'Contest seems toe a very good II
president, Brenda Aaron; treasurer throughout the state. omen to the young ladies who
f'/ Judy' Dunson; secretary, Appriximately every other yeara capture the titles. I I
Seniors
Small Claims
, Beverly Cummins. scholarship is allocated to Appreciate The first Miss Florida East ,
p A discussion of the budget Flagler county. This year, how- Coast, Miss Beverly Cadman of
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'e was held 'and it was decided toV ever, Flagler county did hot receive Court SessionSmall i Help On Band TripBy New Smyrna Beach we understand ., ;

spend a certain amount for re- one. Claims Court Judge Le- ( Susan Wadsworth) is happily married. ,The {I
freshments arid 'records eacht The scholarship Is for $400 per ola Jones said today the 'next The members of the senior second young lady to win the
week and save the rest for fu year and is renewable each yearif session of court will be held on class of Bunnell High School i title, Miss Judy Lynn Prince of

.- ture improvements. the winner maintains accept- Tuesday, May 29, at the court- wish to express their appreciation I Tampa, has added a long stringof
: Mrs. Sarah Martel was elected able college grades. Acceptanceof house. The change of the date to the people of Flagler titles to her original one;
\:._ as the new supervisor. Chaperons the scholarship Is contingentupon was made because the Wednes County for the help they have Miss Lynn Shirley of Jackson.
are urgently needed. Anyone the recipient teaching in day date is on a legal holiday. been in raising the required ville, the current title holder,
t; who..wants. to volunteer may call Florida schools for one year for I All cases at the session of the money for the senior class trip. has added nine more titles dur
. r Mrs. Martel at HE 9.2203 or LInda each year of scholarship aid received -I have individually the I
court yesterday were continued Those who helped ing year and is waiting the
. Gardei at HE 9-2375, mem' I and with the further until the next session on the 29. through service and verdict as to whether or not she t I
4 bers of the club said today. stipulation that the recipient at- is Miss !
At the May 3rd session two donations are:. National Campus Queen.
i: tend a: college within the State cases were continued until the The seniors' parents Veteransof She was one of the five finalists :E
Medical ResearchOn of Florida. next session.. Other cases heard Foreign Wars and its Auxiliary in the nationwide contest. j,
, 'were: Al Paquin, Steve Cyzycki, Although the :Miss Florida \
Rotary Program Garden Clubs. A judgment granted in favorof senior: sponsors, Edward Abraham East Coast Contest has not, as 1
,, I the Citizens Bank of Bunnell Nage Abraham, Shrine yet, been recognized as one of j
1 The Rotary Club of Bunnell Offer Scholarship against Mary Anderson for,$20, Club, Kelly's Service Station, the major contests of the year, I I
:, will haVe Don Hill, representa t plus cost. Ed's Service Station, Spivey's it has the honor of having the I
five of Smith Kline and French District VI of the 'Florida Fed A judgment in favor of Citi Service Station, Bunnell Theater, top contestants in Florida: com !
;. laboratories Philadelphia, Pa. eration of Garden Clubs,. Inc.,i zens Bank of Bunnell against Flagler Tribune; Brannam's Food pete for the title. Many of the I i
.t. as Its guest speaker Thursday at announces. an_ Essay Contest for Fred L. Brannam for $93, plus Market, D. D. Moody, Walter same young ladies who competein I
p:- 12:30 att he Masonic Hall. children from 10 to 13 years of. Morris, Dixiana 'Motel: Youth the Citrus, Miss'Southland'F
F; Mr. HIll resides in Daytona age Prize for this contest will cost.A judgment in favor of Citi- Council, Curtis Deen, Stella Cau- and other major .contests. can
. p Beach. In his talk he tells of be a scholarship to the Youth zens Bank of Bunnell against ley be seen in the Flagler Beach
. the significant medical progress Conservation.Camp in Ocala Na- Fred L. Brannam for $51.30, plus Mr. Finley (Agriculture Department beauty contest.
that has been made in. the last tional Forest, donated by Sears cost. ), Mr. McGriff. (Ath- With the continued growth In
: few decades through close cooperation -' Roebuck Company. There will letic Department), J. O. Craig, Interest and popularity, withinthe
'. of physicians, pharmacists be a scholarship awarded to a KATHERINE KOST L. Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. next two years, the :Miss
and the pharmaceutical. boy and one to a girl. DIES AT FAVORITA Mike Steflik, Bill Burnsed Mr. Florida East Coast contest will
iJ industry. The essay subject is to be "I and Mrs. G. S. Anderson, Country be rated along with the larger
Sam Black, son in law of Tom Dreamed I attended the Youth Mrs. Katherine Kost. passed Club, Rotary Club, Mrs. W. major contests, the higher ratingof
.. Holden, was.a:: guest ot the club Conservation Camp" and Is to bea away at her residence in Favo- E. Knight, Woman's Club of any contest brings more visitors
last Thursday. minimum of 75 words with a rita early Tuesday morning aftera I Flagler Beach, and Howard and publicity to the loca
Nag Abraham was.. received maximum of 100 words, judgedon brief illness. The body was I Wisehaupt Lion where the contest Is held.
into the club last Thursday and originality and neatness. forwarded Tuesday night to her I Malphurs who originated the
,presented with his credentialsand Deadline for entries Is May 25 former home in Elizabeth, N.J., : COMPLICATED TRAFFIC contest stated that as long as
pin as, a new member. and they are to be "mailed to for services and interment Sat Traffic In Karachi, capital of Flagler County wants the Miss
Red Powell was. a visitor to Mrs., O. E. Sharkey, 1306 South urday. Pakistan, is complicated by a Florida East Coast Contest it
Rotary of'Ocala last Thursday.Ray Dixie Highway, Melbourne, Fla. She Is survived by two daughters wide variety of conveyances. would remain in Flagler county.
Sturman was absent last r. who reside in Elizabeth. There are 18 types of registered
week while spending several An egg "breathestalcing In Craig Funeral Home of Bun- transport, ranging from new Florida Is the second largest ,
days In St Vincent's. Hospital in oxygen and giving off carbon nell was in charge of local ar- American automobiles to pedl- producer of beef cattle east of
Jacksonville. dioxide. rangements. cabs and camel carts. the Mississippi.

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i PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA, Thursday, May 17-; ,*:1962 ,

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: -1'I J. Cook -'.-;- t,. : 202 game behind 3 hit pitching.' --- of i run with a long single. Werther

i. < '" !I M. Barber 200' Cliff Wertherington. Cliff also I ington who was tough in times: ? I!

i kept the Angel 3 hit scattered
/ poled a homer, his 2nd of the i
- .: 195 10 I and went on to win his fifth j jf
r. Donald Moore who join-
.to. Panthers .:Ab R H season. f straight victory. J

. G. Carle -' '3, 0 "1 ed the Pirates helped to score a !I (Continued on page 3) J'i

f ': G. Worley + ..2 .' 2' 1 ___ _
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1 C. Wertherington 4.'.232 I _
k By Leslie Pacha B. Robinson 301
: D. Cody .', 301. il AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY | ::1
r. PANTHERS AND REBELS good relief pitching by Cliff J. Cody 210
- CLASH FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Wertherington in the top of the -
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; fifth inning7won the 'game for \Vertherington 2. 0 0I FAIR I CONDITIONING. .HEATING I!.ELECTRIC SERVICE li
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Bunnell Panthers and Flagler 0" ;
f:' Beach Rebels meet Saturday,I the Panthers over., the :Midget I M. Britt' 1 .1 019,8 I' FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING J i PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE 1
League All Stars.
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c : CO. 1 BUNNELL :MOTOR COMPANY !
May 19, at 4 P.14 at the Hill- I .
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::. crest diamond at Flagler Beach. Top of the fourth the All Stars I -., 7 Of Daytona.. Inc. I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL r'.

r The, winner of this game will I had the bases loaded, with one Innings .1, .2 3 4. 5 R H AIR ,CONDITIONINGHEATINGGENERAL I COMMERCIAL CALLHUBERT& MAINTENANCE' ,

'r .:. be crowned Spring Champs of I out. Earl Rice drove a'line drive All Stars 0 2 21,1 0 5 10: SHEET METAL I PELUCER t

: Flagler County. The winner will toward Glenn (Flash) Carle who Panthers 2 2 1,3. x 8 7 '"We're Proud of Our Work" ID T-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT-
330. Walker Holjy Hill. OR 7-6120
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3:.': r receive a Trophy donated by :made a mice stab of the ball Two base hits, Bill Harris and I I
Fred Fruits of Fruits Jewelry and double off M. Durrance to J. Cook; three base hit, Mike AUTO SERVICE I IMCDANIEL'S I GARDEN SHOP \1\

f. :''' Shop in Bunnell.' i break up a good rally. Durrance. 1 Gray's Garden 'Center
f. Flagler .Beach Mayor George I Both teams played good ball Winning pitcher, D. Britt. Los. Headquarter for Gardening Needs I
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1. Wickline: will present the trophyto 'and did_some good hitting. The ing pitcher, B. Harris. Service Station -. 'Ceramics. Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement

th4 winner after the game. All ,Stars, out hit the..Panthers: Umpire Pache. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers 1
: C. Wertherington start for 107. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS If

; the Panthers with Peewee Robinson All Stars , <,-' Ab R H BILL HARRIS SHUTS OUT Bunnell ID 7.7119 I II 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051* 1I
f behind the plate. The. Rebels P. Barrow:4: i '., '111 SLUGGERS ON ONE HITTER I I I ORMOND

l r will start J. Youvanoff with Me- M. Durrance "" 201' Billy Harris pitching one hit Biddle Gulf ServiceGASoILLUBRICATION i I HARDWARE

F Nab behind the plate. B. Geller 200 ball and striking out 14 batters

i'; = J. Roberston 100 shut out the Young Sluggers THAT FAMOUS PAINT i
GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I
t PANTHERS WIN OVER E. Rice 322(11-0, Kirk Robertson, and Mike at
Exclusively
, 7 A.M.-IO P.M.-7 Days ',
r ALL STARS 8.5 MAY 7th ? B. Harris - 3 1 2 j Durrance both got two hits. The
t Panther tight fielding and(II J. Harper 3 1 2.Tigers played their' best ball of State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 : a1 FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

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Sluggers Ab'R H EAR E. RICE Proprietor I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 '
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t J. Geller 200 'j
GAS-- -LUBRICATION I----'- "
P. Barrow ; 200. 1
! I WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO 1.: :f- : MOTOR TUNE-UP Village HardwarCenter
R. 200 I
, Wertherington I
BATTERIESU.S.
I GOODYEAR TIRES & PAINTS
HOUSE
EXPRESS. MY. APPRECIATION TO ALL WHO D. Cody 2 Oil I HIWAT 1 BUNNELLED'S
r J. Cook -2 0 0 I Match and mix any color !
SUPPORTED ME. IN MY. RECENT CAMPAIGN. M. Barber 2 00 I I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware I'
GIFTS GREETING CARDS
r J. Bertha '2 ,0 0 PURE OIL STATION i I'i
f MANY THANKS, '. i AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 '
G. Barber 200
,. Specializing in Wash & Waxing I
T. Spicer Batteries-Accessories i
; J. H. McKnight Jr. MINOR REPAIRS I:|JEWELER
16 0 1 1'I
Es. Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 i
I BRENNAN Jewelers
.- Tigers Ab R H I ,
(Paid Political Adv.). BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Diamonds-Diamond Setting' I
\ K. Roberston.' 422. I I :
Fine Jewelry and Gifts
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G. Worley' 3 1 1 ,
H. King .-,010 I BAR & COCKTAIL !I I Hamilton Watches, Bulova,' Benrus ..1\\1:

G. 1 .0 I i ,!
McCraneyfO LOUNGE .
I ,i Watches-Jewelry Clocks Repaired
G. Carle ./- \*'2' -.1 .1 DANCING. ,FRIDAY,: & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5058
f. : VOTERS OF B. Harris l 0 '0 FROM 9 '. !I .
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L. Bunno 1 2 1 SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. FURNITURE
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach I
M. Durrance 3 2 2
/ Ormond Bedding and
< : B. Irvin \ 10 0 I I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co. "'I
J. Arnold V 100
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I COCKTAIL LOUNGE I I Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

18 11 71 Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. I. $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment i
PACKAGE GOODS :i: R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
Innings 1 2 3.4 5 R H
9 a.m.-2 a.-Sun. 1 p.n. 2 a.m. 69 Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-8411
0000001Tigers
Sluggers i
Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach
I : Let's 0 2 7 2 K 11 71 'PAINTS
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: ; Winning pitcher, Harris; losing I BETH'S SEASIDE i

pitcher, Spicer;' umpire, Cope-i BAR & GRILL JERRY'S PAINT MART :,
land. FOR FINEPOOD PITTSBURGHPaints '

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: W L. DUNSON WERTHERINGTON HAS HOMER TO BEAT PITCHES PIRATES 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA. f Paint Sundries-Wallpaper'
i- Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond
Pirates winning their fifth I
ORange_ 7-0761
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On Our School Board RCA,--VICTOR- BUILDING WICKLINE SUPPLIES -i iI I I I I ROOFER .

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LIVING COLOR TV EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE I Building Supplies Manufacturers of

FOR Southern IN TilE Radio WINDOW& Television CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL

;:: 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 STEEL TYPES OF ROOFING. ,
< ORMOND Fast Dependable Service

: CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT IN Flagler: Beach HE 9-2254 ORange HWY. 1 75177.N. ORMOND 7.1793

FREE PAINT BOTTLE GASHARRIS
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One extra gallon o( your choice RESTAURANT
BOTTLE GAS
, Education and with each gallo you buyMaJ"7 BOTTLE or BULK I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT .

Carter Paint Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches r
HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY '
Also We8t ate booplnc Center OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY t
PHONE ID 7-3551 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach i
Help Flagler County Grow
Educational Facilities PAL PARKER'S. INC. Open 6 A.ftL-11 P.M. at '
BY Shopping at Home
: Automotive Specialty Center 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond
. BRAKES RELINED S1&A5
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
0. PARTS AND LABOR I
RIGHT ON THE BEACH'ShrlmpSteak.Chops.Ch1cken
FORDCHEVROLETPIjYMONTHOTHERS
:. VOTE MAY 29th $10.05 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial i
: 540 Mason Ave. Daytona I
CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes
DAYTONA BEACH Sandwiches, and Pies
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. BREAKFAST ANYTIME '.
.: : : :: : .>.... TO REELECTW. ,0., Oil!jr? JHarjlrr ulrtlmn Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant -

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AlA 1 :Mile South of Pier
BUIOrELL. FLORIDA CLEANERS
, I Used Fumlture-Upbolstery

- L. DUNS ON MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor I I BUNNELL WE GIVE TV CLEANERS STAMPS JOE WELLBORN J'.

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Furniture & Upholstery
Designated Official .hI>>UeaU.. Open Dally 6 to 6Fh
fey Pvblle Notice .f FlaglerC.aaty .Be ID 7-3188 GOOD USED FURNITURE
'I Mlel.Jltle. tberela 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell I New Bedding-Ifattreoa Renovating I
.School'Board Member Furniture UplaoI8teriaK-Trade.
I and the State .t Florida I DRUG STORES 1094 Flnmlah Holly HIJ1-cL 3-2275

Entered .. .**.a. claaa .matter PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
February .. DlS.at the.....t..e6at Moody's Pharmacy
r Dist. No.3' Flagler_ County's Corner Drug Store
BawMll. Klartda, _dew act .i The Flagler Tribune

March 3, 1ST*. PRESCRIPTIONS . .
r i' _ DRUGS-SUNDRIES Publishers Printers.(,

.' ..... One 7e&r- ---.L60 FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone ID 7-3282 -- ... (Pald. Polltlcal Adv) ,.. BlX months $1.H I
BuanelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 BUNNELL FLORIDA

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Thursday, May 17, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE" .
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WINS
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OPENER IN 8 INNINGS
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Big Sammy Bertha and Gale t
Angels Ab R 'H Mercer started off the season's tt ti t
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G. Wertherlngron 1 \ 0 0 opener and both pitchers had to ; i
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B. Geller, : 3 0 0 go 8 innings.

D. ,Britt '3' 0 3. Tommy Durrance got a walkin ir

. B. Robinson ,20' 1 the' bottom_ of the 8th. Cummins
'. : J.: Roberston .3. 0 0 grounded out 2nd to first

,',.::" !=. Rice : ,' 2' 0 1 advancing Durrance to 2nd.
J. Cook' ' -.2 0 0 Frank Todd former Clinic player

J. Kelly ',:: r 10 0 lined a double to win the

; R. Improta "r-. l' 0 0 game. G. Mercer with two awayin : 1.
the bottom of the 7th anda

:. :: ..-. 18.0 -3: man on third threw the ball
Pirates '?,,:t"' i Ab : R H over Rodgers head and scoringtwo ,
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T. Whittaker 1.y 2'i 0 0 runs. Both, teams played -

',' -; P. Robinson 3 1 1 good. ,Managers Cliff Sheffield.

D. Moore 1 1 1, poled, two home runs. Whittakerhit

,C.' Wertherington '2 1 1 : one for the Clinic. Old Wall

"'' M.' Barber.,; "' ,' .. '1 '0 0'' hit one for the Lumber Co. Lean Center Cut
G. Robertson, '0r 0 0, Clinic Ab R H
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r.;; . D. Improta 1 0 0 H. Kuleski 4 0 \
_' \ 1. Travis 2 0 0: A. Spivey 4 ,,2 2
G. Revel; '! 2 0 '0t J. Ward 400'
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t'-- r' 143 3 Whittaker, ":4: : 1 2
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f. , Innings '" 1.23! 4' 5 R' H D. Littlefield". / ':" 'V -31 1
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Angels ,000000. 3 F. Nipper 5 2 1

i:- : Pirates: 0030x3 3 1 R. Canakaris ' 2' 0 0 ,
) ', Home run, Cliff Wertherington.: B. Kendall : 1, 0 :, '1

r ; , Winning pitcher, C. Werther D. Peterson ,100,
it'f". .ington; losing pitcher, B. Robin S. Bertha 310 Ib 59

: : son. Umpire, Copeland. .
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t; Pirates 5 1 840 D. Burnsed >' H 0 10'

I':tr, Sluggers 3 4 423r. C. Wall 311 ROLLED VEAL ROAST Ib 79, .

::, Angels 2 5 280 C. Sheffield .3 2. 2 COFFEE '
'. Tigers 2.4. 333 J. I.. Sheffield 3 0 Oy Lean
t' BIG SIX BATTERSAb T. Durrance' \. ,3 I 1 0'F.
I 'l R H P I Todd .'*;. *.. '4 ": 0 '1 Pork Shoulder ROAST Ib 29* -1 lb.'
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,C. Wertherington 18 9 11 ,' 610'I B. Cummins ,'\ :;3' ,0 1 Smoked 49 S
G. Carle15 9 9,600 Kelly ': 2' 0 0 Ranger caiiLimit

". D. Britt 14 5 8 571 G. :Mercer 210' SLAB BACON Ib 39<
One with $5.00 food order or
B.: Robinson 14 8 8 571B.

Harris 14 9 8 571' 2686 Copeland Country Smoked more
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4.r" J. Cody 15, 6 8 535 Innings 1 2' 3 4 5 6 7 8 R H 'I
. .HOME RUN LEADERS Clinic 1130002078 HAM HOCKS 3 Ibs 69* Shurfine Tall Can ; ,

..k Bill Harris.. ' rI Lbr. Co. 0050011186Two 7 .
EVAP MILK .
Select Baby. for88c'
Darrel Britt 3 base hits A. Spivey andE.

-I Glen Carle 2.N ." Todd. Homerun, J. Wittaker, BEEF LIVER Ib I 49* -
:'; ,Cliff Wertherington-2' ... C. Wall and Cliff.Sheffield (2). I .' '- -, .Sunlit. &.- 303- 'can. ,-\ 4-'. .,.. "
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." : S. Bertha. Urn. for
Losing pitcher, :
ROLL SAUSAGE 3 Ibs I 98*
oJ BAPTIST CHURCH. PANTHERS pine King.IN Copelands
MEET IN OPENER 2nd TONIGHT
;.>" Bunnell Baptist Church and IN TUB AND COUNTY FOR FLAGLER JUDGE'S COURT COUN- Mrs. Kinsers Cup JAR LARD j'r' 39c

,- "::' the Seville Panthers meet ,tonight IN TY.RE FLORIDA.: IN PROBATE. POTATO SALAD ca. 39? :ones
Limit
' : .: Thursday, May 17, 7:30. Estate ofANNA JOHNS.

Both teams are fast and fans' Deceased. World's BestHAMBBRGER I
,, ,: will see. some good ball play. NOTICE: OF PROBATE HendersonsSUGAR
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
J :", ing. Winner of this game will THE ESTATE OF SAID' DE- 3 Ibs. 1.39

r. ' meet Wadsworth Lbr. Co. Monday CEDENT You are: hereby notified that a

l '" . night, May 21, '7:30. The written Instrument purporting to
\ be the Last Will and Testament of
> league will play only single said decedent has been admitted to WARM WEATHER PRODUCE BUYS,
probate in this Court. You '
are
.'? game each night until the first hereby commanded within six cal- 5 I Ib
week of June. I would like tot endar months from the date of the
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first publication of this Notice, to LETTUCE 2 35C 3 glt
t take this time to thank all for appear in this Court and show for bag
fo cause if any you can why the action -
making: our opening night a of this Court in admitting said .
.;' success. I sure thank you all Will to probate should not stand Young Tender Fla. Limit One with $5.00 food order. or

,,i- and will see you all at the balls unrevoked.(County T.Judge's K. MCKNIGHT Seal) SWEET CORN 6 for 39' more (

s : ........................ Judge of the County. I

F. ALFORO OSSINSKY Judge's&' KROL Court. Extra Fancy Tender Liptonpkg.. ' '

I Registered 411 Daytona Main Beach.Street Florida YELLOW SdlJASH 10' TEA 39'
) Attorneys for the Estate Ib Save 6c ea. r
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Real Estate Broker May 10-17-24-31--4tc . i .
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CHUNKTUNA 29c
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,JrVWUWUUVWVVVWVVWVVVORMOND LEMONSWilson's 6 for19c ? can
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f PHARMACY VALUE STAMPS All Purpose ShorteningBAKERITE' .

,, Sick Room Supplles-Sundrles with purchase of 3IbCM
# HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 5ge
' 24-Hour Prescription Service qt. GULFSPRAYand I
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" Free Delivery Flagler this coupon
ORMOND Rt. AlA BEACH-TeL 1 ml. North OR of 7-16S1 Coupon Void 5.19.1962 Limit one with $5.00 or more food order ,

ft: -s THE, OUTBOARDER New Low Price Carnation 3 qt.- size Musslemans '
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INSTANT MILK 29c CIDER VINEGAR c : 23c
t ( Authorized Evlnrude Dealer 25 FREE qt."
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: BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
,L t Dockage Storage Free Ramp FOP VALUE STAMPS Shurfresh Mrs. Smiths Family size
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,'825 Balloueh RdDaytona't. 3 lbs World's BestHAMBURGER BISCUITS6 55C BANANA CREAM PIE 49C
cans
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"?',. ',.' Community: Coupon Void 5.19-1962 Quantity Rights
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iTOP VALUE STAMPS
Daytona Ave. I with $5.00 or more \ ______ I lGlf i G ir MAY 17-18-19. 1962,,

FLAGLER BEACH .5 food order I 's -

:Sunday School 10:00, A.M. and this.couponat I SHELTON- SUPERMARKET Store Hours ,
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Church Service 11:00) A.M.. Shelton's Grocery { Week 8am645p.m

R. W., DICKERT. Pastor Coupon Void 519.1962 *
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rMETHODIST: MEN'S WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS ._ .' }' ,,
The business meeting of the 1 :
tF:. ANNUAL FISH FRY: Flagler Woman's Club was held ...

SATURDAY, MAY 19 Wednesday at the clubhouse I -. \t \ .
with the new executive board 4: : .
f! 'The Flagler Beach Methodist At ; _
in charge. I j j
Men's Club will have their an- Mrs. Marge Givins reportedthe
,'_ nual fish fry from 5 p M. 'until bake sale was a huge suc
dark on the grounds of the newt' '
I cess.Mrs. Flagler Food Store ;
; church building on Daytona Phillip Kester gave a re-
Ave.; between 21st and 22nd port on the F.F.W.C. conven-:
|- streets. i i'tion which was held in Tampa
There will be fish, hush- recently. Flagler Beach '
[;: '. puppies, coleslaw, rolls, coffee Hostesses for the meeting was .
f or tea and all you can eat. No''I i the executive board. There willi PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. MAY 17-18-19th 1962
tickets will be sold. It will be,i be no further meetings until fall. '- -------
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. a freewill offering affair. Mrs. Maxine Kelly said. Western
; Grade "A" BeefCHUCK i ii
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w The WSCS of/ the Flagler j Nine GA girls of the Baptist a

r Flagler Beach Methodist Church Church attended 'the GA get-to ROAST 49 '
t met Thursday in the church with gether of the St. Johns River Association lb.
l Mrs. Bernie Wilson presiding. iri Green Cove Springs. I
Mrs. Reynold Hoover gave the Those attending and their spon

program a report on the WSCS sors were: Patricia League, Jan- TRY IT COOKED WITH NEW POTATOES, CARROTS & ONIONS"
I convention which she 'attended et Haines, Sherrie Smith, Linda .
recently in St. Petersburg. McNab, Julie Brown, Vicki ,I I II i

f}; Officers for the ensuing year Moore, Joyce Robinson, Susie: Tender f Round' Bone .
,i will be installed during the regular and Cathy Duncan, Barbara' CHUCKI SHOULDERROAST
, worship service on June 3. Weaver, and Rev. and Mrs. A. Fr
.. They' are: Stevens. *
President, Mrs. Keith Lovell; STEAK ib.: 59 lb69'Copelands
Babbitt I ,
i S vice president, Mrs. Ray Lehr; Mrs. returned
secretary Miss Emily Gage; home from the University Hos- I
t' treasurer, Mrs. Bob Whitney; pital in Gainesville Monday I Palm River
t. secretary of missionary educa- where she spent four days for SLICEDBACON 12 oz. pkg.
' tion, Miss Dorothy Homans; sec- medical treatment. Mr. Babbitt
retary of spiritaul life, Mrs. Har- and her sister, Eula Fuller, went < FRANKS 9
t. ry Treadwell; secretary, of litera- over to accompany her home. i lb.49 1
ture and publications, Mrs.: Hugh
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Arnold; secretary of Christian social Mr. and 'Mrs. George Moody, 1I
k relations, Mrs. Inez CrenI Sr., were in Orlando Monday. I
r' shaw; secretary of promotion Mr. Moody attended a meetingof FOLGERS AMERICA'S FAVORITE SHORTENING
i E Mrs. Reynold Hoover; ;and secretary the State Park' Board which I Ii
of children, youth and stu- was meeting there. i .
; dent work, Mrs.,Jack Meekins. '
Mr. and Mrs., Tony Bradac
COFFEE I' : : CRISCO
visitors in Titusville
were on ;
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, .. (Visiting with Rev. and Mrs. Sunday. .
f Reynold Hoover for the past few I '
I days is their daughter, Mrs. John '

Munro from Park Forest, Illinois. CONS lb. Ib.
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,I Also visiting with the Hoovers , :, ,3 59
on Sunday was another daughter .
Tilman W. Robinson can can
!| Mrs. Lee Rooney and daughters By
> Jill and Marda,' from Jack- Beginning on May 21, the
Limit One $5.00 food order Limit One $5.00 food order
or more or more
sonville, Florida. Watershed Party of the Soil Con-
servation Service will begin preliminary -
Jimmy Wilson, son of Mr. and surveys on the Haw --- .
Mrs. Jim Wilson of Lakeland, Creek Watershed. 2l/z Can Food King I Kraft's
has been spending the paSt The purpose of the surveys BARTLETTPEARS
" week with his grandparents, Mr. will be to determine geasibilityand MAYONNAISE qt. 49 0
r and Mrs. Raymond Smith and to get a cost estimate on 3 for $100
r. family. the project. The survey will be
completed and a cost estimate -
" I Large Size
,- Mr. and Mrs. George M. Moody report worked up by July 1st, 46 oz. Can

attended the Pharmaceutical according to D. H. Esry, leaderof HAWAIIAN: < CHEERChicken pkg.Zge
i convention Jacksonville Sun the planning party. The fig- '
. day through Wednesday.The ures, will be presented to the PUNCH 3 for$100
sponsors of the Haw Creek Watershed . '," .
of the Sea'- -
Methodist Mens Club met for their action. --

Monday night and elected new The Flagler Soil Conservation 21/2 Can Van Camps TUNA 290
f' officers for the ensuing year. District will again sponsor a ; can
:r John F. Jones, Jr., from Ormond, Soil Stewardship Week duringthe PORK & I

S was guest speaker for the eve week of May' 27-June 3. BEANS 4'forl ,
ning and Leonard Johnson, vice I i Stream of Life" has been Lykes 'i'
Iselected '
president, presided in the ab as the theme for this VIENNA ,
" sence of Howard Lerch. New of- week. Governor Bryant has issued '
SAUSAGE ,
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Shurfine
: ficers are: a proclamation urging all :an
f' President, Leonard Johnson; citizens, civic, religious and farm EVAPORATED "
t vice president Bernie Wilson; groups, public officials, schools,
i' -:' .5 secretary and treasurer, Harold the press, radio, and televisionto MILK 4 49C Chocolate &, Banana. r' ,
" Jones. The men also made final focus attention on the impor- JUMBO "
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f t' which will be this Saturday. vation in Florida. ,PIE p. 39o \
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Thursday, :May 17, 1962 ; THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVB l
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I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight He finds that the use of the : with curing 'of the young,wom

I 1 I retrned last week from a busi- drug Rauwolfia, made from the an. The story is a fine medical

: ness trip in Miami where they Indian snakeroot plant, a mir novel by Dr. Slaughter,.
: spent several days. acle treatment that can cure the By Tommy Robertson

I i I I mentally ill. The story ends Library Assistant.
L Mrs. Flossie Richardson visited .

S I recently in Daytona Beach

with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Upson TO THE CITIZENS.
I and also Mr. and Mrs. Richard

I I Upson of. Huntsville Ala FLAGLER COUNTY: :
GLADYS SALYERDS PALMETTO CLUB
who were visiting there. <;
Please let, me express my sincere appreciation
JOHN HARDIN WEDMr. HOLDS REUNIONThe for your Vote of Confidence on May 8th.I ;j
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dunson, Jr. I
and Mrs.' Henry ,Salyerdsof Palmetto Club, a retired and three sons of Fort Lauder. am deeply touched by your trust in me and ;
civic club of Bunnell, shall effort to conduct the affairs of the
St. Johns Park announce the social and dale, spent .Mothers Day here spare no
marriage, of th.eir daughter, held its annual reunion on May with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. office to your: entire satisfaction. .

Gladys c., to Mr. John Hardin I! 6. Hostesses for this year's reunion -I' W., L. Dunson, Sr. E. A. SMYTHEClerk
of Bunnell, on May 12, 1962.I t were Mrs. T. E. Holden
The couple was married in a'and Mrs. C O. Magee. I I of the Circuit CourtPaid

I quiet ceremony in the office of The club was organized in I THE BOOK,NOOK ( Political Adv. .

the County Judge in Folkston, 1923'and was active until about .I.. "-
Georgia, at four-thirty Saturday ten, years ago. This is the sixth I "DAYBREAK"By
afternoon. Judge B. S. Johnson annual reunion. Husbands of ( Frank R. Slaughter)
I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
, officiated in the single ring cere the club members have been in. Daybreak is a story of a driving .

: mony. vited to join in the reunion group young Doctor, who tries to
: the three reunions. find for mental illness. A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director ,
The bride is employed in for the past a cure
r. office of the Flagler County The group met at the Bunnell 1 I Dr. James Corwin is trying to JOHN HARDIN Associate

Judge.Mr. Restaurant at 1 o'clock for a find a cure to Schizophrenia be. I AIR OXYGEN

Hardin is the son of the luncheon meeting. Following the cause a pretty, young woman is ,LADY,
.. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL
,!. I I EQUIPPED
''late Mr. and Mrs. W. A., Hardin luncheon the group went to the doomed to a brain operation ATTENDANT ,
AMBULANCES r
'k' of Hastings. He employed Holden home for a social hour whfch would make her a kindof (
I.: the Craig Funeral Home of Bun. where the hostesses served dehumanized animal. It is
Phone ID 7-3532 .
!jr nell. punch and coffee. the story of pioneering treatmentof r

, Following a short wedding Present' for the reunion were: the mentally ill., 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDAI
"I trip the couple returned and are :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and I w

! now residing at 201, East Moody :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hamrick of a
j Boulevard. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs C.
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G.I
} Varn of St. ,Augustine; Mr. 1

i!4' :. WSCS INSTALLS Mrs.Carlisle "Bird of Seville; Mr. I sincerely wish to express my appreciation to the many people
and Mrs. Dan Nathan of Fort
I .' NEW OFFICERS who supported me in the recent primary on May 8th; and, would appreciate -
Lauderdale; Mrs. Ella May
I of Beach Mr. their, continued support on May 29th.
;v- \ The WSOS installed new officers Hooper Daytona ;
I at their meeting held last and Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, Mr.
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I: week at the Bunnell Methodist and Mrs. T. E. Holden, Mr. and
,, My harvesting season is now completed and I shall endeavor to
\\1< Church. The subject for the Mrs. M. B. Fuller Mrs. Lily
;. meeting was "Rich Toward God." Creal, Mrs. Neva Eisenbach, Mrs. see each of. you personally. during the remaining days before the

Taking part on the program Bernice Barber, and Mr. and II I ,election. .
were :Mrs. Cordell Robertson, Mrs. Dean. Holland, all of Bun.
Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mrs. Harry Atkinson I nell; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mageeof
A I have stated in letter to efforts member .
and Mrs. Tom Holden. Flagler Beach. my you my as a
Mrs. Ray Mercer and Mrs.. Gene from School Board District No. 1 would be directed solely in the

r 'Knight gave vocal numbers. Mrs. William Marshall returned : ., best interest. of the'school system in Flagler County. S

I Installing officer was Mrs. to her home in Onancock, ...' "
W. W. Deen. Hostesses for the Va., Monday after spending a : ; Ij

meeting were Mrs. Harry. week. here with her father, ft. .\ -..-.." ":-- :.:...... . Vote For ; ,.'. --,.." 4"'W". .;, l. :.,... ...., }, .
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son and Mrs. W. L. Spicer, tkln.1 I Raphael Sturman and Mrs. Stur . ;:, .:SS Vi ";'f, ',, .
Officers installed:. Mrs. George r -' >#f rrt; '

Clegg, president; Mrs. Cordell man.Mr.. Sturman's son, Dr. William j .: ': :. LOUIS M. ,STEFLIK, :.. *:r 1+\A*HJ' , ; .,, .'
Robertson, vice president; Mrs. Sturman of East Orange, ... '. '- ;*,'> V

Ray Mercer, secretary; Mrs. Lee N. J., was a recent weekend "' :- -. , :.SSf
On 29th \
Blakely, treasurer; Mrs. Rob guest with them. May '

{ Deen, promotion secretary; Mrs. I II Mr.d I _
I Walter Knight, secretary of missions Guests Mrs. Louis (Paid Political. Adv) ..' :::'
; education; Mrs. Ray Carle, Trad last Saturday were their

i secretary of supply work. son in law and daughter, Mr.

Mrs. H. C. Cobb, chairman of and Mrs. Jack Mulholland ands

public relations; Mrs. Leslie ns, David and Warren of Jack

Tucker, secretary of student sonville. They were accompan I "

work;, Mrs.. Fred Geller, secretaryof ied here by Mrs. Paul Mulhol '

f children's work; Mrs. Allen land, Sr., of Jacksonville. Voters of Flagler County: ,

I Reynolds, commissioner of wel

fare and health; :Mrs. Lady Allen Visiting with Mrs. Daisy ,. .
I Buckles the past weekend washer . .
secretary. social relations. I' r' r'. -'' -. .
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Mrs. Lloyd Robertson, secretary I daughter, Mrs. Pauline Hoelof '
I *t I sincerely in the interest of better educations the
,j, of spiritual life; Mrs. Z. H. Jacksonville. urge you,

Holland, Jr., secretary of youth
work; Mrs. Walter Cody, secretary Mrs. Louis Steflik and young,I children of Flagler. County, to VOTE FOR and 'KEEP a DEPENDABLE ;
of literature; Mrs. Gordon I son are visiting in Tallahassee : .

Buckles, chairman of the, nominating this week with relatives. CABABLE 'School Board member. .''

,,. committee. I ..,. ,' .' < '*'. .
THANK YOU feiI
o .Raphael Sturman returned / .
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home Saturday from Jacksonville My thanks to Dr. Canakaris'and

'L where he was in St. Vin., all the hospital staff for was educated in Tallapoosa County, Alabama schools and

cent's Hospital for medical at the wonderful. ,care and treat- .
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tention.Mr. ment while I was in the hos the .
Agricultural College at Auburn, Alabama. I have the PROVEN
pital, and to every one for their
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and Mrs. John Jarosz had visits, calls and cards, all of .
; as their guest over the weekend you helped to make my stayin ability to act as your School Board Member. I have served the pear

their son, Eddie Jarosz of Miami. the hospital a pleasant one. .

't _' I Lewis Woods. pIe of Flagler County faithfully for 16 years-having: missed only .
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i: PAGE-SIX. '. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA_ Thursday May 17, 1962' J

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.: . ij t".; ply'a fe t11lzer'rich .(top of the ball and perhaps slit a good idea_ as it helps "to con-I I mer. ,

the sides of the bag before set- maintains I'
serve m lture.
i For
a vines
complete listing of .
I
ing in the planting hole.
(By Hervey.. I' ganic matter of the soil, in- to plant, ask your county agent i
i i i Before setting are-rooted deciduous -
creases areation, and reduces for Bulletin 571, "OrnamentalVines
Virles serve many ,; plants, trim off long or
'a soil'temperature during the sum- for Florida." ,
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make the one that "broken roots. Place the plantsin ; ,,

like gourds-It's Ideal the hole at the same depth i' -- -

p practical joker.,, Then 1' as they were in the nursery row, i.- -'y' '

c vine that specializes I then duplicate the above plant-,i!i' ; \. NOTICE ::. .

cloth production., ing procedure. 1
I Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be
sold at public. auction at 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of June A. D. i
[ Aside from being a I Be sure to form a shallow basin 1962. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell. V

:novelty vines are the around each plant to catch Flagler County. florida. to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
r g opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertisingDALE
.best friend. They are I the summer rains. Mulching is
I' I B. BROWN.-. _Collector _Flagler County. Florida.

I" :." .practical plants I t NOTICE OF DISTRICT MEETING i Description S T R A Taxes & Cost !{
home. I I OF 3IEMBERS OP FLORIDA I: Tract 1, block 12 19 12 29 20 Voss M __--__ -, 3.83 1 i
CITRUS MUTUAL Tract 2. block 7 20 12 29 10 Fenniman Effie Mae 2.24
Vines lend contract, To all members of Florida Citrus I Tract 2. block 3 21' 12 29 20 Stiller. Benard __ :_!,R:! t(
II Mutual residing in or owning citrus W% tract 1, block 6 21 12 29 10 Harrison Jr.. 'V.A. & on {1
t racter to landscape fruit grove property in Florida J Hope 2.1.
:They acceuntuate Citrus Mutual Commission DistrictNo. I E% tract 1, block 10 27 12 29 10 'Gango Bessie B. 2.24
,; 3. comprising Alachua. Putnam. WH tract 2. block 6 29 12 29 5 Olds T. W & Ruth '_. 1.45 tt
f- lines, especially the St. Johns Flagler. Marion. Levy I Lot 21. block 11 30 12 29 Finneman Mrs. Ella M. .78 .
; I I and Seminole Counties and County I Lot 30. block 14 30 12 29 Stiller, B. .._,._.. . ,78Haisen :
clinging type. I Commissioner's Districts One Two Lot 38. block 14 30 12 29 Arthur __ .78
I.. and Three of ;Volusia County. 1 Lot 36. block 15 30 12 29 Davison. .Jas. __ .18 t
You will find I Ir. 1 I
many NOTICE' is hereby given that pursuant Lot 9. block 16 30 12 29 Steinbeck, John .18
r. creepers adept at to the By-laws of said S% tract 1. & tract 3 i
ida Citrus Mutual there block 6 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith B. 4.33
Flor-I ---- i il
color, form and held on the 23rd day of May., Book 51. page 394 block =
otherwise uninteresting at 2:30 p. m. at City Hall 4 _.... ._ 4 V 13. 29 1 ,Smith. F. T. & Vlrglna 1.42 tRitte.
r : floor DeLand. Florida a meeting Lot 2. block 2, Lake '
r' Many gardeners say, ,I of the members of said Florida I Dlston Sub 9 14 29 E.H. &: Ruby .. 1.42
t I l Citrus Mutual as designated above. BAXLEY SUB
are the best plants to :.I The purpose of this meeting is Lot 28 'Torrance. Tom & Ruby 11.4
t homes an air of I to elect three directors of Florida Lot 5 Thomas Pearl Lee 10.93
Citrus Mutual and to transact such 1 KNOX JONES SUB

F- ing. They use the other business as may properly Lot 2. block E __ Scott Jane -. ,-,...... 8.60
I be considered by said meeting. I Lot 7, block E Giddens Florence 3.96
:, to cover passageways or Proxy voting will not be permitted. -
i Lot 13. block E -:- : Toner Helen M. 1.31
J" pation wallsOrnamental TOWN OF BUNNELL ';*;.", I
I Any one representing a corporate Lots 5-6. block 12 --' '_ Johnson P. S. __ 3.30
vines member of Mutual must have a Block 12A Johnson P. S. 1.98
f written authorization from such Lots 11-12. block 91 <'. Williams 'Varnell 3.30
to wide t( -
adapted a
4 range corporate member to represent' it Lots 11-12,block 93 ' ,. Davis. Eliza &: Emanuel f
f Most of them thrive at the meeting and vote in its be- "!. Hazel __. 11.05
half.Dated Lot. f. block 123Southeasterly .*> Brown 'VUlle &Nathan 1.98
sand, marl or rockland at Lakeland. Florida this U lots; t tMaylord.

ed plant food and 10th day of May 1962.CHARLES 11-12 block 121: ; Nealy &: Johnson I
C. PARTIN ,'" ,Merceda ... 1.14 I
.adequate. Secretary Florida Citrus Mutual. Lots 1101112. block'. -:*..'., 1
Soil preparation is I i May 17-Itc 124 f : King Riley __ 6.45
Lot 9. block 124 ....- Harris Lamar .Jr. 1.98 i I
before planting I I REQUEST FOR BIDS Lot 3. block 129 '_ t{;*'., Stephenson Lula 1.28 s
:spent in getting'the soil The Flagler County Board of Lot 1. block 130 'I,:. Davis Fred &: Eliza DA' 1l.U I
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County Commissioners requests Lots 3-4. block 131 ..-- ,; ? Emely Parramore es- ''

titlth will insure. that ,! that sealed bids be submitted onor ,:": state 9.10. r
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before 8:00 P. M.. Friday. May Lot 9. block 160 --- Dunlap John & Abra- I
f produce vigorous '25, 1962. for central air conditionIng t ham .........._._...... 3.80 !
possibly have trouble. unit installed on first floor 'of Lot 10. block 160 'f, Melvins James & Mln- i I
Courthouse. '' nle _--:.._ 6.45 :
later. I Specifications ,may be obtained Lots 11-12. block 160' : :>: Dunlap Charlie et al 19.19 I
To vine from the Clerk's office in the Court-. NE 25' lots 34. except ,_ !
get a ,
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book 26, page 42,. ,
., underway, mark off : house.JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman. block 161 __ Shaw Flora __ %.98 ;
where will set the ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHS. Clerk Lot 7, block 161 "'J. Pouncy F..J. -& ,Eliza-
you Board of County Commissioners. beth 17:05
plants. Then spread I Flagler County, Florida. Lots 4589. less R/W : :<,. ''.
I May 10-17-2tc US No. 1. block 166 Hall. Thomas ___ 11.05
; ches of compost, peat, I Lot 6, block 169 : Johnson Lillie Mae.,_ 16.55
or well.decomposed m .. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN SW 95' lots 10-11-12. '.
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY block 170 : Williams. .'Varnell '__. G.92
the area. As a topping FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Lots 3-10-11-12.. block :
IN RE Estate of 199 Sheffield L. S. .Jr. 9.10
the area with a liberal EDWARD C. MITCHUM. Lots 5-7-8. block 202 Ralph Harbert _._ 8.60
of garden fertilizer. deceased. Lot 6. block 202 CItizens Bank of Bun- ,
NOTICE OF PROBATETO nell 19.69
I pade, the next step ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Part of tract 15. book .
( the organic martial THE ESTATE OF. .SAID DE- 45. page 27%. block B. 14 12 30 0.21 CItizens Bank of Bun-

'. CEDENT: / nell :.-....................__ 14.90
'moll. I You are hereby notified that a
.HEIGHTS ;
LINCOLN
In muck soil written Instrument purporting to Lots 2-3.' block 5',..-._>t... .i..pt.i.. r 'IiI .', 'Lula-& "Theresa**'& Os-
you I be the Last Will and Testamentof ; 1
bourne &
Jeanet
Warre 9.10
has been admittedto
said decedent CARVER SUB
the organic application
probate in this Court. You are Lots 7-8. block 1 14 12 30 Johnson. Issac & Viola 19.19
hereby commanded_ Vlthn.s.tx. _calendar BUNNELL HOMESITES
months from the date of tne Lots 13-14., block 1_ Major. Charlie __ .92
A't notice to
first publication of this Lot 14, block 4 ____- Underwood, Joe & An-
appear in this 'Court and the show ..... nie __.. .....,_._....__: 1.28
cause of if this any Court you in can.admitting why said action Tract 1. block C 22 12 30 10 Maoris Angeline &

Jules 2.74
'. I WISH Will to probate should not stand Tract 5, except book 42.
unrevoked.T. page 285 block B ___ 2. 13 30 9 A. Ciaberella _-- 2.48
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FLAGLER K. MCKNIGHT. Part tract 5, book 42.- :
County Judge. Flagler County page 285.. block B 2 13 30 l.Q Mrs. L. B. Walker estate -
MAY' : 8th. Florida. 1962. _, 12.24Bylngton
I First publication May 10. Book. 26. page 502..
I May 10.l'1-U.31-4tc block A .. 3 13 30 1.0 M. L. & Kath-

JUDGE'S COURTIN f leen _. _. 22.85H.
COUNTY
I URGE IN THE AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- 534 of S34 of SE 3', _. 31 37 13 30 40 H. Kout estate ___ 20.53

TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN .
CATIONS AND RE ESTATE OF Lot 25 38 .10, 31 9.09 Marine Realty Company 22.35
EDWARD C. Book 57 page 305 40 10 3115.12 Esposito & Company 79.38
ON MAY 29th. MITCHUM.Deceased.. Book 58. page 331 40 10 31 579 Domphe Phyliss & A.G. 6.71
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Book 57, page 461 -40 10 31 23.59 Johnson P. S.Doris 27.91
JOSE PARK SUB
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of Ed-
All creditors of the estate
VOTE ward C. Mltchum. deceased are Lots 39-40-41-42 Johnson, P. S. & Doris 43.05
hereby notified and required to file ARTESIA SUB -

any claims or demands which they Lot 4, block 9 Dompe. A.G. & Phyliss 2.16
may have against said estate in South 2tt acres of lot 10 26 11 31 2.50 i'Varn. Mary Belle&

Ft W. the office of the County Judge of Claude G. _.._.......,___.- 2."
Flagler County. Florida in th SUNRISE BEACH SUB r
th Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida;. 35

within six calendar months from Lots 5-6. block 5 __ 36 11 31 McCumber, Abba .-?,..... 7.21
SCHOOL the date ,,of the first publicationof COCHRAN ''PLACE SUB
\ this notice. Each claim or 'demand Lots 2-3-14. block 7_ 1 12. 31', Jones Florence j. 12.77
vr-
must be In writing and must 'VIIISPERING PINESW .
state the place of residence and % lot 5. block 2 _. Kelly, Joseph W. 1.71
Paid Political Adv.
( ) post office address of the claimant MOODY SUB
and must be sworn to by the claimant Lots 5-6-7-8. block

his agent or his attorney or Moody .._.-_.- Gary, E. L. & Ruth 61.71
It will become void according to Lots 9-10 & South 250' '
law.DATED of North 450' of closed
4 this 30th day of April. ally, block Moody __ Gary, E. L. & Ruth -- 15.28

Notice Is hereby given 1962.Hattie Drucilla Mitchum Lot 22. block 24 Krazanowski. Helen _T 3.67
thereof as will ,be Executrix of the Estate of Lots 6-8. block 28 _ Johnson P.S. & Doris 49.10
set opposite same deceased. N% lot 12, block 31 Mark. Francis & Delora 33.96
Edward C. MitchUm,
will be sold at public UPCHURCH AND UPCHURCH Lot 1. block 38............_ Scruggs. Jr.. C. D. &
office of the City Tax 600 Exchange Bank BuildingSt. Frances _ .._,.._...., 49.60
ginning at 10:00 o'clock Augustine. Florida Lot 6. block 38 Hafer Jr. J. IL....._ 3.67
Florida. .. NANCY c. Attorneys for Executrix Block 41 all & book 57, r
First publication on .May 10, 1962. page 392 ------ Bishop. Hurley. Joseph
; P. 7.71
Lots 10-11-12. block 5 May 10-11-Z4-31-4tc Lot 2, block 50 _..,..._., Turner. John R. & Bessie .

Lot 10. block ,89 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"! COURT, ._, .,.. ,,.-- 31.43
IN AND FOR FLAG1.EH COUNTY Lots 10-11. block 54 < Powers. Mary et al -__ 5.20
SWV4 Iota 11-12. block FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. FLAGLER HARBORS SUB
lot
RE Book 57. page 111.
IN
123 Estate: of 8. block 1 12 12 31 0.2 2\ Green Jr.. W. E. 85.94
AMENDED sun OF VENICE PARK
deceased.
Lots 1-10-11-12. block ANNA JOHNS Lot 8. block 77 Koskela.. Andrew oil VI- .
TO CREDITORSTO --- -' --- ---
124 . . NOTICE n'n -" '"'
Lot 9. block 124 ALL PERSONS AND ALL :. 4,17
Stt lots 5-6. block 130 CREDITORS HAVING CLAIMS OR That part of E% of
Lots 9-11-12. block 160 DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE NEB not subdivided- -
: except the west 500'
Lot 10. block 160 You and each of you. are hereby & except book 47.
NE 25' lotS NE 25 of, notified and required to present any page 199 & book 47 '
SE 20' lot'4. block 161 claims and demands which you. or page 255 & except . -r. ", ,
:SW 30' lot 4 All 5-6 except either of you. may have againstthe book 53. page 280 ._ 13, 12 31 8 Upson. Ida ..,,,_...__a__. 5.92
R/W US No. I, Estate of ANNA JOHNS. Deceased Part of Bulow lot 5. 37 ,,'- -V.-. '
block .161 .- late of Flagler Count, book 58 pages 42-43 3S.12 -"31 0.52PUQUAY Dross/H. H. '&<" Mary 2.66
"Lots 5-7-8. block 202 State of Florida to the SUB
Lot 6, block 202 T K. McKNIGHT. Judge of the Lot 10. block Fuquay ,- Gee. Inez B. 6.71
t County Judge's Court in Bunnell. Lot 5. block 3 Sanford Ruth __ 24.87
'Lot 7. Fran block 261 , Florida within six calendar months Lot 10. block 7 _., McCumber. Abba 3.67
X ot 3. block 1, Lincoln from the date of the first publica- Lots 222324. block 25 Ginn. C. L. .,_ ._..-,. 91.50
Hta. tion of this notice. Each claim or Lots 1 to, 24 incl. block
demand must be in writing and Kloska. Olga ., 19.32
Lots
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TLots 4-5. block 1'. Lin- must state the place of residenceand t-%. block 34 -, ., 'Chueca. Amelia 2.16
coin Hts. ...i.:- poat-ofnce address of the MORNING IDe SUB .
claimant his agent or attorney. Lot 8. block 9 V L. : HoTd.tS.'R: & Doris -. 2.92
Lots 2-S. block 2, Un- All claims and demands not presented Lot 12, ,block 13 .._..__ Whitaker. W. 1L & Lillian
coIn Hts. _- within the time and In the 2.66
L
Lot 10. block 3. Lincoln manner prescribed by law shall be MOBBS SUB
Hts. ._.....----. barred as provided by law. Lot 5, block 1 ..__._ 4 Patrick. Ben F. & Caro-
block 4, Lincoln LOUIS OSSINSKY SR. lyn 58.69
"HtDs ) As Executor of the Last Will Lot U'& S% lot 34.

Lots 1314.- block 1, and Testament' and Estate of, block 2 .... .._.-._.. Haynes Claries 5.70
Bunnell Homesites Anna Johns. Deceased. Lot 11. block 2 _. ._- ... Tongue. Mary B. ..MJJJJ_. 3.57
OSSINSKY & KROL ATLANTA BEACH' SUB ": -* .
TLot 14. block 4. Bunnell ;_ '
Homesites 411 Main Street The south 38"of lot 24. ' r- _. > .
Daytona Beach. Florida & Iota 25262728.

Nancy C. Attorneys for the Estate except: R/W A1A. ', .

May 1047.24.31--4tc. May -l1-U-31-4tc block 5 ..___...r...J_ DeForest- Henry ---:: 26.37"T'



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,Thursday, May '17,' ''1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA '.'" PAGE SEVEN

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Disease 'Starvation Lives in Trees '' another four months, and hugs 1 You can fish in Florida fresh Enough water flows from Flor .

Though often called a bear,]}it close to her when it is tired 'j waters 24 hours a day every day ida's Silver Springs-750,000,00a

iI I Imperil ,Australia's the koala )Phascolartos cin-ereus)1]i jor. cold. of the year. There are no closed gallons each 24 hours-to sup

is not related to bears. It is an j I Koalas are solitary and unag- seasons or size limits. !ply a city the size of New York..

1 Living Teddy Bears arboreal marsupial-a pouched i'! gressive, but they may scratch .
- --- -
E mammal that spends. most of its i j t or bite when handled. If frightened .

The koala, Australians. living time in trees. != the young make a whim- j

teddy bear, faces extinction.I I ; pering noise. In mating season,]
The koala
has large bushy .
Thanks
For Your Vote of Confidence
And i adult males utter hoarse cries _
there
seems fo be nothing j '
t black
ears button-bright eyes, a
the shy little creature can do I that have been compared to the! In the ,May 8th Primary
leathery JI
nose, fluffy gray fur, i
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about it.Millions. I sound of a' handsaw cutting
I I and no tail. A full-grown specimen i I
t thin wood. - On May 29th Vote Again vor"/: ,
may measure slightly over\ I \
of koalas
.
once scrambled
I I j Clumsy on the ground, the "
two feet and weigh about 20
about Australian forests !
i koala is an excellent tree climb- .
Trappers, fires, and illness, have pounds. I Its fingers are strongly nailed, : ' : J. B. PELLICER ): ,
At birth, however, koalas are -
'wiped out I
most of them. Disease 1 and it ascends trees by putting f
and slow; starvation threaten remarkably small. The newborn i, I II
now both arms and legs around the' : .T ,
FOR
s some 5,000 survivors, the Na- marsupial is scarcely three-';! trunk and hunching upward. Aj I -' ,

tional Geographic t Society fourths of an inch long and !I ftally wounded koala may remain i COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT "'4.
re-I I I weighs only a fifth of an ounce.
ports !
( clinging to a tree for some ,,
Thugh her offspring are tiny, a : time after I 4"IvDo "
death.
p The koala is susceptible to a I female almost invariably has '.
variety of ailments Koalas eat only foliage from a \ and Will, Continue, I to, Appreciate:Your
; a fungus only one young at a time. Twinsare '
I disease has.claimed many In re- rare. I dozen species of eucalyptus'!I Vote- and Support :-- ,
( ) trees. become !
cent months. gum They accustomed -
Human encroachment
After eight months in its
I to one variety of leaf,i iI J r
i Is destroying many euca mother's pouch, the koala emerges (Paid Political Adv.)
I
are reluctant to change, and oft-
koala's
lyptus trees, the sole fully furred. The mother carries
t I en become ill when deprived of .. .
source of food. her --- --- --- ------- -- -
baby on her back for
- I thier usual food., The koala seldom -

t I drinks water, obtaining I II
I moisture from leaves. i

I I I: Universally Loved I I MY THANKS TO VOTERS .' '

: I THANK YOU. H The koala's appealing appear
I. ance and gentle habits inspire

\ I HUMBLY: APPRECIATE' YOUR SUPPORT. almost universal affection. Even I Please accept my sincere thanks for the splendid ,
scientific descriptions of the animal -
vote you gave me in the First Primary for Memberof
are peppered with adjectives

William L. (Billy) WadsworthPaid as "endearing," "delightful -- the School Board, and I earnestly, solicit your

," and "attractive," the National -
I Geographic Society says. continued support through the Second Primaryon

( Political Adv.) One writer called the koala I May 29.

"the most; ,inoffensive of all creatures -.
\' ... It asks of life simply i *
I
a convenient fork in a gum tree In addition, I solicit and will appreciate the

NOW where it can repose all day I
while it sleeps, and at night a support and votes of the candidates eliminated inmy

supply of fresh gum leaves. If
race in the First Primary. '
,
TRAILWAYSIIJGETSTO you pick up one that is accus-
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tomed to human it will V
beings
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reach up its arms to you likea
Cockman Rice
t' Myrtle ( )
baby and nestle in your lap, n
t I
with its claws holding on to

your shoulder." .

{ Helpless ,in the face pf danger, (Paid Political Adv.) '
NEW
YORKi koalas usually give up and accept -

death. They now: are pro- { .--
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''ff FASTER teced in parks and game .re-

{ serves. 24 HourWrecker .
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Ellis Troughton, curator of Service
t 'WV
mammals of
s the Australian Mu-

r seum, Sydney, summed up the
Truck & Tractor Co
Flagler
: feeling of this countrymen a- ,
t.-:: >bout koalas when he wrote: MASSEY-FERGUSON

"May their numbers miraculously -
Grove Farm Industrial
1 Equipment
increase to browse peacefullyin I

I f.: sheltered forest reserves, to-I f Bunnell Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242

gether with many others of our I Night ID 7-3529
fascinating zoological heritage j VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER

;t. .- Ride our \ under a perpetual protection i!' Owner Parts&Shop Manager
which Australians owe to them."
t: \ ., E thru expresses ,

over our NEW
f.
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East Florida I
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1. < routeOur : To The People /r,: ,

new route along the
. eastern coastline cuts hours
( off our Miami to New York ; '
5 /;
> / trips.We travel new super- Of '
; .:" J:j highways. Air-condition FlaglerCounty : 5

I' S ing.,Reclining sea J. Restroom -
t It} ;, \ *. Vista-view win- .
Hows. ** '
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It L I WANT TO THANK EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU

FOR THE SPLENDID VOTE THAT YOU ,GAVE ME IN THE

r. FIRST PRIMARY. \

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tIt v' AS MOST OF YOU KNOW, I WAS BY FAR THE LEAD-

'r' easiest travel ING CANDIDATE IN MY RACE. I WANT YOU TO KNOW
earth
on
: THAT I AM VERY HUMBLE FOR THE SUPPORT YOU

r ;Y .. From BUNNEUL l-way From BUNNELL. ...1-way GAVE ME. .

( NEW YORK S30.10 JACKSONVILLE I 51.95

.; Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Convenient trips daily

J S22.75 MIAMI 7.00 . WE STILL HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO, SO LET'S GO

' Thru faster service over(plus 2 hoursI tax) Thru trips daily (plus tax) BACK TO THE. POLLS ON MAY 29th AND FINISH THE. -JOB.. '

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PACE THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, May 17, 1962 ./
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IIi: ''ROBERT F. DYKSTRA cial emphasis placed on leader- Gun Casualties In I, Within the past few years, demand -: "The best time to go fishing
ship and combat tactics. The for Florida produced ly- I is when you can," says an. old 'I
S ;,' n} } purpose of the academy is to chees has quadrupled fisherman.THANK .
Florida In 12-Month
broaden the soldier's professional .

knowledge and to instill him Period Totals 60 S
with the self-confldence and
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sense of responsisibility requiredof ,
Gun accidents resulted in 60 '
a capable leader. .
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casualties in Florida during the
.
Dykstra is regularly assignedas 12-month period ending in February YOU VERY; KINDLY FOR YOUR 'VOTE.
a tandem rotor helicopter me- Thirteen accidents were y

; ; _ chanic in the 65th Transportation fatal, according to the official I MET A .LOT OF NICE PEOPLE. i
ry{: '. Co. at the fort. He enteredthe Firearms Casualty Report main- .
Army in 1954 and arrivedin tained by the Florida Game and

Alaska in September 1961 on Fresh Water Fish Commission. 'i Howard Wisehaupt )

this tour of duty. The 25-year-old 341 .
Shotguns accounted for
soldier attended Hyde Park
C ..FiY.Mf casualties while rifle .accidents '
49 'r'h/ O4 School in Chicago. His wife, Mu- \
(Paid Political Adv.)
totaled 22 and handguns only
'riel, lives in Fairbanks, Alaska. \1 1t'
fr I four. There were no 'air gun ac- ,

I I.y !CHURCH SPONSORS 1 cidents reported. Forty-one ac
I dents occurred with the victim I "
DINNER FRIDAYThe being less than ten yards from I,t' VACATIONS
I Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate ;i
Pentecostal the gun. About half of the accidents -
Holiness
involved under Insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I
Church of Bunnell is sponsoringa youths trip-surance see us. Wherever you go whenever you :
<:
18 of
. Army Specialist Four Robert chicken dinner Friday for benefit years age. I If go. However: you go-GO PROTECTED. ;I;
,' F. Dykstra, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the building fund. I Twenty-six people shot them
Roy C. Dykstra of Flagler Beach, The new church is being constructed selves during this period. The SEE H. T. COOK AGENCYGeneral ,.4
recently graduated from the Yukon on Deen Road. The maority of self-inflicted acci- Insurance
Command NonCommissioned committee in charge of the din- !dents resulted from riding in' a BUNNELL FLORIDA

t\ Office (NCO) Academy at ner said any one wishing to vehicle with a loaded gun or .
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Fort Wainwright, Alaska. have the dinners delivered to from stumbling and falling witha ''S 1- '-/...-...-"...".".. '.... '............ ........J-".. ......-..-.........-.......

( \ Specialist Dykstra received their home may call ID 73772or : loaded gun. All of these shoot- FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
lour weeks of training in various ID 73702. jings I resulted from some form of

a, military subjects with spe- careless handling.
I'
PFC. PANCHELLAAT I Deer hunting accounted for AMBULANCE

CAMP LEJEUNEPfc. only five accidents while small PHONE VAlley 4-1625
t FCLASSZFZED SERVICE
game hunters suffered 31 cas-
Theodore Panchella, ualties. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

'I UHMC, son ,of, Mr. and Mrs. An- I Using a turkey call in thicklywooded Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
i tj'; ADS thony R. Panchella of Bunnell.He .
areas is a dangerous are always at your service with promptness, .safety andexperience.
P; was promoted to the pres- j pastime. At least four hunters:
lutings under this heading are .
t: s cents per word each insertion, ent rank on April 18, while serving ;were shot while engaged in call
;. 75 cents 1. .Iallaam charge. with the Tenth Marine Regi- ,
ing turkey. Equipped With Oxygen Resuaitator and Inhalator
E: EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE ment of the Second Marine Division The annual accident summaryis

On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing at Camp Lejeune* N. C. compiled with. the aid of the Garcia Funeral "Home

r Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and The regiment, armed with 105 .Florida Sheriff's, and is a part .
F all small. appliances. All work I millimeter howitzers, provides of a North American survey conducted P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, shock firepower in support of the | by the National Rifle As LADY ASSISTANT

7-Eleven I division's forces. ,sociation. I I .. .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .. . . . . . . . .... .
50 Granada infantry
y". W. next .".. .. .. ."'.!'. .. . .. Wo.. ... . w"... . .". .. ." ji.". .. .. .':-/1
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- :

4414.: May 17-tfc I

to" HEWARD-$20 reward for name'II I ....
r.,4 or names: of person or persons ,
t' responsible for bending phone > 5

; aerial on my car into a complete I < =

f. I.circle. 'Ralph E. Wood, Box. t: (
t S34, City. 5-17-ltp L = f
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SEPTIC TANK--cleaning reasonable .
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!t. . rates. George Jarosz, phone 'wY Yi +: "I r
"I ID 7.3410 5-17-11-17-paid I
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} :FOR BENT-unfurnished 2 bed. l,-

:room duplex apt. screen porch. Its reliabflitg ;

:.: ID 7.3304 May 8.ttt' :.

FOR SALE-Small cottage, aAA : '
near ... ;: t' lot, excellent location, :{ :
:school. For information call w.. .....:..... ti i

ID 7-3206or ORange 7-7764 eve- x .. Y
s'L nings. 5-10-tfc 93. i r greatest' r


!i'. \ FOR SALE-Flagler Beach, 4 I
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t.. unit apartment house. Partially ... t }.h. r r a single asset r
furnished. Lot ISO'xlSO', block r ..

'. ... from ocean on Main St. Make a
'; reasonable offer. C. L... Ginn, I
.,':' owner, 421 Lemon St., Palatka, When you build a quality truck,
the inclination is to run around
EA 5-3534. 5-3-6-7, inc-6tp
t asking users what they think of it. I

t.;. HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom. We do quite a bit of this. '.
"i'r '. large living, dining area, car- It's a funny thing. You'd think I

,port and utility room, CBS on people would talk mostly about I
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the mechanical features of tho
100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South i
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf : vehicle-the good ride, its power,
; 'S the double-wall construction, cab.I
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed"room comfort, or tough tailgate. '
house at north end of Palmetto .uti ? : These things get comment, of I
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Flagler Beach, on boat # course, but they're consistently I
:canals.,.cool pleasant living, exceptional .55 5i -' outnumbered by expressions of .,
,\ value, beautiful in'terior i : satisfaction with the dependabilityof
:: :' and exterior $$90.00 per I i a Chevrolet truck. Its greatest
;month for September 1 occupancy ' S single asset seems to be the fact
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f Contact present renters S..... that it does its job well day after
Co. day without a lot of fuss or atten '
" or Alexander ,Lumber Daytona
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Beach, Florida. 7.20TF l uY. : } tion-and that's what impresses I
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; 44 a people the most.
'._ '.Ocean front housekeeping apartments :} v4. Quality is the key to reliability.The I
: ; 1 and 2 bedrooms com- next time you have to buy a I'
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.S ;pete with linens and,all utilities: :' ,S truck, call your Chevrolet dealer I
.' : Sun deck fishing, swimming, and make your money go farther. .i
r Hoafing. Day week or month. '
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ro: '.Sun Sea Manor Flagler Beach. 5' ;;

U:-' ... HE 9-2082 7.6tf '5 \ %! iI ,j jI

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JOHNSTON'S I

4 FL&GLER BEACH ,REALTY CO. I : It's Golden, Sales Jubilee time at your Chevrolet dealer's
: LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT S
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i -WATER FRONr. FARMS, -,,.' ,. -' .
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:. "See us for your real estate needs HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY .
i Office Phone HE 9:2242 .
z. Residence Phones ID 7.3691 . . .

or ID 7.3517 .. .. . '
, TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAf"


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