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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 24, 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. 20 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY24: 1962 $2.50 A YEAR
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'Bunnell Host to MASONIC HOLDS COVERED LODGE I[City Commission I CLUB PIERSON'S HOLDING LIONS I Cement Plant


League of SmallMuiicipalities DISH SUPPER May Buy 100 I FESTIVAL, FRIDAYThe Shuts Down for .=.

Bunnell Lodge No. 200 F&AM Lions Club of Pierson will I

will begin the month of June Water Meters hol dtheir Eighth Annual Spring Several Weeks
by having a covered dish supper I
Festival 25. The festivities I
on May ..
I The League of Small Munici-I at the lodge room on! June .
'} palities met Thursday night in 5, A. J. Gordon, master of the An application for rezoning' will begin at 5 o'clock in Henry Burks, manager of the
the Bunnell Civic Center buildIng lodge, said today. I of lots 10 and 11 of block 56 the afternoon, lasting into the Bunnell plant of Lehigh Port- '

with the city commissioners All Master Masons and their from residential to business evening.The land Cement Co., said today
as hosts. families in thecounty are in- with beer license was receivedby "Production of cement at the
Forty-six attended the dinner vited to participate in this affair the city commission at its public: is invited. to attend Bunnell plant of Lehigh Port

meeting which was presided over The supper will be servedat meeting Monday night. Application the'festival. land Cement Co. will be temporarily .. I
by ,League President Levi L. 6 ,o'clock P.M. The ladiesare for re-zoning was made by I interrupted :May 29 for / j
Brannam. Secretary Bob Pearce asked to bring a covered Mr. and Mrs. Charles Worleyj a period of several.weeks. Ship I

acted as moderator for the re. dish. The lodge will furnish These lots are part of the ten I ment of 'cement will not be in-

ports following' the dinner., He the bread and beverage. lots in the block that was up I I Sprinkling Water terrupted and will continue to
said the reports were given on for zoning at the May 7th' be made from present stocks
meeting. Representatives of the I throughout the period.A .
a "Misery Loves Company" ba Is Now RationedThe
sis. CommissionersBuy proposed shopping ,center, who date for resumption of norlmal i a
Officials asked for the re-zoning of the operation will be announced '
and their guests from city commission approveda
! Orange City, Lake Helen, Pier- Whole BlockThe block, withdrew the applicationat plan at the Monday night. later and will be in sufficient
son, Flagler Beach, and Bunnell the May 7th meeting because i meeting: a rationed system of time to assure our costumers a i

were present. Mayors of these City Commission of Bun of opposition tQ the business I lawn sprinkling, beginning this continuous supply of all types: i

cities gave reports of their activities nell has entered into an agree- zoning in that area. Friday night a 6 o'clock.It . of cement. During the idle period ,
Op" and problems during the ment with the Episcopal Church The Worleys also, turned in a I was stated the water reserve shipping department em- ;

past three months. Paving, water tQ buy Block 86 for $3,600. The complaint asking that something had been built up sufficiently ployees and some maintenance

.. shortage, and repairing city block consists of twelve 50 by be done about the horses I during the past 10 days for a employees will continue to work. :

i .. ;parks, were. _leading,. ..topics,. forr. 100[ feet lots and is east of the and dogs in the area. AttorneyH. sprinkling plan. Approximately 130 production I
)' T. Cook ,the
r : suggested com--
4'discussion.: iresenT city owned 'property.. It The plan provides for residents employees will be placed on
:t''i plaint be and Chiefof
Investigated "
After Mayor Eisenbach told located betweeen Moore and west of the FEC railroad to run temporary lay-off, Mr. Burks "
'i t the problems of the water shortage Anderson streets' and Court and Police Wilfred Hunter was instructed their sprinklers from 6 to 9 P. M. continued. .

:: I in Bunnell the past week, Canal.At to make the investigation. Friday.All During the lay-off period em-

t. and how they had to pump water present, the commission those residing between the. ployees will receive state unem .
r into Lake Lucille so it could plans to clear the block and use The June 4th meeting was set railroad and Anderson St. may ployment benefits, additional
r be pumped out to water the football it for parking at the stadium for a hearing on the re-zoning. run their sprinklers from 6 to 9 benefits from a Supplementary

_ field, the "Weeping Towel" and football field. This gives the request. Saturday evening. Unemployment Benefit Plan "
t was:presented to him. Lake Hel city a total of five blocks' be- Gene Barber reported 20 stray Those residing east of Anderson which is provided by the com- I

i en's Mayor Gunby relinquishedthe tween U.S. Highway 1 and Anderson dogs had been picked up this St. may run their sprinklersfrom pany. .,
P towel month and a total of 65 in the Under the SUB plan furnishedby
to Mayor Eisenbach.Pierson's I street. 6 to 9 Sunday evening. 1
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Mayor Ashcraft reported past several weeks. June is "Dog This plan will give residentsIn the company workers who
on activities during the License Month" and it was announced each, area an opportunity to are laid off will receive varying
.past three months and invited, District Deputy Pays that a veterinarian will use their sprinklers each third amounts up to $30.00 per week

t the ;league, to jmeet t..with.. them' 1' .be mat the Community! CenterdfrtgJune.6to4gtve'rab1es day,, provided the pumps will be in addition to state unemployment ;
Visit to'NeW ..
r in August. : 'SmyrnaDistrict ; : able-t6 keep the"reserve"'water benefits : ,
. Deputy Shelton Brooks shots. supply built up.Tentative.' ' Mr. Burks said Lehigh officials ;
Representatives from the Da met with the local union Tuesday !
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of the Masonic his
Lodges paid
ObservanceOf vis Meter Co.
were present to afternoon in effort
an to negotiate
official visit to the New
: Smyrna
discuss a plan for city purchasing

t Poppy Day. Beach was Lodge accompanied Monday there evening.He by. of 100 new water meters. It OK on plan.a new The SupplementaryBenefit plan which is

Keith' Loyell Wickline was decided to advertise for bids now in effect is up for renewal.
George ,
t This Saturday worth George, and Moody.George Sr., Buddy English.Mr. Wads-. on Bids furnishing will be opened 100 new June meters.18th. Watershed PlanTillman would Under receive the new up plan to a employees maximumof

Moody was initiated into After discussion on 'housing I Robinson of the Flag- $35.00 per week in additionto
k> .Flagler County will join other the Masonic Lodge in New needs in the city, County Sani ler: County Soil Conservation state unemployment benefit.,
r cities ,and counties ,throughout tation Officer Frank Boswell said At the
District met with the present company puts
Smyrna ,53 years ago on May 3. city commission
f! the Nation Saturday in honor- he could run a survey to find into the SUB fund a maximumof
. He later became a charter mem- Monday night in regardto
ing the War Dead on Poppy Day. out how: many additional rentalsare five
cents hour. The
the of the per new
ber of the, Bunnell lodge over preliminary survey
r Citizens will be asked to wear needed The commissioners !
offered
plan the
51 Haw Creek Watershed Program.He by company
years ago.Sheriff
, a poppy to honor the dead. asked Boswell to make the sur- stated the Government had would put in a maximum of

. Veteran-made Poppies will be vey.Three begun the survey Monday andit seven cents per hour into the
: distributed in Flagler County by Cites. Time new street lights were is hoped the survey will be fund and would allow the work-
ladies under direction of ordered to be placed at the
young corner ers to draw benefits for
a longer
completed by July 1. He reported
ff- The American Legion Auxiliary. Bars Should OpenSheriff of Moore and Plane Streets; 190,000 acres are included In time with larger benefits, according .
Unit President Laura Morris said Osceola and State and at the
to
said the survey; 150,000 of the acres I the length of time with
Homer Brooks to-
received from railroad
today the funds crossing on Elm St
are in Flagler County 'and 40,000are the company and the amount of
day that he has received complaints
be used A for
sale of
;: Poppies can only request opening up one in Volusia. money in the fund. He said the
that bars outside municipalities
for rehabilitation. and'child welfare block on Church and one on '
The commission went on record plan was turned down at a
,work. I I I are not observing Maliposa streets near the Bass as favoring this if meeting of the union Tuesday
1\lost'i\ the money received the legal closing hours of 2 A.M. Oil Station was granted. program ,,
will remain in Flagler Countyto to 7 A. M. week days and 2 A.1I.to it will help conserve water in night. "t,'
times of ,.drouth and help keep '"
be used' on the Unit's pro. 1 P.M on Sundays.He .
grams. said<< that the Board of Methodist Men the water table up prevent rapid .
runoff of water, and conserve
Commissioners
Disabled Veterans throughout County have by Dangerous Chemical
resolution, set the opening hourof water based ,on Mr. Robinson's
the Nation .have been working Holding One Day
' ,for months in Veterans Hospitals I all bars outside corporate explanation. Found On Shore

r ..: making the vast number of limits of cities and towns as Retreat SaturdayThe
- 1 P.M. He asks the
crepe-paper Poppies which will on Sundays. At Flagler Beach
In' ,of their fal cooperation of all baterators. New DeLand District of
be worn memory High School PicnicIs
. the Methodist Church will hold
len comrades. Deputy Sheriff Walter Eber-
This work is considered valuable Mrs. McCoy Tom its first annual retreat for
Set For May 30 hardinger said today.that a 50-
Methodist Men at Win-
Camp
occupational therapy Attend Stetson
as pound drum of magnesium was
I' and has ,given disabled veterans English Institute ona, DeLeon Springs, on Satur- The Annual High School picnic found on the ocean beach near
encouragement to earn money day, :May 26. (Grades '7 through 12) will
the pier at Flagler Beach late
once more. They are the only Twety-four high school teachers -J Hubert S. Talton of DeLand be at Ponce DeLeon Springs on Wednesday, May 17 and sinceit
paid workers of the American have been admitted by Stet- said the Board of Lay Activitieshad May 30. The buses will leave is very dangerous in presenceof

Legion Auxiliary Poppy Program. son University to its Summer planned a day of activities the school building at 8:45 in water he called the Coast

The Poppies sold locally were Institute in English. which runs which Include topnotch speakers the morning and will return to Guard which came and got the
made In 'the Veterans Hospitalin June 18 to. August 10. Christian fellowship good to the building at 3 o'clock in chemical.
Lake City.CIRCUIT. Purpose of the institute is to singing, plus good eats. The the afternoon Cliff McGriff said
better qualify teachers to teach : day's activities will conclude today. Magnesium, it was stated, will

{ COUR 'HAs, superior 'students in their own I with an evening service of dedication The buses will run their routesas explode if mixed with water.
high schools.. Institute directoris ,. led by Dr. E. J. Pender- usual and all students will Mr. Eberhardinger wants to
SHORT SESSION HEREThe Dr. ,William E. Taylor, asso- grass. All Methodist Men of the report to their home room at the warn everyone' from touchingany

spring term of circuit elate' professor of English.The District are urged to attend. Advanced regular: time in the morning.In unknown object that may
court was convened here Mon teachers will take a graduate reservations will assistin order for the school to be wash ashore. It could cost a life.

day morning, and lasted about course in their specialty, providing necessary accomo- responsible for all students, it He also said that recently a

15, minutes.. observe' a demonstration course- dations.3, is imperative they ride the "full belt" of 50-calibre machine
Since there were no criminal in the. same subject, and participate The new DeLand District' Is buses to and from the picnic, gun ammunition was found on
% gC cases on the docket not even in' seminars. . composed of Methodist Churches Mr. McGriff said. the shore. Although it had been

one under bond, Sheriff Homer Mrs.,Gerald D. McCoy of. Bun- r in Volusia, Flagler, Putnam, St There will be no school for the In the water some time, it was
\. S y Brooks ,said the court was recessed I nell High School will attend the ,Johns and Seminole Counties I elementary students on that still live and therefore danger

in the short time. summer institute... in English. and part of Lake County. I, date. ous.





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I'., PAGE Two t THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 24,: 1962t:5

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I I G. Carle .;J.
B. Harris, : 21 0 gave Carle six runs batted in.l run in the 4th, two runs I'I'lone

L. Bunno -5 i: VV 1 0 Cliff' Wertherington pitch three the fifth an really got going:

t:5: :: M.. Durrance ", 2 1 1: scorless inning an give up one I in the bottom of the sixth when
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P. Barrow 111 hit. Billy Harris took over. :Man- they scored six runs. Billy Har- ,

C. Johnson 000 ager Pache substituted a whole\ (Continued on Page
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B. Irvin '100

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AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ]
: :; ANGELS PITCHING Innings 12345 R 'H Pirates Innings i.12 r''0 3400 3 4 5 R 7 H 6 |

STOPS SLUGGERS 00006 6 4 -
Sluggers '
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-. Tigers 03001 4 4
I .... Blue Angels 1421x 8 4 I FAIR CONDITIONING:.-HEATING i I I'I' I ELECTRIC SERVICE
; : Bobby Robinson pitching no- Two baggers, J. Cook; 3 bag.
2 bagger T. Spicer, R. Werther- 'I
', Ilit ball in the early inning held ger, P. Barrow. I'I' FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING J j I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE
ington, B. Geller, D. Britt; 3 bag-f
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the Sluggers scoreless, till the Win pitcher, c. Werthering-- CO.Of I I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY ,
J. Geller.
of fifth when Britt ger ton; losing pitcher B. Harris. Um- Doytona Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIALCOMMERCIAL
:,' t top the relieved Britt : I I I I
I Winning pitcher, ; losing A .
CONDmONING-HEATING MAINTENANCECALL
N ,Robinson. The Sluggers i pire Pache. AIR I I
pitcher, Spicer. ,
} scored six runs, in fhe top of the GENERAL SHEET METAL I HUBERT PELLICERID

fifth. Johnny unloaded a, triple:I FIRST BAPTIST WIN; "We're Proud of Our Work" ID DAY 7-3448 NIGHT
PIRATES WIN LEAGUE TITLE "
330 Walker. Holly Hill. OR 7-6120
with th .' base full.of Sluggers.: BY DEFEATING TIGERS PINNER MISSES SHUOUT ,

f" .. Johnny was put out at home tryIng -I First, Baptist and Seville oPen- AUTO SERVICEMCDANIEL'S I GARDEN SHOPGray's
,-.: to stretch it into a'The homer. Cliff Wertheringtoh and the Garden Center
ed the 2nd ,half of the league I
win for the Angels was their smooth work of his battery mate I I Headquarter for\ Gardening Need.
nite with
Thursday the First Bap
third. Vy :Mike Barber: was just too much Service Station ,.Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
I I I tist winning 41. Both teams are Materials

y Sluggers Ab, R R for the Tigers. new ,in the city league. Dale STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers ,
I I Pee Wee Robinson playing
Brown Tires Batteries Minor I TORO LAWN MOWERS +
J. Geller 4 0 1 playing left field for the Repairs
P. Barrow : 31 ..1R. with a bad finger managed to Baptist got one hit. Dale was' Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka :Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
1 I get two hits. The Pirates have ORMOND
Wertherington 1 O' 1 quite a ball player on some of

D. Cody , .'. 2. 1 0J I won Cliff six Wertherington games and has lost won one. Bunnell great teams years ago. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I HARDWARE

0 Keep the good work Dale.
Cody: 2 1 up i
;' ,' six games. The Pirates or champ, THAT FAMOUS PAINT
J. Bertha "' 1' 1 0 Tom Pinner missed shuttingout GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I
will play their final to-
G. Barber.. . A.. 1 0 0 game the Panthers in the six In. Open 7 ,A. --10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
day, playing the Young Sluggers.i
.' I 2 1 ,1 ning with a man on first. Hiers
Spicer } Pirates Ab R H State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
Harper / ." 0 1 ...0'f Whitaker 300 hit a long fly to center .1ie d. Dt.W1 '
i' The ball was dropped and Wells, Colonial Service Station
P. W. Robinson 312
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16 6 4, G. Robinson 210 I II spoiled Pinners shutout. Both EARL E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 w
I teams looked The
i good. league
Angels ',i- Ab B HI I D. Moore 110
should have a lot of good fast MOTOR TUNE-UP j
G.'Wertherington 0' 3 0 C. Wertherington r: 1' 1 0 Village Hardwar.. Center
1 I action. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. I
.' PAINTS
B. Geller' ,3 2. 2 M. Barber 322 HOUSE
Seville Ab R H! U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL, {
D. Britt, ,3 \.0. 21 I J. Cook 211 J: Cade ": Match and mix any color

B. .Robinson:: -. .. O. 1 0 I Salyerds it 101 i Jones 4 300 0 1;I ED'SPURE Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

J. Cook . 1' ". 0 0 Spicer V 1 0 0R.Improta I Wells 311 OIL STATION I GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Kelly 3 ,1 V 200: AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
V ; OI I Hiers 300 Specializing in Wash & Waxing I
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E. Rice 3 0 0 1676
V Coleman 1 0 0 TiresBatteriesAccessories j
C.. Clegg '2 1 0 Tigers Ab R ,Hj :JEWELER
I M. Yelvington .- 2 0 0 MINOR REPAIRS I I
R. Improta' 2 0 0 K. Robertson V V 00 I
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Spence 1 0 0 U.S. Hwy. 1-nunnell-ID 7-3138
I G: Worley 401 F. Cade V !I I: BRENNAN Jewelers

-- 16 8 4''H. King 200 Cade. 100J. 200 BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I I Diamonds Fine JeweHamilton-Diamond and Gifts Setting

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R. Yelvington 2 0 0
.. Bulova, Benrus
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Henry ..;.; ;..,,, 1 0 0 BAR & COCKTAIL II 1 Watches
Baker *' l' 0 0.I LOUNGE ,,Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired

: 1 William, .. ;/: .. S'4-'" 0 DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY I 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR,7-505 ,
OFT: R. Smith -100 FROM 9 I
VOTERS
V SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I FURNITURE
M; Smith 2 0 1
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
2913 Ormond Bedding and

r I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.

FLAGLER COUNTY First Baptist Ab R H: COCKTAIL LOUNGE Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
S I
i Brown .. 2 1 1: I I
Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment I
McGriff 2 1
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PACKAGE GOODS R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

D. Metts 200' 9 a.m.a..m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.j I 68 Granada Ormond lick, 0117-6411
Cole 2 00 .1|
Ocean Bird-Flagler BeachBETH'S
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Let's Ross 311 I'PAINTS 1I
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Keep '
Hargett ,3 01 SEASIDE I I

McMillan 200 BAR & GRILL i'JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
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J. Metts FOR FINEFOOD
2 0 0

R. Edwards _. ,300 I I Paints-Finishes
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W. L. DUNSONOn pinner' >. 2 1 0 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I'r 'Paint. Sundries-Wallpaper

\ / Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. 38 W. Granada-Ormond

2344 I I ORange 7.0761

: Innings 1234567 R H E BUILDING SUPPLIES 'I,f r-

OurSchool BoardFOR Seville 0000010 1 3, 1 WICKLINEI ROOFER[ f

Baptist SOllOOx 4 4 5 'EDGEMON ROOFING CO. I

Two base hit, Ross. Winning Building Supplies Manufacturers of

pitcher, Pinner; losing pitcher, CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL

Hiers; umpires King and Smith. STEEL TYPES OF ROOFING

PANTHERS WINCHAMPIONSHIP Fast Dependable Service I
Beach HE 9.2254
11.9 Flagier HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT IN Bunnell Panthers won the ORange 7.5177, 7.1793
BOTTLE GASHARRIS
Flagler County Spring Cham ..
RESTAURANT
pionship 119. S. Wilder held the BOTTLE GAS

Education and Panthers scoreless in the first in- BOTTLE or BULK I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

ning. The bottom of ,the first FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

Burn hit one out to leftfield fora HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
home run. But was out for PHONE H) 7-3551
over running 2nd base. The 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
Help Flagler County Grow
Educational Facilities Panthers big bats boom in the By Shopping at Home; Open 6 M.-ll P.M. at

top of the 2nd. Glen Carle unloaded 146 S. Atlantic Ormond

a long triple to score CONCRETE PRODUCTS I

three. In the 3rd inning the I RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChicken \
Your "Q" For Concrete
VOTE MAY 29th Panthers went wild getting six
Dial CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes
hits an Flash Carle got a two
I DAYTONA BEACH Sandwiches and Pies
BREAKFAST ANYTIME

:4 ,-', ::., TO RE-ELECT > wl1t 1Iilaglrr QJribimr Quillian's Concrete: Inc. Ocean 'Spray Restaurant t

:' ..' BUJII1IfELL. FLORIDA CLEANERSBUNNELL AlA 1 Mile South of Pier 1

I I II Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE


\ W. L.. DUNSON MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor I GIVE' TV CLEANERSWE STAMPS WELLBORN

Devlcmated Official Pvblleatt Open Dally S t* 6 Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
I b.ae ID 7-3188 USED FURNITURE
for Fablle! Notice af Flade
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell New Bedding-Mattreas Renovating
Comty. Maaletpalltletl thereto
School.Board Member Furniture UplaoI8terl.Traete.In94 .
and I he State! .( Florida DRUG STORES Floml Holly Hill-Ct. S-227S

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Entered. aeeoad elaaa ratter PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
Moody's Pharmacy
I February I.U13.at the poataflee
: I Flakier County' Corner Drug store
. Dist. No. 3 I at Baanell Florida* vader aet ol The Flagler Tribune .

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,;'" Thursday, :May 24, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREBgV .
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health instruction curricu'lum, as
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School
Participtes
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f% well as surveying personal !
:';$,1"? In National HealthT health practices. I I

This survey reflects, to some)
; ': Education Study degree, the physical fitness program i s
of the Kennedy Administratlon
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f ::1'; Z. D. Holland, superintendent which is currently be- ( tkroyghout .f
.j i-: ; of Flagler county schools, an- ing stressed nationally. YOlr.
+*7./; nounced this week that Flagler <
The California Test Bureau .
,:, county had been chosen to part -
:. will make the results of this FOOD liST.
ticipate in a nationwide school .. a. .#.:
survey available to school officials x
> 'if
f'f., health education study.
It"...." in order that they may .SM.
!fit'!'. The study is being conducted use, the findings* to appraise the A
'*&:?'- by the American Association for 'effectiveness of local health education x

) .;;', Health, Physical Education, and programs in the schoolsof '
; ,, $
,: :. Recreation, of the Flagler county. ," -' ---
a department. i /" ., # I
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National Education Association Grades and schools which par- ,
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In .
r I ticipated the survey were as "
.. All .K
!: The Health Behavior Inventories
follows: Bunnell, grades 6,9, and "
t; ;". administered to students .
12; Carver High, grades 6, 9, and ,.. ."'': I
:.:'". '.> were developed at 'the University 12; Flagler Beach Elementary G\. : ">>: 1.
l of California at Los Angeles

t...; .,' and published by the California grade 6. ;..."f-\7: 1: .( '- S t"tf';*' ': t'\).: ., -l.1"<":..:.-t: .)':;!vr't t'7: '?',,'"rtj: .....
:: Test Bureau specifically for this ( ; ,
study. I --- j. P.'i4 ;: ... fit ? tk ;
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( f 1 t 4 lt 1; Ii
if The elecentary level consisted .) fM -y k es Sugar Cured "--
:-. of 40 picture-questions ,.,f. l--'ti-'t .
. 4-2
with a choice of three answers- .iI.
k concerned with what t1 ITS I PICNICS ;
: exclusively '- OPPORTUNITYKNOCKING. .
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the does rather than with S ,,
( pupil ggg: 29 ,,,
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., what he has learned or heard, / 6 fete! Marston 8 to 10 lb'FOLGER'S whole 9.i
j'. his daily health habits, diet, Hi
:' routine medical and dental care, TURKEYS 'Thriftway 1 lb. k 11 1 "
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.:,i' :i!. , Telephone LUNA HEmlock BABBITT 9-2093 .I iTo is ,; meM&Wtttt IHI TOW i

\ close the Girl's Auxiliary j Mrs. Laura Alligood visited, \ I
Focus Week which was May 13- I relatives in Lake City over the I : I
r 20,"the evening service at the' weekend. I E
Baptist Church was presented by: I
the:GA girls and their counselors Rev. R. N. Hoover, minister at 44O tkeTumpc3 1Iee4e i f
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\ last Sunday. the Flagler Beach :Methodist j '

. Church, welcomes everyone toi I ,
Front pews were: marked off church service,at 10:30 A.M.,and : I. I. I
; with ribbon for the girls and If .
also church school at 9:30.
to _
their mothers. The girls also / : .: :=:.s--

presented their mothers'with cor- Mr. and Mrs. George Miles I A "

. sages. Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert At
Announcers .for the service Patterson were_visitors in Coral
I were Joyce Robinson and Elea- Gables recently.Mr. I
nor Shill. Scripture was given Flagler Food Store (
by Vicki Moore, Eleanor Shill, and Mrs. Bob Hendersonleft
Linda McNab and Joyce Robin Thursday night for a two ,. ,
son. Julie Brown gave the prayer weeks vacation. They will at- Beach
Flagler
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and Miss Barbara Weaver, tend the Memorial Day Races at ,
assistant, counselor, told the "Indianapolis, Ind., and visit s
with PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. M AY/24-25-26th 1962
meaning of Forward Steps. FolloWIng relatives in Columbus, Ind
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.i that Mrs. Henry Shill, and Tuscola, Illionis.
WMU president, presented a- Center Cut WESTERN

wards to Vicki Moore and Eleanor Sam Smith, son of Mr. and

Shill 'for reaching their first Mrs. Raymond Smith, celebratedhis PORK CHOPS 69
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Forward Step. Closing comments birthday last Tuesday witha .
I were given by the GA Girls' beach party. Games, swim-

counselor, Mrs. A. F. Stevens. ming, cake, ice cream, and a I
weiner roast was enjoyed by r
t Friday, May 25, is set for the I several 'of Sam's friends. Small Lean Palm RiverSPARE
It annual school picnic of the I j. SLICEDBACON
k Flagler Beach Elementary School Mrs. Jim Wilson, \daughter of I
(grades 3.6, according to W. E. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, RIBS 49 49f'Tender
Fennell, Jr., principal. The four I spent a, few days visiting with I :Ib! ; Ib.
classes will go in buses with her parents.after being a patientin
several car loads of parents. to St. Vincent's Hospital in :
Silver Springs. \ Jacksonville. Jim Wilson accom- Copeland's '
panied Mrs. Wilson and son BABY BEEF ALL MEATLIVERib.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitneyand Jimmy, to their home in Lake-

children Kenney, Donna, land last Friday. 49* FRANKS 'U9: <

and Joyce were visitors in Cler- > 1 ,
mont, Florida:, over the weekend.! Raymond Smith attended the
They were guests of Mr. Whit' VFW District Meeting in Cocoa:
I ney's father. last Sunday. He was the elected MAXWELL HOUSE
service officer for the Fifth Dis '

I Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. trict. .. INSTANTCOFFEE
O.; A. Brantley were their daughter -I .i. BAKE-RITE
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Modeled by' Heroes' ",ornament is known as a lava-' regret Who would resurrect the';.say nothing of little Lord Faun- -'
Names Make Clothes I lier, reputedly for the Ducheessde long frock coat named'for Queen tleroy's velvet suit and lace col- }\
Clothing styles often take on La Valliere, mistress Louis Victoria's consort; Prince Albert? lar, which, with the added in- )
That MakevThe Man. the names of heroes who XIV Or Lillian Russell's hourglassdress dignity of long curls, were once i
larized them-the popu-I hat? To forced on anguished little boys.
Bermuda )' Capelike collars reaching below and plume-laden .1.1I .1I
From Stuart to
Baby '
cap I
of windbreaker
ing Jacket (a kind r the shoulder are berthas,
shorts, fashions and 'fab-, ) and the fitted Eisenhowever
[traced to the Frankish queen,
rics are named for 'famous -people
for instance. t
,battle jacket, :Bertha, mother of Charlemagne. -
and places. A man's wardrobe
Carrlgans go back to England's Bloomers weer named for Mrs. 1
is a gazetteer of geographyand !I Vote of Confidence
seventh Earl of Cardigan, Amelia Bloomer, American leader Thanks For Your -
-. history.His who Is better known now for J I in woman suffrage and dress In the May 8th Primary .;.
shoes are mostly 'oxfords, the buttoned sweater than for I I reform. ,

after ity. His England's shirts Oxford be Univers-of soft the fact that he, led the tragic I I Styled for Youth ;,.., On May 29th Vote Again For. <.
may charge of .the Light Brigade in J ' '"'
oxford weave, white :or blue, or a.
Crimean War. I Boys and girls hive their own '
' of striped. flne' -cotton a'sports madrasIndia. Two types of boots and a top famous-name fashions,, among J. B. 'PELLICER t .
; Perhaps he owns coat were named for three men I them Buster Brown collars from
shirt. of canton,.flannel, so called who fought in the Battle of j the early comic strip and Eton "

because it was first trade I Waterloo. Knee-high Wellingtonboots jackets after the student uniformat _, ,, FOR '
of: .
througd the Chinese port recall the "Iron Duke" who
England's stylish preparatory DISTRICT 4
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Canton. defeated Napoleon there. Blu ,school.
I 'His pants, by strange quick' chers are half boots named for. Mothers dress infants in the .
I perpetuate the name of. a martyred the ''Prussian field marshal Von|Baby Stuart cap-a shirred, close- Appreciate: : Ur ':
Continue to
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and canonized physician, Blucher, Wellington's ally in the fitted head covering modeled on : "
Pantaleon, who lived in Romein struggle.The ''one shown in a 17th-century por- Vote and Support .: I
1 the 3rd century. Saint Panta distinctive style of swing- trait of the Stuart who grew up I
leon became, a favorite saint of ing overcoat with sleeves cut to be James II of England. Teen- (Paid Political Adv.), I II'
Venice, giving rise to a stock from the neckline is still,called agers' blue jeans are from
Venetian character, "Pantaloon," raglan, after the first Baron, of Genes, the French word for Genoa I II
I in Italian popular comedy. From Raglan, who served as Welling- Italy, where a heavy cotton :R: r
.1 the actor's baggy trousers came ton's devoted aide-de-camp and cloth, dyed blue, was made for 24 HourWrecker .. ... -:(1
the words "pants" and p nta- lost his word arm at Waterloo. '. medieval work clothes. Service
loons." Women notables, too, have Place-name garments for both I
From Plays and Fox Hunts left their imprint on the world's men and women include Bermuda Truck & Tractor Co. .
The man who wears a fedorais wear. A one-piece hospital bed shorts and Basquet berets. Flagler ,
unlikely to know that his jacket is called a nightingale in I There are cashmere sweaters MASSEY-FE RGUSON :; ; ';
casual felt hat was named for honor of Florence Nightingale, (from Kashmir goats), Ascot ties Grove Farm Industrial Equipment '
the feminine lead of the 19th- the English nursing pioneer. I (for England's race course), and .
century play Fedora, by Victorien Peter Pan collars and feathered Panama: hats (actually made in Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 ':.'
Sardou. Though popularized hats copy the boyish cos- I"Ecuador). Night ID 7-3529 I
'' for women by the Princess Fedora tume of Maude Adams as the Some of the most striking VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER ( \.j 4 J
of .the title role, .the style gay sprite .in Barrie's whimsical I styles of not-so-long, ago are Owner Parts&:Shop Manager '
was* later: modified ,and adoptedby play. A necklace. with'' pendant gone wftK the moths, tofno one's ; ..' 1
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A generation earlier, a hard- '- -
topped bell-shaped riding hat
was dreamed up by an:' Englishfox J

" traditional hunter, William topper Coke had, whose been According to Florida Statutes 230.04the only required qualification a' :

1 '. knocked off once too often in
I the chase. school board member must have is as follows: "Each member, of the county .
{: .: First called a billycock for

I originator the,all-round the sports'bowler, hat when became board shall be a qualified'elector of the county in which, he serves." ;

f a hatter by' that name reshaped .. :R
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curve.after it If caught'was 'nicknamed on at the Epsom derby ; .a'J; In Amy opinion;'I I 'believe'that% member of the board should be MORE' :" ,, f'

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I f' the Chesterfield 12th Earl overcoats of Derby.also carry than just a qualified elector. The position of school .board member is a high i


c going a peerage strong after label two and centuries.are still public office within each county. The board members have a great responsibility .


concealed The single-breasted buttons and style,velvet with to the public and their, actions directly affect the education of our. young .

collar, was introduced by the .' .
"" fourth Earl of Chestefield, 18th- people. -' ': \century satesman, wit, and man
of letters.
! Across the Atlantic, in 1886,
I dowagers of New' York's wealthy :-".I feel that a high degree' off personal Integrity/dedication, a good education ., : ,J
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, ed at a to ball see a in young a tailless man, appear scarlet and a broad approach to school problems are essential in fulfilling this obligation : '


f marked dress jacket.the decline The of innovation white-tie- to the youth of our country. .' .; r

and-ails .except for ultarformal
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The Tuexedo, as it was widely i 1

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't ( few inches of gravel topped 1VIth I in any propagating medium to get them out of the propagation I may take place in a

.(By, .Hervey .Sharpelr ., I. about 4. inches .of damp sand I until 15 ,minutes after_ they bed before they are hard single year. Most are harmless,
ti or, peat. have been'made. looking and yellow. Be sure to I though some cause, great dam

-Propagation by ;tip :cuttings, is Next buy a mist head that Is Make cuttings from four to mulch after transplanting. age 'and loss jof .life.
Ideal for those with more time attached to foot ,
a -long "spike six inches long-preferably with I

than money. type hose connector. Set this the cut made just below the -0_. '
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Even homeowners without a as many leavesas
money hungry mortgage will center of the propagating box possible on' the cuttings. . ,

find the art of growing: roots on and you are' ready- .for rooting Stick them In the propagating -- -- ''''TI'' .
cuttings. medium only one and'nehalf
ornamental twigs an. interesting : Vi
0 Hobby. There are scores of plants to two inches deep and spaceso FRIENDS' -, : .

I that will root by cuttings. These the leaves overlap :about.one- ->' ,.# .

Uses for cutting are many include azaleas, holly, hibiscus, third. Firm and water.

Those with a bare lot can justify I cuphea, crotons and' crape and thank all of that voted
Transplant space cuttings II i I would like ,to you
the project on the need for myrtle. after roots one inch long or "
a ""hedge to hide their activities' The best time to make cuttings I for me: in my recent campaign for School Board.

from the neighborhood. is in early morningsthisIs FEATURED ON FLAGS Your. Vote and, .Support was sincerely appreci :

i V Allowing nature to grow roots the time when the largest Several nations ''feature re \

,on tips of plants ,requires the amount of water is in the plant. ligious edifices, on their flags. ated. .

simplest of facilities. This ranges I I Keep' the ,moisture. ,in :the cut Afghanistan's black, red, and }'. j
' tings by placing them on a banner shows I
'I from a plastic bag containinga green a mosque, ,
handful ,of damp sphagnum moist paper or cloth when' removed reflecting the nation's Islamic .Walton M. Kinney '

moss to a castoff wooden box from the plant character.. . Cambodia's blue. and'
containing .a two-inch layer of 'Do not stick the ends of the red flag ,shows the great temple I

J gravel topped off with a four- cuttings directly; into water \;of Angkor Wat, symbol of Bud. I
when removed from :the nt. dhism. '
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.Thursday;; May 24, '1962 '. . THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA ... .' ,. 'PAGE SEVEN

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FRIENDLY CIRCLE I' Mrs. Inez Hudson and children Guest of Mrand Mrs. Benny ';

ELECTS OFFICERS Inez and Robert, of O'Brien Black for several days is Mrs. i
I'I visited here during the past Black's mother Mrs. H. B. Bag- !
The Friendly Circle of the I
weekend with her parents. Mr. well of Pensacola. -
Methodist Church met Thursday r
i and Mrs. Lewis Woods. (Continued on page 8) ..
LOCALS evening for a business and social __ I

meeting. Officers for the I
new year: were elected as follows ,
RE-ELECT I
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SHEILA WESTBROOK Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucille Cobb, president; Madge J Alfred R. Tucker !i
Johnston, vice president; Carol
HONORED WITH Mercer Celebrate Atkinson, secretary. ; Lady Allen,.' I I
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SHOWER. MONDAY Golden WeddingMr. I treasurer. J j COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4. ... .,

Miss Sheila Westbrook, bride- The installation ceremony will!j "
elect of June, was honored witha and Mrs. J. Frank Mercer be held at the next meeting and!J For Continued) Progress

shower Monday evening at the of, Bunnell celebrated their Gol- will be conducted by Freda Deen I
Harry Atkinson home North Pal den Wedding Anniversary Sun- and Pearl Blakely. Wanda Mer- MAY 29th PRIMARY I II
day at the Lyons home in Jack- cer was hostess for the evening. i I
metto St. Hostesses Miss I
were Your Vote and Support Will Be
sonville. Their daughters, Mrs. Greatly Appreciated 'I
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Lynn Orem and Mrs. Harry At
Leland Lyons of Jacksonvilleand A .,(Paid Political Adv) !
kinson.
Mrs. Otis Masters of St. VFW AUXILIARYTO ._ .I
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Augustine, were hostesses for INITIATE j .I1
the decorations and favors. Cen-
dinner party which was attended NEW MEMBERS } \1
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by twenty
table was a floral arrangementof The Auxiliary to the V. F. W. : i

yellow mums with white ta immediate Featured family.in the decorationswas Post 5213 will meet at the Civic 1! MY 'THANKS TO VOTERS I

pers. Games and contests' were 'Center tonight for a business !
three-tiered white cake
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the evening. They will also initiate two
During the 50 years Mr. and Please, accept my sincere thanks for the splendid' I
Joan Cockrell and Linda Har new members, President Mrs.
in
Mrs. Mercer have resided
I ris were awarded prizes as win Flagler County., Mr. Mercer Clarice Taylor said, vote you gave me in the First Primary for Memberof
Seventeen of
ners in contests.
Miss Westbrook's schoolmatesand served as Flagler County Tax Visiting here :Monday with the School Board, and I earnestly solicit your>
Collector for 30 years. He resigned -
'friends enjoyed the affair. Mrs. Walker and Miss Lucille
Daisy
continued
in 1961 because of, his support through the Second Primaryon
p Miss Westbrook is a member I Walker was Mrs. Gordon
I of the graduating ,class of Bun- health. II Walker, of New Smyrna Beach. May 29.

nell.High School. Her marriage|I

to Mr. James Ward, Jr., of Pa- BOYCE ATKINSON Charlie Muzyka was trans-
. (I CELEBRATES THIRD In addition, I solicit and will appreciate the
latka will be an event of June 17.. ferred to the University Teach. .J

.I'.. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY ing Hospital in Gainesville Tues- support and votes of the candidates eliminated in
i LOUIS TRADUNDERGOES of day afternoon.Mrs. .
Atkinson son
Boyce young
SURGERY my race in the First Primary.
Mr. and. Mrs. Harry Atkinson;' .
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celebrated his third birthday an- Johnny Mercer is a pa-
Louis Trad of Bunnell under- TI .. .
went surgery at the University niversary Friday with a party. tient in the Holly Hill Hospitalfor '

Teaching Hospital in Gainesville.He Ffteen of his young friends enjoyed medical treatment. Myrtle (Cockman) Rice

is reported as improving a lawn party at the fam-
satisfactorily. ily home on North Palmetto St. Tommy Reese arrived here .
Mrs. Atkinson'\was assisted in last week from California where
Mrs. Glenda Pellicer, he has resided for several years. (Paid Political Adv.)
TO UNDERGO SURGERYMrs. serving by
Mrs. Joan '''Peavy, and Mrs. Mar- He is a former resident of Flag- _
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T. K. McKnight is a pa- jorie Atkinson. Ice crear, cup ler County and plans to reside
tient in the Baptist Hospital in cakes and Cokes were served to here with his brother in law and

Jacksonville where she under the young guests. sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Green. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

went surgeryVednesday..
HILSENBECK :Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford of H.
ELAINA LEE. . CRAIG Funeral Director
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Pres. Gwen McGriff and Vice - Bunnell, Mr..' ,and* Mrs. John "
JOHN HAB )lN., AisocLata
Pres. Shirley Chambers attendedthe Mr. and :Mrs. David Hilsenbeckare Henry Mercer of Daytona Beach

District Four Planning Board the parents of a: daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian of New I. 'AmCONDITIONED OXYGEN.

I Meeting of the Business and born at the Holly Hill Hospital Smyrna Beach, were in Alma I LADY I EQUIPPED

r Professional Women's Club Sunday May 16. She ,weighed seven and Baxley, Ga. during the past CHAPELATI'ENDANT AMBULANCES
c in Leesburg. They were representing pounds six and a ;half ounces, weekend, visiting with relatives.

the Flagler BPW and has been given the name They attended the birthday din- Phone ID 7-3532

L Club here of Elaina Lee. ner party 'of ,their aunt, Mrs.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA
-- Kate Waters, on Sunday. .

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would be impossible for me to thank personally : Voters of '
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the many people who worked so hard for

, me in the recent county commissioner race. It was I ... .

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J I sincerely urge you, in the interest of better education for the

I . taken my own District No. 2, Flagler Beach. Even

in defeat, believe' that I am grateful for your I children of Flagler County, to;:VOTE FOR., and KEEP a DEPENDABLE .

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,CABABLE School Board, member. \' / :; f'


Charley RockettNOTICE; <.: 4J.i'4 -'t:" .

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CITY OF BUNNELL DOG LICENSES ARE DUE of Flagler County faithfully for 16 years-having missed only ::4

JUNE 1, 1962, AND ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT '

THE CITY HALL four School-. ', Board meetings during that time. '
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.j MALE and SPAYED FEMALE._,. 1.00 .

FEMALE ._....._....._.._____._________._.._'... $2.00 ". .' ., ,.
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l SIGNED BY A VETERINARIAN MUST BE PRESENTED ;.: .:_ -, \-Vote-- May 29th : ,;.: ,.

:t BEFORE LICENSE WILL BE ISSUED. 1 .I.

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HAVE,A VETERINARIAN AT THE CIVIC CENTER .. .
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Forever will I be grateful for Ing this the most successful judges In the Goodyear Tire I I I covers their activities from May .
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r. iI your thoughtfulness, kindness, year, !i and Rubber Company's Soil Con- 11, 1961 through April 30, 1962.

&t NEWS I visits, flowers, gifts, and pray- GOODYEAR ,AWARDS' CONTEST I servation. District Awards contest I The decision of the judges will

ers.To Chairman R. W. Deen, Jr., of i The contest is betweene be announced at the State Convention -

the entire staff of your excellent -: the Flagler SCD has announced (! the 59 soil conservation districts of Florida Supervisors .

t Continued From Page 7 hospital, my thank-you, that the supervisors of the Flag.. I'I.in the ,State of Florida and it August 15.17 in Jacksonville.

t I could not have had better care -'
Mrs. M. L. Johnson has ler SCD have submitted their j
re in the arms of my own family.

f turned to her home on North Thank God for such wonderful Goodyear Score Sheet and docu- I NOTICENotice

mentary material to the state !
I' AlA from the Halifax HospitalIn people, you have my love al-

Daytona Beach where she May God bless and keep is hereby given that the following described lands will be
ways.
sold at public auction at 12 o'clock
noon on the 1st day of-June A. D.
recently underwent surgery. you. I TV SERVICEALL 1962. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse ,in Bunnell"Flagler .
County. Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
t The,Royal Neighbors will meet Sincerely yours, opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising

Drucilla Mitchum. DALE B. BROWN Tax Collector. Flagler County. Florida. ,!
!f. at the home of Mrs. 'Eugenia MAKES

Allen Monday night, May 28, at Agent For Description S T R A Taxes .t Costs JI
i Tract 1. block 12 19 12 29 20 Voss. M. _,,_ 3.83 I
R 7:30.: Mrs. Blanche Akers said Tract 2. block 7 20 12 29 10 Fennlman. Effie Mae 2.24 :

f.' today. CONSERVATION NEWS RCA & PHILCOTUBES Tract 2. block 3 21 12 29 20 Stiller. Benard __ 3.83 1
.II' 'v% tract 1. block 6..:. 21 12 29 10 Harrison Jr., W Ao & .
Hostesses for the will Hope ,
evening
f 2.74 i
By Tilmon W. Rohinson & ANTENNAS SOLD E% tract 1. block 10 27 12 29 10 Gango. Bessie B. 2.24 i.I
f" be Mrs. Allen and Miss Mae I AND INSTALLED W% tract 2. block 6 29 12 29 5 Olds. T. W. & Ruth __ 1.45 J
Lot 21, block 11 30 12 29 Finneman. Mrs. Ella M. .78
l" Keifer. All members
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; are urged SOIL STEWARDSHIP WEEK Lot 30. block 14 30 12 29 Stiller. B.Haisen _- .78
O.J, to attend. The Flagler Soil Conservation TUBES TESTED FREE Lot 38. block 14 30 12 29 Arthur .78
I Lot 36. block 15 30 12,29 Davison Jas. _<._ .78
:' District will again sponsor Soil Lot 9. block 16 30 12 29 Steinbeck. John _. .78
Dr. F. A.Reynolds will repre- 'I S% tract 1 & tract 3

sent the Florida State Dental So- Stewardship Week in 1962 as in TV BobFLAGLER I block 6 ,. ......_..- .._.. 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith B. 4.33 ,
: years past. Book 51. page 394, block II
ciety in Jacksonville today at a I 4 4 13 29 1 Smith. F. T. & Virgina 1.42
Soil Stewardship Week this Lot 2. block 2. Lake '
, meeting of the Florida Committee BEACH Diston Sub 9 14
year will be May 27-June 3. All I 29 Ritts. E. H. & Ruby_ 1.42 .
BAXLEY SUB
on Rural Health. He will i PHONE HE 9-2204
\: churches in Flagler County have Lot 28 Torrance Tom & Ruby 11.24
! present a paper on "Fluorida- I Lot 5 Thomas. Pearl Lee __ 10.93
been asked to participate in the I KNOX JONES SUB.
t. Lion in Rural Areas. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I f I Lot 2. block E Scott. Jane .. -. 8.60
... program. IN AND FOR FLAGLER Lot 7. block E _
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THANK YOU The Flagler District Soil Stewardship TY FLORIDA. IN COUN-1 Lot 13, block E ---...:.- Toner. Helen M. 1.31
IN RE: TOWN OK BUNNELL "
; Dear Citizens of Flagler County Chairman A. B.. John- Estate ofANNA Lots 5-6 block 12 Johnson P.S. 3.30 I
JOHNS. Block 12A Johnson. P. S. 1.98
ston is the --
; : asking cooperation Deceased. Lots 11-12.. block 91 Williams Warnell 3.30 I

J.' I.was. a stranger lost in I 10f all:churches, schools, civic organizations NOTICE OF PROBATE Lots 11-12 block'93 '\ Davis. Eliza & Emanu-
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
S el.Hazel, .... 17.05
t-; tragedy and you took me in. and others in makI THE ESTATE OF SAID DE Lot 1. block 123 .-_ J Brown Willie &Nathan 1.98
CEDENT: Southeasterly % lots

r' You are hereby notified that a 11-12. block 123 Maylord Nealy & Johnson -

I written instrument purporting to Merceda ........._ _... 12.74
' p be the Last Will and Testament of Lots 1-10-11-12 block r. .
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has admitted
said decedent been to ) ;
: 124 : King. Riley __ 6.45
this You
probate in Court. are
; Lot 9. 124. ... ,, Harris, Lamar Jr. 1.98
hereby commanded within six calendar ,
: : I WISH TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION months from the date of the Lot 3. block 129 Stephenson. Lula __ 7.28 I
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Davis. Fred & Eliza DA 11.24 ,
first publication of this Notice to
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Lots 3-4. block 131 __ .
Emely Parramore es-
in this Court and show
r r TO THOSE WHO VOTED"FOR-ME IN 'THE MAY appear caJlse. if any you can why the action Lot 9. block 160 __ "="1, state '".:.,-._.'.- 9.10 I
: Dunlap John & Abraham ,f
. .. of this Court in admitting said w
Ii I; Will to probate should not stand __....._.._............_...-. 3.80 ,
Lot 10. block 160 .
, unrevoked. ., Melvlna, James & Minnie -
r 8th' PRIMARY.r / _' I (County Judge's Seal) s. ...__________ 6.45 I
Lots 11-12. block 160"
+ Dunlap Charlie et al 19.19
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; Kinney 411 Main Street Lot 7. block 161 Pouncy F. .J. & ElIza-

Daytona Beach Florida beth., .. 17.05
Attorneys for the Estate Lots 4-5-8-9. less RAV

i May 10-11-24-31-4tc US No. 1, block 166 Hall. Thomas ________ 17.05
t 4r. 4- I Lot 5. block' 169 .' Johnson Lillie'Mae ....:.. 16.55
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JUDGE'S: COURT SW 95' lots 10-11-12.
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IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY block 170 Williams. Warnell 5.92
. i NOTICE Precinct No. 3-A, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Lots 9-10-11-12. block:
. Notice is hereby given that pursuant Korona, Flagler County. Florida. IN RE Estate of 199. ---_ ( f Sheffield L. S. Jr. __" 9.10
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to motion, duly made seconded Vote in Church Hall Korona. EDWARD C. MITCHUM. Lots 5-7-8. block 202 _, '....: 'Ralph Harbert __ 8.60
'. and carried by the Board of Imogene F. Strickland.. Ruth C. deceased. Lot 6. block 202 --.:.. Citizens Bank of Bun- -
County Commissioners of' Flagler I NOTICE OF PROBATETO nell 19.69
A' County. Florida .at a Regular I]Inspectors I ; ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Part of tract 15, book

i, Meeting of said Board held on the i Precinct No[ 4 IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-. 45, page 272.. block. B.. 14,.. 12:.,?:,30 0.21 Citizens Bank of Bun-'; .
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i. 7th day of May. A. D. 1962 inspec7 '-I,I Vote in St. Johns Park Community CEDENT: : -H: ,, nell ..-.> 44.90 ;
tors and Clerks of each Election Hall. St. Johns Park. Flag-. You are hereby .notified that a LINCOLN HEIGHTS ,
7 District or Precinct in Flagler I I ler County. Florida. writtep instrument purporting to Lots 2-3 block 5 Lula & Theresa & Os-
County Florida were appointed,!I" Gertrude B Ramsey Virginia P. be the Last Will and Testamentof bourne & Jeanet Warre '.10 1
r, and voting places!! or polling places!!I Holt .Jo Ann Crews. Inspectors; said decedent has been admitted CARVER SUB
, for each Election District or Precinct Eva: R. Wiser clerk., I to: probate in this Court. You are Lots 7-8. block 1 14 12 30 Johnson Issac & Viola 19.19
f.' in Flagler County.' Florida, j I Precinct No. 4-A hereby commanded within six cal- BUNNELL HOAIESITES '

i b were designated for the Second 1 Vote in Masonic Hall. Bunnell. endar months from the date of the Lots,, 13-14. block 1_!- Major. Charlie ___......,? .92
Primary Election to be held on 'Flagler County Florida.' first publication of this notice to Lot 14, block 4 -. Underwood. Joe & An
t. Tuesday the 29th day of May A. D. I Jennie R." Green Amorette D. ,i appear in this Court and show 1.2&
1962. the said Board of County Wells, Margaret Harding Inspec- I cause if any you can. why the action Tract I, block C 22 12 30 10 Maoris, Angeline &
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I\. Commissioners of Flagler County. tors; Grace Wray. clerk. of this Court in admitting said Jules 2.74
r" \ ,Florida, having appointed the following i Will to probate should not stand Tract 5. except book 42.
named persons as Inspectors I Precinct No. 5 unrevoked. 285. block B'_ 2' 13 ,30 '.
; page 9 A. Claberella ____ 2.48
., and Clerks _,respectively and having Vote in Community Hall Espanola. -I I T. K. MCKNIGHT. Part tract 5. book 42. '

. designated the following votingor Dallas. Flagler Gordon.County Lucile Florida.B. Cobb. I County Judge, Flagler County page 285. block B 2 13 30 1.0 3Irs L. B. Walker estate -
polling places for said Election: Florida. .-
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, Precinct No. 1Dunnell. I Frances N. Robertson Arnold. Inspectors clerk. ; MarJorie First publication May 10, 1962. Book 26. page 502. +

Flagler County. Florida. May 10-17-24-31-4tc block A _-, : 3 13 30 1.0 Bylngton. M. L. & Kathleen -
Vote in the County CommissionersRoom Precinct No. 5-A COURT 22.85
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in Flagler County Courthouse Vote in Johnson Building. AlA IN THE COUNTY S12 of S% ot SE% 31 13 30 40 H. H. Kout estate 20.53
I Highway. Marineland. Flagler IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- 37 '
at Bunnell. Flagler County
Florida. County. Florida. TY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Lot 25 38 10 31 9.09 Marine Realty Company 22.35
. Letitia L. LeGreve. Margarete IN RE ESTATE OF Book 57.. 305 40 10 31 .
Flossie Richardson. Geneva ,Rod- page 15.72 Esposito & Company __ 79.38,
r Bers Myrl Thatcher Inspedors'J. ; Collings. Marion L. Atkins. Inspec- ,EDWARD C. MITCHUM. Book 58. page 331......... 40 -10 31 579 Doraphe Phyliss & A.G.r 6.71 "
tors; Coley D. Mitchell clerk. Deceased. Book 67; 461 40 10 31
earl Woods, clerk. CREDITORSAll page 23.59 Johnson. P..S. & Doris 27.91 "-
NOTICE TO
By order of the Board of County JOSE I'ARK SUB S
Precinct No. 2
SLots
t., creditors of the estate of Edward '
, ; Flagler Beach Flagler' County. Commissioners of Flagler County. 39-40-41-42 Johnson. P. S. & Doris 43.05 .
C. Mitchum deceased are
I Florida in regular meeting at Bun-
l! Florida. Vote in the Flagler Beach ARTESIA sun
hereby notified and required to file
nell. Flagler County Florida this
Recreation Center. Flagler Beach. 7th day of May. A. D. 1962. any claims or demands which they Lot '4, block 9 Dompe. A. G. & Phyllis 2.16 I
Florida. t
r' have said estate in South 2 of lot 10 26 11 31 '
Esther Juengllng. Esther Hydt. JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman may against acres 2.50 Varn. Mary Belle &
the office of the County Judge of
Claude G. ,. 2.66
. Catherine Wilson. Inspectors Flos-I of the Board of County Commissioners -
.... ale Haines. clerk. ; | of Flagler County. Flagler County Florida in th SUNRISE. BEACH, SUB' I i I
th Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida, 35 f
Precinct No. 3' Florida. within six calendar months from Lots 5-6. block 5 36' 11" 31 "
McCumber Abba : 7.2*
(fATTEST '
,i Haw Creek Flagler County, Flor- AND COUNTY COMMISSIONER the date of the first publicationof COCIIRAN PLACE SUB -
ida. Vote in Community Hall Haw !* SEAL AFFIXED this notice. Each claim or demand Lots 2-3-14, block 7_ 1 12 31
K. Jones. Florence .,. i 12.77
.... .Creek. I E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk of Board must be in writing and must WHISPERING PINESW .
Doris C.Tucker. Mae Keifer Naz- County Commissioners of Flag- state the place of residence and % lot 6. block 2 .' Kelly. Joseph W. 1.71
ler Florida. ,
lL hla TradMInspectors; Taudy Bowden County post office address of the claimantand MOODY sun '
clerk. .I MaY' 24-Itc 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',
F': NOTICENotice of North 450'.of closed \

law.DATED this 30th day of April. ally block Moody Gary E. L. & Ruth._. 15.28'Lot

that the following described lands much I 1962. block 24 =
Is hereby given or so Hattie Drucilla Mitchum 22. --- Krazanow kl. Helen 3.67
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein Executrix of the Estate of Lots 6-8. block 28 ___ Johnson P.S. & Doris 49.10
7 set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising C. deceased. Ntt lot 12. block 31 Mark Francis & Delora 33.91.
Edward Mitchum.
will be sold at public auction on on the first day of June 1962. at the UPCHURCH AND UPCHURCH Lot \f. block 38 Scruggs Jr., C. D. &: .
office of the City Tax Collector in the Community Center Building beginning Frances.49.60
r!. at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. in the City of Bunnel. Flagler County 600. Exchange Bank Florida BuildingSt. Lot 6. block 38 .._..- Hafer. Jr. J. H. 3.67
Florida. NANCY C. RODGERS CftTax Collector City of Bun- Augustine. Block 41 all & book 57.

I'i nell. Florida. Attorneys First publication for Executrix.on May 10._ 1962. page 392 ..r.._.:...._._..... 'P.Bishop Hurley Joseph 7.71

Lota 10-11-12. block 5 c. K. &: Martell Hunter 3.20 May 10-17-24-31-4tc Lot 2. block 50 Turner. John R. &: Bes-
James & Lillian Gid- .If! _._____ 3143
i- Lot 10.; block 89 : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE": COURT,
dings., 23.50 IN AND FOR. FLAGLER COUNTY Lots 10-11. block 54 Powers, Mary et al 6.20:
he SW 14 lots 11-12 block FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. FLAGLER HARBORS SUB
123. '., 'Nealy Maylord &: Mer IN RE Book 57. page 111., lot .
:
it U .. ceda Johnson -.. >...... 24.00 Estate of 8, block 1 12 12. 31 0.22 Green. Jr., W. E. _.85.U
." Lots 1-10-11-12. block ANNA JOHNS, deceased. AMENDED SUB OF* VENICE PARK ..
,r. 14. : Riley King 8.20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Lot 8, block 77 _____ Koskela Andrew &: 1-:-* ,

./Lot 9. block 124 i Lamar Harris. Jr.' ___ 7.70 TO ALL PERSONS AND ALL na ,.. i.. ... -.' 4.17
, S% Iota 5-6 block 130 ,. Beatrice Nelson 23.00 CREDITORS HAVING CLAIMS OR That part of E% of '
Lots 9-11-12. block 160 Abraham &: Bridena DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-' NEB not subdlvided-
Dunlap 23.50 TATE: except the west 500' .
t- Lot 10. block 160 Minnie. & James Melvin 9.50 You. and each of you. are hereby &: except book 47.
:: "NE 25 lot 3 NE 25* of notified and required to present any: page 199 & book 47 '
SE 20' lot 4, block 161 r, Flora Shaw .... 4.60 claims and demands which you. or page 255 &: except
f' S'V 30'lot 4 All 5-6 exr either of you. may have againstthe book 53. page 280 13f,,12. 31 -t.8 Upson. Ida ., 5.92
cept R/W USA No.1. Estate of ANNA JOHNS Deceased Part of Bulow lot 6.17" < ':'.
t,t block 161 _..!..... ..._ \V. H. & Carrie Hill __ 55.50 late of Flakier County. book 58. pages 42-43 38. 12.31 0.52 Dross. H. H. & Mary. 2.6C
,Tx>ta 578. block 202 _*" Ralph E. Harbert. 2.30 State of Florida to the Honorable FUQUAY SUB
I., -,. 'Lot 6. block 202 _, Citizens Bank of Bun- T. K. McKNIGHT. Judge of the Lot 10. block Fuquay Gee Ines B. _..-..._ .._, .71
, nell 2.80 County Judge's Court in Bunnell. Lot 5. block 3 Sanford. Ruth __..._.._ 24.87
'. Lot 7. Frac. block 261 Unknown ,. .. , ,.. 1.40 Florida, within six calendar months Lot 10. block 7 __ McCumber Abba 3.67
t't Lot 3. block 1. Lincoln from the date of the first publication Lots 22-23-24. block 25 Ginn C. L. .......,.,......-. 91.50
: Hts . + Jasper & Mary. Anderson of this notice. Each claim oJ' Lots 1 to 24 IncL. block. .
S 1 __' 15.00 demand must be in writing and 3Z Kloska. Olga ..._r9.32'
.' Lots 45. block 1. Lint must state the place of residenceand Lots 1-!. block 34 --?:. Chueca. Amelia. _____ 2.16
coIn Hts Jasper & Mary Anderson post-office address of the MORNINGSIDE -

l _____________ '.4.00 claimant his agent or attorney Lot 8. block 9 _____ Hord. & R. & Doris 2.92
'. Lots 2-3. block 2. Lincoln . r. All claims and demands not pre- Lot 12, block 13 Whltaker. '\V.IL Jfe Lit.
Hts. -._..__..-._ ._.0.Ed & Lucy London. 3.70 sented within the time and in the lian 2.66
Lot 10. block 3, Un- r. ", manner prescribed by law shall be MOBDS SUB -

coin IIts. .... .... W. IX. & Carrie Hill _. 1.45 barred as provided by law." Lot 5.. block 1 ._._... ,,. 1Patrick. Ben F. &: Caro
Lot 9. block 4. Lincoln LOUIS OSSINSKY. SR. 58.69
Hta Gladys Mills _:._. 3.70 As Executor of the Last Will Lot 33 & 8% lot 34.

'f Lots 1314. block 1. ...- and Testament and Estate ot block Z' Haynes. Clarles ---.... 5.70
_, Charlie Major 1.45 Anna Johns. Deceased. Lot 11. block 2 _
tx Bunnell Horaesltea .. Tongue .Mary B. -_ 3.67
Lot 14. block 4, Bunnell -. OSSINSKY & KROL ATLANTA BEACH .SUB- '
Homesites .__ ____-_ Joseoh & Annie Under-. 411 Main Street The south 38 of lot 24.
: wood ______ .00 Daytona Beach. Florida & lots %25-2C-27-28

':_:'<, Nancy C. Rodgers City Tax Collector City of Bunnell. Florida Attorneys for the Estate wxceot R/W A1A ,' ..... = .._ ,....

J'" t, May 10-n-C-Sl--ttc May 10.17--31-41e block 5 DeForest'Henry .,.;....,: 28.37
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Thursday, May 24, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. ,FLORIDA PAGE. INE I
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first place in the city softball the Blue Angles, Tigers and p; Dan Cody, Ib; Bobby Robin I Mike Robinson, 3b; Greg* Robinson < ( !

.tJ sPoPE1 league Monday rite, defeating! Sluggers.. All boys meet at the son, 3b;_ John Cody, 2b; Russell I If; Donald Moore, Ib; Cliff ltI :
'I the Baptist Church 91. II j new park 3 P.M. .:May 26 Wertherington, cf; Darrell Britt, Wertherington, p; Jimmy Travis; 1 1I
I | All Stars- Glen Carle, ss; c; Benny Geller, If. I ss; :Mike Barber, c; Geo. Revels
NOTES I I The church team scored their* Gordon rf Harris Pirates-Ty Whittaker 2b I I cf rf. r
Worley, ; Billy ; ; Dudley Improta,
1 I lone run on a long home run by I I I
Continued From 'Page 2 'Terry Ross. Wadsworth broke j .1
the wide : in the first;
game open -
ris settled down and struck outS. '
inning, scoring 5 runs on three
Wilder and McNitt to win the ."' .
hits, one walk and two errors.!
game.. Both team play good i
Tommy Durrance, the old '
sportsmanship ball and will pro To The People 7
.... meet again in the fall. big big bat boom boom for the I II ,,_
two long doubles. Gale Mercer .
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Panthers Ab R H I 'I J
scattered 5 hits over six innings. : 1
G. Carle 3 1 2 I

J. Roberston'1 1 1 -Tonight game, May 24, Clinic I; Of > '

G. Worley 3 0 0 vs. F. B. c., Wadsworth Seville.] Flagler County,: ," . : .1
K. Robertson ,,' 1. 0 0 F. B. C. Ab R HI :
. D. Britt = 2 0 '1 Ross 312 I
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B. Geller 1'0 1 D. Metts 301
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D. Cody \ (1, 1 OJ, Cole .300 i IT IS YOUR DUTY AND OBLIGATION AS AN AMERICAN ,

J. Cody : }, . 2 1 11 i Pinner 300 I CITIZEN TO VOTE. WITHOUT YOUR INTEREST AND PARTICIPATION it
\Vertherington ,, 2 1 Hargett 200 "
WE CANNOT HOPE TO HAVE GOOD GOVERNMENT,
B. Robinson ,,2 ,1 ,1 Improta 200 -
P. Barrow 1 .0 0 Hardin 201 AND FOR THIS REASON, I URGE EACH AND EVERYONE OF '3l I
'TO GO TO THE POLLS ON MAY 29th AND VOTE.. E
YOU
E. Rice 3 2 1 J: Metts i .200
D. :Moore I' 0 0 Hilsenbeck .. 200 ,I
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P. Robinson 2 1 1 c''

M. Barber 2-00' -I !1 I ,: 2515 THE SECOND PRIMARY IS MUCH MORE IMPORTANT THAN ;j
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Wertherlngt'
c. 22 2 <
, THE FIRST BECAUSE THIS IS ACTUALLY 'THE TIME YOU WILL 'Z
B. Harris ;,' 1 1 Wadsworth ".. ".. Ab. R H
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J. Geller S 0 ,0 11 Rodgers ; 221 SELECT THE PEOPLE WHO. WILL SERVE YOU IN VARIOUS ""
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D. Burnsed '\ 311 OFFICES. S -
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31 U 12 Wall -.. -, 300 J
C. Sheffield ; ,210
Rebels Ab R H <
J. I. Sheffield . 3 3 2
f- Burns '. 321 Durrance ., 3 1 2 .AGAIN, I URGE YOU TO VOTE ON MAY 29th ;. : .. .. .
McNab 401 Todd 211 '
T. McDaniel 320 .
Cummins 301 ,
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A. McDaniel,3 1 2 '
Schatz 100
W., Owens.. = 321 Mercer 200 Herschel t"'f
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S.McNitt Wilder r. 3'300 0 11 24'9 81! King \ ; = .

J. Gordon. :- '311., '. Innings 123456 'R H1 1 CANDIDATE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ' s. :}';' ..
Marzinko 110 F.B.C. 00000115 ,, II'.
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Wadsworth 511027 9 8 DISTRICT NO. 1 ,
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Three baggers Durrance (2),
Innings 123456 R H D.xBurnsed: 1; home run; Ross. .

*' Rebels 000126 9 7 Winner, G. ,Mercer; loser, Pin. (Paid Political Adv) .
'y Panthers 036020 11 12 ner. Umpires King and Smith.
Two base hit G. Carle; 3-base Scorer J. Crews. Mt .
r' hit, D. Britt and A. McDaniel. I I

F Winning pitcher, C. Werthering- ALL STARS TO PLAY AI .
t ton; losing pitcher, S. Wilder. CHAMPION PIRATES

(. Umpire Miller and Seale. Bunnell 'midget league all , ".-.t.' It': ... .
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stars will meet the champion Pirates :7' : . '
WADSWORTH WINS Saturday at 3:30 at the '. _ r. .
:I SECOND STRAIGHT city .league park. The all stars ';
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t.- Wadsworth Lbr, Co. took? over will be six players each from --, -. :


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Jerry Carter Says: .....
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is I want to thank all the good citizens \\ :
of Florida, specially the ladies and )
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their organizations, as well as the .. it ..."i',
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and also the' .
men and ihtirs members "
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, of the Junior Chamber of ,Commerce \4\ .
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and Young Democrats for the magnificient
support they gave m. In the first primary
'and solicit their activity and vote In my
behalf In the coming run-off primary.

i In the first primary 'JLfl out of the State's r
Jerry'Carter LEAD in QU 67 Counties 1

Counties .ach gave Jerry Carter you aA
40 MORE VOTES than all other opponents
combined I
: t Counties each pl.ced Jerry Carter
) 'FIRST. with a big majority each of
these Counties.
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,JERRY CARTER has saved the .

Florida Residents nearly : .


F$200,000,000.ON ,

ELECTRICITY, .GAS',and PHONE ilLLS. $:.

BE A THOUGHTFUL GIVER. .

: A PROVEN RECORD NOT PROMISES

TALLAHASSEE AREA -Jerry Carter"was'directly responsible for refundsto ; Give Better ElectricallyMake
the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company in North Central .
and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 miCon.

,SOUTH nOfilOA'- Four {4)) separate rate reductions on Florida Power it an electric gift and you make it a special
and Light Co. were ordered by the commission in 1957 reducing -
occasion. It's the to remember the
perfect
electric light' rates $4.725,000 annuaDy. Another$200.000 in 60. an. ", way
! other 6'/ nuSion In I960 and another for $2 nuBon. Total nearly $15 day! You can find an "all star*' assortment in No Guessing
million in this vast area alone. any price range and for every age and taste.Gifts ELECTRIC GIFTS
I PENSACOLA The 'Commission ordered rate reductions of $257,501 to entertain, to cook, to help with home chores. are a Blessing!
."{ annually -went into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.). Welcome gifts that keep on giving for years.
JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to'$105,727 (JacksonviBe So practical, so pleasure-packed! Ca Mother's Day e birthdays
\ Gas Co.) Father's Day e weddings ,
MADISON -.Commissioner,Carter brought before the commission the ;. And for that really special gift: a foTnpfcss auto- e anniversaries .
phone company serving Madison into a public hearing on rates and an matic electric range, clothes dryer, dishwasher, e graduations \ ,
i inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were'cut ONE HALF This or TV set,or other major electric appliance that fl '
other in the install
action spurred phone companies state to more
modern and .efficient equipment under the supervision and through lightens work and brightens leisure.

,, the.cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commission. See the big selection at;your favorite store.There's

always something new when it's. ., electrical!
ALL FLOfilOA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone into effect aB
over the state by order of the Commission.Jerry Carters first act was
,to urge investigation and it resulted M the.first statewide 10 percent '
reduction of'exchange phone charges; and aboEshed a SOc per month j IN1rJ ) Lf '
charge for desk: and hand phones. tF-flametess

Re-Elect JERRY W. : ..AND GIVING TOO I

t. CAR T E R -COMMISSIO.NERfl FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANYHELPING
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IDA. RAILROAD & PWLK HTRiTfES Group 2 BUILD FLORIDA

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l'AGE.TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNE .L, FLORIDA Thursday, 24, 1962 i
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= In Florida bug. Aided by the monthlonghot laid in the grass leaf sheaves same area again. WAR OF BEES j
Gardening
. dry weather, this speck of will hatch in less than two! For additional information on Bees of different species some.

;; By Hervey' Sharpe an insect is ravaging lawns weeks. Th eyoung grass killers I j chinch bug control; ask your times join in hottest battle as .
: earlier than usual. become of age In about 4 weeks I I county agent for Circular 213, each seeks to carry off the

f. Insects with _cousins by the Chinch bugs suck juices and and live to be greatgrandparents. "Home Gardeners' Lawn Insect honey of the other. The battle.

: dozens are awaiting a chance to possibly inject toxic substances, The entire life span is I' Control Guide." ground Is strewn with dead and \\0 .

, zip from their hiding places ,and causing yellowish to brownish spent ,in the dastardly occupa :. dying bees, including opponents
4. devour your ,ornamentals. patches inlawns. tion of killing ,lawn grass-i locked in death grips.
,:: So keep an eye out for these !, However, not all yellow spots mainly St. Augustine. THANK YOU ,
'
:- varmints. Adjust the bifocals ,if I i in grasses are caused by chinch If a visual inspection won't reveal -. I would like to thank -i my.f GIANT REDWOODSA j
r' necessary, because some of the I bugs. Diseases, other insect friends for the beautiful flowers ,
chinch bugs, then try flood-
't.' crawlers are quite small. I i damage, dry weather, and nutritional them from their and cards 'sent to me while I redwood tree-which may ,
t. hiding places.
I
,' Garden marauders are all disorders also give 'I be taller than the Statute of r t
in the also
was hospital. appreciate -
For, this examination, cut both
, speceialists in fesating and I. grasses a jaundiced look. the friendly visits and Liberty, weigh more than 2,000-
ends out of a large metal can.
! come equipped with mouthparts I So before wasting a bag of other thoughtful deeds. 000 pounds, and contains enough 1
Push one end of the can abouta many
I
\that either chomp) chew, grind, I pesticide be sure of what: is wood to build several houses- .
f rasp or suck. causing the patch of unsightly couple of inches into the Sincerely, grows from a seed little bigger

The champion of the sucking I yellow.' Often a handful of fertilizer ground in the yellowed sectionof Hubert Frier, I than the head of a pin. /1
grass. Fill the can section
class this spring is, the chinch : an da soaking with water :.. .c---------- -,
if --- -
and chinch
I I with water any
will restore color to
green
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{I bugs are present, they'll float to I T
a sandy spot ,in the yard.If VACATIONS
the surface in a few minutes. ,
.CLASSIFIED' you suspect that you have Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate
: chinch bugs, inspect along con Killing chinch bugs is' quitea I insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I
problem, according to James
crete walks and drives. In most
whenever
/ trip-surence, see us. Wherever you go you
ADS cases ,they'll ,show up in these' Brogdon, entomoligist. with the I go. However you go-GO PROTECTED.
places first. When the pests Agricultural Extension Service.

i': Listings_ under this heading are cause yollow, or brown areas in Chemicals that he recommends SEE H. T. COOK AGENCYGeneral

[ 3 cents per word each insertion, the lawn, you can discover the t home owners to use for chinch Insurance
73 cents I* minimum charge.
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FLORIDA
bug control include VC-13, Dia- BUNNELL
small bugs by parting the sick-
> DRIVING roLOS VEGAS, NEV. grass area and by looking close I iinon, Trithion, Ethion and ron- \

:' around June 10th. Desire lady ly. I nel. These chemicals are available ..... -................,.....................1t1t!'...........,..................JIf...VJ..,;t..I't1 1 i
;' companion to share driving and from garden supply stores. f.
J t You'll have to squint hard or '
FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIG1r
: expenses. Personal references re use a reading lens .to glimpsethe Rates vary with the strength of ..,. I
r. ,J quired. Write P.O. Box 383, Bun- each preparation, so be sure to .
active rascals. The adult is J
nell. 524.3tc read the label before applyingon AMBULANCE
l- black and about a fifth of an
Y FOE RENT-Furnished 1 bed- inch long. The teenage bugsare the lawn. ,PHONE VAlley 4.1625

' room house, 7 mil. north Flagler wingless, reddish with white Jar attachments to garden SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

<; ; ,:Beach, 7 mil. south Marineland back bands. hoses are excellent tools for applying -
on Highway AlA, Intracoastal I Chinch bugs are with us all chinch bug sprays. Use Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

t;,, Waterway in back. No children, during the year. Usually dur the type which require 15 to 20 .tare always at your service with promptness safety and i,
retired couple preferred, $35.00 a ing winter the mother bug ,is gallons of water passing throughthe Experience.' :

.: month., Cecil Thomas. 5-24-2tp hibernating During early springshe hose to empty the quart size

; gets out and lays a practice jar.To Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator/and. Inhalator
?' J FOB RENT -3 bedroom home on
round of eggs and often not insure even coverage of a
Cherry St., Bunnell. For information get in the egg laying mood until t lawn area, spray backand Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Call ID 73385. 5.24-ltp hot in April forth measured
a dry spell or across a area;
" E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director .
May. .1 then turn at right angles and
t, Man or Woman Wanted. Good
business in I In summer a batch of eggs spray back and forth across the I LADY ASSISTANT '.
k Rawleigh now open
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:',; Tlagler Co If willing to conduct I (

C'' Home Service business with good ir I J

r[ profits. Wri e immediately. Raw- I


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'. EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE 1 1r YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERS ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTERNew

On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing

< Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and .
Monza Convertible-Corvair has gone 1
all small appliances. ,.All work
", : and flipped its top! This one's got front bucket
guaranteed. Ormond. Hardware,
seats and that famous rear-engine that"p
' scamper 'k'
J50 'W. Granada next 7-Eleven '
make Monza-ing something special. If your"
.' Ormond Beach, Fla Phone 677-
dealer doesn't have he'll gladly order it. , ,
one .
.:.' 4414. May 17-tfc ; .w;::>: M

Chevy II Nova 4-Door Sedan-This one fits big '# r: ;'' t ' '
:SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable -
rates. George Jarosz, phone families and small parking places with equal > ; ::;' ::' : \

ID 7-3410 5-17-11-17-paid ease. Gets all kinds of spunk from gas-sippin' ;,'t'; A :'

F .. 6.Y ou.never saw luxury and low cost so beautifully -

.. 'FOR .RENT-unfurnished, 2 bed- .
t: blended. Or so easy on upkeep. r>
I' room duplex apt. screen porch. -7 .
rr .. ID 7-3304 May 8-tf Q.

k,' FOR SALE-Flagler Beach, 4

t unit apartment house. Partially

_; ' furnished. Lot 150'x150', block :

from ocean on ,Main St. Make a

I''" reasonable offer. C. L. Ginn,

owner, 421 Lemon St., Palatka, & : 1 ))1

< EA 53534. 5-3-6-7. inc-6tp : _

t HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, pitrrB )

> .: large 'living, 'dining area, car-' s
::' port and utility room, CBS on

I; 100 x 105 Street corner lot,. 311 1-25-tf South $ wn. ::. iiir f x:.;: r ? Y, Y,: w4. ..,,k..lr.-,./.r?:{.. (I Bel Air 4-Door Sedan-These
i: Forsyth 1 rsv....
ii9.;?? x be hard to
.<;.y .' o.:.1., :.8. r f.i days, you'd pretty put
( c. FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom A4.y'v.: 5? ; .rlr< find a more beautiful buy than this
;.Cya"e (
: house at north end of Palmetto 5- f:; rrc ,':xw' ?,:; ;J.'t': %;' : r: popular-priced Bel Air.Has all that
't ;.err ;+: ,a P 't
? i!.6', : ,rr/ ,,,;
Flagler Beach, on.boat ti :. ; .r. :
: .x..h :<: : ; ,; > rr':+rr: f Chevrolet talent spoiling you foranything
'" canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional else near the price-things '.

t' I value, beautiful in- like that roomy Body by'Fisher,
j,, tenor and exterior $90.00 per
with
I a baggage room of a trunk
t month, for September 1 occu-. choice
bumper-level loading, your '
,f Contact renters
! ., pancy. present of 6 or V8 engine and that velvety
or Alexander Lumber Co., Day-
tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF Jet-smooth, way of going. .,_. ,

f .. Ocean front housekeeping apartments Impala Sport Coupe Chevy II,Nova 4-Door Wagon Corsair Monza Club Coupe

1 and 2 bedrooms compete .

J with linens and all utilities. :

Sun deck fishing, swimming !3 ,
: loafing. Day, week or month.

I": Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
HE 9-2082 7-6tf .
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,,.' LOTS.FLAGLER HOMES BEACH, OCEAN REALTY co.l' 4" Get in on Chevy's Golden Sales Jubilee at ,your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's'

.r:: 1 WATER FRONF. FARMS, t -

:i:.. ', .': ACREAGE -
,,:,;',,' See ss for your real estate seedsOffice .
Ii l; HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
':. '", Phone HE 9.2242
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if.: Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I

or ID 7-3517 TELEPHONE '7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA
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