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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 31, 1962
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I VOLUME 50,- NO. 21 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR



" Dairy Bar Is Lions ClubInstallation I i IRotary Club To 1 Unofficial Results of


tn Have
New Business I ProgramOn
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,:' Flagler Beach Marineland 29th
I May PrimaryzzzzzZZz ,
I The Rotary Club of Bunnell I
Flagler Beach's newest business To Be June 28The will enjoy the presence of Jack I II

is a Dairy Bar and Delicatessen Turner, public relations director N CO) Ii( .Ii.( II') Ii(
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which opend there during Bunnell Lions Club has I I for Marineland, at Thursday'sluncheon C'? .
the past weekend. set June 28 for the annual in
at 12:80. I
meeting
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The new business is located Plans
stallation of officers. are
Mr. Turner has been associated OFFICE AND CANDIDATE 8 5 5 "5 U 5 uYi
oposite the Flagler Beach Fish- I ja
in the making for the ceremonyand with Marineland 'for several o c
.e.e.s.e.s.e
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ing Pier in the Milland Hotel will be announced when II III I 8 1? "P o u T5 u o H
Building. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore completed. I years as director of public relation 2 2 S 8 8 8 S 8 ... OaaaaaaaO
i: He will speak to'' the < (H
T. Worthington and their son
are the owners and operators.advertisement meeting of the club :Monday was I! of Marineland and show a film Commissioner Group No. 2 I I I I I I I I I II

According to their Lyman Gage, public relations depicting the work and activities I Jim Blanton :_________________..16121110172417| | | | | | 301| 171| 301 382 .
in this issue of The Tribune -
in chairman of the recently organ- of the organization.Frank Jerry W. Carter _._______.___.;..__. 441220235295430107| | | | | | 831| 281| 830
they will specialize
ized Flagler Farm ,Bureau. In Hancock, district governor County Commissioner Dist. No. 4 j I I I I I I I I '

Frozen Custard, delicatessen I his talk he explained the purpose I of Rotary International in J. B. Pellicer .______._.._.__..____.'22J19118810J29134| | | 511) 571| 211 603
items well picnic and
beach, needs.Legion as : as ,of the bureau in general. District 694, of which the Bun- 'I Alfred R. Tucker .__...w-_.________. 40il9816413915214102| | | | 50)) 401| 699
Club members voted to pay i jnell' club is a part, was a re- t Board of Public Instruction Dist. 1 I I I I I I I I I II '

for glasses for those cases only I cent visitor to the club here. Herschel King .----.---.----.-.:---. 37121611601361331371| [ | 851| 701 331 707
Post Holds which have been investigatedand <, Gov.- Frank visited the club I Louis M. Steflik __.____.._... 24173119412148I10I| | 661| 331| 291 589
referred, to an optician by t unexpectedly May 16. He spoke Board of Public Instruction Dist. 3 I I 1 I I 1 I 1 I

Memorial Service the sight conservation committee. briefly and conferred afterward James E. (Jimmie) Crews.__.._... 30117912231214214| | | 611| 531 411 664

Sight conservation is the I.with officers about the progress W. L. Dunson .-.-..-.--.-.--..-..---. 31193133I2713634| | | | 851| 541| 201| 613
Wednesday A. M. main project of Lions Clubs and of the club during the past year. I Board of Public Instruction Dist. 5 I I I I I I I 1 j I Ii j

it is important that their stated.1 By action of the Board of Directors i Roy E. Likins .__--...._________.._ 21162182165127| | | | | | 64| 561 431| 622 1
The American Legion Post 115 procedures for securing glasses t Gov. Frank was desig. i Myrtle (Cockman) Rice _......... 361204174131J26121| | 771| 43[. 18| 630 f fI

joined the, Nation yesterday in II i be followed, it was declared. nated representative of the club
I Twelve i hundred and sixty- ,with a majority of eight votes
pasing to honor their fallen at the international conventionof
I I four Flagler county voters went over incumbent Roy Likins from
comrades. A short memorial Rotary in Los Angeles next t
Legion Post To to the polls Tuesday to vote in School Board District Five. Mr.
service was held at Espanola week, Governor Hancock will
II the second primary. With the Likins held the lead in the returns -
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Cemetery at 11 o'clock in the vote for the Bunnell club since I
Install Monday additional 61 absentee ballots Tuesday night but with
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morning.Rev. no member of the club will be
< cast the total voting Tuesdaywas the absentee vote Mrs. Rice won
The ''
Thomas Pinner led the American Legion Post 115 there. I .
1325 out of a total of 1817 by eight votes.Funeral .
memorial service and taps was will hold' its installation of officers i j Vice president and President
sounded by Butch McDaniel and next Monday night at the elect John Canakaris presided at registered voters.

Leonard Buono. Others taking Bunnell Community Center, Fifth last week's meeting In the absence Alfred Tucker was reelected

1 part in the service were Duane Distrt Officers from Jacksonville of President John A. Cannon county commissioner for DistrictFoua. Service-

Deen, Ralph Harbert, Andy Za- will serve as installing officers., Jr. who was accompanying th a total of 96 votes
lewski, and Raymond Smith. Officers to be installed are: I the Bunnell High School senior }': j opponent, J. B. ePllicer.
: This Afternoon
Servicemens graves in the ce' Duane Deen, commander; Cora class on its trip to Washington 4 001 Board District No. 1 .

; rr "p' oun ;were d : '.Buckles; "' *,."vice* *"*commander* *; Andy.t Ja4jN *X!fc "<..-. .,. ,.: T.:"'-i;:.' j lngjxail elected" _with_:-Jf- _' _. ..i-_..,?:.. -, . ." ".. ...- _.:
'I 1 orated with flags and ,small Kuleski second v cegmmander; Secretary Tom Lepssen..read a 118 majority"over. Louis Steflik. "
Bob RevelsFuneral
For
white crosses with the memorial adjutant, Raymond Smith; Walter -I card of thanks received from James E. Crews held a ma-
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poppies. 1 I Morris, treasurer; M. B. Fuller Mike McMillan president of the jotity'p f 51 votes over incumbent

The American Legion Auxil 'I ,historian; Steve Cyzycki, I class, for the $36 contribution I W. L. I Dunson for school board services for Robert
iary Unit 115 provided the pausing to honor their fallen I from the Rotary Club toward: the member for District Three. Revels will be 'held from the

-crosses. for the graves.. I ice officer. ( Senior class trip. I Mrs. Mytrle Rice was elected First Baptist Church of Bunnell .

I at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon.Officiating I

I will be the pastor,

i BunnellHighSchool! + Senior Class In Washington D. C Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., and '

Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., of the First I
".' ; ." Methodist Church. Interment will
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Tuesday about 2 o'clock in his
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y.. <" 4.
. ','., ,tt.f4 jiJ.li.-r"'o "f"f't... !,' ,.---, Hill Shopping Center parking lot .
: .. . ", riiirrt :: just off the highway. Investigation I
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-- about 10 years and was employed

with Shelton's Supermarket -
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1 from Daytona Beach. He was 52

g f41a years of age.
He is survived by his wife,

Elizabeth, of Bunnell; three I

: daughters, Betty Jo of Daytona "

I : Beach, Lynda and Janell of Bun

: T nell; one son, George Franklin ,
; of Bunnell; his mother, Mrs. i

t Ethel Dukes Revels, Groveland; I f

five sisters, Joyce Revels of Red-

wood City Calif.; Mrs. Kenneth .
\ Satterwhite of Clermont; :Mrs. I.

U. S. McKinney of Groveland,
3 a Elsie Revels of Orlando, and

1r.First 1r. Mrs. Harry Muller Astaula; one 1

brother Jacksonville.George Revels, Jr., of i I


E Active pallbearers are; Arthur
Carle Marvin Strickland Dr.

.. ..::. "'; ,<'__. ., < T J:'.J- ...._ :- Lance J. Sutton Bruce Wells,
George Mere.Honorary .
row, left to<.right--Connie: Shields, Sheila Westbrook, Pat Bross, Terry Sheffield, Elaine Deen, Carol pallbearers are: Dr.

Christopher, Peggy Hoskins, Joan Cockrell, Mary Susan Brannam, Florence Williams, Susan Jane Deen, Jame- J. D. O'Brian Dr. Perry Sperber,

sene Dawson, Lynda Revels, Susan Wadsworth, Grace, Steflik, Mona Hornsby. E. M. Rice Duke McDaniel, S. J.

Second row, left to right Rudy Stula, Charlie.McCraney, Paul Staton, Don McNab, class members. Eddie Dona- Brown, Julian Rowe. Homer

than, bus ,driver; Congressman Billy Matthews, Mrs. Jeff Cockrell, Mrs. Mark Hanna, chaperones; Ben Can- Brooks, C. B. Eisenbach Raphael .
John Cannon Jeanne Cannon Mrs. Sims tour director Burnsed Cecil Sturman Jack Forson, Jim Kelly,
non, faculty sponsors; Woody ; Jerry ,
Westbrook, Ronnie Canakaris, Wilbur Sheffield, and David Cook, all class members. Arden Kinney, Louis Whitaker,
Ray Carle L. I*. Harris.

Back row-Thomas Stuckey, Tommy Robertson, Boyd Robertson, Pee Wee Knight, Mike McMillan, Claude Craig Funeral .Home of Bun .
Barrow. Members of the class not in the photo are Lynn Orem and Ronald Missinne. The photo was made nell is in charge of arrange-

\ from the Capitol steps during a visit with Congressman Billy Matthews. ments. "

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA _ .a', Thursday, :May 31,-- 1962 i

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If' --I runs in three innings and the D. Britt' 2 9 0 I G Carle. 12L." tl;

r game was called after one hour D. Cody 3 0 0 I B. 'Harris' 20 U( :\l

and 45 minutes of play. J. Cody 2 1 2 B. Robinson 1" O. ,1 "
;1 T. Spicer 1 1 0 .i
Darrell Britt hit his fourth I .:
G. Wodey 2 0 0 26 7 6 ,

home run. Glen Carle his third. R. Improta 0 1 P I (Continued on page 3) "

Both teams hit five home runs I il 1
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and three doubles. Kirk Robertson -

had a perfect day, getting

.:SLUGGERS SLUG By Leslie I Pirates Pacha Ab R H 3 for 3. I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY j jAIR [ ::1

Blue Angels Ab R H
CHAMPS IN FINAL GAME T..Whitaker 2 1 0 -
G. Wertherington 2 1 0 \'
ELECTRIC SERVICE
. P. Robinson 313_ CONDITIONING-HEATINGJ 1
John Bertha and Tony Parker B. Geller 3 2,2- \
G. Robinson 2 1 0 J
and D. Britt -3 2 2 I FLORIDA AIR PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE! ,
'hit home runs back to back ; ;
D.Moore 2 1 1
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CO. 11
CONDITIONING BUNNELL MOTOR
COMPANY
B. Robinson 312
rwent on to score eight runs in C. Wertherington 212, .
I Of Daytona. Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
the of the fifth to J, Robertson2 11E. I
top hang on
:B. Salyerds 0 1 0 COMMERCIAL & MAINTENANCE
I Rice 2 l' 2 AIR CONDmONING-HEATINGI
the second defeat for the champion Improta 200 : CALLHUBERT
J. Cook ,' 2 0 0 GENERAL SHEET METAL: PELLICER
Pirates 12 to 8. :
M. Barber 300
Were Proud of Our Work" ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT*
M. 201
The Young Sluggers defeatedthe D. Improta 1 1 0 Kelly 330 Walker Holly Hill, OR 7-6120

Pirates for their two losses T Spicer 2 1 0 Improta 2 2 0 GARDEN SHOP

of the season. The Young Slug 1 AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S I
211010 Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter
I , gers got two home runs, a triple 19 8 6 I
torGardening Need.
and two doubles to score eight Innings 12345 R H Tigers Ab R H Service Station ,Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement

runs in the top'< f the fifth Sluggers 03018,12 9 K. Robertson 3 .3 3 I Materials

Cliff Wertherington: got two Pirates 06020 8 6 J G? Worley '. 322 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers.
Two-base hits J. J: Harper Tires--Batteries-Minor Repairs TORO LAWN MOWERS
1 hits. Pee Wee Robinson'got three Cody, G. Carle 232
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
for three. This, finished up the Pee Wee, Clif. H. King' 221 Bunnell ID 7-7119 ORMOND
,
season for the Midget League. Three bagger, J. Harper. B. Harris v .2'1: 1

Sluggers'I Ab R H Home runs--John Bertha, Tony L. Buono ... ? 110 Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I HARDWARE I

J. Geller ;_ 3 ,0 1 Parker, R. Wertherington.Loser M. :Durrance. ,." 1 2 1 THAT FAMOUS PAINT

J. Bertha 321' Wertherington; winner, B, Irvin 1 1 0 GULF TIRES & BATTERIES ,

T. Parker 2 .3 ,,,,,\ 2 Harper; umpire, Harris. I II I Johnson 110 I Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 ,Day . Exclusively at

P. Barrow 310 I I State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 f FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

D. Cody 3 2 1 BILLY HARRIS HITS 16.16 10 i, a .

J. Cody ',. 3 1.2 FIFTH HOME RUN Innings 123 R H Colonial Service Station
Harper :", 322 Billy Harris hit his fifth home Blue Angels 235 10 10 EARL E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I'I'II Flagler Beach HE 9.2103

R. Wertherington 312 run in the final game of the Tigers 124x 16 10 II I

C. Clegg 1 1 0 Bunnell Midget League. The Tigers Two base hits, E. Rice and K. 1 MOTOR TUNE-UP | Village Hardwar. Center
I
G. Barber 110 scored 12 runs in ,the first Roberston; home runs, B. RobIn- .GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES' HOUSE PAINTS

inning and four runs in the I son, D. Britt, G. Carle, H. King I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL, 1 Match and mix any color

26 12 9 second. The Angels scored 10 I If' and B. Harris. I I ED'S 'Builder's Supplies Kitchenware I II

Winner, Billy Harris; loser, PURE OIL STATION I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Bobby Robinson. Umpire Cope. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
Specializing in Wash & Waxing :
NOW land. Batteries-Accessories i
: JEWELER
MINOR REPAIRS '

PIRATES SHELLAC u.s., Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 I I I
TRAILWAYS BRENNAN Jewelers I II
ALL STARS 13 TO 7 BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Diamonds-Diamond
I .................................... I Fine Jewelry and Gifts Setting
Champion Pirates, winner of .
I I
GETS TO the Bunnell Midget League, BAR & COCKTAIL I I! Hamilton Watches, Bulova,. Benrus I

\ scored six runs in the second inning I LOUNGE !!j Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
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,: to go on to win 137. DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-505

NEW Pee Wee Robinson and Donald FROM 9 ,
YOI.Ht '\ Moore were the slugging stars SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I FURNITURE

for the Pirates. Cliff Werther Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
Ormond Bedding and
ington pitched ,the whole game I *
Furniture Co.
MILLAND BAR AND
. FASTER//
and struck out 12. Bobby Rob.
COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
inson l lI .I
EarL Rice, Glen Carle, '
y 4 John Cody, all hit doubles for & Mary Shultz. Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR. I

: # ;: I I the All Stars. This game finished PACKAGE GOODS i i S. ROBENBERRY, Owner I I
69 Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411
the Midget League season. 9 a.m.2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.j '
Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach I IMB
All Stars Ab R H ,
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BVMMNMM H H M M MM H B aMMMM M 1 PAINTS I
ti: B. Geller 200 BETH'S SEASIDE |

J. Bertha 100 BAR & GRILL !I JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH
J. Roberston 2 1 0 FOR FINEPOOD ..
I P. Barrow 101 I
Paints-Finishes
/ : !E. RIce' 2 l' 1
: : Ride our M. Durrance 200 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA J I Paint Sundries-Wallpaper I
f Open 7 .A.M.-II P.M. I 38 W. Granada-Ormond '
<\ J ';r < thru expresses R. Wertherington 200 I ORange 7.0761
BUILDING SUPPLIES
NEW i ".-
over our
RCA VICTOR ,ROOFER

East Florida LIVING COLOR TV I WICKLINE EDGEMON ROOFING CO.

. route "LOOK VOn THE PICTURE I I Building Supplies Manufacturers of
IN TilE 'VIN DO',"
Southern Radio & Television CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL

Our new route along the 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR. 7-2001 STEEL TYPES OF ROOFING
eastern coastline cuts hours ORMOND Fast Dependable Service
\ f tr s off our Miami to New York Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 I HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

.1 trips.We travel new super- ORcmge 7.5177, 7.1793
:t. highways. Air-condition- FREE PAINTOne BOTTLE GASHARRIS

: .. .. .
K. : :> ing. Reclining seats. Restroom extra gallon of your choice RESTAURANT
,,..,... ,;;.}:;;,: r '' ', *. Vista-view. win- with each gallon BOTTLE GAS
Hows.n you buy BOTTLE or BULK SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANTLunchesDinnersSandwiches

. Mary Carter Paint Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
- HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Also Weatcate Whooping Outer OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
PHONE n> 7.3551
152 W Granada '
-Ormond Beach
x PAL PARKER'S. INC. Help Flagler County Grow Open 6 A.M11
P.M. at ,
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Automotive By, Shopping at Home .
Specialty Center 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond
BRAKES RELINED S1&A5 .
\ CONCRETE PRODUCTS
PARTS AND LABORFORDCHEVROLETPITMOICTH
RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrlmpSteokCbops.Chicken I
easiesttravel' on earthFrom OTHERS '1D. 5 Your "Q" For Concrete I
540 Mason Ave. Daytona
Dial CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes
. From BUNNELL. From BUNNELLj 1-way DAYTONA BEACH Sandwiches and Pies

NEW YORK 530,10 JACKSONVILLE $1.9S BREAKFAST ANYTIME

Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Convenient trips dally mitt 3Hlugltr OlributtrBCNNELL Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant

$22.75 MIAMI 7.00 AlA 1 Mile South of Pier I i
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CLEANERS
: Thru service o'er2 hours 4 Thru trips dally (plus tax) FLORIDA
i. J faster (plus tax) I I II Used Furniture-Upholstery
BUNNELL CLEANERSWE i
r MOODY'S PHARMACY MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor I GIVE TV STAMPS JOE WELLBORN j

100 State St. ID 73661TRAILWAYS Furniture &
De.I..te4 Official Publication Ones Dally S to C Upholstery i

for Pablle Native! off Flatter Phone ID 7-3188 GOOD USED FURNITURE *

County, alelpalltle taerei 115 N. Bay, St. Bunnell I New Bedding-Mattreas Renovating 4Furniture
Uph.l.terla*-Trade* 1
and Ike State ef Florida 1094 F1nmt Holly HUI
DRUG STORES ft. 3- %15 $I

Catered aa seeond elasa Mattel PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
Moody's PharmacyFlagler
February ,1013..at tfc* ... .. eat
BaBBell. Florida, wader met .t 'I Flagler Corner Drug Store The Flagler Tribune l|

March 3. 1 TC. l' PRESCRIPTIONSDRUGSSUNDRIES
,... Publishers Printers .
k- -_- One year... SX.SO : 4
\ I FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone ID 7.3282 I
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six month
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THE SUPER-LINE OF THE NEW SUPER-HIGHWAYS ,
-- ...".",.,- Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 BUNNELL, FLORIDA !

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( J. Cade ,: 1 3 0 t

SfJJNO"rmES' Jones 131 '
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Wells 422:.
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M. Smith 320 1

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Continued From Page 2 Coleman 400 i i a { j
F. Cade 211
Pis Ab B H .a Zl
Spence 3 .1 1
"Ty Whitaker 2 2 1
Yelvington : 100 .
Pee Wee Robinson 3 3 2 I
Coleman 010B
G. Revel 3 1 0 .
Henry
D. Moore ., ,3 2 2 n
,C.. Wertherlngton 3 0 '1 ,Wadsworth ".Ab R H a aI

J. Harper' .:',. '1 1 1 Rodgers 141
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J. Geller 1 1 0 Surnsed \.3 2 1 I J

M. Barber 3 1 0 Wall 332

"D. Improta 1 1 0 C. Sheffield .4- 1 4 o y
G. Wertherington '1 0 0 I J. Sheffield '311 .3

.:J. Travis 2 1 1 Durrance ", 3 0 1
Todd 311 i
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25 13 8 Cummins '3.1 1
Schatz 20 0 }
'Innings 123456 R H Knight 311 :: w
All Stars 200203 7 6
123456 R H 's '
Innings AT SHELTONS "' ni
Pirates 1flY1tIN
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Sevllle2 0 s'o 0 8 15 9 SUPER MARKET ; """'"
Two base hits, Pee Wee, D. Wadsworth' 208 2'0 4 16 13 -

Moore, B. Robinson, G. Carle, J. Two base hits, C. Sheffield, 4;

Cody, E. Rice; three base hits, Wells, 2; Burnsed, 1; Wall 1; J. Wilson's CertifiedHams
J. Travis, G. Revels, Pee Wee. Sheffield.

Winner C. Wertherington; los Three base hit, F. Cade; home 5:47 k : < 1 STOKELY

er, B. Harris. Umpire, Pache; ,run, Braddock: ,
scorer, Whitaker: Winner, Cummins loser, B.

Henry. Umpires King and Smith. Beat' SALE

FINAL STANDING AND Scorer, Crews. World's

AVERAGES MIDGET LEAGUE I

i 3 Ibs. 1.39
I W L P SO FREETOP Hamburger .
Pirates 6 2 750

Sluggers 4 5 444 VALUE! STAMPS Lean Boston Butt 303 canAPPLE
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< Tigers 3 5 375 SAUCE
with of
the purchase

Angels Team Batting 3 Average 6 333 Large Size PORK ROAST Ib. 39'Economical 8 FOR

Crest Tooth Paste 69c
CUT BEETS
Ab R H Avg
Pirates 157 62 51 331 (Coupon expires 6-2-62) Lean $i'Stokely's 00

Tigers 160 67 49 318 JUlUAJiUA! HJ! SLICED BEETS .
Angels 176 68 56 300 PORK t STEAKS. Ib. 49* - .

Sluggers 188 .59 56 299 50 FREE I

Batting Leaders Quick to Fix '
Darrell Britt 19 9 12 631 TOP VALUE STAMPS '
Cliff Wertherington 21 11 13 619 with the purchase of VEAL CUTLETS & *g* \
JIFFY STEAKS JLUfff 303,.can
Glen Carle 20 9 12 600 Lanolin Plus ea."

Robby Robinson 18*10 10 555 Hair Spray 99c Lean Tender. CREAM CORN FOR
Durrance 16 6 8 500 6
Mike ; (Coupon expires 6-2-62) ALL MEAT STEW 303 ,
John Cody 20 8 10 500 ,tb69C Stokely's can -
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Billy 'Harris 19 9 11 465 i ='''''II"II= "" .l'fl1fnn""HI" '"
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,. GARDEN PEAS $100
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G. Worley 22 7 10'454 FREETOP Wilson's Certified 4i : -- vStokely's !-.-: ,
Pee Wee Robinson 20 11 9 450 SO :'
HAM CENTER SLICES J79C ,. .
Dan Cody 11 4 5 454 STAMPS
VALUE 46
oz. can
'John Cook 19 5 7 375 1Wilson's
with the purchase of I TOMATO JUICE 4 FORBakeRite
Shortening
Most hits-C. Wertherington, Family SizeLiaterine

13;, Glen Carle, 12; Darrel Britt, 89c PINEAPPLE JUICE $100Limit

12.Most home runs-Billy ,Harris (Coupon expires 6-2-62) 3CJ47]: <

p'nf"'bNnQ
SAJ ;Ud1rb IAI:
5; Darrell Britt, 4;.Glen Carle, -
One with $7.00 food order or ,
3. SO FREETOP } .
:Most triples-John Cody, 2; more Stokely'a 14 oz. Bott. ..
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Bobby Robinson, 2. VALUE STAMPS
Most doubles-John Cody, 4; with the purchase of CATSUP 5 : $10

Darrell Britt, 3; D. Cody, 3. Large Size Sweet TenderYELLOW for, .,
Most* runs C. Wertherington, Prell f
11; B. Harris, 11; Pee Wee'Rob. Liquid $1.00 CORN 10 for 49c Stokely'a 303 can (
(Coupon expires 6-2-62) i
inson 11.
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Most strikeouts-Billy Harris, II'.If""' '''=SaSO ='",! ..,,,,,,::.'UAI Large Local Grown I t CUT BEANS !5 for $100

63. ; Cliff Wertherington 62. CUKES ea. 5c
Team Home Runs FREETOP .r

Tigers 9 U. S, No. 1YELLOW ,. Stokely's 8 oz. can

. Angels 8 VALUE STAMPS ONIONS .3 Ibs 25c .
TOMATO SAUCE 8 $100
Sluggers 7 .with the purchase of for
Pirates 4 60 Tablet Pkg. '
Bufferin 89c Wilson's BrookfieldBUTTER'
Stokely's Van Camp 2l/z can
28 (Coupon expires 6-2-62)

"i jf ,fe.... dr\n f tg | .. WADSWORTH WINS TO
SET NEW RECORD 'Is.

Wadsworth Lb. Co. won their SO FREETOP Stokely's 303 can

third straight game, defeating, VALUE STAMPS Maxwell House 1 Ib. can
.? $100COFFEE
WHOLE POTATOES 8
Seville 16-15. with the purchase of I I for
Both teams set new records for Large Bottle

"- league play. Most runs scored One-A-Day Vitamins 47 Bremners Chocolate
by two teams (31). Nine doublesby $1.98

two teams; seven doubles by JUMBO PIES Box of 39C
(Coupon expires 6-2-62)
one team; 11 extra base hits in Limit One with $7.00 food order or 12
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Cliff Sheffield had four doublesfor Seald Sweet 6
oz. can
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SO FREETOP 5 String Quality .
a new record.. Seville scored "
;. eight runs in the top of the VALUE STAMPS BROOMS '99' ORANGE' JUICE 6 for ooc

sixth to go ahead 1512. Wads :with the purchase of ea.
worth came back in the bottom I 15 Gillette
of the sixth with two walks and '
Blue Blades $1.00 Quantity Rights
,/ three doubles. I y
(
Coupon expires 6-2-62) 1o Reserved
The game winning run was ( t
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f f f f f s fmt t fMS 99999:9QSO :
Knocked in by Cliff Sheffield,

,4'r,J. :: .fourth double. FREE / Prices Good

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: : STAMPS
t' TOP VALUE
. : I"> 5 'F. ALFORD '
I. t Registered With Food$5.00 order or-more SHELTON SUPER Store Hour

_4. J t. ::i Estate Broker.1-.1o. : and this Coupon GROCERY atSHELTON'S MATTTPT Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m

BaanelL Florida ,S ."(Coupon expires BUNNELL FLORIDA Sat. 8 .m.-9oo p.m-

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faf} &a k 'f I I FOR YOUR BEST VALUE IN i ir


LUNA BABBITT . :

Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 : '. 'I, I STAMPSGO

.; GRADUATION, AND AWARD Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stan-II .
f".' NIGHT SET OF THURSDAY 1 ton have purchased a home in I i
: Venice Park and are making .
The graduation of the sixth I Flagler Beach their retirement TO U. S. POST OFFICE = F
J, grade of the Flagler Beach Ele- home. .
mentary School will be Thurs-
-" day (today), May 31, in the FOR YOUR _BEST VALUE IN fOOD
school cafetorium at 8 P.M. '
,
C. T. Rawlings Jr.
Awards will also be presented '

c': tonight. The public is cordially Buys Boatland j GOTOFlagler I
invited. This is the third annual

t';'. ,. graduation sponsored by the C. T. Rawlins, Jr., recently pur-
V' Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher chased the Boatland Fishing Food Store-. -
t! Association. I Camp on North AlA from S. D.' 7:
McEvoy. Mr. Rawlins in making
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some Flagler
r. A representative from the ( .
improvements to the property as
News-Journal and a'United well as some additions.The PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. -SAT. MAY,31-JUNE1 & 2, 1962FOLGER'S \ ,
f States 5..
Treasury Department
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: HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE
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D.C., visited the Flagler Beach feet and runs about 700 feet I
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Elementary School last Wednesday I west to the Inland Waterway.He .
afternoon to present the rents boats, motors, sells j'
school with a Liberty; Bell bait, and refreshments. He is COFFEE SUGAR' \
Award. Acording to W. E. Fen- also planning space for a trailer .
nell, Jr., principal, the school park.' The property is located I }
won first place in their enrollment about four miles south of Ma- : '
group for Volusia and rineland.. t ilk x lb.
Flagler Counties. The News- Mr. Rawlins is from Clarkson, 29 5 2.9
Journal sponsored the six- Georgia. Mrs. Clark and their can -f' bag 1
months contest to boost the buy- three children plan to move hereto .
ing of UJ5. Savings Stamps. reside the end of the
at pres- Limit One $7.00 ,or more food order Limit One $7.00 or more food order I'
ent school term.Keports iI i
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The sixth grade of the Flag- I I I
21/2 can Van Camps I
Qt. can
ler Beach Elementary,School en-
tertained several guests at 'a ImprovedSt. WELCHADE (. PORK & ;

graduation afternoon. Their dinner invited last Thursday guests Augustine Grass 3 for 890 BEANS 4 for $100<

;' included: Z. D. Holland, Supt;I An improved St. Augustinegrass --
George Wickline, mayor; James fpr lawn use has been selected .. +
r. Craig, supervising principal; I by the Agricultural Ex- 46 oz. can Hi C .. SCOTT !

Raymon Tucker, Roy Likins' W. periment Stations of the University ORANGE' , .- TISSUE 100
: L. Dunson, school board members of Florida. This new variety, roll
and their principal teacher Floratine, is .now readily avail- DRINK ,3 for 890 I Limit 6 with order '
" W. E. Fennell, Jr. I able to Florida homeownfrs.I -. I "

Floratine has advantages : '
l. The*first and second,.grades I y over ,other,many-Augustine .2Vz Food King . EVAPORATED ShurfineBARTLETI' ,
of the"Flagler Beach Elementary varieties .now widely planted, .'
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; School went on their annual according to Allen 'Wilson, as- PEARS 3 $100"1 MILK / 3 390
picnic. Wednesday. Their teachers sistant ornamental horticulturist for for
Mrs. Rosemary Brown and with the Florida Agricultural\
f Mrs. Suzanne Bourne, along Extension -Service. Wilson says Duke'
r: with several parents, took the the Floratine variety is lower 21/2 OSAGE
t[ classes.to Marineland and Animal growing, has shorte, narrower, $ S
Land. more numerous leaf blades; and PEACHES ,4 for i'' FOOD 4 250 ,{
The Memorial Church invites makes a denser, more weed-free for {
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:, everyone to attend Sunday'school sod. It has an excellent dark I -
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at 10 A.M. and worship service green color. However it does Kraft'sMIRACLE 1 .
at 11 A.M. Rev. R. W., Dickert's not have any more chinch bug 48 oz. Alabama Girl
x sermon will be "The Typical resistance than other St. Augustine WHIP -, i Whole or Sliced +;
'> figures of Scenes in: the Rapture grasses.In I.DILL
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of God's Saints." addition to these advant- "
ages, :Floratine is the only certified Qt. 490 : j. PICKLES jar 390
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward and variety of St. Augustinegrass __
infant son were visiting here currently available. By .'- .
Monday with her mother and I f planting certified turfgrass, Wilson GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN WHOLE .
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,. stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. George I advises, you l are assured "
Miles Moody. that the, grass is true to type '
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(. and free of weeds, insects, and FRYERS : ; : 29
Rev. R. N. Hoover will install diseases when it leaves the ,,' '
the new officers of the Woman's grower. : : : Ib. .
Society of Christian Service dur- Growers who take part in the ..
ing the regular church services Florida Turfgrass Certification t ___ _
next Sunday at 10:30: A. M. All Program have obtained their .. . .
1 visitors are welcomed. Church foundation stock from the Uni- Copeland SmokedPICNICS i Palm RiverSLICED
t school is at 9:30. Following the versity of Florida and are periodically -
church service there will be a inspected by the Di 39*; !
fellowship dinner and the of- vision of Plant Industry ,of the lb. BAIb.49c
ficial board will meet after the State Iepartment of Agriculture.
dinner. Be sure to see the Blue Certification -
I II I I Tag as your- guarantee. -
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Rev. R, N. Hoover, Lyman L. that the grass is certified, the TenderChuck
Gage and C. B. 'Hull attendedthe ,turf specialist stresses. Quick Frozen
DeLand District Methodist. STEAK ibfi9* JIFFY STEAKS Xr 1 O
Mens' Retreat at Winona Lake I It is illegal to sell or buy any 'I VEAL PATTIES each
ft
J last Saturday. freshwater-- game fish in Florida.-, --
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PRODUCE
FROZEN FOODS

Dairy Bar and Delicatessen 6 oz. Seald' Sweet Yellow


;' OPPOSITE FLAGLER BEACH PIER LEMONADE- 10 for 990 SQUASH a.b. ,. 190


r FROZEN CUSTARD 9 oz. Mr. G(' French Fancy Ripe .

Thick Shakes, Sandwiches, Imported Cold Cuts. FRIES ': pkg. 100 ITOMATOES IB.doz.. 290

Picnic and Beach Needs. I

10 oz. Booth's BREADED I Large JuicyLEMONS

OPEN UNTIL 11 P. M. < '. I SHRIMP < 590 I 390
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Thursday, May 31; 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE .
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LAURA FETTERLEYTO I:.I Boris to prevent the spread of I j Virtually all limes grown.com-
forest fires from the railroad.Mr. rmercially in the U.S. come front

GRADUATE I Gage was guest of Bun j.Florida.UPHOLSTERY. .....

WITH HONORSLaura ; nell Lions Club Monday and I
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briefly explained the I
purpose
Elizabeth Fetterley, of, .
phylosophy of the Farm Bureauin
LOCALS :Bunnell is scheduled: to graduate f
general. I
: at Florida State University] I'

!. in Tallahassee June 2 with a I I

1 I''B.S. Nursing degree, cum DBJC Will Honor

MISS STEFLIK 1 ATTENDS METHODIST I:it was announced today laude'l WORK DONE'FREE

HONORED AT A I CONFERENCE IN .1 university. Students TodayDaytona
POOL PARTY LAKELANDDr. I:. In addition to Miss Fetterley
. Allen Reynolds will represent I there will be approximately 1100 I Beach Junior College :: ESTIMATES
.MissGrace, Steflik was guestof the Bunnell Methodist I l others receiving their ,degrees. president Roy F. Bergengren has

honor at a swimming party Church at the Florida Methodist i Dr. Doak S. Campbell, president named 18 students as candidatesfor F
given by her aunt and uncle, Conference to be held in. Lake I'I of the university from 1941 the school's highest ward, FREE DELIVERY
' the Louis Stefliks, on Monday, "The Hall of llameat the annual "
land June 4 through 8. I to 1957 will deliver the commencement 1'
t May 28th. Invited guests included He said his dental office. will i;I address, which he student awards assembly.I CALL
senior girls in the 1962 Among those named is Ronald ID 7-3111 ;
be closed all week. I II I has entitled "A Little Learning."
graduating class of Bunnell 1 1i Jaszczak of Bunnell.

S High School. I i Those from the Bunnell Methodist : i'I I In addition, Mr Jaszczak won I RiversideFurniture !.:-' '

? After several hours of swimming Church attending the Dis- :(!High School Courses/ an award in Engineering Excellence

the girls enjoyed a picnic trie Methodist Retreat held at I,I and received a slide rule. "
style luncheon served at the pool Winona last Saturdaywere I
r. Camp Set For Summer
side. Sandwiches, rolled into the I Florida beef has
production
Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., pastor i .. __
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shape of tiny diplomas and tied of the church, Ray Mercer,'1! A six-weeks summer school doubled since 1950. *, .
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green Dr. Allen Reynolds, and Jim I High begin on
and a cake, decorated in the Townsend. !June 18, Cliff McGriff said today.

class colors, were served to the Representing .the F 1 a g 1 e r The session will to make up
senior girls.JOSEPH I Beach Methodist Church were I work and advancement in Eng- Boatland Fishing Camp f

I Rev. Reynold Hoover, Lyman L. lish and math courses. TeacherI

STANLEY JAROSZ Gage, and Mr. Hull. I I for the summer school will be UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP ,

i :Mr. and Mrs. George Jarosz Mr. :Mercer served as organistand I j Averly Brown. 4 Miles So. Marineland on AlA & Inland Waterway
Dr. Reynolds directed the t i I Those wishing to take the
announce the arrival of an eight
I, pound four ounce son, born May singing during a portion of the i j!courses are requested to register BOATS MOTORS BAIT REFRESHMENTS '
at the school office
high by
services. i
23 Glendale in. Pa-
at Hospital (
Wednesday, June 6th. GAS PUMP ON DOCKS :
latka. He has been given the (
Mr. McGriff said there will be '
name of Joseph Stanley. THE BOOK NOOK I'' ; I
no charge for the summer C. T. RAWLINS, JR., Owner I

ATTENDS LUNCHEON I TREE HOUSE ISLAND I school instruction, but students
Scott Corbett will be required to buy their
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MILLIGAN SATURDAY I This is a very exciting and I work books and materials. I II

I} :Mrs. Alfred Tucker, Mr. and i interesting mystery story. It VACATIONS

Mrs. M. B. Fuller of Bunnell,I Is about two boys who are full!Lyman Gage Reports l I Are you taking your vacation trip without, adequate r rI
of adventure. The story takes insurance protection? For short-term or long-term
\ and George Moody, Sr., of Flag- J.
ler Beach, were in Orlando.Sat.. place on the eastern coast of ; On .Farm Bureau trip-surance, see us. Wherever\you go whenever you

I urday attending a testimonial the United States. Although the go However you, go-GO PROTECTED.
whole town tells them to stay The recently organized Flag-
I luncheon Milli-
honoring Jimmy
SEE H. T. COOK AGENCYGeneral
from two visiting scientists I ler Farm Bureau has already I
gan, chairman of the State away
i Insurance
been active the interests
representing

Democratic Executive Commit. the two boys watch them BUNNELL FLORIDA
tee. anayway. When things start to of agriculture in Flagler T I

'' The luncheon was held in the get dangerous the boys call in 1 county, Lyman Gage, chairmanof -- -P
public relations for the bureau
Cherry Plaza Hotel and was attended an artist friend, and between I
said
by about 300 persons. them all they fine the men who today. '
The board of directors has sent
CRAIG FUNERAL
two years before had robbed the .
rectOME
) telegrams to our congressional
t Mr. and Mrs. J.. E. (Pete) Bar bank. ,
requesting
ber visited here with his par By Library AssistantGordon .delegation in Washington f A. H. CRAIG. Funeral
them to the administration
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber, Hah oppose JOHN HARDIN Associate
farm bill of.c.
op ;
several days last week. They '
controls and price controls. AIR OXYGEN 1
have resided in Miami for the BUNNELL F. F. A. LADY
4 Also, he said, officers of the CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED I
past six years where he was CHAPTER ELECTS
Flagler Farm Bureau have contacted ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
I employed with the Hooper Construction NEW OFFICERS ,
FEC Railway about the .
1, Co. They were enrouteto Bunnell Chapter of the Future
fires that have been started by Phone ID 7-3532
Montgomery, Ala., where they Farmers of America held
passing trains and requestingthem
will reside in the future. ;a special meeting May 24 at the 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
I to take necessary precau l .
Ag Building of Bunnell High

Mr. and Mrs. Mather Stobbs of School. The following officers,

Miami visited here for a short were elected:

time last Wednesday with Mrs. President, Mickey Ramsey;; '

Jessie Way. vice president. Brice Hosford;; AIR CONDITION

secretary, Shorty Sheffield;;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skolar and treasurer, Flynn Edmonson; reporter *

three daughters are going to Walter Townsend; sentinel '
Cleveland this weekend for a Richard Bullock; parliamentarian j Your Home :: '
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visit with relatives and friendsat Jimmy Lopez; chaplain, ,

their former home there. I I Howard Emery. .. .
also elected
They Mickey

Louis Trad is reported to be Ramsey and Donald Barrow as $10.00 per month Up to 5 years to pay I'
,
recovering after undergoing delegates to the state convex .: I

I surgery at the University Medical : tion to be held in Daytona Bead: '
Bank
At Rates.
Center in Gainesville last in June. Shorty was elected al :

week. Mrs. Trad spent several ternate delegate. ,. ,.. :

days there with him. ... Walter Townsend, reporter. '

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1, ,CITY OF BUNNELL DOG LICENSES ARE DUE : . Whirlpool ,

JUNE 1, 1962, AND ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT 'i : .

THE CITY HALL I

MALE and SPAYED FEMALE1.00 Coleman and
G. E. Central I
FEMALE ..._......_................a_...-.._... $2.00A ' '


SIGNED RABIES BY A VETERINARIAN INNOCULATION MUST CERTIFICATE BE PRE- : AIR CONDITIONING !

SENTED BEFORE LICENSE WILL BE ISSUED. ,

ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE TO

HAVE A VETERINARIAN AT THE CIVIC CENT- FREE ESTIMATES

ER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1962, BETWEEN THE

HOURS OF 8:00 A. M. AND 10:00 A. M.


CITY OF BUNNELLNANCY Karris Appliance & Gas Co. . '


RODGERS, City. Clerk .

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PAGE SIX THE 'FLAGLEIt TRIBUNE BUNNELL, Thursday. May. 31., 1962

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i I Man or Woman Wanted. Good y,I''Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune MUSTACHELIFTERThe I I I On the average, Florida has

CLASSIFIED! : Rawleigh business now open in
Flagler Co., If willing to conduct I II t S2J50 A Year In Advance Alnus. aborigines of northern I one acre of water for every 11

I Home Service business with good I Japan, have a sacred muse- acres of land, according to the

tache lifter which men use Game and Fresh Water Fish
ADS profits. Write immediately. Raw
when they take a drink. Commission.
leig Dept. FAE-360-45: Mem- TV SERVICEALL

Listings under thla 'heading are phis, Tenn. -- ----
3 cents per word each Insertion, ,
75 cent Is minimum charge. May 10.24.31-3tp j I MAKESAgent "I
II
I For NOTICE

,FOR SALE-1961 19-inch True- I .1
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE
i Notice is hereby given that the_ described
following lands will be
tone Television in excellent con- On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing RCA & PHILCOTUBES sold at public auction at 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of June A. D.
dition. Contact Gloria Martucci, ', 1962. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell. 1
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and & ANTENNAS SOLD Flagler County. Florida to pay' the amount due for taxes herein set
corner Church and Howe Sts., all small appliances.; All work opposite the same. together with all cost of such sale and advertising
I AND INSTALLED DALE B. BROWN. Tax Collector Flagler County. Florida.
Bunnell, after 4 P.M. 5-31-ltc guaranteed. Ormond )

50 W. Granada next Hardware'-I TUBES TESTED FREE Description S ,T R A Taxes 4 Costs '

FOR SALE-10 nice lots on Tract I, block 12 --.-. 19 12 29 20 Voss' 1\1. .,_, 3.83-
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- Tract 2, block 1 20 12 29 10 Fenniman Effie Mae 2.24 .

North Daytona Ave., Flagler 4414. May 17-tfc. Tract 2. block 3 21 12 29 20 Stiller, Benard 3.83 1 II
Beach, Florida, being lots 7-8-9, TV Bob I I W 34 tract I, block, 6 21 12 29 10 Harrison Jr.. W.A.. & I ,

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Hope -. %
block 3, Model Land Company I EIh tract I, block 10 21 12 29 10 Gango Bessie n. _. 2..24
FOB SALE-Flagler Beach, 4' W3tract 2. block 6 29 12 29 5 Olds, T. ,V. & Ruth _. 1.45
Subdivision lots 7.8.9.10 block
; : FLAGLER BEACH tAt 21, block 11 30 12 29 Finneman Mrs. Ella M. .'18 II
4, Model Land Company Subdi unit apartment house. Partially PHONE HE 9-2204 Lot 30, block U 30 12 29 Stiller, n. ,78
j furnished. Lot ISO'xlSO1 block Lot 38. block 14 30 12 29 Haisen Arthur 'lg
vision; lots ,5-6-7: block 5, Model Lot 36. block 15 30' 12 29 Davleon Jas. ........_..,... .'18
'from ocean on Main St. Make a Lot 9. block 16 30 12 29 Steinbeck, John _. .'18I
Land Company Subdivision. No IlV TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, S% tract 1 & tract 3

down payment, just $5.00 per lot (reasonable offer. C. L. Ginn, IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY I block 6 -__ __. 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith, B. 4.33
I owner, 421 Lemon St., Palatka FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN Book 51, page 394, block
,
per month, plus 6% interest, RE: 4 _-_..--._._ 4 13 29 1 Smith, F.T. & Virgina I.U
EA 53534. 5-3-6-7, inc-6tpI Estate ofANNA Lot 2. block 2. Lake .
will sell as one parcel, or in j I JOHNS. I Dl ton Sub 9 U 29 Ritts, E. H. & Ruby I.U

three parcels as per block. B. A. Deceased. BAXLEY'SUB
I NOTICE OF PRORATE Lot 28 Torrance, Tom & Ruby 11.4I
Bolton, P.O. Box 718, St. Augustine HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, I III TO ALL, PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Lot 6 Thomas, Pearl Lee 10.93
I large living THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-'I KNOX JONES sun .
Florida. June 7 4tc3TOTICE II dining area, carport -
-- CEDENT Lot 2. block E Scott Jane 8.60
M I and utility room, CBS on I You are hereby notified that .a Lot 1. block E Giddens, Florence 3.96
written Instrument purporting to Lot 13. block E _' Toner, Helen M. 1.31
I no"longer '1100 105 lot 311 South
am connected x corner be the Last Will and Testament of TOWN OF DUNNELL '

in any way with Bunnell I Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf I saId decedent has been admitted to Lots 5-6. block 12 :Johnson, P. S. 3.30

I probate in this Court. You are Block 12A ........._...._-.--' Johnson, P. S. __ 1.98
Hospital. Ralph E. Wood. hereby commanded within six calendar Lots 11-12, block 91 -' Williams Warnell 3.3Q
months from the date of the Lots 11-12. block 93 Davis, Eliza & Emanuel -
5-31-ltp .FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed. first publication of this Notice. to Hazel ____ 11.05

room house at north end of Palmetto appear in this Court and show Lot I, block 123r....__ .- Brown, Willie &Nathan 1.98
FOR SALE-14 foot runabout c ause if any you can, why the action Southeasterly Ih'lots
I Flagler: Beach, on boat of this Court in admitting said 11-12 block 123.;- -S. Maylord Nealy & johnII' -
boat and trailer, 25 horsepower Will to probate should not stand ; : son. Merceda U.'U
canals cool
:pleasant living, exFceptional unrevoked. : t
I f Johnson control, skits, $250.00. I (County Judge's Seal) Lots 1-10-11-12. block : '
value beautiful interior -
124 King Riley 6.45
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l Call ID 73347. 5-31-ltp I and exterior $90.00 I T.Judge K. McKNIGHT of the CountyJudge.s Lot 9. block 124 I Harris Lamar, Jr. 1.98
I per
Lot 3. block 129 .' Stephenson Lula 1.8
t: FOB: SALE-55 Pontjac, 4-door :j month for September 1 occu- OSSINSKY & KROL Court. Lot 1. block 130 Davis Fred & Eliza DA 11.U
I Lots 3-4 block-131 _
Emely Parramore, es-
:automobile in good condition. !I pancy. Contact present rentersor oUl Main Beach.Street Florida state '.11

Alexander Lumber Co. Day- Daytona Estate Lot 9, block 160 ___ Dunlap, John & Abraham -
for the
Contact Jim Moore, 3rd Street, I i Attorneys ___ 3.81

Flagler Beach. 5-31-ltp tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF ; May 10-17-24-31-4tc Lot 10. block' 160 __ Melvins James ,& Minnie -

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6.45
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 0.0-
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.IN Lots 11-12. block 160 Dunlap Charlie et al 19.19
FOR RENT-Furnished 1 bed- j I Ocean front housekeeping apartments CHANCERY NO. 4464 NE 25. lots 3-4, except

room house, 7 mil north Flagler TOMMY C. BENTLEY book 26. page 42" ..... ....
I 1 and 2 bedrooms compete Plaintiff, block 161 Shaw, Flora 2.91

Beach, 7 mil.; south Marinelandon with linens and all utilities. vs. Lot 1, block 161 Pouncy, F.J. & Elizabeth -
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ANN R. BENTLEY 11.05
AlA Intracoastal
Highway
Sun deck, fishing, swimming, Defendant. Lots 4-5-S-9, less R/W
Waterway in back. No children, week month. NOTICE TO DEFEND US No. i. block 166 Hall Thomas 1'1.05
loafing.
Day, or TO Lot block 169 16.65
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA : 5. Johnson, L11lle Mae '
retired couple preferred, $35.00 a Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. ANN R. BENTLEY S'V 95. lots 101112. I
month. Cecil Thomas. 111 Barnes Street block 1'10 Williams 'Varnell 6.n
5.24.2tpSEPTIC
HE 9--2082 7-6tf Reldsville. North Carolina Lots 9-10-11-12, block

You are hereby notified that a 199 ___ Sheffield ,I... S. Jr. t.tO
TANK-cleaning reasonable suit has been filed aginst you in Lots 5-1-8. block 202 Ralph Harbert 8.68
the above entitled cause; and you Lot 6. block 202, CItizens Bank of Dun-
rates. George Jarosz, phone JOHNSTON'S are hereby required to file you answer nell 19."
ID 7-3410 5-17-11-17.paid' with the Clerk of this Court Part of tract 15. book
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. and to serve a copy thereof upon 45., page 212, block B U 12 30 0.21 Citizens Bank of Dun- t
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, . nell 14.90
FOR BENT unfurnished LOTS, !'HOMES, OCEAN. FRONT, -
r I 2 bedroom whose name and address is: LINCOLN IIEIGIITS

: duplex apt. screen porch. WATER FRON FARMS W. I... WADSWORTHP. Lots 2-3, block 5 Lula & Theresa & 08-
O. Box 396
bourne & Jeanet 'Varre 9.10
ID 7-3304 May 8-tf ACREAGESee I Bunnell, Florida CARVER SUB
us for: your real\estate\ needs not later than June 28th A. D., 1962. Lots '1-8. block 1 U 12 30 Johnson, Issac & Viola 19.19
If you fail to do. decree pro con- BUNNELL 1I0MESITES -
REQUEST FOR BIDS Office Phone HE 9-2242 fesso will be entered against you block Major .
I Sealed bids will be received In Lots 13-14. 1 Charlie __ .9. %
for the relief demanded in the bill Lot 14, block 4 .:...-. Underwood Joe & An-
the office of the' City Clerk of' the Residence Phones ID 7-3691 of complaint. The nature of said
nie 1.8
.
City of Bunnell. Florida in the
Civic Center Building, on or before or ID 7-3517 suit being for divorce. Tract I, block C 22 12 30 10 Maoris, Angeline &
WITNESS my hand and seal of
Jules .2.74'Tract
12:00 o'clock noon on the 18th said Court this 25th day of May
day of June A.D. 1962 for the 6. except book U.
I I ; COURT A. D. 1962.Official page .285, block B 2 13 30 9 A. Claberella %.48
{following: I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE book
Part tract 5. U.
One hundred (100) 5/8" x 34"sll IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. -
Clerk of said Circuit Court
block B 2 13 30 1.
page 285, 1.0 Mrs. B. Walker es-
bronze PROBATE .
water meters, straight FLORIDA. IN By Julia R. Harvey U.2 I
of tate .._--
reading register in gallons. rein- IN RE Estate Deputy Clerk
forced flat disc without thrustroller EDWARD C. MITCHUM.. Book 26. page 502.
measuring chamber halves deceased. May 31 & June 1-U-21--Uc block A 3 \13 30 1.0 JYlngton, AI. I... & Kath- u u

must enclosed be available gear separately trains with, to cast beaU TO ALL NOTICE PERSONS OF PRORATE INTERESTEDIN [ IN THE AND COUNTY FOR FLAGLER JUDGE'S COURTIN COUN- S1,4 of S% of SEA' --., 37 13 30 40 He H. Kout estate'."_.. ZZ.20.53t.ot

bronze must have change THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-
gears TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 25 38 10 31 9.09 Marine Realty Company 22.35
gears for calibration. Included to CEDENT IN RE ESTATE OF Book 51, page 305 40 10 3115.12 Esposito & Company,_ 'l9.3S
be 100 Ford or approved equal me- You are hereby notified that a
EDWARD C. MITCHUM.
ter yokes with shut-off valve and written instrument purporting to Book 58. page 331. 40 10 31 5'19 Domphe Phyllss & A.G. 6.11
Deceased. Book 57. page 461 _' 40 10 31 %3.69 Johnson P.S. & Doris 1.91
100 concrete meter boxes with cast be the Last Will and Testamentof NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
JOSE PARK SUB
Iron reading eye. said decedent has been admittedto creditors of the estate of Edward .
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Lots 39-40-U-U Johnson P. S. & Doris 43.05
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in this Court. You are : -- -
Each bid' shall be addressed to probate C. Mitchum. deceased are
the City Commissioners Bunnell. hereby commanded within six calendar I hereby notified and required to file ARTESIA sun
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L Florida. The City Commissioners months from the date of the any claims or demands which they Lot 4, block 9 Dompe A. G. & Phyllss .18
: reserve the right to reject any and first publication of this notice to may have against said estate in South 2% acres of lot 10 26 .11 31 2.50 Varn. Mary Belle &
all bids and also to accept the bid appear in this Court and show the office of the County Judge of Claude G.McCumber. .. ...-.. 2.66
i. that in Its judgment will be for the"best cause, if any you can. why the action Flagler County Florida in th SUNRISE BEACH sun
; interest of the City of Bun- of this Court in admitting said th Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida. 35
,
,I I: nell, Florida. Will to probate should' not stand within six calendar months from Lots 5-6. block 5 36' 11 31 Abba 7.21
(,. WITNESS my hand and official unrevoked. the' date of the first publication COCIIRAN PLACE sun
seal this 28th day of May. A.D. T. K. MCKNIGHT. of this notice. Each claim or demand Lots 2-3-14. block 7' 1 12 31 Jones, Florence 12.77
County Judge Flagler County, must be In writing and must WIIISPERING PINES
1962.NANCY C. RODGERS Florida. state the place of residence and WH lot 5, block 2 Kelly, Joseph W. 1.71
City Clerk of Bunnell Florida First publication May 10. 1962. post office address of the claimantand MOODY SUB %
May 31-2tc May 10-11-4-31--4tc must be sworn to by theclaim- Lots 5-6-7-8. block

I' ( ...._.._...... .... '
{' ant. his agent or his attorney, or Moody Gary. E. L. & Ruth __ 61.71
it will become void according to Lots 9-10 & South 250' -
NOTICENotice law' of North 450' of closed .
t DATED this 30th day of April. ally, block Moody _.-. Gary E. L. & Ruth 15.28

: Lot 22. block 24 Krazanowski, Helen 3.67
Is hereby given that the following described lands or so much 1962.Hattie Drucilla Mitchum .
herein Lots 6-8. block 28 Johnson. P. S. & Doris 49,10!
the amount due for taxes
thereof will be to pay of
as necessary Executrix of the Estate
: set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising, Edward C. Mitchum. deceased. NV4 lot 12. block 31 __ ; ; Mark. Francis & Delora 33.96
,:. will be sold at public auction on on the first day of June 1962. at the UPCHURCH AND UPCHURCH Lot 1. block 38 Scruggs Jr., C. D. &
Frances ._... ,. 49.60Lot
Collector in the Community Center Building be- -
office of the City Tax ) Exchange Bank BuildingSt.
t 600
6 block 38 . Jr. J. H. __ 3.67
Hafer
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" at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. in the City of Bunnel. Flagler Countyfloridf. . Augustine Florida --
I NANCY C. RODGERS. City Tax Collector. City of Bun Attorneys for Executrix Block 41 all & book 57,

o nell. Florida.. First publication on May 10, 1962. page 392 P.Bishop Hurley. Joseph 7.71

( Hunter 3.20 May 10-11-4-31-tc Lot 2. block 50 --' Turner. John R. & Bes-
& Martell
Lots 10-11-12. block 5 C. K. sic 31.43
r, Lot 10, block 89 James (& Lillian GldI IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Lots 10-11. block, 54 Powers. Mary et al __ 5.20
dings 23.50 IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLAGLER HARRORH sun '
I, lots 11-12 block FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
SWH Book 57. page 111, lot
t 12S L Nealy Maylord & Mer- IN RE: 8. block 1 12 12 31 0.22 Green. Jr.. W. E. 85.94
ceda Johnson _______ 24.00 Estate ofANNA PARK '
t deceased. AMENDED stIR OF VENICE
JOHNS
I Lots 124 1-10-11-12. block ( Riley King 820 NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Lot 8, block 77 Koskela Andrew r._ & NIna -

7.70 ALL PERSONS AND ALL 1- 4.17
I Lot 9. block 124 Lamar Harris. Jr. '
t 8 H lots 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 subdivided- f
Dunlap 23.50 TATE: except the west 500 ..' -.
Lot 10. block 160 -R 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
I SE 20' lot 4. block 161 Flora Shaw --. ....r_ 4.60 claims and demands which you. or page 255 & except .
;SW 30' lot 4 All 5-6 except either of you. may have againstthe book 53. page 280 13 12. 31 8 Upson Ida .,, 5.92
R/W US No. 1. _..,- Estate of ANNA' JOHNS. Deceased Part of Bulow lot 5; 37
block 161 __s _' ; 1v.H. & Carrie Hill 55.50 late of Flakier County. book 58. pages UU38 12 31 >0.52 Broils H. H. & Mary .se
.' Tots 5-7-8. block-202 .. I} t Ralph E. Harbert 2.30 State of Florida. to the HonorableT. FUQUAY SUB
block 202 'CItizens Bank of Bun K. McKNIGHT, Judge of the Lot 10. block Fuquay Gee. Inez B. ...-...--.-. ,. C.11
I \ Lot 6. nell __ 2.80 County Judge's Court. In Bunnell Lot 5. block 3 Sanford Ruth __-.. .. 24.87
Tot T Frac: block 261 Unknown 1.40 Florida. within six calendar months Lot 10. block 7 McCumber. Abba __ 3.67
Lot 3., block 1. Lincoln from the date of the first publication Lots 222324. block 25 Glnn. C. L. --.- _, 91.50
_. .;"-: : Jasper & Mary Anderson of this notice. Each claim or Lots 1 to 24 IncL. block ...
I ',' 15.00Lots demand must be in writing and SZ Kloska Olga 19.32
4-5. block 1. Llncoln must state the place of residenceand Lots t-%. block 34 __ Chueca, Amelia ...-.-.-,- 2.16
'" .
Hts. Jasper & Mary Ander- post-office address of the MORNINGSIDE SUB
I son .. 4.00 claimant his agent or attorney. Lot 8. block 9 Hord. S. R & Doris 2.92
, l'Lots 2-!. block 2, Lincoln All claims and demands not presented Lot 12. block 13 Whitaker. W. H. & Lil
3.70 within the time and in the lian 1- 2.66
Hts. Ed & Lucy London ------- ----
.. block-Lincoln : manner prescribed by law shall be MORRS SUB _
Lot 10. 3. -
I Kts. ,'- : .. .W. H. & Carrie Hill 1.45 barred an provided by law Lot 5. block 1 Patrick. Ben F. & Caro-
Lot 9 block-4 Lincoln .' LOUIS OSSINSKY. SR.As 'le l' lyn T. . ... 58.69
1.
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: "Hta.... Gladys Mills :.._._-.._. 3.10I Executor of the Last win block S S4. lot 24.
I'j.:, %.t1ts 1314. block 1. and Testament and Estate of ,,,..,,...... Haynes. Claries __,__ .570
I I.. "Bunnell Homesitea Charlie Major ..-... 1.45 Anna Johns Deceased. Lot 11. block 2 -. n. '. Yongue Mary B. ____ 3.47
: '
OSSINSKY KROL ATLANTA BEACH SUB
. Txtt 14. block 4, Bunnell -
Homesltes .... ......... Joseph & Annie. Under- 411 Main Street The south 38 of lot 24.
,. wood 6.60 Daytona Beach. 'Florida. & lots 25-26-27-28.
: Nancy C. Rodgers. City' Tax Collector. City of Bunnell. Florida Attorneys for the Estate exceot RW.AlA.. .

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; Thursday, May 31, 1962,. ( I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA __ PAGE SEVEN !
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Population oft [In 1950, there were 51 Floridians I states have a greater proportion J newly gained, are continuallyon age moved into a different
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I to every square mile of land in of urban population than does the move. Two-thirds of the house during the period 195S to ..
Florida Becomes the state and 91 in 1960. The I Florida. population above five years of 1960.
national average stood at 43 and "Florida residents born in
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Urbanized 51 respectively. Sixteen states I foreign lands made up 5.5 per - .-
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
, were more densily populated cent of the state's populationup
than Florida in'I960."Seventyfour I ( from 4.7 per cent in 1950), PHARMACYSick Community :
The growth of Florida's popu Room Supplies-Sundries
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lation over the past 10 years per cent "of I IFlorida's HOSPITAL ,SUPPLIES Memorial Church
of 5.4 cent."Of I
has resulted in significant 4,951,560 residents livedin per 24-Hour Prescription Service I Inter-denominational

I \ changes in the make up and cities by the official census the Florida ,residents who Free Delivery. AlA 1 in ml.Flagler North of BeachRt. AIR CONDITIONED
characteristics of the residents count in 1960. This compares were born in the United States, ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
Daytona Ave.
t of the state, the Florida State with 66 per cent in 1950. Duringthe 38 per cent of them were native
Chamber of Commerce says. 10 years, the state's ,urban the state in 1960, down from THE OUTBOARDER tI FLAGLER BEACH !
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t "Such population increased 102 per per cent in 1960. Throughoutthe I Authorized Evlnrude Dealer I Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
physical facts density
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cent while rural population' nation, 70 per cent of the BOATS -ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Church Service 11:00 A.M.
of population and the
move
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urban areas 1
t' 70 per cent of the populationlived the state of birth. WE FINANCE I EVERYONE WELCOME I \
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'.: : PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER :TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA' Thursday, May 31, 1962
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Future Farmers rounded by a yellow halo. In- However, materials used for I!rough'irregular-surfaces formed the plant is stunted and often
I I
fected leaves turn yellow and black spot may control the dis near the ground, on the roots '.
fall from the plant. In case of ease. Maintaining healthy rose ] dies.When
I I you discover gall on
Of State Meet in severe attack, defoliation is plants is the best prevention. I compound., i I roses it is a good idea to burn
lowed by death of the plant.fot-I While checking is I' .
your rose Crown gall common on the plant, as there is no prac
:: Daytona BeachMore Spores of the fungus are plantings each morning, be sure I and some times on aerial stems. I[ tical, method of curing the dis
spread by splashing rain or by to keep an eye out for powdery When the' galls become large ease. .
than 800 school boys mechanical contact when the mildew. The disease usually appears )
members of the Florida Association leaves are wet. During humid, on young leaves, shoots .- --
.. of Future Farmers of America ) hot weather spores of black spot and buds as a- white powderymass
i will attend the 34th Annual will germinate and infect a rose "of felt-like spores. 24 HourWrecker *' !
{ . 'FFA Convention in Daytona plant within a six-hour period. j :Mildew may show up worst I Service '
;. .Beach, June 12-15. ,It's best to prevent black spot on young leaflets, causing ai I
State School Supt. Thomas D. I rather than cure it. A weekly slight rolling of the leaf edge. I I' Flagler Truck & Tractor Co ;
:Bailey said representatives from I dust or spray throught the year i' On young shoots it may cause .:
3.G2 chapters are expected. There I is good insurance against black swelling ,or distortions. MASSEY-FERGUSON
!
are 9303 members in 162 chap i spot. During rainy weather it I! You can control powdery mil I Grove FarmIndustrial Equipment

I / ters in Florida counties. Victor I is a good idea to step up the dew with weekly applications of I Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 \
/ Butler, National, FFA President, I frequency of the protective pro- ''I Karathane 'also known as Mil- Night ID 7-3529 _. t
:Havana, Florida, will address gram. | dex. It is often sol das rose dust.
VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER
the conference. Chemicals that have given! Dieback is caused by a fungus.It .
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0' Owner Parts&Shop Managervwjvjj ,
During the convention, FFA black spot protection include, usually is noticed after pruning -I .
members will in vari- captan and maneb. or mechanical injury.In _
compete .. . .. .. ... . . . .-...-. . .. . . . ... .-.
. ous contests for cash prizes to- At first glance Cercospora leaf I early stages rose shoots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . -. t
';' taling over $5600; fourteen cost- spot may be confused With black wilt. As the canes die back the FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT :,1
f free trips to the National FFA spot. Cercospora spots have dis- i leaves turn yellow, then brown,
Convention, iri Kansas City, Mo., tinct gray centers with purplish and may remain hanging on I
in October; seven trips to the or reddish brown borders.: |the cane. The dieback fungusis AMBULANCE. 4
F National Junior Vegetable Growers Symptoms of Cercospora first often prevalent on plants"thathave SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4-1625

Association Convention in appear on mature leaves as yel- been defoliated by blacks ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
Miami, in December; and four yellow-green dots which change! )>O.t. 1
I :scholarships to the University of to gray or brown areas with I- You can keep down diebackby Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

'f" :Florida. darker colored borders. The spots I avoiding cultivation injuries, are always at your service with promptness, safety and
New officers will be elected at -are circular with well-defined I improving growing conditionsand .xpert ee...
the meeet and 177 Future Farmers margins. The disease often is i keeping the plants free
r will receive the State Farm- associated with poor growing I from other diseases. If you prune Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

o .er Degree, highest FFA Award conditions and is likely to crop I roses, it is a good practice to
lin the state.. Prominent citizens up at any season of the year. paint the wound with a pruningroses Garcia Funeral Home
. from Florida will receive honorary I University of Florida research. and many other plants.
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
e membership in the FFA for ers say that fungcidies are only This 'disease is easy to spot because I '
f.l- their contribution toward the development partially effective for Cercospora. i of the rounded galls with I LADY ASSISTANT j

of agriculture and vwwvvw Jv wvvrl v v -
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... Six school girls, representing ,.

FFA Chapters, will compete for .. .. .. ... .... ... ...
Q. .. .. ..>,r. .M. . .. ... r. .v. sHK ... M .. v. +N.v:% .r. ..N iiiI
the title of FFA Sweetheart and

,: $200 in prizes. Those competingIn ,
; the Sweetheart Contest are: I

r. Mary Lou Taylor, DeFuniak,
r:;' Springs; Frances Smith: Havana; I
r' Vivian Johnson, Lake Weir; Beth I II

"Bandy, Dade City; Ruth Colvard, :
\,0' Pahokee; and Susan Lewis, Wil-

L.L liston.State FFA President Charles I Your Choice. .

: '"Chuck"Beck, Chiefland,. will'.
F'' :preside over the convention.
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i ii Gardening In FloridaBy

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( Hervey Sharpe) ,1 # ,
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. Roses are like June brides- ;SS -:

k' 'both are beautiful. .
,'" And with, rare exceptions, both 1
; .5. must have beauty aids to maintain T
lt; their loveliness.Without a
I r/ doubt, chemicals are to roses as I
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; from one kind of living beauty
apply chemicals. These "plant
.- cosmetics" will disease
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from ravaging your rose plantIngs FLDP1OA
f_ and cutting short the sup-

:ply of beauties.
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( Act now, because a few ounces \
F ,' tof chemicals as prevention are

:. 'worth many illfated pounds
:. cased after a disease raises its "- ,

ugly head. .
f, The major' problem of roses isblack
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spot, according to Dr. How- ,
ard Miller, pathologist with the
Florida Agricutlural Experiment
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"', :Stations.This fungus is especially trou- S jg I o SUNSHINE I STATE o B2 .

",, "blesome during rainy weather; :

i":. however, it may strike at any
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MOST POPULAR
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! radiating margins. The spots r
| vary from pinhead: size to half 5
fc,: the width of the rose leaf. : FAMILY OF GASOLINES

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