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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 7, 1962
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:.: ,VOLUME 50, NO. 22 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR
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.. City Will Try I Cody To Graduate I City CommissionAgain WELFARE Affective July OFFICE.1, the' I' of : t I f

Office will be at the -

c 'Test Wells For Monday,. June 11 \ Considers house each first open and third [ Board i

days. The open hours
At GainesvilleLawrence
Water Supply Question from 9 A.M. to noon, Resigned 1,1

E S. Cody, 3rd, of Bun\Zoning worker Shirley Mason said I d
I nell, is a candidate for the degree -, day. '1
:, Flood, Wilson and Associatesof of Bachelor of Electrical Application for rezoning for !i I Ria Johnston, chairman : !

Jacksonville presented a report I Engineering. He is the son of business lots 10 and 11, block 56, the Board of Public Instruc"I" i

and specifications for test was rejected by the city com- announced at a board meet. "
fu' Mr. and :Mrs. L. S. Cody, Jr. of 'Music Director' 'I
I wells for the City of Bunnell at Bunnell. mission Monday night. Objections Tuesday morning that she : I,
the city commission meeting from surrounding property sent her resignation to the
'ki The University of Florida will I
,: : Monday night. owners was the basis for the de I Magazine effective that day. She
award about
, diplomas to 1,300 I
c Intent of the specifications is j graduates commencement exercises -.cision. I I she would attend the meet i

.,'; to obtain ,a satisfactory test well Monday, June 11, in the! The application for rezoning Bunnell Hi as a spectator. She gave her I I

' to provide information as to the I I university gymnasium. for business was ,made by Mr.I for resigning as personal. ...

feasibility of a new deep-well I and Mrs. Charles Worley who The Florida Band Chairman Roy Likins will I I

. t water supply. t requested rezoning for business I "Band of the Month" is as chairman until the next I
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,' The present water supply con. for a barbeque stand and beer High's "Biggest Little meeting. i f

sists of two gravel packed wells County BoardHas license. Dixie," the band being board approved the modi

which have a high iron content These lots also were includedin in the Music Director \ plan for the Flagler
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and which do not provide a reliable Routine an application for rezoning- in its June issue. school building. The 'es ; i
quantity of water. The 10 lots of block 56 for a shopping The magazine article '
cost to be around $3000.
wells are approximately 86 feet center two months ago. The part: "From a very small call for
: plans a new lighting
deep and in a waterbearingstrata Meet Monday application was withdrawn after munjty, a band which has heaters, and rearrange [

t' above .the limerock forma i I I a neighborhood objections were ed respect throughout the of the office and class '

tion. The Board of County Commissioners filed.W.. has been produced. Some in the old building.
t The proposed test well is tot at its meeting Monday I W. Deen asked permission how it happened or how it I
board all
be drilled into the limerock transacted a usual run of routine Monday night to file a permanent done. reemployed non-

formation to determine the chemical , business. Among things the objection to spot rezoningin "The school's 'Biggest personnel at the

"'_ .'. characteristics of water at board did: residential :areas. Band in Dixie' was schools for next year. Jo-
f' Crews of the
various depths from 200 to 400 Authorized Rayonnier to ,closea The commission adopted a this name even when folks, as secretary
school, Betty Johnson, t.:
road from U.S. 1 at High Point resolution that would prevent' used to ,ask where the
feet.The at the Beach I
Flagler
commissioners think there to to and across the FEC Rail. I spot rezoning in residential areas Bunnell was, 'still could not I

'is a better water supply in this way. It is the road that led to until such time as the present .ure out its exact location. Supt. Holland recom

".' " ,area, and they decided to have the FEC section houses which business-zoned area is over- "The band is one of the the board employ a see '.1 )
.r* for Carver High School
the tests made. are being abandoned. crowded. high school bands in Florida.
Com. H. A. Eisenbach said he_ Received a petition from a Present business-zone includes long ago as 1934 the band year so the business edu
teacher devote her
would like for the other commissioners group asking that the second blocks east of Railroad St. to a regular part of the may

_" to consider city plan.. floor offices of the courthouse be Cherry St., running almost to the curriculum.. time to teaching.

1:," ning for future growth and re- air conditioned at this time. This north and south city limits. And This year the band enters personnel reemploy' .
include for Bunnell school
:. zoning. He said he felt it was was rejected. since the budget blocks west of Bay St. to Forsyth 13th straight State Band ,

something each commissioner .provides for? conditioning, the St., and north to the overpass. since World War II, Cauley, Mary Pache, Na-
it" should have time tothlnkjibo'iitand .rSf'JI\r T w .the. Also several blocks on Dejen Cox, Pauline Lovelace,,Jean
i --- .t oar. thisfyear": and : made Superior- ratings-- .
'. carefully consider before board hopes to air condition the Road are business zoned. 13 district contests. and Elizabeth Durrance. .r

, definite action is taken. He requested second floor next year. The objection to dogs and The Biggest Little Band Beach ,School: Lilah
and Elizabeth Johns.
t the commissioners' to Received notice from Flagler horses was referred to the ordinance Dixie' is located in a

': give some time an dthought to Clinic &Hospital and State'Board concerning animals and I community, fortunate to High School, Evalena

r the matter. of Health that the per day cost ,fowls. It was pointed'out by the cooperative administration Luella Williams. All "
bus drivers rehired.
t The City of Bunnell has been welfare patients is now $24.65 city attorney that any one annoyed faculty, a proud student were
presented three awards of honor instead of $15. The new rate be- by animals may sjgn a and dedicated parents of board voted to buy 24. f

r. by the Department of Public came effective May 28. complaint against the owners of members. Civic groups, at a cost of $1,145 for the

Safety of Florida. The awards The board was officially informed the animals.The businesses, Bunnell and field, if money is avail- ,
in the 1963 budget. Lights
are for meritorious service to its that the Florida Inland. commission authorized County Boards of L'c
be transferred when the
f people and to the State of FlorIda Navigation District would not clerk to sign the note and mortgage ers, the School Board,
field is
i for no traffic fatalities during -,levy any taxes this year. for block 86, being bought uals, band parents, and built.
f the years of 195919601961. Louis Uihlien asked the boardto from the Episcopal Church. Notesof members, themselves, board granted requests

J The city adopted an ordinance contribute to rebuilding of $1,800 will be due in ,November financial support for its use of school buses in trans.

governing the use of water dur a Negro's house that recently 1962, and Noverber, 1963. "Thus, Bunnell High 4-H Club members to
Lake Camp July 30 to
ing a water shortage crisis. burned. The board members band represents District
Fire Chief Charles Creal dis pointed out it could not becauseit .... Florida Band Association as 4; transporting basket

# cussed the possibility of including can't spend public funds on 'Band of the Month' in the students DeLand for one
Vacation Church June 19.22; transporting
in the next budget funds "
private property. of Florida, this June, 1962. .
members to Guest at
\ for purchase of another piece of Received a communicationfrom A sketchy history of the Night I !!
School MondayVacation University of Florida Short i
fire fighting equipment. He said Civil Defense that four perhaps should be related.
June 12.
the present fire engine is 12 buildings in Flagler county had Church School will the bottom of the Great I
also consideration
years old and he feels there is been approved as fallout shelt begin at 8:45 Monday morningat sion a few civic minded approved
Cuban to
hiring refugee
a
a need for additional equipment, ers-Marine Studios, the court the Bunnell Methodist Church. formed a small town
Spanish, and voted to con.
something like a small pumper, house, Flagler Beach Hotel and The school will run to 11:15 each I among whom were W. J.
the of-
at a cost of around four to six Lehigh Cement Co. plant. Since morning Monday through Fri rick, now first vice pupil assignment

thousand dollars which could be certain alterations would be Gulf Life Insurance Co.,
day.Theme board adopted a policy to
financed. Mr. Creal is to look necessary at the plant, owners for this year is "The Biddle, 'Claude and Joy
further into the prices and fin. did not give approval to use the Bible." Co-directors for the Luther Pike, Dale B. Brown, a year's experience to any '

ancing before the new budget plant until it is determined who school this year are Freda Deen M. B. Fuller, and perhaps who takes professional
to go back to school :to
.. time. should pay for alterations. and Becky Clegg. All children others. They stayed
certifi
higher grade
a
E Commissioner C. H. Cowart who will be four years old before just long enough to get
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; CATTLEMENS suggested county road equip January 1, and who have sters interested. Then the

MEET IN DAYTONAFlagler ment be used to assist, in emergencies just completed the 8th grade are Heney brothers, John, Bill

Seminole and Volusia to fight .forest fires. It invited to attend.Kindergarten Ed, successively, were

counties will be hosts to the was decided to refer this ,to' the teachers are: by the school board as Race Track

midyear conference of the FlorIda legislative representative. The Carol Jean Atkinson, Kathy The present director,

Cattlemen's Association at county's taxpayers now are con Knight, and Nell Johnston. Pre- Morris, came -to the school

Daytona Beach June 1315. tributing approximately $8,000 a primary teachers are Margie the fall of 1941 as director, To County i

The conference will open with 11 year for forest fire control, in the Kinney and Maxine Buckles.For has been Jts director since I

registration at 9 A.M. at the county. the primary department cept for the time he was tat e Comptroller Ray E.

Castaway Motel. The three-day Discussed doing same type of are: Madge Johnston and Lucille the Army* during World reported Tuesday each of

program includes business sessions drainage work on Middle Haw I I ,Johnston. Junior boys will When he returned to civilian 67 counties will receive an i

speakers, banquets dance, Creek as being done on Big have Laura Reynolds. Junior it was back to Bunnell check this month of ,f

shows, and many other featuresof Haw Creek. girls, Phyllis Barber. Intermediates he had to begin all over to from race track taxes. !

entertainment. Agreed to advertise to sell old Becky Clegg. Junior Crafts tinue "The Biggest Little said the total sent to f

paving'brick from old brick road Doris Tucker and Ann Creal. in Dixie." county to date for the cur t;;

COPPER PAVED STREETS at so much per thousand, bid. Pianists are Arline Knight and It is so well known and fiscal year Is $7,500 more

Elisabethville, the capital' of ders would have to get brick Ray Mercer. Supply chairmanis such a high reputation county than the counties re-

S Katanga has streets literally themselves at time of construction Lucille Cobb. all probability it will be for the corresponding

paved with copper. Pressed slag of road. Closing exercises will be at of the bands participating in during the previous fis

paving blocks from nearby Bids received to supervise con- 10:30 Friday morning, June 15, Cherry Blossom Festival year.

mines contain traces.of the met- struction of a new residence for' in the sanctuary of the new Washington next October month's check will bring '

al. Unlike many mining boom the county road supt. but rejected church. building. fact Donald S. Lamb, total received by each coun

towns, Elisabethville followed a the two bids and will re- manager of special events since July 1, 1961 to 192500.

planned development, with neat advertise so 'that specific requirements Florida's production of spring has said that Bunnell distribution of race track

i. houses, inviting shops shady of work can be made peppers for 1961 was six percent I band will be one of the for the 1961.62 fiscal year

streets, ,and flower beds. clear to bidders. I,i above t average volume. be invited. I be June 30, he said.




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NOTES made a beautiful catchin I 1 Rodgers 3 1 1,, 264 51. Hilsel beck 3 1 2 -.

M centerfield. Tommy Durrancethe 1 M[D. Burned 2 1 0'J. jt j Ab B H 31 51G(

Coach Cliff McGrlffs game old pro made a sensationalstop t I. Sheffield 2 1 1 First Baptist 2 1 0 I Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R KI

winning double in the bottom of a' sure hit. The Church 1.I Cliff Shefeld 3 0 0 Improta 1 Lumber Co. 1 10 2 0 0 0 4 5
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Thursday, June 7, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA .. PAGE THREB

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"" 1 Innings. 12345 R H I

Church .14411 11 7. > ,
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I Clinic 10360. 10 8.'

Two base hits Westbrook, Pin-
Continued From. Page .2 '1 ner- and Bertha. J.

Two base hits Winner,, Firmer? loser, Bertha.
Cummins
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-. Millan and McGriff. 1 Umpire, Wall and Smith;scorer, w.. '

Winner, Pinner; loser, Mercer.: J. Crews. I

Umpire, Whitaker; scorer, J. 1WRY MONT"
Crews. WADSWORTH WINS 4-3
OVER SEVILLE'''

CITY SOFTBALL Johnny Rodgers with two hits
LEAGUE STANDING I led the Wadsworth Lumber Co.
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'"? 't"w'L to a: 4-3'win. Both,teams played ""
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Wadsworth .' 4 1 800 II tight ball. Mercer pitched good
F. B. C. 4 1 800 ball. Along with Bud Henry.f
Seville 400 Seville had Smith on 2nd in the
2 3 I
Clinic bottom of the sixth. Braddock
0 5 000
Sheffield brothers are top bat'' with the count 3.2, hit a flyball
ters. that Bill Cummins, catcher,
caught to end the game.
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avg GRADE "A" WHOLE
: C. Sheffield 15 7 466J.
Wadsworth ._Ab R H
I. Sheffield 13 6 461J. Rodgers '312
Rodgers : 12 5 416' Jim Burnsed V 311 .

D. Hilse beck 8 3 375 J. I. Sheffield.. 411
"' M.' McMillan. 8 3 375 i Cummins ": .3 1 0
;: C. Wall r.. 11 4 363 C. Sheffield '200 FRYERSIbM2.
J, Hargett 11 4 363 Todd 301
x.:- T. Durrance- 14 5 357 Jerry Burnsed 301
, Wells 12 4 333.Shatz 100
t.. J. Whittaker 9 3 333 Wall 0-0 0 l
H. Kuleski 9 3 333
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average: Durrance 100
.. Ab R H Avg I "'.28 7 7 1 lb. cello 49 Golden RipeBANANAS
Wadsworth 127 51 40 315 Seville '. Ab R'H .
F. B. C. 114 16 34 306 J, Cade V 300

_' Clinic 88 20 22 264Seville Wells 3,0 0 I Cook Out Special h \ 0 1
( 106 28 23 216 Smith 301 CHUCK WAGON

Most hits Sheffield and J. I. Braddock 300
.. F. Cade <. '211 STEAKS lb.' 59
Sheffield 7; most runs, J. Rodgers : Fresh Texas
W. Coleman2. "P'1 1 , ',
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9, C. Sheffield, 8; most homer ;
r / J.. Coleman:, i>. ..": 01 6 CARROTSTender 1 c i
; runs, C. 'Sheffield; most triples, !I ,' '." k .1
.., World's BestHamburger
,. T. Durrance 1 and S. Bertha 1; Jones 000 p g ,
;i V most doubles, C. Sheffield 5 and Yelvington ; 100 I
3 Ibs. 1.39
J.: I. Sheffield,3; pitching winners Spence 100
r. 'WL P Henry .V 201 Golden i
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: Cummins 1 0.1000b Thriftway SWEET CORN 10 tl:1s45c f
Pinner. 3 1 750 2034 ,

t.: Mercer' :3 1 750 Wadsworth Innings 1234567 013000x R 4 H 7 THICK BACON 2pk'gb':. 99c

4 V ". Seville 001020x 3 4
Shurfine, '
-' CHURCH WINS ON Two base hits, J. I. Sheffield, i Hickory Smoked .. I

., WESTBROOK HIT x v Smith; winner Mercer; loser, .. FLOUR .. ,... 5 Ib .39c

c.i., Cecil Westbrook drove a ball Henry. Umpire' King and Smith; SLAB BACON I lb. 39 .> '.- 7""' -.;.bag' \'It
J. Crews.
scorer, |
out in deep center to bring in I .
Jim Hargett with the winning Whit HeldKOSHER V. .; .'
Subscribe for:The Flaglcr Tribune Our Own Homemade ,. .
b: run to keep the Church in, tie
with Wadsworth. Both teams hit $2.50 A Year In AdvanceT1Ihr DILLS ,25''
Ii'f Pork Sausage lb. 59 qt.
the,ball hard and loose fielding J "
kept the score close. Pinner and
3KlagUr rtbunrnUNNELL (
Bertha pitched good ball. Dean

':,:' Peterson, leftfielder, for the FLORIDA 1 MAXWELL HOUSE ,
; Clinic made a beautiful catch off

t4. Pinner ball in the fourth inning. MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
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McGriff 2 2 0 Designated Official Publication
J. Metts V 100 for Public Notices of Flakier COFFEE4T'Limit
.,: D. Metts .' 300 County, "Municipalities therein
f.' Cole 222 and the State of Florida

r,. McMillan : V N. ...3 1: 1
. Pinner' '.'"221 Entered a. aecoud elasa mattes

, ; Hargett ?-;: ,'1 2 \ 1 February 6,1D13.at the ...t.alee
R t Chambers ..' V 1 1 0 ,at Bnnnell, Florida, under act of, one with $7.00 food order or more I
iw; Improta '. ,..-.'.. 'T 1'. 0* 0 March 3, 1876.
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: Hilsenbeck 200 SIx: month. , I1.3S
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f, .' 4:- 21 11 7

l; Clinic, p-. /' ...Ab R HKuleskiVg I Kraft's
! ". :;o* ;: :> *\'4 3 2 I Parkay Matchless 8 oz. pkg.
P1 Deen ' / 210 50 FREETOP OLEO 1 lb. 2 4ge
.. MACARONI
1 Whitaker V 3'1 1 qtrs. for f ELBOW 2for25c
k VALUE STAMPS I
t., .
; Rabble" 3 0 1 .
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with purchase
,; Bertha :. } 2 9 1"C. BORDEN'SAu Monogram 3 lb. cello Shurfresh 2 lb. pkg.

J", Curry. Cummins"\J*>'.. s","I., .,-t.- =2 3-0 1 0 1 Gratin Potatoes I I LONG GRAIN RICE 39' CHEESE LOAF ea. 69'
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Kendall 310 ',
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.. .. Frailey ,: ;' .2 1 1 SHURFRESH
".,_<.', Peterson V 221

a.. ;,.." 26' 10 1 I 25 FREE SALAD OIL 37Limit
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'with the purchase of
; TV SERVICE
2 I 3 Ibs. World's BestHAMBURGER
..' one with $7.00 food order or more
ALL MAKES
I & this coupon
Agent For
Coupon expires 6-9-62

k' RCA & PHILCO I + t Quantity Reserved Rights, ,

If//'. TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
: '. SO FREE ,
'_: AND INSTALLED
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r Prices Good
; TUBES TESTED FREE ITOP VALUE STAMPS! fyappcw w&titit/
i. with '$5.00 or more June 7-89. 1962Store

< : :.; I food order '\ SHELTON f Hours
TV Bob and this coupon at SUPER

4 V t :HELTON'S,GROCERY 4i: i- MARKET Week 8a.m*-6:45p.m
: FLAGLEB BEACH Coupon'.expires' 6-9-62 '

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: LUNA BABBITT ;
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;, 'Telephone BEmlock 92033 I
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."._ GRADUATION HELD. AT. t runnerup for the gold cup. I
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FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL t Punch and cup cakes were I
served by mothers from grades I
. It was a .big night for 28 students one through five following the I
of the sixth grade at Flag. :
ler Beach Elementary School I graduation. Flagler Food Store

last Thursday night when they tf' MEMORIAL CHURCH NEWS _
graduated. -I I If Ir .
The Ladies Guild of the church] '.
f r, Members of the graduating I|voted to discontinue its monthly j Flagler Beach .
class are: Kathy Jo Anderson,! the rest of the! "
during ,
t. suppers PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. '- SAT. JUNE 789th1962..
Raymond Earl Allison, Calvin:summer. Resumption date will*
t. Dolan Brock,. Dolores Brock, Michael be announced later. I I - --- (
Henry Bross. Julie Ann .
WILSON's CERTIFIED SUGAR CURED
Rev. and Mrs. R W. Dickert -
,:, Brown, Walter John Burns, Jr., I I: I
left Monday for three weeks;II
.. Ben Butler Cannon, Thomas,I I|vacation visiting with relatives. S Whole '
i, Walker Duncan, Jr., Talmadge I i and friends in North Carolina i HAMS or 49'
: Russell Ellis, Jail Mitchell Heln,I I|and in Pennsylvania. j Shank Half lb.
Linda Lou McNab, John Thurs- .
. I Next Sunday, Wynn Abbott,I
ton Meigs, Jr., Margaret Mary
'I who heads the sacred music (a.
Missinne, :Michael Henry .'
Mlssln'I'I i I daily program) over a Daytona ---- -
ne, Victoria Ann ,
,Beach radio station,. will
,',.' Susan Moore, Sandra,Kay Owens, I occupy I Center Cuts 12 oz. Copelands 'I
the pulpit at the 11 A. M. serv- "
Jeff Lee Presswood, Jr., Patricia I SLICEDHAM SKINLESS
ice. He will also speak to the

f' Ross Claire, Eleanor Robbie,Tener Gregory Shill,Ronald Pame-I young people of the Sunday I $
; I ,
I school at 10 o'clock on FRANKS .
t 39
5.: Thomas la Ann, Smith Jr., Elaine, Wesley Edith Everett Tid- tions.ism; "ItS Evils and Rehabilita' !ib J9 Pkg !

. well, Andrew Steven Waterman,
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Scott Thomas Wilder, and Jo, Copelands Palm RiverSLICED ,
i i METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I II :
,;- Anne Wilson. SMOKED 'd+
" Diplomas were presented to Rev. and Mrs. R. N. Hoover I
" the students by W. E. Fennell,I are attending the Florida Meth- ,

. Jr., principal. Mr. Fennell also odist Conference in Lakeland i I SAUSAGE ib 59 BACON'b49c5GIANT I
presented awards to the follow- I this week.
ing students: All visitors are welcome to attend II
i Perfect attendance for one I church school at 9:30 at CHASE & SANBORN SIZETIDE f
i, / year, Joyce Whitney, Wesley the Flagler Beach Methodist I
r t Miller, Donna Whitney, Andrea I Church. Rev. R. N. Hoover will .
I Morrison,' Kenny Whitney, Becky install the following Men's Club COFFEEllb.39Q 'I

Thomas, Debbie Lucas, Danny during the regular worship serv- 5; .
tt if: Waterman, Craig Thomas, Raymond 1 ice next Sunday. They are president
Allison, Delores Brock, and Leonard Johnson; vice president .
t' Andy Waterman. Bernie Wilson; secretary <
Perfect attendance for two and treasurer, Harold Jones; attendance 49

i years, Eula Lee Moody,,. David i I chairman, C. B. Hull; ., _. pkg. S S
.' Johnson, and Buddy More. I membership chairman,Ray Lehr;

S Perfect attendance certificate program chairman, Howard Limit One $5.00 or more food order Limit One $5.00 or more food order
k and pin was received by Debra Lerch; devotional chairman, Ly- I
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I Johnson for three years. man Gage. _
. Good citizenship pennants went No. 2 can Comstock 18 oz. Kraft I
' to: Patrick Duncan, Ray Smith,I Howard Lerch and Bernie Wilson SLICED STRAWBERRYPRESERVES
" Frederick Fruits, Donna Filkins,I returned to their homes aft-
', Debra Missinne, Derese Owens,I Jer spending a week,in Pennsyl- PIE APPLES 190 jar 490 t tr
Wayne Owens, George Robbie, vania. Mr. Lerch attended the can
Joyce Robinson, Ben Cannon, funeral of his grandfather while
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S Sandra Owens.and Jo Anne Wil there. -
son. -i- I 5: '
Food
i King
-" Honor roll certificates for five I 303 can Sunlite .
I l Mrs. E. W. Brown of Pierson GRATEDTUNA
times were given to: Debra .arrived: Sunday to spend some TOMATOES'can 10%
Johnson, Linda Smith, Debra time in her: cottage. on north 190
Missinne, Janet Haines, Johnny I I AlA. can
Meigs and Linda McNab. .
' Honor students pins for all six I I Mrs. William Wightman, and
times on the honor roll were three children from Jacksonvilleare 64 count Tetley
1 80 Count
given to: Sandra Abbott, Patrick vacationing at Flagler Beach TEA \
MARCALNAPKINS
Duncan, Norman Boswell, Cathy this week.
Duncan, Donna Filkins, Debbie BAGS. 'pltg.Sge) 100
r Lucas, Kris Martel, Howard Mc. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from pkg.
t Nitt, Ann Meekins, Barbara Wil Palatka spent Sunday here In
t son, Suellen Duncan, Patricia their home on Ninth St.
L:' Rabble, Tommy .Duncan and Sparky's. HardwoodCHARCOAL
t t Wesley Thomas.: The Men's Club of the Flag- Food KingOLEO
c A gold engraved cup was ler Beach Methodist Church will 10 ba2h 49e
given to Thomas Duncan for all meet next Monday night, June 2 IB.. 290
k A's and B's for his entire six 11th at,7:30, at the church build..
1 years in school. ing. There will be a guest speaker -
An attractive bracelet was given from Daytona Beach whp will / can Sweet Treat
to;Patricia Robbie as a close talk about socialized medicine. 46 OZ. CAN .

- SLICEDPINEAPPLE HAWAIIAN PUNCH S ,


FOR SALE I cans $ r S 3 for, JLFROZEN 3 for $100 .

Fully Automatic Fiberglass Water Softener SI 1.50 per.mo.. -

. Fully Automatic Steel Water Softener S3JSO per mo.
, FOODS PRODUCE
Fully Automatic SteeJ,Water Softener $7.00 per mo.t .

t, Semi Automatic Fiberglass Water Softener 58.40 per mo. 10 oz. Birds Eye Golden RipeBANANAS

Semi Automatic Steel Water softener 1 cu fL S7.00 per mo. GARDEN "
PEAS Ib.: 100
2 390
Write, LINDSAY, 1134 Live Oak, Daytona Beach for

Call Daytona CL 2-2220 -- ,

6 oz. Seald Sweet I
S Georgia
f ORANGE I

p JUICE 6'f 790 PEACHES 190
r lb. .1
. My.Si :ere Thanks To Those Who
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STRAWBERRIES- Yellow ,

; : Roy E. LikinsLV . ONIONS 3 II

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NOOK i camp-for:themselves_ and starving -1 I I I
I I THE BOOK I children. .

THREE CAME HOME I Although sleeping bags I MOODY

Author: Agnes Newton Keith. I used' or nets, many rats PAINTING .
Kind: History. crawl under and eat
Agnes Keith has written this children or get at their 8)R.I ID 7-3240-

c eJLOCALjM.S.PIN book' to relay the experiencesthe The men were I I FLORIDA
prisoners of World War II & & -
(Continued on page I
lived through. She, her son .
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( PINETTES MEET 'SHEER JEANNE CASEYMr. I George, and husband Harry lived J .
11 'I through this for almost three and
.f I WITH MRS. TILTON and Mrs. Billy Gene Caseyof ,

Mrs. S. J. Tilton, Jr., was host- Bunnell are 'the parents of a one-half years. WASN'T LOU IN '62
The first great decision the
ess to members of' the Pinette daughter, born at the. Ormond
War brought to the Keith family
Club for a supper meeting :Monday Beach Hospital on May 25. She I -- .
was: should they stay together BUTI
( night. The meeting was at weighed six pounds and has J
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in Burono or should she and
the Tilton home in Bimini. been given the name of Sherri 10
Present were:' Mrs. Charles Jeanne. young George try finding passage still wish to thank all of my friends who voted ;
to America.In .
i Cowart, Mrs. Walton Kinney, The paternal grandparents are '
I the beginning of the story .and supported me in the recent election.
t Mrs. J. R. Shelton, Jr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Casey of Bun-
Agnes Keith 'tells of their happy I
Betty Hawkins. Cards were en- i nell. 1
I family and a little of her husband
'l joyed following the supper. ; Louis M. Steflik
Harry, an Englishman, who i 1i
Louis Trad has returned to
I worked as Director of Agriculture -
:, Isobelle and'DI ne Green left his home here after undergoing
in Civil Service' North Burono. - - -- - --
J last week for 'visit in at the Medi-
a Longview surgery University t .
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J Life in prison camp was aI-I i VACATIONS
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parents. They expect to be gone Trad of Pensacola is on leave
most unbearable with filth and Are taking vacation trip without adequate
you your
about four weeks. and is spending some time here I I
starvation taking over. The food insurance protection? For short-term or long-term
with his father.
i :Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker ration was one cup of rice per trip-surance, see us. Wherever you go whenever'you ,

I and son, Tony, left Friday for THANK YOU person, with tea, or for good behavior I go. However you go-GO PROTECTED. ,!

Palo Alto, Calif., where they will sugar or greens was
,
We express our heartfelt I SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY I
visit with their son, Michael. given.
II thanks and deep appreciationfor I I General Insurance I
Mike will be employed for the the many who showed their I The guards were sometimes BUNNELL FLORIDA
kind to the ladies and, would
t
1 summer in the Tubes Research I kindness through their many
I
I Division of Varian Associates. J cards, letters and visit while j trade money for cigarettes or
I He is a student at M.I.T. and clothes. These men were still
I; father was in the hospital. I
I lour
flew there last Saturday. unpredictable and hateful or
| The Trad Family. :
t
The Parkers also plan to see r took advantage of women alone. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
Many women who worked in
the World's Fair in Seattle on
their return trip home. Tuesday Is Guest I fields would dig and sneak su- A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director I

I Night At 4-H I ga, a poisonous root, back to JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR

Mrs. William Patrick returnedto Short CourseThe i Iv ---- OXYGEN 1\
her home in Espanola after annual 4-H Short Course LERCH & WILSON LADY
undergoing surgery at the Naval will be in session at the Uni' BUILDERS CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

\ Air Station Hospital in Jacksonville .- versity of Florida in GainesvilleJune All Types Construction including I AMBULANCES ,

'\" recently. 1115. Tuesday night, June Cement and Masonry Work I )
I. 12th, is scheduled as "Guest I Phones HE 9-2175 and HE Phone ID 7-3532
9-23951 I
' Ann Wertherington and five Night' County Agent Howard t ,Flagler Beach 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
in the Ta11or said .
sons, were Tampa over I
past weekend for a visit with Mr. Taylor said "we are arranging .
0
relatives. The boys will spend for a school bus to take

their summer vacation there our guests to Gainesville, leaving

1' visiting with their grandparents. I I the: courthouse here 'at 3 <.1. 0- iiiI'!b", .. .,,;,
'a'd arrive in Gainesville I P.M.: will I
I .
iV Mrs. Louis Trad is a patientin by 5 o'clock. We would like .' I
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack for you to have dinner with us .

sonville for medical treatment. in the, University of Florida ca-
feteria, tour the campus and later I
'
r CARD OF THANKSWe attend the evening Short

wish to express our appreciation Course Program. The State finalsin f
J' 'words 4-H Public Speaking are
.. for the comforting
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(
and messages, kind deeds, and scheduled and I'm sure you will
beautiful flowers from our many enjoy the program." 1
'-' wonderful friends in the loss of Any one: wishing to go by bus Please Accept Our"Cooling" (:

.;. our dealy beloved husband and may call Mrs. Lewis at ID 7.3122 ,;'
father. by Monday noon Four-H'ers Card!

',.: ,Mrs. Robert (Bob) Revels and parents and friends are invitedto ,

children: Betty Jo, Lynda attend the guest night pro-

.. George, and Janell. gram. *SUMMERGRAMS HELP FLORIDA GROW. ':' >
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f- J TO THE PEOPLE OF I L > / SEND YOURS NOW 1''! I

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, ,: FLAGLER COUNTY: ?, .' I

I would like to take this opportunity to express ,
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I my appreciation for those who supported and voted Your out-of-state friends-

I' for me in the May 29th Primary. ... x M will "get the message" aboutAIRCONDITIONED

I
1 Alfred R. Tucker
< YYN'' = < > ; ,Y: I FLORIDA'S SUMMERTIME [

-- J' )- PLEASURES! Pick up a batch;

1. :: < ". of "SUMMERGRAM" color I

postcards at your FP&L
I'
Dear Friends: office. Invite your friendsto

.\ vacation in Florida this Isummer. I
I
r In electing me to serve on your County Board of ...and to explore

I Education you have bestowed _on me an honor. 'Vi'a'' Florida's limitless business

\, You have shown that you have great faith in me rr: and professional opportunities.
Remember istomorrow's
1/ today's tourist
and my ability to serve you well. I assure you that ./ ;
/, neighbor. Send

this faith has not been misplaced.' I will be just <.y :7 your "SUMMERGRAMS" now!

as dedicated and conscientious in this capacity as ::r
o. ,
I was in the sixteen years that I served .you as a

teacher in Bunnell High School.; .

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f. r Let. us continue to work -together. v for better :; :- ,
I '"-' at your fP&L Office TODAY .. !
schools in Flagler County. ';.
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Fewer Fleas Please! [ I
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CLASSIFIED! !

The family pet shouldn't be ,
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blamed for all flea bites, according t co

ADS to Dr. W. W. Smith, UniversIty j To The People JI JIOf

of Florida College of Agricul- i : .
Listings under this Ja heading areS ture entomologist. .' \
cent per word eaela iuertloa. : I .1 '
75 cent la minimum charge. Often when a householder has | '__

no pet, a flea infestation is Flagler County : ; ::1,

FOR LEASE-Kelley Texaco Station. traced to a stray animal in the : '

Dealer tranferring. Good immediate \
.: neighborhood. Some '
opportunity with low investment.Call times fleas are left by a past '

ID 77176. 6-7-ltc resident's pet. I WANT TO EXPRESS MY SINCERE APPRECIATION FOR
People exposed to animal fleas 'l.'I'

GOING OVERSEAS-For sole may carry them into your home, THE CONFIDENCE. YOU HAVE SHOWN IN ME BY RETURNING

1956 Pontiac sedan, good con and occasionally the infestationmay J .
ME TO THE SCHOOL BOARD. I PROMISE YOU THAT I WILL 11\\
dition, hydromatic, radio, heater, even, be traced to a wild 11i
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undercoated.' Mrs. John Zysk animal. I DO EVERYTHING WITHIN MY POWER TO JUSTIFY YOUR "

r, 1431 S. Flagler, Flagler Beach. "Rover" is often bleamed for .
June 7-2tp for an infestation of human I ACTION.

fleas. But human fleas don't I

FOR SALE-16-foot Fiber Glass I usually enter the home on, animal "i I THINK THAT I HAD SOME OF THE FINEST SUPPORT THAT j;
'boat 12 HP Sea King Motor, top, carriers, according to Smith.

windshield and trailer. See or I One. difference- between .human ANY CANDIDATE COULD EVER HAVE IN ANY POLITICAL (

call Howard F. Lerch, Flagler and animal fleas is the ,

Beach, HE 92395. 6-7-ltc I place on the body where they I RACE. TO THESE PEOPLE I WILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL, it

) bite. Animal fleas generally concentrate .

FOR SALE-1957 Studebaker their bites in the ankle J I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ,IF THERE, IS EVER ANY I'
Champion 4 door deluxe. Very area, while human fleas attackall

clean, way above average, 35,000 parts of ,the body. SCHOOL- THAT I CAN HELP YOU WITH,: PLEASE

1I les. $550. See at Flagler county Fleas can be controlled in the \

Courthouse and inquire at tax home with diazIon-an ingredient FEEL -FREE TO CALL ON ME AT ANY TIME. '

assesseor's office. 6.7-ltp found in several commercial .* J"x' : ,: > ,

insect sprays. Services of a licensed THANKS AGAIN "':, ?
Man wanted to ;: r
supply Rawleigh pest control operator '. ,. '. f"-" If

Products ,to consumers in Flagler I be desired, when a large area may : ": .--:, .1: ..;,:,.- ,
Co. Good time to start. No capital .
required. Write Rawleigh 'I requires attention. Herschel :;[

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Dept. FAF-360-815. Memphis, on.
Tenn. June '7-21-28-3tp : ALFORD "

FOR SALE-10 nice lots on Ol I :
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North Daytona Ave., Flagler :: Broker -

Beach, Florida, being lots 7-8-9, i "

block Subdivision 3, Model; lots Land 7-8-9-10 Company, block l'tl'.J'-i Bunnell....,.-.,....Florida........!'...,--...!'..J1 King'A.

4, Model Land Company Subdi 0\ : ,
vision; lots 5.6.7, block 5, Model RCA VICTOR '
Land Company Subdivision. No LIVING COLOR TV ;

down payment, just $5:00: per lot "LOOK FOR THE THE WINDOW PICTUREIN ,.. .

per' month, plus 6% interest, Southern Radio & Television ; '.

will sell as one parcel, or in 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR ,7-2001

three parcels as per block. B.A. ORMOND ;

Bolton, P.O. Box 718, St.,Augustine :. : : : ;f:

Florida. ',June 7-4tc FREE PAINTOne Z
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I SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason extra gallon of your choice 'j

able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID with each gallo you buy .

7.3410 5-17 11-17-paid Mary Carter Paint Store { I If'

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FOR RENT-unfurnished .2 bed Also WcMtxate Khooptnic Center = ;:: .
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room duplex apt., screen porch. 4 Th ". t
ID 7-3304 May 8-tf PAL PARKER'S. INC. '"i '"" 't
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Automotive Specialty Center . ,).I, . ..
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn
DRAKES RELIVED $15.95 .L
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing PARTS AND LABOR , .. '; ..
Machines Vacuum Cleaners and FORDCIIHVROLETPIITMONTIIOTHER : "
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'10.0:) -{:, -
all small appliances. AH work 540 Mason Ave. Daytona

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, !
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50- W. Granada next 7-Eleven IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF {

Ormond Beach, Fla Phone 677- KLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA, ,
IN CHANCERY NO. 4464 .
I 4414. May 17-tfc TOMMY C. BENTLEY r
I Plaintiff, :::
vs. 1
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach, 4 ANN R. -
BENTLEY.Defendant.
unit apartment house. Partially .
NOTICE TO DEFEND 1
furnished. ''Lot 150'xlSO', block THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Y
ANN R. BENTI ,!
from ocean on Main St. Make a 111 Barnes Street
reasonable offer. C. L. Ginn,I Reidsville North Carolina ::1
You are hereby notified that a
i owner, 421 Lemon St., Palatka, suit has been filed aginst' you in
I the above entitled cause: and you ::1
EA 53534. 5-3 6-7 inc
-,6tp are hereby required to file you an-
I swer with the Clerk of this Court
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, and to serve a copy thereof upon .
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, "
large living, dining area, car. whose name and address is: ..

port and utility room, CBS on W.. O.L. Box WADSWORTHP. 396 '/Always:: on Call. . .. '. : ,

i 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South Bunnell. Floridanot "t
later than June 28th A. D.. 1962. .
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf If you fall to. do. decree pro con- < . .' :
1 fesso will be entered against you ' A Team of .to Serves ; < ii
i\ Specialists Ready .
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bed- for the relief demanded in the bill / ; ,
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of complaint. The nature of said "
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room house at north_ end of Palmetto suit being for divorce. : 'Your Every Communications Need ., ;J'<:: : 7'
WITNESS my hand'and seal of
I Flagler Beach, on boat said Court this 25th day of May, .
canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional A. D. 1962. f.: !
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE It takes a big team of Telephone Specialists to keep home and business -
value, beautiful Interior Clerk of said Circuit Court,
I and .exterior $90.00 per By Deputy Julia Clerk R. Harvey communications running efficiently and dependably.

month for September 1 occu May 31 &'June 7-U-21--4tc -- Communications Consultants to analyze and advise businesseson t

pancy. Contact present rentersor REQUEST FOR BIDS : systems to meet present and future growth needs. -
Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona Sealed bids will ,be received in
the office of the,City Clerk of the : Operators to complete calls quickly and smoothly.
;! Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF City of Bunnell. Florida in the
Civic Center Building, be- .
on or '
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Ocean front fore 12:00 o'clock noon. on the 18th .Service Representatives,to help you improve your home
housekeeping apartments day of June. .A.D. 19(2. for the .
1 and 2 bedrooms compete following:: telephone system.Installation
One hundred (100) 5/8" x 3/4"
' : with linens and all utilities. all bronze, water meters, straight and repairmen to install and keep service trouble-free.
) :Sun deck fishing, swimming. reading: register in gallons. rein- .
forced flat disc without thrust-rol- These are only part of the vast team always on call to provide
Ji !loafing. Day, week or month. ler measuring chamber halves
.Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. must be available separately to be you with the best in telephone service and convenience. -
all enclosed, gear trains with cast
HE 9-2082 7-6tf bronze gears; must have change
gears for calibration. Included ,to Here Are Some of the Modern Communications Services for Home and BusinessJffj
be 100 Ford or approved equal me-
ter yokes with shut-off valve and #
JOHNSTON'STLAGLER 100 concrete meter boxes with cast I
Iron reading eye.
BEACH, REALTY CO. Each bid shall addressed- to 1 ; ;
the City Commissioners, Bunnell. i
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT Florida. The City Commissionersreserve fjJt.
the right to reject any'and
WATER FRONT, FARMS all bids and also to accept the bid
ACREAGE that In its Judgment will be for the ,
best interest of the City of Bun88d Data-Phone Call Director Home Interphone Dell Chime
Bee n* for your real estate a *I nell. Florida.
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Thursday, ,June 7, 1962 N THE FLAGLER 'TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ..=. PAGE-SEVEN,
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Florida's FiveDeepwater cent of the state's total of 10-.r double its' 1960 volume. Other I;000, down 11 per cent.and ex- The first Brahman, cattle were '.p->
i 773,600 tons of waterborne com- deep-water ports in the state ports were worth 215,900,000, a shipped to Florida in 1916. j!
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Ports merce handled during last year. showed drops from 7 to 48 per drop of 4 per cent below 1960," ..-
Preliminary reports just relased cent. the trade body said. Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune !
J show a state gain of 2 per cent --- ,
Increase BusinessFive over 1960. Imports amounted to "Compared with the 1959 ORMOND PRESCRIPTION .,1 I

of Florida's deepwater 5,441,100 tons, up 8 per cent and average volume of waterborne PHARMACYSick Community '.1!
commerce, last year's state fig- ;
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were Supplies-Sundries
of 5,362,500 tons
handled exports
ports a larger volumeof
I both Imports and exports last down 4 per cent."Jacksonville's. ure was up 18 per cent. Jack- HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Memorial ChurchInterdenominational ':1
sonville showed a 34 per cent 24-Hour Prescription Service
year than In 1960, the Florida
volume, last gain over the average; Tampa Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
J State Chamber of Commerce re I Rt. AlA 1 mL North of AIR CONDITIONED .i
year came to 2,568,500 tons, up 27 per cent and Panama City ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
l f' ports. 8 per cent; Port Everglades 1- was two and one-half times Daytona Ave. A,

t "Through the port facilities at 318,100 tons, up 31 per cent; I above the average. Other state THE OUTBOARDER FLAGLER BEACH jl
t Jacksonville, Port Everglades,, Pensacola 173,900 tons, up 24 ports dropped below the average Authorized Evlnrude Dealer Sunday School 10:00 A.M. !!!
I Pensacola, Boca Grande, and per cent; Boca Grande 403,100 I last year. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Church Service 11:00 A.M. }I

: Panama City' passed 4,736,000 tons (principally exported Phos.1 'The value of Florida's im- Dockage. Storage Tree Ramp I R. W. DICKERT Paator .:If
,I tons to and from foreign lands. phate) up 28 per cent and WE FINANCE, I WELCOME
This-volume I ; amounted to 44 per I ma City 272,400 tons, more than.J ports last year came to $263,900- 825 Balloueh Rd-Daytona I EVERYONE .; 1


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BUNNELL, Thursday, June 7, 1962
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and reading lamp contest. In addition their own country.

Flagler County to these' contests, com') This book is very interesting

petitive examinations will be 1 and enables us to get some of

4-H Boys Taking held for two scholarships do- I the story about the War that
WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY FRIENDS
nated the
Bankers
by Florida: was never revealed before.

Club Short CourseFlagler Association.In each county the, delegatesmust I, Library Assistant. FOR THEIR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE MAY

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achieve certain Lynn Orem.
county will have five objectivesto PRIMARIES. I
qualify to attend the short I
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representatives at the 43rd An- i

,nual Boys 4-H Short Course at course. i iI I

: 1115.the University of Florida, June State at the 4-H short officers couse.will Two beelected delegates !i CONS RVATION NEWS J. B. Pellicer


Howard Taylor, county agri- will represent each coun iI I By Tilman W. Rohinsonj -
,ty in the state council that plans
*curtnral agent with the Florida
forthe coming 4-H year. I Two conservation farm plansjhave
Agricultural Extension Service ---
will '"Decisions made by the 4-H'ers i recently been completed .
the delegation
county
says
themselves during the state for Flagler SCD Cooperators Ray-
Include Tucker, Mickey
Tucker and W. H. McBride. 24 HourWrecker
mon
Ramsey, Levi Brannam, Jr.,. Mike council meetings play a large I Service
These two landowners
JMcMiHan: and Tommy Kahlert part in determining 4-H pro- I representa J
'Thisyear's total of 1680 additional acres
Brown.
grams says
iSame,400'boys from throughout
short course themeCountdownfor I coming under the District's conservation Truck & Tractor Co
the state will attend the an- t Flagler ,
nual event acording to W. W. Citizenship-originated at program.
last year's state council meeting t W. E. Knight H. P. Bowden_ MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
Brown, State boys' 4-H Club
in connection with the short and Louis Uihlein have signed Farm Industrial Equipment
agent. Brown says classes in
conservation with
agriculture will be conducted course. I agreements Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242
, the Flagler Soil Conservation
each morning by Extension Night ID 7-3529
I District. These landowenrs are
Service specialists.Boys VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER
now eligible to receive technical ,
attending the short I THE BOOK NOOK I. assistance through the district I Owner Parts &Shop ManagerfUWWWAAANWVW
course for the first time will reserve
and eventually have basic conservation -
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Instruction each in two differ plans for their farms. ..'I.rl'... .YrI'!..._..............'1..........................l"....
ent subjects day. They worse, not having any money, to I J. V. Ford and E. W. Pellicer,
win haVe 11 areas to choose FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
trade and if caught, many were Flagler District Cooperators, are

from, including junior leadership killed by severe punishment. expected to start moving dirt

entomology and agricultural Harry Keith a large man of six this week on a land leveling operation I II AMBULANCE

enlgneering. feet at one time weighed only on 40 acres of farm land I PHONE VAIley 4-1625 ,
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, Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, University 80 pounds. > I in the St Johns Park SERVICE
of Florida president; Tom Adams commun.1 I ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
In 1945, Sept. 11., freedom ity. The field is '
of state and Mal- : I
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I food and clothes out 100 feet and the stakes
came, more every Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We.
Dry Home, state legislative were brought, this was still not I marked for cut or fill.
will are always at your service with promptness, safety and
at
:representative, speak I
the end. Many were killed, because Bill and Curtis Deen, Mike and

dally short course programs. of being to weak to stand Louis Steflik and Robert Bertha ,axpede ce.'Equipped.

Also, Victor Butler, national 'FF A the moving. The boats taking i i have recently carried out land I I With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
will address the '
president group. these people home was overcrowded 'I smoothing and land grading

aside Part for of each recreational day will competition be set- and.some new diseases : operations on their farms. II Garcia Funeral HomeP.

were even caught. The aps"taking

I public speaking contest, all papers and personal i More than 1,750,000 tourists I E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

, data made it almost impossiblefor visited Florida's Silver Springs j i i I LADY ASSISTANT

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NOTICE
L Notice' la hereby given that the
'- Board of County Commissioners of
: "Plagler County is planning to construct -
I a new dwelling for the Road
'. Superintendent at the County Stock- .

t t' ade.The Board is Interested In receiving -

written applications from interested
parties capable of full ";'
;;.". time supervising the construction
and oT performing on-the-job work.
; Applications must be received by
' the 22nd day of June. A D, 1962
I': not 'later than the. hour of 8:00
p T>.M. o'clock in the office of the .,
L.: "Clerk of the Circuit Court in the t f. /r + ,
' Flakier County Courthouse.

T,' Please for supervision state rates and of pay on-the-Job expected "i \,.... i.n.. ......:. .N.,.,:.F.;:.:... .5./ :. / yr4: !/ H rr : rr Frr.', : f. r1 r.r? (ii." work Plans for the building canF" {
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"" treKTilar office hours. '
S The Board reserves the right to . II
" reject any and all applications.Dated I
at Bunnell Florida, this I
4th day of June. A.D. 1962. : -I
JOHN A. CLEGG Chairman. ,
\, ATTEST' .
"K. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Board ofi + .
, County Commissioners of Flag- ,, <. .
ler County, Florida. I, \-
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;X'' VULGLRR TO CHANCERY THE CIRCUIT COUNTY.NO.COURT 446 FLORIDA.OF --' ., YOU'LL FIND JUST THE Pick from 34 models during CHEVY'S Golden Sales Jubilee! I


EDWARD J. CARTER.Plaintiff.' : No look-alike styling. No hand-me- Easy to look at, ,easy to ride in,

!'i'4, < vs.CATHERINE .T. CARTER. ', CARAT JUST THE PRICE down ideas. You do your choosing easy to keep up. L Then there's the

' i Defendant. from three altogether different lines nimble rear engine Corvair-still ina
IJ', NOTICE TO DEFEND ;
'"!' THE CATHERINE STATE OF FLORIDA.T. CARTER TO: AT YOUR CHEVROLETDEALER'S of cars. Like the line that's way class all by itself. So why settle ti

I' Place. of residence unknown out front as America's favorite buy 'for the look-alike, drive-alike cars

:- sult"You bas are been hereby tiled notified against that you in a ONE-STOP -the luxurious Jet-smooth Chev- when you can get Chevrolet dependability -

I the above entitled cause: and you rolet. Or the spiffy thrift with in three
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: and to serve a copy thereof upon so many new Chevy II. different varieties?
'ttbe plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. .
.5 .'he name and address is: -
'., 1iT.. Cook
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i Bunnell.; Florida '
t not later than July 5. A..D. 1962.
If you fall to do so. decree pro 'See the Chevrolet Chevy II and Conair at local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .
;PT- ._. confesso will be entered against .. .. > : _:" new .-. ...... your, ....... .. .. T ... r .. l..
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", you for the relief
, bill of complaint. The nature of
isatd suit being for divorce.
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_. '-'-f--- .said.A.D. Court 1962. this let day of June : : HALL TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY'

:,4.+; Official Seal) said SMYTHEClerk
: of Circuit Court
Julia R Harvey -p '
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