Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00649
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 21, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00649
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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: City Commission .1 Youth Council Will Summer ProgramOf Randy Morris Makes Miss Gail Guynn

'. Buys 100 New I Cooperate ,in Summer Recreaton to Legislature in Latest Entry for .

Water Meters Recreation Program Start This FridayBunnell Boys State VotingRandy East Coast Crown j
/ I I The Youth Council of Bunnell Morris of Bunnell was
is cooperating with the summer elected a member of the House
r The city commission at its I It I recreational program at the summer recreation l;j I'of Representatives of the Flor Miss Gail Guynn, coed at
t: meeting :Monday night accepted Bunnell school, Mrs. Bette Mc program will continue to regis- 'ida American Legion Boys State Florida State University, Talla- :
r, the bid of $3,900. from Davis Me Daniel said today. ter children for the swimming Legislature in the election held hassee, who holds the title of
(- ter &. Supply Co.:, of Orlando for Each, Tuesday and Thursday I[program this Friday, June 22. Tuesday of last week. They be- Miss High Springs is the latest
". 100 new water meters with box afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock Anyone not registered, please gan meetings at the capital on entry in the Miss Florida East "
fittings. The bid called for 25 be checkers I come to the principal's office of Coast Beauty Contest to be heldon
will games: ping-pong, Wednesday.The 1
per cent of the amount down I party bingo, as well as the high school.l 533 delegates attendingthe the evening of July 3rd at 1
t.(.'' .and $2.00 per meter per month. twist contests. Wednesday nights The following schedule of activities practice in government ses- Flagler Beach. She is being
t. to pay the balance. v from 8:15 ,to 10:30 will be danc- I planned for the summer: sions at Florida State University sponsored by TV Bob and will
The city has 93 unmetered accounts Monday, 9.9:30, beginning meanwhile began organizinginto be the guest of Bob and Amy
f :- at the present time and ing.Mrs.. Sarita Bradley will be in I swimmers group I; 9:45-10:15 be two rival political parties, Henderson."We .
;' these meters will be installed charge of the program and will ginning swimmers group II; each of which offered candidates still have four contes-
when the shipment is received. be assisted by members of the 10:30.11, beginning swimmers of I for governor, cabinet, and supreme tants, with their mothers as
The commissioners voted to committee representing Youth group III; 11-12 intermediatesand court in the election held chaperones, that we are seeking '
readopt the National Building Council. Mrs. McDaniel said swimmers.- Thursday night. rooms for," Sam Malphurs, con- ,i
Code and designating fire zone they plan to hold ping pong, Recreational activities at the Dean Peterson of ,Flagler test manager, said. He added, ,1
in the business B district. "The checkers and shuffleboard tournaments gym from 912. 2.5, girls' bas. Beach was also elected school "only one meal involved would
code adopted previously did not and will also give trophies I ketball, age 13.18; 2.5 Little superintendent in last week's i be breakfast and the commitee I'I'i 1
. include the fire zone section of at the end of the season. League baseball, age 813. election. He is the son of Mr.I staging the contest hopes that'1 .,
the code. I Tuesday-same as Monday Flagler county families will 4 s
& They will also have party bingo and Mrs. Dean Peterson. I
j .- :l erschel King appeared, before and card games.Cattlemen. morning. 2 to 4 recreational activities Randy and Dean were sponsored I. open their homes to these fine I II
t,' ,, the commission in behalf of the atthe civic' center; 3.4, for Boys State session by I young ladies and their,mothers.
-F .Bunnell parents, resquesting the golf instruction ,atthe back of Flagler Post 115 of The Ameri Those who would be host to
commission to assist in financing StageConvention I the gym. 7.9:30Joys\ basketball, can Legion. They will be memo a contestant and her chaperonecan
the school band on a trip to .
i- t grades 7.12.Wednesday bers of the senior class of Bun just drop a card to Flagler
, Washington, D. C. next April for
at no swimming. nell High School this fall. County Boosters, Flagler Beach.
-the ,Cherry Blossom Festival. 9-10 girls basketball, age '912. Every contestant chosen to dateis
t They voted to employ Wilda 10.11, arts and' crafts, age 610. attending college.
'.. Cobb to relieve City Clerk Nancy Daytona BeachAbout 11-12, arts and crafts, age 1113. Recreational Out of town contestants officially f
l, Rodgers while she is on vacation. 8-10:30 P.M. dancing civic cen- entered to date are: '
, Also approved an application to 30 Flagler Cattlemen ter, grades 712. Basketball ; Miss Gail Guynn, of High
t close the alley in block 174 be attended the midsummer con- Thursday-same as Monday Springs; Miss Avie Maria Jen

tween the Gene Knight 'home vention of the Florida Cattle- and Tuesday morning schedule. kins, Fort Pierce; Miss Nancy .
{ and the Sunrise :Motel. Also men's Association, held in Day I 2.4, recreational activities at the Starts Friday / Browning, Monticello; Miss Lot .
k discussed the water test wells. tona Beach June 13, 14 and 15. civic center. 2.3 Pony League ,I '" tie Jane Pruett, Live Oak; Miss
ttI The commissioners discussed The convention was held at baseball;, 3.5, Little League prac- The summer recreation basketball Roycene Hale, Colonial Town;
.-- the budget- ,f.or nextxear.! ':, V.Castaway.Mot lSlagle ti: 3jXfAge' ..;.S33z2i& >- .- .... league will open play Fri S''Miss +Elizabeth Banks-Union'
Sjeminole and Volusia Cattle- Friday-= 'sameas Monday, day, June..22,-'at 7 P. M. The Park; Miss Sudye- Kowolski: ,
J Parents Attend men's Association were sponsors. Tuesday. and Thursday morning following teams will compete: McCoy Air Force Base; Miss f
,.. I:.. L. Gage served as chairmanof schedule. 2.5 girls 'basketball Team I--Randy Morris, Jim Barbara Sigmor, Orlando; Miss
the Flagler group.A age 1318. 2.5 Little League Brown, Richard Lerch, Dickie Pattie Pennington, O r m o n d .
f 4-H. Short Coure large Flagler delegation at baseball. 7.9:30: boys basketball, Mann, Pat Barrow, Stuart Rock- I Beach; Miss Barbara Cameron, ::'
tended the program Wednesday, grades 712.: ett, Walton Cowart. I Daytona Beach; Miss Judy West, 1
; y At Gainesville June 13. This program was the We would like for all children Team II-Brice Hosford, Bebe I Ocala. :..
responsibility of the Flagler Cat: interested in any of the activities Moody, Johnny Metts, Walter Every contestant accepted to /
About 45 parents and 4-H tlemen's Association and a fine other than swimming to pleasebe Townsend, Billy Spicer, George J''date holds from one to five ti I
iit.. Club members attended "Guest barbeque dinner was served in present at the apppointedtime. I Jarosz, Jonn Jarosz. tIes. Since there was not a Miss i
Night" at 4-H Short Course at the spacious facilities of the mo We urge all boys who are Team III-Quentin Emery, Flagler County Contest this year; \
ti the University of Florida Tues tel. Following the dinner, Wal interested in forming a league Howard Emery, Chuck Hodges, one of the three top winners of !
day, June 12. "Guest Night' was ter Morris and the dance band for baseball to be present. All Albert Johnston, Ronnie Gary, the 1961 contest will .represent'' I
iI' scheduled during the """annual from the Bunnell school pro girls interested.in playing basketball Benton Eisenbach, Jack Knight, Flagler county in the contest. ,I I"tt
43rd 4-H Short Course and it was duced an entertaining program, next season are urgedto Mike Dozier. > -. .
;r pleasing that Flagler county which included music four be present on Monday and Team ,IV-Eric' Kuleski, Har- .
had more visitors and guests beautiful young ladies in a baton Friday at 2 P. M. ry Kuleski, Kent Holland, Butch Silvio Felice Dies. !
i than any other county in Flor twirling act, a solo baton A bus will run from Flagler Anderson, Tommy McDaniel, .
I. .. ida.The act, a tap dance and other acts Beach,'starting atthe elementary Glenn Miller, Arthur McDaniel. Monday.Evening I
. group toured the Univers of Interest. The entire variety school then along AlA to High Friday, June 22: team 1 vs.
( ity of Florida at Gainesville show ,used. Flagler county school way 11. Any boys and girls who team 2; team 3 vs. team 4. In Local Hospital I
campus and later had dinner at talent wish to ride the bus please wait Tuesday, June 26-team 2 vs. t
V the Student Service Center. The Over 200 delegates to the con: along the pickup route. team 3; team 1 vs. team 4. Silvio Felice, a resident of i
highlight of the trip was attend vention from over the state are Friday, June 29-team 4 vs. Flagler Beach for the past six i
ing the finals in the 4-H Public aware that Flagler county exists, team 2; team 33 vs. team 1. years, passed away Monday evening i O 'I
Speaking Contest at the evening and that we have some fine Timber Growers Tuesday, July 3-team, 3 vs. in the local hospital after :'i
) 4-H program. young citizens of tomorrow, team 4; team 1 vs. team 22. a brief illness. I : 4
The speeches were of excep members of the committee said. Annual FishfryThe Friday, July 6-team 1 vs. He was born in Maltaand .
tional quality and Wayne Ezellof The Flagler, Cattlemen's Asson. team 3.Tuesday. I came to Canada In 1911, later I
!i'i Mayo placed first while Bill publicly would like, to ,express ninth annual Timber :: July 10-team 1 vs. moving to New York City where '
Lockhart of St. Augustine was appreciation from this conven- Growers' Fish Fry will be held team 3; team 2 vs. team 4. he was employed.
second. Lockhart competed in tion's delegates for a job excep- Thursday, June 28th, at Rayonier Friday, July 13-team 2 vs. After retirement he moved to
the recent District V Public tionally well done. ,Headquarters. This event is held team 1. team 3 vs. team 4.CARNEGIE . Flagler Beach where he has re- ,-
which A large gnJ SL from F eve ith all ldents Tuesda uly 1. vs. sT32d mrth'past six years. He
* Flagler rn anlti ded th u a Flagler County ing in>H d. tea '4. i was 72 years old. Before retire-
an out a Friday SesslO The h soon. roxim 1,000 Friday, ul te n_ Sent lie"Was payroll clerk for
s ma l in in the ct co ociatio e pew ptat& of red SQapper" : tea 1 vs. 4 ean.3. i Consolidated Edison Co. of New
,:{ t th was the that the con tio as tArfbled serVec,. 0'- II ork.newas a member of the I IdathSlUC
itiori f epresen the he bes. e heli'-bT ing will % gin IT! Church and the Holy..
the Florida ttlem Asio aident =: P ?/ ifll "ifc spacross grounds'DI NI T flame Society. .
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"'.. of 4 attenan IS 'aTh.= yonier He uarte N Jtej.Js survived by his wife,
; c rth olSJynnell, and .1\ :MaragretTTSf four"
d the wing Tlagler Beach;
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: a were. pr Don continue intoSfce evens i I daughters Mary, Nora, Barbara. .
Moore, Mrs. Tilman Robinson, enrs took' over Monday. They all have been served.. G.B. Kelly Miss Diana Lois :McKnight and Frances; two sons, Paul and'Edward '... ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cody, Mrs. will make their home in Flagler of Florida Forest Service will. daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. I all of Long Island, N.Y. .J
Joe M, Arnold. Leslie Pache, Beach. be in charge of frying fish and McKnight Jr., of Flagler Beach, I Also surviving are a sister and ",
Tony Kahlert, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perritt are serving. was graduated from Carnegie two brothers. '
Lee Bourne moving to DaytonaBeach and There is no charge as the following Institute of Technologyt Collegeof : Funeral service will be held ,,1
anticipate going into business- timber growers are hosts Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, Pa., on i at 10 o'clock Friday morning
y there, after operating the Flag for the evening: June 11, 1962 with degree of from St. Stephens Catholic
: Beach Food Store ler Food store for six years. The Allen Lands, Inc.Bunnell Timber Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music I Church. The Rosary will be at 'j
Perritts are brothers. Co., Hudson Paper Co., Le- and the degree of Bachelor of :8 o'clock Thursday evening the i
: Changes Owners The new management is call- high Portland Cement Company, Fine Arts in Music Education. chapel of Craig Funeral Home, .
ing readers _attention. to their Owens-Illinois Paper Co., St Miss McKnight plans to teachin 201 E. Moody Blvd. Interment
'\ Mr. and Mrs., J. D.'Perritt have page ad in this issue of The I Regis Paper Co., Rayonier, Ino, Pittsburgh next falLA i will be at St. Mary's Cemetery
t'""l bought the 'Flagler Food Store Tribune, and hope residents of|L. E. Wadsworth, Raymon Tucker In Korona. He will rest at the
.' :- at Flagler Beach from Mr. and the area will come in and get Flagler County Cattlemens ''mature rubber tree yields :chapel from 5 o'clock Thursday

It Mrs. Bill Perritt. The new own I acquainted. ', j ASSFL,,and Flagler Farm Bureau. 11 pounds of latex a year. I:afternoon until the funeral hour. J Ja


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f . H Monday, July 9-FBC vs. WLC::t I .. .... \',:
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7 P.M. Seville vs; Clinic 9 P.M. tS

1 Thursday, July 12-FBC vs. Se- i
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i ville 7 P.M. Clinic vs. WLC 9

P.M.Monday, July 16-Seville vs. C llOnUs j

, ,WLC P.M, 7 P.M. Clinic vs. FBC 9 S

r By Leslie Pacha Thursday, July 19-WLC vs.' \'

e'-. Clinic P.M. Seville. vs. FBC 9
WADSWORTH DROPS Johnny Rodgers Lead i
J .. P.M
.. SECOND STRAIGHT Hitter With 444 Average
Monday, July 23-Clinic vs. .L
'J r With the stockmarket going ; : .
[ Ab B H Avg Seville P.M. WLC vs. FBC 9 I When .vi ;1
it, down the Wadsworth Lumber P, 4
'? J. Rodgers 18 12 8 444 P.M. I !
Co. dropped their second straight I ; !
J C. Sheffield 22 5 9 409 j jH. I Playoff to start July 26, best
Ii ,,: game. This time to the Seville
three out of five. I 'f
. '. Kuleskl 13 5 5 384
< team 64.Seville : .
M. McMillan, 13 3 5 384 t if',

f,:a :: scored four big runs in C. Wall 16 6 6 375B. t
the third inning on one walk Henry 14 5 \ 5 356
f" :' ", CLASSIFIEDADS! : :
r one error and three hits. J. Coleman J. Whitaker 14 5 5'356 You Need : I

1.:,) : 'had a double in the pig T. Durrance 17 5 6 352 I .

inning. Cliff Sheffieflld hit his J. I. Sheffield 23 9 8 347F. !

.,' sixth double of' the season. Cade _12'4 4 333 .
, i
Bradock 9 3 3 333 ,Lilting under this heading are I
l Wadsworth outhit Seville 87. 3 cent per word each insertion* 1 t
" .. D. Metts 19 3 6 3151 '75 cent I* minimum charge. .1
Good fielding by Seville, paved '

I : '. the way for the win. WADSWORTH TEAM J FOR SALE-Maple double bed

"". WadSworth Ab B H LEADS LEAGUE IN BATTINGAb I and chest of drawers with good GOOD .
:, J. 3 2 1 .
.- Rodgers R H avg springs and mattress, $55.00.

, D. Burnsed 2 2 0 Wadsworth 201 61 58 288 Phone HE 9.2070, 18th and Central -

.. J. I. Sheffield "" 3 0 0 Clinic, 125 35 34 270 Flagler Beach. Kulp.

': C. Sheffield 2 0 2 Church 182 37 49 2631.6-21-ltc

,.:. Wall .. 3 0 2 Seville147 37 34 231'
5t J. Burnsed 2 0 1 FOR SALE-Used GE apartmentsize
'f. Todd 3 0 0s' Leading batters: J. Rodgers, refrigerator. Make offer. r
Cummins '2 0 0 Phone 4373750. 6-21-ltp /
" 444; C. Sheffield, 409.
Jerry'Burnsed r' 2 O' 1 Most hits, C. Sheffield 9; most FOR SALE--30 foot house trailer, .Printing'I'

r" Mercer' 2 0 1 runs, J. Rodgers, 12; most home Masonite. Call. ID 73410. .

S ; r I runs, C. Sheffield; most triples, 6-,21-tf
24 4 8
four tied with one each; most
... Ab R H Man wanted,to
'' Seville supply Rawleigh "
doubles, C. Sheffield 6; most
J. Cade 3.1 0 Products to consumers in Flagler:I
strikeouts, Pinner 27; Bertha 23; FORMS' If
2 1 Co. Good time to start. No -
C. Williams 1I(Mercer 15; most wins, Pinner 71. capital ;

;;" M. Smith 2 0 0' required. Write Rawleigh OFFICE

,' B. Henry 2 1 1 Dept FAF-360.815, Memphis, l

f C. Cade 2 2 2 CITY LEAGUE ALL STARS PLAY Tenn. June 7.21.283tpSELL ,': '; l .

OR TRADE 61 Dodge
: J. Coleman t 2 0 2
Cliff Sheffield who will manage truck 1% ton 12' van body. Sellor '
I. L. Jones 2 0 1 '
the City League All Stars trade for Dozer work. Barto, INVOICES :
R. Yelvington. 2 0 0 : -
,: tonight,will have the pick of the 7 mil. north Flagler Beach, AlA. ..
L. Yelvington 2 0 0 I
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league. The AIL- Stars will field 6.14.3tp "
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"1... team with 362average and HEADS'
'1' a a LETTER
': ,,\ 21 6.7 have a lot of speed also. FOR SALE-10 nice lots on I t \,
; Inn1n.9'1 2 3.4 5 R H North Ave.., Flagler
\ ". The probable lineup tonightat Daytona ,. ,.r,.. .
200024, '8 being 7-8-9' r. U<
,'',. Wadsworth' 7:30: Man. Sheffield will startF. Beach, Florida, lots BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
,,_ 'Seville 0240x6 7
block 3, Model Land Company
Cade catcher G. Mercer; pitch .
Two base hits, J., Coleman, B. Subdivision; lots '789.10, block i
Ib T.
er, J. Rodgers ,
and C. Sheffield. 4 ''Model Land Subdivision -I -
Henry J. Coleman ss, Jones 3b, D. Company ,
Winner B. Henry. Loser, G. ; lots 5-6-7, block 5, Model
..., Burnsed If, H. Kuleski cf, Whit .
Mercer. Land Subdivision. Nodown 8d'1. ,
'I Company
aker rf, D. Peterson sf. '
Umpires Cowart and Copeland. Sheffield will have B. Cum- payment, just $5.00 per lot . BILL HEADS

Scorer, Pache. mins, S. Bertha, Bud Henry, J. per month, plus 6% interest, ,

Cade, C. Wall, J. I. Sheffield, M. :I will sell as one parcel, or in '

CHURCH CLINCHES Smith, A. Spivey, F. Todd, W. three parcels as per block. B.A. I .; RULED FORMS '

,".: 'FIRST HALF TITLE Coleman as the second team. Bolton, P.O. Box 718, SL Augustine "

, . First Baptist Church team defeated Johnny Mercer will start: J. Florida. June 7-4tc a '

- the Clinic team 7 to 4 Metts, McGriff, D. Metts, Ross, SEPTIC TANK- reasonable .. TICKETS and TAGS : .

,j to win the first half crown of Pinner, Hardin, J. Hargett, Hil-] rates. George Jarosz, phoneID ;. .

the city summer Softball league senbeck, McMillan, Improta. 7.3410 5.17-11.17-paid .

i with seven wins and one loss. :,Manager Mercer is looking forward I .;. f '

I Tom Pinner, started the game to win this all star game EXPERT .REPAIR SERVICEOn CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS ,

r ,-'\ 1 ,\ and pitched two innings striking and will have T. Pinner in top TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing t," ,f . "
) j out 4. Johnny Mercer, manager shape. Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and II : ,
r' '' of the Church team, put in all small appliances. All work ,
',..1. ,. Hardin and Ross. Big Sammy FIRST BAPTIST OPENS guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, I

i': Bertha struck out six. The Clinic SECOND HALF WITH SEVILLEF. I 50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven

'l;:r showed a lot of new spark and Ormond Beach, Fla Phone 677-

t 1-;: will be in the fight in the second B. C. will open the City 4414. May -tfc '
1 ',.. Softball League's second half, I. t
:.' half. D.: Metts poled a long
\.; :."; home for the Church team. meeting the Seville Goofoff in HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, '

i H';;: /' Church run Ab R H I I the first game Monday night, large living, 'dining area, carport We Don't Do The :MostPRINTING ; I

/1'. J. Metts 2 1 0 June 25. Both teams are winnersthe and utility room, CBS on .J

i: McGriff < 311 F. B. C Church have won 100 x 105 corner 'lot, J311 South '

t ., ." D, Metts 322 five straight while Seville won Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf ': :

,, Ross 1 2 0 two straight.In FOR RENT OR SALE-3 ,bedroom , T ..
". 2 0 0 'the'second game Wadsworthloser i
house at north end of Pal ,1 .
of their last two games '
'- Hardin 200 metto, Flagler Beach, on boat

.i'': J, Hargettt, '2 l'00 0 j I i meet their the last Clinic seven who games have dropped and canals, cool pleasant living, ex- But: We Do Some of the Best
Hilsenbeck 2 ceptional value, beautiful Interior ; .
;' '100 I are looking to win their first
Edwards and exterior $90.00 per
,k Edwards 100, game. month for September 1 occu- "
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};F Cole ? 100:! pancy. Contact present rentersor I
i..-' Improta ? = 200 I SECOND HALF SOFTBALL Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona r

SCHEDULE Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF
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\\fi-_' "' 1 2' 3'4 5 R H Monday, June 25-Seville vs. Ocean front housekeeping,apart-
Innings '
Church, 7 P.M. Wadsworth vs. ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com-
Church 212027 3 Dial ID 7 '3282 "
:. Clinic 202004 5 Clinic, 9 P.M.Thursday pete with linens and all utilities. -
June 28-Clinic vs.
Sun deck, fishing,
}\;: ', Two base hits Seale, B. Tay
Church, 7 P.M. Seville vsVLC. loafing. ,Day, week or month.
lor. Home run, D. Metts. .:,: :
9 P.M. I ,
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Bertha. ,
Winner, Pinner, loser,
2-WLC FBC, .
Monday, July vs. I HE 9.2082 7-6tf !!>-
\... Umpires West, Sheffield, Copeland : c_ ," "". : : I. .. '
f 17 P.M., Clinic, vs, Seville 9 P M. .' ,
(;, Tacther. Scorer, Pache. Thursday, July 5-WLC vs. Se- :. : ,, I ',,:< i

i! ville 7 P.M. FBC vs. Clinic 9 JOHNSTON'SFLACLER < ' .' '' '
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\ r xx Church 7 1 Room Suppl1es-Sundrles us for your real estate needs Tribune :

Wadsworth 5.: 3 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Office Phone HE 9-2242 i
'r Seville 44' 500 24-Hour Prescription Service Residence Phones ID 7-3691

Clinic '- 0 :8 000 Free Delivery in Flagler ,Beach or ID '7-3517 I. .
Rt. AlA 1 mL North of
:xx first half champs I OR1IOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-181


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turbed seedlings.If EX-TRA VALUE
I Try the trusty zinnia, if you
can't bring yourself to
:have: about run the gamut of you i
the alphabet flowerwisc. 'thinning, then it is likely the
plants will grow spindly-tall and

I These giant, long lasting flowers will fall over when decked out ., .
are sure to add brilliant color -'with a giant-size blossom. If : WEEK -
to your garden during the you find yourself in this predickament -
.hot days ahead. then give the plants !.

something to lean upon. Green
. If you are hunting for the odd twine attached to green stakes You Always Get More For Your Money At Shelton's, Shop
. and the unusual, plant the varieties and strung two-thirds the height ,

-: that present contrasting, of the plants will help the flowering And Compare We Know You'll Say Shelton's Is The Place
colors such as the PeppermintStick
to stand
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will be easier to stake each plant
Giant and Super Giant are eye- '
and omit the maze of string
catching zinnias with mammothsize

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afternoon. If there is the slightest -
" Zinnias are easy to grow. The HENS Ib 19 a
-main essentials are hot weather sign of drooping leaves flood -

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the last root of the plants. Don't

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; r gardening. So, here are some I
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<' :7aer3eacA tips on care of African violets.

I Watering these plants properly ,

o: requires more than just a "\ p p pOne

: LUNA BABBITT ,, -' I dash of water. Violets like to -

,"" Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 I sip their liquids slowly. i '- _!. I i
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.. A wick extended from the bottom .
; : METHODIST CHURCH NEWS j I Recent company of Mr. and: I of the pot is a goqd way r I II

: I Mrs. E. D. Johns was a niece,I to offer the plant a drink.
: Preceding the WSCS meeting I It
II Mrs. Robert' Rutledge and Mrs. Placing the pot in a dish of water -
,.r"',' last Thursday, a social hour was I
.,. Johns' sister, Mrs. Lena Craw- :_ is also acceptable. !
at the of the
I enjoyed
ford from Newberry, Florida, Violets like medium amountsof t
home of Mrs. Robert Henderspn !
I and Mrs. Evelyn Johns and her mositure. So, don't let their
with Mrs. Reynold Hoover co- I Ii
daughter, Kay, and a niece, roots become too dry, or don't I

hostess. Rhonda Hooters from Gainesville.Mr. let them become water soggy. i I Ii

Mrs. Ray Lehr, vice president, and Mrs. John Hill from Light colored spots on the I i!

.5: called the meeting to order and DeLand also spent Thursdaywith leaves are caused by cold wateron .1

: Miss Emily Gage read the minutes the Johns the leaf. If you must surface thing Is certain ,about take the time to really see "

r and they were approved. water the plants, use lukewarm fishing: the angler can never what local stores and local :

'C Mrs. Lehr then turned the meets Mrs. Sara Walts from DeLand water. Remember, plants rot off be sure of the size of the business people have to offer. ,,:

s:, ing over to Mrs. Keith Lovell, spent Tuesday visiting with her at the soil surface because of "one that got away." No one If you are not a "home ..,!

s'" president, and Mrs. Bob Whit-I daughter, Mrs. Charles Meekinsand excess water or too much fer- is ever surprised to hear a fawner," give it a try. Next

: ney followed with the treasur- family. I tilizer. fisherman complain that the time, check the local store I
' The amount of food de
) ers report. plant .
..- I "big one got away. first. We know will be \
\' : Mr. and! you
Recent company pends on the size of the plant.
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, spiritual'i Mrs. Jack Meekins was Mr. and The average size plant requiresno Some folks who like to surprised-and pleased. _I

, .' life secretary brought the quotation I '' "fish around" for values Besides when j
; I!Mrs. Hannis Lathan and daughter more than a teaspoon of a we do

"The surest triumph for j I Mary and a niece, Patsy La 6.6.6 (N P K) fertilizer every I when they have need of some business with one another, I'

evil is for the good to do noth- than. The Lathans were on three or four months.To product or service are often everyone profits, everyone -'
I ,I.
ing. Mrs. Hoover: promotion! their way back to their homein keep the plant happily quite surprised when they benefits. '

secretary, urged all members to Washington, N. C., after a vacation blooming, repot the violets an-

sail on people-new and old in Florida.Mr. .
nually. For a repotting mixture, .
friends. Mrs. Jack Meekins, sec- University of Florida horticulturists I

:. retary of youth, student and : and Mrs. Bob Whitney recommend a mixture of 1/3 ForYourown !

children's work, reported on the I and children, Donna, Joyce and peat, leaf mold or rotted ma- Trade I at Home sake! ;;_

f needs of the older children. I Kenny, spent the weekend in nure, 1/3 sand and 1/3 good and community progress ,

Mrs. Clarence Shultz accepted Clermont visiting his parents, garden loam. Add about 1/Z

the sunshine chairmanship up- Mr. and Mrs. William J. Whit- cup of superphosphate to each (
of Mrs. Lovell. I .
t ron the request ney, and her parents, Mr. and half bushel of this soil mixture. f

. '. Mrs. Hoover ,then presented a Mrs. David H. Fagersten.Mrs. .- There are two popular species -- ----- ,--- <
gift to the past president, :Mrs.i of African violets-properly I

Bernie Wilson. I Myrtle Streeter just returned known as Saintpaulias. The ionantha -

The meeting was then cli- from a trip to Saskatchewan has reddish-brown, hairy Boatland

' maxed by the program given Canada, where she attended leaves and light violet-colored Fishing Camp

by Mrs. Lehr. She was ,assisted the Golden Wedding of her i I flowers. The. specie kewensishas

55 by'Mrs. Harry Treadwell Mrs.: brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs.' green leaves with white UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

Bob Whitney, and Mrs. Keith J. L. Walrath. On her return hairs. There are several varie- 4 Miles So. Marineland on AlA & Inland Waterway "

Lovell who presented a skit flight she visited with friends I ties with blue, lavender, pink or

., called "The Second Mile." and relatives in Toronto, Can- white flowers. BOATS MOTORS BAIT REFRESHMENTSGAS
The Junior Choir will sing
ada; Detroit, Mich.; and Kings For an indoor project this
during the regular church serv PUMP ON DOCKS
ville, Ontario. On 'the last stopof I summer, propagate Saintpaulias
ice next Sunday at 10:30 A. M.: '
her five-week trip she attended by means of leaf petiole cut-
c. T. RAWLINS JR. Owner
Church school is at 9:30 A. M.
... the graduation of her grand tings. Simply cut a leaf with ,
To help boost church attendance .. ,
, daughter in London, Ontario. one to two Indies of ItS petiole -
the WSCS is sponsoringthe ._
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attached stick the in
; petiole I
service June 24. All j
Sunday, i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Loweof : moist sand, vermiculite, or a
visitors are welcome to attend
Lakeland spent one night mixture of sand and peat. '
both services in the new air TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS
with his sister, Mrs. Clarence With luck, roots will form/at
conditioned church building on .
Weaver, and family while on the ,base of the petiole in four -

Daytona Ave. I the way to North Carolina .for to six weeks. Soon after that a OF FLAGLER COUNTY: .
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover '
a few weeks. small rosette of leaves will ap AGAIN THANKS A MILLION FOR' NOMINATING .
each received gifts from their, 1 .
pear. When well rooted, the cut- I
be in four-inch
ting can potted a
Rev. and Mrs. Bryant Spivey
when they were honored at an
container.It FROM DISTRICT NO. 2.
outdoor covered dish supper at and family from Orangeburg, I
takes about six to eight
the Gage home last Sunday eve- S. C., are visiting with his par- a' RESPECTFULLY,
months to flow-
produce good
ning. Along with many mem- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
ering plant from a cutting. The GEORGE E. WICKLINE
bers of the church were these Spivey.
number of plants also may be
out of town guests: The Hoovers' -
increased old _. .
by dividing plants .
Mrs. Leonard Moody returned
S daughter, Mrs. Lee Rooney I
and daughters, Marda and Jill, home Sunday after a visit in into several individual crowns or

,' and Debbie Coalson from Jack Gainesville, Ga., wih her brotherin 'rosettes and containers.potting them in It happened 100 YEARS :

sonville; Mrs. Bill Broussard and law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ,separate ago
I Violets are rather sensitive to
daughters, Dianne and Lynn, Haskel Dorsey.
. from Mill Valley, California.Dr. light With insufficient light, The oldest Incorporated trade association In the country, the :

Miss Barbara Weaver .was plants make vigorous growth United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862. .
I but produce few or no flowers. the same year that
and Mrs. Bill Brussard elected Florida State Recreation, .
II Grow the in win-
plants a bright
and children, Dianne, Lynn and Chairman while attending Ridge-
. dow or in full sunlight duringthe
Allen, arrived from Mill Valley, crest Baptist Assembly for the
winter but In the
Calif., for a visit with her par- YWA week in Ridgecrest, N.C. summer

ents, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reyn Barbara is the daughter of Mr. place the plants on a north I
window sill or jst out of the
and, Mrs. Clarence Weaver.
olds.Dr. sun's reach in other locations.
Broussard left after two
The best temperature for Saint- ;
days for Waterville, Maine, Mrs. Reynold Hoover left Sun-
is 60 to 62 at
where he is attending Colby day to spend a few days visit- i
and 70 to 75 in the daytime.
College for a three-onths course ing her daughter, Mrs. Lee iI
Insects like the tender plants.To .
College for a three months Rooney, and family in Jackson
control mealybugs use an
course on the study of the eye. : ville. r ,
equal quantity of alcohol and r
Mrs. Broussard also spent a
Armed with small paint
water. a
few days of her visit. in Miami: Spending the weekend here
brush full of this mixture, seek
with her sister, Mrs. James Gar- with Mr. and :Mrs. Myles Meeksof IN FLORIDA,citizens were evading the blockade of the Union ,
out the mealybug and touch him
rett, and family. Jacksonville was her mother, Navy, by using small boats to bring In essential weapons and

Mrs. Broussard will be remembered Mrs. E. M. C. Dunklin of Pa- with the brush-do not wet the supplies for the Confederate armies. After each successful

latka. plant with the solution. blockade run, many men celebrated with well-earned glassesof
as the former DeDe Reyn
Mites cause a stunting of the beer.
olds. She attended school in
plant, growth and few flow
Bunnell until 1948. poor For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev-

Mrs. Broussard and children Gardening In FloridaBy ers. Mite-infested plants shouldbe erage of moderation. But beer means more than
discarded, because the insectis njoyment our state. The Brewing Industry
will be accompanied by Mr.
difficult control. ontributes than dollars to
very to more 25 million tax
Broussard's. parents, Mr. and ( Hervey Sharpe) Crown rot is the worst disease. I Florida each year-money that helps support sour

Mrs. A. A. Broussard, from South Ole Timers say that when Sol It can turn the center of your hospitals, schools, and highways.

Louisiana, when they leave next heats up enough to bake gopher prized violet into a decayed TODAY,In its centennial year,the United States

week Ito join her husband In eggs buried 6 inches in the sandit mass. There is no control once ._ Brewers Association still works constantly to as-

:Maine. is time to become an indoor the disease hits. Destroy the rest sure maintenance of high standards of quality _

gardener.The of the deceased plant, discardthe .. and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. a

yonnger set usually don't soil and sterlize the pot be-
BUILDERS check on the plight of the highland fore using again.

turtle, but quit when the To halt leaf spot or nail head .a eaI11
All Types Construction including
Cement and Masonry Work I salty perspiration adds .sting to rust, try spraying the plants ,-"d" .: , "
their vision with of 50 i- ',TATE.S
Phones HE 9-2175 and HE 9-2395 1-1/8 tablespoons per i ..... -. ,', .
,, Regardless of summer is cent wettable U.i.'S ASSOCIATION : '
Flagler Beach age Captan per gallonof I ..'.,. rr
a good season to feature indoor water. I A1 Alit




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1 Jimmy Crews entered the Vet.i I as high as the older Sunset

i I erans Hospital in Lake City[Giants. Also, they bloom almost

B i I Tuesday for medical treatment. i i three weeks earlier. Their color

i i 'oMr. i range is yellow, gold and M:6q: tZ

. : and Mrs. Ned Davis and I orange. .

I' three daughters of Red Bay, Ala.,
Many new F-l hybrid mari- MJF:
I visited here with his grand-
golds are impressive because
mother, Mrs. Ellen Lee, three
f I they have double flowers and HEIEH HALE
I days this week. They are also I I
set a heavy uniform garden display -
I JI and daughters -' with
Mrs. Myrna Knight visiting in Fort Lauderdale
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knight) I of long.lasting blooms.
I I Lynda, Lisa, and Lyna were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fashion Goes FeminineThe I
.' and children Kim, Jonie, Lynda,' visiting 'at Silver Springs two Davis. I Most of the hybrids are expense I new fashion mood is purely ,I

/' .. Lisa, and Lyna, and Sue Cobb days last week. ive, but worth a try. Hybridsto feminine. Ruffles, pleats, capeletsand

t .. are spending this week at Lake I FARMERS SUPPLY look for include Saraha, Sun I paneled skirts be they on

Weir. Scott Sheffield is patient in CLOSED FORVAqATION Souffle and Yellow Climax. dresses, suits or coats are usedin

.St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville Varieties with giant flowers a very artistic manner.
I New suit designs have effortless
f Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.t(I for medical treatment. He The Farmers Supply of Hastings flowers are best suited for the little jackets which take many

I Bradley Sunday were Mr. and. is reported to be suffering from i will be closed from June back side of the flower bed. forms. One of the most importantis

C. Mrs. R. E. Hunt and son, Michael, l a heart attack. j 25 to July 11 for a vacation, Bill Don't plant them along walksor the cropped-above-the hipline-

and ,Mrs. Florence Hunt of Jack I Deen said today. drives where they may in shape. Narrow set-in sleeves and
; I small notched collars which stand
I trude. All varieties of marigolds ,
sonville. I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bradley I
\ .- I away from the neck are other
\ and children, Kenneth and Ii !gate tops as cut flowers because
I. i important features.
I; Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr., and I Delores, of Hampton, Va., are THANK YOU I they last for such a long time I Cape shapes are combined with
5 )
" son Buzzy, have returned after I expected to arrive next week fora } I would like to express my I J in water. Also, many of the newvarieties newly softened skirt lines, contributing -

f: ,spending two weeks in Pitts. visit with his parents, Mr. and j sincere appreciation to myI ,{ do not have the traditionally a new soft fashion note.

T. burgh, Pa., with her daughter, Mrs;, A. G. Bradley. I friends for the beautiful cards, ojectionable odor. \

Miss Diana McKnight. While I j visits, and flowers sent to me I J The small flowered marigolds Helen's Favorite:

'/ I there they attended the commencement The next meeting of the Royal I during my stay in the hospital. I make good beds, borders and Swedish Meat Balls

t ceremony at Carl Neighbors will be at the homeof Your thoughtfulness 'is appreciated -j edging plants. These dwarfs can (Makes 100 balls)

l negie Institute of Technology Mrs. Henry Wells on Monday I very much. I[stand crowding, with spacing of II 1 pound ground fresh pork
2 pounds ground beef
when Diana received her de night, June 25, at 7:30 All members Dockendoff. I four tp six inches apart in the
I Nancy 11 1% cups quick cooking oats

, grees. are urged to attend. I I. row.The __' _ I A cup finely chopped onion
i tall giant marigolds demand i I 2Vt teaspoons salt

[f Mrs. J. C. Hall, Jr., left last Mrs. Robert Revels and children CARD OF THANKS at least 18 inches of grow- % teaspoon pepper-

week for a visit in Cambridge, I, George and Janell, have: I ing space between plants. If 2 eggs
I would like to
express my
1 k Ohio, for a visit with relatives. returned home after spending a these larger plants are too close % cup milk
thanks and appreciation to my Vt waterThoroughly
week in Valdosta, Ga., with her they tend to grow even taller, cup
I friends, for the cards, flowers, I combine all ingredients
Mrs. Flossie Richardson spent mother. more spindly, and are crushed I water.
and visits during my stay in the except Shape
the past weekend in Daytona I earth ,by wind rain. i
hospital. I also appreciate the t Ito or I I into small balls about Vt inch
I' Beach. She \vas. the guest of Mr. t A few other heat tolerant annuals in diameter. Brown one layerof
I Raphael Sturman was a busi- many courtesies extended to mymother I I
.i, and :Mrs. L. O. Upson Saturday I that can be planted now balls in skillet with butter. J
ness visitor in Jacksonville Wednesday Mrs. Keep, while I was
brown another
I I and they were all guests of Mr. are cosmos, cypress-vine, rose-
i, of last week. away. Sincerely, layer. After all balls are
and Mrs.: Clare Biddle for dinner I moss, wishbone flower and zin
Kay Swayze. I browned, return to pan, add

on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kelley I I nia.Wishbone flower-sometimes water minutes.and simmer about 25

have had their house
and Mrs. Bo: Manuel and as guestsfor I : I called summer pansy-is an
ten days his parents, Mr. THE BOOK NOOK
vacationing in North rock ,
sons were I edging or garden subject
and Mrs. J. J. Kelley, Sr., of Look for fleece-colored corduroy .
Carolina. .. I Title: Seven Came ThroughBy I that will withstand heat and I' as an important fashion in
f Nashville, Tenn. ..
succeed with little attention. It
Captain RickenbackerHave coats. These feature three-quarter

Charles Trad left this week "- you ever read in the blooms profusely all summer I sleeves and a narrow, rotched

for* ,Buford S.. C., where he is Visiting with the Levi Bran- paper about men crashing in with masses of unusual whiteor collar.
stationed with the Marine Corps. nam family this week are their lavendar Brightened navy is a good
planes in the middle of the yellow-blotched
neice and nephew, Molly and choice for 21 new suit. Check on
He has a leave here with and flowers.
spent:, ocean living on rafts for a
Tiger Moore of Orfnond Beach. the fluid linos with a sheath skirt
his parent. Mr. and Mrs. Louis long period of time? If, you I Rose-moss is another good I and a tank top overblouse.

.Trad, whUcL they! .were i.nr hos Kenneth Taylor who is stationed would. like to read a book about edging plant that can be obI 1 Colors can be almost anything 4 1

pitals. .. the hardships of ,men who are I tained in shade of buff, salmon: from a goM and black stripe for
at the Wetsover Airforce
on a raft in the middle of the pink and red. an ensemble to a pale, melon
Base in Massachusetts, has spenta I t color for jacket and dress.
Miss Carol Christopher is ocean you should read SEVEN If you are going away this
two weeks furlough with his
spending two weeks in Arizona CAME THROUGH.This summer and don't want to plant
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I
visiting with her father.. is a story of Captain flowers now that will bloom

I II I Taylor.visiting in They South spent Carolina pne week with Rickenbacker and six of his,com- while you are away, put in a I -

Mr: and Mrs. Kenneth Cole painions who crashed in their leguminous crop to enrich your ive sor
relatives.Mr. .
I left last, Thursday for Jupiter I plane in the middle of the ocean I t soil.A. i 081I Ai

f where he will teach next fall. while they- were taking a secret I crop of lupines or cowpeas.

:and Mrs. Ed Ward of disptach. It tells of the hardships will add nitrogen to the soil if I

Mrs. Joy Steflik has submittedher Gainesville and Myrna Knightof the men went through to I turned under in late summer or t It

letter of resignation to the Bunnell are in Tallahassee survive this awful ordeal which fall. This will add organic mat ,I TRY A

Board of Public Instruction this where Mrs. Ward will take the faced them. ter to your garden site., ,- NEw avER

week. Mrs. Steflik had been em- State Board of Cosmotology examination This is a very interesting book Be sure to inoculate the seed

ployed ,as a kindergarten teacher for her senior license. which keeps you in suspense all before planting. Your seed dealer ..
f here since 1956, and had beenon Myrna will be her model.C. the way through. or county agent can give you

continuing contract for the Library Assistant information on the proper inoc-

past several years. Mrs. Steflik .. B. Eisenbach of Flagler Jerry BurnsedGardening I ulant and how to use it. I

: stated that although she will County Greens Fuel,. is in St.
miss the many wonderful children Petersburg this week attending you'K RIGHT,WHY"
Loose SLEEP, use.
: she has had the opportunity an LP Gas dealers conference. In FloridaBy i THE NEWSPAPER -

I' to teach, she feels that her

I most important responsibility Randy Gordon of the Harris ( Hervey Sharpe) R. MOODY

lies at home raising their infant Bottle Gas Co. attended a five- f
Marigolds are like PAINTING
f son. Mart, therefore ,she will not day LP gas service conferenceat
cars-they are getting smaller Phone ID
be returning to teaching this the University of Florida last 7-3240
and better each year. 'BUNNELL I
t fall. week. FLORIDA
Plant breeders seem to be con- arc trs
--- with
. spiring contractors who ,
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QUIET EVENING AT HOMEDo size build lots.midget-size, houses on pint I --. I

You Nat None Tite'. ICK RAeMT' But regardless of the size of CRAIG FUNERAL I
,eLD CUJoYlTl SS p / acts THE.As+P oN your homestead the new dwarf HOME
CHMe Te .. /
I MlWMlE AAlNUTt W**' Fos 'T -w is A PolwEa. ,S marigolds are ideal for sun .
I. too VuUo MUSS GALORE'bi span oa sow+ A. H. CRAIG Funeral
BLOODY BUD Qtr At Ed11 ERr x mJ+G; drenched, treeless neighborhoods, Director
f j '' 14E 6uNllw'GeRS CALLCPS Tw2ouGM WASwES D OUT--ITSELF INSIPSUDZY / or for sunbathed spots among JOHN HARBIN, Associate 1

waw':v( % ALFALFA C16ARCTSi, / ,, J FoaSNLUAw, 6e71r JiiF tom.bw G7Aeeyr trees.One of the new pigmy plantsis CONDITIONEDCHAPEL AIR LADY OXYGEN

3 OJw! Love'EN, /// i v'su'PAPttSOPC'n T r.VDsuss aRVsslbutbeatSQQUDIbU INMtE771! Fireglow. It sets a flush of I ATTENDANT EQUIPPED .I
' / tTCLFM' ei&rJO. mahogany red blossoms with AMBULANCES
Af /
% 4d4r// / r/ jb.'nWSE SINaTS ; gold colored centers. The Brownie
UST w sa asESL Phone ID 7-3532 -
Bu LDoZeIs. // Jt/Rr Y To Scout has deep gold petals
6 IktEQYM tTERAZORS Dou6LEEDJJS9 / i' iFTfO YJANTMEtAw JZM WRJ0.TiM with red touches at their bases. 201 E. MOODY,BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

p a twe. Midget Harmony marigoldsfills .
Zty.eea oR;
toaz pacts! y I their plants with a displayof ,

golden yellow blossoms with 24 Hour :R-: i

maroon guard petals, while Midget Wrecker Service J

Mixed produce a complete
color scale of all the marigolds. IP

r fqLut?w,..... + The old favorite Naughty Flagler Truck & Tractor Co i

Marietta now has a dwarf like
\ ,counterpart in the Dainty Mari MASSEYFERGUSONGrove ,
?' Farm Industrial
etta. Color-wise both have yellow

petals marked with ma- Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242

hogany at the base. Night ID 7-3529

For those who like medium VIRGIL DECKER / RALPH DECKER

sized plants, try the Crackerjack.This Owner Parts &
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...SIX_. !-. BUNNELL "*
- -- Thursday
June 21, 1962 .

; Dori.'t Give i : for 12 $4,111,024,000, made by individuals w :::.:: :::: 1

i, I I figure. and businesses of all types. '

J: The ,! consumed The latter figure represents a 7 I Community ,

: t within the per cent gain over 1961 and 15

l (By ) I l from per'cent over 1959. Significantly, I I Memorial ChurchInterdenominational e":

Be sure to J I I Poland and time ..deposits (savings of various j

: snake bite kit in 1 I I also types) made by individuals AIR CONDITIONED ;fl

preparations. I I West Germ II and' businesses gained twice as I Daytona Ave. I

France fast as the deposits in regular t FLAGLER BEACH .;
According to A. I

l; ty leader, for the .1 checking accounts. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I .""J

tural Extension. I except chil- I "All assets of Florida banks Church Service 11:00 A.M. ".all

should carry a I of age, need totaled $5,729,271,000 as this year R. W. DICKERT, Pastor -:\

1 your car, as w any method I began, 8 per cent over 1961 and EVERYOXE WELCOME I ..<

at home. 19
per cent above 1959. Invest- - -- ,

The kit ments were up 11 per ,cent and

taken on RdDaytona':1 I 12 per cent respectively and the NOTICE ':
trips and on I I net loans-and-discounts,total advanced I You are hereby notified that the
i : 5 cent and 24 Board of County Commissioners of
the woods. |', per per Flagler County. Florida will meet ;:
Pettis ; j cent over the two periods." I with the County Assessor of Taxesat
lists the j I i the County Commissioners Roomin
ments for commercial the Courthouse Bunnell. Florida
: .
j JI f I on Monday. July 2nd 1962, at the '
!I poisonous snake: j $5.3 bil T I hour of ten o'clock A. M. for the
\ II
purpose hearing complaints and
Apply a !I'I of this year, I receiving testimony as to the value
bite. Loosen it 1961 and of any property, real or personal,
I UPHOLSTERY I as fixed by the County Assessor of
every 15 1959, the Taxes and for the purpose of perfecting -
the I reviewing and equalizing
Open of
I I Com the assessments the value of which
instrument and : shall have been fixed by the County
WORK DONE Assessor of Taxes or changed by
(; from it with a ?t I him.DATED
with the at Bunnell. Florida this
or your I i in I 14th day of June, A. D. 1962.
Have the deposits I BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
, outpaced a
, "down and apply I I COUNTY FLORIDABy \
the wound if for the na- John A. Clegg. Chairman. .
Then take him FREE DELIVERY June 21-28-2tc

hospital where total of 42 IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF*
be administered. :KL.AGLKR COUNTY. :FLORIDA
establish, IN CHANCERY NO. 4466 -
these during CALL ID 7-3111 EDWARD J. CARTER.Plaintiff.

THE were 101 '
Authorized j in the 50 I RiversideFurniture Defendant. .
WIg I in Florida Place of residence unknown
I You
are hereby notified that a
825 Ballough ) included 1 suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause: and you
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Are hereby required to file your answer -
't" with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or. plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address Is:
H. T. Cook
Bunnell. Floridanot
later than July 5, A. D. 1962.
NOW..a newATLAS If you fail to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
TIREGUARANTEE said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
nT'a said Court this 1st day of June
.. A. D. 1962.Official .
".- ( Seal) E. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
'. By. Julia R. Harvey
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... a 'Deputy Clerk.
June 7-14-21-28=Itc

; TOMMY C. ,_
"I I' vs.BENTLEY.Plaintiff,

111 Barnes Street
Reidsville North Carolina
\. You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed aginst you in
.. k the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file you an-
swer with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
.k the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
.. '! .. whose name and address Is:
O. Box 396
\ ,.. Bunnell. Florida '
not later than June 28th A. D.. 1962.If .
you fail to do, decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the bill
of complaint. The nature of said
{I.. suit being for divorce.
WITNESS, my hand and seal of
said Court this 25th day of May,
A. D. 1962.Official :
.. ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey Jt
I > At .r Deputy Clerk II
May 31 & June 'l-U.21--4tc'"

f S .. S y-. ; S d i n S :: NOTICE OF EXCHANGE OF
it F,ti: 4 that the Board of County Commissioners -

.. ..... ... of Flagler County, Florida?
having found that
," Lots 1.2.7. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Block 163. Lots 11 and 12. Block
125 and Lots 2, 3. 10 and 11.
:. Ilul Ilulp Block 166 City of Bunnell. as
TANOAR 'per plat Book 1 at page 2, pub- '.
8, lie records of Flagler. County,
H are no longer needed for county
ATLAS purposes and that
Part of Tracts 7. 10 and 11.
a ha I Block B. Section 14. Township
12 South. Range 30 East
are needed for county purposes as
described In Deed Book 52 at page
310 of the public records of Flag .
ler County Florida; and
GIVEN that the Board of County I
Commissioners of Flagler County.
Florida will on July 2. 1962 at 9:00

CHOICE No. 1 CHOICE No. 2 A.deeds County M. consider property conveying the'described that exchange as Flagler: of

: ; Lots 1. 2. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12.
UFE-OF-TREAD GUARANTEE. As long as MONTHS-IN-USE GUARANTEE. If you've Block 163. Lots 11 and 12. Block

1 r there's any original tread design left on your Atlas tire, driven your Atlas Tires far but not long.adjustments can Block 125 and 166.Lots City 2. of 3. Bunnell.10 and 11.as

; an adjustment can be made, prorated on the basis of be prorated on months-in-use since purchase, based per Plat Book 1 at page 2 of
original tread depth remaining and current retail price at on current retail price at time and place of adjustment. the public records of Flagler
County Floridain
time and place of adjustment. I
; t' exchange for that Flagler County -
property described as:
Part of Tracts 7. 10 and 11,
Block B. Section 14, Township
\ 12 South. Range 30 East as described -
: You choose the guarantee that benefits you Atlas brings you this tremendous extra at no extra cost In Deed Book 52 at

most.Atlas gives you your choice of two kinds of adjustto you/Atlas Tires are sold, serviced and guaranteed by of Page Flagler 310 of County.the public Florida records

55 anent when you trade your Atlas tires!A guarantee hon Standard OiL Nationally-known for safety,long life and PERSONS INTERESTED MAT

ored by 50,000 Atlas dealers in all SO states and Canada. economy. See your Standard dealer today! APPEAR TIME AND AND PLACE BE HEARD ABOVE AT SPECI-THE


By 8 John A.
\ S -.: (KENTUCKY) -, ; Cleg, Chairman
'. ATTEST: S/E. A. Smythe. Clerk
'. June U1tcPAGE


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: Grade "AU Western Beef Round Bone "Shoulder : r
t. Chuck. I lb 39

f: STEAK Ib 69 ROAST'lb 59 I x Limit One-can$5.00 or more food order .
Tender"Baby Beef 1 I HERSHEY'S
Palm River Sliced

I BACON 4g.; LIVER :,Ib 49 'SUGAR r

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12 oz. Copela d'a Skinless 4 lb.Armour Star:Canned : lb. 'iec
. 3 bag ,.
. pkg can I Limit One 5.00 or more food order
2/2 Can Food KingBARTLETT Bremners Dixie BelleSaltines :
PEARS 3 FOR $ '? 19 C :
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25 oz. Lucky Leaf :
r r APPLE SAUCE :"." 4 FOR Chocolate & BananaJumbo
l 46 oz.Shurfine \ .:
i. GRAPE FRUIT JUICE. ,,'.: '.:; S FOR Pies Mpg 39
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\ SOUTHERN YAMS : ." '.:. > .'. S FORt' Golden Ripe .


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6 oz.Seald SweetOrange
t t. No.300 can Bush :

\ BLACK. 300 can Showboat EYE PEASNo. -. ., :.:,;CANCAN.. Y Juice 6 (f.r 99French '

PORK&,BEANS :' ,.. .
! .:,. 9 oz. Mr. G .\ .
303 can Collard-Mustard & .....-. ," .

No. 2 can' I
.' '. 14 oz. Four Fisherman
J Fish Sticks *
; VIENNA SAUSAGE .- pkg 49


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Olin Salem N.O. Salem Is a center of tobacco pro- ness in the community generally. ect supported by the National Geographic Society.; 'i
textiles :
cessing and electronics Most of the money is spent
production. It is one of the immediately for food, clothing,
: :Now Being Restored South's foremost industrial cities. and other necessities. VACATIONS 1 I' : i i

: Witchcraft never enflamed To prevent encroachment, a .At the present time, social se- Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate ?t t
.a North Carolina's Salem. Crafts- group of citizens formed Old curity benefits are being paidat insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I -
Salem, Inc., in 1950 and began a rate of over'one billion dol- trip-surance see 'us. Wherever whenever
men of the frontier village you go. you
delved in such mundane mattersas the restoration. j i i lars a mohth. "There are several go. However you go-GO PROTECTED. t\\I
; i reasons for the increase," Eadie I
waterworks. ] SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY
I I said. There are more aged people II III
Founded in wilderness nearly Over 400 in County ; benefits are 'now payableat General Insurance ,
two centuries ago, the Moravian BUNNELL FLORIDA
62 and less social ;
settlement is restored to age ; <
being On Social se-I I
Security credit is -j
curity needed to
its prime, the National Geo- _..- -- (\.
graphic Society says in its new Old-age, survivors and disability the eligibility requirements for :Wtiti 1, ,.. . ... _... . . ..._.... ... ........-.......
book, "America's Hist rylands." insurance benefits are benefits.The benefit FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT i
Forty of Salem's 60 original becoming increasingly importantas average old-age
buildings still stand on quiet, a community resource, according nationally for December 1961 I.
was $74.04 for retired worker.In AMBULANCE
shaded streets near the public to Mell D. Eadie, districtmanager'
the State of Florida, the average PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
square. Their steeply pitched of the Daytona Beach
benefit was $77.49. SERVICE
tile roofs, hooded doorwaysand Social Security Administration. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
: walls of' handmade brick. There is a total of 444 old-age, ,
give an Old World air. survivors and disability insur- I First evidence that Stone Agers Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

,Several of the historic structures ance beneficiaries in Flagler existed Was found at Chelles, are always at your service with promptness, safety and _
including an inn and County. This is as of December France, in 1847. Since then, the =xperieace. -
boys' school, are open to visi-, 31, 1961, the date of the latest so-called Chellean Man's tools
,tors. But most are private resi available tabulation. This is an have been collected over muchof Equipped With Oxygen ResusiUttor and Inhalator

dences, furnished in colonial increase of about 22 per cent Africa, Asia, and southwestern -
style. over last year's figures. While Europe. But it was not until recently Garcia Funeral Home )
the benefits are intended pri- that a Chellean Man's
P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
Washington Liked Waterworks ,
marily for the beneficiaries' ec- skull was discovered in East
George, Washington spent two onomic security, they help busi Africa in an archeological proj LADY ASSISTANT
nights in Salem Tavern in. May, .1

:3.791. A contemporary account
said he was "seeming especially c -
pleased with the waterworks." .

He Even the wrote citizens.in a its congratulatory pre-Revolutionary. noteto STARTING WE START SELLING FORDS TL., : "

days, Salem was an unusual L : i

.American design. Builders town. had It rose.to get by plans strict ::1' : AT RECORD SAVINGS TO YOU :

who approved functioned/ the in village the mannerof elders, TODAY! :: : I II

present city; planning com ::
, missions. A system of piping
water by hollow logs suppliedwater '
. to every house in town. '' : 8

There was a fire department.With ; DEA'LER' '>; J. J.I J.
control and craftsman- FORD ,,
. ship, Salem's founders created a I "
: place of unity and great charmIn I 0>
< a roadless area then inhabited
solely by Indians and wild ani -

mals. I [

.r. The Moravians, a religious SUMMfL1LE ,
sect from what is now the south

, east corner of East Germany,

came to North Carolina via ;j'.
Pennsylvania. Six men trekked t.
down from Bethlehem in 1752 to -
survey some 100,000 acres purchased .
from an English lord

proprietor. ,
Thirteen pioneers followed-a ." >..:: ,3 ,; WE AIM TO KEEP
minister, business manager, two , I '

carpenters, a tailor, doctor, shoemaker OUR RECORDBREAKING . .
:$ :
baker, tanner, gardener, SALES RECORD -,
and three farmers. The first settlement .. f.
I' Bethabara (Old Town) WUV? I

was begun in 1753 Bethania mlfTr) lJ BROUGHT IN BIG, BIG 'f-._' "' -,;j" \
(New Town) :was established in o COMPLETE STOCKS OF _..
, 1759; Salem, which means peace : ; n CMJUDC CUM KMUU-WMwd torn tftiuat atra cn( ,.
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in Biblical language, in 1766. GALAXIES! BIG-SIZE SAVINGS ON A FULL-SIZE FORD! '
;, Though it stood far from: a navi- FALCONS TO DO III! : ;:
: river became .
: gable Salem swiftly -
a trading point for front :::
i : v
t lersmen. ". ; -
f The talented, hard-working '
F- Moravians had the skill to use .. u

-. basic materials from the wilder G "--/ ..
: .'' ness. Pioneer John Volgler, .. . ,; .. J' ,I

c' whose home is now a public me- .. [ .. ."'. :I
' morial, explained: ""Industry -
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burden 12 flUUK OB 101I- JTM eo6eul*cdn Ml
11 to
L \ was never a me, .
f' my hands could generally per- LOW, LOW PRICES! FAIRLANES!
form what the mind dictated." / HIGH HIGH TRADES I
. Concerts for Washington :
GENEROUS TERMS! -.if-.if'IH; ,
: Though sternly pious, the Mo-
p ravians had a strong' sense of Uia, DON'T PAY A CENT fORt I
. beauty, reflected in their homes I Hi
'-d' and crafts. They also loved music r
; : among Salem's earliest imports $300IN .rI

:r were French horns, trombones ,CASH IF YOUR -
a violin, and an organ. &
f:. It followed that George Wash. ..
ington, even in a brief stopover, HIGH ENOUGH TRADE- .
tt num noot SOU-WI nI sm*****tan cut
:should be treated to three special .' ,. IN VALUE! -

events-a band concert, asong FALCONS! SAVE ON EVERY FALCON IN STOCK! ;

service, and a piano recital 'J> .
by a young girl.

.' Salem carried on the Moravian .' .' .
tradition, of holding an annual . -

occasion Easter which'sunrise today service brings, an a '.,'; ": #-<***!,.:YOUR'PRESENT,- CAR DOESNT HAVBTO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE AT ', .

flood of visitors. The town buried I . -. \
Its dead with strict quality, all -

graves being fiat and marked : : : BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY

with identical stones. .-..,-'-.... i-> :' ,
The village'kept its name and ... 'ft > .
f 1 .
:. ; '+ ; :.::,: oj. BUNNELL, FLORIDA7'7'f
identity until 1913 whenit -
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+' Winston.was joined Present-day with Winston-bustling ; : ; /" '.. ,,: ., __; :. ;.;;.; .: ;, ,

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