Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00656
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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: August 9, 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: VID00656
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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.j+: VOLUME 50, NO., .8l .: BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1962 $2.50 A 'YEAR ' ,
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;". School l board I'City Commission Flagler 4-H'ers ''Season Tickets .I County Board :.' '1"!. I

Hears Requests f Go On Sale I
Earn Coveted Sets
Adopts Budget I HearingOn :.
And Sets From Citizens. Awards For Bulldogs 'iII
Millage I I.r. Ir Camping EqualIZation.
The Bunnell, City Commission f I The season tickets for the .

. %[heard a request from members, I[ Bunnell Bulldogs fcotball home!I
.. .. The Flagler County School of the Pentecostal Holiness I The, Flagler County 4-H'ers returned I I games are on sale until September The Board of County Commissioners -
- Board received sealed bids for Church for clearing and pavingthe I from camp late Saturday,j]I' 13. Coach Gerald Manuel''I among other business,

furnishing gas, oil; grease, and street in front of the church.It August 4, after spending a week I,[!said that the adult season tick- i[I set :Monday, September 3, as :
LP gas at 9 o'clock Tuesday II I at 4-H Camp Cherry Lake, IQ-J' the date for equalization meet ;
was found there is no exist ets are $5.00 .and the students'itickets )I I
t f r morning. ing street there and they would cated north of Madison. J[ are $2.50 for the five ing on the 1962 tax rollA

: Bids for furnishing gas, and have to acquire the property for I! The Flagler group camped I!I home games. The' game ticket I'legal advertisement in this issue,

street purposes before they could with Gilchrist and Madison coun-j; price for adults is .$1.25 and for stated that the 1962 ,tax roll is
tt44; ._ oils and fuel oil for, the schools I
.V were presented by Hughes 'Oil do-,anything about it. I tians. About 180 boys and ,girls students, 75 cents. It pointed out now open for public inspectionat
participated in the camp activities I that the savings would be for the office of the, the ctax,. as/kf, '
Sinclair and Standard.
Company, Ted Willis of Neon Sign, Co.I I ,
j' which were supervised by $1.25 to the Season tickets. sessor.
Sinclair the low bidder and get I II
was appeared for:. the Texas Co. ask .
I I I County Agents and Home Demonstration I'I
received the contract. Foremost ing permission to erect a signon I Football practice will begin I Among other business '
.l Milk Co's. bid was accepted. ; their property on State St.. counties. agents from the three J i Wednesday, August 15, at 7:00{.I board- the't t

Richard Palcheski asked for ,| A. M. with two practices'' a
.. Greens Fuel of Flagler County assistance In drainage by v the The most coveted award of thg'entire )The time for the afternoon day.1 Heard a delegation from Ko-t'

was the only bid for LP gas Dixiana Motel property. camp is the "Best All- sion will be set by the boys dur rona ,requesting paving a road

"- when, the bids were opened and I round Camper," and Flagler ing the first session. in ,that community, one on which '.
Fuels' bid was for The commission discussed County won this award for both school
read. Greens Today at 4:00 football shoes bus runs. Its length
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t.. 17 cents a gallon. After discussion painting the fire house, gates: the girls and the boys division.:. will be issued to 'all boys interested ., about three quartets of' a

by the board members, and and fencing for the football field, Dianne Green and Mickey Ramsey in varsity football. 4 mile. Chairman Clegg said that. I I

\- a telephone call to Harris Gas cutting weeds and cleaning canals received these awards, and 1 I I some funds for this purpose

;II Co., to inquire if Harris had re in the city limits. It also they were elected by the campers I were left in the current budget,

" ceived a bid request, no action decided to increase the number from each of the three I Miss Walker Gets but if insufficent, enough will .

1. was taken on the matter until of nights 'mosquIto fogging will' counties. Madison county nomi be included in the ensuing budget j'

t after 10 o'clock when Harris pre- be done during the present in '.nees were -runners-up in .1 i Thirty-five Year"Service to pave the road. The delegations r

I t hLsented their bid for 16 cents. The festation. contest. also asked that a 'civic '
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board then went on record as Com. H. V. Peavy brought up Howard Taylor county agent,,. Award. organization in Korona be allovty' !:

vacepting the Harris Gas bid. for discussion and study the f >l. said he was very well pleased Miss 'ed the privilege of selecting a. ,..:
Lucille Walker of Bun
(; lowing provisions to the charter: with the 4-H'ers in for '
'M regard name the road which was i"
nell and Mrs. Ann Mitchell of I
The board back for a ,
came for
districting the city, absentee to the awards received by granted. i
;< \ special meeting about 4 o'clock voting and qualifying fees. The the group and the very excellent Daytona Beach were honored I
x\ afternoon to rescind guests at a luncheon at the Lee Drazba and Tom
,Tuesday present charter does not providefor manner: in, which each Flagler I Carmody,
their action accepting the LP Johnstons Coffee Shop Thursday. of bars outside
on these. The subectwas/ presented 4-H'er conducted themselves. operators city
gas ;bid, it was learned late for study and action The luncheon, was given by limits requested permission to
The boys and girls from Flag.Iler
Tuesday afternoon. They were ter. la.l won more than their shareof Southern ,Bell Telephone Co. open their places for sale of

reported to be asking for bids) honors and Miss' Walker was''presented her liquors at 10 A.M. instead of 1 ;

b.. on LP gas at their next meeting.' camp\ of naturallyI 35-year service 'pin and Mrs. ,P.M. It was stated that five ,
Parties. Report was very proud them. I:Mitchell received. her 40-year \
bars in the could be
I r Vocational Ag Teacher Albert Mrs. Mabel Brooks, Mrs.: Barbara I service'pin. They were also presented ,fected.

Ford appeared before the Board Cody, and Mrs. Mary I corsages from /the com" I

to outline his, plans,for thq FA, c9P4 Fishing. Broadaway. ,served as chaperones I'pany' officials, and their ,fellowworkferspresented Drazba Carmody said theyopGate .
I'I V. -w for'the: !Flagler 'county group '- .J. V
Plans call for tJrain- ) "them with a LI eating .establishments
leveling part of the Fishing has been good tomany The 4-H'ers who attended were: }{ money tree. in connection with their bars .

and converting it into Flagler county residents James Robertson, John ,Cook,[''I Reidy.A. Williams, Jr., district i and wished to have the oppor- 1

They also plan to recently. A party on a deep-sea John Cody, Lee Bourne, Jr., Levi traffic manager of Daytona tunity of serving "the breakfast

part of; the farm and trip about 10 days ago; reporteda Brannam, Jr., Chuck Herr, Neal Beach and C. R. Lovorn, division trade." County Attorney: Cook ':

plan Cabbage in the successful catch. One member Atkinson, Mike Bross Mickey traffic manager of Orlando, were advised the board to send a certified !

i Jack Hall, landed a 44- Ramsey, Tommy Kahlert, Tommy present and presented copy of the board's action

) pound cobia. This was the large Duncan, Mike Robinson, pins to Miss Walker and Mrs.l I to the State Beverage Dept.
d voted to assist in est cobia caught during the Bobby Robinson, ,James Alan Mitchell.
I About 15
were present
Tom Duncan chairman of
tion and improving week and Mr. Hall won a free Brannam, John Baggett, Johnnie at the luncheon. I' the
Flagler Beach town commission
re. They also will as- out again. Ruth Miller' Carla Tucker,' Sue Miss Walker 'served about, 131 I
asked the board to consider
securing the equipment Those in the party were: Mr. Broadaway, Mary Susan Bran years of her service in the Bun
giving easements at the
Ir. Ford said several and :Mrs. Jack Hall, Mr. and nam, Collean Tucker( Kathy nell She also airport V
I exchange. servedin to the Town of
ers offered their as- Mrs. Jack Forson, Mrs. Harry Bourne, Sue McMillan, Betty Flagler Beach F
Daytona Beach, DeLand, New for water system wells and lines
,\\he program. Forson, Mrs. Gladys Sturman, Lynn Bourne, Isabel Green, De- I Smyrna Beach, and Cocoa ex f
Flagler Beach is how
l Sdhool Principal John and Miss Marie Muzyka. I lores Deen, Dianne Green, and changes.U planningto
afndf Byron Hinson ap- It was learned that Mr. and Vicky King. build. ,
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scuss the math pro- Mrs. George Allen, John McIntosh -' Several Flagler boys and girls OF F Two bids were received for
p fo the school this and Arden Kinney went were selected as "Cabin Leaders"and two county trucks., A bid each ;

I out during the past weekend they were responsible for 524, from Bunnell Motor Co. and
oar } h&d voted to in- from St. Augustine aboard Mr. all campers in their respective Some 524 candidates for degrees Hall-Tumlin Chevrolet Co. I

I'c 1 a iti al $7,500.00 to Allen's boat and made a very' cabins in regard to discipline, will receive diplomas Au- After consideration of the bids, I

et or the construction successful catch, reporting that cabin inspection, etc. {I gust ,11 at the University of Flor- the contract was awarded to._ i
y at (Carver School. appriximately 350 ponds of snap I Each cabin leader was a mem-!I Ida's last summer commencement Bunnell Motor Co. i I

ivod approval on per after it was dressed. ber of the "Camp Council"I I I exercises in the history of On one truck Hall Tumlin bid

hic they had prate Mrs. Peggy Worley has also I which assisted agents in the operation -'1 I the institution. $3,424.84 and on the other truck

e Department received a citation for a 20- of the camp. Cabin I I With. the trimester system beginning $2,705.30_ Bunnell Motor Com

*d ..so approved the pound red snapper caught recently leaders and assistant leaders in September, only one pany's bids were $3,212.77 and V .

f n year and on a deep-sea fishing trip.' from Flagler County were Betty I I commencement will take place, $2,662.77. I,

ag at lH mills. The Record catches recently' have Lynn Bourne, Mary Susan Bran and will be scheduled in the

i the sane as it was been made from the municipal nam, Dianne Green,',Levi Bran spring; of ,each year: Rites For Sister of' i :

\ .y r. \ fishing pier at Flagler Beach. Included nam, Mickey Ramsey and Tommy I The exercises are: scheduled I
in the catches were king aKhlert. for 8 in '
m. gymnasium.
I I I p. Raphael Stun man's'
4J rrthV.F.W. mackerel, snapper, whiting, as During the latter part of camp' University President J. ,

TO G well as several tarpon. Mickey Ramsey's cabin was se-! Reitz will'deliver the commencement Raphael Sturman was called' J

lia lected as "Honor Cabin" and I address. to Richmond, Va. during the'/

/ will Bfiet at The\civic each cabin, member was presented I past weekend for the funeral of 1 f
an award for their excellent : his sister, Mrs. S. A. Lantor. 1
t i Lt 8 o'clock\Mrs. CLUB I
Hcir'saidlbdayi cooperation and participation She passed away last Friday
ing all xneVbArs to FOR JUNE SHOWS during camp. John Cook morning ins'a South Boston, Va., .1
and Lee Bourne, Jr., were members BAND TRIP FUND hospital after an illness of three I ,
thISQ of the cabin plus 10 other The 'Korona Civic Club con months. Mrs. Lantor was 79 j I

and towns of Florida boys from :Madison and Gilchrist tributed $50 to the band fund I years of age. V. :

HNATKird l I have received cigarette tax re Counties. for the band's Cherry Blossom Funeral services were held In V '

Accordin_ I, n PiAssociation emtdiu i funds from the State Beverage Each of the counties selectedthe trip to Washington, D. c., Lee I Richmond Sunday with Interment 1

a e : ilanoscai Dept> :in amounts that reach "Best Junior Leader" from Drazba said today. In the family lot there. 'I ,I
for tieing h nd ?i near record highs in some in.. their county and Tommy Kahl-I The club met Saturday night Survivors include: ,two daughters '

design tog er is Le ie c- : stances and record highs In oth ert and Mary Susan Brannam I at the White Eagle for a. business : Mrs. Freda Lewis of Jack. :

vertical 'woob- 1-ancf-bal I 'eIs. '. l j ived this award.Tommy also ;I and social meeting. The son, Miss and Mrs. FrancesV : I'

tens, both r xte or: housround Amounts received by 'municipalities I won the award for being the club also plans to have a benefit 11 Ehrlick of Springfield Mass; I k

walls andbuilding.. f fe ces the i in Flagler county areas "Best Cabin Leader." I Polish Sausage Supper in the,. two sons, Natoan Lantor and \ "
. e strong verticallines follow: near future. I William' Lantor, both of South II ,
of the pattern give an impression -I Beverly Beach,-7915.; . J f Many troubles are caused' by .Proceeds from the supper,will, Boston, Va. Also surviving are f

of height and better I I Bunnell, $1,823.55. too much "one in the head and I beused. for new flooring inSt. two brothers, S. Sturman of New_ 1 ;

balance. the typically'low contemporary I J Flagler Beach; $563. li 'nat: .' ** ''n the.back. :Mary's Catholic Church recfea port News, Va.,, and Raphael ;
home. Marineland. $101 2. -- a. .;" h Anon' rrious/. i-HUhalL '.t' 'J"WV.. .t .,.Sturman ofBunnelL.I? ; ,
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1, PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER .TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ?,>':' Thursday, August 1962,.

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i I site. The.infield will be ,so fixed I F. Cade '-".< '4': 1 1 Smith 6 43:500'
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I I as to _have grass and the out- Hires ;, 3 1 1 F. 'Cade 8 1 333 3

line'of the diamond will be clay. J. Coleman 3 0 1 J. Coleman 62. 2.333'W.
Also, I think sponsors may M. Yelvingtoh 3 00 Coleman 5 2' 1 200 I

.J even uniform our teams. As I W. Coleman 2 0 0 Williams 2 1. 1 500

am waiting for information thatI R. Yelvington 202 M. Yelvington 4',1' 1 250

have asked of the American R. Yelvington 4 0 2 500B.

Softball Association. I would 29 10 12 Henry 1 0 1 1000

BY- Leslie Poch like to see our boys enter a Baptist Ab R H ..

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE- Christmas, time, were a delicacy. softball tourney, which would Ross :. 310 61 24 24 393

LITTLE WATER BOY I Well, they used to put half make our boys play' better ball. McGriff ." 4 1 1 Innings 1234567R H .

This ,a sad little story abouta oranges in the bucket 'and the I My one aim is still to playa Hilsenbeck <' 3 0 0 F.B.C.' 10031016 7 t

little' boy who In the late flhters would suck on them be- I a seven inning game; one game Pinner '4-O 0 SevilleTwo 4041852 24 24 i

I twenties had a chance to sell tween rounds. Well, this little J a night I believe next year it McMillan 'r 3 i 1 base hits, Hires (2), M. J

soda pop or peanuts at local boy was eating them faster (than j will go into effect ,Also plans Hargett ...... 2 1 0 Yelvington, B. Henry, Jones F.

boxing matches in New England. the fighter was suckring them. [for umpires are all settled. J. Metz 200 Cade, D. Metts. Three base hits, 1

This little boy wormed his way One of the managers reportedhim [ With the addition of new D. Metz . : 3 1 2 Smith, D. Metts Home run, I

,. into becoming a water boy. To to the fight promoter and |I lights we will also fix up a Cauley 200 Well (2).
he demoted the little boy to i Scoreboard. As I am looking forward Improta 200
be a water boy made you a big won 2; Pinner lost 2; ,
./ gear. This game him a chanceto selling soda pop. "Get your ice I to our county growing, Westbrook. 1

get into the dressing room cold drink here." I guess you maybe two or three:hundred new 2654 1I

of the fighters. know who that little water boy families in a few years. I hopeso. Innings} 1234567R H I t

. He got to meet fighters like was? That's rightSOFTBALL Seville 2020402 12 :

Jack Gene . ; Baptist 10031005 CLASSIFIEDI
Dempsey, Tunney, y. ;' 'I' :- '"-c c ,1'
W"i'" Jack Johnson and Bat' Battilino. BROWSINGWell SEVILLE'S BIG BATSBOOMING Two base hits, Jones, Smith, :
F. Cade Hires D. Metts. Three-
Sometimes he got into the fight our Softball playoff is KEEP j

ring and fanned the fighters between running into a wet playoff. We Ronnie Wells, M. Smith ,and base hits, Smith, J. Metts. Home '
I I I I run, Wells. Umpires Mann, Lifting under tkto heading areS
rounds. The little water might finish the season yet. I Jones big bats gave Seville its cents per word each ta erti. ... ,
King, Harris. Scorer, Pache. 75 cent Ia minimum charge ,
,. boy was doing it good job un- The Recreation Dept. had a I second win in the Bunnell city
till-? successful season. We played softball playoff. FOR SALE OR TRADE-What
I One day he lost his job and more games than any year. At I Seville needs tonight's win have you for $4,000.00equity CBS ,
: was demoted selling soda pop. the present time I am making and they will be the City constructed, tile roof and teraz-
I I In (those early days oranges, plans for next season. With our Champs of 1962. Big Red Hires Jones, third sacker for Seville, za floors, 5-bedroom house on 80 i

; J which youngsters received at new Softball field at the present pitched good ball and only gave is hitting a hot 571 with 4 for by 125 ft. waterfront lot Palm I

I. ..; - - -.- up four, hits. Ronnie Wells hit 7 in the playoff. Circle, Flagler Beach. HE 9.2174, .t'
i The Seville team Is
his second, ,home run in the Aug. 94tcWRECKING
1 a 393 clip which is really
playoff. M. Smith had a single,
i hitting. Smith and Wells Marine Studios Mo-
I J double and a triple. D. Metts
batting 500 each. Big Red hasa tor Court. All material for sale
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led the Church team with two
I 2.0 for the series including good lumber, plumb-
and has
A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director I hits double
; one a and one a
fixtures electrical fix-
I given up 7 hits for the 2-game ing pipe,
/ JOHN HARDIN.. Associate triple. Seville's big bats have series. tures, door, complete with
I been booming little
just a too
AIR OXYGEN PLAYOFF COULD frames, and windows. See Mr.
LADY I much for the Church (team. END M. D. Finch on site. 8.9.2tc
. I. I'EQUIPPED I Seville Ab R H
I Seville and the
r AMBULANCES J. Cade 2 2 0 Baptist Church DUE TO PROMOTION Watkinshas

Jt Jones, 322 will meet in the third game of opening in(this area for live-
Phone ID 7-3532 the series. A win for Seville
Smith 4 2 3 wire man, 23 to 64. Route work.
will give them the
'201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA- I Wells ;322 Bunnell. championshipof Earn $75.00 to $150.00 per week.
Car necessary. For personal In-
---- Tonight's game could be some- terview in your area, write Field-

I : .',...I ".'. "::'( thing different. Manager Har- man 659 West Peachtree St. NE., I I
I . .."it.- ..... h : 'b- .. rett will be out for !tonight's win I Atlanta. Aug. 9 4tc
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1 : '.1 and Is
i : looking !to win the gameto
i i keep the LOST BLACK & WHITE Beagle
1. playoff going.
'-'.,, :. .,; j..1',&, ," wNi t I. F. B. C. Ab R H avg hound puppy with silver chain .
+ w. . C.' McGrfff '' 7 1 '2 '185 collar. 'Lost In Flagler Beach. j

". .. ; I I Cauley 5. 0 0 000 I Finder please call HE 92091. s r
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Pinner -
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: : : -1 wash dishes Hargett 5 1 '0 000 I FOR RENT-Attractive unfurn 1

your > Hilsenbeck 500 000 ished home in Hillcrest. Large !

Improta 4 0 0 000J. living room, dining, kitchen,

0/ Metts 4 0 1 250 two bedrooms, and. two baths. I

McMillan 5 1 1 200 Cool. Call HE 92247. 8-2-tf
I / Westbrook 2 '0 ,0 000 I
Edwards '2 1 0 000 FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer

: Ross 3 1 0 000 Masonite. Call ID 73410. .
.t.' D. Metts 3 1 2 666 6.21-tf I

FOR RENT 2 bedroom house f
50 67 140 furnished, $10 a week or $45 per
l : \ Seville Ab R H avg month. Contact Mr. or Mrs. L. B.

I : electrically // J. Cade 6 3 1 166 Bratcher. 6-28-tf

., ,. \ Jones 7 4 4 571
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.. 'T':L.. PAL PARKER'S. INC able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID

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j Thursday August ,9, 1962 THE" FLAGLER TRIBUNE ,BUNtfELL. ; FLORIDA, PAGE< THREE.. .

'others have paid nothing on the I : \

Congo, .operations While the l __
United States has picked up a '
tab for about 47 per cent of the POCKET MORE CHAN6E FROM, FOOD DOAR"S ? "-
military 'cost of the f \
Congo op-, ,WITH! THESE,
erations which
many people inj I
this country disapproved in the!I : ,:

first place. i' tJ@::: ).: 1

my The judgment answer to is the the problem adoptionof in'I 4Si ., I

a more realistic assessmentand
collection program by the
U.N. Their dues and assess-
ments should be current before

A.S. (Syd) Herlong they could vote. If the U.N.' is )
One of the things that we to have the respect of anyone : _-__ r rI

.'--" have been getting a lot of mail anywhere in the world, and if
on lately has been the proposalthat a vote is worth anything, it is "j t. TREAT YOUR BUDGET
has been made calling for worth at least the member na- .
the United States to buy $100- tions paying their dues and as- v ;: RIGHT & SHOP ATSHELTON'S I,
000,000 worth of United Nations sessments.We xY \ :
bonds; which is half of the bond put an amendment in the _ Ii i I
issue, of $200,000,000 which has foreign aid authorization bill I yr '" AND BETTER MEALS AT
been approved by the General this year stating that the United l
Assembly of the U.N. States could not buy any U. LOWER PRICES
In"the first place, the U.N. is bonds until all the member N.t WILSON CERTIFIED YOUNG GRADE "A"TURKEYS JJ
in bad shape financially, and tions had. paid' their back dues "
: the reason .for it is that manyof and assessments, When the con- I 8 to 12 I
the member nations haven't ference, report came back to us
paid their dues and assessments., we found that the House version Ib.39
The recent decision of the World I' had been emasculated and this Avg.'
Court that the assessments voted amendment was one of the
in the General Assembly to things that was left out. ,I there-

finance peacekeeping operations fore voted against the adoptionof Tender & Tasty FOLGER'S..
j throughout the world are legally the conference report.
binding on the member states Over the years we .have Invested CUBE STEAKS'Ib. 99 .- .
has cleared up the question as more than a billion dol- COFFEE' i
to whether the member nations lars in th U.N. in the hope thatit
were actually obligated for other could be made into an effec- _
than their dues. tive instrument for keeping the World's BestHAMBURGER -
Now if all the members were ,: It'
: peace.It
to go in today and pay their has had some success. It 3 Ibs. .-,.: 1 .9 1 LB. AO !
delinquent dues and assess- has had many frustrations. ,
ments up to date there wouldbe Those who would rely on it as CANri
no need whatsoever for the a major instrument of our for- I
floating of any U.N. bond issue. eign policy just aren't awake to Crisprite FancySLICED Limit one with $5.00 or more
However, Article 19 of the U.N. the facts of life. As presently *
BACON 1 lb. 59 food order
Charter provides in effect (thata constituted the u.N. Is a weak pkg. .
member of the U.N. can still reed and we should recognizethat
be in good standing and vote fact and proceed accordingly. -
until it is two years or more in I do say that so long as Lean Center Cut :
arrears in dues and assessmentS.What there is a glimmer of hope that MIX, OR MATCH '

this effectively means, the U.N. can be, made into an PORK CHOPS lb. 59.*
of the nations .
then is that many effective force for peace made
are simply because they up of respectable and responsible 4fIOO.
can be two. years In ,arrears, members of the world commun-
Loin EndPORK
staying Just about that muchbehind ity, then we should keep that :

all time. Of.course the.! glimmer of hope alive., I' .
I ROAST Ib 55 Stokley's 46 oz.PINEAPPLE.
United States is, paid up, ana . I
the President also proposes for NOTICEEffective JUICE
us to buy a disproportionate
portion of the bonds to take care Monday, August
of the delinquency of these .other 13th, we shall discontinuethe FRESH FARM PRODUCE Shurfine 303 Can ..
nations who are riding good sale of beer at Shel- FRUIT COCKTAIL

thing just as far as !they can.I ton's Super Market. Thisis Fancy Bartlett !

think this is completely ri not intended to be. a PEARS .5C Hunt's 20 oz. I
diculous. In a report of two reflection on any of our Each
House members one a Democrat customers who might pur- Extra Large Florida ,: CATSUPAVOCADOS I'
and one a Republican, who chase beer or our compet- 29C19C '
served on the United States itors who might sell beer.It Each .Lesuer 303 Can ,, '
delegation to the United Nations is simply a decision we
General Assembly in the latter had to make with our- Fresh Selected TINY SWEET PEAS

part of 1961, they said "We selves.. We hope that our GREEN BEANS : I
think the United States has hurt customers will be tolerant
its own position and similarlyhas with our decision and will VELDA
hurt rather than helped the continue to favor us with GIANT SIZE ,
U.N. by assuming a totally dis- your business.
proportionate share of the expenses Shelton's Super MarketBy Each ICE MILK

." : Dewayne D. Metts r
They go on to say there are FAB 59
vitality and effectiveness of the -:
organization could be increasedif
it were forced to cut !the pat 75 FREETOP 49 1 1I

tern to fit the cloth. It would, Limit One with $5.00 or more food order GALLON ,
they say, certainly increase the VALUE STAMPS I
degree of responsibility: of other !:
Holsutn 2 lb. Jar
member nations if they were with the purchase of \

paying their proportionate share,I I Any sizeGARDEN GRAPE JAM 390
Each spiNACH $
and ,it would lessen suspicionand 4 for I ..1
resentment toward the Coupon Expires 811.62iiEr

United States.A fyPJ1 . . . :: Royal Pink No. 1 Can Food KingOLEO
benefactor who over assumes
+ and over pays his legitimate Each >i.bs.29C
share invariably is more i

looked upon with scorn than re- TOP VALUE STAMPS 100 Ft. RollHANDI Winter Garden 24 oz.
spect. I don't see why we haveto with the of ::1:1I
purchase '
pose ,before the rest of the 3 Ibs. Worlds Best WRAP Each 290 Each 29C
world that we are so rich because, as a matter of fact, HAMBURGERCoupon
from a fiscal standpoint manyof Expires 8-11-62 I Quantity Rights I

the nations of the world are III:: ..
in better shape than v e are, I b t Reserved ,I
and they have gotten in that 50 FREETOP
Prices Good I
condition largely due to our as-

sistance.As VALUE STAMPS (
August 9-10-11, 1962
it stands now, 61 member
nations have not paid all their With Food$5.00'or order more SHELTON SUPER Store HourTVTATTTFT '.
assessments for 1960 and 70 j
and this Coupon,atSHELTON'S Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m :
have not paid all their assess- f

ments for 1961. The Soviet;Bloc GROCERY Sat. 8 a.m.-9:00.. ;

the France Middle, the Eastern Netherlands countries.and, Coupon Expires 8-11-62 t .. : -- .. BUNNELL. .' FLORIDA 1 i,


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'4 The St. Johns River Associational Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Likins an- FLA GRADE A-DRESSED AND DRAWNFRYERS '\ ,
"1 house party was held at nounce the marriage of their
the Clegg beach home last Fri, daughter, Sharon Diane, to Jo- E -
day and Saturday.! Swimmingwas seph Robert Normandin, son of 29<
enjoyed by early arrivers Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Normandin of
t and was followed by a picnicon Montreal, Canada QUND
the beach Friday.A The wedding will be August
business meeting was then 18th in the St. Stephens Churchin
held,with officer election. Those Bunnell at 11 that morning.No Palm River SlicedBACON Tender Sliced Baby Beef

elected were: Judy Stryker Flag- formal invitations are being -
. ler Beach, president; Linda :Me- sent. Friends of the couple I POB"D 49* LIVER POUND 49<

Grady, Crescent City, vice presi- are invited to the wedding and I ,
dent; Karen Blackyk, St. Au- to the reception which will be
gustine, secretary; Carolyn Allen at the home of Mr. and Mrs.I
St. Augustine, treasurer; R. E. Likins immediately fol- Copeland's All MeatFranks
Copeland's Pure Pork-Hot or Mild
Barbara Weaver, Flagler Beach,I lowing the wedding,
; mission study chairman; The couple will reside at Fort
" Ronda ,Mayo, ,Palatka, 'I I Knox, Ky. where the groom is 49* Sausage P3 R49:! '
munity missions chairman; m-I stationed with the U.S. Army. CELLO

Ann Herring, St.
stewardship chairman; Mary Su- Visiting with :Mr. and Mrs. C.
san Brannam, Bunnell, prayer H. Martin on Central Ave. were
;Chairman? Anne Posey, Crescent their sons, Ronald and Charles I
City, pianist; Sherrie Forsythe,: and a grandson, Donald Keely, <
Palatka, song leader; Carolyn all from Flint, Mich. 5pRr:: 39

Thomas, St. Augustine, librarian.
Following ,the business meeting John and Pat Dosat and their
the devotional was given two daughters, Jon and Jill, are I Limit One -$5.00 or More Food Order
and talks on Ridgecrest by Barbara spending three weeks, vacation
J. Weaver Nancy Flourie, Diane ing at Flagler Beach. They are CHASE & SANBORN .
f, Springer and Judy Stryker.' staying in the Mosy apartments.Also .
. Saturday morning the de- in, the apartments are Jon POUND <
votional was presented by the and Sally Dostal and their sons, COFFEE 39
1 Flagler Beach YWA's and Mrs. Greg and David. John has spent CAN
DeWolfe followed with a short the past two years in Germany.rvvvvxvi :
t talk on the YWA theme, "The Limit One-$5.00 or More Food Order R
World in Our Hearts." I I I
Comstock SlicedPieAppIes2 t
this week's/3
1 The Woman's Guild will meet { f patterns... 9 CANS 25 ,j
Thursday afternoon at 2,, o'clockat BTAUDUYLANE
the home of Mrs. Willis Mc- '

Dowell. Nice 2l/2 Size Van CampPorkjBeanslT" 64 Count-Tetley or Tender Leaf "
Sunday school is at 10 a 4 m. Detailing
.. with classes for all ages. 11ev. Plt6
R. W. Dickert's sermon topic for Tea Bags 59 1
Sunday, August 12, will be "The
... Test of Christian Character." :,; y rr Y ,r Y
The annual 'Sunday school 3;
picnic will be held at Alexander Delicate Small Young Early June Holsom GrapeJAM
Springs Thursday, August 16th. Sj
Those planning to attend are 3243 -100
$ *
Peas 5303
asked to meet at the church at 14'4-24' s I SJT 39 ,
8:30 a. m. and cars will leave ,
, .
I the grounds at 9 o'clock. Pic- %.t._
nickers are asked to bring then-
own lunch. Cold drinks and 2l/2 Can Lay's 6/&Oz. Chicken of the Sea
cookies will be furnished by the '
Sunday school } : Potato ticks 19' 'TUNA 3 CANS QQ*


Church school is at 9:30 a. m. u 1 .
: .
Rev. Reynold Hoover stated that 1I Large Energy
Holy Communion will be Sunday I

August 19, instead, of August 2
12, as originally announced.. Covers FAB BOX28 BLEACH 25
The Methodist Men's Club QTS.
will meet Monday evening'at
7:30 At "'the church building
with Mrs. Reynold Hoover in. > FROZEN FOOD' GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE '

t charge of the program.. . 6 Oz. Seald Sweet Orange Thompson SeedlessGRAPES
The regular church service
time will be changed from 10:30 .i 6
l a.' m. to 11:00 a. m. beginning ;' JUICE 89* LB. 19*

September 2nd. .; FOR !

Mr. and Mrs Charles :Meekins ,.
I and children, Ann, Patty, Debbie Four Fisherman Fish Crisp, Large TenderCELERY
i Crass Pattern No. 3243. Nice DeteXIng. -
and Happy, visited with Mrs
This trim-looking casual with a new
t Meekins mother, :Mrs. Sam collar line goes sleeveless for warm Sticks *
ir 49 35
c Walts, in DeLand Saturday. weather. No. 3243'comes in sizes 1412.J :
They accompanied Mrs. Walt to %, I8'/, 20'/. 22'/,. 24!,. Size FOR. .
. 16% fakes 3'. 'yard of 35-Inch fabric. ;
the Stetson production of "South Needlework Pattern No. 928. Crocheted
Pacific. Covers. These crocheted bottle Bird's Eye GardenPEAS2 5.1
4 I IrJ covers ore rerpopular.. The/re goodto
give at gifts or to use yourself when ),
rJ Visiting with the Tony Bradacs I entertaining. n.,',. also practical for Pkgs. <
I, are Jerry and Helen Peters from I (h./ absorb moisture end make the bat 39 BEANS 35
Garfield Heights, Ohio. Jerry is ft..as.r to handle. Ask for No. 923 LBS.PLALER .
Send 3Se for elICit dr.ss pnftora, 23clot.ach
Mrs. Bradac's brother.
needlework pattern add 5c for
each pattern for third class mailing and
Guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. Willis JOe for each pattern for first class ",ail- .
White for two weeks
are Mrs 1490 New York I. N.r.PETERSON .
Vivian Rockefeller of Wayne, wvf ST MEETS N,1 IsVtQJteH l

Mich., and Miss Sharon Ken- III. . . ,
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nedy of Salt Lake City, Utah. TEXACO 1
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for :
Howey-in-the-Hills Light Mechanical Work
I where she will attend the Central PRICES GOOD THURS FRI. SAT. AUGUST 9-10-11, 1962 -I
Phone 437.3<<1 Bunnell
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I -Mr.: and' Mrs. H. F. Howell Mrs. John Sutherland and Kentucky and also the Worlds

have returned to their home family of Ft. Pierce are vacationing Fair in Seattle.

here after a visit with relativesin at their cottage in Flag Mrs. Cliff McGriff has returned -

I Ocala. ler Beach. They are also enjoying home from the Halifax Hospital .

j a visit with her mother, i in Daytona Beach where

LOCALS. Nancy and Janet Walker of ;' Mrs. Neva Eisenbach, and her I she was a patient for several

New Smyrna Beach visited here brother and sister in law, Mr. days.
Thursday through Friday with and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach and .

their grandmother,. Mrs. Daisy family.Mr. CARD OF THANKS '..

FISCHER-BIELEJESKI mother,' Mrs. ,Lizzie SeDessie. Walker, and aunt, Miss Lucille I would like to express my

-M: .l f Mrs. SeDessie will spend some Walker. and Mrs. Gene Barber, sincere appreciation to my
Announcement is made of the
time here and in Zephyhills before I J., D. Barber and Shelton Bar friends and neighbors for their
engagement of Elva L. Fischerto
I' returning to Panama City. :Mrs. Robert Revels and children ber were in Alma, Ga.. last many expressions of sympathy
John Belejeski, Jr., both of {. I
Lynda, George, and Janell, Thursday attending the funeralof and deeds of kindness at the

Ft. Lauderdale. I Marine M,Sgt Edward Zellerof are spending this week in Grove- J. D. Barber's brother. passing of my husband, Herman '
The bride-elect is' the
# daughter Oceanside, Calif., arrived Saturday land and Howey in the Hills Kort. Also my thanks for the

of Mrs. Charles W. Fischer j j for a visit herewith his with relatives.Mr. beautiful floral offerings and
of Ft. Lauderdale and the late Sarah is ;
I Rodgers leaving to.
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Henry cards.
Mr. Fischer. The bridegroom. I day for Pusan, Korea, after
, Zeller. and Mrs. C. P. Gordon and Mrs. Rose Kort.
elect is the of Mr. and Mrs. the vacation
son spending summer r
, Mrs. ,Zeller was called here recently Julia Gordon were in Panama -
John, J. Bielejeski of Bunnell. illness here with her parents, Mr. and . . . "'"-YrJt .-J'JJ
I by the of her City last weekend visiting with
Miss ,,:Fischer was graduated father, Barney, Trojan. I Lovelace Gordon. .During their Mrs. A. C. Rodgers. She has been : O. F. ALFORD ;
I from Palm Beach Junior College employed as a teacherin the Registered '
stay they enjoyed a deep-sea
, and is employed as a secretaryby PINETTES MEET I. fishing trip. U. S. Government schools in the
Real Estate Broker
a local insurance company.Her I Igoevrnment compound there for l
Margaret Ann Shelton enter
finance was graduated !two years. During her vacationshe
tained members of the Pinette Mrs. J. W. Brown has as her Bunnell Florida
j" from law school at the Universe house her [ also visited with friends in I .
Club at her home Monday evening guest grand.daughter,}
ity of Florida, where he was a II I
with 'a spaghetti supper Maguerite j I Sears, of Tallahassee.
member of Phi Kappa Phi and I II
Following the supper a business L
Order of the Coif. He is an at meeting and social hour was I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers 24 HourWrecker
torney. enjoyed. The president, Betty I have as their house guests their Service *

The wedding will take place White, presided at the business son and his family, Mr. and

September 15 in the Second meeting. Mrs. Daniel Rodgers and their .

Presbyterian Church. The reception Members of the club presentedMrs. sons, Andy and Jimmy, of Pusan, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.. ;
.. will be held at Carol Korea.
Shelton ',
with a going away ASSEY-FERGUSON
Ridge Yacht Club.
Daniel has
gift. She will be moving to been employedwith Grove- Farm Industrial Equipment
the Civil Service in
Ocala in Japan
the near future to re
Dixon Lewis side. and Korea since World War 2, Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242

and this is his third visit home Night ID 7-3529 I
Plans Present were Pat Cowart Joan '
Wedding ,
during the time. It is the first VIRGIL. DECKER RALPH ,DECKER .,
Crews, Elissa Tilton, Betty Hawkins
Are AnnouncedThe time ,his wife and sons have Owner Parts &,:Shop:; Manager
Betty White, Margie Kin-
visited here with the family. .
marriage of Miss Deanne ney and Ann Hunter. 1- --- -
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Rae Dixon of Seville to :Mr. .
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David William Lewis of Bunnell Mr.. :and Mrs. C. H. Gordon : .. ..... 'i"i i
will be on August 17th, 1962, at and three sons have gone to I .

the Pentecostal Holiness, Churchin Ocala to reside. Mr. Gordon is : : '

Seville. The ceremony will employed there with the Florida \: ;, '

l; be at 8 o'clock'in the evening. Forestry Department. :: ; ,,< ,: : ; ,\" -': t:;? ''' i'' < ;
Miss Dixon is the neice of Mr. '
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and Mrs. Claude Yelvington of Mrs. C. P. Gordon, Julia Gordon .t ,-I'J" ',-." .. 1 lI

\ Seville with whom she makes Mrs. T. E. Lovelace, and : ..J.P'i { ;"f; ;. { I

her home. Mr. Lewis is the son I Mrs. Charles Worley were recent rK J ,. ( I !
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.of Mr. and :Mrs. William C. ,
visitors in Johnson City, Tenn. ; 1

Lewis of, Bunnell. where they visited with Mr. and -, e "';, ,,: ,- , ;". . ... '
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No invitations will be issued Mis. T. B. Andrews. Mrs. Andrews ,, '1 I :. -' d- : -;, 1

but all, friends of the couple are I is the former Julia Edge s > -:. ,I.... ,. '(. . :, i
invited. A will follow!I Lovelace, daughter of :Mrs. Love ..... ,. k' . ; 1 ",
reception -:'., .. \ t .'-1 r .. .:" ::17, I
at the home of :Mr. and Mrs.,, lace. : \" ; .. ';I:, I
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Claude Yelvington in Seville. ,
'. I Visiting here with 9 :.
her aunt, j ; S S:
HUNTER REUNION Mrs. H. A. Dozier, is Debby Wha- \ }

HELD AT LAKE J'! ley of Pansacola. Mrs. Dozier's -,"... ",... ;

GENEVA SUNDAY J j I daughter, Lee Ann, has spent iIii- 'I '--l'!._ i

j! several days in Cocoa visiting '.!J 1. h % ..
The Hunter Family Reunion j r ;:: '. .,,-
with her ;
was held Sunday at Lake Geneva grandmother, Mrs. W. ,'-' .- a ,-tJ'l'tr
|IC. Raley. -
with 30 attending. A picnic -' ,' .' f

basket dinner was served to the ;
:Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pache and I ;) I
group. Boating, water skiing and !i 3iv
swimming was enjoyed during I) daughters have returned from a '"
the day. !i! six weeks visit in Bridgeport, iv::; ;.

Conn., with relatives. ; (
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Attending from Espanola were: J '/ ;11"

:Mr. and :Mrs. E. A. Hunter, :l\Ir.1\ ;
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson .:'i '_ :..
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and Mrs.' Otis Hunter and sons, : .H a % lyy 3C
Oti s and Kevin, and Kenneth!;'I and sons have returned y. "J
l home after a vacation in I
Hunter. From Bunnell were: Mrs 36p
Waynesville, N. C. .
I I I :
and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna and Ruth
Hunter. !!I I t
Dennis and Tommy King have
Others attending were members j '
I I I returned to their home in Miami '
of the family from Holly :
Hill, Jacksonville and Gaines. I'|I after a visit here with their % :; [

ville. ]grandmother I I and other relatives., Mrs. O. F. Alford, -

j i Mrs. Paul Stanish and dauh-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dale Wal. .
ter, Catherine, are visiting in .
den announce the arrival of al Detroit Mich. . :;;:. :
I with relatives for ft*
son who was born at the Flag. I
two weeks.

ler Clinic and Hospital Wednesday i You feel good all over '-, .>. *. i I
morning, August 8. He
I Barney Trojan has been
a patient I r rI
weighed six pounds and 7% ozs. in
and has been given the name where he a underwent Augustine surgery hospital re I l I when you call Long Distance: I

of James Dean.
cently. He expects to return to

Mr and Mrs. Walden recently his home in Korona within the I ;

moved here from Fayetteville, next few days to recuperate. His

N.: c. He is employed with the son, Henry of the You and '
Trojan, U. S. laugh you talk and you get the feeling you're.there,
Shelton Market
Super Navy, and his daughter, Wanda

Digs.Stella Zeller of California, ,came to be *. .right there. If you shut your eyes, you almost think S : ,
Guests Layton with him I -
during and ,
surgery (
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Lee recuperation.Mr. i you can touch each other. That's fun. That's nice! :'. i

; Coker, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pal- : \ "
But really the nicest is can do this yOU' 1i
:, part you anytime
lock, Miss Grace Cochran, Mrs.j jr and Mrs. O. C. Shelton

r r Lewis Coker, mother of Mrs.'Lay were in Ocala Sunday house. i ,feel like feeling good. Like right now! .

ton, all from Lakeland. Also hunting. They plan to move

Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett and there during the ,next several i I -:. .... 't--.

daughter.from Lyons, Ga.. weeks to reside. Mr. Shelton has. -. . -' :.,t,_ '".. tI -'.- .'
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I purchased a ,supermarket there: < '' '
I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Harris II--\
and sons of Panama City visited Mrs. Leonard Moody and, : I !

here with :their parents, Mr. and daughter, Eula Lee, were; ini '. ,,,
Mrs. L. L. Harris, Sr., several I I Gainesville Thursday visiting I II I. ,. -- _-/t--1fJIJ th I7iIfN #

days last week. They were accompanied with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward and; J '''. .

here by Mrs. Harris'I I Mrs. Charlie :Mathews. : ,

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I whites had a low of one to one IN TiiE'"cmcuiT' COURT OF TIlE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEV- the style of which is the Hastings 1 !

Florida Births I SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.I,I ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I Potato Growers Association, an '
I in 1954 a high of-1035'in 1951 ,
'I IN AND' FOR FLAGLER COUNTY IN AND FOR TilE COUNTY OI agricultural cooperative marketing 1

I and 1958.Though. I STATE, FLORIDA. LAW NO. 872 i!i I FLAGLER STATE OF FLORIDA, association under the laws of Florida j I

Almost Exact Pace I ROAD DEPARTMENT IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 449 Vs. George R. Kendall and ;
+ > I OF FLORIDA an Agency of : I
the State of Florida' j i D O"ROTHY MAE BANKS, Edna Kendall (husband and wife) ,f
I PlalntDIVORCEANDREW and Citizens Bank of Bunnell A JI JII
and i!
''F I a porcupine moves -vs- State Banking Corporation and be-
Of General Population : FLAGLER COUNTY.a Political
slowly by nature, it can ?un asj I I Subdivision of the State of !I. Defendant. ing Docket No. 4480.

,. F o '1da's births have increased I{ fast as a man a short distance., J''I Florida. Petitioners. j j I THE' STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR TO: I seal WITNESS of said my Court hand this and 3rd official day ,i

J1 I
decade to 1 ANDREW BANKS of August 1962.
each in the past vs.HATTJE
year with the -- --- -1 i I M. BOWKLEY, et al., j I Residence Unknown I (Official Clerk ofE the Circuit. SMYTHE Court --
i keep almost exact pace Defendants.: I II YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, I as ;
Florida. J
general population increase, a I RCA VICTOR I I NOTICE OF RULE NISINOmc I Ii I I filed that a against suit for you \inCethe sabove 'August for 9-ltc Flagler County, t"

survey by the State Board of LIVING COLOR TV i PROCEEDINGS. uF KMlftUNT DOMAIN entitled cause and you are hereby -T EQUALIZATION ,;
I I PlaintiffsAttorney I MEETING
required to serve upon
Health' shows. Boys IN TilE WINDOW" I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF whose name and adress' Notice Is hereby given that the
illigitimacy is increasing. FLORIDA, appear hereon your written defense 1962 Tax Roll for FTagler CountyIs
; Southern Radio & Television I I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN if any. to the Complaint In now open for Public Inspectionat

226 E. 9ranadaPh. OR 7-2001 and to all persons and parties said suit. on or before the 30th the office of D., D. Moody. Tax
There were 1,117,216 births ORMOND having or claiming any right day of August. 1962. else decree Assessor. during regular office

from 1950 to 1961. Births during ? j jI 'I title interest estate, mortgage or pro confesso will be entered aganist hours.
other lien to or on that certain you.WITNESS Notice is also given that the
this period increased 80 per cent parcel of land hereinafter described my hand and seal of Board of County Commissioners of
t THE OUTBOARDER 'said court this 31st day of July will with the
increase the following persons together Flagler County meet
against the population I I with all unknown persons 1962. County Tax Assessor at the County
claiming by. through under (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE.Clerk Commissioners' in the Court-
or room
of 79 per cent. Authorized Evinrude Dealer of said Court
;, I known persons who are dead or house. Bunnell, Florida at the .hour -
t BOATS ACCESSORIES'- REPAIRS I II who are known to be dead or alive: By Julia R. Harvey of 10 a. m. on Monday. \September

There were 85 per cent more Dockage Storage Free Ramp SECTION 73501-2601 I I I W. L. WADSWORTHP. Deputy Clerk. 3rd A. D. 1962 for the purpose of

\" births for whites while the white I WE FINANCE J! STATE ROAD S-305-A O. BOX 396 hearing complaints and receiving
FLAGLER COUNTY I I Bunnell Florida testimony ,as to the value of any
population rose 88 per cent.Non.white I 825 Ballouch Rd-Daytona !![NAME AND ADDRESSESI Attorney for Plaintiff. property real or personal as fixed
i I I Hattie M. Bowkley August 2-9-16-23--4tc by the County, Assessor of Taxes
births rose 56 per cent Address Unknown !I and for the purpose of perfecting

against only a 47 per cent popu IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN SRD NOn IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH reviewing and equalizing the as-
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY H. T. BOWKLEY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN sessments the value of which shall '
lation increase. The difference : FLORIDA. FILE NO. 625 Address Unknown v IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF have been fixed by the County Assessor -
in these figures was a large inCrease :I David Stevenson Deceased. Henrietta A. Seibertf*, IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 4486

in older (above childbearing : NOTICE OF PROBATE Address Unknown '.: MENTORY DAVIS him.DATED at Bunnell Florida this
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN SRD NO. 2 ,..n Plaintiff.vs 7th day of
August A. D. 1962.
age) new1 white residents -:I THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT Markley Royer Seibert (SEAL)
Address Unknown -
: 4.,
a in non- : You are 'hereby notified that a SRD NO.2"'" '. OF FLAGLER
written instrument purporting to Markley Russell Seibert 'i. Defendant.
white birth rate. I be the last will and testament of 127 South 9th Street NOTICE TO APPEARTHE COUNTY FLORIDA
said decedent has been admittedto Reading Pennsylvania
From 1951 to 1957 the numberof
probate in said Court. SRD NO.2 JOHN D. DAVIS. ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk

births among whites and nonwhites You are hereby commanded within Cyrus W. Royer I YOU Residence ARE HEREBY Unknown NOTIFIED August 9.162tcNOTICE
Address Unknown I
six calendar months from the
increased an average of date of the first publication of this SRD NO. 2 i that a suit for divorce has been OF APPLICATION FOR
: filed against you in the above en- TAX DEED
notice to, SECTION 73501-2601
in said Court and
, appear
cent each while
seven per year; ; STATE ROAD S-305-A titled cause and you are hereby
show cause if any you can why Notice is hereby given that R. W.
from; 1958 to 1961 the average the action of said Court In admit- FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS required to whose serve upon and Plaintiff'sAttorney address Deen Jr., Bunnell. Florida the
ting said will to probate shouldnot holder'of the following certificates
gain among whites and nonwhites RIGHT WAY appear hereon. your written defense -
stand unrevoked. SRD NO. 2 OF if the has filed said certificates for a tax
declined to three (Seal). T. K. McKNIGHT That part of: said any to Complaint in deed to be Issued thereon. The
suit before the 23rd
percent on or day
The E of Section 4. Township
County Judge of Flagler of August. 1962. else decree pro certificate numbers and years of
County. Florida. 14 South Range 29 East; confesso will be entered against issuance the description of the
First publication of this noticeon lying within 50 feet on each side property and the names in whichit
The board .sald'that if the of the line of State Road
2nd day of August 1962. survey you.WITNESS my hand and seal of was assessed are as follows:

change continues in the rate of August 2-9-16-23-Hc line S-305-A.being Section described 73501 as, follows said survey: said court this 18th day of July 1960.Certificate No. 7, year of Issuance
1962. i
increase, a survey would haveto IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Begin on the South line of Sec- (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE Certificate No. 7. year of Issuance
IN AND FOR FLAGLER tion 4. aforesaid at a point 320.26
COUNT 1961.
Clerk of said CourtW.
be made to determine whetherit '
I TY FLORIDA. FILE NO. 625 feet West of the Southeast cornerof L. WadsworthP. Certificate No 24. year of Issu-
is. due to stabilization of the I IN RE: ESTATE OF said Section 4, and run North O. Box 396 ance 1962.Description. ,
01-21'30' 169.20 feet the
West to
I David Stevenson. Deceased. Florida
Bunnell. of
property covering
population, further shifts in pop- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo beginning of a curve concave to Attorney for Plaintiff. above three (3) certificates:

ulation of older persons, a decrease demands all persons against having the Estate claims or of the radius Southwesterly of 1146.28 feet and; thence having a-a July 26 & Aug. 2-9-16-4tc Tract 2, Block 3. Sec. 21; Twp.
12S: R. 29E. 20 acres. Name in
in the birth rate or a DA*ID STEVENSON deceased: long said curve through a central IN THE CIRCUI TCOURT, FLAG- which assessed: Bernard Stiller.
angle of 20"21'45. distance of
You are hereby notified to file a
I Certificate No. 6. of issuance
combination of several factors. your claims or aemands in the office 407.25 feet to end of curve; thence CHANCERY NO. 4480 1960. year
of the County Judge at his office North 21M3'15West.. 1058.65 feetto
Illigitimate births Certificate No. 5. of issuance
accountedfor GROWERS
in the courthouse of Flagler the beginning of a curve 'con year
8.9 cent of all live County. Florida in Bunnell Flagler cave to the Southwesterly and ASSOCIATION an agricultural 1961.
per associa- Certificate No. 22, of Issu-
County. Florida, within six (6) having a radius of 1146.28 feet: marketing year
during the 1950-1961 period. calendar months from the time of thence alopg said curve througha tion under the laws of Florida ance 1962.Description.

the first publication of this notice. central angle of 1646'30", a distance Plaintiff; of property covering
Among white births the illigit Each claim or demand must be of 335.50 feet to the end of above three (3) certificates:

imacy percentage was 2.3; among in writing and contain the placeof curve: thence North 38.29'45"Vest. GEORGEs. KENDALL and Tract 1. Block 12. St. Johns De-
residence and postoffice address 267.38 feet to the begnlning of a EDNA KENDALL (husband and velopment Co. Subdivision Sec. 19;
nonwhites it was 26.2 percent of the claimant. and must be swornto curve concave to the Northeasterlyand wife) and CITIZENS BANK OF Twp: 12S; R. 29E: 20 acres. Namein

In 1950 the total by the claimant his agent or feet having thence a radius of 1146.28 BUNNELL. A State Banking which assessed: M. Voss.
illigiti- : along said curve
attorney. Corporation. of said property being In the
mate births was 5,134 against Each claimant '(or creditor) must through a central angle of 3753"a County of Flagler. State of Florida.
also deliver a sufficient number of of 757.67 feet to end Unless such certificate or certifi-
11,103 in 1961. The total increase copies of his claim as recorded and of curve: thence North 00.36'45"West NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE cates shall be redeemed accordingto
filed in the office of the 2.569.96 feet to the North BY CLERK OF TilE CIRCUIT
was from 7.9 to 9.5 per cent o'f County line of said Section 4. at law the property described in
Judge to said COURT
Judge to en- such certificate or certificates will
live births. able the County Judge "to mail a corner of West said Section of the 4.Northeast Notice Is hereby given that the be sold to the highest bidder at

The number of male births copy to each personal representative The land herein described undersigned. E. A. SMYTHE Clerkof the Court House door on the first
J of'said estate. 9.106 contains the Circuit Court Flagler County Monday in the month of September -
100 female Dated: .Ju.Y..2.7. A. D. 1962.DORlSTTXDINE acres more or less exclusive 1962. which is the 3rd 'of
per births fluctuated of area In existing road Florida will on the 20th day day
STEVENSON right of way.OWNED of August. 1962. between the hoursof September 1962.
around 105 with a drop to 103.6in STRIPLINGas BY: Cyrus W. Royer; 11:00 A. ]'. and 2:00 P.M. at the Dated this 7th day of August

1953. The white race had executrix of the estateof and Hattie M. Bowkley and her front door of the Courthouse 1962.
estate of DAVID husband H. T. Bowkley. Markley Flagler County in the City of Bun- (SEAL,) E. A. SMYTHE. _ _.'
high ratio of 107.5 in 1956 and First STEVENSON publication deceased. Russell Seibert. Markley Royer nell Florida.: offer for sale and I '"'L.lerK. 01 Ircun; ,'our 01
on: 8262.
'. a low of 104.5 in 1953. Non- August -9-16-3--4tc Siebert and Henrietta A. Slohort____ I sell at public outcry to the highestand Flagler County. Florida.
SECTION 73501260in best bidder for cash the following Aug. 91623.304tc,
1ST THE CIRCUIT STATE ROAD S-305-A described property situate -- -
PHARMACYSick "FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.COUNTY CASE TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- Lots 15 & 16, Block 13. accord- IN CHANCERY NO. 44M

Room SuppUes-:8undries NO. 4487GLADYS tion of Taking has been filed in ing to replotting of portions of EMIL F. HAWES SR.,
M. TIMMONS. the above-styled cause by the Petitioners Sec. 37 and 25, in Twp. 13 South. Plaintiff
i HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Plaintiff the acquiring authority Range 29 East, containing 20 acres vs.

24-Hour" Prescription Service -vs- of these proceedings of the takingof more or less. ALSO: Lots 51. 52, ESTHEII.KATHLEEN HAWES.
JOHN TIMMONS. the above-described land for the 53. 54, 55. 56. 57, 58. 59. 60. 61. Defendant.
Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Defendant. filed purpose in set this forth in the Petition 62. in Blk. 13. according to map NOTICE TO DEFEND
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of cause viz: As rightof of the DuPont Railway' & Land
way a portion of State'Road
BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 NOTICE TO APPEAR No. S-305-A. Flagler County.: Company's plat of principal partsof ESTHER KATHLEEN HAWES
-- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Florida, and that the Honorable I Sections 37 & 25 in Township 17 Huntington Street

JOHN TIMMONS. Howell W. Melton, one of the I 13 South Range 29 East contain- New Brunswick New Jersey
FREE PAINT BLACKSHEAR. ing 99 acres more or less. ALSO
Judges of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -I
are hereby notified that &
GEORGIAco Lot 17, In Section 36. Township 13
of Florida will on 23rd day
suit has been filed in
One extra gallon of Inez Gillyard of South. Range 29 East containing against you
your choice August. 1962. at 1:30 P. M. in the above entitled and
with YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the Flagler County Courthouse at 5 acres more or less. ALSO: Lots cause; you
each gallon you buy that a suit for divorce has been Bunnell. Florida. consider said 16 & 18, Section 36, Twp. 13 are hereby required to file your answer -
filed against you in the above entitled Declaration' Taking appoint ap- South, Range 29 East containing with the Clerk of this Court
Mary Carter Paint Store cause and you are hereby, praisers and make such order as 15 acres more or less. and to serve a copy thereof upon
required to serve upon Plaintiff's the Court deems proper. All par- ALSO: Being lots thirteen (13), the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Mao \Ve.tx t. 'i1l.oplA. Outer Attorney whose name and address ties to the suit and all parties fourteen (14) and fifteen (15). according whose name and address is:
t appear hereon. your written de interested may appear and be to a replotting of Section Ray Selden
r tense If any to the Bill of Complaint heard at the time and place designated -I thirty-six (36), Township thirteen Selden Building
In said suit on or before (13) South, Range Twenty-nine Daytona Beach. Floridanot
SINCLAIR the 23rd day of August. 1962. else You. and each of you. are hereby (29) East more particularly described later than September 6th. A. D.
SERVICE decree pro confesso will be entered commanded to appear by filing an as follows to-wit 1962.
: against you. Answer to the Petition filed in this ning at : Begin- If fall do decree
STATION a point on the section line you to so, pro
WITNESS MY HAND cause in the above-entitled
AND SEAL Courton between said Section confesso will be entered
OF SAID COURT this 19th day of or before September 7. 1962, thirty-six againstyou
Now Available (36) and Section for the relief
Juy. 1962. to show what right, title interest twenty-five (25). demanded in the
: (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE I, or liens you or any of you have said Township and Range six bill of complaint. The nature of
on Highway U. S. No. 1 As Clerk of said Court I In'or to any of the above-described hundred sixty (660) feet from the said suit being for divorce.

In Bunnell. W L Wadsworth land and show! cause why the same Northwest corner of said Section WITNESS my hand and seal of
P. O. Box 396 I. should not be taken for the use thirty-six (36). thence south thir- said Court this 3rd day of AugustA.

'i Must be Mechanically In. Bunnell. Florida and purpose set forth in the Petition teen hundred twenty (1320) feet D. 1962.SEAL .
'-. Attorney for Plaintiff filed herein. to a point; thence East nine hun- : ( ) E. A. SMYTHE
clined. Bunnell resident July 26 & Aug. 2-9-16--Ctc WITNESS my hand and the seal dred ninety (990) feet to a point Clerk of said Circuit Court
of said Court on this July 25th. thence North thirteen hundred ,I By Julia R. Harvey
preferred. NORTII ORMOND DRAINAGE A. D. 1962.SEAL I twenty (1320) feet to section line Deputy Clerk
DISTRICT ( ) E. A. SMYTHE. I first above mentioned thence West Aug. 9-16-3-3G-4tc
Phones NOTICE OF LAND OWNERS Clerk of the Circuit Court. along said section line nine hun-
MEETING Flagler County. Florida. I. dred ninety feet to the place of IN THE CIRCUIT CUn 01
437-3516 or 439.2044 Notice is hereby given that a H. T. Cook. County Attorney beginning containing thirty (30) FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
meeting of the Owners of Land situated Flagler Florida acres more or less. IN CHANCERY NO. 4495
in the North Ormond Drainage Bunnell. ALSO: That portion of the ELIZABETH JANE CAUSEY.
II ; District in Volusla and Flagler AND.James' Southeast quarter of Section 26 Plaintiff,
I Counties is hereby called to be held E. Moore. Township 13 South Range 29 vs.
at the office of the District at 420. Holland Building known as Lots 69. 70 and 72. East MERLE EDWARD CAUSEY. SR.Defendant..
Tallahassee, FloridaOf more
Seabreeze Boulevard Daytona .
Beach. Florida, same being in the Counsel for the Petitioners. Beginning particularly at described the Southeast as ocorner NOTICE TO DEFEND
QJljr 3Klaglrr cUribunrBUNHELL. IN CIRCUIT
County of Volusla on Thursdav. Au- COURT of said Section 26. thence THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
srust 30. 1962 at 2 o'clock of the North
P.M. for along the MERLE EDWARD CAUSEY. SR.
i' the purpose of electing Supervisorsand SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT side of a public 47 Edgeview Road
FLORIDA road along the section
for any other business that In and far I line between -
Keyport. New
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA Sections 26 and 25. said Jersey
i may come before the meeting.
At such election. each<< and I. E. A. SMYTHE. as Clerk of Township and Range 660 feet to I I You are hereby notified that a
every the Circuit Court in and for said a point; thence West suit has been filed against you In
acre of land in the District shall feet to
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor represent one share and each owner County and State do hereby certify a point; thence North. 660 feet to the above entitled cause; and you
; that the above and a point are hereby required to file your an-
shall be entitled to vote In foregoing is ; thence West 660 feet
one to
v --- person
or by proxy In writing duly true and correct copy of NOTICE a point; thence South 1320 feet to swer with the Clerk of this Court
D*.Iff ated Oflclal. Pablleatfoa signed for each acre of land owned OP RULE NISI in the case of a point on public road on section and to serve a copy thereof upon

hy him in such District. Guardians STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF line between Sections 26 and the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. ,
( r Pablle Natleea .f FlatterConaty. VLORIDA. find FLAGLER 35. whose name and address is:
COUN thence East
may represent their Wards. Executors the North side
and TY, vs. HATTIE M. BOWKLEY. et of said road Ray Selden
Municipalities therein Administrators may rep- feet to the place
resent the Estate of deceased persons beginning said lots
sad the State of Florida and Private Corporations LAW CASE NO. 872. Flagler Coun- containing 25 together Daytona Beach. Florida
may acres
more less.
IH. represented by their officers or ty Records. ALL OF ABOVE DESCRIBED not later than September 6th, A. D.
dulv authorized LANDS
..... Agents.It hereunto set my hand and affixedmy MORE CONTAINING 194 ACRES you fall to do so. decree j.
R..f'n4 sa d elaaa. natterFfbrvary In ordered that this Notice be OR LESS. pro
I seal on this 25th day confesso will be entered against I
oubllshed week
for two
once a con- SUBJECT to
r. ..1913.at tM ...t.SM of July A. D. 1962. mortgage to Fed- you for the relief demanded
e utive weeks, In the Daytona eral Land Bank in the.
.. (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE recorded In mortgage bill of The l
ot Ilnanell. Florida. aaa>r art .( Be-ich. Observer a newspaper pub"heft Clerk Circuit Court book 28. page 287. said suit Complaint. nature Of' !
In Volusla County. Florida. being for divorce.
.rell 3. 1970. *n* The F1A lpr Trihune. a news- By Julia Flapler R. County. Florida. mortgages to SUBJECT Hastings to two prior WITNESS my hand and seal of I

n oer published In Flagler Countv. Harvey Credit Corp.. Agricultural said Court this 3rd day of August I
I T-irtrji" **. Date of first publication Deputy Clerk. In recorded respectively A. D. 1962.

One year_. .11.50 July !C. 1988.B August -9-tC-U--ttc and mortgage book' 31 at page 38 (SEALE.. A. SMYTHE
ord** ,%f mortgage book 33 at page 124 I Clerk
. I Subscribe to The r Tribune public records of said Circuit. Court
'" nix. month -_'U-I, .1 HOARD OF SUPERVISORS Florida. f Flagler- County By Julia R. Harvey, '
: V. G"V Day Secretary -
$2.50 A Year In
Advance Deputy Clerk.
;r t -, July :26 & Aug. :-9-3tc in the case pending in said Court, Aug.163304tc, . '. -.



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q d/DJ iaI' ment Station horticulturists say I long lasting beauty, ,keep the . r. .' 'i::
that glads on medium soil need vases clean and free of bac- ,
. (By Kerrey. .Shaags another application of fertilizer terial slime. Use one-quarter -,'l';,

about five ,weeks after planting.On teaspoon of Clorox or similar L :
j I The gladiolus compares with very sandy soils the gladswill bleach in the water to control I ) ; C; .;.i tj rb4.i Ia : ;, .
'/ a bathing beauty-both have grow better if offered at the bacteria. I
.'.' eye appeal. least three applications of plant. Also, change the water in the >
f But the glad has one advant food at two-week intervals after vase evey third day and cut off
; age over human competition as planting. an inch or more of the base ofl THE BIG STEP ,

I ;r it is dressed for every occasion. Spread the fertilizer on both the stems at that time. I

I t ,.- Without changing costume the sides of the row about six inches For additional information, 4 f
, tall stem beauties attract attention from the plants and work into ask your county agent for Or- "

t ;.: as a poolside planting, a the soil surface without harm- Home Gardener.. "

'f... . bouquet in the home or an ar- ing the root system.To ,I
rangement for the church. prevent diseases, purchase I I STATE ATTRACTS
,' Growing glads is easy. Corms only clean, bright corms. Usually
a -COmmonly: called bulbsplanted small corms, one inch in diameter NUMBERS OF AGED

: now will produce a splash are healthier than larger Nearly half of all older per- Matrimony has often been sider the "best way" to buy
+' of color in 60 to 90 days. corms. Dull, dark husks in- sons moving across boundariesin referred to as "the big step." a car, or how to go about I
dicate old corms which might Certainly !it represents'one of getting loan to take
'. For a blend of colors, plant the United States since 1950 a care
\ several varieties of glads. carry disease. settled in Florida a Universityof the most important moments of immediate financial needs.
Start with June Bells or White If disease spots show up on Florida report reveals. in the lives of two people. These are "big steps'
white disn' leaves of the plants, spray onceweek' There are other "bigsteps" and
Friendship for a snow they're important. That's
1 . The statement, based on a ahead, however. The I
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play.. Mingle in a few corms of #; with zineb or maneb. choice of home 'why we stress the fact trial8
study of changes of address for a must sometime -
Hopman's Glory or Spotlight variety This will prevent the healthy be made. Selection of it's wise to do business locally -
social checks
mailing security to
I for a splash of yellow. Add plants from getting infected.. aged beneficiaries was reportedin I furnishings is an expenditure where folks know you ,
Valerie or San Souci for red In warm weather keep an eye .
i.. a graduate thesis being com- that should be wisely considand where your satisfac I
hues anc plant Elizabeth thee out for thrips and chewing in-
} ered.
I W. Most folks must contion is guaranteed.
pleted by
Kennedy Upham
; Queen for a dash of lavender. sects. And for safety sake apply -
F':' For feminine pink, select a a weekly dust of chlordaneor under the supervision of uni

,. few corms of Friendship, Spick dieldrin to control the var- versity sociologist T. Lynn Smith.
t and Span or Phantom Beauty. mints. In making the applica- Upham reported Florida leaped
L' Gladiolus thrive best in a tions follow the manufacturer's forward as an "aged" state with I

\._' .. well" drained soil in a sunny 10c. directions carefully. a whopping 8Q per cent. increasein Your sakel
'' cation. When the blossoms begin to net migration of old folks I Home tra ,

, '. To prepare 'a bed for planting show don't be too hasty cutting during the last 10 years. Tra4eat and aom ., ,,
' cultivate thoroughly and them for home use. Allow' at His analysis,of the 1960 census
1;:: remove all weeds and trash. least two lower florets to open :I reveals 533,129 persons 65 andover '

_'. Mark off the rows in the planting fully before cutting the spikes. are now living in Floridaa i

,1. bed-perhaps to form a Gladiolus will last about a net gain of 246,348 more than
c;. design that will add additional week in the home. For this were here 10 years ago. i. .' .

beauty at blossoming time.
, : In well drained or very sandy I ,,
soil, prepare a two or three-

Inch trench for planting. On .
clay or organic soils place the ,
corms at ground level and
mound up the earth at least
four inches over the "bulbs." RENTAL : APARTMENTS

Set corms firmly into the soil, ,
/ four to six inches apart in rows

' that are two to three feet apart. .
When planting is finished, ,
rake in a commercial fertilizer 1 :;q .
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such as 4.8.8 (NPK) the : ;i il.
on ,
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sides of. .the.beds, but not directly . t. ,._ ". : :;, ', :: .-.... a : .; > ',.y :, "
over the corms. < ; : i
Use 2% of .
pounds plant food '. '- .
.' :' r ,
per 100 feet of row. Water the ,
.. .. "" .. ,
! area to dissolve the fertilizer.By .

selecting varieties or planting .
Available for '
to responsible
on alternate weeks, it is occupancy tenants. ,, 't.
possible to extend "
flowering over : .
t a considerable period. : ::1
approximately September 1 1962 ; ;
awaiting for the flower ; '; ,
t'.While. spikes to show, keep the glads r ., '
free of weeds. Skimming the I .f I S'., .:. -

j I soil with a small hoe is the : ":" ; . ....." ',:,.:' ,' '. ' : '

plants.best way Also to, shallow defeat the cultivation pest /- .: f, TWO, 2 bedroom. with Florida 'room---carports.. ': :. ," .':4T-i A_"*-.- *\;" .ic'. .:,;;;.:
causes less damage to the .' '>,I r', : -
:":!. ,V" ,
l' gladiolus roots.University / 'i i .
of Florida Experi ', . j. TWO 2 bedroom with garage. :. ,/: '' 4f. .:." .

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for the ;**

r tFAM1LY_ !? .' , "' FOUR 1 bedroom with carports, furnished. All 'with'. : t _,'-: .' :. :.' .
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Y 0 : 1 .. tile bath and windowsills. ? 1 V"r; : ;

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: All apartments! equipped with stove and refrigerator--central heat- 'J .:r.j;. , -

ITEM. If you buy a product that /',
I has a manufacturers' warranty, ing---air conditioning---storage---drapes---tile floor: or wall to wall t.:v, ) , be sure you keep that warrantyand .

is very understand easy in it this thoroughly.day of as-It ,'; . carpeting.. Available outlets for washer-dryer and soft water. -:.;, ', '

, sembly line production for a .f. ..'.I
product to be defective. Often -
these defects are not detected :.. 0-
l until the product is in use. ':.
. ,:..:. :. v'. :Signed. leases with first and last month's rent payable in advance. .r:
is time to buy .
ITEM. July a good .: '
I those storm doors and windows . ' :. ,'t :
that you needed last December, ."
but felt were too high at that '. .F' .'- '4'
time. Many dealers have special :; FOR INFORMATION WRITE 9 .
prices, including installation char- .. ' _
months.A l' :. -' -
ges, during the summer ;
note of caution however. Be
sure you are getting a sale price I BUNNELL : '
Inc. '
and not a non-existent. . "bargain. ,

ITEM. One of the nation's largest -. \
food chain stores, long a holdout BOX 278 t
against giving stamps, will join '.
the parade of those who do. '

'. : BUNNELL FLORIDA ::"' :'z:
ITEM. Egg production this year .
continues to run ahead of last .- '" .
year, and, as,a result prices are . .. .
lower. Producers say that peopleare "

not eating breakfast the way -
they should and consumption has .

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E EIGHT CHL|h'1.AV1.hH TR1BUNL, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, August 9, 1
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iy, Green Say& !{ Flagler County School' Calendar i THERE I5 ROl7M FIERE. -rnA'CW 1'5 WE RIGHT PADS PLAN FDR A
State's Economy AF0UMM& CAN use IT .'V IN cut
School Supt. Dean Holland said today the pre-school C"AR.1SNT aN WALL

Shows+ GrowthI \ conference will begin on August 20. The teachers will THEWW ts
report to their schools at 8:30 A. :M.

State.Comptroller: Ray E. Green i t School will open on Tuesday, August 28, at 8:30. s fgpK
" reports', that the improvement in r! A. :M. Mr. Holland said the buses will run their regu- G.

, .'. the economy of the state which I 1 lar routes and on the same time schedules as last year. \ I .
. began in January, ,continued !I Following is the school calendar for the year, and I ZX4'S 40.e
,t through June, with July sales! it is suggested that interested parents clip out and keep ATTACH 2x4

f tax collections totalling $15,057J J handy for reference during the school year. i LEGS arwnop1OPWITH TO

.' ? 081. I t Aug. 20-Begin Pre-School Conference HINGES. +

f{ The comptroller said that t Aug. 21-Florida State Teachers Assn. (.Colored,) 0 TOP 1WEN TO ATTACH WALL 7, t NurGE
'while the, increase .was only .511 Aug. 27-End Pre-School Conference. 0 HII NESS jr fI fIVACATIONS

per cent over the collections' for I'' Aug. 28-SCHOOL BEGINS. r> .y: ';*?,. a
June, it topped the estimate for Sept. 3-Vacation (Labor Day; ) --":;
July by $520,710. I II Oct. 9-End of first six weeks period. t,
Green pointed out that the Oct. 15-District FEA Student Holiday. '
.. collections also were $1,455,228 t Nov. 21-End second six weeks period. Are' you taking your vacation trip without adequate \
, over July of last year, when collections -, Nov. 22-23- Thanksgiving vacation (Thurs. '& Fri.) ,insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I

" fell two per: cent under Dec. 19 Jan 1-inclusive-Christmas vacation.Jan. trip-surance see us. Wherever you go whenever you-

1960. 2-Return from Christmas vacation.Jan. go However you go-GO PROTECTED. .
"This is a much happier situation 18-End of ,Semester. 's I
' .. tba "last year," Green Jan. 21-23-Teachers work day (no school) r .'' ,' I
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said. "To start the year with Jan. 24-Start of second semester. -4' r BUNNELL General Insurance FLORIDA I
such 'a, bright spot in the economic March 6-End of fourth six weeks period.' '\:*<>: I

us further 12-15 (inclusive-Easter vacation. Jx.
!. picture gives April . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .
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hope that business IS definitely April 19-End of fifth six weeks period. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . .

\ on the upswing in ,the state." :May 26-Baccalaureate Service. ,- -'''' 'I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
"Recent reports :indicate im- May 31-CLOSE OF SCHOOL. J

provement, but the situation no May 31-Graduation Exercise. I AMBULANCE
doubt has changed somewhat June 3-Begin Post-School Conference.June ; I
because of the blow 'the tourist 14-End Post-School Conference. pHONEVAw4.,625
industry has suffered and is suffering" 180 School Teachers FLORIDA
Days-199 Days on Duty.
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due. to1 the strike: against I - - I -
Eastern Airlines. The I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
announce-I reported up 10.7 per cent over per cent over the same. month
ment that two of j are always at your service with promptness safety and
fiscal year 1961-62, when the last year. Collections also
hotels were forced to close for I cost of general government was ped those of June by .$5,000.tOP-I I I experience.
the remainder of the summer '
cut 4.3 per cent or $997,998 under last year.." j
due to the strike is Equipped With'Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
regrettable -
season governmental'' 'r .
I 1960.61, and "Personal income in Florida .
IJ II Garcia Funeral Home -
\ hopes that Senator George $13 million under 196061. in April, an increase of 9.2 percent I

Smathers and*otherinterested I I The comptroller also reportedthat over the same month last I,$ P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
parties will be able to resolve j I July gasoline tax collections ,year, and also an increase over ::
the lay."problem wihout undue de. t t totaled $166,362, up 6.421 I I March of this year." j I f W..............N-..WaM'r..r.............................-...-.-.............. ,...-.

The comptroller said F. w.1 .

Dodge Corp. reported that May I '. i' ,
contracts for future construction i" :
in Florida totaled $155,502,000, I \t

an increase of 36 per cent over .
last year. Residential construction i
was reported up 1 per cent, ' '
non-residential 46 per cent and ;ii "f"" :'

heavy engineering 254 per cent. ,... jJF
"Private construction in Flor- "... \
ida for the first four months of ;. .,
';;'I;: \
this year was reported by the .
University of Florida Bureau of YOUR DEALER'S GOT AUGUST BUYS ; r !;:

Economic and Business Re-

search to have totaled $369.3 :; '. :,
million, an' increase of 8.3 percent -
over the same period last .
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year. 'Public construction for :. .
the four-month period also was .. '.

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,! 2\ -bo.. melding y ar warranty lover couldn't ask for very much to make money go further since, driver's car for one low price? The
All insid. doors more than a Jet-smooth Chevrolet budgets-the lively low-cost Chevy II. rear-engine Corvair Monza (e.g.,that
Price may vary according to local t (like that Impala Sport Coupe at the It's got all kindS of room. And comes Club Coupe, third from top) plays
codes and transportation costs top).Yet it's all yours for a Chevrolet in 11 models, too-like the Nova Zboth roles to the hilt. Care to join
})r ce.(And you know how low that is.) Door Sedan (second from top). the club-and get a buy, to boot?



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See the Jet-smooth. Chevrolet, Chevy .. your_ ..... -

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