Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00520
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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: January 3, 1963
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: VID00520
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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I New 1963 Motor Florida State Fair i'|M Masons Hold Bunnell Postoffice f Homestead

Vehicle Tags Runs February 5-16 i InstallationLast Receipts for 1962 Mailed Out By

Now on SaleFlorida In TampaThe Thursday Shows Good Rise Tax Assessor

58th annnal 1963 Florida Postal receipts for the Bunnell
State Fair, February 5.16, will, Postofflce for the 1962 calendar ;
motor vehicle license : Officers of Masonic Lodge No. The office of County Tax .is-, 1
feature an expanded livestock year showed an increase of $1-
tags for 1963 went on sale at 200 of Bunnell was installed in, sessor ,D. D. Moody has this week 1
program, with several innova 892 over the 1961 receipts. This
the office of County Tax Collec I a public installation service on mailed out about 800 forms for
tions. past year receipts were $21,608
tor Dale B. Brown, Jr., Wednesday Thursday evening in the Masonic and $19,716 for the previousyear making application for homestead .
morning. His office b located A new spectacular giant fountain Hall. About 75 membersand I I exemption for 1963.
I Postmaster Ray Mercer
on the first floor of the of milk is being built fora I guests attended the service. i
said today.l These forms were mailed to
Flagler County Courthouse. stage setting of the annual
Serving as installing officer From January 1, 1962, through those who filed for exemptionIn
Tags for 1963 are blue with Parade of Dairy Championswhen I 1962 and a few new home
was Shelton Brooks. He was assisted December 31, 1962, the office dispatched
numerals the of orchid bedecked trophy
reverse owners who have requested
by Jack Clegg as Install. slightly over 300,000
the 1962 Vehicle winners will be presented on a I
tags. operators ing chaplain and George Wick pieces of letter mall. The number forms for 1963.
have until 20 to carpet of flowers.A .
February se line as Installing marshall. of pieces of both letters and The Florida Constitution ex
the 1963 Collector I I
cure tags, scientific laboratory is being Sam Novick was Installed 'las seasonal greeting cards dispatched empts from (taxation the first
Brown advised.Mr. set up for the analysis and I Master of the Lodge for the new through the Bunnell office $5,000 of assessed valuation) on
Brown said his office is measurement of protein in fluid year. Serving with him are Shelton ::1:1I during the month of Decemberwas a home occupied by the owner.
,, .' open from 8 a. m. to 12 noon milk for the.fair's second annual'I( Brooks as Senior Warden; 44500. Application for this exemptionmust

'..V.. and 1 to 4:30 p. m. Monday Dairy Protein Production Contest.I Keith Lovell, Junior Warden; It is estimated that at least be made with the County
:'. >;; through, Friday each week. This competition is designed to j i George Wickline, treasurer; Ruff I 19,000 pieces were seasonal Tax Assessor between January 1
Cost of the tags is the same help focus public attention on and April 1 each In orderto
t us Miller, secretary; Jack Clegg, greetings; or four cards were year
as that of last year. The State the value of dairy products as chaplain. mailed for each man, woman secure the exemption. By law,

" Motor Vehicle Commission, for basic foods and the cheapest Henry Wells, Marshall; II. and child in Flagler County from no extension beyond. April 1 Is
which Mr .Brown's office is an source of animal protein.For allowed.
Wadsworth, Senior Deacon; Ferris the Bunnell office alone.
agency, has a graduated schedule There is a widow's exemption !
Solomon, Junior Deacon; During the Christmas season,
of costs for tags. "D" tags the first time, a mld winter! George English, Senior Steward; all malls moved steadily and which will be allowed up to
are $10.50; plain tags are '$15.50; Jersey sale will be held on the(Charles Chambers, Junior Steward without delay. Much of this is $500 valuation In addition to the
"W" and $25.50 opening night of the fair, Tuesday
$20.50 for tags i
homestead exemption, Assessor
; Gilbert Frank, Tyler. due to early mailing of cards
for "WW" tags. All truck and February 5. The lodge meets each first and and particularly parcels. Our Moody said. This application
trailer tags are sold by weightof I I An added feature at the exposition third Tuesday evenings, !in the I patrons are to be commended must be made in person at the
vehicle, Mr. Brown,said will be a quarter horse Masonic Ball.Following for this assistance, Mercer declared I j I I assessor's office.
show, sponsored by the Florida the installation Disabled Veterans are also

Legion Thanks Quarter Horse Association, with service refreshments were servo "Many have asked when we I allowed an exemption up to
both halter and performance ed by Bunnell Chapter' No. 92, will be in the new postoffice $500 of assessed valuation. Paraplegics \
Merchants For events February 1316. Gene Order of the Eastern Star. building being constructed on I are allowed total exemp
Sidwell, an experienced quarter I the corner of Moody Blvd. and tion. These must be applied for \
horse breeder and showman di Church St. The completion dateis in person at the assessor's office

CooperationThe recting the show, is arranging I Forest Service March 31, but it is hoped we and applicant must bring with i
American Legion Post 115 stalls for 70 entries from all may be serving you from the them their "Certificate of Dis

c.' wt>uld like to extend its thanks parts of' the country. I Has Sold OutiPifje"Seedlings new quarters by the last of this ,ability."
d and ,to the Bunnell will be ., Mr. Moody also calls attentionto
" appreciation The dairy events spotlighted '\ .month.. or ,early February.
t merchants' for' their contributions the ,first week of the t Formal opening and dedication the personal property r return
t.'j, on the Community Chv>::t* fair, February 5.9, with a beef services will be, held after and the intangible .personal
mas Tree and .Program, Steve cattle exposition scheduled the f Though all available slash we are settled there and will be property tax returns which must
Cyzyckit c chairman of the ways second week, February 1116. pine seedlings have sold, ac. announced priof to that ,time," also be ,filed before April 1. A
...and'means committee for- the Both shows are among the cording to the Florida Forest Mr. Mercer concluded. 10 per cent penalty must be
program, said today.Mr. I!'i largest in the South. Service, limited supplies of some ,added upon failure to comply.
Cyzycki added that ,the Featured on the beef programare other seedling species for Florida Mr. Moody said the law re-
post thanks all those v,1u as. I'I the ninth annual Florida I may still be had. Anton Cywinski quires that these returns be

sisted in making the project a Fat Stock Show and sale, sponsored Florida Forest Service nurserymen handled in a strlckly confidential
success. Jointly by the Greater said the total sellout of Passed Away manner and they will be
Tampa Chamber of Commerce,I some 65,000,000 slash pine seedlings glad to assist in furnishing ad-
Local I the Florida Cattlemen's Association during the current season ditlonal information or help with
Hospital : and Florida Retail" Federation was the first since 195657. For. Early TuesdayAnton tax problems at any time. \
Is I February 58. Dr. O. D. esters believe the current heavy Office hours are from 3 to :5 ..
Reopening Butler of Texas A. & M. College demand for planting stock by Cywinski, Haw Creek each Monday through Friday. /
will be judge. Ed Green will tree farmers and, landownersmay Road, Bunnell, passed away II
AnnouncedDr. be superintendent, and Ed Pru- suggest a renewed interest early Tuesday morning. lie wasa Good Citizenship 4
John M. Canakarls said in ett, assistant. in commercial reforestation. I native of Poland and came to ,
a letter to The Tribune this week Supplementing the show and Though the total number of Bunnell 40 years ago from Detroit Students ('
he was officially reopening the sale will be the slxt annual' slash pine seedlings at the four Mich. He was 82 years of Appear

Flagler Clinic and Hospital on Florida Table Beef Contest, involving I state nurseries was slightly age, and a member of Jehovah On WFOY Tues. :
smaller than the Wltneess. lie retired ,
January 1st, with stricter admission carcass analysis and I during previous was a I
policies, requiring a hos taste evaluation. Gifford Rhodes,! season, peak demand came farmer.He Brenda Murray and George 1
pital deposit prior to admission Jacksonville, state livestock marketing I two months earlier than in 1961 is survived by his wife, Jarosz, Jr., will appear on WFOY i1
Also written authorization by specialist, will be super. I 62, when the Florida Forest Mary of Bunnell; /two daughters,I Radio in St. Augustine Tuesday,
county officials regarding indigent visor. Dr. James W. Carpenter, Service filled orders through Mrs. Ann Vojnovskl of Jacksonville January 8, at 8 P.M. in behalf
and emergency cases, not meats scientist of the Universityof February. and Mrs. Emily Gibson of of the American' Legion Post 115
covered by the Flagler County Florida, will be judge. Still on hand are 386,000 longleaf New York City, Also surviving of Bunnell.
Health Department. The uniqu e and impressive I pine seedlings; 208,000 loblolly Is one grandchild. Brenda and George receivedthe
The hospital officially closed Parade of Beef Champions will ; 167,000 Arizona cypress; Funeral services will be held Citizenship Awards, given
December 15: reportedly becauseof be h'1d Thursday afternoon, 490,000 red cedar; 39,000 catalpa; from the Craig Funeral Chapelat by the local post last year. They
financial difficulties. They February 14. 'land 439,000 "South Florida 11 o'clock this morning have been asked to appear on,
reportedly have been caring for Dairy judges are Dr. D. M.I slash." All seedlings are sold (Thursday) with William P. the Americanism program thatIs

a number of patients during the Seath, University of Kentucky, at cost, from $4 to $8 per thousand Kendrick officiating. Interment sponsored each week over
closed period.Dr. Ayrshire and Guernsey; and Dr. depending on variety, FOB will follow at the Espanola Cenv I WFOY station by the American,
Canakaris said "A com- C. Hilton Boynton, University of nursery. All seedlings for ship. eetry. I Legion Post of St. Augustine.
plete business re-organization I New Hampshire, Holsteein and ment are one year old stock. The body will rest at the
has been started through the co- Jersey. I During the holiday season just chapel from 7 o'clock Wednesday I Enter
operation of many citizens who Beef udges are Herman R. I ended, indications are that de. evening until the funeral Burglars

want to keep this hospital open. Purdy, Pennsylvania State University mand for Florida-grown ChrIst. hour. I Town Hall OfBeach
"The following rules and regulations Angus, Hereford and mas trees increased markedlyover
have been adopted and Shorthorn; D. I* Wakeman, University I I previous years. Demand for YOUTH COUNCIL
and of Florida, Brahman red cedar and Arizona cypress Flagler
closer working agreements ; I \
arrangements will be made with Kenneth L. Durrance, Universityof seedlings is also stronger, as re- MEET POSTPONEDThe The Flagler Beach Town Hall 'x:
the board of directors who will Florida, Charolais and Santa flected in orders by Florida meeting of the Youth !I was burglarized during the New .r
be given the authority to help Gertru d Is. Christmas tree growers. Council scheduled for this Sat. 'Year Holiday, Town Clerk Virginia

adopt a suitable program for Elton Hinton is superintend. urday has been postponed to Sullivan said today. t
the community's health, safety, ent of dairy and beef shows. Hooker, Shorthorn. January 12th at 7:30. Entrance was gained by break-
and welfare."In Dairy breed superintendents are Florida Future Farmers of The change of date was made and crawling through a window.
reopening this hospital, Larry Bennett, Walter Schmid, America and 4-H Club members due to a basketball, game scheduled Mrs. Sullivan said the only thing
this does not close the door to Jr., and R. K. Price. from every county in the State for this Saturday evening, missing was $29.00 in cash from
any suitable offer the commun- Beef breed superintendents will participate in judging and Mrs. Hazel Holland said today. the driver's license fund. She,
ity or County Commissionersmay i are Charles Moore, Angus; Geo. other livestock events. Swine, said nothing else seemed to bed
want to make in regardsto I Elkins, Brahman; Charles B. poultry, rabbltt and honey Because diamonds take on sur disturbed by the looting, f
purchasing or leasing the facilities Colston Cbilrolals; L. T. Lang. shows also will figure prominently ! rounding color, appraisers must Only clues obtained by the*
or form a tax hospital ford, Hereford; Kenneth McLeod, in youth judging. com* examine them in natural light town marshal are tracks and :'a
district" I Santa Gertrudls; and C. R. petition. away from the sun. few light finger prints. i
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VARSITY SHOOTING would not paw to .them to shoot. I NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS

571. ON FOUL LINE Thus they lost many games. Notice is her.byliven MBUTINO that the

na Ftrn I annual meeting of the Stockholder
I I will say the Puppeteers can of the Cltlsens Bank of Bunnell
SPORTS Bulldog Vanity 121 70 57 lose I will be held at the office of the
win the all. When they
Puppeteers 65 30 46 Bank In Bunnell Florida on Wed
th elr first game they will have I needay.
j Baby Bulldogs 63 25 39 clock P. M for the election of a
" beaten themselves. As for the Board of Directors to serve for the
' \ I Baby Bulldogs, the future of ensuing year and for the transaction -
of such other
NWFE&By : : MORRIS WEAVER TUCKER these boys looks very good. They properly come before the meeting as may,

.. )TOP SCORERS FOR THE I have good height and know the Howell V. Peavy. Cashier.
Dec 27 1968 & Jan. t 1963.-ate
Leslie Padre HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS game. Jack Hardin keeps after
Randy Morris has been lead. them and with their love of the JDllCH IN AND FOIL KLAGLER
RECREATION D5PT. playing some stiff competition going to see a COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROIIATE.
ing the Bulldogs with a 13 point game, we are CAME MO. 30. ,

Bunnell Recreation Dept. will SEASON'S STANDINGwon average for five games and good brand of basketball that has not In lie- ESTATE OF
FINCH, Deceased.
hold a foul shooting contest for for 67 points. Barbara Weaver been seen in Bunnell.If NOTICE OK PUOIIATK
per has a 15 point average for three TO ALL, PERSONS INTERESTED
In three Group
boys age groups. Puppeteers 4 0 1000 any of these boys had the I INTHE ESTATE OF SAID DE

1, boys ,8, and 9; group 2, boys 3 0 1000B. games, followed by Sharon opportunity of going' to Jackson- : CE DENT:
Baby Bulldogs You
are hereby notified
10, 11 and 12; group 3, boys 13, 1 0 1000 Townsend with a 14 point av vllle and saw FloridaGeorgiaTech I written instrument purporting a
Elbert Tucker Bull. be the lat will and
14 15 and 16. erage. testament of
Bulldogs 3 2 600 or Rice Virginia Tech play I aid decedent has been admitted
dog, has a 10 point average for to probate in this court. You
Class are
to Daytona to see some
will be held I'
This contest on three games. hereby commanded' within nix cal-

two Saturdays. First week of GAMES THIS WEEK HIGH SCHOOL SCORING A school play, it should havebeen endar first publication months from of the this date notice of the to

the contest will be Saturday, a great help to them. They appear in this court and show
January 4, Father Lopez A & B Bulldogs could see what 'bigger schools cause, If any you can, why theaction
January 5th at 9:15 at the school at home Friday. R. Morris 67, H. Kuleskl, 57, B. of this court In admitting:
boys and colleges look for in basketball said will to probate should
will shoot not
gym. Each week boys Moody 39, J. Brown 31, T. Polk stand unrevoked.T. .
25 foul shots. Boys with the best January 5, Baldwin, boys and players. K MCKNIGHT
29, Q. Emery 23, B. Hosford 11, \
average of their age group will girls, at home Saturday. H. Emery 3, R. Tucker 2, J. Well, our varsity Bulldogs County Flagler Judge.County, Florida.1

receive medals as winners. January 8, St. Joseph, A & B I' Metts loot)' very good for the eary season 1863 First publication on January Jrd.

boys at home Tuesday. Pu'''peteer.- The boys will be good and Jan.* S-10-n-U-4tc

Saturday mornings of January t' fans will be In for a good
B. 45 S. Townsend 43 > IN
and baseball
19 26 quiz
a program of basketball. JUDGE IN AND FOR
season good FLQLKR
A. thicker 29 S. Hargett 18 M.
will be organized Do you IN PROBATE.
POLE! LEADING 81, tely 12, H. Eisenbach 10, B. CASH NO. 630.
your .....
In Re-
ker 3 B. "
J. Dunson 3 Cum.
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that time teams will be organ. PHARMACYSick FINCH, Decea.ed.NOTICE .
to I WITH 62% AVERAGE .7ilns 2, M. Steflik 2, C. Pache 2, Room Sundries TO CREDITORS
ized.: 'This year we are going Supplies-
All creditors of the estate of
L. 1.
try to form a league for boys I Tommy Polk is the deads;'jon I Wyndham HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Christy Finch, deceased, are hereby

!In (the 12 to 16 age group. Also the foul line for all playersin BobBulldogs 24-Hour Prescription: Service claims notified or and demands required which to they file any

our midget league teams will high school team play. Tommy E. Tucker 30, W. Cowa't 23, J. Free Delivery In Flagler Beach have against said estate In the may of
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of flee of the
Seale 22 B. Anderson 13 Grace county judge of Flagler
be formed. made 13 out of 17 shots good ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1111 county, Florida. In the courthouseat
for 8i cent 13, Knight 12, W. "ownsend 11, Ilunnell. Florida; within eight

The first two weeks of February an per average. Miller 5, Jarosz 3. the calendar first publication months from of the this date notice.of

will be our spring training Jimmy Brown If in second TV SERVICEALL Each claim or demand must be in
writing and must state the placeof
and we will have our league place with 70 per average, followed BROWSING WITH BASKETBALL residence and postofllce addressof

play the third week of February by Randy Morris w '11 an Watching the basketball teams MAKES to the by claimant the claimant and must his agent be sworn or

We will also hold our first average of 63 per cent Johnny to action, I can see a big improvement Agent For his attorney; or It will become

kite contest. I will have posters Seale is leading the Baby Bulldogs In the players and void 8/acordlng Marcella to K.law.Prather

made for this contest. I would with an average of 53 percent In the team play RCA & PHILCOTUBES Administratrix of the Estate of

like all parents to let their boys For the Puppeteers, Allida' I was surprised by our girls & ANTENNAS SOLD December Christy 28 Finch., 1962.Deceased.

participate in these events as I Tucker and Judy Dunson have playing a brand of ball that is AND INSTALLED 1963.First publication. : on January- 3rd

know they can have a lot of fun. each a 75 per cent average. so closely tied to teamwork. It I Jan. I.I0-17-U-4tc


BASKETBALL TEAMS LOOK 'ta Ftm per the conference and at (this time COUNTY. FLORIDA.
T. Polk (var) 13 17 82 IN CHANCERY NO. 4SSS
FOR A BANNER TEAR they have a string of 18 straight TV BobFLAGLER Catherine McQovern Yasinfaaff
J. Brown (var) 10 7 70 wins. ,

Bunnell High School basket. R. Morris (var) 33 '19 63 henry
Over the I Yaslnska,
have the
ball teams had one of their O. Emery (var) 8' 5 62 years seen BEACH Defendant.

most successful starts. The Pup 11 Kuleski (var) 29 15 51 girls play there' were some good PHONE liE 9.22Otj TilE STATE NOTICE TO DEFEND TO
shooters the team but others' FLORIDA :
peers, varsity girls team, won B. Moody (var)F' ',121" 5 41 HENRY YASIN8KA
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four straight games to extend J. Seale (BB) 1S8 53 Haslet New- Jersey
ACROSS 92 Halt Answer T* Pun I. No.
their winning streak to 18 ;W Cowa.rt (BB) 7 3 42 54 Lose beat 731' You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you to
straight games to establish a I B. Anderson (BB). 13 4 32 I Wooden i hoes 59 Frozen pre- A" t A A the above entitled cause; and you

record (or' the school. The Baby I E. Tucker (BB) 2 12 16 7 Topaz bird humcipitation SB Kinds o o A N A A A A A R 1 0 o A A I.A N A v N Autg are hereby with rub : to of file this your Court answer

Bulldogs have won three straight A. Tucker (P) 4 '3 T5J. 10 Policeman 81 Chart taanaati uuuaannnaaaaannn and to serve a copy thereof upon
(allDl) 61 N 4 NA the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney.
while the p. Puppeters have won Dunson (P) 4 3 75 l3A the Chapter Koran of N E S 0 1 E T 0 whose name and address Is:

their only game played. The B. Weaver (P) 9 17 52 14 Bead breastwork 6$ King ofbeasts e A s A ; o' o N Belden RAY SELDEN Building

Bulldogs won three" out of five S. RArgett 9 4 44 covering 66 Reiterate s A v [ Daytona Beach Floridanot
later than January 12, A. D.
IS Macaw 69 Solicits 1963. '
18 Norsegoddess 71 Contend If you fall to do 10, decree pro
BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962-63 of 72 Form of nnaanni confesso will be entered against
hearing "to be" [ [ e A A N r A A r you for the relief demanded In the
Friday, January 4, Father Lopez A & B Boys Home 7:00 17 Garlands 73 Abridge Wit s A At A N A v bill of complaint. The nature of.
19 East Indian 73 Beverage Lu.t A 4 o r said suit being for divorce.
Saturday, January 5, Baldwin Boys & Girls Home 7:00 tree 76 Wire WITNESS my hand an seal of
8 St. A & B 20 Wing said Court this 10th day of December -
Tuesday, January Joseph Boys Home 7:00 measure 10 Chess countries A. D. 1962. /
Saturday, Jan. 12, Crescent City A & B Boys There 6:30 31 Zero Intennis 77 Cornish place (pl.) 44 Metal (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHS
prefix: town 11 Spoken containers Clerk of said Circuit CourtBy
Tuesday, Jan. 15, Orange Park A Girls There 5:30 22 Instrument 78 Skiing 12 Wan 40 Index r Julia. R. Harvey

Friday, January 18, Fla. D & B Boys & Girls Home 7:00 for braying was for It Edible seed rant, Deputy Clerk
34 Turkoman corn snow (collectiveplural 49 Constrains Dec. 13-20.27 & Jan. 3-Ito
Tuesday, January 22, Taylor A Girls There 7:15 of Arab 80 Dance step ) 51 Misgiving
Friday, January 25, Taylor A & B Boys There 7:15 descent 81 Nahoor 18 Binder 53 Personal jw:! Tnin JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT SEVENTH IN-
26 A & B 28 Nerve beep D Title ofrespect 55 New Guinea AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
Saturday, January Hastings Boys Home 7:00 network 82 Bird dogDOWN city FLORIDA IN EQUITY. EQUITY
Tuesday, January 29, Oollahan A & B Boys There 7:00 21 Yellow 25 Devoid of 57 Gives NOJ 4540Anthony

Friday, February 1, St. Augustine A &, B Boys There 6:30: 29 Borders ocher 27 Goddess heating of to free course Phillip Svoboda Plaintiff,

Saturday, Feb. 2, Fla. Military A & B Boys There 7:00: :31 Slave 1 Cruised discord 59 One who
Feb. 2 Green Cove A Girls 33 Genuine Indict 30 Male labors Anna Mae
Saturday, There 6:30: 90 Fasten 3 Symbol for forebear 60 Scoff Svoboda.Defendant..
Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez A & B Boys There 6:30: securely barium 32 Marshes 83 Written NOTICE TO APPEAR AND

Friday February 8, St. Joseph A & B Boys There 7:00 38 Whale 4 Jewel 34 Roman agreements ANC WElt
ell cask 5 Singing bronze 84 Nimble IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
Friday, February 8, Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30: 40 Observe voice 35 Confederate 88 Inclined FLORIDATO

Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City 1Ie B Boys Home 7:00 41 Therefore 8 Breaks a general walk : ANNA MAE SVOBODA Defendant
43 To worry hole In. 37 Part ofcamera 87 Silkworm
FEBRUARY 13 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 45 Cooky 7 HUH card 88 Revolve suit You has are been hereby brought notified that a
Tuesday, Feb. 19. St. Augustine A & B Boys Home 7:00: 47 48 Part A direction of 8 Part shoe of 41 39 Pouch Rodents 70 Narrow aperture County In the, Circuit Florida Court of Flagler, you by

Monday, Feb. 25, Fla. Military A & B Boys Home 6:30: circleSO 9 Part ofchurch 42 Gold in 74 Turmeric. ANTHONY! iLJInpE! SVOBODA.
Wife of Spanish78 A&borolllbGeraln& Plaintiff, and you are hereby required -
(PL) American fare(abbr.) to file personally or by attorney
with the Clerk of said
FOR ] I J J 4 S 6 i 1 9 TO H 12m Court, your written defenses, if
11 any to the Bill in Equity In said
- - suit,
on or before the 12th day
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF IJ -i--i IS of January, A. D. 1963. and also to
serve a copy of your written defenses -
16 II I 19N upon Messrs. Osslnsky &
CANCER ,] Krol Attorneys for Plaintiff, at
their offices at 411 Main Street.
II 1 ll
AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH. l Daytona Beach. Florida on or before -
the 12th day of January, A.D.
l- 16 27 l. '! 1963. as required by the. Florida
T.. COOK AGENCYPhone ': \ m Rules of Civil Procedure and Flor-
ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida 2----[ \2 3Jl + >> ida Statutes and herein fall not
.I.IJ or Decree I'ro Confesso and Final
Decree will be entered against you
.1J6 JI J9 140 by default.
m That the name of the Court in
41 4J 46 41 which said suit has been instituted
1. 441it4) Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. 4i--4? JI.El 51 .1 S2 5111 i Flagler Circuit County of, Florida.In Equity in and, and for
that the title of said cause Is as
1)4 51 60 hereinabove set forth.
Se 59
-rlIf56 iIl. I You are further notified that the
H. CRAIG Funeral Director
nature of said suit is a suit for
.61 b2 64.iU divorce and other relief &1eet
JOHN HARDIN. Associate forth In Plaintiffs Bill in Equity.
pP U 61 69 11In WITNESS my hand an seal of
Am OXYGEN 10. office at Bunnell Florida, this 10th
LADY day of December, A. D. 1962.
ATTENDANT Clerk of the Circuit Court
AMBULANCES I n 7. TVn of jrianler County Florida.
m By Julia R. Harvey II

Phone ID 7-3532 eo .It ttl OSSINSKY A KROL Deputy Clerk.
Solicitors for Plaintiff I

201 E. MOODY. BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PUZZLE NO. 77 Daytona 411 Main Beach.Street Florida

Dec. 13-20-27 & Jan 3-4tcPAGB


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i r 1 Cold-damaged camellia flower j
q a d i+t 'rtO? liG
I buds may remain on the plants

(By Hervey Sharpe) for some time after they norm ,
ally would have opened. They I

People and plants are alike often expand, showing color as'I'
since both are subject to freezIng if opening. But after lingeringIn

if they depend only on "na this undecided condition, the I STORE HOURS:

ture-clothes" for warmth. buds many gardeners await
Week Days 8:00 a. m. to..7:00 p. m. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
During recent topcoat weather anxiously to see unfold, drop;

many plants did freeze. How from the plant. The dropped Saturdays 8:00 a. m. to....9:00 p. m. PRICES GOOD JAN. 3-4-5, 1963

ever, all the freeze damage is buds will be brown at the baseof I

not apparent Some damage the petals. If the firm buds,

won't show up until spring. are sliced open, the inside will

When spring begins burstingout be a sickly brown. Many of, U. S. CHOICE BEEF SALECHUCK

all over, some folks will these sickly brown buds are I
mailed to University of Florida
discover that some of their !
plant pathologists as diseased,
prized ornamentals have already;
buds. Most answers are "freeze
burst. To the neophyte gardenerthis POUND
could be an omen of a damage. ROAST 4gc
strange disease.Dr. I House plants also are injuredby
temperatures no lower than
H. N. Miller, plant pathologist -
40 to 50 degrees. Low tempera.
at the University of Flor
ture damage is often confused

ida ,Agricultural chances Experiment are ,the split Station with dlseas symptoms. African POUND. '
says violets, gloxinias and related Shoulder Roast 59'
ting bark is not a new plant
types of pot plant injuries show,
ailment, but the aftermath of 'I
up as water-soaked leaves. Cold,
the December freeze. Delayed
damage to such plants'as philo-

death causes of alarm.plant branches also surrounded dendrones appears by as water-soaked leaf spots ALL MEAT STEW LB 69(

Azaleas and camellias often margins. Other symptoms' Include .
are slow In showing freeze'dam
Irregular tan or straw-
Jack Frost's havoc not
age. may colored, blotches.If .
show until weeks or months:
up you're not sure of an ailment .
after the chilling winds have LB.
on your plants, it's alwaysa
given away to tropical breezes.
good Idea to check the symptoms
In case of citrus trees, the barkon
with your county agent or
nipped trees splitssoon
badly send a specimen to the Plant
'after the freezing tempera
Pathology Department, Agricultural
ture. Experiment Station, University

usually Split calluses bark on over citrus leaving trees a of Florida, Gainesville. Your 1
in TV
scar But on small shrubs, such FLORIDA TRAVELIS Height Stamps

azaleas and camellias, It's a ., I

death dealing blow to. the SAID CHEAPER

branches affected. Often you are Travel In Florida Is cheaper With 5.09 Or Mere Feed Order
mot bark,
i aware of the damaged than in 12 European countries,

until you notice a dead branchon according to figures released ina

During a plant.the first week after a travel publication and compared PLATE STEW LB' WORLD'S BEST '
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freeze, symptoms of, plant dam. 'in the state com HAMBURGER 3 Lbs- $139

age are obvious. In some cases "
the Florida
piled by Develop.
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fall from the plant On tender countries, have lower

plants frozen stems blacken 'European RIB STEAKS .,"". .
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branches downward. If the plant per

has been killed, It will turn The Development Commission KRAFT I IMayonnaise
obtained this figure from 25,000
become blackened or I
brown, $1.00SALE
water soaked. questionnaires completed bytourist's I
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Cold Injury to evergreen or.
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SERVICE The European travel survey FOR $100
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Thursday, January 3




Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney and Shultz were married December I
children Donna and Joyce, are I 29, 1912, In Shlrman, 111. and FLAGLER FOOD WILL HELP YOU ALONG-
visiting with 'his parents, Mr moved to Flagler Beach In 1950. :

her and parents Mrs. William, Mr. and Whitney Mrs. David and I The Fiagler Woman's Club: WHEN TRADING 'WITH US YOU CAN'T GO WRONG I

Fagersten, all of Clermont, for will hold its regular business I
a few days. While there they I,meettng Wednesday, January 9,I FLORIDA GRADE AD & D WHOLE
will celebrate the birthdays of at 2 P.M. Mrs. E. P. Fleurie

two of their parents.Mr. ,wJl be hostess. FRYERS Pound 29'Small

and Mrs. Charles Meekins I George Maycock from,Daytona .
and family have as their guests .Mach was a weekend uest of
Mrs. Meekins' mother, Mrs. Sam t Ir. and Mrs. Judson St 'ker, .Jr.I '

Waltz, from DeLand. I Lean Fresh Pork Fresh Boston Butt ,

BEACH PTA MEETS COMMUNITY The Ladles CHURCH Guild will servea Pork RoastL1-*
Ribsu 49
TUESDAY MIGHT covered dish supper at 6 o'- Spare .
The Flagler Beach PTA will .
clocK:tonight (Thursday) in Fellows
meet next Tuesday night, January /!Ip Hall and the public is
8, at 7:30 In the school invited. Rev. R. W. Dickert will I
oafetorium. The third grade lead a short devotional service Palm Riser Sliced Jiffy

room and Rev pothers and Mrs.will Lester be hostesses Stanton after business the meeting supper and will a concludethe monthly KA'' 1 O

wlU present the program evening. BACON 49 VEAL IES EACH
on art.METBODt'T: ,
I Sunday school is at 9 A.M.
each Sunday with classes for ill -
CHURCHRev. ages. At the 11 o'clock sere.ce
Reynold Hoover welcomes the Lord's Supper will be ob
everyone to attend !the regular served. Rev. Dickert will speak Talmage Sin: Hams Lb. 89'Size
worship service each Sunday at on "A Communion Meditation"
11 A.M. ,A nursery Is availablefor

small children. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stryker, .
Church school time Is 9:45. 303 Can Stokley Size 300 Can Sweet Treet Crushed
Jr., left for Orlando yesterdayto

there Following will be the a covered worship dish hour dinner Glgl attend Greathouse the wedding to Charles of Miss Nor APPLESauce 2 29 S $1
and Pineapple
with everyone invited Lhrip, a former resident of Flag. FOR FOR
bring a dish to pass. The official ler, Beach. The wedding will
board will hold the January take place Thursday (today)
meeting Immediately after the and Judson will serve as an usher Henderson' SuperfineSUGAR Maxwell HouseCOFFEE
dinner. in the wedding.
The weekly Bible study class I

will resume next Sunday night Sgt. and Mrs. John Barker ,
7 o'clock at (the home of Rev.
and children, Johnny and Kathy,
and Mrs. Hoover. of Albany, Ga., spent the New
The executive board of the Year weekend with her parents,
will meet Monday LB. LB. CAN
Men's Club Mr and Mrs. Gene Hart. *
night at 7:30 at the home of JIAGop1 <, : 39

Leonard Johnson. Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, ,
The Women's Society of Christian
I returned last Thursday after
Service will meet next spending a few days over Christmas Limit With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With 5.00, or More Food Order
Thursday, January 10, at 9:30A. I
with their son In law and
.M. at the church building. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Rooney and daughters, Marda 303 Can DelMontePEAS5FOI100 303 Can DelMonte Golden Cream Style
The Flagler Beach Garden and Jill, of Jacksonville.
Club will hold Its first meetingof <
the New Year on January 8at "Student Night at Christmas"was CORN 6F r100Lunch
1:30 P.M. at the Woman'sClub
observed at the First Baptist
building with Mrs. Frank Church Sunday night. Speakersfor
Brede hostess and Mrs. Dorothy the evening were. Miss Fay 12 Oz. CanPREH .
The Box Size Pecan
Burnham as eo hostess.
Bass and Danny Fralley, both
program will be corsage making.Mr. students at Daytona Beach Junior FOR

College, and Judson Stryker, 2 89 *
and Mrs. Clarence Shultz Jr., student at the University of PIES V49
celebrated their golden wedding
Florida. The youth choir: sang
anniversary with an open houseat Jesus I Love
a special of "My I
the Flagler Woman's Club 303 Can Size Good HopeTomatoes
with the mebers acting as host. Thee. 8 Oz. Can Hunt's

esses. Friends visiting with Rev and I Each( 1 OcLimit
Mrs.chairman Reynold of Hoover the delightful was general Mrs.\the Reynold new year Hoover were to Rev.watchIn and SAUCE Ea.Scott's 1 O*

line, 4 Please
affair. In the receiving Mrs. Lester Stanton Mr. and
along with Mr. and Mrs.. Shultz, Mrs. C. B' Hull, Mr and Mrs. Large SizeRINSOBOX
were their two sons and their
Clarence Shultz, Leonard Johnson
wives, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Roger Moose
Shultz from Evansville, Ind. and: and Miss Dorothy Holmes. 25
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shultz of Tissue 2 ROLLS 25<

Danville Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stryker, Limit 2 Please
Mrs. Jasper White greeted the Jr. attended the wedding In
guests at the door. Three granddaughters Beach last Satur
New Smyrna
of the Sultzes kept FROZEN PRODUCE
day of Thomas Corbe and Carolyn HeadFRESH
book the Misses Carol I.
the guest Wooley in the Sacred Heart
Susan and Betty Sultz Mingling Catholic Church. 10 Oz. Birdteye
with the guests were three more STRAWA PKGS. FOR $<*00
grand children, Charles, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde DuensingJr. BERRIES *& 1 LETTUCE 2 29e

Pamela and David Sultz. and son Sandy have returnedto
Mrs. Frank Schwenk was In their home In Ft. Lauderdaleafter 10 Oz. McZenzie York
charge of table arrangements.Mrs. PKGS. .
spending the holidays here
Philip Kester decorated thebride's 29c .
with their parents Mr: and Mrs. 2" 29c
tables. The color schemewas Clyde Duensing Sr.
gold and white. Helping to B Oz. Winter Garden
serve the gold and white wedding Miss Marjorie Brandt is re BEEF Yellow CookingONIONS
cake, punch, tea and coffee turning to college in Ft. Worth RJRKEY FOR LBS.
were Mrs. H. G. Heydt, Mrs. after spending the Christmas I CHICKEN PIES Z 35e 3 19cii'r
Frank Brede, Mrs. Otis Magee, holiday vacation here with her
Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, Mrs. Paul mother, Mrs. Ruth BrandtMr. I
Kelly, Mrs. Alfred Juengling, FL R FOOD STORr

Mrs. Floyd Tingley, Mrs. B. F. and Mrs. Theo Hein haveas M i
Clay, Mrs. Vernon Haines, and . .
their house guests his moth. III. .
. . .
Fleurie. It.
Mrs. E. P. \
er, Mrs. Anna Heln and his
Among the many lovely gifts sister, Adelaide Hein of Benson,
received was a white Christmas Minn. They arrived in time for
tree decorated with silver dollars the holidays and will visit for

wrapped In gold from foil,their this some time with the family. I PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT., JAN. 3451963
was a special
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Mrs. John Jarosz Is in Miami Miss Judy Lewis has returnedto CARD OF THANKSIt

for a visit! over the holidays with New Orleans where she is a
is with a grateful heart I
her son and daughter in law, Mr. student nurse at Charity Hos
wish to thank each and
and Mrs. Edward Jarosz and pital.
one for their prayers, visits,
children. cards, food, flowers, and offers
LOCALS I centrifu of assistance during the recent
j I I Visiting with Jimmy Knight Because of the earth's
during the holidays was Mrs. gal force, 5,000 tons of cargo' loss of my mother, Mrs. Gussie

Knight of Jacksonville, and Mr. loaded on a ship in the vicinity. D. Stallings. May God bless each

Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robertson Knight's brother, Charles Mor- I of the Equator would weight 25 I of you.
: !
rell of the U. S. Marine Corp at tons more at the Poles. Mrs. Dave Ferryman.

Celebrate Golden Wedding Camp LeJune.Mr. !, _._
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December 27 With Open HouseMr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson, ,

I and son Flynn, were in Gainesville .

and Mrs. O. D. Robertson ly Cowan, and grand-daughters, ; Ga., during the holidaysfor I a

celebrated their 50th Wedding Miss Sally Smedley, Miss Gwen a visit with their son in law' aka .>a l'eh '

Anniversary on Thursday, December Smedley, and Miss Rebecca and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

27, with Open House at Robertson. 'Ralph Massey, Jr. During their! Qt +k.'s' dr
:their home In Bimini. stay they motored to North Carolina I ;

They were married December Those attending from out of in search of snow, findingIt 4' ? ' d' y. wc
i $
26, 1912, at Mrs. Robertson's town were: Mr. and Mrs. Jon in Murray, N. C Ii Q It pk

home near Ashland, Alabama. F. Jones, Amy and Jane Robert.

Gold and white was used in son of Ormond Beach; Mrs. Mrs. William Marshall of

all decorative Items in the Thomas Gresham, Tampa; Mrs. Onanccck, Va., is expected to arrive !

home. Pouring coffee was the' C. C. Murrow, High Point, N.C.: this week for a visit with I I I

Robertson's daughter, Mrs. Hu Mrs. G. H. Moody, Miss Annie her father, Ray and Mrs. Stur-

bert Smedley. Serving cake was Ruth Moody and Eugene Moody, man. Mr. Marshall will Join

Mrs. Robert Smedley, the Robert Baxley, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Ar (them later.

son's other daughter. Mrs. Ed thur Mercer of Lumber City, Ga.

ward Zeller, granddaughter, Mrs. Dave F. Cowan and Kim Mi. ar.u Mrs. Thomas Greshamand

served punch. Mrs. G. W. Moody, berly Cowan, Orlando; Mrs. Has son Larry of Tampa visited
BALLET OF TIIB LAKE. . U.S. Coast Guardsmen Jim Kupka,
sister of Mrs. Robertson, kept kel Gainesville Ga. Mr. here during the holidays with
Dorsey, ; left, and Harry McFarland appear to be ballet dancers at they
,the guest book. and Mrs. Louis Hart, Palatka: relatives.Mr. Jump to escape a big wave from Chicago's Lake Michigan.
Others helping to care for the Mrs. George Geibert, Jacksonville -
guests were Mrs. Lloyd Robert. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smed--
and Mrs. Walter Creal
son, Mrs. John F. Jones, Mrs. ley, Dick, John land Gwen of
moved Into their home
Dave F. Cowan, Mrs. Cordell I Laurel, Md.; Mr. land Mrs. Hu- 1104 East Lambert Ave.new, in time, 24 HourWrecker -R..
Robertson, Mrs.. Arthur Meiivr! hert Smedley, Sally and Clay of Service
for the Christmas
Miss Ruth Miss Kimber.RUGGLES'SMITHDEAL I They
Moody, J mes, Alabama.Mr. .
retired last summer and moved

here from Oak Park, 111, to make
and Mrs. Pete Barber ofMontgomery' : this their home.' Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

Alabama were
Of Interest to their many house :guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. MASSEY.FERGUSON
friends is the marriage of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford and
D. Barber during the Christmas Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Margaret Smithdeal to Mr. Ches- son of Jacksonville visited here

rter Ruggles on December 19th, Holidays. during the holidays with Mr. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

1962. Other at the Barber and Mrs. O. F. Alford and Mr.
I guests Owner Bunnel), Florida
and Mrs. H. F. Wray.
home on Christmas Day for a
The couple was married In a
family get together were Mr. and
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quiet In the office of .
ceremony Mrs. C. G. Varn of St. Augustine; c; .
Judge T. K. McKnight in the
:1 Mr. and Mrs. Carisle Bird of Se-
presence of a few close friends: ville Mrs. Ellie Shaw and .. ,,
; son, .
t ; ,'..' .
the t '
Judge McKnight performed
'''' . \ < ,t,
I Dennis, and Mrs. Lily Buchan .. II' .' ,. g. / i ,. to' ' r !' > ,
ceremony. / of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. I .r. ; : "
... .4 non -I t"F f .'
s ", ... -. C
-i : ,
\ ". .
Mrs. Ruggles was attired ina H. McKnight Jr. and Buzy of {. ," if' ..c' -" I t' 1., 5! " *" ," '" "'ft,r
blege street length dress with Flager! Beach; Miss Diane 'Me ; Y'. .t\J\, '.1. .' \ I : :,t ., ,

matching' Jacket. Her accesso- Knight of Pittsburgh, Pa; Mrs. 5 I., ,,,.'

ries were matching beige and Bernice Barber, Miss Annabelle
brown. Barber and the Shelton Barber KAY i" rrS

The couple is presently residing family of Bunnell. .;

In the McKenzie Trailer Mr and Mrs. Bill Burton oFt :

Park. They plan a. wedding tripto Lauderdale visited with Mr. ;. making :

the west coast of Florida In and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., duringthe money

the near future. holidays. Mrs. Burton Is the

former Miss Sandra Deen of
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bunnell.Mr. .

Rodgers and Mrs. Maude Hol "

land, duuring the Holidays were .
Mr. 'sand Mrs. Gayles Cone and and Mrs. T. E. Holden tip :

of Hill. were In Jacksonville for a New
son Holly .
I Year's Eve party at the Shrine h., t. ,

Mrs. Neva Eisenbach visited Temple.Mrs. .

in Vero Beach during the New .,;
Year Weekend with Mr. and Mrs.I Diane McKnight of Pitts- 'fo!:'. all Flor/d/al1.Q J.

John Sutherland and family. burg, Pa., visited with her par .' .. I
ents, Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Mc I
Mrs. Dave Cowan and child knight Jr, during the Christmas ', \ .,. : : ., .,:' ,_ 1 ,, ,
J \ 'I I'
and Douglass holiday vacation. Miss Me % '* *' '
ren, KImberly, Davy ; )1. ; .
.' ,
is public school music -I I ..
returned to Orlando duringthe KnIght a \ ,. '\ .'
,.1 ,I'.,, ,'o;!, .,' \\ .
weekend after a holiday visIt teacher in one of the Pittsburg ,"" -' , .
with Mr. and Mrs. Cordell schools. '. ", I., ;as ./It,.,' I,'. I I
' "
Robertson, Mr. Cowan Joined J, ,. ._ ;" '.\\ 1"d\ :' .: \

them for the weekend and accompanied Holiday guests ofMrs. Naomi ( :,' 1*;{! '1 ,rJ1f' ,' k '.'4'f '." 1

them home. Hosfc.u included her son in law .1I\'i\ 'J, ;': g.. 1: ,/, \

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .. ,." 1Io :':"" ;

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Baker of George Buckman and daughters, h d, '. ':: ('1.1" S
Holly Hill visited with Mrs. Georgia, Dwan, and Diane, of 'J., / Ir..::' f 'i I'I t .r': ., .

Helen Shea during the past White Lake, Wise. .' t
.' h.... .' ,"...,r ' .
weekend. On Christmas Day they enjoyed \ 4. -< ". '-iif, '
a family party at the Jerry }t' /' ';' ' .' ,o, .
j .
MrsGeorge Geibert and son Hosford home In Orlando. i .. "" .
Holland, visited here during the Among those attending 1 were \t-:.: "

holidays with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Hosford and' the Bucknams, 04i > I: ..r;; ,i',_, ,
Maude Holland. She was accom- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers and r.fI\\ry; \

panied home by Mrs. Holland children, Mrs. Carolyn King and @ YOUR INVESTMENT? A pleasant smile .' ,;'" ;.tT'
who will visit there for some children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hos- S ,S .
I YOUR RETURNS Really tremendotutt! 1>. .. ,,: '
time. ford and 'son of Haw Creek.

On Sunday they had a family I Of the 13-mfllkm tourists vacationing here every year, more , '. ;r
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller vis- reunion and dinner at the homeof w than 8-mlHkm are returnee Proving; 8-mfllJoa times, tbaL'I } to
ited in Beach Sunday Mrs. Hosford. Mr. and Mrs. I "i 1'1,
Neptune Courtesy Wins Friends for Florida and You! r,. .:,
with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Me- ,' Jerry Hosford and five childrenof .. ))1 ',('r1l .

Gee. Also visiting with them for, Orlando Joined the group here .11'J ,f I
the day were Mr. and Mrs. D. M. for the day. FLORIDA I POWER t LIGHT I COMPAKY '' .I'
Hughes and Mrs. Benny Leviton;

and son, Tony, of.Homerville,' Mrs. Claude Barrow was a visItor I
Georgia. i in Deland last Saturday .
.with her moth r.

Miss lona Moody and Miss -------

Jeanie Troup of Orlando were Visiting here with Mrs. Laurie

holiday guests at the home of Yelvington Is her son, Richard

Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Moody. Yelvington of Chicago. 5' t 0. .. I' .


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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 3, 1963Translators

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j listed in the United State The falls. A translator In the Solo. travelled by Jeep and horsebackto I Padre Island on the southern

Prepare RSV and Great Britain's New mons found later that he had unmapped areas. Texas coast and part of the

English Bible exemplify a trend 3 rendered the Psalmist's phrase The author examined rock 'I Point Reyes peninsula In California

300 New VersionsOf toward clarity over poetry. "the wild awes quench their paintings by prehistoric Indians.: have been proposed as

In the King James Version, thirst" as the "cannibal pigs One drawing of a balloon-bodied 1 National Seashore areas to pro.
The Holy BibleThe St. Paul writes to the Corinthians drink water to stop hiccoughs" figure, still brightly colored In tect stretches of undeveloped

Bible has been i : "Though I speak with I I red, white, and blue was nicknamed coastline.
Holy A missionary the Tara-
translated into at least 1,181 the tongues of men and of. among i the "all-Ameriean man." Recently, Assateague Island, a
humara Indians of Mexico tIedto '
languages and' dialects, and 300 angels and have not charity, I obtain the word for "jump"by i Cliff caves' hold stone axe. 35-mile long strip of sand along
under am become as sounding brass, heads and knives, well-preserved the Maryland coast, has been
translations way.
new are acting it out. The Indians
or a tinkling cymbal"! In the pieces of sandals, even tiny suggested as a possible seashorearea.
of translator 1 Is chorused an expression which
The a
way New English Bible, published in three-inch corncobs, probably .
hard but present-day linguist the clergyman wrote down, onlyto
1961, ithe passage becomes: "I 1 stored 800 years ago by primitive i A new kind of public park,
face lesser hazards learn later that it meant
probably may speak in tongues of men t farmers. j I I the Ice Age National Scientific
the Na "What is with ,
than their predecessors, wrong you
or angels, but It I am without Nearby are fantastic }tone I I Reserve, would set aside four
tional Geographic Society says.. love, I am a sounding gong or i In. spite of setbacks, current formations-Gothic and Angel areas in Wisconsin which best
St. Jerome, who wrote the enduring work goes on in the spirit of I
a clanging cymbal"Translators Arch, Devil's Pocket, and The illustrate the geological effects
Latin Vulgate Bible In try to clarify the translators of the King Needles where fifty-story .rockj i of continental glaciation.i .
the 5th century, was vilified by; James Version, who wrote:
pinnacles the
archaic terms that are no long. spike sky. :
traditionalists, lie gave M I er clear. In the New English "Translation It is that openeththe i i THE OUTBOARDER
good,as he got, calling his critic window to let In the light; Parkland
Bible, scribes are replaced by Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
"two- "a s s e s." William Canyonland is not the only
l lawyers, publicans become tax that breaketh the shell, that we I BOATS. ACCESSORIES. REPAIR
TyndaJe was burned at the Is and, may eat the kernel; that put. park possibility. The National .
gathers, mammon money, Dockage Storage 1'ree Ramp
stake as a heretic in 1536 for suprlsingly, the wise men are teth aside the curtaine, that we. Park Service seeks to protect I WE FINANCE

translating the Bible Into everyday transformed into astrologers. may looke into the most Holy other scenic areas 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
English. American Roman Catholic place; that removeth the cover The Great Basin National Park .
Even the revered King James in eastern Nevada would enclose i -
scholars are preparing an English of the well, that we may come
Version was attacked when it version of the Bible, based by the water, even as Jacob.. alpine lakes, plains, caves, and 1
appeared in 1611. "I had ratherbe stands of rare bristlecone pine Community
upon the original Hebrew and
rent in pieces with wild over 4,(J0 years old, said lo be Memorial Church
Greek, and drawing upon recent Park Proposed inUtah's
horses than any such transla the oldest living trees on earth.
archeologlcal finds. The Douay !..terdenomtnatleaalAIR
tipn by my consent should be The Prairie National Park
Bible, widely used by English- CONDITIONED
utged churches, not. would 90
upon poor speaking Catholics since the 17th preserve approximately
ed scholar wrote. "The new miles of Daytona Ave.
National Park square grasscoveredhill
century, derived from St Je- System
edition crosseth me. I requireit rome's Vulgate.The may soon add a 332,000-acre gal. country in Kansas. FLAGLER BEACH

to be burnt Hebrew University at Tell cry of fantastic rock sculptureto Two lakeshore regions, Sleep. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

Clarity Over Poetry Aviv, Israel, has undertaken a its eminent domain.If Ing Dunes in Michigan and the Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Some 310 later, the King Indiana Dunes, would set aside
ong.term project to revise the Congress approves,, Canyon. R. W. DICKERT, Factor
James Version was defended lands National in. south. unspoiled dunes, nearby inj j
Old Testament, using Dead Sea Park + EVERYONE WELCOME ,
with equal l fervor when the Re. Scrolls and other precious docu eastern Utah. will embrace a lakes, and pine forests. '

vised Standard Version was pub. ments. One of the sources 1$ little known land of deep gorges, ULJUUflB.-..-.-. .......-....-............. .. . . ... ... .-. .. .-.. ..-.. . ..

a thousand year old manuscript bizarre rock formations,,.and pre.
historic Indian cliff dwellings. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
from :
CLASSIFIEDADS hat was rescued in 1948 a
I burning synagogue In Syria. !I The proposed, park lies at the
scenic heart of the Colorado AMBULANCE .
Bible In Kekchi '
i Plateau region, says the Nation. PHONE VAIIey 4"1625 ,

Many of the 1,181 known' al Geographic; ,Society. SERVICE ,
... . .. Wonderland ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA '
.t d r ihU keaalag area translations were made by dedicated Unexplored
"... M* wor.* eaer lucrtn ... ,
,eeato !. ........ chare missionaries to tribal Nature has etched the canyon. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
of a land into "a vast city of tower.
pIe. All or parts the
FOR ,.SALE-Sears one wheel are always at your service with promptness, safety and
tunes have been translated ing skyscrapers, massive domes, "
trailer, very good condition. experience.
such obscure languages as and bridges beyond an archi
4000. Phone 4392319.
Dec. 27, Jan. 32tc.A Ogonl, a Nigerian. dialect; Kek tect's dreams," W. Robert Moore Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
chi, spoken by some GuatemalanIndians reports in the National Geographic

WATKINS ROUTE In this ; Kambera, an Indone Garcia Funeral Home "
crest Is open for semiretired sian tongue and Mao Naga, an Mr. Moore, chief otthe Foreign .
man, or lady. Many semi.retired Assamese dialect, National Geographic Editorial Staff,"' recently, spent :,, P. E. GARCIA. licensed" Funeral Dir dor'""".

people are earning $50.00 to $100 said. weeks exploring the rugged LADY ASSISTANT ..
per week depending on time devoted Field ''translation has its pit. wilderness of canyonland. He :rS WtiN'YI.'

to the business. Maybe ,. .
you can qualify. For personal ; <' ML> iJ.i % $f" H .
Interview In your area, write J. ; 'r>

Dec.II McGarity 27-3tc, Wllliston\ Florida. :,frctf;! potato profits/ ,

FOR BENT-House In Hlllorest -

large living room, 2 bedrooms, f ( .

2 baths, dining room and large :s

porch. Wlsehaupt. HE 92247.
Dec. 6tfcWANTEDBulk

(L. P. Gas) cusp dr .4 N w
tomers. Call Harris Appliance &

Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.

-Furniture refln- \ w 3 ;

Ished and repaired. Experiencedon .
antiques. Chairs recaned. ,
Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf a :

FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We
"will nil your tank or we will i:

.furnish you with a tank. Call :

Harris Appliance &: Gas. Co. at

:ID 7.3367, Bunnell. Florida. When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate"clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.
Aug. 30tfeEXPERT

' REPAIR SERVICEOn Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights

TV, Radios, HI-FI, Sewing mantb fungicide
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and l

all small appliances. All work . assure top yields of No. 1's I II

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware,

fin W, Granada next Eleven One-chemlcal blight! control-a spray program with "Manzate" I
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677 "= maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. .

4414. May 17-tic Better yMd,quality and profit.-"Maruate" helps boost yields as f t' I

Ocean front housekeeping apart. much as 40 bushels per acre . gives you more f!', and naturally ""-

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete I increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas. I I

with linens and all utilities. Safe to u.-uManzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be !

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won'tstunt plant growth. ,

loafing. Day, week or month.. Saves time and ......,-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to fi
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.I mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides I

liE 9-2082 7-6tf and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays. :

rEach Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the i

ro.JOHNSTON'S years-you handling. know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy \


LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, On all chtmica18lol'low labeling instructions and warnings car'/nfly.


See us lor your real estate need :
Office Phone HE 9-2242 acre you spray with "Manzate can \ ,
yield bushels more of fl't like these. Field m.......-." maneb
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 I fungicide ',
\ application of"Maniate"protect your crop IUTO THINGS 101 JUTE UVINGHOUGH ; ,
or ID 7.3517 from late blight tuber rot.too. ...T CHEMIr a "

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