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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 10, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 1 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1963 $2.60 A YEAR
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Cowart Named I Beach School Suggests Board i Dashoff Brothers 'School Board I


Chairman of I Spanish Awards i Tape Record Re-United After Special Session

Presented YearsMr.
lAre Fifty

County, BoardC. w. E. Fennell, Jr., principal of I II Its Meetings and Mrs. Peter Dashoff Monday A. M.The .

l the Flagler Meach elementary have as their house guest for
H. Cowart was elected school, presented certificates for Raymond Tucker was elected !M I a visit of several weeks his Board of Public Instruction
chairman of the Board of Coun I the first period Spanish last I I to serve as chairman of the I brother, Tzvetan D. Evanhoff of met in a special short session .

ty Commissioners at the annual Thursday. Those students receiving Board of Public .Instruction at I I Pleven, Bulgaria lie arrived ,, Monday to complete the
organization meeting of the]I the Outstanding Spanish 'i its organizational meeting Tuesday here January 1, flying to Jacksonville year' unfinished business, Monday J
board Monday morning. Otis Scholarship Certificates were: II I morning. Named as vice from his home. He hasa I being the last day of their I
Hunter was elected vice chair. :I Third grade, Judy Owens, Eula I chairman was Harold Emery. I six months visitors passport. trims.They. j jI
man. I I I Lee Moody Robert Blume, Sue I This the first meeting of the I I
i New members of the board !
I voted heat.
!Ellen Seale and Stella Weaver. I I District brothers in 50 years. Mr. Dash. I to purchase
All employees 01 ihe board : Fourth grade, Vicky Perritt, are James Crews from 4, off came to America in 1912. ers for all school buses, and Instructed
were retained In their present Sandra Abbott, Mrs. Myrtle Cockman from Dis lie has resided here about 12 the superintendent to I
I Patrick Duncan,
Citizens Bank of Bun tract 3, and Herschel King, rep.
positions. call for Immediate
delivery
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I Linda Smith and Pam McDaniel. District 1. years, coming here from Detroit, I
nell was designated as the depository resenting
Michigan. The board also approved eight
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for county funds. I : Retiring members are W. L.
The tedious chore of selecting I Fifth grade, Cathy Duncan, )i IDunaon, Roy LIkins, and Mrs. I pupil assignments for Bunnell
names from the voting list persons 1 Ann Meekins, Donna Filkins,J JI | Ria Johnston. Lovelace Gordon High School, seven for Flagler '
Beach School, and two for Carver
qualified :to serve as jurors Kris Martel and Becky Thomas. j I l Superintendent Z. D. Holland ..
consumed most of the time the Sixth grade, Diana. Lucas, cu. announced plans for an orientation David Collings High School.
I Also approved was profession.
board was In session. There are I sie Duncan, Terry Rawlins, Ua program for new school .
al leave for teachers who are \
three women residents qualified viet J Johnson and Jerry Gordon. board members to be held in Receive Degrees
to assist in "Operation, Alpha'bet"
to serve as jurors, E. A. Smythe, I Tallahassee January 2122. Several I
board clerk, said. I members expressed their de i Florida State University in to attend a conference in w!

It 'was voted to accept and Flagler Beach I sire to attend. Tallahssee announced Tuesdaya I Jacksonville on January 10th.
list of 416 who Supt. Z. D. Holland said there I II
graduates com
send to the State Road Department j Mr. King suggested that the I "
the court appointed appraiser's New Pierhouse I board purchase a tape recorder pleted work toward degrees in were approximately 333 colored
the first trimester ending in I and 81 white people in the coun
figures for right of way I to be used for recording the
who would be in this
ty
parcels for State Road 13 between Now CompletedThe I board meetings. Mr. Hollandwas December. I gram. pro.

Bunnell and Espanola. instructed to secure Infor- Two of this group are Flag. .
The board discussed the drainage
Raymond Smith, county service I new'plerhouse, for the j i nation and prices. 1 \er countlans, Lovelace C. Gorton
problem Carver School
Flagler Beach municipal pier, The board voted to advertise I of near
officer and civil defense director I Bunnell, and David Col. and decided
to ask the
board has been completed and Is now I for a working supervisor for lings of Artesia county
. reported to the that I Park. Both earn.
.. and city commissioners to assistIn
civil defense officials who Inspected I open for business. construction of the kindergarten ed Bachelor's degree in Music
opening the ditches 'in the
the fallout shelters in The new mOO 111 Bounding': rooms. Bids are to be in the Education.Mr. .
area.
this county were highly pleased. which replaces the original : superintedent's office' before 9 Gordon is the son of Mr. The board approved the bills \
Smith also submitted to the I building constructed in 1927, Is I o'clock on January 23. and Mrs. C. P. Gordon of Bun and minutes of the meeting

board three plans for dividingup of wood frame construction with : nell. lie is now playing with which' closed out the year's
the duties of service officer a 32-foot "A Frame" over the I Beach Residents the Florida Symphony Orchestra business. t
and civil defense director. He pier. The building is on the I In Orlando.Mr. \
was asked to the north side of the pier and is: .
secure endorse To Collings is the son of Mrs
Requested
ment of the local posts of The 36 by 60 feet. It consists of a : : } Clyde Collings of Artesia Park Doctor Estim tes.:1\

American, Legion and the Vet. restaurant, tackle shop, visitors NumbeNHouses ... and the Ute. Mr .Colling He 1 A y.Sda|
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.... ..... eras -of Foreign',Wars ,antl!S sub. ticket-wlndow;far the pier;;" restrooms 'I ., ,Has accepted,4 position with the I Many Persons ::* I

'\ mil these alone with the plans and bathhouse facilities. I, Residents of Flagler Beach music department at /the Craw __ .
for the board consideration and I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Westbrook who do not have their house fordville school, near Tallahas I Have Glaucoma i
action. have leased the pierhouse concession numbers up are requested to do
j Doctors who in
I Michael Murray of Flagler I and opened it for business so: ,diseases estimate specialize that 45,000 eye
Beach submitted a "memorandum" Saturday. Town Clerk Virginia Sullivan see.City
I Commission people in the United States are
concerning establishmentof The A-Frarrfe is 36 by 21 feet said Town Marshal Ace Drum
I blind.because of glaucoma,
a national space universityon at the base and has the letter. mond reported that he had re says
I Votes To Drill New. Dr. J. R. Sayers of the Flagler
certain airport lands owned ing "Flagler Beach, Florida" on ceived emergency messages to I County Health Department.An
by the board. He was told In:. the sides facing north and deliver during the night and thatIt
event this site is selected the I south. The five-foot letters are is hard to find the addresses : Gravel Pack WellCity additional 150,000 are
partly incapacitated because of
lands will be made available. made of red Scotchcal material unless they have the numbersup. commissioners of Bunnell this disease in which the .

D. D. Moody, surveyor, sub. which shows up several miles i Residents are asked to comply r voted at the meeting Monday I II of the fluids In the eye pressure is

mitted a re-plat of part of Mid. with this request. I night to drill a new gravel pack I higher than normal. It Is also
way Subdivision west of the Recipe DeadlineFor Mrs. Sullivan said numbers well for the city water supply.I estimated that two percent of

Bunnell airfield. The plat was II III for all residents are on recordat Members agreed the present those over 40 years of age have

accepted and signed. I Cookbook I the city office and she will water supply is Inadequate and this eye affliction and more
be glad to give this informationto
steps must be taken to increasethe than half do not know they
those who do not have it, supply before the increased have it.When.
County Receives Now February I i i I
I demand this summer. the disease is not de
More Race FundsState Members of the committee for X-Ray Units Will They had a deep test well tected and brought under con.

the reprinting of the "Favorite drilled several months ago but trol, it usually leads to progressive
Comptroller Ray E. Green Recipes from Flagler County Return for RetakesThe found the supply contained too loss, of vision to the pointof
said today checks for $13,500are Kitchens" said they had extend. high a mineral content for use. blindness.

being mailed to each of the ed the deadline for receiving X-ray Unit will return to They agreed the new well was If one sees halos around lights,
state's 6T counties as their shareof recipes to February 1. Due to the Bunnell area February 27th needed to supply the Increased has vague visual disturbances

the race track tax fund. the holiday rush they decidedto and 28th (to re-x-ray all those demand during spring and sum such as blurring of vision or

The comptroller said a total extend the time. persons holding cards number mer They are advertising for even mild pains in the,eye and
of $53,000 has been sent to the The .new edition of the cook I ing 3.1 through 3.369, Dr. J. R. bids In this issue of The Tribune, headaches, or has increased difficulty
counties thus far during the current book will have all the redpes Sayers of the Flagler- County- for drilling the new well. in adjusting to darkness I r

fiscal period. This is an Increase in the first edition and many Health Dept. said today. City Clerk Nancy Rodgers said a doctor should be consulted.For .

of $4,500 over the .ame new recipes. Flagler Countians These x-rays were taken in she had been informed there those who wear glasses, the
period last year. are asked to send their favorite Espanola, St. Johns Park Community was an overpayment In December need for frequent change of

recipes to Mrs. Pat Cowart, RFD Hall, Flagler Beach and from the cigarette tax fund, lenses is a danger signal. Everyone .

METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCEMENTS 1, Bunnell, or give them to any Lehigh. Due to faulty x-ray film. and it ,was being corrected in particularly those over 40,
member of the committee. Each the above numbered x-rays were this month's distribution. The should pay particular heed to %

The church school meets at 10 person may present five recipes: unsatisfactory.The I city received $2,968.70 during these warning signs.
o'clock for the book. locations and time will be December. In
Sunday morning and I I making the correction No one knows what causes
\ worship service is at 11 o'clock The printing of the cookbook, announced later. Anyone that I the city will receive only primary glaucoma, but doctors
with the Methodist Youth Fel. which proved to be such a favorite missed their x-ray in December I $460.89 for the January payment. know how It develops and have

lowshlp meeting at 6 P. M. at from the first printing five may get theirs at this time, Dr. The clerk reported that several many ways with which to con- !

the church. years ago, that the new edition I I Sayers advised.CIGAREITE. I business concerns have not trol it. Medical science cannot '

Wednesday, choir practice is Is contemplated. It is sponsored I paid their occupational llnccnse. restore sight that had been lost '
at 5 P.M. Anyone interested in by the Woman's Society of Christian I'' TAX She was Instructed to notify the I because of glaucoma, but it can

singing in the choir is invitedto Service of the First Methodist TO MUNICIPALITIESThe delinquent businesses ro payment I often save the vision that re
attend the practice. Church of Bunnell. Theyare could be made. I mains when the disease Is first

Next Thursday, January 17, asking all residents of the monthly dgarette tax discovered.The .

the Friendly Circle meeting will county to share their favorite allocation to municipalities in BRAZIL'S COMMON I safest thing to do when
be held at 8 P. M. recipes to be included' in the Flagler county was reported this BORDER there: is the slightest eye disturbance

new book. week by Thomas E. Lee, Brazil shares a common border is to visit an optha-
Portions of the original build The committee members ask tor of the State dlrec.1 with'all other South American mologlst or family doctor as

ing are still visible at the New that all measurements be spell. partment which collects the countries except Chile and lOOn as possible for a checkup.It .

Smyrna Sugar Mill Ruins His ,ed out, and any errors In the Beverly Beach received $ I Ecuador. Only Russia,'Canada, may be only a minor disorder
itoric Memorial. It was started I i first printing may be correctedin I Bunnell $460.89; Flagler Be tax.1 China, and the United States exceed On the oher hand It may save
I about 1830. this second printing. $403.67, and Marineland,' $ it in size your sight
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TWO TUE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA _Thursday, January 10, 1963 I

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Corsaro 21-33 5 ,;: to play football, but he hasn't

I Nelson 10-02 2 received any scholarship offers LIGHT BULLDOZING
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I I to play as of yet. Fill DIrt. Building Sand, Shell
:SPORTS 19 15.22 21 93 I In talking about Baldwin'sfootball

j Score-BuniwU 49; Father Lopez outlook for 1963, Ernie ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSONHE

53. I III said that next year's team -2357-Flagler Beach

"'n SATURDAY should be Just as good as last

N\iT-E II i 1 Bunnnell A Boys I year's conference champions and ,

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\ NOTICE
that could
the team i
that only
I Fg Ft F Ttl I Notices hereby given that the
keep them oil me throne would I Board of Public Instruction of

Ed Note-Buxxy McKnight writes Score-Bunnell 57; Baldwin 30 Q.Kuleski BfiMfy 7 30-026 4.6 1 18 I be our own Bunnell Bulldogs. ISo I Plaffler two County class is planning room for to construct the

the school sports this week and I Moody 20.434 what do you say, boys? kindergarten Board Is department.The Interested.In receIvIng -
will continue to do so. Other VARSITY BOYS DROP I' 41-22 9 written applications from In-
Morris terested parties capable of full
sports of the City Rec. Dept. will TWO IN A ROW Brown '10-122 time supervising and constructionand

be written by Leslie Pache as in By Leslie Pache of performing on-the-Job work.
againsttwo
The Bulldogs, pitted R. Tucker 00-11 0 Also furnish the necessary tools
the past. spirited rivals, Father Lopez 'I Baldwin A Boys BUNNELL MIDGET and equipment to do the job.

By Buzzy McKnight on Friday and Baldwin on Adams 9 7.7 4. 25 I LEAGUERS TO PLAY t fllJon3aym of January be received, A. by JJ.

seemed to have lost NEW SMYRNA BEACH 1963 not later than the hour of
PUPPETEERS WIN Saturday, Crawford 31-10 7
I 9 A. M. o'clock in the office of the

19th STARIGHT their scoring punch In "the closing Galloway 5 1.1 3 11 Two teams from the Bunnell tion Superintendent In the Flagler of Public County Instruc Court-

minutes both times to give Daniels 00-10 0 house.
The Puppeteers won their nineteenth Rec. Dept basketball league
up close victories. I Simmons 00-03 0 Please state rates of pay expected -
consecutive game and I II will play two teams that will I for supervision and on-the-job
fifth straight of the season as Friday's game was two close Raulerson 0 0.1 20 come up to our gym Saturday work. Flans for the building can
I I be Inspected at the Superintendentof
they literally smothered Bald. for comfort, but Bunnell held a at 2 P. M., January 12. Public Instruction ollice. Flagler

win's girls with 57 points, 18 thin lead for most of the time 17 9.11 12 431 I I Mr. Lew Hawver of New County office hours.Courthouse during regular

by Barbara Weaver and 16 by until the fourth quarter when Score, Bunnell 39; Baldwin Smyrna Beach will have a blue The Board reserves the right to

Sharon Townsend. Lopez:, led by Marty Zimmermanand BABY BULLDOGS SQUELCH I and green iteam here. The Rec. reject Dated any at and Bunnell all I applications., Florida, this

If the girls can continue to his 20 points, exploded fora LOPEZ AND NAB 4th STARIGHT Dept. will have ten boys on each 8th day of January, A.D. 1163.KAYMON .

play as well in the remainder of close 53 to 49 victory. Quen. The Baby Bulldogs got off to I team and all boys will play. I Chairman TUCKER.of the Board

their seasonal games as they tin Emery and Harry Kuleskl a slow start against Father Lopez Parents are invited to see the: Jail. 10-17-2tc

did against Baldwin, one of their were the high scorers for the Friday night and trailed at boys in action. I Hill HK4UK9T
Scaled bids will be received In
strongest rivals, Saturday night, Bulldogs with 16 points each. the end of the first quarter 10 Talking with Mr. Hawver on I the office of the City Clerk of the
should have smooth Saturday's game was also ex- back In City of Bunnell. Florida, In the
they sailing'j with to 12. But they came the phone he would like to Civic Center building, on or before
from now on. tremely close, but Bunnell, the second, sparked by Walton make plans for our baseball 12:00 o'clock noon on the 4th
leads of 10.9 23.15 and i day of February A.D. 1963, for
The not had deadeye quarter who went six for six
girls only I Cowart, midget teams to play home and the following
shooting but also played a 30.29, seemed to be the classier i itea'm at the foul line and scored 16 home games this season. Drill one (1) gravel wall well
In
accordance with the followingspecifications
defensive with 'better all around ball After taking the lead In
magnificent game, points. :
handling and more scoring consistency Rotate a 26" hole at least (0 feet
committing only 9 fouls, com I I the second, the boys held on to MILLER, REVELS, HARNSBY or to the top of the water bear-

pared to Baldwin's 16, and giving led by swift Harry Ku. it and capitalized on it In every Glenn Miller, George Revels, Ing formation and set concentric.
But the ally therein a 20" O. D. wrought
leski who had 18 points.
up only 30 points. I I I quarter to finish with a 5.30 and Butch Hornsby were winners steel casing and grout by pump-
fourth quarter Jinx plagued the Ing under pressure cement to nil
four
The have of
their fourth
Puppeteers straight
Baldwin's I victory In their age group In a up the annular space between the
games left this season and play Bulldogs again as the season. foul shooting contest held last open hole and the 20" casing.
I After the cement has been allowed
Steve Adams, getting hotter by I
their next game against Orange : Bunnell B. Squad- Saturday. ; to set, the hole to be
the minute, reached his peak In drilled to the bottom of the wa-
Park in
next Tuesday Orange Anderson 40-30 8
Each boy will receive a championship ter
the' fourth and finished with 25 bearing formation. A 10"
Park. E. Tucker 33-93 9 medal from the Bun- I stainless steel gravel screen approxImately
points, giving his team a 43 to 40' in length to be
Bunnell Girls- I Townsend 2 7.9 1 11 nell Rec. Dept. Saturday, January I connected to a line of 10" black
Fg Ft F Ttl 39 victory. Cowart 5 .6.6 1 16 I 19. Tommy Polk and i steel pipe and placed In the well
Randy so that the screen will be set op-
Townsend 7 2.2 1 16 The Bunnell varsity boys now Knight 30-04 6 Morris were in charge of the posite the water bearing formation

Blakely 2 13 0 5 have a record "of 3 wins and Seale 10-11 2 program. ed so that out the and fine replaced sand may by gravel be pump In

Hargott 1 0.2 1 2 4 losses. Grace 00-000 such a manner as to allow the
water to flow freely through the
Eisenbach' 0 0.0 0 0 FRIDAY Miller 00-000 Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune gravel and screen.
B. Tucker 1 0.0 0 2 The well to be tested for capacity
Baggett 00-00 0 $2.50 A Year In Advance and draw down.
Weaver 9 0.3 1 18 Bunnell A Boys-i Quarter Score- The location of this well Is to
be where we may direct on such
Cummins 0 2.4 4 2 Fg Ft F Tt1 i Bunnell 10 27 44 52 property as Is rightfully owned

A. Tucker 5 1.3 0 11 Q. Emery 4 8.11 2 16 Father Lopez 12 19 23 34 PETERSON TEXACO City and recorded of Bunnell as belonging sufficient to space the

StefUk 0 1.1 2 1 Kuleski 7 2-6 4 16 SERVICE being allowed for the ingress and

Qunson 0 0.0 0 0 Moody 22-55 6 JUDY .DUNSON LEADS FOUL I ROAD SERVICE I egress the advantageous of your equipment operation and for of

Morris 30-04 6 SHOOTERS WITH 75% AVERAGE same.
Light Mechanical Work ALSO:
,1 24 71I i' 9 57 Brown 2 :5 Quote vertical
(11.2 Altb ugh she has only shot Phone 4373441.Bunnell: on one (1) turlne -.
Girls- I I > pump complete with 5 h. p.vertical
Baldwin ty
( Polk 00-10 0
/ : .. I II hollowshaft electric motor
four times from the foul line, A4A - - - -
Kilgore 1k 0.0 4 ,2 I 3/60(220/1800.( discharge base with
:Judy Dunson holds a 75 per cent en 30 settingof
HIgginbotham 1.1 4 1 18 13-24 17 49 5" column and %.t\t
lead over all other high school I RCA VICTOR
steel
bowl
shaft assembly 10 ft.
Fouraker 6 3.5 1 15 Father Lopez A Boys of 6" suction pipe, and installed
players in Bunnell High. Allida LIVING COLOR TV
Avery 00-130 Fg Ft F Ttl I In well. Pump rated at 180 gpm
Tucker Is her nearest puppeteer "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE 81 ft. T. d. h. State efficiency.
Adams 2 0.1 3 4 Baylor 30-03 6 [ IN TUB WINDOW" Bids on the well and pump must

Parrish 4 0.1 1 8 Lacour 11-15 3 I competition with 57 per cent. I Southern Radio & Television be submitted bid shall separately.Each be addressed. to
Tommy Polk leads the varsity
J. Jackson 7 3.5 4 17 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 the City Commission, P.O. Box II.I .
players in (this department with ORMOND I I Bunnell Florida. The City Commissioners -

13 4.6 16 30 Zimmerman r 5 10.13 -4-20 I a 73 per cent mark, followed by I 1_ _ I reserve all bids the right and also to reject to-

Quentin Emery with 68 per cent ORMOND PRESCRIPTION I accept nrhea1d that In its judgmentwill
. SCHOOL. 1962.-1 be for the best Interest of the
BUNNELL HIGH BASKETBALL SCHEDULE PHARMACYSick
and Jim Brown with 67 per cent. City of Bunnell Florida.
six Room Supplles-Sandrles WITNESS my hand and official
Saturday, Jan. 12, Crescent City A & B Boys There 6:30A : Walton Cowart, who went HOSPITAL SUPPLIES seal this 8th day of January A. D.

Tuesday, Jan. 15, Orange Park Girls There 5:30Boys out of six from the foul line on 24-Hour Prescription Service 1963.C.. B. Eisenbach Mayor

Friday January 18, Fla. D &: B & Girls Home 7:00A : Friday night leads the Baby Free Delivery in Flagler Beach ATTEST.City of Bunnell. Florida.

Tuesday, January 22, Taylor GirlsThere 7:15A Bulldogs with a 69 per cent ORMONDA13EACU 1.Tel of Nancy:C. Rodgers City Clerk.
OR 7-1111 Jan.
Friday January 25, Taylor &: B Boys There 7:15A mark. 10-17-2tc

Saturday, January 26, Hastings &: B Boys Home 7:00A Fta Ftm % IN TilE COtlllT OK COUNTY

Tuesday, January 29, Callahan &: B Boys There 7:00A J. Dunson (p) 4 3 75 1 TV SERVICEALL JUDGE COUNTY,IN FLORIDA AND FOR IN PKOUATK.CASH FLAQLKR.

Friday, February 1, St. Augustine &: B Boys There 6:30 I A. Tucker (p) 7 4 57 In Re NO.: ESTATE 30. OF

Saturday, Feb. 2, Fla. Military A ,& B Boys There 7:00A B. Weaver (p) 20 9 45 MAKES CHRISTY FINCH Deceased.

;SatUiuay, Feb. 2, Green Cove Girls There 6:30A T. Polk (var) 18 13 73 Agent For TO ALL NOTICE OF PROBATE
PERSONS INTERESTED
'Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez &: B Boys There 6:30A Q. Emery )var) 19 13 68 INTHE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT -

Friday, February 8, St. Joseph. &: B Boys There 7:00A I J. Brown (var) 12 8 67 RCA & PHILCO You are: hereby notified that a

Friday February 8, Orange Park &: B Girls Home 4:30 R. Morris (var) 34 20 59 written Instrument purporting to
I TUBES & ANTENNAS be the last will and testament of
Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City A &: B Boys Home 7:00 H. Kuleski (var) 41 19 46 SOLD said decedent has been admitted

FEBRUARY 13 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTA B. Moody (vat) 21 7 33 AND INSTALLED herebybcommanded': within: You six calendar are

Tuesday, Feb. 19, St. Augustine &: B Boys Home 7:00A W. Cowart (bb) 13 9 69 I TUBES TESTED FREE months from the date of the
J. Seale bb) 16 8 first publication of this notice to
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Monday. Feb. 25, Fla. Military &: B Boys Home 6:30 appear in this court and show
B. Anderson (bb) 16 5.29 cause If any you can why the

E. Tucker (bb) 21 5 24 TV BobFLAGLER action said will?f.thu to probate court In should admitting not

stand unrevoked.T. .
FOR
K. MCKNIGHT
AN INTERVIEW WITH BEACH County Judge
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF ERNIE CRAWFORD PRONE HE 9.2204 Flagler County Florida.
First' publication on January Srd
CANCER Ernie Crawford all St. Johns Jan.' 3.1O-17-U-ttc

River Conference and Little All-

AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH. State tailback in football with m 1r 3Klaglfr ffrtbunrIIUNNELL JUDGE IN COURT ANn FOR OJl' FLGLFR

Baldwin High School Indians, COUNTY. 'LOIt1DA+ IN PItOBA'fl
T. COOK AGENCYPhone CASE NO. 530.
Bunnell Florida was here Saturday night with FLORIDA In Re: ESTATE OF
ID 7.3361
the Baldwin Indian basketballteam. CHRISTY FINCH, Deceased.

Ncr di
MRS. Jl.D. FULLER Editorn..I..te4 Ail orsOofnthele of
Ernie, who Is 5 feet 11 inches Christy Finch deceased are hereby

tajl) and weighs 165 pounds, was OfflrUI ....ll atl.af claims notified or and demands required which to they file may any
literally worth his weight to his have fIlwt said estate I" the of-
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. .
t
r Public Htev f FUcUrC county county judge '
football team this past seasonas Florida In the courthouse
Mtr, MiiBlelpalltlM tkerel
he rolled 165 calendar emonthsrfroom within eight
points and
H. CRAIG Funeral Director up and the State .f Fluids the date of
1500 yards rushing. He is also the first publication of this notice.
JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR Each claim or demand must be In
and all-out basketball writing and
player must state the place
Entered aa second class
matter of residence
OXYGEN but he opines that football is and pcstofflce address
LADY I February 6, IMS. at the poitoffice of the claimant and must be sworn
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED a far greater game and that the to by the claimant his agent
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at Bunnell ;Florida, under act of his attorney or It will become
ATTENDANT AMBULANCES two cannot be compared.As March 3, 1171. void acordlng to law. '

a senior this past season, */ Marcella K. Prather
Administratrix of the
Estate of
Phone ID 7-3532 Ernie showed great running and One year ._.....-.-. ,..,,, .ft.H December Christy Finch. .Deceased.
passing skills. He expects to attend 28. 1>62.Iffs
BUNNELL FLORIDA Six month -_ -r-V.It .rat publication on January Srd.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. college, and he would like
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I. l"'l' ..... J._ .a" ,"'.,.. t I' .,.'Prices Good Jan. 10-11-12, 1963 Saturdays 8:00a. m. to..9:00 p. m.
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whole PORK CHOPS U>. .39LEAN <


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We Have Fresh Fish, Shrimp and Oysters I

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LARGE MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE PILLSBURY'S
FRESH PRODUCE

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TIDE FLOUR FRESH

Greens 25*

Each 1 19C ,1 1 Lb. 49? ;; 5 Lb. 43 Bunch .

Tin Bag JUICY REDGrapes

Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or 19
More Food Order More Food Order More Food Order
Pound

BARGAIN CORNER CELLO

DAIRY PRODUCTS GORDY'S .; ;'.'ft, . Carrots 1 O
KRAFT ,,; EACH
on Pkc.
SALT"
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Velveeta 11b 49
Loaf, KRAFT DINNER OZ.PKC.

AUTOCRAT GALLON Macaroni I Cheese For 35 50 FREETOP .
VALUE STAMPSwith
Ice Cream 59 MONOGRAM the purchase of
\ $2.00 Worth of Dental :
3 LI. It Supplies or Cosmetics '.
SOLID RICE I ; 4,' ,; : BAG 39 V Coupon Void M2-63 !

OLEO 1 Lb'19 : PERT CELLO 50 FREE

NAPKINS I 29 TOP VALUE STAMPS
: WINTER GARDEN 10 OZ. Pkg. With the Purchase of
Strawberries 2 WALDORF PACKAGETISSUE Household Plastics
for45 4 loll
o 35 i: SHELTON'S GROCERY
'kg. Coupon Void 11263I

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I
FLACLER BEACH grade parents Join the PTA. The
SIXTH GRADERS fourth grade also won the room I :
;
VISIT AFRICA count
Mrs. Owens reported the bylaws : PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT., JAN 10.11.12, 1963
The sixth grade children of revision committee had I
the Flagler Beach Elementary only one revision and that was I
School were delighted to haveas the regular meeting time. It- PRODUCE
a guest Mrs. Roger Noose, voted to make the change to MEATSGrade I
who has been a missionary In read the regular meeting time Fresh CritpyCarrots,
Beef
Western
Africa. for 16 years. would be the first Tuesday in "A"

According; to W. E. Fennell, Jr. each month. .
principal, the children swampedher Mrs. Bernie Wilson, program Chuck Roast Lb. 59* 1BagLb- 1 O
with questions after she chairman, Introduced Rev. and
told them of the life, customs I I Mrs. E. Lester Stanton, residentsof
and history of Africa. She also Flagler Beach. The Stantons
U. S. No. 1 Cello WhitePotatoes
brought pictures and samples of showed 40 slides of Early American Grade "A" Western Beef Round Bone
African lore and workmanship. Paintings. Rev. Stanton en- .
explained the program on the Lb. 10Bag 49
69
COMMUNITY CHURCH life of the various painters, the ROAST
types of painting, where they
Guild
Ladies of the Church .
are found and other Information -
meet today, at 2 o'clock In Fellowship
Fresh Firm HeadsCabbage
of interest, such as he rea Palm River Sliced
Hall. Next: Sunday at
sons for come of the p&rticularsubjects
9:45 Sunday school convenes that were painted.He Lb.
with classes for all ages and 8
at the 11 o'clock worship hour explained that people are BACON 49 .
Rev. R. W., Dickert will speakon surprised when they see picturesby
'.'How to Succeed in thee I famous people like Samuel
Christian Life." Morse, known so well in historyfor Lykes Pure Pork RollSausage FROZEN FOOD
things other than painting.
I 10 Oz. Birdseye Ford Hook
METHODIST CHURCH He concluded his talk by 00
urging parents to take their $1
The usual. worship time Is 11 children to museums and art Ls. LIMAS 2 "*. 49
o'clock! each Sunday morning galleries so they could be .
with Rev. Reynold Hoover, min. exposed to great art and, there.
ister, and special music by the fore, grow to love it. Sliced Baby BeefLIVER Mr. GFIENCH
choir. Church school time Is

945} AM.The ., Mrs. Edward Kruger, Mrs. L. <
Bible Study Class will Frank Schwenk and Miss Emily 49Center Fries .kg'1 O
.
meet Sunday night at the homeof Gage as having poured was Inadvertently
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover omitted: in reportingthe
at 7 o'clock. Shultz Golden Wedding reception 18 Oz. Freezer QueenCnbdCiA4APIK.
'The Men's Club will meet last week. CutPork

Monday :> night at 7:30 In the Mrs. Schwenk made the Beautiful !! .

c urch'..building. I table arrangement consistIng ChopsL.69< 7 g
and
of yellow gladiola yellow
BAPTIST CHURCH and white pompom chrys- I Save lOc
antheumums with white paper
Sunday school time Is 9:45
and gold magnjplia leaves in a
and worship service Is atfll o', :
white container placed on a 'Henderson's LB.
clock jvlth Rev. Atlee Stevens, C
mirror.
p .stor. Training Union meets table SUGAR 39
each Sunday evening at 6:15. I Superfine 3: BAGLimit

This is followed by the evening 'THE BOOK NOOKDOWN
worship' service at 7:30.: I
I TO ETERNITY 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order

;Mrs. Leonard Moody attended By Richard O'Connor
the Daytona Beach Little Theater This is a story about the 2/2 Can ,DelMonte 21/2 Can ShurfinePeaches!
,of Lewis Carol's R.M. S. Titanic.On .
'production
"Alice In Wonderland" last the night of April 14, 1912, FRUIT 3 For $1 00 4 for
week. Accompanying her were the Titanic, on Its maiden voyage | $1
Linda, Lesa and Lyna Knight of struck an: Iceberg in the COCKTAIL
Bunnell, Eula Lee Moody and North Atlantic Ocean. The Titanic Save 24c
Andrea Morrison of Flagler was acclaimed to be unsinkable Kraft's
Beach. and the passengers had Kraft's

FLAGLER BEACH great This confidence story portrays in this a ship.minuteby 1 Miracle Whip Qt. 49' Cooking OIL I Quart

PTA MEETINGThe minute happening that took Jar Bottle 59'
the lives of 1.517 persons. a dis
-
third grade room mothers aster that need never have happened Save lOc
served cup cakes, punch and at all.Library.
coffee preceding the Parent. Assistant,
Teacher Association meeting Mike Cook. Rake SHORTENING 3 Lb. 49C
Tuesday night with Mrs. Leon.
ard Johnson presiding. Mrs. V. : Rite Can
W. Haines gave a very Inspiring THE QUEEN BEE
devotional and read a few appropriate By Edna Lee
Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
"New Year Resolulutlons. This story is the story of a
." domineering society woman, Size Vz Starkist Light Meat
;Mrs. Robert Owens gave the who neglects her family to place
membership report and present. herself on a pedestal. lier des. LOOK!' BUDGET CHUNK
ed Mrs. Ruth Somerfeldt, four picable ways drive her familyto STRETCHERSNo. FOR
grade teacher, with the membership unhappiness and near mad. TUNA 3 8ge
banner for having the ness.
highest percentage of fourth Her life ends tragically, but 300 Can Bush .r Save 16c
here the life of her children be. "
wy-> v vx-v Monument> s -< Co.vv gin under the loving guidanceof RED BEANS ;.
Highsmith Shurfine
their cousin. '
311 North Orange St. No. 300 Can BushKIDNEY
The book's most noteworthy .
New Phone Smyrna GArden Beach 8-5464, Fla.< quality is its finely drawn cha BEANS MILK 33 39*

Mrs. X. D. Highsmith & racterlzatlon. No. 300 Can Bush

Louis D. Highsmith. Owners Library Janice Lovelace.Assistant, BLACK EYE PEAS 16 Oz. HormelCHILIS .


No. 300 Can BushHOMINY _lOC } : 3Forr

24 Hour
1! Wrecker Service No. 300 Can Bush
: EACH Size 300 Can Lykes
I PINTO BEANS

No. 300 Can Bush CHILI BeWith: For $
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co 4 ,100I

MASSEY.FERGUSON NAVY BEANSNo.

Grove Farm. Industrial Equipment 300 Can Bush

VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 BABY LIMAS I SALTINES

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Nancy Brannam, David Shields I are Mrs. Rumill's uncle and I Weaver Mrs. Mike Steflik, Mrs.
Connie Shields, Jamesene Dawson aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly De- II. C. Cobb, and Mrs. Dean Peter-
Carol Craig, Mr. and Mrs. rost of Mars 11111, Maine. Theyare
Judson Stoyker, Jr., Billy Deen residing in the Morris apart sou.Plans are being made for a
and Ronnie Canakarls. ment. variety show which is to be held
on January :24.
LL
OALAJ Mike McMillan has returnedto CARD OF THANKS Carol Hoskins, reporter:

Newman-Carson College in Grade 7A-On December 21,
With grateful hearts we would
the A section of the seventh
Tennessee after spending the
FRIEDMAN- Mrs. Mary Cywinski is spending holiday vacation here with his like to thank everyone for theirprayers grade had a Christmas dance
I cards, food, visits, flowers ,
!time In Jacksonville
I some : parents. for members of the class at the
WHITAKER and the offers of assistance I
at the home of her daughter, I many Flagler Beach Recreation Hall. .
ENGAGEMENTIS Mrs. Ann Vojnovskl. that: came to us at the I from 7:30
Dancing wad enjoyed :
I I Margaret Jane Deen has re loss of our husband and father,
to 10 P. M. Mrs. Shill chaperoned
ANNOUNCEDMr. TWIN DAUGHTERS FOR turned to Rollins after the hole Anton Cywinski. May God bless i iI I the dance. '
I!| Iday vacation at her home here. each of you.
THE EHLENBAUCHSMr. I
and Mrs. L. M. Whitakerof I I Wesley Thomas, reporter.
Bunnell announce the en and Mrs. A. \;. hlenbauch Lew Wadsworth of Bunnell Mrs.. Mary CywinskiMrs. Library Club-The Library
gagement of their daughter,I I[are the parents of twin daugh and Tess Massie of Flagler Ann Vojnovskl Club had a buffet supper with
Sammuella, to Mr. Elmer Louis ters born December 28 at the Beach have both returned to the Mrs. Emily Gibson. dancing for their :.'Christmas
Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Flagler Clinic and Hospital. They University of Georgia to resume party. The dress was semi-
E. L. Friedman of Deland. have been given the names of their studies. BwuteIl formal. They ate by candlelight .
Miss Whitaker is a graduateof Caren Faith and Charen Faye. a 419h and afterwards exchangedgifts.

the Bunnell High School class SHRINE CLUB TO School Atewl It was a big success, and
of 1959. She is a student at Flor Mrs. Clyde Collings and son I INSTALL OFFICERSAT everyone had a wonderful time.

ida State University where she David Colllngs were visitors in I TONIGHTS MEETINGThe Caroline Clifton School Editor Mary Brown, Jack Abbott, and
will receive he degree of Bach. Birmingham, Alabama, duringthe I Brice lIosford deserve special
elor in Music in April. holidays. They were ac Flagler County Shrine Senior Class-The Senior Class thanks for spending most of the
Mr. Friedman is also a graduate companied there by Mrs. Col- Club will hold their annual wishes to thank the band, the day decorating the building.
of Bunnell High School lings mother, who had spent Installation of officers at their tradesmen, for donating their I Their decorations were lovely.
class of 1958. He attended the some time visiting here. meeting tonight. The meetingwill time for (the benefit of the Senior I Marsh Durrance, reporter.
Florida State University in Tallahassee be at the Flagler Womans sponsored Christmas Ball. The
, and received his degreeof I Returning to Tallahassee dur Club building, Central Avenue, Seniors also wish to express their Koreshan State Park at Estero
Bachelor of Science in Com ing the past weekend after Flagler Beach, at 7:30. thanks to the mothers who chap. !I was deeded to the Florida Park
mercial Art in December.No spending the holidays here with eroned the dance: Mrs. J. C. Service In 1961.
date for the wedding has their families were Sammie Dr. Allen Reynolds and his
been set. Whitaker, Elaine Deen, Patty dental assistant Mrs. Betty I \ '
Niesen, Polly Forson, Grace Miller, will attend a meeting
Steflik and Jim Cook. the Central District Dental Society NOW OPEN
MRS. ATKINSON this Friday and Saturdayin

HOSTESS TO Dale Brown, Sr., of Mt. Dora, Gainesville at the J. Hillls Flagler Beach Pier Restaurant
PINETTESMrs. spent last Thursday here visit. Teaching Hospital.
Carol Jean Atkinson was ing with the Dale Brown Jr. fame
Regular Meals Short Orders SandwichesIN
hostess to members of the Pi- ily. Spending the winter here with
nette Club Monday evening. Fol- I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rumill are
WE HAVE
OUR TACKLE SHOP
lowing dinner, a business meet- Returning to Gainesville to resume -, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Ing was held.Enjoying their studies at the University McCray of Seal Harbor, Maine. BAIT & COMPLETE LINE OF FISHING TACKLE
Mrs. Atkinson's 'hospitality of Florida after spendingthe They expect to be here until
were Mrs. Elissa Tilton, holidays here with, their March. CECIL & MAE WESTBROOK

Mrs. Betty White, Mrs Joan families were JoAnn Morris, Also spending the winter here,. I .... _........_ .
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Peavy, Mrs. Margie Kinney, Mrs. ----
Joann Crews, Mrs. Pat Cowart,
and Mrs. Ann Hunter. " ' "' ''''' '''''' ''



MEETS WOMAN'S FLAGLER TUESDAY JUNIOR CLUB i' -, I :., ;-1'i; ::, CHEVROLET Keeps Going Great J);,':::'


The Flagler Junior Woman's .," No wonder Chevrolet is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious JetsmoothChevrolet 'I :"JIi
Club met Tuesday evening in >
the Woman's Club building in ,': = I" lively low-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine Corvair, and gm9fj fTli : i : , i\\ ;

Flagler Beach. Rev. Thomas Pin- two new versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette. jjjjf 4!f I',
ner, Jr., of the First Baptist The make more people ,I. ,v \ 1

Church was guest speaker 'an4 depend on I ;,>.e 1 ,::
his subject was "Happiness in !

the New Year." ',.
i
Members voted to hold a bake
'
sale at the Flagler Beach post- :: .
office building this Saturday, I II

January 12. I :

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rodgershad

a card from their daughter, i ...
Sara Rodgers, who is teachingin .n i k ,Ai4.:
Pusan, Korea, stating that' she : 'I
was spending the Christmas holidays i
in the Philippine Islands. a
Impala Sport Sedan- i

Visiting here with the Dom. j 63 JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET one of IS JetsmoothChevroleta i

unico Buono family during the )
Christmas and New Year holidays ...................,... ...... ...,. ,. ., .........................................................................-.--..-.-.-.--...._._..._........_..__._.._...__...._.._._.......(. ,'

were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I:;
Seagraves and family of Detroit. I
The Seagraves arc former residents yi !
of: Bunnell. r:
!
i "
Michael Parker, a junior at !
Massachusetts Institute of Tech. ern i
nology, has returned to resume i i I Ii
his studies after spending the "
Christmas holidays with his Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe- Chevy II Nova 400 Station Wagon- i.: I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin beauty, ride and comfort you'll go for instantly tlares the easy-care features of the big Chevrolets ;
Parker. :.................................................................................... ...... .. . . . . . . ......I \
i

VFW AUXILIARY :
1:1
MEETS TONIGHT I

The Auxiliary to VFW Post svw x+,awcesuatl+- a+.J.wr} i
5213 will meet tonight (Thurs z' i :

day) at 8 o'clock in the com I'I'i 1 .s 'I
munity center, Mrs. Clarice Tay I'I i A \
I
s
lor announced today. I I
All members are urged to at. I ,,,
tend. i Corvair Monza Club Coupe- i Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe i
i with snazzy bucket seat interior i there's alto a new Sting Ray Convertible f
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ............' ................................................................................................................................................_._._._._._._.nn.. .__.!. "rs
'
Diamond is her brother, Chris <
Costopoulos of Detroit, Michigan.Mr. See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom! ? *
Costopoulos said he plans to _........................................................-............-.-..........-.........___.............................................._........._ ; iiiHALL. -
make his home in this area.
"

Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. -TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY !
Tommy Durrance and little
daughter, Leona Ann, were visitors
in St Augustine Thursday. TELEPHONE ID 7-313 BUNNELL FLORIDA






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PAGE SIX THE! FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA.. Thursday, January 10, 1963

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-- I River. ((23 point program of activities Deen, Jr.Cooperators.

Foster Memorial I "The Foster Memorial Is I for 1963, designed to promote,, recently assisted

pleased to participate In the nationwide soil and water conservation in :fin I other conservation practices

Programs Listed Liberty Ship Memorial I the district during the coming i]'include: L. E. Wadsworth, fish

Ninety-nine years ago on January Program, which Involves presentation year. I pond stocking; W. L. Dunson,

13 Stephen Collins Foster of nameplates honoring ; Regular district activities will J liming and cropland practices;

died at the age of 37, leavingthe I famous Americans to appropriate be continued, including sponsorship I I

world a rich heritage of organizations and institutions of speaking contest for I practices[

melodies, including "Suwannee ," Barnes said. high school students, publicationof I J. B. Pelllcer, cropland. practices.
River," now Florida's state song. "The plaque will be receivedIn I I the district newsletter, outstanding

12 and extending behalf of the State of Floridaby conservation farmer
Beginning January
I selection, district participation in FREE PAINT
Justice
through Sunday, January Supreme Court Campbell
Thornal of Tallahassee, the Goodyear Contest, and pro.
20, the Stephen Foster Memorial one extra gallon of your choice
who commanded U. S. Navy gun motion of conservation studiesIn
at White Springs will with each gallon you buy
creWs on two Liberty Ships during the schools. New activities
series of Stephen Foster
sponsor a featuring World War II. The presentation for the district during 1963 will Mary Carter Paint Store
Week ,
musicians from programs St. Petersburg, is sponsored by the Amer. include: sponsorship of a land Alra We>t.at. k.4.I.1 Cater
ican Merchant Marine Instituteand Judging contest and sponsoring
and Including
Chicago and Madison, -
the American Institute of a district cooperator meeting.
THE OUTBOARDER
presentation
a special
from World Marine Underwriters, both with I
of the nameplate a AiunorlMd Evlnrude
Dealer
the SS headquarters in New York City At their next meeting next
War II Liberty Ship, BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
Stephen C Foster. The presentation of the name- I January 21, R. W. Corl of Goodyear .
National Stephen Foster Day- plate will be made by Paul W. Tire and Rubber Co., will t[ Uookag-e -WE Storage FINANCE- free Ramp

Brauer, Jr., of the Marine Office certificates of merit to
present |
Sunday, January 13, has been I 823 Ballough RdDaytonaCommunity
of America Jacksonville, Flor
each supervisor of the Flagler
selected for presentation of the
"
Liberty ship nameplate, accord- ida. SCD for ,outstanding achieve
said the Me. In the districts I I
directorof Barnes Stephen ment Goodyear
Ing to Foster L. Barnes,
morial Commission requestedthe award for 196162. Already
program
(the State of Florida's park I
nameplate nearly six months presented to the districtby Memorial Church
and memorial on the Suwannee.
ago when It was learned that Goodyear a plaque for placing
tat.rdeatarla.tl..alAIR
the SS Stephen C. Foster was being I second In the state of Florida
CONDITIONED
CLASSIFIEDADS dismantled on !the Pacific In the Goodyear contest.
Coast. The brass plaque will be Daytona .A...

permanently mounted for display District cooperators recently FLAGLER BEACH

among other Stephen Foster assisted by technicians in engineering Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

mementos at the memorial, problems include: Mike Church. Service 11:00 A.M.
Umtlmgn ...>* .IhU ".*!.. .... < and Louis Steflik, W. W. and
t neat Mr w... aek la.ertl.a.n Importance R. W. DICKERT. Pastor
Hat. !. _tala.. .lIIar. Curtis Deen, Lloyd Robertson, HVBRYONH WELCOMB

FOR BENT 1 bedroom furnish. (the nation's defense and econ R, W. Cody, Jr., and W. W.
..
ed cottage, $40.00. ID 73304. omy. ..-...."..."-..."....-....................... ....,/.v.-".".".Wf -- --
Jan. 10-17-2tc The Stephen Foster Week observance ,I
will begin Saturday, FOR ALL HOURS--DAY OR NIGHTAMBULANCE
FOR SALE-Used Coleman Oil January 12, with a concert by

Heater In good condition. ID 7- the St. Petersburg Male Chorusat

3717 Jan 10.1tc 3 p. m. In the auditorium of
PHONE VAlley 4.1625
&l7- the Carillon Tower, Barnes said; :
FHA. $700 DOWN-2 B..R. SERVICE
Directed by John Reynolds, the : ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Conditioned, waterfront house.
40-voice group will be making
'1a. room, patio, garage, fenced its third successive appearanceon I Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
yard. HE 92379. 1-10-ltc
a Foster Week program. Fred are always at your service with promptness safety and

FOR RENT-2 bedroom houseon W. Martin Is pianist for the experience. .,

AlA R. L. McNab, broker, popular group, and George Bartlett .
Flagler Beach. 1-10-ltp 1 plays the banjo for several Equipped With Oxygen Reiusitator and Inhalator

specialty numbers.On .
A WATKINS ROUTE In this Sunday, January 13, the Garcia Funeral Home
area is open for semi. retired chorus will second .
present a P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
man, or lady. Many semi-retired, concert people are earning $50.00 to $100 I will be given'' over to LADY ASSISTANT
per week depending on time devoted -]

to ,the business. Maybe -

you can qualify. For personal .. . :: .:.,
interview in your area, write J.
come
H. McGarity, Williston, Florida. !
Dec. 27 3tc


FOR RENT-House In Hlllcrest :,.
large living room, 2 bedrooms,
2 baths, dining room and large

porch. Wlsehaupt. HE 92247.

Dec. 6tfcWANTEDBulk

(L. P. Gas) cus

tomers. Call Harris Appliance & R r rV
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.

Aug 3OtfcBEnNISmNG 0 F}10OOfi06:0.lppE.., '' yh ,

-Furniture refinished -

and repaired. Experiencedon

antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. .
'
4392007. 10-11-tf a

FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We ,

will fill your tank or we will
furnish you with a tank. Call ;jj

Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at ,

ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. When sprayed on your washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight
Aug. 30ticEXPERT
r

TV, Radios REPAIR, Hi-Fi SERVICEOn Sewing Spray Du to control blights i :i

Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and

all small appliances. All work . of No. l's '
,
guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, ...
50 W. Granada next; 7-Eleven t'
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- '* control-a spray program with "Manzate" :: ,

4414. May 17-tfc controls both early and late blights. .

and proflt.-uManzate" helps boost yields as
Ocean front housekeeping apart per acre . gives you more,i's, and naturally
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete as proved by growers in all major producing areas.
with linens and all utilities. "
is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be
Sun deck, fishing, swimming,
right to harvest time.
up ..won'tstunt plant growth.
loafing. Day, week or month.
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. -"Manzate"' is a wettable powder, ready to
HE 9-2082 7-6tf water. It is compatible with most insecticides
you save money with efficient combination sprays.
/l >x-\/->/'ll>xl "
has been thoroughly proved over the
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER you can depend on it for top disease control easy

BEACH REALTY CO. i C
-
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, ",follow labeling httnction and teaming care/uHy
WATER FRONr FARMS, :


us for your ACREAGESee real estate needs (J ) M ANZATE'

Office Phone HE 9.2242 Each acre you spray
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I yield bushels more of II' Tianeb
or ID 7.3517 application from late of"Maniate". lIVING fungicide
blight tuber rot. "







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EXTRA BONUS FRESH PORK SALE

FRESH 21/4-21/2 LB.AVG \.,-
FRYER FREE BACK BONE lb. 59*

_ WITH$5.00 OR MORE MEAT ORDER SHOULDER OR SHANK HAt 39

:BY POPULAR DEMAND WE REPEAT THIS FRESH WHOLEHAMS j
U.S.CHOICE. ,
,' BEEF SALE : lb. 59


Chuck Roast Ib. 47< LEAN MEATYMEAT ,: .Ib. 33

FRESH

Sirloin Steak lb. 89'' PIG, HEADS lb. 25


RIB CHUCK or STEAKS lb. 59' PURE LARDA'

LEAN

Brisket Stew lb. 29 TOMATO CAMPBELL'S 10 OZ.SOUP CAN Each fOe

BEECH-NUT 4'4 OZ.JAR STRAINED \
BABY FOOD :: 6
,COLA-ORANGE-GRAPE- -STRAWBERRY-CREAM SODA {; for 590
.
4 f. rt 't
v
t CANADA 'DRY1 > Swift's Brookficla( ,. ,

REGULARKOTEX 28 OZ.BOTTLE PLUS DEPOSIT In.IlUf Kf.h... 1 Ib Quarters g


,,3 Pkgs. $1 00
DELSEY JrUitEIfakIe5$

Toilet I Tissue Pkg i .f 19* LARGE FLORIDAAVOCADOS


I tXit1! FANCY GEORGIA RED Each 190.
SWEET POTATOES v, Ib ge
FROZEN FOODS AT IlW PRICES LARGE FLORIDA HEADLETTUCE Ii.",:'
4 .' \ IZeFORDHOOK
EachEach
BIRDSEYE 10 OZ.PKG.
1 LB.CELLO BAGCARROTS ', ,"; '
LIMA BEANS 250 ,. J"* 9C
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WINTER GARDEN 8 OZ. BEEF-TURKEY-CHICKEN ,f 4, >
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLErt TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 10, 1963
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( Ida. ,I ment Stations, fresh citrus pulp : rus silages, Becker warns that out In Escambia, Jackson, Su-
Nutria Threaten But organized releases of nu ,makes good silage for both beef 1 upright silos need much stronger wannee, Columbia, St Johns,
I tria are known to have taken and dairy cattle. reinforcements than average. Lake, and St Lucie counties last
Florida FarmersI place in several areas of the Several years ago, Becker relates !I This problem does not apply to year.
By Prlscllla MeyerA state Including Blourrtstown and the experiment stations trench silos. The program is for older youth
''St Petersburg. These animals conducted considerable researchto When (the citrus silage was and deals with business opera
fuzzy fur pelt, four legs anda were set loose to control aquatic find out If fresh citrus pulp fed to dairy cows, a feed flavor tions related to agriculture-
shoddy cage can add up to vegetation Escapes of animals would make good silage He- was found to be transferred "agri-business." From Town and
' potential trouble for you and from nutria ranches are knownIn I searchers found the answer was through the cows into the milk. Country Business, young people
Florida's farmers. The furry, East Palatka, Gainesville, "yes" I However, by feeding the cattle gain a better understanding of
four footed nutria, a large South Tampa and Summerfield. Ani In the research studies, researchers I right after milking it was found economics and business by
American rodent, Is destroying mals have probably escaped In placed plain fresh cit this flavor could be eliminated. studying firms associated with
many agricultural crops and I other areas of the state as well.A rus pulp, citrus press cake in Chemically, the highest nutrient the marketing of agricultural
eating the native vegetation of i combination of Immigrants, a trench silo. Following a 45- II losses during the ensiling products.The .
our waterfowl. escapees and released nutria day ensiling period, all formsin I process were found to be sugars. youth also explore em
According to Dr. James N. appear to have given this de the test were found to prove I The addition of the hay and ployment opportunities In business
Layne, associate professor with structive mammal small foot satisfactory.The sugarcane were found to aid In closely related to agriculture
the Florida Agricultural Experiment i hold in Florida. And the present palatability of the citrus I the retention of the nutrients by and thereby gain a greater
Stations, nutria damage Is wild population of nutria In pulp silages was found to depend soaking up some of the soluble appreciation of the problemsand
quite extensive In states where Florida Is estimated between upon the previous feeds to solids. Due to the loss of these structure of agriculture mar.
these animals are numerous- 300 and 500. which the cattle were accustom sugars, one cannot expect quite keting. In addition, the program
such as Louisiana. In additionto And atria are fast reproducers.One ed Dr. Becker states that exceptfor I the food value (that Is obtained points out the needs and bene
pirating crops and the food fur rancher In Florida ex the citrus press cake, the cat. with dried citrus pulp. fits of further training and edu-

of waterfowl, these animals can panded one pair of nutria Into tle took to the silage slowly. Dr. Becker concludes, however, cation needed for jobs in agri-
weaken earthen dams and eat 200 animals In about five years. However, upon learning to eat that pulp silage retains Its placeas business as well as In other
the natural land cover that is Unless care is taken, Florida's the silage, they seemed to likeit a valuable citrus by-product employment fields. ,
sometimes! needed for water. "Town and
approximate 500 could soon very much. Country Businesswas
sheds. number one million as in Louisi "The press cake silage was warmly received by the
The unfortunate story of what ana. the best from every angle," businessmen representing some
happened in Louisiana Illustrates Becker says, "It had body a 4-H Club New Will 25 firms across the state that
the potential problem the Citrus Is desirable aroma. and the cattle cooperated with clubs in the
nutria Silage Have New seven counties last "
poses.In preferred It. Program year, Wat. \
the late 1930's a fur breed. Good For The plain pulp silage was extremely [ kins said.
er brought six pairs of nutriato Bossy soggy, the ,scientist re A new 4-H Club activity called

Avery Island, Louisiana, In By Mel Sharpe lates. "During feeding, one .:Town will and Country Business Pro ....Ii..I'.r............................,."..,/4
an attempt to develop a fur Waste due to the current large would sink nearly to his kneesIn gram get under way In 1963, O. F. ALFORD
ranch. Within two years some supply of citrus pulp can be the silo. The silage containing announces Dr. M. O. Watkins, Registered
of the animals had managed to director of the University of Flor
minimized by using the pulp for sugarcane tops and Natal
escape and establish themselvesin silage. According to Dr. R. B. grass hay was less soggy," he ida ice. Agricultural. Extension Serv Real Estate Broker
the Louisiana marshes.In Becker, dairy husbandman with added. Due to the high moisture
Bunnell Florida
1940 a hurricane washed the Florida Agricultural Experi and Increased. weight of the cit The new program was, tried
the remaining 150 nutria off theIsland.
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Survivors reaching the '--

mainland added to the existing
population, giving the nutria a
firm foothold In Louisiana.

Over the years these animals '. " \
have multiplied and spread. To. w y ; I
day their population in Louisl-
and Is estimated to be well over

one million. Wise Shoppers

Now this South American ro ,, { :
dent Is spreading into Florida. 1,

And to make matters worse, I ,
many Floridians are helping.The .
Turn to the
nutria is often raised in
th. 1
Florida for its fur pelt, sometimes ,
by homeowners who buy '
one pair hoping to make extra
money by breeding them. Com FLAGLER TRIBUNE
mercial fur ranches are locatedin
at least 15 Florida counties.
Although It's not uncommon
for the nutria to e cape from Want Ads

fur ranches, most large commer ,
cial operations are rarely guilty. r
These ranches belong to a national ff'-iL1vz;
association that requires First!
escape proof cages for their animals
But not :all commercial
breeders belong to ,this organization V

and many backyard breed. ,.
ers don't take proper precautions. :":L J, .} ;. ,
Possibly some of Florida's wild
nutria have been set loose by
unsuccessful breeders who did .axa \
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not know the damage that could
be done by these animals. Wise Sellers. Turn To Our

PIS. Layne and Arrington ex. Classified Ads, Tool! I
plain that both the climate and
I'
vegetation of Florida appear t6 /. : Wise people who
have
;; something to
be well suited to the growth and
reproduction\ of nutria. For this I ; \t sell know that when wise people want
reason It Is possible that the : r
species may flourish here If It to buy, they check our Classified Ads
No matter what it is you want to buy, . a 1908 first
is successful in establishing a -so wise sellers just naturally turn
foothold. auto or a 1962 automatic appliance . you'll probably
,Reports of nutria In Florida to The Flagler Tribune and place their
consist of purposely released find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first.
"For Sale" ads here Besides, our Classified
animals, nutria Immigrating And, what's more, items sold through the Classified Ads
from Louisiana and nutria that Ads cost so very little for such very
have managed to escape from nearly .always mean bigger savings. The easy way to fast results!
fur ranches. Nutria have been ),'.
You \ '
shop ? bet-as easy as sitting in your armchair and .
reported from 26 localities In at '': '
,,:f':' ,
least 23 counties of the state, In. talking on the telephone. Be wise shop our Classified , "t: Ji"?., '" <<. Yt04y 4 )":
eluding Alachua, Dade, DeSoto, ,
Ads this day! '
very
Escambia, Hlllsbrough, Lake,
Lee, Manatee, Marion, Orange, \
Pasco, Putnam, Sarasota and

Taylor. For FasfResufsRE
Wild nutria, perhaps spread.

Ing from the Louisiana Infesta AD and USE
tion, seems to be limited to the = The Flagler Tribune
counties along the northwestand ,_-.
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