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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 17, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 2 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR


Beach REV. ELVIN ANDERSONBaptist Postal Worker I :
Post Office I Flagler I Cattlemen Elect


Move Set For [j Third Graders Retires With 47 R. W. Deen, Jr.

Visit Tribune Years of Service
Friday Jan. 25 ( I New President ;
.j Members of the third grade of Herschel C. Henderson of Ma.I .

Tentative date for the Bunnell the Flagler: Beach Elementary con, Georgia, has retired from The Flagler County Cattle-
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Post Office to move to the new School visited The Tribune office !the U. S. Postal Service after 47 men's Association held a meet.

building is January 25-26-27, 1* I I Friday afternoon on a field years of service according to a Ing at the courthouse, Tuesday,
was learned here today. trip.They I news story carried jn the January Janu }ry 15, at 8 P. M.
The U. S. Postal Technician were accompanied by 3, issue of the Macon News. Officers for the year 1963 were
will be here on January 21 and I their teacher, Mrs. Emma Kulp, I Mr. Henderson formerly resided elected as recommended by the
'22 for inspection of the new 1[and parents, Mrs. Charles Meek. I I at Espanola and enteredthe nominating committee! and were \

\ building and to supervise arrangement Ins and son, Happy Meeklns, I U..S. Postal serlve In Flag. 1 I as follows: .

and installation of Mrs. Charles Mlssinne, Mrs. I ler County'as a rural carrier out i R. W. Deen, Jr., president;

new boxes and other fixtures.He Bryce Sheeler. and Johnny Seale. of Espanola on November 15, Harold Emery, vice president; I
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is expected to turn the new After making a tour of the 1915. M. C. Strickland, Jr., vice president
building over to Postmastr Ray plant where the production of I n. The Macon News article said: ; Howard Taylor, secretary;

Mercer and his force Wednesdayof the newspaper was demonstrated Z4 "Henderson entered the postal 'Alfred R. Tucker, treasurer; 1. L.
next week. The move will they were served fruit Juice! 0 :11 service as a rural mail carrier on Gage and Raymon F. Tucker,
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begin on Friday. and given sourvenirs of the trip. Nov. 15, 1915, and was retired directors; and. Harold Emery and
The new building is locatedon .Grade members were: Wayne after 47 years of service. He was Howard Taylor, alternate direc:

.. Moody Blvd. and Church St, Hutcheson, David Miller, Bobby I Church transferred to the railway mail
facing Moody. It is a modern I Mlssinne, Joseph Keka, Steven service in 1921 and to the trans. tors.Following the election of of

50x60 foot building of brick Jeka, Gus Burns, Stella Weaver, Revival fer office at the Macon Terminalin fleets, the incoming president, \
construction with all new fix Diane Parrish, Suellen Seale, Begins 1928, serving as clerk-In- R. W. Deen, Jr., presided at the
tures. The loading zone and Pam Sheeler, Eula Lee Moody, I charge, foreman and superintendent remainder of the meeting and
parking area is in the rear of I Ginger Miller, Charlotte Dodl Sunday, Jan. 27 until December 1960, he introduced Art Iligble, executive ,%

the building with entrance from mead. Charles Williams, Susan when he was transferred to the secretary of the Florida Cat
Moody and Church. i Rousse, Robert Blume, Judy The First Baptist Church of Macon Post Office". tlemen's Association, Kissimmee,
Postmaster Mercer said there Owen, Pattie MIssine, and Patty I Bunnell will hold an eightday"Old Mr. Henderson and other work. who spoke briefly on the cattle

... will only be 33 box numbers to I I Meekins. Fashioned Revival," according ers were presented with certificates industry, giving special emphasis -
.. change out of the 500 capacity. to plans ,announced to. of retirement, signed by on the Bangs Eradication fi
He also said there will be about McNab YouthAppointed I day by Rev. Tom Pinner. The Postmaster General Edward Days\ Program in Florida and the feed :'t I
20 additional boxes available I 'revival will begin Sunday eve from Postmaster Lloyd C. Ricksin situation caused by the recent i

, when the move is completed. To nlng, January 27, and continue ceremonies at the Macon freeze damage to pastures In, the '
I There will also be space for through Sunday,' February 3, Post Office on January 2. They state.

k, ,bout 200 more boxes as they a'i Airforce Academy with, night services beginningat were +also presented whh retire. After adjournment of the meet .
needed. 7:45. ment gifts from the post office ing refreshments were served to

The new building was con- Donald L. McNab of Flagler Rev. Elvin Anderson, evangel. employees.. tM.} ..32 cattlemen and guestspresent.
constructed under( the. lease. Beach has received a principal 1st, will conduct the revival The Hendersons often spend Mrs. C. H. Cowart, Mrs. I''
construction program of the U.S. nomination to the U.S. Air Force services. Before accepting the their summer vacations at Flag. Charles Cowart and Mrs. M. C.
Post Office Dept. Alfred G. Kern- Academy at Colorado Springsby call as a full :time evangelist, ler Beach and enjoy renewingold 'Strickland, Jr., were in charge I Ii \

f merer of Daytona Beach Is the Congressman D. R. (Billy) Rev. Anderson has.,..:.pastored acquaintances with Flagler i of the refreshments.
to churches in Jacksonville, Miami "old timers". _un_ _
t architect and contractor. He has Matthews, it was announced County \
a 10-year lease with two 5-year day., X. ._ and ,Spartanburg. He is a graduate BunneILBrownie J
renewal options- .-, .- ....- -,_ ".McNa .1s the son of J.lr..and of Mississippi >.tlst Col .. ;' --,' -,.," "i t
., "-;. 'The building and parking area Mrs. R. L. McNab of 14th and lege and"attended New Orleans S l ior'-Cfus.s" Scout Troop NewsThe V
contain about 12,039 square feet Ocean Blvd., Flagler Beach, and Theological Seminary.
I a graduate bf Bunnell High Besides old fashioned revival first Brownie Scout Troop \
I x. "NEW LIFE" SERIES I School. preaching, the revival will feature Will Present organized in Bunnell for 'second

Young McNab, currently a student special music for each servo 1 grade girls has officiallybecome ,
OF EVANGELISTIC "t
at the Georgia Institute of ice to include church choir and Variety Show a part of Citrus Council, whichis I
I MEETINGS ARE SETA Technology et Atlanta, achieved soloist as well as good gospel made up of seven countiesIn

state-wide series of "NewLife" a composite score of 92 per. I music from the,. plan. and or. I Plans for a Variety Show, In. this area.
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.. evangelistic meetings to centlle on tfie National Merit gan. ;; eluding stage set drawings were The troop was Invested in an
be held at weekly Intervals February Rev. Forrest Thompson, Minister ;I "
Scholarship Test, and has also presented to parents and friends impressive ceremony December
fr' 3 through March 24, was I evidenced excellent qualities of of Music, North Park Bap. of the Senior Class, of Bunnell 6th, at which time 16 gills be-
t announced today by the Florida tist Church, Orlando, will assist I
leadership and achievement in High School when they met last came Brownie Scouts. Great enthusiasm -
Methodist Conference. his extracurricular activities the evangelist and direct music at the school auditorium.Mrs. has been shown by
More than 500 churches are throughout his school career. for the revival services. Rev. Ann Creal, local artist parents of :these girls, Indicatinga I
due to take part Most of the Thompson is a graduate of Unit presented the Gay 90 theatre successful movement of Girl
churches will have guest preach. Bonds versity of Kentucky and Southern -I stage drawing which met with Scouting In this community
ers for a week as Florida pas. Savings in Baptist Seminary. lie has the approval of those present.

tors exchange pulpits. At least served nine years as church musician I'Construction of the stage settingis In a contest to choose the new j
I 15 Methodist.ministers from other In Lieu of Refund and minister of music in scheduled to begin Tuesday name for the troop, Pamela
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states, also will take part. I large churches of Jacksonvilleand White submitted the Bunnell I
I', at 10:00: a. m. This will be a holt
Bishop James W. Henley, of ,On Income Taxes Orlando. iday period for the Seniors due Brownetts as the winning troop

Jacksonville, said the meetings Taxpayers were reminded to. Before that he worked in television to the teachers conference which name. And the official number !

; will :tie in with the church's national day of the .new plan allowing and played in a profess will be Monday through Wed of the troop is Troop No. One. ,
observance of the 225th sional orchestra. This will be A leadership training course
I them to take their tax refundsIn nesday of next week. All members -
anniversary of the "Aldersgate United States Savings Bonds his third time !to participate in of the Senior Class are Invited will be offered in April. Any i

experience" of John Wesley, by District Director Laurie Tom. a revival at First Baptist Churchof to participate in the stage parent interested in helping to
British founder of Methodism. Bunnell. start Brownie
a or Girl Scout
linson of the Internal Revenue preparation and other details
The anniversary dates back to Service. I Rev. Pinner emphasized that which will allow the show to be troop for their child, may contact I

1738 when Wesley, a priest of Beginning with (the 1962 ins I the public is cordially invited ready for opening night next, Joy Stefllk or Alice Johns I
the Church of attend .
England, attended to these inspiring evan
dividual tax return, eligible tax. Thursday. I '
a prayer meeting at a little gelistic services.
payers will be given the oppor- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal,
I
chapel on Aldersgate Street in
tunity of taking :their refundsin newcomers to Flagler County
London."I School
Series E Savings Bonds, in and both talented musicians, Holiday 2
felt" my heart strangely addition to the standard optionsof New Business will add Gay 90 music. The
warmed, Wesley said in describing Days Next Week
cash or applying the refundto audience will also have a chance:
the experience which next year's tax. Established Here to participate when Master of I Monday through
Inspired him to( become an Wednesdayof
When savings bonds are chos. Ceremonies, Walter Morris leads next week will be
a holiday
within the
evangelist establish.
en, the smallest possible number Flagler county's newest business them in a few old fashion for all I
Flagler school
ed church and to launch county
the IOngs'j
Is Bunnell Auto Supply Mr.s Clarence I
of the highest denominationbonds Weaver children. School will r
Methodist movement that later open again r
Company, a wholesale automo charge of the posters advertisingthe
will be issued, along witha Thursday morning for the be-
became a denomination.
separate check to cover any remaining tive supply parts business. The show and these will go up ginning of the second semesterof
Primary purpose of the meetings -: owner of the new business is
I balance of a dollar or more. throughout the county Friday the school term.
Bishop Henley said, is "to'i, 7. W. Tingley, also owner of the T V. Bob Henderson will pro-
call Methodists under the guidance trlcts; February 17.24, DeLand Sinclair Oil Co. bulk plant. : vide spot announcing for the The time closed will be usedas I
of the Holy Spirit to seek I district; February 21-March 3, The new business is located show by way of mobile loud. work days for the teachers, I

new life in Christ and the I I Tampa and St Petersburg districts in the building formerly occupied I' speaker unit with the assistance according to the school calendar.go .
church, and to witness out of ; March 3.10, Gainesville by Rodgers Grocery, at 500, of members of the Senior Class.

a heart warming experience that I 1 I district; March 10-17, Jacksonville South State St. (U.S. Highway I There are at the present time toward the class trip to
Jesus Christ is Lord. Lakeland and Miami districts
One).
I approximately 15 talented acts Nassau in May. The class has
Dates of !the weeklong "NewLife" I I ; ;March 17.24, Orlando district Mr Tingley said he will deal I which will be presented to the more than $627 in their treas.
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a4 fol1 meetings, .... by districts are I I ......",,+I_.... ...." 1." ,_"...._ f in. tractor and.automotive parts. I pUblic. These Include dance ury at the prwarit time TH. ,



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday January 17
1963
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I Seale 02-4 1 2 VARSITY BOYS LEAD IN

E. Tucker 44-5 2 12 TEAM FOUL SHOOTINGFta !f LIGHT BULLDOZING

Townsend 1 2.3 0 4
iSPOR7 Grace 01-2 01 Ftm Per I Fill Dirt. Building Sand Shell
Varsity 188 106 56
Cowart 00-0 00
I Puppetters 83 37 45 I ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON

9 12-208 30 Baby Bulldogs 112 43 44 I HE 9.2357-Flagler Beach
; : I
[ Crescent. City B Squad-
; IiTtJTBy / ::1 ) Fg Ft F Tl I PUPPETEERS TROUNCE : NOTICE
ORANGE PARK FOR I I Notice Is hereby given that the
Harp 2 0-0 0 4 I Board of Public Instruction of
( Burry McKnight) Fg Ft F 11 20th STRAIGHT
WIN
Tudor 2 0.4 5 4 f Klagltr County is planning to construct
Newbold 3 0.1 4. 6 two class rooms for the
VARSITY BOYS WHIP 2.6 Terrell 0 0-0 1 0 The Puppeteers Jumped i In I kindergarten department.The .
14
Smith 6 4 Board Is interested In receiving
Ashley 11-2 1 3 front at the start and never
& written applications from Interested
CRES ENT CITY 48 TO 43 King 4 1.2 4 9
Ross 31-237 headed out classed parties capable of full
were as they
Knott 1 1.1 2 3 I time supervising and constructionand
The Bunnell varsity boys overwhelmed Dennis 13-315 Warner 00-010 Orange Park 48 to 20 for their of performing on-the-Job work.
Harris 32-2 2 8 \1110 furnish the necessary tool
Crescent City Friday West 22-256 20th straight win. and equipment to do the Job.
night with consistent scoring efforts Forward Barbara Weaver lethe < Applications must be received by
Causey 0 0.1 1 0 the 23rd day A. D.
from each of the starting 11 4.10 13 26 attack as she hit for 22 1963, not later ofh'nanrha'h i our of

players, Harry Kuleskl and 17 9.1623 4 3 Quarter score points on 10 field goals and 2 Superintendent 9 A. M. o'clock In of the Public office Instruction of the-

Quentin Emery led the Bunnell : Quarter score- Bunnell 9 14 18 30 from the charity line. Also In house.in the Flagler County Court-

scoring with 12 points each, and Bunnell 15 29 35 48 Crescent City 7 13 18 26 double figure for the Puppeteers, Please state rates of pay expected -
every one of the starting five Sharon Townsend had 14 points. I for supervision and on-the-job
Crescent City 10 20 28 431 HOLD : work flans for the building
hit at least 50 per cent of his FOLK FOUL Gena Timmer and Jane Ryan I be Inspected at the Superintendent can
'
foul shots. Jim Brown led in BAIT BULLDOGS ST&HQE I SHOOTING LEAD FOR BOYS were .top scorers for Orange Park of County Public Courthouse Instruction, during omce. regular Flagler

this department with 80 per cent. AGAIN, WIN 6th STRAIGHT Tommy Polk of the Varsity with 9 and 6 points. oiHce hours.

Bunnell had at least a five Although the Baby Bulldogs and Walton Cowart of the Bab Pappeteersy reject The any Board and reserves all applications.the right to

point lead at the end of every seemed to be having) an off Bulldogs are again the leading Fg Ft F 11 Sth Dated day at of iunnell Florida, this
January A.D. 1983.
quarter, but in the fourth it be. night, they managed to beat the foul shooters for the boys. They A. Tucker 1 1 1 3 UAYMON TUdKER.:

came a point for point battle, Crescent City B Team for a 30.26 both have the same percentagesthat S. Townsend 7 2' 0 14 Jan. 10-17 Chairman-2tc of the Board

with Crescent City, led by little I'victory, their sixth straight of they ''held last week, Polk B. Weaver 10 7 0 22

((5 feet 6 Inch) Dickie Smith and the season. with 73 per cent and Cowart M. Blakely 1 7 1 3 bids HID will REQUESTSealed be received In

his 14 points, striving to catch Elbert Tucker led the scoring with 69 per cent B. Tucker 0 0 0 ,0 City the office of Bunnell of the ,City Florida Clerk, in of the the

up. The Bulldogs came out on for the Baby Bulldogs with 12 Jim Brown, who went four out S. Hargett 1 1 1 3 Civic Center building, on or before

cop, however, to win 4843. points, and he also sunk 80 per of five from the line Friday nights B. Cummins 0 1 0 0 day of 12:00 February o'clock,noon A. D., on 1863 the 4th for

Bunnell also played a better cent of his foul shots. As a team doing In on the varsity lead M. Stemk 0 0 0 0 the Drill following one (1): gravel wall well

defensive game, committingonly the Bulldogs found it hard at I with a 11 per cent mark followedby C. Utnson 0 0 0 0 In accordance with the following

13 fouls. ten less than Crescent times to sink the field goals, Quentin Emery with 68 per C. Pache 0 1 0 0 specifications Rotate a 26": hole at least JO feet

City.Bunnell but they were better than average cent. S. Townsend 0 3 3 3 or to the top of the water- bear-
log formation and set
: concentrically
A Boy*- from the foul line, endingthe Fta Ftm PerT. : therein a 20' O. D. wrought

Fg Ft F Tl game with a 60 per cent Polk (var) 18 13 73J. 2023 8 48 Ing steel under casing pressure and grout cement by pump-to nil

Q. Emery 52-3 l' 12 mark. Brown (var) 17 12 71 Orange Park- up the annular space between the
open hole and the 20"
Kuleskl 3 6.105 12 The Baby Bulldogs will be Q. Emery (var) 22 15 68 Fg Ft F 11 After the cement has casing.been allowed -

Morris 32-448 ooking for victory number seven R. Morris (var) 38 22 58 M. Holmes 0 1 0 0 drilled; to to the set,bottom the hole of the to wa-be

Brown 24-5 1 3 next Friday night against Die B H. Kuleskl (var) 51 25 49 1. Ryan I 3 4 0 6 ter bearing formation. A 10"
stainless
Moody 24.728 here in Bunnell. B. Moody (var) 28 11 36 G. Timmer 3 6 3 9 steel 40' gravel In length screen to approximately be-

R. Tucker 00-0 0 0 Bunnell B Squad- W Cowart (RB) 13 9 69 S. Robertson ,0 2 O. 0 steel connected pipe to and a placed line of In 10"the black well

Fg Ft F Tl J. Seale (BB) 20 10 50 W Hendrix 0 2 0 0 so that the screen will be set opposite

15 18.29 13 48 Anderson 12-3 1 4 B. Anderson (BB) 19 7 37 D. Gates 0 1 0 0 so that the the water fine sand bearing may formation be pumped -

Crescent City A Boys- Knight 31-347 E. Tucker (BB) 26 9 35 B. Campbell 2'4 1 5 such out and rePlaced by gravel in
a manner as to allow the
S. Fink'O. 0 0 0 water to flow freely through the

D. Nelson: 0 ,I 0 0 gravel well and to screen. for
pa7ftCy and awbedotw8nted ca-

The location of this well Is to
8 21 4 20 be Where we may direct on such

Quarter scoring: and property recorded a. Is as rightfully belonging ta owned the

Bunnell 5'' 20 11 12 City 01 Bunnt'Il, lufflclent space,
being
Orange. Park 0 8 8 4 egrelll the allowed Pr your for equipment the Ingress and and for

Continued To Page 8 same.ALSO.advantageous:, operation; of
:
Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune bins Quote on one.(1) vertical tur-
S2.SO A Year In Advance vertical pump hoilowehaft complete electric with 8 h> p>

1/"60/% J00' discharge base motor with
? opening go ft setting
/ RCA VICTOR I steel of 6"shaft, bowl and 74"' stainless
assembly 10 ft.
I II LIVING COLOR TV 51 Ii".rV-Jlmpfed-a? 'installed

' "LOOK FOIl THUS 1'ICTfUK << ?! ". T. d. 180 gpm
j tr 1 11t .t IN TilE WINDOW be Didion the welltand pumpnmust
Southern Radio & Television submitted I'parately.
Each
226 E. Granada-Ph. bid shall be addressed ta
4 OR 7.2001 the City Com
minion. .
I'
ORMOND I Bunnell O. Box b.
t ) Iorlda. .
The City ComJect
, mllslonera re..v.. th. .I._... ,_ __
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any and all bids and
also to
ORMOND accept
the
PRESCRIPTION bid that in Its Judgment
will be for the
best
PHARMACYSick Interest"f the
City of Bunnell
S _ I Room SuppUes-Sundries eaTOWh'Sr 4"and official
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 963.: y January A. D.

24-Hour Prescription Service C. BK'' 'nbach. Mayor

; Free Delivery in Flagler Beach ATTEST City :of Bunnell, Florida.
1 Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk"Re
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1111 Jan. 10.17-2tc -


4 $ JLDGI/IY Till IN AND COURT FOR 0. COUNTY
SS TV SERVICEALL ('O'NT'. 'I.onIOA. IN I'IlODATY'LAGLKIL
l'A S 3: NO. 8.10.
,. / : ESTATE OF
,. MAKES CHRISTY FINCH Deceased
.. Agent For NOTICI OF' I'RODATE
I THE ESTATE INTERESTED
OF SAID DJCE -.

lighten your day from breakfast to RCA & PHILCQ written You DINT are:instrument hereby notified purporting that to a

/ TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD said hdecedentllhasn beent ot

bedtime..with FULL HOUSI-POWIffi AND INSTALLED hereby to probate In this court. admitted You are
commanded' within six calendar .
TUBES TESTED FREE first months from the date of the
publication 01 this notice
Plug;in a cord. ..your coffee perks, eggs saving appliances at peak efficiency. Your appear II In this court and show to

fry, toast pope up. TV picture won't shrink. ..your radio TV BobFLAGLER action cause of any this yoU court can in why the

Twist a dial.. .your clothes washer goes won't lade... and lights won't dim or Und laid will unrevoked.to probate should admitting not
turned
flicker when other appliances are
.to work.. .your electric dishwasher frees T. K. MCKNIGHT
on.You'll have enough wiring for all your
you from a never-ending tedious chore. BEACH County Judge ,
needs and never have to worry about overloaded FlorldL
Flip a switch . your vacuum cleaner circuits. PHONE HE 9.2204 1963.First publli anion on January 3nt,

sweeps...your blender mixes. J Jan. 3-10-17-U-Uc
In the kitchen, modern electric range With FULL HOUSEPOWER you'll also -
your l1Y
have ample switches and convenient out TilE COURT OF
COUNTY'"UUG.
makes cooking cleaner, faster and cooler .: 11Y
...and a flameless! electric water heater lets to eliminate the urn of double sockets QJlr? tflaglrr Sribinu COUNTY. .FLORIDA ANn FOIL IY Pltonu'E JrLGLER,
and extension cords. Youll really enjoy V.'Ioi": N o. 830.
supplies plenty of hot water. Yea....Inenways
FULL HOUSEPOWER fa the maximum benefits of your biggest DUNNELL. FLORIDA In He: ESTATE OF
CHHISTY FINCH. Deceased.
the key to modern living! household bargainelecd'icitylCall NOTICE TO CREDITORS

FULL HOUSEPOWER simply means ade- your Electrical Contractor for a free MRS. M.D. FULLER. Editor Christy An creditors'nch-' deceased Ot the estate *

quate wirt;to run aH your time-and-work- wiring check-up now. n notified and required to are tile hereby any
DeilB.ted Official Publication Claims or demands
have! against e"t ltCehhitemo
... ........ ........................... said' -
f....... ............... .. ....... for Public Notice of Flaa-lcr tlce of the county Judge of Flagler
county, Florida iii the courthouse
: Every MEDALLION HOME has Full Housepouxr-100-200 amp I Co.atT Municipalities thereinatf calendar at nnell< KJorlda. within eight
months
from
the the
: service entrance wiring and plenty of switches and outlets. YrcYflameiess State of Florida Each the nm publication of this date notice.of

....................................................................... writing claim and or demand. must be in
Entered a* second class matter of residence and .tptcrVtcdS: :ce

February E. 1913. at the postofflce of the claimant' and must be worn

-I"D : )I< at Dunnc'.l. Florida under act of hIs to by attorney.the claimant or it his will agent become or

March 3. 1176. old acordlng to law.
...17'$ CHtAl'llf TOOl S/ Marcella K. Prather
Administratrix of the Estate of
FLIRIDA POWER & LIGHT CIMPANVeirito One year -.--.---11.50Six December Christy 28.Finch 1962.Deceases.

eirito FLORIDA months -...-.--.-.$liI 1963 First publication on January 3rd

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January 17, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Except for the most dedicated
inoJuJa I
q hobbyist, the modem hybrid

I roses are the hardest to grow.
(By Hervey Sharpe) 1 I 111 II'
I
Plant roses for cut flowers in
Roses are red, but you will 0
I
a separate cutting garden, because
feel blue If the neighbors plant they're far from handsome \ with these
before do. This is because *
roses you .
if pruned properly covered
roses are prestige flowers. yW RIFTY BUYS
most of the time with protective
If you excel with these thorny fungicides and strippedof I

beauties, you can take your flower buds daily.

.turn in displaying the nosegayson .

\ the church organ. Select a site in a sunny lo

You still have ample time to' cation. In :the event the bed is

get the project underway, be. located near large plants, protect SHELTON'SQUANTITY

cause the rose planting season the rose bushes from ma

will last several weeks yet.I rauding roots with a sheet of:

Listen for the chirp of robins. metal roofing buried vertically RIGHTS STORE HOURS:

:This is a sure sign that plant along the side of the bed. I RESERVED Week Day 8:00 a. m. to..7:00 p. m.

ing time is here. I Prepare the planting site priorto Prices Good Jan. 17-18-19, 1963 Saturdays 8:00 a. m. to..9:00 p. m.

You may purchase rose bushes j securing the rose bushes. If

in three forms. These are bare the soil is loose, light and sandy,

roots, in continers or burlap remove it to a depth of 15

wrapped. The latter is called inches and replace with com WILD BARGAIN DAYS !II

Infant style because of the triangle post of rotted leaves, manure

durlap and damp bottom. and rich hammock soil: For 1LYKE'S I

For the procrastinator, container best growth, be sure the replaced SUGAR CREEKSmoked

-grown roses can be plant. material is quite acid.

ed later, but will cost a fancy Many sandy soils in south Florida

price. contain too much lime for Whole or *

',' Varieties to plant can be a best rose production, say University Hams Shank Half lb. 43

problem. Old.fashioned favorites of Florida rose specialists. .

have' advantages over the .

newcomers. These include such

roses as Louis Phillippe, Minnie I Choose an overcast sky for I '""HALF CENTER
planting. First check the plant *
Francis, Marie Van Houtte and carefully and cut back the bushto lb 45 lb 79
Safrano. Often they thrive where SLICES .
four or five eyes. Trim off
the modern hybrids succumb to
all broken roots.
the deep South's tropical temperatures .

high humidity and Be su'the planting holes are ARMOUR STAR THRIFTWAY
diseases. large enough to accommodatethe

IK TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF the roots bottom without of each crowding.hole dropa In FRANKS lB. 53 *
KI.AKLKH COUNTY FLORIDA BACON 49
OVE IN rilANCKHY KJELDSEN, SO. 4w17: handful of graden fertilizer i
Plaintiff and cover lightly with top soil.

a.' Dip the roots of each plant in WORLD'S BEST I
ANN GLOB ,KJELDSEN,
Defendant. a bucket of water Just before GROUND, LEAN FIRST CUT

THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND, TO: planting. Insert the new bushso
ANN GLORIA KJELDSEN that the root system will I

You 111 Long Franklin are Daffodil Island hereby Square Avenue New notified York that a stand stood in at the the same nursery level row.that it BEEF 5 liS. $199 Pork Chops' 39 :

suit has been filed against you In With a slow stream of water
the above entitled and ,
cause
are hereby required to file; your you answer I from a hose, work the soil about

and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon, the roots, filling !the hole to the WE HAVE FRESH FISH SHRIMP MID OYSTERS !

the plaintiff or plaintiff ritorney. ground level. Pack firmly and ,
whose and address
,W name, U WAPSWORTH : put a saucer- of earth about. the
I'. O. Box m ..-
Bunnell. Floridanot plant to hold water. SHORTENING MAXWELL HOUSE WINTER GARDEN
later than February 16, A. D. I When the rose bushes beginto (
1963.If. leaf out, keep the out INSTANT FRUIT
eye
you fall to do so, decree pro
confes-o will be entered againstyou for diseases such as black spot,
for the relief demanded in the Bakenlc
bill of complaint. The nature of I brown canker, and powdery mildew .
said suit being for divorce. I COFFEE PIES
WITNESS my hand an seal of Insect pests that may
aid Court this 15th day of Jan harm the bushes will Include I
uary A. D. 1963.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE aphids, thrips, pumpkin bugs, 3 LB.
Clerk of said Circuit Court cottony-cushion scale and red Each *
By Julia
49 6 Oz.
Jievgerk spider mites. TIN 69 29
January 17-24-31 & Feb. 7-4tc
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STATE DANK NO. 407
HGFOIIT OF CONDITION OF "CITIZENS HANK OK IIUNNKLU 0..' Apple-Cherry
DUNNELL, IN BUSINESS TILE' NTATR, ON OK UECKMUKH FLORIDA 31 AT, IJHJ3 TIIH CL.OSIJ! VF Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or

ASSETS More Food Order More Food Order Limit 2 Please
Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Items In processof
collection _. .. ........?...... .......?....?. .,_. ... -.. ?."........'.........'.'..$ 369,790.91 I
United States Government obligations: direct and guaranteed 1,014ES1.J: :
Obligations of States and political subdivisions ......._._......_ 597,925.19
Other bonds, notes and debentures (Including no securities of
Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S. None
Corporate Blocks ( no stock of Federal Reserve Look What 50 Will
Bank) _..__..?....Including.".?_;._?....?...."......".'...'.??...?..,. _ ??..?..? None BuyAmerican
Loans and discounts (Including no overdrafts) ..::...:::::: 1,389,427.01 I
Bank premises owned $10,925.115, furniture & fixtures $21,591.25 33 616.80
(Bank premises owned are subject to $ no liens not assumed by hank)
Real estate owned other than bank premises ..._.._....._._._... 10.406.H
Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank
premises or other real estate ?_._.-__..........?._?......... None Beauty C. S.SWEETCQRN4For50e. Sweet
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances None
Other assets __...._......................................................outstanding....................... 4.1'19.6' "".
POTATOES S
TOTAL ASSETS ..._._............_._._._--.......83.418,777.35 SOC
LIABILITIES Limit Four
Demand deposits of Indlvtuals. partnerships, and corporations 11,042,279.63
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and Golden RipeBANANAS
corporations __._ _____.._ 1,661,277.19 303 Can
Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings
) -. ".... ""......?.<.?._.".......... .....-.... -.. 10000.00 TOMATOES 5 For SOC 4 SOC
Deposits Tiii ; and political subdivisions ':====......::: 470,637.01Deposits : :
of banks __ ...,... ., ._._ None
Certified an officers' checks etc. _.__.._...._:.._._........... 21,646.07 Limit Five
TOTAL DEPOSITS .{3,097.640.30 Gerber's Strained
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(a) Total demand deposits _____.._ 1nt.1Z8.96 King Pharr
.b) Total time and savings deposits _.._.?..$1,723,013.34
Mortgages or other liens $ none on bank premises and $none For FOOD For
on other real estate None JUNE PEAS 5 50e BABY 5 50CShurfine
Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed money __. None
Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and
outstanding ..._... None
Other liabilities. _____._............__.._1._........................... None Campbell's Tomato Spanish 3 Oz.

TOTAL LIABILITIES ....._._.......?.?..__.._....?........._._...............JOJ7,640..0 SOUP For For
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5 50e OLIVES Z 50C
Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value 100000.00
(b) Preferred stock total par value $ None total Limit FiveBush'
retlrable value $ None ___._?.__*..___..._. 100000.00 Birdseye 10 Oz. Frozen Fordhook
(c) Capital notes and debentures $_....... ...__.. ...........
Surplus __-._.._........_..._........__.......?.....?...._.?............ 1S9.000.00 Showboat 303
Undivided profits _< ...... ...ti...?... ..... ....... 48.637.05 PORK For
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) :::::: 22,600.00: AND !j-) For !:>!U- LIMAS % 50C

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................._........-........................:7 32l.137.05' BEANS

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...................... UU17UII Duke Canned Carnation Tall

S1RMOIIANDA DOG FOOD 8 For MILK 4 For SOC
Assets pledged or assigned' to secure liabilities and for other 50e \

ties purposes sold (with including agreement notes and to repurchase bills rediscounted..._.and securl-......... 694,000.00
( ) Loans shown above after deduction of valuation
a as
reserves of ?"...'....are._'''.' '.......?-..... 33,500.00
(b) Securities -.h 'w above 'rii'after deduction of valuation 25 FREE 25 FREE 50 FREE
of .....-. ".....-........ ..... '..... ."........... .. ..........-....'?;..''' None .
I, {. B:1JtSV. Peaty: cashier: of the; above-named bank, do solemnly VALUE STAMPS
TOP
wear that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best ofmy TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
knowledge and belief. With $5.00 or
more
I Correct-Attest. Howell V. Peaty with the purchase of with the purchase of
Food Order
n. W. Cody
Charles Lily J. Creal E. Creal Giant Size 1 Lb. Velveeta and this Coupon atSHELTON'S

Directors Fab. Cheese
State of Florida. County of Flagler, si: GROCERY
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of January. 1943 Coupon Void 1.19-63 Coupon Void 119-63 Coupon Void 11963Thursday
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
My commission expires June 30. 1964. Camle C. Lynn Notary Public.l










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II jfag Beach'


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f, WSCS SMORGASBORD- for all ages. At the 11 A. M. i

SET FOR FEBRUARY 8 I worship service Rev. R. W. Dick. ,
Mrs. Charles Dally and Mrs. ert will speak .on "Three Great
Clarence Shultz were hostesses:I Factors in Human Life.. : FLORIDA GRADE "A"

when Christian the Service Woman's met Society last Of. Mr. Gulick flew his plane down 'I Whole POUND 29LIMIT
.
day In the church building. for the oversight visit with his FRYERS

Devotions were In charge of aunt.
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw and the I John Gulick from Belle Glade, s
subject was the meaning of the Ohio, paid an unexpected visitto 3 PLEASE
in our modem his aunt Mrs. Emma Kulp.
word "Neighbor"
I world. ] OUR SPECIALTY-CHOICE STEAKS & ROASTS-PROPERLY CUT

Mrs. Reynold Hoover, promo. I,EDWIN SPIVEY
tion secretary, reported that she SERVING WITH Armour Star Tender Smoked Palm River SlicedBACON .._
and Mrs. Roger Hoose visited
the Methodist orphanage in I THE SIXTH FLEET or Lb *
HamsWhole
*
Daytona abundance Beach of canned and carried food given an Edwin L. Spivey, Chief com 49 49

missaryman USN, son of Mr.
by the children and adults at CENTER SLICES LB.
and Mrs. Edwin Spivey of Flag 8ge
Christmas time.
ler Beach is serving aboard the
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw was appointed
USS which has
destroyer Perry
chairman of the annual Copeland's Lean MeatFRANKS
Fresh Boston Butt
rejoined the Sixth Fleet in the
Smorgasbord and the date was
set for Friday, February 8th, Mediterranean after a tour of 12 OZ.
Perk Li.
duty in the Middle East *
5 to 7 P.M. The affair will be Roast 49 39
During the cruise, the Perry
held in the church building this Pkg.
participated in: a joint American.
and the various Swedish
year I Iranian naval exercise in the
dishes will be served along with
Persian Gulf and visited portsin
many old favorites. Tickets will Yemen, Aden, Saudi Arabia,
be sale this week, it was announced .
on and other countries in the Red MAXWELL HOUSE Lfc.
by Mrs. Keith Lovell, COFFEE' 39
Sea and Persian Gulf areas.
president.The .
Can
program was given by DR. THOBURN TO
Miss Dorothy Romans and the
SPEAK AT WOMANS
subject was "Rim of the Orient" CLUB WEDNESDAY Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Miss Homans showed colored
Robert Thoburn, Doctor'.ofDental
and charts, which she
maps
i Surgery, of
hand painted, to the group of Beach, will Daytona Henderson's LB.
be guest speaker at
about 30 present. She also re
a meeting of the Flagler Worn-
1 viewed the book "On Asia's SUGAR 5 ,39
ans Club on Wednesday eveningat BAGLimit
Rim" by Arthur T. Roy. 7:30. Superfine ,

Dr. Thoburn has served in all

Dr. LaFayette Walker from the offices of the Florida Dental Society 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Dept.'of Religion at Stetson University is a member and past ----
supplied the pulpit at .president of the American Academy Roya'' PurplePlums Musselman's
the Baptist Church last Sunday I of Dentistry and is the
In the absence of Rev Stevens. author of '75 Years of Dentistry"
212 APPLE is Oz. nnt
00'CRS.
g
Rev. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens published In 1960. His subject 4 $1
t and son, Cameron, were visiting for the evening, will be "Social SAUCE & Jars UU
in Tallahassee for a few days. ized Medicine". There will be a
question and answer period. Dr.

METHODIST CHURCHRev. .Allen Reynolds will Introduce American Beauty Cream Style Red Dart Italian Green
Reynold Hoover invites r Dr. Thobum.
everyone to attend the services Members of the Club said a 303
each Sunday. Sunday school I social hour will follow the pro. CornSMH Beans 8 $1 00
time is 9:45 and worship houris gram and refreshments will be : Cans
at 11 o'clock. A ,nursery is served. The public is Invited td,
available for small children. attend.
.
The Bible study class will Joan of Arc Red Kidney Van Camp's
meet as usual at the Hoovers Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I
at 7 P.M. Vogel are Mrs Kate Lenk and 2 '
WH
Wednesday, January 23, at 7 her daughter, Erika from Chi. Beans 4 $1 4 212 $100and

P.M., the DeLand District Project cago. Mr. and Mrs. Lenk were Cans BEANS 1 Cans
meeting will be held at: the former neighbors of the Vogels
Grace Methodist Church in St. before they retired to Flagler

Augustine. A similar meetingwill Beach thirteen years ago. Other Pert Extra Soft WhiteNapkins Bath Size Woodbury
be held In Daytona Beach guests are Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff .
Monday, the 21st Anyone wishing from Hartford, Conn. Ba
to attend, please call Rev. Mrs. Vogel is recovering nicely V 1 o I SOAP 6 r 65
Hoover. Officers of the churchare from her recent accident. Pkg.
urged to attend.
GARDEN CLUB NEWS Save 28c
I FROZEN FOODS ,
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Marie Brede and Mrs.
Sunday school is at 9:45: each i) Dorothy Burnham were hostesses GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
Sunday and at the 11 o'clock I at the Garden Club meet. 9 Oz. Birdseye French Style Mcintosh

worship hour Rev. Atlee Stevensis ing which was held at the Worn. I
the pastor. Training Union ans Club building. Green Beans 'kg. 23* Lbs.
each Sunday at 6:15 P.M. and The Club president, Mrs. Ray Apples 2 25*
evening worship at 7:30. The Martell presided at the meeting
Youth Felowshlp will be follow which was attended by 19 mem
ing the evening service at the bers. Mrs. Burnham introducedher
pastorlum. guests Melissa PhIlbrick and 8 Oz. Winter Garden Yellow CookingONIONS
Prayer ,meeting is held each (Continued on Page 10)
Wednesday at 7:30: P.M. and TURKEY For ; LB.
choir practice follows the servo I Highsmith Monument Co. CHICKEN P.les 2 35/1 5*

ice. 311 North Orange St. BEEF

New Smyrna Beach, Fla.j
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Phone GArden 8-5464
CHURCH NEWS Mrs. L. D. Highsmith & I I
Sunday school time is at 9:45A. Louis D. Highsmith Owners No. 1 Can Campbell'sPotato ea. No. 1 Georgia SweetPotatoes

.M. each Sunday, with classes

.. T T ...,.,. 'T i I or Soup 1QC LB. 10*

REOPENINGFRIDAY I Pea and Ham I9Y


I FLAGLER FOOD STORE

JANUARY 18th ,qA MEATS ,

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A1A RESTAURANT cMOTEl J I .

FLAGLER MOODY JBLVD, & CENTRAL AVE. FLAGLER BEACH
GLENN and RUTH MILLER
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE I I PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT., JAN 17.18-19, 1963

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January 17, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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"Plant Tree shovel handlers Include public In Florida Arbor Day was observed Florida's latitude Is so varied, Arbor Day program. This year' ,
a officials on festive occasions< on several different dates of course, some types are more; nearly 250 grade schools and
clergymen, teachers, students, until the legislature officially suitable In a given locality than high schools throughout the
With Hands"Friday
our girl scouts, boy scouts, conser designated the third Friday In others. The exotics are fine for state ordered seedlings before
vationists/garden clubs, rangers, January. Arbor Day this year is Arbor Day planting. the January 9 deadline.
Arbor Day"Plant youngsters, oldsters, laymen Friday, January 18. .
But then, there are the old Arbor Day is a tribute to the
a tree with your hands. alike. :' The Floridian with a yen for reliables too, like the slash pine, tree. For the tree shows as no
You will care more" for it thana I Though Florida citizens first planting trees-and he has 314 I or shortleaf, loblolly, sand pine, other thing the beauty and the'
whole forest! and longleaf. It is the pine bounty of nature.
observed Arbor Day in 1886- native species plus many intro
At least that's what a 19th which most nearly typifies the
more than three-quarters of a duced species of trees to choose
century poet thought about massive made in Florida's
steps
century ago-Nebraska claims from-has a wider choice than
planting trees, quite a few years the first official observance, followed any other state. Any kind of commercial reforestation duringthe Although the University of
before the first Arbor Day celebration quickly by Ohio. Arbor tree seems proper for the plant past 35 years. Florida began year-round opera
1872. was held in America in Day is purely American in origin ing: gold trees, silk oaks, eucalyptus Each year, the Florida Forest tlons this' year under the trimester t.
though tree planting festivals dogwood, cedar, mag- Service makes available 50 slash system, only a very few
Since then millions of trees were held even in ancient nolia, or the Sunshine State's pine seedlings to any school in of Its buildings are air con-.
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have'been planted. Arbor Day times. official tree the Cabbage palm. I-the state planning to hold an dltloned.STARTING .
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 17, 1968

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seed. Harvest the seed pods Winners NamedIn the girls' and boys' divisions in honorable mention awards. The j

{Gardening In Florida soon after they turn yellow and the various age and grade prizes ranged from dolls, try*
I
,... *'(L"By, Kerrey Sharps) begin to break open. Removethe Fun Contest groups were notified of their selection cycles and telephone sets, to bi .

seeds from the pods, dry I for prizes this week. cycles, radios, phonographs,

The amaryllls is like some individuals them for a few .days and then Prizes in the 1962 Florida Summer watches, cameras and outboard
Teachers of the various first
-It Is more attractive sow them in a flat. Be sure the Fun Contest have been boat motor.
place winners in both the girls
when on a diet. soil Is well drained and partial. awarded throughout the countryto
and classifications
boys were notified
ly shaded. Harden the Infant more than 700 girls and boys
The secret of profuse amaryllls that they were being
plants by gradually exposing ranging from preschool age to
awarded United States Saw
flowering is a starvation diet. them to Ole, Sol's rays senior high school students, $25

When preparing the bed for the WenelJ Jarrard, chairman.director I ins Bonds.

bulb, spade in only a pound of i Indoor gardeners who can't of the Florida Development I I The contest, which closed October .

low analysis fertilizer such as; wait for nature to take its Commission announced. 1 and was judged in subsequent .

a 4.8.8 per 100 square feet of course, can force amaryllis to I weeks by the Journalism

bed area. Then add a mere 16 flower at any time of the year. First place winners, runners- Department at the University of

ounces of fertilizer a couple of For this Inside Job, pot a ma. up and those receiving honor. Florida, required the coloring of

times during the growing sea ture bulb with one-half to two- able mention awards in both cartoons depicting Florida scenes J

thirds of the bulb above the soil and activities encountered durIng

son.The and maintain a constant temperature mercury solution. before- plant summer vacations by preschool
is be.
amaryllis popular bit of luck and '
With a ing. and primary grade 1.23
cause it is a mult1 use flower.. not too much coddling a tall, If the fungus shows on the entrants
These lily-like, bell-shaped beauties
walking cane-like stem will plants, fight the disease with a Participants from intermediate

are used in border planting, jump forth from the bulb and' neutral copper spray at the'rate: grades 4.5.6 were requiredto you ,can Foretell ;
in beds and as specimen plants. '
become decked with a cluster of 1 ounce In 2 gallons of water. link numerals completing the

Indoor gardeners can also of bell-shaped flowers. : Root and bulb rot fungi also drawing of an alligator, in color the future \
them as potted plants.
grow
i ravage amaryllis. These dis, and write a statement about
Planted now the bulbs will Diseases are not a serious I II
eases cannot be cured. But the something they saw or did in
orbit from their underground problem In amaryllis production, An adequate income for your
I plant pests can be prevented by Florida in not more than 25
launching site into an extrava but it Is a sound practice to loved ones-the assurance of
the seed bulbs in
starting or words.
ganza of color in six to eight keep an eye open for a fungus college for your children-
clean soil that has fumigated and
been Students in the junior financial
weeks. Bulbs are now on sale known as "red blotch. protection against
or treated with steam. senior high school grades of 7 accidents-retirement income
at garden centers, five and dime
stores and at supermarkets. Col. These red spots form on Insects don't usually gnaw on through 12 submitted a completed -foretell them all with a well-

leaves, stems and petals. The amaryllis. Occasionally the lubber Florida map outlining organized insurance program
or selections Includp, red, pink,
spots on foliage are bright red grasshopper and the cater. shortest possible automobile through your: Farm Bureau
white and combinations of these
colors. to purplish, small at first but :pillar stage of the Spanish moth I routes to Florida's numerous Insurance Company! See your

increasing to large blotches later feed on the plants. You may!state and national parks having local Farm Bureau Insurance
!
Bulbs are graded according to
Size. These are Exhibition, Se. Heavily'infested plants may control the Insects with a spray |camping facilities, as well as Its agent today!

wither and dry up before producing of 3 level tablespoons of either !many memorials and museums,
and John W. MartinFARM
lected Field Run. For the f
flowers 40 per cent toxaphene wettable| along with a 25-word statement
best possible dash of color,
pay powder or 40 per cent chlordane> Four to six prizes-were designated BUREAU INSURANCE
the extra price for the Exhibition soak
the disease
r To prevent wettable powder in a gallon of|: for both girls and boys Palatka EA 5.5822
.
bulbs in a 1:1,000 bichloride of water. 1 in the various divisions, plus Crescent City: OW 3-3792
Too much shade'or soil too .
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rich in nitrogen also causes

flower failure. Bulbs planted In 'THE BOOK NOOKDRAG What every grower wants in a

deep shade often die, so seeka

sunny spot for the best showof DOLL

color. By R. W. Campbell SOUTHERN POTATOWIRE

If want to "
you propagate : Jet"j
Johnson was the only son
amaryllis by cuttage, then make He had
of a well to do family.
use of a sharp knife at bulb everything that he \ could possibly WORM! JNJJt: ;CTXCIDEtta :
digging time during Indian
want, that is except
Summer. Cut the bulbs into a
friends.
number of pieces-up to 60
After he wrecks his slightly
pieces if desire. Be
you sure
souped-up Olds, while draggingon
each piece has a portion of the
he
a new asphalt highway,
stem tissue or basal plate of the ,.
finds himself .in real trouble. '
bulb attached to the scales. 'I" :'
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Then he meets Sally (Mitch) t, l
Next, dust the wedge with .
Mitchell. Her father owns a garage
ferbam or thiram to diseases
prevent
and with his help, Jet buysa
and then set the
cuttingsin half finished hot rod. He and
flats in beds
or containinga Mitch work on the hot rod to.

mixture of peat and sand or gether, until it Is ready for the w' st '
other porous medium. '
track.
If the weather Is humid, small
Jet, along with some of the
bublets will form between the
other boys In his city get ,together .
scales of the cut pieces in about
and form a hot rod club. I '
four weeks. These will be readyfor
The name of the club is the
potting or planting after
Marland Modifiers, and nick.
one growing season.
named the Marmods. The clubis
You can grow amaryllis fromfSIMIlP'
planning on having a car

show In order to show the par

ents in their town :the truth

WREN, ; YOU GQ About their club. Jet is put In "

charge of the show arrange

ments. Just before the show is

ready, Mitch gets burned in afire

caused by an enemy of YOU GET ALLADVANTAGES

Jet's. There is a possibility that '

Mitch may never see again.

I Then the day of the show LI; WITHDIAZINON

comes around, and Mitch is

voted Queen of the Hot Rod

Show. The same day, the doctors .

SO CONFIDENTLY find that she will ,be able

to see after all. : :

WITH When all this is over, Jet not

RiLV1i only discovers that he knows

NAPA more about cars than ever before .

but that he has more
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PARTS I Don't Settle for Less!
friends.Library
Assistant,
Supm Saris wthQudrti
.: I torti nd fappfcwYfhy Sue Cobb. How to protect potatoes from Southern potato wireworms-plantinj

-:1:I drive with"'worry as your -TV HOSTESS-- to harvest Before planting, apply Diazinon-either wettable powder ,

uninvited passenger? Start Jeanne Bowman 'I I or emulsion-as a soil application in sufficient water according to label '

I'I happy and stay happy-drive la Would you like to read a \ instructions. Disc or mix thoroughly into top layer of the soil. Result-
and get your car checked by a ," Southern potato wireworm control'til harvest.Use Diazinon f for :
#. qualified service repair mechanic. book that will Interest you until > foliage
And, when parts need replace: the last page? If so read insects, too. Used later as a foliar spray, Diazinon controls flea beetles, I

J ment Farts, get are NAPA made by Parts.America's NAPA T. V. Hostess. It is about a Colorado potato beetles and dipterous leaf miners. ,

leading automotive parts manu. young girl, who caught the flu
facturers. You can't buy them in and her boss gave her a portable I Depend upon this outstanding insecticide as your standard potato '

the they're 5 and made 10 or professionals ordinary stores-to T. V. set insect control. Now with lower prices, every grower can afford Diazinon. ,

make the most dependable repairs She started watching It' very

money can buy. NAPA' carefully and admired the news Don't snare your crop with Southern potato wireworms-or later with

ISign it of Good to look Service.for the man.. After she* was well, she foliage insects. Remember if your insecticide doesn't work-it will cost 1

got a job at the T.V broadcasting you time money,and probably a good part of your harvest.Get DUilnoa

Bunnell Auto SupplyCO. station.To right now-the dependable insecticide proved for truV' outstanding
about these two
learn more control of Southern potato wireworms.

you should come to our libraryat
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teJM outer of cfemkaJs for modem
500 So. STATE STREET once.Library Assistant, 'I qrlcUItUre. ,

BUNNELL, FLORIDA Carolyn Harris. OCIQY AGRICULTURAL. CHEMICALS 0nOwnlcdCortontbn't. *MM. Mvr ftOl'Aidii ,;NY3

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Florida Minerals ranks first In the production of I Commissioner Larson said the
| staurolite, an abrasive and of depletion of the plan, which provides
fuller's earth a clay used as an a method for drivers who
i Double in I 10 Years
absorbent"All i I are Unable to buy coverage on
:i 'The value of minerals produced of these unusual prod. 'the open market to secure Insurance -
LOCALS In Florida doubled during ucts, extracted in limited quantities .. has been brought about
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the past 10 years, reaching are singularly essentialto by a tightening of regulations
;$190,061,000 last year, the FlorIda specialized manufacturing governing the plan and by
| State Chamber of Commerce techniques. Together they were (I closer screening of applications
MR. AND MRS. KNIGHT I FLAGLER B P W CLUB i I reports. worth $41,956,000 last year, a In an office opened recently In
HOST TO MUSIC MEETS TONIGHT AT lump sum which also Included Jacksonville for that purpose.
FESTIVAL STUDENTSMr. 'This value Is at the mine. cement and petroleum producedin He said, "drivers who can
and Mrs. Walter Knight CIVIC CENTER I level and therefore represents, Florida. avoid getting into the assignedrisk

entertained a group of students The Flagler Business and Pro. the worth ft the raw materials. "Other Florida minerals of a plan save an average of
from Tampa Friday night at a fessional Woman's Club will I Processing Into a wide variety' general character, with their' $15 each by purchasing auto
buffet supper at their home, meet tonight at the Bunnell of chemicals, stone, clay, cement 1962 values were crushed stone liability coverage at open market
Haw Creek. The students were Civic Center for their February I Florid d other products, $34,341,000; clays $7,494,000; I rates." --_.*
from Hillsborough High School meeting. both In and outside the sand and gravel $5,894,000; lime I The figure adds up to more
and Plant High School and were Hostesses for this month will : state, adds many millions more $4,813,000; peat $151,000; and I than $200,000 since the tightened
In Daytona Beach for the Music be Shirley .Chambers and Gwen !! In values of the finished goods. natural !gas $6,000. II I I rules went into effect last May,

Clinic. McGriff. "Florida's position as a pro. Florida's rank In peat produc I Larson said. Applications have
Chaperoning the group was Mrs. Andree Springer, Finance I ducer of minerals rests upon the I Lion is third in the nation; and I declined steadily since May, and
Mrs. Knight's sister Mrs. Horace Chairman will be in' charge of : uniqueness 0 f the minerals in crushed stone ninth. The total I the commissioner Indicated the ,
Locke of Tampa. the program. The. topic will be !I found in the state. Well known value, which has been ad. trend should continue.
Others present were Evelyn "Finances". is the fact that Florida phos l'I justed to eliminate duplications,
Barchard, Lona Davis, Karen phate deposits are the most ex ranks the state 24th among the TRIBAL DIFFERENCES
Hawkins, David Lacke, HIldeth tensive and productive of any I ISO states." Brazil's Trumai Indians believe
Richard Yelvington of Chicago, in the nation and furnish an.
Luxon, Kathy Thomas, of Hills- 1 I I the sun created all tribes ex
son of Mrs. Laurie Yelvington of nually about 70 per cent of the
borough High, and Robert Kna- the neighboring who
cept Suya,
Bunnell, is a patient in the Halifax I nation's output. Florida produc
ble of Plant High.DEBORAH \ Auto Liability are descended from snakes. The
Hospital In Daytona Beach. tion last year came to 14,074,000
Suya, a people of the River
He became ill while visiting long tons with mine value of Xlngu
Risk'Applicants
I here with his mother.He ,$97,372,000. Assigned were greatly feared until
ANN MILLER they made peaceful contact with
is formerly of Daytona "In the production of ores of I II
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller I ; : Drop the outside world in 1959, the
Beach where he star the atomic
was a I -age metal, titanium,
National Geographic Magazinesays.
announces the arrival of a
tackle of the Mainland High Florida ranks second among the Monthly applications for as. .
daughter born Sunday, January School team. He also played :states and first In the mining I signed risk plan auto liability
6. She weighed seven pounds professional football with the of monazite, a related mineral. have dropped from 5,300 in May,
ten ounces and has been given New York Giants. He is now ::1 The state produces virtually all 1962, to fewer !than 3,000 In December Egypt's pleasure loving ancients .
the of Deborah
name Ann. with the FBI.METHODIST. of the national volume of the State Insurance Commissioner decorated their tombs with
ores of zirconium and hafnium, I J. Edwin Larson said pictures of parties In the belief ',
Mrs. Clara Westenheffer of I !two nUclear.age metals. Florida this week. that the fun would go on forever. \

Harrisburg, Pa., arrived recently CHURCHANNOUNCEMENTS --- -
f6r a visit With Mrs.' Flossie I
Richardson., She Is a former resident

of Flagler County and will I I The Church School meets at
be remembered as Clara Bruner 10 o'clock Sunday morning and
of Haw Creek. I; worship service is at 11 o'clock.

I The Methodist Youth Fellowship
meeting Is at. 6 P. M at the
ROTARY CLUB OYSTER church.
ROAST TONIGHT AT Wednesday choir practice is
D. D. MOODY HOME at 5 P M. Anyqne Interested In
The Rotary Club Oyster' Roast I.singing la ,the.:,choir !Is- invitedto 1
will be at the D. D. Moody home, attend the practice.The r "
401 North Anderson street, at Friendly Circle will meetat
seven o'clock tonight All memo 8 o'clock tonight at the homeof
bers of (the Club and their fam Mrs. Harry Atkinson with sd
f4' i'4Q
ilies are invited to attend. The Mrs. William Spicer, Jr., as co-
Club has invited several others hostess. All members are Invited

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You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror ./ 3a
his assistant will be present in the various pre- Y
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland
Intangible Property, and applications for Homestead 4

and other exemptions.Precinct .

No. Bunnell.. Tax Assessor's Office, Friday February
1, 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Noon.

Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell Post Office Friday February 1,
2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. w t J :

Precinct No. Flagler Beach Post Office. Tuesday February j
5, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.Me :

Precinct No. 5-A, Animal Land. Tuesday. February. 5. 4
ark w M + I S -4w ,.
10:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. r 6 1r

Precinct No.5-Espanola. County Polling Building Tues. nwnw
day. February 5, 11:30 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. w.

Precinct No. 3A-Korona. White Eagle. Tuesday February
5, 1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. / +r + r w'e .tr *
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ruary 5, 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. rw # +." .. w w w + 0 M

Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community' Hall.' Tuesday -

February 5, 2:30 P.M. to' 4:00 P. M. 4 w i ew +' s.r .

The Tax Laws require that you file a return on f' ., + I t' rr 4'p
Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard- s r w 0 r
less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am s

required to assess a ten percent penalty upon your

failure to do so. I I

.All applications for exemption must also be

filed open before from April 8 ::00 1st.A. M.The to 12:00 Tax Assessor's Noon and Officeis 1:00to ADD A PHONE. . ADD A LOT TO LIVINGSave

5:00: P. M. and we will be. glad to assist you,

\ if possible. .
time, steps, trouble. Add extenSion detailson the low cost and lovely colors,

Respectfully, I phones where your family lives call your Telephone Business Office.

D. D. MOODY, most. . workshop, kitchen, bedroom, '

Tax Assessor.Jan. Florida room, teen-ager's room. For Southern Uj&m. Bell


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|what kind I want, and we Francisco Giants. BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962.63

should have it soon. Highlights of Important plays
ispans Friday, January 18, Fla. D B Boys & Girls Home 7:00
from each of the seven gamesare
We had $6,000 earmarked for in this film which runs for Tuesday, January 22, Taylor A GIrls There 7:15
NOTES" the county recreation program. Friday, January 25, Taylor A B Boys There 7:15
40 minutes and is in color. I
What has happened since. I Saturday, January 25, Hastings A II: B Boys Home 7:00
have films for week that
I Continued From Page 2 I have not heard. Why do I ask will be Instructional.every Coming up Tuesday, January 29, Callahan A B Boys There 7:00
a t this question! I am interestedIn I Friday, February 1, St Augustine A B Boys There 6:30
will be "Strike Three, featuring
: CITY REC. SPORTS recreation. I have talked to' Saturday, Feb 2, Fla Military A B Boys There 7:00
of
baseball's outstanding
( By Leslie Pache directors in the field of recrea many Saturday, Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls There 6:30
pitchers such as Warren Spahn,
; WHAT KIND OF RECREATIONDO tion In Holly Hill and Ormond, Tuesday, Feb 5, Father Lopez A B Boys There 6:30
Bob Purkey, Whitey Ford, Frank
WE WANT? and some other towns. Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A B Boys There 7:00
, Do you know what kind of Lary, Don Drysdale.I Friday,.February 8, Omnge Park A B Girls Home 4:30

! recreat'on you want? I know What this county needs and will also have forms for the Monday, Feb 11, Crescent City AB Boys Home 7:00
should get is a part-time recre boys to fill out. All boys who FEBRUARY 13 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

I atlon director for the county. are Interested In playing ball Tuesday, Feb. 19, St. Augustine A & B Boys Home 7:00

r ; CLASSIFIEDADS sition.This should Next,be the a salaried committee po this spring should be at the gym Monday, Feb. 25, Fla. Military A J& B Boys Home 6:30
t and fill out a form. Two leagues
should the representativefrom
get will be formed. A midget leaguefor
the city and also the boys 13 to 16. All games FREE PAINT
school and all should meet I
supt. will be after\ school.
... played CommunityMemorial
LIHlap umttt tkl headla arid work out a good recreation ODe extra gallon of your choice
9 eeaU Mr word Mich iamertiom... .. Thursday morning I stoppedin with each ratio buy
TO eemtf .. ml.U am c. program. you ChurchInterdenominational
to see Mr. Jack Stevens Holly
FOR. SALE-Used building mafterials Idea number two: This will Hill recreation director. We talk- Mary Carter Paint Store

doors with hardware cost money. The National Recreation ed recreation and he has a very AUo Weitot ....opl.. Outer AIR CONDITIONED
I '. !'complete $3.00; windows and Association could run a good program. Stevens said we Daytona Ave.

frames complete $4:00: ) ); soil, cop. survey on this county for recreation could work out a few games II THE OUTBOARDER FLAGLER BEACH
per, galvanized pipes and flit and we could find out schedule with some of the Holly
>tings at half price. Bath tubs what we need for recreation I Hill little leaguers. So, let's go Autnorlxed Evlnrud Dealer Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
with showers from them. This' can't be BOATS ACCESSORIES Church Service 11:00 A. M.
$20.00 fittings; survey boys. Sign up and'let's all play
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""f{ 'f ings' ; lavatory $10:00 with. fit If you carry out their programs EVERYONE! WELCOME
". tings Marion Hotel, 120 Bay they prepare and the peo. ing.Our midget basketball team 825 Ballough Rd-

.St..St. ''Augustine, Florida. pie are willing to pay for it We dropped two games to New
Jan; 1 17-24-2tp. should think along on this idea. Smyrna Beach. Both games were ,

\I Unless we could come up with enjoyed. FOR
FOR SALE_Two bedroom CBS
something better.
\.j "'house' in Hillcrest Large lot and PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

large garage 750000. Howard Baseball In Bunnell will get
F.: Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler CANCER
start. Some
an early parentswere
;I Beach Phone HE 92395. saying don't you think thisis AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.

Jan. 17-4t just a little too early. My MP I
baseball Is running on I S T. COOK AGENCYPhone
FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom program
ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida
house, 21st St., Flagler Beach schedule. There is so much for

Back lot fenced In, $65 a month. a boy to learn. I expect this I I
Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 coming season to field tit!, little ..
day and ID' 7.2267 evenings. league team from out Midget I Prompt Service j r --

Jan. 17 5tp. League. This team will be an PLACE TOUR ORDER WITH US I
all-star team and I expect to CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
MAN AND WIFE property care get this boys uniform out. The Flagler Tribune

takers, no children, best of ref i This Saturday we are going Phone JDlewood3282 I H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

erences. Box G, Flagler- Tribune.Jan. :to hold a baseball quiz program BunnelL Florida JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
17ltpASSUME 'for boys 10 to 12 and 13 to 18. I

PAYMENTS-On ..'62 'I Baseball questions will be askedof I LADY OXYGEN
model zigzag sewing machine. both age groups. I am preparing PETERSON TEXACO CQNDmONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED
few little SERVICE AMBULANCES
quite a on
Sews forward and reverse, makes
league ivies. We will start at I ROAD SERVICE
button holes embroiders
monograms
9:30 and at 10:30 will havea Phone ID 7.3532
< : we Mechanical Work
Sr darns, patches, and etc. Light
film of World Series of 1962
; Six payments of $7:00 remaining. Phone 437-3441 Bunnell 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
New York Yankees San I .
versus
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Write Box 225, Daytona Beach, .A

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fj FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnish. ,
ed cottage, $40.00. ID 73304. come Mpgerpofalo profits

Jan. 10-17-2tc .

FOR RENT-House In 'Hillcrest .
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large living room, 2 bedrooms, :, 't. n.

2 baths, dining room and large
porch. Wlsehaupt. HE 92247.
Dec. 6tfcWANTEDBulk

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(L. P. Gas) cus-
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & k

Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. J
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Aug 3OtfcREFINISHING

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and repaired. Experiencedon
antiques. Chairs recaned.
Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf *
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FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We

twill fill your tank or we will Y A'T
:furnish you with a tank. Call A n :J.c'. <
Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at w W . ? .l' <

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. 30tfcEXPERT

REPAIR SERVICEOn Spray Du Pont Manzate9 to control blights

TV, Radios, HI-FI, Sewing maneb fungicide

Machines.all small Vacuum appliances.Cleaners All work and .' .assure top yields of No. 1 's

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware,
.
pn W. Granada next Eleven Ou-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.

4414. May 17-tfc Better yields, quality and pront.--Manzate" helps boost yields as "\

Ocean front housekeeping apart much as 40 bushels per acre. . gives you more f 1'a, and naturally
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com r increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas.

pete with linens and all utilities. Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth. ..

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

HE 9.2082 7.6tf u fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.

rmw Saves trouble_"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy ;
handling.
BEACH REALTY CO. .
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, On all chemicals,follow labeling instructions and warnings carefully.J ,.

WATER FRONr, FARMS, Y


u* for your ACREAGESee real estate needs \ <[(J PONP MANZATE

Office Phone HE 9.2242Residence Each acre you spray with "Mtnrate" can
yield bushels more of fl' like these. Field ""w.. t"' maneb fungicide
Phones ID 73691or I
application"Manxate""protect your crop enTER THINGS roi stint UVINO
+ ID 7.3517 from late blight tuber rot. too. ...THOUGH CHEMISTRY
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Pan Sausage LB. 39

TOP GRADE U. S. CHOICETBONE

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Red and White Evaporated 3 {ftLimit 59 LITTER BAGWith
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" i' ture both local and out of town .
: Congressman 'I baKKeu dtscu talent. PAL PARKER'S. INC.
/agtcr/3each
' Matthews Makes ScIuuVeuJ4.. Carol Hosklns, reporter. I Automotive Specialty Center
i j DRAKES IIBLIITBD' class
I Library Club-The Library "ART" AND LABOR
- Continued From Page 4 Cadet Awards I Carolina Clifton School Editor Club met Thursday, January 3, KORI-rill!\'HnLRT.I.VM01VTII'
Marlon Blanchard of Dunbarton, I I at 13:30 to discuss the assembly OTIIICRIf ,1D.D3
Senior Class The Seniors are I
I' 540 Mason Ave.
DaytonajVUWWYWAV
in- I
New itampshire. Mrs. Clark Congressman D. R. (Billy) presenting a variety show on which they will present In April.It .

trouoed her guest, Mrs. Gerlach, Matthews today announced his January 24, at 8 P. M. in the: was decided to sponsor Jesus I

of Flint, Mich. U.S. Service Academy appointments high school auditorium. Prices Rodriguez, who will make an I
The Club is making plans fora for 1963. The Eighth District are: Students, 50 cents, and Interesting and brief speech. J o. r. ALFORD j

card party this month. The Representative has five adults, $1. The show will fea-i j, Marsha Durrance, reporter. I J Registered !J
}proceeds will be used for the principal oppointments, which I
Real
Estate Broker ji jiBunnell.
T. R. Blane I ti
park, Improvements. were made as follows: to John T. Boyt of Gainesville.The Subscribe to The r.zgter Tribune j
donated $5.00 to the Club toward For the two vacancies at the first alternate to Boyt Is $2.50 A Year In Advance !I ii Florida |!

shrubs for the park. U.S. Air Force Academy at Colo David G. Sherrard, Jr., of Gainesville I ............ ...... ... . . ..AV JW
Mrs. Florence Schwenk made rado Springs, one principal nomination .r
; second alternate is Rob. I I .
I", the arrangements of the month went to Jack F. McComb, ert A. Kromer of Melrose; and
and demonstrated the making Jr., of Starke, and the other .
the third alternate position wentto 24 HourWrecker .R.
the Club. She used gladiollas ..
to; principal nomination went to I
John D. Spengler of St. Au. : Service
and 4 \1\l''santhemums with fern.MrirBrede Donald L. McNab of Flagler j gustine. !t!
gave a demonstrationon Beach. 1 ti
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The
other principal nomination -
corsage making. Alternate appointments were :
to West Point went to TidalW. Flagler Truck & Tractor
Fuelling and Mrs. Co
Mrs. Lucy given to: Leonard B. Schlomer, I ,
McCoy of Gainesville. His
will be hostesses at the I
Clark Orange Park; Wm. H. Hosier, III, I I
alternates are: first alternate, MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
at the Fuell
February meeting Hawthorne; Frederick E. Kill. '
Burn- I Frank W. McGraw, Jr., Gainesville Farm Industrial Equipment
Dorothy
Mrs.
.1.log} home. gore, Gainesville; John W. Lock-
ham will make the arrangement hart, St. Augustine; John F. ; second alternate, Henry B. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Hof of Satsuma and the third
of thO month. Pacetti, Elkton; Joseph N. G. I
Owner
Bunnell Florida
alternate position went to Dempsey ,
Boivin, Green Cove Springs;
Springfield of Gainesville.
Clayton B. Mikel, Green Cove I ,
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Springs; Paul R. Kelley, Hil-
i' \GQod'Landscaping nomination for the one
Hard; Jemore C. Eicholtz, Jr., St:,
vacancy at the U.S. Naval FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

i J ; Brings Tourist Money ling Augustine, Lake; City.A and. Martin L. Bow.' Academy at Aannapolls was David I

I Baker of St. Augustine First AMBULANCE
businesses depending
Many nomination. for the U.S. alternate to Baker was CharlesT. -
1 tourist trade are losing PHONE VAlley 4.1625
on Merchant Marine Academy wentto Manhart of Orange Park; SERVICE

money by Inadequate landscaplng .- William R. Clausen, Orange second, Michael A. Young of AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
t to Dr E. L. MQM
according
( ", , : Park. Young Clausen will now Green Cove Springs, and third,
wee head of the Florida Agri. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
l f have ah opportunity to participate went to Steven M. Day also of
., cutlural Extension( Service Department In further competition with Green Cove Springs. are always at your service with promptness, safety and
liortl-
of Ornamental
culture. other congressional nominees I Matthews expressed his con. experience.
from all over the state for the the
gratulations to many fine
i Motorists passing gasoline Equipped With Oxygen.Resusitator and Inhalator
eight cadet vacancies allotted to who
stations, restaurants and motels young men, sought tan ,appointment *c
the State of Florida.CongresSman toy one pf ,the service
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for the first time will often pass Garcia Funeral Home ,
Matthews had academies >
dnhe said to be
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t, those that are unsightly,
upit two vacancies for ''the U. S MllI- selected from' such an 6utstand !Sj P. E"GARCIALicensed Funeral Director
'poorly landscaped or that have '
1'-' inadequate parking areas, her tary Academy, at West Point ing group was a. splendid I 5 'LADY ASSISTANT -

One principal nomination went achievement. ....... V.V.-..M."'...../.l'''."'........."'."'.............l'.Y..I V..tI"J'..:! ."' ''."'J"r;..-.
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says.What
t, do tourists look for in '.. .

t a motel? Dr. McElwee says in

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': that ,are well shaded, and
;. '' motels.in winter they try to find sunny llllffNllhELtnhIllhiiytllHFs


With a mixture of evergreens\

{ and deciduous' trees, a motel
'' can be shady In' the summer

when the deciduous trees have :Y I'
their, leaves and In the ; t l lt
; sunny
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i' winter when they drop them. | S" 4
The evergreens will lend bright v1; 74w
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color all through, the year, keepIng < ) % 4 ?

\' the motel attractive to

,- passers by.

{sS And: there may even be room

for/ flowering trees to give an .,
-.w.
,,, ,.
j added display of color. .*

Tourists usually Judge the motel
I I rooms by the appearance

of the outside. If your court

looks clean and well maintain.

ed, motorists will assume it is ,
the same inside..Restaurants .

will often plant
Shrubs around the foundation of

} their buildings but neglect en
tirely the borders of the property. 'u J
I : Unsightly adjoining property 6. f

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hedge .or a tow of tall ever. '

Jreens'when; space is available.
After Investing a considerable %

aim for shrubs and plants, id. { d :

a many firms make the mistake

I of not properly maintainingthem.

; Plant material around

buildings should be maintained WALK AROUND IT. SEE THE DIFFERENCES.

'properly to keep It healthy. Sickor
Insect damaged plants are Start at the rear of this Fleetside pickup. Grab the Now please sit in the cab a minute. Comfortable
advertisements.Dr. tailgate and pull hard. No give. Two wedge latches It also!is double walled and the roof is insulated.Let's
poor keep it tight. Now unfasten them and let down the start 'er up and look for a washboard road. Chevrolet
McElwee suggests that one gate. Jump,up and down on it. Does it sag? Notice coil-spring suspensions fight road shock better than
solution to this problem is to how the chains are wrapped rubber so they won't other types, good for the truck, load and the driver.
hire a firm that does landscap- rattle or mar paint. There are other things. But you can see why this is.
.ng maintenance.' Now look at the lower side panels. Two walls. You a truck that does a Job without a lot of pampering.It's
Money_ spent In developing might dent the inside one but it won't show through. built right. Which is why it's usually worth more at
And maintaining the grounds is The floor will never rust. It's select wood, not metal. trade-in. When would you like us to deliver it?

,A,good'Investment and will help 12 NEW 6-CYLINDER ENGINES

Mtract more business, accordingto
Dr. McElwee. New High Torque 230-cu.-n.!
I Six is lighter but more power- NewHiihTorque292eu..id.mDu
ful than its predecessor.is I -
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