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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 24, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 3 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR


Methodist Church |Lions Club I(I City Commission V. F.: W, .MeetsIn I Variety Show ,


Revival Meeting ;I Enjoys Panel'Program II To Pave Area New Home Tonight At :


February 17-22 !' TuesdayI ,At PostofficeThe I Tuesday NightVeterans School HouseThe
I The Bunnell Lions Club met I I of Foreign Wars Post
Rev. Jimmie Rose will be the,tin the Civic Center Tuesday Bunnell City Commission 5213 voted at their meeting last Variety Show at the
evangelist at the Revival Services with 17 members and two visitors I voted at its meeting Monday{ night to change their meeting Bunnell School Auditorium to.
scheduled at the First I present Visitors were Coach I night to place a culvert along date to (the second and fourth night at 8 o'clock will feature
Methodist Church of Bunnell Cliff McGriff of Bunnell High : the west side of Church St. in I Monday nights of each month. the Gay Ninety theme in manyof
February 17.22, Rev. W. L. Spicer,I(School and Rev. Tom Pinner, Jr. the post office area. Also agreed They have been meeting Tuesday '' the local talent numbers.
. 'Jr., pastor, said today. _of the First Baptist Church. ,\':to place lImerock and finish nights In the past. I, The show Is being sponsoredby
I The revival Is being held In I Lion Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., of i with a hard surfacing material, The meeting Tuesday night the Senior Class and they
connection with the "New Life I the First Methodist Church, In. thus providing angle parking at was held In 'the New Post Home are being assisted by the par.
Revivals" In Methodist Churches. troduced the program which consisted I the new post office building. which is located in the buildingon ents of the seniors. The proceeds
Jimmie Rose Is an approved of a panel report on the Supt. Gene Barber said If the the corner of W. Moody Blvd. will be used on Senior
Evangelist of the Methodist United Nations. weather permits they will be and Main St The building is Class Trip to Nassau Fund.
Church. He is a member of the The panel was made up of able to complete the work thisweek. owned by John C. Rice. The Included in the program are
Kentucky Conference. He Is a Lions Henry Burks, Dr. Allen : building will be used for post vocal numbers by Christine Casey .
graduate of Morehead State! Reynolds, Jack Clegg, and Wal D. D. Moody appeared before I meetings and will also serve as Jimmy Lopez, Minnie Deen, \
College where he earned both ter Morris. Two members of. the commission ,and asked them a day room for members. Barbara Smythe, Walter Morris, !
the A. B. and Masters Degree.In the panel presented the unfavor 'I to exchange 30 feet on Bacher I The new plan for Flagler Nana Hilsenbeck, Norman and \
addition, Rev. Rose attended able aspects of the UN and two street in the Colony Park sub. County Service Officer was pre. Lee Black, Jack Clegg, George
Asbury Seminary In Wllmore;I presented the favorable aspect 1 division. This will make It pos sented to the post by Raymond Moody, Dr. Allen Reynolds, Ted
Kentucky and Candler School of. of h. Following the panel re sible to line up Bacher St. In Smith for endorsement. After Weber, and others.
Theology, Atlanta, Georgia.: Jim. port the entire group participated that section with the street In discussion the matter was tabled Musical numbers will Include
role has a background as an In a general discussion. It other areas of town. I'''Until the next meeting of the I Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Creal, The
atheletlc coach, he was, for seven proved to be a very thought. They voted to purchase cul post Monday night Country Rocks, a twirling num.
years, one of Kentucky's most provoking program. verts to be placed in ditches in I ber by Mary Pache. Walter Mor \
successful high school basket. The Board of Directors met the Carver School area. ris will serve as master of ceremonies
ball coaches before entering the and planned to present a min. Other business included pur Baptist Revival I I I and songs of the Gay
ministry In 1950. Since entering strel show in the spring for the chasing a heater for the city office I I Nineties will' be sung with the 1
the ministry of the Methodist band trip to the Cherry Blossom ; voted to begin preparing Starts SundayThe I audience participating.
Church, he has coached at As. : Festival in Washington streets for additional paving, I On the program will also be
bury College and was head basketball D. C. in the spring. and securing a part-ime laborer. First Baptist Church of several tap dance numbers.
coach at Pfeiffer CollegeIn Fire Chief Charles Creal reported Bunnell will begin an eight day
Mlsenheimer, North Carolina.He that the new fire truck revival, beginning with the Sunday .1
has had experience as a will be delivered here duringthe evening service. -Rev. Elwin 101 WAYS TO ENJOY
pastor and also had the experience New Phone Books early part of next week. It Anderson, evangelist, will conduct j
of building a new churchin is expected that the new trucks services. Rev. Forrest FLORIDA GRAPEFRUITA J..
Winter Park, Florida. Starting Are DistributedThe for both Bunnell and Flagler Thompson, minister of music I In I recipe book produced by the
In a school auditorium in great, number of new Beach will be delivered at the Orlando, will direct music for I Florida Citrus Commission is ex J
the services. Services will I
,July of 1960, in a period, o>{' 11months telephone directories deliveredthis same time. begin I pected to add Impetus to the I
at 7:45 each evening for eightday
a new church was or. week to the Daytona Beach, *,. consumer sales of Florida graper j I
,ganized, a parsonage purchased, Bunnell and Flagler..Beach,sub* 'A***.w"" :, 0,11" .. RcvwJtnderaon has pastured fruit and grapefruit products in .tJ J ,
"a lovely bull dlng-.-under-construction ., scrlbetsr:dhrectTy reflects that "- "' '. 'of'' a I the United states and Canadian ,, ;
Kay SwayzelsWorthy nunjber large churches! i in I t
.and a membership of isfactory and continuing growthof .. the 'South before becoming a retail food markets. The publication
250 Including 42 on professionof these areas.Approximately. MatronMrs. an attractive folder entitled .
faith. 45,500 new directories full-time evangelist Specialmusic "101 Ways to Enjoy Florida : i
is being planned for each
His revivals are church centered elected Grapefruit," is to be offered
were delivered to 29,- Kay Swayze was service. The public Is cordially
and every effort made to 000 homes and businesses, ac Worthy Matron of Bunnell Chap. invited to attend these services.I to persons returning mail-in
help the local church in all of cording to Buck Moore, Southern ter 93, Order Eastern Star, Tuesday cards which will be made avail.
its activities. Jimmie has been Bell's district manager at Daytona night Elected to serve as able at food stores.In .
especially effective with young Beach. worthy patron was Shelton RECITAL AT people. He has recently held The new telephone directory Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Merceras field men, Merchandising
successful meetings at Price Hill I has many new and changed worthy matron and worthy METHODISTCHURCH Manager Ralph Henry stated
Methodist In Cincinnati, Trinity listings and other helpful telephone patron will be the retiring officers that materials were being sent
Methodist in Covington, Ken. I information. It is easily I at the installation of officers for use as displays in the retail I
tucky, Christ Methodist In Holly distinguishable from the old next month. Pupils of J. Donald Ruble will outlets.
Hill, Florida, Centenary: Method. blue book by the new green Others elected were Mrs. Alice present a recital at the First
1st in Lexington, Kentucky and cover. Lovell, associate matron; Rufus Methodist Church of Bunnell on I Building Rooms
Liberty Methodist in Liberty, Moore says the largest changeIn Miller, associate patron; Mrs. Monday evening, January 28, at I:I
Kentucky. Brother Jimmie has the city's most popular book I Mabel Frank, secretary; Mrs. 7:30.: The public is invited to I For KindergartenPhil
also held several revivals in ru Is the introductory section which Geneva Solomon, treasurer; Mrs. attend.
ral churches'throughout the conference precedes the alphabetical list. Betty White, conductress; Mrs. Piano pupils participating are Johnson was hired by
Ings. The introductory pages Myra Wadsworth, associate conductress Lady Rodgers who will play The the School Board Tuesday morn
He was born in Olive Hill, have been standardized through. j I ; and Ray Mercer, senti Fox Hunt; Michael Kelley, Dub. ing as working supervisor of
Kentucky and Is the son of the out the Bell System to permit lin Town; Minnie Deen, Fairies the construction: of kindergartenrooms
late Dr. J. M. Rose, a prominent a subscriber, regardless of wherehe nel.The appointive officers will be Harp; Carla Tucker, Before an at the Bunnell school. ''
Easter ,Kentucky physician. In may live, to easily utilize named by Mrs. Swayze and the Arab Tent; Elaine Tucker, Distant Others offering bids were Sam I
1946, he married Jo Ann Hoi- the informational section of the date for the installation of of. Bells.Melanie. Broadaway, Wilson and Lerch, I
brook of Olive Hill. They now I directory. will be announced later. Cody, Country Gardens and Ellenbauch. ,
make their home at 638 Seattle I Special attention should be firs I ; Becky Robertson, Graceful Mrs. Mytrle Rice gave a report *
Drive, Lexington, Kentucky and given to the Inside front coveras Beauty; Greg Robertson, For on the orientation meeting
have two children, James David I it is necessary for the telephone Legion PostIncreases r Elise; Donna SpIcer, Jocularity. of school board members and y
and Deborah Jo, Rev. Spicer said. subscribers in each community ; Organ pupils will be Peggy superintendents held In Tallahassee I
Rev. Rose will preach at the to fill In the emergency Dues Ross, Beth Clark, and Susan Sit. this week. Mr. Holland .
11 A.M. service Sunday, February numbers which serve their area. ler. also reported on several sessions
17, and at 7:30 P.M. through Moore asked that ,the old directory Flagler Post 115 of The American I of the meeting.Crossing 1..
Friday. be discarded and that Legion voted at its meet. RANGER HAL MOVIE
There will be enjoyable and ing Monday night to raise annual .
the be
I new one used when looking .
PARTY AT DAYTONA
Inspiring congregational hymn i up telephone numbers. He membership; dues from $5 RepairAt
singing with Dr. Allen Reynolds 'said this helps avoid the pos to $6. This was necessary because Ranger Hal, popular children's' Lambert
leading: and Mr. Ray Mercer at sibility of getting wrong num. of an increase in the national I television personality on WJXT, Bay .
the piano. Special music will bers and saves time for both I dues. Jacksonville, will be host at a: The city and county is work
be presented by both the adult the calling and called parties. County Service Officer Ray. 'free movie party at the Cinema ing this week on the railroad
and youth choirs of the church. Information" should be called mond Smith presented his new Theater, Bellair Plaza in Daytona -II crossing at the Lambert Ave.
The public Is cordially Invitedto only when the number is not plan for the service officer workto Beach, Saturday, January and Bay St. crossing. The work
share in these services of listed in the directory, the man the post and asked for their 26, at 10:30: A.M. includes placing a culvert and
Christian fellowship and en. ager said. endorsement. The endorsementwas All youngsters In this area raising the approach to the
richment. I granted by a one vote ma. are Invited to the Television 4 crossing on the Bay St side.
Silver Springs Is the largest jority. Party which will feature car. The work will also Include
fresh water spring in the world, The post discussed plans for toons, games, contests, singing, surfacing the strip between the t
HOUSE BURNS !flowing from 650 to 900 million establishing a Flagler Memorial and prizes. There will be souvenirs street pavement and sidewalk. j
AT BEACH SUNDAY j i gallons of crystal clear water Park, and also the possibility of for all. This will enable water to drain
each 24 hours. forming a Civic Roundable. No There will be no admission from (the center section of the
A one-:rtory frame house on I official action was taken and charge to the party since all block. :
A1A, two blocks south of the I moyer of Gainesville. It was not lie matter, will be discussed at attending will be guests of When the work is completed
Flagler Beach pier, partly burn ,occupied.The later meetings. WJZT. it will take care of the hazard:
ed Sunday night Estimated t flames were brought under "The Ranger Hal Show" is condition on the approach to tOO f
damage to the house was $4,200. ) control by the Flagler.Beach Wadi Haifa, Sudan, had no seen Monday through Saturday railroad as well as drain water
The house is owned by Paul As. Fire Department rain for 19 years. 'mornings on Television 4. off the street





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday January 24, 1963


R. Morris (Var) 43 23 53 U OF F DOCTOR IS j i Subscribe for The Flag lor Tribune
'
H. Kuleskl (Var) 56 27 46 I PRAISED FOR VIRUS CURE : $150 A Year In AJranceIV
I
B. Moody (Var) 38 15 39' A new treatment for virus eye

W. Cowart (BB) 13 9 69 infection, developed by Dr. Herbert IV CIRCUIT COtRT: OF
COUNTY, FfcOKIDA,
J. Seale (BB) 22 10 45 Kaufman, associate professor KLA IN' (AM'HIIY(JLKIl NO. 4371

B. Anderson (BB) 20 7 35 of opthalmology at the University BARBARA MANN Fiafntiff

E. Tucker (BB) 26 9 35 of Florida, has been "..

i ''N :;rEr' : ,[ ; A. Tucker (P) 8 5 63 listed by the American Medical WILLIAM MANN Defendant.

,\ ,' i /: :- . B. Weaver (P) 30 12 40 Association among the outstanding NOTICE TO UKKKNU
F FLORIDA. TO
S. Hargett (P) 17 6 35 medical developments of TIl WILLIAM MANN
Post Office Address and
By Leslie Pache the top scorers. 1962. Place of Residence UnknownYou
The Taylor High Dr. Kaufman recently drew are hereby notified that a
Bulldogs play
MORE BOYS 13 TO 16 Varsity boys lead again this j suit has been tiled against you In
WANTED FOR BASEBALLThe "this Friday night in Pierson and recognition for his research on the above entitled cause; and you
week in team foul shooting.
f are hereby required to Ale your answer
here Infection which often causes
host Hastings on Saturday Fta Ftm Per eye with the Clerk of this Court,
Bunnell Rec. Dept. showeda in Bunnell. blindness. His new chemical and to serve a copy thereof upon
Varsity 215 118 54 I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
film on the 1962 world series Bunnell 'A Boys- treatment is the first known I whose name and address Is:

highlights Saturday morning. Fg Ft F T: Puppeteers 121 52 43 cure for a true virus infection. HAY SELDEN
119 39 Selden Building
Baby Bulldogs 47
All the boys made out applications I
Q. Emery 6 2.3 2 141 Daytona Beach Floridanot
to in the spring later than February 25, A, D.
participate Kuleskl 7 2.5 1 16 RCA VICTOR I 1963.

baseball league. Boys in the Morris 41.509 A new campground featuringover LIVING COLOR TV I confesso If you fall will to be do entered so, decree againstyou pro

age group of 13 to 16 are askedto Moody 1 4-104 6 70 tent and trailer camp "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE! for the relief demanded in the
make out forms if they are bill of complaint. :The nature of
11-223 IN TUB WINDOW
Brown sites was, recently opened at said suit being for divorce.
Interested In a junior league. Polk 00-01 0 Jonathan Dickinson State Park Southern Radio & Television WITNESS my hand and seal of
m E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 said Court this 2lit day of January
The deadline for the Junior Hosford 00-00 0 near Hobe Sound. ORMOND
A.D.Si
l:3.E.
league will be Wednesday after- R. Tucker 10-00 2 ( ,nc Clerk of the. A.Circuit SMYTHE Courtof

noon at the ball diamond, 3:45, Metts 02-20 2 Flag Ier County Florida
January 30. When (the league is H. 00-00 '0 By Julia. R. Harvey,
Emery
(Biff JFlaglrr QJribunrBUNNKLI Deputy CtortN .
_
organized all games will be YOU ARK Jan. 24.31 & Feb. 7.14-4tc

played after school. 20 12.27 10 52 DRIVINGILINO FLORIDA TUB COURT OF COUNTY'
!(/ ,)q| JUDGE IN AND FOR FLAGLER
Saturday, January 26, two D A B A Boys-: COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN .
baseball films will be shown Fg'Ft F T CASE NO. KM.
1 ,MRS. M.B. FULLER. Editor In ne: ESTATE OF
starting at 10 o'clock sharp. The Renfroe 5 3.6 3 13 CHRISTY FINCH, Deceased.

first film will be "The Democracyof Khaley 10-05 2 Designated Official Publication TO ALL NOTICE PERSONS OP PROBATE INTERESTED:

BasebalL" It is a short storyon Demotte 7 3.5 1 17 for Pabll Notice .( FUgler INTHE ESTATE' OF SAID DE-

the history of baseball, featuring Terry 10-032 I Conatr Muslelpalitles tfccrela CEDENT You are: hereby notified that a

some of the past and Mats 10-132 I and the State .f Florida written be the last Instrument will and purporting testament of to
present stars of the game. The Leek 32-34 8 said decedent has been admitted

second film Is "Twenty Years of, to probate in this court. You are
Entered a* second class matter hereby commanded within six cal-
World Series Thrills." This mov1 18 8.15 19 44 February 6, J913, at the postofflce endar months from the date of the
first publication of
this notice to
$ contains the great plays from BABY BULLDOGS KNoCK: OFF at Bunnell. Florida under act of appear In this, court, and show
the world series of 1938 through cause, Jf any you can, why the
D & B FOR 7th STRAIGHT WIN . When after,stopping at an March 9, 1S76. action of this court in admitting
1957. I I said will to probate should
not
The Baby Bulldogs were on intersection you move ahead with I stand unrevoked.T. .
the again last Friday the green light before being here One year ____ji.60 K. MCKNIGHT
PUPETEERS ROLL PAST D&B I I warpath no pedestrian is crossing againstthe County Judge.
I Six months __...__11.25
night as they trounced the D &B light. Flakier County. Florida.
TO STRAIGHT 22nd VICTORYBy
I I Junior Varsity 48.34 and notched 1963.First publication on January 3rd.Jan. .

( Buzxy McKnight) I their seventh consecutive victory 3.10.1T-J4.-4tc

of jthe season. IN TUB COURT OF COUNTY
The Puppeteers Jumped to JUDGE IN AND
a I FOR FLGLERCOUNTY
Although D & B had two hotshot
.
CLASSIFIEDADS FLORIDA. IN
PRO1IATE.
fat
15.4 lead in the first quarter
CASE NO. 630.
scorers in Billy Ostrout with
and from then on the sailing In Re: ESTATE OF
I 15 points and Andy Von Dolth- CHRISTY FINCH, Deceased.
was as they clinched
easy,
ren with 12, they were no match NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
their 22nd straight victory witha creditors of the estate of
for the Bulldogs as a team.
Christy Finch, deceased,
hereby
51.12 bombing of the D & B are
Bunnell, sparked by Elbert notified and required to Ale any
Lassies. LI.U. 8 word claims or demands which they may
under t.' beading are cents per each Insertion
Tucker with 12 points and Wal 73 cents Is minimum ckarge. have I.n.tu' estate !In the office

Sharon Townsend was the ter Townsend with 11, !took a OVER 1.000 DISTRIBUTORS, I FOR SALE-Used Coleman Oil county or tile Florida county In judge the courthouseat or jriagier

high point girl of the Puppeteerswith five point lead.in the first quarter OPENINGS IN FLORIDA I Heater in good condition. ID 7- calendar Bunnell.months Florida from, within the date eight of

14 points followed by Barbara and practically double4 it (Men-women: Full-part time) 3717. Jan 24-ltp the Ant publication of this notice.
Weaver each time in the remaining Each claim or demand ,must be, in
with 13. '
Bunnell No restrictions on age, race, writing and must state the place
was definitely the most outstanding three periods. Second half insurance faith, status, retired, etc., DON'T I' FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom of residence and postoffice addressof

(team both offensively and was provided for the Baby ANSWER THIS AD.V UNLESS house 21st St., Flagler Beach. to the by claimant the claimant and must his agent be sworn or

defensively, with. eight of the Bulldogs by Goose Grace who YOU HAVE AMBITION the determination Back lot fenced in, $65 a month. its attorney or law.it will become
to
void acordlng
players contributing to the scoring came in and sank 9 points. to succeed in direct Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 8/ Marcella K. Prather

compared with only three Bunnell Squad sales by establishing your own day and ID 7.2267 evenings.Jan. Administratrix of Deceased.the Estate of
Finch.
for D Se B, and committing only Fg Ft F Tl sales firm-to achieve lifetime 175tp. December Christy 28. 1962.
Anderson 20-11 4 First publication on January Srd,
four fouls
with
compared twelve financial
security! Husband and FOR RENT-House in Hlllcrest 1963.
byD&B., Knight 10-02 2 wife team welcome. Mall detailed Jan, 1.1O.17.U-Uc
large living room, 2 bedrooms,
Bunnell CUll- Seale 20-214 resume enclose- $5.75 for 2 baths IN, TilE, CIRCU'T, COURT OF' THBSKVKNTII
dining room and large CIRCUIT
E. Tucker 6 0-0 1 12 JUDICIAL
Fg' Ft F T Distributors kit of home products porch. Wlsehaupt. HE 92247. IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
Weaver 6 1.3 0 13 Cowart 30-03 6 and 1963 membership in Dec. 6tfcWANTEDBulk FLORIDA. IN CIIANCERY

Sharon Townsend 7 0.0 1 14 Townsend 4 3.3 3 11 exclusive direct sales organization NO.,..4436.? :GAGE FORECl.O rRE

D. Tucker 1 2.2 0 4 Grace 41-119 with over 20,000 members. j' (L. P. Gas) cus WALKER FLORIDA FERTILIZER INC., a corporation OF

Blakely 2 2.2 0 6 Miller 00-01 0 Mail to: V. V. Harton, Distributor tomers. Call Harris Appliance &: organized, and existing under

Eisenbach 0 0.0 0 0 Rockett 00-02 0 999 8th St., Holly Hill, Fla. Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. the}Florida laws of the State of

Cummins 1 0.0 2 2 Jarosz 00-00 0 Jan 24itpSEPTIC Aug 30tfcREFINISHING Plaintiff

Stetuk 1 0.1 0 2 LAMAR HARRIS, JR. and
Pache 0 1.2 0 1 22 4.7 15 48 TANK CLEANING at Furniture refine VIROINIA-CAROLINA LOUISE HARRIS, his CHEMICAL wife

Uargett 4 1.5 1 9 Quarter scoreD reasonable prices. Call George Ished and repaired. Experiencedon CORPORATION a Virginia cor-
& Jarosz ID 73410. antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. poration, and THE KILOORESEED
Shirley Townsend B.B Squad- ,
; 0 0.0 0 0 COMPANY, a Florida corporation
.
Fg Ft F T 1.24-7.25 p. 4392007. 10-11-tf Defendants.

22 7-15 4 51 Ostrout 5 5-9 1 15 HOUSE FOR RENT Furnished,I FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We NOTICE OK CLERK'S HEREBY SALE GIVEN
NOTICE IS
D &,B Girls. Von Doltren 5 2-3 0 12
2 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, Florida will fill your tank or we will that under and in pursuance to
Goodwin that certain Decree of
Summary
Fg Ft F T 01.311 room, on AlA and 23rd St., furnish you with a tank. Call Foreclosure made and rendered on
Duncan 21-12 5 Brennan 00-00 0 Beach. Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at the 22nd day of January A. P. 1963.In .
Flagler Apply at premises. Honorable Howell
and by the
Koff_ 00-00 0 Jeffords 00-12 0 1-24-ltp ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.. W. Melton. Judge of the Circuit
Register 1 1.1 1 3 Knowles 02-20 2 Aug. 30-tfc Court in and for Flagler County.
Florida, In Chancery, being Case
Dale 20.114 McEver 20-1 1 4 ASSUME PAYMENTS-On ..'62 I No. 4468. and a certain cause pending
I EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn In said Court wherein WALKER
Spell 00-02 0 model zigzag sewing machine. FERTILIZER OF FLORIDA.
Stanley 00-02 0 12 10.19 5 34 Sews forward and reverse, makes TV, Radios, Hi-Fi Sewing INC.. a Florida corporation, is the
Machines Plaintiff and LAMAR HARRIS. JR.
Vacuum Cleaners
and
Myers 00.020 button holes, embroiders, mono- and LOUISE HARRIS, Ms wife;

'Bryan 00-02 0 POLK HOLDS ON TO grams, darns patches, and etc. all small appliances. All work I VIRGINIA CORPORATION CAROLINA, a Virginia CHEMICAL corporation

FOUL SHOT LEAD Six payments of $7:00 remaining. guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, and THE KILOORE SEED

5 2-312 12 Tommy Polk leads all Bunnell Write Box 225 ,Daytona Beach Krt w. Granada next 7-Eleven are COMPANY the Defendants, a Florida I E.corporation A

Quarter,score High School foul shooters again or call CL 38106. 1.17.4tc I Ormond Beach. Fla. Phone 677- as the Clerk of the Circuit o ltoer
Seventh
4414. Judicial Circuit of the
Bunnell 15 27 36 51 this week with a 73 percent av May 17-tft rea of Florida, shall offer for
FOR SALE-Used building ma- sell to the highest' and
DleB 4 6 erage. Quentin Emery is his Ocean front best bidder
612 terials housekeeping apart for cash at public outcry
doors with hardware
nearest at the Flagler Courthouse -
varsity competition with ments 1 and 2 County
bedrooms .
compete at
Bunnell. Florida
windows
complete $3.00 and
VARSITY BOYS COME FROM 68 percent followed by Jim ; with linens and all utilities. 4th day of February, A'Dnlr3.

BEHIND TO RIP D & B 52-44 Brown,, who fell off six percent. frames complete $4:00: ; soil, copper .. I Sun deck, fishing, swimming described the following in said described Summary property Decreeof

The Varsity Boys got off to age points from last week to a galvanized at half price.pipes Bath and tubs Sittings loafing. Day, week or month. being Foreclosure In Flagler. situated County.lying Florida.and
a rather slow 65 percent mark. Sun Sea and
start Friday night Manor Flagler Beach. more particularly described as
$20.00 with fittings showers follows
against D & B and trailed by Walton Cowart leads the Baby $3:00; comodes $10:00; with fittings HE 9.2082 7.Ctf I !..?*' *_Block 124. TOWN OF

a thin one-point margin at half Bulldogs again for the third ....... ? .. as per plat thereof -
Vx V V v "> recorded in
; lavatory $10:00: with fit / > Plat Book 1.
time. But the second half wasa straight week with a 69 percent I WK* J. Public Records ofn.
different story as the fired mark, and Allida Tucker leads :tings. Marion Hotel, 120 Bay JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER I V'f Dunneli. Florida.v .
up St.,. St. Augustine, Florida. Flo ida Flagler -
Bulldogs led by Harry Kuleskl the Puppeteers with 63 ,percent. I Jan 17.242tp.FOR BEACH REALTY CO.' A, l): l Sift. 22nd day of January -
with 16 points and Quentin Emery They're the only members of LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, K. A. SMYTHE

with 14, came from behind their /teams with averages of 50 SALE-Two bedroom CBS WATER FRONT, FARMS, Clerk' *of Co"ntrFlorida.the Circuit Court.

to stamp out the waning Drag percent or better. house in Hlllcrest Large lot and ACREAGESee By Julia R. Harvey.I .

ons 52.44 and push their recordto Fie Ttxn Per large garage $7,500.00. HowardF. us for your real estate needs T>I. .rr Abner of Deputy Clerk.uiteb190 .

six wins and four losses. T. Polk (Var) 18 13 73 Lerch 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler Office Phone HE 9.2242 $ New England Building

For D & B, Demotte with 17 Q. Emery (Var) 25 17 68 Beach. Phone lIE 92395. Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Winter Post Oml'e Box 217

points and Renfroe with 13 were J. Brown (Var) 20 13 65 Jan. 17- 4t or ID 7-3517 i Attorney Park.* for Plaintiff Florlds.
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Farmers Can Get claim the refund. The gasoline Farmers who have permits For those who do not have a must be made each year, so don't a
must have been used exclusivelyfor I should file applications for refund permit but want one for 1963, make the mistake of thinkingyou
Gas Tax RefundBy agricultural purposes, how. I with the State Comptroller Hill Suggests contacting your are still eligible In case
ever. I prior to January 31, 1963. Applications county agent for the application you had a refund permit last
( Mel Sharpe) 'To be entitled to apply fora for refunds are avail. form. The form may also be year," the agricultural extension
A University of Florida Agri- refund on gasoline' Hill says,I able from Ray E. Green, state obtained by writing to the State specialist reminds, suggestingthat
ricultural Extension specialist "It is necessary that the applicant comptroller, Tallahassee."It Comptroller. I a new application should
reminds farmers they may claima be the holder of a valid is necessary in filing for "Upon completion and returnof I be made right away.
state tax refund of four cents refund permit Issued by the ''I the refund to attach the original I the application to the State
per gallon on gasoline used on j i State Comptroller's office. motor fuel purchase invoices to II Comptroller's Office, you will receive University of Florida engineers
the farm during 1962. "No refunds can be made for the application the economist a permit, a book of invoices are working with a revolution
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Roger P. Hill assistant economist gasoline purchased prior to the stresses. "Be certain to check and full instructions on ary new device which will convert -
with the Agricultural Extension -,. date the refund permit was Issued the application to make sure It how to use them," he explains. heat directly Into electricity.
Service says that bona ," he emphasizes. "If farm. is properly filled out and "This procedure is necessary before When perfected it could trans-
fide farmers who have followed ere do not hold this refund permit signed," Hill adds. "Refunds will any refunds can be form the sun's heat into electrical
certain regulations prescribedby they are not entitled to apply be refused unless applicationsare I claimed." power needed by space
the State of Florida may for a refund. complete and accurate." "The application for a permit ships and satellites. '
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carefully. The root system of to be major factors in The completely restored antebellum -
Machine To Shake
Gardening In FloridaBy any plant should approximatethe I ing a machine which develop-I I Gamble Mansion is the

top volume; therefore, the move fruit. chief attraction of the Judah P.
) Fruit From TreesCitrus I
( Kerrey Sharpe
i Historic Memorial at
tops of plants should be reducedin Benjamin
The scientists have also found I II
Some folks say that pedal- most cases. I growers may some dayi I Elleton.
that fruit removal depends on
pushers are garments that bring Conifers are the exception i harvest their groves by shaking I the citrus variety and the timeof I
out natural beauty. So, take I{ their trees, Florida Agricultural
they need not be pruned. harvest I
this tip and begin pushing for Experiment Statio scientists are i
The bare-rooted plants are
azalea petals if you want to currently experimenting witha Results obtained so far indicate '
hardest to make live when
adorn your garden with natural I' specially built machine, to the decay of fruit shaken :
shifted to a new location. Balled
beauty. : learn if the old idea of shakingthe off and allowed to fall to the I
and burlapped plants usually
(tree to remove the fruit is ground is high in comparison j
The In December suffer little in the trans- I i
big freeze very
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feasible in the citrus industry.In to hand picked fruit. Plans are
may have cut short the supply planting process and it is almost
I being made, however, for a machine -
'I of petals. Therefore, plan now Impossible to have anything I a cooperative research which will have a catch

to display the petals that did but a green thumb if you program between the Citrus Experiment I frame designed to absorb some i
survive by preventing azalea transplant a shrub from a pot' Station and the Florida
of the impact force of the falling
flower-spot This beauty-killing or can. s Citrus, Commission, tests are the
fruit. This will decrease
fungus can reduce a magnificent being made to find out the results
Regardless of the type of root I percent of injury.
display of blossoms Into a slimy of tree: shaking> on Valencia
system plant, be sure to settle I
mush almost overnight.The you I I Hamlin and pineapple According to Coppock and .JuI
witha
these underground parts I
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oranges and on grapefruit. tras, if ,the fruit is utilized within
first sign of the diseaseIs soaking good supply of water. I i the first week after harvestas you can Foretell]
small water-soaked The of the
spots on I| frequency shaking
The planting schedule also Is done with processed fruit,
the flower petals, says Dr. Howard i tree, the stroke used in shaking, the future
includes roses. When planted in i I the damage from falling is of
Miller, pathologist with the | the amount of shaking time and I
bushes will not less .
January, rose consequence.As
Agricultural Experiment Station. j I the angle of attachment of the [
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sprout generally until after frost for the effect shaking might
Then, a day later, the blossoms shaker to a limb are all being I An adequate income for your
dangers are past. Planted'ear. I have on tree fife and succeeding -
collapse into a mass of slime. studied and have all been found I I loved ones-the assurance of
lier, rose sprouts may get nip. i yields, the engineers say a college for your children-:

You can prevent 'the fungus ped during periods Of low tern-,I] I complete valuation will take I II financial protection against

from ravaging your blossoms peratures. sweeter than clean fruit, then I I considerable time. Most of the I accidents-retirement income

this spring with a spray pro. Water newly planted roses at I delay the spray applications until ,i damage comes from bark break -foretell them all with a well

gram of one-half ounce of zineb least once a week if rainfall is you are sure that the fruits age and from the snapping off organized insurance program

in three gallons of water. Begin short and be ready to spray or I have the correct amount of inJury of young growth. It is felt that through your.Farm Bureau

the spray applications when the dust to control black spot disease j I I an Improvement in the clamp. Insurance Company!See your

early varieties begin to show as soon as the bushes Italian rye or other winter |I i'Ing mechanism will reduce local Farm Bureau Insurance

color. Repeat the zineb mist ap- sprout. temporary grasses planted six some of this damage. agent today!

plications three times a week weeks or two months will I
ago I' I John W. Martin
To control this fungus disease I
during color season.If need a little more fertilizer now Among the Tanala people of II
shows black lesionson I
that as
you are thinking about buy. up to keep growing. Apply 10 to Madagascar, a widow must divorce FARM BUREAU INSURANC
rose leaf margins, try one
ing some camellias, now is the ounce of Captan along with a 15 pounds of fertilizer per 1,000. I I her dead husband before i Palatka EA 5-5822
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\ want-while they are In bloom, four gallons of water. Apply the I I

To see the flowers at their Sunday spray at seven-day intervals What every grower wants in a

best visit a camellia show when black spot Is present.

and make a list of the varieties If you want gladioli for East.

that strike your fancy. Then it er or Mother's Day, plant them SOUTHERN POTATO

I will be easier to make up your by the last of January, Plant

mind on what you want to buy groups of corms every two weeks

when you visit the nursery. from now until warm weather WIREWORM: aN: SECTJCXDEI :

Now is the time for plantingor and you'll spread your flowering

transplanting. Here are a few season of the tall stemmed blos
pointers to remember. There is
soms. Be sure to treat the corms
a definite relationship between before planting to prevent dis

,I transplanting and pruning roots I eases. Treat corms, by shaking
and tops-each should be done them in a paper bag containing

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O.:F. ALFORO I I Dooryard citrus grows should a 1N r t

Registered J: Inspect trees for red spiders,

I. : purple and six-spotted mites and

Real Estate Broker ;: other Insects during cool, dry

; Bunnell. Florida : weather. For control, the standby .

: . . : I remedy Is DN spray-one tea. s.
spoon to a gallon of water. The '.
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clerk at the garden center may
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have a better suggestion.
311 North Orange St.
I Sulfur Spray, four tablespoons
'New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
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Phone GArden 8-5464
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Louis D. Highsmith. Owners
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loves me not. many years, we determine ',,S" to harvest. Before planting, apply Diazinon-either wettable powder

me or that he Is dependable, that : ', or emulsion-as a soil application in sufficient water according to label

Some things one can be he sells quality merchandise \ :*.,. .', Instructions. Disc or mix thoroughly into top layer of the soil. Result-

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THE BOOK NOOKWould this period of time that he wrote
most his best symphonies. He

you like to read a book also composed 32 piano sonatas. jl

about one of the World's greatest Library Assistant COMPARE AND YOU'll AGREE...

musicians and concert plan. Flynn Edmonson.

ists. Well Beethoven<< Is one of w

the best you can read. BEHIND THE CURTAINBy 1

Beethoven was a German composer John Gunther 1i

who brought new force
This Is an informative and i
and flexibility to music.
factual story about the European
Beethoven was born In Bonn, ,
Countries behind the Iron !
Germany, of a poor family, laterat
14 he was a court organistand curtain. .
his pay helped take care With all the current interest I.SHELTON'!

of his family. At 28 Beethovenlost in Communism, this book is a I $

his hearing, and It was at must.
_._-- The author and his wife traveled -
behind the curtain and actually

LIGHT'BULLDOZING I saw how the people live

and the they un. Flavor
Fill Dirt. Building Sand. Shell Impressment Aged Choice Beef
dergo because of Communism.These .
ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSONHE countries include those of

and the Baltic
9-2357-Flagler Beach Eastern Europe
States. They tell us how the


\ how countries they became have faired satellites since and the CHUCK ROAST lb. 49Shoulder

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MAKES This is an interesting and

Agent For factual report relayed in and interesting *
and enlightening man ROAST World' BeatHAMBURGER
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RCA & PHILCOTUBES ner. It Is highly recommended Lb.

for' anyone who is interested in 89c
& ANTENNAS SOLD 2U>..
AND INSTALLED Communism and its causes and CUBED -
effects. STEAK 99c

TUBES TESTED FREE I Sandy Lee Gumble Lb. SHORT RIBS Lb. 490,

Library ReportHugh


TV_ Bob Ft. Lauderdale Taylor Birch was State Florida's Parkat ALL MEAT W 'Lb. 6ge NECK BONES 6 LB.. 'i00

FLAGLER BEACH most popular park last year

PHONE HE 9-2204 i;with 640,000 visitors. RIB STEAKS

NAVIGATION I DISTRICT __ [b. 890'." ,. MULLET, 6' L6. $100I
FLORIDA INLAND
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STATEMENT. OF' CONDITION AT DECEMBER 11, 1083.

ASSETS .. 69,722.41 Food IcingQuarters
$
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Cash In Banke ... ---------.- 4.83S'SI
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Office Lands Furniture Owned In..Fee"Equipment ._-.._-, --- 6,173.27 COME IN AND MEET OUR NEW BUTCHERSOLEO
Petty Cash ._____..__.__.----.-.----- 36.00 ."
LOUIS
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Surplus _...................._._._...._..LIABILITIES.....-.-._...____.__..____.$120,784,33 :

Caeh RECEIPTS 1n Dank. January I, un _......_______' ____.$ 32,166.3{ FARM FRESH
PRODUCE
Received During Year:
Tax Redemptions -..-.-..-S 1,18 ", "
Note. :::= 2,437.60
Interest on U.S. ..._.__....... 0.000.00 ;1
Sale of U. 8. Notes 0-
Lease to City of Boca Raton _._........... 1.00 RED RIPE
LB.
Payment, stopped on check No. A-6671...... 1.00 >
aM restored to bank account 1 O
Sail of MSA.n04. Flalfler! County.... .1.135.00
Sale of MSA-622 Palm Beach County .. 10. O.00._ r' F TOMATOES I Carton 190

Reimbursement Duval County expenseRe.........._..t....._.:...MSA-Ul....._._..:._ .'I.04.. 0' .t., ", 't. .
Reimbursement ne: CSA PBU I FANCY
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Palm Beach County 1&0.00 ,

Payment Palm Beach for County Appral.a_.....of'._....MSA-622._..........._ 250.00 Limit Two With $5.00 or AVACADOS 190

Payment Broward for County: ADpraleal of.. MSA:727...:B: 200.00 .More Food Order Each'
R/W through part I FIRM CRISPCELERY ,
Payment MSA-nT-B.for Road Broward County _......._.. 200.00 d .

I. Refund of deposit of funds not expend...._... ''
111.17
ed In re: Winter Beach cut-off 2 Stalks 250 ;

Reimbursement 7.4 ....,...._........of.......expensu.......-..-...__re.:.....MSA........ 250.00 ,_. 1
...._. 39.75
Sale Refund of Atlases on Surety......Bond....._...Premiums........_._........ 15.68 Hershey's

Refund on rental Tax of withheld file cabinets..........:::::: 2,606.40 62.02Withholding : DAIRY PRODUCTS

Social State retirement Security withheld withheld' ..:::::::::=:::::=::: 767.88. $7.T11.3I

Total Cash January 1. 192 and received during year ....._........$129,88121 SUGAR
HALF GALLON JUGSEALTESTMILK
DISDtltsEMENTS Otnce: Furniture & Fixtures ...........?.:?...$ 1.232.99 $ 1,232.99


Administrative Surety Bond Premiums Expense: .........._....__ 87.60. 49
Commissioners' Per DiemCommissioners' _.....__... 4860.00
Mileage ...._...___. 763.23Employees' 5 IBS.
Salaries' ..... 3616.00 ;;
Office Rent -. .-.....::::::::::..,.:.-,::.-.=: 1,060.00: 39 PLUS DEPOSIT ON BOTTLES
Safe Deposit Box Rent _.,._... 12.60
& Supplies .. 124.21
Stationery Printing
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Postage & Express __...... .. 44.00 MR. G FROZEN 9 OZ.
& ,,_ ___ 367.83
Telephone Miscellaneous Telegraph ..'.......00._"..'...'_._..". 83.42
Equipment Repairs Expense................_..._....... 16.46 11004.14
I Limit One With $5.00 or French Fries Each 9*

Legal Attorney's Expense.Salary: ...._....._......_._| 9000.00 ,
Stationery Printing & SuppliesPostage 1.76 More Food Order
_. .... 40.00
Telephone & -Telegraph- :..==:== 64.65: LIMIT THREE PLEASE
Travel Expense _.. . ... 420.74
Legal Advertisements 783.14
Legal Fees 45.SO $10,365.48
LARUTA CORNED LISTERINE
Engineering Surveys & Procurement: Maxwell House 520
General Manager's Salary 10000.00 MEDIUM
H nager's Secretary' Salary ..-__ 4,327.13 Bac BEEF 393
Extra Office .. 196.00 Each
Maps, Prints Help& Supplies? ....,.,._._..._ 383.12: LISTERINE 75COFFEE -
Telephone & TelegraphTravel _.__ 683.90 LARGE .,
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Expense ___ 857.68
Postage A Office Expense 311.07Omce FOOD KING

Miscellaenous& Equipment._Rent__._..__ 1,913.48 16.98 KLEENEX 2 ROLLS
Setting pipes at corners of MSA-622 164.36 TUNA Each fge

Subscriptions Equipment repair......,...?..&.'.....service...........____._... 120.00'35.00 $18.895.71 . . TOWELS 39c

Right of Way Expenses: HUNT'S 20 OZ. Each
Title Insurance Premiums &: Examination

County of various.._MSA'.__.in....._Indian River__..$ 180.00 1 Lb. CATSUP 19c<<: NIBLET'S t2 OZ. W. K.
Payment for Quit Claim re: MSA 615 49 .
! group ....._. 10.00J CORN 19c
Certificate of Commissioner of Agriculture Limit One Each
J, _......_.____._ 1.60 Bag
of Island New River for
I Purchase R/W _..__........._.A...?........?._, _...t__ 6,000.00
( Recording Fees 241.70 KRAFT'S 18 OZ. GRAPE MONOGRAM
Survey of MSA 1 i''Br ward County 190.00: I Limit One With $5.00 or
Certificates & Reports Titles ..._...... UI.15I
I Appraisal &Expense Descriptions.._on._. of..R/W_in.., 1,425.00 More Food Order JELLY Each 31<5 RICE 3 Lb. 39c
Sketches
New River Sound ..._._.._._.... 175.00' 7.944.95 .


Miscellaneous Henry Expense Holland of State Expenses Buekman Auditor: ....-..-._..__-__.".j 916.32 6,246.64Wlthholding Quantity[ Rights Reserved 50 FREE 1 50 FREE

Retirement Tax Paid Paid ..._..__......:.. 2,605.40State :747.96: Prices Good Through TOP VALUE STAMPS i TOP VALUE STAMPS
Social Security Paid ........---_-........... 292.U $10,727.60
Total Disbursements _______ .3 60.ltO.77 1-26-63 if with the purchase of With dOOrdremore
Cash In Banks December SI, 1962 ... _$ 69,723.44 TORE, HOURS: THREE and this Coupon at
This Statement has ben prepared In accordance with provisions of :
Chaper 14723. Laws of Florida. 1931. Details of accounts with supporting Week Days 8 cum. 7 p.m. FRYERS SHELTON'S GROCERY
vouchers are on flit In the office of the Treasurer.
>, ?*. O. F. ALPORD. Saturdays 8 turn. 9 p.m. Coupon Void 1.26-63 Coupon Void 1.26-63
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GARDEN CLUB business meeting. i
CAME PARTY New members welcomed were
Garden Club Game Party Mrs. E. Lester Stanton, Mrs.I
chairman Juanfcta Strauser said Floyd Tingley and Mrs. Roger ALL OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE BEEF-

today plans have been completed Hoose.A i MONEY BACKU.
GUARANTEED TENDER OR
fund was started for a bad.
31,
for the party on January
at seven thltry at the Womans ly needed piano. Emily Gage
d, Clubhouse. and Betty Shultz were named on S. Choice Grade Sirloin Grade A Western BeefSTEAK
the committee. Hostesses for the
Members have been working
hard to make It a very pleasant day were Louella Fleurle and Lb. Chuck Lb- <
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evening for those attending. Flossie Haines.METHODIST 98 Roast 59
t Coffee will be served during the
+ evening and prizes, Includingdoor CHURCH' NEWS
prizes will be given. The Junior ch'oir will give a
Proceeds from the party will special song next Sunday at the Palm River SlicedBacon Larry' Home Made Pure Pork
be used for replacing shrubs in regular worship service at 11:00a. :
the park and to also make more I m. with Rev. Reynold Hoover, Lb. Lb.
improvements in the park. !!minister. Church School time is 49 Sausage 49 .
The public Is invited to attend ,I at 9:45: a. m.
'I the party. The children of the church
school are saving canceled post
Mr and Mrs. Frank Schwenkand age stamps which will be sent I Swift's Premium. All Meat Vacuum Baby Beef
Prof. Theo II. Weber have to pay for milk and to help de. Packed TENDERLIVER
returned from a several days liver surplus foods tq needy people
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred around the world. Anyone u
Juengling who are spending a wishing to contribute their canceled FRANKS 49* 49
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month at the River Garden .stamps (any kind) please
I Trailer Court, Estero, Florida. call Airs Lester Stanton:
While on the new pier at Sunday, January 27th BIt 7:30p. I
I Naples !the group saw a sixteen m. there will be an evening' Folgers Henderson's SuperfineSUGAR
year old boy land a 400 pound Hymn Sing and presentation of
tiger shark, which gave him a church symbolism by Rev. Hoov 5 Lb.
two hour battle. er. Everyone is Invited. COFFEE 39 .39*
Monday, January 28th at 7:30p. Bag
CLUB. NEWS m. the executive board of the
Country Auction, costumes and Methodist Mens' Club will meetat Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With$5.00 or More Food Order
everything, to be held Feb. 13 at the home of Leonard Johnson.,
( 2 p. m. before the business meet. Tickets are now on sale for
( ingot the Flagler Woman's Club. I(the Smorgasbord sponsored by Jiffy (Pops in Own Pkg.) Shurfine Qt. SaladDressing
Everyone is invited to attend. the Womens Society of Christian
Refreshments will be served dur 'Service for February 8th, 5 to 7 i Pkg
[ ing Intermission. Anyone who 'I p. m. in the church building. It Popcorn 25 39'
has items to be donated for sale will include many Swedish
; please leave them at Massie's dishes such as: Meatballs, Syta
Motor Court, Mrs. C. Shultz 1424S. (pressed veal), brown beans, Pops Approx. One Gallon Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
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Central Ave., or Mrs. E. P. breads, home baked Limpa (rye
Fleurle, 115 5th St. Mrs. C.. bread) and cookies. Besides Blended
Shultz and Mrs. Harold Massie these and other Swedish dishes PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUITto Shurfine-Halves or Sliced
l are Chairmen of this event. there will\ be baked and fried
Proceeds are to go toward a fish, roast turkey, baked ham, 46; Oz. 00 Peaches 4'2 $1 00t
Juice
piano for the club hbuse. I.potato sausage, assorted cold 4 $1 Cars
Acovered dish luncheon was meats, cheeses, pickled fish, relIshes caps
I enjoyed by members and friends various salads and pld t
of the Flagler Woman's Club favorite dishes. Kraft's BarBQSauce '
Cabot
last Wednesday preceedlng their (Continued on Page 10) CharcoalBriquets'S

NOTICEYou 2 1 Jarsz. 69* / : 69*


FREE Plastic Car Litter Bag
GRILLITE STARTER Qt. ............ 39c
are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror LIQUID JOY -VELIVORY LUX .
his assistant will be present in the various pre DETERGENT Van Camp's
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
120Z.
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland 12 OZ. PLASTIC BOTTLE Corn Beef 2
Intangible Property, and applications for Homestead -* 35d SWift's Cans 89
and other exemptions.Precinct 22 OZ. PLASTIC BOTTLE
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No. 1-Bunnell. Tax Assessor's Office, Friday Feb e preen Mix or Match
ruary 1, 8:00 A.?.!. to 12:00 Noon.

Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell Post Office. Friday. February 1. FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE
2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. 24 Oz. Winter Garden

Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach Post Office, Tuesday. February Apple Jonathon' Controlled Atmosphere
5, 9:00 A.?.!. to 10:00 A.M. 00
Cherry Pies 3 for$1 3 lb. *
Precinct No. 5A. Animal Land. Tuesday. February 5. Peach Apples | 39
10:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Bag

Precinct No. Espanola. County Polling Building. Tues 11 Oz. Morton Meat or Fowl
day, February 5, 11:30 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. Mo. 1 Maine Cobbler White

Precinct No. 3A-Korona. White Eagle Tuesday February "
5, 1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. Dinners 2' 89 Potatoes 101b. 39*

Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek Townsend Store, Tuesday, February Bag
5. 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.
Birdseye ChoppedBroccoli
Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall Tues. Crisp
day. February 5. 2:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.

The Tax Laws require that you file a return on 1 ftM 1 9 CELERY Per 1O fir
Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regardless Stalk
of the amount, before April 1st, and I am
to ten percent penalty Mr. G FrenchFRIES
required assess a upon your Cello 1 Lb. Pkg.Carrots.
failure to do so.

All applications for exemption must also be 90z. .
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Officeis Pkg. 2Pk8S 19'I
open from 8:00: A. 1\1. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00to :
5:00: P. M. and we will be'glad to assist you,
if possible. A=LA ER
rIIzi FOOD STORE ,

? Respectfully, /

;. D. D. MOODY: ..

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Tax Assessor.

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twelve ounces. The Sheltons are I This meeting was held In the BEAR-PROOF LIDS
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.former residents of nunnell.I' Representatives Room in the I A minor technological break
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'i Capitol Building and was well through has been achieved In
Q E.. I iI ATTENDS STATEASSOCIATION j jI ; attended by County Superintend. Yellowstone'National Park. Bear-

I IN I'ents and Board Members, both I proof lids, placed on garbagecans
LOCALS i TALLAHASSEE I old and new, from all over the throughout the park in the
I Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rice attended t state. summer of 1962, defied all efforts -
i the orientation meeting Supt. Z. D. Holland was preS. of grizzlies to remove them.
I for County Superintendents and I ent and remained for the conclusion
ROYAL NEIGHBORS METHODIST new Board Members in Talla of the meeting on Tues. Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
TO MEET MONDAY CHURCH NEWS hassee Monday. I day. $2L50 A Year In Advance

The Royal Neighbors will meet First Methodist Church Sunday .
Monday night, January 28, at school convenes at 10 o'
the home of Mrs. Eugenia Allen, clock and the morning worshipis
Mrs. :Blanche Akers said today. at 11 o'clock. REVIVAL
The meeting will be at 7:30. At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon
The election of officers will be there will be a Christian Work.
on the order of business. All ers' School at the United Meth. i
members are urged to attend. odist Church In Hastings.The .) I
MYF will meet at 5 o'. First Baptist ChurchBUNNELL '
KORONA COMMUNITYTO clock for a snack supper with
HOLD PARTY vesper services following the FLORIDA
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supper. All young people are
The' Korona Community' will invited to attend.
hold a bingo and card get-to- Choir practice is at 5 o'clock \
gether party January 27 at 2 "
Wednesday afternoon. There will
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P.Me at St. Mary's Hall. be a nursery provided for the ,!
The public is Invited to at children of !those who wish to -, ::, ,.
tend. Refreshments will be Join the choir.Thursday c
served.V. (tonight) at 6:30 the OLD : SPECIAL
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district Methodist Men's Club
F. W. AUXILIARY will be at First Church in San.
TO MEET TONIGHT ford.
FASHIONEDSOSPEL ;i MUSIC
The Auxiliary to the V.F.W.
Post 5213 will be held tonightat Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. F.
the V.F.W. Club rooms on J. Chambers Wednesday and
the corner of Moody Blvd. and Thursday of last week was their EACH :
Main Street. son Fred Jr., or West Palm

The meeting will be held at Beach. ra ,
8 o'clock, Mrs. Clarice Taylor p.t Y
said today. I' Richard Yelvington returned PREACHING k SERVICE
home Wednesday from the Halifax .
BPW CLUB MEMBERS I' Hospital where he received I
PLAN TO ATTEND treatment for two weeks. He will sic ,
DISTRICT MEETING I rest at his mothers, Mrs. Laurie ELVIN ANDERSON
Yelvington, for some time.
District Four meeting of the I EvangelistS
Business and Professional
en's Clubs will be held wom'J BERTHAS ORSERVE 7:45
January 27, in Mount SILVER WEDDING DAYS SUNDAY thru SUNDAY P.M.

cal club president Gwen McGrlff ANNIVERSARY
said today. Registration will be I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertha JANUARY 27th thru FEBRUARY2nd
at 10:30: at the Mount Dora High celebrated their silver wedding I
School. anniversary Tuesday. The oc.
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Mrs. McGriff urges all mem- casion was marked with members --- -
bers to attend. She also statedit of the immediate family
is important that each Member present. ;
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carry their current ,dues Mrs.*rthls the former MiSs <
card and emblem. Jeanette Bankston of Bunnell.
The couple have three sons and Get Ready Now! _
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter three grand. children.Z. .
Knight are Mr. and Mrs. Ray .
mond McCord of Clarkton, Mo., D. Holland was in Talla
who are vacationing In Florida. hassee Sunday through Tuesday
i attending the orientation/ meet. with .
House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ing for school board membersand
Ray Sturman during 'the week superintendents held there
end were Lt. and Mrs. William Monday and Tuesday. He was
Livingston and daughters, Mary accompanied there by his son, A .(J.I.amw
Ann and Kathy. They have just Cary.
returned from three years tour
,I of duty with /the Army in Hawaii Miss Carol Craig, who is at. GAS HEATERS
I and were enroute to Ft. Devins, tending Jacksonville University,
Mass. where he will be station. spent the past weekend here
ed. Lt. Livingston is Mrs. Stur- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
man's SQn. James Craig. She is a senior at $1700You
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the University and has recently
Joe and John Kuenzi of Fair. completed her practice teaching
-_'-"" __- all the best features in
bury, Ill., arrived for a visit here there. get
and in baytona Beach. They the Thermolaire of your choice.
flew down by private plane. Mrs. Bill Deen is reported as
They 'are members of the Flying improving after .a bout with the
Farmers and they plan to flu. She will remain in the hospital t Et11rI!
fly to California in March where for a few days before re
the group will go by Jet to turning to her home. . your Thermolafre heater is styled
a Hawaii convention. Joe residedin teww like fine furniture with attractive sad
Flagler County during the Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr., Is spend. dle brown finish to blend with any
20's and was engaged in farming ing some time in Ocala with color scheme.EmmtimD.
and also in the hardware her grandson, O. C. Shelton and
business. his family. + ;
,I 0'
. beautiful enameled cabinet, life
Mr and Mrs. Walter Knight A SON FOR
time cast iron burner,
permanent
were in Deland Sunday after THE SHELTONSMr. aluminized steel air-llow interior.
noon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. O. C. Shelton, Jr.,
Dan Knight. Dan has recently of Ocala are the parents of a r rX84
returned to his home there after son born January 21 at the Monroe ECONOMY
receiving medical (treatment at Memorial Hospital in Ocala.
. low cost plus certified heater
the .Base Hospital in Orlando. Fie checked in at seven pounds ,, performance that converts every bit of
rr, your gas into body warming comfort.
:
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24 Hour ..
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"':./, <(,,"' ']Owner Bunnell, Florida Phone I IB 7-33S7 Binned, Fia.

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1 t'AGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 24, 1963 I

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am aware of the part that 'not impressed :II
t ; Too LateT'a constructive advertising: has 'demonstrations i: Friday January 25, Taylor A &: B Boys There 7:15

-L" played in expanding markets, graphs or charts. Saturday January 26, Hastings A &: B Boys Home 7:00

Classify reducing costs to the consumer prove a cockeyed ;|Tuesday, January 29, Callahan A &: B Boys There 7:00

and making this country a bet. book. Friday February 1, St. Augustine A &: B Boys There 6:30:

j Bv Russell! KayI ter place In which to live.I I I Saturday, Feb. 2, Fla... Military A &: B Boys There 7:00

Aside from the Saturday Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls There 6:30
I appreciate the fact that ad. have quarrel with ad I claims and Tuesday Feb. 5
no | Father Lopez A &: B Boys There 6:30
{ vertislng pays for many of the vertising. I believe In It and j proofs any sane, Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A &: B Boys There 7:00

splendid radio and television respect it for what it Is and vidual knows that Friday, February 8, Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30

programs I enjoy. I know that what It does.I or toothpaste or Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City A &: B Boys Home 7:00
were It not for the tremendous perior to all others.
FEBRUARY 13
Investment of cer do, however, have a bone' CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
advertising
the case a lot of Tuesday, Feb. 19, St. Augustine A & B Home
: Boys 7:00
to with adver
lain have pick present-day
I would not
5 the pleasure sponsors of seeing World tising methods and practices. I ago have and been their out of I Monday Feb. 25, Fla. Military A & B Boys Home 6:30

1 Series ball games In full, color, strongly resent the hard-sell Most any of the

and I understand the Importance programs now being practicedand arresters will give PETERSON TEXACO
and value of commercial com so dear to the heart of Community
) lief In time If you SERVICE .
of the bright men
I IIIFVEN- many young ache but I haven't I ROAD SERVICE Memorial ChurchInterdencmlaatloBal
ill Till CIRCUIT COURT of Madison Avenue.
\ TII JiriHCIAb CIHCIIIT/ I* ANI) yet that Is "Fast,
COUNTY KLOItIII Light Mechanical Work
MOIL*. FI.AULKR CIIANCEHY NO. .2. Ill I resent having my Intelll So 'I wish that Phone 4373441<< Bunnell AIR CONDITIONED
tlHION! *A" gence insulted every time I turna stages the race :
EDYTHE M. BRISTOWFlaintlff I
radio or television knob. I stream would Daytona Ave

ALTON LEE v..BRISTOW, object to the bad taste In muchof awhile.I FREE PAINT FLAGLER BEACH

Defendant today's advertising. I am sick One extra of choice School A.
NOTICE TO API'KAH ANDIN am old gallon your I Sunday 10:00 M

THE NAME ANyWEIt! OF THE STATE of the announcers screaming believe that a with each gallo] FOil buy Church Service 11:00 A.M.

. OF FLOIUDA yelling, threatening, finger point. a cake of soap will Mary Carter Paint Store I R W. DICKERT. Pastor
: ,TO: ALTON LEE BRISTOW. ng, warning pleading, Imploring !
65LIDEUTY for as society .
BOX EVERYONE
WELCOMEFOR !
NORTH CAROLINA and begging.I Ala* W.stat. fth..pl.. Oater \
You are hereby notified that a believe a special North'm A J
suit has been brought against you or roll-on is
In the Circuit Cour of Flagler am a more or less normal
County Florida, ow q !ltl"nJr. Individual. I experience the don't worry about
EDYTHE M. ls skin. If I want
and you are hereby requrled to same problems as most people.
die, v personally, or by attorney.With greasy kid stuff
the Clerk of said Court, your I have body odor falling hair, PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
written defense, If any, to the dandruff, bad breath indlgesion. thafs my business.
Hill In Equity In said suit, on or Cigarettes and CANCER
before the 26th day of February, Irregularity, heart burn,
A. D. un and also to serve a copy headaches plain cigarettes
of your written sniffles and a lot of AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
Messrs. Osslnsky & Krol,attorneys I, other things on occasions. Ex. haven't found a
for Plaintiff, at their office address
ference In the T. COOK AGENCYPhone
at 411 Main Street. Daytona Beach, erlence and common sense .

of Florida February, on or A.before D. 19(1 the as 26th requiredby day have enabled me to live with None of them ID 73361 Bunnell Florida

the Florida, ::Decree Rule and such annoyances and I don't, : smooth, smooth"
herein fall not Pro Con or
says are they
fesso and Final Decree will be entered brood or worry over them. I Just
against you by default. don't like being reminded over cool Wouldn't It I
That the name of the Court in
which said suit has been Instituted I I I and ove>,' and over:, again,' that some honest guy
In the Circuit Court, Seventh Ju- "My product Is
dicial Circuit of Florida, In and physically I'am a total loss and CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
for Flagler County In Equity and a danger to society. you try it, thanks
that the title of said cause Is as
herelnabove set forth. Most of the products the an. and now go back A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
You further notified that the "
are gram. I think I'd
nouncers and tear their
rave
nature of said suit Is a suit for JOHN HARDIN. Associate
divorce and other relief as set forth hair about are good, but none pure gratification.
In Plaintiffs Bill In Equity.'
WITNESS my hand and seal of I are as good as they claim and Am' LADY OXYGEN
office at Bunnell, Florida, this 23rd In Subscribe to The CONDITIONED
day A, D. 1963. spite of what nine out Often I I EQUIPPED

Circuit E.'fla8"y'ti Court( ot. as Flagler Clerk of County the- doctors say, or how many _5250_ A Year In CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

Florida. fewer cavities some kid had, or ORMOND

Circuit\ Court& KHOL Seal how fast this or that pain rem. Phone ID 7-3532

Solicitors for Plaintiff edy may be, it all adds up to Sick Room
4Main Street 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Daytona Beach Florida a lot of high pressure blash and HOSPITAL .

Jan. 24-31 ,&....Feb. 7.144toNOTICII baloney and when you get right 24-Hour :

f Notice -14 hereby given that the down to it, I am Inclined. feel Free Delivery in ml. I Subscribe to The{faster Tribune, Sz.so Yearly in AdvanceWhen

V' State Itoad Department of Florida that"the best buy for any sane ORMONDABEACH-TeL OR 7-1611
will hold a public hearing concern '
Ing the location and economic effects ,
of proposed Interstate Route ww I
95. State Road 9 Federal Interstate
Project No. 1-95-4 (7) 268, Job
73001-1401. from VolusU County come bigger pofatd profhsjY
line northerly to St. Johns Countyline
I ; and Job 78080-1401, from
Flagler 'County line northerly to
Duval County line.: This hearing ,
will be held In the Courtroom of
it
St. Johns County Courthouse In file
l:::It. Augustine Florida on the 14th
day of February, 1963 at 2:00: I' r.1. aGg d. a bah isL ye,
I (KOT). pursuant to Section 116 (c)
of Public Law 627 of the 84th
, Congress.
All persons wishing to be heard
are hereby notified to appear at
said meeting.JOHN .
It. PHILLIPS. Chairman Oe
1 State Road Department of la
Florida k
January 24 & SI, 1963-2tc 'ri
T y
1 1 NOTICE
I Notice Is hereby given that the
i State Road Department will holda
> public hearing concerning the 10'Itlon -
,'' and economic effects of pro- '.
" polen Job 73550-3601. Federal Aid
t' ProjectIV. No. 8-383(2)( on State Road
,3.1 from State Itoad 6 in Bun
nell to State Head 8-205 at Kspanola. -
In Flagler County, Florida
'I In the Courtroom Flakier County
I I Courthouse, Bunnell Florida onFriday. ;;
February 1, 1963 at 2:00P.
I M, (EST) pursuant to Section ;t.
118c) of Public Law 627 of the
I 84th Congress. sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate", clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight. f
All persons wishing to be heard
I are hereby notified to appear at

said JOHN Florida meeting.It.State PHILLIPS Itoad bepartment Chairman Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights' !

January 24 & 31. 1963-2tc maneb fungicide
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f TUB CIIICtlT: COURT OF '
KLAULiKn IN CIIANCKUY COUNTY NO., FLORIDA 4397OVE . assure top yields of No. 1 5 '

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PlaintiffANN '
va. Onechenilcal blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"

GLORIA KJELDSEN.Defendant, maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. I-

THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA I1KKI:NO TO: Better yield, quality aid Pfoflta-uManzate" helps boost yields as ,,'; '

d ANN ULORIA KJELUSEN much as 40 bushels per acre . gives you more fl's, and naturally 's" ''f.t\: \

r 111 Franklin Daffodil Square Avenue increases profits, proved by growers in all major producing areas. f.1': ', "., .

I You Long are Island hereby New notified York that a I Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough disease,mild on plants.It can be :''t-\ '

I suit has been filed against you In used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth. ,I:. ,9
and ,
the above entitled cause; you
j are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer '' Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to s't,, '..

and to serve a ropy thereof upon ,t, mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides "r'f:
the plaintiff or plaintiffs' attorney, and fertilizers so save with efficient combination "
whose name and address Is: : you money sprays. ...

W..'. O.L. Box WADSWORTH 396Bunnell. Saves trouble--"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the .':. '.

Florida 1 j years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy '.
not later than February 16, A. D. handling.
I 1963.
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If you fall to do so, decree pro .'
cenfessa will be entered against \ On aft chemicals,follow labeling instructions and warnings care/uQy. ; ..
yp u for the relief demanded in the '
bill *f complaint The nature of '

ftaid'WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.an seal of 00(J PONJ : '
said Court this 15th day of Jan- ) MANZATE
"ofllclal. n. 1963. F. Clerk Seal) of said E. A.Circuit SMYTHE Court I yield bushels more of it's like these. Field -.a..4Na maneb fun < ;
By Julia R. Harvey applications of"ManaaU"protect your crops emu THINGS 101 BtTTU UVING g't
\ Deputy Clerk from late blight tuber rot, too. ...THWUGH CHfMHTlr ,
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iaISONAVETHERI
AND
Dandee Merry-Go-Round

OCD SPECIALS PRICES On Our Parking Lot

SATURDAY JAN. 26th
i wwrn J+ v"ww++J4w'rr+NVJ"" rn ,

FIRST-FAST-TRUE-EXTRA SPECIAL COPELAND'S SLAB HICKORY SMOKED

Pork Chops 3 LBS. 99< BACON Ib. 33



u, s. CHOICE DOLLAR
BEEF SALE TOP GRADE SPECIALS

CHUCK STEAK 1b 59 PIG TAILS 4Ibs $
PIG EARS 4 lb.

Club Steak or Rib o Roast, Ib. 69 WEINERS: .. ]t:::
.. .: SAUSAGE SMOKED (
ROLLED OVEN-ENGLISH OR RUMP PIG FEET (WHOLE) 6 _
Ibs .)
ROAST lb. 79 BEEF LIVER. .3ib.

FOR BROILING .1 . PORK, LIVER 3 lb. \

-BONE STEAK Ibo 95* HOG NECK MAWS BONES Sibs 6lbs i

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Ground Beef 3 LBS. 'I00 TIDE ". 4 9


FANCY GOURMET MEATS i ,
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\. PREPARED ON REQUEST LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MRE.FOOD ORDER
DIXIE CRYSTAL PARKAY 1 LB.QTRS '
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SUGAR 5 : 38'' PILLSBURY OLEO OR BALLARD :) 1/ , 1 29e

CANS
BISCUITS 4 29*
LIMIT ONE WITH$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
STRIETMANN'S 1 LB.BOXES
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FOR
HONEY GRAHAMS 3 1 a ea
SUPREME-ROUND DELUX PINTS-ALL FLAVORS
ICE CREAM 3 FOR 69C '
OUR VALUE 12 OZ.JAR'< We New Have FRANK GROVER Managing Produce lept.
CATSUP EACH IOC6oz.JAR79
GEORGIA RED No. 1
MAXWELL COFFEE HOUSE INSTANT <} SWEET POTATOES 3 LBS- %5i

LARGE FLORIDA HEAD

tI:1!: ; LETTUCE EACH i7c

ROME BEAUTY COOKING-BAKING-EATING
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II'llI/IHI'"W IIItEI APPLES 2. LBS. %5e.

BIRDSEYE MIX OR MATCH 1 LB. CELLO BAG .
BABY LIMAS,FORDHOOK LIMAS,BROCCOLI ". '"
SPEARS,CAULIFLOWER 2 FOR 49069e CARROTS t : ',. .'2 FOR 15c!

SARA LEE ALL BUTTER 12 OZ.SIZE FANCY FLORIDA ,
POUND CAKE'. TOMATOES 2 LBS 49e.:



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BOND "III/

STAMPS
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Phone 437-3227 I BUNNELLQUANTITY
WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
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AGE BIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 24, 1963

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I Too Late am aware of the part that:'not Impressed with sclentltlc'demonstrations 11I

constructive advertising has or elaborate I,Friday, January 25, Taylor A & B Boys There 7:15

played in expanding markets, graphs or charts. They don't! Saturday, January 26, Hastings A & B Boys Home 7:00

To Classify reducing costs to the consumer prove a cockeyed thing In my I Tuesday, January 29, Oallahan A & B Boys There 7:00

and making this country a bet book. Friday, February 1, St. Augustine A & B Boys There 6:30

I BY Russell Kay ter place in which to live.I I I Saturday, Feb. 2, Fla. Military A & B Boys There 7:00:

ad. Aside from the extravagant Saturday, Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls There 6:30

I appreciate the fact that have no .quarrel with ad I claims and so.called scientific Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez A & B Boys There 6:30
of the
vertlslng pays for many television vertising. I believe in it and j proofs any sane, sensible individual Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A & B Boys There 7:00

splendid radio and that respect it for what it is and knows that no one soap, Friday, February 8, Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30:

programs I enjoy. I know what it does.I or toothpaste or detergent is su Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City A & B Boys Home 7:00
were it not for the tremendous perior to all others. If that were
FEBRUARY 13
advertising investment of cer do, however, have a boneto CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
the case a lot of concerns would Tuesday, Feb. 19, St. Augustine A & B Home
4 tarn I would not have pick with present-day adver Boys 7:00:
sponsors
have been out of business long I Monday, Feb. 25, Fla. A & B Home
I 4 the pleasure of seeing World Using methods and practices. I ago and their product forgotten. Military Boys 6:30:

Series ball games In full color, strongly resent the hard-sell i
Most any of the popular pain -
and I understand the importance programs now being practicedand
arresters'will
give you some' relief PETERSON TEXACO
and value of commercial com ; so dear to the heart of Community
in time if you have a head. SERVICE
of the bright men
1 IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH of many Madison Avenue. young ache but I haven't found one, I ROAD SERVICE "F'Ir.1 Memorial Church
JUDICIAL CIIICUIT, IN ANDI yet that is "Fast, Fast, Fast.
COUNTY KLOII- Light Mechanical Work .
"'FLAULKII Iater-4en mlnatlQMl
IDA ciiANCunr NO. 4563. m- I resent having my Intelligence So 1 wish that screwball who Phone 437.3441 Bunnell

ISION "A" Insulted every time I turna stages the race to my blood. AIR CONDITIONED
BDYTHU ltL
IIRISTO Wntift{ radio or television knob. I stream would clam up for' z Daytona Ave.

.ALTON LEE v.DRISTOW object to the bad taste In muchof awhile.I II' FREE PAINTOne FLAGLER BEACH

NOTICE TO AFI'KAIt Defendant AND today's advertising. I am sick am old fashioned enough to extra gallon of your choice I Sunday School 10:00 A. M.

,l, 1 IN THE NAME ANSWER OF TilE STATE of the announcers screaming, believe that a dally bath witha with each gaUor{ TOil buy Church Service 11:00 A. M.

*' yelling, threatening, finger point. cake of will do much
'; AiyTONIUEH BIUSTOW soap as Mary Carter Paint Store R. W. DICKERT Pastor
TO: Ing, warning, pleading, implor
Box 65LIBERTY for as society demands. I don't
EVERYONE WELCOME
NORTH CAROLINA ing and begging.I AUe w....... *"..*!.( Caster
You are hereby notified that a believe a special cream or sprayor ..
suit ham been brourht aoralnet! you roll-on is wonderful and I
,
In th.rcult" Court of Flagler am a more or less normal

County Florida hs'O\fQ'Vltla'ntl' : byEDYTIlE [, Individual. I experience the I, don't worry about my delicate
M. FOR
and you are hereby requrled to same problems as most people.I skin. If I want to use that

With file, v the. 1t\f:: or said by Court attorney., your have body odor, falling hair, greasy kid stuff in my' hair PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES, OF

written defenses, If any, to the dandruff, bad breath, Indiges- thaifs my business. )

before Bill In EqUltltIn day laid of suit February.A. on or. tion, irregularity, heart bum, Cigarettes and beer are Just CANCER

D. 1J6J adI.I.o to serve a copy plain cigarettes and beer. I
headaches
sniffles and lot of
of your written defense upon a AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
I Messrs.! Osslnsky & Krol, attorneys other things on occasions. Ex. haven't found a whole lot of difference .
i for Plaintiff, at their office addressat in the various
bands.
411 Main Street, Daytona Beach, erlence and common sense T. COOK AGENCY
Florida, on or before the 26th day have enabled me to live with None of them are "smooth, Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
of February, A. D. 1X3 as required
by the Florida Equity: Rules andherein such annoyances and I don't': smooth, smooth" as the man

fesso and fall Final not or Decree Decree will Pro be Con en brood or: worry over them.. I Just says or are they as "cool, cool,

Lured against you by default. don't like being reminded over cool." Wouldn't it be nice if
the name of the Court in
which said suit haa been instituted I and over and over again. that some honest guy simply said,
la the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial "My product is good why don't
,Circuit of Florida, In and physically I'am a total loss and CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
for Flagler County, In Equity and a danger to society. you try It, thanks for listening,
that the title of said cause la aa
erelnabove let forth. Most of the products the announcers and now go back to your pro. H. CRAIG. Funeral Dfeector
I 4 You are further notified that the "
gram. I think I'd buy Just from
rave and tear their
nature of said suit la a suit for JOHN HARDIN. Associate
divorce Plaintiffs and other relief aa set forthIn hair about are good, but none pure gratification.
Equity.
WITNESS ..f11d and seal of are as good as they claim and AIR OXYGEN
office at Bunnell, Florida, this 2Srd Subscribe to The Flagler TribuneS LADY
day January A, I), im.> in spite of what nine out often CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED

1 Circuit if A. SMYTiiE Court of. aa Flakier Ik of County the doctors say, or how many __ O A Tear In Advance CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

Florida.Circuit fewer cavities some kid had, or ORMOND PRESCRIPTION

OSSINSKY( \ Court& KILO Seal) how fast this or that pain rem PHARMACYSick Phone ID 7-3532

Solicitors for Plaintiff$ edy may be, it all adds up to Room
pl1es-Sundrle.
4Main Street BUNNELL.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. FLORIDA
Daytona Beach Florida a lot of high pressure blash and HOSPITAL SUPPLIES '

Jan. 24-81 .&... Feb. 7-14.-tto baloney "* '
NOTICE down to It, I am Inclined to feel Free Delivery in FlagleBeach I Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
J
Notice 14 hereby riven that the *
Rt. A1A 1 ml. North of
that the best for
State Itoad Department of Florida buy any sane ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7.1111
will hold a public hearing concern r
ing tn'location ana economic erfecta ,
} C n }M
wn.v
of proposed! interstate Itoute yj
95, State Itoad 9 Federal Inter.
state Project No. 1-95-4 (I) 268 Job }Hers
'7S001-HOI. from Voluila County come bigger:potato prof Its!
line northerly to St. Johns Countyline
I ; and Job 78080-1401, from
Flakier :County line northerly to / : '- ,
Duval County line.: This hearing 4
will be held In the Courtroom of .
St. Johns County Courthouse, In .P' -OIBl.
/Ht.::: Augustine, Florida on the 14th
day of February, 1961 at 2:00 P.M.
(EST). pursuant to Section 116 (c)
of Public Law 627 of the 84th
Congress.
All person! winding to be heard
: rdh meeting notified to appear at

JOHN U. PHILLIPS Chairman '
I State Itoad Department of oi* 0
Florida .
January 24 & 31, 1961-2tc .P"


< la hereby NOTICE given that the -? '
State.tI'RO/ Department will hold ;2k ; : :
a public hearing concerning the lo-
tVulon and economic effects of pro- "
nnlta Job 73550-8601. Federal Aid '
:
Vi-u>ct No. H-SS3(2) on State Road : F e
3-13 from State Road & In Bun-
' nell to State: toad 8-2105 at Eananola. -
In Flagler County FloridaIn
the Courtroom, Flakier County
Courthouse Bunnell, Florida, on
Friday February 1, 1963 at 2:00
: P. M. '(EST) pursuant to Section j ,
116c) of Public Law 627 of the
I 84th Congress.All persons .wishing to be heard When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate", clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.

are hereby notified to appear at

I paid, JOHN Florida meeting.R.State, PHILLIPS Road Department Chairman I Spray Du Pont Manzate" to control blightsmaneb '

January 24 & 31. 1 61-JtcIX '
I fungicide

Ova KbAUliKR IN TIIH ClIANCKItY KJELDSEN.CIRCUIT COUNTY NO.,COURT FLORIDA 4307 OF . .assure top yields of No. 1 's


l'lalntltf\
VB. Oa.-ch.mical blight central-a spray program with "Manzate" ;'
ANN GLORIA KJELDSEN.Defendant. maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. ",

THE NOTICE TO DEFEND: TO; Better yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as I

111 ANN Daffodil GLORIA Avenue KJKLU3EN S. much as 40 bushels per acre gives you more1's, and naturally "'.

Franklin SquareLonl' increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas. .
Island New York -
You are hereby notified that a ,. Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough disease,mild on plants.It can be

(suit the above haa been entitled filed cans aralntt; and you you In used on potatoes right up to harvest tune...won't stunt plant growth. '

are hereby required to file your answer k + ="Manzate" is
Saves time and money a wettable powder to
with the Clerk of this Court, ready ',.
and to serve a copy thereof upon mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides

whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address la attorney: .:y: 1 e and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.

W. I* 1VADSWORTH Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly
I' O. Box 396 proved over the
Uunnall. Floridanot I years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy-
later than February 16, A. D.
1963. ( handling.
If you fall to do '1>, decree pro -
enfeasQ' will be entered agalnalrpu f On aU chemicals,follow labeling intlructiont and warnings can/uRy. r, ..
for the relief demanded in the
bill ef complaint. The nature of .0
Mid suit being: for divorce. :i
1 WITNESS! my hand an seal of
said Court this 15th day of Jan > MANZATEj; F FI
A. D. 1963.OltlcUl '
uary Each with "Mantate"
acre you spray can ,caIIPIT
( Heal) E..A. SMYTHE bushel of like ............. '
Clerk of said Circuit Court I I I yield more 11'a theat. Field maneb fungicide .I'
By Julia R. Harvey application of"Maniate"protect your crops stint THINGS fOI KITE LIVING , :.1
Deputy Clerk from late bUM tuber rot, too. ..THIOWGH CHEMISTRY/ '
January 17-24-31 & Feb. T-4tc ,'.
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I January 24, 1968 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
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THE THERMOMETER FREE RIDES FOR THE KIDDIES!

,. r HAS DROPPED AND j
' SO HAVE Dandee MerryGoRoundOn
', OURPRICES
OOD SPECIALS ..: Our Parking Lot

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Pork Chops 3 IBS. 99 BACON Ib. 33BEEF ';



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SALE TOP GRADE SPECIALS
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CHUCK STEAK- Ik50 1 $ PIG TAILS 4Ibs $
PIG EARS 4 lb.

Club Steak or) Rib o Roast Ib. 69* WEINERS.,.. '31bs
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.',. I ii ,tJ SAUSAGE SMOKED 3 lbs
ROLLED OVEN-ENGLISH OR RUMP (WHOLE) '
PIG FEET 6
Ib. )
ROAST lb. 79 BEEF LIVER. ,3PORK s

FOR BROILING .i LIVER 3 it.TBONE .

STEAK Ib- 95 HOG NECK MAWS BONES 5 61bs lbs

LEAN GIANT SIZE \

Ground Beef 3 LBS 1 TIDE .:':

FANCY GOURMET MEATS 4 9

PREPARED ON REQUEST). LIMIT ONE\ WITH $5.00 OR MOREFOOD ORDER '.. I
DIXIE CRYSTAL PARKAY 1 LB.QTRS. '

SUGAR 5 ..I.a. 38'LIMIT PILLSBURY OLEO ,OR BALLARD ,": 290
I b BISCUITS 4 CANS Zge
ONE WITH$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

HONEY STRIETMANN'S GRAHAMS 1 LB.BOXES 3 FOR $100.: d I.tables .,

SUPREME-ROUND DELUX PINTS-ALL FLAVORS 'T.FNW6
FOR '4
ICE CREAM :: ,. 3 69c
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OUR VALUE 12 OZ.JAR ***'" ;* ," We Hew Have FRANK MOVER Managing Produce RepL
CATSUP EACH fOe
GEORGIA RED No. 1
COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT 6 OZ.JAR 79 SWEET POTATOES 3 LBS. 25 r

LARGE FLORIDA HEAD .
LETTUCE EACH i7c

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ROME BEAUTY COOKING-BAKING-EATING
M2M fHtsv aw ftms APPLES /. 2. LBS. 25c

BABY LIMAS,FORDHOOK BIRDSEYE LIMAS MIX,BROCCOLI OR MATCH 1 LB. CELLO BAG .. ..... .
SPEARS,CAULIFLOWER FOR 49c CARROTS .' % FOR 15C
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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 24, 1968

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-r Stone-Age Cave channel along the spine, leaving I! turned Into containers, deer and i to the Interior Department for

: fer3each his legs wholly or partly"turkey bones Into tools. I preservation as a unit of the

lag In Alabama Now paralyzed. I Today, Russel Cave: overlooks National Park System.
Early cavemen hunted withan a peaceful farming valley about ,

(Continued from page 6) unusual form of atlatl, a eight miles from Bridgeport, I.
Visitors .
to
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Open spear throwing device. The shaft I Alabama. To safeguard the site. PAL PARKER'S. INC.

CHURCH NEWS Russell Cave Alabama is I was made up of several elements for the education and enjoyment Automotive Specialty Center

Sunday school convenes each I open to visitors, and study of Including pieces of ant. I of future generations, the National I BRAKE' RELINED AND LABOR SKLMPAIlTt
home of Stone ler. It was a complex weapon FOHUCHKVHOI.ETPIVMOPfTIIOT1IRII9
Sunday sit 9:45 a. m. with classes the 9,000-year-old I Geographic Society bought
for all Worship hour is Agers has moved into the lab which required "a lot of thoughtto the cave and 310 surrounding I $15.56
ages. I 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
work out, Miller said. I
R. W. oratory. acres. The property was given i iI.
at 11:00: p. m. with Rev. _ .

DIckert, pastor. The cave on a wooded mountainside Ingenious The Fishhook I. ...... ... ... ...;...;... ... . . ... ...,..........e....................................-..,
cavemen fished with an

k Mrs. Ruth Marker from Rockford oldest known near Bridgeport habitation is In man's the Ingenious, two-piece hook resembling j FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

111. will be visiting with Southeast. From about 7000 B.C.. those carved by Ehkl-
mos and Indians of the Far I
II Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover !to A. D. 1650, generations of North. The AMBULANCE
:: for several weeks. primitive huntsmen found ready- two pieces workedas PHONE VAlley 4.1625
a hinged V, which openedIn SERVICE .
shelter there mild climate
I made a
a fish's mouth and held it
NEWS ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
BAPTIST CHURCH clear fresh water, and a I
::9::45 a. m'Is the Sunday School forest full of firmly.To Never be 4
: game. make torches for their hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
time and worship hour at 11:00a. :
m. with Rev. Atlee Stevens, The Smithsonian Institutionand dusky, damp cavern, the occupants are always at your service with promptness safety and

pastor. Training Union Is at National Geographic Society hollowed the foreleg bones experience.

each evening explored and excavated the cave of bears and packed them with
6:15: p. m. Sunday
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
It is h flammable fat ,
\ followed by evening worship at several years ago. now

7:30 p. in.Attending. national monument.A Cave cuisine doubtless was Garcia Funeral HomeP.
casual. The Stone Agers apparently
small museum and sight
the Daytona Pilot drew no line before the E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral! Director ,
seeing facilities are being built i ,
Project meeting from the Flag flesh of any animal. bird, or LADY ASSISTANTYou'll
'
by the National Park Service.
.. ler Beach Methodist Church Mon. reptile. Carapaces of" .,turtles
Inside the cavern, the Park Service -
'day evening were: Rev. Reynold has excavated" display
Hoover, Mr.: rand Mrs. Bernie Wll
1 t ,
trench Into which visitors will .
'
'/ Mrs. Keith Lovell, Mr. and .
son,
.
I : be able to descend to see clearlythe :
Mrs. Roger Hoose, Mr. and Mrs.
''I various floor levels at which ,
,I Fred Marks, Mrs. Amy Rummel, the cave dwellers lived. make the wisest choice
: .Mr and Mrs. Clarence Shultz
;
d ; \ Like Rings of Tree' 1I
r, and Miss Dorothy Homans. : ', no matter which Chevrolet choose
., ff
.,{ \:;" Happily for archeologists, Rus- you ;)
sell Cave's housewives were a
-Rev. and Mrs. Lester Stanton
j t ;
lot. They never cleaned.
have as their guess for a few When messy the litter of gnawed bones These four different cars are alike in one expect only in costly cars. Chevy II fea-.

,days, Mr. and Mrs. K \\B. Rogers and rubbish grew offensive, important way. Each is a product of tures parkable size, perky performance

',from Coal City, Ill. however, women brought In bas Chevrolet Division of General Motors. and outstanding fuel economy. Coryair

.:/, ,.' I I kets of earth and spread a new So each will give you more performance, gives you rear engine maneuverability

;;Sunday, visitors of Arthur floor. Parts of the roof cavedIn beauty, comfort and good news at tradeand sports car flair. The new Corvettein.

,.Babbitt were his cousins,. Mr now and then. The floor thus But each is tailored to a certain kind Sting Ray can best be described as

'"and'Mrs. ,James Richbourg, from built up in layers is as easy to of buyer. Our big dramatic. With a choice of 33

St. Augustine and a nephew and read as the rings of a tree. has the Chevroletm y.-Ml jJP1 models, there's one Chevrolet

I wife, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Spears, ,luxury and styling you'd TBHi that will suit you best. I ,
I From a deep working trench,
from Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Keeps Going Great
Carl F. Miller of the Smithsonian
Spears also visited other rela
excavated five tons of artifacts-
tives at Flagler Beach.
stone projectiles, arrowheads,

fishhooks, bone awls and. need

les, shell ornaments, human
Staying with Rev. and Mrs.
skeletons, animal bones! and 6 .
, Reynold Hoover for a few days t. '
the ashes of ancient camfires.:
are Rev. ,and Mrs. Franklin Jor

{ dan from Milwaukee, Wise and Much of this material has

Mr and Mrs. Ralph Haeffle from been catalogued and studied at

I ,LaGrange, II. the Smithsonian. In a separate

,-t. project, the National Park Service

has enlisted (the aid of several -
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Header universities to classify ani

,son, had as their house guestslast mal bones from the new trench.
\ ; week Mr. and Mrs. Frank
The discarded odds and ends
'Dowen of Columbus, Indiana.
of Russell Cave's occupants, and I

their own remains, tell an in. ,
Stainless steel wire for cloth

used in parachute material to triguing story. ,..,.., slow space vehicles re-entering One cave dweller may have I

the earth's atmosphere is about been murdered. A quartz pro

one half the thickness of a human jectile point was driven into his

hair. About a mile t>f stainless body from behind, probably ,
steel wire goes into the while he was running hunchedover.

weaving of one square foot of The point either severedor

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