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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 31, 1963
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''. VOLUME 51, NO.4 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR


I f; Panel Discussion I I County Receives I Road Board -'Citizens Bank iHaw Cerek


f For Legislators I i! Civil Defenser5urvival =II Public Hearing Serves Flagler i WatershedDevelopments


f" At PTA Tonight j( Goods Here Friday County 25 Years I

The third general meeting of I! FJagler County Civil Defense'I| ,According: to a legal advertisement Celebrating the 25th anniversary Editor's Note-D. II. Esery of

the Parent-Teacher Associationof Director Raymond Smith said in this issue of The Tri of the Citizens Bank of: Gainesville, and John D, Griffinof

Bunnell High School will beheld today Flagler county had re bune, the State Road Department Bunnell, thirty officers, directors, Lake City, supervisor, 'cordl-

/,' Thursday, January 31, at II ceived 601 pieces of survival material I will hold a public hear. stockholders, employees and I nator of the Soil Conservation

rr. the cafeteria of the school. this weeek from (the Defense ing Friday, February 1, concern. I I their husbands and wives attended ', Program in the norteast are of

; Feature of the evening is a General Supply Division. !' Ing the location and economic a dinner Monday nightat I,Florida, were in Bunnell Tuesday .

ii c legislative panel composed of j I This is the first shipment of effects of proposed Job 73550(3601 the Bunnell Restaurant and in the Interest of the Haw

;1. Sen. Verle A. Pope, St Augustine 'i I supplies which will be received,) Federal Aid Project No. Coffee Shop. I Creek Watershed program.Mr. .

,: and Rep. William L. Wads. In the next few weeks. S-393 ((2)) on State Road S-13 After dinner, a Certificate of EMIT Mr. Griffin and Mr.

it. worth of Bunnell. They will ex. Included In the shipment were I from State Road :5 in Bunnellto Appreciation was presented to Robinson, of the local. Soil Conservation

", press their individual views on'261 plastic lined 15-gallon wa State Road S-203 as Espanola. Tom E. Holden, honoring him Office, visited The Tribune

the prospects of school legislation ter drums; 268 survival rations; The hearing will be held in upon completion of 25 years as office and we plan to runa

',' for the legislative session 6 sanitation kits SK3, and 24 I I the courtroom of the county a Director. A similar certificatewas series of Informative questionand

I to convene in April. There will sanitation kits EK4; 24 cartons'! courthouse beginning at 2 P.M. presented to Harry Clegg at answer articles on the proposed .

: be a representative of the Class. of medical kits; 18 bags of plas I All persons wishing ,to be his office. watershed program, In

I ;,.. room Teachers Association of tic liners for water drums. I heard are notified to appear at In a brief report to the group, the next few weeks.

Flagler County to report on the This shipment of supplies is 1 1I ''I the meeting Charles E. Creal, stated that the All those who have questionsto

legislative program of the local temporarily stored in the George I Another public hearing will original stockholders who paid be answered are asked to

teacher group. I Wickline building In Flagler i I be held at St. Augustine on February $120.00 per share for their stock contact Mr. Tilman at his officein

1 Alter these three short (talks, Beach. The supplies will be as. 14, at 2 P.M. concerning now have four shares worth the courthouse so he can

r', both Senator Pope and Represen signed and stored in various location and economic effects of about $1,200.00 and have received furnish the information.

tative Wadsworth have agreed storehouses In the county.Smorgasboard proposed Interstate Route 95, dividends amounting to $522.00per

t to answer questions from the from Volusla, county line north'j share.

I audience relative to the prospects at erly to St. Johns county Those attending were: Mr. and Planning activities on the

a: .' of legislation effecting our I The hearing will be held in Mrs. O. F. Alford, Mr. and Mrs.R. Haw Creek Watershed in Flagler

<"'" public schools. { Flagler BeachMethodist I the St. Johns county courthouse. II. Cantrell, Mr. land Mrs. R.,County are Increasing at all

Although committee assignments . W. Cody, Mr. and} Mrs. H. T levels according, to Tilman W.

for the next legislative ChurchThe I Horace Locke Cook, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Creal, RobInson, of the local U.S. Soil
session have not yet been an. Conservation Service. Land owners .
Mrs. Lily J. Creal, Mrs. Luellen
,
nounced, Senator Pope is servingon Womans Society for Chris. Wouned Deen, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Forson, are thinking about their water I

the Appropriations Commit. tian Service of the Flagler Beach By Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hosford, ; problems both too little and

tee which Is holding weekly Methodist Church is completing Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Holden, too much and what they need
Gunman
hearings. Through this experience plans for its annual Smorgas- Tampa Mrs. Myrna Knight, Mr. and In order to carry out their own

he is quite familiar with bord. It will be held February8th Temple Terrace Police Chief Mrs. J. R. Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. water management plans. Coun

problems of school finance as I In the new church buildingand Horace Locke and Patrolman II. V. Peavy, Mr. and Mrs. W. C., ty officials are exploring meth.

they face the April session of serving time will be from Claude Jackson were woundedby Sullivan, all of Bunnell and Mrs ods of getting the most protec .
the legislature. { tion with the least cost.
5to7P.M. gunshot Friday night in Sadie Strickland, Ormond Beach,
l The meeting will be held ,at Tickets are now on sale and Tampa. Mr. 'and Mrs. C. O. Magee, Flag The County Commissioners, a*

8 P.M. tonight (Thursday). All may be secured from membersof Patrolman Jackson was in the ler' Beach, Mr. and Mrs. IraCobles L long with the Flagler Soil, Con.servaaIoa' *

;- parents and teachers'tarp urged .the Society .They promise process ,of. arresting art ,simet. ,. Ttt\. ,,Ue. .-..rf ,"__- District}, ..Supervisors_ .. ._,,,. .
to.ovUendxthls,meeting 'and the large" varfttyof' favortate ,dishes robber t"oWh b'\;had tfempted'" Hi e'Oonor1iE'an i ppIIcltioiTtotho ,
)
f general public'Is cordially In. which will Include many Svyed- I rob a supermarket;'when Chlel I HONOR ROLL OF U.S. 'Department of Agriculture
vtted.i for assistance. Soil
ish dishes. Locke arrived and began assisting The
i Refreshments will be served the patrolman. BEACH SCHOOLThe Conservation Service, as the ,

1 by the hospitality committee. Wild Locke and his wife, who is Flagler Beach Elementary technical arm of the'Department Jrl
An alternate Turkeys is gathering information and developing i
; program will beE
the former Miss
Dorothy Moodyof School Honor Roll for third six:rl
f planned In case of conflict alternative plans under f
E BandedA Bunnell, had gone to the supermarket week period follows:
I caused by the.special session of Being I to do their shopping. Fourth grade-Victoria Perritt, authority of Public Law No. 566, .. ,

the legislature. total of 114 wild turkeys I Patrolman Jackson was in se- Linda Smith, Pamela McDaniel,' /ithe Watershed Protection and ...

have been trapped, banded and rius condition. Mr. Locke, whois Debra Johnson, Fred Fruits, Patrick .Flood Prevention Act. Many .....;;t'
released since the close of the a retired Tampa Police Captain I Duncan, Sandra Abbott. questions are belng.asked.: Those
.FRANK DILGEROF of most Interest with
answersare
1962-63 turkey hunting season, was less seriously wounded. Fifth grade-Barbara Brass,
'J SHELL BLUFF I A. D. Aldrich, director of the; He was shot in the right foot Michael Bell, Cathy Duncan, repeated here.
; What is the Haw Creek Water.
.. Game and Fresh Water Fish and was grazed by a bullet on I Janet Halnes, Faye Hutcheson,
PASSES AWAY shed and how did this all get I
I Commission, says. his left cheek. lie is reported In Debbie Lucas, Kris Martel, Ann
I
Frank (Pop) DIlger ,of Shell I The trapping and release of good condition at the Tampa Meekins, Derese Owens, David tateredf

k Bluff, passed away: unexpectedly I native wild turkeys is a part of General Hospital. I Anderson, Barbara Wilson. I eludes The Haw all the Creek land Watershed that drains In .j.

on January 16 at his home i the wild !turkey management as Sixth grade-Diana Lucas, Da

,. there. lie had been a resident, conducted by the commission'sgame i I Florida Greeters I vid Johnson, Jimmy McNab, Su- into tributaries Haw-Creek an area and of Its about many i

of Shell Bluff for the past 19 management division. ellen Duncan.KPJtONA.
200,000 acres, of which
aproxl
years. He came there from Chi Turkeys are trapped at the closeof More than 55,000 persons have
I.I mately 1/5 is in Volusla
County
cago. He was 77 years of age. the hunting season in areas become Florida Greeters since CLUB
with the remainder In
Funeral services were held on of maximum turkey populationand the program was started in December Flagler \

l January 18 at the Masters Funeral in areas where public hunt. Chairman Wendell Jar PLANS POLISH County Many landowners are
unable to find suitable
I Home in Palatka and inter. ing is prohibited. The trapped rard of the Florida Development outlets
SAUSAGE SUPPERThe for their water control
f ment followed in the San Mateo turkeys are released In areaS Commission says. own systems '
because the natural creek :
I Cemetery. where ,the turkey habitat is "It's most encouraging thatso Korona Civic Club is
channels too too faraway
llrttl.e
t lie Is survived by his wife, Rebecca found /to be suitable and such many people have taken the planning a Polish Sausage Sup are

Dilger of Shell Bluff, 1 lands are available for public trouble to write and obtain the per for February 9 at the White I or are choked up with

daughter of Chicago, 1 step son hunting.The Florida Greeter material," Jar Eagle, members of the Club said vegetation. They asked the Flag
ler Soil Conservation District for
of Baxley, Georgia, also 1 grand i turkyes are trapped thru rard said. "It shows that Floridais today. They will be serving
help with these that
daughter. several methods which Include recognizing more than ever from 6:30: to 9 o'clock p .m. problems
were too big and for
cannon nets, drop traps and before the Importance of being Lee Drazba, Club spokesman, complex : I
the Individuals to do them.
METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCEMENTS drive traps. After being trap. hospitable to our visitors." said proceeds from the supper by
selves. This resulted in the
t, ped, the turkeys are banded and Jarrard also praised the state's will be used on Civic projectsand ap
plication !to the Secretary of Agriculture
I recorded as to sex, weight, and newspapers, magazines and ra part of it will be set aside *

Church school at 10 o'clock location. The banded turkeysare dio and television for the wide in a fund to be used for the 50th: for assistance through
Public Law 566.
each Sunday morning, followedby then transported as rapidlyas publicity given the hospitality anniversary of the settling of of
What kind of assistance
the morning worship at 11 possible to a selected area program. Korona. The celebration will be can
be expected and who does the
o'clock. for release. "Without such fine support held during September, 1964 I work?

Choir practice Is at 5 o'clock According to Aldrich, the com from the news media, the program The Club has recently had two
First of all, these P. 1. 566
Wednesday afternoon. There will mission's wild turkey trappingand would never have built up beautiful columns placed at the I
watershed remain localin
be a nursery provided for the I relocating program Is one the momentum It' has," he said. entrance of St. Mary's Cemeteryin I projects
I nature all the Local
children of those who wish to of the most successful in the Korona. The thirty-six Inch I way.

join the choir.Tuesday nation and as indicated by the a OF F ENBOLLMENT square white tile columns are sponsors must ask for help.

February 5, there annual harvest of wild turkey, TOPS 1962 WINTER TERM seven feet high with a 21 inch Then they have an Importantpart

(there will be a Sub-district Florida offers the best turkey The University of Florida has white marble cross at the top.: to do in deciding what
should be done. do
the
Youth Rally at the First Method. I hunting In the United States to enrolled 12,500 students for Its The top of the column is also They

1st Church in St. Augustine. It the general hunting public. winter trimester Reglstra Rich. constructed of white marble. contracting and then operate
'and maintain the works
will begin at 6:30 f.M., with a I and S. Johnson reported this scribed on the columns Is In'l after i

sandwich supper. All the youthof Legend says that Esh Sham week. The number exceeds the Mary's Cemetery". they are constructed. The Federal *
I assistance is In the form
the church are invited to at. (Damascus), the capital of Syria, 12,359 registered for the second
I of sharing with the constructioncosts
was founded by Noah's grand. semester in session at this time Although the University of
tend.Wednesday in the
essential
February 6, the son a few years after the great last year. Florida has been coeducational providing ,
I
and related
Woman's Society of Christian flood. Esh Sham Is reputed to since 1947, male students ..tilloutbumber' engineering technical

Service will be at the church at!be the oldest continuously. Inhabited Hazelnut shells are sold for coeds by a ratio l services., and In. assisting the '

9 A. M. ( city. fuel In Turkey. ,,of 2 ot 1. I (Continued on page 12) 5'Y



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Thursday, January 31, 1963

TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,_FLORIDA .. u
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for
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or after marriage; increased participation Bauseball. Instructional mo- !' of Florida at the beginning .
affairs. February 33.
in community film Double Play : of the first trimester this
these have implication vies. First
for Both education of and recreation.It Kings of BAteball. Second one, j;year was 13,783 students.

to "Infield Play at Flat and Third i
is usually more difficult

lead girls groups than boys Bates." ORMOND PRESCRIPTION

group. I Feb. 25 and 26 spring train- PHARMACYSick

respond !to highly; for Junior league baseball Room Supplles-Sundries
Girls do not ing SUPPLIES

"N'OT'E'JS'' : i organized, competitive activities I I I players; Feb. 27 and 28, spring]* 24-Hour HOSPITAL Prescription Service

as well as boys. They respondto tanning for midget league ball Delivery in Flagler Beach

Hastings 49.24 Saturday, as eight small group organization players. March 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Junior I Free Rt. ALA 1 mi. North of
McKnlght)
Buzzy I IBABY' OR 7-1661
(By start ORMOND BEACH-Tel.!
is de leagues
BULLDOGS TROUNCE players on the team scored. where individual Interest and midget

had 12 into individual achievement league play.Subscribe I II
TAYLOR AND HASTINGS FOR High scorer Bebe Moody veloped II I

NINTH STRAIGHT VICTORYThe points land Quentin Emery 10. I (Eljr" Jflaglrr SrtbunrBUNNELL

FRIDAY Girls can do as well as boysin I to The Flogler Tribune

Baby Bulldogs scorchedthe Bunnell Varsity Fg Ft FT any sport which emphasizes I $2.50 A Year In AdvanceIN FLORIDA

nets Friday and Saturday Q. Emery 6 1.2 2 13 skill rather than strength and

nights as they sped past Taylor Kuleskl 9 1.3 2 19 endurance, If they have adequate TUB CIRCUIT OUNTY,COURT FLORIDA OFFLAGLEII MRS. %d. B. FULLER. Editor

High 73.23 and Hastings 55.30 Moody 11-45 3 practice and good coach IN GHANCKRY NO. 4S7

for their eight and ninth consecutive Morris 33-71 9 ing. The girl who does not PAUL, 8EMONE1T. Plaintiff I Designated Official Publication

victories of the season. Brown 24.621 8 know how to swim, bowl, play I II for Pnblle Notices of Flagler
JANEV8EMONEIT
On Friday night, the Baby Polk 00-03 1 0 tennis, bandminton, roller skate,, LILA Defendant., Conaty, Municipalities therein

Bulldogs had no trouble running R. Tucker 0 0-0 0 0 or who Is not a good sport Is NOTICE TO DEFEND : and the State of Florida

away from the Taylor High the one who is left behind THE LILA JANE SKMANE1TO.

Wildcats, as a train of double 21 10.22 15 52: when boys and girls do things )2 Little .Street New Jersey Entered as second class matter

figure scorers, led by string. Taylor Vanity Ft Fg FT together. She is unhappy, unpopular I suit You has:::been hereby filed notified against that you In a February 61913. at the postofflce

bean center Walter Townsend Cowart 23-54 7 and she feels, that the the above entitled cause: and you- at Bunnell. Florida, under act of

with 17 points, and followed Wells 07.911 teens are a miserable period !to are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer March 8, 187S.

In : Elbert Tucker i.Newman 7 4.7 3 18 live through. and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff copy thereof* attorney uponthe ,
Walt
with 16, Cowart 15, and Jones 40-05 8 Group games of all kinds, whose name and address is: One year _._$2.50

Butch Anderson with 12, paved Bell 2 .4 especially with the younger Selden Ray Selden Six months _i __".25

the way to a 73.23 shellackingof Miles 00-03 0 girls, !teach basic skills which later), than nuN March: :, 5 Floridanot A. D. 1963.If -

(the hapless 'Cats. Phillips 00-00 0 are so necessary for successful you fall to do so, decree pro NOTICENotice

On Saturday night the game Hopkins 00-00 0 participation in sports. There confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against in the is hereby given of that Florida the

was a little close, but (the Baby 15 14.22 13 44 should be many, many gamesin you bill of complaint. The nature of State hold Road a public Department hearing concern-

Bulldogs still managed to win Quarter score- the program, indoor and out said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of will Ing the location and Interstate economic Route effects -

boy a 25 point margin over Hast. Bunnell 14 20 33 52 door; for a few or for many; said Court A. D. 1963.this 28th day of Janu- 95, State of proposed Road 9 Federal Interstate -
ary 1-95-4 266, Job
ings. Walter Townsend 'again Taylor 12 19 29 44 those that are easy and those (bficIal[ Seal) 73001.1401 Project, from No. Volusla(7) County

had 17 points, and Goose Grace, that ,are strenuous. A varietyof : Clerk B. A of SMYTHE said Circuit Court line northerly to St Johns County from

who scored only two points on SATURDAY quiet games should be, included By Julia R. Deputy Harvey Clerk. line Flagler; and County Job line 78080-1401.northerly to

Friday, entered the double figure : Bunnell Varsity ,1Ft Fg F T in a girls' program. Jan.. 31 & Feb 714.214tc Duval County line. Courtroom This hearing of
J 0.0 1 10; will be held in the
column with 14 points. Walton Q. Emery 5 I Games and sports should provide NOTICE OF INTENTION TO St. Johns County Courthouse, In

Cowart was third with 12. Morgan H. Kuleskl 41-24 9 fun and relaxation, furnish Notice DISSOLVE is hereby CORPORATIONS given under the day St. Augustine of February Florida, 1963 at on 2:00 the P.M.14th

with 14 points, led Hastings, Moody 52.2212 good outlets for physical provisions of Section $08.36. Florida ( pursuant to Section 1I81 c)
rSiJ
20-02 4 each of the Law: 627 of the
Morris Statutes, to corpora
wholesome
10. further
with and
followed by Smyly energy ions 1 listed below, the same being
Next Friday and Saturday, the Brown 00.000 group relationship.SelfImprovement. Incorporated under the laws of c01Krrlonl wishing to be heard at
the notified to appear
00.010 Florida, and according to records
Baby Bulldogs face two of their! Polk Activities of the Secretary of State, : rdh meeting

toughest opponents, St. Augustine Peterson 11-21 3E. Most girls want to be attractive each appears and delinquent every such for corporation three (3) JOHN State Road R. PHILLIPS Department Chairman of

Kuleskl 00-20 0R. to be In the filing of report Florida
and Florida Military. to be interesting, years or more .
and of taxes under 24 & 31, 1963-2tc
8H. January
Tucker 40-02 + payment
FRIDAY popular; with (their associates, to the provisions of Section 608.S3,

Bunnell B Squad Fg Ft FT Emery 10-00 2 broaden their knowledge of the Florida provisions Statutes. of and said that Section under IN FLAGLEn TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA OF

Anderson 5 2.4 3 12 Hosford 01-11 1 themselves and to feel socially 608.36, Florida Statutes, said corporations IN CIIANCERY NO. 4567
Metts 00.000 have been classed as OVE KJELDSEN,
Knight 41-32 9 adequate. subject to dissolution and that I Plaintiff.
.
Seale 02-33 2 three (3) months after date of this vs.
In recent years recreation departments KJBLDSEN.
5.91549 publication each and every such ANN GLORIA
E. Tucker 7 2.3 0 16! 22 have had tremendous corporation listed below that has Defendant.
Hastings Vanity Ft Fg FT not In the meantime filed its repot Noncm TO DEFEND
1.1 2 15Townsend1
CtwartV.:. 7 response to clubs and classes! ; ti due and i paid the taxes due THE TO:
GLORIA
6 5-7 1 17 Hunter 03-50 3 where girls have had the opporV I under the provisions of Se.tlon ANN KJELDSEN
.'* Moody 30-32 6 608.SJ, Florida Statutes will"be 111 Daffodil Avenue
Grace 10-02 2 tunity to discuss these things: certified to the Governor of the Franklin Square
00.010 Hale 01-21 1 State of Florida who will Issue a Long Island New York
Rockett Clothes, good grooming, personal dissolving notified that a
Proclamation at that time You are hereby
'Jarosz4 00-01 01 Norris 21-42 5 hygeine, nutrition, good manners laid corporation. suit has been filed against you In
Irvin 33.409 KLAGLEK the above entitled cause; and you
Baggett 00-02 01 the discovery of one's assets Dunn 'Hardware & Supply Co. of3unnell are hereby required ktoorlhrtgO answer
Johns 00-02 0 Inc., Bunnell. with the t,
'. : ., Stevens 00-00 0 and liabilities, boy-girl relationship Flagler Beach Investment Co., and to serve a copy thereof upon
,
i3.2117 .
30 73 mental hygelene, .taster Beach' the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
MarinelandFishing Pier Company and address Is:
whose name
Tailor BJSqttad Fg Ft FT personality development, knowledge :Marlneland. I W. WADSWORTHP.
J.' Robinson 10-00 2 i 8 8.18 7 24 I Its further directed that a copy If: Box 396
of the
and
community
of this notice be published one time Bunnell. Florida _
T. Robinson 01-20 1 Quarter score- some of its problems, and set- In The Flagler Tribune a news- not later than February 16. A D.
30-23 6 Bunnell 14 27 38 49 paper published In Bunnell FlorIda 1963
Spence goals in life. In which county the home office II you fall to do so, decree pro
Wells 00.000 { Hastings 3 9 17 24 This is in which of the above listed corporations confesso will be entered against
an area com
are shown to be located.IN for the relief demanded in the
Rainwater 11-41 3' munity resources may be used WITNESS WHEREOF I have bill you of complaint. The nature of
Crews 00-02 0 Cowart Captures Foul Shot hereunto set my hand and caused said suit being for divorce.
to good advantage, for almostno the Great Seal of the State of Flor- WITNESS my hand an seal of
Dees 22.456 Lead with 75 percent AverageWalton one leader could be an expert ida, to be a dth't Tallahassee, said Court this 16th day of Jan-
Cowart of the Baby the Capital I. this 25th day of uary A. D. 1963,
Muller 00-10 0 In all these subjects. By January A. D. 1963. ( ) E. Circa
Peterson 13-51 5 Bulldogs 'hit on every one his (SEAL) TOM ADAMS Otl7cia1Clerk of said CourtBy
inviting a beautician, a religious of State.
Secretary Julia R Harvey
foul shots in his last two
games
leader physician January 31-Itc Deputy Clerk
stylist
,
and pulled his average up six January 17-24-31 & Feb. 7-4tcIJf
8 7.18 12 23
I from a department store, per NOTICE
Quarter Score. 1 points to give him the Bunnell Notice Is hereby given that the THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH -
sonnel worker, volunteer or welFare State Road Department will hold CIRCUIT IN AND
Bunnell 19 37 50 73!I I High School foul! shot lead witha agency staff people and a public hearing concerning the location FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR
and economic effects of 4582.: Di'VISION
75 percent average. proposed IDA. CIIANCERY NO
Taylor 2 7 18 23 others, such a program is not Job 73560-3B01. Federal AidflecAr "A"
SATURDAY Walter Townsend, who has on State Road BRISTOW
EDYTHE M.
i too difficult to provide. : 3ilo
been consistent from the State 6 In Bun Plaintiff{ | .
Hastings B Squad Ft Fg FT very All of this material was taken nell to State Road S-205 at Espanola V*.
5 0.4 1 10! charity 'line all season, runs In Flagler County FloridaIn ALTON LEE BRISTOW,
Smyly
from the publication of the National the Courtroom Flagler County Defendant.
Daniels 12-30 4 Cowart a close second on the Recreation Association Courthouse Bunnell, Florida, onFriday NOTICE: TO APPEAR AND
February 1, 1963 at 2:00P.
Baby Bulldogs with & 72 percent ANHVVKR
B. Padgett 10-0 4 2 ,"Planning for Girls in the Community M. (EST) pursuant to Section IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF :
McCulough 00-3 1 0 mark. llc) of Public Law 627 of the FLORIDATO
Recreation Program.
84th Congress : ALTON LEE BRISTOW.
Morgan 6 2.2 1 14 Tommy Polk held his 72 percent All persons wishing to be heard BOX 65LIBERTY
I average and still tops all rdh notified to appear at NORTH CAROLINA
,. Padgett 00-00 0 :: meeting, You are hereby notified that a
Barnes, 00-00 0Sit. other varsity foul shooters. Q. JOHN R. PHILLIPS ChairmanFlorida suit has been brought against you
. '. Emery remains his number BUNNELL RECREATION DEPT. State Road Department In the Circuit Court of Flagler
. one January 24 & 31, 1963-2tc County F rl !
<,; '134.12730 rival with a 67 percent mark.W. FEBRUARY SCHEDULEJan. EDYTIIE M. aR.tsf'oJq. : 1l..nJ1.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COtRT OFFIAHLI'R and arehereby. requried to
Boys 13 to 16 sign up for you
Quarter score Cowart (BB) 16 12 75 COUNTY FLORIDA file. personally, or by attorney
W. Townsend (BB) 29 21 72 Junior league baseball IN CHANCKRY NO. 4311 with the Clerk of said Court, your
Bunnell 14 35 47 55 BARBARA MANN, written defenses If any, to the
Hastings 12202230 J. Seale (BB) 25 12 48 February 2. Baseball movie at Plaintiff, Bill In Equity In said suit on or

..t T. Tucker (BB) 31 12 39 band room 10 A.Me First film WILLIAM MANN. before. 1963 the and 26th also day to of serve February.A. a copy.

B. Anderson (BB) 28 10 3C in color, baseball Hall of Fame.In Defendant. of your written defenses upon
VARSITY BOYS
NOTICE TO DEFEND Messrs. Osslnsky & Krol attorneys
WIN TWO MORE T. Polk (var) 181373Q. this movie we ,visit Coopers- TH WILL AM FLORIDA TO: for Plaintiff at their ornce'addresl
town N. Y. and the Hall of MANN at 411 Main Street. Daytona Beach,
Emery (var) 27 18 67
The Varsity boys hammeredout Post Office Address and Florida, on or before the 26th day
J. Brown (var) 26 17 65 I Fame. We relive again the Place of Residence UnknownYou of February A. D. 1963 as requiredby
two more victories Friday are hereby notified that
a the Florida Equity Rules and
and Saturday nights with fairly R. Morris (var) 50 26 52 most dramatic moments. inthe, suit has ebeeen11d against lUyJ I herein fall not or Decree Pro Con-
II. Kuleskl 61 29 48 game's history. the a cause; fesao and Final Decree will be entered -
easy 52.44 and 49.24 victories I are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'o answer against you by default.
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The B. Moody (var) 44 18 41 Second film "Inside Baseball"In with the That the name of the Court In
OVer
Taylor and Hastings. black and white. and to serve a copy thereof upon which said suit has been Instituted
boys now have a record of eight the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Is the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju-
( By Leslie Pache) February 9 to 12, sign up for whose name and address Is: dicial Circuit of Florida. In and
wins and four losses.Friday's RAY SELDENBelden for Flagler County, In Equity and
had WHAT I WANT Midget League baseball. Time, Building that the title of said cause Is as
close first
game a 9:30 to 10 A. M. At 10 baseball Daytona Beach Floridanot herelnabove set forth.
half with Bunnell leading Taylor FOR RECREATION (part 2)I : a later than February 25, A. D. You are further notified that the
would like to movie at bandroom. First 1963.If. nature of said suit is a suit for
see a good
l by only one point. But In program you fall to do so. decree pro divorce and other relief as set forth
worked out for our girls. film In B&W, Umpire in Base. confesso will be entered againstyou In Plaintiffs Bill in Equity.
the second half, the Bulldogs, for the relief demanded In the WITNESS of
sparked by Harry Kuleskl with As I write this I have teen-age ball. Second film, Building Big bill of complaint. The nature of office at Bunnell.my Floridian this a 23rd
daughters. Girls and women in Leaguers. This shows the training said suit being for divorce. day of January A. D. 1961.
19 points and Quentin Emery WITNESS my hand and seal of E. A. SMYTHE. as Clerk of the
with 13, shot ahead to a 52.44 this modern world have addedtwo of young ball player at major said Court this 21st day of January Circuit. Florida.Court of Flagler County

finale. Clinton Newman was responsibilities (to their traditional league spring training camps. (Official iDSeJlU' E. A. SMYTHE (Circuit Court Seal)
task of homemaking Feb. 16. Instructional movies. Clerk of the Circuit Court OSSINSKY & KROL
Taylor's hotshot with 18 points. of Flag ler County, Florida Solicitors for Plaintiff
Almost of the Bulldogs and child care. Thee are: First film, Circling the Bases. By Julia R Harvey, 4-- Main Street
everyone Deputy Clerk. Daytona
Beach Florida
had a hand in whipping Careers and jobs either before Second film, Catching Stars of ran 24-31 & Feb. 7'U-4tc Jan. 24-31 & Feb. 7.144tcPAGE



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FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUTE, . ..
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from which flows an average of Bench seats around the glass I boats start their cruise tours beginning Extra sights they may see in
Silver Springs '556 million gallons dally-more well enables the 20 passenger I at 7:30 in the morning, the depths on any given day
the rain or shine, with the last trip may vary from an underwater
J' than enough water to supply the craft capacity to see springs.
Boats Travel needs of New York City. being made around 7 o'clock at television shooting sequence, as
I Secondly, the design had to night depending on seasonable many saw during the filming of
Long DistanceBelieve The craft was originally designed Include a motor that was silent daylight hours. the famous "Sea Hunt", tv series,
at Silver Springs by the enough to the passengersto to a picture session on alligator
It or not, there's a guide I thus the elec. Through the glass well of the
,
late Dick Richie, who for years. hear !the wrestling or aqua-lunged divers.
passenger boat fleet that travels chosen, which boat a passenger may see anything
was shop superintendent. Today tric motors were known
The Springs are as the
more than three times around the advantage of no from an alligator or a:
the Silver Springs boat also have film
underwater capital of the
I the world annually but never I bass
school of salt water striped
shops still build the boats, turnIng exhaust fumes.
of
the
world because
clarity
gets further than a mile anda and mullet that make their annual of
battery supplied
out one a year. The unique I The motors are I the water for underwater pic
half from Its dock. 75 miles
and each night the batteries pilgrimage some
add to
design was conceived to I also the
tures. They are location
'Described, perhaps, as the most the enjoyment of the millions I of all the fleets are from the Atlantic Ocean to the of many full length motion pictures

unique fleet In the world, It is of tourists who go there to seethe I charged for the next day's trips. I springs for spawning. including such headlinersas

.theme, famous Silver Springs Glass natural springs. I The average life of each, battery Always they will see over 30 "Distant Drums," "The Barefoot .

Bottom Boats that carry more! Foremost in design, of course, is five years. The hulls of the varieties of fresh water fish as Mailman," and "The Year.,
than ta million and a half passengers I is the glass bottom well in the boats are constructed of cypressfor well as turtles: and water tur ling"

a year over the world's II'' center with its half-inch thick their durability fai, water. keys that abound in the protected But most famous of all is the
longest group of lime rock filtered clear glass panel (through which Each boat travels an averageof waters of the Springs and unique glass-bottom fleet that
4,380 miles per year, or nine Silver River. Abundant underwater .
springs.The I the secrets of underwater life provides as many surprises and
are unlocked for passengers.CONSERVATION. trips a day, 365 days of the year. plant life fascinates all, thrills as an ocean liner
even
fleet travels the watersof I Coblned, the fleet as a group as do the many deposits of prehistoric it
though never gets
Silver River and all 25 boats I travel 87,600 miles a year, or bones and the water more than
100 feet from shore.
are regulated by the U.S. Customs more than three times around preserved 'hull of an ancient

Authority subject to the the world. The average single craft dating to pre-Spanlsh discovery Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
same regulations as their larger trip over the springs Is a mile days., $2. 0 per Year In Advance

.sister ocean-going liners. .Bi and a half round trip and takes ..
,All are captained by a one- NEWS Tllmon W. Robinson approximately{ 45 minutes each I
man crew who serves as hels- I

man; guide, narrator and mate. The Flagler Soil Conservation trip.Archie Buchanan, shop lore-- 24 HourWrecker ..R...
All are strictly pleasure craft, District is working with the City man In charge of constructionand Service vv
driven| by silent electric motors Commissioners of Bunnell and maintenance of the fleet,
with the unique advantage of time keeping all the I
the County Commissioners In an has a busy
enabling (the boat to maneuverIn I effort to relieve flooding< con boats in operation. They must! Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

360 degree turns to give passengers -.I ditions in two sections of Bun. be repainted periodically, scrub I
a :thorough view of life bed and washed by a team, of MASSEY-FERGUSON

beneath the water. nell.One of these covers a four or I divers during the busy periods. i Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

The outstanding factor of these five-block area in ithe vicinity Guides (captains) are assigned I
I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
tlat.b ttom craft Is the glass well of the Carver School. The other individual boats and are in
1m' the center through which the area is along Deen Road. In complete charge of their craft Owner Bunnell, Florida

passenger can explore the exciting I both instances, the residents are during daylight operation. The I I "
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marine life beneath the plagued with flooding conditions -

surface up to depths of eighty several times each year with What wants in
every grower a
feet.,
long periods of standing water.
Throughout the mile and a These conditions not only con ..

half voyage passengers are front the property owners and SOUTHEBM POTATOWJBEWOBM
taken over 14 groups of springs residents with property damageat

comprising' the world's largest times but present a health

group with names ranging from hazard. : XNSEdrJCJDEI
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the Bridal Chamber and Devil's ,

Kitchen, to Christmas Tree Soil Conservation Service Engineers
Spring and Catfish Hotel. Each J. W. Norris and Jim
guide has his own version of t Thomas were in the Flagler Soil

the narrative tour of the Springs I Conservation District during the I

i past few days. The engineers.
were appraising the engineering I
a r. ALFORD
work which was completed in
Roistered I the district during 1962. They 1I*

Real Estate Broker I picked several jobs art: random I rct5 to1
to check for accuracy and also
5 Bunn ll, Florida jjj to determine if they are being I

MVUVUVUV4AVV/VUWVftVnjVVl/ Installed to meet standards and

specifications of the Soil Con. I k4
Highsmith Monument Co.
servatlon Service. I
311 North Orange St.
New Smyrna Beach, Fla.! Appraisals were made installed on engineering \ j Sat
Phone GArden 8-5464 practices on
the farms of W. II. McBride, R.
Mrs. L D. Highsmith &
I W. Deen, Jr., Ford & Pelllcer, W.
Louis D. Hljhsmith, Owners ,
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this, of course, Is not true advertising, It provides a +' How to protect potatoes from Southern potato wireworm. Before
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not so "spread out," merchant and the consumer.How 1 tion as a soil application.According to label instructions useuffiX

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feet for enlarged displays. Here, i
Too Late also will be housed the Inter II
esting exhibits by the governments .
of Belgium France, Italy SHEL TON'SGROCERY
I To Classify and Japan. A feature of the art
show wlll be the display of the
BT RUSM'J Kay
I finest examples of classical art I

Three words that describe the from Florida museums and gal.
1963 Florida State Fair are I leries along with the work of I
change Improvement and ex! Florida contemporary artists. +1
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pansion. Livestock and dairy shows
With the 58th annnal Tampa will be excellent and more than t PRICES GOOD JAN. 31-FEB. 1.2
100 Future Farmers will participate
for Febru
exposition scheduled
with a showing of their STORE HOURS:
16, I- look
5 can
ary back to through the humble beginning finest animals in the Fair's I Week Day............8:00 a. m.-7:00 p. m.Saturday..8:00 j
when exhibits, were displayed in I ninth annual fat stock show. a. m.-9:00 p. m.
Three gala parades will feature
a single building, events were
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staged before a rickety frame daytime programs, opening with
grandstand and the midway occupied colorful Shrine Parade Tuesday
5. The famed We Are Wild
most of the grounds. rilla February invasion and parade Gaspa-in Going Hog

Today the Florida State Fairis scheduled for Monday, February
outstanding among the fairs 11, and a magnificent Illuminated
of the nation with 25 splendid night parade, "Caribbean SMALL LEAN RIB END
exposition buildings crammed Carnival" will accent the second
with magnificent exhibits, andIt week on the evening of Thurs. Whole '
or
Is recognized as America's day, February 14. LOIN ROAST Ib. 49

leading midwinter exposition.! Top entertainment featuring Half

All this has come about with. nationally known stars will be
out an operating subsidy of any featured in front of the grand. tat CUT CENTER CUT
kind. The fair is a cooperative, stand supplemented with an au.
non-profit enterprise, that pays tomobile thrill show. ". *
Pork th.49 69
Pork
Its vertising own way and promotional as the No. medium 1 ad. Chops Chops

for the state.
. CLASSIFIEDADS WORLD'S BEST THRIFTWAY SLICED
A lot of people have been
wondering what effect our De. Ground 3 $ 39 Lb.S. .
cember freeze will have on the Beef 1 BACON 49
usual magnificent array of agricultural Lb .
horticultural LUtlBK .....
and ex. thU kidla an
hibits.I S et. per wend ..eh ....".1... FLORIDA GRADE A FRESHFRYERS,4WHOLf
I 79 cent .. m1aa.... e......
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recall two previous occasions ; '
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at
lb
when disastrous freezes destroyed 27"Crisco
crops and ornamentals reasonable prices. Call George .
Jarosz, ID 73410.
throughout the state and I ask.
ed the same'question, thinkingthat 1.24-7.25 p. ENERGY QT.

exhibitors couldn't possiblyfind ASSUME PAYMENTS-On ..'62 3 LB. SHORTENING
sufficient material for a model zigzag sewing machine. EACH
creditable display.My Sews forward and reverse, makes BLEACH g

fears proved unfoundedfor button holes, embroiders, monograms
I had failed to realize what darns, patches, and etc. Limit One
wonders can be performed by Six payments of$7:00 remaining.
skilled, experienced count;y Write Box 225, Daytona Beach,
agents and individuals in safe. or call CL 3-8106. 1.17.4tc 3Lb. : FARM FRESH PROIICE
guarding such display material 59 '
and in knowing where to find FOB SALE-Two bedroom CBS ,
such as is available. house in Hlllcrest Large lot and
I remember visitors, large garage $7,500.00. HowardF. McINTOSH
walking
through exposition halls and Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler Limit One With $5.00 or APPLES Z LOS. FOR Z5e
Beach.
Phone HE 92395.
seting gorgeous displays of cit. More Food Order
rus, vegetables, flowers and or. Jan. 17-4t IDAHO BAKINGPOTATOES
namentals when It seemed that FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom I LBS. FOR
everything outside the grounds house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. 3 Z'e
had been destroyed. Back lot fenced in, $65 a month.
Working the year round, exhibitors Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 CELLO BAGCARROTS
familiar with the hazard day and ID 7r2267 evenings.Jan. EACH 10'c
that bad weather presents, makeit 17-5tp. CigarettesReg.
a point to set aside and amply __
protect such material as they WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus-
know they will need. tomers. Call Harris Appliance & FROZEN FOOD
As for the flower,show, orchid Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. CartoN
and hibiscus growers, anticipating Aug, 30-tfc $219

the fair's need, took the necessary REFINISHING-Furniture refinished WINTER GARDEN 11 OZ. FRIED CHICKEN
heating precautions, and and repaired. Experiencedon FOR
the orchid and hibiscus shows antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. PLUS TAX DINNERS Z 98eKi.g$229
will be as colorful
as ever. 4392007. 10-11-tf
The greatest change, expansionand WINTER GARDEN
, improvement evident this FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We Carle" EACH
year will be found in the art, will fill your tank or we will STRAWBERRIES 19c
electrical and flower shows. furnish you with a tank. Call Limit Two .
These exhibits halls have been Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at
tied together with an ornate ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. PLUS TAX WINTER GARDEN 8 OZ.

canopied central entrance and Aug. 30ticEXPERT Limit One Carton With CHICKEN ,

foyer to provide 80,000, square REPAIR SERVICEOn $7.00 or More Food Order TURKEY PIES 4FOR69C
SS TV, RadC, HI-FI, Sewing BEEFBush's .'

LIGHT BULLDOZING Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and I ,
all small 'I "
appliances. All work
Fill Dirt Building Sand Shell guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, 300 REDKIDNEY
,SO w Granada next Eleven DUNCAN HINES '
ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON BEANS'
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- White Yellow-Devil I
HC 9-2357-Flagler Beach '4414. May 17-tfc Showboat 300

Ocean front housekeeping apart. PORK AND BEANS
1 ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete Cake Mil
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TV SERVICEALL 'i with linens and all utilities. Red Dart 303ITALIAN

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, BEANS
MAKES loafing. Day, week or month. For nn
Agent For Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. 3 $1 Bluh.300

RCA & PHILCO HE 9-2082 7-6tf RED BEANS EACH

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD JOHNSTON'SFLACLER ---- -

AND INSTALLED BEACH REALTY CO. 25 FREE 25 FREE 50 FREETOP
TUBES TESTED FREE LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
WATER FRONT, FARMS, TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS J VALUE STAMPS

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Food
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2 Cans of He&rt's-Delight
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i COPELAND'S TENDER SMOKED
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COPELAND'S PURE PORK ROLl-HOT OR MILD
POUND JIFFY VEALSteaks
SAUSAGE 49

MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE or Patties EACH 1 O

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6 oz. FOLGER'S OR YOUR CHOICE

Instant Coffee JAI SHORTENING
69 3 Ls.
BAKERITE 49
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ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE
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OSAGE FREESTONE

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Julia\ Gordon, student In the are their son in law and daughter Is now proceeding some 6,000 of
nursing school at Alachua Gen Mr and Mrs. Julian Caudill, the statements and hopes to
eral Hospital in Gainesville I ,, I and Dr and Mrs. Roy Holsey oiEllzabethton have all to the veteran mortgage
spent the past weekend here at.. Tenn. They are holders by February 1. These
the home of her parents I leaving today to fly to Nassau cover only mortgage held dl.
LOCALS and go from there on a tendaycruise. rectly by the VA, not those held
Joe Kiley left Monday morning by commercial lending institutions
13U i for his home In Quebec, Canada Also visiting with them Wednesday .' II i
after a visit here with Mr. were Dr. and Mrs.E. .. I Phone Mils and letters requesting
BAYLESS-WALKER G. B. Herein Distributing rice and Mrs. Louis Trad. Mrs. Kiley L. Caudill, Sr., of Elizabeth- this Information will
bags were Lois Ann Tipton and and son, Jimmy, will return to ton, who are vacationing at El. necessitate pulling the records
Miss Nancy Dora Walker of: Deborah Hartling. Mrs. Lucille Quebec In about three weeks. llnor Village for several weeks. and slowing down the processing
New Smyrna Beach became the Williams played piano selec They are the parents of Julian for other veterans, it was
bride of Mr. David Lee Bayless tions. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeLorenzoof Caudill. explained."The .
of Damascus, Ohio, and Delray During the evening the bride. St. Augustine held open house I VA realizes these figuresare
Beach, Florida at 4 o'clock January groom's parents entertained Sunday at their home, Minorca Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. Tommy necessary for income tax
26, 1963. The bride is the members of the wedding party Drive, St. Augustine. The occasion Durrance and daughterswere returns, but cannot process'thostatements :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and the families at a wedding was observing their 22nd in Tampa during the past until all posting. of
Lee Walker of New Smyrna dinner act the S. & S. in Ormond wedding anniversary. Those weekend visiting with Mrs. transactions through the' last
Beach. The bridegroom is the Beach. from Bunnell attending were Knight's sister, Mrs. Horace day of 1962 has been made.
.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. The couple left for a wedding Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stef ilk and Locke and Mr. Locke who was Any veterans who have not
Bayless of Damascus, Ohio. trip to Bahama Islands after Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steflik. receiving treatment' In the hos received their statements by or
j The ceremony was performedby which they will go to Ohio to pital. shortly after February 1 should
Rev. Luther Laite at the First reside. Visiting with Mrs. Frank Dll- then contact the St. PetersburgVA
I Methodist Church. Mrs. George The bride has a B.S. Degree ger in Shell Bluff Is her sister, CARD OF THANKS regional office
Krewson, organist, accompaniedthe from Stetson University and had Mrs. Ruby Stephenson of Baxley, Words cannot adequately express The statements will include
soloist, Mrs. Hazel Lynn of graduate work at Florida State Georgia.Mrs. our deep appreciation for the year-end /unpaid principal
Moulitrie, Ga. Harry Gouch play. University In Tallahassee. The the .many kind acts that came balance, Interest paid on the
ed the .'violin.Serving groom received his B.A. Degreeat Flossie Richardson and to us at the time of our recent loan and taxes paid on the
as best man was the Muskingum College, New her house guest, Mrs. Clara bereavement. The many expressions property during the calendar
bridegroom's brother, Bruce Bay. Concord, Ohio, and M.S. from Westenheffer, are visiting with of sympathy, the floral offerings year 1962.
less. Ushers were James Early,, 'I Florida. State University In Tal friends and relatives in Fort and food are deeply ap Also mailed automatically to
Cheyenne, Wyo.; Martin Hienzei lahassee. Lauderdale.Mrs. : preciated. May God bless each each borrower is a 12-month
and William Hienzer of Tallahassee The bride is (the granddaughter I. of you. supply of mortgage loan pay.
and Russell Walker of I of Mrs. Daisy Walker of Bunnell. Daisy Walker, Miss Lucille Th family of ment notices and remittance envelopes .
DeLand, brother of the bride. Walker, Mrs. Virginia High Frank (Pop) Dilger. for use during the calendar .
Mrs. Myron Sasser, Gainesville,, 'i JUNIOR WOMAN'CLUB and Mrs. Ruth Watkins were In year 1963. These notices
f was matron' of honor. Miss Janet I MEMBERS PLAN OUTING New Smyrna Beach Sunday visiting Information For will be mailed some time In February .
! Walker, sister of the bride, was Junior Woman's Club mem with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. ,
! maid of honor, and Mrs. Russell.1 bers and their families will Walker. VeteransStatements
; Walker was the bridesmaid. have a weiner roast at Bulow Many
; The bride, given in marriage Park on Sunday, February 3, at Mr/ and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, of loan interest High speed electronic computers -
i .by her father, chose a gown of 4 o'clock. Butch and A. M. McDaniel and I and property taxes for the calendar at the University of Floridaare
white satin fashioned with a I A board meeting of the club Jack Hall, were in Ocala Satur year 1962 paid by Florida being used to predict' tho
bateau neckline and long will be held at Kathy JCnlght's day visiting with Mr. and Mrs. veterans carrying direct GI loanmortgages state's employment pattern. Recent .
sleeves which tapered to points home on February 5th at 8 o' O. C. Shelton, Jr. with the OVA will be I computer analysis shows
at the wrists. A tiara of seed clock in the evening. issued without request from the December to have an increasingrate
pearls and aurora borealis crystal Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. borrower. I of employment over other
drops' was fastened to her Miss JoAnn Morris, student at Holden Wednesday and today The VA's St. Petersburg office months.
shoulder length veil of illusion. the University of Florida, and -------- -
Her flowers was an arm bouquet John Ellis of Orlando were visiting .
of yuletide roses. She car. at Walter Morris home during
ried an antique embroideredlinen the weekend.C. 4
handkerchief belonging to funtime after dark
her paternal grandmother. Her njoy family
only ornament was a diamond P. (Bruz) Gordon was in
pendant, given to her by the the local hospital several days
bridegroom.The last week for a medical checkup.

attendants wore identically ." .. \ '
fashioned gowns of emerald Lonnie Bratcher and his moth.
green velvet and carried nosegays er, Mrs. B. M. Bratcher, who has
of white carnations and visited here since the Christmas .. tt
mums centered with yuletideroses. holidays, plan to go to Alma,1
Ga. next for an extended visit.

Mrs. Walker chose for her
daughter's wedding a dusty
i pink lace over taffeta with complimenting Lovelace Gordon of Orlando
accessories and a visited here during the weekend
I white ,carnation corsage. with Mr. and Mrs. C P. Gordon.
Lovelace is a member of the
Mrs. Bayless, the bridegroom's Florida Symphony Orchestra.
' mother, wore an aqua silk linen
gown with matching accessories
and a corsage of white carna
Sammie Whitaker and Elaine
tions.
Deen, students at Florida State
The reception followed at Wesley University in Tallahassee, spent
Hall. Miss Barbara Hulbert the past weekend here visiting
and Mrs. Rudy Rudisill were in with their, parents.
charge of the bride's book.
Serving cake were Mrs. W S.
Settle and Mrs. Joe G. Watkinsand Bobby Worley is a patient In
Miss Robin Cook served the local hospital for medical
punch. Circulating hostesseswere treatment.NOTICE.
Mrs. C. J. Lamee and Mrs.
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more attractive at night than in the daytime. You can accent favorite
beauty spots and add new nighttime charm, viewed from indoors or .
out. Outdoor lighting can transform even a tiny backyard into a

Notice is hereby given that a municipal election big extra living room.
will be held in. the City of Bunnell, Florida, on Inexpensive electric "Ughtacape" units are easily attached to house, I
Tuesday, the 5th day of March, A. D. 1963, for garage, trees, or "planted" in the ground. A few fixtures and you're
the purpose of electing two City Commissioners, in business. i I

and all persons desiring to ballots have their candidatesare names And lighting up your driveway, step, walks and other outdoor areas :

printed required upon the to file official written notice as of their helps prevent accidents provides security and protection from i
office of the unwelcome prowlers. f
be candidates in the
intention City Clerk to on or before the 22nd of February. ............................................................

A. D. 1963. ;, : NEWI ELECTRIC POST LIGHTS :

Notice is further given that the registration J 'Q The Ughti turn ON at chile; OFF at dawn-automatically I :
books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now I They cost leas to buy and leas to operate than flame type and :
to and including the teat aupply! mach more light Posts bar extra outlet for plufcinf in
_open for registration of voters radio, rotiawrto, bed jecutter, or other electrical appliances :
22nd day, until 4:30 p. m., of February, A. D. and garden tools. Set tt*display of outdoor lighting fjctura' at : I
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P feet, the British Admiralty has I the Kurll-Kamchatka Trench,, ocean than he does about the Jersey, If one lowered a dredge

New Deepest confirmed to the National Geographic 34,000 feet. The Java Trench is moon's surface.Oceanographers. from the clouds and snared a

Society. The discoverywas in the Indian Ocean the Puerto compare their field mouse, some beetles, a

Deep Found made on November 6, 1962. Rico and South Sandwich knowledge of the sea to what caterpillar, a stone, and some

The "Cook Depth" is more Trenches in the Atlantic. might be known about, say New grass.

: I In The PacificAt than 1,500 feet deeper than the Probed Since War II I '

the end of an echo more previous record depth reportedin I Since World War II, many I BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962-63

1959 by the Soviet research previously unknown deep-sea
than seven miles down, British Friday, February 1, St. Augustine A & B Boys There 6:30 '
ship Vityaz in !the Pacific Ocean'sMariana bottoms have been charted by
have found a new Feb. 2 Fla. & B
sea surveyors Saturday, Military A Boys There 7:00
Trench. !the United States Navy, the
deepest deep for all the world'soceans. Saturday Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls. There 6:30
Coast and Geodetic Survey, the
Twenty Times Grand Canyon Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez A & B Boys There 6:30

; n.M. S. Cook exploring a vast Institutionof Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A & B Boys There 7:00
The Cook Depth lies.in the the Scripps
east of the Friday, February 8, Orange Park iIt B Girls Home 4:30:
\ undersea canyon Philippine Trench of several Oceanography, and the Na-
one
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with echo-sounding Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City A & B Boys Home 7:00
Philippines All
steep-walled furrows that gash tonal Geographic Society.

equipment, hit bottom at 37,782 the Pacific sea floor. ; appear on maps produced by the FEBRUARY 13 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

I I The Cook Deepis Tuesday Feb. 19, St Augustine A & B Boys Home 7:00
Society. new
IN ANn The Trench is 20
IN TIU'YLAGLEItC0LNTY.mum'IT ('OI'ItT. I4LOR Philippine I joining them. Monday, Feb. 25, Fla. Military A & B Boys Home 6:30
FOIL CAIE NO. .nllz! bigger than the Grand Canyon.
IDA IN ICQUITY. I I Still despite stepped-up stud- ,
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The lowest of .
the
'lIjI'lON AUA1LL.IY part narrow I - - - "- -- - "
C. RnOun.IJ..umOUR Joined V bottom lies than mile ies In oceanography, man knows
wiZe RO3F 1. more a I PETERSON TEXACO
by hi. Plaintiff'V. ,I deeper than Mount Everest is !less about many regions of theUNIVERSITY SERVICE Community

1 JOHN II. SMITH, et %efndanti.OltPRn I high. A penny :tossed from a ENGINEERS ROAD SERVICE Memorial Church
ship would fall for several
AND NOTICE, : hours STUDY RESEARCH HOUSE
HMITII, JOINED Light Mechanical Work .ter.de..ml..tle..1AIR
TO: JOHN H. before reaching bottom.
I the
SMITH Mechanical at
engineers
WIFE, I
fly HIS Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
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WHORl TRUE ClIlUSTIAN NAME Here is a world of total dark of Florida aiming CONDITIONED
I'LAINTIFFS University are : 1
TO ... -
UNKNOWN .4
IH IF ALIVJt AN) IF" THE HAW ness, near-freezing temperatures, I to make Florida's houses more Daytona AT.

UNKNOWN JOHN H. SMITH IIEIR IS DI PEVIIIES<}AD, illS. and pressures as high as 900 comfortable in both winter and FREE PAINT FLAGLER BEACH

I4EOATEEB P flRYAN OR, JOINED flRANTEEMtIENRY tons per square foot. A fraction summer temperatures through II ODe extra gallon of your choice f Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

WIFEi-BltYAN WHORE of that pressure would be studies at their "re
HIS underway with each gralloir you buy Church Service 11:00 A.M.
UN-
TltUf1 CHRISTIAN NAME IS enough to crush a block of woodto "
IF search house.
KNOWN TO PLAINTIFI Mary Carter Paint' Store a W. DICKERT. Pastor
ALIVE, AND IF" THE SAID HIS HENRY UNINOWN half size.Incredible. A mile and one-half of special I .

1 P. DRYAN HEIRS.IS lE'AI DEVIEES) L.EOATEES as it may seem, wires and 200 electronic devices Al.. WMt at. "... >l.c Outer EVERYONE WELCOME

on OltANTEES, GEORGE however life not only exists but ---.s-saL.*_ _.
IfAVL: J01NED BY HIS WIFEj are being used by College Engineering I
j -$ JfMIISEU TRUE CHRISTIAN TO- thrives at (the lowest depths. researchers and grad

I'LAINTIFl"H, IF" ALIVE AND IF Though probably barren of uate students to learn more about FOR
,TIE RAID CR01105< HAULS IS plant life which requires light, air-condi
IJEAD, IUS UNKNOWN HKIIHIDB. home-heating,
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
VISEES. LEOATEEH OR JOINED OILAN- canyon floors support bacteria, tlonlng and humidity in! the
#rEES' } W. SMITH sea anemones, mollusks, and :
BY HIS WIFE-SMITIi, WHOSE concrete block "research house" CANCER .
TUUM CURISTIAN NAME IS UN- minute crustaceans. Scientists
KNOWN TO 1'I.AINTIFFS. IF AKA on the edge of the Florida campus \.
LIVE AND Il< SAID JOHN W.SMITh believe giant, deep-sea squid Next' month it gets room AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES

IlElItS IS DEVISEES 11113 LEGATEES UNKNOWN on may also live there, sustaining partitions and soon after student H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
01lAN'1'EESOEO. }IL FOSTEn. lAS.A. themselves on food that floats
.. MARION AND LAWRENCE down. family inhabitants for further ID 7-3361 Bunnell. Florida
UAYNi'l8 UNDEH. FIRM NAME tests. ,
OF URO. R. FOSTER .t <'O GRO.t. Jacques Picard of the famous
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QIfTEH, JOINED flY' HIS I
WIFE, FOSTER, WHOSETHUR Swiss family of scientists, wrote I
Scale
models of
Florida
CHRISTIAN NAME 18 UNANtO -
KNOWN IFJ'& tS'GllJ. 11n. !the August, 1960, National beaches help University of Flor- T -

ALIVE H. 'OSTEU, IH DEAD THE HIS UN- i Geographic that he observed a ida engineers determine the
KNOWN HEIRS, IEVISEEM, LEGATEEI4 shrimp and foot-long solellke CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
OJt GItANTEES JAB. A. I causes of erosion which causes
MARION. JOINED BY IiIS WIFEMARION TRUIJ fish cutting along at a depthof Florida to lose more than 300

CHISTIAN NAME WHOSE IS UNKNOWN 35,800 feet His dive of almost I acres of its most valuable real H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

TO I'LAINTIFKH:, IK ALIVE AND seven miles in the Mariana HARDIN AssociateAIR
JOHN ,
IF THE RAID JA8. A. MARION estate each year.
IS DEAD. HIS J'fTWdt: HEIRS Trench off Guam is the deepest
DEVISEES, GRAS. descent by man to date. I OXYGENCONDITIONED
TEES, LAWItENCA3 ILAYNES.JOlNE1 I LADYATTENDANT
BY HIS WIFE The Pacific Ocean has most of) RCA VICTOR I I EQUIPPED

HAYNER NAME, WHOSE 18 THUF1 MQrD CHRISTIAN TO- the world's deepest canyon: the LIVING COLOR TV I CHAPEL AMBULANCES ".

4 I'L.AINTIKrS. IF A IK Philippine and Mariana Trench LOOK FOR TOlD IMCTU11U
THE SAID LAWRENCE HAYNES l IN TUB WINDOW"Southern
18 DEAl), HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS es; Japan Trench 34,000 feet1; ,, Radio & Television Phone ID 7-3532
UBV18EES. L.UOATEH8 OR OKAN
: Kermadec-Tonga Trench north 126 E. Granada- Ph. OH 12001OItMNII
JAilES K. HULU JOINEDBY
TEEM I I 201 MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
HIS: TRUB WIFE 6HRISTIAN" '-"' ***NAMl*wi HrWHOHH of New Zeland, 35,500 feet; and ,;

IS--UNKNOWN TO PLAINTIFl''tI:,
IF ALIVE, AND IF THE SAW 7' : :'r ; '
JAMES F. HULL IS DEAD HIS : : : SeT "T
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UNKNOWN UbJIRS. DEVISEES, : < ; '
LEOATEI OIl GIIANTEES AND Her come blgger'pofato {r :i:
ALL g'J\.l\l.CJt- (SAVE ANI J'JX- ,.. profits. : . .
CEIT THE PLAINTIFFS HEREIN : .. .
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HAVE ANY RIGHT TITUS OR
TO THE FOLLOWING '
INTEREST IN AND '
DESCRIBED PROPERTY'UJeATED ..s- -I Sr
IN KLAULEtt COUNTY.FLORIDA. -
TO-WIT: ,
The Welt 10 acres of the East .
Half of the Southwest Quarterof
the Northwest Quarter; the Yt ..
West 10 acres of the East Halfof
the Northwest Quarter of
the Southwest: Quarter: the
East Half of the West Halfof .
the Northwest Quarter of z "
the Southwest Quarter; and ..., .. *a:' . ,. .
the East Half of the West Half
of the Southwest Quarter of tt1Si
the Northwest Quarter, all InSection .l:
19, Township 14 South, r--'F-'lR .
Range SI East. .. .
You an4 each of you are hereby
cited and notified and required to 'a ,:t, : .: : : .',:
Ale your respective answers to the ,&..: ,
complaint herein In the office of ,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In *1
and for Flagler County, Floridaat
the Court House In Bunnell, ,,
Florida, on or before March 8, '< "
A. D. 19<3. and to serve a copy .. #. .. :' : .< ,,', / -:
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of your answer or answers upon ,
Curtis Basch, Attorney for the .,'. q' S. V
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Plaintiffs In the above Ityled : p .
cause at his ofllce at Z2J Orange 45I

Avenue. Dayton Beach Florida, When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight. 4.1
on or before said date, as requiredby ,
the Florida Rule of Civil Procedure ;-, .,

quiet title, said.In suit the plaintiffs.being a. suit HarleyC. to Spray Du Pont Manzate0 to control ''' ' : .

Harbour. Harbour wherein and his plaintiffs wife Rose pray L blights )

for a decree of this Court rnsnsb fungicide \
Inc their title In and to the qUiet-I
described land., and .assure top yields of No. 1 ;
fee simple title In and to said . 5 ..
to be the plaintiffs, decreeing
the tlen of plaintiffs to be a good ':;I
and Indefeasible title In fee simple One-chemical blight control-a with "Manzate" S :i
decreeing all title. claim or Inter- spray program .',
e.t claimed by you or any of you. maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. I S :\
party or parties claiming
or or to any claim delraIXoYaJs: of B.ft.rylslds, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as : ', S ,

wholly you In null and and to void. perpetually be much as 40 bushels per acre . gives you more tl'e, and naturally \t :t '

restraining you and each of you increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas. ; '.. S: .
and servants and attorneys
from your asserting any claim there Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,p"M on plants.It can be ,I. ': :. Si

against with the or possession Interfering of In plaintiffs any way r,1 used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won'stunt plant growth. ;<.1.,; ',

their heirs, assigns grantees, Save time and mo.Manzate' is wettable S .
agent or attorneys and from assertIng a powder, readyto S ;..
title to laid lands or any mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides 'Sand ,
thereof, requiring and
part you "
each of you to set forth the nature fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.
of claim and that the S
interest, your If any, held\ by you and Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the

each of you may be divested out years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy S
of you and each of you, and Invested -
In plaintiff, and that handling. S
atr'cl
any and which you or .
any of you may have or make In On all chemicals,follow labeling instruction and warninji caTtfuUy.MANZATE.
be cancelled.
and to said lands may
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of S
the Circuit Court of Flagler Coun- L ::;
ty. Florida and the seal of said -
Court, at Uunntll Florida, on this <[(J POND
2Sth day of January A. D. 19(3. Each with "Maniate"
(Circuit' Court Heal) acre you spray can
E. A. SMYTHE yield bushels more of Its like these. Field *.*.....-.u... maneb fungicideHAGE
Clrek of the Circuit Court In applications of"Manzate"protect your crops mm THINGS.01 811111 lIVING
and for Flagler' County, Florida from late tuber
blight ton. .
rot .THlCXlGHCHfMlsr.'f '
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Operation AlphabetTo sored in Florida by the State are urging all adults who are adults to read and write over a ties with those who are not
Dept of Education and air timeis Interested in seeking assistance, short period of time. The priceof I )Iiteete, and that this vital per.
(Get UnderwayOn being contributed by Tele- in addition to the programs on the book Is $2.00. |sonal encouragement and assistance -
vision stations throughout the television, to contact the county will be given.
Past has shown
stale as a public service. education office at ID 73232. experience I
February 25 I ithat many non-literate adults ] Let us make every effort to
Mr. Z. D. Holland, supt. of public I
Flagler County citizens are hesitant to enter Into a program take advantage of Operation
Operation Alphabet, a state. I Instruction, assures those
Operation Alphabet may be such as Operation Alpha. {I Alphabet In Flagler county In
wide who desire this
program designed to help assistance that
viewed over Channel 6 of Orlando I bet for various reasons. It Is often order that our citizens who have
ron-literate adults learn to read competent and professionally I
from 7 to ,7:30: each Monday for relative,
I necessary a or been denied the privileges of an
and write
will get trained Instructional t
underway personnelare
i Wednesday, and Friday neighbor, or employer, or close I|education may venture forth Into -
on Monday, February 25. available to give aid in the
I.| mornings beginning February friend to take the initiative and new frontiers of knowledgeand
Operation Alphabet Is a series 25. Channel 12 of Jacksonville I Operation Alphabet Program.A use their influence in getting learning by gaining the
of 100 television broadcasts of will also carry the series on special Operation Alphabet the particular individual to ability to read and write.
I
30 minutes, and has effectively Monday, Wednesday, and Friday TV Home Study Book is avail make his move toward literacy.It .
proven its usefulness in raisingthe from 6:10: to 6:40 A. M. beginning able through the Flagler county is hoped that" this fact will Louisiana has some 4,000
level of literacy In several February 25. education office. The book Is ,be recognized by citizens In miles of navigable Inland 'wa
other states. It is being spon- Educators In Flagler county! specifically designed to teach FlagU* county who have close I' terways.i ,. 'J':, ,';

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WE HAVE (NEW) GAS 30 GAL.GLASS
; NORGE 20" Reg. $149.95 LINED WATER HEATERS FOR OUR USED: WESTINGHOUSE A Real Good Buy

GAS RANGE $9995NEW GAS CUSTOMERS
$4995SERVICE ELECTRIC RANGE $4900


G E
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USED WESTINGHOUSE
DISH WASHER $16995NEW
IS WHAT COUNTS- WE HAVE IT DRYER $3950


: G E 10 Cu. Ft. BULK GAS TANKS ANY SIZE
,USED GE Top of Line-Good As New
BUY FROM US AND GET GOOD
REFRIGERATOR $1799S, -
SERVicE AND SAVE MONEY. CLOTHES DRYER 89


NEW: G E Chest Type 23 Cu. Ft.
NEW FLOOR
: MODEL Reg. $119.95GAS USED: GE FULLY AUTOMATIC

FOOD FREEZER $29960 FURNACEI WALL $8900 CLOTHES WASHER $4950



NEW: G E ELECTRIC 115v. ,Make U.A Good Deal on Our 60 NEW GAS USED GE Good as New-New GuaranteeREFRIGERATOR

CLOTHES DRYER $9999NEW $ 00 &
SPACE HEATERS 17 UP iJIZ5::


: WHIRLPOOL 115 v. REPOSSED GE 1 TON 1 Year GuaranteeAIRCONDITIONER'12500 USED: PERFECTION SPACE

AIR CONDITIONER'1699S OIL HEATER 50,000 btu $Z5OOI I

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NEW: G E A REAL BUY WE HAVE A GOOD STQCK OF
.USED COLEMAN SPACE NICE
PYREX AND CORNING WARE
,
TELEVISION $16995 DISHES. OIL HEATER 53,000 btu $3500

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I PAGE i TWELVE THE FLAGLEK. '!TRIBUNE BUNNELL .FLORIDA Thursday. January 31, 1963
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(OSTERBIND NAMED tion about Florida( through special
: Haw Creek I TO POST AT U OF F reports, Economic Leaflets

t Ii I 3/a Beach WatershedDevelopments .1 I Dr.; Carter C. Osterblnd has and monthly analyses of Florida

} r .I been Bureau named of Economic director and of Business the construction trends.

Research at the
i\ University Subscribe to The r.Jg1er Tribune
Brantley METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Continued From Page 1 I of Florida. On the bureau staff
Mr. }and Mrs. A. O. Z50 A Year In Advance
have returned to their home I! Church school is at 9:43: A. M. local officials are needed with since 1950, he became acting di.
here after spending the past two I each Sunday. Rev. Reynold the various problems in: Install rector last year when Director I
end a halt months in Benida, Hoover invites everyone to attend ing the proposed works. George B. Hurff moved into full- PAL PARKER'S. INC.
Calif. They were visiting there the regular worship hour Then the local officials hare time teaching.The Automotive Specialty Center
with their son In law and 'ait, 11 o'clock, with special mu I I a voice in determining what is bureau is the research division BRAKE PART IlELINED AND L.AUOUFOnDCHRVnOLETri.YMONTn$1S4S
' daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Alfred sic by the choir. to be done? of the College of Business
,,'
OTHEIl itass
Engelmann and their family. I I Yes, definitely. They can decide Administration and provides economic 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
I,. WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS i I on how complete a level and business informa
'
,Mrs. Mae Hendren has returned Despite the bad weather last of protection they want, on _
w I 'YV V'i' FiP"'i i>Y
f to her home after an I Wednesday evening a good! which of several alternative solutions .
; extended visit in Casselberry number of persons attended the to the problem they: I NOW OPEN
.( with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crotty. interesting program at the, Flag .I want, and in fact whether they
ler Woman's Club. Dr. Allen:' wanted to stop or go on with: IN OUR NEW LOCATIONGood
COMMUNITY' MEMORIAL Reynolds, local dentist, introduced 'I the project. i Home Made Chili Delicious Irish Stew
CHURCH NEWS Dr. Robert Thoburn of i What In the next step?
Sunday school convenes each Daytona Beach who gave his t I The Soil Conservation Service Thick Sandwiches Frozen Custard

:, Sunday at 9:45: A. M. with classes views on the controversial sub. I'' will assist in preparing a work FELIX GERMAN DELICATESSEN '
'for all ages. Rev. R. W. Dickert's ject of "Socialized Medicine." : plan by making necessary surveys HAMBURGERS & SHAKES 19c & 30c
Is Doctor of
Thoburn
Dr.
for next; Sunday a : and Investigations. These
//sermon: topic
I will* bfe "The Benefit of the Dental Surgery and has served, will be reviewed with local of. DAIRY BAR & DELICATESSEN
:World to the Believers." Wor In all offices of the!! Florida ficials and by mutual pooling
ship hour 'Li at 11 A. M. Dental Society; Is a member and of ideas. and information, a plan AlA & MaJa St. .Flagler Beach
past president of the American
acceptable to the local sponsors . .
.'! Academy of Dentistry" and is the will be developed.Will ....,;-.1'.1'- - -......-..... .........:'....."...-.J'....:'ttj..:'....;-.U-- -
j Guests of Mrs. Emma Kulp author of the book 75 Years of it show costs?
\ I'r of her cousins, Mrs. Florence Yo- Following Dr. Torburn's talk, he the proposed cost sharing will ;
I cum from Lansdale, Penna. and answered questions during the be thoroughly worked out Also, AMBULANCE ',
r Miss Grace Hartzell from Glen- lively discussion period. It will show the benefits. Bene PHONE VAlley 4.1625
: ; side, Penna. Mrs. Clarence Shultz was the fits must be greater than the SERVICE
jj hostess for the evening with Mrs. costs or the whole idea will be ST, AUCUSTlNE FLOIDA
Clarence Strickland from Savannah < Charles and Mrs. L. H. I "'
I' j Dally dropped. So far our preliminary Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia: Ambulance. W*
I Ga., is spending a few Hardin. Mrs. Jasper White, program investigations show ;benefits .
are always at with, promptness, safety and
weeks visiting his aunt and chairman: ,for the Woman'sClub which will substantially exceed your service
: uncle, Mr and Mrs. H. W. Dur- arranged the program. the estimated costs. experience. .

1 "ranee. He also accompanied Other questions, Includingcost Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
them to St Cloud, Florida, over The University of Florida's J. sharing will be taken up
II ;, the weekend to visit with Mrs. Hlllls Miller Health Center Is next week. Garcia Funeral Home4
I Durrance'a brother and family, considered one of the most modern ,
Robert Morgan. centers of health, medical Russian sportsmen train black P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral DirectorLADY

education and patient, care in eagles to hunt foxes, antelopesand ASSISTANT ....
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS I,t the nation. wolves.
'. The First Baptist Church con. __ I
1
ducted studies in the Book of
Matthew last' Tuesday and Wed- I

.it t' nesday January nights Bible as Study part of of the the Everything piles up handsomely in a Chevy n including savingsImagine

I 1 I > Southern Baptist Convention. a low-loading wagon roomy enough to this one goes and goes on a gallon. They grow
L t Teachers were: Mrs. Stanley handle most anything you can heft-and still CHEVY with brakes that adjust themselves.An exhaust
fi Springer, Mrs. Grace Clay, Mr. trim enough to slip into cramped parking spots. system that lasts longer. And a Delcotron
j1 Jtob:Schatz'and Rev. Atlee Stev We imagined it, built it and called it Chevy II. generator that keeps battery reserve power up.
I ,I''ns.. Made it as dependable as a wagon can get. CHEVROLET Want to hear more? How about a low price,
i Sunday school Is each Sunday And made it so it'll keep piling up savingsover natty interiors, Body by Fisher craftsmanshipand
Ii i! at 9:45': A. M., followed by 'wor the years. Those show up in the way Keeps Going Great a talk with your Chevrolet dealer soon I

E I ship service at 11. Training 0___________._ --
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I w 1 Union is held each Sunday eve-
i '. nlng tut'6:13: .followed by church i Mk .ro y :

\ ., service at 7:30. Following the
evening service there will be a
,
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Youth *Fellowship in the pas- ; .

-t t torlum. rf ::1. ,

; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merwin
i
from Blue Mount Lake ('N, Y.,
are guests of Rev. and Mrs. E.
Lester' Stanton in Venice Park.

: Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Martin
have as their house guests, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Woodworth, of De.
troit, Mich. Mrs. Woodworth is
a sister of Mr. Martin.

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; FLAGLER BEACH PTA T
MEETS NEXT TUESDAY
xThe Flagler Beach PTA will
honor past members and officers
i when they hold their Founder's
,, : Day meeting Tuesday night,
I February 5, at 7:30.
-(, The hospitality committee will
W serve refreshments. The pro
I'"gram will be in charge of Miss

i Mary Pache, Bunnell High
'I School Band Drum Majorette

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1 "Mrs. Bryan from Mur
1 rysvijle, Penna. is spending sev wY
,|f, era! weeks with her son in law
i and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Harkncss, ,. and son. %9
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'ATTENDS DISTRICT

I MENS' CLUB: MEETING
Hoover, Rev. E.
Rev. Reynold
Nova 400 4-Door 6-Passenger Station Wagon
I Lester Stanton and C. B. Hull,

i members of the Flagler Beach See four__entirely_ different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's . Chevrolet, Chevy 77, Corroir and Corvette.
the .__
Methodist Church, attended ------- --------- --------------------- -------------------- ----------- --- ----
?, District Mens' Club meeting last

M week The in Men's Sanford.Club have invited. r" : HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY J'J'I .

the group to hold their July
t meeting at the Flagler Beach FLORIDA
BUNNELL
ID 7-3131
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