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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 7, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 51, NO. 5 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR


To Let Bids on SHELTONS GROCERYHAS REV. JIMMIE ROSE-; IDLEWOOD CLUB -Bold ,

A FACELIFTINGSheltons "SPONSORS YOUTH Burglar

Rebuilding of Grocery has undergone COUNCIL DANCE
Robs Office of
a face-lifting during the I The Idlewood Club is .
sponsorIng
past week. New brick planter
Espanola RoadThe a dance for the Youth Council .
boxes have been constructed Tax Collector
this Saturday evening at the
with a brick facing below the I
I Bunnell Community Center. The
,Board of County Commissioners i windows. The upper part of the I t I The office of Tax Collector
Valentine motif will be
used in
was notified this week I front of the store and around Dale B. Brown, Jr., was robbedof
the decorations and refresh.
by the State Road Department the windows is finished in cypress $376.65 by a bold burglar
I ments.
that the department would ac paneling.The during noon hour last Friday. I
Music will be furnished
cept bids for rebuilding the Espanola interior of the market has by The cash was taken from the
the "Fallouts" of Palatka.
road on February 19. i]I recently been finished in pine cash drawer of the tag agency.No .

After discussion, the board decided paneling also. checks were taken.

to make no change in the!I L'T: School Board The burglary took place while

service officer and director of Duke 'McDaniel'sBrother' Mr. Brown, along with several i

civil defense arrangement at other county officers and employees .
Plans to Record
present: were eating box lunchesIn I
Died In
Raymond Smith, who holds I a. conference room only two
both positions, had presented Its Meetings I doors from the tax collector's of.
Atlanta
plans to the commissioners Sunday I I 'fice. Entrance was gained by

whereby the service' officer position Lawrence P. McDaniel, brotherof ,I Supervising Principal John the burglar by using a tool ap
for the county would be A. M. (Duke) McDaniel of I q Baggett discussed the possibilityof parently designed 'to trick locks. I

filled by his wife and he would Bunnell, passed away in an Atlanta I{ Methodist Church installing an intercommunication The suspect was reported to
be appointed full-'time directorof hospital after civil defense for the I' school at a school board meeting ing the lunch hour at least
county.; of over a year. lie was a resi | Revival BeginsOn by
Matching funds would be paid dent of Hapevllle, Ga. for many 'I Tuesday morning. two employees. The burglarly ,
by the federal government for years and Was employed by the February 17th The board asked Mr. Baggettto was made between 12:13: and
1 ,
the civil defense Job. postofflce Railway Service out make an investigation as to about 12:30: o'clock. ,
At a previous meeting, the of Atlanta. f The Revival of the First the type and prices of the systems No clues have been found to

". commissioners had told Mr. .. He is survived by his wife of Methodist Church will begin and present them to the date. The funds were not covered

Smith to secure endorsements of Hapevllle; 'two sons, James Mc Sunday morning, February 17th board at its next meeting. I by Insurance. I

the plan by the two veterans Daniel of Hapeville, and Hammond at the 11 o'clock worship hour. The board also received a

organizations in the county. The McDaniel of Oxford, Ohio; Services will be held at 7:30: teacher salary schedule present.

plan was turned down by the two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Sturmanof {each evening through Friday, ed by !the Classroom Teachers. Well Bids
Veterans of Foreign Wars by Atlanta, and Mrs. Virginia the 22nd, the pastor, Rev. W. 1. The matter was taken understudy Drilling }

better than a two to one vote. Lenox of DeLand; one brother, Spicer, Jr., said today. .
Studied
The American Legion approved A. M. McDaniel of Bunnell. Also The Revival services are be. They also voted to purchasea Being ByCommissioners I

It by one vote. surviving are four grand children ing held in connection with the recorder and system from the

The resignation of Leon Pierceas and several neices and "New Life Revivals" of the Allied Radio Service for $358.

heavy machinery operatorfor nephews. Methodist Churches throughoutthe The system will be used to re City Commissioners of Bunnell

the county was accepted. Mr. Funeral services were held In Conference. cord meeting of the board. received bids at their meeting

Pierce said he Is leaving to re Atlanta Tuesday. Mr. McDaniel Rev. Jlmmle Rose will be the The board discussed the purchase Monday night for drilling a I

turn to his former home In Ala. accompanied Mr. and':"Mrs. Bob evangelist for the revival lie of 'a water softening system gravel pack well and furnish.

wuna where he Jiag a position. Lenox .of Deland' to.._Atlanta' toattend" !is an. approved! evangelist ofhftMethodistC for the ,Flagler Beach $lug pump near the present wa
--- -: E .'boU'tI'-voted-"It" .wrtte"a thVseFWce- **'.. "*'*: .-**"r4 hupctt-: .:,-_ ,"**-.. '
letter of thanks to the State Road member of the Kentucky Con from several companies before Bids were received from Lane '

Department for /ithe work doneon ference. He is a graduate of buying the system. and Atlantic for $6,920 for the (
ANNOUNCE
PRICE
the shoulders of state roadsIn Morehead State College where well 'and pump. Central Florida
Flagler County. OF NAVAL SUPPORTBy he earned both the A. B. and Well Drillers, well and pump,

The board is 'also asking per.' ( Arthur, A. Murphy) I Masters Degrees. lie attended I B & P W Clubs Toi $6,565, Southern Drillers, well t

mission to open the canal on the (U. $. Forest Service I Asbury Seminary in Wilmore'j j i'and pump, $6,366. After discus-
west side of Highway? 11 from II I Ky., and Chandler Hear Congressman slon the commissioners voted to "
_.R.' A. Powell's place west. This A program continuing price i{!Theology, Atlanta. I I : I take the bids under study until -

would improve (the drainage in .support for gum naval stores I I. Before entering the ministry, I Sydney Herlong next Monday night at a special ,
that area.Grocery. ,during 1963 was announced by Rev. Rose had a background as meeting of the bodY. They
the Agriculture Department. The an athletic coach both in high also
bid was awarded to I A meeting of the DeLand are asking representativesof
/ Brannam Grocery for the month. I support level will be $34.28 per school and college fields of bas Business and Professional Wo each company to/ be presentto

M standard barrel (435 pounds net) ketball... He has also had. experience man's Club will be held Tuesday ,answer questions.
of crude pine gum processed as a pastor. Mrs. Janice Murry and Mrs. I
Club evening, 12 In ,
February ,
Rotary basis, which-Is the same as in Rev. Spicer said previous to Bette McDaniel appeared to
I I Elizabeth Hall on Stetson University ask
1962. each evening service a ,prayer the board to assist
them in I
Elects Officers I campus; The club will] placIng
service
will
be held for
This 'announcement is the revival I two tables and
have as guest speaker Congressman I benches on
The Rotary Club of Bunnell ing to the average gum decelV.1 from 7 to 7:15.: Sydney Herlong who will I the Jdlellours Playground. The

received the !report of (the nominating and needs clarification. There will be congregationalhymn speak on "Foreign Policy." concrete tables and benches I
committee on officers for $34.28 is based on singing with Dr. Allen have been purchased
The meeting will be at 8 o' by the '
the coming Rotary Year and grade and content as well as assuming 1 I Reynolds leading and Ray Mercer clock in the evening. FlaglerB. Idlewood Club. They also asked t

held the annual election at its f a higher market price as organist. Special music I and P.W. members are in- for a ruling on holding rum I
meeting last Thursday.The for spirits of turpentine than ex will be presented by both the tlted to Join with them. Others mage sales.

nominating committee, 'ists. The price is gross and does adult and, youth choirs. interested are invited to join They voted to give the annual I

composed of John A. Cannon, Jr., not reflect the high cost of ma Rev. Spicer said the public is with them to hear (the Congress. contribution to the band; to

chairman, Rob Deen and Dewey king the gum eligible for entry invited to share in these services man on this important subject. close East Rldgewood Ave. between ,
of Christian '
Moody submitted (the following into a loan program. fellowship' and enrichment Lemon and Citrus Sts., A ,

names of nominees: The disappointment price wise distance of less than one block. 'I ,

Homer Brooks, president; Dew. for the farmers' gum is due to :Woman's Club The application was made by I \
ey Moody, vice president Tom having no representation in V. F. W. TO MEET I Phil Johnson and Leslie Pache. l J.

Lenssen, 's cretary}( Red Powell, grade or content and takes whatever MONDAY EVENING Country AuctionIs I Leslie Pache came before the ;

treasurer. Directors at large are price the processor considers Veterans of Foreign Wars Post commission and discussed the

I Dean Holland, Tom Holden and fair nad equitable. The processor 5213 will meet in the post homeon February 13A recreation problems and needsof 1
-:11 Y Corbett Sullivan. is free to lower high grade West Moody Blvd. Monday the department.

( No additional nominations gum which might be as muchas evening, February 11. Also, discussed street paving
y, made from the floor and the $1.35 per barrel. He is also Post Commander Dale Brown Country Auction will be and voted to contact 'paving j
I '1(u\, slate was elected by a unanl- free to determine resin content urges all members to attend. held at the Woman's Club build. companies for prices for patch.
;' mous vote. Vice President Homer which might vary as much as 'Ing on South Central Ave., February ing reworking Anderson Street J

.' Brooks presided at the meeting $2.00 per barrel. CANCER GROUP 13 at 2 P.M. and several other spots that are

I in the absence of President John This could possibly happeneven TO BE FORMEDMrs. The Flagler Woman's Club is in need of repair. "

M. Canakaris. though the processor is Nell Riggs of St. Augustine sponsoring the affair and the Contacted Charles Sleg for th e e
Arch McDaniel and Tim Mur- paid by the farmer $4.60 per .be here I public is Invited to attend. price of a water switch at the ,
will
Tuesday evening
phey were guests at the meeting barrel before he can place gum February 12, to assist In will Mickey Massie and Isla Kester I water (tank. He is to check "
be the
.
from the Rotary Club of Or. in the loan. This price Is determined the organization of a Cancer auctioneers.Mrs. prices and contact the commls
.
mond Beach. by the processor and Committee for Kester said anyone who lion' before installation.L. '
the farmer Flagler County. I has articles to contribute for the L. Brannam .
Charles Tonkin and Howard has no voice. The meeting will be held at the announced the
Taylor were welcomed back Into If the price should averagefor courthouse at 8 o'clock.! auction are asked to leave themat date of February 21 as the date
1963 what it Massie's Motor Court, 1920 for 'the meeting of the
the club and their membership averaged for Sheriff Homer Brooks has been Leagueof
1962 South AlA, and at the home of Small
the
reinstated. take home pay for gum Municipalities. The
:appointed as chairmanfor
will county Mrs. E. P. Fleurle, 115 Fifth St., meeting will be
Dewey Moody presented a fine approximately $27.75 per the Cancer Committee, and Mrs. held in Orange
or Clarence
barrel. Shultz'cs home, I City on this date.
his vocationsof
program on own he
and Mrs. Riggs have made 1424 South Central Ave.
tax assessor and surveyor. lie plans to have representativesfrom
cited AFRICA'S WOOL Among those assisting with Smelting a (ton of aluminum
many Interesting facts and EXPORT
clubs in the
county to assist the auction will be
Mrs.
experiences in connection with After gold, South Africa's most In the Flossie requires enough electrical energy
organization of
I I a Hainrs, Mrs.
Esther t
Heydt, Mrs.
.
his to the
I supply needs
work of
and received a number valuable export Is wooL Uranium steering committee for the count Chares: Bondy, and Miss an,
of questions from members. runs third. ). I Emily average American home for 1
Gage.
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| lead after the Knights led at THE ANN rl.8Kd'l J5LDN: I I 1942h e Commission In official meet
Mad lIOn, Florida
log held In on
;.N"CJIEI'S: ; : the half 2214. Quentin Emery 111 Franklin Daffodil Square Avenue January 23, 1963 has opened for

.. I'' _ I managed to get 13 points forj I You Long are Island hereby New notified York that a I described hunting and areas trapping In Flagler the following County,

j j Bunnell, and Tom Borkor with I cult has been fled against you In E lorlda:
4 2.5 1 10 the above entitled cause; and you Sections 2. 3, 4. and 6, Township
(ByBABY Buzzy McKnight) Good 23 and Jim Pappas with 11 led are hereby required to file your answer 12 South Range 29 E.

BULLDOGS STRETCH : Robinson 3 0.0 0 6 the Knights. with the Clerk of this Court That area north of the North line
South East of the
12
thereof upon of Township
and to serve a copy
WIN STREAK TO 12 GAMES I The'Bulldogs now have a record the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Florida East Coast Canal and Southof
21 7.13 9 49 six losses. whose name and address Is: a line extending between said
of nine wins and
The Baby Bulldogs marched W. I* WAD8WORTHP. : canal and the Atlantic Ocean at
Quarter score- I FRIDAY O. Box 196 the point U. S. Highway A1A turns
past St. Augustine Friday night 2 miles SouthAarD.eAnLDRICH.
Bunnell. Floridanot East approximately
69.49 and Florida Military on Bunnell 17 31 55 69 Bunnell A Boys Fg .Ft F T later than February 11, A. D. f

St. Augustine 18 34 41 49 4 3.5 5 9 1963If' Director,
Q. Emery
for their eleventh and Fresh Water
Saturday you fall to do so, decree pro Game and
twelfth straight victories. Both H. Kuleski 34-431 confesso will be entered against Fish Commission.
Saturday you for the relief demanded In the Feb. 7-ItcIN
games were won by 20:point Brown 42-321 bill of complaint. The nature of
i BunneU B Squad F9 Ft F T Moody 8 1.4 2 17 said suit being for divorce. TUB CIRCUIT) COURT OF
margins. 'I hand seal of FLAOLEH COUNTY FLORIDA
WITNESS my an
'
On- Friday the Bulldogs got Anderson 3 0.0 2 6 I Morris 12-51 4 aid Court this 15th day of Jan I IN CHANCERY NO. 4514
uary" A. D. OLLIE B. WEEKS.
Knight 5 0.1 5 10 4
R. Tucker 20-01 al:63.E. ,
Plaintiff
off a little slower than usual, (Official A. SMYTHE ,
Seale -3 4.6 2 10 Clerk of said Circuit Court I VI.
trailing by one point at the end
By Julia K. Harvey PATRICIA G. WEEKS
Cowart 20.124 I
21 12.21 10 54 Deputy: Clerk
of the first quarter, but In the Defendant.
E. Tucker 6 5.7 4 17 Augustine A Boys Fg Ft F 1 T January 17-24-31 & Feb. 74toIN NOTICE TO DEFEND
second period they began to THE STATE OF TO:
Townsend 1 4.6 06 Pellicer 10-01 2 TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVEN PATRICIA O.WEEKS
gain momentum, aided by a AND
TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
residence and
of
Jarosz 0 0.0 1 0 Place
hot spurt by Johnny Seale, and Burgman 20-03 4 FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR Post Office address unknownYou
Rockett 0 0.0 1 0 Batsed 9 1-2 219 IDA. CIIANCBHY NO. 4362. IIIVI1ION are hereby notified that a
went to win 6949. Walter
on "A"
suit has been filed against you in
Baggett 2 1.2 1 5 0, 1.1' 1 1 EDYTHE3 M. BRISTOW.
Townsend was the high scorer: Byron the above entitled cause; and you
Miller 0 0.0 1 0 Plaintiff. are hereby required to answer
Slater 21.225 rlhr.o'0:
with 18 points, followed by Seale with the Clerk t,

with 16 Elbert Tucker with 15 Brown 1 .0-0 2 2 ALTON LEEs13RISTOW.Defendant., and to serve a copy thereof upon
,
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
2 14.23 19 58
?
and Walton Cowart 13. Wayne Grant 23-33 7 NOTICE TO APPEAR AND whose name and address Is:
FlCE MiL B Ft F T MAURICE WAGNER
Squad Fg Fant 1 0-2. 2 ANSWERIN
Uslna led St. Augustine with
'Smith THE NAME OF THE STATBOF 144 BurleIgh Avenue
13 points. 21.20 5 Orem 10-01 2 FLORIDATO Holly Hill Florida! _
I Borcher 2 1.3 4 5 -- : ALTON LEE BRISTOW, not later than March 11, A. D. 1963.If .
Against Florida Military Sat. BOX 66LIBERTY you fall to do BO, decree pro
Smith 21.205 19 6.10 16 44 NORTH CAROLINAYou confesso will be entered against
urday, the Baby Bullodgs tooka I Hart 32-74 8 are hereby notified that a you for the relief demanded In the
13-polnt lead In the first quarter Quarter score' suit has been brought against you bill of complaint. The nature of
Anderson 40-24 8 Bunnell 16 24 35 54 In the Circuit Court of Flagler said suit being for divorce.
and sailed on to a 58.38 vic County bhEDYTIIE WITNESS my hand and seal of
tory. Tucker was high scorer for Zeledee 13-51 5 St. Augustine 8 21 25 44 FILrltaRIS&WQWllt'ntl said Court this 4th day of February -
I Campbell 21-10 5 and you are hereby requried to 1963.
tiJ's
Bunnell with 17 points followedby SATURDAY file personally, or by attorney, ( ; E. A. SMYTHE
Knowles 10-22 2 Bunnell A Boys Fg Ft FT with the Clerk of said Court your Clerk of said Circuit Court
Seale and Jack Knight with
written defenses If any to the By Julia R. Harvey
10 each. I Q. Emery 4 5.7 1 13 Bill In Equity In said cult on or Deputy Clerk.

15 8.22 15 38' H. Kuleskl before the 26th day of February, Feb. f.U.U-28-4tc
: 1 4.8 3 6
The Bulldogs should have no A. D. 1963 and also to serve a copy

trouble next week with St. I Quarter score- I Moody 3 2.3 2 8 of your written defenses upon IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
l Bunnell 17 31 45 58 Messrs. Osslnsky & Krol attorney. FOR FLAULER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Joseph in St. Augustine. Morris 01.311 for Plaintiff, at their office address !SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
; Fla. Military 4 17 26 38 Brown 2-2.2 1 6 at 411 Main Street Daytona Beach,i' IN CHANCERY CASE NO.
FRIDAY Florida on or before the 26th day 4.113.: *

Bunnell B Squad Fg Ft FT R. Tucker '1 0.1 l' 2 of Florida. D. A IaA required E. H. THREADOILL and AMYS.
by the ( and .
VARSITY BOYS UPSET THERADUILL, husband and
Anderson 30-10 6 Polk 0 '0.1 0 0 herein fall not or Decree Pro Con wife,
ST. AUGUSTINE BUT BOW esso and Final Decree will be entered -
H. Plaintiff
Emery 1 0.0 0 2
E. Tucker 7 1.3 4 15 against you by default.
TO FLORIDA MILITARYThe Peterson 0 0.0 1 0 That the name of the Court in -VI-
Knight 00-01 0 .
which said suit has been Instituted EDWARD 1.. GARY and RUTHM.
Seale 8 0.0 2 16 Varsity Boys pulled off a E. Kuleskl 0 0.0 1 0 II the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial .and GARY H. J.husband and wife
SHERIFF d/b/a
Circuit of Florida in and
Townsend 9 0.0 2 18 54.44 upset victory over power Hosford 0 0-0 0 0 for Flagler County, In Equity and FLAGLER BEACH HARDWARE ,

Grace 01-20 ful St. that the title of said cause Is as CLEO DAVIS, et al.,
1 Augustine Friday night, 12 .25 11 3FIa. hereinabove set forth. Defendants.

Cowart 6 1.1 1 13 but took a 57.38 trouncing from You are further notified that the MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE:
.
MiL A Boys Fg Ft F T nature of said suit is a suit for NOTICE OK CLERK SALE!
Baggett 00-20 0 Florida Military on Saturday. Pappas 5 1.4 2 11 divorce and other relief as set forth NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
In Plaintiffs Bill in Equity. that under and In pursuance to
Bunnell got off to a 16-8 lead Davis" n' ;. that certain Summary Decree of
,0 0.0 1 0 WITNESS my hand and seal of
33 3.9 10 69 in the first quarter Friday night, office at Bunnell. this 2)rd foreclosure made and rendered on
Bokor 10 3.3 4 23 day of January Florida.{) the lit day of February A. D. 1963.
Augustine B Squad Fg Ft F T but as half-time drew near so Johnson 2 1.2 3 ::5 E. A. SMYTHE.: as le6ic of the ''In and by the Honorable Howell

Kelley, 31-10 7 did the score. The Bulldogs helda Circuit Court of Flagler Coun- W. Melton Judge of the Circuit
Albers Court in and
3 3.4 4 9 ty Florida. for Flagler County
Uslna 6 1.1 2 13 sparse three-point lead at the Maxwell (Circuit Court 1t.gL Florida in Chancery, being Case
1 0.0 2 2 OSSINSKY & Vo. 4613, and a certain cause pending
Corbett 00.110 half but managed to win it by Campbell 2 1.2 1 5 Solicitors for Plaintiff : In said Court wherein E. H.

D. Sikes 00-01 0 ten points. Bebe Moody led the 4.. Main Street THREADGILL and AMY S.
Krummery 1 0.2 0 2 Daytona Beach Florida THEADGILL. husband and wife
Gaffery 01-22 1 Bulldogs with 17 points, follow.ed -- Jan. 24-31 & Feb. 7-U-4te are the Plaintiffs and EDWARD

Ringhaver 40-11 8 by Harry Kuleskl and Jim 24 9.17 17 57 IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF 1.husband. GARY and and wife RUTH and H.M.J. SHER-GARY,

Vaughn 12-21 4 Brown with 10 each. Guy Batsel (More on page 8) FLAGL.KR (;COUNTY FLORIDA HARDWARE.PJ dbFLAGLER BEACH
IN CHANCERY NO. 4979: CLEO DAVIS et al.,
------- --- PAUL I are the
; SEMONEIT defendants I. E. A.
.nta'U'. .........".. SMYTHB. n.> Clerk nt- 'h.. r-1,11-'
.. .*irtorth Seventh Judicial Cir
JANE of the State of Florida shall
LILA SEMONEIT. otter for sale and sell to the
HEY KIDS! LOOK Defendant. highest and best bidder for cash
NOTICE TO DEFEND at public outcry at the Flagler
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: County Courthouse at Bunnell,
WHATS COMING TO LILA JANE SEMONEIT Florida, on the 15th day of February
\, 2 Little Street A. D. 1983 the following described -
Matawan New property described In said
You are hereby notified that a situated of Foreclosure
BUNNELL suit has been filed against you in Ylyingrand being in Flag-

MvF :, : a the above entitled cause; and you I.r County Florida, and more particularly -
are hereby required ktoorlhr.oo answer described as follows:
with the : Lots b. 6, 7. 8. 9 and 20.
KIDDIELANDAND and to serve a copy thereof upon together with part of the
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, closed alley In rear
whose name anaddress is; lots, all In Block Moody
'' Ray Selden
r Moody's subdivision In the
Selden Building Town of Flagler Beach

later Daytona than March Beach 5 Floridanot A. D. ,1963.If and Florida all, together riparian with any
TEEN AGE FUN CENTER you fall to do so. decree pro thereto appertaining. rights

confesso will be entered against Also all of the furniture
you for the relief demanded in the ana equipment described
t ,, YOUR BUNNELL BUSINESSMEN INVITE bill of complaint. The nature of on the attached schedule of
said suit being for divorce. Furniture' ln Flagler Manor
YOU AND YOURS TO THEIR WITNESS my hand and seal of as follows:
+ said Court this 28th day of Janu- E 39" i.eluse Hot Point Range:
A. D. 196S. 13 Double beds, box and
Ton l i Seal) Inner spring springs

c BUNNELL DAYS FUN E. A. 8&1YTHE bed'mattresses..
Clerk of said Oakl rr
Circuit Court 14 <>r es or :chest: of draw-
By Julia a Harvey ers

FEST '. Jan. 31 & Feb.., 7.H.21-Hc Deputy Clerk. 121 DayeVbedslator mirrors.couches with
foam
IN TIIR CIHCII1T COURT OF rubber mattresses & pillows.
i
i.and mattress.
PLAULKH x
COUNTY FLORIDA 'Coffee
IN CIIANrKIlY NO. 45T1AltBAIU. 12 Wicker chairs.

MONEY SAVING TICKETS YOUR HOST MANN. Plaintiff 6 9 7 Tables folding Bed lamps.with chairs.lamp.


\' WILLIAM MANN, S J Sets ot dishes and illver for '.
WITH EACH PURCHASE Defendant. Sets ot dishes
and silver for *.
Bunnell Chamber NOTice TO DKKKNU S Porch chairs. -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO; i slon.
Get Your Money Saving Tickets WILLIAM MANN 2 AluminumTcot:. ..
of Post Office Address and 1 40' Extension wood ladder.
Commerce Place of Residence Unknown I O. K- "
i drape over
Tou are hereby notified that a Long front1 windows.
.. STARTING TODAY AND suit has been filed against you In 11 24" Hot PoInt rani'el.
the above entitled cause; and you t Dinette tablea.
are hereby required answer 36 Dinette ..haIrs.
MerchantMembers with the ktoorlhr.oo: in Plastic! Covered chaIn
and to serve a copy thereof upon Bedside tands.
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, 4 Floor '*mp1 *.
Shop with Your BUNNELL whole name and address U: 8 I SuIt tease .tands.

RAY SELDEN ItUjill.
Selden Building 2 Plastic

Participating Stores and be ready for later Daytona'than' Beach February FlorIdanot 25. A. D. 1 12 rcAluminum covered ladder eeteea.

6'
Step ladder.
RETURN THIS ADV AND IUS.U you fall to do so. decree pro Bendix I Ironer.
onfeuo will be entered Ultt..d at Bunnell
against Flagler Courty.
WONDERFUL DAYS.
-
5 GET ONE FREE you for the relief demanded In the Florida this 5U day of *>*>ru-
'"Itot complaint. The of ary. A. n. 1963.
\ ,
AND EVENINGS OF FUN KIDDIE RIDE being for divorce..tur. H. A. SMYTHE.
WITNESS my hand and Clerk of the Circuit Court
laid Court this 2I1 day f Jn"ftlclai Flagler County Florida
ary. A.D. 1963. By Julia U. Harvey
( ) 8f',1), EJ'A. SMYTHE Deputy
Clerk
'LOCATION ? --- NATURALLY IN BUNNELL Clerk of- the Circuit Court W U. Wadsworth
of Flagler County. Florida I'O. Box 3)6 ,
.JJr Julia R. Harvey. Bunnell. Florida
Deputy Clerk. Attorney for Plaintiffs
Jan. 24-31 A: Feb. 7U-4tc February 7ItcPAGE



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February 7, 1963. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE '
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UNIeIJ ash they will then board the S.S. The Senior Superlatives for Brick Kuleski. The Most Scho I club members are: Nell Johnstonand
Bahama Star for Nassau. Mrs. this year are as follows: Best lastic superlative has not been Tommy Kahlert.
Schaal Neese Colleen Dupont will drive the All Round, Barbara Weaver and chosen yet. Marsha Durrance
bus. Other chaperones are Mr. Quentin Emery; Most Dependable Carol Hoskins, reporter Library Club Reporter...
(By Caroline Clifton, Editor) and Mrs. Harry Kuleskl and Mr. Carol Hoskins and Brice
and Mrs. Dean Peterson. Hosford; Best Pesonallty, Linda Grade 8B-The 8B Section has : An :Atomic Energy Commission I
Senior Class-On January 30, The VFW Auxiliary is planning +I Harris and Dean Peterson; Best I three students on the Honor j I II' depository laboratory on the
at 7 p. m. the Seniors and their a dance for February 8, ,Dressed, Barbara Smythe and Roll this six weeks. They are: \ University of Florida campus, is
parents held a meeting in the.profits from which will go to the Randy Morris; Most Athletic, I'Arthur Ford. Catherine Stanlsh, I one of two located in the state,
cafeteria to decide which travel seniors for their trip. I I Mechele Steflik and Quentin and Patsy Lingold. We would and contains over 51,000 author!-
bureau to take on their trip to I I Sue Cobb, member of the class, ,,Emery; like to congratulate them for tatlve documents from the AEG
nassau. I received the Betty Crocker Homemaker I Most Talented, Dianne Greene their outstanding achievement.Dale The library serves Florida industry .
The class and the parents decided Award in an assembly I and Jimmy Lopez; Most Likelyto Abbott, reporter. and university personnel
to go with Jollnes Travel program last last week. The Succeed, Sandy Gumble and Library Club-The Library working in the fields of medicine
Bureau in Daytona Beach. The Betty Crocker Test was given to Mike Cook; Wittiest, Janice Love Club would like to welcome two agriculture, engineeringand
seniors will take a school bus the senior girls. It is Interest. lace and Flynn Edmonson; new members who have become physical sciences and the
from Bunnell to Miami where ing to note that Sue is engaged. Friendliest, Mary Brown and i library assistants. These new biological sciences.

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1950, in 19 O. During that 10-year I than in 1950. those who are employed only
Florida WomenIn Commerce reports. :[, period the number of 114 per cent more was 60 part-time and domestics) averaged

\ "The typical woman workerin year women in 'the state's population|The national increase out 'to $1,163 in 1959, by
Work Force Florida is older today than j', increased 72 per cent, slightly II | per cent. 45 to 64 the latest census data, compared -
her counterpart in 1950, she| below the rate of growth of the ij "Floilda women aged work with a national averageof
Shows Slow Rise I makes more money and she is state's total population., Comparable 'I'II i I made up a third of cent those of them $1,357. The Florida earnings
I more likely to be married. J national gains were 35per ing while 25 per registered a 44 per cent gain in
who work for a living cent in 'the 35 to 44 age group.In above the 32
Women 'There were 635,639 women in cent and 14 per respec- were were in 10 years, nicely
In Florida, make up 34 per cent I the state employed, full and I tlvely. 1950, more workers per cent gain nationally."
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Week Day 8:00 a.m.-7oo p.m.
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1950, : the total) were
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period the 60 part-time and domestics) averaged
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Force "The typical woman worker women In the state's population j The national out 'to $1,163 in 1959, by
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counterpart in 1950, she i iI of growth of the! "Florida women aged national
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Women who work for a living in cent respec were in the 35 to 44 age group.In above the 32
cent I I 'There were 635,639: women per cent and 14 per in 10 years, nicely
were
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in. In the the state employed, full \tively. per cent gain nationally
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
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SA ii IN FRONT OF OUR STORESATURDAY STORE HOURS:
' Saturdays Week Day..8:00..............8:00 a.a.m.m.--7:00 9:00 p.p.m.m.
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We at Shelton's are personally
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tomer with Friendliness, World's BestGround

Quality and Low Prices. Beef 5 Ih $1'9


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I OPEN HOUSE TO FIRST AND FOURTH GRADES :
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HONOR FOUNDER
The first and fourth grades of i i
; OF FLAGLER D ACHI I the Flagler Beach Elementary

1 The family of George Moody,i School tpok a field trip to Animal PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT., FEB. 7 -8.9, 1963
Sr., will hold open house Sun I Land last Friday afternoon.I .--- -_.------- -----.---- ...- -------- -------
day afternoon February 10, Martin Green was the guide .
,! from 3 to 5 o'clock at his home, for the first part of,the trip then You Heard Right, Our Meats Are The -
,t Moody Blvd. and Palmetto in the two grades completely filled "' I
'! Venice Park, Flagler Beach. the long train which carried FINEST ANYWHEREAll ',I
them for the remainder of the
The occasion Is in, celebration I Ij' i.I

of Mr.his Moody 84th birthday has been anniversary.one of the 'I guide trip. Joe on the Holzman second, driver half of and the Our Steaks are Cut from U.S.D.A. Grade Choice Western Beef

leaders In the development of :trip, proved to have many interesting
Flagler County for the past 60 things to tell and sightsto Naturally Aged Guaranteed Tender Ask Your Neighbor
years. He homesteaded what Is show the students. To climax
now the down\ of Flagler Beach .the delightful trip, Mrs. Violet -- -
in 1912. The first home built Berry, manager, gave each childa GRADE A WESTERN BEEFCHUCK
there was located on AlA just large balloon.
.j north of the pier. The house Assisting the teachers, Mrs.
burned about eight years ago. Dale Brown and Mrs. Ed Somer
lIe served as a member of the feldt were: Mrs. Bob Whitney, STEAK LB. 59
first city council of Bunnell. and Mrs. Bill Babbitt and son Billy,
also of Flagler Beach, and has Mrs. Jack Robinson*, Mrs. Rich.
ard LUtlefleld and daughter Ten.
been active in politics.
The past nine years he has ley, Mrs. Charles Wendlandt, I Western Corn Fed Palm River
been active in developing Venice I Mrs. Brice Sheeler, Mrs. Donald CENTER CUTPork SLICEDBACON
Kaufman, Mrs. Leonard Johnson ,
Park and Palm Island subdivisions .
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duncan. *
of Flagler BeachAll Chops 69 49'BABY
friends and relatives of Mr.' u., ,lb.
Moody are invited to call at his I'I Guests of Mr.: and Mrs. Phil
I .home during the afternoon. Kester last week were Mr. and COPELAND'S ALL MEAT 1 Lb. CEllo BEEFLIVER
y Mrs Richard Williamson of Rio
I de Janeiro, Brazil. Mrs. Williamsis
Visiting with,Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mr. Kester's sister. They have FRANKS 49' 49<
I Bordner is their son, M-Sgt Eu. taken the Massie I cottage on ,lb.
gene Bordner and his friend, Central Ave. for the winter.
M-Sgt. Juito Tamanl: of Fort
Belvolr; Va. They will be here
until Saturday. During their stay WOMAN'S CLUB CHANSE & SANBORN HENDERSON'S SUPERFINESUGAR
here they are enjoying fishing. LIBRARY IS OPEN
The Flagler Woman's Club Li-
brary is open to the public each
Thursday afternoon from 1 to COFFEE
TV SERVICEALL I' today.4:30: P.M., Mrs. Isla Kester said

MAKES
Many new books have been
Agent For added to the collection and the
public is Invited to use the li- m QQC; 51b
RCA & PHILCO
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f brary. No charge Is made. 39
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD canto 09 bag
AND INSTALLED BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
Rev. Atlee Stevens Is ministerat
TUBES TESTED FREE the 11 A.M. worship service. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more Food Order Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order
Sunday school is at 9:45: each
TV Bob Sunday. Trailing, Union is at
6 P.M. each Sunday eveningand 2V2 Size Can Shorfine 300 Size Can Sweet Treet
FRUIT
worship service is at 7:30: CRUSHED

I PHONE FLAGLER HE BEACH 9-2204 Sunday(Continued evening.on Page 10) Cocktail 3 for $1 00 Pineapple 5 IlIr $1


303 Can Stokley's 12 oz. Sealtest
FLAGLER COUNTY FARM BUREAUFebruary APPLESAUCE COTTAGECHEESE


4, 1963. 2 for 29< 25*

Upon motion entered by Raymon F. Tucker and seconded
by Walton M. Kinney the following resolution was 303 Size Red Dart Italian Style Siz 303 Can Good HopeTomatoes
unanimously adopted by the Board of Directors of Flagler CUT GREEN


Farm WHEREAS Bureau: the Flagler Farm Bureau recognizes that the BEANS 1 1O< ea.. .10*

economy of Flagler County requires the balanced growth ,,. LIMIT 5
and expansion of business, tourism, and industry as well LIMIT 5
LARGE
SIZE
as agriculture, and 14 Oz. ArgoKetchup ,

WHEREAS, the Flagler Farm Bureau recognizes that the *
recently organized Flagler Chamber of Commerce stands for 2 29* FABiMt25
the economic development of business, tourism, agriculture for
and industry as well as for community betterment of the No. 1 Campbell'sTOMATO
entire county, and 75 foot Cut-Rite
WAX
'WHEREAS, the Flagler Farm Bureau represents consider.
able resources in both land and investment, now,. therefore, SOUP
PAPER 21'lIs39FROZEN 10'Limit
,BE IT RESOLVED that the Flagler Farm Bureau does ea.
hereby go on record as: 5

1.' Offering Its cooperation with Flagler Chamber of
Commerce or other civic groups toward the expansion and FOODS GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
development of industry, tourism and business for a better 8 Oz. Four Fisherman'sFishsticks Stayman WinesapApples
: balanced economy of our county, and

.. ,2., Offering to cooperate in establishing .an industrial 3kg$1 4 ': 39*

site, and : g

i Offering to establish a site committee to work with 10 Oz. Morton's Golden RipeBananas
Chamber of Commerce Industrial Committee or prospective
Industry in making land available at reasonable prices, and
Doughnuts 3pkg$1 2ibs25*
4. 'Encouraging the membership of Flagler Farm Bureauto '
offer cooperation and patronage of local established business -
wherever possible. 8 Oz. Singleton' U. S. No. 1 Maine Cello
I BAIT WHITEPotatoes
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this resolution
: be furnished Flagler Chamber of Commerce and each
,t ,member of the Flagler Farm Bureau and that a copy be Shrimp 49* V: 39*
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Mrs. William L. Splcer, Jr., is further Indictments may be.(prosecution thereunder shall
In St Augustine today to attend found on information after the| proceed as if the same were
,the Methodist Ministers Wives entry of the order of the court commenced within two years I
Luncheon. Following the lunch. quashing or setting aside the I after the commission of the of-

eon they will be carried on a Indictment or information and I i fwise."
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composed of the Ministers' Wives,
of the DeLand District. Mrs. Joe

Tolle wifeof the District Superintendent I The Korona Civic Club
CLUB MEMBERS i I TWINS FOR THE is leader of the ,
ENJOY A DINNER I PASCHAL CARRS : group. SPONSORS
MEETING FRIDAY I I Mr. and' Mrs. Paschal Carr of I
The winning team Melrose the arrival of I
on a mem announce
Charles Morrell of the U.S. Polish Sausage Supper
bership contest for the Flagler twins, a son and a daughter, on I Marine Corps spent the past
Business and Professional Wom January 21. The daughter
weekend here wlth'Mr. and Mrs. .
an's Club were entertained at a weighed five pounds and three FEB., 9, 1963 6:30 P. M.9:00 P. M.
Jimmy Knight He Is stationedat
seafood dinner at Barns'Restau ounces and has been given the
Camp LeJuene, .N. c. WHITE EAGLE, KORONA
rant of Dlna Annette. The
on Friday evening. name son
Hosts for the evening were weighed five pounds and was DONATION $1.50 Per Person ..4I
\ members of the losing team. named Derrick Grant.
Limitation ofProsecution I
Fifteen members attended. Mr. Carr is a former residentof ,---- ---- -.- -
Bunnell and Is the son of Rev.

House guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Carr who is a

Tony Kahlert are Mr. and Mrs. former pastor of the First Meth. As a matter of information 1 NOTICENotice

Harry Meyers of Housbourch odist Church of Bunnell. Sheriff Homer Brooks has re- ,

Heights, N. J. Visiting with leased the following quotationof
them Friday was Mildred Cler. TWIN SONS FOR law: is hereby given that a municipal election

ary of Daytona Beach. THE LEO BAKERS ,! "932.05. Limitation of prosecutions will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baker an. 1 .-All offenses not punish. Tuesday, the 5th day of March, A. D.. 1963, for
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Chamberswere nounce the arrival of twin able with death, save as here. the purpose of electing two City Commissioners,
in Ocala Sunday visiting born at the Halifax sons'l in after provided, shall be prose. and all persons desiring to have their names
with Mr. and Mrs. O. C Shelton. January 31. One weighed I cuted within two years after printed upon the official ballots as candidatesare
pounds and was given the name I the same shall have been com required to file written, notice of their
Nancy Hargett was a medical of Glen, the other weighed four I mitted. intention to be 'candidates in the office of the

patient in the Halifax Hospital and one-half pounds and was 'There shall be no limitation City Clerk on or before the 22nd of February,
several days last week. given the name of Jay. for offenses punishable with A. D. 1963.

death. In all offenses not pun. Notice is further given that the registration
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dobson Friends will regret to know ishable with death where an In.
books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now .
had as their guest recently Mrs. that former tax collector Frank dictment has been found or an
for of
open registration voters to and including the
Ethel Little of Tampa.Mr. Mercer Is ill at his home
on information filed within two
22nd day, until 4 ::30 p. m., of February, A. D.
north Cherry St. years after the commission of 1963.
and Mrs. O. C. Shelton of the offense and such indictmentor
Ocala have named their son who Mrs. William Sturman of East information, because of any
Mrs. NANCY RODGERS
was born January 21 Douglas Orange, N. J., visited here three defect, omission or Insufficiency C.

Owen. The Sheltons are former days this week with Mr. and in the contents of the form City Clerk
residents of Bunnell Mrs. Raphael Sturman, She also thereof, is subsequently quashedor
spent several days In Miami set aside after said two year January 31 February 7-14-21-4tc

Mrs. Henry Salyerds is a patient ;. visiting with her son, Bill, Jr., period has elapsed, in that event
In the Glendale HospitalIn who, is a student at the University

Palatka for medical treat. of Miami. "'1 *, , ., tws.-
ment. She is improving and ex f':trl: ..:'\>'-', -.....&;.!!'
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pects to return to her home here Mrs. A. C. Rodgers Is a patientin "" l''
during the weekend.Dr. the Palatka Memorial Hospital \::i';:


and Mrs. Nelson Dunn, of I for medical treatment l I

Fort Worth, Texas, are visiting I Dinner guests of Mrs. Daisy .ffM

here with her brother and sis Walker and Miss Lucille Walker ..

ter in 'aw, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I Monday evening were Mr. and It
Knight They will also visit Mrs. G. L. Walker and Janet of
with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Knightof New Smyrna Beach, Mr and. t Xr

DeLand, Dr. and Mrs. Claude Mrs. David Bayless, Mr. and Mrs. '

Knight of Palatka, and Mrs. Russell Walker of DeLand.Mr. .
Edith Singletary of Jacksonville.: and Mrs. Bayless, returning .
from a wedding trip to the
Bahama Islands, left Tuesday ,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Diamond
morning for New Jersey where I
have as their house guests this :
Mr. Bayless will be employedwith :
week their son In law and
the Bell Laboratories there.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin y
Kramer of Detroit, Michigan.JVUWWVVW 7 f.
A/2C Kenneth Taylor of the
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O. F.Registered. ALFORD < I Mass., Is spending an extended 0 9A
leave here with his Mr.
parents,

I.Real Estate Broker 'and report Mrs.to Ernest Travis Taylor.Airforce He Base will PI!!

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1 foul shooters again this week to teach the Oregon men and Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

I I with a 72 percent average, but I also the Indians People said, --_._--- -- -----

!SPOR7S Walter Townsend, also of the I "She ain't hard to look at, butI BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962.63

Baby Bulldogs, is breathing don't believe no woman's ever

NOTES? down his neck with a 71 percent going to cross the Rocky Mountains. Friday, February 8, St Joseph A & B Boys There 7:00

mark. ." Friday, February 8, Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30:

(Continued from Page 2) Tommy Polk fell three percentage I I Monday Feb. 11, Crescent City A & B Boys Home 7:00:
Ntarclssa leaving the
securityof
Quarter score- points this week, and FEBRUARY 13 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
her family, was so In
Bunnell 6 14 23 38 Jim Brown rose (three to tie for love with Dr. Marcus Whitman crazy Tuesday, Feb. 19, St. Augustine A & B Boys Home 7:00:

Florida Military 6 22 39 5COWARTS the varsity 'lead with 68 percent her missionary husband, that to, Monday, Feb 25, Fla. Military A & B Boys Home 6:30:

averages. They are followed by
her if madness meant sharing
727. FOUL SHOT Quentin Emery with 67 percent. ORMOND PRESCRIPTION II I
his love in a desparate adventure
RCA VICTOR
Fta Ftm Per
ALL
AVERAGE LEADS and teaching Christ's love' PHARMACYSick I
I LIVING COLOR TV
W. Cowart (BB) 18 13
PLAYERS 721
BUNNELL Room
Supplles-Sundrles
I to the Indians she would give
Walton Cowart of the Baby W. Townsend (BB) 35 25 HOSPITAL SUl'PLLES24.Hour "LOOK FOR TUB ."ICTVRGIN ]
up everything else. TilE WINDOW"Southern
Bulldogs leads all Bunnell High J. Seale (BB) 31 16 52,I Prescription Service Radio & Television

E. Tucker (BB) 41 18 44 Although she had many trying Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt 226 E Granada- Ph. OR 72001
umrriT' cornT, IN ANIJ: AlA 1 rat. North of Oil MONO
IN Tiiii) '
B. Anderson (BB) 29 10 34
... COTNTV. FLU II- hardships, Narcissa was the ORMOND
FOil KI.A< F':)t BEACH-Tel. OR 7.11&1
IDA IN KQDITY: f'AHIl NO. 482 T. Polk (Var) 19 13 68 first woman of (Ithe West The '

IIIYtON C.1J iHAULHV nBoun. Joined :J. Brown (Var) 31 21 68 smallest of her dreams didn't

b>' his wife, nOSE L UAUBOUn.Malntlffs.. ,. Q. Emery (Var) 39 26 ,67 show its face until the spring PETERSON TEXACO I I CommunityMemorial

V.. H. Kuleskl (Var( 73 37 51 that followed her death, when SERVICE l

I II JOHN II. SMITH, et al?Defendants. R Morris (Var) 58 29 50 her pear tree came to blossom.But ROAD SERVICE I ChurchiBterdtnenilaatlonal

I TO: OIUIKIl JOHN VI.AND SMITH NOTICH, JOINED B Moody (Var) 51 21 41 she proved a fact: historyis Light Mechanical Work

TJY HIS W1FK.---SMITH NAMK, only begun by men; women Phone 4373441 Bunnell I AIR CONDITIONED
CHRISTIAN
TUUR
I WHOSK rH UNKNOWN! TO PLAINTIFFS BUNNELL RECCREATION DEPT make it possible to see it rra -- - -- -- - Daytona A.e.
IF AL1VK AND IF THIS SAID !
(By Leslie Pacht) through.
DEAD HIS
JOHN H SMITH IS I FREE PAINT FLAGLER BEACH
UNKNOWN HEII18. DKVIHKES, Saturday morning our base :.

I.EOATKK8 I'. BRYAN OK JOINED GRANTE5NHINILY IJY I ball film on "Inside Baseball" If you would like to read for One extra gallon of your choice I Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

HIH WIFE-BRYAN NAME WHORl IS UNKNOWN proved to be very interest yourself ''this heart-warming story with each gallon yea buy Church Service 11:00 A.M.

TKUH CHRISTIAN TO IF THK' NAZI)'HENRY I ing instruction of bunting and please come to our library. I Mary Carter Paint Store R W. DICKER Pastor
ALIVK. AND Library Assistant,
HIS UNKNOWN how to play different positions.
l'. IJUYAN IS DEAL EVERYONE WELCOME
ni-JVlSEES LUQATKKH Brown Ale. WMtcat Kho. Oater I
HEIRS Mary plB*
: All
of
the
OH OUANTKEH. O BOKO ISHAULM. boys enjoyed the "Hall 'I ..

JOINED HY HIS WIFESAIM.K of Fame" film. I II .
TRUE CHRIS .
I TIAN- NAME WHOSE,H UNKNOWN TO Saturday we are going to starta )TITLE: Heartbreak Street

1'L.AWTIFFH, IF ALIVE .AND IF ISDEAD. Little Handball League which AUTHOR: Dorothy G. Butters FOR ,

} THE HIS UNKNOWN OEOUQE HEIRS, DBVIMEKH will start at 9 o'clock. We need
LEGATEES OK OIIAN- Kitty Boscz was about to graduate PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
,
t TEES! W. SMITH JOINED 16 players to make up the game. from her senior year in
f BY HIS WIFKSMITH, WHOSE At 10 o'clock we are going to CANCER
I THUB IS UNKNOWN high school. Her father had died
SPLAINTIFFS, IF A- run two films. The first will be when she small
: \ was a child and AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
: 1 SMITH LIVE{AND IS BAD IF ,1ISiUNKNOWN "Umpire In Baseball." Lots of she had worked and helped sup

WEIRS: I>EVISEES1 LEGATEES OH boys will have a chance to learn T. COOK AGENCY
?I GRAN : It. FOSTER. JAS. port her two brothers and her .

HAYNES UNDER FIUM LAWRENCE NAME I some baseball rules. The second mother. She had a hard struggle Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida

i OF OEO., n. FOSTER & CO. QKO.H. I film will be "Training Young through life ,so they had to

WIFE. FOSTER, JOINED FOSTER,BLr WHOSE HIS Players at Major League Spring live on Pearl Street, a street that

J TRUE CHRISTIAN PLAINTIFFS NAME 18!' UN-IF Training Camps. costs very little in order to renta I
TO :
i KNOWN
ALIVE AND IF THE HAil> GEO ,, Boys should not miss this as house.
I K. FOSTER IS DEAD, HIS UNKNOWN they will be able to learn
HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES some The houses were broken down CRAIG FUNERAL HOME '

, MARION OK OHANTEE1 S JAS.WIFBT.j A. [good baseball habits. shacks with no paint. Kitty hada

MARION NAME, WHOSE IS UNKNOWNTO TRUE very strong conflict toward A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

r-HlSTIAN PLAINTIFFS, IF AUVK, AND Pearl Street, but later she found Associate
THE BOOK JOHN HARDIN.
NOOK
IF1 THE SAID JAS. A. MARION! out she could help It instead
IS DEAD HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, LEGATEES OR ORAN- TITLE To Heaven on Horseback of just hating it and nQ doing AIR LADY OXYGEN

TEEN JOINED, IiY LAWRENCE HIS WIFE HAYNES Author Paul Cranston anything to improve It. The CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

HAYNES NAME WHOSE IS UNKNOWN TRUE CHRISTIAN TO- i This exciting story about the Boscz family improved their ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

HLAINT1FFH, IF ALIVE AND IF first woman to reach Oregon por i I house, and later the rest of the

1 THE IS DEAD SAID, JUS.LAWRENCE UNKNOWN HAYNES HEIRS. trays the beautiful pioneer life. i families improved theirs also. Phone ID 7.3532

DEVISEES: LEGATEES OR URA.NTEEii Narcissa and Dr. Marcus Whitman i l Library Assistant
JAMES F. HULL. J mED I ,. 201 E. MOODY BLVD.BttNNELL., FLORIDA
BY HIS WIFE In 1836, were missionaries Marsha Durrance. .
WHOSE TRUE CHRISTIAN NAME
I.si truKNOWN TO PLAINTIFFS
IF ALIVE J. AND- IF THE SAID I
t JAMES HULL IS DEAD. HIS
UNKNOWN HEIRS, IH VISEI<:H,
LEGATEES OR GRANTEES, AND Here come bigger potato profits! k.. .
ALL I'ARTIES (SAVE ANT) EXI'EIT -
I THE I'LAINTIFFS HERE
IN) HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR
INTEREST IN ANI TO TUB BELLOWING ,'
DESCRIBED PROPERTY Viiiii;:;.;, etWli gJL
LOCATED IN FLAGLER COUNTY } 4
1LOUIDA., TO-WIT.:
The Went 10 acres of the East :
Half of the Southweat Quarter :4 %
tit the Northwest Quarter; the
West 10 acres of the East Half
of the Northwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter; the
{ East Half of the West Halfof
the Northwest Quarter of
the Quarter; and
{ East tn-r8; the West Half .
of the Southwest Quarter of :
k' the Northwest Quarter, all InHectlon
It). Township M South,
Range SI East!
You and each of you are hereby
cited and notified and required to
(tie sour respective answers to the
< omplalnt herein In the ofllce of ds q Nth
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
'md for FlaKler County, Floridatt
< the Court House In Bunnell.
f'lorlda, on or before March 8,
A D. 1963. and to serve a copy ,k.woa
'tt answer or answers upon
<'urtls urn Attorney for the
rl&lntlffs In the above styled
i cruse, at hU oltlce at Z23 Orange ;, 14 r
Avenue Daytona Beach Florida, When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzata" clings to leaves, resist washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight
on or before said date, as required
by the Florida Rules of Civil Pro
oedure, said suit being a -suit to
C.uulet Harbour title In and the his plaintiffs wire ,Rose Harley UBarbour. Spray Du Pont Manzate0 to control blights

wherein plaintiffs\ pray I
for a decree of this Court quieting maneb fungicide ,
their title In and to the above
( described lands, and decreeing the assure top yields of No. 1'sEach
fee simple title In and to said landsto .
be in the plaintiffs, decreeing
the title of plaintiffs to be a good
itnd Indefeasible title In fee simple One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"
decreeing all title claim or interest maneb fungicide controls both and late
claimed by you or any of you. early blights.

or or to any claim party or parties claiming any of Better yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as

you In and to dealloaJ.. to be much as 40 bushels per acre. gives you more fl's, and naturally
perpetually
and void
null
wholly restraining you and each of you increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas.

and from your asserting servants any and claim attorney.there Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be

with against the or possession Interfering. of In plaintiffs any way, used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth.

their heirs assigns, grantees, Saves time and money="Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
and from asserting V
agents or attorneys
title to lands or any V mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides

part thereof requiring you and. and fertilizers so save with efficient combination
each of you to set forth the nature you money sprays.
of your claim and that the Saves trouble "Manzate" has been
thoroughly
proved the
Interest, If any, held\ by you and over
each of you, may be divested out years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control,easy
of you and each of you, and In-
handling.On .
veiled In the plaintiffs apd that
and ail claims which you ort
*ny
any of you may have or make In aft chemicalt,follow labeling inilnieliont and warnings core/uBy.
and Haiti lands may be cancelled.
WITNESS! my hand as Clerk of V
the Circuit Court of Flagler County a
Florida and the seal of !said I Court at Hunnell, Florida on this :
I). 1/ 3.Circuit \
28th day of January h.A. "* "- acre you spray with "Mansata" can
( Court yield bushels more of II' like th** Field ...........u.., .' maneb } .
E. A. MMYTHEClerk .f fungicide "
of the Circuit Court in I application of"ManzaU"protect your crop If TUI THINGS FO KTTEI LIVING '

and for Flagler County Florida from late blight tutor rot, tow ...THIOIGH OIEMSTIV ))j "
fan. 31 & Feb. 7.14.Jl-Uc .
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I Thursday,"February 7, 1968 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. " PAGR NINE


x WE WILL BE OPEN

Jr I 9'IOODLVB SUNDAYUNTIL

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FURTHER NOTICE Hours 8:00 a.m.'tH 1:00 p.m.Fresh
'

'I L' U. S. CHOICE PIG FEET 8 lbs$100

WESTERN BEEF SALE Chunk .,' '
:
BOLOGNA ; 3 lbssi

Chuck Roast Ib 49' BEEF Fresh LIVER ,". ,;: 3 Ib,$100

Smoked by the piece; t,I,
ROLLED BONELESS BACON' :'., 3 I lbs s.IOOROAST

lb. 69' Homemade Pure : ; $ 00
PORK SAUSAGE J 3 lbs i
i
FRESH Fresh f '
PORK LIVER t 3 ibs$100
GROUND BEEF Slbsl00Rib .

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or Chuck Steak Ib 69'FRESH GIANT SIZE SAVE 20c



PORK FRESH HAMS Ib. 49 ,!. SALVO 59


BOSTON BUTTS 49 ; '

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FRESH ";1;, 'j

PORK KNUCKLES 2 Ihs 25 Swift's 12 oz. Can "' 1:;:< "

PREM" 39
"
MAXWELL HOUSE 10 oz. JAR INSTANT r.';;;": R
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COFFEE 99 ;; L r : "
Swift's OZ 11 oz. T
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Limit one with$5.00 or more food order PEANUT. , $ 00
3 $1 1
WILSON'S CLEARBROOK 1 It Quarters BUTTER for
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BUTTER'69 S "
V
BLUE PLATE Qt. SIZE' Save 30c 1
Iruits 1 dab

MAYONNAISE 39 .

10C DIME SPECIALS I 10C
Limit one with$5.00 or more food order
Golden Ripe .
:.\. !I t 5: BANANAS FRESH ; i S IbBunch' 10C

,"ZIIlIHIII/IW1I1t11 GREEN ONIONS :,1.: 10C10C

Birdseye 1 Ib pkg. WHOLE FROZEN ( GA-RED .
SWEET POTATOES Ib
: Strawberries " 39 1 tb CELLO BAGCARROTS .

GOLD KING 1 tb pkg. .' r " 1.,. EachEach 10

Fish Sticks' S 5 49* ,, LARGE CELERY STALK S ., 10,



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5 GIFT BONDSTAMPS

U.S.No.1
COUPON VOID AFTER With$5.00 or more Food : Phone 437-3227 BUNNELLPRICES
Feb. 9, 1963 Order and This Coupon- 'QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED GOOD FEB. 7-8-9, 1963T
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said the students enjoyec" the Mrs. T. N. Massie. ;I old Hoover is in charge of the sixth grade at the Flagler Beach
M 5fa ler Ileac/ play which was under directionof I Prizes were won by Mrs. K. N. program entitled "Christianityversus 1 I Elementary School last Friday
Mrs. Emma G. Kulp, teacherof Givens, Mrs. Levi Brannam, Mrs. Communism." and showed 40 slides on early
the third grade. The cast of Paul Kelly, Mrs. Isham Johnston, I American art. According to Mr.
., (Continued from page 6)) .characters were: Sheriff Wayne Mrs. Charles Sindelar, Mrs. D. D. Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stan. Fennell, Jr., principal, this was

BEACH SCHOOL STUDENTS Hutcheson; Postmaster, Robert Moody, Mrs. Cora Hoppe, and ton visited Mrs. Leonard Moody's I the Stanton's second visit with
4 PRESENT PLAY LAST WEEK ,Blume;: Vermin, Steven Jeka; Mrs. Charles Charon. I fifth grade and W. E. Fennell's the two grades.
I The third grade of the Flagler Owl Eyed Otis Gus Burns; Cowboy I

I I., Beach Elementary School enter E, David Miller; Harry I COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I,. PAL PARKER'S INC.
tained ilhe school with a humorous I Hitch, Charles Terrell; CowboyG CHURCH NEWS LIGHT BULLDOZING Automotive Specialty Center
play last Thursday afternoon I Joseph Jeka; Lady H. Patty I i The Ladles Guild will serve Fill Dirt Building Sand, Shell DRAKE!!! RELINED $15.95
entitled "Vermin the Var Meekins; Lady M, Sue Seale; I a buffet supper Thursday, Feb. PAIITH AND LABOR ]
; mint" I Lady N, Pam Sheeler; ruary 7, at 6 P. M. in FellowshipHall. ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSONHE .KOni>-CIIKVHOtETPlVMOIfTIIOTIIKHS SILOS

W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal, I Lady 0, Susan Rousse; Lil The usual short devotion. 9-Z351-Flagler Beach 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
Lovelace, Eula Lee Moody; LadyP al will follow and a business I
Ginger Miller; Lady 0, Stella meeting will conclude the eve
CLASSIFIED Weaver; Lady R, Judy Owen; ning.
Lady S, Penny Parrish; Lady T, : Sunday school is at 9:45.each ''
j Patti Mlsslnne; .Cowboy J, Char I Sunday. Rev. R. W. Dickert will' 24 Hour i I' \
Wrecker Service
fADS lotte Dodimead; and Announcer, speak on "Believers Benefit" at : <
J Patty Meekins. the 11 o'clock worship service. I
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i .tl. aa*.r tfcU METHODIST CHURCH I
S tests per word oaek tnaertlaa, Truck & Tractor Co
n cent* !. ml>l... chare MRS. MASSIE HONORED Tickets for the Smorgasbord Flagler ,

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at WITH SURPRISE LUNCHEONMrs. sponsored by the Women's So. : MASSEYFERGUSONGrove

reasonable prices. Call George Phillip Kester entertained f ciety of Christian Service maybe Industrial
Farm Equipment
Jarosz, ID 73410. I with a luncheon Thursday at I f I bought from any member or -
: 1.24-7.25 p. the Ocean Spray honoring her by calling 92175. Serving timeis VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242
I. sister, Mrs. Harold Massie. The j.I this Friday, February 8th,: Owner Bunnelli Florida
FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom affair was a surprise to Mrs. ::5 to 7 P. M. in the Methodist I

house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. Massie and was given in celebration Church building. The next meet. ... -r-
Back lot fenced in, $65 a month. of her birthday anni ing of the WSCS will be Thurs.
I Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 day, February 14th at 9:30 A. M.
day and ID 7.2267 evenings. versary.Pastel colors In the floral arrangements in the church. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Jan. 17-5tp. were used. These Church school is 9:45: each "

FOR SALE-Two bedroom CBS I were used at vantage points in Sunday morning with worship AMBULANCE .
service at 11. Special music by PHONE VAlley 4.1625
house in Hillcrest Large lot and the dining area and small ar-1 i
SERVICE
\i large garage $7,500.00. Howard rangements were placed on each' the choir. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
I* Members of (the church and
table where the guests were
F. Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler
,Y'j Beach Phone HE 92395. seated. Each guest was given a''friends are' reminded that the Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

; Jan. 17-4t miniature arrangement of spring church school is saving canceled are always at your service with promptness, safety and
stamps as a missionary projectand
flowers in pastel colors. These
experience.
ASSUME PAYMENTS-On ..'62 were made by the hostess Mrs. are urged to bring their
I ''model zigzag'sewIng machine. I Harold Burnham assisted in the !stamps to church. The stamps Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Sews forward and reverse, makes other floral arrangements. 'will 'aid needy people around

.. button holes, embroiders, mono Mrs. Kester was assisted in the world. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
grams, darns, patches, and etc. for ** .,
,. caring guests by Mrs. Al The 'Men's. Club will meet In
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
Six payments of $7:00 remaining. Jones, Mrs C. bnultz, Mrs. Myrtle the church building next Mon. ,
Write Box 225, Daytona Beach Streeter, Mrs. I or call CL 38106. 1.17.4tc i ..."......-.."....-.-......",....-....",... ..",............J"...."......... ..................v...
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tomers. Call Harris Appliance & :1/ll1t/1/111111111111/11.,1..1/1/q/HI/I/1/1/11//11/1/1/11/.U1g1111111/;111111111qu1uH..ua.u.a.au.u..a.u1nU111N11r ;
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TV, Radios, HI-FI Sewing -
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Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and
all small appliances. All work .

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware
an W. Granada next Eleven BEL AIR Door 6-Passenger w r
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Ocean front housekeeping apart ;ii Pick year wagon, '

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com '
pete with linens and all utilities. : i pick year horses, _

Sun deck, fishing, swimming : & GO Chevrolet :
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loafing. Day, week or month. ,
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