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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 14, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 6 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR 'I
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Flagler Beach's First Settler I Schedule For Postoffice Now ;


I Band ActivitiesIs In New BuildingOn

84th AnnouncedBandmaster
Observes Birthday Moody Blvd.The

Walter Morris .

By FRANCES W. EDMONSON gave the Band Schedule for the
Bunnell Post Office movedto
FLAGLER BEACH Flagler next several weeks, which In.
their new building on East
celebratedhis cludes attending the District
settler
first
Beach's
Boulevard and
Sunday, Feb Eight Contest at Starke March Moody openedfor
84th birthday
held 23. lIe said 'the band will also business there on Friday I
house was
ruary 10. Open _ scheduled
morning. The move was
their winter
concert
In Venice Park be. present on
at his home
I 25 but had to
for
January
Friends March 7 at 8 p. m. in the Bun
tween 3 and 5 p. m. aL
be postponed because of delayin
hell Gym. I'
and relatives were Invited to at. '
the completion of the build.
:tend. April 4 the 68 members of the I '

The'' settler Is George Moody, band with their chaperones will I ing.The office was moved from '

Realtor and builder who foresawa leave for the Cherry Blossoms I the Citizens Bank Building on

future for the area and built Festival in Washington, D. C. Bay street where it had been

a home here 48 years ago. In addition to the Cherry Blos for over 35 years.

Moody, his first wife, the late som activities .they will make I Postmaster Ray Mercer said a

Mettle Miles, and their three special educational tours in the I I.dedication program is being

daughters, Eula, Luna and Edna L city, returning to Bunnell April i planned and the date will be
moved to Flagler Beach June i ..}', announced later.

30, 1914. They originally came :4 7th.They will parade in the An. The new building was con
,from Baxley Ga. In 1904. They : 9 nual Easter Parade and give a structed under the' lease-con.

homesteaded 160 acres of the : concert in St. Augustine April 14. structlon program of the U. S.

Flagler Beach scrub land' +and > They will also play for the Post Office Department. The .
In the beginning* turpentined fora : New Bunnell Post Office Dedica of
\ r builder Alfred G. Kemmerer
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living. In 1910 Moody joined d. .
i tion.
,. This date will be an. Daytona Beach, has 18 10 year
the Bunnell Development Co. <1J.f nounced later. I lease with two 5-year renewal

To get ito the home he built on Plans were made to hold a options.
'the oceanfront had to 1 t business
one cross A meeting of the Band
t'
,what is now the Intracoastal Parents on February 28 at 7 I
{ Beach Commission
Waterway In? a rowboat and P. U. instead of the scheduled

walk the balance of. the way to meeting of March 7.
Cost of
the oceanfront. Later Moody They announced the Ancient Reports

built a 10 by 20 foot ferry to City Laundry has offered to
: Its New Pier HouseThe
cross the canal. clean all band uniforms free of I

Moody is the father of six charge before the Washington' Town Commissioners of

children: Mrs. M. B. Fuller, Bun trip. I I Flagler Beach recently releasedan \

nell; the late Mrs. Arthur Babbitt Committee members reportedthe itemized statement of disbursements

Flagler Beach; the late Mrs. Candy Sale was progress. of the $38,000 borrowed .

,Edna Sammons, Daytona Beach;;: ing very nicely. They also announced ito construct the new pier \

,George,Miles and Leonard, Flag. : that each member ot\building. '

ler Beach and I,If MooOy, J..ak'eCity. ,jth. Uandifu*,been atkedjto. earn Tpo$1. ost"tf the"-buildin ,: "

.. I ten dollars by March 20 for.the. ''ana -frame amounted to $2 .
band trip. VI 137.34. This amount Includedthe
He is a brother of the late Ike 1
and Robert Moody, who also, I They voted to sponsor< a Donkey piling, architect( Insurance,
were instrumental in helping to :Photo! By GEORGE MOODY': I Basketball game in the gymon state permit, building material, I

establish Flagler County. Kein . 48 Year Resident I ,February 23 at 8 o'colck. carpenters, electrical material
Moody was Flagler Beach's --- | Anyone having stamp books end"' electrician, plumber labor '

firs Mayor and served many I I they would like do( donate to the 'and-mterlais water meter, roof,

terms J as a Town Commissioner.He Civil Defense Today Received I fund are asked to turn themin II III sign on A-frame, tile, Including

was also one of the first City( soon. They plan to redeem 'labor, heaters and installation.The ..
Council members in Bunnell .L.these books for cash. restaurant equipment

back in 1912. During 1929.30 he Radiation Testing, EquipmentRaymond I i iOxen amounted to $3,787.30; deckingfor
represented Flagler County in on the Island of Lombok, pier under frame and la I

Indonesia provide their masters bor was $711.71 miscellaneous
the Legislature.He I Smith Flagler Coun - ---- --- ;

is a'Methodist, a charter I ty director of Civil Defense, has Food, water, and other sup. with music while they work. freight, etc., $37,09. This total ;
member of the Masonic LodgeNo. received several pieces of equip. plies for the shelters have al. The cattle wear giant wooden of $4,538.10 brought the construe- ,

200 F&AM, a charter mem ment for testing radiation. These ready been received and stored. bells-many of them a yard a. Jon 'and equipment cost to

ber of the Order of the Eastern will be issued to the proper per. cross-while they harrow rice I $30,673.44. J

Star Chapter No. 93, chairmanof sons for use in case of an atomic fields. i: (Continued on Page 10)
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,the East Flagler Mosquito attack. ; Miss Bunnell High I

Control Board (he has been a 'a
The equipment was unpacked'
member since it was organizedsome at Smith's office Tuesday, and Contest Being

10 years ago) and is ad.visory was assembled by Byron Hln-

chairman of the Flagler I son. and Florida Highway Patrol Planned by TiHiYThe 4f II

Beach State Park Committee. Lt. T. H. Aaron. Trooper
local Tri-Hi-Y Club is
also is member of the I
Moody a I Aaron will teach use of these In. .
Flagler County Zoning oBard. struments. i again making plans for the annual

lIe lives with his wife, Julia, I' "Miss Bunnell High Con.
Smith said "It Is hoped to 'test"
which will be held on Sat.
In a home he built in Venice
of two well instruct about 53 persons in the urday, March 9, at 8 o'clock in
Park one populated '
subdivisions which he built. The II proper use of these instruments.To the Bunnell High School gym.
teach them, a school of In. I
other Is Palm Island. Miss Bunnell High is chosen
and I structlon will be conducted, be. I on the basis of high moral
Early late hours always!
find him actively engaged In: ginning February 26 in the 'standards, Christian character,

business or social functions. civic center building here. poise, personality and I leadership .
I "There will be !two classes a ability.
Behind his affectionate smile
day (one in 'the afternoon and Any'girl in grades 9.12 who I
he is reluctant to tell of his I
many contributions toward help- I' one in the evening) the class : passed every subject last semester .
instruction to be four hours each I is eligible and may be
Ing Flagler County to grow and .
expand. He contributed some I session. It Is anticipated the sponsored by school civic or

48 lots for the Bunnell High 1 schooling three weeks.will" be completed in otherwise.The business .organizations, local or !

School site and some 18 lots
The fallout shelters in Blmlnl entrance fee is $6. This
where the Flagler Beach Elementary I I't
and St. Johns Park areas are i will include the fee for the ban.
School now stands. He!
also contributed land and financial I "wholly privately financed," quet, her banner for the contest
Smith said, "and Haw Creek and and the remaining funds
aid for Flagler Beach
Espanola shelters are Joint ven will go toward the trophies and ,
churches back in 1928.
tures of individuals and public other prizes.. The deadline for,
bodies." submitting an entry to Gail
MASONIC
BUNNELL
LODGE TO CONFER "It is believed that Flagler I Wadsworth (IDlewood 7.3344) Is I ,

DEGREES TUESDAYThe I is the first county In the nationto March 1. Flagler Post 115 American Legion Citizenship :i

Bunnell Lodge No. 200 provide complete protectionfor The club Is also sponsoring' award winners Brenda Murray and George Jarosz, Jr.

will have a meeting on Tuesday the entire pouplation Smith the Coronation Ball, a semi. as they appeared on WFOY Radio Station In St.
I added. These shelters have been formal dance which will follow I .
evening to confer the E.A. Augustine. They recently appeared on The American
Inspected by high CD officials the contest.
Degree, Master of the lodge said 1 Legion Americanism program sponsored by the
Smith said and they approvedeach Barbara Smythe, i St. Post
today. The meeting will beginat I Augustine each week.
7:30.: II of them. I T-lii.Y President. I (Photo by Phillip Whitley)



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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb14, 1963

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Colee 23-64 7 playing areas with over 2,000. I IN TUB CIRCUIT: coynKLAOL.HR OF
C.{7NTY: "'UlIIUAI
Soland 00-23 0 Michigan held the record for attendance IN CHANCBHT NO. 4W4

Taylor 12-35 4 with 4.753500. Ohio OWE B. WBUKS, Plaintiff v

Toner 02-54 2 was first 1 in total fwnee+ played v.

with 38,419. A since game attendance PATRICIA O. WEEKS Dste dent.

..' 17 9.21 19 43 record was made when NOTICE TO uBrium

-- Quarter score- 35,415 saw an area tournamentfinal THE 8TATB OF FLORIDA. TO:
.,J ;- PATRICIA G. WEEKS
I N.'a'[iE'51 I Bunnell 16 32 49 63 at :Wrigley Field, Los An. Place of residence and
"I ; Post: OiMce
address
unknown
:
.' ... .. .- ' St Joseph 8 22 34 43 gles. I II You are hereby notified that a
MONDAY NIGHT I A 42-innlng game, played at 1 suit has been died against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
( Buzzy McKnlght Baggett 0 0-0 0 0 Bunnell A Boys Fg Ft FT Kenosha, WIs., on August 14, are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'ot

BABY BULLDOGS BOUNCE Miller 1 2.2 2 4 Q. Emery 3 4.5 0 10 1942, Is the longest on record. and swer to with serve the a copy thereof uponthe :

PAST ST. JOE AND CRESCENT H. Kuleskl 5 0.1 1 10 The Italian-American Club, with plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address Is:
CITY FOR 15th STRAIGHT WIN 24 16.27 12 64 1 Moody 20-34 4 Its star pitcher, I. A. (Corky) MAURICE WAGNER

The Baboy Bulldogs with their C. City B. Squad Fg Ft F T Morris 12-44 4 Corraeini, going. the distance, Holly 144 tturlelgh Hill Florida Avenue

usual superior play sailed pMl Harp 1 0.0 0 2 Brown 4 2.2 0 -10 won 10.Denver. uot )later than March 11, A. D. 1963.

St. Joe on Friday night 67.47 Ross 22.436 R. Tucker 41-30 9 iI i and Jersey City playeda confesso If you fall will to be do entered so, decree against pro.

and Crescent City on Monday Warner 1 1.2 0 3 I 23-innlng game in 1952 at you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The
nature
of
64.36 to ring up their 14th and Harris 5 0.3 1 10 19 9.18 9 47 Bridgeport Conn., to set 'a world said suit being: for divorce.

15th consecutive victories of the Ashley 1 0-0 0 2 C. City A Boys Fg FT F T tournament mark. Harvey Ster- WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 4th
season. Ritter 1 5.6 0 7 Newbold 5 0-0 1 10 kel, Denver pitcher, struck out A. D. 1963. day of February -

Friday's game was won with. Tudor 0 1.1 5 1 Smith 25-53 9 35 men but Jersey City won 43. I (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
out much sweat by a 20 point Courtney 0 1.1 3 1 King 01-11 1 During the 1949 tourney Herb Dy Julia R. Harvey

margin as Jack Knight, hitting Palmer 2 0.0 2 4 Knott 24-73 8 Dudley of the Clearwater, Fla., I Deputy Clerk.

consistently from the outside, Terrel1 0 0.0 1 0 West 11 0.1 4 22 Bombers gained a 21-innlng, 1.0 Feb. f.U-U-U-He

sank 19 points for the Bulldogs. Newton 00.010 Dennis 00-02 0 victory over the Phillips 66 nineof IN TUB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH IN AND-

Butch Anderson with 13 and Causey 00-00 0 Okmulgee, Okla., and set a FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR

Walton Cowart with 12 were other 13 10.17 16 36 I record by striking out 55. IDA. CHANCERY"A" NO. 4 82. DIVISION -

double figure scorers. I Quarter scoreBunnell 20 10.14 14 50 'EDYTHE M BRISTOW Plaintiff.

Crescent City seemed to be 16 36 50 64 Quarter score- Subscribe: to The Flagler Tribune v.

one of the Baby Bulldogs' toughest Crescent City 11 20 27 36 Bunnell 14 20 32 47 $2.50 A Year In Advancer ALTON LEE BRISTOW Defendant,

I' Crescent City 16 24 38 50
rivals Into
going Mondaynight's NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
Varsity Boys Trounce St Joe ANSWKIl
game, but our boys began IN OF THE STATE
to turn on the pressure and But Drop One to Crescent City Brown Takes Over Foul Shot CommunityMemorial OF NAME

held the Rebels to 36 points as The varsity boys took St. Joe With 71 Percent AverageJim i TO: ALTON LEE BRISTOW,

they rolled up 64, paced by El. by 20 points Friday night but Brown of the varsity sank Church i I You LIBERTY are hereby NORTH notified CAROLINA that a

bent Tucker with 19 points, Cow. were defeated by Crescent City all four of his foul shots Friday Inter-denomtaatloBal 'suit has been brought against you

art with 12, and Anderson 16. three points in a hair-raiser on and Monday nights to boost his AIR CONDITIONED ':In County the Circuit Florida Court In Equity of Flakier, by

The Baby Bulldogs have 'two I Monday night. The Bulldogs average to 71 percent He Is followed Daytona AT*. i EDYTHE and you are M. BRISTOW hereby requrled, Plaintiff to

games left this season to make now have a record of 11 wins by varsity teammates I file personally, or by attorney.
and 7 losses. FLAGLER BEACH with the Clerk of said Court your
Q. perfect record for the season. Tommy Polk and Quentin Emery written defenses, If any to then
Randy Morris was the life of with 68 percent each. Sunday School 10:00: A.Me Bill In tlthlndalf.ujbarc;
FRIDAY NIGHT the team I Church Service 11:00 A.M. before the ,
on Friday as he scored :
Two Baby Bulldogs, Walton A. D. 1963 and also to serve a copy

Bunnell B. Squad Fg Ft FT ,17 points to hoist Bunnell to a Cowart and Walter Townsend, It. W. DICKERT, Pastor of Messrs.your Osslnslcy written& Krol defenses attorneysfor upon

Anderson 6 1.2 2 13 63.43 victory over So. Joseph have been staging a close battle EVERYONE WKLCOMB Plaintiff at their office addressat
Seale 411 Main Street. Daytona Beach,
00.530 Michael Casto
with
13
points for the past few weeks and are AfT 1--- Florida, on or before the 26th day

E. Tucker 41-22 9 and Larry McGowen with 12, now tied for the team lead with NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLYFOR of February, A.D. 1963 as required
by the Florida Equity Rules andherein
Cowart 5 2.4 2 12 were St. Joe's top scorers. 70 percent each. SPECIAL LEGISLATIONTO fall not or Decree Pro Con
Knight 8 3-64 1.9 On Monday the Bulldogs WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: fesso and Final Decree will be entered
were
Fta Ftm Notice Is hereby given of Intention against you by default.
Townsend 30-11 6 all out and gave Crescent Citya J. Brown (var) 35 25 71 to apply to the 1963 Session of the That the name of the Court In
Rockett 10-01 2 fierce battle but Florida Legislature for passage of which said suit has been InstitutedIs
the Rebels, T. Polk (var) 19 13 68 a special act, the subject of whichIs the Circuit Court Seventh Ju-
Miller 10-11 2 paced by firey Ronnie West with contained In the proposed title dicial Circuit of Florida In and
Q. Emery (var) 46 31 68 of said act set out below: for Flagler County, In Equity and
Baggett 20-01 4 22 points held the lead in ACT CHAPTER
every R. Morris (var) 68 34 50 AN AMENDING .- that the title of said cause Is as
OF FLORIPA.
25829 LAWS
Jarosz 00.030 hereinabove eat forth.
to
period pull off
50.47 vic-
a H. Kuleskl (var) 78 39 50 ACTS OF 1949. BEING You are further notified that the
tory. The Bulldogs were led by TH$ CHARTER OF THE nature of said suit Is a suit for
B. Moody (var) 54 21 39 BEACH
FLAOLER
TOWN OF divorce and other relief as set forthIn
30 7.21 20 67 Quentin :
Emery, Harry Kuleskl, KfXJRIDA. AMENDING SECTION
W. Cowart (BB) 27 19 70 ; Plaintiffs Bill In Equity.
St. Joe B. Squad Fg ?Ft F T and Jim Brown, all with 10 20 OF SAIl CHARTF.R WITNESS my hand and seal of
W. Townsend( VBB( ) 37 26 70 TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONS ofllce at Bunnell, Florida this 23rd
King 00.240 points each. T R U CTION. ACQUISITION.IMPROVEMENT.
day of January, A. D. 1963.
J. Seale (BB) 36 16 44 EXTENSION
,
Vaccaro 10-00 2 E. A. SMYTHE, as Clerk of the
FRIDAY NIGHT E. Tucker (BB) 52 22 42 AND OPERATION OF WATER Circuit Court of Flagler Coun.
Edgell 4 3-4 2 11 SYSTEMS SEWER SYSTEMS, ty. Florida..
Masters 3 3.10 2 9 Bunnell A Boys Fg Ft FT B. Anderson (BB) 38 16 42 GAS SYSTEMS SYSTEMS PUBLIC ELECTRIC PARKING (Circuit Court Seal)

u___. .A n .A ... O._ Emerv_ 4_ 1.._'_J 1_ .Q, SYSTEMS AND THE ISSUANCE OSSINSKY for& KROLSolicitors
'&<.0>'IL7 y u."" 0, n" . Plaintiff
BUNNELL RECREATION DEPT. VI' n.'I/'I'OU u nUI'OU av 4.. Main Street
PrItchard 2 4.7 2 8 I 111. Kuleskl 2 2.4 4 6 FINANCE THE COST OF SUCH Daytona Beach, Florida

Howes 3 1.1 5 71 Moody 3 0-0 5 6 (By Leslie Pache) SYSTEMS ENUE-PRODUCINO AND OTHER UNDERTAKINGS REV- Jan. 24.31 & Feb. 7-14-4tcIV
!Morris Well, we are getting ready to -
7 3.6 3 17 : : PROVIDING FOR THE CIIICUIT COURT OFF
Brown 32.20 8 open our spring training season THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL 18 11.26 19 45 OBLIGATION BONDS PAYABLE IN CIIA\CKHY NO. 4879
Quarter score- R. Tucker 1 1.40 3 which will start Wednesday aft. FROM AD VALOREM PAUL SEMONEIT,
TAXES PROVIDING
; FOR THE
Polk ernoon, February 20 at 4 P.M Plaintiff
Bunnell 18 39 56 67 30.04 6 ISSUANCE OF EXCISE TAX
All midget league players BONDS PAYABLE FROM U- v..
Peterson are
St Joseph 9 20 32 45 1 4.5 1 6 TILITIES SERVICES TAXES LILA JANE SEMONEIT.
II Emery 1 0.0 0 2Hosford' to report In back of the school CIGARETTE TAXES. FRANCHISE Defendant.

MONDAY gym and will get Instructionson TAXES. OCCUPATION. NOTICE TO IJKKKND
NIGHT
00-11 0 AL LICENSE TAXES OR OTHER THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO:
BUDDeU B Squad Fg Ft F T E. Kuleskl 0 0.1 0 0 what to do. VIDING EXCISE FOR THE TAXES ISSUANCE: PRO LILA JANE SEMONEIT
:2 Little Street
Anderson 3 5.7 1 11 All boys will go through warm OF ASSESSMENT BONDS PAY. Matawan, New Jersey
Eo Tucker up section and catcher and ABU FROM THE PROCEEDS You are hereby notified that a
8 3.9 4 19 25 13.25 19 63 OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS suit has been Sled against you In

Knight 2 1.1 1 5 St. Joseph A Boys Fg Ft F T pitcher will work out. Batters LEVIED LANDS AGAINST BENEFITED the above entitled cause; and you
AND REAL ES. are hereby required
Cowart 4 4.5 2 12 Dupont 1 1.2 2 3 will get Instruction on hitting. STATE; PROVIDING FOR THE swer with the ktoorlihr.o'ot:
Sea1e 10.00 Downs Also the rules of safety on baseball PLEDGE OF ADDITIONAL SE. and to serve a, copy thereof upon
2 1 0-0 0 2 CURITY FOR SAID REVENUE the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Townsend 4 1.1 1 9 McGowen 6 0.1 0 12 will be outlined in the first BONDS, EXCISE TAX BONDS whose name and address is:
AND ASSESSMENT: Ray Selden
Rockett 1 0.2 1 2 Casto 6 1.2 1 13 two days. Teams will also be INCLUDING A PLEDGE BONDS OF Selden Building
formed. Teams to be formed are THE FULL FAITH AND Daytona Beach Florida
CREDIT AND TAXING POWER not later than March 5, A. D. 1963.If .
I 1 First Methodist Church, First OF SAID TOWN; PRO- you fall to do '0. decree pro
VIDING FOR THE PLEDGE confesso will be entered againstyou
Baptist Church, Rotary, VFW, OK SUCH SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS for the relief demanded In the
24 HourWrecker -R.. and Flagler Beach. AS ADDITIONAL SECURITY bill of complaint. The nature of
Service FOR THE PAYMENTOF said suit being for divorce.
The recreation department will ANY BONDS ISSUED BY WITNESS my hand and seal of
award the winning team medals SAID TOWN, INCLUDING BUT said Court thus 28th day of Janu-
NOT LIMITED TO. BONDS SE- ary A. D. mj.
and a cup to the batter. Satur CURED BY THE FULL FAITH (Official Seal)
AND CREDIT AND TAXING E. A. SMYTHE
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co, day February 16, two instructional POWER OF SAID TOWN; Clerk of Bald Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey
baseball films will be PROVIDING FOR THE
I RIGHTS SECURITY A N DREMEDIES Deputy Clerk.
MASSEY.FERGUSON shown the Jan. 31 & Feb. 7-U.Z1-4tc
at band room at 10 OF THE HOLDERS

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment A. M. My thanks to Randy Mor BONDS.OF EXCISE SUCH TAX REVENUE BONDS, IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

ris who is running the ASSESSMENT BONDS OR KLAClLKn COUNTY FLORIDA
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 projectorfor GENERAL OBLIGATION IN CHANCERY NO. 4sri
me every week. Randy whoIs BONDS AND FOR THE SALE BARBARA MANN,
Owner Bunnell THEREOF PROVIDING FOR Plaintiff.
Florida ;
Interested In
youth projectswill THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH v.
also be In charge of some GENERAL OBLIGATION WILLIAM MANN
BONDS TO AN AMOUNT NOT Defendant.
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film will be "Circling the CENTUM SESSED (20'ttEOF lJ.1ETtf THE WILLIAM STATE OF MANN FLORIDA, TO:

FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Bases" and "Catching Stars of HEAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Post Office Address and
WITHIN THE INCOR- Place of Residence Unknown
Baseball. IXRATED LIMITS OF SAID You are hereby notified that a
AMBULANCE Softball Facts and TOWN; AUTHORIZING THE suit has been filed against you In
Figures
LEVY OF SPECIAL ASSESS- the above entitled cause; and you
PHONE VAlley 4.1625 (Courtesy of B. E. Martin, Executive MENTS AGAINST BENEFITED are hereby required to file your an
LANDS AND REAL ESTATE swer with the Clerk of this Court
SERVICE Secretary-Treasurer, Am. FOR ANY OF SAID PUR and to serve a copy thereof upon
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ateur Softball Association of POSES; RATIFYING APPROVING the plaintiff or Plaintiffs attorney;
AND! CONFIRMING whose name and address Is:
America). THE BOND ELECTION HERE RAY SELDEN
Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We TOFORE HELD: ON THE IS. Selden Building
There are 65,210 teams and SUANCE OF Daytona
$850.000 GEN- Beach. Florida
are always at your service with promptness safety and ERAL OBLIGATION not later thaI
978,150 players registered with DONDS February 23: A. D.
OF SAID TOWN AND ALL 1963.:
experience. the Amateur Softball Associa PROCEEDINGS INCIDENT If you fall to do so. decree pro
THERETO: AND PROVIDING confesso will be entered against
Equipped With Oxygen Reiusitator and Inhalator tion. In addition there are 8- WHEN< TILTS ACT SHALL you for the relief demanded In the
TAKE EFI bill of
153 leagues, 13,000 closed 'ECT. complaint. The nature of
parks, said suit being for
divorce.
Garcia Funeral HomeP. 3,620 lighted parks and 16,203 C unit' FloHdaglethl.e car lo r f I WITNESS my hand and seal of
playing areas. February A. D. 1963. arr laId xM'S1" day of JMU-
TOWN
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director In a 1950 survey, Ohio paced a FLAGLER OF COUNTY FLAOLER FLORIDA.BEACH (Official Clerk Seal)of the E. A.Circuit SMYTHE Court
municipal
LADY ASSISTANT the nation with 186 lighted By Virginia U corporation.Sullivan of Flagler County Florida

... .. . .. . .. . . ". .. .. .. ... .... . .. parks and New Jersey led in Town Clerk. By Julia R. Harvey
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dJoIdJai i Remember that too much gladiolus secure Agricultural During the past year, Dr. Say during the first year of life.

QeIUFLg in plant food is as bad as plant Extension Service Circular 188 ers said, there were several out I Booster doses of vaccines are

starvation. So don't add extra from your county or home breaks of small pox in Great necessary from time to time In
(By Herrer Sharpe) fertilizer especially nitrogen demonstration agent. Ask for order to maintain protectionfrom
Superstitious gardeners believe "just for good measure." Gladiolus For The Home Gar I Britain. A possibly serious out. f these diseases. And this

that plant names are omens of It's Important to fertilize rye. dener." break at New York's Idlewlld applies to adults as well as chil

the future. As examples, plant. grass now for a continued green Airport was thwarted by quick f dren. To prevent these serious
Ing a Date Palm may lead to carpet. To eradicate the winter I action of health officers who vac and possibly fatal diseases everyone
Bridal Wreath. This cinated all those exposed to a should record of
setting a lawn cover, mow the sod very Vaccines Prevent ; keep a
would force marriage upon thegardener. close, but if you want to pro. boy who was stricken with the)previous vaclnnatlons and find
long the use of ryegrass set the Many Diseases 1[disease. And during the winter,out from a doctor when the next
Soon the gardener would find mower cutters higher. "of 1961-62 there was an outbreakof booster doses are due.

that his Mourning Bride would Glads Doctor Advises I diphtheria in Ohaha Neb.
II
look lovelier If !there were aBaby's
Never in the history of the I'I! All babies should be given Injections The blue nilgai, India's larg
Breath nearby. The next
Begin a gladiolus bulb plant. against diphtheria, est antelopes, are running wild
world has it been possible to
ornamental the
planting
on ing schedule now for a supplyof whooping cough and tetanus be. in Texas. A herd of 16, Import
one's self and family
schedule would, of course, be a protect
tall-stemmed flower
the
Bottlebrush. against so many serious diseasesso ginning by three months of age. ed 20 years ago by the King
throughout the summer. For a and These shots may be convenient. Ranch, has multiplied to 3,000.
effectively through
easily
Continuing this progressiveline continuous supply, make plant. 4% feet at the should.
vaccines, Dr. ly given a "triple" vaccine containing Standing
of could preventive says
duce superstition landscape pro. Ings about every three weeks. J. R. Sayers of the Flagler all three protectors. A er, the swift nilgai once pro-
a unique pro About five weeks after the vided for India's Mozul
Health The polio shot or oral vaccine can I sport
But It limit the County Department.
gram. may flower spikes bloom, the bulbs big problem is that . be obtained at the same visit to emperors. Today, cowboys hunt
many people
number of flowers in '
den this spring.A your gar. I are ready to dig. Loosen them do not take advantage of:|the doctor. Vaccination against the dark, blue gray animal I

number of annuals be I with a spade and pull up by the advances that modem medical [I smallpox should be obtained across Texas prairies.
can I the Next off the I
top. clip top
science has ito offer, he
These Include I
planted aster
now.
,close (to the bulb, dust with DDT I I ---
balsam, blue lace-flower, !and store in a well ventilated emphasized.Al I ''I t I II

celosia, chrysanthemum, cosmos, 'warm place until the old bulbs of us have heard a great I I FOR ..
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floss flower, marigold, momlng.I can be broken off easily. deal about polio vaccine and PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
I glory', nasturtium, rose moss, Clean the bulbs about two most of us have been Immu I'

strawflower, sunflower, wishbone ,weeks after digging. Press the nized against this crippling dis CANCER
flower and zinnia.To .
I base of the new bulbs In Sper- ,ease, although many still have AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES
get a quicker display of gon or Arasan dust and sprinkle I not. But we tend to forget the
out door flowers, start annual with 3 to 5 percent DDT dust. !potential killers smallpox, teta I': H. T. COOK AGENCY

seedlings early in a flat made This will control thrips. nus whooping cough and MPa> Phone ID 7-3361 Bunntll Florida
j from a shallow wooden box For additional information on theria. O I
filled with rich humus soil.

Place the flat In a window that
\
gets plenty of light A southern

exposure away from chilly winds c '
is a good location. J'\PRE4LJ4

Peat Pots , .. , . I '
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Buying seedlings growing .
. \aaV: i a.1 Jt I j
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is a way\ .. FO
peat pots popular -/ .
t;. ,, ,., .
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get an early burst of flowers. RvG xB '
HUR kf'&w 1It4,! r., ;J_ f>1i
These organic pots are Ideal for .:. , ,
:h'i % '" jiot,1o-
the amateur.No .
.' ,,' '.
.. I "I I'
planting skill, is required.You .
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merely place the pot containing .
the plant in the flower ( 'II'

bed. Presto, the annual is alive O I
; t > l
and growing without the shockof \

transplanting.Plant ti"" .
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annuals that have large FORD DEALER ANNUAL ; \'
seed and those that are hardto

transplant directly in the bed , ,'
where to bloom. Sow
they are ., IIiI.
the seed thinly in shallow ') ,
trenches. Cover the seeds lightly .,,." ,I
and sprinkle with: a damping-

off control. _. .' I
Covering the seeded areas with -- -- I

burlap will aid in holding in IT'S THAT SMART BUYIN' TIME AGAIN JUST LIKE LAST YEAR, COLD WEATHER UP NORTH :,
soil moisture until the seedlings

begin to push through the soil. ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA

Be sure to remove the burlapat ,
this time. SAVINGS FOR YOUr! IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES, EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE I HURRY IN NOW! "
LawnsHomeowners i'

with establish. ,
.
/
ed lawns can 'aid their grass to
become spring-green again withan Now's the time to get a / .'

application of about 16 wagon from America's S l'
S.
I pounds of 6.6.6 fertilizer per 1,- wagon specialist!
000 square feet of turf. Choice of 15 wagons i
in 4 sizes, including _
i the '63 Ford Galaxie '
TV SERVICEALL Country Sedan illustrated 4

here.
MAKES t.

Agent For
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RCA & PH1LCO f

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD I
Trade for
now a handsome ..
AND INSTALLED '"
new middleweight I
TUBES TESTED FREE Falrlanel Big. \

car advantages at [
compact cost. NinemodelsIncluding ''
TV BobFLAGLER :.
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new middleweight

BEACH wagons and hardtops. .
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PHONE HE 9-2204 It '.10'( "
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Save on a big Fordl! -1 1
{tbr Jlngltr Sribunr! Enjoy Ford Galaxte's .. _,._ __ .
new $10 Million. Ride
DL;%NF.LL. FLORIDA
in a luxurious sedan, ,
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MRS. )1. D. FULLnn. Editor convertible all with ; "Si +

service-saving fea .:
Ufnlxnnlrd OfflrUI Publication turesl!
for Public N..IH. .( Flakier roar. ,
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County. MuBlclpnlllln .nl. fi;
and the State .r Florida I \

BE SMART..BUY SMART P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR !
Entered a* second claw matter '
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February 5, ISIS at the poatofflc :
at Bunnell. Florida under act of .
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March J. 1171. I. \I'A'I''O .w. ,. '. BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANYTELEPHONE I

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PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb 14,. 1963
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Development of Economic OutlookIn I Laws Concerning or plays, common pipers and 1 habitually living upon the earn

fiddlers, common drunkards, ings of their wives or minor

Flagler WatershedGeneral Florida Is Good I Common Crimes common night walkers, thieves, children, and all able bodied
pilferers, traders in stolen property male persons over the age of
questions about the (By Mel Sharpe) I Following Is quotation of law lewd, wanton and lascivious eighteen years who are without

Flagler County Watershed were "Florida's economic outlookfor prepared by Sheriff Homer persons, keepers of gambling means of support and remainin

answered
Today's questions will cover Roger P. Hill, University of eral information. brawlers, persons who neglect vagrants, and upon conviction

costs and benefits. Florida Agricultural Extension "847.04. OPEN PROFANITY. their calling or employment, or shall 'be subject to the penalty

What is the cost sharing referred Service economist Whoever, having arrived at the are without reasonably or con provided in 85693. Any personso
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to last week? In a run-down of the naltlon'seconomic age of discretion, uses profane, tinuous employment or regular arrested by virtue of a war.
Income and who have not: suf. rant or without a warrant shall
vulgar indecent ,
situation Hill and language
Public law 566 made It pos. reports
flcierrt property to sustain them, ,be given a speedy trial, and
sible for the USDA to use Federal that the economy is ahead of in any public place; or upon the up.
funds In cooperation with last year's rates in most In. private premises of another, or' and misspend what they earn on conviction shall be fined not
without providing for themselvesor exceeding two hundred and fifty
landowners on flood prevention, stances. so near as to be heard by an
the support of their families, dollars, or by imprisonment not
agricultural water management "Prospective increases In purchases other, shall be punished by fine
persons wandering or strolling more (than six months."
by consumers, business. not exceeding twenty-five dollars
(drainage and irrigation), recreation .
around from to without
place place
facilities, and fish and men and the government," Hill or by imprisonment not ex. ,
wildlife habitat. Each of these adds, "point 'to some Increase In seeding sixty days; but no prosecution any lawful purpose or ob. DARK GLASSES NEEDED
ject, habitual loafers, Idle and Movie stars seeking anonymity -
has a different rate. The Haw economic activity during the for any such offense
disorderly persons, persons neg. are not the only persons who
after twen
Creek channel improvement year with gains In consumer shall be commenced
letting all lawful business and need dark in Los Angeles.
glasses
fork would call for about three. purchasing power and in the de. ty days from the commission
habitually spending their time The pervading dancing
fourths of the construction coststo mand for farm products""Our thereof.
I by frequenting houses of ill light makes sunglasses' almost
be from PL-566 (Federal income after taxes was
paid "856.01 DRUNKENNESS houses the National Geographic .
prohibited fame gaming or tippling mandatory,
funds. Also the Soil Con. up about 3*, percent last year, I
; penalty.- Whoever shall shops, persons able to work but Magazine says.
servation Service would furnishall Hill states. "Increases in incomefor
be or become drunk from the
the engineering and related 1963 are expected to be
of
voluntary use intoxicating
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service. The local sponsors would slightly smaller, the vigor of the
liquors or drugs shall be
pun.
I other economy and income levels de.
need to assume the one.
ished by ia fine of not more than
fourth of the construction costs pending to a considerable ex. ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTORCOLLECTORNO
twenty-five dollars, or by im
and all ''the costs of easementsand tent on increases in defense prisonment in the county Jail SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START
rights-ot and spending and on new legis
the any
-way legal for not more than three months; Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of your own.
"
and administrative costs of let. lation affecting (taxes. Business) completely set ItPI10n you No experience needed. Male
but no prosecution shall be in. :
or female No age 1 good health.
Expected gains in employmentand
ting contracts. stituted after six months after EARN UP TO S400 PER MONTH PARTTIME.You .
How doe cost shoring for earnings should result In the commission of the offense. will deliver and collect from local retail store Must have
recreation facilities differ? Thisis an increased flow of income to auto, references and and min $1001.47 to $2002.94. Investment secured
by Inventory Write for personal Interview giving name,
a new feature provided by consumers. This will result In "85602. VAGRANTS. Rogues addess, phone no. and past history to:

Congress in the Food and Agriculture increased sales for most goodsand and vagabonds, idle or dissolute MORGAN ASSOCIATES

Act of 1962. It proVideSfor services. persons who go about begging, 162$ San Marco Blvd. Suite 14
a sharing of construction, The moderate rise in economic common gamblers, persons who Jacksonville f, Florida

purchase of land, easements andrlghts activity indicated.._ for 1963 is not use,juggling, or unlawful games
-of-way on a 50-50 basis.We I expected- W exert much upwardpressure -

understand that the preliminary I on prices, the Agricultural -

estimate of costs was I Extension economist con

about a million dollcfrst Whyare .I cludes. Therefore, we can look

the costs so high? This Is a for prices to remain generally.

preliminary survey and includes stable.

every type of cost anticipated.
In addition to the cubic yardsof I are they? Congress requires that

earth ,to be dug, there are sufficient investigations be madeto

costs for clearing off (the right. prove that benefits will be

of-way, of stablizlng the spoil substantially greater than costs

banks so that they will not before they will approve spend.

back into the channel, of pro. ing the first dime for construc.
viding necessary water control tion. If (the benefits are not to :4 t

structures, lateral entries and so be found, then there will be no .

on. This estimate is based on g project Preliminary Investiga- .
complete job, planned to ac. tions show that increased 'pro : M z . s

complsh (the most practical level i duction on pasture and range f
of protection according to land. lands, cropland and woodlandareas ..

use. This is not a haphazard, will be large. Also, due

slipshod approach which every. to easier access, harvesting costs et
body could well be ashamed of. will be reduced. n .'as
rt rt
Rather, it will be a project : Other questions will be an. D

planned to solve specific prob. swered next week.

lens utilizing best available

engineering and related tech. The burning quality of the

nologies. mustard plaster comes from sul

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Crier often could stand In efficient, reliable and re >' ,
one toot and the sound of ipeded reporter of community wi
his voice would carry to events. -i 'r f; 4

every home In the community. And, through the medium

This, of course, Is not true of advertising, It provides a
today. Even If our community valuable service to both the
were not so "spread out,"' merchant and the consumer.

the noises of the modem age How about you?Have you
about us would defeat the gotten around to checking
most diligent shouter the ads In this Issue for the

Today, there are other bargains offered by local'
methods of communication stores?

and more efficient methods See for yourself- don'tof

Information.disseminating news and wait around for and someone tell you to about come it. ADD A PHONE. . ADD A LOT TO LIVINGSave



time, steps, trouble. Add exten- details on the low cost and lovely colors,

Trade at Howe S ira sslkal slon phones where your family lives call your Telephone Business Office.

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Thursday Feb 14, 1963 THE FLAGLER_ TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA FIVE rg..
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Whale' Tooth In exchange for a choice whale's ,


tooth.The log of the brig "By QUANTITY ::::: "'. '" '.. ..":. '.' .... :;,.;'.;""W11.,..!!:!,;!;!..;..:.;;;:';. ..;........;f'.';;;:.;.:.:..',' ., .
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Carving Keep Chance" of Dartmouth, Masse RIGHTS'h eU ii .::;:JJilil( ... ;:Yilit! >

Sailors chusetts, for May 20, 1826. reads: \ .
BusyWhen :
"All these 24 hours small breezes PRICES GOOD t-'i

they wern't catching and thick foggy weather madeno Feb. 1415.16, 1963 .
whales or fighting gales, whale sail. So ends this day all s m811 Y .... t.
ing crews carved scrimshaw.The hands employed Scrimshontlng." STORE HOURS: f.:' .. -. '
seamen whiled the I, .'
away Lookouts Ignored WhalesAt L
Weekdays-8:00 to 7:00
tedious hours of three be. / t
scrim.
years the height of the
Saturdays-8:00 to 9:00 \\ I
fore the mast by engraving shaw craze, some lookouts were 'HTSHELTON'S /
whale teeth and turning other known to have commltteed the
bits of ivory into ornate but cardinal sin of sighting but not e t+

useful, gadgets. reporting whales. Presumably,
The art still has many ad. these men could not bring them.
mirers. President Kennedy received selves to Interrupt a delicate
an etched whale's tooth stage in their carving.A GROCERY L
for Christmas, 1962. few captains forbade scrim.

On some old-time whalers shaw altogether. Others restricted
everyone from captain to cabin it to the forecastle confiscating LYKE'S 6 TO 8 LB.PICNiCS. .
boy had a scrimshaw project underway any carvings broughton
the National Geographic deck. But most skippers
Society says. Men swapped tobacco agreed with William Reynard,
or performed menial tasks master of the "Aglgail" of New lb. 29 r
Bedford, Massachusetts, who j
wrote in his 1836 logbook: "An

CLASSIFIEDADS Devil.idle head Employed is the workshop scrlmshon.of the WORLD'S BESTGROUND


; were Ivory prime teeth raw from material.sperm whales Sailors $ i

polished the surface to a BEEF 3 Ibs. $139

sheen with flies rough shark.
.C1an under tkl leading arteat
a per word each Insertion, skin and pumice.
76 CCBU .. mtalxut chars Using a Jackknife, or needle,
FOR SALE-Mattress and box i the sailor-artisans scratched Lyke't Special Circus

springs for double bed $1250 in.. painstaking designs on the
good condition. Also 1 single teeth. "Some of them," wrote $ 00 00 !

with bed complete mattress and 1500.bumpers Baby crib$15.I I Herman dentistlcal Melville Implements"have especially boxes of Sausage i: 1 Weiners & $1

Almost new. Dixlana Motel, intended for the skrlmshand-
Phone ID 73685. 2-14-ltp I ering business." The Incised
lines were colored with India I Lean All Meat SELECT-THE BEST .

OPPORTUNITY open for $97.50 ink, paint, tar dye from South
per week man. Age 25 to 59. Also Sea islands ,and even soot from "'" u.
have opening for semiretiredman. the rendering vats. STEW 69' Beef Liver 49 :

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(Would consider lady 40 I Nautical and patriotic motifs

to 60.) Route sales. For personal :were popular-ships, anchors,
Interview In your community ,flags and figures of Liberty.The .
write J.H. McGarity, P.O. Box whale's tooth that Mrs. HENDERSON'S SHORTENING J
627, Willlston, Florida.
Kennedy gave the President
Feb. 143tFULL bore a patriotic design too--the
Seal. SUGAR Snowdrift ,
AND PART TIME openingsin Presidential Optimisticwhalemen
etched scenes such as
unique service. No canvassing,
flexible hours. Write M. Limpert, ["The Sailor's Return"; pessimists

28 phone.Goodall 14litcSEPTIC CL ,2-6354 Daytona for Interview.Feb. Beach or. I I engraved ing Some willows.of tombstones the most and elaborate Stf weep Lh. 39';: 3 L 49


.pictures were copied or traced Can
TANK CLEANING at from books and magazines. Bag 1
reasonable prices. Call George Godey's Lady's Book was a favorite
Jarosz, ID 73410. and many gnarled harpooner -
1.24-7.25 p. laboriously copied fash- Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order

Ion plates.
FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom
house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. Corset Stays Decorated I
FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCEGreen
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Back lot fenced in, $65 a month. Scrimshaw artists reserved I I i
Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 their most heartfelt efforts for
day and ID 7.2267 evenings.Jan. corset stays. Busks made for
Giant 10 Oz. Yellow RipeBROCCOLI
17-5tp. wives and sweethearts were

decorated with hearts, flowers, 990
WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus- 3 for BANANAS fOe ..
cupid's arrows, and tender Pound
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & In Butter Sauce
verses. One whaler etched these
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell Florida. 4
Aug 30-tfc sentiments onto whalebone: "In Green Giant 10 Oz. Niblets Juicy Red
many galeHas been the
REFINISHING-Furniture: refln- Whale/ which this bone did CORN 3 for 9ge GRAPES ISe
Ished and repaired. Experiencedon rest.His time Is past/ His boneat In Butter Sauce Pound
antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. last/ Must now support thy t
4392007. 10-11-tf breast" Mr. G 10 Oz. Crispy "

FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We Ivory and whalebone were FRENCH FRIES ge
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transformed into baskets, birdcages Each RADI ISnES .
will fill your tank or we will intricate reels for yarn, Limit Three PackageS :....- \
furnish with a tank. Call
you cane handles, door knobs, collar -
Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at '
buttons, napkin rings, anda

ID Aug.7-3367 30ticEXPERT Bunnell Florida. Sailors miscellany vied at of creating'ingenlous other things. . . . l.J VALUES 1/b./ d:

REPAIR SERVICEOn designs for pie crimpers or : ;:
TV Radios, HI-FI Sewing "Jagging wheels." New Bedford
Machines Vacuum Cleaners and held an annual crimper-carving Parkay Showboat 2Vi Can 4
all small appliances. All work contest, awarding the winner a

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware. "slop' chest" of. prizes worth as OLEO 2 pound. 490 PORK & BEANS *? 350
!50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven much -as $500.Scrimshaw
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677. required infinite
4414. May 17-tfc pains but whalemen had many Jim Dandy 25 Lbs. Hunt' 20 Oz.

dull hours to fill. Logbooks bear
Ocean front housekeeping apartments DOG FOOD $198 190
1 and 2 bedrooms compete eloquent witness to the grind. Each CATSUP Each
ing boredom of long voyages:
with linens and all utilities. Limit One Limit One Please
"Saw nothing but the ocean and
Sun deck, fishing, swimming,
the and
ship shipmates. No
my
loafing. Day, week or month. Regular Red Dart 303 Can
whales no whales. No talk. No
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
use thinking. .Reading old let.
HE 9.2082 7-6tf MODESS 390 GREEN BEANS fOe
ters to find something new. Each Each
Nothing to do but look at each
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER other ..Oh, God how long can
BEACH BEALTY CO. this last"ORMOND 25 FREE 25 FREE 50 FREETOP

LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, VALUE STAMPS
PRESCRIPTION TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
FARMS,
WATER FRONT. With $5.00
or more
ACREAGESee PHARMACYSick With Purchase of with the purchase of
Room SuppUes-Sundrie. Food Order
us for your real estate seeds HOSPITAL SCPPLIES24'Hour One Duncan Hines Fudge 3 Lbs. Ground and this Coupon at
Office Phone HE 9-2242 Prescription Service: Marble Cake Mix Beef SHELTON'S GROCERY

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I Free Delivery in Flogler Beach Coupon Void 2-16-63 Coupon Void 2-16-63 Coupon Void 21663F
or ID 7.3517 ; Rt AlA 1 mL North of
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Ij jfagfer Beach V"YOU J ar !, FLAGLER FOOD STORE

i BEST MEJffS_ _

WERE THERE- and Mrs. Robert Owens.
r THEME AT BEACH P.-T. A. Mrs. Allen Reynolds, hospitality
chairman, and several
\ The Flakier Beach PTA met members served refreshment at
Tuesday with about 100 members the close of the meeting. PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT, FEB. 1415.16, 1963
I'' and visitors attending.
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COMMUNITY CHURCH
Mrs. Leonard Johnson pre. FLORIDA GRADE A-DRESSED AND
sided with Mrs. V. W. Haines The Ladles Guild will meet DRAWNWHOLE
giving the devotionalassisted Thursday (today) at 2 P.M. in
by 10 parents. David Anderson Fellowship Hall. Refreshments
recited th Preamble to the Constitution '!will be served by the hostess. FRYERS 29
PER
and Ann Meekins re Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. PQUR
cited the Gettysburg Address.W. each Sunday, followed by the

E. Fennell, Jr., principal, worship service at 11 o'clock.
presented certificates to students Rev. R. W. Dickert will preachon Fresh Palm River
who had been.on the honor roll "Three Paramount Questions Boston ButtPork SLICEDBACON
the Security of a Believer
three times the first semester. Concerning
Those honored were: Fourth Roast ,49 49
grade, Linda Smith, Patrick Dun were. ,lb.
can, Sandra Abbott Fifth grade, I
Michael Bell, Cathy Duncan, METHODIST CHURCH U. S. Choice Beef Copeland's Pure PorkSausage
Janet Haines, Debbie Lucas Kris Church school is at 9:45: with
Martel Ann Meekins, Barbara worship service at 11 A.Moo A CLIB Lb. 115. *
Wilson. Sixth grade, Diana Lu. nursery is provided for small Steaks 89 m 45
I. case, David Johnson, Jimmy Me- children during the worship
Nab, and Susie Duncan. hour. I I
Life Meetings" will be- !
Miss Mary Padre, Bunnell "New MAXWELL HENDERSON'S -
evenin gat 7:30.: CORNED BEEF
band majorette, and her baton gin next Sunday
All Methodist Churches in the HOUSE SUPERFINE
class presented show drills and I AND I
DeLand District will observe
baton twirling. Members of her
this week of special service. '
class Included: CABBAGEBUDGET
Ministers are Rev. Reynold Coffee SUGAR
\ Sandra and Dere&e Owens, Hoover, Rev. E. Lester Stanton, STRETCHER
Vickie Moore, Eleanor Shill, Ann and Rev. Russell Howard.At .
Meekins, Susie Peterson, Andrea the Men's Club meeting 12 OZ. CAN LARUTA

Morrison Faye Hutcheson, Patricia, Joyce Galloway Robin, set last for Monday en oyster night roast the on date March was LB. :; CORNED BEEF ':;

son Daniel, Janet, Kris Haines Martel, ,Pam Barbara Me- 16th. 39 39c Ub 39"Limit

Bross, Tenley and Angle LIttle BAPTIST CHURCH FRESH HOME GROWNCABBAGE
field, Eula Lee Moody, Jackie
Sunday school is at 9:45, fol.
Robinson, and Connie McDaniel.
lowed by worship service at 11 Limit One With $5.00 or One With $5.00 or
A Founder's Day program entitled A.M., with Rev. Atlee Stevens, LB
More Food Order 5 More Food Order
"You Were There" was minister. Training Union is each e ...
presented with Mrs. V.W. Halnes Sunday evening at 6:15: P.M.
as moderator. Several past presidents and evening worship at 7:30. 2Vst Size Shurfine 46 Oz. Size Delmonte Blended
past officers and past PINEAPPLECRAPEFRUITPeaches
members participated.Mrs. WOMAN'S CLUB

: Haines Introduced the "WEARHOUSE"Isla 4 for$1 4 for $100"
\ ladles by years that they were Kester, Club Librarian Juice
active In PTA work and each said /today there will be a tableof .
one briefly told Interesting nick-nacks known as the
and memorable events, actions, "Club Wearhouse" at the Clubhouse Byer's Concentrate Family Size Sunsweet

efforts let Beach and PTA struggles had the had Flag.over I during each!the time Thursday the Library afternoon is PAPAYA 79' Prune Juice 40 Oz. 59

the last 10 years. open. Open hours will be from Bottle
1 to 4:30.:
f They enumerated many material I
r things bought by the PTA Mrs. Kester said the public is SYRUP Qt. Refrigerator Bottle
invited to drop in and during
r, which are still in use at the
these hours for a book and a
,t school. A big hand of applause
was given these ladies bargain. Compare These Every Day Low PricesPint 1
Those who "Were There," besides
WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS
l Mrs. Haines, were: Mrs. GAMES PARTY Miracle Whip.......................... 37c 16 Oz. Reitz Orange Bios. Honey 35c

Henry Mrs. T.Shill J. ,Miller Mrs., Keith Mrs. Charles Lovell, The Flagler Woman's Club Parson's Amonia, Quart .............. 27c Pint Shurfine Salad Dressing....... 25c

Sindelar, Mrs. Bernie Wilson, will sponsor a games party at Energy Bleach, Gallon .................. 45c 12 Oz. Libby Corned Beef.-. 53c

the Clubhouse on Friday, February Jim Dandy Grits, 5 Lb. Bag......... 35c Pint Wesson Oil ............................ 35c
t LIGHT BULLDOZING will be 15 prizes at ,7:30:refreshments p. m. There and 303 Lacnoy Chop Suey Veg........... 31c Size 300 Bush Kidney Beans......... tOe

I the public is invited !to attend. I Food King Coffee, Pound .............. 59c Size 303 Argo Green Limas, 2 for 35c
Fill Dirt. Building Sand Shell The proceeds will go towards 6 Oz. Folger's Instant Coffee........ 89c Size 300 Bush Hominy.................... lOc
ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON paying off the mortgage on the 8 Oz. Imitation Vanila Extract...... 39c 8 Oz. Hunt's Tomato Sauce, 2 for 23c

HE 9.2357-Flagler Beach Clubhouse.Mrs. 4 Oz. Geisha Smoked Oysters....... 29c Northern Toilet Tissue, 3 Rolls..... 29c

Ann Dean from Hlnesville 2 Oz. Pkg. Dream Whip................ 25c Nabisco Fig Newtons, Pound........ 37c

PAL PARKER'S, INC. Ga. has been visiting with
Center Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell, Jr. Giant Size Food KingTIDE -
Automotive Specialty
and and Brad. Mrs. QuartersOLEO
Billy
E.HAKKS 1IKMNR 15.63 sons.
FAHT AND LAuonFOJtD.CIIEvnOLET.PIYMONTII Dean is Mrs. Fennell's mother. BOX <
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540 Mason Ave. Daytona Dean home for a short visit -29

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SOMETHING NEW IN FLAGLER BEACH
Windmill Grill & RestaurantS
ZIPPERS BUTTONS, THREAD,
SEWING I CENTER PATTERNS, AND HUNDREDSOF
HOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTGood OTHER SEWING ACCESSORIES

208 Moody Blvd.

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Food at Reasonable Prices FROZEN FOODS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Birdseye Regular or French Cut Young-Tender ,

SEAFOODS STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN GREEN BEANS 9po,; JOe CARROTS Z Pkg:19CM': : ,

MeKenzie Extra Fancy Red Sweet 1/
\ TURNIPS 10 Oz.
15c POTATOES
AND ROOTS Lb. IOC
Pkg. I-
of Sandwiches and Cold Drinks
Variety Mr. G French Fresh Crisp Large r
) 9 Oz.Pkg. Per
FRIES IOC CELERY IOCft
J Mr. and Mrs. G D. Decker Mr. and Mrs. Gus Johnson I St alk

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I Thursday
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rival of a.seven pound twelve making plans to attend We JunIor Dr. Allen Reynolds and Mrs.
I ounce daughter, born February Day in Palatka February 20. Betty Miller will attend a seminar .
t3 a = 9, at the Halifax Hospital. She on Dentistry for Children at
has been given! the name of Layton Bennett of Js'Up Georgia the University of Florida Fri
Bobby jea n, grand son of Stella. Laytonof day and Sa'urday.!
LOCALSGEORGE I Bunnell, has been >flawed The
Dr. Reynolds will also attend
I W S C S HOLDS Student of the year IH the D. E.
the East Disrlct Dental Society
INTERESTINGMEETING C. A. Club at the Waytjft County
meeting in St. Augustine Mon
High School there.
day, and a dental workshop,
MOODY SR. I will be performed by Rev. Thom- The Womans Society of Chris The honors come ojj He basis I' "Dental Manpower Requirementsin
I as Pinner, Jr., at the First Bap. tian Service of the Bunnell of classroom work, li b activities Florida, Past, Present and
HONORED SUNDAYON :1 tlst Church of Bunnell. Methodist Church met Wednesday and Job experience. Future" on 21.23 In Jacksonville.
BIRTHDAYMr. I The bride elect is the daughterof morning at the Church fora I
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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis of business and program meet- House guest Mr. Ad Mrs.
and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were is the hr mother O. F. ALFORD
Bunnell. The bride groom ing. President Becky Clegg presided Richard Palczewskl U
hosts to a birthday dinner party son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ParkJr. and she and Wanda Mer- Mrs. Anna Nosal ot Chicago.She 5 RegUttrtd 3j

Sunday at their home, 901 East ., of Chattanooga, Tenn. rer were hostesses.A has spent two we kIn Miami S Real Estate Broker :
Lambert Avenue in Bunnell. j
and will visit h&fc lot several
Following the ceremony a reception very interesting program,
Guest of honor was Mrs. Fuller'sfalther will be held in the "What Shall We Tell Our Children weeks before retu.AUng to 5 Bunn lL Florida '
George Moody Sr. About Suffering", was preJ Chicago. XvU\AJVWYW\AVlVUWWUW
Church Parlors.No
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Their guests included Mr. invitations are being sent sented. Taking part in the pro.
Moody's children, the I. I. but all friends and relatives of gram were Marjorie and Edith
Moodys and Nancy of Lake City; the couple are invited to both Robertson, Pearl Blakely, Doris I
the Leonard Moodys and Eula the ceremony and reception. Tucker, Leona Knight, and Mrs. NOTICENotice
Lee, and the George Moodys Jr., John Kendall. I
of Flagler Beach. Also his nephew IDLEWOOD CLUB
and neice, the Walter PLANS MANYACTIVITIES Miss Judith Lewis, senior student is hereby: given that n municipal election
Knights of Haw Creek. at the School of Nursingat will be held in tho City of Bunnell, Florida, on
Charity Hospital in New .Orleans Tuesday, the 5tl\ day of March, A. D. 1963, for
The group attended the morning I Mrs., Leona Eisenbach was will arrive home todayfor the purpose of electing J two City Commissioners,
worship service at the First hostess to members of the Idle a few days. Her marriageto and all persona desiring to have their names
Methodist Church of Bunnell.Mr. wood Club fora official ballots as candidatesare
Tuesday evening Mr. Claude Park will be an printed upon the
Moody was a charter memo social and businesss meeting.The event of Sunday afternoon at required t&' file written notice of their
ber and was one of the Founders Valentine' motif was used I the First Baptist Church of Bun. intention to be candidates in the office of the
of the Church in 1909. in the decorations and refresh. nell. I I I City Clerk on or before the 22nd of February,

Mr. Moody was also honoredin ments. A. D. 1963.
the afternoon. when ths the business
group During meetingthe JUNIOR WOMANS
that the registrationbooks
Notice is further given
held open house at his home in club members voted to give CLUB MEETS TUESDAYTen
I of Bunnell Florida, are now
of the
,
City"
Flagler Beach from 3 to 5. Over their support to the organization members of the Flagler
for registration of voters to and including the
a hundred called during the and work of the American open
Junior Womans Club met
Tues. : until 4:30 m. of February, A. D.
22nd day p. ,
I :
I afternoon which included friends Cancer Society in Flagler County day evening with Mrs. Bill Baker '
and relatives from Bunnell, Also they plan to sponsora hostess. 963.
Flagler Beach, St. Augustine, Brownie Troop.
Plans are In the making /to '
Ormond Beach and Daytona Plans are underway to spon. give a play. The Club plans to MM. NANCY C. RODGERS

Beach. sor a fashion show and will split give a portion of the proceeds to City Clerk
the proceeds with the band for the Cherry Blossom Band Trip
BYRUM COBB its Cherry Blossom Festival trip Fund. i January 31 Feb t4t'l'Y 714.214tcI
fund. They are also purchasing Six members of the Club are
ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED baseball shirts forthe Little I
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League Team.Members .
voted to sponsor a
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb of Es. girl in the Bunnell HI Contest

panola announce the engage. They also selected Sue King as
ment of their daughter, Melba I their entrant In the contest. vz
Sue to Mr. Carl Taylor ByrumJr. Plans were also made for a bake
., son of Mr. and Mrs. Call I sale to be held by the Bunnell Is ths the ,
Taylor Byrum Sr., of Holly Hill.,Post Office on February 15th, o
Miss Cobb is a member of the and a rummage sale on Moody's "Pin-u "Girl ,., .
senior class of the Bunnell High Parking lot on February 23. j';r
School and Is active in campus On the social side for the club
activities. Mr. Byrum attendedthe they planned a covered dish \ you husband .

Mainland High School of supper for Saturday night at the rte"nlurrled? :
Daytona Beach and is employedby Leonard Moody home in Flagler '.

the Jensen Construction Com I Beach. This will be for memo ,,(
pany there. bers and their Invited guests. :' '>:. ::
The wedding is planned for 'On February 24 members and f4... .I':!,-
early June, the date to be an. their guests will have an oyster ,. $ "
nounced later. roast at Barns at Moultrie. I

They also reported the Valentine I i,
PARK LEWIS Dance for the Youth Council

WEDDING PLANSMiss held Saturday was a huge 1 ;..
success with 135 children at.
Judith Lewis will becomethe tending. f:

bride of Mr. Claude' Adair ...1I
Park of New Orleans at three j BOBBIJEAN SIZEMORE /
o'clock Sunday afternoon, February II Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sizemore ,,, .
seventeenth. The ceremony of Haw Creek announce the ar- clotheslines
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Healed+ ILDQUIIT bid 'will FOR be BID received In Cong. Matthews I still believe that it makes possible have introduced would set up a j thorize the railroads to reduceI

the Ogee of the City Clerk of the the appropriate check on system of Supply Depots to store{freight rates on feed for live-
City of Bunnell Florida In the the Rules Committee without food and other critical Items ''stock.
in
I
Civic Center Building on or before Reports I FromWashington I know this is good news
1ZH( o'clock noon, on the 4th day making it necessary to increase, the event of a national emerg- for our livestock producers.
of March A. D.. 19CS. for one (1) I
'. 1,000 Ballon gasoline tank and I its size. This was my positiontwo II ency. The recent Cuban crisis :

pump Installed, regular gas, oil, years ago, and nothing has emphasized the importance 0: .
and
; ffreace.
Bach bid shall\ be addressed to Rules CommitteeThe happened since to convince me this bill.Another. I i
Commissioner. Bunnell,
the City
otherwise. Therefore I saw no
,
Florida. The City Commissioners bill of mine proposes
reserve the right to r..eittarJ; and first Item of business reason, if I am to remain consistent raising the amount of
personal
all bid and also to bid 88th consider.
that the
that In Its judgment will be for the Congress to change my vote this Income tax exemption of a tax
bent Interest of the City of Bun- ed was the membership of the the
I voted Ito keep mem-
nell Florida year. payer from $600 to $700. I introduced .
WITNESS my hand and official House Rules Committee. Dur- bership of the Rules Committee another bill of importance
eat this 12th day of February. ing the ten I have been
years but the House
approvedthe
at 12
A. D. 1\63.C to agriculture, which
B. KISENBACH.Mayor In Congress, the membership of. permanent membership of
City of Bunnell. Florida.? would provide for the lease and
ATTEST: the Rules Committee has been 15 by a vote of 235 to 196.President's transfer of tobacco al

Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk. 12, until two years ago when i State of acreage
February 14-21-2 to lotments. Over 22,000 farmers in I Prompt Service
recommended
Speaker Rayburn
IN TIIH rntrriT rni'IIT, IN FI.OIUII1A AND that for a two-year period the I I The Union Message the tobacco belt, including over PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH U:.
COI'NTV.
foil KIAflI.KIt
1* EQUITY, CASE NO. 4BN2" membership be Increased to 15. President Kennedy made the 2,000 in Florida, /took advantageof I

IlltlxlOV A finest talk I have heard him this legislation last year, and The Tribune
IIAULUY C. HAHDOUn. Joined I voted to keep the membershipat I yet Flagler
wife: ROSE I DAhnoUH.1'lalntlff. without new legislation, the au
by his 12 two for the rea make in his State of the Union
-, years ago Pbone IDlewood 7.3282
thority to leaseand transfer to.
VI son that If the Rules Committee message. His phrases were excellent
JOHN II. SMITH et al., bacco acreage allotments will BunnelL Florida
and I thought his
Defendant refused to cooperate with pro.
not continue after this
OltDKIl ANn NOTICE covered desirable year.
TO: JOHN II. SMITH, JOINED the leadership, there were several gram many

HY HIS IrEECJRIRTIAN NAMEf methods by which the ma- recommendations that should be Agricultural Problems j jI PETERSON TEXACO

IS WHOHM UNKNOWN T TO _1't.AINTIFFS: jority could work its will. enacted Into law. The President I had a conference recently SERVICE

IF ALIVE, AND IF THE SAID: i:stated that his chief domestic
JOHN II SMITH IS JJ< An, HIS One method, for example is with Secretary of Agriculture I ROAD SERVICE
DEVISEES, recommendation is a tax reduction
HEIRS. -
LEGATEES UNKNOWN OK GRANTEES.HKNRY by means of the Discharge Petition Freeman on the use of MH-30 Light Mechanical Work

: V. BRYAN, JOINEI B111tH where a simple majorityof to take place over a periodof for the control of suckers on tobacco I Phone 437.3441 Bunnell
WIFIJRYAN. WHOSE three From the stand.
years.
TRUE CHRISTIAN NAME; IS UNKNOWN the House can bypass the plants. I am optimistic I
( PLAINTIFFS IF point of our National Defense that our farmers will be permitted .
ALIVE, AN6 IF TUB SAID HENRY: Rules Committee and bring a
+ DEAD HIS UN measure for consideration. I the President pictured our situ. the privilege of still using
up RCA VICTOR
k'NJWJAEII
R, DEVISEES, LEOATKKS -
ation as having improved, but
Olt OllANTEEH. GEORGE have seen a bill passed by this MH-30 In proper proportions. I LIVING COLOR TV
BY HIS WIFE- he stressed the need for continuo
SAULS JOINED attended
method in two time. Although a conference in Raleigh
days
\ TRUE CHRISTIAN -
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defense. The Presi
NAME IS UNKNOWN TO the Discharge Petitionmay ing a strong N. C. on this subject in I IN TilE WINDOW
PLAINTIFFS, IF ALIVE .AND IF dent's program was moderate in Southern Radio & Television
late
December
THE SAID OEOKOE MAULS IS not be the most desirable and have emphasized
DEAD HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVIHKfciS most of its respects, and I be. to 22$ E Granada- Ph. OR 72001
Secretary Freeman that
consider ] I
LEGATEES OH GRANTEES way to legislation, ORMOND .
lieve met with a generally favorable
JOHN W. SMITH. JOINED because of labor shortages, our
HY HIS WIFE..-- MITH, WHOSE! reaction on the part of''
TItUS CHRISTIAN NAME IS UNKNOWN farmers feel that It is absolutely FREE PAINT

TO PLAINTIFFS IP ALIVE HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS the, majority of Congress. necessary to use MH-30.
,
AND IF THE SAID JOHN W. Agriculture CommitteeI One extra gallon of your choice
SMITH IS JJAJ111ft!] UNKNOWN RECEIVE SUMMER, I
LEGATEES OR Due to the recent freeze In with eachrallot\ buy
HEIRS, DEVISEES: you
have been member of the
FOSTER JA8. TRAINING AT U OF F a I
() Florida the
A.tAITJt g'NOEND LAWRENCEILAYNEB Twenty-five superior Florida House Committee on Agriculture Secretary of Agriculture Mary Carter Paint Store
UNDER FIRM NAME has requested the Interstate
OF GEO It. FOSTER & CO., OEO.I I high school juniors will be get. for'eight years. This year I have Commerce Commission to I Abe. WcetcaU k* plB* Oatoy
R. FOSTER JOINED BY HIS reached the No. 11 au.
WIFE, FOSTER. WHOSE ting special science training at position out -- I

, TRUE CHRISTIAN TO PLAINTIFFS NAME IS, UNKNOWN IF- the University of Florida next of 21 Democratic'members.. I ..& ,

ALIVE. AND IF THE SAID OEO. summer.It feel that I should keep my memo

i R. FOSTER HEIRS IS, DEAD DEVISEES, HIS, LEGATEES UNKNOWN will be the fifth such sum bershlp on this important com CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

I OR GRANTEES HIS JAS.WIFE A. mer research program conduct. mittee because of my seniority, ,
MARION JOINED BY
I I CJIISTIANINAthi\ UNKNOWNTO ed by the university and sup. and because agriculture is suchan R. CRAIG Funeral Director

PLAINTIFFR IF IS ALIVE AND ported by the National Science Important industry in our JOHN HARDIN, Associate

IF THE SAID JA8, A. MARION Foundation. The program's director district, and throughout all of
IS DEAD HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, LEGATEES OR GRAN Dr. Luther A. Arnold, saidit Florida. I shall continue to do AIR LADY OXYGEN

I TEES JOINED 11Y LAWRENCE HIS WIFE HAYNES' provides the students with opportunities my utmost to serve the best In. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

TIAN HAYNES NAME WHOSE IS UNKNOWN TRUh] CHRIS.TO to spend at least terests of our people and the ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

PLAINTIFFS IF ALIVE AND IF two-thirds of their campus stay whole State on this committee

THE IH DEAD SAID HI8 LAWRENCE UNKNOWN HAYNES HE1K3, participating in active research I i assignment Phone ID 7-3532

DEVISEES LEGATEES OR UKAN- projects with university scient Bills Introduced
TEES, JAMES F. HULL, JOINEDBY I
201
E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
HIS: WIFEHULL, ists. One of the first bills that I .
WHOSE TRUE CHRISTIAN NAME
IS UNKNOWN TO PLAINTIFFS,
IF ALIVE AND IF THE SAID
JAMES: F. HULL IS: DEAD HIS'!
UNKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES: ,
LEGATEES OR GRANTEES AND Here, crane bigger potato profits
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ALL PARTIES (SAVE AND EXCEPT
THE! PLAINTIFFS HERE
IN) HAVING OR CLAIMING TO '. <.
HAVE ANY RIGHT TITLE OR
INTEREST: IN AND TO THE FOL.
LOWING DESCRIBED! PROPERTY
LOCATED IN FLAOLER COUNTY i.E
FLORIDA TO-WIT: ;
The West 10 acres of the East -F- i
Half of the Southwest Quarterof 4*
the Northwest Quarter; the
Went 10 acres of the East Half
of the Northwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter; the
East Half of the West Half
of the Northwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter; and
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the Bust Half of the West Halfof l oV
the Southwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter, all InSuction Ri
19, Township 14 South,
Mange 31 East. ) ; }
You and each of you are hereby t
cited\ and notified and required to
file your respective answers to the
complaint herein in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
and for Plafrler County Florida {
at the Court House In Bunnell
l Florida, on or before March 8,
A. D. 1963, and to serve a copy x
of your answer or answers upon
Curtis Basch. Attorney for the
Plaintiffs In the above styled .
cause, at his office at 223 Orange .

on Avenue or before: Daytona said date Beach, a*, require:: When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight

by the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure

quiet title, said In suit the plaintiffs being a, suit Harley to Spray Du Pont Manzate0 to control
C. Barbour and his wife Rose L. blightsmaneb
Harbour, wherein I plaintiffs pray .
for a decree of this Court quiet. fungicide
Ing their title In and to the above
described lands, and decreeing the assure top yields of No. 1's
fee simple title in and to said landsto .
be in the plaintiffs, decreeingthe I
title of plaintiffs to be a good
and Indefeasible title In fee simple One-chemical blight control-a spray with "Manzate" '
program
decreeing all title claim or Inter-
eat claimed by you or any of you, maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.
or any party or parties claimingor
to claim under you or any ol flatter yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as
you In and to said l lands to be much as 40 bushels
wholly null and void perpetually per acre. . gives you more fl'e, and naturally

restraining you and each of you increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas.
and your servants and attorneys 't
from asserting any claim there Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough disease,mild on plants.It can ben

against with the or possession Interfering of In plaintiffs any way, 34\ x used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth.

their heirs I assigns, grantees, .
Saves time and "Manzate"
agents or attorneys, and from asserting money- is a wettable powder, ready to
title to said lands or any mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides
part thereof, requiring you and '
each of you to set forth the na. and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.
Lure of your claim, and that the '
interest If any, held by you and r. ' saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the

each of you, may be divested out Z'c.. years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control
of you and each of you, and In. easy
vested In the plaintiffs and that handling.On .
any and all claims which( you or
any of you may have br make In all chemicals,follow labeling instrticliont and warnings
and to said lands may cancelled. carifvRy.MANZATE.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Flagler County
Florida and the seal of said
Court, at Bunnell, Florida, on this @U)POtID

28th(Circuit day of Court January Seal,)A. D. 1961. Each acre you spray with; "Manzate" can

I}. A. SMYTHE yield: bushels more of il' like these. Field ........--
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In I I I I applications"ManiaU""protect your crepe IETTU THINGS fO anna UVNO rrtineb( fungicide j

and for Flakier County. Florida from late blight tuber rot, ton. .TseoUGn CHEMISTrY
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WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAYUNTIL I LAMB SALE I
FURTHER NOTICE Hours 8:00 a.m.ill 1:00 p.m.
SHOULDER
FLORIDA GRADE "A" DRESSED AND DRAWN

HENS Ib. 25* ROAST 5 Ib 39

CHOPS :. 'Ib 49'
I U. S. CHOICE BEEFFULL I ,
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MEATY .. .
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OR R01N1 SIRLOINFRESH CUT STEAK lb. 89 c Lamb Stew ':, :, ""Ib 29<

WILSON'S CERTIFIED

GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $100 Sliced BACON Ib 49<

MI'D SMOKEDSAUSAGE
' WILSON'S SHORTENINGBAKERITE <: \,!', 3 lbs$foo
Ls. BEEF or PORK LIVER .J*;'
3 'I"IB.
3 TIM 49 HOMEMADE SAUSAGE ';. lbs

LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER NECK PIG FEET BONES 6 .Ijoo

SWIFT'S 151/2 OZ. CAN
CORKED BEEF BATH SIZE t SAVE 12c

HASH 3for1 '
ZEST 2BARS 29NICKEL it
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SWIFTS 24 OZ CAN '
SPAGHETTI 3for'l
AND MEAT BALLS BAR
RED AND WHITE NO.303 CAN BABY RUTH or pkg of *

FRUIT COCKTAIL 19* BKTTERFINGER 6JOBO ,. 19
CANNED IS'/ OZ.SIZE

DOG FOOD 5
GIANT SIZE Each
'C
' REGULAR

CHEERLimit KOTEX 3 of Boxes 12 $100

One With$5.00 or More
m+?'r' Food Order ,
I,
I fruits WegeraUes ,
*9 MSt j *

FANCY FRESH
/**##/HIS 47"W PRICES POLE BEANS Pound 1ge
BIRDSEYE 10 OZ.PKG.
LARGE HEADLEHUCE
PEAS AND CARROTS 19C EACH 190

MR.G 10 OZ. PKG. ALL PURPOSE CELLO BAG
FRENCH FRIES 90 APPLES 4 "13. 39e

SUN SPUN HALF GALLON YELLOW COOKING
ICE CREAM 4ge ONIONS 2 "* 13C
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I IUIHelJ pie. I Beach Commissioners Soil Conservation the group. She is also assisting .
'I 1 cJU9 He is caught by the FBI, but Reports Cost Of I in forming the local unit.

Is soon turned loose, and to this ContestSet Chairman Brooks named A.M.
SchoolYewd day, he has not been found. New Pier House Speaking i McDanIel, Mrs. Dorothy Barber,

Caroline Clifton. School Editor Library Assistant Continued From Page 1 For March 23At and Mrs. Margaret Jane Deenas
Sue Cobb. to actual con. a committee to bring In a
Our assembly program Febru !i Expenses prior their recent the
I meeting, .
'I' slate of officers at the next meetIng
5, was entitled "This Atomic struction was a balance of $J,*
ary the Soil
of
supervisors Flagler
Title Behold Your Queen which will be held on February
World" and was presented by I 000.00 due on a note to extend
Conservation District set' Saturday
Author Gladys Mcdvem the Scheel & architects 27 at the Courthouse. :
Logan
It was pier
;
Mr. F. Fagan Thompson.
I II
I King Ahasuerus was going to March 23, for a meeting 9t'all I I
I by the United States $1,700.00, and miscellaneous
: sponsored married and his wife was district cooperators.The I
d Atomic Energy Commission and to get be selected from a group of labor $107.84. This bringsthe meeting will be held at Foster Memorial :
total for
to $37,481.28
by the Oak Ridge grand
was presented
; beautiful girls. the Bunnell Civic Center and re
Oak the land's most the pier building, leaving a balance I
I Institute of Nuclear Studies, This was probably the first of $518.72. freshments will be served.A "Jeanie Contest"
Ridge, Tenn. i
contest ever recorded. planned program for the
j: IP 'This Atomic World" was con. I Ir beauty This is a story of a Jewish j event will Include the District Is Set For Feb. 16
''cerned with the basic principles girl. She was chosen most beautiful AUTO TAG OFFICE Speaking Contest featuring conservation
._.of atomic energy and its beneficial in the land. It tells the WARNS OF DEADLINE speeches by high Twenty-two attractive Florida
f applications. The role of girls with fine singing voices
students of
school presentation
how
the Jews have and
problem Motor vehicle
owners ere re
the atom In agriculture, industry banker's award to the district's have qualified to participate in
they were hated. There was a minded that February 20 is the
and medicine was explained.In outstanding conservation farm. the twelfth annual "Jeanie With
law that on a certain day all i deadline for securing the 1963 auditionsto
the 1m the Brown Hair"
addition, growing Light
I and talk outstand
er, a by an
Jews to be killed.It .
the were j tags. The 1962 tags will be de.
portance of atomic research was I ing speaker to be selected. The be held at the Stephen Foster
of being
tells the good (things linquent after that date.
Memorial the Suwannee River
stressed.Mr. on
meet will get underway at 9:15A. :
and the bad of it.
a Tax Collector Dale Brown Jr.
queen
,
Thompson, who holds a M. and end at noon. A com at White Springs Saturday,
It is wonderful book. Readit
just a said today his office will remain
bachelor of science degree from February 16.,
, plete will be announced
the.. University of Alamaba, presented and see how she helps to open Saturday, February 16, un ,later.program Winner of the colorful event,
save the Jews. til 4:30: for the convenience of.
the program in such a sponsored by the Stephen Fos.
t By Library Assistant those who are not able to se
humorous way that It was enjoyed ter Memorial Commission in co
1.1 by everyone. He received Miss Carolyn Harris cure their
r special training In nuclear sci- of Music Clubs will re
11 ence, at Oak Ridge, Tenn., the If you, as a.young reader, are Organized HereThe ceive the Commission's, annual
S,M ( world famous atomic research Interested in ,a good book you Testing Time at $500 musical scholarship award
? first organization meetingfor
should read Robinson Crusoe by
I'' center. and the coveted "Jeanie crown.
'I' Defoe. It tells about wheneverhe Junior CollegeAll the Flagler County Unit of I Four runners-up will receive
was going home from his the American Cancer Societywas
Linda' Kay Black has enrolled plantation and his shop was Daytona Beach Junior Col. held Tuesday evening at 1 $200 scholarships presented by
in school from DeLand JuniorHlgh individuals and organizations,
our
wrecked In a storm. He madeit lege evening students who have the Courthouse, County Chair.
?
School. Linda lives Miss Thelma A. Boltin
on
to an Island and he was there earned less than 24 semester man Homer Brooks said today.Dr. ] special
AlA and is in homeroom director at the memorial
North I events ,
\ for a great number of years. To hours of college credit and who W. W. Shildecker, pathologist
7A.The find out what happened on that I have not yet completed testing of the Halifax Hospital' announced.
Club Inducted Ann Jenkins
Beta seven Rebecca Orlando,
island read Robinson Crusoe requirements are to report on of Daytona Beach, was guest
new members during an as soon. campus at 6:30: tomorrow night, speaker and told of the educa who won last year's top honors,
sembly on February 6. The new I is not eligible to compete again,
Library Assistant according to George Berton, act. tional program as well as the
members Dianne Greene but will be welcomeher
are present to
Charlie Bratcher. In? director of student personnel. service program carried on by
12th Jennie Bennett 11th other former
Five
grade; successor.
Testing Is required of evening the Cancer Society.
Buzzy McKnlght, Heidi in the event will
grade; Swiss mothers in the Cantonof frosh, Berton said, but. they do Mrs. Nell Riggs, District Five participants
Eisenbach, Kandyce Lovell, Ma. Valals carry their babies on not prevent college division en I Representative of the American I I I compete again.
rie Fleurie, and Gloria' Johnston, Judges are three prominent
top of their heads. trance. Cancer Society, also spoke to
10th grade. I l out of state musical experts.


Betty Crocker Award V


\I ,' Is'' Won By Sue Cobb CHEVROLET TRUCK QUALITY

.. Melba Sue Cobb is winner

from Bunnell High School in the,i
1963 Betty Crocker search for the
,
American Homemaker of Tomor
: 'SJ
row. She thus becomes eligiblefor

one of 102 scholarships witha
total value of $110,000.

Having scored first in her anF
\ school 'In the knowledge and 4a4 t.a'4' dF s. N w'.. .

x atltude test on homemaking given

r senior girls December 4, the + rIr a ..Pa -

f .. winner's paper has been entered
In competition with those of

l other, state high school winners
i for statewide honors. I

The State Homemaker of Tomorrow *
will be named in the

spring. She will receive a $1,500

scholarship' from General Mills,
sponsor of the program. A $500
r. award will be made to the sec. \\
ond highest ranking homemakerIn
I the state. The school of each

I state winner will receive a set
/ I
of Encyclopaedia BrItannica

I Later, State Homemakers of
Tomorrow with their advisors

will enjoy an expense paid edu i
( cational tour of New York City, _

Washington, D. c., and Colonial \
1 Wllllamsburg, Va., which will T Wv y yc
culminate with the naming of
,11\\ the 1963 All-Amerlcan Home You can see the difference wherever you lookIf
maker of Tomorrow.

t I The national winner's scholarship you believe various makes of trucks are pretty side panels are double-walled; you might dent the
will be raised to $5,000, with much alike, you aren't doing Justice to your pocketinside but it won't show through.
second, third and fourth place book. There are differences. Chevrolet designs suspension systems to fit your
",winners being granted $4,000, A Chevrolet truck welcomes comparison. Look at need. The light-duty type is strong on comfort.the .
,.'$3,000 and $2,000 scholarships little things on it-latches, hinges, stitching in Another kind for heavier trucks stiffens up as you
j respectively. the upholstery. Notice how strong the tailgate is, the increase your load and vice versa. Make sense?
rubber encased chains that keep it from sagging. If you are going to need a new truck this year,
The body floor is made of select wood to eliminate you should look at the quality Chevrolet has to offer.

i THE BOOK NOOK the rust problem and give you better footing.The lower May we bring over a new '63 so you can examine it?

2 NEW CYLINDER ENGINE I
F TITLE THE GREAT IMPOSTER

AUTHOR Robert Ctichton New High Torque 230-cu.-in. New High M'orqur 92-cu.-ln.
; This 1* the story of Ferdinand Six Is lighter but more power- Six-most powerful truck 6 mI r
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Waldo Demara, Jr., who has a 6
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Identity. The unusual thing about lighter models. COSTLESS

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