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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 21, 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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I , VOLUME 51, NO. 7 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1963 $2.50 A'YEAR-
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, High School I I FLAGLER BEACH I Southern Bell Has I FLAGLER BEACH i City Commission

STUDENTS VISITPLANETARIUM DOG LICENSESARE
Honor Roll For Missile GuidanceFilm I Candidates Now
I NOW DUE I

Third Six WeeksFourth The fifth and sixth grades of For ShowingEver Flagler Beach Town Clerk Vir_ Are Qualifying.

Tucker, Flagler Beach Elementary School I wonder how a missile ginia Sullivan reminds all dog, Levi Brannam, Sr.,' and IL -V.
grade-Elayne Robertson took a fascinating trip into ,traveling over 15,000 miles an owners that the new dog tags Peavy have qualified to run for
Kirk Robertson, Greg ,
Kim Lawton,1 I space via the Rice Planetarium hour could be guided precisely and licenses are now due. I reelection as members of the
,
Kay Perryman
Mike Kelley, Minnie Deen, Chip at Stetson University last Wed. I to a target that may be more I Dog owners are asked to bring City Commission of Bunnell in

Johnston, John Geller, Joy Lee, nesday. than 6,000 miles awayi The I! certificates showing when the I. the March 5th election.

John Richard Jones, Betty Louise The Planetarium, under the I answer is given in an entertain. {rabies shots were given so the Two seats on the Commission
Steflik. 1 direction of Dr. Ashcraft, is an ing new animated film Just re new tags and licenses may be I are up for election this year.
created !,leased by Southern Bell, according issued. : ends
time
I excellent artificially Qualifying Friday,
Fifth grade-Donna Spicer, to Buck Moore, district :
the
universe, showing many..of ? the 22nd.
j
Beth Mathfcrly' Jack, Baker, Lin known miracles of our I manager for Southern Bell. I I I

da Church] Cynthia Hinson. Group trips can be galaxY'j i The film: Is.called "A Missile X-Ray Unit Will George Wlckllne, Dave Dob-

Sixth grade-Glyn Carle, John by contacting Dr. 'Named Mack." In simple terms, I son; and Charles Rockett have
Cody, Robbie Creal, James Rob. it tells the "how" of the command Return for Retake qualified to run for the post of
ertson, Nancy Hargett, Charles I guidance system for ballistic r Mayor of Flagler Beach in the

Clegg, Ha) King, Mary Anne Funeral Services 'i missiles which the Bell 27-28 March 5 election.
February
Stefllk, Carol Lynda Townsend' ,! I System developed for the government I I Three city commissioners anda l
Colleen Tucker. The Flagler County Health mayor are up for election this
Seven grade-Linda Bell, Held, Saturday Department has set February 27- year. At press time, no candidates
Sue Broadaway, Darrell Britt, For Ernest ButeuxFuneral I One of the most accurate and 28 as the date for the retakesof had qualified for the city
widely used methods of guiding commission seats.
Ben Cannon, Hewitt Dupont, I - the Chest X-rays.
Linda services were held space vehicles yet devised, Qualifying time ends at 5 o'
Rusty Improta, Knight, Due to a faulty x-ray used
Linda McNab, Tony Parker, David for Ernest Buteux Saturday afternoon I'i the command guidance system by one unit they have set the II I clock February 28. The deadlinefor
Richardson, Wesley Thomas, at 3 o'clock from the is making healthy contributionsto following time and places for, registering to vote is 5 o' \
Joan Wilson. Flagler Beach Methodist Church. both the nation's' defense and the retakes next week clock tomorrow, February '22. t
Seven grade-Patty Robbie, The Rev. Reynold Hoover, pas. ':its pace research programs. For Wednesday February 27, the Terms expiring this' year are I
Elaine Tidwell. < tor, officiated. Interment fol. 'I example, more than half of the I Unit will be at the Lehigh Port I Thomas Duncan, Leonard Moody I

Eight grade Linda Skolar, lowed a t Hope Cemetery.Mr. U.S. satellites officially listed I land Cement plant from 1 to 4 and Harry Treadwell.Roundtable .

Ann Hugas, Ann Bourne, John Buteux, a resident of as in orbit were guided there P.M. From 5 to 8 P. M. !the unit
nie Ruth Miller, Kathy Emery, I I by the command guidance sys For
Flagler Beach, passed away ternI will be aft Cooler's store in Espamola. -
Barbara Pache Janice Seale, .
Wednesday evening at a Pa
Vickie King. latka Hospital, following an ill 1 The system was developed Thursday, February 28, from County Proposed
Eight grade Catherine ness of several months. He wasa I I originally by Bell Telephone 1 to 4 P. M. they will retake at'
Stanish, Patricia Lingold, Arthur native of England but had I Laboratories under a prime oon the Flagler Beach Post office. At Legion Meeting
'tract held the Western Electric
Ford. by
made his home in the United! From 5 to 8 the same afternoonand I. J, Hudson, past president of
Ninth-A grade Isabel Greene, Company, the Bell. System'smanufacturing
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will be
evening they at St.
States since 1907. He had own the Putnam County Roundtablewas
Stanford Robertson Linda Weaver and supply arm;
,
I. Johns Park Community Hall.AH .
ed, built and operated the Hill guest speaker at the American
I Work began in 1955. The Titan
Margie Blakely, Betty Lynn
those holding cards numbered
endale Golf Course in Ithaca, Legion Post 115 meeting
Bourne One is :now operational stand'ing -
N. Y., from'1933 !to 1945; He was|' 3.1 through 3.369 are requested Monday night.Representatives.
Tenth grade Theresa HUlaS, ready to defend the U.S., tfl have retakes ''at :onE I
I a winter visitor here in 1941and < from, other ,
Steve Neely, Heidi 'El: el ba t1, ,returned in194S' toresidepermanently. 'The;basi 5ncept of.the: command ol'these'-places. The Health Department .. clubs, and civic organizationswere

Walter Tawpsend'Candy'1lV l r lie was 79 yearsof guidance system. Is guid and the TB and Health' invited to attend the ,
Cynthia Cobb, Ida Allen, Mary age. He was a member of ance of a space vehicle duringthe Committee of Flagler Committeeare meeting to hear Mr. Hudson ex
Pache, Gloria Johnston. I the Palatka Masonic Lodge and powered portion of its, fight also urging all those who plain the organization and purpose -
Eleventh grade-Robert Hos- .the Ormond Beach Elks Club. ((about the first five minutes) missed the chest xrays when of the Roundtabje. Those
kins, Nell Johnston, Gloria He had served as a memberof by radio commands from the they were here 'before to havean present will take this informa {
:Moore, David Sheffield.. the Town Commission in ground. Most of the complex I It I r x-ray made on one of these tlon to their organizations to I

Flagler Beach. He had also equipment involved remains on days. see if (they are interested In :
Soil Conservation served as' mayor of Interlachen.He t'the ground meaning less weight I forming a Roundtable,
I II
was Flagler Beach building and, of course, less expense In. Lee Drazba Heads I Representatives from the Bun
Speaking Contest inspector at the time of his volved in ithe missile itself. nell P.T. A., Band Parents,
death. ,I Colorful animation plus a Liquor RetailersLee I Junior Woman's Club, Rotary,
Set for March 23At The Ormond Beach Elks Club I first person narration by "Mas I Lions, Chamber of Commerce,
I' held a memorial service at the the missile" help "A Missile Drazba was elected president Business and Professional Club,
the February meeting, su Craig Chapel on Friday evening.The Named Mac" tell a technical at the annual meeting of Idlewood Club and the Legion
pervisors of the Flagler Soil Bunnell Masonic Lodge conducted story in a highly entertaining the Flagler County Retail Liquor Post. '

Conservation District set prizesof the graveside services. I fashion. I Dealers, held at the Flagler In a short business session
$15, 10, and $5 for the top Active pallbearers were Roy This ICmm film runs eight Beach Hotel Bar Wednesday I the Post voted to purchase a
three speakers in (the district's McNab, Earl Nickelsom, Robert minutes and is in full color.! night.Ed flag and first aid kit for the
annual speaking contest. Craig, Edward Webb, Andrew It's available free of charge for Blelejeskl was elected as Brownie Troop.Annual .
The finals of the contest .will Wilder and Thomas Duncan. showing to church, school and treasurer and Evelyn Walterswas

be held Saturday, March 23, at Honorary pallbearers were mem civic groups. Organizations interested named recording secretary.The .
the district's cooperator meetingto bers of the Elks Club No. 2193. in showing the film outgoing president was CabbageBall
be held at the Bunnell Civic Survivors Include his widow, may make arrangements thru named chairman of the board.
Center. Mrs. Margaret A. Buteux; a son, their local telephone business Several interesting civic projects Date Set

The subject of the speech this Ernest C. Buteux, Seattle, Wash.; office. were proposed and will be
year, as selected by the speakIng I two sisters Mrs. Carrie Sparks, discussed and voted on at the For March 30

contest committee of the Pasadena, Calif., and Mrs.-Ethel I Revival Services I next meeting of the association. March 30th has been set for

Florida Association of District Larkin, London, England; two j the 13th Annual Cabbage Ball,
Supervisors, will be 'Develop.. brothers, Bill Buteux Flagler I To Be ContinuedThe B & P CLUB MEETS members of (the Country Club

ment of Resources Through Beach, and Elbert Buteux, London AT 8 TONIGHTThe announced today.
"
Small Watersheds. Revival Services at the
and six grandchildren. Tony Arrlenda and 'orchestra
The contest is open to any boy Craig Funeral Home of Bun First Methodist Church of Bun Business and ProfessionalClub of Jacksonville will furnish the
or girl regularly enrolled in the nell was in charge of arrange nell will continue through the will meet tonight at 8 o' :music for the Ball. They lure
Bunnell High School,' seventh mends morning and evening services, I clock at the Civic Center. recently played at the Robert I
(through twelfth grades.,Research Rev. W. L. Spicer, Sr., said today. I Dorothy Watts, of the Trust Meyers Hotel and the Florida.
material for preparation of The Revival was scheduled to II Department of the Commercial Yacht Club there.
speeches may be obtained In McKinley Andrews close on Friday evening but Bank, will be guest speaker for The Country Club sponsoredthe

the school library or at the local I I McKinley A. Andrews, 65, a plans were made to continue the evening. She will speak on Cabbage Ball each!year :and
Conservation Service office in Beach through Sunday night. There I Personal Development. the
winter visitor to Flagler the proceeds are used on
the county courthouse. from LaCygne, Kan. died Sunday I will be no service on Saturday Hostesses for the evening will Club's Civic and Charity proj
afternoon at Flagler Clinic and evening. be Mrs. Leona Eisenbach and I I ects.
CIGARETTE TAX Hospital. I Rev. JImmie Rose is the Mrs. Naomi Rodgers. Mr*. Ellssa TUton said tickets
evangelist for the services.
and reservations may be so
DISTRIBUTIONDecember lie was born in Linn County,
I YOUTH COUNCIL 7-3540
cured by calling ID or
cigarette tax distribution Kan., and came to Flagler WOMAN'S CLUB
ID 73517.
BOARD TO MEETA
to Flagler county municipalities Beach six weeks ago. I SPONSORS GAMES
PARTY FRIDAY called meeting of the Boardof
is announced by Richard *
Survivors include his wife, JUNIOR CLASS TO
Flagler Beach Woman's Club Directors of the Flagler County
B. Keating, director of the I I
Mrs. L. Y.
daughter,
a
Mary; I Council will be held HOLD CAR WASHThe ,,1
Youth
State Beverage Department, collection Mrs. is sponsoring a games party .
Cry, Japan a stepdaughter
; 22 at this afternoon at 645. Junior Class of the Bun.
agency for the tax. The Sue Johnson, Merritt Island; anda I Friday night, February I Saturday :
following amounts were distributed Otis : the Woman's Club building on Mrs. Peggy King said the I nell High School will hold a
brother, LaCygne.
: Central Avenue. meeting will be held at the car wash on Saturday, March 2,

Beverly Beach, $93.26 The body will be sent ,to La 'There will be games, prizes, Civic Center, and all members.I from 9a.m.to5p.m.at Peter ,
Bunnell, $2,034.07.( Cygne for service and burial. I refreshments, end the public Is are urged to attend. Parents are son' Texaco Station.
Flagler Beach $507.19. Craig Funeral Home is In invited to attend. Proceeds! will also urged. to attend this meet.big. Proceeds will be used by the

Marfneland, $50.68. charge.. be used on dub projects. class on their projects.a .


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l\. _TWO _.-_ _ __ _THE_--.-FLAGLEK_ -__ TiUBuNE, BUNNELL!: FLOItllM. Thursday. Feb. 21, 1963
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Clearwater Bombers of Clearwater i week to give them the St. Johns dians the following night. Quen-
Fla., have won the world:I River Conference championship. Continued To Page 6I
title six times in the past 29
!ISP0R7 years. They have won the title The girls downed Taylor on I
f five times in the past nine years/Wednesday 36.31, as Barbara PETERSON TEXACO
and they are the present world's I Weaver hit for 24 points. Then I I I SERVICEROAD
I Lon Saturday they came back to I
champs. We expect to show the I SERVICE
wmvmBy :' > 1962 world softball championship beat Keystone Heights 40-30, as'I i Mechanical
I game in April. I have I I Sharon Townsend sank 14 points. 'I Light Phone 437.3441 Work
I Bunnell
Both of and
these girls Beverly
( Leslie Pache) I boys who are infielders should made arrangement to secure the I
films. j Cummins were named to the
Last Saturday our two films j see them. First, "Infield Play i all-conference squad for the I...
were very good and Instructional.The .'I at First and third, and second I s Puppeteers.The RCA VJCTOR
film with catching stars I PUPPETEERS LIVING COLOR
Is SWEEPTOURNAMENT TV
one "Double
Play Kings of
had Berra, Bill I varsity boys beat Crescent
Yogi Dickey, and ,Baseball." We in FOR "LOOK POll TUB 1'ICTlTltK
are spring City Thursday but were IN TUB WINDOW"
on
Del Crandal, showing the ST
boys
'training the OHNS CONFERENCE CROWN Southern Radio
next two weeks. & Television
forced to out of the tournament
the ?Hoer. way of catching. drop : .
I Schedules will be made before i 22 E Oranada-Ph. OR 7-2001
up (By Buzzy McKnight) on Friday, as Callahan ORMOITU
This week we expect to show the
month is out.
The Puppeteers brought home::won over them and then lost
two of our films after school. All The
world's
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Thursday, Feb. 21, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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bad at best Not infrequently a
Health Board
I ship with a mixed crew from QUANTITY RIGHTS

several countries has trouble at

Warns PublicOn sea, members of the crew are RESERVED '

rescued and brought to Florida

SmallpoxThe ports. No matter how vigilant

State Board of Health today port authorities are, \B person. IPRICES\ { t
with detection
smallpox can escape
warned Floridians that a GOOD
until too late. i
false sense of security "is lead. Feb. 2122.23 1063
"
ing them down a potent ally : "A person can have smallpoxand

dangerous path toward smallpox i not realize It before 8 to 14

epidemic." days. At this time he developsa Buy i

high fever. But not until 4 or
Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, assls
5 days later does he break out STORE HOURS:
tant state health officer and act. i
In the rash characteristic of the
: Weekdays8100 to 7:00 .1
Ing director of the Bureau of

Preventable Diseases said The disease. Saturdays-8:00 to 9:00SHELTON'S

fact that we have had no smallpox "There have been a numberof

cases in many years had smallpox cases recently In

led citizens to forego vaccina- various parts of the world-and GROCERY

tions. This is a very risky situ- :a few months ago New York had'

ation. a scare. Many false vaccination

"Florida is of the are Issued in some other coun
perhaps one U. S. Flavor Aged Choice World' Best
most susceptible states becauseof tries.

the numerous avenues by "The disease Is highly con Ground I
5
which smallpox can enter the taglous. It can be spread by Beef $1"

state. One infected person can dust particles, a cough or sneeze, STEAKS Lb 89* ts.

spread (the disease to hundreds most certainly by personal con

before doctors even suspect he tact, and even by remote con

might have smallpox. This very trol-by a letter or other such let Cut

thing happened In another state articles from an infected person. U. S. Flavor Aged ChoiceChuck

when a wounded soldier was "Almost every victim Is caned Pork th.

flown back from Korea. for life. One victim in five dies. Steaks. < Chops 49*

'The tremendous air travel! All this can be prevented If 59 .

into Miami one of the nation'slargest everyone will get his vaccina

air ports-poses a con. tlon and repeat it every five

stant threat. Members of (the i years." Plate Lean Meaty Pork :

armed forces are often flown Into -. I

Florida from a foreign coun.l. Subscribe for The Flogtot TrlbtuiZ50 ."' Neck

try where health are I $ A Year In Advance STEW 29' Bones Lbs. 29"

ORMOND PRESCRIPTION

CLASSIFIEDADS PHARMACYSick

Room Supplies-Sundrles



Free 24-Hour Rt Delivery HOSPITAL AlA Prescription 1 in mi.SUPPLIES Flagler North Service of Beach L 9 SaleLARGE

ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR T-lll Gigantic I
Ustfage me r tkU )headla ana
cent pr word each ....rtl... FOR BIDS
n eent U ......... chare. Sealed REQUEST bids will be received In
the office of the City Clerk of the
WANTED-Good used 24-inch City of Bunnell Florida, in the
boys bicycle. Phone ID 73410. Civic Center Building, on or before
12:00: o'clock noon on the 4th day;
Feb. 21.2tc of March A.D., 196S. for one (1) SIZE MAXWELL HOUSE Winter Garden 10 Oz.
1.000 gallon gasoline tank and
pump installed, regular gas oil,
ESSO STATION FOR and grease.
Each bid shall be addressed to
LEASE the City Commissioners Bunnel. FAB PIES
Florida The City Commissioner Coffee
Financial assistance for responsible reserve the right to reject any and ,
all bids and also to accept the bid :
party.
that In its Judgment will be for the
Humble Oil & Refining Co. best Interest of the City Of Bun '.

Phone Daytona Beach 255.3351 nell WITNESS Florida.my hand and official Apple-Cherry ,
Feb. 21ttfOPPORTUNITY seal this 12th day of February, ;:
A. D. 1963.C. gc iib. m
B. EISENBACH Mayor Euck
open for $97.50 City of Bunnell, Florida.

per week man. Age 25 to 59 Also ATTEST Nancy:C. Rodgers, City Clerk. Tin
have opening for seml-retired February 14-21-2to
Save 24c
man. (Would consider lady 40 IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OFFIAGIKH
COUNTY, FLORIDA
to 60.) Route sales. For personal IN CHANCERY NO. 43K4 Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or Limit Two

interview in your community,. OLLIE B WEEKS. Plaintiff. More Food Order More Food Order Please
write J.H. McGarity P.O. Box

627 Williston, Florida. PATRICIA ?'WEEK.

Feb. 143tSEPTIC NOTICE TO Defendant REFUND Country Patties s Campbell'sOLEO

THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
TANK CLEANING at PATIUCIA O WEEKS 9C TOMATO SOUP
9C
Place of residence and .., ea.
reasonable prices. Call George Post Office address unknownYou
Jarosz ID 73410. are hereby notified that M- Limit Two Limit Three
suit has been filed against you In
1.24-7.25 p. the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your an Butternilk
wer with the Clerk of this Court, Pillsbury Cello
WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus. and to serve a copy thereof upon
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, BISCUITS 9C
whose name and address Is: ... CARROTS 9C
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. MAURICE WAGNER ." pkr.
144 Burlelgh Avenue Limit Four
Aug 30-tfc Holly lull Floridanot

later than :March 11, A. D. 1963.If New Crop SWEET ....
FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We you fall to do so, decree pro- All Flavor 3 oz. '
onfcsso will be entered against '$&* :
will fill your tank or we will you for the relief demanded In the POTATOES 9C
furnish you with a tank. Call bill of complaint. The nature of JELLO 9C *
i, aid suit being for divorce. ea.
. Harris & Gas.
Appliance Co.
at
WITNESS my hand and anal of Limit Three Fla.
I ID 7-3367 Bunnell Florida. aid Court this 4th day of February -
A. D. 1963. '
Aug. 30ticEXPERT (Official Real B. A. SMYTHK Jim Dandy CABBAGE I
Clerk of said Circuit Court tb 9C
REPAIR SERVICEOn By Julia R. Harvey

TV, Radios Hi-Fi, Sewing I Feb. 'I-14.21-2I-4te Deputy Clerk. QUICK GRITS ea.9C

Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and Shurfine 1D 70z.
HT TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
all small appliances. All work KLAUI.KR (;COUNTY FLORIDA showboat 300
guaranteed. Ormond Hardware I* CIIANCKRY NO. 4570PAUL : SPAGHETTI 9c

5ft W. Granada next 7.Eleven SEMONEIT. r ea.
Plaintiff, PORK & BEANS 9C .78
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677. JANE". ea. ,
LILA SEMONEIT. Limit Four oz.
4414. May 17-tfc Defendant.

NOTICE TO DEFEND
Ocean front housekeeping apartments TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Herahey'.5 oz. MUSTARD ea.9C
LILA JANE SEMONEIT
1 and 2 bedrooms compete I 2 Little Street Limit Two '
with linens and all utilities. :Matawan New Jersey CHOC SYRUP ea.9C ,
You are hereby notified that a
Sun deck, fishing, swimming, suit has been filed against you in
the and Red Bird Imitation
above entitled cause you
loafing. Day, week or month. are hereby required to answer
rlhr.o'go Dole 211 Can PINEAPPLE
with the Clerk ,
Sun Sea Manor Flagler Beach.
and to serve a copy thereof upon VIENNA SAUSAGE
HE 9.2082 7-6tf the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, JUICE C
whose name and address Is: 9
Ray SeMen ea. Limit Four
Beiden Building
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Daytona Beach, Florida I
I
not later than March 5, A. D. 19(3.
BEACH REALTY CO. ,I confesso If you fall will to be do entered no, decree against pro 50 FREETOP 25 FREETOP 50 FREETOP

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, you for the relief demanded In the
WATER FRONT, FARMS, bill of complaint. The nature of VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
said suit being for divorce.
ACREAGE WITNESS my hand and seal of With Purchase of with the purchase of With $5.00 or more
aid Court this IJth day of January Food Order
See us for TOUT real estate need A. D. mi Schick Reg. or Korona SizeCANNED
(Official Any and this Coupon at
Office Phone HE 9-2242 E. A.SeYT1t'm Blades 98c pkg. HAM
Residence. Phones ID 73691or Clerk of said Circuit Court SHELTON'S GROCERY
,BT ,Ju lla B. Harvey Void 2-23-63 Void 223-63
ID 7-3517 R frDeputy: Clerk. Coupon Coupon Coupon Void 2-23-63
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PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 21, 1963

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I +Jtaater 0 Beach I THE RACE 0 IS ON



t BAPTIST GIRLS ters, Mrs. Margaret Moody, Flag I I
TO FLAGLER FOOD STORE
ATTEND MEETINGS ler Beach; Mrs. Marie Hood, : EVERYONE IS RACING

The YWA Girls of the Baptist Renova; Mrs. Elizabeth Kirk of !
Church attended the St. Johns Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Dorothy -| TO SAVE ON QUALITY FOODS I
AssocIational meeting last Tues Leeks, Torrence, Calif.; Mrs. '
day evening at the Ancient City Jane Kacon of Chicago, 111.; I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

Baptist Church In St. Augustine.'' three sons, Jack, Joe, and Bill
laul D. Carmichael, Jr., was of Renova. Also surviving are
guest speaker preceding a Valentine .I' 14 grandchildren. ALL OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S. CHOICE BEEF-


Mrs. supper.Robert Rummil'accom NATURALLY AGED, GUARANTEED TENDER
I I MEETINGOF
FEBRUARY
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panted the group attending who
GARDEN CLUB

were Springer: ,Judy Elaine Stryker: Fralley, Diane and Mrs. Lucy Fueling was hostessat II ARMOUR STAR Whole or Ik ARC
the February meeting of the HAMS
Nancy Fleurle. Judy is president
Garden Club with Mrs. John III *JY
of the and St. Johns also the YWA State Associational Clark as hostess. Following I Tender Smoked Shank Half

dessert lunch, Mrs. Sarah Mar.
a
YWA vice president. She is the I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Judson tel presided over the meeting. I CENTER CUT HAM SLICES Lb. 79?
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Stryker,Sr., of Flagler Beach The District Director, Mrs.J. .
G. Eoutzahn, told of the many
and is employed by the News.
Journal. things that are being accomplished U. S. Choice; Fresh Small Lean Meaty :..-

the The afternoon GA girls at met the earlier Calvary In of value by to Garden the State.Clubs She that pre.are Sirloin Lb. SPARE .

Baptist Church in St. Augustine.Mrs. sented the Club with an award Steaks 98 RIBS 49'

Willie Aaron accompaniedthe !made by the Federation of Gar
which Included den Clubs.
intermediate girls
: Marie Fleurie, Brenda She also Invited the membersto Larry's Home Made Pure Pork Palm River Sliced
Aaron, Crlsty Golien and Betty share in meetings to be held
Duncan, while Mrs. Atlee Stevens in Miami on April 29.30 end at u.
accompanied the junior girls Orange City May 15 A new I Sausage 49* BACON 49
member, Mrs. ,
which included: Eleanor Shill,I Angle Longren I..
was welcomed into the club.
Julie Brown, Vickie Moore, Vick
ie Perritt Carol Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Hannah Vogel Introducedher
guests, Mrs. S. E. Llbarn of FOLGER'S INSTANTCOFFEE HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE
Janet' Haines, Suellen Duncan
Hartford, Conn., and Mrs. R. A.
and Joyce Robinson.Mrs.
Woodruff of Grandy, Conn.
Mrs. Dorothy Burnham made SUGAR5LB.

Henry Shill was a the arrangement of the month,
Visitor of her sisters in Orlando, a Valentine theme.A .
Mrs. Harry Jennings, a former
resident of Flagler Beach. 6 Oz.
!6
military whist party will 59 39
be held at the Flagler Beach
BAPTIST CHURCH
Jar BAGLimit
Woman's Club on March 21 at
Sunday school is at 9:45 each
7:30 m. Reservations be
Sunday with worship at 11 A.M. p. may Limit 1 With $5.00 More Food Order 1 With
made by calling liE 9-1010, liE or $5.00 or More Food Order
with Rev Atlee Stevens, minis. I
9-2326, or HE 9-2083.
ter. Training Union is at 6:15:
Welch 2i/2 Size Can Royal Purple '
P.M. and evening worship is at Apple, Grape
WSCS PRESENTS


7:30.VISITS FBES: FIFTH MUESUM GRADE RECOGNITION tfan Service Womens met PROGRAMThe Society last Thursdayin of Chris. Drink 4 ca Q ns $1 1 00Red Plums 4 FOR $100 .

the Beach Methodist
Flagler
The fifth grade of the Flagler
Beach Elementary School wenton Church.A Dart 303 can Cut Italian Kraft's All Purpose Cooking
a guided tour of Potters' Wax I Recognition of New Mem. GREEN
Museum in St Augustine lost bers Ceremony was led by Mrs. Quart
week. They traveled by car and Bernie Wilson, assisted by Mrs. OIL 49'
assisting Mrs. Leonard Moody, Bob Whitney, Mrs. Keith Lovell BEANS 1O' leU I e

their teacher, were: Mrs. Ray I I and Mrs. Reynold Hoover. Each
I
Martel, Mrs. Pete Peterson, Mrs.I New members greeted In the 303 Green Giant
Charles ceremony were: Mrs. William
Bernie Wilson, Mrs.
Govens, Mrs. Roger loose, Mrs. 303 Stokley's Cream Style Golden
Meekins and and
son Happy
and Tom Duncan.METHODIST I Lester__Stanton, Mrs. Bill Chimp. FOR Peas 5FMoo
ky, Mrs. F. W. Tingley, Mrs. CORN 6 $1
I
j CHURCH Clyde Duensing, Mrs. Martin
Church school time is each Brandt and Mrs. L. H. Hardin.
Sunday at 9:45: At the regular Hostesses for the day were LENT BEGINS FEB. 27th Size l/2 Starkist Light Chunk

worship hour, 11:00 A.M., the Mrs. Hugh Arnold and Mrs. Kraft CheeseDinners
youngsters of the Church School Whitney, and Mrs. Hoover gave Tuna FOR *
will render special music. Rev. the program. Mrs. Inez Cren- Pkgs. 3 89
Reynold Hoover is minister anda shaw gave a report on the 2 39
nursery Is provided for small Smorgasbord and stated that
children. she wished to thank everyone I Kraft's Miracle
I who helped to make It a sue.


CHURCH COMMUNITY Sunday school MEMORIAL convenes at i cess.Fellowship Hall of the Com- I Shurfresh, CheeseSpread 2 Lb. 69* Whip 3:!!! 29


9:45 A.M. each Sunday with munlty Memorial Church was a LOAF Large
classes for all ages. At the 11:00A. : lively .
place last Friday afternoon
.M. hour, Rev. R. W.
worship when Hand!
Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Dickert will conclude his series BOX
Batten and Mrs. V. W. Haines '

of Means messages to a Believer.on "What" the World entertaned and primary the nursery departmentsof beginners WRAP 29 RINSO 25

the Sunday school. Limit 2 Please
Mrs. Sam Walts of DeLandwas Mrs. Batten
had
several games
a recent visitor of Mr. and planned after which a Valentine FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCEFirm

Mrs. Charles Meekins and family. motif was carried out for the 22 Oz. Winter Garden Golden RipeBANANAS
Mrs. Walts is the motherof refreshments that
were servedto Apple
Mrs. Meekins. the following: PIES Cherry For Lb. fOe
$100
3
Pammle and Britt Sheeler, Peach
ATTENDS FATHER'S Rosemary and Blllie Bross, Susan D' Anjou Oregon
FRIDAY IN 8 Oz. Four Fisherman
FUNERAL and Robin Rousse,
Craig Lbs.
PEARS
BEVOVAPENNSTLVANIAlIarry and John Wilder, Connie Me- FISH STICKS 2 For S9c Z 3ge
Perry, father of Mrs. Daniel, Joseph Miller, Donna
Margaret Moody of Flagler Fresh Raw-For Roasting
Kaufman, Becky Anderson, 19 Oz. Sara LeeCHEESE
Beach, passed away Wednesday Cindy and Karen Larsen. Also PEANUTS Lb.
evening in a Revnova, Pa., hose assisting with the party were CAKE 69e 25e
pltal after a long illness. lie wasa Mrs. Bryce Sheeler and Mrs. Just Right for the- Races

retired railroad employee, and Mlttle McKinnon.Sp. .
was 79 years of age. He was a FLAGLER FOOD
member of the Catholic Church. STOREYOUR
Funeral services were held In 4 Beverly Haines returnedto

Renova Friday with the Maxwell Ft. Rucker, Ala., Monday aft. FRIENDLY FLAGLER BEACH
Funeral Home in charge of er spending a five-day furlough GROCERY
arrangements. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.V. .I PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT., FEB. 21-22-23, 1963
Surrivors Include five daugh. W. Haines, 480 Lambert Ave.






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Thursday, Feb. 21, 1963. THE FLAGLER TOIBUNfc, BUNNELL FLORID PAGE FIVE
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Judy Lev/is and Adair Park groom. ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO I Halifax Hospital in Daytona-
I Her bouquet was a white MEET MONDAY Beech where he underwent

Exchange Marriage Vows yellow throated orchid arranged WITH MRS. DURRANCEThe surgery Friday. He is reported
I with white leaves and white Royal Neighbors will as Improving satisfactorily.
I streamers attached to a white meet Monday night at 7:30: with
I prayer book. I Mrs. Irene Durrance.Mrs. .
I Mrs. Lewis chose for her I Eugenia Allen will serveas I Orlin B. Green of Bunnell has

; daughter's wedding a stone blue Installing officer and will been transferred to the Walter

Tepe Jacket gown. Her accessories stall new officers of the In'l I Reed Hospital in Washington
r were bone and her flowers All members are urged to D. c., for further medical treatment .
was a white orchid corsage. tend this meeting. He has been a patient
Mrs. Park was attired in a I II I I at the Navy Base Hospital In

.I mauve silk linen jacket gown I Mrs. Mike Koczwanskl was in j I (Continued on page 8)

:and dyed to match accessories. DeLand recently where she took YrI'r'J'Il'rhlV'N

9 Let hat was a matching flower the examination for her citizenship r O. F. ALFORD
..at. Her flowers was a white papers. Marie was a citizen Registered
4
chId corsage. of Germany and was married
-4L4 Following the ceremony, Mr. to Mike during the time he Real Estate BrokerBunnell

;nd Mrs. Lewis entertained the] was stationed there with .the *
redding party and guests at a U. S. Armed Forces. She said , Florida ,

eceptlon in the Church parlours. she is very hapy that she has :

Presiding at the punch bowl i passed the examination and is ;
were Mrs. Paul Mercer and Mrs. \looking forward to receiving her LIGHT BULLDOZINGFill

net Shields. Mrs. David Lewis |I full citizenship papers in the'I Dirt, Building Sand Shell
.r nd Mrs. D. E. Heyder, sister in I near future. The Koczwanskls

< wand sister:;of the bride cut operate the Bunnell Apartmentsand ARTHUR (Sonny WILSONHE

,.; .:, ite cake. Passing favors were business building on Moody 9.23S7-Flagler Beach
;." \.9\ .Irs. James Crews Mrs. Marvin Blvd. and Railroad St.
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d'' j.' :rfckland, and Miss Glenda Lea _
k <,. .
;, \ tl : U
:r' '.-' aunght. Circulating hostesses Mrs. Jessie Way has moved PAL PARKER'S
'Y'\O. .!re Mrs. Herbert Allen, Mrs. from
Deen Road
;,; to Korona Automotive Specialty
'I ., I Walter Morris, Mrs. H. O. Orem,
( 'if; where she is making her home DIIAKK4 HICLIVEI) '
, t-!,. :': and Mrs. Harry Murray. with her son and daughter in FonD.cumVllo IMUT1 ANn LET.lt.LA. 'INC'I
Keeping the bride's book were law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Way. Theyare OTIIK1IH '111.113O
Mrs. John Lee Fox, aunt of the residing on Old Dixie High : Mason Ave.
.
groom, and Mrs. Marvin Parker. way in the former home of G. W.
'I Out of town guests included: Strickland, where she would -'" .

I From Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr. welcome her friends. Her tele I 1
I and Mrs. Claude A. Park, Jr., phone number is ID 73796. Community
mother and father of the groom,
Miss Judith Clyde Lewis be. proto who the "Weddingtayer" j Memorial Church
sang I Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Fox, Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Jimmie Rose
came the bride of Mr. Claude at the close. Ray Mer- 1ater.denominatlaal
and Mrs. Wilson Mr.
Wayman and children, David and Debbie
Adair Park, III, of New Orleans, organls!
c was AIR CONDITIONED
and Mrs. Vernon Ayre and of
Lexington, Ky., arrived last
La. In an impressive candlelight Mrs. James Ti':icy as matronof daughter Anna. weekend and are stopping at I Daytona Av..
ceremony Sunday afternoon, honor wore a lake turquoise
the Mil-Ton- Motel. Rev. Rose is FLAGLER BEACH
February 17, at the First Baptist velvet street length gown designed From Miami, Fla., Mr. and
Church of Bunnell The pas. I ; along the princess lines.er Mrs. D. E. Heyder and son Tracy, :the evangelist for the revival Sunday School 10:00: A. M.
tor,nev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., officiated : headpiece was a short over and Miss Lynn Orem. I this week at the First Method. Church Service 11:00: A.M.
I' 1st Church of Bunnell.O. .
in ,the double ring cere the face veil attached to a'', From St. Augustine Mrs. Pearl I ft. W. DlCKERTt Pt.torHVKIIYONH
mony. I white fur headband. She carried Nauright Glenda Lea Naurlght, ( WKI.COMK
The bride is the daughter of I I a white fur muff with a pink Miss Beth Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. K. Herr is a patient in the \ ,_ ..aI -...:

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis of carnation corsage attached. James Tracy. --

Bunnell. She Is a graduate of Melanie Cody, cousin of the
From Peekeepsie, N. Y., Mr.
Bunnell High School, class of bride, was flower girl and she and Mrs. Michael Dalbro. 'I NOTICENotice
1960, and is a senior student also wore a dress Identical to
From DeLand, Fla., Mr. and
nurse at Charity Hospital School the matron of honor's. She car.
Mrs. P. R. Unkefer and Mr. end
of Nursing in New Orleans. Mr. tied a white basket of pink rose is election
Mrs. Henry "Myers f hereby given that a municipal
Park is the son of Mr. and Mrs. petals. From DeLand Mrs. Hugh Lun will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on

C. A. Park, Jr., of Chattanooga, Baskets of 'white gladiolia, gren. Tuesday, the tth: day of March, A. D. 1963, for
Tenn. He is a graduate of Tyner chrysanthemums, stock, potted the purpose of electing two City Commissioners,
High School Chattanooga, and From Daytona Beach Fla.,
palms, and branched candelabra: and all persons desiring to have their names
had two years of study at Car. Miss Annie Marie Messervey.From .
printed the official ballots candidatesare
i formed the setting for the wed. upon as
son-Newman College and at. ding Washington, D. C., Mrs. required to file written notice of their
party.
tended Grantham School of George E. Ficklin, Mrs. Louis intention to be candidates in the office of the
Electronics in Washington D.C. The bride given in marriageby Hagenman and John Petrie. City Clerk on or before the 22nd of February,
He Is now employed as New Orleans her father, chose for her wed From New Smyrna Beach, Fla., A. D. 1963.
Communications Maintainer ding a whit velvet gown fashioned Don Miller, and J. Hellman. I
with the Southern Railroad on princess lines with From Seville Fla., Mr1 W. E. Notice is further given that the registrationbooks
System. long sleeves which ended In a Dixon and Miss Bonnie Dixon. of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now
Mr. Park had as his best man point over the hand. The round From Jacksonville, Fla., Mr. open for registration of voters to and including the
his father. Ushers were Vernon neckline had an embroidered and Mrs. E. E. Anglln and son, 22nd day, until 4:30: p. m., of February, A. D.

Ayers and his uncle, John Lee design in tiny seed pearls. Her Johnnie Mrs. Jack Hardin and 1963.

Fox. Serving as ringbearer was fingertip veil of Imported Illusion son Greg.
Jeff Crews. and Chantllly lace was Mrs. NANCY C. RODGERS
Soloists were Benny Black who attached to a crown of seed
sang "I Love You Truly" and pearls. She wore a single strandof City Clerk

"Because," and Mrs. Russell.. Inv I, pearls, a .gift. of the bride. To Whom It May January 31 February" 714.214tc
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GO mDBANGOLP@GAS ConcernI


Carolyn Ross, as of this
/ date will not be responsiblefor 24 HourWrecker
ServiceFlagler ]
any bills made by Terry 'iV

Ross or any checks signed by

anyone else but me, even Truck & Tractor Co

though the bank runs them
MASSEY.FERGUSON
through my >account.: Neither
Grove Farm Industrial
will my parents, Mr. and Mrs. Equipment

J. D. Preston. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-2242

CAROLYN ROSS Owner Bunnell, Florida
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is the ideal farm fuel; its many uses I Agent MAKES For SERVICE )|
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include: fuel for tractors, brooder heat; dries hay; I' ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
1 RCA & PHILGO
irrigation water, and sterilizes milk. Fora
pumps ,r Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. WeT
free LP-GAS farm estimate, call us today. I TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
We have 2 Factory Gas Servicemen. I AND INSTALLED experience. II!
TUBES TESTED FREE }

A Harris Appliance & Gas i iII Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

s... r..w.n..r TV Bob } Garcia Funeral HomeP.

_ LJ Ale. 7.3367 Bunnell I FLACLEB BEACH E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director i

PHONE HS 9-2204 LADY ASSISTANT

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 21, 1963

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of ]soil problems which are too big wide variety of uses some of I!accurately. I

Development to be handled by Individual them so amazing as to surpass I It would provide a far more ]1!

WatershedAs landowners. The landowners belief. I accurate means tracking( sat rJSPOR7S

Flagler make an application to the Secretary ellites. Laser could convert electricity I
Laser Is the simplest possible
questions continue to come of Agriculture for assist into light beams send J NOTES. "
kind of light it contains onlya
,ance. The application is made -
In on the Flagler County Watershed ing them long distances. Its --
single color and hence all its
Project, we will do our best|through legally organized bodies,I Ij beams might be used to destroy:i Continued From Page 2
j In this case the Flagler County I waves are identical In length missiles
to 'answer them: In fight 1 I
Commissioners and the Flagler whereas sunlight is a disorderly tin Emery and Harry' Kuleskl

Is the Haw Creek Watersheda I Soil Conservation District Super mixture of many colors each These are but a few of the i were named to the all-confer

Federal Project Definitely not visors. with a different wave length, future uses that scientists see ence squad for Bunnell.WEDNESDAY .

The Haw Creek Project (as wellas diffused in all directions. for this new scientific tool. Let

all Public Law 566 Water The U. S. Department of Agriculture ,I us hope its use will be developedfor I

shed Protection and Flood Prevention through its Soil Conservation The ultimate source of this the benefit of mankind rather BUDDeU Girls Fg Ft F T

Projects) Is a local project Service teams up with Laser light is chromium, the than his destruction. A, Tucker 0 1 0 1

There must be water and the local people in trying to element that gives the precious Sharon Townsend 3 0 4 6

work out a solution to the probe stone known as ruby used in Weaver 11 2 4 24

IK TIII1 CIRCUIT COIJIIT' IN FLon.AND lem. The Soil Conservation the jewelry trade, its red color. I wA oTT PI K E Blakely 1 1 2 3
COUNTY
FLAUJ.I
FOIL IDA IN EQUITY, VA""J NO. 4H2.un"'ON Service furnishes all of the engineering Through the use of what is A NEWSPAPER AO Hargett 0 2 4 2

UARLEY C. A DARDOUR, lotnedb I work and shares with termed a ruby rod, this red light SAYING 'YOUNO CUmmins 0010Steflik

his wife ROSE L. DAIB0l tllfs, .the local people In the cost of can be controlled and simplifieduntil MAN WANTER'., 005 0

va. construction. The local people it becomes a powerful, In-

JOHN H. SMITH, et al.Dpfendants... have the final say as to the tense beam that can be directedat 15 620 an

ORDER JOHN 1C.ANDTO' SMITH NOTICE, JOINED nature of the project and any object and for any dis Taylor Girls Fg Ft F T
:
YIV' UlloI WIFE_SMITH whether it is ever out into ef tance. Ashcraft 3 1 5 7

WII08H TRUE CHRISTIAN NAME fect. I McM1l1an 2 0 1 4
1104 UNKNOWN TO I'LAINTIFKH, I
IK ALIVE AND IF THE SAID In one experiment, this beam Sandra Cowart 4 0 5 8
JOHN H. SMITH 18 DEAD HIS How Will the Watershed Project ), directed I
UNKNOWN HEmS, DBV1HKEH! against a razor blade, McMlcken 0 1 0 1
L Brt A T M B S OR ORANTKEH.HKNUY Affect the City of Bunnell? blasted & pinpoint hole in a I
Bus Sharon Cowart 0 1 4 1
JOINED
I'. BRYAN.
I .. .T WHOSE The City of Bunnell is plagued thousandth of a second, heatingthe Cade 0111

1l1rUfw I CHlWlAN TO rLAINTIFFH:J1tJ'fl: J 18, UNKNOWN IF- with flood and drainage problems steel to a temperature of Sweat 3228

ALIVE AND IP TUB! SAID HENRY in general and (two or three 10,000 degrees F.
IS I>BAI>, Ins UN- serious problems which the BOOth 0111
City I
KNOWN
gSN JtEWiA: : DF.VISEEH. GORGE LEO- Commissioners are trying to The same light beam directedat ISAYTHIS FAST SERVICErr'$5 Wilkes 0 0 1 0

---HAh.8 HAULS JOINED WHOSE BY HIS TRUE WIFE---CHRIS'rIAN solve. Although as yet, the Cityof I the dark side of the moon,

NA uIE IS UNKNOWN TOI'LAINTIFFH Bunnell has not asked to be lit up a dark crater when engineers 12 7 20 31
IF ALIVE ,AND IF
THE! SAID OEOIU1K! HAULS IS directly involved In the project, at M. I.T. released a beam Quarter score-
READ! HIS UNKNOWN HI:1RSlE.1! It 12 Inches hi diameter Bunnell 12 20 27 36
ViSEEtB. GRAN- would be favorably affectedby using
TEEM JOHN Otl.EITWt JOINED WHOSE Improvements on Black special equipment In connection o Taylor 6 11 17 31
BY HIS WIFK.--SMITH.
TRUE CIIIUSTIAN NAME IS UNKNOWN Branch -and Sawgrass Branch. with 'a telepscope. Two and a FREE PAINT
TO PLAINTIFFS, IF A- half seconds later the
I.IVf1&.AND IF THE! SAID JOHN W. returning
HMITH IS DEAn HIS UNKNOWNHNm light, streaked into the telescope,I On. .atra: gallon of your choice
DEVISEES LKOATKBS OR Scientists 'at the University of 1 with each galloL you buy
tA MARION SAND l<'LAWRENCE I indicating the Laser's future use
A. Florida, as at other universities In space communications. Mary Carter Paint Store
HAYNES: UNDER FIRM NAME
OP GI:JO. R. FOSTER & CO. UEO. and research laboratories Scientists foresee countless future
R FOSTER JOINED BY HIS j I throughout the Al.. Westcata "..*.1.. Oato
country, are
WIFE. FOSTER WHOSE uses. In medicine it may

TRUE KNOWN CHRISTIAN TO 1'L.AINTIFFS NAME! IS, UN-IF studying and experimentingwith be able to burn out and destroy I.

ALIVE. AND IF THE! SAID OEO. a new light beam knownas tumors without the use of the
R POSTER 18 DEAD HIS UNKNOWN I
Laser.It .
HEIRS, DEVIfiEES. LEGATEES knife. In biology, as a microsurgical CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

MARION OR JOINED GRANTEES UY IHS JAR WIFEMARION A. gets Its name from the tool, it may destroy

WHOSE TRUNjCHISTIAN i initial letters of its scientific description I single i selected chromosomes
NAME IS UNKNOWN I I I A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
PLAINTIFFS IP A.tlVJiIt. "Light Amplification ![within living cells. In metalwork
ill I JOHN HARDIN. Associate
IS DEAD THE SAID HIS JA8. HEIRS, I by Stimulated Emission of Radiation it can cut, weld and drill

DEVISEES, our :JwJh GRANTEES ," or L-A-S.E-R. Remember any metal quickly, easily and AIR OXYGEN
HAYNES, LADY
LAWRENCE
JOINED BY HIS WIFE- that name for its promisesto precisely.It CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I .1 EQUIPPED

t 1IAYNES.NAME WHOSE 13: UNKNOWN TRUE CHRISTIAN TO- become as familiar in the fu. might effectively replace ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

PLAINTIFFS LAWRENCE IK ALIVE, AND IF ture as are.ray and radio today. j i I radar, since Its far shorter
THW SAID HAYNES '
IS DEAD HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS, Its promise of future de-j I I i waves would enable it to see Phone ID 7-3532

TEES DEVISEES; JAMES LEGATEES.... HULL: OR JOINED ORAN. velopment and use is startling I smaller objects and measure.

WIi)8E BY HIS T fEE rilRISTIAN.-NAME HULLj Initial experiments indicate a'I their location and distance more I 1 I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA .

is--UNKNOWN -TOn PLAINTIFFS, --
IP ALIVE, AND IF THE SAW
JAMES F. IIULL IS DEAD, HIS
UNKNOWN HEIRS! DEVISEES
LEGATEES OR ORANTEES. AND 'Here come :bigger:'potato profits .,
ALL PARTIES: (SAVE ANI IJXC10PT / s..
THE PLAINTIFFS HERB.!
IN) HAVING OR CLAIMING: TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT TITLE OR .' ..':: : .
INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING 5
_
DESCRIBED PROPERTY ,
LOCATED! IN VUAULUU COUNTY
FLOKIUA, TO-W1T:
The West 10 acres of the East
i
Half of the Southwest Quarterof 4 ..
the Northwest Quarter; the
West 10 acres of the East Half
of the Northwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter; the yw
East Half of the West Half
t.'I. ot the Northwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter; and
the East Half J of the West Half
of the Houthwrst Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter all inSection .,.eoa ':Per
19. Township 14 South,
Range 31 EHSt.
You and each of you are hereby
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 Plaffler County, Florida a
i at the Court House In Bunnell,
?. Florida, on or before March 8, ,A
A. l>. 1963, and to serve a copy
of your answer or answers upon : :
i Curtis Basin. Attorney for the

i> cause Plaintiffs at his In oftlce the at above 223 Orange styled _. .._i..mi iit..vi i iiiM>iimM i .a ttrin .- ]i .*,! . jmt.iu.jLMijei ii iii s Ba i ,,.<'iaiaMi a i -<3L< aK1 lj; jfltlfy.'g' g, '
Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida, When sprayed on potatoes, "Manzate"clings to resists
leaves
your
washing off. You
4>n or before said date, as required get long.lastlng protection against blight.
Jay the Florida Rules of Civil Pro
4 <]ure, said suit being a suit to
IUa: trl"a the plaintiffs, Harley Du Pont Manzate0
1 Spray
Harbour!. wherein his plaintiffs wife Rose pray L. to control blights

for a decree of this Court quiet- mansb fungicide
\\ng their title In and to the above

described fee simple lands title In and and decreeing to said lands the . assure top yields of No. 1's
to be the plaintiffs decreeing
the Uen of plaintiffs to be a good
And Indefeasible title In fee simple On.
decreeing; all title claim or Inter.. J- .ch.mlcal blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"
..st claimed by you or any of you, S maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.
(Ir any party or parties claimingor
to claim under you or any of B.tt.ryUWt quality and prem -"Manzate"
helps boost
you In and to said lands to be r' yields as
wholly null and void, perpetually much as 40 bushels per acre . givea you more f 1's, and naturally
restraining you and each of you increases profits as proved by in
all
and your servants and attorney growers major producing areas.
from asserting any claim there- t N Safe to MM-"Manzate"is tough disease
on mild
Against or Interfering In any way on plants.It can oe
with the possession of plaintiffs, used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won'tstunt plant
growth.
their I heirs I assigns, grantees,
gents or attorneys and from as- ,;, Save time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder ready to
ertlnir title to said lands or any ,
mix wherever there's
part thereof, requiring you and water. It is compatible with most insecticides
each of you to set forth the nature r: .,, and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination
your claim, and that the sprays.
r'f. If any held by you and 'a t Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly
each of you, may be divested out proved over the
of you and each of you, and Invested : ? years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control easy
l In the plaintiffs, and that \\k ; handling.;; ,
any and all claims which you or
any of you may have or make In "
and to said lands may be cancelled. On oU chemicals,follow labeling instruction and warnings carefully.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Flagler County -
Florida and the seal of said
,curt. at llunnell, Florida, on this <@ POND MANZATE
Ulth of I>. 1961
day January ah.. '
(Circuit Court Seal hA. you spray with .M...... can

K. A. SMYTH yield bushels more of !1's like the* Field ................
Cleric of the Circuit Court. In I applications of"Maiuate"protect)'OUI'crop uml maneb fungicide
THINGS roi amu UVINO
.and 31 for& Feb.I'.cjr\ ; -ltt FloridaIan. from late blight tuber rot. ton. ...flfllOUOH CHEM/STlY/








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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLErt TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLUK1DA Thursday, Feb. 21,

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Library dub-At the Library I the community. way Patrol who Is, a certified In. I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

.wuudL tltbJh Club meeting Janice Lovelacewas Donald Thomas, coordinatorof I structor.

elected as candidate for the CD at (the Daytona Beach III TUB COUNTY DOOM'S COURT
BcooNfUIJJ. Junior will be IIV AND KOH PLAUMSIt COUN
College
Miss Bunnell High Contest: guest TV, FI.OUIIIA. KILH NO_
To raise money they will speaker for !the evening. IN RE: ESTATE! OF
Caroline Clifton School Editor DAVID 3TEVKN8ON! Deceased
sponsor a dance on March 1, aft. FINAL NOTICE
Freshman Class-The ninth I I.er the first tournament The 1 Notice is hereby given that theund.nl&ned
held class meeting on RadiologicalSchool on the 18th day of
grade a dance will have the theme, (Continued from Page 5) I February A. D. 1963 filed a final
February 18 with Mrs. Murray II accounting her administration of
"Spring Frolic" and will be heldin To I the estate of David Stevenson de-
presiding, to elect a candidate the Civic Center. Begin Jacksonville for surgery and ceased and notice is further given
I for the Miss Bunnell High Contest treatment. His address is Odin' that after publication of this no.
Marsha Durrance, Reporter. Feb. Lice once each week for four consecutive -
Christine Casey was se Tuesday 26 B. Green, USA Retired, Ward 24,I weeks, application will be
ninth grade can Walter Reed General made to the Honorable T. K. Me-
lected as the Civil Defense Director Raymond Hospital, Knight, County Judge of Flagler
didate. BETA CLUB-Barbara; Weaveris Washington 12, D. C. County Florida, for the approvalof
Smith said today they said accounting I and for final

, ....J,Sue............ Ellen. ,,. Deen, Reporter. the Beta Club candidate for have scheduled a.school 4o.train ,' executrix discharge of of said the estate.undersigned as
Miss Bunnell Chester is
High. Ruggles
patient
! !, zone radiation teams tobegin DORIS NADINE STEVEN.
I ., The Bta's community projectwill in the Halifax Hospital in Daytona SON STRIPLINGAs
PTA-The FTA Is sponsoring ail February 26. Executrix of the Estate
be to assist organizationssuch Beach for medical
terat- of David Stevenson,
dance Friday night, February The school will be at the Bun
the March of Dimes, meet I ceased.
as
1. 22, from 8 to 12 at the Civic nell Civic Center and this one Feb. :21-2T & March 1.U-4tc
the Heart Fund, eta In their
f Center. Music will be provided is primarily to train the radio

r by the Country Rocks. Everyone drives. logical teams in the seven zones FOR I
Senior Clou-Senior Superlative
Is Invited to come. of the county.' Another school

fi Mary Pache, Reporter. pictures were taken Tues for the general public will be PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF:

day night at the home of Mrs. set up for the near future. '"

: Homer Brooks. Mechele Steflik Classes will be from 2 to 4 CANCER
Class-The Sopho
Sophomore and Quentin Emery were selected P.M. and also from
Tuesday
more Class Is studying poetry AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES
Most Scholastic because 7:30 to 9:30 in the evening. The
, In English. To further their appreciation they had the highest averagesin ItT: COOK AGENCY "\
of poetry Reverend course contains 12 hours of ..
Beach the class. training. and will be taught by Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
of Flagler pre.
Stanton '
Sandy Gumble is the Senior Lt. Aaron of the Florida High
Ii sented a program on poetry to Class candidate in the Miss ---- .

the class Wednesday during Bunnell High Conest.

second period English. Carol Hoskins, Reporter. ,

} The program started with Rev. t' .. '..;' ,

I Stanton reciting a very amusing I MOSES ATKINSON MAKES .'i.

1 poem about Florida.varied from Rev.nature Stan.ton's I AIRMAN FIRST CLASS Four different tOI rake

, poems I Mose Atkinson of Bunnell who ways ;; going

i poems to Biblical poems. liet !is stationed with the Alrforce at 1 .

t writes poetry for enjoyment al. .Mather AFB in California has .. fun than there "

though some of his poems have made Airman First Class. : more getting

been published.The He 'told his brother he expectsto .
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entire class enjoyed the go to Alaska In the near future You can see why one of America's will make you.think that ice and &". '..:

program.Mary for duty with the Airforce. favorite outdoor sports is driving are kid stuff; and for pure advemtno,

Pache, Reporter. Chevrolets,with four entirely different America's only sports .car, Corvette

Iff TIIH CIRCUIT COURT. IN A1CI Woman's Club kinds of cars to choose from. There's now in two all-new versions with looks

FOIL KI.AnL.Kll COUNTY, KI-OIU the Jet-smooth Chevrolet,about as luxu- that can stop traffic like a rush-hour
IDA, K\KNTII! JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
,IN CIIANCKltr. CASH HO. rious as you can go without going over- blizzard. Picked your favorite already?

, .4.113.H. II.TllnEAT>GILL and Amy Is SponsoringCD board in price; the low-cost The next thing is to take

8. THUEADCULU husband and Chevy II,a good-looking car --. the wheel at your Chevrolet
wife, Plaintiffs. Meet Feb. 27 that would send any family mI M r dealer's. If that doesn't have

EDWARD UVOARY AND RUTH The public is Invited to an packing? another family you thinking\ of places to

1>L GARY husband and wife, of favorite, the sporty Corsair, ;you'd: rather just

1 and KI.AOLEn 11. }. SHERIFF BEACH HARDWARE d/b/l. .let Important Woman's meeting Club on the February Flag. """,, ,..whose,'": rear engine: traction Keeps Going Great have a ball, arpund town!

CLEO DAVIS, et al, .
Defendants.NOTICH 27 at 2 P. M, at the clubhouse, ,"
'MORTGAGR FOREi.OSU1tM Mrs. Winifred McNab said to. r.
j OK ri.KUK'* SAI.HNOTICK
t.< 18 1IEUKUY GIVEN
that under and In day.This
pursuance to -
that certain .Amended Summary meeting Is to inform and "
Decree of Foreclosure made and the civil' :
enlighten public on
rendered on the Uth day of February .' :: ," '... _., -, "'"? ....._ r. .
A. D. im. In and by the defense, particularly the opera '
Honorable Howell W Melton Judgeof tion and functions of the
the Circuit Court In and for Flag
Wavier County, Florida In Chano ler County Civil Defense office. ,,
,
cry being Case No. 4811. and a "
certain cause pending In said Court Raymond Smith,. Director of ,: ; > 14" :
wherein K II. THltKADUILL andAMY .
Civil Defense in
a THREADOIL.U. husbandand Flagler County, :

wife, are the I'lalntlffs and will outline and give a resumeof ".,
KDWAUD 1. OAKY and RUTH M.
(lAItY. husband and wife, and H J. CD activities in previous JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUP E
tUUIUF'F'ba FLAUL.ER BEACH and discuss the /
years programfor
HARDWARE. CLEO DAVIS et al,
are the defendant, I, E. A. this year and the near fu. ,. ,t
NMYTHK, as Clerk of the Circuit
Court In and for Flakier County, ture. .. t.
Florida, Seventh Judicial Circuitof l He will go over the survival "f
the State of Florida shall of- ..
for for sale and sell to the high plan and explain how it is Interrelated }<
eft and beat bidder for cash at "
public outcry at the front door with !the existing governmental
of the Ptagltr County Courthouseat departments. lie will
Uunnell. Florida, at 11:00: A. M.
on the 1st day of March A. D. also discuss the local shelter
1963, the following described property Tom Duncan, Wardenof
program.
as set forth In said Amended
Summary Decree of Foreclosure Zone 2, will discuss the functions .
lylnsr and being In Flarler
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ultuated. "
County. Florida and more par of the warden service tom ,
ticularly described as follows:
'tots 6. 'wlIh .pat and 20 CHEVY II NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE .f
together of the
1 closed alley In rear of said
lots, all In mock Moody,
Moody' subdivision In the
Town of Flakier Beach
Florida, together with any
and all riparian rights
thereto appertaining.
Also all of the furniture
and equipment described on .
the attached schedule of
Furniture In Flagler Manor
, as follows:
1. 39" Deluxe Hot Point Range
13 Double beds, box spring and
Inner spring mattresses. Prompt Service

I 2 Single beds complete. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH USL
II Oak dresses or chest of

drawer. ).... : ....
11 Revel plate mirrors. The Flagler TribunePhone CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE ,f : :
11 Day beds or couches with
foam rubber mattresses & pillows, IDlewood 7-3282 \J'} :
1 Cot and mattress.
6 Coffee tables. Bunnell. Florida
II Wicker chairs. .
5 Tables with lamp. h,
9 Bed lamps.
7 Folding chairs '"'1 .
a Sets of dishes and silver for (. flhr tflarjlrr Grtbunrnt'NNKLL. ., :
8 Sets of dishes and silver for 4.
5 Torch chairs. FLORIDAMRS. r
1 24" O.K. Televl.lon.Z .
Aluminum cots.
1 40' Extension wood ladder.
1 U. !!I. Deepfreese. M.B. FULLER. Editor
1 Long drape over front win.
doves
1 t. 14" Hot Point Ranges. D..l.Bate4 Official I'rbllestl.a .,.
6 Dinette tables.
36 Dinette chairs. f.r Publl H.tlee* of Ftecler :.
30 Plastic Covered chairs. therein
Mualelpallilea
6 4 Bedside Floor lamps.stands. County sad the State *>f FUrlda CORVETTE STING Phi SPORT COUPE "}
6 Hull case stands.
8 Rugs.
:2 rustic covered settees. Entered second class matter
3 Porch tables. as Now-Bonanza Buys on four entirely different kinds of cars at Chevrolet dealer1 ;"-
3 your
1 12' Aluminum ladder. February C, 1913, at the postofflce I
1 6' Step ladder. r
1 Bendlx' Ironer. at Bunnell, Florida, under act of

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