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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 28, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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: VOLUME 51, NO. 8 BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR
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President AboutF.
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, Following is a copy of a telegram -
sent to President John F.
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f \ '. (Matthews. expressing his conCern .
r | with the F. E.C. Railroad

1 ;.. ... ( strike and the effect it Is haying
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in three of the counties of

r:' i I his Eighth Congressional' District

t- t ',,1 1'i' I, : "February 25: 1963
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F, .. *i "President John F. Kennedy
t The White House :

I "Washington 25, D. C. I II
t: "Discontinuance of Florida I
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;.: East Coast rail service imposes
p' ',f' ; j possibility of financial disaster
to growers of 31,000 acres of po
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o lhq K ; tatoes and cabbage in St. Johns,

I Putnam, and Flagler Counties,
all of which are Ln my 8th Con.

'.- o"r ,gressional District I respectfully

: ... \..of \ 'II' urge again, that you do everything I
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- --r.M" your power to make
'. j#'L eft to right, back row-Coach Santa Bradley, Jennie Bennett, Susan McMillan, Judy Dunson, i" possible the resumption of this

: ; Beverly Cummins, Shirley Townsend, Lorraine Wyndham, Heidi Eisenbach. Front row : rail service. Movement of potatoes -
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Brenda Tucker, Margie Lee Blakely, Sherry Hargett, Sharon Townsend, Allida Tucker, Me- by rail will be necessary
.I' chele Steflik and Barbara Weaver. from April 1st through May. If

I necessary, I respectfully request \
' The occasion was a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik at the Pier Restaurant you to appoint an emergency I

l I honoring the basketball players, Coach Bradley, and Eloise McClure. board under the Railway Labor
Act, which, I understand, will I
Silver basketball awards were given by Coach Bradley to Judy Dunson as the most enable the railroad to resume

improved player; Allida Tucker and Sharon Townsend for the Best Foul Shot Percentage ; operations for at least 60 days.
Please note details In letter I
attending every practice, Margie Lee Blakely: ,which follows.

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t t Work Started: on Pentecostal Start i Ministers State j l News and Comment kindest'With regards highest, esteem and \1;


Flagler BeachPark Revival Sunday ".L Reason$-A9alnst., ::.. -. __ (-By EulcuFull t '!) ......,,..D' JV > Duie>CT. i.-._ .-:*
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The+ FIrst' Pentecostal Holiness Sunday Bar SalesIn who celebrated their birthdays '"8t1 District of Floridau" "
ClearingWork Church of Bunnell will begin during February to renew,

of clearing on the revival services Sunday evening, discussing the Straw Bal their driver licenses without a ,
March 3, the pastor, Rev. John
x. Flagler Beach State Park began Lingold, said today. The servo lot on Sunday liquor sales with. penalty. Five Qualify ,for 'j
Wednesday morning, George in the Bunnell City limits which
ices will begin at 7:45: each and
Moody, Sr., chairman of the will be voted on Tuesday, Rev.T. grumblings! Two Commission
Park Board, said today. evening In the recently completed M.,Pinner,Jr. of the First Baptist : seem to be the order of the week \\i iI
_. The Board of County Commis church west of Deen Road. Church, and Rev- W. L. Spl- with the heavy rains and the I, Posts
in
Rev. Lingold said they will Bunnell
80 bulldozer temperature dipping 1 again. !I
sioners' had pledged cer, Jr., of the First Methodist I
have a different !speaker each
hours and 200 man hours to and also Church, Issued' the following What has happened to our I Bunnell voters will go to the
night special singing.
clearing the park site. The The public is invited to attend. joint statement Florida brand of weather? I polls Tuesday, March 5, to elect '
clearing work began Wednesdayunder "It is a tragedy when a small [ two members of the city com-
The District Conference and nice
the direction of Engineer group, thinking only of their own I NEEDED . rainy day 'mission.
Youth Rally will be held at the
Maxwell the State Park Post Office for Bunnell one i
by church material gain, asks the votersto Those qualified for the two
new on Saturday eve
without I
"built in outsideshower"
Board. a -
ning. On Sunday they will have choose between a reverencefor post are: Incumbent H. V. I II
Mr. Moody said the present an all-day sing. God and this small group'sprofit and wet and slippery I Peavy, incumbent LevI! Bran.i .
work will all be devoted to This is what the liquor lobby floors. (While we are or. i nam, Sr., Leslie Pache, Harry
clearing on the west side of dealers have asked the peopleof dering, a nice planting of shrub. Atkinson, and Spencer White.

Highway AlA. The park site Is Bunnell to do In the coming I bery would help the outside ap.1 Qualifying time ended last Friday .
located on AlA south of Flag. Mike Sullivan's straw ballot. By this ballot they perance a lot as It does at all afternoon.
ler Beach at the old Coast Guard are seeking Sunday sale of other NEW P.O. Buildings In

Station site. Father Passes liquor.To .1. the area). Dealers The Flagler Association County also Liquor.,ha re- \

Plans call for providing park. ; extend the hours of a business asked for Straw
a Ballot
the
ing facilities, boating ramp on Timothy Sullivan of Hurst, I The Bunnell Rotary Club on
that will in no bene
way Sunday sales for Bunnell. This
Ill., father of Mike Sullivan of I voted
at
the Intracoastal waterway, camp a recent meeting to
fit the community, but only Increase
question will also be voted
sites, caretaker's facilities, and Flagler Beach, passed away disease sponsor the Boy Scout Troop:' on
other recreational features. Tuesday night in a St. Louts, seems quite unwise.and Alcoholism problems, Congrtulatlons, gentlemen, for In the Tuesday election.

Plans are under way to ask Mo., hospital after a long ill ranks as one of the nation's ma.. your interest In this very worthwhile .
from the ness. He was 80 years of age.
for an appropriation Jor health problems. More than project. Flagler Beach
Funeral services will be held
State in the next session of the
7,000,000 Americans
unableto
are
legislature. at Hurst later In the week. live normal and useful lives City elections will be the or. Men Qualify for
Besides his son of Flagler due to alcoholism. der of the day Tuesday for both
Beach he is survived by his wife, Bunnell and Flagler Beach. Let's
Walter R. Keller As Christians, we do not feel Commission Posts
Ethel Sullivan of Hurst. Also all exercise our good ole American
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sanction
we can anything that
surviving Is one grandson.Mr. Tuesday, March 5 citizens of
Died : profits at the and detriment privilege and VOTE. ,
Early Monday expense
Sullivan left Wednesdayto of others. Therefore Bunnell citizens will be electing Flagler Beach will vote to elect

Walter R. Keller, 87, of 216! attend the services. urge the citizens of Bunnell we to two commissioners for their :.a mayor and three commission
Ninth St, Flagler Beach, died I give this serious consIderationand Mayor-Commissioner form of ers. At press time those who
early Monday morning at the i METHODISTCHURCH exercise their Christianvote. government had qualified for the post of
local 'hospital after a long Ill ." Flagler Beach voters will I mayor were: incumbent George
ness. He had resided there 26, NEWS elect a Mayor and three Commissioners Wickline, Charles Rocket, and
years. lie was born in Ovid,! Tomorrow, March 1st, is World this year. S. K. Meigs.
Indlnana. Day of Prayer. The program will at 6 o'clock and the evening Dave Dobson who had qualified .
lie was a veteran of the: be at the Flagler Beach Method.1st service at 7:30. The First Baptist and the First several days ago for mayor I'{,
Spanish American War. The Church on Daytona Avenue. Choir practice will be at 5 Methodist Churches of Bunnell withdrew from the mayor's race
body was sent Tuesday to Shirley Churches participating In the o'clock Wednesday afternoon.The have each held very successfuland to enter the race for a post on i
Funeral Home In Daleville, program will be Bunnell Methodist W. S.C. S. meets at 9 o'clock heartwarming revivals re the commission.
Indiana, for funeral services and Church, First Baptist Wednesday morning at the cently. Pmss-time candidates for the fl
interment. Church of Flagler Beach, Com church. The Pentecostal Holiness three commission seats are: 1

lie is survived by two sisters, munity Memorial Church of ,Church will begin their revival Dave Dobson, R. M. Anderson, ,)
Mrs. Mary Allen, and Mrs. Flakier Beach, and the Flagler CITRUS CALLED CHIRONJA this weekend. Incumbent Leonard Moody, Incumbent j
Frances Mathews, both of Dale. Beach Methodist Church. An apparent natural cross between I There Is no way of measuringthe Thomas Duncan, R.R. .'
ville, Indiana. Sunday the Church School Is orange and grapefruit good effect our communitywill Mosby, and William K. Shrop. t
Craig Funeral Home of Bun at 10 o'clock and the Morning I was found in Puerto Rico's receive from these servicesbut shire.
nell was In charge of local ar Worship Service Is at 11 o'clock. I mountain wilds In 1956. The I am sure It will be never Qualifying time ends at 5 o'
rangements. The M. Y. F. program will be I fruit Is called "chlronja." ending. clock this afternoon.y 7 I

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 28, 1963

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Kuleskl, Bebe Moody, and Jim 'will play Callahan, who receivesa (By Leslie Pcrehe) --

Brown, among the starters, returning bye, on Friday at 8:30 P.M. 1 .. BUHNELL REC. DEPT.
!to the lineup. Robbie at 9:00 P. M. on Thursday our I i

I Tucker, Howard Emery and Tommy varsity boys play Macclenny, | Cold weather and rain has

i Polk will also be back next at 600.: slowed up the spring baseball

I season, and coming up from the The winners of these games training. Many boys have the

:' B Suquad are such fine players will play Friday at 7:00 P. M., flu and some have Injuries. Mostof

; Ujii as Walter Townsend, Elbert and the finals start on Saturdayand them have been just throwing .
L_ I '. ( '" I Tucker, and Butch Anderson. I Baldwin plays Orange Parkat the ball easily.

(By Euxzy McKnIght) hard nosed game Friday night Johnny Scale and John Baggett: 8:30. Preceding the finals will The teams are being formed

BABY BULLDOGS BOMB against the towering Knights of are other Baby Bulldogs eligiblefor be a game between our confer. 'and the league will consist of

FLORIDA MILITARYTO Florida Military and held the varsity play next season. ence champion Pupeteers and ,four teams sponsored by the

COP PERFECT SEASON lead going into the final seconds I the Lake Butler girls. This game I I(First Methodist Church, Veterans

The Baby Bulldogs massacred of the game, but the Knights, DISTRICT TOURNAMENT starts at 7:00 P. M. Admission I of Foreign Wars, First Baptist
Florida Military Friday night]I I led by Ed Allers with 13 points, STARTS HERE TODAY I will be 35 cents for students and I|Church and (the Idlewood Club.

to end their season without a rallied to tie the ball game, The district tournament will I 75 cents for adults on Thursday !
defeat The victory (number sending it into overtime. Each : start here today and continue and Friday and 50 cents for students Games will be played Thursdays .

seventeen) was sparked by Wal team fired in three more points, I through Saturday.' Tonight's and $1.00 for adults on I and Fridays. All games

ter Townsend, who hit all five but a few seconds before the games will feature Crescent City Saturday. will be played at the football

of his gift tosses to boost his buzzer' sounded, Albers was I going against Lake Butler at stadium. The first game will be

game total to 15 points. Elbert fouled. His shot was good, and I 7:30. The winners of this match Subscribe lor The Floglar Tribune March 7th at 4:15 P. M.Community.

Tucker was right behind him the Knights took the game by a .
with 14, followed by Walton score of 3736. VARSITY STATISTICS FOR 1962-63 SEASON I -0.f -_-

Cowart with 12. Fta Ftm Ft% Fga Fgm Fg'% TP f
The
Bulldogs played an ex- Q. Emery 75 46 61 259 84 32 214
Cowart, Jack Knight, Stewart
Rockett, Glen Miller and George I rival cellent however game against, considering this tough the R Kuleski I m 68 59 308 100 32 2681,I Memorial ChurchUterdenomlnatlonal

Jarosz are all eligible for B 19 B. Moody 86 40 47 181 67 37 174
point beating they took in
should stretch the team's win R. Morris 93 51 55 195 64 33 179J. ,
their last match with the AIR CONDITIONED
ning streak to many more Brown 53 34 64 162 47 29 128
Knights. Bunnell ended the sea-
games. T. Polk 21 15 71 38 11 29 37 Daytona Ave.
son with 11 wins and 8 lossesas
Bunnell B Squad Gg Ft f T Harry Kuleskl scored 13 R. Tucker 18 8 44 54 20 37 48 FLAGLER BEACH

Anderson 21-10 :5 points to lead the attack. B. lIosford 8 4 50 18 5 28 14 Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
Townsend 55-5115 H. Emery '5 3 60 10 3 30 9 Church Service 11:00: A.M.

E. Tucker 6 2.4 :5 14 Next season's varsity has an D. Peterson '8 6 75 7 3 43 12 R. w. DICKERT. Factor

Cowart 5 2.2 4 12 excellent chance to become the J. Metts 5 4 80 3 0 0 4 EVERYONE) WELCOMEd
Knight 21.335 best team in the conference with E. Kuleskl 3 0 0 3 0 0 0

Scale 01.521 --

Rockett 1 0.1 0 2 :*r .

G, Jarosz 0 1-4 1 1 I v X I k

Baggett 0 0.0 1 0 'l. .,' I

Miller 0 0-0 1 0 ,


21 13.25 18 55 :\ P REAL SHARP 11 FORD DEALER

Flo. MIL B Squad Fg Ft F T 'lJ

Borcher 3 3.8 2 9 \ "
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Smith 22-626 :1ANNUAL

Mart i 0 0.0 5 0 -

Anderson 0 0-4 0 (Q)
Zebedee 2 0.1 1 4 r

Campbell 0 0.0 1 0

Knowles 0 0-0 1 0 4 MiniSPECIA

Peters 0 0-0 1 0

Whittler 2 3.7 4 7

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Bunnell 12 23 35 55 _

Fla. Military 1 9 19 26


VARSITY BOYS LOSE TO

FLORIDA MILITARY BY ONE

POINT IN OVERTIME
The varsity boys played a AGAIN-JUST LIKE LAST YEAR-COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF


The Board CALL of FOR Commliaioners niDS of BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE

the Bait Flatter Mosquito Control
their District office will located receive sealed/In the bid homeof at DELIVERIES EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! HURRY IN-YOU WONT GET STUCK! GET THE POINT?

Lyman L. Gage about seven
miles north of Flagler Beach and
on Road AlA, until 2:00 p m,
e. s.t. Thursday, March 14. 1963. "
at which time and place the bids "I !
will be publicly opened, for furn !
ishing:
One new 3/4 cubic yard drag. This Falcon Futura is .. ., j
line and one new 8/4 yard ,
Hendrix 73 Dragline bucket. one of 6 convertibles I
To be offered as trade-In In 3 sizes from Fordl
one Model K-12 Insley
Crawler Dragllne purchased All with service saving
In 1954, with dragline
bucket. features;, some with ..,,
Bids must be In sealed envelopes bucket seatsl ,
plainly marked "Sealed Bid l for t f4
Dragline: ," or In the event a bid ;
Is submitted for the dragline
bucket the envelope should
e'lYI'S:
be r Bid for Drag wr.rwwrat.r.rrrw"rw aw
line Bucket" ,
Specifications and bid forms
be obtained from Mr Lyman may I* Save on a big Fordl

Gage,.tf .t'Jlor No., Telephone 1, 1 Box 178 I ium.tit. Enjoy Ford Galaxle's ''

ber Flagler Beach HH 9-2088 new $10 Million RideIn - -_ LJj .
The Board of Commissioners :Ii - .
'! the right to reject any reserves or- a luxurious sedan : Lltu1I. ,
all bldaUEOKQB. hardtop, wagon or
MOODY, Chairman
Board of Commissioners convertible all with ,

rile Flayler County Mosquito, Florida.District service saving fea-
Feb. 28 & March 7. 19 3-2tcIW tureslNow'sthetimetogeta

TUB CIHCUIT COURT OF
KLAUI.ICn COUNTY, KI.OHIDA f.
IN rilANCRHY; NO. 454
OLLIE. 11. WEEKS,
v.' 1'Ialntllf.

PATRICIA. o. WEEKS.
Defendant. I wagon from America's
NOTION TO lKFr.\O
THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO: wagon specialist!
PATRICIA O. WEEKS Choice of 15 Place of residence and wagons _
Post Office address unknown in 4 sizes, Including
You are hereby notified that a I
suit has been died'! against you In the 63 Ford Galaxie
the above entitled cause; and you Country Sedan Illustrated .
are hereby required to file your answer *
with the Clerk of this Court here.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs
whose name and address ritorney.:
MAURICE WAGNER re AT.
144 Burlelgh Avenue
Holly Hill Florida
hot later than March 11, A. D. DCS. I
confesso If you fall will to be do entered so decree against pro BE SMART..BUY SMART P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR! '
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of I
said Court this 4th day of February .
A.. D. ll 6J.
(Official Seal E. A. SMYT' BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANYTELEPHONE
Clerk of said Circuit Court .
Dy Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk
Feb f-U-J1-J8-ttc IDlewood 7-3301 BUNNELL, FLORIDA

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SHELTON'Sp a ,
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GROCERYQUANTITY

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PRICES GOOD STORE HOURS:
RIGHTS
Thurs.-Fr.-..-Sat.-Mon Weekdays-8:00 to ?:0u
RESERVED Saturdays-8:00 to 9:00CENTER

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WORLD'S BEST j jI I

LB. Ground Beef 2 Lb- 89'



LOUIS'S HOME MADE ..,.

WHOLE Pan Sausage lb. 39

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FROZEN FOODS HENDERSON'S
Green Giant 10 oz. Niblets 10 oz.
BROCCOLI OR CORN Mix.1o.r' iM&3 for 9ge lb.' Bag :
SUGAR 5 39C1
WINTER GARDEN 10 OZ. \\1 t
STRAWBERRIESLimit EACH 2ie /
LIMIT) ONE WITH$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER j
2 Please
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SUNLITE 303 CANTOMATOES SHORTENING

ea. 10'1 lb. Tin (

Limit 4 Please Vegetole 3 49

PILLSBURY 20 OZ.
L LIMIT ONE WITH$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Cake Mixes cyJHITELATE'Lm 3. For 99
SHURFINE
STARKIST LIGHT CHUNK

TUNA Mail Each Can 29 FLOUR 5 lb. Bag 29

Laruta
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CORNED BEEF ea. 39 ,

MONOGRAM L. G. Yellow Tender Idaho Baker'sPOTATOES Bag McIntosh

RICE 3 L39! SQUASHIb8e APPLES4bg39 I

HOLSUM 2 LB.GRAPE. ,:
3 for 25 Cr
JELLY ea. 45'DELMONTE


GOLDEN 303 CAN 50 FREE 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP
CREAM\ CORN EACH 1ge TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
With Purchase of with the purchase of With$5.00 or more
Food Order
SHURFINE CANNED 1 Pair of Women' 2.00 Worth of Dental or and this Coupon at
HOle I Cosmetic Supplies
FOR SHELTON'S GROCERY
MILK 3 3ge Coupon Void 3463 Coupon Void 3-4-63 Coupon Void 3-4-63

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Offering One li13ri FL E FOOD STORE i, T&is is a GoodOpportunity

Full Week of !'('.,II;=.,: :: to
Fill Yonr Pantry
Sale Prices On n' and SAVE SAVE,
Quality Foods These Prices Are Good Feb. 28h! --March 6th, Inclusive SAVE!
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Produce Prices Subject to Market Change

GRADE"A"WESTERN BEEFCHUCK GRADE "A" WESTERN

ROAST Lb. 49II ROUND BONE ROAST Lb. 59u.


II i U. S. D. A. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF .S. D.A. CHOICE-JUICY TENDER
', Lb. Lb 69';
/ ROUND STEAK 89 Chuck Steaks

COPELAND'S PALM RIVERSliced

ALL MEAT FRANKS Lb. 49 Bacon Lb. 45
2 Lbs.: : I9<\
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I HENDERSON'S MAXWELL HOUSE OR FOLGERS GIANT SIZE


I SUGAR COFFEECan FAB
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51b.Bag 39< 1 Jib. 39 Box 59'


LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH $'7.00 OR MORE FOOD'ORDER ,

SHURFINE SOUTHERN FREESTONEHALVESPEACHES

Fruit Cocktail 3 2 Caps Size $1_ 00 3 2%Cans Size 69*

American Beauty Cream Style Delmonte
GOLDEN CORNTOMATOES Z 303 Cans ZSe SPINACH 2 303 Cans 35e
2 303 Can. 25e Argo
GREEN LIMA BEANS 303 Cans 35
Green Giant 2 $.
CUT ASPARAGUS Z No.1 Can. 4ge Argo who, GREEN BEANS 1 303 Cans 39C
Joan Of ArcKIDNEY Bush
BEANS 2 303 Cans 1ge GREAT Can
NORTHERN BEANS 2No'2 29c
PILLSBURY'S PILLSBURY'S ALL PURPOSE OR SELF RISINGFLOUR

Cake Mixes :SS,3F"1 i: 00 Five Limit Pound One Please Bag 49

LYRE'S BREMNER'S
WITH 4 300 Size $100 1 Lb.
CHILI BEANS CaRs SALTINES Box 2V

ARGO CATSUP 2 Bottles: : 359 CMl""e" RITZ CRACKERS Large Box 350

MACARONI Z 8 Oz. Pkgs. 29c COOKED Franco American SPAGHETTI 2 15 Oz. Cans 29C

KRAFT'S TASTY LOAFCHEESE CHICKEN-O-SEA
2 Lb. Loaf Size
63 TUNA 3
Spread Each Cans 89

FROZEN FOODS QUALITY PRODUCEBulk
9 Oz. Birdseye-French or Regular YELLOWCOOKING
CUT GREEN BEANS 2 For 43e ONIONS 3 ,b.23c
Maine White U. S. No.1.
10 Oz. Birdseye
WHOLE OKRA 2ForWinter 45e POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag 4ge
Garden Fresh Cut
8 OZ. CHICKEN BEEF-TURKEY PIES Z For 35e CABBAGE 3 Lb. ZSe

FLOUNDER Four Fisherman 2'Lb. Pkgs. 9ge-. YELLOW Fancy SQUASH V Lb. IOe



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Feb. 28, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNL BUNNELL PAGE FIVES

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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pearce and Killer whales, among the IN TUB COUNTY JUDO!?* COURT
I son left Monday for Eutaw, Ala. I fiercest of all sea creatures, ac. IN, ANI KLOItllM.+ ) FOIl KUAULKIl I II.M _COUrtTV -
where they will reside in the fu tually are dolphins. IN HE: B8TATN OF
DAVID ST>OVRNIION. Decea.*d.
ture. I
FINAL NOTICE
I Notice IB hereby given that th#
undomlgned on the 18th d"X of
LOCAL I February A. 1>. 1168, filed a. Anal "
$ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna accounting of her admin tat rat Ion. of
had as their guest several days sE sStA the estate of David Htevonaon,, deceased -
and notice la further given
last week Mrs. Agnes Jensen of P that after publication of thus no-
tice, once each week for four consecutlve -
West Branch Iowa. She is
MC'DOWELLTHOSSOf MISS LEWIS HONORED spend. weeks application will be
ing the winter in Plant City and i made to the lkonorable T. K. Me-
WITH BRIDAL SHOWER Knight. County Judge of Klagler
Interest to their friends came over for a few days visit County Florida, for approvalof
here is the announcement of the Bride-elect Judy Lewis was with the Kudrnas.Mr. salt accounting a det Anal
discharge of the undersigned ai
marriage of Mrs. Gladys Thoss honored with a bridal shower, executrix of said estate.

and Mr. James A. McDowell, Jr., on Friday evening, February 15,i and M-S.; Clarence Niesenof Prompt Service HON AORTA STUITUNOAa NADINE TEVEN.I .

of Orlando on February 22, at the Strickland home, Favo Clar-El Motor Court, had as PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH U. of David Executrix Stevenson of the, Estate

1963. rita. Hostesses were Mrs. Marvin their house guest .the past week. The Flagler TribunePhone I Feb. J1-J7 A March T-14-Deceaaed.4tc
Strickland, Mrs. Marvin Albert
end Mr. and Mrs. Hegar
The couple was married in a Parker, and Mrs. Herbert Allen. I IDlewood 73282
of New Rochelle, N. Y. I
quiet ceremony Friday evening, Bunnell. Florida Subscribe to The.. F".Jgter'Tribune
in the Christ Methodist Churchof The bridal theme was carriedout '.' c ,.'. '. au]i .__..
Orlando. The pastor, Rev. in the decorations, favors CARD OF THANKS
Marvin Osborne, officiated. and refreshments.
Following a short wedding I I should like to express my Re-Elect

trip to points In Florida they MRS. KNIGHT IS deep appreciation for the many

will reside at 1800 Baxter Ave., HOSTESS TO expressions of sympathy, the HOWELL V. PEAVYON
Orlando. UDC MEETING floral offerings, cards, letters,
and many acts of kindness
The bridegroom is the grand Mn. Gene Knight was hostessto shown me during the recent MARCH 5

son of Mrs. Maude Holland of members of the UDC for their passing of my dear husband.For .
February meeting. The Valentine Your CommissionerYOUR
Bunnell. all your kindness I am deep. City
motif was used In the
ly grateful.:
CARROLL-HORNSBY rooms where the guests were Margaret Buteux VOTE & SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY
assembled, and also in the refreshments -
and family. APPRECIATED.
MARRIAGE ISANNOUNCED and favors.A .

paper was presented on the .
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life of General Joseph Egleston NAMES FROM CONGO RIVER

Mr. and Mrs. Winston D. Johnston, for whom the local Two of Africa's new states
FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS IN OUR CITY
take their from the
Hornsby of Bunnell announcethe chapter was named. names great

marriage of their daughter, Congo River that flows throughthe RETURN
Mona Violet, to Mr. Wayde Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uihlein heart of the continent. Form.

Kenneth Carroll on October 6, have returned to their homes; er colonies of France and Belgium LEVI L BRANNAMAS

1962, in Folkston, Georgia here and at Daytona Beach after 1 both are called Republicof
an extended stay in New York i the Congo. They are often YOUR
The bride was a member of City while Mr. Uihlein was on distinguished as "Congo Braz.

the Bunnell High School grad a contract Job there. zaville" and "Congo Lepold- CITY COMMISSIONER
uating class of 1962, and was "
They were accompanied by ville, from ithe names of their
attending Junior College School 'I' his mother, Mrs. Isobella Uihlein respective capitals, which face IN BUNNELL

of Nursing in Daytona Beach. of Farmingdale, L.L., N. Y. She each other across the river's I
Mr. Carroll is the son of Mr. REMEMBER, ELECTION DAY MARCH 5, 1963
plans to spend several weeks lower reaches.
and Mrs. Kenneth Carroll of here.
Verna, Utah. He is in the U.S. ---

Navy and stationed at Cecil I r MIKE MCMILLAN

Field, Jacksonville.Mr. I
and Mrs. Carroll will leave KING NAMED LAST FRESHMAN WEEK the OLD, HARD WAY I

Friday for Utah for a visit with

his parents. Following a leave Mike McMillan, student at
there Mr. Carroll will leave for Carson-Newman College, was
six months tour of sea duty. elected Freshman King at their

Mrs. Carroll wilt remain in annual Freshman Banquet last ,
Utah while he is at sea.! week. Mike is the son of Mr.
I and Mrs. L. W. McMillan of Bun-

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Parquetare nell.
the parents of a son born LIFTING.' ..LUGGING

at Nepune, N.J., February 20. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson l L r
A
He is the grandson of Mr. and had as their house guests during J: '
Mrs. James H. Knight of Haw the past weekend their / :

Creek and Neptune Beach, Fla. uncle, Alex Atkinson, of Brunswick I//s
Ga., and Neal Atkinson 118
ROBERT JAMES REITER JR. who is a student at the Florida 'a t ..

Mr. and Mrs. Robert James Military School in DeLand. STOOPING..STRETCHING

Reiter of Longwood, Florida, an.
nounce the arrival of a six Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kiley and )
[
pound, five ounce son, born son, Jimmy, have returned to ;
February 10 in an Orlando hose their home in Quebec City, Can. a
pital. He has been given the I ada, after an extended visit

name of Robert James, Jr. ] here with Mrs. Kiley's parents, ..':...:..
Mrs. Reiter will be remember Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trad.
I
ed as the former Miss Hilda '
Hatcher of Bunnell. I Mrs. George Allen, Sr. recently .-"co 1 I' I 1 I i

returned from a visit in Dairen : _
PINNING...UN-PINNING
Mr. and Mrs. Gales Cone and I and Brunswick, Ga., with rela
son of Holly Hill visited with tives. While (there she attendedthe
the Cordell Robertson family I Annual Revival at EpworthBy

Sunday afternoon. The Sea. ELECTRIC DRYER

let
----J"F an
I II I Miss Pat Niesen, student at
Music Florida State University in Tallahassee

Tennessee StyleBY visited here with her carry the load! ./'
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence

Walt Graves&Carl Spicer Niesen, during the past week Dries clothes in minutes. . softer, fluffier, wrinkle-free
end. and sweeter-smelling than when dried
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till outdoors. Day or -
night, rain or shine. without exposure to whiplash41
i SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. I Mrs. John Jarosz has returned winds, air-borne dirt, or sun-fading. 'Ii
LETTER OF MARQUE to her home here after spend. 0 h ..
COCKTAIL LOUNGE ing two weeks in Detroit, Mich. Less wardrobe changes are needed. The saving can mount rg,

& RESTAURANT with relatives. She was called up quickly in homes where small children rapidly out.
there by the sudden death of grow their clothing.An .:
5 Miles So. of Marineland; I
her brother, Stanley Mansky. He
on AlA. Electric Clothes Dryer costs less to buy and only
passed away on February 16.
.
. I
pennies load to It's
per operate. flameless. . needs no
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flue, so you can install it anywhere.For .
I

REMEMBER TO VOTE complete washday freedom, go all-electric in your
laundry, with automatic Electric Washer, Clothes Dryer,

"sit-down" Electric Ironer, and super-fast, super-safe
Tuesday March 5th Electric Water Heater for all the hot water you need .i:!

.. when you need it. See your electric appliance dealer today ;,

LESLIE Z PACHEFOR '
ih1eSaroa )
(
An Electric Dryer or 44f..lam.eJ. .c .
Washer will help qual- in CHUM root a

City Commissioner MEDAL( ; ::: d.he FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 28, 1963
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THE BOOK NOOK the being. And how it carried on | Development of T 1 eat rather than drainage alone. locally.

CIMMARONBY war. Will the project affect the local
Edna Ferber The main characters are|! Flagler Watershed I economy In general? Besides .
Barnes Wallls, a scientist who PETERSON
long term economic benefits TEXACO
This Is about (the I
a story open. bombs, and Air Vice
develops
this weekon I on which the project will SERVICE
Additional questions
ing of Oklahoma in 1889. Someof Marshal the Honorable Ralph I
the fantastic and Improbable Cochrane, who formed the Group the Flagler County Water. I be based, an almost immediate I I ROAD SERVICE
in The shed: I boost to the local economy is Mechanical
events the book are true. :5 squadron.A Light Work
story describes a great run to good book to read. Does the engineering and the I bound to result once construction Phone 437.3441 Bunnell

settle land In Oklahoma. A Library Assistant work plan on the watershed gets underway. In additionto AdI
whole new frontier is opened. Randy Morris. project cost the local people any*i the labor force and other material

Some of the events are basedon thing? No. The local people I requirements of the contractor .
actual happenings. The .will not be required to furnish I II several additional Soil dhr: JFlaglrr ulribunrBVNlfFXI

characters are not real exceptin Title Ethan Frome a penny until the first contractIs Conservation) Service personnelwill
FLORIDA
the hearts of the readers. Authors Edith Wharton I let. All the engineering work I. be assigned to the project *

Anything I could have happenedin Zeena came (to Ethan's houseto in the planning and construction Mna. M.B. FULLER EditorIkalgaated

Oklahoma. Practically every. take care of his sick mother stages is furnished by the LIGHT BULLDOZING
thing has. and father. Then when they Soil Conservation Service with
; This book was made Into a died she married Ethan and be. out charge to the local people. Fill Dirt Building: Sand Shell Official Publicationor
Public Notice of Stagier
motion based sick and weak. What are the possibilities of
[great, picture on came Mattle, ARTHUR
(Sonny> WILSON County. Municipalities tkereiaand
the I actual' story. Zeena's cousin, came to live I overdrainage? The project will .
I the State ( Florida
Library Assistant, I with them and keep house. be designed to remove flood wa I HE 9.3357-Flagler Beach

Mike Cook. Mattie was so sweet and grateful : ters only. The dry weather haz
Entered as second class matter
for anything Ethan did for ards will be no worse than at
6, 1913, at the
PAL February postofflce
her. This relationship became present Structures will be In. PARKER'S. INC.
DAM BUSTERSBy at Bunnell. Florida, under act of
Paul Bricldll more (than either one of them I stalled where necessary. In other "utomottre Specialty Center
March 3, 1876
IRAKR RELINED
expected. They needed each other words, the Flagler Watershed class
This story takes place during FAIITH AND LAIIOII

World War Two. It is the true and Ethan realized it even Project is a water control proj- ,"--CIIRVnoLET-l'LYMONTII OTIIICHH 91PJKI One ;year .._..._...__.....$2.SO

{ story of how Squadron 617 of though Mattie didn't show her Ito Mason Ave Daytona Six months ....?,.....?..$1.15
the British Air Force came into feeling on the outside as muchas She reaches real maturity I
Ethan did. In the end their I when she realizes that it mat .

love proves disaster. ters not what you have, but .
Ethan and Mattie thought what you are. She then marS I
CLASSIFIEDADS they would die and always be ries and remains devoted to her I 24 hourWrecker

together. They were always together family and to the church. Service

but they were together Janice Lovelace
I.
crippled (and lame right in the Book Report.
Truck & Tractor Co
IJstlBC ..... rib fceadla area same house with Zeena as their I Flagler ,
ceaU per word each <<.., nurse. Things would have beena
TS recto la nlalaiaat chare. OLIVER TWIST MASSEY-FERGUSON
lot better had they left each
FOR SALE Collie AKC Charles Dickens I Grove Farm Industrial
Pups, other with sweet memories. I Equipment
registered, 2 months old. Call Library Assistant Oliver Twist was written by]
ID 73347. 2-28-ltp Dona Miller Charles Dickens. This is a very i VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

Interesting adventure novel andI Owner Bunnell, Florida
VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS I I think many people would en. .

Experienced teacher In Bunnellon THE GOWN OF GLORY Joy reading it.

Saturdays. For appointment ((87 Agnes Turabull) As Oliver's mother died whenhe

: write Gene Masters, 20 Central This is the story of a ministerin was born, he knew nothingof
Ave., St. Augustine, Fla. Phone a Pennsylvania town in the his parentage. The remainderof CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

VA 9-5C07. 228.5tp: early 'lie and his family the book deals with his

live in a very small town and search for fortune and his true R. CRAIG. Funeral Director
FOR SALE-Two bedroom CBS I
house in Hillcrest. Large lot and hope for a callto/ a larger Identity.Library JOHN HARDIN. Associate

large garage, $7,500.00 HowardF. church. Assistant, AIR OXYGEN

Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler The minister's daughter fell Steve Neely1. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
Beach. Phone liE 9.2395.. In love with a very wealthy boy ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
Feb. 28-tf and for the first time in her life Almost the world's entire crop
she felt ashamed of her family) of Jumping beans comes from
Phone ID 7-3532
WANTED-Good used 24-inch and the modest parsonage in'' the town of Alamos in the Mexican

boys bicycle. Phone ID 7-3410. which they lived. j. state of Sonora 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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Daytona Beach 255.3351 :

Feb. 214fOPPORTUNITY :' :::::..::; \..

open for $97.50
per week man. Age 25 to 59. Also R !
have opening for semi.retired 9M

man. (Would consider lady 40
to 60.) Route sales. For personal
.. ,". e 3k .
interview in your community, ?1 Its i 4. -.. a.roeee a : 1.t
write J. H. McGarity, P. O. Box rr ;

627, Wllliston, Florida. : ,.
Feb. 14-3t
F
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at y"S

reasonable prices Call George

Jarosz, ID 7.3410. ;
1-24-7-25 p. k lC

WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) customcrs. -

Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.

FOR Aug SALE-L.30-tfc P. Bulk Gas We Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blightsmaneb

will fill tank will fungicide
your or we

L furnish you with a tank. Call . assure top yields of No. 1's
I Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at _ : :,

ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. I ;
Aug. 30ticEXPERT On.-ch.micai blight control-a spray program with "Manzate" ,,II .
maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. ,'
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REPAIR SERVICEOn Better yields,quality and profits="Manzate" helps boost yields as 1

TV, Radios HI-FI, Sewing: much as 40 bushels per acre . gives you more f 1's, and naturally
Machines Vacuum Cleaners and !I increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas.

all small appliances. All work' Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough disease,mild on plants.It can be '

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth.
50 W. Granada next Eleven
Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
Fla
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mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticidesand
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fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.

.-.. Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been" thoroughly proved over the

JOHNSTON'SFLACLER years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy

BEACH REALTY CO.' handling.
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LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, S 4S On all cktmtealt,follow labeling instruction and warnings carefuSy.
WATER FRONF, FARMS, ;

r See us for your ACREAGE real estate needs S. (OlJPONj(J ) MANZATE e ,

Office Phone lIE 9.2242 Each acre you spray with "Mansate" can
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 yield bushels more of f l'a like thcM. Field ...-....'..- maneb fungicide
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 28, 1963
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not required even during World nuch of Cubans former beauty'and but they are helpless in the face
War II. Even when possessinga charm has disappeared. of mlllWamen with machine

II jlagle &zch ration card they often find Buildings are In disrepair, few guns and the ever fearful prisonor
,. the supply of meat, milk, and are being kept up normal fa. the Wall Itself.

other foods has been exhausted. dUties are In disrepair, and the The Cuban people can not re

i' Seeking freedom, countless lack of paint Is evidenced every. move the communist cancer by
WORLD DAY OF PRATER I I Sunday at 9:45: A.M. and worship thousands have fled the coun where. Streets are slick with themselves. They need help

World Day of Prayer will be I I hour Is 11 A.M. with Rev. try, often risking their lives In ,",ease and oil left by motor cars and the disease will continueto

observed Friday, March 1, at Reynold Hoover, minister. There small open boats, leaving be. that are falling apart. Homes spread if steps are not taken
1:30 P.M., at the Flagler Beach will be a covered dish dinner hind everything but the clotheson formerly owned by those who by the U. S. and Latin-American

Methodist Church on DaytonaAve. following the worship service their back.Professional 'I fled have been confiscated and countries.
Churches participating are and the official board will meet men, lawyers, turned over to Chinese and Rus I
the Bunnell Methodist, Flagler after the dinner. Everyone Is doctors, dentists and capable sian communist technicians who' Approximately 12 per cent of

Beach Baptist, Community Me. welcomed. technicians were among the first I I I swagger about the streets, en- the 13,826 students enrolled at
i ituiJlal and the Flagler Beach -- to leave. You will find them In Joy special privileges, better the University of Florida hold

Methodist. BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Miami and other cities, work. food, better clothes and better part-time Jobs on the campus.Of .
ing at menial tasks as Janitors, 'I accommodations. Resentment Is these 1,258 axe men studentsand

I COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Sunday School convenes each night watchmen, porters, taxi reflected in the faces of Cubans 382 are women. '
CHURCH NEWS Sunday at 9:45 and worship timeis drivers, any work they can find. I
11 A. M. with Rev. Atlee Stevens Everything they left behindwas -
'! Sunday School Is at 9:45: A. M.
.. Union Is confiscated by the Castro
Training
pastor.
and church service Is at 11 A.M. FOR
at 6:15 P.B. each Sunday eve- government, and tremendous
Rev. R. W. Dickert will speak
Is at amounts of household effects, PROTECTION AGAINST
I on "Our Part In the Plan of God" ning and evening worship EXPENSES OF
7:30 P.M. objects de art, and other goods
next Sunday.
have been shipped to other com CANCER
The Ladles Guild will have a

Turkey dinner March 7 at 6 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Nlcklos Trivingo for monist aramament countries to to further help tight.pay AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.

t I' In Fellowship Hall. The publicIs have Just returned to their homeIn
en the noose about (the necksof T. COOK AGENCYPhone
welcome. Winsor, Conn., after spending those who remain. ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida

I e week visiting with Rev. and Recent visitors report that,
PTA MEETS NEXT TUESDAY Mrs. Reynold Hoover. Mr. and ----- _. - -- --
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The Flagler Beach PTA meets Mrs. Trivingo are the parentsof
next Tuesday night at 7:30 In the Hoover's daughter in law.
the school cafetorlum. John 1 .

Cannon will be guest speakerand '
the second grade room ( NOW SEE WHAT S NEW

mothers will be hostesses for Too Late

the evening. I AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SFour

To Classify
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I
The executive board of the BY RuiMll Coy
Men's Club met at the homeof kinds of sport-all super There's the Chevy II Nova, also available
Leonard Johnson Monday; Jose R. Duarte, thirty third in an SS version. Special instrument
Want to make in ? cluster. Front buckets. trim.
spring come a hurry All-vinyl
night. The club will have an degree Mason and Grand Coun
Just pick a new car with whatever you Distinctive SS identification. Fourteen-
oyster roast and clam chowder cil of Cuba of the Ancient and hanker for in performance and sporty triminch wheels and tires with full wheel
March 16 at the church build. Accepted Scottish Rite, gave a mings-like bucket seats, 4-speed shift, disks. Three-speed shift or Fowerglide
Ing on Daytona Ave. Serving vivid account of conditions In lots of horses-and start driving it now. with floor-mounted shift console.
time will be from 5 to 7 P. M. Cuba, speaking In Miami before Chevy's got a lot of sport in four entirely Or the Corvair Monza Spyder with com
On Saturday, February 23, six the Supreme Council. different kinds of cars. plete instrumentation special identification
boys of the Methodist Church, First, the Jet-smooth Impala Super and an air-cooled Turbocharged Six.
He stated that to the present Sport with your choice of 7 And for a real wallop, see
adults
accompanied by !two ,
time, the Cuban government has different engines that range up the stunning Corvette Stingto
.. hiked from the church building taken to close Masonic 425 hp and that include the SUPER SPORT Ray, winner of the "Car Life"
no
to the Old Indian Burial Ground steps popular Turbo-Fire 409 with 1963 Award for Engineering
Just off the Old Kings Road, a lodges, but 'i distance of seven miles, where membership or attending meet. smooth, responsive driving in All told, four beautiful convertibles .
they enjoyed a marshmallow Ings are looked upon with sus modern traffic.Optional equipment four handsome
and weiner roast. picion. including Comfortilt coupes. You'll get a four-
"Never In the history of Cuba, steering wheel' that adjusts barrel kick just looking them
j Three other members, Rev. to convenience makes it over-and whole lot
since for freedom your a moreas
we fought our ,
Reynold Hoover, Lyman Gage super a sport as you'd like. fun out of driving one!
much distress
has there been
i and C. B. Hull, met the hikers so 'Optional at extra cost.
and desolation in our country,"
there and gave them a ride
home in a truck. he said.
Always a happy, carefree
The hikers included: Bruce
country In the past Cuba today,
Arnold Keenny Whitney, Wayne
under the of communism
yoke ,
Owens, Nathan Bruce, Wayne
Is divided the evil Ideas
Hutcheson, and David, Dale and now by
' Leonard Johnson. being spread in work centers,
socialist, clubs and .training
Church School time Is eachjfuwwwuvwuwvwvfwvvw i \
camps where men and boys,

yes, and girls, are given military .
;! o. r. ALFORD J, training against Yankee

[ S| Imperialism.There .
Estate are few smiling facesin
Real Broker
: 5 Cuba. Fear Is the dominant

1 Bunnell. Florida I emotion. Teachers are Instructing .
children In Marxist.
little
f1 t5.til.tLttiNS. t r
Leninist doctrine, teaching themto y &
r
, fear and to hate. As soldiers /
;. TV SERVICE of the revolution they are en.

couraged to spy on neighbors,
I ALL MAKES------ friends, even members of their 1- r
II Agent For own families.

In Cuba a citizen has no rightsat
r RCA & PHILCO
I' all, no guarantee of any kind, a !

! TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD nor Is there any law to protect
K AND INSTALLED i him, he Is faced with the Infamous .
execution wall, called '
t TUBES TESTED FREE I'the "paredon" where thousandsof : N

men and women have faced rra

' TV BobFLAGLER the firing squad.
I' j Food Is in short supply and

rationed. For the first time In
LLy
BEACH :
PHONE HE 9-2204 their lives Cubans stand in line :

I with ration cards, which were



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