Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00530
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 14, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00530
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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i E Flagler County I A ss RuweU d/<'< k o/ 1963Susan Warning Given I

Cancer Society I IOn Shellfish From

Is Authorized Local Waters

Sheriff Homer Brooks wasp I I 11w I It is a violation of the Florida

I elected president of ,the Flagler,' 1il I State Board of Health's Sanitary
County Unit of the American "fl.; Code for anyone to gather oysters -

Cancer Society at a meeting j clams, scallops, and mus-
I Thursday night. Named to serve I I lels from any water area prior \

with him were Mrs. Gwen Mc. | to a sanitary or bacteriollgical l lI
Griff who will serve as vice. t ; j survey is made and approval is ,
chairman and A. M McDaniel -f given.

as secretary.treasurer. Within Flagler County, the r
}. Dr. W. W. Shill decker, pathologist sr Intracostal Waterway, Pelllcer :
I. at the Halifax Hospital I Creek, Bulow Creek, Styles Creek, t

in Daytona, Beach, will serve as __ q. + 4 MI Y '' I Longs Creek, and the bays, t'
medical advisor for the chapter. lakes, canals and tributary wa

Directors named were: Dale B. s'r C ,- 1of + ters thereof have not been ap

Brown, A. M. McDaniel, Margaret proved for the harvesting or
Taylor, Gwen McGriff, Esther S_ t' gathering of these shellfish.
Heydt, Margaret Jane Deen, Florida Conservation Patrol
Bette McDaniel, Blanche Akers, t Officer John Seay said he has

Ellissa Tilton, and Eula Fuller. ', been informed these shellfish
Mrs. Nell Riggs of St. Augus ,3 I may be dangerous for human

tine, with the American Cancer 1 consumption. By an Interdepart

Society, and Dr. W. W. Shill I mental agreement, the Florida

decker were present and talked I Conservation patrol officers will

to .the group on cancer educa have to begin immediately to

tion program. Mrs. Riggs presented enforce the provisions of the
a certificate of authori code. I

nation for the chapter. Dr. Shill. Seay also said that to be sure

decker showed an educational (that shellfish were taken from
'to' film to the group. : j s water that has been approvedby

Mr. Brooks announced the the Health Department, a tag

Flagler County Unit will have will be attached to the container .
a loan closet consisting of hos ); N This tag will have the name, I

pital beds, and many other sick address, health certificate number

room needs. lIe also stated that r and Conservation Department
Craig Funeral Home has offered 4 license number thereon.Mr. .

free storage space for the closet Seay said anyone wish. '

ing to know which areas are ap

proved should contact the coun
Dedication Set Carle as she was crowned Miss Bunnell High of 1963. Placing the crown on ty health officer
Susan Is Grace Steflik who was Miss Bunnell High of 1962. Grace Is now a student at Heavy pollution has been re

.. ''r"For Pentecostal ._ \ the, University of Florida lij, Gainesville. % ported In adjoining counties and
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Holiness ChurchThe Susan' was elected Miss Bunnell High In (he 'Tri-HI-Y contest Saturday evening at the the Flagler area waters'.are being r

Bunnell Gym. She is a member of the Senior Class of 19C3 of Bunnell High School. She Inspected.

New Pentecostal Holiness is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle of Bunnell.

Church, which has Just been
completed and is located just Runnersup in the contest were Allida Tucker, Gall Wadsworth, and Mary Brown. Radiological
The Queen and her court were selected from a group of 29 contestants.
off Deen Road, will be dedicated
Classes Ended
Sunday afternoon, March r Photo by Phillip Whitley. ;

17th. I ----
The will be at 2:30 I Diplomas TuesdayClasses
1 ceremony I '
with Rev. Bion A. Jones, Con. i Nancy BrannamIs News and Comment,Funeral Held In radiation detection

ference Superintendent, officiating -] (By Eula Fuller) which have been held here in
f the pastor, Rev. John Lin- Tapped For"Mortarboard" For Mann Baker the afternoon and evening several

gold, announced today. The pub. The community was saddenedthis .
weeks, with about 35 persons
lie is invited to attend. week with the passing of I' Here WednesdayWallace I
participating, has ended,
Rev. Lingold also said 'the Man Baker. As so many of the'
studentat (Mann) Baker, porterat Raymond Smith, Flagler County
Nancy Carol Brannam,
/' revival service, now in progress Oldtimers have said during the
the University of Florida in I Moody's Pharmacy, formelyHolden's Civil Defense Director, said to.
each evening at the new church, week "it Is another one of Bun
Gainesville, has been tapped In. i Pharmacy, for the past day.Those
will continue through Sunday, nell's old landmarks gone.
to Mortarboard, national college: 40 years passed away Saturday who have attended the
March' 24. Services are held Mann was known to the
women's leadership honorary so I evening, March 9, at the Halifax classes are to take an examination
each evening and Rev. Ralph young and old, and both
Hospital In Daytona Beach. be awarded diplomas next
Morgan of Palatka will be the I ciety. white and colored population of
Nancy, daughter of Mr. and He had been treated at the hos. Tuesday evening, Smith said.
speaker. The public Is also In. the community. He will be remembered
Mrs. L. L. Brannam of Bunnell, pital about ''ten days for a heart "In the event of nuclear radia-
voted to attend. by (those who knew
ailment. lon-from any cause-Smith
Members of the Church begana was one of ten coeds tapped into him best for his honesty, faith. '
the university's Trianon chapter. Mann was born at Long Station these are the people the population -
fund raising about fulness, politncss, and his
program gen.
Selection was, made from university in Putnam County, and must depend upon to determine -
two and the uine Interest and for
years ago pastor
juniors the basis of had lived in Bunnell about 50 what Is to be done or
Rev. Lingold, has done most of on everyone's needs. .just for being .
leadership, character, scholarship years, or more. not 'to be done in that event.
the work the Mann.
on building, mem
bers said and service to the univers Funeral service was held The schooling was a part of
today. Wednesday afternoon from the civil defense education in this

The building has a sanctuarywith of ity.To be eligible for membershipa Orchids to all those who have St. James Baptist Church of county. Already great strides

a seating 175. capacity also have approximately coed must be in the second worked so hard to get the Flag which he was a member.lie have been made in this countyIn

four Sunday school They and semester of her junior year to ler County Cancer Society organized is survived by his wife, civil defense with the set-
two rest rooms.SENIOR be nominated by a Dean or This is a very worth Ruby; a brother, Albert, and an ting up of what has been said
a campus organization and while organization which was I adopted son, Frankie.METHODIST "is sufficient shelters to protect

CLASS have an academic average of long overdue in Flagler County. all of the people of the county."

four tenths above the all. 1 I Bette McDaniel has been named MEN

TO SPONSOR I women's average. Crusade Chairman for the April PLAN SUPER V. F. W. Sponsors

HAM SHOOTThe I Tapping ceremonies started at drive, County Chairman Homer CHICKEN

Senior Class of Bunnell 11:30 p. m. and ended at 3 a. .m., Brooks reports. The Methodist Men's Club of Shrimb Boil April 20
r High School will sponsor a Ham March 1st.Nancy the Flagler Beach Methodist

Shoot at the airport on Saturday is president of Yulee Have you noticed that Easteris Church will serve a Bar-B-Que The Veterans of Foreign Wars'ost

afternoon. The shoot will Hall and also Is serving as an only one day before the Income Chicken Supper at the Church 5213: voted at its meeting

be In charge of R. A. Powell and Honor Court Justice.FLAGLER tax deadline this year? on Saturday evening, March 16. Monday evening to sponsor a

will begin at 2 o'clock. The club had planned an oyster Shrimp Boll at the post homeon

All members of the senior TOWNS If this lovely spring weather roast and clam bake for April 20, Commander Dale

class who have not participatedin continues maybe we will be this date, but due to the pollution Brown said ,today.
other fund raising affairs are GET CIGARETTE TAXThe able to get rid of the flu bug restriction on taking oysters The Shrimp Boil will be a

asked to be at the airport at following amounts have that has visited so many homesIn clams, and scallops, they benefit affair and the proceeds

1 o'clock to help in the prepara been received by the municipal. the county these past few changed to the chicken supper. wilt be used by the post on

, tion, Mrs. Frances Edmonson Ites In Flagler county from col. weeks.It They will serve from :5.30: to 7 post projects.The .

said today. lection of taxes on cigarettes in o'clock that evening. post recently voted to

I Proceeds of the shoot will be January. has been said Faith and The dinner will be served on give $25.00 to the band trip

used for the class trip to Nassau. Beverly Beach, $100.28; Bun ''' Patience are great assets and the grounds of the Methodist fund and $25.00 to the senior I

The public is Invited to par nell, $1,98181; Flagler Beach 'I wonderful aids If you have Church, Daytona Avenue. The class trip fund, Commander I

ticipate. I,$52152; and Marlneland 5898. them when you need them. public is Invited. Brown said.

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1 2 3 4 4 H ler Beach will be a top contend.
Baptist Church Ab R H Innings
B. C. 0 1 0 0 3 4 I er for the league title. V. F. W.
G. Worley 4 0 1 IF.
I D. Manuel 3 0 1 F. W. 5 0 2 0 x 7I slipped by the Baptist Church
SRP3 3 base, Pee will show more with the two
Pee Wee Robinson 3 1 1 2 base, G. Worley
B. Robinson boys pitching they will
Bobby Robinson 3 0 0 I Wee Robinson: win pitcher
Hal King 1 1 0 Barrow; losing, B. Robinson; Umpire make It tough on the other 3
Pache. teams. The V. F. .W. has two
1. Cody 2 2 1 .I Moody;
I : promising pitchers in Paul Barrow .
,N .. '. ." . I" p .Rhodes 2 0 0 I I BROWSING WITH THE and Mike Durrance. To me
it looks like that the team that
(By Leslie Pache) D. Anderson 301 D. Higginbotham 3 0 1 I MIDGET LEAGUERS will win the league title will
P. Ellenbach 0 0 0 Well we opened our 1963 baseball
F. Fleurie 2 1 0
I II be the team that will learn to
M. Manuel 1 2 1 B. Barker 0 0 0 I season in great style.
WINS SEASON OPENER ; __ .. I spring training was a wet peri play the best sportsmanship ball
Earl Rice, Glen Carle, J. Cook I and play baseball. After a few
25 8 9 21 4 .od. Many of the younger
and Benny Geller Big Bats Boom I 5.I I could hardly wait and a lot of games the boys will feel out
Boomed in the 2nd and 3rd innings each other and fans can enjoy
Innings 12345R V. F. W. lob R H them dreaming of their first
for 5 and 6 runs to win 1 F. M. C. 0560112 R. Robertson 3 0 ::. game an experience which comes I'some fancy little midget league
out 12 to 8 over the Idlewood'Idlewood 251008 M. Durrance 1 1 0 I but once In their life time. ball. Bebe Moody is helping me

Club. Two-base, G. Carle, B. Geller, I... Bunno 3 0 0 Now that we opened it will be with the program.
Glen Carle took over the pitch-1 E. Rice, J. Bertha, B. Moore: 3. M. Kelly 1 1 0 much easier as the question Games today are Baptist vs.
ing for John Bertha who lost his base E. Rice, G. Carle; HR, B. P. Barrow 1 2 0 won't be popped to me so much. Idlewood. Friday it Is Methodistvs.
control in the bottom of the Geller. T. Whittaker 2 2 2 Our opening games found the V. F. W.GIRLS .

2nd inning. J. Collins was the Winning pitcher, tt. Carle and K. Robertson 2 1 0 Methodist Church downing the I
big gun for the Idlewood club losing pitcher, J. Collins. Umpire, G. Koczwanskl 2 0 1 Idlewood Club. Both teams I GIRLS GIRLS

getting 3 hits and striking out 9. Pache; Scorer, B. Moody.V. B. Hornsby 1 0 O.looked good in field and bat. I The Bunnell Recreation Dept. I
Buddy Moore got a long double, r. Bratcher 1 0 0 I ting. The Idlewood Club whichis was asked if a softball league

for the Idlewood Club. W. Pe11lcer 1 0 0 J J formed with boys from Flag j Continued To Page 5 ,
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J. Cook 3 3

J. Roreston 2 2 0 V. F. W. Midget Team scored .
E. Rice 4 1 3 I five runs in the first inning on
J. Bertha 4 0 1 four walks, one error and a '
B. Geller 3 2 2: Texas Leaguer by George
M. Barber 3 1 1 wanskl, and the Baptist team
C. Johnson 3 1 1 could not overcome the lead. 66ft
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J. Geller 2 0 0 Bobby Robinson settled down LWlln@@l
G. Carle 3 2 3 and held the Veterans to two

more runs, striking out 11 bat-
Z1 12 13 ters. Paul Barrow struck out 7
Idlewood Ab R H I Ty Whittaker had two for two.
J. Collins 4 2 3 The Church team had the bases n
C. Bagett 2 1 0 I I loaded in the bottom of the fifth fi ft @)1y =J
J. McNab 3 1 II{and pitcher Mike Durrance with

J. McDaniel 4 0 1 j I the count 3.2, struck out the last
B. Moore 2 1 1 batter !to save the game for the I
D. Johnston 4 0 I''I Veterans. I.

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Ll.t g. ur t6 t.s are S recta per word ecel, lneertlon, jlliI) n '\
on a.wt. mtc1 e., ek.rn.-
FOR SALE Single bed, springsand FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment ,
mattress. Call IDlewood $40.00 per month. Call, A
73528. 3-14-ltp Harris Appliance ID 7.3367.I. ;

FOR SALE-Boxer Pups ACK March -tf I. llh1fi1t9 fi '

registered. Fawn with white ZIG ZAG SEWING machine re- < :
markings. Everyone a beauty. ; possessed due to unfortunate r
$50.00 and $65.00. C. A. Meekins, circumstance, 62 model in perfect I ( ,
John Anderson Highway, Phone condition, sews forward and :
HE 9-200S, 3-14-lte reverse, makes button holes,:
sews on buttons, embroideriesand
FOR SALE-compartment sink monograms, darns and
$7.00; 1 bathroom sink $5.00; I patches, tacks, hems, etc. Assume -
1 portable commode $5.00; tf. 6 payments of $6.00. Phone ORTIIO tells
horse motor $3.00; 1 window fan Daytona Beach CL 3.8106 how to get the insects other sprays miss.

$25.00. Bimini Bar, ID 77133. March 7.-4te With the contact and systemic action of Phosphamidon.

Experienced teacher 1m Bunnell A WATKINS ROUTE in this
on Saturdays. For appointmentwrite easy. They had a million places potato insects.
is open for semi-retired man, or
Gene Masters 20 to hide under leaves
Central in the
lady. Many people
Ave., St. Augustine Fla. Phone crevices of vines anyplace G Another good thing.
earn $50.00 to $100.00 per week except
depending on time devoted to VA 95607. 2-28-5tp ,where you could hit 'em Phosphamidon is absorbed so

Route. Also have 1 full time FOR SALE-Two bedroom Chouse with an ordinary spray. quickly that you're not going to

Route open. Maybe you can in HIHcrest Large lot and lose any time in the fields. Your
qualify. For personal interviewin 'large '...((3* Phosphamidon
garage, $7,500.00 Howard changed workers can be back on the fob
your area, write J. H. Me- F. Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler all that. It's one spray that moves just a few hours after

Garity, Box 627, Willlston, Flor- Beach. Phone HE 9-2395. right In for the kill ,Fast, thor spraying.

Ida. 3.14-3to Feb. 28-tf ough contact kill Is a starter. .&& It all boils down to this:

Real Estate Opportunity '{ ESSO STATION FOR But then it's absorbed into thethere are two good ways to get
CAN YOU SELL? I rid of stubborn
plant's potato pests. And
Your own full-time business, LEASE system, and finds its way
Real Estate, right in this area. Financial assistance for respons to places insects hide, safe from Phosphamidon is both of 'em.

National company, establishedin ible party. most other sprays. So you get
1900, largest in its field. (Un Humble Oil & Refining Co. 'em where PhospJiamldon 4
licensed write us.) Trainingand Phone Daytona Beach 255-3351 they live, by "remote -
instruction given In all Feb. 21-4f controL. And you get 'em good. Spray tf a com'linatlon

phases of your operation from contact,
Start to Success. All advertising, SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at
all signs, forms, supplies are reasonable prices. Call George all the worst potato pests. FoxInsecticide.
furnished. Nationwide advertising -, Jarosz, ID 73410. a
brings Buyers from Every 1.24-7.25 p. glove aphids, potato aphids, water dispersible

where. Can you qualify You buckhorn aphids, green peach liquid, sold
must have initiative, excellent WANTED-Bulk (I...P. Gas) cus aphids, leaf hoppers and corn in ftojphomtfo"
character (bondable), sales ability tomers. Call Harris Appliance & borers. one-gallon
In fact
be financially responsible. Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Phosphamidon glass jugs.
Commission-volume opportunity Aug 30-tfc

for man, woman couple or team '"" "Helping the World Grow Better" '
That Can Sell. Write today for

637 East Broadway, Ocala Fla., BEACH REALTY CLOTS O.
Ph: 622.8218. 3-7-4tc IIOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

or RENT-2 bedroom
house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. ACREAGESee
Back lot fenced in, $65 a month. us for your real estate needs
Office Phone lIE 9.2242
Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
day and ID 7.3267 evenings. 61
ID 7.3517
March 7-5tc 1 f.tp.Rte.nr eeeci.sawc,,.. MrtrnaeewM.enwgannee.w..eel.


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I I not win a prize, the Judges have tion of the United States. The ers graduations, etc. For information awards are: Elaine OW4ws,

r Buttnett dt i.4 asked me to tell you that they I i I recipes are very practical and on how to obtain this Nancy Hargett, Brenda Townsend .

were favorably Impressed with are suitable for everyday meals book, contact the home economics Glen Carle, and GeorgeKoezwanski.

: School ftettt your essay and they felt that I,: as well as creative and gourmet teacher at the Bunnell High .

you should be commended. !!I attractions. School.

Caroline Clifton. School Editor) ; I i
( I The letter goes on to say: "We I' The "Dessert Edition" contains i Mary Matthews. I SANTA CLAUS BEARDS

Seniorsare a section for Santa Claus beards, which
SENIOR CLASS: The are very grateful for your participation separate I

sponsoring a Ham Shoot on in the Writing Con I cakes, cookies, pies and candies Mrs. Tonkin's 6A class is giving sprout overnight at Christmastime .

Saturday, March 16, beginning test and we hope that you retain I Cooking tables, charts,.and help out awards for good pen. often are made from

i at 2 P.M. The price is $1 per your interest in the subject ful pointers plus many photo. I manship. We hope that manyin shaggy yak fur imported from

I shot. The shells will be furn of !the essay and continue graphs make these sections very the class will win awards. the Himalayan kindgdoms of

ished free of charge. to develop your good ability to I useful. A desserts calorie chart I Those already who have won Nepal and Bhutan.

express your ideas in writing" frozen dessert section and des I

Linda Harris was selected to Congratulations to Nancy! sert spice charts are included. I
Senior's candidate In the
be the Barbara Smythe.The .
FFA Sweetheart Contest. The "Meats Edition" contains
Carol Hoskins. FHA many various way of cooking
girls are selling
meats with different and new
recipe books their
as annual
FTA-The FTA Club will moneymaking project The ideas. There are many photographs I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THOSE
to show off the meats.
sponsor a St. Patrick's Day cookbooks are available in two
dance on Friday night at the kinds. One book has recipes on Other sections In the "Desserts

Civic Center. Dancing will be meats, the other one has recipeson Edition" feature frostings and SION RACE.

from 8 to 12 with the Country desserts. These recipes are fillings, puddings and custards,

Rocks providing the music. The the favorites of Home EC. teach frozen desserts, fruit desserts,

prices are 50 cents and 75 cents. ers throughout the I). S. shortcakes, Jiffy desserts, des. LEVI BRANNAM, SR.

The leprechaun will be watching sert sauces and toppings des.
The FHA Is .
Chapter conducting
you, so be sure to come. serts for'large groups and many
Mary Pache. their annual sales of the ,
others. Low calorie, foreign, and - --------
famous cookbook, Favorite Recipes .
convenience recipes contained In
of Home Economics Teach.
FRESHMAN CLASS The separate sections are worth the
Freshmen have selected Christine -i ers. The 19C3 edition features price alone. THANKS TO VOTERSI
desserts and party beverages.These .
them in
Casey to represent
I cookbooks are sold only Party beverages
Contest occupy a position
the FFA Sweetheart
Sue Deen. for fund raising. The 1962 of Importance In this WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY THANKSTO

I edition featuring meats can also grand collection of recipes. An THE VOTERS FOR THE SUPPORT GIVEN

NANCY WILSON GETS I be obtained from the Chapter. entire section is devoted to recipes

LETTER OF MERIT homemakers will find In these on party punch and bev ME IN THE CITY ELECTION.

books the most complete collection erages.
Last week Nancy Wilson re
of meat and dessert
ceived a letter of merit from recipesever
Claud Andrews, the chairman of: printed. They contain over I Favorite Recipes of Home Economics LESLIE Z. PACHE

contest 4,000 recipes submitted by home Teachers make an ex.
the recent writing I
which was sponsored by the economics teachers in every sec- cellent gift for weddings, show ,

Governor's Committee on Em ,.,
I ployment of the Handicapped.

A part of the letter Is quoted I Run clean through gasoline in every 8? Then change to RPM Motor

I t i I as follows: "Although you did Oils, the deposit-free oils with the amazing ashless I

with detergent that almost halts engine wear! Choose .'
I.KCJISI.ATIOV from RPM Special and RPM Supreme-two great I
Notice Is hereby given that the oils. Both are !high-detergent. Both clean engine I
will seek the intro- "
undersigned RPM MOTOR
duction and the passage of a Spe- OILSWant parts as: you drive, keep your engine young. .You'llfind I
cial or Local Act In the 1963 Legislature -
of the State of F , dnt that RPM in your crankcase means long-run' )r

II of quiring City Commissioner candidates for of the the'City your car to sjngthrough spring...with smooth. ning mileage protection for your car One try '

of fee Bunnell.of live Florida per cent to(5 pay%) a of Wing the er performance, every mile? Want engine parts so tells why Standard products are Dixie's favorites!

annual qualifying salary of entitling the office him as to a clean, so friction-free, you save up to 1 gallon of STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) "" f

have his name printed on the of-

tidal DATED ballot.at BunneH Floridathis, 6th day of March kA. D. 1861.*.'*' !.1'
By C. B. Eisenbach, Mayor
March II-Itc

Notice is hereby given that, the
undersigned will seek the intro-
duction and the passage of a Spe ,
cial or Local Act In the 1963 Legislature ;;) ,
of the State of Florida pro
viding for the caatlnfJof abeentee
ballots by electorsin
all Municipal: elections to beheld
In the town of Bunnell FlorIda -
providing for absentee bal I
lots. application time and form.
DATED at Bunnell Florida this
6th day of March A. D. 1963. "'I
By C, B. Eisenbach Mayor. :; '
March 14-Itc ..
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onnnii ,
The Game and Fresh Water Fish . ,
Commission of the State of Florida ;
under and by virtue of the power "V-1R M
and authority granted under Sec- ;,
tion 30, of Article IV of the Con-
etltutlon of the State of Florida
UH amended and ratified by thevoters :
of Florida on November 3.
1942. and Ilules and Regulationsof -_,
the Commission I In official meetIng -
held In, Orlando, Florida February \
has closed as a .I/
28. 3963 t 'rife
refuge within which the taking offish ,
and wildlife Is prohibited for j4 A r4 .i
an Indefinite period of time the
following described area in St.
Johns. Clay, Putnam, Lake, Flaglerand !
Volusla, Counties, Florida. J,
;St. Johns County: That area In'' ,
Hallowe's Cove Southeast of Green a k
Cove Springs I located In Township N
II. S., Range 26 E., consisting of
an area along the shoreline ap- .
proximately m r miles long and V. -":,,
mile wide. ;. ,
Clay County: That area of .
Clark. Bar on the west side of I'\\Y n \ a <. .
lower river I north of Wagon Wheelsituated
In Sections S and 8, Town :.!:
ship 7 S.. Range 2? E., consistingof : _
an area along the shoreline ap-
proximately) 1%r miles long and
one mile wide. ;:
Putnam County: That area of :; / t
Lake George point situated In Sections I: .
7 and 12, Township 13 8.,
Range 27 El. consisting of an area s c
along the shoreline approximately y
2 miles long tT1arl wide.Lake ," (
: area'of Hll-'
ver Green Bar opposite Forbes I
situated Township 15 8.. Rang
27 E. consisting of an area along
the shoreline approximately miles
long and ,4 mile wide.
Flagler County: That area on K- :. STANDARD
the east side of Lake Crescent from
Breezy Point south to Norwood
plying situated In Sections S. Sand
31. Township 13 8, Hang 21 K., ,
consisting of an area along the
shoreline approximately H4 miles
long and H mile wide.
Volusla County: That area on -
the southern side of etrsMTfi lAke'I -- ,
Beresford south of Cove situatedIn 1 1r. 1
Township 17 S.. Range 10 E., 1i i
and consisting of an area along
the shoreline approximately one
mile long and >/4 mile wide.A. .
D. ALDRICH Director .
Game'and Fresh Water '. .
Fish Commission. Agent Bunnell, FloridaThul t

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is still going strong and is virtually I -

a permanent annual all- 1
i i SPfJ'NOTm'ES American selection.

Her record shows five shutouts .

; : 143 consecutive scorless In.

flings, 77 strikeouts and an
Continued From Page 2 earned run average of .073 1 In QUANTITY RIGHTS STORE HOURS:

for girls could be organized. I the 1950 worlds tournament. In RESERVED
approached Miss Sarlta Bradley, the 1951 world tourney she had Week Days 8:00 a. m. to..7:00 p. m.
physical education teacher of 60 strikeouts In 48 innings and Prices Good March 14, 15, 16 Saturdays 8:00 a. m. to...9:00 p. m.

Bunnell High School who was allowed four runs. In 1952 she

very glad to do all she can to raised her strikeout average In .
form a league.We 'the world championship to 68

will be looking for any in 53 innings while permittingsix

organization that would like to runs.

sponsor a team. Teams will be I
Bertha Ragan, Margie Law,
for girls 13 through senior grade. I Kay Rich, Newlyn Greer, lake

Teams will be formed as evenly Duncan, Lu Mahoney, Carolyn

as possible. Each team will play I Thome, Irene Huber, Elaine Harris .

one game a week. Winners will Dot Wilkin, Terry Hiltz, Bea
receive awards at the end of Sanderson, Freda Savona Ma.rie .

I the season. Wilson, Amy Peralta, Betty
_. _
Miss Bradley has started a : Grayson, Nina Morgan, Toots

) Softball program in her physical ,Nusse, Alma Wilson, Thelma

education program this week. I Golden, Dot Underwood, Hazel j J
am glad 'to see the girls taking Gill. These are just a few worn. SMOKED I

'an interest in the game as we en who are famous players.

would like to put more activityin Jax Maids of New Orleans;

the recreation program. Orange Llonettes Raybestos

Girls' Softball Facts and Figures Brakettes, Stratford, Conn. These

Bertha Ragan, the outstandingwoman 'three states have been dominating .
pitcher of all time the world championshipIn HALF or

hurled the Orange, Calif. Lion- the women class with their r
elites to a 2.1 triumph In 20 Innings teams.

over the Fresno, Calif. y

Rockets in the world event at BASEBALL TRYOUT THIS wwiLMArmour :

Detroit in 1951. SATURDAY FOR BOYS 13.16

Miss Ragan, who had 22 (By Buzzy McKnlght)

strikeouts, has pitched more A tryout for all boys ages 13!
than 100 no-hit no-run games through 16 will be held at 10 "

and has six perfect games in o'clock Saturday morning at the \

her record. She has scored 233 Hillcrest field in Flagler Beach.

shutouts and 4,630 strikouts. She The team will be entered' In ...,
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- the Babe Ruth League of either
KVTII Jl'lliriAb CIRCUIT, IN Holly Hill or Ormond Beach and
ANI FLORIDA IX' CIIANCERY NO. will consist of 15 players. So far
4811 un'. A nine players have signed to Cello First Cut
LANCELOT ALLEN I'YKE II.Plaintiff.. up .
play, and at least 10 more

WILLIE o. .VI.PYRE should come out this week. FRANKS lb. 49' Pork 49*
NOTICE OK Defendant.SUIT For the boys who plan to par. Chops .

IN THE NAME OF THE .STATE ticipate, the only personal equip.

TO OF: WILLIE FLORIDA O.:: PYRE JL ment needed will be gloves and
Whose place of residence la shoes. All catching equipment

are unknown.You hereby. notified and required bats' balls, uniforms, etc. will Lean All Meat WORLD'S- ----- BEST '
to tile your answer to the
be furnished the
by team.
Complaint titlxd Cause filed. In In the the office above of en.the Cre." 3S'
h .. Clerk of the' above styled Court at STEW: Ib.69 Beef $13' :
his office In the Courthouse In Bun.
nell. Florida, on or before April For
16, 1SSJ. and to serve a copy of CONSERVATIONNEWS
such answer upon HUBERT H.
HEVEY. JR.. Plaintiff attorney
herein, whose address Is 400 Broad-

"FLAGLEU way Daytona TRIBUNE"Beach I. Florida.hereby / By Long Island Irish I Seald Sweet 6 oz. FROZEN0r'igeJuiceF.r89 1
designated as the newspaper in Tilman W. RobinsonThe
which this order shall be publishedonce f
a week for four consecutive local Soil Conservation *
weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A Potatoes: 39 <
DECREE FRO CONFESSO FOR Service office has received notice
BE SUCH ENTERED FAILURE.AGAINST YOU that Secretary of Agriculture Or. ,g

The nature of this suit Is a bill vllle F. Freeman has approvedthe
for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal at Haw Creek Watershed plan. Mcintosh
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florid' Fro Joy.lgApples
of March. A. D. I96J. ning assistance.The
this 11th day
(Seal) Circuit Court E. planning authorization > .

By Clerk Flagler Julia County.It Deputy Harvey Florida Clerk surveys provides{ as for may investigations be necessary and to fag::39 Ice Milk g,. 49*

14.21.28 & April 4-4tc
March develop a watershed work plan

I IN THK CIRCUIT COtlllT, 9RVKNTII under the authority of the Wa
tershed Protection and Flood
AND FLORIDA.FOR EQUITY:KLACLKH!NO.COUNTY 4613 Prevention Act. This includes Winter Garden 20 oz. Borden's Canned

J WILLIAM 0.C KONOW.Plaintiff. planning on several creeks and FRUIT MILK 7 Tall Cans $100

HEDWIG O.v.KONOW. combinations of creeks in the
. Defendant. watershed area. When the plan-
I I NOTU.t: TO AN!Al'I'KAH WEIt AM I nlng is completed, the first of PIES I New Welch'

IN THE FIXJRIDA NAME, OK THE 8TATKOF these to come up with the nec APPLE and Ea.

TO: HEDW1U O. KONOW essary matching funds and the GRAPE DRINK Zge '

Hackensack.435 Cre.twood New Avenue Jersey necessary easements and rights- Each

I You are hereby notified that a of way, will be first on which 29 Kraft
suit has been brought against you
In the Circuit Court of Flagler construction is started.
County. Florida In Equity by MAYONNAISE Pt.
WILLIAM G.C. KONOW. Plaintiff! I 3Se
and you are hereby required 10 nle Iceland's Great Geysir can be AppleCherryLimit
personally or by Attorney with the
Clerk of said Court your written coaxed into shooting boiling Starki.t Light Chunk
defenses. If any to the ComplaintIn 2 Please
water high into the air with
said suit on or before the 15th a
day of April. A. D. 1963 and also charge of surface-tension-reliev. TUNA Each Zge'
to serve a copy of your written Maxwell House
defenses upon Messrs. Osslnsky & ing detergent.
i Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff at
their office address at 411 Main Kraft Deluxe
Street Daytona Beach Florida, on Macaroni
or before the 15th day of April COFFEE Each
A. D. 1963. as required by the Florida {She Stagier uribmirIIUXXELI DINNER 39
Equity Rules and herein fall *
not or Decree Pro Confesso and
Final Decree will be entered FLORID.1MRS.
against you by default. 1 All Flavor 3 Oz.
You are further notified that the
name of the Court In which said )I. B. FULLER. Editor tf 49
suit has been Instituted Is the Circuit JELLO Each
Court. Seventh Judicial Circuitof 9c<<
Florida In and for Flagler Desiccated Official Publication
County. In Equity, and that the Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit Three
title of said suit is as hereinabove tr Pablle Netlers .f FlacUrC

set You forth.are further notified that the .antr, Municipalities therein
nature of said suit Is a suit for and the State .f Florida
divorce and for other relief as set FREE
forth In the Complaint. ATTENTION
WITNESS my hand and Mal of
office, Flagler Count, Entered as -cond class matter On and T V STAMPS
d.t.nnm'h day of February, 191. at the p stofflce Mondays, Tuesdays |
A. D. 19AI1"ul' Wednesday we will have j
((' Court !gal. at Bunnell. Florida under act of
EMIL A. HMYTHB. as Clerkof March ,. 1378. Early Week Specials be : With Purchase of $5.00
the Circuit Court of Flagler sides week end
County. Florida. our special or More Food Order and
OSS1NSKY & KROL. that start Thursdays and This Coupon.end .
.Attgrnega far Plafhtlff < ,: PDt ;rear $2.H

Dayton 411 Main Beach.Street Florida ". sir \nODth. .._...,n.n Saturday nights. Good Thru 3-16-63
March 14-11-21 April 4-4tc
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I 5fagfer Beach FLooD DST MEATS STORE , -

Benefit Military Whist Party I

Miss Faye Bass was honored will be held at the Flagler I
with a party, held followingthe Woman's Club on Thursday evening PRICES GOOD
evening service at the Bap March 21st, at 7:30 o'clock. : QUANTITY
tist Church, last Sunday nightAbout
Come and have fun. Public In. I
25 friends enjoyed chocolate
vited. For reservations call Mrs. I
birthday cake and punch. Otis Magee, Mrs. Frank Schwenk i Limit 3
Miss Emily Gage.

St. Patrick's Day theme of .
The Flagler Beach shuffleboard
and set the background
green gold club will, in the future,
Mrs. Ann Batten
as be known as the Flagler Shulf- River SlicedPicnics
hosted the Flagler Beach Garden Fully Cooked Palm
fleboard and Social Club.
Club's March meeting. Mrs.
Esther Juengling acted as co The first social affair will bea Lb. $189 Lb.
l hostess. After the roll call, St. Patrick's Party at the MI. CanLimit BACON 49
t, which showed 17 members and Ian Hotel Annex Saturday evening
two guests present, and the March 16, at 8 o'clock. This One
business meeting, members displayed will ,be for members and friends. KRAUT AND WIENERS
dish gardens. Officers of the club are: Effl
The April meeting of the Goodwin, president; Paul R. Vogel Frozen Jiffy Lyke's All' Meat Vac. Pak

club will be held at the Flag.I vice president; Charles
ler Beach Women's Club with Charon treasurer; Rose Gort, Steaks Wieners 12 0z. 35<
Mrs. Leola Jones and Mrs. Betty secretary; Bradford Bowen, cus Cello
Strom as cohostesses.METHODIST todian. OEa
Or Veal 3 Packages ._. $1.00

CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. John McCabe I
303 Bush ChoppedKRAUT
had as their recent guests (their Patties
Church school is at 9:45 A.M.
: .son, John McCabe, Jr., from l"
each Sunday and worship hourIs I Rochester, N. Y., and Mr and 2 35*
at 11 o'clock with Rev.
Reyn Mrs. Raymond Youngman from _
old Hoover, minister. A nurseryis
Williamson, N. Y.
provided for small children ,Maxwell House
Mrs. Reynold Hoover and Mrs.
, during church. .Henderson's SuperfineCOFFEE
Ruth Marker were visiting a
few days last week In Jackson. u
BAPTIST CHURCH vllle with Mrs. Hoover's daughter 39' SUGAR sbt: 39*
Sunday school is at 9:45 and and family,' Mr. and Mrs.
worship hour is at 11 o'clock Lee Roney and daughters, Jill
with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. and Marda. Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food OrderBakeRite
Training Union is at 6:15 P.M.

and evening worship Is _at 7:30.: Flagler Beach friends of Mrs.
i Youth Fellowship will follow Stanley Springer who attended Lb. *
r the evening worship service at the funeral of her father David Shortening 3 49

the pastorium. DeCastro of DeLand, last Sunday Can

I afternoon were Rev. and Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
k COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Atlee Stevens, Mrs. E. D.
The Ladles Guild will meet
Johns, Mrs. Willie Aaron and
21/ Can Food KingPEARS 303 Can Shurfine FruitCocktail
*today (Thursday) at 2 P.M. at Mrs. Bennie Clay.
'the home of Mrs. Batten, 2004 I,
I S. Central Ave. > Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 3 1 l 5 $100Dawn
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. Jack Meekins for a few days Fr For
each Sunday with classes for all last week was Mr. Meekins'

ages. At the 11 o'clock worship brother, J. C. Meekins, from
service Rev. R. W. Dickert will Pembroke Ga. Fresh MushroomSTEAK
I continue his messages on "Our
Part in God's Plan of Life." The Gage home was the set. OZ.

I ting for a picnic supper last SAUCE 25W 19
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lyons Tuesday evening with Mr. and
and Charles A. Lyons attended Mrs. Guy Massie and Mr. and ith Sliced Mushrooms
a,a reunion of the Lyons Family Mrs. T. N. Massie and children,
last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Joy, all of
Tommy guests
and Mrs. Edward Lyons, Holly honor. Besides Flora, Cora, Emily 303 Green GiantPEAS5F'51 303 American Beauty ,C. S. Golden

Hill.The occasion was in celebration friends and who Lyman helped Gage entertain other the 00 For 00

of Mr. Charles Lyons' 89th guests were Rev. and Mrs. Reyn CORN $1
birthday !anniversary. About 35
old Hoover Mrs. Ruth Marker, .
members of the family were Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, and Mr.
present which Included four and Mrs. Leonard Johnson and
generations.Mrs. children David, Debra and Dale. GIANT

Charles McCabe Is spend. F A B 59Limit
ing about ten days in Eau Gal. ea.
lie visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. Bonnie Crews, and her E
grandson, Joseph McCabe. RRB M sSt One With $5.00 or More. Food OrderKraft'

Music BUSH 10* SALE MIRACLE Pint I Jar *

Tennessee StyleBY 29
300 Size Hominy WHIP

300 Size Kidney Beans
Walt Graves&Carl Spicer Prompt Service 300 Size Peas
M. till 10 1 Kraft's Tasty Loaf
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH UJ. 300 Size Pinto Beans
SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M.
300 Size Pork & Beans CHEESE 2 Lb. Loaf

LETTER COCKTAIL OF LOUNGE MARQUE The Flagler TribunePhone 300 Size Red Beans SPREAD 69

& RESTAURANT IDlewood 7-3282

5 Miles So. of A1A.Marinelandon Bunn 1L Florida FROZEN FOODS Garden Spot of Flagler Beach

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freezing zone. This clan of take- Geneva bugleweed, Algerian ivy,
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!ya4deti in 4/tea a-chance gardeners are not
I # hap. English ivy, Japanese Photinia,
. ..... :l r-.t- py If they are unible to grumble Chinese boxorange, Europeanfan
;;- By Herr Sharp) about chilling their fingers palm, Brazilian pepper tree,

LOCAL If the December freeze gave numb each winter trying to Jerusalem thorn, Canary Island

[ I IT your plants a colder shoulder I save plants that will eventually ,I date palm, Cuban royal palm,

than your feuding neighbor, get: killed. i African tulip tree or the Mexican -
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making the survey you'll! about the hardiness of plantsis I Of course, no true Southerner

COUNTRY CLUB "-.v;. CODE HONORED discover coolness toward a warm to secure a copy of Agricultural I would omit the Confederate
Service Bulletin 179 Jasmine from his plantings.If .
MEETS WITH WITH A SURPRISE friendship and coolness with ,
Florida I /the what's in.a-name
"Landscaping homes -
warm weather plants are equal. approach
MRS. MOORE USE WARMINGMrs. ly damaging.It's from your county agent. This does not suit your fancy,

Mrs. Betty Moore was hostess I H. C. Cobb was given a the permanent damage to publication on landscaping con then try the practical approach

to members of the Country Club surf,rise housewarming Thursday look for. Don't become alarmed tains a long list of ornamentals of selecting' plants that best

Monday evening for a business I morning by a group of her if polnsettias, turk's caps and suitable for planting around suit the conditions of your soil,

and social meeting. friends. The group arrived with !hydrangeas are browned to the Florida homes. light and other conditions that

During the business meeting gifts and refreshments for a social ground. These plants are In the Other information that you'll best apply to your personal

members decided on an Oriental I visit habit of being singed. They glean from the bulletin will include taste.

Theme for the Cabbage Ball Mr. and Mrs. Cobb recently rest awhile then send up new ; whether or not parts of If you select a plant that is

which is scheduled for March i completed their new home on growth from below-ground stems the plants are poisonous, which not listed In Bulletin 179, contact .

30 at the Bunnell Community 'old Dixie in Espanola. and roots. section of the state the plantIs your county agent or visit

Center. Don't invest In ulcer pills If best adapted, shape of the your library for information a-

Betty Moore and Margie Kin- Pfc. and Mrs. John Dodgenleft the dooryard citrus tree has lost plant, color of flower, if the bout the plant.

ney were named on the reservations today for Illeen, Texas, for its leaves and a twig or two. plant grows best in sun or shade

committee. f the next eight months. Mr. I But you can start worrying and the soil type best suited BAYEUZ TAPESTRYThe

Those enjoying Mrs. Moore's Dodgen is stationed with the about planting peaches or other for the plant.If famous Bayeux Tapestry

hospitality were Margie Kinney,I Army there. Mrs. Dodgen and hardy fruit trees If arm-size you are what's-in-a-name actually is an embroidery, nota

Florence Tilton, Madge Johnston, little son, Joey, have spent the citrus limbs were ruptured by fan! you'll discover that seafood tapestry. The historic treas.

Freda Deen, Ellisa Tilton, Naomi -, past several months here with the freeze. lovers can plant sea grapes, I ure, believed to date from the

Pellicer, Phyllis Bertha,,' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spi- Killing plants-life and limbis fishtail palms, oyster plant or, 11th century, documents the

Margaret Jane Deen, Jeanette vey while he was in training at nature's way of scolding the shrimp plant. Those who I story of the Norman Conquestof

Bertha, and Molly Bertha. i Ft Stewart and Ft. Knox. gardeners who attempt growing are lovers of other sorts and are I England.

plants beyond the plant's limi carrying a torch may like to
CYNTHIA CAROL McGEE I tation. Now is an excellent timeto consider the flame vine. If they

Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGee Scientists StudyRequirements discover those ornamentalsthat speak Spanish,
of Neputne Beach announce the cannot be raised safely in Mexican flame vine. If they get PROFESSIONAL

arrival of a six pound eight anda for your area.Instead jilted, they can plant a fire

half ounce daughter, born of bemoaning and thorn. PHOTOGRAPHER

March 7. She has been given Animal DigestionUniversity grumbling at the sight of winter Those who cannot arise early

the name of Cynthia Carol. killed beauty, make a list of may like to plant a bush clock Phillip M.,
Mrs. McGee will be remembered of Florida scientists the plants that have succumbed. vine, a silver trumpet tree, WhitleyP.

as the former Miss Eula are currently conducting ,Omit these plants from your trumpet creeper, or a painted O. Box 1741

Jane Hughes of Homerville, Ga. studies with cattle and sheep to permanent landscape list. trumpet near their bedroom win.
find out just what is requiredfor St. Augustine, Florida
The maternal grandparents are However, most gardeners like dow.If.

former residents of Bunnell, digestion of cellulose, an important to live daringly by planting you like to travel in far- Phone ID 7-3282

and Mrs. Dan Hughes of Mr'l livestock energy source. I crotons and other tropical plantsa off places and still remain on Bunnell Florida

ville. Cellulose is the carbohydrate hundred or so miles into the your lot, then consider planting ,
11 contained in roughages, the primary
Ingredient In the diets of -. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle and .

Miss Lynda Revels were In Pen- I ruminants.
I I According to Dr. John Moore,
sacola Sunday
I animal nutritionist with the
visiting with Cadet Arthur I|
-- Agricultural Experiment Sta
Carle' I
ion's Animal Science Department .
Arthur graduated from the I Ipre. I -,I,.
the development of micro
-flIght training school at the! 1r /' .

U.S. Naval base there Friday. I'organisms and fermentation are l' < }' ..... III .. :
necessary in the stomach of an oO r f+ '.
He begins this week his flying tiNa'"h b
Instruction. animal before digestion of cellulose :" ,,,
can take place.In \
research studies designed
Mr. and Mrs. Zip Edmonson,
accompanied by their son in law I to gain basic information about ka.'......"-
.rumen fermentation, Universityof
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Florida graduate student J. E.
Ralph Massey, Jr., were visiting !
II Martin found that magnesium is
in Atlanta, Ga., during the past |
required by rumen microrgan-
weekend. They were guests of i timelessis
isms which digest cellulose.
Mr. and :Mrs. Massey, Sr., and)
Moore explains that "flstu.lated"
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lyons.
steers, animals with a

special opening into their stomach -
Mrs. Lee Blakely and daughter
which allows scientists to
Margie Lee, have been patients usedto the BIG DIFFERENCE
examine the contents, were
in the local hospital receiving
the rumen micro
treatment for the flu.organisms of steers fed a ration
They are much improved and ,containing magnesium and one in ELECTRIC COOKING"FLAMELESS"
expect to return to their home
I deficient in magnesium. Steers
today.Mr. .
fed the magnesium dlficlent ration -

and Mrs. Ralph Massey,I were found to have a significantly '-r i!,, J mm._ _JtiLII.L" J rlP..J _OO m
lower rate of cellulose
Jr., have recently moved here
digestion and developed a
from Gainesville, Ga. They planto
loss of appetite. This same reaction means CLEANER, COOLER, ,.- -
reside here in the future. Mr. 31R; ;t, mla ar ssW
was obtained when magnesium FASTER, SAFER. Good reasons why more thana
Massey is employed by the I deficient rations were million Florida families have "switched" to

county. fed wethers. electric cooking. It's the only really modern way!

I Through this basic research, No flame, no fumes, no constant-burning pilot
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bayless,
who were returning to their scientists with the University of light. No sooty, grimy by-producU of combustion -

Florida's Agricultural Expert ..BO pots and pans keep shiny-bright. .
home in Damascus, Ohio, after .
spending the winter at their ment Stations hope to determine the whole kitchen stays cooler and "white-glove" ',
the factors controlling rumen clean. New surface and units
Delray Beach home, visited with super speed oven
fermentation. When the con shorten time. Automatic controls let
cooking you
Mrs. Daisy Walker and Miss Lucille
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ditions are known for digestion,
Walker Friday. cook meals to perfection without pot-watching.
then the maximum utilization
cooking top-of- ;(
of cellulose can be made from . . _. .. . . . .- ." .. .. ., range utensils art In direct con-I 44 .
Visiting with Mrs. Daisy '., ... tact with
roughages for energy. .. I heating fitment The
-' heat
Walk. quickly Into
Walker and Miss Lucille goes the food

er Friday and Saturday were LONG LINE FROM ONE PENCIL Set tkt new Electric Ranges at your applianct dealer -not the kitchen.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker and
Janet, of New Smyrna Beach. The average, 7-inch pencil can 'resat N'LJMiM.'X" { 1 i V ;

I draw a line at least 35 miles -;; A

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Forson were long. It contains 25 or more ingredients .

visiting in Tallahassee duringthe I including wax from [I '

past weekend with their i Brazil, clay from England, gum

" daughter, Polly, who Is a stu. '.from Iran, zinc from New Jersey,

dent at the Florida State University graphite from Mexico or Ceylon,

there. and sperm whale oil from the
FLOWER KISSERS Radioisotopes are a handy
Brazilians call hummingbirds substitute for the cumbersome
-i1uJt :)L.. nameles t'' 6 G1G k/ ''nrLAMcookln.th.wlSfed
l "flower kissers. Some 80 known X-ray machines used to ,photograph O tr"J..tt.H.-r' heat that spill "p around the

w'', species of the tiny birds live in structural material f ov'. ...ITS CHEAPER, TOO utensil' overheats. the kitchen
" j the giant South American nation erful gamma rays from, ihisa -and you.Thursday
the; National Geographic topes penetrate steeLjbut require II

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Development of I within Flagler County. This can|THE BOOK NOOK I If |the University of Florida faculty(sciences" came from Graduate

be done only after four weeks
w Flagler Watershed of hearing.public The notice County and Commissioners a public. f I DAM BUSTERS i,' Physics. I It Is effective September 1, 1963.

; 1! By Paul BrickhUlj !I Announcement of the appoint-
would be
ex-offlclo Commissioners
What methods may be used 'ment, termed "of timely importance
cer- I
of the new District. j Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
I' the local share of the to the State of Florida and
to raise
I tainly one of the three or four
They could levy a tax up to two I I Z50 A Year In Advance
I ? its advancement in the
cost of the project
I mills, within the district boundary most exciting and Inspiring space -- ----

I This is a matter for the local I which could be used for I! books of the war in the air ever I

I sponsors to decide. Usually the maintaining the works of improvement I published. This boo/ tells of PETERSON TEXACO LIGHT BULLDOZING
\ I what Paul Brlckhill and his I
I most satisfactory and the fairest as well as local shareof I SERVICE Fill Dirt, Building Sand Shell
( way to all concerned is by some construction costs. Easementsand I I Squadron did to the uam at
i form of tax. The State Legislature rlghts-of-way are often donated ,' Moehne and Eder Dam in Ger. ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON
s i local bill many. These dams were the Light Mechanical Work
a by the landowners. The
In 1961 passed j Phone 437.3441 HE 9-23S7-F1agler Beach
" which gives the Flagler County local share of construction funds I I ones containing almost all the BunnellCommunity
Commissioners the power to cre can be raised by donation. .water supply of the enemy. The A

ate water management districts Will additional meetings be held I J overwhelming success of this wwwm
great raid was only the first O. F. ALFORD
during the planning stages and |I

NOTICE that the 'will there be additional conferences { in a long list of triumphs for Registered
Notice U hereby given
sealed Commissioner*; with the landowners? j Squadron 617. Memorial ChurchlaterdcBemtaatUMl Real Estate Broker
will receive bid* on the lit By Library Assistant
D. 163 at the
daof April, A. I I
hour of 8:00: o'clock A. If. In the Yes, just as many as are Brice Hosford. Bunnell. Florida
office of the Clerk of the Circuit needed to get a complete under. I AIR CONDITIONED
Court In the Flagler County Court- I
house tor the following: standing of the problems and THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO I Daytona Are.

oils Gasoline and greases and other for motor a period fuel' of various feasible alternatives. Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo I FLAGLER BEACH PAL PARKER'S. INC.
from the date of acceptance These will be with
(1) year arranged or
bid. written by Captain Ted Lawson, Sunday School 10:00: A. M. i automotive Specialty Center
The o.'rfd.: reserve the right to through the local sponsors. is a most interesting true storyof I Church Service 11:00: A. M. 1IIAKE.H RELINED $1:5.: .
reject any and all bids. I the landowner I PARTS AND LABOR
Dated at Dunnell Florida l this am upstream'In j the famous Doolittle Raid on POHDCIIRVItOLUTPLYMOXTnOTHERS
12th day of March, A. D. 1963. the watershed. Why can't the I I. R. XV DICKERT. Factor S19.1KI
It tells of the monthsof
COW AnT, Chairman
C. U
ATTEST: works of Improvement go beyond :240 Mason Ave. Daytona
preparation, the voyage to
E. A Bmltbe. Clerk my property line?* And I I 1..e.d I
Hoard of County Commissioner the coast of Japan on the Aircraft -
of Flakier/ County Florida would 1 have to pay as muchas Carrier Hornet the II
March 14 & 21-2tc
I( raid, and most I I
NOTICE I 24 HourWrecker
Notice U hereby given that the These projects are for the]I escape to China and finally '*
I Service
Board of County
will receive sealed bids on the lit benefit of the public and, asj|I halfway around the world back I.
day of April. A. JI, 1963 at the hour to the United States.
such, must serve two or (,
of .::09 o'clock A' M. In the otnce more
I of the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn landowners. The last landowner It tells how Lawson's crew I :

for the the FUKler following County: Courthouse is provided with an outlet even I I crashed at the coast of China Flagler Truck & Tractor Co ,

Stockade It. I', Gas and t:11tf ;o ::lsuai:: though the works end at his line. and the many close calls with ,

I one (1) year from the date of acceptance This in effect is all any landowner I I the Japanese. Lawson had to MASSEYFERGUSONGrove

The Board of bid.reserves the right to along the canal receives. .: watch one of his own men cutoff II Farm Industrial Equipment
reject and all bids his leg when it became so
i> edant Bunnell. Florida, this property owners, whether I' VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
12th day of March A. D. 1963.if. first or last, may put in whatever I infected with poison that they
ATTEST. H:, COW AnT, Chairman Individual systems they could not save it. I Owner Bunnell, Florida

s:. A. Smythe Clerk want to take advantage of the I It also tells how the Chinese J
hoard of County Commissionersof
Flagler County Florida project works. The amount to I people did everything In their||
March 14 & 212tcIN to help all of the
be paid by each person is a matter I power flyers

THE COUNTY JUUOK COURT COUK- for the local sponsors to determine I in the raid escape to free China CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
TV, FLOHIUA. FILE NO.- in as fair and equitable It is really an excellent book I
IN KB': ESTATE OKDAVU I and I recommend it to
manner as they can. The last every
) STEVENSON Deceased. I A. IL CRAIG. Funeral Director
FINAL NOTICE owner upstream does benefit in i one.
Notice Is hereby given that the JOHN HARDIN Associate
undersigned on the 18th day of having an outlet and he gets j Library Assistant
February A. I). filed a final : this benefit without having to 1 Tommy Kahlert AIR OXYGEN
administration of ,
accounting of her LADY
the estate of David Stevenson, deceased donate any rights-of.way. i, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
and notice Is further given SPACE SCIENTIST JOINS ATTENDANT
that after publication of this notice AMBULANCES
once each week for four con The albatross, largest of all I Ilea UNIVERSITY FACULTY I,
secutlve weeks, application will be 1
made to the Honorable T 'K. Mo- birds, often so gorges itself || One of the nation's leading Phone ID 7-3532

County Knight Florida County I Judge for the of approvalof Flagler with fish and mollusks that i! space physicists, Dr. Alex E. S. I .
said accounting and for final it is unable to fly '!Green, has been appointed to I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA

of the undersigned as .. ._
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executrix -- ------ ------ -
nt said estate.NADINK

DORIS 8THIPL.1NO STEVENSON ; :, . ". ": ....
As Executrix of the Estateof ::;:rof :

", David Stevenson Deceased., l. Ijr! .come bigger' 't'M' 4 :.

\, Feb i-J7 & March 1.U-Uc ,

{I IN CIltM'KHY NO. 46O4 J- -LI.1Ima1 JY


TH Gk1IT RUDE MAYIt'UUiEOI.LApartment ( .! Y
2100 Fort Street
Montreal 23, Canada. e
You are hereby notified that a A
milt has been flied against you in
the above entitled cause' : and youare .
hereby with the required ktoorlhr.o'rrO answer t.

and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs' attorney,
whoso name and address Is:
HAY 8ELDENHelden o $ A
tv d
Building va eYP
Daytona Beach, Florida r ,
not later than April 8, A. D. 1983. "
If you fall to do so, decree pro
oonfewo will be entered against
'ou for the relief demanded! In the r
bill of complaint. The nature of
said unit being for divorce hMinM a JM M 'iV-'f'ji t :. J f r ,

said WITNESS Court this my 6th hand day and of seal MarchA. of When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off, You get long-lasting protection against blight

D. 1963.UfticlalClerk.

( Dy Julia of It.aid Deputy Harvey Circuit SMYTHE,Clerk.Court Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights

March T-U-21-28-Uc mantb fungicide\

ITIIK CI11C1'IT ('O'UT 0..'
ri.\.I.KU IN OIANCKHY COUNTY NO.,40O3 FI.OUIIIA . .assure top yields of No. 1's

Plaintiff "" One-chemical blight>> control-a with .
VI. spray program "Manzate ..oJ. ,' ,
HAimtET SECCOMBE: Defendant JENNY maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. 'j'J

NOTICE TO DEFEND Better yield, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields .t 1\
8ECOOMBB JENNYco 1'i _, much as 40 bushels per acre . gives you more If i's, and naturally \

", lit.! 9 Mrs Box Jean 10. Braden increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas.

Frultland, Ontario Canada } ', Safe to u$.-"Manzate"istoughondiseasemildonplants.Itcanbeused i-'
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In zr. l on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth.
I", the above entitled cause: and you
are hereby required ktoorlbr.OUJo answer : 't Saves time and money"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
with the t, ' mix wherever
and to serve a copy thereof upon F there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. '. ; and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination
whoM name and address Is
RAY 8KLDEN a Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the

SeMen Daytona Building Beach Floridanot t : years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, east
later than April 8, A. D. 19(3. v handling. .
If you fall to do so. decree pro

you lonfesto for the will relief be demanded entered. against In the 'Y h , On aU chemicals,follow labeling inttrvclioiu and warning cartfuUy.
bill of complaint. The nature of
nand milt being for divorce
WITNESS my hand and seal of
acid 'ourt this Sth day of March, @ POR T MANZATE
A I n. 1968.! ,
((Kill Bert! ) B. A. 9MYTHB Each ".U you s pray uah "Manzate' can ,
Clerk: of said Circuit Oourt ytelJ bushels more of -1'1 like then. Field ............... '
By Julia n. Harvey, maneb fungicide
applications of"Manzate"
protect your crop IETHI 7"NGS: fOllErTEI 1I'w1l'.3
March 7.\C-H-B--Uc\ : Deputy from late blight l tuber rol to>. . ...>,oa' -"EM/srr/ ,





Thursday 14 1963
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a Pound Final Big Week ,

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I I1 Wieners Lb. 47 DOLLAR SPECIALSRed

& White 4 No. 2/g
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A Wilson's 5 lb Bucket 1

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SPARE 'RIBS Ib. 39 Coupon after void With BORDEN'S purchase EVAPORATED of 8 TALL CANS MILK

I March 17, 1963 at our regular Low Price and this Coupon.
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"Favorites of the Cookie Jar Crowd"i i Y Giant Size

.i 1 Ib. pkg. o, : CHEER

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i Shortening4S 0 food order

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I II .Do this before In moist soil small seed
planting. Sprinkle cover
I : Quarter Horse County Gets I I the fertilizer In furrows about I such as mustard less than half t'hT SERVICEALL
2 Inches below and 2 Inches to an Inch deep. Cover medium-
r' I Futurity Slated Racing Funds :[i the side of the planting row. sized seed such
--&iiI Use a fertilizer containing more than 3/4 inch deep, and
: This Saturday i State Comptroller Ray E. :'nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium cover large seed such as beans Agent For

k Ten registered quarter horses Green announced today checks I II' -known as NPK. On from 1 to 2 Inches deep. RCA & PHILCO
qualified for the 1963 Florida I for $36,000 are being mailed to I sandy soil apply 1/3 pound of,I Prior to planting, treat seedto
QUartor Horse Futurity ot be; each of the state's 67 counties. !'!6.8.6 per 10-foot row. I prevent decay and other all. TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
run at Seminole Raceway, Cas- The money Is the counties' i! On muck apply 1/6 pound of ments. It takes only a coupleof AND INSTALLED
selberry, March 16, at 2:30: p. m.pf I|share of the race track tax. i iI 0-12-20 mixture 10.foot row. I minutes to treat a packet of I'
50 horses Intlally entered !. Green said each county has fertilizer seeds. All you do Is tear offa
If possible, use con
lathe futurity, 25 raced In the received $4,500 more during the taining small amounts of minor corner of the packet; toss In
qualifying time trials at Semi- I current fiscal period than for food elements such as manganese a small pinch of seed protectantsuch TV Bob
n nofeXjMarch 8. Seminole Is the. the same period of the previousyear. sulfate, borax and copper. as Spergon Arasan or
onlyjtrack at present In Florida,I Semesan and mix the chemicals I
The excuse for crooked rows FLAGLER BEACH
and In fact east of New Mexico Total race track tax collected with the seeds by shaking (the :
is that you can get more plants PHONE HE 9.2204
where quarter horses are raced I thus far this year Is $7,906,000, packet.
per row. But remember, straightrows I
with parimutuel betting.' Since an Increase of $301,500 over the
I are attractive and make
closed for the sea.
Seminole has previous year.
cultivation, Insect control and
son,, there will be no betting so I The state has received approximately harvesting easier. FOR I
children are welcome to the the same amount
I If you're unable. to "sight" a
i open house meet. There will be from the tax.Gardening. PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
straight stakes
row, use string
I no admission charge at the gate. Stretch the
and a yardstick. CANCER
On exhibition race Is scheduled
cord between two stakes. While
I to precede the futurity, In Florida the cord Is In place, use a hoe AND OTHER, DREAD DISEASES
with others following, accordingto \
handle to make the furrows for\
quarter horse raring secretary H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
(By Henrey Sharpe) large seeds ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
Cliff Lambert. I
I Planting depth is Important.
I The 350 yard futurity and I I Many gardeners "know" that ,
JI: Jl.d 'WIIIIiIoII! Mr
. . ... .
I other races of varying distances planting on a "growing moon" i -- --- -- -- -- ------ -------------------
l will all finish In front of the Insures-fast vegetable-growth.

I cornpleted t I But, a few skeptics say :that until .
t Just prior to Seminole's we get a man.riding moon ,
I ; ,first season start, February 1, shot off the Cape, It's best to : ,
'1963.. plant seed In the earth
r ** The futurity Is sponsored by Some claim that planting field LIKE IT OUGHT TO COST RANSOMYou're

the Florida Quarter Horse Association peas on a dark night prevents

Kissimmee, and all worms from seeing and eating looking at our Impala Super Sport speed manual or Powerghde transmission,
#l .'.participants are members. the crop later. Others swear Convertible which, along with its cousin Positraction, fade-resistant smtered-metal-
>* HBMMMaMaMM* that sowing seed on a bright the Sport Coupe, absolutely embarrasses lie brake linings,and a tachometer to relay
i. Mrs. Springer'sFather moonlight night results In moon- higher priced cars. what's cooking up front.
blinded pests 'that starve. That special trim and those front bucket Just before you rush off to your Chevrolet
Passed A few folks belive that black seats merely hint at the comforts you find dealer, may we remind you that both
built into every Impala Super Sport. Impala Super Sports offer the new Com-
heart of turnips, carrots, or rutabagas -
fortiltsteering wheel.You adjust it to suit
Away FridayDavid means that a bachelor Performance It's remarkable, an under
statement we can afford when there are 7 your driving style flick it out of the way
DeCastro of DeLand, gardener has been hexed by a engines to choose from. One of which is the for easy entry and exit.All .
father of Mrs Stanley Springerof I jilted maiden. But regardless of j popular 340-hp Turbo-Fire 409, a wizard three Chevrolet series-Biscayne,
Flagler Beach, passed away the gardener's romantic failings, j m traffic and a joy on the open road. And Bel Air and Impala-deserve a long look.
Friday in the West Volusla Me. a few ounces of boron per acre others all the way up to 425 hp*. Super Sports demand it.

morlal Hospital, after a short prevent black centers In vege If you want an extra flourish or two,mull Super Sport equipment available 0:&
illness tables. over extra-cost options like floor-shift fourboth Impala Convertible and Sport Cou"i.
*Mr. DeCastro was a retired This spring, drop okra seed at Optional at extra ci it

engineer and had resided in chin height for !tall-growing .
DeLand for about 'three years. stalks that'll bear all summer.In s
lie had resided In Ormond Beach the fall, let the seed go at *
about eight years before goingto toenail elevation for a short w a
DeLand. lie was 76 years of plant and plenty of okra before \ \ l.H 4 ry \ -v'- Q.

age.Funeral services were held frost.Checking these mores of the "

Sunday afternoon from the past Is one approach to spring 1
Chapel of Allen Summerhlll in gardening, but for better luck \ z - ,

DeLand.He here are a few suggestions from \ ,\
Is survived by his wife, University Florida garden au
I Mrs. Esther DeCastro of DeLand; thorities.
one daughter, Mrs. Stanley First, check to see It you have
Springer of Flagler Beach; one a. real case of "garden fever."
Make with the spade or plowIn
sister who resides in France.
Also surviving are three grandchildren soil preparation. If this sweat- \ \ \
of Flagler Beach. of-the-brow labor does not cool
your enthusiasm, then It's safe I

Forestry Men to purchase seed, fertilizer and r '
other garden supplies.
the ground well before \
to LionsGuest
Speak planting. Turn the soil 6

speakers at the Lions to 8 Inches deep, followed by 'i:
Club Tuesday noon were Frank.,I harrowing or raking to give the '! ::
Albert executive secretary oi plant bed a good texture and I II
the Forestry Association, and Ed I to prevent It from drying out.
Moore, director of education for For convenience, select a gar.
the forestry service den spot spot near the house
\\1.: .: Plans for assisting with the where you may Irrigate In case \x, \
'. two special benefit shows "The! of drought.' A semi-shaded location \

Pajama Game" and "No Time helps during hot, dry 40
for Sergeants" were completed,, weather. \ -- -
and tickets were distributed,I Size of garden depends on '* -: \ --- / -

Y< Club President George Mood r .space available To supply
said today. vegetables for a person for a
The Idlewood Club and th! I year, aim for 1/20 acre per per- ' -.
Lions Club are joint sponsors o;r ,son. This allows for canning I
the. two shows which will b( I and freezing for later use.
shown on March 19 and 26 a't ,I Vegetables produce if plant
the Bunnell Theatre. nutrients are applied in bands.i

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