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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 21, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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51, NO. 11 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 19G8 $2.50 A YEAR
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i F Athletic Awards i ICounty BoardConcerned J\feivj and Comment Jim Hammett I Commissioners

F | (By Eula Fuller) I Ii to
Are Presented With Speaks Saturday i Agree Buy


For BasketballBasketball I: Railway Strike I+I.,'Camp's Received most another interesting one of letters Jim I II I On Conservation f ':Ci.ky" Maps

I II I this week. Jim's letters are always Jim Hammett, head of the
awards were presented i: Following Is a copy of a telegram real "Picker and I The Bujinell City CofttmiMion-
i I Uppers" Conservation Service in
Friday night to BeBe sent by the Board of Soil I ers vpted at the Monday night
I I I Coun.l i i they give me the encouragement Florida, will be the featured
Moody for the most valuable Commissioners to purchase materials
meeting
I i I ty .
and enthusiasm I need to hammer .
player and to Rabble Tucker for :officials in Washington, D. C.: speaker at the Flagler Soil Conservation I necessary for mosquito fogging
II out copy for another issue.Jim's "ConservationDay"
Districts
Best Jim farmers haying I I I the summer
Sportsmanship. Brown "Flagler County I program during
I letter said in part: 'ThisIsn't Saturday at the Civic Center I'
was presented with the Free planted over 24,000 acres ol months. Fogging will begin as
: a 'Letter to The Editor, but I
C Throw Award. Jim shot 64 percent i if potatoes ready for harvest beginning I in Bunnell. i soon as the material arrives.
i| Just a great big thank-you for conclude
f of his free throws during i j i April first will suffer I 1 'I His talk will a morn They also voted to have the
!giving me so much space in the of conservation activities,
the year. Quentin Emery was''disastrous losses if Florida East ing I new city maps drawn by D. D.
March 7 Tribune. I was proudto the district's annual
named Captain of the 1963 team. Coast Railway strike not settled I'I I Including Moody county surveyor. He pro
again make the paper where speaking contest for high school I.
Trophies are given each year ; promptly stop your assistance first 'story" appeared 34 posed to prepare three dfffcrent
my students and of
by ;the local Veterans of Foreign helping solve this crop transportation presentation a map drawings and furnish necessary
Wars for Most Valuable Player. :I problem Is urgently need. years ago. r I Banker's Award to Flagler copies for $1,200.00. The

The First'Baptist Church of Bun I ed and will be greatly appre "I'm curious to know what County's Outstanding Conservation maps will show the area' within
others of reminis I I Farmer for 1962.
nell gives the Best Sportsman. elated.I thought my the city limits of Bunnell on a
4 ship Trophy. These trophies will 'I Board of County Commissioners cences. There are many, many The supervisors of the Flagler scale of 200 feet to the inch.
more, of and I might Jot ::SCD to make this an annual
course hope
be presented at a later date, i of Flagler County, One drawing will show all the
them down off and on In the affair and would like to
Coach Cliff McGriff said. Florida. streets, highways, roads, alleys,
The Varsity and B basketball I Copies of the telegram went future If you'd be Interested.I'd see a successful day Saturday.So I railroads, section lines and

teams and the cheer leaders I to the following: The President like for others to 'Get In the everyone come on out, Free j boundaries of the acreage par
act' too, and I always enjoy Refreshments Will Be Served, I
entertained States White
were at a banquet of the United cels.
I Friday night at the Plerhouse House; Hon. Spessard Holland; :[hearing from 'Home Folks.' Tillman Robinson said. lie would also prepare the

r Restaurant in Flagler Beach. Hon. George A. Smathers; Hon.D. The Memory column was enjoyed The event will get underwayat second map with this informa

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker R. Matthews; lion. Syd Her by many who COULD re 9 A. M. Saturday tion plus the lots and numbers. t tr

t were hosts for the basketball ;long; Hon. Robert Kennedy. member as well as those who The third map would be ,the

teams. Mrs. Lillian Herseyvaa I j did not know Bunnell in those Mother of Mrs. I same as,the second which would I
hostess to the cheerleaders. days. We shall be happy to receive I the size.I Thismap
I Lectures At "Do You Remember" Abe onejourth ,'..
Other guests besides the team more Cody Passes I would be used for general!
from 'time to time. 1
members and ,the cheerleaderswere .distribution and sales.

Coach Santa Bradley,I Flagler Beach After reading Jim's column 'Away Thursday Mr. Moody said the maps

Coach Jack Hardin, and Coach Church Mrs. J. B. High was wonderinghow I would be ready around Decem

Cliff McGriff. Dot Tucker was Baptist many' remember the bravery Mrs. Dola Gatlin of Palatka, ber. The last maps of the city

also a shown by Bobby Jenkins in of Mrs. L. S. of J. B.
guest.Response I Dr. O. F. Walker, head of the I mother Cody were prepared in 1939! by
Department of Religion at Stetson climbing the "tall tree" on the Bunnell, passed away early High.In.

To University, will conduct a playground by the High hometo Thursday morning at the local other actions of the board

I series of "Instructional Lectures" recover the new basketball. hospital after a short illness. they voted to purchase a backhoe .
Bobby Is now serving as Pastor She was 77 of age and from Florida Truck
years
Art Class Here t at the First Baptist Church of \ I digger
of St. Paul's Methodist Churchin member of the Park
Flagler Beach next week. was a and Tractor Co.; tabled an application
I Jacksonville. (His church Is Church of Pa. t
Good The lectures will deal, with Heights Baptist for employment by

Reported *" *"-' the.fiundational.beilefs. of the known u.JacksonvUle's- '.tastesgrowingcfmrcji latka. ... ?..-. f '. .' ... Walters; rejected claim, of W. II. ",I'
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t MrS; Charles s- areal said today Christian faith and are intended ). "> .. She was' visiting with MrS. King for $29.00. for Injuries received I

they have had very good response to enlarge and stimulate Cody here-,when she suffered a in a tall on a. downtownstreet.
to the move to secure an thinking on the great tradition. Had a card this week from heart attack early Saturday The accident occurred on

Art Class for Bunnell one nighta al beliefs of the Church. The Flying Farmers Joe and John morning. State Road Department propertyand

week. meetings will begin Sunday Kuenzi of Fairbury, Ill. They Funeral service was held from the town Is not liable.

She said School Superintend. night and last through ,Friday flew their Cessnna 182 to Los the DeCoy Church at 2 o'clock They discussed culvert work

ent Z. P. Holland Informed her night with the exception of Angeles where they, joined 67 Sunday afternoon. Interment r and water mains in Colony Park

an instructor would be providedby Wednesday. They will begin at other Flying Farmers for a Jet followed at the family lot in the and other sections of the city.

the Daytona Beach Junior '7:30: each night. trip to Honolulu 'for an 11-day church cemetery. Masters Funeral I Voted 'to write a letter of

College if a number of studentsare I This series of meetings is be. tour. Joe said they saw JimBooe's Home of Palatka was in thanks to the Board of County

Interested.Mrs. ling sponsored by the First Bap. name on a memorial at charge of arrangements. Commissioners and the Soil

Creal Is calling a meeting tist Churches of Bunnell and Pearl Harbor. .Jlm was Flagler Mrs. Gatlin Is survived by Conservation Service for assist.

o( all those over 16 yearsof .1 Flagler Beach, and is being I County's first WW2 casualty. His I s even daughters, Mrs. K. L. ance in helping to solve a drainage .

age and who are Interestedin supported by the First Method. ship was sunk In the Pearl Knight, Orlando; Mrs. H. C. problem In the south section .

attending an art class to 1st Churches of Bunnell and I Harbor attack. Cone, Winter Park; Mrs. J. L. of the city. Also a letter

meet at her home at 8 o'clock Flagler Beach.A another Pierce, Cocoa; Mrs. H. A. Pope, thanking Lewis Wadsworth for I

Thursday (tonight). At this unique feature will be the I Back for Remember Melbourne; Mrs. H. C. Nicely, the easement for a ditch which ,

meeting !they will decide what formation of smaller groups aft. when-Joe Kuenzi was a resident Holly Hill; Mrs. J. W. Halford, is to be dug to Black Branch.

night of the! week to hold the er the main lecture each night,I of Flagler County and Rldgeland, S. C.; Mrs. L. S. Codyof Heard complaints of stray dogson

class and also how soon to be to discuss the lecture. A chair.I played 'the sax in an orchestra Bunnell; one son, W. W. CatIn school firounnds and decidedto

the class. with Jim, Myrtle and Richard Jacksonville one brother, .
gin man in each group will record I ; place traps for the dogs.City
The cost will be your supplies, I the questions and discussion. Booe and several others? Oops! Wesley Silcox of Gainesville. Also Clerk reported 15 occu

and the class will be one three. The entire group will then re I That goes further back than I( surviving are 15 grandchil pational licenses had not been

hour session each week. turn to the main auditorium to Camp can remember-and more ,dren and 21 great-grandchildren. collected. Commissioners directed .

Mrs. Creal said all those who question the speaker on pointshis years than most of us, who can I I Policeman Edward Pclllcer

have contacted her and also talk has stimulated. In this remember, would like to admit. DR. WALKER WILL to contact these businesses and

those who have not contactedher those who wish may actively remind them of the overdue licenses. .
way
Mr. and Mrs. John McLanahanof SPEAK AT BAPTIST
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but who are interested In participate in the lectures I .
Elberton, Ga. spent a short ,
forming a class are invited to presented. CHURCH. SUNDAY
meet at her home tonight at i while in Bunnell Tuesday visit I
Dr. 0. F. Walker of
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with professor ROLL FOR
8 o'clock. ing friend*. Mr. McLana HONOR
IDA ALLEN NAMED I han was in the real estate business religion at Stetson University, BEACH SCHOOLFourth
will be the the
FFA SWEETHEART : here during the boom guest speaker at
SHRINE CLUB morning worship service of the grade-Sandra Abbott,
Ida Allen, daughter of Mr. and years. They are spending a
MEETS AT PIERRESTAURANT I First Baptist! Church here next Patrick Duncan, Frederick Fruits,
short vacation in Daytona Beach.
Mrs. George Allen, Jr., was elected
McDanIel
Sunday. Debra Johnson, Pam ,
of the Bunnell i
The Flagler County Shrine Sweetheart "All are Invited to hear this Linda Smith, Victoria Perritt.
of Future Farmers of Coming up next Tuesday eve '
Club met Thursday evening fora Chapter America Friday. She is a mem ning is the show "No Time for outstanding Bible scholar and Fifth grade-Michael, Bell,
dinner meeting at the Pier I Sergeants" starring Andy Griffith. preacher," Rev. Tom Pinner, Janet flames, Barbara Wilson,
ber of the sophomore class of
Restaurant in Flagler Beach. Bunnell High School. 1 This show, as well as the pastor of the church, said. Kris Martel, Cathy Duncan, Ann
Eighteen members of the Meekins, Deborah Lucas.
The sweetheart was selectedon 1 "Pajama Game" shown Tuesday
Club and their ladles were pres. personality and talent. I night, were sponsored by the Ing the Idlehours Playground by Sixth grade-George Robbie,

ent for the meeting. Bunnell Lions Club and the the Idlewood Club, and the sight Diana Lucas, Suellen Duncan,

MRS. KOCZWANSKIIS Idlewood Club through the most conservation program of providing Jerry Gordon, David Johnson,

SMALL CLAIMS generous cooperation of 1(. A. eye glasses by the Lions Terry Rawlins, Jimmy McNab.
NOW U. S. CITIZEN i iI
COURT SESSIONSmall Dale[ owner of the Bunnell Club.

Claims Court Judge Le. Mrs. Mike Koczwanski (Maria) Theatre. Mr. Dale secured the These two projects get very I BELIEVE SOULS REINCARNATE

ola Jones continued five cases I was In DeLand Friday where two films and provided the i little publicity but in the opinionof Some Eskimos believe the

to the April 3 session in the she received her citizenship papers theatre for the showings. Proceeds the writer they are some of souls of the dead reincarnate "

Wednesday session of court. She becoming a full edged from the shows will be the most worthwhile projects themselves in newborn Infants,

also reported one case settled citizen of the United States. used by the two hard working for the youth of our community. and protect the growing children i'

out of court. Mrs. Koczwanskl was one of civic clubs in their contributionsto from harm. A parents should

Default judgments were award. 12 persons who received citizenship the Band Trip Fund and other I Alfred Tucker reported this not punish a small child lest

ed In favor of South Atlantic in a fitting ceremony there. civic projects. I week a "one In about 70,000" the spirit resent the interference. ,

Oil Co., against Soil Irwin, C.W. She was the only Genman-born To mention two civic projects event at his farm in Bimini re When the child grows old ,.

Causack, Jack Smith and J. P. to receive her papers at this of the many carried on by the cently. Twin calves were bornto enough to! take care of himself,
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Barker. time. two clubs'is providing and keep- one of his (Angus heifers. the spirit departs. ,



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rwnr John McDaniel 322 top of -th- seventh Mike Dur- J. Cook 3> 1 0

D. Anderson 211'I rance home run with Paul Barrow G. Carle 4 1 3

F. Fleurie 1 0 1 pn base put the Veterans J. Roberston .j % 2

/SPORTh C. Bageett 100 I ajwsad: 75. Bottom of the seven C. Ctegg: 2 li ''1 0

B. Moore 201 th 2 walks, 2 doubles tied the C. Johnson ,2 1 0

Innings 1 2 3 4 5 R I score and with a man on 2nd J. Bertha 3 1 i

Baptist 20010 3 I and 3rd John Geller hit his

"N' ,",7JE\Si ; Idlewood 02101 4 game winning single to give the < 258 9

;., : Two base-Pee Wee Robinson, Church team their 2nd win.V. .
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B. Moore; 3 base, G. Worley; Shelton Barber has signed up
F. W. Ab R H
(By Leslie Pache) I mon rookIe rIght fielder for the home run, John McDaniel; win 400 to manage the V. F. W. Team.
G. Robertson
SOFTBALL MEETING TONIGHTBunnell I Baptist team made a beautiful ning pitcher J. Collins; losingB. Billy Cauley will be his coach.
M. Kelly 4 0 1
Recreation Depart catch of a fly ball and both Robinson; umpire, Pache; scorer P. Barrow 3 1 II Methodist-Baptist Church play

ment will hold a softball meeting I teams giving him a big hand. R. Morris. I M. Durrance 4 2 2 Friday. Thursday, Idlewood

tonight at the school gym David Is one of the promising I G. Revel 1 1 0 I Club won 1, lost 1; V. F. W., won

at 7 o'clock. future little leaguers If he keeps GELLER HIT WINS FOR f L. Bunno 2 1 1 1, lost 1; Friday, Baptist won 0,

All players interested In play on playing and learning with METHODIST CHURCH K. Roberston 3 1 2 lost 2; Methodist, won 2 lost 0.

ing softball this summer are his present desire. Johnny Geller second sacker I I I1tL Barber 3 0 2 All games six Innings.
urged to attend. Plans will be Baptist Church Ab 'R H
for the Methodist Church hit a I I G. Koczwanskl 2 1 0
made for the coming season. A M. Manuel 2 1 1 game winning single in the bottom I B. Hornsby 0 0 0 MIDGET LEAGUE BROWSING

softball meeting for the girls B. Robinson 2 1 0 of the seventh inning to J. Taylor 3 0 0 Rookie players tu our midget

will be held Thursday, March 28. J. Cody 2 0 0 win over the V. F. W. 87. The I league are showing a lot of

Pee Wee Robinson 2 1 1 I Church team jumped to a 5 to 1 2979 !sparkling fielding and hitting.

JOHN McDANIEL'S HOME RUN I D. Britt 2 0 0 lead in the first three InningsIn MethodIst Ab R H Some of the new boys who are
WINS CAME FOR IDLEWOOD G. Worley 2 0 1 showing lots of future good
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the' top of the sixth. Doublesby J. Geller 3 0 1
John McDaniel stepped into :11. King 2 0 0 Mike Barber and Kirk Robinson / C. Herr 2 1 0 Babe Ruth material. So far play.

Bobby Robinson's pitch and hit D. IIIgglnbotham 2 0 0 tied the score 5 to 5. In the B. GelJer 3 1 2 j Continued To Page 6

the ball Into right field for a ; D. Solomon 2 0 0 -- ..--
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bottom of the fifth inning. I 18 3 3

Both teams played a fast game Idlewood Ab B H
which was over in 55 minutes.I II. Collins 2 0 0

Jacky Collins pitched two hit .P. Duggan 2 0 0

ball.pitched Bobby 5 hit and ball.Mike David Robinson Solo- J.Leo Gordon Fleurle 2 3 0 1 0 0 66 ]PQ) ( ) o

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LAST WEEK: to buy beautifully! FOR SALE-3-bedroom house,

marked female puppy, AKC Call I hardwood floors, and Florida

ID 7.3347 after 5 P. M. room. Lot 100 x 150, LeHigh St, lQW( ) lln 0 0llfift9
3-21-ltc Flagler Beach. Contact George y9t

Moody, Sr., Box 62, Flagler E
WANTED-Survey Rodmen and Beach. 321.21 ..
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Instrumentmen. Apply to W. G. :. .

Cato, AlA Motel Flagler Beach, 1 FOR SALE-2 boys Palm Beach

after 7 P. M. Monday. 3-21-ltp dress suits, size 15 and 17. Call "
I Bette McDaniel ID 73206. jjlill ft )ll@1llll l \

HOME FOR SALE-Two bedroom 3-21-tf } : ; I

masonery, tile bath, hardwood .
FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment
floor, pressure treated sub-floor ..
$40.00 month. Call .
per
and sills with termite shields.Builtln
Harris Appliance ID 73367.
kitchen appliances, garage
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March 14-tf
and large utility room. ,' '

Nice lawn and shrubs, good well, ZIG ZAG SEWING machine repossessed : ,
priced right. 2320 South Day. due to unfortunate "

tona Avenue, Flagler Beach, circumstance, 62 model in per I- -2 .\ e. ;
Florida. 3.21.2tc fect condition, sews forward and i

reverse, makes button holes,
FOR SALE McCulloch chain sews on buttons, embroideriesand

saw, model 1-41 mixing can and monograms, darns and

file Included, like new. Also circulating patches, tacks, hems, etc. Assume -
oil heater with automatic 6 payments of $6.00. Phone

ORTHO tells how the
to get insects other miss.
blower Daytona Beach CL 3.8106 sprays
50,000 BTU, excellent
condition. Phone ID 7- March 7-4tc With the contact and systemic action of Phosphamidon.

3526. 3-21-ltc VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS
Potato pests had it too controls most of the ,important "
Experienced teacher In
Bunnellon
A WATKINS ROUTE in this
area Saturdays. For appointment easy. They had a million placesto potato insects.
is for semi-retired
open man, or
I write Gene Masters, 20 Central hide under leaves, In the
lady. Many semi-retired people 'C&' Another good thing.
Ave., St. Augustine Fla. of
Phone crevices vines anyplace ex-
earn $50.00 to $100.00 per week I absorbed
VA 95607. Phosphamidon is so
depending on time devoted to 2-28-5tp cept where you could hit 'em

Route. Also have 1 full time FOR SALE-Two bv boom CBS with an ordinary spray.Phosphamidonchanged. quickly that you're not going to

Route open. Maybe you can house in Hillcrest Latge lot and lose any time in the fields. Your

qualify. For personal interviewin large garage, $7,500.00 HowardF. "3(3( '' workers can be back on the job

your area, write J. H. Me- Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler all that. It's one spray that moves just a few hours after spraying.
Garity, Box 627, Williston, Flor Beach. Phone HE 92395.
right in for the kill ,Fast, thor-
Ida. 3.14-3tc Feb. 28tfESSO ."ft 1 It all boils down to this:
ough contact kill is
a starter.
opportunity I I there are two good to get
Real Estate !! STATION FOR But then it's absorbed into theplant's ways
CAN YOU SELL? !I rid of stubborn potato pests. And
Your own full-time business,1)j I LEASE system, and finds its wayto Phosphamidon is both of 'em.
Real Estate, right in this area. I| Financial assistance for responsible places insects hide, safe from
National establishedIn I party.
company most other So
sprays. you get
1900, largest in its field. (Unlicensed Humble Oil & Refining Co. Phosphamidon 4
? write us.) Trainingand I Phone Daytona Beach 255.3351 'em where they live, by "remote is
Spray a com
instruction given in all Feb. 21-! control.1' And you get 'em good. !
phases of your operation from bination contact
Start to Success. All advertising, SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at .& The kill includes almostall and systemic

all signs, forms, supplies are reasonable prices. Call George the worst potato pests. Fox- insecticide. It's a
furnished. Nationwide advertising Jarosz!, ID 73410. QRTHD
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 I WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus- aphids, leaf hoppers and corn in one-gallon pbzohamido} + 't
character (bondable), sales ability tomers. Call Harris Appliance &
I borers. In fact
be financially responsible. Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Phosphamidon glass jugs. ',"
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Commission-volume opportunity Aug 30-tfc .

for man, woman, couple or team Helping the World Grow Better" Li'-
That Can Sell. Write today for II
information, STROUT REALTY, I JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY,ORTHO DIVISION.P.O.Box 7067,Orlando,Florida :,'
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637 East Broadway, Ocala, Fla., i BEACH REALTY CO.

Ph: 6228218. 3-7-4tc LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom WATER FRONT, FARMS,
I' ACREAGE
house, 21st St., Flagler Beach.
Sec us for real estate needs
your
Back lot fenced In, $65 a month.
I I Office Phone HE 9.2242
Phones ID 7-3372 from 9 today 6
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
and ID 7.3267 evenings. I
II or ID 7.3517
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We would like to express our
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heartfelt thanks to our friends
ems, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Johns,
and neighbors for their many i
and other relatives and friends. QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD
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expressions of sympathy, deedsof RESERVED THURS., FRI., SAT., MARCH 21.22-23
kindness, and the beautiful

Mrs. June K. Gabel arrived floral offerings sent during the Our Specialty-Choice
Beef-Naturally Aged-Properly Prepared
from Norristown, Pa., last Saturday Illness and death of our husband .

with and father, David DeCastro.
to time
i spend some I I
GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF Royal Pink
her mother, Mrs. Emma Kulp. I These kindnesses have meant :

i' much to us. Chuck Lb. SALMONNo.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mrs. Esther DeCastro, Roast 49 !'

I' newlyweds from Tampa, spent Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ; 1 5ge Ea.
CanFolger's
last Saturday night visiting Springer and family.U "
with Mr. Wilson's brother and 1

family, Mr. ,and Mrs. Bernie Wil. of F RECEIVES GRANT ROUND BONEROAST

son. FOR STUDY OF DWARFISM INSTANT COFFEE

Clues to the nature of a rare Lb. 6 Oz. Jar
Mr; and, Mrs. Henry Shill and congenital disease causing a 59No. 6ge

family had Mr. and Mrs. John form of dwarfism In children is 10 Oz. Jar

Coach from Geneva, Ohio, visit. being studied at the Universityof 99C

ing with them last week. Florida under a $46,313 grant V I

from the National Foundation SEVEN
Mrs. Earl Rice returned to her March of Dimes. Argo Green

home'in Troy, N. Y., after spend. The research Is directed by Dr. Chuck u LIMA BEANS

ing several weeks visiting with Andrew E. Lorincz, associate pro. Roast 59C

her brother and sister-in-law, fessor of pediatrics at the Uni 303

Mr. and ,Mrs. Roger Hoose. versity College of Medicine.The Z Cans 35e


Mrs. Ruth Marker left Thurs. underside of a starfish is Red Dart

day for her home in Rockford, pocked with hundreds of tiny Sirloin Lb.or .

\\\ 111., after being the guest of Rev. feet like suction cups. The cups Steak 89 CUT GREEN BEANSSunlite

f I and Mrs. Reynold Hoover for, are strong enough to withstanda Club 'I, 303

\ several months. I pull of more than 100 poundsfor Cans Z5e

short time The starfishuses
a
BAPTIST CHURCH PALM RIVER SLICEDBACONUb or Good HopeTOMATOES
its powerful feet to open

j Sunday school time is 9:45A. oyster, clam, and mussel shells.

.M. each Sunday and morning 45'
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
r worship is at 11 o'clock. Rev. JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT, IN
Atlee Stevens, minister. Train AND FOIl KLACILKH COUNTY, 3 303 35e
KIxmiUA. IN CHANCERY NO. asp Cans
I ing Union is at 6:15: P.M. and 4611 HIVj A .
evening worship is at 7:30.: ,LANCELOT ALLEN PYKE Plaintiff, II.

-vs- LARRY'S HOME MADE PURE PORK
J WILLIE O. PYKE Shurfine
COMMUNITY CHURCH

Sunday school convenes at 9:45A. : NOTICE OF Defendant.SUIT u PEANUT BUTTER
I
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF ;
.M. each Sunday with classesfor FLORIDA: Sausage 49
TO: WILLIE O. PYKE.
all ages. Worship hour is Whose place of residence Is 12 OZ.
11 A.M. with Rev. R. W. Dickert, unknown.You Jar 33eHENDERSON'S
are hereby notified and required
pastor. to Ale your answer to theComplaint .
filed In the above entitled -
Cause In the office of the I
METHODIST CHURCH Clerk of the above styled Court at FOLGER'S SUPERFINE
his office In the Courthouse In Bun-
Church school is at 9:45 A.M. nell, Florida, on or before April
each Sunday and worship houris 16, 1961, and to serve a copy of
i such answer upon HUBERT H.IEVEY. .
at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reyn JR.. Plaintiffs attorney COFFEELimit SUGAR5Lb.
hereIn, whose address Is 400 Broad.
old Hoover, minister, and special !'FlAGro Beach, Florida
'
music by the choir. TRIBUNE" Is herebydesignated
as newspaper In
The executive board of the which this o ert shall be published

Men's. Club will meet Monday, once weeks.a HEREIN week for FAIL four NOT consecutive OR A 1 :

March 25, at 7:30: P. M. at the ECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL 39 ;
JE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
home of Leonard Johnson. SUCH FAILURE.The .
nature of this suit Is a bill Can Bag
Eight ladies of !the church at. for divorce.
tended the District Women's Society I WITNESS my hand and seal at

of Christian Service meet. I his unnell 11th, Flagler day of March County A., D.Florida 1963., Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order

ing held in DeLand last Friday. (Seal) Clerk Circuit E. A. SMYTH Court .. _

They were: Mrs. Reynold Hoover Flagler County. FloridaBy Shurfine Halves or SlicedPeaches Food
Julia R. Harvey,
Mrs. Roger Hoose, Mrs. Ruth Deputy Clerk KingOLEO
Marker, Mrs. Earl Roe, Mrs. Ray I March 14-21-28 & April 4-4to 2% Size 00

Lehr, Mrs. ,Keith Lovell, Miss IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. SEV- 4 $1

I Dorothy Romans and Mrs. Lester AND KNTII FOIl,JUDICIAL FLAUI.m CIUCl/IT, COUNTY IN, CansRoyal % Lbs. %ge
Stanton. Ki.oiuuA. EQUITY NO. 4eu
f WILLIAM O. C. KONOW.

VI.llEDWIG Plaintiff PurplePLUMS Kraft's

j Music o. KONOW Defendant' .
NOTICE Tn APPHAH ANn 212 Size 00 ALL PURPOSE
Tennessee StyleBY AN W".t 4
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF $1 i Qt.
FLORIDA, Cans OIL 490
TO: HEDWIO O. KONOW,
Walt Graves&Carl Spicer 435 Crestwood Avenue
Hackensack New Jersey
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till You are hereby notified that a Stokely's Cream Style OR
suit has been brought against you RINSO FAB
SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. In the Circuit Court of Flagler

LETTER OF MARQUE County WILLIAM, Florida O.C KONOW.In Equity Plaintiff by Goldena 00 Large Box

i COCKTAIL LOUNGE and personally you are or hereby by Attorney required with to the file CORN 6PilUbury'a : : $1 ZSe

said
& RESTAURANT Clerk of Court your written
I defenses If any to the ComplaintIn Limit 2
5 Miles So. of Marinelandon said suit on or before the 16th
day of April A. D. 1963, and also Plain Self
A1A.Lf to serve a copy of your written or Rising Sanitary Napkins
defenses upon Messrs. Osslnsky &

their Krol. office Attorneys address for at Plaintiff 411 Main at Lb.
Street Daytona Beach. Florida on FLOUR 5 MODESS75c
or before the 16th day of April. 49
( \} 3111aglrr OJrtbmtr A. D. 1963 as required by the Flor- Rag
da Equity Rules and herein fall Pkgs.
nVNNELL. FLORIDA not or Decree Pro Confesso and Limit One Z \
Final Decree will be entered
against you by default.
You are further notified that the
MRS. M.B. FULLER. Editor name of the Court In which said FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCEU.
suit has been Instituted Is the Circuit -
Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
Designated Official Publication of Florida In and for Flagler 9 Oz. Mr. G. S. No. 1 Maine White
.
County In Equity and that the
for Public Notice of Flagler title of said suit is as hereinabove Pkg.
set forth. FRENCH: FRIES ge POTATOES lO Lb.
Ceu.t7. Municipalities tkereland You are further notified that the 3ge
the State or Florida nature of said cult Is a suit for
divorce and for other relief as set
forth In the Complaint. 6 Oz. Sealsweet Firm Home
GrownCABBAGE
WITNESS my hand and seal of
a..econd class matter
Entered
February 8, 19U.at the pottofflce Toc.d.t. .nn:1h\ Flagler day of Mardi f ., LEMONADE 6 For 6ge
3
A. I) 1983.tlrrult IOCGolden
at Dunnell. Florida under act of I ( <'..!! 3mlKMIL > lbs
March 3, 117*. : A. SMYTHE. as Clerkof
the Circuit Court of Flag Four Fisherman
ler County Florida Ripe FancyBANANAS

One ..year ? ... ,,....=l.bOl, Attorneys OSSIN8KY for& KHOI Plaintiff FLOUNDER p 49C .

Six months ___.....$1.15 411 Main Street fOe
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Thursday, March 21, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PACE FIVE
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REP. WADSWORTH ManufacturingIn in 1961. Chemicals factories
TO SPEAK TO THE
I add $314 million In value of
"LAGLE3 B & PW Florida In 1961 paodtKte: and had a payroll of
I The Business and Professional J07 million. Paper and allied
I ) Women's Club will meet tonight Shows IncreaseFlorida product factories! added $223
LOCALS I at the Bunnell Civic Om.I million with payroll of $77 mil-
I ter. The subject for this monthIs lion.
factories turned
out
Legislative and Chaiman Continued To Page 8
Jeanne Cannon has arranged for manufactured goods in 1961
UDC MEETS WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY W L. Wadsworth worth $1.9 billion more than the
Rep. to be v#,
MRS. COOK: THURSDAYMrs. (SATURDAY HONORS guest speaker at the meeting. raw materials and power usedto I
> ZANE KELLEY make them, the Florida HASTINGS MATTRESS
Hostesses for the
H. T. Cook was hostess I evening are
for the meeting of the General Mrs. Jimmy Kelley entertained Julia Harvey and Leola Jones. iI i State Chamber of Commerce re- & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

Joseph E. Johnston Chapter I a group of young guests at I I ported."This 71 0.12 Lemon St.
UDC, Thursday afternoon at her her home Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Buck McCort value the report pointed Palatha, Florida
home, 1001 East Moody Boulevard I honoring her son Zane. The occasion nnd daughters, Cindy and Lori,I out, "measures the work done '-'hon EA 5.9166
factories
by and their
I was his seventh birthday have moved to Jacksonville to contributions Furniture Upholstering I
anniversary.The reside. Mr. McCort is employedby to the state's economy. The Repaired & Refinished
t Mrs Walter Knight presidedover the Greyhound Bus Co. 1961 figure, based on the latest Hundreds, of Patterns to
St. Patrick's Day theme '
the business meeting, and I . '." official estimates, was 6 per cent .'. Ooos. from. P-
was used In the decorations! and Mattreftses & Box Springs ;
larger than 1960 and 14
gave a report on the two district in the refreshments. Charles CARD OF THANKS per cent Mad to Order, Also Renovated
which she attended more than in 1959. PRICES
meetings REASONABLE.
Pellicer won a prize in a peanut The sad bereavement which
this month. Mrs. Tom. "Three types of manufacturing BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
I hunt. has visited home leaves
Durrance and Mrs. Gene our us stand out as leaders in the Just as hoar as your
my Those enjoying the party were with grateful hearts to all our state. Food Phone or Post Office
Knight also gave reports on the Gail Tucker, Mary Lou Kocz- friends. The many cards and products plants Drop Us A Card or Call
added a value of $388 million
Jacksonville.Mrs.District Two. meeting held in wanski, Tressa Kurt, Charles flowers sent during Man's Illness and had a $151 million payroll Froa Pick-up & Delivery

Pellicer, Chip Brooks, Glenn and also the many expres _Awl -ofWI
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Zack Holland gave an Bradley, Mike Henderson, Ron. sions of sympathy, flowers, and :
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interesting review of the life of nie Johnston, Wally Wilkins, acts of kindness at his death, is I

General! Joseph Eggleston Johnston Cheryl McGriff, Jan Perryman, kindly acknowledged and deeply TREET
TASTY
as a General. The local I Elaine Weeks, Billy Creal, Gary appreciated.The .
Chapter was named for General Harris, David Smith, Jan Rod. family of I
Johnston. I and Carolyn Kelley.ON FORMERLY DAIRY BAR
I gers Wallace (Man) Baker
Main St. & AlA Highway Flagler Beach
During the social hour, Mrs.I Ruble and Frankie Baker I
Kate Bankston and Mrs. James DEAN'S LIST Albert and Lorraine Baker. SIT ON OUR BREEZY PORCH OVERLOOKINGTHE

Craig were honored with a sur- AT FLORIDA STATE I I OCEAN AND ENJOY OUR SOFT SERVE

prise birthday feature. They Jim Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs.H. Like motorists, some speciesof ICE CREAM CONES THICK SHAKES, COLD
celebrate their birthday anniversaries T. Cook, was on the Dean's ants Install. antl-freeze In the I DRINKS HAMBURGERS HOT DOGS, BAR-B-QUE
on March 17. List at Florida State Universityin winter. They generate alcohol !! AND OTHER HOMEMADE THICK SANDWICHESOPEN
Tallahassee last semester. in their bodies 'to with the I
A large white birthday cake, cope TILL 8:00 P. M. CLOSED MONDAYS
decorated with shamrocks and cold weather. I I
green*candles, was cut by the Mrs. Daisy Buckles has re .-.-.-r. ..... .N
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honorees. turned to her home here after
spending the past four weeksin
Present were: Mrs. Walter Jessup, Ga. with her son in

Knight, Mrs. Tommy Durrance, law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Gene Knight, Mrs. Kate,Brady Wadsworth.
Bankston, Mrs. James Craig, : Adld a Phone.V.add lot to hv .

Mrs. Robert Bertha, Mrs. Zack UNDERGOES SURGERYE.

Holland, Mrs. C. H. Cowart Mrs.H. . S. (Dick) Morris underwent
H. Murray, Mrs. M. B. Fuller, major surgery at the Halifax Busy days are breezy days when the phone is where you ar -

and the hostess, Mrs. Cook. Hospital in Daytona Beach last whether it's kitchen, bedroom or Florida room. Convenient eicten
Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Craig and Thursday.Miss **
Mrs. Cowart were welcomed as I sipn, phones come in many pretty colors-are so economical, too.

new members.Dr. Gloria McArn of Jacksonville s Call your Telephone Business Ofiico for details.
visited here during the
Frank Reynolds of Cocoavlslted""here weekend with her grandmother,
with his 'son Thurs. .
Mrs. Daisy Buckles and other
day afternoon of last week. relatives. SouthESrn E t ll J '

Gloria is employed at Fuch "
...G'nowug' l t&e Firtuu f .
Mike Koczwanski was a patient gotts Department Store in Jack w
in the Halifax Hospital sonville.
several days last week for nose

surgery. He returned to his Mrs. Homer Miller of Daytona

home here Saturday. Beach, accompanied by her
I i brother in law and sister in law,
House guests of Mrs. George I I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker of Clearwater .

Allen, Sr., during the weekendwere I was a business visitor
her son in law and daughter here Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dur- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

shimer' of Albany, Ga. Diamond two days last week .j
were her brother in law and sister
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrs ar
Mr. and Mrs. John Kostapolos I Ii
rived Saturday from their homeIn and son James, Mrs. Inez -
Twin City, Ga., where they Rothluss of Hammond, Indiana. ,
have spent the past several They had visited with other relatives ;

months. They are spending several in Ft. Pierce and were / ,
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days at their home on East enroute to their home. 'V I

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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vs ,
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Harry Atkinson motored to Atlanta Diamond several days this week x 1f

Sunday to attend the At. are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kosmosof V t Vii VV 9 t .
lanta 500 auto races. Detroit, Michigan.

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Auto Glass Installed Welding s


Refrigerators Furniture

Refinished Refinished


JOHNNY BOTTERBUSCHNorth

Railroad Street Bunnell, Florida
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week. Ty was getting some I WENDT SCOTT. SECRETARY | work and concentration, but it between secretary and boss..

,Is J ." '! good hits in his first game. ,By Lucy Groves Mayo 'also proved fadnating and ex- I If you want to read an excellent -

SPORTS ;Chucky Herr Joined the Method- I Wendy Scott lively young I hillrating when Wendy discovered : !I book, read this one. It

,;,1st team and sure can swing suburban teen-ager fond of ten. I how many tangents this: is absolutsly marvelous.

1!that bat He looks like old Stan nis and dancing and serious "white-collar" field offered, and i iI Library Assistant

I'' : !jMusial. John Bertha pitched school activities, arrived at a met the challenge to establish I I Gloria Hardin.

j three good innings allowing decision to become a secretary I la "doubles" team relationship I

r (Continued from Page 2)ing only one run. Tim Spicer might rather casually. She found the II I ----

\ I play his first game Friday. Spi- training to become a secretary
''their first season are Center cer had his hand in a cast We I really good In her chosen career PETERSON TEXACO LIGHT BULLDOZING
fielder Koczwanskl for
George missed Tim. quite different from what she I SERVICE Fill Dirt.
you
tthe V. F. W., Mike Barber and I Building; Sand Shell
( had expected. It meant hard I ROAD SERVICE
( eo. Revels were traded to the The Idlewood Club was minus I ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSONHE

Veterans to give them more re their scrappy little catcher Jimmy Light Mechanical Work
I Phone 437-3441 9-23S1-Flagl.r Beachwvvvvwvvw.
BunnellCommunity
serve strength. McNab. We miss Wayne for the
The V. F. W. missed their 2nd Hutcheson who played last year. _.4

:. baseman Ty Whittaker this Let's see him play soon. The I I FAMILY I .".._."..........".

Fleurie brothers look good at I t J O. F. ALFORD

that bat. The First Baptist I < Registered j

TV SERVICEALL signed up Darrell Britt and are I -o Memorial Church Real Estate Bro j

... looking for Rusty Improta. and I o o
I
Inter-deaomlBatlo
MAKES Tony Parker to show up. They I Bunnell. FloridaPARKER'S

Agent For could use their power. I AIR CONDITIONED I ............. ... .:... .. .. ..

: RCA & PHILCO Randy Morris is ,the new ITEM: Homemakers should read Daytona Ave :H j ,.

coach and manager of the First 1 and re-read appliance warranties I I FLAGLER BEACH i I PAl. INC.
ANTENNAS SOLD home freezers to learn if food j C'''itomotive Specialty Center
TUBES & Methodist Church team. For the I on I Ij Sunday School 10:00: A. M.
AND INSTALLED Robinson j spoilage from storm power failure I Church Service 11:00: A. f UAKE REMNET SI 5.95:
First Baptist Tilman PARTH AND LABOR
is covered. Some freezer warranties -
I ; I
TUBES TESTED FREE and Joe White will coach and I cover specific losses; others '! R.Y.. DICKERT, M'I: .9'lDCHEVROLETPLYMONTHO'1'liloo' $19.9.1

manage. do not. Some families may also : EVERYONE: WELCOME I l':;40 Mason Ave. Daytona

have special insurance contracts { !! I.A.. .. 1 t J i
TV BobFLAGLER purchased with the freezer that .

THE BOOK NOOK also should be checked. Most fire ,
Insurance policies with extended
BEACH I I coverage do not cover losses of 24 HourWrecker
PHONE HE 9.2204 TITLE ALL MY LOVE food in the freezer unless house- Service

.. ,i bold furniture is covered and direct WV
Author: Amelia Walden I '
NOTICE damage from the windstorm
Notice i I. hereby given that the Do want to read a book made the freezer inoperative. i

Board wll) receive of County Healed bid Commissioners on the let that will you Interest you until the C. 1' Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

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of April A. I) 1963. et the
day hour of 9:00: o'clock A. M. In the last page? If so here is one. It ITEM; The popularity of deter.
otnt-B of the Clerk of the Circuit is about a girl's first in I gents has reversed the soap-de- > MASSEY-FERGUSON
Court In the Flagler I County Courthouse year tergent ratio of some 12 years I Grove Farm
Industrial
for the following: college and her problems ofi i I Equipment
tiasollne and other motor fuel, ago. Today about 95 per cent of f
oil. and greases for a period of growing up.Gretchen j household washing products are j VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID '7-3242
t one ((1) year from the date of acceptance I detergents, 5 per cent soaps. I Owner
of bid.
Miller went to col. Bunnell Florida
The Hoard reserves the right to Twelve years ago only 1 housewife ,
, I rl'i tf'dantoJ1 all I, bids.Florida, this legt she had always wanted to in 10 used detergents. Soaps cornI| .

I 12th) day of March. A. I>. 1063.O. attend. She had a very hard I bloc with minerals in hard water i
H COWART, Chairman time in adjusting to her new !' to form soap curd or scum. Detergents I I,

ATTEST E. A. :Smythe, Clerk I Ij surroundings. Gretchen was a I were developed after I
Conimlpsloners' housewives complained that CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
j Hoard of County soap
swimmer and she had
I of Fierier County, Florida champion i wasn't getting their clothes dean |
March 14 & :21-2tcAOTICK her heart set on joining the
I The majority of soaps sold today j .
H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
Supper Club They swim by 1 are light-duty type used mainly
Board Notice of It County hereby given Commissioner that the music, but she\ didn't make the : for baby clothes, woolens and JOHN HARDIN AssociateAIR

will receive sealed bid on the lit club at first. > gerie. Un-I
day of April A. D. 1963 at the hour S. LADY OXYGEN
of 9:00 o'clock A. M. In the office i
of the: Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn If you want to know what i, ITEM: If you want to get the I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

j the Flakier County Courthousefor happens next you should read i, for your detain? dollar, always ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
the following:
read the Informative label I
or tag
Courthouse
for the
U P. Gas the book.
,I Stockade and Jail for a period ofone i on the garment. It's :your: best Phone ID 7-3532
(1) year from the date of acceptance Carolyn Harris I buying guide. proper label will

The Board of bid.reserves! the right to Library Assistant specify fiber finish care and I I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNN'ELL. FLORIDA
and all blda. shrinkage controL
rel):tedant liunnell I, Florida I this -- ..
12th day of March A. D. 1963.C. ., ., ., .
H. COW AnT. Chairman. "
ATTEST:
E. A. Smythe, Clerk Here''
Hoard of County Commissioner! come bigger potato profits!
of Flagler County Florida
March 14 & 21-2tcI

-\ TIlE Cinri'lT COUUT OF .<':';;;P/ r.""
FLACI.KIl t ..WNT'IOIUDA
IV I'llAX'KHt: NO. .604
STANLEY: V. COQUELL fla

vs.OI3IITRUDE MAY. COQDELU Plaintiff rE : ha

Defendant.
NOTICE TO DKFKKUTHE :
STATE OF FLO1UUA, TO:
GEHTIIUDE MAY COUDELL
'Apartment 103J100 :
Fort Street
Montreal 25, Canada.
You are hereby notified that a ? y
suit has been filed against you In .vex }aeoooaxdPoalid: leylR.y
the above entitled cause; and you .4 ,:. ta:
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are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'UO answer oas } -
with the t. -
and to serve a copy thereof upon : _______ : -
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, { _
whose name and address Is: \ '
RAY SEL.DENtelden : 4
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Building -: , ? :
Daytona Beach Florida
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not later than April 8, A. D. 1963. _
If you fall to do no, decree pro h Ys 535
confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded In the : _
bill of complaint. The nature of a
aid cult being for divorce. _

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

A. I> 1963. ,

(UtflcialClerk. j Dy Julia of H.aid Deputy Harvey.Circuit SMITHS,Clerk.Court Spray Du Pont Manzate* to control blights

March 7-tt-21-Z8-ttc msneb fungicide

IN KluMH.KR TIlE: CIRCUIT COUNTY; COURT FE.O1UUA OF . assure top yields of No. 1's

IN C'HANCKUV NO. 4603
C. E. JENNEY .... ..J "
.._ Plaintiff, One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate 'n\

HAltniET SECCOMBE JENNY, maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.
Defendant
NOTICE' TO DEFEND Better yields, quality and profits" anzate" helps boost yields as
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: much as 40 bushels acre . gives
HAUIUET SECfOMBH JENNYco per you more sirs, and naturally
Mrs. Jean Braden increases profits as proved by growers in all major producing areas.
Itt. 9 Box 10.
Frultland, Ontario, Canada Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be

suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you In a used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth.

the above entitled cause; and you Saves time and ftlon.Janzate. is
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'C"O answer a wettable powder, ready to
with the mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides
and to a copy thereof upon
the lrtte plaintiff attorney, and f fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.
whose name and address Is:
.RAY SELDEN .4 Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the .

Selden Daytona Building Floridanot years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control easy
fIhi.
later than A. D. 1961. handling.
If you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou On all chmkalt,follow labeling inttrwtwnt and varnhgt core/uHy. .
for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
aid suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
aid Court this 6th day of March. @ITMANZATE:>
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A. D. 1963.Official Each
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE acre you spray with "Manzatt" can
Clerk of said Circuit Court yield bushels more of H't like theee. Field ".."...w' maneb fungicide
By Julia It. Harvey, applications of"Mantatt"protect your crop InTEl THINGS SOS KTTE1 LIVING
March 7-U-U-8-4tc:! Deputy Clerk. from Ute blight tuber rot, ton. ...7HIOl'OH:




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WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF ." SMART SHOPPERS A6REE I
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. l ll n.. Vs AT THE COMIN6 OF SPRING
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'fJJ II o tlae ARE THE THING-c-:{> .
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ARMOUR STAR STEAKS
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,. STEAKS Round, Club, 7-Bone Ib 69*

Lean
Armour Star

ALL"Ole Smokey"PORK MEAT STEW Ib 69* CHUCK ROAST Ib 49


SAUSAGE 3 Ibs 98< Lean Western

Our Value No. 300 Can P O R K

TOMATOES ea. 1O n STEAK Ib 49

Limit (6) Please
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Our Value No. 300 Can : ::i:11!!:! MORTON .
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BEANS ea ? t I J i SALT Limit ((2)) with $5.00 or more Food_Order
SNOWDRIFT 3 tb TinShortening ::: :::! Regular Box 12.
1 SALT :l2
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48 1: w 1 Delsey Balhroolll"

Limit one with $5.00 or more food order f:::!:.;. "I'''' ....,oiiii!;: TISSUE' 2 Roll pkg_!ge

Maxwell House 6 oz. Jar
Large Fancy
INSTANT COFFEE 59* ,
Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more Food Order TOMATOES Ib 19*

BIRDSEYE FROZEN FOODS SPECIAL
Calif. SunkistLEMONS
CHOPPED BROCCOLI 10 G.
CREAMED CORN EACH Doz. 39*
U. S. No.1
MIXED VEGETABLES
CUT OKRA 19 POTATOESLarge 10 n.39ese
GREEN PEAS No.1.
PEAS and CARROTS BELL PEPPERS
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I i Coupon void Gift Bond Stamps FREt GIFT BOND STAMPS

after With purchase of 2 Cans With purchase of / Gal.
I PENN CHAMP LIGHTER FLUID DELTA SYRUP
I March 24, 1963 Plus 5 FREE FLINTS (and this coupon)
(and this
I Coupon void after March 24, 1963 coupon)
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GIFT BOND II'

ST.41'IPSOPEN' I
Phone 437-3227
COUPON VOID AFTER With $ SUNDAYS
? U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
March 24, 1963 Order and This Coupon 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD MAR.21,22,23,24,'63Thursday



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j j4ed 1 MYSTIC IMMUNE TO COLD I The species is descended from

ManufacturingContinued i dJ.1at; to. BIUJiJNde J1l0GpI ( imported animals that escaped

A Nepalese mystic spent two I I from a game preserve.

( from page 5) I nights wandering barefoot in I I
"Fabricated metal products I t tI the Mingbo Valley of the Himalayas .i

I plant added $135 million and while a snowstorm raged. :

i paid employees $66 million. Though his hands and feet were i PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER

Printing and publishing firms I I I swollen, the mystic suffered no I i

I added $117 million with a pay I : frostbite. Physiologists found I II i

,\ roll of $65 million. I the Nepalese had an amazing

"Lumber and unfinished wood / j ability to control the circulation Phillip M. Whitley)

products factories added $59 !of blood to his extremities. I I

J. million with payroll of $32 mil I I I P. O. Box 1741

I lion. Furniture and fixtures factories The wild boar, whose strength, I St. Augustine, ;Florida

,1, added $41 million and had I speed, and ferocity made it a

am|tjnlllion payroll. Tobacco favorite game animal for European Phone 10,7.3282Bunnell

products. plants added $41 million ; nobles, Is hunted today in Florida
and had a payroll of $19 I the southeastern United States.

million. Other types of manu

facturing Important In Florida, EiJTaI1 ..,
but not reported separately for FOR I

1901, Include clothing, electrical
machinery, transportation equip PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

ment and a variety of other CANCER

products.

f'PaPer'products and cr..;mlcals I AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES

have shown the greatest gains ,
H. T.
i COOK AGENCY
among 'the'principal types of I
Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
manufacturing in recent years. : j

Declines have shown up in to. : Above the Brownie Troop receiving the United States I

bacco products and in construction I Flag presented by the VFW Post 521'1. Vh .> Flag was .-.....-............-.........................................-...-............L.I. ... .. --

"Plants,related in categories.the Tampa-St. one that had been flown over the Capitol Washing; FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Petersburg area added $321 million I' ton for one day. I. '

to the value of raw materials I Members of the troop are, left to right : Kathy Har- AMBULANCE

used in 1961. Miami area per, Barbara Cowart, Vivian Arnold, Martha Hornsby, PHONE VAlley 4.1625
plants added $292 million; Pen- SERVICE
sacola\$240 million; Jacksonville Elaine Skolar, Cherry Wadsworth, Jean Hart, Shelia ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

mil Johnston, Kathy Ryder, Christine Higginbotham, Donna
$220 million; Orlando $212 Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
lion and West Palm Beach $75 Steflik, Martha Lovelady, Pam White, Jackie Murray,
are always at your service with promptness. safety and
"
million. Kim Pazyniak, Cheryl Kinney. eJ 4perienceI -

IN' TIIM 1 cmriTiT roriiT OF Back is Mrs. Myra Wadsworth, assistant to the

IIV II'I.AC.I.In rilAlNCIOHY:
.RUTH ANN CLAnK Plaintiff. I Troop Leader Mrs. Joy Steflik. I
Garcia Funeral Home
!
:
I wArrER %. CLARK. Photo by Hein I'
Defendant. .----- --- --- --- := P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
NOTU': TO I>KFHMTHH >
WALTlfiU 8TATM. OK.FLORIDA CLARK TO: Subscribe to The Piaster) Tribune. 2.50 Yearly in Advance i j 1 LADY ASSISTANT

Bachelor Oltlcer Quarter "a"' .".."'" ..................a.a.. .......... ...... ::!!!
:, Highland Air Station --- ----r-- !! :
Highland. N, J. I'
You are hereby notified that a
putt ha* been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby with the required ktoolhr.o'gO answer t*, JUST LIKE OLD MAN RIVER

*and to serve a copy thereot upon
Hhe-- ; whole RAY name 8EU and>KN address IB: It you want a truck that does its work without yeUfit your need. The light-duty type is strong on corning -

Helden Ilulldlng for attention all the time, buy a "new reliable" fort. Another kind for heavier trucks stiffens up as
Daytona Beach Florida Chevrolet. increase load and vice Make ?
not later than April 22. AI). 1983.If you your versa. sense
'I you fall to do so, decree pro You have to take care of it; it's a machine. But Conventional pickups have double-wall construction
ooot..IIO will be entered againt this isn't full-time The clear idea is that in cabs doors lower side Roofs
you for the relief demanded In the I a activity. panels. are
bill of complaint. The nature cf the truck works for you, not vice versa. insulated. Body floors are select wood,
aid unit being for divorce.
I' WITNESS my hand and Deal' of The way to build such a truck is to not metal.Tailgate chains are wrappedput

aid. 1>.Court 1963.OfficlClerkalof. thus 20th day of MarchA. I more quality into it. For example, in rubber. If you'd like to examine

( K. A. EMYTHE Chevrolet aoesn t build one type of sus- or drive a new '63 Chevrolet truck,

py Julia Bald'Circuit R. Harvey Court I J pension system for all sizes of trucks. just call us. We'll be right over.

Deputy Clerk.I Chevrolet designs suspension systems to QUAlITY/ TRUCKS COST LESS
/ March 21-28 & April t.ll-He
I
i\ THIS ('IIIf.tIIT (:CUT OK
"" .UII.I.:1t roi'ftTt. Pl.Olllllt
IN fllAIVIKIIY N(). 4.1IH: .
I JOSEPH H. COLEMAN, .
I : Plaintiff, d' i.\f.' ,- ,. '
<| v \ :
.
i BALLY COLEMAN.J- 0"
j rv" Defendant. ;''
"t-* NOTICM TO I>":.'.:ND
I THE STATE OK KLORIHA. TO:
SALLY COLEMAN
IS Babcock Lane
Levlttown. New Jersey"
,You are hereby notified that a"ult
has been filed against you In
the abovp entitled sauce: and you
are hereby required to file your an-
ewer with the Clerk of thus* Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plalntlf or plaintiff* attorney, 1 ,
whose name and address !I.: :
RAY SKI.DENSKIden ;
Dulldlnsr v
+ Daytona Beach Floridanot
later than April 22, A. I), 11163.
If you fall to do 10, decree pro
conf*...ao will be entered against
tflOr' the relief demanded in the
complaint The nature of
Mid milt being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
Mid Court this 19th day of March
A. n. 1963,
(Official! Seal) E. A. SMYTH
Clerk of laid Circuit Court
Ry Julia R. Harvey ,l I II Ii
Deputy Clerk
March 21-28 & April _

l> TIIH -Htri'lT COl'UT OF
FUttiLKIt ('ot'NT", 'LUItIUA
i\ ('11 ANn'I'" i NO. 4.ie '
CARL E. BOLT
Plaintiff,

CLARA M. BOLT, I

Defendant. I
VOTiCi: TO IIKKl-.M
THE STATE OK FLORIDA. TO:
CLARA M. BOLT j'
Place of residence" and
lost Office adddrea unknown t
You are hereby notified/ that a
suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to Ate answer -
with the Clerk of this* Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon i
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
whose name and address I.:
;. CHARLES J. LUKE II
\\I 280 N. Rldgewood Ave.
Daytona Beach. Florida
I not later than April 22. A. D. 196 J. :
If you fall to do so. decree pro Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for a demonstration
oonfmso will be entered against _.._.................-..........................................--...-.---....---._....._._.. _, J I Jt J J" '
I vou for the relief demanded In the
I>It bill of complaint, The nature of
t' Raid suit being for dlvore
I WITNESS my hand ,and seal ofKild
t Cn..l this 18th day of March HALL-TUMLIN COMPANY
I" A. D 19R8.4of11c1s1 CHEVROLET
Sal ,
K A. SMYTHE
! Clerk of saM Circuit Court
Dy Julia It. Harvey
Deputy Clerk. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAr
March 21-28 & April 4-11-4tc


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