Title: Flagler Tribune
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00533
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 4, 1963
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00533
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

Full Text
'::;::-;;;:-- '::: : : 7' -: --:-:-::::-;::;-;
'" ". 'l"7' : ;: : ; 7- afWHS" f: 7\\I ,' f -" -1"r" .

"

,
I IK \
\a
lbtirIaIrr 0<<

.'f0\10Ubr..
'
\,:.. of Vl J$' ,. ..
..
,\,.\.\ I!< _.




(! rib nr .\!i



r


VOLUME 51 NO. 13 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 4 1963 A ==-
$2.50 YEAR
_ .
----- -
--'- -- ---- - --
-- -- -
-- - --
-- --
--

.NeWJ and Comment{ City Commission 1

(By Eula Fuller) I

; Reorganized at
Last year about this time Po.

litical Big Wigs were blaming
"weak leadership" of the State Monday Meeting

Democratic Committee for the

large number of votes receivedby i H. V. Peavy was elected to

Republican candidates In the I serve as Mayor-Commissloner of I

1960 elections. .wonder what !I Bunnell at the City Commission

leadership was responsible for'I'.. meeting Monday night He sue- I

\ the LARGE number of Repub. I j seeds C. B. Eisenbach who has 'It X1't4Lpc I t
licans ELECTED last week. 12 I],served as Mayor and chairman ;

out of 34 was a pretty substantial I''of I the commission the past two

percentage gain I would I!! years. Shelton Barber was elected I
think. '' Vice Mayor. I

i f Mayor Peavy named the following I
!
as chairmen of the -
This week's orchids to the .j '( "
go standing committees Finance, .. ,
:
School I >:t. \Wi" '
busy Bunnell Band and "" j
C. B; Eisenbach; Street commit- : 'f'\ ,:
its leader. They earned superior '; "
"
i i tee, Shelton Barber; Waterworksand .'! .t,'..
.
'
ratings at the District Contest ;
'
:
: I
utilities Harry Atkinson
held In Starke March 23 .Today "
Sanitation committee Walton
they are off to Washington : Johnston.

to participate in the Cherry ,
Harry Atkinson replaces Levi
.. Blossom Festival, a round of ;
.. i 1
Brannam
only retiring member
sightseeing, presenting a concert'on 'POTATO
of the commission this
the Capitol steps, and returnIng year.
home Sunday morning. . I Commissioner Eisenbach suggested
they meet in an informal ,
April 14 they go to St. Augustineto
participate in the annual! meeting of Commissionersonly HARVEST SEASON IS MARKED BY BARBECUE HELD IN i
on Tuesday night for a
Easter Parade. They will also HASTINGS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
planning and general discussionof I
present a concert in the band. I' Commissioner* of Agriculture Doyle Conner is shown \
problems, before hiring the crowning Miss Margie I
shell there following the parade. city employees. I Alford, a Palatka High School Senior, to reign as the 1963 Potato Blossom Queen. I

Members of the old board dls.1 On the left is Miss Cheryl McCullar, a Hastings High School Sophomore, and on
Our Readers will be able to cussed repairing and paving the right is Miss Ida Allen, Bunnell High School sophomore who were runners-up (

"read all about" the band tripto streets Included in this year's I and served as attendants to the Potato Blossom Queen.

the Cherry Blossom Festival budget. Shelton Barber reported Photo by Phillip Whitely. I I
next week. Two members of our -.----. ------..-- .._.
about 40 blocks of the old paving ----- ---- -- --
staff, Leonard Moody and Duke which has not had a wearing ,
McDaniel, will accompany themon coat applied, are badly in Mosby Heads Band Leaves for. County Board

the trip. need of repair. After discussion,

they decided to contact the Flagler BeachCommission Washington D. C. Will \
With the Railroad strike still contractor who will be repairingOld Improve

... .. on it looks like the potato farm- t Dixie ,(Railroad Street) Early This Morning I''
--ers" w1ll"'b -. .. .. ... ., .... .. _..
r acing as'many'nWketlng contract is let; fortHe4 - - Bunnell Airport. ...- }
JiI
problems as they faced f\vh-en-tJ11r"J the wearing coat The Bunnell School "Biggest .; j

growing problems during the and other repairs. R. R. Mosby was elected chairman Little Band in Dixie" and their
unusually cold winter season. I Gene Barber reported the new of the Flagler Beach Town chaperones and members of the I The Board of County Commlssloners -

water well had been drilled and 'Commission at their organiza press left at 3:30: this morning I agreed at a meeting

On the subject of strikes, I in a test (they had pumped 278 tlon meeting Tuesday to go to Palatka where they Monday to make several improvements
to
the
never have been able tee. see I'gallons per minute. The requirement Elected to serve as afternoon'j boarded the train for between Bunnell air
180 man was G. A. ton, D. C. They are 8c port here and Flagler
Where either side wins and most I I was gallon per I washlng.//Beach.
certainly everyone, even the disInterested I I I minute. He said the well was Chairman Mosby and Dave arrive In Washington

businesses, are the,, about 105 feet deep. It will be Dobson are replacing retiring I I clock tonight. I An advisory- committee. composed

losers. 1 know there is a lot I cleaned and Inspected by the I members of the board Leonard In addition to the 68 band of George M. Moody, G. H. ,

my feeble mind will have to I' State Board of Health within Moody and Harry Treadway. I members and Bandmaster Wal Neely and Grady Prather, local
learn but I can't help but feel the next two weeks end when plane owners, recommended to
I The new board rehired Town ter Morris, will be 20 adults who
that if the representatives from this is completed it will be will the board that debris from
Clerk Sullivan serve as chaperones.
Virginia City
both sides would sit at a table ready for use. burned buildings being cleanedup I
Marshall Ace Drummond and
,
and ''by sincerely applying a lit Before adjournment of the I Adults going will be Bandmaster ; cut trees at several pointsat
Buildii C. W. Dun.
tIe give and take in their demands 1962.63 Board, Commissioner Tindall?: Inspector Morris, Mr. and Mrs. edge of field; Install telephone -
and Wadsworthwere
they would be able to Brannam said he had enjoyed can. Leslie Pache, Mr. and Mrs. lIar. ; rest rooms; repair buildIng .
arrive at some equitable solu working on the Commission rehired as city attorneys. I old Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Lee for office; to reconstruct .

tion. Certainly the public, who during his six years in office, Standing committee chairmen I Blakely, George Skolar, Joe a hangar; prohibit use of field !
have to undergo the hardships and wished !the new Board progress will be named at the Thursday,I Seale, A. M. McDaniel, Leonard to planes only, and to constructa

caused by such a situation, during their term of office. : night meeting of the board.I Moody, Frances Edmonson, Mrs. road at edge of field for traf I
would feel more kindly to BOTH lIe also said he would be gladto The 1962-63 Commissionersmet i Mildred Kahlert, Mrs. Hattie tic to Gore Lake, citing several

sides. I cooperate with the Board. for their final meeting King, Mrs. Leona Eisenbach. near accidents recently when
prior to the organization of the Mrs. Mary K. Holland, Mrs. cars and boat trailers were

Speaking of Instant service: YOUTH COUNCIL new Commission. They paid Evelyn Cook, Mrs. Joyce Townsend using part of runway.
Last week the Board of County bills and other routine business Mrl. Frances Arnold, Mrs.
( BOARD MEETS before adjourning. Alice Lovell The committee also recommended
Commissioners named as an Airport and Mrs. Freda
Advisory Committee George APRIL 13TH Retiring member Leonard Deen. that no long-term lease

Moody, Jr., G. H. Neely and The Youth Moody said he had enjoyed Friday the group will be tour- be made to anyone for the field.
Council Board
a\ I working with the Board the past I I The board has just gotten the
Grady Prather. In their letter meeting scheduled for this Saturday two and wished them I(I Ing Washington for sightseeingat field back after lawsuits with a
of years
acceptance/ the board Monday evening has been Mount Vernon, Arlington
postponed former lessee.
in the future. I
r morning they also Included to meet on April 13. I I progress i i Cemetery and the crave of the I

.r a number of suggestions for The meeting will be at 7.30: I' I Unknown Soldier, FBI, Jefferson :,I Bids were received for gasoline

Improvements to the, airport. t In the Civic Center, Board Chairman CHURCH MEETINGS Memorial, Bureau of Engraving !I diesel fuel, oil and kero-
There are six airplane owners Hazel Holland said today. I[ and Printing, the Capitol, Wash. .'I' sere for county use. Rejectedbids
I r who tie down thelr-planes there. ARE ANNOUNCED ington Monument, the Smithsonian on gasoline because ,bids
.
Other owners are Rodgers Turn. i the residential section and Isla Sunday morning following the Institute, and many other were not clearly stated. Awarded .

I II'' er, Carl Bratcher and B. Pad. I Kester will take care of the business I I worship service at the Bunnell places of interest [ contract to Harris Gas Co'for.

berg. area drive. Methodist Church, a church conference Saturday they will march in 1. P. gas.

f i Chairman for the Marlneland i!: will be held to vote on II the Cherry Blossom Parade Authorized Leslie Pache to
Cancer Crusade I and Artesla Park secton on AlA 11 i the proposed parsonage plans, which, we understand, is to be spend $100 for improvement of
will be Lyman Gage. Jo nationality 1 1 televised at 11//
Betty I( Rev. W. L. Splcer Jr., announced softball diamond
District ChairmenAre Strickland will have the Favorlt- today. I IA. M. Our band will also present I backstop.
i
ta drive and the Korona Civic! Following the worship service a concert on the steps off I Tom Duncan member of the 1

Appointed Club will make the drive in Ko Sunday morning, April 21, will I the Capitol during their stay. I town commissioners of Flagler
rona. be the fourth quarterly confer Plans call for entraining at l'! Beach presented a map to the

r Cancer Crusade Chairman Bet In the St Johns Park, Haw ence of the church. Dr. Joe A. P. M. Saturday for their return ) board showing areas at airportthe

, te McDaniel has named her district 1 I Creek and Bimini sections will Tolle, superintendent of the De. trip home. They are scheduled ; town would lease for water.

chairmen who will head I be members of the Country Club. Land District, will be presentfor to arrive in Palatka at 9.30: works facilities. The, board

the Crusade set for April 29. Mrs. Lucille Cobb will take care the conference. This will be Sunday momlag. agreed provided location would

Chairman of the residential I I of the Espanola area and Mrs. the last conference before the be approved, by the Civil Aer

committee will be Margaret Jane Cora Buckles In the Shell Bluff Annual Methodist Conference inboard Th University of Florida's off. onautics Authority.
Deen; Bunnell business section, area. J
i Carol Jean Atkinson. The Crusade drive wi!! I mdaJ campus advanced engineering Request was granted for use
Di1 met at the instruction is reaching 502 students of commissioners
county
At Flagler.Beach,, Etta Peter- April 29 and will be ( room
at 8 o'clock '
.. Wednesday In five
: areas of the
state for
of
meeting Vlslstlng Nurses
! IOn will serve as chalfman of of the areas at V. irl " .
'\ ( /" rt a this .
,, ,,(' rjtl'f. I I trimester A.JSoclation-probably April 18.
!' :'" ,
'" } "' \"
\ ? 'fl
," . ,
"
\: "
I ,J !i;: :' \ ;, .' '. ..V..J... ;';. ,Mf

_Bl 't. =.I ',1; ,4IIt, -- -tJ .,.. _. --... .--"III.rl lul..rr.i.ri rrrw : _



APriI4.l:




PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, ,

_. . ._ _ _ _ y .
-- -- --- -
-- ---- -------------- -- -- --- - -
aged by a board of directors, or building or club rooms; shall tive and administrative control
otherwise named governing I have control of the expendituresof ] of acO sties and personnel in

body, of at least nine members, the Boys' Club within an established accordance with policies estab.
/SPORTffi elected by the corporation or as budget; shall have authority I lashed by the governing body.
i sociation. I to determine policies and I The director shall be qualifiedin

A Boy's Club which is operated ( establish programs; shall have character, personality and
by or under the auspicesof | authority to appoint the director, ability tor the organization and

N'T: ,E.S:' I.r : an organization having other fix his compensation, prescribe I direction of activities for the

\ ., r -. / purposes than service to boys, j' his duties, the terms of his em- leadership of boys.
shall be governed and managedby i jployment, and terminate his authority I 8. Club Worker It shall have
,
IDLEWOOD CLUB TAKES V. F. W. WINS OVER
an administrative committeeof to fix the compensationof sufficient workers for
OVER FIRST PLACE !I BAPTIST CHURCH 9.8 and shall carryingon
at least seven members, ap I other employees I a satisfactory program of activities
Buddy Moore's base loaded V. F. W. playing cool baseball delegate
have the authority, or to
pointed by the organization, who shall be qualified
home run In the top of the 7th in the late innings scoredone i the authority to the director .
which shall have all the controls in character, personality
to break 8.8 tie to: I I and
gave the Idlewood Club an 8.6 run an
[ to hire and discharge
,
win over the second place win over !the hard hitting Bap and powers stated herein. I]I' their ability for the operation of the
I No more than two members shall 'employees and prescribe program and for the leadershipof
Methodist Church team. i I tlst team 98. j:
I j duties.
M. Durrance big bat boomed be employees of the organlza- { boys.
The church team was. trailing
3.1 going into the bottom of the I for three hits to put Mike In tion. ; 6. Constitution By-Lows. Rules: I I 9. Clubhouse or Club Quarters:

fifth tied the score 33. Both the,batting lead for the church.G. The governing body shall consist -/ It shall be governed by a constitution .. I I It shall have a clubhouse or

teams were scoreless in the 6th Worley had two hits,. and i of representative adult citi- ; by-laws and rules |i separate club quarters assigned
and had to go into extra innings Pee Wee Rob nson had a long zens and such citizens shall bet( which are not Inconsistent with i to it for its exclusive use on
'
Idlewood Club scored 5 double. Mike Durrance relief eligible for membership regardless I these requirements. specific days and at specified

runs In the top of the seventh. pitching in the clutches gave of their religious affiliations. 7. Director It shall employ a hours each week, and there shall
The church scored 3 runs and the V. F. W. a big help. The board of directors, otherwise director for at least as many be no other use during the specified .

with two men on base (the last Ait the end of the game Mr. named governing body, or : weeks and hours as the Clubis hours which substantially
and Mrs. Aronld had a birthday administrative committee shall' in
operation.
batter struck out, and gave the I Continued To Page 8
Idlewood first place. cake for Darrel Britt. All play. have control of the Boys'' Club The director shall have execu
ers and managers enjoyed the

leDewood Ab R H cake and punch and we all

J. McDaniel 4 1 1 sure thank you. Happy birthday
"?
J. McNab 4 1 1 Darrell.
/
B. Moore 4 1 1
Baptist Church Ab R H
Gordon 2 0 1 G. Worley 4 1 2 cscs


C.Anderson Collins Baggett (\ 20 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 J.M.B. Cody Robinson Robinson 3 4 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 p (Q) @l (Q) I 0) o


F. Fleurle 1 1 0 D. Britt 3 1 0

S. Wilder 3 1 1 H. King 2 1 0

D. Rousse 2 1 0 I M. Manuel ,3 1 1

P. Duggan 2 0 0 I D. Higginbotham r2 0 0ID. .

W. Hutchenson 0 0 0 J Solomon 0 t 0 0 I lln ll @] fi

G. Bums 2 0 0 I' R.B. Ellenbach Barker ; .0 0 0 O' 0 0 0 @1 YcJI

31" 8 7 J. Arnold 0 .0 0

Methodist Ab .R H P. Allman O. O. 0
J. Geller 4 0 0 I ; i ) .,'

B. Geller 4 1 1 ,2485
J. Cook 4 1 1 V. F. W. Ab- R H I \%? llcy9j.M 0s

E. Rice 3 t 1 0 J. Taylor 310

G. Carle ; 3 1 1 K. Roberston 4 0 1
J. Robertson 4 0 2 l G. Koczwanski 2 1 0 .

C. Herr 1 0 1 M. Durrance 433

J. Bertha 1.0 0 T. Whitaker ? ,2*: 1 1
P. Barrow 3 1 2
C. Cleu 2 1 0 Jll@1llilll .. .
R. Creal 2,1, 0 G. Roberston 1, 1 0 J \
M. Barber 2 :
Co Johnson .. I 1.0 0 1,0W. ,
Allman 200
I .
!
T. Bratcher 0 0 0 '

Innings 1 2 3 4 S 2966 6 7 R 'G. Revel 1 0 0L lb dl p99) ) :
i Bunno 1 0 0 .'
Jdlewood O' 3 0 0 0 0 5 8 .. .
W. Hornsby 000 l.U@l\QJ n 2.
Method. 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 6 l10 -

Home run, B. Moore. Winning 25 9 7 .. .. .
pitcher, Collins; loser, Carle. Urn* Innings 123456 R \ ..
plre Pache; scorer B. Moody. Baptist 422000 8 .
I
V. F. W. 07101x9Two

bagger, M. Durrance and
I
BUNNELL REC SPORT FILMS M. Robinson. Win pitcher, P.

Bunnell Rec. Dept will run Barrow; loser B. Robinson. Umpire ORTIIO tells how to get the insects other miss.
film on highlights of world series Pache; scorer, B. Moody. With the sprays
contact and systemic action of
Phosphamidon.
of 1962. Two half (time
/ shows of the Purdue Band and a AN ASSOCIATE BOYS CLUB
softball film on a men's world FOR YOUR COMMUNITYIt 'C.& Potato pests had it too controls most of the important

tournament. The teamS com is now possible for the easy...They had a million placesto potato insects.

peting are: Federal Old Linesof small community that is unableto hide under leaves, in the
Seattle Washington vs. Lake finance the operation of a crevices of vines anyplace except e&1 Another good thing.

Charles, Louisiana, and San Boys' Club which meets the requirements where you could hit 'em Phosphamidon is absorbed so

Gabriel, Calif. All films will be for full membership with an ordinary quickly that you're not going to
I tin spray.
Boys' Clubs of America to
In color and will be shown at Ir' lose any time in the fields. Your

r'' the school gym starting at 7:30 service provide by a part-time establishing Boys'an Club Associate *G<9.' Phosphamidonchangedall workers. can be back on the job

t P. M. April 11. Boys' Club. that. It's one spray that mo"vesright just a few hours after spraying.

.Membership Requirements for in for the kill Fast, thor
k.t An Associate Boys' Club ough contact kill is a starter. 'r3 It all boils down to this:

f' GIRLS SOSTBALL A Boys' Club meeting the following ,But then it's absorbed into theplant's there are two good ways to get
LEAGUE FORMED requirements will be rid of stubborn
potato pests. And
f- Bunnell Reecreation Dept. has eligible for Associate member. system, and finds its way

..- formed a girls softball league shipu in Boys Clubs of America: to places insects hide, safe from Phosphamidon is both of 'em.

which will -open its season 1. It shall operate one or more most other sprays. So you get

Thursday, May 2. Boys' Clubs which meet the 'em where they live, by remote Phosphamidon 4

i The league will consist of four minimum requirements established control And you get 'em good. Spray fe a combination

.. teams. First Methodist Church herein. contact
( Manager Mary J. Seale, Bunnell 2. Nome! It shall have the ..3 The loll includes almost and systemic ,
Restaurant the words "Boys' Club" In its
Manager Marie Mu- all the worst
Foxglove
potato
zyka; V. F. W. Aux. ManagerMrs. title and it shall be publicizedand pests. insecticide. IttJ pRTNO
Joe Seale; Citizens Bank I known in the communityas aphids, potato aphids, water dispersible

Bunnell, Miss Santa Bradley.The the Boys' Club. buckhorn aphids, green peach liquid, sold ....
teams will play a split season 3. Purpose: It shall have as its aphids, leaf hoppers and corn in one-gallon Phosphamidon

of two six games or a total purpose the health, social educational borers. In fact Phosphamidon glass
jugs.
vocational, and charac
of 12 games. Winners of the ...
-
'
ter development of boys. ;.avs
league will play an all star
4. Organization It shall be "Helping the World Grow Bette[
game. Also first and second ,
either an Independent nonprofit CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL
place teams will receive trophy.All COMPANY,O.THO DIVISION,P.O. Box 7067 Orlando,Florida
associations
corporation or or
girls on winning team will an administrative committee appointed
receive softball medals. League .
by a non-profit corporation
.- rules will be sent to managers. or association under whose

I Teams are all in practice ses auspices the Boys' Club is op.
slop and getting instruction on I erated. .

f softball rules. The Rec. Dept. 5. Governing Body: An Inde-

will show a girls softball film I pendent corporation or associa-

June 5th. tion shall 1 be governed and man 6,.
M.l1d.IM11 MA NIM,116.M.11"M.M.M ,..
NR MMLMY"K. .W WY ..N W"M....N M1,
4
!'




.... I, ........ ,,



April 4, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE

__ ,
-- -- ----- --- ---- .n --- --

the economic craze of defict fin. far and wide, I ford is 'not alwa.ys-the common -

q Hf. in Qlvtida ancing it is best to rent a fer their property practice, because there is a I NAL-----

tilizer distributor from the man I tendency to slow temptation to apply fancy fertilizers PROI

(By Harvey Sharp) who will' sell you the fertilizeron from slinging if It is a credit purchaseas

Lawns, like ladles need conS credit I the neighbor's opposed to plain fi l-P.K if it I PHOTOGRAPHER I

stant attention to be made hap. The distributor which puts I So keep a a cash deal.LIGHT .

py. twenty or so tiny bands of fertilizer you are Phillip M. WhitleyP.
I
But remember, it Is safer to I is Just fine for the powdery bor's property

make lawns green with envy. type fertilizer. However, think that you O. Box 1741

So, don't carry this simile too I you'd best make a. few test because of old BULLDOZING I St. Augustine, Florida

far, or you will have a tough pushes of the machine across you are selfish. nil DIrt. Building Sand. Shell

problem in the house rather I the lawn to get the feel of the The analysis Phone ID 7-3282

.than a turf problem around the operation before you get downto apply is always ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON Bunnell, Florida

house. serious! business. Remember, kind often HE 8-Z3S7-F1aglec Beach

Keeping a lawn happy at this if you zig where you should Sandy soils are I

time of the year is based on the have zagged your mistakes will and demand more J ...... or TillS CIRCUIT COURT. BV.RNTII .
JIUKIAI CIHCUIT. IN
economic principle of labor and show up as yellow and green I richer loamy 1 PETERSON TEXACO AMI FOIL FL..OI.JIrOVlfTY.\ ,
KLonillA, IN CIIANCRItY NO.LANCELOT .
capital. You will most likely grass. For faster SERVICE A

measure the labor by the number . To prevent this, take a sober a plant food that ALLEN TIKE, 11.Plaintff.
I ROAD SERVICE ,
of blistered palms neededto breath before making each organic nitrogen. .v..

clear the winter debris, and swarth across the lawn. lasting plant Light Mechanical Work I WILLIE O. rfKE, Defendant.

the neighbor's March blown I Also adjust the machine to Izer that Phone) 437-3441<< BunaoU i NOTICE OF Wl'IT
I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
clutter from the yard. apply only half as much fer gen from an OK FLORIDA:

By removing the top covering tilizer as recommended by your total "go power" IN TUB CIRCUIT COtlllT. SEVKNTII TO: WILLIE Whoa place O. FYKE.of residence It
IN
of trash, you'll get rid of Insect. county agricultural agent and is listed on the AND KOIl JUDICIAL KLAOLKIl CIRCUIT unknown.You .
I make two applications. .One I amounts of N-P- KMUtlUA. 'A"I" NO. .20 are hereby notified and required
hiding and disease. harboring ap HOTCHINMN, COUNTY'I to lie your answer to the
LLOYD V.
.
places. A second raking is oftena plication going east and west, label before you ... Complaint Cause filed, In In the the office above of entitled the

good idea as it removes the' and another going north and Today there is KITTIA L. RUTCHIN8ON* I Clerk of the above styled Court at
I his office In the Courthouse In Bun
winter-killed sprigs of grass south. almost every NOTION TO Defendant APrKAH I. nell, Florida, on or before April

and keeps the lawn from looking Smart gardeners save a few tures claim to THE STATE OF L. HUTCHINSON FLORIDA TO: such 15. Wl.answer and to upon serve HUBERT a copy H.of

as if it had been using "that pounds of fertilizer for later use and insect Residence KITTIA UnknownYou I HEVEY JR., Plaintiff attorney

greasy kid stuff." -just in case they skip a bladeor you use is the k1 suit for are divorce hereby haa notified been that filed a herein way, whose Daytona address Beach I I.,400 Florida."FLAOLER Broad.

two of afford. What against In the above entitled TRIBUNE" 1 I. herebydesignated
you
The next step is to feed the grass. a* the In
and are hereby required newspaper
cause you
ever-hungry grass. Unless you The "whirly-bird" type fertilizer to serve upon rialntlffa Attorney which thla.rder I hall be publlfhedonce
a week for four consecutiveweeks.
whose and address appear
are an expert, don't try broadcasting distributor is fine for the hereon, name your written defenae. It HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A

the plant food by hand. unselfish gardener. Using pellet any, to the Bill of Complaint In IIIJCUEIPUO CON FERRO WILL
aid suit I on or before the JJthday UK ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
Most likely you'll end up with type plant food this machinecan U. S. 1- of April A. D. US, else decree SUCH FAILURE.The bill
will be entered nature of this 'lult I* a
zebra-striped grass due to your toss the shot like material 10 gal. gasoline against pro confesto you.WITNESS. for divorce.<<

ski-and-miss system of applica 20 feet or more. Out in the mid. my hand and peal of WITNESS my hand and seat at
lubrication. aid court 22nd day of March, A. D. Bunnell, Flagrler County, Florida,
tion. die of the lawn most gardeners 1963. this 11th day of March A. D. 198J..
change, free 8MYTHB (Seal) E. A HMYTHB,
Even if you are forced to join are happy to see the pellets fly tion only 99c. (SEAL) Clerk' of aRid Court Clerk Circuit Court
W. L. Wad iworth Flakier County FloridaBy
,- .- -- livery anytime, P. O. Box 98Bunnell. Julia R. I tVeYCI
Florida rk
Special wash Attorney for I Plaintiff) March 14-2MI A April 4-4to
March 21 & April t.U.18-tto
GIVENS BEAUTY SHOP IV! TMW CIlirt'IT l'OI'ItT OK
iTIIH unri'iT coniT OF Kiam.KU: COUNTY! KI.OHIDA
.1.ua.:1l COINTY. KI.UIUI1A IN CII4NCKHY NO. 463EDXVARD : "
I* rilANlKHY NO. 4SWO 1' HADLKY
SPECIAL EASTER PERMANENTSBUDGET JOSEPH II, COLEMAN 1'lalntlff,
Plaintiff, V .
IESSIIC 1& 'tAnt.EY.

WAVE $5.95 BY ALLY COLEMAN, Dvfpndnnt.
Defendant. MVTICH TO IKKKNITHE >
Walt NOTH'H TO IIKKKNUTHE : STATE OK FLORIDA. TO:
REG. $10 WAVE $6.50 .& STATE: OF FLOH1UA TO! DKSS1E;: )t. HARLBY.,
FRIDAY 9 SALLY COLEMAN 323: Bowman Street
.
/ REG. $17.50 WAVE $10.00 SUNDAY 3 Levlttown.IS Uabcock New Lane Jersey You Vinton are hereby, Virginia notified that a

You are hereby notified that a suit has been filed agalnat you In
SHAMPOO and SET $1.50 LETTER OF suit has been filed against you In the above entitled cause; and you
the above entitled COCKTAIL wer with the t t,
hereby required answer
At' HAIR CUT $1.00 & are with the ktoor\rhrlo i. and to serve a ropy thereof upon ..
4.114tH"I and to serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorpe.
"
FOR the plalntlffa attorney, whom' rams and address .Iti '
APPOINTMENTS PHONE 439-2312 5 Miles So. of plalntlf or I JAMES R HOLTON
wboae name and address /la:
] on KAY 8RLDENHeldrn I mm.liij Exchange' Bank 1Udg.
OPERATORS LYNN and MARGE Bulldln rte Auwmtlne. J'' Jldl
Daytona Beach Floridanot not than May D. U"
later than April It, A. D. 1963. If you fall to do mo, decree procont..o
do decree will be entered agalnityou
If you fall to 'o pro
confraao will be entered against for the relief demanded In the
I:WANT TO Pl for the relief demanded In the bill of complaint. The nature of

GUARANTEED RENEWABLE FOR ; A ] bill you of complaint. The divorce.nature of I said WITNESS null being my for hand divorce and deal of
UFE said suit' hem* for
SAVING WITNESH my hand and seal of I aid Court this 2nd day of April.
aid Court this 19th day of March A. I). 1963.Olnelal .
N1AN Wi D 1'U' ( Heal)
Hospital Surgical Insurance for All
Ages clerk of Circuit< PAYS. REGARDLESS OF OTHER INSURANCE I By Julia H. Harvey Deputy Clerk April t.I1.1I.U-4to

4.l14tc IN TIIM fOl'HT OK TIIH COI'NTY
21-21 A April
Jl'I) MTATH OK FI.OItlllA. IN I'HO-
_
IW TIIH CIltri'IT COI'HT OKKlftm.KH
AGES $ 95 IIATH.IN .
OVER $ >f60 J ('COUNTY KMHIIUA RM the Estate of

18 50 JL month 65 *V month ciiAM'Kiiir ANN CLARK NO., 4MH1 THOMAS RUTHERFORD'l"'l'fllt.ad.OLABfl.

Plaintiff
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEItN. :
I &''[. W.'CLARK.v. Notice la hereby given that H. T.
AGES $160 CHILDREN $ ; IterVndant. Cook has filed his final report ua
r I Executor of the estate of Thomailiuthorford
51 65 Ai month UNDER 18 month 'STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DKKKMII, TO: WAITKItV.. <1.AHK Died his petition for 'final 1 dlacharK" -
I Bachelor' -OII\'e Quarter and that he will apply to
World Wide Coverage-No Dues or Assessments Highland Air motion the honorable T. K. McKnlicht,
I SAY,THi5 Is
Highland, N. J. 'ounty Judge of Flatrler County,
Florida, the 8th day of ,
FACT SERVICES "You hereby notified that on May
MAIL FREE INFORMATION COUPON has are been filed against you In anit 19(3. for approval of same end for
flnal of the
Executor
discharge a*
!hB above entitled raooe and
; you
estate of Thomas Rutherford uses".
; hereby rMjulred to file Tour an deceased .this 4th of April,
on day
with the Clwrk of Into Court,
FLORIDA HEALTH SERVICE,* DEPT. 4-4-3 nl to serve a'ivy, thereof upon I>9C], H. .
T. COOK
he plaintiff or nlalntlff. ,
P. O.' BOX 5817JACKSONVILLE.. name and address attorney 1.: Executor of eatnte! of
I RAY Br".r>KNfeldon I ;Thomas Rutherford Ulaaa,
deceased
7, FLORIDA BulldtngDaytona April 4.1113.264tcNOTIC'H
I Dearh, Florida
Please send tee information: about your Low-Coat Plan t later than Aprn 22, X D. 1163. OK IIII1H WANTED
IT you fall to d. .., 'd rre: pre I Notice I I.
hereby given
thAt the
f iK> will be vntered aralnat' East
YI".ler
Name................._.........._...._...._............... Age.......... lll) for of comiUnt.the rttf o demanded The ttature In the of, tract of FUcUr Mosquito Beach, Control Florida Dl will 1.-
accept aealedbld
null being for divorce. ; at the offlc located >

Address ......a...-...._...._....__......._. ...__.--_........,....,.... 'j'jI \V1TNEHH Court this rnr 20th haul day and.r seal March of Beach on 7 mll HIifhWMy*s north AlA of up Flagler to and
T). 19'1. until 6:00: P, M. on April 1(1(, 19SS

City...............p;.........:_........:-........:> State.............._... TUB CIIICWT ...Clerk Heal of _Ie K.d Circuit A. intTTHB Court and or poitmarked date, for the prior following to that for time fiscal
KLAUL.KII CI 2VTV fir Julia IS. HarveyDeputy year endlnr September 10 193:
Furnish
CIIANrP.HY NO. approximately! 10,000
Old Equity Life Insurance Co. Flagler Tribune CARL E. BOLT 21-2 A April -ll-4tc Clerk. delivered gallons of tn No.the 2 fU..I.Fuel. .Oil to .be_

v. tank In Flnvler+ ; Beach" ;' Florida Tn

CJ ARA/ M, BOLT f of storage, tanks, for the capacity
which
I* approxi
NOTICE TO I) mbr 1Iflagtrr grlbmlr1QtJtNFtLL. mately 9.500 ",,.lIon.. quotations:
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT I I THE CLA'tAd.STATE OF BOLT : I to degree be a F.Firm Temp.bid and based on tIll<

I Place of . RLOWlfA Furnish approximately 2.000 jraf-
I, Post Ofttce ( Inns gasoline to b* Delivered to the
AMBULANCE . You 'are hereby [Tlatrict's Headquarter In FiacUr'
suit has been nird MRS. U.B. FULLER. Editor Beach Florida In quantities for
PHONE< VAlley 4.1625 the above entitled ; storage tank facllltlea. Udder to .
furnish'
SERVICE are hereby required to storage tank .of 1110 gallon
swer with the Clerk I ...... Offlvlal ra kll a tteei ratMirity m..t..r. with dispensing pump and
ST.
AUGUSTINE FLORIDA 1 and to verve n copy Quotations tn he Firm ALI. '.
the plaintiff or I J .. Public JVetleea' et Plader Ionia rnU[ ItpproJlltn"t"ly 11/101) fAl.

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We whose CHARLKH name J. I ...,,,. Nr.lelpsiIIIe.herela District's. "iViadquarterBTir5Ilf .Yt lirl.TJrnlah the

are always at your service with promptness safety 'and Daytona MO N. Rld Death. sad ,.. a_<.te ef FUrida storage ch. Florida.tank and Bidder dispensing to pump

experience. not later, than April Bid with met4'r Quotations to be Firm
If you fall to do I
tonfeaso will b" aa second class matter onDWednesday.oapril, at the, offic

\ Equipped With Oxygen Resusltator and Inhalator bill you for the. relief I, 1112, at the potofHc 1:31): 1'. it( IT "" ae
of
aid milt complaint.being. for Bunnell Florida, under act of Hucce.. i .
the f/ trlct's
.1 tolcwlnar tabulation
WITNESS hand
Garcia Funeral] HomeP. aid Court this my llth I, 117*. of bid,.
.
A. D. 1962. i toTreject any and.. .-ve*
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director (Official Seal) K. "II bid.endgto
Clerk of said On. year ..__._...._u.a waive any Intorm"IIt1. In hldt1ln_
I LADY ASSISTANT By Julia R. I EAST FI.AfH.F.JC MOSQUITO
) BU month _.....11.15 CONTROL lISTRiCT
.. ... . e
. . .!'. ... . ..,/'. March2121 'at April April( Lymanto page r.t.ry.Thursday .




--, - .- -.- ...-.......- ,



-
-



,




:1

.U FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday April 4, 1963 :

.. . : .
p---- -- --
Social I office in Daytona Beach, the ministration of any earnings, regardless ( should not be confused with Withholding Tax Statement, ff..
Security only beneficiaries excepted from I of amount. : 1962 Income Tax Returns, also Form W2. A beneficiary who ; :

Annual I this area are those who were I The social security people use 'due by April 15. These annual was self employed should take a ;

Report !((72 or over as of January 1962. I these annual reports to make i reports go to the Social, Security copy of his 1962 Income Tax Return
Most people whO' drew social Eadie said that these annual sure each person received correct Administration. The Daytona Beach dls-
security bene lts last year and reports are due whether the i benefit payments In 1962. Some I Eadie reminded people in the trist office is located ait 126 Bay

earned over $1200 must makean beneficiary draws retirement i people who didn't get all their i jBunnell area that the district I Street.
annual report to the Social wife's, widow's, parent's, or checks for 1962 receive additional office will help beneficiary with I
Security AdmInIstration. Accord. child's benefits. Those drawing I benefits after making the annual his annual report. Anyone in !I: Subscribe for The Flagler.Tribune
Ing to Mell D. Eadie, district disability benefits are supposed report. These annual re I,need of help with the annual | S150 A Tear In Advance
manager of the Social Security!|Lto notify the Social Security Ad. ports, due by April 15, 1963, report should bring his 1962 '
--- -
----- .
"




,


<


.
<
'3. k

i
e
J


, f, > o




> t { t ,;,;, {,





.
eL

_ S ;i J ,


r.
t,

.
;, >:t1 k 4 }:X Y t F '

( t
------ '

vk --n .',.

"I.

I ',

4 iJi /I I'




1 1,

,
.
\
4
,
4 \ ,. 'ti

: \ / 1 I.:
it

.' 'Jft. '
r,
.
1 '
,
,; :1' "
.
.
5iI
\.
,'
: A ,' -::'.

An
office
in
the
,: park. . .
"
Minneapolis
.;. "
'iJ. ,. Minn.

+ ;; THIS dramatic
design is
a new concept in ,
beyond its normal business functions, it will private office buildings. Going ;;,: ) ..
I give the :
people of iI
Minneapolis 1.
an elegant landmark of soaring columns !
and
xz t shadowy pools. And the giant arches, mirrored in
portico
will
passageway from famous Nicollet make truly exciting public '-t.,
1 :' To Avenue to the park and river beyond.
bring this
concept to life
the architect
i that chose concrete. Concrete 1.-, .
: can
spring skyward in
a slim shaft. Then ,
that can be angular in flare into an arch. Concrete ,
one place. Softly
;t ': curving in another. Concrete Model 01
can be beautiful to the that new Northwestern National Y 11.
onlooker Insurance
Life
; obedient Company
to the
$' architect; completion building: scheduled for ,
;, strong to the engineer. exceptionally fn Bummer of
1964. .,
tion shows distinctive Top illustra '; ,. (,
.-
,; ;a Cement the basic ingredient of concrete portico arch and precast, prestresaed ..
eolurnu.
concrete-Is teet: Allnoru Arch-! '
k c Cement Company in its made by Lehigh Portland mlnrharn. Mkbfran.Vlrnaukl ell: Aaaoeiatea, Bir. r
plants in eleven Structural
I states. Whether Worthington Engineers:: uI,
it's Skilling,
everyday sidewalks . or a delightful piece used in Seattle Washington Helle A: Jackson t

the vital part of anything of architecture, cement is .... I, ;,
concrete. Lehigh Portland .
Allentown Cement Company
IEItIG31
Pa.'V' ':
.A r :. e
CEMENTs .
,
, I
\
,.: .'... ,

.: ,

:
: 'f
\ , '
I. .

: ::; "., NEW, CONCEPTS. IN CONCRETE . and your community \ 1'
.
".- ,..'
;, 'I .
t 1<.' ", ':.. This is one of a series of advertisements to show millions of readers of national \ "I...

:;'. magazines how concrete plays an important part in the newest architectural ideas. '
.. ,. ..
"
With architects designing 'more and more structures to be made of concrete, the '

demand for cement in the years ahead looks bright. Your neighbors, perhaps you,

if you work in the nearby Lehigh plant, are making an essential contribution'. ''"to ,.: y .

these "New Concepts in Concrete." ;'.;
', Iatr ::
""i' ,
_, Lehigh Portland Cement Company.A. ,,:'\11'; .." '!"":







..-- .. .
lj ,. ,.. R_ r v.



. -....._--
* '\' < _. .


'IJ

1' !1day, April 4, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

. ,. ,. .. '' PAGE FIVE
.
.
I

II. ", : #%' I ch STORE HOURS: i iWeekdaya8oo
; Jtagl r SEE FOR YOURSELF... to 7:00 /

: Saturdays-8:00 to 9:00
1/
FLAGLER B ACI{ VfSCS WOMAN'S CLUB WILL '
O
VISITS BUNNELL WSCS HOLD RUMMAGE SALE Q QUANTITY RIGHTS

The Woman' Society of Christian The Flagler Woman's Club RESERVED

Service were the guests of will hold a rummage sale Saturday br' 9
the Bunnell Woman's Society of April 6, tat the Rodgers PRICES GOOD

Christian Service yesterday. Food Store parking lot I, -- THURS., FRI., SAT.,
They reviewed the !book: 'The Members said anyone having ; APRIL 4.5.6SHELTON'S
Dimension of Prayer/ with rummage to donate for the salemay I s Y.r ?7
ladies from both groups taking deliver it to the clubhouse I

part in the review. Ladies from on Thursday, between 1 and 4
Flagler Beach who attended. P. M., or for pickup they may I GROCERY

were: I,call Mrs. H. G. Heydt.

Mrs. Jack Meekins, Mrs. Roger
Hoose, Mrs. Keith Lovell, Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH Copeland
John Kunkle, Mrs. Bernie Wileon Tonight (April 4)) the Ladles Pure Pork Bag
Miss Emily and Miss Flora Guild will serve a roast pork 3
'
Gage, Mrs. William Bartow,I supper In Fellowship Hall. Fol. SAUSAGECircus
Mrs. Mae Hendren, Mrs. Steele, lowing the dinner there will bea J
;' }a Mrs. Harry Treadwell, Mrs. Fred short devotional led by Rev.R. .

Marks, Mrs. Amy Rundel, Mrs. W. Dickert and the evening Lbs.Lb..
Clarence Shultz, Mrs. Ernie Bu. will be concluded with a con. 39

? teux, Mrs. Hugh Arnold, Mrs. greatlonal business meeting In

Clara Smith, Mrs. Lillian Ballard the sanctuary.

s Mrs. Lester Stanton, Mrs. Sunday' school convenes at for
Lillian and Mrs. Charles Bondy, 9:45: A.:M. each Sunday with

Mrs. Ray Lehr, Mrs. Charles classes for all ages and at the WIENERS

Martin, Mrs. A. K. Dally,-Mrs. 11 u'clock worship hour the

William Givens, and Mrs. Reyn Loard's Supper will be observedat $1 3 Lb.
old Hoover. which time the pastor will GROUND BEEF $100

ti The Flagler Beach WSCS will conclude his messages on "The Bag
meet next Thursday with Rev. Humanity of the Lord Jesus

Reynold Hoover giving the pro. Christ. Flavor Aged Flavor Aged Choice
gram on "The. Arms of Compas

ry sion." BAPTIST Sunday CHURCH school is at 9:45: A. M. Rib Steak Ib. 69 Sirloin Steak lb. 89

and worship hour is at 11 A. M.

Dr. and Mrs. Joe A. Tolle from with Rev. Atlee Stevens, min.
DeLand were the dinner guestsof ister. Training Union Is at 6:15P. :
Flavor Aged Tender
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover . M. and evening worship is at


Tolle last, who Thursday of is the the DeLand district evening.districtof superIntendent Dr.. 7:30.:Mrs. Frances Rustin from "'"" Steak Ib. 89< IEEF Liver Lk2:, 79<


the Methodist Church, also Jacksonville spent two weeks
presided over the fourth quar recently with her sister and
terly conference held later that brother in law, Mr. and Mrs.

evening in the church building. Clarence Shultz., OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM


Church school meets each Sun FLAVOR AGED CHOICE BEEFFOLGER'S I
SCOUT TROOP ON day at 9:45: and worship houris
CAMPING TRIP at 11 A.M. Rev. Reynold
The newly. organized Boy Hoover minister, will have a
Scout Troop, sponsored by the reception of new members during HENDERSON'SCOFFEE WINTER GARDEN. t'

Flagler Beach Methodist Men's the Palm Sunday service 6 OZ. INSTANT FROZEN 10 OZ. '
Club, enjoyed an overnight and the senior choir will pre.
camping trip at the Indian sent special music. SUGAR M '

burial grounds between Bunnell There will be no official board StrawberriesEach
and Flagler Beach. meeting and dinner next Sunday .

t Those enjoying the outing The next board meetingand
were: Scoutmaster Leonard John. dinner will be the first Sun 5 Lb. nnt

son, David Johnson, Wayne day In May. &J*: 58 Bag UO 21
Owens, Kenny Whitney, Grady The Men's Club will meet at .
Prather, Nathan Bruce, and Ed. the church Monday evening at SAVE 31c

die Dodimead. Frank Dodimead 7:30: P.M. Limit One With $5.00 LIMIT
Limit One With $5.00 or or THREE
assisted Mr. Johnson and two
iv TUB: CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKTII More Food Order More Food Order'
committeemen, Rev. Reynold JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IVANU PLEASE
Hoover and Lyman Gage Joined FOil FLAGLER COUNTY
FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 48IZ
r the boys for supper.Mr. WILLIAM O C. KOVOW. ,
,
I Plaintiff

and Mrs.. Laurence Bur. I HEDWia O.VKONOW.Defendant I BARGAINSLaruta I Farm Fresh Produce

rington and daughter, Faith.I NOTICE TO ANSWRIl APPEAR AND I
Mary, from Shelburne Falls IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Mass., spent a few weeks with' OF I 'I I TO: HBDWIO O. KONOW.
i Mrs. Burringtons' parents, Mr. 435 Crest wood AvenueH&ckentack Sunkist

and Mrs. A. K. Dally. The Dal. You are hereby, New notified Jeriey that a CORNED BEEF Ea. 39C LEMONS Doz.
+ the cult ha been brought against you 39c
lys accompanied Burring. In the Circuit Court of FlakierCounty.
tons to their home In Massachusetts WILLIAM. .O C akd o q'Pltinti by, Sunlite 303 CanTOMATOES
today.METHODIST. and you are hereby required to She Ea. Long Island Irish
personally or by Attorney with the IOC
Clerk of said Court your written
defenvei. If any to the ComplaintIn Limit Four POTATOES Iga?' 39C
aald cult on or before the 15th
MEN'S CLUB day of April. A. D. 1562 and alto ,
to serve a copy of your writtendefence Juiced Rite 57 Oz.
SPONSORS HAM SHOOT upon Meiira Oaitniky IL: I
The Methodist'Men's Club Is Krol. Attorney for Plaintiff at ORANGE Ea.
I their office address at 411 Main DRINK 35e
sponsoring a Ham Shoot at the .Street. Daytona Beach. Florida, on FREET
or before the 16th day of April. 50
Airport Saturday,April 6, beginning required GRAPE **
at 1 o'clock.: The public .. fd'aD'Jliy not or Decree Pro and Confeuo bte1nFlf and DRINK 35Pillsbury's V STAMPSWith
invited to participate in the Final Decree will be entered
against you by default. 19 Oz.
event You are further notified that the Purchase of 3 Pounds
name of the Court In which said Yellow or
suit hat been instituted If the .
Circuit
'Court. Seventh Judicial Circuitof Chocolate More Chuck Roast.
TV SERVICEALL Florida, In and for FlaglerCounty White CAKE MIX3For $100
In Equity, and that the Coupon Void After 4.6-63
title. of said suit ias herelnabovaet

MAKES You forth.are further notified that the
Agent For nature of said suit !I. a cult for COOK OUT SPECIALSKraft's
I I
divorce and for other relief a let aDah1
forth In the Complaint.
I RCA & PHILCO WITNESS my hand and seal of
office at Bunnell Flakier County, FREE
j I Florida. this 11th day of March 18 Oz. Barbeque 5 0
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD A. D. un.4C1n.lt .
(.. < Seal Each
r )
: AND INSTALLED ,. EMI A. 8MTTHE. a. Clerk SAUCE 35e TV STAMPSWith
.s of the Circuit Court of FUg- .
TUBES TESTED FREE ler County. Florida. Kraft's 28 Oz. Barbeque
OSSINSKT A KltOU
Attorney for Plaintiff Each Purchase of $5.00 or More
411 Main Street SAUCE 47e
TV Bob Daytona Beach, Florida Food Order.
March H-H-2S April 4-4 tc Sparky'

FLAGLER BEACH Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune CHARCOAL i glb. 9ge Coupon Void After 4-6-63

PHONE HE 9-2204 1t-.1oWNlIiI !IIW '<'\f
SZ50 A Tear la Advance ..





.
-
-
--- ---
--
---- ,

'. ... .
.
h. .L. ..L. L... tht. i..a:
__.. :__



\""
\\' ..
." ,. , -
-

F I Ij
PAGE SIX _ __ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday_ _April _4, 1963.



: j :: TBUDCET BOOSTERS



I I
: 1i : _
\
We, the personnel of the "Flagler Food Store" wish to show our appreciation -

to all our friendly customers who make doing business a pleasure
i,
GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF



:L, CHUCK ROAST POUND 49 c ,


.( U.S.CHOICE BEEF GRADE"A"WESTERN

Chuck Steaks Ib. 59 :SD:: ROAST Ib. 59<

COPELAND'S ALL MEAT PALM RIVER SLICED

FRANKS IIe I I Each 49 BACON 2 1 lPound s 89;

-
6 Oz. Folger'sINSTANT 10 Oz.Folger'sINSTANT
Folger's Mountain GrownCOFFEE
COFFEE J" 690. COFFFE Jar 99C
3 Oz. Upton'sINSTANT i P/2 Oz. NesteaINSTANT '
.
'
TEA Jar 790 TEA .;J" 790
"
,"
Gold MedalFLOUR 39 3 Lb.Can,CriscoSHORTENING v' .7 :
S Lb. Bar 490 790
Limit One with $5.00 or more
Limit One TJfJ Food Order Limit One
I FOOD KINGPEARS SHURFINE FRUIT

i 3 2%Cans Size $$100 Cocktail 3 234 Cans ze $$1001 I IIII.

SHURFINE DELMONTE BLENDED

Peaches 42 12 Cans$[ze $$100 I Pineapple Grapefruit DRINK 4 ll/2 Cans Size$$100 I I


I SeahweetFROZEN FOODS Henderson's Superfine Blackeye FRESH PRODUCE
6 Oz. Cans $
LEMONADE 10 I SUGARs PEAS Pound 190
Morton'sMACARONI Fancy Eating
1 9 Oz. Pkgs. Q .
AND CHEESE *>7l* 5 Lb. PEARS 2Lb" 290
"Four" FishermanFLOUNDER Large Crisp
j"/j' 2 u> 990 Bag CELERY Z Stalk, 25c
Sara LeePOUNDCAKE Limit One with$5.00 or more Fancy Red Ripe
t Each 6ge Food Order TOMATOES 2 Lbs. 29c

12 OZ. CAN PREMLUNCHEON MIX OR MATCH 12 OZ.CAN VAN CAMP

I 1 MEAT 2 For 89 CORNED BEEF 2 For 89 1 I

1
ENERGY FLAGLER FOOD STORE
Northern Toilet
BLEACH _ ..,.BEST. '...' ..,,.MEATS, .,... P9 TISSUESRolu

1fa Gallon 1 & CENTRAL AVe
.
>
e
: Bottle :J' 250
\ Limit 2 Please QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD
w Limit 6 Please
RESERVED THURS. FRI. SAT. APRIL 4.5.6
;- ....

,
--..
-
--



-_. ---- -- .-.-.... - -- ... ., ;::-- :::- .1, :.'. ..':


I l

Thursday, April 4, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE.! SEVEN

__.._ .. .
H ---- --= .. .. '- ---,..--
PINETTES MEET Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were
Idlewood Club'sCherry
I WITH MRS. CREWS guests of Mrs. H. C. Miller In t

Dayton. Beech during the past
Mrs. Joan Crews was hostess Blossom
weekend.
,o members of the Pinette Club

Monday night. After enjoyinga Fashion ShowThe
-LOCALS Recent visitor with Mrs. J. C.
steak supper the group played
cards. Hall, Sr., was her sister In law, Cherry Blossom Fashion

Those present were Joan Pea. Mrs. George Hall of Cambridge, Show, sponsored by the Idle-
Ohio., who is spending the win
vy, Pat Cowart, Margie Kinney, wood Club at the Bunnell High
MRS. ROSA DURRANCE JOHNSON RODGERS and Carol Jean Atkinson. ter In DeLand. School Gym Friday night, featured

HONORED ON 80th WEDDING DATEANNOUNCED what the well dressed
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMrs. i Carol Rodgers of Tampa visit chaperone will be wearing at
ed here with his parents, Mr. the
Blossom
I II Cherry Festival this
House of
Mr. and Mrs.
Rosa Durrance was hon The Raiford Road Church of guests, and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers, during weekend. Also featured In the
H. F. Wray his sister Mrs. '
ored March 30th ,ait a surprise Christ of Macclenny will be the I Jarson Garrell are and her son, in 'he past weekend. show were casual, after-five, and
Birthday Dinner party at the setting on Thursday evening, for the June Bride and her at
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Daw- April 25, for the wedding of Miss law and daughter, Mr.,and Mrs. Ruben ,son of Mr. and tendants.The .

.son, Colony Park. Patsy Geneva Johnson and Mr. Kembreck Brock and little Mrs. K. L. Cole, Is a patient In ,
daughter, Cindy, of Wrlghtsville, i iI fashions were furnishedby
James Herbert Rodgers. Rev.D. the Halifax Hospital In Daytona
North Carolina. Colony Casuals of Daytona
Mrs. Durrance's nine children Beach.
L. Griffis will perform the
were hosts for the party in celebration I at 8 o'clock. Beach with Genie Hodges as
ceremony I commentator. Music was furnished .
of her 80th birthday an Mrs. Norma Gonders of Orlando
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry by the Hi-Tones of the
Guests included
attending
niversary. visited with Mrs. J. C. Hall,
her children, grandchildren Following the ceremony a reception I Atkinson during the weekendwere .1 Sr. Bunnell Band. Walter Morris
Sunday. '
and greatgrandchildren.The will be held at the home I I Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson and Mrs. Russell Improta were
of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Leslie and two children of Atlanta. soloists. Accompanying Mrs.
dinner was served buffet 1 1I s I BOOK STUDY
style. I Croft. They flew down In their private And Improta was Ted Weber at the
plane. Mrs. Anderson will be piano.
No invitations are being sent SPRING LUNCHEONThe i I
Mrs, Durrance was born March I remembered as the former Pen Minnie Deen, daughter of Mr.
but all friends and relatives
are
30, 1883, in Bostwick, Florida. / ny Bardltzky of Flagler Beach. Weman s Society of Chris. : and Mrs. Curtis Deen, gave a
invited to the wedding and re
She was married to the late Arthur I tian Service held a book study : special tap number for the occasion

Durrance June 4, 1899, and ception. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleldler, and luncheon at the Methodist 'v,

moved to Espanola to reside. The bride-elect Is the daughter (. newlyweds of LaGrange Park, Church Wednesday. Spring flowers" for the stage

Since that time she has resided of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ill., visited with Mr. :and Mrs. Deginnlnj at 9:30: there setting and flowers for the bride

in Flagler County and I Johnson of Jacksonville The I Walter Creal recently. They were was a study o{ the book and her attendants were furnished

raised a large family. bridegroom is the son of Mr. and married in LaGrange on March "Dimensions of Prayer" by Doug. by Black's Flower Shop.

I Mrs. J. C. Rodgers of Bunnell.Mr. I 117 and were enroute to Nassau las V. Steere. The morning pro Forming the background for the

.or a honeymoon.Mrs. gram will Include singing and setting were Cherry Blossoms,

Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. a playlet, "Come By Here," as depictIng the Fashion Show

Walter Creal were Dr. and Mrs.A. and Mrs. Keith Evans of well as the study of the book theme. Rhea's Beauty Shop of

G. Francel of LaGrange, Ill Riverside, Ill., visited with Mr. I S. H, Cameron_ returned and will end at 12 Flagler Beach provided the hair

They visited with the Creals en ,and Mrs. Walter Creal enroute I i home Monday afternoon from A spring luncheon was servedat styles, and the tickets were furnished .

route and returning from a ,vacation to Naples where they are spending I( Orlando there she visited with noon In the educational by Brannam's Food.
in Nassau. 'i i their vacation. friends during the week. building following the study. Members of the Idlewood Club
This was sponsored by the '
and Band Parents were models.
. .. s
-----
.. Woman's Society of Christian Serving as ushers were Gary
.. ,
II :...' : "" "' Service with Flagler Beach Wom Watson and Robert McDalel.

, an's Society as ''special guests. Half of the proceeds from the

: ) show were given to the Band for
;; J
t
{ '
,. CARD OF THANKSI their Cherry Blossom Festival
. :f., ''Jr'j would like to thank
\ : my trip to Washington. The Club
j ' thoughtful friends for the flowers will use their part of the pro.

I .. cards, and visits during my ceeds on their youth projects. /,-
\ ,,./, illness in the hospital and at
home. Your kindness Is
appreciated
;.t'; Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
:1.1 \ very much. $2.50 per Year In Advance
'
Wilfred Hunter.
( -_._-
'f'l. ** *s +sn I
"

ft' I n- .Ai",.l)f,+.dbiWltCr. -' ; 4I i ; NOW ARRIVING AT j 'r t\'. ,f'BLACK'S h '


< <, < t j', ',
"
FLOWER SHOP
., .: j
0
POTTED EASTER PLANTS j

V
,' ", ; LILLIES HYDRANGEAS AZALEAS )
:, "
\""' ROSES GARDENIAS \

Ij :
j\; MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY

-. .-.. .-.. .-.. --... -. ---- _ 0
- - - - - - -

,
I,." '


i

', :t'"I..''f". "! EI "




p


now. has switched ............. ,.,, ...-
. ; kf



to /flajp /p'.c ELECTRIC I in Florida! t f ft


4 ,.
-
In the "cooking events" at this year's MRS. AMERICA national con.. it r yf
; test'all 51 finalists will use flameless electric ranges. Contestants will

V:,:" represent 50 states and the District of Columbia. . Coronation night,' rJ

April 27. . at Golden Gate Hotel Auditorium, 194th St. and Collins

,":rlt Avenue, Miami Beach.

,::;e1 In switching to Electric Ranges exclusively, the "Nation's Most Outstanding ,
::4 Homemakers" are doing what more than a million Florida IN FLORIDA

..,! families have already done. Because "flamelesa electric"means CLEANER t

COOLER, FASTER, SAFER..and CHEAPER, too. BEFIT IS A NATURAL ,

"Flameless" is the BIG DIFFERENCE! No flame, no fumes, no con- Brewed lowly, by a centuries-old natural protest, beer It

stant-burning pilot light. Best today.. tomorrow the only way. See Florida' traditional' beverage of moderation- light, spark- ,

the new electric ranges at your appliance dealer. a....b ling, delicious.

UrtL JwinC MC ft And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud of the mll-
lions of dollar it contribute to Florida'' economy. Florida's

S brewer, 101 beer wholesalers, and 17,000 beer retailers

..lameles.4 LI 2 employ' more than 08,000 person with an annual payroll of
155000000. Money made In Florida, spent In Florida. 'In f
CHEAPER, TOO r Florida, beer belong. .enjoy It.


FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY t:1\: UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

HCLPIN9ITS QUILD FLORIDA W
.e FLORIDA DIVISION
I.
r.



.......
"'

k ',. F'II"! -

f .:j.'i: '>,.:t... '"" ,""lii1ti! :," ..
... t.. ... lJ/'J.. Ni.lL"" ",' '-9xtyr: -
>"'lirA._ 1S'lf.oi,. ..
------ ---- -- . -..-. ... .



11





BIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 4, 1963
t .. .
- --- -- - --- -
- -- -- --- --------
I --- -
1 1I I Clubs of America, minimum an THE! BOOK NOOKHEIDI I -THE SMELL OF GAIN" '
nual dues-of 1 per cent its total I Juvenal, a Roman lawyer and
j'I SPQNO'Tms.ES operating budget exclusive of" satirist who lived from about I Community

the operation of camps and the I By Johanna Spyri A. D. 60 to 140, once wrote these Memorial Churcht.terde..rlaatleaal
direct cost of raising money. This story about a little girl cutting words concerning theEmpire's
I named Heidi is very heart lax attitude toward
(Continued from Page 2> [warming and also very true to corruption in trade:: "ThInk not AIR CONDITIONED
limits the use by boys.It Bun+iell ebfyH. life. Heidi! was a little girl who.I that any distinction can be Daytona A...
shall have sufficient floor I I t had no parents. One day her i iI drawn between perfumery and FLAGLER BEACH
'area and room spaces, suitably School fteu aunt took her way up in the I leather: The smell of gain Is Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
equipped, for carrying on a diversified mountains to live with her good from any source." Church Service 11:00: A. M.
and constructive program I Caroline Clifton School Editor I I grandfather, who everyone
a w. DICKERT. Putor
of activities. I BETA CLUB-The Beta Club thought to be a hermit. -- --- - -- - -
10. Extent of Operation The met on April 1, 1963. The new Heidi loved to live with her EVERYONB WELCOMErYW5t1.WtiM1tiWti'w'
HASTINGS MATTRESS
clubhouse or club quarters shall members received their pins I grandfather. She would play II I
I be open and activities available and certificates.All with the old goats and would., & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
I to Club members at least eight the club members will run like the breeze through the I i 710-12 Lemon St. O. F. ALFORD

months In the year, three days meet on Saturday, April 20, to I green pastures each and every Palatka, Florida Registered
1 per week, and two and one halt clean and paint the stage.A day. One day Heidi's aunt came Phone EA 5-9166
I'I'I
j hours per day. nominating committee was I to take her away, but something Furniture. Upholstering Real Estate Broker

\ \I .Al., Members: It shall have at appointed to decide next year's i unexpected happened. Won't I I Hundreds Repaired of& Patterns Refinished: to I BunnelL Florida
I least fifty boy members enrolled I you please come to our library Choose from.
I in any twelve months period. officers.Carol Hosklns Reporter. I and read the outcome? I Mattresses & Box Springs
I Boys from eight to fifteen years I II Library Assistant I II i I Made to Order.Also Renovated I r
I PAL PARKER'S. INC.
J of age shall be eligible to mem I Mary Brown. I I PRICES REASONABLE. '
shall I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. I Automotive Specialty Center
.I bership. This provision I
NEW ENROLLMENT Jack _
Just
as near as your *AKE M RELINED flS.MS
not be construed, however, to I Wetherington has enrolled at I GANGABY I Phone or Post Office PARTS AND LABOR
limit the membership to boys of Bunnell High from St. Augus John A. Vaughn j Drop Us A Card or Call I II -tUO-CIIRVnOLBT-PLYMOXTU OTIIBR $1555

these ages. tine High. This is a true story of a 11'j''I Free Pick-up & Delivery I :40 Mason Ave. Daytona
Boys shall be admitted to David Lee Smith and Vicki I year-old American and his
membership regardless of their Ann Smith have enrolled In ardous: adventure in discoveringa I -
religious affiliations. grades 3 and 5B. They come to I "lost" island while exploring I

I All members shall be eligible our school from the Jackson an upper tributary of the Ama I 24 HourWrecker
I to all activities of the Club subject Park Elementary School In Kan- zon. This book is true to life I'! Service
II to age classifications and napolis' N. C.SOPHOMORE. adventure that each and every
J student and reader should read.
necessary individual restrictions. I !
j I Membership fees shall be CLASS-Achievement '! Brice Library Hosford.Assistant Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
'' :
within the means of the boys tests were given on April'
f I i
within the area served. Fees 2 and 3, to grades 7, 8, and MASSEY-FERGUSON
shall not be so large as to exclude 10 during the first three periods.Here's NEW ZELAND1 SMALL BIRD I
I The smallest bird In New Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
needy boys from member. something to think about: I
ship. Why? The more you study; the Zeland bears the militant nameof I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

12. The Open Door The club. more you know; the more you I rifleman. Only three Inches Owner Bunnell, Florida ,
house or club quarters shall be know; the more you can for-1 I long, the rifleman is a poor flyer I I .
Ji vaua ole tor the use of, and get; the more you can forget; and it prefers climbing trees
activity shall be provided for, the, fore you forget; the less you i !to flying to the top. The rifleman i
all and any members in all the know; so why study? (Copyright j I! is distinguished by a feeble
days and hours the clubhouseor ). chirping "zee-zee-zee," accompanied CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

club quarters are open, ex Mary Pache, Reporter. I by quivering of wings.
cepting for such limitations as LIBRARY CLUB-The Library f! H. CRAIG Funeral DLector

may be desirable for various age Club elected Tommy Kahlert to I I JOHN HARDIN. Associate
groups. attend F. S. U.'s work shop from : TOO DANGEROUS FOR CAT I; AIR
13. Programs It shall main. June 23 through 28, 1963. Tom Charles A. Lindbergh refused LADY OXYGEN
italn a satisfactory program of my will represent our Bunnell : to take his mascot, a pet kitten I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
diversified activities. There shall High School Library Club, and named "Patsy," on his pioneering ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
be no Instruction in or promo. all expense will be paid by the transatlantic flight In 1927
tion of any sectarian or partisan club. He will study important because he felt it would be "too Phone ID 7.3532
belief. of the dangerous a Journey to risk the
political topics library system. I 201 E. MOODY. BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Marsha Durrance, Reporter. cafs life." .
14. Safety and Cleanliness -
The clubhouse or club quarters
shall be maintained In a satisfactory + '..vr
state of cleanliness and Here+ come blgcjer potato profits I

sanitation; shall comply with
state laws and local ordinancesfor c?
protection and safety, and +
> '''' MNNINMNNMMwIIMiM 1
shall be adequately heated and .

lighted. :.
15. Business and Fnlanclal Af '
fairs: It shall conduct Its business .
and financial affairs in accordance
with high ethical

standards.It .

shall maintain satisfactory _ _
financial records, adequate safeguarding .
of funds, and shall 4ti 1
cause an audit of Its financial s '
accounts to be made at least annually .
by a qualified accountant .

16. Records and Reports It
shall keep satisfactory recordsof
1 Its members, activities, pro
gragram and attendance.It .
shall render a report an When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate"clings to leaves, resist washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.

nually of its organization, ac.

tivities to Boys', attendance Clubs of America.and finances Spray Du Pont Manzate<< to control blightsmaneb

17. Dues: It shall pay mem fungicide

L bership dues annually to Boys' assure top yields of No. 1's
. .
Clubs of America In the amount ,_...
"
fixed by the National Council. ;.J:! .'
1; Any Associate Member Oa.-ch.mlcal blight c.ntrol-a spray program with "Manzata" '
resign from Boys' Clubs of may America maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. Y:'r .

upon written notice addressed Better yield. quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as .,.- .r r
to the Secretary of the much as 40 bushels per acre . gives you more+1's, and naturally ,
Corporation. increases profits, as proved by growers In all major producing areas. ..; p i-

i Whenever in the Judgment of Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mUd on plants.It can be ,1.'}, .
l t. "
the Board of Directors or Executive usedonpotatoesrlghtuptoharvesttime..won'tstuntplantgrowth. "'
Committee of the Corporation Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to :',
any Associate Member does mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticide ,
not meet the conditions and requirements and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays. .;.{'
etsablished herein, "Manzate" has been :'
Saves trouble- thoroughly proved over the ; '
the Board of Directors or Execu years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy _;:,
tlve Committee may cancel the handling. r rOn
Associate Member's membershipby "
'
notice in writing to each Associate aU thrmicati,follow labeling inttnutiont( and vaningt eartfvSy. . ,;:


bership.Membership Member Dues and Each withdraw Mem Each acre you spray with "Maniate" can C[{} POND MANZATE ,:! '

ber Organization, Associate yield bushel more ofll'a like then. Field ."...I..U.& maneb fungicjdet :
Member, and Provisional Member application of"Mansate" protect your crop THINGS POI IfTTH LIVING
shall pay annually to Boys',, from late blight tuber rot t ...fHI/OUCH/ ,HMST"PAGE





.- ......._ '- ..- ..

;;.. '



I
Thursday, April 4, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
__ .. .
._ ._:
'" -'-
V
U. S. CHOICE

CHICK

ROASTS ,
4

Ib:45 .....
E A r
M wY. r
"FRESHLY GROUND"HAMBURGER

I B 3 Ibs. $100


I A 4 U. S. CHOICE

fl I BONELESS BEEF *
lb
I ROAST 69

:: I Iu
.. B
.-... isIS ARMOUR STAR (4-6 Lb. Avg.)
-..
IW BAKING LB. ""
.JII"t-.:. 1

-Ii'n w HENS

= :-oJ
Large Size Regular Size Large Size 1 Lb. Box LEAN MEATY
R, TIDE COMET MR. CLEAN SPICand33c I "
'lOc SPAN if ',- PORK 39'

I.*.... Limit 2 Please 39C 29c e ',,L j STEAKS lb.
930M4W+wwr.-..-.-.-_-.rw.._w.iC--.w--- ..w.i.iA---..-w.r---_-+wrrVVMb4--" -, ---.-.ter..-.wrera._..--_-_-we-_--r..l

MUELLER'S ELBO 8 OZ. PKG.
FRESH FISH"IAILY"

MACARONI EACH 10 1 --

LIMIT TWO PLEASE MULLET
GOLD MEDAL (Plain or Self-Rising) ts TROUT
11 FLOUNDER

FLOUR V 5 Bag g 38' t2Y blBASSDRUMSWIFT'S 11 OZ. TUMBLER

Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order
PINT SIZE 24 OZ. CAN Peanut Butter 29'

BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE 29 390 Limit Two r PleaseMii '


PRODliC!
cmd GREEN GIANT .

-M FROZEN FOODS With Butter Sauce FANCY Pound
OKRA 29c

FRESH
NIBLETS CORN 10 Oz. PEAS ,:( Pound
3 BLACKEYE ''' fge
BABY GREEN PEAS 'kgs
'
CALIFORNIA SUNKIST
MEXICORN r LEMONS .., '.:! Dozen 3ge
KITCHEN SLICED. BEANS $ 0 0 FANCY LARGETOMATOES :
Pound
BABY LIMA BEANS V ,V"" :lge
BROCCOLI SPEARS V FRESH FLORIDA ,

BRUSSEL SPROUTS V V CORN 5Ears29c.
mmnmmnnnnnm. -- ____ ____ ..-..... 1"9'... T'11"_-iF.- ....".'".V- _".

1 100 -.50- i


FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSWith GIFT BOND STAMPS ;

purchase of 2 or more Plastic With Purchase of 1 Carton I
Candy Stripe Coffee Mugs, KING, SIZE SPRITE
Soup Bowls or Tumblers (Plus Deposit) and this coupon
Coupon Void After April 7, 1963 AND THIS COUPON Coupon void after April---7_,.196.-
--- -- ---------- -
I


EXTRA 1 00


Coupon void II'
GIFT BONDafter

April 7, 1963 STAMPSWith
r '''''' Phoao 437.3227
:rOPEN SUNDAYS ''IIIIIUffilfflMIIIII11111
$5.00 or more Food
Y SIS! 8:00 a.nu-1:00 p.m. U.S.No. 1 BUNNELL
Order and This Coupon f* QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD APRIL 4, 5, 6, 7, 1963



.-...



-" ''' ..- ..
_
... ' "'
: '. "
<. ,' . .
'''
' '' u

I

: I
II I


PAGE TENPhone THE FLAGLEK. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 4, 1963 I I II
-
--
---
mission- under which calls can I'and Florida, the last two strong eagle received legal protection and returns annually to Its huge !

Company I II be placed to anywhere In the holds of the bald eagle, Indicate In all the existing states. I nest A nest in Ohio was used
continental United States for $1 that DDT poisons fish which, in I All-American Bird for 35 years, weighed two tons.

Announces New or less. The nation-wide plan turn, can proison or produce I Eagle fanciers maintain that lOne house-proud eagle furnish.
I becomes effective April 4. sterility in fish-eating eagles. 'the bald eagle is a most appro- its eyrie with scavenged
I Low Night Rates I 1 I Revered in Image and priate American emblem. It is j light bulbs, spark plugs, candles,
cuted in life: This Is the perse'l native North I sheets, magazines, and a family
to America
Southern Bell Telephone customers Cattlemen Show I I rarely
In Florida can now call dox of the American ventures outside the United j photograph in a heavy frame.

any point In the state for $.65 At Ona TomorrowFlorida 1 eagle. States except to friendly Canada.

or less after 9 P.M. will The bald eagle wasn't even |I Strong and swift, the eagle is I SUNSHINY PUERTO RICO
cattlemen migrate
The new rates, which went I'O Ona, April 5, for the 16th Annual -i popular with all the country's !I as majestic as any bird aloft I In Puerto Rico, the sun shines

Into effect April 1, 1963, for Injstaje Field Day, Dr. J. R. Beck founding fathers. It took the|'! Though a bird of prey, "Baldy"is 360 days a year. Temperaturesaverage
distance calls, apply I Continental Congress three commlttees j thanasparrow. 76 dagrees Fahrenheit,
Jong enbach, director of the Florida i !I' scarcely more rapacious
,It:t.:,.three-minute statlon-to-statlon I Agricultural Experiment Staton, and a dozen years to I ': It lives mainly on with only a six degree Variation
Tails between the hours of 9 has announced. decide on an appropriate national fish and has such good eyes that between winter and summer, the

\ V! P. M. and 4:30: A. M. dally, said I More than 1,000 head of Brahman symbol. Ben Franklin from three miles up it can spota National Geographic Magazine
Buck Moore, Southern Bell District I led the dissidents, callingthe dead one floating on a lake. i says. The island's climate at.
I Manager in this area. In Shorthorns, Charolais and bald eagle a "coward, robber, The bald eagle mates for life tracts 400,000 visitors a year.
proportionate reduc Angus cattle will be on hand and of bad moral chara er." He
i addition/ for the cattlemen to observe at
tions In charges for additional preferred the wild turkey. II .
minutes of conversation will also the Range Cattle Station, whichIs The United States Government FOR I
a unit of the University ofFlorida's I from 1917 ,to 1952 paid huntersin
In effect.
be
: PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
I AgrlculMral Experiment Alaska a bounty to kill the
The reduction in charges on
calls made within Florida has I Stations. bald eagle as a pernicious pred CANCER
According to Dr. W. G. Kirk, ator. More than 100,000 .were
been approved by the, Florida vice-director in charge of the slaughtered. !I AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES
Railroad and Public Utilities I
station, factors affecting pasture 1940 158'
I It was not until ,
Commission. H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
maintenance and production of years after It had been honored j
said, "The new rates I'I'I ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida I I1IIII1J
Moore beef will be stressed during this by the Congress, that the bald

will l make it possible for customers i I year's field day. I _._ _.,_ ., family ---------
realize savings on I - --- ---------
to The field day will open at 9:30A. :
i and social type stationtostation -i M. with tours to see the cat
calls made after 9 P. M. !
tIe and pastures at the Range
and will encourage use of the Cattle Station.

I facilities during off-peak ; Speakers for the day will in

A similar plan for hOUrS'j elude W. D. Roberts, vice-prresstt" ESCAPE ARTIST
station-to-statlon calls dent of the State Cattlemen's
Pj'M. has been approved by the Association; Doyle E. Carlton,

Federal Communications. Com- Jr., Hardee County cattleman, I If you'd like to escape everything but pure enchant

Wauchula; Dr H. H. Wllkowske, ment, try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport
CLASSIFIEDADS assistant director of the Agricultural equipment.' Special instrument cluster. Front bucket
Experiment Stations, Distinctive
seats. All-vinylinteri9f. SS identification
I Gainesville; and James E. Brog-J 9fUPER SPORT
I Full wheel disks. Choice of three-speed shift or floor
don with the
entomologist Agricultural
I Extension Service at Y. mounted Powerglide automatic with sporty range
selector console.All .
....... I Gainesville.
LUtlar coder thU an
I ftmtm *tr word _ch lancrtUB, I Range Cattle Station scientists I this plus Chevy II standard features: flush-arid-
n "at. U mlBln.Bt chare that
reporting research, findings during dry ventilating system helps remove rust-causing
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex 'I. the field day will include elements from rocker panels; battery-easing Delcotron...

apartment, screen porch. i Dr. E. M. Hodges, F. M. Peacock generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes; longer
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf I Dr. J. E. McCaleb and Dr. C. L. lasting exhaust system;styling'fresh: as morning coffee,

-FOR SALE--28'x 8' House Trailer Dantzman. poured into a rugged Body by Fisher-and more.

good condition. Phone HE 9- Dinner will be served by the CHEVY D You'll find two can live as cheaply as one-when
4 2125 or contact Cecil Westbrook.! Hardee County Cattlemen's Association \ ,they're living it up in a new Chevy IIoptioniutntn! rat
at a small charge.
April 4tp

II VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS
United States
Experienced teacher In Bunnellon

Saturdays. For appointmentwrite Fights To Save
Gene Masters, 20 Central I

Ave., St. Augustine, Fla. Phone I :
11 VA 95607. 4.4.4tp The Bald EagleThe I i

A WATKINS ROUTE in this area United States is trying to j I YI
save the national emblem-the ;,
is open for semi.retired man, or 1
,
bald its )
eagle-by protecting
lady. Many semi-retired people
golden cousin.
earn $50.00 to $100.00 per week I
As of effort
part a three-way
depending on time devoted to I
by agencies Congress .
Route. Also have 1 full time government -
has passed a law protect.
Route open. Maybe you can
qualify. For personal interviewin ing all eagles. The bald eagle I T
has been sacrosanct since 1940,
your area, write J. H, Mc.
but It was often shot mistaken.
Clarity, Box 627, Willlston, Flor- IiITi
Ida. 3.14-3tc ly because it looks like the ,
more populous golden eagle. I

FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom I Both have large, dark-brown I
house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. bodies and I N
Back lot fenced in, $65 a month. :about six feet- | ,
*
Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 To spur public interest in the! ,
day and ID 7.3267 evenings. magnlfllcent bird's welfare, the i4 'knvwwmwl
March 7-5tc Post Office recently put a bald-
eagle design on airmail cards.
FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment To learn why the eagle popu

$40.00 per month. Call lation is dwindling, the Nation
Harris Appliance ID 73367. al Audubon Society and the Fish
March 14-tf and Wildlife Service
are conducting -

SEPTIC TANK: CLEANING at a five-year study.
reasonable prices. Call George More People Less Eagles :
Jarosz ID 73410. Once a king of the skies and 4,

1.24-7.25 common over the entire United
p.
States, the bald eagle now num-
WANTED-Bulk (L P. Gas) cus- bers less than 5,000, says the

tomers. Call Harris Appliance & National Geographic Society.The + as !
Gas. ID 7-3367 Bunnell, Florida. guns of hunters, spread.
Aug 30-tfc ing civilization and the widespread 4 1

of Insecticides have
FOR SALE-Two bedroom CBS use
L house In Hillcrest Large lot and taken the life and liberty of ,
bald
many eagles.
large garage, $7,500.00 HowardF.
Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler Eagles have a vicious reputation
Beach. Phone HE 92395. largely underserved.
Feb. 28-tf Hunters mistake them for
hawks. Farmers blame old
""' "Baldy" for missing chickensand

JOHNSTON'S I chop down his nesting tree. Chevy 11 NON 400 SS ConttrtibU abon Also anilabU at SS Cmpt. Super Sport equipment
Ft.AGLER BEACH REALTY CO. Egg collectors rob eyries. optional at txtra cost. Also a choir of 10 regular Chary//tIIOC la.

lars, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, The burgeoning populationhas NOW SEE WHATS NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

WATER FRONIV FARMS built roads, factories and I .. .,
,------------------ - NMNMNw---
ACREAGESee housing developments in places
ua lor TOUT real estate needs where the eagles formerly nest
Office Phone HE 9.2242 ed. Unfortunately, both people
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 and eagles being fish eaters, HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANYTELEPHONE

or ID 7-3517 prefer shorefront property.

I Audubon studies In Alaska ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA



'
i _op: ', ,. . ..... . .......



--- ------.----- -------
''.II'1MII'OO" '.FIf,.,'_ r ,...,:.." .1; :..,;: 'Y: '"; '1""T1t"1r'J. -:1'\1IIIIIIt\ ". ,;- o'1'fl ., ...., n' r 'r -

, ..r .t;" '. '!' "f lti"'i\v'ilt\i: : )lJlfr" rh...... '..f.. ''vi' '.
'



'( I .


PAGE TEN THE FLAGLEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, April 4, 1963

\ 'r"__ -- -
\ -mission- under which calls can I and Florida, the last two strong. !I I eagle received legal protection and returns annually to Its huge

; : '; Phone Company be placed to anywhere In the holds of the bald eagle, indicate in all the existing states. I nest. A nest in Ohio was used
continental United States for $1 that DDT poisons fish which, In I I AU-Aznericon Bird for 35 years, weighed two tons.

; Announces New or less. The nation-wide plan turn, can proison or produce I i Eagle fanciers maintain that One house-proud eagle furnish.ed .

becomes effective April 4. I sterility in fish-eating eagles. the bald eagle Is a most appropriate its eyrie with scavenged
Low Night Rates I I Revered in image and perse I II i American emblem. It Is light bulbs, spark plugs, candles,
I cuted in life: This Is the para I sheets, magazines, and a family
North America
Southern Bell Telephone Customers I Cattlemen Show I I i I native to rarely
In Florida can now call dox of the American Bald ventures outside the United I photograph In a heavy frame.

any point In the state for $.63 At Ona TomorrowFlorida eagle. States except ,to friendly Canada. .

or less after 9 P. M. I The bald eagle wasn't even i I I Strong and swift, the eagle Is I SUN-SHINT PUERTO RICO
cattlemen will migrate: as majestic as bird aloft
with all the country'sfounding I I any .
went popular In Puerto Rico
the shines
which sun
The new rates,
"''o Ona, April 5, for the 16th Annual i
Into effect April 1, 1963, for In- Field Day, Dr. J. R. Beck- fathers. It took the i'j Though a bird of prey, "Baldy" 360 days a year. Temperatures
to long distance calls, apply enbach director of the Florida Continental Congress three committees j lis scarcely more rapacious than average 76 dagrees Fahrenheit,
:
t. ree-minute station.to-station Agricultural. Experiment Staten, and a dozen yearS to I a'r sparrow. It lives mainly on with only a six-degree variation
ails between the hours of 9'' has announced. decide on an appropriate national : fish and has such good eyes that between winter and summer, the

P.M. and 4:30: A. M. daily, said'I symbol. Ben Franklin : from three miles up It can spota National Geographic Magazine
of Brahman I
More than 1,000 head
Buck Moore, Southern Bell District I led the dissidents, calling the dead one floating on a lake. i says. The island's climate at-
Manager In this area. In I Shorthorns, Charolals and bald eagle a "coward, robber The bald eagle mates for life tracts 400,000 visitors a year.
J reductions Angus cattle will be on hand and of bad moral character." He
addition In, charges proportionate for additional for the cattlemen to observe at preferred the wild turkey. :I II

minutes of conversation will al. the Range Cattle Station, whichIs The United States Government FOR' I
.a unit of the University of I from 1917 ,to 1952 paid huntersin II III
I I j s'd: be in effect. Florida's Agricultural Experiment Alaska a bounty to kill the PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
I t : 'S 1 The reduction In charges on Stations.
'
within Florida has bald eagle as a pernicious pred i CANCER
made
I calls
I I According to Dr. W. G. Kirk, ator. More than 100,000 ,were
I' been approved by :the, Florida vice-director In charge of the' slaughtered.It I. AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.

I \ Railroad and Public Utilities I station, factors affecting pasture, was not until 1940, 158
T. COOK AGENCY
\ Commission. .
maintenance and of'
production
years after it had been honored :
I;. Moore said, "Th- new rates this j I Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida I
beef will be stressed during by the Congress, that the bald

> will make Jt possible for custom. year's field day. I ... ....'......."" -"" ---'
r;;: eis to realize savings on family The field day will open at '9:30: I II ... -----------

t l and social type station-to-star I A. M. with tours to see the cattle

,i r,: don calls made after 9 P.M. I and pastures at the Range!
I and will encourage use of the Cattle Station.

facilities during off-peak hours. Speakers for the day wlll yin '

F..' t A similar plan for reduced elude W. D. Roberts, vicepresl ESCAPE ARTIST
01"" .
station station calls after 9 dent of the State Cattlemen's

't P.M. has been approved by the Association; Doyle E. Carlton,

.I'' I :, ; Federal Communications Com- Jr., Hardee County cattleman, If you'd like tb escape everything but pure enchant.

Wauchula; Dr. H. II. Wllkowske, ment,try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport

CLASSIFIEDADS assistant director of the Agricultural equipment' Special instrument cluster. Front bucket

Experiment Stations, seats. All-vinyl interior. Distinctive SS identification

Gainesville; and James E. Brog- I Full wheel disks. Choice of three-speed shift or floor
don, entomologist with the Ag
mounted Powerglide automatic with sporty range
ricultural Extension Service at
selector console.
LUtUn ..... tfcU k*>.1.. at* Gainesville. 0
this
All plus Chevy II standard features flush-arid
word each laaertloa, :
i eo.to per Range Cattle Station scientists
n coots U ..... ... chare. reporting research findings during dry ventilating system that helps remove rust-causing

FOR RENT Two bedroom duplex the field day will includeDr. elements from rocker panels; battery-easing Delcotron ," .

apartment, screen porch. E. M. Hodges, F. M. Peacock, generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes; longer
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf Dr. J. E. McCaleb and Dr. C. L. lasting exhaust system; styling"fresh: as morning coffee

- Dantzman. poured into a rugged Body by Fisher-and more.
Trail.
FOR SALE-28' xS' House
r er, good condition. Phone HE 9- Dinner will be served by the CHEVY You'll find two can live as cheaply as one-when

2125 or contact Cecil Westbrook. Hardee County Cattlemen's Association they're living it up in a new Chevy II!*optionii at..tn COlt.I .
at a small charge.
April 4tp
,;

VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS I
United States
Experienced teacher In Bunnell I

/,6n Saturdays.Gene Masters For ,appointmentwrite 20 Central Fights To Save I i 1i! ; BI Itr

I/ Ave.VA 5607., St. Augustine. Fla. 4.4.4tp Phone The Bald EagleThe I "

I i: j ji United States is trying to j
i A WATKINS ROUTE In this area t
save the national emblem-the
Is open for semi-retired man, or I
bald eagle-by protecting its I
lady. Many semI.retired people :
golden cousin.
earn $50.00 to $100.00 per week j
As part of a three-way effort ]
depending on time devoted to I
by government agencies Congress -
\ Route. Also have 1 full time I'
has passed a law '
+
Route open. Maybe you can
: ing all eagles. The -
qualify. For personal interview protect'I' !
I (, has been sacrosanct : ;
1 in your area, write J. H. Me-
I but it was often shot
:. Garity, Box 627, Williston, Flor-
I ly because It looks like the I t
ida. 3.14-3tc w,
I more populous golden eagle.

I FOR SALE or RENT-2 bedroom I Both have large, dark-brown I
\ house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. bodies and a wingspread of I
Back lot fenced In, $65 a month. about six feet. ,
Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 To spur public Interest In the'!
I day and ID 7.3267 evenings. magnificent bird's welfare, the I

March 7-5tc Post Office recently put a bald-
eagle design on airmail cards. j
IFOR
RENT-Furnished Apart.
To learn why the eagle population
ment $40.00 per month. Call is dwindling, 'the Nation.

... Harris Appliance ID 73367. al Audubon Society and the Fish
March 14-tf and Wildlife Service are con-
I
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at ducting a flve-year study.

I.., reasonable prices. Call George More People Less Eagles

Jarosz, ID 73410. Once a king of the skies and ---
1247.25 p. common over the entire United j -
1 States, the bald eagle now num.bers

WANTED-Bulk L.P. Gas) cus- less than 5,000, says the I
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & National Geographic Society.The I

Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. guns of hunters, spread. I
t Aug 30-tfc ing civilization, and ''the widespread I J'i

of insecticides have
use :
FOR SALE-Two bedroom CBS I
taken the life and of
liberty
I
house In Hillcrest Large lot and I
large garage, $7,500.00 HowardF. many bald eagles. :
Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler Eagles have a vicious repu
Beach. Phone HE 92395. tation, largely underserved.
Hunters mistake them for
Feb. 28-tf I
hawks. Farmers blame old I
WdWW "Baldy" for missing chickens '

JOHNSTON'S I and chop down his nesting tree. 'I Chevy II Nova 400 SS Convertible aOO .. Alto ataibbb at SS Coupe. Super Sport equipment

t I F1.AGLER BEACH REALTY CO. Egg collectors rob eyries. I optional at extra cost. Also a chout oftO regular Chevy It models.

J 1-OTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, The burgeoning population I NOW SEE WHAT NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

I \ WATER FRONT,' FARMS has built roads, factories and I I ....-__--____-_-_-n-_____-_____--------- --- __-__--_-_-___-__-_-_-_-__-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-__-_-__-__-____-____-__-___-__-__-__-_-_------------
I ACREAGE housing developments In places I I

See u for your real estate ned where the eagles formerly nest ;
Office Phone HE 9.2242 ed. Unfortunately both peopleand i

II Residence Phones ID 7-3691 eagles being fish eaters,,I HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANYTELEPHONE

or ID 7-3517 prefer shore-front property. '
l 1 Audubon studies In Alaska ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA

lI.I. "


I

... \ ,



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs