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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 11, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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r 1 VOLUME 51, NO. 14 ____ ___ BUNNELL, FLORIDA_, THURSDAY._APRIL _11, 1963 _. $_2.50 A YEAR
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::r Cracker Day I Llvewi I and Comment Father Daughter I i New Bunnell Postoffie Dedication I

II (By Eula Fuller)
- I Honored by Band
Date Set ForNovember Scheduled For Afternoon 21
r April
Mrs. 'J. B. High received a let. ,
I I from her B. .
ter yesterday son, J. Iin Washington -- 0I
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2nd High, Jr. in Washington, telling I
i i The New Bunnell Postofflce
l l of his visit with the Band and I! During the Cherry Blossom
: will be dedicated April 21 at
The Board of Directors the II I Festival in Washington Band. I Band :

I Flagler County Cattlemen's Association '.I Chaperones day stay in Washington during their for two.the I Ii I master Walter Morris presented J.ip announced 2 P. M., Postmaster today. Postal Ray Mercer Representative .

i have selected November i I William (Bill Vaughan and his
I Cherry Blossom Festival. He I Leonard Manley of Orlando will
for the Annual charming little ten -old (By Moody)
2, 1963, -year
said "I had wonderful time
a
v' I make the dedication address.
Cracker Day and Barbeque, Association I daughter Elizabeth, with certificates
I seeing them and of course I saw I The Bunnell High School Band Congressman R. D., (Billy)
Secretary Howard Taylor I them "all," won't even try to I II making them honorary I I members and chaperones left:I I Matthews has accepted the invitation
said !today. I list all the It I I members of the Bunnell School's here Thursday morning: at 3:30 I
names. was quitea to attend the ceremony
;, ...., Committees will be named later happy occasion for me." i I "Biggest Little Band in Dixie." I I in buses and cars to entrain in i iI I i and it is expected that several
Association President Elizabeth is student at the
a
by I I Palatka to take the 88 band
1ft J. B. is a graduate of Bunnell j I I others, Including State Senator
Alfred Tucker to make plansfor I I St. Agnes Episcopal Girls School II
members and chaperones to
High School and 'is now a research : I Verle A. Pope and State Representative
the racing events, contests, scientist at the Pentagon.He 'I In Alexandria Virginia. Washington to the Cherry Blossom :I'' Billy Wadsworth, will
and other features of Mr. and Bandmaster
barbeque, Vaughan
Festival. The was I
returned last fall from group
I an I be present for the occasion.
a" ,
' entertainment the Morris were childhood friends
ff, day. I around-the-world trip on State enroute all day Thursday and Postmaster Mercer said tentative .
I and classmates in Glasgow, Ky. until 12:30 A. M. Friday. Headquarters .
Department business. In chatting I II I I program plans call for Jack j
I Vaughan has been In Washing
was at the Houston+ Ho.
with him about his trip, Clegg to serve as master of :
School Board ton for the 27 and
past years
while he was here for a visit tel.The I I ceremonies, and the Bunnell
that time he has servedas
with his mother, he remarked': during first tour Friday'
was i School Band to give several se I
Makes Press Aide to the late Vice
ChangeIn about his experiences and how I I morning to the Bureau of Engraving lections. Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., t
President Alben lie is
thrilling it was to be in a foreign Barkley and Printing Building.The of the First Methodist Church of :
I I now Keeper of the Records In
Bus Route
country and to feel that we are next thing was the Concerton ,Bunnell, and Rev. Thomas Pin t I
the Senate, and had contributed
A special School Board truly living in the Age of much help In making arrange. the Capitol steps on the Senate nero Jr., of the First Baptist I
America., i,i side. It was reported that Church have been invited to '
Meeting held Wednesday
{ morn. ments for the band trip to Wash.
ing to study the Bus transportation ington. the Bunnell Band was the first take part In the program.
problems which are facing I have heard of several reunions I, to play on the steps this year Following the ceremony, the

...- '. sy ,. the board. held during the Washington ,1/ and was the only band to playa building will be opened for inspection ;

I After a discussion of the: problems trip but one of the I most V: F.W Presents concert during the Cherry and light refreshments. .
thrilling I think was that of Blossom Festival. The concert will be served.Church ' 1
) Supt. 2. D. Holland made I ,.
Sharon Townsend ,Athletic Awards minutes with .
his recommendations which they meeting lasted about 30 '

accepted. This will enable the her father, Francis Cole, for the :I V. F W. Commander Dale B. the band performing with an ;

t; Board to solve many of the prob. first time. Sharon also met her I Brown said today the Post will "extra good" superior perform. OkeysParsonage
,
lems and still use the same grandmother, aunts and uncle, present the Trophies to High ance. Plan I
who were there for the reunion. I After the concert the band
number of buses. i School Students in a special

Beginning with the September I meeting Thursday night. The went on a tour of the Capitol.At I A Church Conference was held '

session of school the St. Johns I I Several farmers have started I meeting will be held in the Bun. the completion of the tour, at the First Methodist Church \

Park-Haw Creek bus route will harvesting their potatoes and I nell Civic Center at 8 o'clock. Mary Pache and Gloria Johns 'Bunn ll Sunday noon, follow. '
from what I see passing the win. ton taken to Sen. Spessard .
be divided. This will make Gene Elleson, defensive football were the worship service, for the i
shorter bus rides for students! dow on the way to the packing t coach of the University of',Holland's office to Join>) the,other\\Of of the Parsonage Build. \\1\\
house, they must have a bumper Florida bands for his TV
taped '
living in the St. Johns Park area. Florida will be present to make Committee plans,

JtJ. ,. At the Tuesday morning -_ r crop.-. y,, . ...,.... .;" ,1"***"*"""".4h e presentatior1 .r1">>s.t.glvesHh I show. This-week is Jl.to-be shown some The voruerenceselected_ ___ approvedthe '\ .... J:'
-'t.tP' Ume1tKls
'' ; I In Florida"
( 1 i two p) .
ing of the Board'rthcay acceptedthe football trophies and floor plans for the,new /
resignation' of Mrs. Emma' Have you reached the age : basketball trophies each year. The Friday afternoon tou parsonage which will be built i'
have to write', note to was the Tomb of the Unknown .
you a. remind In football at the
third Trophies are presented
Kulp, grade teacher ,of the on church property on cannet
Flagler Beach School. They ap yourself of an engagement tothe most valuable line. Soldier, Mount Vernon, of Live Oak Ave. and CherrySt.

pointed Mrs. Laura Reynolds to two hours hence? man, most valuable backfield, Washington Monument Jefferson The property was willed to ,

fill her unexpired term. II ,,and most improved player. Memorial, the White House, the Church by the late/ Rev.

Also received the resignation I Mrs. Mercer :I'I In basketball they will givea Library of Congress and the National Stoker who was a retired Methodist I

: of Andrea Springer as finance trophy to the most valuable Archives. Minister who wintered in -

t officer also Mary Harding and I Named To player on both the boys and Saturday was !the day of the Bunnell for many years and
Parade and it beautiful
Stella Moody resigned as bus the girls teams. I' was a was active in the Church.

t :, drivers to 6e effective at the end O. E. S. PostMrs. Light refreshments will be day for the parade. I noticed The plans for the parsonagecall

of school. served after the meeting Mr. some sunburned faces after the for a four bedroom, two

Celia Joyce Emery was employed Ray Mercer past matronof Brown Bald.JOHN parade was over. The band bath, living room, dining room,
looked and sounded I have
y as Finance Officer. the Bunnell Eastern Star as kitchen utility room and ,a-

The Board accepted the recommendation Chapter, has been named Grand McKENZIETO never heard them play before.I garage. The estimated cost is

; of Supt. Holland to Instructor of District 24. She REPRESENT don't believe they have ever 1500000.

rehire John Baggett as Super. was appointed to the post by GULF LIFE INS. played better. I know when They also approved the plans a

vising Principal and Principal of Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove John McKenzie has acceptedthe when they came by the press for financing the building. They I'

Bunnell School. Springs, who was Installed Fri. position as Representativefor box they made me have a very I I proposed to hold a building fund I'
I don't believe
Planned to hold a special. day as Grand Matron of the the Gulf Life Insurance Com proud feeling. drive. When they have secured

meeting with the Board and Mr. Grand Chapter of Florida O.E. S. pany here. He and his wife and there was a person there any I funds to pay the balance on

[ Baggett for Teacher recommend District 24 includes Eastern ,young daughter are residing in more proud of his home (town the sanctuary indebtedness of

ing. Star Chapters in Daytona Beach, the Maszk Apartment, Palm Ave. than I was, unless It was J. B. $3,000.00, and have a balance of

In routine business they votedto I DeLand, Bunnell, New Smyrna and Court St. IIIgh. He met the group whenwe 7500.00: on hand they will begin .

fertilize and lime the foot. Beach Barberville and Sanford. Mr. McKenzie is the son of came down stairs Friday construction of the building '

ball field and also the Bunnell Mrs. Mercer has been activein former Bunnell residents, Mr. morning and waved goodbye to i which will be of concrete block '

High School grounds; repair Eastern Star circles for several and Mrs. Bus McKenzie. He is I us Saturday night. J, B. was a I construction.

t boiler at Carver High; also toy years and served'as Worthy the grandson of the late Mr. and great deal of help to all of us.

continue the 7 period classes for Matron of the local Chapter last Mrs. W. H. McKenzie, who resided Lanny Alford came by the Hotel BURGLAR SUSPECT ("

next year. year, retiring in February. at Howe and Cherry Sts. Saturday while. afternoon to visit for CAUGHT IN TEXAS
a
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I MRS. ROSA DURRANCE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY --- Saturday afternoon the final Ilzlnr suspect wanted for burglar
I the office of Flagler County -
0' tour was to Tax Collector Dale Browni
1
Mrs. Rosa Durrance and stitute. At 6.15: we boarded the
z i February 1 was apprehended in
buses for Richmond to entrainfor
her nine children on the 1 Jasper, Texas, on March 29.
the trip back to Palatka. Arrival
t occasion of her 80th In Palatka was Sunday The suspect is Edward J, Be

,r birthday anniversary afternoon.My 1! zek, 37. He was taken into custody -

celebration March 30. thanks goes to Billy Mathews I while attempting to break
into tax collector's office there. J
a : I
Sen. Holland, John O'-
Back row Is. Mrs. Dur A identified his wife ;
woman as
Keefe of Sen, Smathers office,"
rance s daughters, left with him.
was picked up .
Oscar Elder of Holland's office,
to right: Mrs. Elizabeth and last but far from least Bill I Sheriff Homer Brooks here I

Dawson, Mrs. Frances Vaughan for the many courtesies said the suspect had admitted I
to two other robbries in Florida, j
Yelvington, Mrs. Bessie while there. These people opened I I
f fI
(the tax collector's office in Okee-
{ their offices to and their
us ,
Mrs. Pearl
Brooks chobee on February where he I II
help was very much appreciated. I
Woods, Mrs. Elsie Mo- I got $2,600; Live Oak tax collec

tor's office tor $800 February j
ran. CATS TRAVEL IN PAIRS I on
t i11, and the local office for $378.

Front row is Mrs. Dur Most cats travel alone or in He has been Identified in a ,

ranee and her four sons. pairs but lions love company lineup picture by local persons

r Left to right, Hiram They live and hunt in groups,' who saw him In the courthouse !

Guy Mrs. Durrance. Ev- $ and rarely kill except to eat. the day of the robbery.
rt I Even in the bush, the big cats Sheriff Brooks said warrants
erett and .
George. seldom attack, man unless pro have been issued here for his -

voiced. arrest and mailed to Texas.






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Thuwday April 11,
TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, nORIDAu_ : _
------- --------- - -- --' will *''real
-- ---r-- that geuilW
Nearly seven progress)
Aeronautics and Space AdminIstratlon's were made in 1682. convinced that to
(' telephone We are assure
that the Bell out of ten residence I
request economic
: lines, outstanding : perform.
I I >fcidltldual
'
have
I System, as a public service, pro- users now
Bell
the System
ance shouldbe
out of ten a ,
SR compared to three I II
vide and engineering :
planning I decade About 18 million I II allowed earnings on equity
afo.
I support for the Apollo program I now can dial their I capital that are comparable with
and I customers
to land men on the moon of broad cross-section
calls without those a of
!return, and missions beyond own long distance
-
in on the well managed compaqles in
: the Lunar Landing. i an operator coming I "
NQrE\E'S, : I II non-regulated Industry.
I
I '
\ ,
I: A highlight of 1962 was the line.The Bell System's ability to '

FREE FILMS TONIGHT I Allman 1 0 0 success of Telstar, the Bell Sys perform well, said Mr. Kappel, I
The Bunnell Recreation Dept. Robertson 2 0 0 tem's experimental communications 'I "depends In turn on profits I TV SERVICEALL
I G. Koczwanski 100 satellte. A second Telstaris i 1'I
will show four films, starting at
7:15: tonight at the school gym. I scheduled for launching this, I MAKES
Two of the films will be half- I .2139 spring to obtaia scientific data I Agent For

time show of the Purdue band ,I Innings 1 2 3, 4 5 R from a higher orbit in space. I PROFESSIONAL RCA & PHILCOTUBES

one running 16 minutes and the 1 F. M. C. 1 2 3,5 112 To meet the fast-growing need I PHOTOGRAPHER .
other 25 minutes. These are in Two-basebit,G. Carle; winner, for the International communi I & ANTENNAS SOLD

color. Bertha, loser, Barrow; umpire, cations, the Bell System is continuing I I AND INSTALLED
The third film, entitled "World McGrlff; scorer, B. Moody.IDLEWOOD a big undersea cable Phillip M. WhitleyP. TUBES TESTED FREE
Series of 1962" is in color also. construction program. A third I
'
The fourth film Is a men's I 0. Box 1741
CLUBIN transatlantic cable, of a new design
world softball tournament. The. FIRST PLACE that will enable it to carry St Augustine, Florida 11 1 TV Bob
I
teams competing, are Federal I 128 conversations at one time,
Old Line of Seattle, Wash. vs. I Idlewood Club is leading the will be laid this year. : Phone ID 7-3282 I FLAGLER BEACH
Lake Charles, La. The publicis Midget League with four wins Florida
A number of technical advances Bunnell, i PHONE HE '-22MI
invited. Randy Morris will and one loss. \ ,
I
and service
Improvements I
operate the projector. I League Standing
W L Per

IDLEWOOD WINS Idlewood Club 4 1 800
FOURTH STRAIGHTThe Methodist Church. 3 2 600V.

Idlewood Club came 'from F. W. Post 5213 2 3 400
behind to win. out over the FBC I Baptist Church 1 4 200

129. Both (teams did a lot of I Today's games Methodist 66
long ball hitting. Shabby fielding I Church vs. Baptist Church at 4 }PQ o
in the fourth Inning was the I P. M. Friday, April 12, Idlewood ( ) @1 (Q) 0
downfall for the Church.J. vs. V. F. W. at 4:15.

Collins hit a long home run. I
M. Robinson and Gordon Worley I PEE WEE ROBINSON LEAD

both had three. hits for the HITTER WITH 631 AVERAGEAb

Church team.Idlewood .
Ab R H H AT 'IID@1@lfi
M. Robinson 19 12 631 @1 c
McNab 2 2 0 Y
Moore 322 G. Carle 17 10 588 ,
M. Durrance 14 8 571
McDaniel 2 2 1
E. Rice 13 7538,
Collins
3 .1' 1
Baggett 2 "l 1 G.B. Worley Geller 19 17 9 9 529 473 i iE

Gordon 2 1 1 M. Borre IID 0 .
Anderson Fleurie 3 3 1 1 1 1 P. Barrow 13 13 6 6 461 461 11 mw) ySv

J. Roberston 13 6 461J.
Wilder 2, 1 0 -'
McDaniel 16 7 437
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Baptist Ab 221281 R H Annual Report ofBell'

Ellenbach 310 jlill tpll@1fiIffi v.
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J.M. Cody Robinson, 221 4 1 3 Telephone ;

B. RobinsonG. .J I. >3. ::1' 1 The Bell System m.1de'"great 4

Worley 41 3 progress In many fields" In 1962,

H, King 2 1 0 including better individual telephone )"h r.fI 0 SS) ) :: I Iilli@lID
M. Manuel 3 1 0 I service, national defense /
D. Solomon 2 1 0 and satellite communications, \ lll10 r

Allman 2, 1 0 the American Telephone and .
Telegraph Company said in its ... "
25 9 9 annual report. \ '
Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 R I I The report went to some 2-
Idlewood 0 0 6 5 1 x 121 I 210,000 share owners. It showed
F. B. C. 0 0 8 0 '0 1 earnings of $5.79 per A T. &.T.
Two base hilts M. Robinson, J. i?'share, compared to 5.52 in 1961.

Cody, Moore (2)), Baggett; 3bagj j The average number of shares ORTHO tells how to get the insects other sprays miss.
Gordon Fleurie home !increased about seven millionto
ger ; run, With the contact and systemic action of
J, Collins; Winner Collins, loser,' 239,587,000. Phosphamidon.
M. Durrance I!i Construction expenditures to-
; Umpire, McGrlff;
'( Potato had
& it
: pests too controls most of the important
scorer, B. Moody.METHODIST taled nearly $3 billion, the
[largest amount in Bell System easy. They had a million placesto potato insects

WIN GIVES history. More than $1.4 billion hide under leaves, In the
THEM SECOND PLACE I in new capital was obtained. crevices of vines-anyplace ex- 't: & Another good thing.

The Methodist Church's win The gain in Bell Telephones cept where you could hit 'em Phosphamidon is absorbed so
over the VFW gave them second | in 1962 was 2,799,000; for a year. with quickly that you're not going to
place with three wins and end total of almost 66 million. an ordinary spray lose any time in the fields. Your
two losses. Paul Barrow and I Long distance conversations Increased ,'',
((9 Phosphamidon changed workers can be back on the Job
7.9 cent and
Mike Durrance had difficulty per overseas
finding the plate and their wildness I conversations 14 per cent.I all that. It's one spray that moves just a few hours after spraying.

and with hits the FMC I Taxes were $2,103,000,000, equalto right in for the kill .Fast, thor-
scored runs In every inning. J. $8.47 per A.T. &T. share In ough contact kill is a starter.
Cook had 2-2, B. Geller and G. ( addition, customers paid $730 But then it's absorbed into theplant's there are two good ways to get
Carle had two hits each. For {million in Federal excise taxes. rid of stubborn potato pests. And
system, and finds its
the Veterans, Ty Whittaker, P. I "Of all our work In 1962, none way Phosphamidon is both of 'em.
Barrow and K. Roberston had was more significant than that to places insects hide, safe from

two hits each.F. I attending the Cuban Crisis," most other sprays. So you get '
M. C. Ab R H said Frederick R. Kappel, chairman 'em where they live, by remote Phosphamidon 4
C. Clegg 1 1 0 'I of the board of A.T. &T. controL. And you get 'em good. Spray is a com
J. Cook 2 2 2 "We were called on in many bination contact

J. Geller 1 0 0 places, most urgently In Florida B. Geller 4 1 2 and in areas near Washington.The all the
worst potato pests. Fox-
E. Rice 2 3 1 need was for additional insecticide It's a ORTHO
J. Roberston 2 1 1 communications for national glove aphids, potato aphids voter dispersible

G. Carle 3 2 2 I I strategic military command-1 i buckhorn aphids green peach liquid, sold
:
R. Creal 1 0 0 I the response-Immediate. aphids, leaf hoppers and corn tn one-gallon osPhamidoe
C. Johnston 2 0 0 Among the most vital year. I borers. In fact Phosphamidon glass
jugs.
Herr 1 0 0 I round defense activities was the /
SpiCer 0 0 0 ,continued building, watching _i-=.: .
Bertha 2 2 1 over and maintenance of critical "Helping the World Grow Better"

.__ communications lines and networks CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY
ORTHO DrvisiON,P.O.Box 7067,Orlando,Florid.PAGE '
21129 for the military. A major .
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V. F. W. Ab R II 'I accomplishment was the comple- -
K. Roberston 3 1 2 tion from the East Coast to the ':

Revel 1 0 1 I Middle West of a blast resistant .J
Bratcher 1 0 0 burled cable system now being
L. Buno 3 0 1 I built from coast to coast.
P. Barrow 3 1 2 A new subsidiary company
M. Durrance 3 0 1 I Bellcomm, Inc., was formed In

Whitaker .3 1 2 1962 In response to the National wb.w M.M.NA.Mtno.M..o Mww.w..n ,.. ? ,rn w.. .wnw... MIL



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Thursday, April 11, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. .BUNNEtU FLOIuA. '.. ,, ,_ '. .. .1AGE.TI1REE

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47/44 de. garden In a well.protected spot include marigolds, dwarf salviaor I I between warn and the heightof i i I NOTICE BIDS J\ECU1RIln3
qtWhHiw '
"e Nfrtlet I* berby glvn that the
because scarlet wishbone flowers the walls the size
;This is a. good idea sage depends on Board .f OowMy Q n>nls.ln.r.

seedlings have a better chance rose moss, zinnias four-o- of the bed you desire will receive sealed bid until the
(IT Herrey saw; I tq survive attacks by birds, etock, petunia, moonflower and of 1:00 o'clock .A. M, In the office
Trees have habits; like some sessions and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
scratching by dogs periwinkle.When NOTICR OK INTENTION TO liD Courthouse
I the Plagler County
drink lot. One APPLY FOR I'PKCIALLEGIMLATION
people-they a cats, and trampling by roving for the following: '
food trait of trees: -they don't transplanting annuals, regular 1n bulL,
bands of young oops-'n-robbers. NOTICE I. Hereby Given of our i OUQJlnJl "- No, 2. In bulk.;
drive while drinking but they be sure to feed them a liquid Legislature Intention to a Introduce bill to amend Into the Chapter 1963 i Diesel Oil SO weight (MSDO), In

do thrive while Drinking.: Prior to planting, work the diet. University of Florida specialists 61-90J a It relate. to the methodsof 5 Dolor cans.Oil SO weight (MSDO-DM

If your trees are not thrifty, soil until it is loose and friable, say to settle the roots atlon expenditure purpose of and money the for dutle.reere-of I I Motor Oil cans.10 weight Non-Deterg j

perhaps they are showing signsof add a sprinkling of garden fertilizer of the newly set plants witha the CHARLES recreational B. board.CREALFor eat In 5 caL can. ,

hunger and thirst. Water plus to the surface and then I pint of fertilizer rich water. the Recreation Advisory Chassis Kerosene Lube, multi-purpose.; 2(1( *

adequate quantities nitrogen, mix the plant food Into the top Add two tablespoons of a come Commute Bunnell. Florida.nIt' (' IS Gear pound Lube palls., multl-purpoxe, 100

phosphorus and potassium are four inches of the soil. Water mercial fertilizer per gallon of Ib. drums, or equivalent of all Of
TO' WHOM IT MAY fONCRIlN
necessary to keep trees from the area well, rake ft smooth water for piants'BCIt in sandy NOTICE Is Hereby Given of my the Bids above.to cover a period of one (1).

in the soil and a like amount of low Intention to have Introduced In the from the date of
looking as if they were 'three and then sow the seed 1143 Legislature a bill to raise the II year the acceptance to
The Board reserves right
sheets in the wind." shallow trenches that are about nitrogen and high' potash fertilizer jurisdiction of the Small Claim reject any and all bids

Most Florida soils are deficient twice the diameter of the seed for plants set In I muck Court.Five of Hundred Flagler (County$50000) Dollar Floridato I Sth Dated day at of April Bunnell., A. D Florida 1963., this\

in NPK plant foods. As a in depth. I I or peat soils. and Dollar the per tiling fee eCHAIU.ES toIn (fS.OO C. H. COWAHT. Chairman
!
result of these deficiencies trees There is a score of the annuals April 6. mi.: AtteatlH.
I Here is a tip on how to makea E CREAL A. 8MYTHE Clerk
make bud that be seeded now. Duonell. Florida.n.lte Board of County Commissioner
can
poor raised flower bed around the I I of Flakier County, Florida. '

show unhealthy development'l I One Is the ageratum. Varietiesof base of a tree without possible iv TUB cinrriT COVKT OK April 11-18-2tcIV
I II I "'LU LJoR CO!'NTY, FLORIDA
branches and in this low growing border plant damage to the tree. I IV CIi 'NC'n" NO. lavender K BOLT, ..nUCUL: CIRCUIT IN
blue -pink
poor growth. produce I
I Plaintiff AMI KOH KL. ULKII COUNT,
Trees will usually perk up I I golden yellow and intermediate!I Construct an inner and an i v. KI.ORIDA. ('A"": NO. 4.20

their leaves if you apply a 12. blossoms. I outer masonry wall to contain I LARA M. BOLT Defendant., I LI 'JYD V. HfTCHlNSON Plaintiff.,

12-12 or similar analysis fertilizer I, Celosia either the cockscombor j I the bed. Build the inner wall I tOTICH TO DRKKNUTUB 1 -vs- I\OHCR
L HUTCHINSON
STATE FLORIDA, TO: KITTI.V
; Into the ground near theirfeeder feather type, will give a bill I close to the circumference of CLARA )pF'n I Defendant.

fertilizer liant show the the tree-allowing ample Place of residence and '()TI'h TO AI'I E.tH
roots. Apply the of color during I I space I Post Office dddress unknown I TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

"through a series of crowbar hot months ahead. Color-wise for tree growth. The distance You are hereby notified that a KITTIA L, HUTCH1NSON

holes made about one foot you can choose flrey red or golden I I suit the above has been entitled flied cause against; and you you In You Residence are hereby Unknown notified that asuit

apart beginning at the tree yellow. are hereby required to file your answer for divorce has been tied
with the Clerk of this Court against you In the above entitled
,,trunk and extending as far out For tall lanky background PHIPPINSSINCLAIRSTATION and to serve a copy thereof upon cause and you are hereby requiredto
I I serve upon Plaintiffs Attorn.y.who.e ,
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
as the tree branches The total flowers try the four foot cosmos. whoso name and address Is: name and address appear

amount of plant'food to pour They make good cult flowers and I CHARLES J. LUKE II hereon your written defense If
I I U. S. BunnelL. Flo. 260 N. Rldgewood Ave to of han\t: In
Into the holes should equal one produce pink, white, crimson 10 gal. gasoline or over, free Daytona Beach Floridanot avd lihnB or before
day of April A. D. 1962. else decree
later then April 12, A. P. im.
of fertilizer for each inch and 'colored blossoms. I
pound rose
lubrication. Lube and oil It you fall to do NO, decree pro pro confesso will be entered
diameter of the tree. If you like to garden In the free wash. Lubrica confeaso will be. entered againstyou against you.WITNSS.
I change, for the relief demanded In the my hand and seal of
Flowers shade during the hot days, plant lion only 99c. Pickup an de. bill of complaint. The nature of said court 22nd day of March, A. D.
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*Dont delay planting annual sultanas also known as Impa. said milt being for divorce. un
,
437-7130 (SEAL) A. 8MYTHB
I livery anytime phone WITNESS my hind and seal of CH.
seed another day. Prepare a tlens.I said Court this 18th day of March of said Court
Special wash and wax $12.50. W. L. Wadsworth
.
small area in one corner of the I I Other annuals to plant now A( D. 1563.Ofifcial Seal) 11:. A. 8MYTHK P. 0. Box 89.

Clerk of said Circuit Court Bunnell Florida
II. Harvey Attorney for Plaintiff
Julia
By Deputy Clerk' I March 21 &: April .-lI.lI-He

March 21-2S & April .U-He
IN TUB CIHCt'IT CO!'UT OKKLAULKIt

IN TUB CIRCUIT! COURT' OKCOUNTY. COt'.NTY, KI.OHIUA
'Y KI.OHIUA IN CIIANCKHY NO. 4.:2S t,
FLA6LKR
EDWARD P. HADLEY,


.) a lot to t living IN rilAVCKKY COLEMAN H. vs.SALLY COLEMAN. NO.Plaintiff 4590JOSErH DE89IEV H./ 1ADLEY Defendant Plaintiff(


NOTICH TO DKKKNI)
* ** vw* + Defendant THE FLORIDA TO:
vimw'3 l
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? NOTICE TO DKKBNU r.t; HARLHY

Day or night,extension phones help make living more relaxing. Why rilthave THE STATE SALLY OF COLEMAN FLORIDA, TO: S21 Bowman Street ,

VInton, VirginiaYou
It Babcock lAne are hereby notified that a
workshop, Levlttown. New Jersey suit has been Sled against you In
You are hereby notified that a
and
the above entitled cause; you
t Florida room.' To 4X phones you suit the above has been entitled fled cause against; and you you In are hereby with the required ktoorlhr.o'gO answer ,

are hereby required ktoorlhr.oO: answer and to serve a copy thereof upon
feel t.
just Business Office with the t
$ ) your Telephone end to serve, a copy thereof upon the plaintiff name or and plaintiff address* attornewhose Is! lf

the plain tit or plaintiff's attorney JAMES R '
whose name and address la: JOH-SOJ IfOJ.TON.'D idC,
RAY SEL.PEN ht Augustine, Florid
BoIIIf ftalden Building not later than May 2rd A. I). 1963.
w'$01.It1'hern Daytona Beach Florid If fall to do so, decree pro
you
not later. than April 3!. A. I). 1961. confesso will be entered against
If you tall to do so, decree pro you for the relief demanded In the
t confesso will be entered against bill of compUlnt. The nature of
oS
you for the relief demanded In the said suit being for divorce.
, 7A bill of complaint: The nature ofsaid WITNESS my hand and seal of
suit being for divorce. said Court this 2nd day of April
WITNESS my hand and seal of
: A D. 1961 .
said Court this 19th day of March (Official Seal

/ 1A.. KMYTHE.
'. = t iJ'ftoal: l) B. A. BMYTHE Clerk of "said Circuit Court
Clerk of said Circuit Court
April .II..26-He
> 8 -Rv. -Julia_u_ n. Harvey H
} fel Deputy Clerk IN TUB CODHT OK TIIH COI'WTY
r March 21-21 ft April LIl--4t0 ji'IMK, KI.AI.I.KU ('or STY,
STATE OK KI.OIIIIIA. IN I'UO-
: iw TUB CIHCMT COVET U' ii ITU.
I KLAf.l.KH COUNTY, KLOHIDA IN HK the Estate. of
f. IN CIIANCKIIY NO. 458 THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS
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: RUTH ANN CLARK r>'ceHBea.
Plaintiff TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
v.' Notice Is hereby given that H. T.
v'I WALTER W. CLARK Cook has Sled his Anal
Defendant' of'thomasRutherford
tixecutor: ) of the estate
NOTICK TO nr.KK.VI U lass. deceased; that
THE STATE OF .'1.0 H lOA. TO: he flied his petition for Anal discharge -
WALTER W. CLARK and that he will apply to
N Bachelor Orneers, Quarters the Honorable T, K. Mcknight..
Highland Air Station' County Judge of Flagler County,
Highlands, N. J. Florida, on the 6th day of May.
You are hereby notified that a I 1961, for approval of same and for
I milt has been filed against you In' final discharge as Executor of the
I 9 a the above entitled causeand you estate of Thomas Rutherford (lieu,
'sire hereby reqalred to Ale'l.o'ot: deceased, on this 4th day of April.
swer with the Clerk of 196,
and to serve A copy t'ulreofI.on II T. COOKExecutor
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney of estate of
? Iy Whose name and address Is.: Thomas Rutherford Vrfds) *
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RAY 8KI.DKN deceased.
Bolden Building April .II.U-U-.tq
Daytona Ileack Florida
not later than April\ 22, A. D. 1963.Tf NOTICE OF ItlDN WA.VTKII
fAs you fall to de no, decree pro Notice Is hereby given that the
[ confesso will be entered against East Flairler Mosquito Control Dis
.
yor for the relief demanded in the. trlct of Flagler (leach. Florida, will
bill of complaint. The nature of accept sealed bids at the oinc, loT -
Lg aatfl suit being for divorce. rated miles! north of Flagler
.k y.u iY"n A WITNESS my hand and seal of U"".h.on highway/ AlA up to Anduntil
aid Court this 20f day of MarchA. 1:00: P. SE. on April 16. IOU
: 1\ 19(1.tOfflclal or postmarked prior to that time
I'daprv 3 Seal) K A. SMTTHE and date, tor the following for As-
Clerk of said Circuit Court eal year ending September 30. 1963-:
By Julia ft. Harvey Furnish approximately 10,000
Deputy Clerk. I trillions of No, 2 Fuel Oil to be
March 21-28 A AprilII.to I delivered I to the District' storage
tank In. Flagler Beach, Florida inQuantlttee
suitable for the rapacity

IF t dhr JUaglrr (EribunrBCNNRLt I''mfatelrage 80o "Illlon..., whlt'h. Quotations

i to be a FIrm bId and \based on e0
tMc,4 tear degree F Temp I

'w 9hx ,' FLORIDA I irma Iuo"n.' to b. deliveredOto the I

District's Headquarter In Flagl"?

MR& Y B FULLER. Editor Beach, norlda In quantities for
storage tank facilities. 'Udd"
to
furnish storage tank of I
I capacity with I
.... dispensing wars?
__ D- 4 Offlelal .11".1. meter. Quotations to be rd

:Ey I !.* r Mi. "...... .( Plagfer rfrS.L. r qai,!deliver3.500gthe}l

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Commit, MmmMvmlttl Ifcervia Hesdquerters in '
- Beach. Florida, Bidder: to furnish
..4 Ik* Slat .f Plrl4 storage tank and dispensing nuriio
9 with meter, Quotations I t. be Firm
3 51 ', t Bid
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Entered as second class matter onnlSVedneedayoApril l th* **
: \. ,tm
N. February 4, If IS. at the postofflc 1:30: / P. )t.
"" ..." ) I ".. will
.* M1 4, at Bunnell Florida under act of "owing the District's tabulation

March I. 1174.On of bids '
The District reserveb the right
,r.j to reject my and ell bids and

,,.,..,\,... .t'I't' <' year .-...-....-J2." waive EMIT an Y informalltles in bidding.' to r
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In view of. the distress caused by the strike of its Non-Operating Labor Unions, the Florida East Coal.
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A WAT=INS ROUTE In this area service it with its supervisory personnel..'Although
Railway has made every effort to provide ,what can
is open for semi-retired! man, or > ." ./j
lady. Many semi-retired peopleearn this service was limited at the start of the strike, we are gratified at the progress.being mad
$50.00 to $100M per week '
depending on time devoted to by the supervisory forces in extending it to more areas which have been adversely affected., :
Route. Also have 1 full time'

Routs, open. Maybe you can J

qualify..your For area personal write J.interviewin H. Mc. THE FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY, EFFECTIVE APRIL 15th, WILL AMEND 'I

Garity, Box 627, Williston, Flor ITS EMBARGO TO ACCEPT SHIPMENTS OF PERISHABLES FROM DES- ,
ida. 411.3tc
Y IGNATED TEAM TRACKS AT ST. AUGUSTINE: AND BUNNELL.We s
I FOR SALE BLOODHOUNDS
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AKC Reg., Black and tan females /"
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one 2 yrs,old, two 5 mos. '
I old. May be seen at home of are pleased to be able to provide this additional service. Although still limited to the extent!

W.to be E. Hunter submitted Deen at Road.April Prices 15th that we can not switch each: individual packinghouse, we hope the. service will alleviate the, tragi
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meeting at 8:00 P. M. Will con- portation problems of the shippers in this area, ;.
alder all offers. City Commis , ,
sion. 4-11-ltc
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DID, YOU KNOW that you can The Railway desires to take....this. means. to express its thanks to the.shippers and receivers of Ire ih-t
now own a 2 bedroom home for
as little as $39.00 a month on and to the public in the potato territory, for their patience during the current work stoppage. .
your lot. Years of experience and
hundreds of satisfied customersin ; H
your area. No down payment.
100%' financing. Lacy Brame,
Florida East Coast
P.O. Box 186, Crescent City, Railway Co
Fla. Phone OWen 83711.

I 4.11.4tp

I FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex .
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Phone ID 7-3304.( 4-4-tf

VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS
Experienced teacher in Bunnellon When pick-up counts . gasoline,now at an all-time high in anti-knock qual.
Saturdays. For appointmentwrite ity; CROWN-Standard's "regular," now steppedupto

Gene Masters, 20 Central STANDARD STANDS OUTHeavy boost your cart performance, cut your driving
Ave., St. Augustine Fla. Phone costs; ECONOMY CROWN- popular dolkr-stretcher

VA 95607. 4.4.4tp traffic,crowded schedules-that's Dixie's life that supplies all the power many cars can useandat

FOR RENT-Furnished Apart. on-wheels today. And that's where your car shines. a saving. Whatever you drive, stop at Standardfor
ment $40.00 per month. Call if you use any of these dependable Standard gaso long-running gasolines and Standard service!

1 Harris Appliance ID 73367. lines: CROWN EXTRA-Standard's premium grade STANDARD OIL ,COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
March 14-tf

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at
reasonable prices. Call George ,
"Jarosz. ID 73410.
1.
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1247.25 p.
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WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & f

" Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida.
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Aug 30-tfc 1 ;: ] i !
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FOR SALE-Two bedroom CBS _ V,
g" t vB'A <
house in Illllcrest. Large lot andy j

large garage, $7,500.00 Howard
F Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler : .
= f w 4 k ka
Beach. Phone HE 92395. a
\ Feb. 28-tf

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) .LOTS. HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, fc eA4 a js .
WATER FRONT, FARMS,
ACREAGE
.,See us for your real estate needs
Office Phone HE 9.2242
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
I or ID 7.3517
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1. Thursday April 11, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA t'AiE FlVb



: SHELTONS'ST : :;;:

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"Your Friendly Co-op Store ,
FOOD SALE
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RESERVED \ :: t. ;
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t [r' Week Days 8:00 a m. p. m. '
I ;' Prices Good April l'11-12-13': Saturdays 8:00 a. m. to..9:00 p. m. '
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FLORIDA GRADE A .
MEDIUM


('4 EGGS Dozen 19

Limit Two Dozen at This Price, Please

KRAFT
14 Lb. to 16 Lb.

., SMOKEDWHOLE Mayonnaise Qt. 38*

OR

OR SHANK HALF: SHURFINE MAYONNAISE Qt. 33*

Limit One Quart With $5.00 or More Food Order
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LB" ,

38. ) SHORTENING 1

r egetole 3 D. 39

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'" Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order
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BUTT HALF lb. 48' *. '.., .' ', ,\ Values,. Galore Throughout I Our Store

LYKE'S

CANNED HAMS 4 : !$299; 'Regular. 'Size Aluminum,, FROZEN I, J
; ., CAN I WRAP Each .29*' FOODS :'

WORLD'S BESTGROUND MR. G 10 OZ.MUSTARD .

A BEEF 3 S:: M", Kraft 6 Oz. Each 9C FRENCHFRIES

Limit Two Please
FLAVOR AGED CHOICE
Alabama Girl 22 Oz. Sweet Mixed Each 9 e
S.: Ib. 69'FIRST
RIB STEAKS PICKLES Each 35e J BOOTH 10 OZ.
BREADEDShrimp
CUTPORK
Showboat 2Va Can
CHOPS TENDER N IICY 49 PORK SAND Z For 35e


NECK BONES OEIAl10 PINEAPPLE Delmonte Sliced F n 19e Each 69eWAVUWAVyVWVVUVVVVJ

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I 200 FREE I H 75FREE

TOP VALUE VALUE STAMPS
STAMPS
::.. ...... ; TOP
With Purchase of One! With Purchase. of One!
Swift's Butterball 6 Oz. Folger's Instant
Turkey r Coffee
5 '
> Coupon void after 413.63; Coupon void after 4.13.63wmmwm

LARGE STALK
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CELERYTENDER EACH tOe 100 FREETOP 50 FREE

WE HAVE VALUE STAMPS :; TOP VALUE STAMPS
YELLOW .
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DYE
S.FOR EGG With Purchase of One I With purchase of $5.00or
SQUASH 2 : Z3e
20 Lb. Bag More Food "
White Sparky Charcoal S Order
TENDER FIRM VINEGARLETTUCE > '
Coupon void after 4-13-63% Coupon void after 4-13-63
Z HEADS FOR 33e. Pint io e .VWWJW WYWvJl "mmm.. ........J'"..........:!

1. You Can't Get Better Gifts With Fewer
TOP VALUE STAMPS GUARANTEED Stamp..Anywhere.
TWO 1 WAYS *. You Must Be Satisfied 100%. 1




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_SIX THE FLAQLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA ,
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FOR EASTER FEASTING

WILSON'S CERTIFIED TENDER SMOKED FLORIDA GRADE "A', DRESSED AND DRAWN I

Hams Shank Whole ot Half Lb. 45 Fryers Whole Only Lb. 29 !t

CENTER SLICESHAM JUICY TENDERCHUCK
Pound 79' STEAKS Lb. 59'

U.S. CHOICE PALM RIVER SLICEDBACON
: SIRLOIN STEAK Pound 89* Ib. 45*-2 Ibs. 89'
SLICED COPELAND'S PURE PORK ROLL
BABY BEEF LIVER lb. 49* SAUSAGE HOT MILD OR lb. 49

MAXWELL HOUSE AMERICA'S FAVORITE SHORTENING
GRADE "A"COFFEE
1 POIHI CAN 39 FLORIDA 2 LARGE 89* CRISCO 3S; 59
Doz.
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Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order STRICTLY FRESH Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order
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2V2 GLASS SUNSHINE PICKLEDPEACHES SHURFINE EVAPORATED ,
J 3 for $ MILK -, ':'- 3 TALL CAMS, 39*?

SIZE 3 SQUAT SOUTHERN GEM WHOLE FOOD KINGOLEO --
--Sweet Potatoes 5 for 2 Ibs. 29

" QT.WELCH'S APPLE-GRAPE PILLSBURY'S YELLOW,CHOC.,WHITE,PINK LEMONADE
I: DRINK 4 for CAKE MIXES pro $1 00

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;\ 303 GREEN GIANT NIBLET GOLDEN SEALTEST FROJOY
CORN 6 for ICE MILK HALF CARTON GALLON 49*

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FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCENEW
GOOD
6 OZ.SEALD SWEETOrange CROP
: Juice 3 F", 69' ASSORTMENT BRACH'S RED'a g 39'
24 OZ.WINTER GARDEN LARGE CRISP TENDERCELERY

CHERRYPEACH APPLE PIES 3ir... ;:;. $100 EASTER 2 Stalks For 19
10 OZ.WINTER GARDENStrawberries GA. RED SWEET-FINE
WITH HAM)
.' i j2 Pkgs. 43* CANDYALSO POTATOES LB. 1Q 1
10 OZ. FORD HOOK EASTER CARDS CRISP FIRM HEADSLETTUCE
Lima Beans 2 Pkgs. 49 EGG DYE 2F"33<

WHERE THE kl FLAGLER FOOD STORE I WERESERVE
WORLD'S FINESTCUSTOMERS BESTPRICES
I THE RIGHT.
TO LIMIT
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GOOD THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL 11.12.13
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MRS. GEORGE MOODY. )R t December411959, all rittiorisl' he area; '"uth of 60 degrees
GIVEN SURPRISE with claims to Antarctic (terri!south latitude an international I

,. BIRTHDAY PARTY tory. signed u treaty declaring! preserve for scientific research.
Mrs. George Moody, Jr., was --- -
given a surprise birthday party

LOCALS and steak supper Sunday evening NOW ARRIVING ATBLACK'S
at their home in Venice
Park.

Those enjoying the affair were
FLOWER SHOP
BYRUMCOBBMr. EASTER EGG HUNT Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris, Mr.
j AT METHODIST and Mrs. Tony Kahlert, Mr. and
and Mrs. If. C. Cobb of FRIDAY AFTERNOONThe Mrs. Dale Brown, Mr. and Mrs.L. POTTED EASTER PLANTS

Espanola announce the mar Annual Easter Egg Hunt 1... Brannam Mr. and Mrs.
riage of their daughter Sue, to for the Bunnell Methodist Leonard Moody, Mr. and Mrs. ,LILL1ES HYDRANGEAS AZALEAS
Carl Taylor Byrum Jr., of Holly Church Sunday School Children M. B. Fuller Dr. and Mrs. ROSES GARDENIAS ;
Hill, Florida, on March 16 1963. will be at 3 o'clock Friday after- ert Robinson Mr. and Mrs. :
The couple were married in a noon. The hunt will be on :the ert Cook Mr. and Mrs. C S. ROb'l ,. MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY
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quiet ceremony in Nahunter and > d _
grounds of the old church die and Bob Patterson. ,
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Georgia, ,at five o'clock in the all children are invited to at. I I ..._ : _____ __ 'I --
afternoon. Rev E. H. Morgan ..
tend. John Kendall of Haw Creek is ,
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officiated in the double ring I
A/2c Kenneth Taylor, son of a patient in the local hospital,
ceremony. They were attendedby Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor of I receiving treatment after suffer. .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bunnell, has arrived at his base ing a stroke at his home Sun I NOTICE
Carl Taylor Byrum Sr., of Holly on Johnson Island in /the South day. Ills condition is reportedas

Pacific. He also said when he was critical at time.
Hill.They are residing at 824% at Travis AFB in California he press THIS IS TO ANNOUNCE THAT

Aberdeen Street, Daytona Beach. met one of his boyhood friends, Charles Riddell is reported at
Miller of South' Caro RICHARD M. ANDERSONIS
Raymond press time as a patient in a St. .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale line. When he stopped over in Augustine hospital. His condition .
Brown, Jr., Monday and Tuesdaywere Hawaii he saw Ted Panchellafrom is reported as critical. NO LONGER ASSOCIATED WITH OR REP. ,
Mr. and. Mrs. Donald Bunnell. '. \ ,
Bushey and daughter Susan, of RESENTS LINDSAY.FRAZIER OR LINDSAY SOFT

Clarkville N. J. ENGLISH WORD ADOPTION
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Mr. and Mrs. Ned Seville and WATER. FOR SALES OR SERVICE CONTACTMR.
Mr. Brown and Mr. Bushey Miss Carrie Deen of Gainesville English contains many technical
were army buddies during World: with words of Arabic origin, in-1 I
visited here Wednesday FRAZIER CL 2-2220 DAYTONA.
War II and this is the first reunion I their sister, Mrs. Maude Holland eluding alkali, alcohol alchemy?!

in 17 years. The Busheysare and other relatives. algebra, amalgam, zenith, nadir,
spending the Easter Holi cipher. Moslem mathematiciansused

days in Miami and Daytona the cipher or zero, more LINDSAY-FRAZIER
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Beach and will stop for a visit than two centuries before it appeared el"l
with the Browns on the return' Cantrell are Mr. and Mrs. in urope. l I 1134 Live Oak
trip. Charles Graham and little I i
daughter of,Overton, Texas. She I I ""- DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
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Sientists can move freely over CL 2-2220 .
PERI KNIGHT I
the south polar continent with.
UNDEBGOESSURGERY and Mrs. Pete Barber were ,
out regard to boundaries. On .\'
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Pert Knight underwent an ap recent visitors of Mrs. J. D. Bar.
pendectomy at the local hospitallast ber who is a patient in the East --, --- ---- ---- ---- -
week. He has recovered Coast Hospital In St. Augustine.

sufficiently to return to his
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M k
home. Orlin B. Green has returnedto 1

his home here after spending
Mrs. Walter and
Knight Mrs. I
some time in Walter Reed Hospital ,I
Tommy Durrance were business
I r I in Washington, where he -
visitors in ,Jacksonville Monday.Bob .
underwent surgery.
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Patterson of Hammond, .
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is Mrs. Moody's brother. at 'Lackland AF Base for their. I
boot training in the Airforce. I
CARD OF THANKS Buddy is the son of Mrs. (

I would like to express my Louise Taylor of Flagler Beach t
sincere appreciation to my and Jerry is the son of Mr. and '
friends for their prayers, cards Mrs. Bill Burnsed of Bunnell.
and words of encouragementwhile 0 i"J
I was in the hospital for Flossie Richardson is reported
treatment. This ,has meant muchto I as slightly improved at' press'

me. (time. She is a patient in the local .
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Orlln B. Green. I hospital.
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Saticfaction Guaranteed or Money. I*},# Refunded.. ..',v- .'.. flames( ELECTRIC in Florida! '

.. No Appointment Necessary. *
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No Obligation. ,' : : ,. In the "cooking events" at this year's' MRS. AMERICXVtional con...
test all 51 finalist* wm use nameless electric range Contestants win.r
No Age Limit. c \/i't "" represent 50 states and the District of Colombia.. Coronation night,.

No Extra Charge for Full Length of Children April 27.. .at Golden Gate Hotel Auditorium, 194th St. and Collins
i Avenue Miami Beach. ....aIn J
Under 4 Years Old. ,
switching to Electric Ranges exclusively, the "Nation's Most Out
Groups $2.00 Extra per Person. I standing Homemakers" are doing what more than a million Florida
families have already done.Because"flameleas electric"means CLEANER .

.. .. Actual Size of Portait Almost twice as large" asthisnewspaper I t COOLER, FASTER, SAFER.. ..and CHEAPER, too. \ .
1 con-
page. "Flamele is the BIG DIFFERENCE! No flame, no fumes, no

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AGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday April 11, 1963

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Htki d | This Is a true story about the I AIR CONDITIONED

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FLAGLER BEACH
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I''by the North and South of the j I Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
"I 'CIvil War. Church Service 11:00' A.M.

a I The story shows how the raid R. W. DICKERT. Pastor
tt b.r was planned and how It was I EVERYONE WELCOME
carried out.
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i The St. James Baptist Churchof Baisden family, The Marlon Spearman Children, The John I I SERVICE I' BRAKES RELINED $15.9:1
Bunnell recently celebratedthe I Brown family, son Children, Victory Griffin ROAD SERVICE FAKTH AND LABORDHDCHRVIIOliETPLYMOWTH

occasion of ,the Church's 52nd and Carrie Bell, Deacon Board I I' Light Mechanical Work OT1IKKM' !! 919.03
anniversary and the Pastor, Rev. I The Emanuel' Children Mattie Betty Bryant Mentora Fennell I! Phone 437-3441 Bunnell I i I ti40 Mason Ave. Daytona
Doris '
and Alfreda Gray, Ada '
I and Annie Lee, Frankie Holmes, e! I
M. B. Britton's 25th anniversarywith ------
Brown Jr. Kattle M. Byrd, The -
I Christine Jones, Ruby Hall, Rev.
the church. ,Velton Nichols, Irena and Yvon- C. Ross, Rev. H. C. Young, Sarah ,
Shown above are Junior mem nie Holden, Cora Harrison, W. E. Gillyard, Maggie Garris, Herdie 24 HourWrecker
bers of the Church who present. Harris, The Jerry Stewards, An. Williams. |" Service
ed The Pastor with a Memory nie M. Underwood The Isaiah I
Book on March 24. The book Thomas, The J. Lymass, The
'contained greetings, congratulations James Meckersons, Ethel Gol THE BOOK NOOK :
and contributions from den, E. K. Rogers, Henry lien. I; Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
friends, members of the church, dersons, Citizens Bank, Bunnell MY COUSIN RACHEL j jI
church organizations, businessmen Cleaners, I MASSEY-FERGUSON
and merchants of Bunnell! By Daphne DuMaurler I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
J. J. Jenkins, The Elmer Hub- Of all great' writers Daphne
Contributions amounted to $177- bert Children, Oreatha Holden, DuMaurler is by far the most I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
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.75.Those The Willie Hymon, Paulette and I impressive. All of .her books Owner Bunnell, Florida:
contributing included: Patricia Hymon, Bunnell Tim seem to open up and let the I
Ills Godchildren, Spates children ber Co.. The Wilber Huggins, reader come right la. My Cousin I
his wife, Rev. James Rev. J. C. Wise and wife, Cath- Rachel does this even more so I'
Masses and wife, Lee Jacksons, rlne C. Crawford, Rev. G. W than !the rest of her books. Did
Baker's 5 and 10 Store The Wil- Carr, Louise Cuyler, Clyde Allen Rachel kill\ her husband Am. I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
lard Tucker family Hall-Turn- Preston Marchall
Ralph brose Ashley as his young cous "
lIn Chevrolet Co., Moody's Phar Sheppard, Polites Family, Patricia in Philip believes? Read this i' A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
macy, S. Brooks & Son Shell Station I Huggert, Doshla Gilmore, book and form your own opinion. i JOHN HARDIN. Associate '
Louella Williams, The Oscar There is never a dull moment I '
Hubbert Thompson Funeral Halls, E. V. Geter Family Evan. with DuMaurier for your guide. : AIR LADY OXYGEN
Home, Shelton Super Market, gellne Ray, Betty Henderson I Other great books by Daphne CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED
;' Western Auto Associate Stores, Family, The Parrish Children, DuMaurier: Rebecca, French. I. APEL' ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
H. T. Cook, attorney, Dr. J. S. The Spellman Children, man's Creek, The Kings General,
Lawrence, Rodgers Food Store, Elder James Pompey Family, Kiss Me Again Stranger, etc. I- Phone ID 7-3532, -
Dunn Hardware ,& Supply Co., Willie Green, Bishop Children, Read them all. I am sure you fc
Mrs. V. B. High.. Dr. Frank A. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Branda Bernice Golden, The will enjoy everyone to the end. .
Reynolds, The Flagler Tribune, -
Anderson Drug Store, Black's "' F:7":
Flower Shop ,L. L. Brannam ::
come : :'.:':' ...
family, Riverside FurnitureStore bigger potato prof Its! tia
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Harris' Appliance & Gas Co., .
Fruits Jeweler Store, The JamesA. eAlIMSINI11iMINMIIMtiFt ..+ ,'F .
Holts, The T. L. Holtzs, Mrs. : ' ; ,

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FIREMAN'S BALL IS COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I evening worship service next
I SET FOR APRIL 19th CHURCH NEWS I I Sunday.Mr. .
II. : / The annual Flremens' Ball Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M.
JfagerBeac I will be Friday, April 19, In the i with classes for all ages. At the I and Mrs. Clyde Dunesing,
Flagler Beach Recreation Center. 11 A. M. worship hour Rev. R. W. Jr., and son Sandy, of Ft. Lauderdale -
I Music will be furnished by the Dickert will speak on "The Necessity are spending this week
BOOK DRIVE SET PTA- MEETING Bunnell Hi-Tones and the dance of the Resurrection of the I with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
FOR SATURDAY The Flagler Beach Parent- I will last from 9 P. M. to 1 A. M. :Lord Jesus Christ. George Main and Mr. and Mrs.

'r '* 'On Saturday, April 13th, the Teacher Association met last A limited number of tickets : The Ladles Guild will meet I I Clyde Dunesing, Sr., of Flagler
'Boys Scouts will canvass the Tuesday with good attendance.It are available from any fireman today at 2 P. M. (Thursday, April Beach.
Flagler Beach area for books was an Informal meeting with I or call HE 9-Z175.I : 11th) In Fellowship Hall with I I I

that people would like to donate Mrs.Leonard Johnson presiding, i Mrs. Ira Bordner, hostess. Mrs. Ethel Hancock of Jack.
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to the Woman's Club IA.i and' Rev. Atlee Stevens givingthe BROWNIES ENJOY I sonville is the house guest of
brary. All suitable childrens' devotional.The WEINER ROAST II I i iI I I her sister' and brother In law,
\\1 ,,, books that are collected will be' business meeting was The Brownie Troop No. 702 I BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS 'I j i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dunesing, Sr.
k ' 3n to the Flagler! Beach El- combined with the program In enjoyed a weiner roast on the I Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M.
ementary School Library. a group discussion on Improve beach following their regular and worship time Is at 11 A. M. I
a' Everyone Is urged to "weed ments for the PTA and school meeting last Thursday afternoon with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. .> The Persian Gulf Is less salty
libraries and grounds, ways (to help teachers, .'
out" their home Training Union time has been than other seas. Fresh waters
have a stack of books waitingfor possible' projects for next year, Mrs. Allen Reynolds troop changed from <|::15 to 6:45: P. M.:j from Iraq's Tigris and Euphrates
the Scouts on Saturday. fluoridation, and fund raising, leader, was assisted by Mrs. I I and evening worship will, follows Rivers pour Into the gulf, and
Scoutmaster Joe Seale will accompany : fund spending, and many other Theo Hein, Mrs. Gene Spivey, at 7:45 Instead of at the i Its jucture with the Gulf of
the drive.' points of concern taken from the Mrs. R. F. McDaniel, and Mrs.
the boys on I usual 7:30 time. 'I Oman, an arm of the Indian
I PTA manual by program chair Hugh Drummond.The There will be I
a Special Easter. Ocean, i Is so narrow and crooked
r'' The Junior Training Union I,man, Mrs. Bernie Wilson. "Flagler Beach Waterlilies" Music Program presented at the:{ that little salt water enters.
Church had The group voted to hold six (that's what the Browniescall
Class of /the Baptist I I
meetings next They also themselves) enjoying the ,,
:' a cook-out at the home of their year. :
I,' voted to purchase two past outing were: Joyce Whitney, FOR I
fi Venice president pins, one each for Mrs.V. Vicki Babbitt, Connie McDaniel, _
Johns was assisted In entertain. W. Haines and Mrs. Henry Sharon Spivey, Patricia, Black, PROTECTION. AGAINST EXPENSES.. OF
ing the children by Miss Margie I I Shill, who were presidents before Thea Heln, Debbie Meekins, CANCER I
Schatz. the PTA had a charter. Elaine Drummond, Molly Mis-
.. Mrs. John Baggett and Mrs. sinne, Karen Duncan, Vickie AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES
Fishing and games were enjoyed I .
along with hot dogs, hamburgers I Robert Owens were appointed to Smith, Rosemary Bross and I H. T. COOK AGENCY
I baked beans and cold I the auditing committee and Sheryl Kirkpatrick. -
Phone ID 7-3361
drinks. Those sharing this party Mrs.: Haines presented the new There will be no meeting to. I I Bunnell ,FloridaFOR I
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i were: Eleanor Shlll, Vicky and slate of officers. day April next
; Buddy Moore, Carol Kilpatrick, Those elected were: president, Ing will be April 18th. '' .
Stella Weaver, Julia Brown, Harriet Mrs. Pete Peterson; vice president I'
'I Shearouse and Joyce Robin Mrs. Bob Whitney; secretary METHODIST CHURCH NEWS ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
I son. Mrs. Tom Galloway; and There will be a Maundy II
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H I 4 J treasurer, Mrs. Richardson Little- Thursday Service at 7:30: P.M. I AMBULANCE .

II field., tonight In the church building. I I PHONE. VAlley 4.1625
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Aaron The first grade won the room 1 Everyone' Is welcome. SERVICE
I and daughter, Brenda, visited count and the first grade room Saturday at 2 P.M. the church ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
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over /the weekend with:[relatives mothers served coffee and cookies I school will have an Easter egg I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
In Lanett, Ala., and ffri"'West I during the meeting.Mr. 'hunt and party at the home of
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
Point, Ga.Recent Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover.,
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I field and daughters Angie and at 6 A. M. at the church. Church With
Equipped Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i iI Teneley, are spending a few school time is 9:45: A.M. and
I ; E. D. Johns were (Mrs. Johns' i days In Lanett, Ala., with Mrs. worship hour Is at 11 A.M. with I' Garcia Funeral HomeP.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Littlefield's parents, Mr. and Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister.
Johns and sister and'niece, Mrs. Mrs. Dal Bass, and Mr. Little. There will be special Easter] E. GARCIA,. Licensed Funeral Director
Betty Shearous and Harriet from field's mother, Mrs. L. E. Little.- mifelc by the choir Under thel LADY ASSISTANT
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