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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 18, 1963
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I; VOLUME 51, NO. 15 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR

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F. Bunnell Rotary 1\ .NeWJ and Comment BPW Club OffersScholarship Mothers' March j jI'I i Commissioners


Hosts Tonight To 1t (By Eula Fuller) To Set for Monday I Re-employs All

t received letter this wee

Hastings Rotary from Daniel a Rodgers from Pu t Junior CollegeMrs. .Night April 22ndThe J: City Employees

san, Korea. He is is the son of I I I I

; The Bunnell Rotary Club will Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers of Mary Broadaway, chairman Mothers' March of the I j I The Bunnell City Commlsslo..

f be host to the Hastings Rotary; Bunnell. When he completed! I of the personal develop 'I Polio Drive will be held Monday I: ers voted to rehire all city employees

Club members tonight at the his duty with Uncle Sam afterWorld ment committee of the local night, April 22, from 7:3: I I at their meeting Monday

t Pierhouse Restaurant, Flagler War II. he took his discharge :Business and Professional Worn I to 8:30, M. B. McDaniel said tc. i night. Included are City

Beach. A Charolais steak din. in Japan and has bee) I an's Club, presented !the BPW: day. The fire siren will blowat I Clerk Nancy Rodgers; City Attorney

ner will be served to >the group. with the Civil Service and at. ,,Scholarship fund plan to school I 7:30 marking the 'beginning H. T. Cook; Police Chief

I :. The steaks will be through the I tached to the Armed Force officials last week. of the drive. 'Wilfred Hunter 1 is II Wilfred Hunter, and Night Police

courtesy of Tom Lenssen, owner there, and in Korea. lie still I Club President Gwen McGriff County Chairman for the drive.< Edwin I'elUcer; and Gene

of the T. Double L Ranch. I claims Bunnell as his home. He' said the scholarship provides tu I Mr. McDaniel said members I Barber as superintendent of the

The party is in celebration of built a new home on Highway 111: Wan and student activity fees of the Idlewood Club will be in waterworks and street work.

an attendance contest held dur about six years ago and plan I for a senior girl to the Daytona I charge of the drive in Bunnelland i I Mrs. Hazel Holland and Mrs.

ing January and February be. to reside there some day. !Beach Junior College or Mary will be assisted by Gal I Peral Blakely, representing the

tween the two clubs. The Bun. Daniel's sister, Sara Rodgers,' Karl Vocational School for one Kelley, Cora Buckles, Gladys I' Youth Council's Board of Directors

nell Club lost the contest ,to the< went to Korea about two year year. Sturman and Marie Muzyka. I[ appeared requesting more

.... Hastings Club by about three ago and is teaching in the ArmY; The scholarship will be awarded Members of the Club assisting adequate cooling system for the

points. Members said the HastIngs schools there. to a Senior Girl of the Bun- I will be Gwen McGriff, Shirley; j I Civic Center Building. They

Club is to be congratulate Daniel's letter was dated April nell High School on their inter Chambers, Bette McDaniel, Wll I I stated one of the large fans had

on 100 per cent attendance record 12 and came by airmail, arriving est in a business or professional da Hargett, Kathryn Perryman, :I to be removed during the remodeling -

during the two months. here on April 15. Following I,career, scholastic ability, per I Winces Improto, Leona Eisen. I I program and there is

Following the dinner a pro. is part of the letter: I sonality, appearance, character, I Ii bach, Myrna Knight, Peggy; no suitable place to Install H. i

gram showing slides of the T. "I wonder If Jim Camp dream. 1 1I i. and the need of financial aid I King, and Virginia Kiwalla. I I 1 The Commissioners stated they

Double L Ranch and the Charo ed that his column 'Do You Re The scholarship will be presented '; At Flagler Beach Club member had considered air conditioningthe

lals cattle there. Tom Lenssen, I'member1 would stir emotions as 1 I at graduation time. Daisy Moody will be In I I building and found the price

owner of the ranch, is breeding] far away as Pusan Korea? The membership of the club charge of the drive. I. was more than they could spendat

<< the purbred cattle on the ranch. '"Many of the things Jim mentioned I I are quite proud of this achievement At Haw Creek will be Becky; this time. They said they I II

The meeting of the Club will were before my time but !I since they have only been Clegg; Bimini, Jeanette Bertha; would take the matter under
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be held tonight In place of the I do remember that Mr. Os. chartered one year. Charter Espanola, Ann Hunter; Korona study and see what can be ar
luncheon meeting at noon. members totaled twenty.four and Favorltta will be Imogene t ranged.
borne sold the best 'Jaw Break.
ers' in town. He would always I: and they now have a member. I I I Strickland; St. Johns Park, Naomi Walton Johnston was. namedto

First Horse give us kids an extra one when I I I ship of thirtytwo.FLAGLER I II II Following Pell leer.the drive the workers represent the City on the Advisory
we would spend a nickel. Committee for the water
Short Course "As you can see Tribune Day'In BEACH I will meet at the McDaniel shed study. The advisory com
I make the
home to
checkup.
Pusan is about five weeks : \ mlttee will be comprised from ,
Slated June 7-8 I from publication day, but we GARDEN CLUB I representatives of several or- ,

(Sara and .1)) always look forward PLANS GAME PARTYThe ganizations.Mr. l
Final plans have been made, to I Flagler Beach Garden: lShort.
for Florida's first light horse "Sara has departed for the that he represented several merchants
Club has planned a Game Party
short course which will be held< Island of Cheju a Korean possession I of the town and asked j I
at the University of Florida'sUvestock ; for tonight (Thursday) at thWoman's I and charit- '
about 140 miles off the \that only churches !r
Club building. It will '
pavilion in Gainesville southern,:coast. ot Korea In.the, able organizations of theMourn q'I
'" '-. .- .,' '{begin at"7:30 and refreshment, Set For April 18-20
June T-8: Japan Sea, during the .Easter I I be allowed to hold rummage
Dr. J. R. Crockett, animal'e.. school holidays." I will be served. sales within the city limItS as I
"will j- Members of Florida's rapid),
neticist, reports more than 400 : A small admission charge the sales were hurting the met.chants .
be made and door prizes .s wellas growing cattle Industry will, ,
horse owners and raisers are expected Our Flagler County Boys and of the city who pay li
game prizes will be given. have the opportunity to learn
to attend the short course Girls to get around don't they? censes.
latest research
Proceeds will be used In beau. developments
which is the first of its kind Chairman reported the
We always enjoy hearing from Peavy
and and discuss their problems at
: tifylng the city park replacing -
ever held to be held in the state. I them. The Tribune could boast Commissioners had decided at
new shrubbery. at the 12th Annual Beef Cattle
The short course is sponsoredby of a world-wide circulation during : Short Course on the University; their planning session, held on

the Department of Animal the war. We don't have such* of Florida April 1820. April 2, to have a complete Inventory
campus
Science and the Florida Quarter SMALL CLAIMS of all .
: a wide-spread circulation now, More than 600 livestock producers City equipment.Also
Horse Association. Genetics,i I but Me do go to several 'corners'_ COURT* HOLDS : are expected to attend to use the purchasing or.
breeding, care and grooming, der for all for
I o? the world. the short course, according to system purchases
diseases and nutrition are a few:I SESSIONSmall ,. five dollars and up. '" \
Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the Ag '
of the subjects which will be I We don't hear very much Claims Judge Leola I gricultural Experiment Station) Beginning May 1 work orders '

covered during the two-day meet. about the potato digging this Jones said she had continued and the College of Agriculture' will be made up from one meet-

The course will open at 8:0 year but from all reports they five cases at the Wednesday I Animal Science Department. Ing to the next and only emerge

i A. M. Friday, June 7, with regis are getting into full swing now.I morning session of Court. They I This is one of the major short encies would supercede the

\ tration followed by a welcome From what we hear they havea will be heard at the May 1st courses held in Florida. work orders.
from Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of bumper crop also. session of the Small Claims I They Instructed Police Chief
the Animal Science Department' \ Court. I Dr. Cunha explains that Flor Hunter to proceed with the colectlon -

A number of prominent horsemen Just a reminder to all those Judge Jones said she had one ida's cattle industry is growingby of occupational licenses

veterinarians and others celebrating April birthdays, and default Judgment rendered In t leaps and bounds and now that are delinquent Also to

will speak on various subJects. who were born in odd numbered Favor of the plaintiff, Mrs. Florence ranks 17th in the nation. Florida regulate the parking In several

years, it is getting to be about Maryes vs. Stanley and is second only to Mississippi congested areas of the city

Dr. Joe H. Tolle to the deadline time for securing Greta Germack.The in beef production in the South., They also instructed him to pick

your drivers licenses.It May first session of court "This year's program," Dr., up all stray dogs without dog

Preach Sunday at will be held in the Commission Cunha says, "will be devoted to I censes.

is said the quickest wayto ers room at the Courthouse. I the feeding, marketing, and financial Commissioners voted to sell.
Methodist ChurchDr. get undivided attention is to I problems of the cattle the city.owned bloodhound and
make a mistake. industry." One session will be two puppies to the offers they

Joe II. Tolle, District Superintendent Florida's Tallest devoted to the problem of trans.porting received from advertisements.

of the DeLand District Overheard: "There are two corn. Each of the sessions Amount for the dog is $50 and

of Methodist Churches, will kinds pf party-goers. One wantsto Building Proposed held during the three day $25: for each puppy.

deliver the sermon at the First leave early, one wants to course will be followed by a

Methodist Church Sunday morn- stay late. Trouble is, they're question and answer period for
I Gulf Life Insurance Co. will Calendar of Coming Events
the benefit of producers.In .
usually married to each other. \
Ing.Following erect Florida's allest building total, more than 30 talkson I
the Worship Service I April 18 Garden Club Games
as the center of a $20,000,000
the fourth Quarterly Confer. FLAGLER BPW TO topics ranging from feeder I Party.
business complex on the Jacksonville -
ence for the Church with Dr. MEET TONIGHT calf production to pasture utill- April 19-Firemen's Bail at
riverfront, it was announced -
Tolle presiding, will be held. The Flagler Business and Pro ration: will be discussed by representatives Flagler Beach.
by M. S. Nlehaus, president -
Church departments and committee fessional Woman's Club will of the University of( April Dedication of Bun-
of Florida'slargest
and treasurer
reports will be presentedat meet tonight (Thursday) at the Florida, USDA, Florida Cattle- nell Post Office, 2 P.M.
life insurance
this conference, in preparation Bunnell Civic Center, Club President will be company.The erectedon men's Association, Florida Department April 21-Korona Community
for the State Annual Con. Gwen McGriff said today. complex of Agriculture, Farmers Club Game Party.
11-acre site from
an acquired
ference In June. During the business meetingthe Home Administration, Production April 21-Fourth Quarterly
Gibbs Shipyard, Inc., at a cost
Rev. W. L. Spicer said Infant annual election of officers Credit Association, Livestock Conference, First Methodist
I of $1,500,000, after months of negotiations -
Baptism and reception of new vlll be held. Auction Markets and Florida Church at noon.
in one of the largest
members will be at the evening They will also plan for a real estate transactions in Jacksonville bankers. April 22-Mothers' March of
service. He said a film on "Be banquet to be held In May. This I history. March of Dimes, 7:30 to 8:30.

coming a Church Member" will will be for Installation of officers Cub Meetings

also be shown.A and also to celebrate the Nlehaus said that plans call LICK.AND'STIC= STAMPS April 18-Flagler BPW. Daniel

first year of activity as a club. I for two skyscrapers to be built When England first produced 1 Civic Center.

lighthouse, operated by the Ion the site. A 25-story home office ike-and-stkk stamps in 1840,, April 23-IJons Club, Bunnell

u.s. Coast Guard. Is situated in Only the female mosquito tower with 300,000 to 400,000square critics claimed the gummy .u}). Civic Center.

Anclote Key State Park near jttes. Mouth parts of the male I feet of space will housethe stance would cause tongue lesions Bunnell Rotary Club luncheon

Tarpon Springs. are not equipped for bhlng. home office staff of 475. and spread cholera. each Thursday, 12)0.H .







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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 13 1963
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bacteria causing the sludge in only each year."Contestants to participate in tate competition
the laboratory. He then deter in the competition but as many individual

mined that the best way to con ," he says, "will Judge three contestants may enter as wish.
SPOPJS trol formation of the sludge was classes of vegetables, such as I
: either the destruction of the bacteria Irish potatoes, carrots and onions ,

I or removal of iron from and identify approximately 45 PROFESSIONAL
I water before it entered the drain. kinds and varieties of vege
: age lines. Armed with this In. tables. In addition they will PHOTOGRAPHER
zw., !
: : formation, scientists Ford and I Identify 20 vegetable seeds, four
Spencer went to work. nutrient deficiencies and grade
AND BRITT SOFTBALL SEASON 100 specimens of Irish potatoesas Phillip M. WhitleyP.
Using the i. I.. Polk propertyin
BATS BEAT METHODISTS I OPENS MAY SECOND to U.S. No. 1 or culls."
Wauchula as an experimental O. Box 1741

Gordon Worley's two singles, : Bunnell Softball season will drainage site because of its high "Each county," Stephens says St. Augustine, Florida
a double and a triple and Dar; I open Thursday night, May 2nd, iron content, tests were madeto "is encouraged to train as many I
rell Britt's home run overpowered t with two games. First game will evaluate the use of copper 4-H Club members as possible Phone ID 7-3282

the Methodist team 10 to 5. { be one of the girls team, and wire and copper sulfate as for participation In the vege I Bunnell, Florida
'Pee Wee Robinson had four the champion Seville team will agents to kill the bacteria and table Judging program." For

for four to keep the lead in bat. open the season with one of the to study the use of various fll. eligibility In the state competition .
ting. This gives Pee Wee a 608[:teams that will be scheduled. ters to remove the iron. Filters 4-H boys must be at least --- ...:

average. Brother Bobby pitched A softball meeting was held used In the experiment included 14 years old and be enrolled ina Music
six hit' ball. II I fiberglass, slag gravel oyster
I Tuesday night and four teams vegetable project Only one Tennessee StyleBY
For the Methodists, Earl Rice shell and sawdust
| have entered. Seville, managed team per county will be allowed
had two hits, one was a homer. As the result of the tests, the I
John Bertha had two hits. This I 1 by Bud Henr; Bunnell Motor Co., Experiment Stations scientists I Walt Graves&Carl Spicer

gave the Baptist boy their sec I Wadsworth managed by Lumber Cliff Co.Sheffield, managed ; found that a filter of slag gravel, CLASSIFIEDADS i I FRIDAY 9 P. M. till

.and win, both over the Method. .. Jack Hardin the fourth a byproduct of (the phosphate SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M.
1st team.Methodilt. I. by ; industry, would cause the Ironto I
team will be businessmen .of LETTER OF MAROUE
lob R H precipitate out of the water
Bunnell. COCKTAIL LOUNGE
J. Geller 4 0 0 entering the drainage lines.
G. Carle 3 1 0 The league will play 18 games Dr. Ford explains the reaction Uatlan uder this ....... arts & RESTAURANT
J. Roberston 2 1 01) with an all-star game in the this way "slag gravel is highly n".seats*. per..s.rd...each... a..ert.e......... 5 Miles So. of Marinelandon

E. Rice 3 2 middle of the season. League alkaline due to its high total REMODELING. AlA.
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champ will be a playoff at the calcium oxide content so that Need Space- A A._ .,;! _r
B. Geller 2 0 0 I
Priced for quick sale. I spinet
end of the season. when the weakly buffered acid
J. Cook 3 0
piano, $150; 2 plastic lounge
The four teams playing in a ground water through the
C. Johnson 0 1 11 goes couches, $15.00 each. Phone HASTINGS MATTRESS
two out of three series with the .
0 gravel filter, it Is rendered alkaline
C. Clegg 2 HE 92036. 4-18-ltc & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
J. Bertha, 3 0 2 winner playing for the title. I Therefore, the soluble
C. Herr 0 0 0 I Schedules and rules will be Iron In the acid ground wateris FOR SALE-28' x 8' house trail. 710-12 Lemon St.
R. Creal I 0 0 0 sent to all managers. The recreation precipitated out due to the er and model B. Skeeter. Rea. Palatka, Florida
T. SplcerBaptist 0 0 0 feature will have an chemical reaction and does not sonable. Contact Cecil West. Phone EA 5-9166
opening day ceremony..All play. enter the !tile line." brook. liE 99200. 4-18-ltp Furniture. Upholstering
Repaired & Refinished
ers are looking for a banner season "It is not known how long
,22 5 6 Hundreds of Patterns to.
Church lob R H and all teams are ready for I the slag will 'deter sludge formation A WATKINS ROUTE in this area Choose from.

M-Manuel 2 1 0 action. but it has been satisfactory is open for semi-retired man, or Mattresses 4 Box Springs
/ r lady. Many semi.retired peopleearn Made to Order Also Renovated
B. Robinson 3 1 0 In a commercial grove
GIRLS READY FOR ACTION $50.00 to $100.00 per week PRICES REASONABLE.
for two years, Dr. Ford relates.
G. Worley 4 3 4 BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
M. Robinson 4 3 2 Bunnell girls softball league "Research Indicates," he con. depending on time devoted to Just as near as your
J.Cody 3 0 1 members are waiting for the sea eludes, "that the pipe.clogging Route. Also have 1 full time Phone or Post Office
D IIIgglnbotham 2 0 0D. son to' open. All managers have features of iron oxide sludgecan Route open. Maybe you can Drop Us A Card or Call
Britt 3 1 been giving the girls a lot of I also be minimized by In. qualify. For personal interviewin Free Pick-up & Delivery

D. Solomon 2 0 21 practice,and all teams will re creasing !the size of openingsinto your area, write J. H. :MeGarlty .
" ceive their schedule before Box 627, Williston, Flor
H. King 2 0 O open. the lines and by the use
B. Barker 1.. 1" 0'1 ing day. of grades sufficiently steep to ida. 4-ll-3tc i' TV SERVICEALL
i iI I I We cart all look forward to remove sludge by Increased wa DID TOU KNOW that you can

26 10 9Innings I'seeing, some good ball playing. ,ter velocity." now own a 2 bedroom home for MAKES

1 2 ..3 4 5 6 R\would like Ito thank. Miss 'Sa- The use of slag gravel to con.. as little as $39.00 a month on Agent For
F. M. C. 0 2 3 0 0 0 5 rita Bradley who has been do. trol the iron sludge "could have your.lot. Years'of experience and "
T. B. C. :50221x10 ing a wonderful job of getting far reaching effects," Dr. Ford I.hundreds of satisfied customersin RCA & PHILCOTUBES

Two base hit, G. Worley; 3;i the girls in shape and Instruct. emphasizes, explaining that your area. No down payment.
bagger, M. Robinson and G. Wore :I ing them how to play. many vegetable growers could 100% financing. Lacy Brame, & ANTENNAS SOLD

ley; Home run E. Rice and D.j j: We expect the opening day to have the same problem as citrus P. O. Box 186, Crescent City, AND INSTALLED
Britt be a success and we need all growers In keeping deep drain. 8-sYll.
; Winner, B. Robinson; loser, Fla. Phone OWen TUBES TESTED FREE
,Bertha; Umpire, Pache; scorer, the support fans can give us. age lines free from the sludge 411.4tp
B. Moody. and !this may also solve their
Scientists ExplainIron problem. FOR RENT-Two bedroom du TV BobFLAGLER

IDLEWOOD HOLDS I "Florida Isn't the only area plex apartment, screen porch.

FIRST PLACE I Eating Bacteria in the world with soils of high Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf BEACH

The Idlewood Club lost to the iron content," he added, naming VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS PHONE HE 9-2204
V. F. W. Friday on a forfeit 6-0, I Agricultural research has California, Ohio, Sweden Nor Experienced teacher In Bunnellon .
and still are leading the league solved the case of the "iron. way and Holland as areas in Saturdays. For appointmentwrite

with four wins and two losses. "eating" bacteria. For years, flatland which the fouling of drain} lines Gene Masters, 20 Central I w ro p6K.tc
Thursday they will meet the citrus growers on soils of by iron bacteria has been found. Ave., St.. Augustine, Fla. Phone' NEWSPAPER An
F.M.C.. Both teams have broken high Iron content have foughta VA 95607. I SAYING YpUNG '

even in series play with one win losing battle against a red. Four-H Boys To Do 4.4.4tP'1 MAN WIWTIER". ,,
sludge-like which has FOR RENT-Furnished '
each. Friday the V. F. W. will deposit 1I iI I 1
meet the F. B. C. In their first j i clogged drainage lines, prevent. ment $40.00 per month. Call '
Vegetable
Judging i ii
two meetings the Veterans have ing water run-off. Now, thanksto Harris Appliance ID 73367. I .

taken both games. research performed by FlorIda Four-H Club in the state will March 14-tf I

LEAGUE STANDING Agricultural Experiment Stations have an opportunity to test their
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING
WL Per I scientists, this trouble. skill in vegetable Judging in at I
reasonable prices. Call
Idlewood 4 2 660 I some sludge can be eliminated. state competition at Orlando on Jarosz, ID 7.3410. George I i;..
!I Flatland citrus growers firstI .
Methodist 3 3 500 Saturday, May'25.According 1-24-7-25
V. F. W. 3 3 500!I I brought the problem to the at. to James M. Stephens p. ,

Baptist 2 4 310 i I jtention i of researchers Dr. Harry vegetable crops specialist .WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus- j
I IW.I Ford and Dr. W. F. Spencer with the Florida Agricultural tomers. Call Harris Appliance &

PEE WEE ROBINSON |i of the Citrus Experiment Station Extension Service, the vegetable Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. SAY,THIS IS
BATTING 608 I at Lake Alfred in 1960. Sincei Judging, grading, and identification Aug 30-tfc FAST SERvlcsr

Ab H AT i optimum growth of citrus trees contest provideS excellent "' *\ \ ".-
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M. Robinson 23 14 608{ cannot be maintained unless I training for Florida youth in an \ \
M. Durrance 14 8 571 .:the! water table is held at least Industry which contributes some I JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER '
G. Worley 23 13 565 13 feet below the soil surface, the 200 million to our state's econ : BEACH REALTY CO. ; ."
G. Carle 20 10 500( clogging of drainage lines pre. 'LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,'
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E. Rice 16 8 500B. sented a serious threat to grow. I WATER FRONT, FARMS, II I

Geller 19 9 473 ers with groves on flat low land. BY SEMI.RETIRED ACREAGESee
M. Barber 13 6 461 Upon examination, Ford and us for your real estate needs I 1 .
Economy HomeBUILDER Office Phone HE 9.2242 I ,,
P. Barrow 13 6 461J. Spencer found the sludge-llke
McDaniel 13 6 461J. deposit In a number of fiber Residence Phones ID 73691or I
Roberston 15 6 400 pipe and clay tile drains located ID 7.3517 ,.

Buddy Moore and Glen Carle in acid fine sands. They I <-\ --
Lead in Doubles knew the deposits were due primarily ,
to activity of iron bac ONETWOBED
2b 3b Hr
Buddy Moore 4 teria. Iron bacteria are water ROOM HOME CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

Glen Carle 4 organisms found in stagnant

Gordon Worley 2 water, wells, marshes and water Will Build On Your Lot II. CRAIG. Funeral Di. ctor

J. McDaniel 2 pipes. Although the bacteria are in Flagler County Only TORN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
not completely understood,
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PETERSON. TEXACO there that the is considerable organisms derive evidence energy Plans. Furnished- CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED OXYGEN ,
I No
SERVICE from the oxidation of iron Charge ATTENDANT AMBULANCES .. ..J
and from small of
I ROAD SERVICE amounts organic
I matter.Dr. Write to: I Phone ID 7-3532
Light Mechanical Work
P. O. Box 342 Bunnell
R. Patrick, bacteriologist alI t '
437.3441 I
Phone Bunnell
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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Thursday, April 18, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BVNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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India's Former gave only $42,000 to India's re : Most princes were only too 1 a son was bom to one proud .

cent defense fund drive, and : happy to let the governmenttake potentate, he passed out auto PAL PARKER'S INC.

Princes Find said he was too poor to donate over their surplus palacesfor mobiles rather than cigars AutomottT Specialty CtntotBRAKK

more. As a Joke, for he is knownto conversion to luxury hotels An Outing for the Ladle PART'j RELINED ASS L.ABOHPORtt.CU 1LM \ v h ,t

be a tight man with a rupee, and federal offices. KVnoLET-Pl/YMOMTH
Variety of JobsSince Bombay citizens promptly organized Another mahraja lived in a OTHERS .....

Though stripped of old prerogatives replica of Versailles and re 5/40 Mason Ave. Daytona
Nizam Relief Committee
India said "Good Night, a the, princes still have
his courtiers to speak
quired
"to to his aid.
Sweet Prince" to its rally .
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many have awakened to useful New Occupations up palaces and temples of NOTICE Bllll UR
derabad made a om night visit ) PI"&CIFICATIONJNotice

new lives as ordinary rich pea Many of the princes, whose conducting religious festivals, In younger days to a neighbor.Ing U hereby given that the

ple. I. and feeding hordes of relatives, hoard of County Commissioners
i word was once law to 91 million prince, he supposedly took will receive sealed bid until the

Of the nearly 600 princely Indians, have gone into government dependents, and retainers. In along 200 concubines. "The ladles 'th day of May IMS, at the hourof
1 9 tio o'clock A. M. In the officef
realms existing when British I diplomatic service, many cases, the government allowances don't get out much," he is the Clerk of the Circuit Court

rule ended in 1947, none retainsits business, and the professions.One are no more than said to have explained. "I for in the the Flagler following County: Courthouse,

Identity as a separate state maharaja manufacutressoft commensurate with the former thought this might be a> nice out. Oaiollne. regular In bulk. .
1)1..1 Fuel No. I, In bulk. '
In the present-day Republic of drinks. Another who turned : ruler's responsibilities. Ing for them." Diesel Oil >0 weight (MSD(1-fM)

India, the National Geographic in S gal can. ,/'
old how.I
big game hunter conducts tour. i Back on the days Motor 011 SO weight (M8IX3) In

Society says. Incomes and powers 'Isis on tiger hunts for big fees. I II I ever, the potentates lived in an The autonomous states rangedIn 1 qt. cans."i

of the mahraas, rajas, and I The close of the age of rajas atmosphere that would tax' the size from Hyderabad, which ent Motor In 5 Oil gal 10 can weight. Non-Deter,>

nawabs have been drastically of was as big as Great Britain, to Kerosene. '
in 1947 brought about some ex. I Imaginations Hollywood'sleast Chaaala Lube, multl-purp, IS*
curtailed. The royal allowances otic economies. One princely inhibited set designers. tiny realms no larger than as pound pall.

will be cut again by half each I I person In Mysore took to wear. I The world of the mahraja and farms. Some existed before Co. .Gear drum Lube, or equivalent multi-purpose of ,all 100lb. of

generation.Even lumbus discovered America. Others the above.
ing homespun suits-fitted with nawab, as the Hindu and Moslem (1) '
in Bid I to cover a period of one (
the Nlzam of I diamond buttons. Another, with. rulers were respectively were created more recent year from the date: of acceptance
times as favors. The British The Board reserves the right .to
whose very name lIYderabad'1 out regret, reduced his inherited ; known, was one of opulent pa. eject any and all bid.

fantasies of fleet of 99 insatiably hungry ; laces, estates, hunting lodges, East India Company, formed on bated at Bunnell.An.FIrldlthl.*
Ith day 1SU.
pleads austerity. The Nizam elephants to three. I Jewels, and dancing &girls. When the last day of 1600, made treaty c.ofnAC3: AR Chairman
arrangements with the ruling Attests
H. A. 8MYTHB. Clerk
princes. The British Crown la. Board of County Commissioners

ter assumed the protective au. of Flagler County Florida.
April II.II.U-Ito
thorlty acquired by the com
iw TILE CIRCUIT rouiiT.: HV.KNTH .
pany. JUDICIAL! nnci'iT. IN ,
AND KI.AHI.KU OI'NT',

( ( For the most part, though LLOYD nIEfRcA V. HUTCH1N8ON H NO. 4.3O,



69pftft} ( ) () I O) they by breathing a leading were fossils called Indian of "bejeweled feudalism"writer, the, KITTIA L.-va.UUTCJI1NSON.Defendant Plaintiff.DIVORCE ,


princes took their Jobs serious. NOTICE TO APPHAH
TIlE STATIC OF IUTC1UNlOON:
ly in: the closing years of Brit KITTIA L.
ltes dente Unknown
ish rule. "But their failure as You are hereby notified that a
I suit for divorce ha* been III daraln.t
the
class commented London

1ID@1@l fi fift i Times a ,,"to play a prominent part cause and you>ou In are the hereby above required entitled

@1 to serve upon Plaintiff Attorney.
YIIDQW in building the new India left whose name and address appear

them with few' admirers among hereon your written defense, if
any to the Bill of Complaint insaid
the people. suit, on or before the 21thday
of April A. U. IMS. else decree
pro confeo willAbe enteredagainst

The $2.4 million nuclear set you
) WITNEH8 my hand and weal It
ences building being built on the aid court 22nd day of March, A.V.

( ) 1tlly9cj13ll1 0a University of Florida campus IMS([SEAL, ) E. A. BMYTHKClerk 'i'

will provide almost a city block W. L Wadnworth of *ald Court "'I

of space for nuclear research. P. O. Box IMBunnell I .
Florida '
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IIf:. Attorney for Plaintiff
March IS & April .II.U-He _

PH1PPINSSINCLA1RSTATION IN TIIM riHC'l: 'IT COt:IIT OK
ll@1nIID.: .....Acn.J<:u 1:01'NTY' KI.OItlltA
IN rilANCKllV NO. 402:1EUWAltL : Y
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10 gal. gasoline or over, free Plaintiff, .I

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lubrication. Lube and oil DE331E n. vJIADIMY, ', "
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change, free wash. Lubrication IVOTICI TO 1efendant.IIKKK\0 *

only 99c. Pickup an de. THE 8TAT13 OF FU>HIIA. TO: v I

S) .. : livery anytime, phone 437-7J30 S2S DKHSIG3 Bowman R IIAULBY Street ,

lln@1@1 n p. Special wash and wax 1250. Vinton Virginia
You are hereby' notified that a
suit has been!' filed against you In
tho above entitled cause: and you
J Anrll IT. lees are hereby required an.
I.- INVITATION FOR Hll}<* ewer with' the ktfnlhr.o Court,
'The Homing Authority of the and to serve a ropy thereof upon
County of Flagler, Florida, will the plaintiff or Plaintiff attorney,
wORriio receive bid for: whose name an Liability, Fir and Extended JAM";1'1 H. HOLTON
coverage Insurance for not 30 .30I Exchange Bank BIdg,
let than Eighty percent of Ht. Auguitlne, Florida
Total Value. not later than May 3rd, A. IX IMS
Contract Price 20000000. Ir you full to do *o, decree pro .
tells how to get the insects other miss. of low-rent JIrtrlll't\ Fla301A : confeno will bit entered agtlnat
sprays A 80-1 RHT fur the' relief demanded In they.
With the contact and action of on the 30th day of April. 1911. hill of complaint The nature of,
systemic Phosphamidon. .
'The Housing Authority of the aid suit bring for divorce.
County of Fla !ler, Florida reserve. WIT.NKHH my hand and seal of
the right' to relert and All bid*.
any aid
Court this 2nd day of April
COUNTY OF FLAULBR. FLOllIDA. '
(Official Heal)
They had a million places potato insects. H. A. f1MY IIE. "
Dy John N. McIntosh Clerk of said Circuit Court
.' to hide under leaves in the Title. Chairman
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April 4.U.U.U-.to ..
({{ Another good thing. Dated April 17, 1S6J. "
crevices of vines anyplace ex April 1I.26-Ztc l\ Tin (OUIT OK TIIM CU'M, .. I
Phosphamidon is absorbed soquickly Jt'IMJK, Vl.AtH.KH 1'OUNTv:
cept where you could hit 'em WOTICH OK ITNFAII1 UKMVI'KNTTAMaiiLH MTA9'E OF FLOHIUA. IN 1'RO+, jn
that you're not going towith PKIdONAL 1'IIOI'KIITY: e'rE.
an ordinary spray TAVKHA IN KM the Estate of .," '
lose any time in the fields Your provided In Chapter 207M. Act THOMAS JIUTHBUFOUP OLA88 '
of 1141, Notice U hereby given that '
ee@5< Phosphamidon changed workers can be back on the job the tangible personal property TO ALL WHOM IT MAY OONCRimr n.coe"Md i\

aU that. It's one spray that moves j fust a few hours after spraying. delinquent taxes ae*..ed and for beginning 1961 are withApril now Cook Ihas"flied]; by hi*'\final!**\ that report". au 1*. I

lt turn taxes are drawing Executor of the estate of
\ right in for the kill Fast, thor interest of 1% per month plus the (lase. deceased Thomas'Itulherford
"; arJ g It all boils down to this: proportionate COlt of publishing he tiled his petition for final; that dl ''
ough contact kill is a starter this notice, unless the amount .pt and that he will i'charge
apply to
there are two good ways to get >opposite each name below are paid te Honorable T. K. .' \
But then it's absorbed into theplant's before the first day of May, warrant Count. Judge of larler McKnight!
County ,:
rid of stubborn And will be issued .
potato pests. thereon direct Florida on the *thi. day of May: .
system, and finds its way ing levy upon and the leisure of I'll, for approval of '
same and
for j
is both of 'em. the I personal
Phosphamidon : tangible property 01! final discharge a* Executor of .
to places insects hide, safe from the taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penaltle estate of Thomas Rutherford cUa.the. J'\ 1 {
and additional costa. The' deceased!
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on this
.. most other sprays. So you get name of the delinquent personal ... 4th day of April'u. oJ ,. .
Phosphamidon 4 property taxpayer! and the amountof M. T. COOK J. ,..,j i'
.J.,c 'x.. 'em where they live, by remotecontrol" taxes Including and the the first coat of ad.vertlsing Executor of estate Spray is a combination month'spenalty Thomas '
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RuthertorOlass t , ; '
: And 'em are a* follow: hJ'
, you get good. t ee.'i'ld.' .
lurnaed. J K '
contact $10 00 .AprilU'UI54tc I .
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:" Harbour, II. C. 25.00
, .3<5 The kill include*almost and systemic Forvon. J. C. I,no'elllcer fl( '$"
Claude 20,00Tax ..: '.. Vlf, '
f.. ,.., all the worst potato pests. Foxglove insecticide It't a QRTNO I>ALB Collector H. DROWN itb, 3Vlagtrrltrihunr -';.. : ;,1 "

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r aphids, potato aphids, water dispersible April Flagler It-Ite County, Florida . ,'
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buckhorn aphids, green peach liquid, told 111Tl'fl'fE", FLORIDA, '.'".
ltFqIFIIT Ron BID ROIL ,'. :'.
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aphids, leaf hoppers and corn in one-gallon 1't "('IIA'n' OK TIHRKIl : ;'11 .
Notice la hereby given that the' MH8. M.B. FULLER: '' '1, :. ,. ,
t hoard of Commissioners EditorOfflH.I ,( .,
borers. In fact Phosphamidon glass jugs. County of
"I. lagler County will receive sealed \ .
;.. hide on or before May I, 1X3 at 0..1...... .
the hour of 9 00 A. M. In the office r.ItIl..I.. .

:"'\ "Helping the World Crow Better In of the the Flagler Clerk of County the Circuit Courthouse Court lee P.HI. Jlfed"a of frl..ln

CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY P.O.Bos 7067 for C..t", Muaieipaiitle5. """ .' .'
j I '," ,0.1110 DIVISION. ,Orlando Fbddaaaaa.aaawwa.N Purchase and removal of timber
sad the. lute ,; .
\ \ located In certain area north of ( FI.rlii.. .
Taxi Strip and wet of entrance ,. ' .i..tI: ,
at Flagler County Airport. ,; :
Purchase Bid should be stated by Entered a* second Class matter :,: ' 0
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t ord The Board reserves the right' to February I. m j, at the poatomce .t,! +)\>, \1'.J.i
and all bids. at Ounnell, Florida \ '. > .. I
rei 1plnt Bunnell. Florida, this' nndr set ut I..
5th day of April, A. D. 1113. March I. 1171
r, II. COWART. Chairman I.J i3
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F:. A. 8MYTHE. Clerk One_ '."' ** .> r
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Board of County Commissioners
,,,, of Flagler County, Florid Six months ..:.-....-- $j.!. '
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views and on-the-spot reports of sporting events-
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LOCALS

11 "Your Friendly Co-op Store"

SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
ROYAL NEIGHBORS CORONA COMMUNITYCLUB
MEET MONDAY AT I TO SPONSORA QUANTITY RIGHTS
ALLEN HOME GAME PARTY ,
The Royal Neighbors will meet The Korona Community Club RESERVED" '"..
at the home of Eugenia Allen will hold a game party in the
on Monday afternoon, April 22,, St. Mary's Hall at Korona on
e at 3 o'clock. Miss Mae Kelfei Sunday afternoon, April 21, at i.., iE
will be hostess at this meeting two o'clock.!
All an invited to attend and i
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V.F.W. AUXILIARY refreshments will be served
'''', ",..1 ." SPONSORS SUPPER mt< >rem of the club said. THROUGH APRIL 20, 1963
v lness meeting of the
AND RUMMAGE SALE A i iI
The Ladies Auxiliary to the I club win be held on May 5 at i ,
V.F,W. Post :5213 will sponsora 12 P.M. at the St. Mary Hall. : STORE HOURS t -

chicken pilau supper April 20 WEEK DAYS 8:00 a. m. to...............7:00 p. m.
at the Civic Center. They will JANET GAIL PEA VT I +
serve from :5 to 7 P.M. Proceeds I Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Peavy are! SATURDAYS 8:00 a. m. to..9:00 p. m.
from the supper will be givento I parents of a daughter born at:
the Senior Class Trip fund. I I the Halifax Hospital in Daytona I
I The Auxiliary will also holda I I.Beach on April 12. She weighed i "While Last"
rummage sale on April 27 be I seven pounds and has been They
ginning at 9 A.M. The sale will given the name of Janet Gall. 1 I FLAVOR AGED CHOICE.FLORIDA I GRADE A
be on the grounds next /Ito Shel- I
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JAMES PATRICK CHAMBERS i iI
tons Grocery. Music and ref FRYERS
freshments will be< on the Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Chambers CHUCK ROAST "
grounds.Mrs. I Jr., of West Palm Beach, announce I II 450SIRLOIN 1 % LB.
the arrival of a nine!
J D. Barber, who has I! pound son, born April 7. I STEAK 890 Each 59
been confined to the East Coast II He is the grandson of Mr. and:
Hospital for medical treatmentthe Mrs. F. J. Chambers Sr., of Bun! ROUND STEAK 890
past two weeks, is reported I nell WORLD'S BEST
improving. She will be confinedto '
the hospital for several days 'MRS. KENDALL TO SHOULDER ROAST"1 650 GROUND BEEF
before she returns to her home RECEIVE AWARD
here.: I I Mrs. George Kendall was a FAMILY STEAK 690
business visitor in Jacksonville 5 Ibs. $1"
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy May and i Monday. She attended a Store CHUCK STEAK LB.
children, Jeff and Sheryl, of |Manager's meeting of the Mer 590
Rochester, N. Y., are spendingthe I chant's Green Trading Stamp Co.
Easter holidays here and at t She recently was nominated
Flagler Beach for a spring va again this year for the efficiency: YOUR FAVORITE HENDERSON'S YOUR FAVORITE
cation. ;award. DETERGENT MAXWELL HOUSE

i MRS. ROBERT BERTHAIS TIDE SUGAR All GrindsCOFFEE
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kendall of
Augusta, Ga., were called here HOSTESS TO U. D. C. .
last week by the serious illness[I MEMBERS THURSDAYMrs. Each
of his father, John Kendall. Robert Bertha was hostess lS 5 U. 1 Lb.
to the U.D.C. meeting Thurs. < I I
Miss Diana McKnight of Pitts. day afternoon at her home In ,
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burgh, Pa., visited here duringthe Bimini.In LARGE
Easter vacation with her the absence of the president SAVE 18c SAVE 19c SAVE 20c
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc Mrs. Bertha presided over
Knight Jr., and her grandmother I I the business meeting. The annual Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or
Mrs. J. D. Barber, who Is a election of officers was More Food Order More Food Order More Food Order
patient in the East. Coast Hos J'held and all officers were reelected -
pital. to serve another year.
Re-elected were: Mrs. Walter v ENERGY
Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth of Haw- Knight president; Mrs. Robert U I/ I I ,
thorne visited here during the Bertha, vice president; Mrs. H.T. BLEACH
Easter holidays with her son Cook secretary; Mrs. Gene FANCY SELECTBANANAS AND
and daughter In law Mr. and Knight treasurer; Mrs. R. W. ICE CREAM
Mrs. William Wadsworth and Deen, Jr., registrar Mrs. M. B.
family. Fuller, historian Mrs. Charles PIE Q t.
Cowart. chaplain. fOe 13
'1f' Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chambers Mrs. Bertha served tasty Hun. AUTOCRATALL
visited In Claxton Ga.. duringthe garian pastries from the refresh. FLAVORSICECREAM
Easter holidays with rela ment table which was centered Limit One Please
tives. with a beautiful arrangement of CELLO I
yellow and white glads and
:Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers mums. Arrangements of sweet C lROTS! V4 GAL 5ge STRIETMANN'SPECAN
spent several days last week in peas in pastel colors were used
West Palm Beach for a visit ..In the rooms where the guests BAG80 ..
.. Winter Garden 20 Oz.
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambers were assembled. -4
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Jr., and to meet their new I
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.... grandson who arrived April 7. SUNKIST PIES
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NOTICE DOZ. 3ge EACH 2ge 47cCHICKENOFTHESEA


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,. f RICHARD M. ANDERSON TUNA u" Chunk E.C..,290 PEANUT BUTTER Ea 590


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RESENTS UNDSAY.FRAZIERORUNDSAY SOFT f 3 For 57c SALT '4: t Each 90

WATER. FOR SALES OR SERVICE CONTACTMR. SHURFINE TALL CANNED HUNTS BIG 20 OZ.

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DAYTONA BEACH FLA.
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SLICED PEACHES 29C

Birdseye FROZEN BABY 10 oz. pkg.
7 LIMA BEANS 25cto

TRADE YOUR f.

OLD BROOM :yr Our DAIRY

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Graham Crackers 33 c
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FOLGER'S "Mountain Grown"COFFEE
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GardeningIn
mix one teaspoon of 6.6.6 fertilizer folk songs and dances, and re
.6c-6 for every two quarts of late fireside tales and primitive
A Glass Folk Festival
soil. When you put the soil in superstlttlons, Miss Boltin said.

(Continued from Page 5)) If you're the type that has a the container, you can level it Foster On the various programs will
FORDS ENTERTAIN yearning for a flower garden but off if it is to be seen from all Stephen be Seminole Indians, whip-

I G. A. GIRLS AT you don't have the time or space aides. Or you can form it into I The eleventh annual Florida crackers shape-note singers, old

HAMBURGER:: FRY for one, then perhaps a terra slopes, depressions and various I Folk Festival to be held May time fiddlers, water witchers
rlUm Is the answer to your prob. shapes If it is to be seen main. 13.4.5 at the Stephen Foster Me. dulcimer and harmonica players,
Girls
Intermediate G.A.
The I ly from one side. j mortal will be presented in straw-beaters, and scores of other
I of the First Baptist Church of I
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3. of the with than
Bunnell and their invited guests, terrarlum Is a miniature Any following plantscan seven programs more
enjoyed a hamburger party garden enclosed In either a be grown: fairy footprints, 2,000 persons appearing on the ly and in groups
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Monday night at the R. E. Ford round glass globe, an aquarium, partrldgeberry, maidenhair fern, stage In the three-day period. The festival is sponsored by

j! home, Bacher St or another type of clear glass African violets, creeping fig, Plans) for the colorful event the Stephen Foster Memorial
container. English ivy, phioldendron scan were announced by Thelma A. Commission, the Stephen Foster
Mrs. Walter Knight spent two According to T. J. Sheehan, or dens and snake plant Boltin, special events director at Folklore Guild and the Florida
: V days this week In the Riverside namental horticulturist with the 4. Set the plants at the same the Foster Memorial, who said Federation of Music Clubs. Programs
..Hospital in Jacksonville for a Florida Agricultural Experiment depth they were growing previ that all folk dancing, singingand are scheduled Friday and
*. medical checkup. Stations, terrariums artificially ously. If you use narrow mouth many other features will be Saturday, May 3.4, aft 10 A. M.
... ., produce an ideal atmosphere for I containers, you will have to usea presented on a shady outdoor and 7:30: P. M.t with the concluding
'.'Dickie Mercer underwent surgery growing numerous plants that long pair of tweezers and I stage overlooking the historic program, built on a religious -
r at the Halifax Hospital In could n6t survive the normallydry I planting sticks in planting j Suwannee River. theme at 3 o'clock Sunday -

Daytona Beach Tuesday. He Is atmosphere of the average 5. A glass cover helps to keep The principal purpose of the May 5.Enrollment.

reported as responding very home. I I the humidity up and preventsthe "festival, Miss Boltin said, is "to
nicely at press time. "In addition, the lustre and terrarium from drying out keep flourishing the traditional
at the Universityof
'I reflection of the glass add beauty I too rapidly. It should not be1 I expressions which reflect life as Florida is expected to reach

Richard Yelvington, son of that Is not possible In open fastened too tightly, since it I'our forefathers lived It in FlorIda the 20,000 mark in 1975. The
Mrs. Laura Yelvington of Bun arrangements," notes Sheehan. I must be removed for a few hours in the United States, and in present figure is almost 14,000
nell, has been transferred from Terrariums are relatively' aim to ventilate the terrarium when I I other countries from which our students.
Chicago to Tucson, Arizona, pIe to construct Once establish. :' the sides have collected an I people have come."
where he will be Stationed. He ed, they are easy to maintainand abundance of moisture. I Thousands of Floridians and .--
i is with the U. S. Treasury De. will thrive for long periods I '6. Watering is not a problem I I Georgians, as well as tourists I

partment. with minimum care. since plants in a terrarium re from many states, descend on Community
The type of container you select quire only a small amount. !!! this small community the first Memorial Church
. THANK YOU for the terrarium should be I Water only when the surface of weekend in May each year to I
In deep appreciation to my suitable to the room where it the soil becomes dry, and then I i I participate in the many events, I II tater.den.minatl.nalAIR

friends for the cards, flowers, will be used. Choose your con add enough water to just moisten or to watch the highly dlversl- I CONDITIONED
gifts, food and visits while I tamer for ease of planting. Re. the soil. i(i{I I fled series of programs. from I II Dayton Av..

was in.the hospital. member, the smaller the open. "The plants will survive long a small beginning, the festival FLAGLER BEACH

. And thanks to the hospital. ing. in the container the more periods without fertilizer," Sheehan I I has grown over the years into I Sunday: School 10:00 A. M.
'start for their kindness. difficult It will be to plant. states. He points out that I one of Florida's major spring Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Clarice Taylor. Sheehan recommends that you "the object is to keep the plants time entertainment events.
H. W DICKKBT, PaetorWELCOMB
then follow these steps: healthy but growing slowly, Just I I Costumed participants from E'ERYO? n
1. Place at least one inch of i short of a starvation diet. dozens of Florida cities, towns
THE BOOK NOOK ..,.... .& : !!o.1 .
peat-size gravel in the container In conclusion, the horticulturist I f

1 THE ROBE bottom. Terrariums are easy to instructs growers to keep the
By Lloyd C. Douglas overwater and the gravel will ,terrarium away from direct sunlight -
take care of excess water. r ,, as the plants grown in I 24 Hour
The lots were cast, Marcellus, -
Wrecker Service
The water will filter down Into terrariums are those naturally
the young Roman Centurion,
the gravel and remain thereto adapted to growing in dark,
motioned to his slave Demetriusto
serve as a reservoir, gradually damp areas in the woods. 'I
they place called the Christ robe with of this his other man returning to the soil by capillary I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co,

belongings. movement as, the soil on I Camp Century, an under Ice
top dries out j base on Greenland 886 miles MASSEY-FERGUSON
Little did he know what a I
great change this was to bring 2. After the gravel is in place, |I from the North Pole has an Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
cover it with three to four Inchesof atomic power plant which pro I
aboutjn his' life. It marked the 10/7-3242
DECKER Phone
: VRGIL,
t a good organic, soil mixture. L!vides a two-year supply of heat. -
of his conversion.Marcellus' .
1, beginning growing faith is A mixture of one part by volume I}I Might and power on '43 pounds I I Owner Bunnell, FloridaWere
of peat to one part sandy of uranium.
challenged by many forces. .
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Dianne, Marcellus love, is .' .....:..., .. ... . . .. ..
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by far the most beautiful girl. \ i:: .,
V> B anywhere around. She 1 Is being come bigger potatopro fits! '.. ". '
courted by a very harsh man '
who would make her marry EE ., .,
him. Her very life is being
threatened. Will Marcellus reach ii'; >t JL

her In time? e ,asoo :. ,yx
What great effect does this tuo>r aan:4
robe of Christ have on Marcel \
t'us' and his life? What Is the

fate of Dianne? What happened
to the robe? All of these ques A't
tions are answered in this thrill
'} ing novel of mystery, suspense, 4Y

love, heartbreak, triumph, and
hope, '
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FIREMENS BALL FRIDAY METHODIST CHURCH\ ; << IJii41 1i1 1 1i1i1i1

Friends of the Flagler Beach The children of the church i
firemen who have not bought I school are still saving canceled I II j1w1- it 4 I'
tickets for !the dance tomorrow postage stamps which will be i WHERE
night are urged to call HE 9.2175 I sent to pay for milk and to PRICES GOOD QUANTITY
now, due to the limited numberof I help deliver surplus foods to FRIENDS THURS., FRI., SAT., APRIL 18-19-20 RIGHTS
tickets. needy people around the! world. MEET RESERVEDALL

The Bunnell High-Tones are Anyone having stamps they OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S. CHOICE BEEF NATURALLY AGED
furnishing the music for the I. wish to contribute may give AND GUARANTEED TENDERU.
dance. them to any church school mem
ber. A small margin is needed S. CHOICE

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS around Church each school stamp.time Is 9:45: SIRLOIN

Election of new officers were A.M. and worship hour is at '
ROUND STEAK
lb. 89
held last Wednesday at the 11 A. M. with Rev. Reynold
Woman's Club meeting. New officers I Hoover, minister. GLIB
are: I The annual convention of the
Mrs. Jasper White, president;I Florida Conference Woman's Society U. S. CHOICEBONE
Mrs. Clarence Shultz, first vice! of Christian Service will '
president; Mrs. Frank Brede,1;I be held at the Community
second vice president; Mrs..:I Church in Daytona Beach on T- STEAK Ib. 98'FRESH
Charles Sindelar, recording secretary I April 232425. The DeLand Distract -
: Mrs. E. P. Fleurie, corresponding :I WSCS is the hostess group.
secretary; Miss Emily Thursday, April 25, at 6:30P. LEAN COPELAND'S LEAN MEAT
Gage, treasurer; and Mrs. M. the DeLand District Men's
Heydt and Mrs. Givens, dele. Club will meet in St. Augustine. Ground u '
<
gates to attend the FFWC con. Dinner reservations may be Beef 49 Franks 39<
vention at Palm Beach. given to Leonard Johnson not CelloTaste ,
Hostesses for the day were I later than April 22. the Difference
Mrs. Alfred Juengllng and Mrs.I
Frank Brede. Installation of new WSCS ELECTS NEW OFFICERSThe CENTER CUT LYKE'S CANNEDForkChops14 '
officers will be on April 22 at Flagler Beach Woman's
2 P.M.: at the club house. Theme Society of Christian Service held < '
for the Installation will be election of officers Thursday during 69 Picnics $198
"Over the Rainbow," and lunch (their business meeting. Can
will be at 12:30 preceding the Those elected were:
meeting at the Ocean Spray 'Mrs. Keith Lovell, president;
restaurant For reservations call I Mrs. Ray Lehr, vice president; Palm River Sliced Bacon lb 49FOLGER'S '
Mrs. Massie or Mrs. Shultz. Miss Emily Gage, recording sec. .
:retary; Mrs. Bob Whitney, treasurer .
FBSE CHILDREN ; and secretaries of: Spiritual .
ENJOY EGG'HUNT Life, Mrs. Lester Stanton; HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE

The first grade of the Flagler I er missionary Hoose; promotion education,, Mrs.Mrs. Rog.Inez Lb. 5 Lb.
Beach Elementary School was Crenshaw; Christian Social Re. COFFEE 39 SUGAR 39
the guest of Mrs. Jack Robinson I lations, Mrs. Harry Treadwell; Bag
last Thursday afternoon for I supply work Mrs. Fred Marks; CHOICE OR YOUR CHOICE
OR
YOUR
Hunt. I
an Easter Egg
of children youth, and student
The second grade visited at work, Mrs. Jack Meekins; literature FOLGER'S INSTANT BAKERITE
Mrs. R. F.' McDanlels for their I.
and publications, Mrs. Hugh
'
Easter' Eg JfHunt Arnold. s oz.
The third and fourth grades I Installation will be during the Coffee 69 SHORTENING349lb.Jar
school
hunting> on the
enjoyed
I worship hour on the first Sun.
grounds while the fifth and sixth day In June. The WSCS meets Limit One With $5.00 or More Limit One With $5.00 or More
grades enjoyed Easter; parties in,,the second Thursday in each Food Order Food Order
their rooms.COMMUNTY. month. I

i 2% SHURFINE 2V2 FOOD KING
CHURCH j 11
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Walrath
Sunday school convenes at are returning to their home In II 00
9:45: A. M. each Sunday with Detroit, Michigan, next week Peaches 1 PEARS $1
classes for all ages. At the 11 after spending the past two For Por
o'clock worship hour Rev. 'R. W. months here with Mrs. Myrtle
Dickert will speak on "The Streeter. Mr. Walrath Is Mrs. ....
Proofs of the Rapture of Jesus Streeter's brother.. I
Christ." I I II I 303 RED DART ITALIAN GREEN BEANS

Mr. and Mrs. John Lawlor ar Mrs. Rose Seckner is enjoyinga I 303 SUN-LITE TOMATOES
rived Sunday from Toronto, visit from her daughter, Mrs. ;
Canada, to'spend their tenth I Marie DlSte.fano of Albany, N. Y. I 5 % OZ. CAN DAWN MUSHROOM STEAK SAUCE
annual Easter vacation in Flag. who is spending some time here.
ler Beach. The Lawlors have They have been enjoying motor'I
purchased a lot In Flagler Beach I trips to different sextons of the!I Mix or Match 10 1 for 1KRAFTS 00
and they plan to retire and move state. -
down in the not distant future. ,I (Continued on Page 10)I!I

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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 18, 1963
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2I I I suIt from contaminated soil carried lation stood at 5,499,000, mid. I DRY SOUTHWEST AFRICA
Treat Soil ForChrysanthemum !
p 5ffrlgr foeach i on tools and shoes. Heavy year. This represented a five- Parts of South-West Africa are
I rains can also wash contaminated year increase 'of 19 per cent so dry that one mining center
soil into the bed. Becauseof "Because total income grewat must distill fresh water from
1" (Continued from page 9) I this, it Is best to be careful a faster rate (29 per cent) the sea and even condense some
r 1 WMU ASSOCIATION I Ir I I I I Were your fall chryanthe- i not to work the soil any ,more than population, the per capita water from fog.
mums wilted, blighted, spottedor than is necessary after treat. income was also pushed upward, I I
MEETINGThe I I
I I
deformed? If so, they were ment. but at a lower rate: 8 per cent I i
Flagler Beach Baptist probably suffering from a dis I to reach $2,007 last The
year. GLASS
EQUAL TO GEMSTONES
Church held the quarterly meet I I
ease-producing fungi or bacteria.Dr. .
capita tax amounted to $561
Ing of the St. Johns River Association . E. L. Hobbs, assistant Federal State during per that year, up 16 per cent I(I The ancient Egyptians con
; Woman's Missionary pathologist at the Gulf Coast I In five years"Six sidered glass to be of'equal
Union last Thursday. The theme I I Experiment Station, a unit of Tax Take Shows I value to gemstones and precious
of the meeting was "Fostering the Florida Agricultural Experiment metals because it then was so
Our, Youth." Mrs. Clarence1yeaver Stations, gives some point. Rapid IncreaseFloridians hundred tons of minerals difficult and expensive to make.
local WMU president, era on how to prevent the re. are carried off In the water of Colored glass often was com-
.welcomed the large crowd that currence of this unsightly mal paid a total tax bill !Florida's Silver Springs every. 24 bined with gold and gems in
attended( and Mrs. G. Ray, the ady this fall. of $3,060,576,000 to federal, state hours. jewelry.
"St. Johns River Association presIdent "The first step toward success and local governments duringthe
presided over the business : fully growing mums," he says,I I fiscal year ending mid-1962,
the Florida State Chamber of
meeting. I "is to grow them in disease-free FOR
Guest speakers Included: Miss soil. This can be accomplished Commerce reported in its Week.
Mary Susan Brannam, Mrs. J. B. by moving !them to a new spot I I ly Business Review. PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

Crain, Mrs. L. S. Sheffield, Mrs. In the garden each year. How. "This tax bite showed a 38 per CANCER
W. C. Baughman. Mrs. Clyde ever, this may not always fit cent gain in five years and was
Rozier and Mrs. O. F. Alford. into your garden plan or you I I 7 per cent more than In 1961. AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.

Others who were also active may run out of new space, so "Making up last year's total 1
the meeting were: Mrs. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
during treating the soil with chemicals were $1,782,073,000 in federal
Atlee Stevens, Mrs. John Clegg to kill the disease organismsmay taxes collected and 'hidden' federal ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
and Mrs. V. J. Major. A covered be a better solution." taxes, up 32 per cent In five
dish lunch was. enjoyed by all "Several good chemicals can years; state taxes of $636,828-
following the meeting. 'be obtained for treating your I 000, up 34 per cent; county (taxes
soil," /the scientist states. "These amounting to $356,475,000, up 59 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT'
BAPTIST CHURCH include Mylone, Vapam and per cent; and municipal taxes
.. Sunday school Is at 9'45 A.M. VPM." totaling $285,200,000 a gain of AMBULANCES
and worship hour at 11 A. M. "All of these," he stresses, 69 per cent In the five years. I PHONE VAlley 4-1625
Training Union will be at 6:45: "can be applied by the home "The total personal income > >VICE
P.M. and evening worship at gardener by carefully followingthe received by Floridians last year ST. AUCUSTWE. FLORIDA
7:45: P. M. manufacturers' directions." came to an estimated Never be hesitant
about calling Garda
a Ambulance We
j Rev. and Mrs. Atlcc Stevens Prior to application, keep the 000,000, up 29 per cent $10,597'-1
I and son, Cameron, are vacation. soil wet for at least two weeks. years ago while taxes are always at your service with promptness, safety and

I ing in Lancaster, Pa. They also Following treatment, cover the 38 per cent. However, both taxes experience
stopped In Jacksonville for a area with plastic for three or and income gained at the same I
Equipped With
Oxygen Resusitator
and
Inhalator
fo,'I : few days with Rev. Stevens' four days. Planting should be rate, 7 per cent, 1961 to 1962.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aftlee delayed for at least two weeks "A third force, populationgain Garcia Funeral Home
Stevens, Sr. A student from after the cover is removed must,,be considered In any
Stetson University will supply Dr. Hobbs warns home gar. examination of taxes and In- P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
the pulpit for the next two deners that recontamination ofa ,come/ / the trade body empha LADY ASSISTANT "

Sundays.Mrs. chrysanthemum bed can re sized._ ,'Ii\,1962, Florida's popu vvwwwwwvwvwNOW .!.......................",........:...............J"."..............
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Ann Deen from Hlnesville .I
Ga. spent the holidays ') .

visiting and daughter with, Mr.her and son Mrs.In law W. SEE ..WHAT NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

E. Fennell. Jr., and sons, Brad
and Billy. ,.'

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k:
.' ; Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover
had as their guests over 'the
, holidays their daughter, Mrs.
Lee Roney, and granddaughters,
Marda and Jill, front Jackson/
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GARDEN CLUB NEWS
Mrs. Leola Jones and Mrs.
Betty Strum were hostesses to T
the Garden Club meeting last 1
week. Beginning at 10 o'clocka
work shop was held and after
lunch there was a business '
meeting. 63. CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPER SPORTFront

Election of officers for the new
yea r were: Mrs. Leola Jones,
president; Mrs. Marie Brede, vice
president; Mrs. Ruth Brandt, recording .
secretary; Mrs. Sarah
Martell, corresponding secretary;
and Mrs. Clyde Duensing, treas.
urer.
Plans were made for a Game
Party to be held at the Woman's
Club building on April 18. Pro
ceeds from the party will go to I
the beautification and replacing
shrubbery In the City Park.
I The Club received a check for Front buckets and Impala elegance. Solid, quiet Body by Fisher. With Powerglide* or the 4-speed
$25.00 from Mrs. W. Green to
,. be used on the park fund. Mr.
Whittier will purchase the fertilizer

needed.Installation ._ ._ _, SUPER SPORT
of officers will be
held on May 14 with a luncheon
meeting at the Woman's Club
,
house building


ORIGIN OF "OLD IRONSIDES"
Origin of the famed American
frigate Constitution's nickname,
"Old Ironsides," is explained In

the National Geograhpic Soci smooooth engine choices. Comfortilt* is what we call it.Super .
ety's book, Men Ships, and the CHEVROLET :
Sea. The name came from a Sport tyuipnunt' it atailablt on both Chevrolet Impala Contertiblt .' .
''t gunner who saw solid shot ana Sport Cow p. (shown abort). 'Optional at extra cott. ;',

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