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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 25, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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It+, : Bunnell's New i Flagler's Monhtly Group Perfects I Brownie Troop County Offices


,.j Post Office is i Social Security Nursing Council I Toured Tribune Annual AuditsComplimentary

II Check is $34,836Monthly I Plant Thursday
: Dedicate I II For
::1? old-age, survivors, : Community I -
s and disability Insurance benefitsin I I II I Brownie Troop No. 701 visited
f Bunnell's new postofflce buildIng I Flagler County now top I I The Flagler Community Nursing .I the Tribune office and printing Copies of annual audits of sev-
f was dedicated Sunday afternoon I $34)3:; .OO, MeH)! D. Eadie Social. Council met last Thursday, plant last Thursday aft rl'oon. eral county offices and of'-.the \
I with appropriate ceremony Security District Manager in : morning at the courthouse to I They observed the newspapers East Flagler Mosquito Control I II
Daytona each said today on complete the organization ot the being run through the printing : District have been received, and
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,v.. releasing' his annual county council. press and folder., At the conclu '.very little criticisms were pre J
.. the dedicatory< address. BHS band I benefit data report i i I After selection of the' name, sion of the tour they were presented . sented by the auditors. :
opened ceremonies with several The new monthly figure rep. !I these persons were elected offl- a copy ,of'The Tribune : The audit of the Board of
selections. I resents an increase of 22 percent ,i' cers: Thomas Duncan, president; with their name stamped' it i i County Commlsslqners said 'The I Ii
John A. Clegg. member of the i over the corresponding peri- I I Becky Clegg, vice-president; I I I along with other mementos of I II I i financial condition -and management I
t board of county commissionerswas cd of last year. I 1!I Catherine Wilson, secretary; and I the trip. ot finances: were, good.
masterof ceremonies. "This Increase can be attributed I H. V. Peavy treasurer. President I I. The following troop members Budgets were well prepared and
Eighth District Congressman D. to the changes in the I I Duncan named Eula Fuller as I II made the ,tour: Kathy Harper, ''followed. Where necessary,
R. (Billy) Matthews made a law In recent yearS, as well as !,I temporary publicity chalman. Barbara Cowart, Vivian Arnold,!j I amendments .were made to prevent
I short talk complimenting the to the growth of our aged population I I The purpose of the council (Is I Martha Hornsby, Elaine Skolar, over expenditures.'*" .
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people In general for their pro- ," Mr. Eadie said. "' "This'I to extend the public health ,Cherry Wadsworth, Jean Hart, I i I The audit of the mosquito district .
f, 'gresslveness, and pointing'out money stimulates county business ,, nursing service in Flagler Coun !I Sheila Johnston, Kathy Ryder, said Its affairs, both financial
that Sunday was an appropriate ; most of It is spent for food, ':ty to Include home nursing j I Christine Higglnbotham, Donna and management were very
, l day for the dedication because, clothing, and shelter." care. |I Stefllk, Martha Lovelady, Pam good.
r the United States I Is a land of "There Is no longer any doubt j I Services rendered will Include 'I White, Jackie Murray, Kim Pazy- For the clerk of the circuit
Christian people who established : that social security benefits are In addition to the regular pro. nlak and Cheryl Kinney. |i I court (who Is also clerk to- the

and maintain a nation of I i if' helping to stabllze the Income gram, bed baths, surgical dressings The Brownies were board of county commissioners)
law. He added that "by having and spending power of, many I i hypodermic Injections and ed by Troop Leader accompanl'l II the audit was for the period of
f faith In our fathers" this nation residents In Flagler 1!special maternity and newborncare. i Assistant Leader February 8, 1961, the beginningof
i can remain a nation governed'by Some 561 Flagler County.1 These services will be given I worth, and Mrs. Michael Pazy- his term of office. "All col.
lava / : collecting benefits as of Decem I I only if ordered by a physician. niak and young son Michael. (i i lections of record were account. ('
Mr. Manley said In his address ber 31, 1962. i' A small fee will be charged. j i ed for, and receipts were Issued
that the post office- is,'the most I Plans are also being made for a I' I for all collections. Resources of
More people In Flagler Coun
j ;commonly used facility of government loan closet for the health de BROOKS AND CREAL I the office were adequate to cover
ty, he said, could draw social j
.. ; that It serves all pea security benefits if they knew partment. ATTEND F.B.I. MEET all liabilities of record..
pIe, and that It Jfs operated After working on the by-laws This audit stated, however
strictly for' service to the people. I I'P more about the law, and for I and charter application, the Sheriff Homer Brooks and that "insurance required by Sec.
S' He said, that the pbstomce cane that reason they are urged to i II group selected the third Thursday Charles Creal, president of Citizens 219.02 Florida Statutes, for protection .
with visit or call the local social security I of each month Bank, attended a "bank. I I of not
pot compete private "big: as a meeting public money was
business"' because hundreds of office whenever they have ; day. Ing" conference with membersof provided by the board of county I
a question! concerning their benefits I the Federal Bureau of Investigation "
small I commissioners the clerk.
offices "cannot be automated I Attending the meeting were: or by
as Is'being done In some or responsibilities.I Louise Taylor, Naomi Pelllcer, In Daytona )Beach Wed All records were kept precisely.The .
of the largest offices. The following table shows the Marie Muzyka, Catherine Wilson nesday morning! ,county Judge's audit said ..'
t\"I number and amount of each H. V. Rev. W. L.SplceivJK .. Sheriff Brooks, said that the "All collections accounted
\ Occupying the platform with ,Peavy, e
Cong. "Matthew and Mr. Man- type ot monthly benefit., >f1dJ iV ; Thomas Duncan, Imo. meeting ,waiit ,the purP.os': of for. A balanced cash book was '"
? ley were: Ray Mercer, postmast- Flagler. County, as" of December: j gene Strickland, Becky Clegg, discussing prevention of robbery not kept, otherwise financial'
-' f er; Rev, W. L. Splcer and Rev. 31, 1962. 'i and Eula Fuller.'GEORGE and other banking crimes. f records were generally well kept. 1
Group No Amt.
Joe A. Tolle, Delpho Hackney, receiving I I Employees were bonded and n r
Retired worker 299 $22, 71 i I
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postal inspector Dr. Fred M. burglary and robbery insurancewas
DEEN. JR.
LEGION MEETINGIN
Wife
I or dependent
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Bolden, owner of the building. I provided husband 73 2,993 RECEIVES DEGREE JACKSONVILLEThe "
funds. I'
Others on the platform were:
.I Mrs. Virginia High and A. M.J. Widow widower, dependent i i AND COMMISSIONGeorge Constitutional Conferenceof Of the sheriff's office, the au I II
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or parents 2,257
McDaniel former postmasters; I Mothers and children 89 3,166 E. Deen, Jr., son of Mr. The American Legion Fifth dlt said in the general statement
George Moody Sr.. pioneer resident Disabled workers and Mrs. George E. Deen of Ath- District will be held In Jackson. I : "Collections of record
; Leona Moody Knight, I and 63 ens, Ga., received his degree at yule Saturday and Sunday. were properly accounted for by
dependents 3,849
former postmater \ at 'Flagler I the University of Georgia March Post members here who 'have remittances or by cash on hand.
Beach; Mrs. Ketus Holland, I 22. lie also received his commission announced that they will at I Budgets were prepared and fol
I' I whose mother was once post : Stephen Foster of Second Lieutenant in the tend the conference are Mr. and lowed. Records are well kept
master here; H. V. Peavy mayorof I U. S. Alrforce. He will spend Mrs. Victor Buckles and A. M. I{ and pre-numbered receipts were
Bunnell. Folk FestivalSet some time at Fort Eustis, Va. before McDaniel. (' issued for all collections of rec-
History of the office here is leaving on assignment over- ord."

rather sketchy, but lit Is Known for May 3-4-5 seas In West Germany. I
that an office was opened prior I Lt Deen is the grandson of School Marks : Walter Bankowski
to 1903 with J. H. Hyden post- I The Florida Folk Festival will Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Deen of ;
master. Then it was closed for take on some of the aspects of\ Ocala, and the nephew of Mr. Library WeekBy : Funeral
some reason then being opened the old-time, three-ring circus I and Mrs. Dean Holland of Bun Tuesday
later the same year ,with I. I. during its 11th annual renewalat
nell.His Gloria Harding Library AsstThe I Funeral services for Walter
Moody as postmaster He was the Stephen Memorial at parents are former residents ; Bunnell High School Library I I Bankowski, 75, were held Tues.I .
succeeded by Mrs. Minne Johns White Springs May 3-4.5, Thel- of Bunnell. His father is Club Is very proud to announce I' day morning at the Craig Funeral
ton Deen. Since there Is not ma A. Boltln, director of the a graduate of Bunnell High that this week is Nation. I I Home Chapel, with Fr. J. A. \
available any records prior to colorful event, said today. School In a class of the early al Library Week We are usingas Blyn of St Pauls Polish Nation.al -
1930 possibly others occupiedthe "Of course the main perform. 1930's. His mother Is the former our theme "Read-The Fifth I Church officiating.
office. It is known that a ance will continue to be on the Zelda, Harrell.DISTRICT. Freedom. .Enjoy It." II I Mr. Bankowski died last Friday I'
Mr. Knapp was postmaster along Memorial's outdoor stage over- I The Library Club Is doing a''' night in the Veterans Hospital I II
I In 190910. looking the Suwannee River," MEET OF number of things this week in I I in Lake City after a linger- t
B.: F. Buchanan served from Miss Boltln said, "but we
are celebration of National Library ing illness. Ht was a member of
METHODIST MENThe
about 1920 to 1922, being followed : planning a multitude of associated Week. the local post of The American f
that year by J. L. Ambrose:' or satellite activities to Deland District Methodist Our main event for the week Legion and the Catholic Church.
from Sept 1922 to 1930, and w.as' entertain visitors at several Mens Club will meet this evening will be our guest speaker, Dr. He was a a veteran of World ,
followed by his wife, Lucy Ambrose i points in the park. (Thursday) at 6:30 at Grace Jesus Rodriquez. He is a Cuban War I.
who served until March, "For example, there will be; Methodist Church In St. Augus I. refugee who has been living in He was born in Poland and r I II "
1931; H. E. Duttenhaver MarCh'i a Punch and Judy show for children i tine. It Is a dinner meeting and Daytona Beach. He will makean came to the United States in
5, 1931 to May 1935; A. I there will be two arts and reservations are needed. : appropriate talk :to the students I 1910. lie came here from Newark
Daniel, May 21, 1935 to March crafts tents with a wide variety I I Annual election of officers will (7-12) on Friday. N. J. about 12 years ago.
4, 1945; ,H. M. Benson, March 5, of products, exhibits will be be held during the business ses i islon. There has been special bul Survivors Include: his widow
1945 to April 1954; Mrs. VirginiaB. shown In the Carillon Tower and letin boards made in the library, 'Jadwiga Bunnell; two sons,
High, May I, 1954 to Sept 30, Foster Museum, and several I I Guest speaker will be Dr. D. the hall, and In the cafeteria Casmlr, Newark and Henry of
1955; and the present postmaster, groups plan to serve meals rep- Stewart Patterson of Washing pertaining to National Library Woodbine, N. J; three brothers,
Ray Mercer, from 1955 to now. resenting various nationalities."We 'I. ton, D. C., general secretary of Week. Stanley, Steve and Frank, of
plan to have any number -I the Methodist commission on Some of the Library Assistants Poland.
MUSIC RECITAL i of participation events togive camp activities. have told stories to the elementary Graveside services were con
NEXT TUESDAYProf. spectators an opportunityto grades and have given ducted by members of The
get acquanlted with folk V. F. W. AUXILIARY them book marks. While still American Legion Post Craig I 4
Theodore H. Weber, whois singers, dancers, water wltchers, ELECTS OFFICERS others have given book reviews Funeral Home was in charge of
teaching piano and organ, announces whip crackers, and other per and author biographies: for the arrangements.Street :
that his pupils will formers. A folk dance workshop The Auxiliary to the Veteransof newspaper.Our I
give a recital at the First Baptist Is scheduled and we plan to Foreign Wars, Post 5213, will Library Club Is Joining lighting originated in \
Church in Bunnell next Tuesday have folk singing and dancing hold an election of officers to. clubs all over the nation In the London early in the 15th century. f'
evening April 30, at 7:30.. get-togethers after the regular night (Thursday) at 8 o'clock, celebration this week. All shops and house owners on
The public is cordially Invitedto programs. Mrs. Taylor president of the Remember our theme: "Read- certain streets were required to i'
attend, Mr. Weber said. (Continued on page 8) I Auxiliary, announced. Our Fifth Freedom. .Enjoy It" hang out lanterns at sunset.




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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. Thursday, April 25, 1963

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V. F. W. 'Ab a H door injury that prevented' him I j i iI I r spent her entire life as a :arm !

,T. Bratche: 1 0 0.I from siking his batting average. girl In Connecticut. Luxury '

G. Rgvel 1 0 01M. I. John Cody's three hits Friday I beauty and elegance were onlya

S4RrS ( Barber 3 2 11 I put him in the big ten. Ty fantasy to her.

I P. Barrow 3 0 1 !Whittaker, broke Into the big 10. I
Then an Invitation came from
M. Durance 3 0 0;i
a distant,relative. He was Nicholas
G. Roberston 2 '!' BIG TEN LEADING HITTERS I
0'j'j''I Van Ryn and his manor
i "N" W. AUman 0 I Ab H Arg
: r: f.'S' home on the Hudson was almosta
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_ TY. Whittaker 2 0 0'M. Robinson 23 14 608 with servants.
palace
M. Kelly 2 0 0 G. Worley 25 13 520 many
IDLEWOOD CLUB HOME RUN ;J. Robertson 311 K. Roberston 1 0 0 G. Carle 22 11 500E. Johanna, Nicholas's wife, did
BEATS METHODIST TEAM R Creal 100C. 500 not have a son to be his heir
L. Bunno 1 0 0 Rice 189
( Johnson 100 but Instead a daughter and
and I J. Taylo- 1 0 0 J. Cody 20 10 500
Jimmy McNab Buddy
'held this
C. Clegg.rw 300 Nicholas always against -
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Butch 0 0 0 Ty Whittaker 10 5 500
Moore hit home runs In the first
J. Bertha 1 0' 0 her. Johanna died and
C. KOczwanskt 2 1) 1 B. Moore 14 7 500B. '
Inning to give them eight runs.
C. Herr 1 0 0 I Geller 21 10 476 within a year Miranda became,
Moore's home run was his sec B. I Nicholas's wife.
ond of the season. John Cook T. Geller 000 201 i 22 3 3 'J. McDaniel 19 9 473

hit a home run In the bottomof Splcer F. B. C. Ab a H M. Durrance 17 8 470 To live in such a place and

the first for the F. M.C. I I Barker 3 1 1 to love such a man as Nicholaswas
2365
lB. Robinson 2 1 0 i COED SOFTBALL I a dream come true. MI.
Wildness by Bertha and Spicer I Inning 12345 RI Cody 4 1 3 I READY FOR ACTION randa never realized that Jeff,
gave the Idlewood club four:I Idlewood 8 ,4 2 0 0 R Worley 2 1 0 Bunnell
I IG. Rec. Dept. Ponytail I a doctor, was very much in love
more runs In the second Inning i j F. M. C. 200136 Higginbotham 2 0 1 and Men's Softball teams have with her but he loved her, know
which clinched,the game for the I Two base hits, J. McDaniel, J. D. Solomon 1 0 0 been practicing the past two Ing there would never be a

Idlewood Club. I|Cook, J. Roberston; home runs,I M. Manuel 200 weeks. All teams are waitingfor I chance for him.
J. McDaniel and J. Cook had 'J. McNab, B. Moore and J. Cook. J. Arnold 000 opening day, May 2nd.
two hits each. D. Rousse had Winner S. Wilder. Loser, J.In. King 100 The Ponytail League will I This Innocent farm girl be.

three for three. Bertha. Umpire, B. Moody. P. Allman r 100 have four girls teams. The VFW comes a great lady and learnedof

Idlwood Ab R H Auxiliary, First Methodist, Bun the evil which lurked In" the
J. McNab 322 JONIIN CODTS DOUBLE 18 4 5 I nell Restaurant and Citizens halls of Dragonwyck.

C. Baggett 2 1 0 KNOCKS IN WINNING RUN I Innings 123456R I Bank. The Men's team, will be By Library Assistant
J. Gordon 3 2' 1 V. F. W. 0002013 Linda Harris.
the 1962 city champ Seville,
John Cody, shortstop for the
J. McDaniel 332 I I F. B. C. 0010124
the F. B. C., hit a long double Wadsworth Lbr. Co., Bimnell Mo
B. Moore 2 2 1 to bring in the ,tie and winning Two base hit, J. Cody (2)). Umpire tor Co., and the Bunnell Mer
S. Wilder 2 2 0 I Pache. Scorer, B. Moody. chants.

D, Anderson 2 1 0 I run.The 'f f Schedules will be released to PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER
D. Russe 3 1 3 I I V. F. W. In the top of the League Standing managers Monday. Umpire and

F .Fleurle 200 sixth. M. Barber was safe on IDLEWOOD CLUB HAS scorekeepers will be signed up
P. Martell 100 I I first on an error. Paul Barrowhit TWO GAME LEAD in the next few days.
P. Duggan 1 0 1 a double In centerfield togo WLPe Phillip M. WhitleyP.

D. Huchenson 100 i I ahed 3.2 in the bottom of Idlewood 5 2 710
G. Burns 100 I the sixth. Billy Barker led off Methodist 3 4 425 THE BOOK NOOK O. Box 1741

l I I with a single. Bobby Robinson V. F. W. 34 425 LIBRARY BOOK REPORT St. Augustine, Florida
25 14 10 walked, and John Cody hit his Baptist 3 4 425
By Marsha: Durranco
F. M. C. Ab R II :I long double to win the game. Phone ID 7-3282 ;
PEE WEE ROBINSON The title of the book Is "Good
I
J. Geller 2 1 01 Bobby Robinson set a midget Bunnell, Florida
HOLDS BATTING LEAD Bye Mr. Chips.
J. Cook 3 2 2 league record, striking out 17 The author's name Is James /

C. Carle 2 1 1 batters. John Cody had three Pee Wee Robinson who missed Hilton. ...... l
E. Rice 21 0 hits. Two of them were doubles. Friday's game suffered and out. i": '
The type of book Is fiction, and Music
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the setting is around 1935 In
Brookfield, England.The Tennessee StyleBY I

main characters are Mr. I

f Chips who was very elderly, but Walt Graves&Carl Spicer

t wnNkrhl' still active as possible. He was FRIDAY 9 P. M. till
stay tkn Hay./something kappas young mentally, but old physically .. SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M.
and Mr. Wickett who rented
/ I. Mr. Chips a room,across from LETTER OF MAROUE
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the school. She too was elderly. COCKTAIL LOUNGE

The plot of the story is an & RESTAURANT

old gentleman who once was a 5 Miles So. of Marinelandon

school ,teacher who is now re- A1A.

$ ; tired, but keeps up with school I .f_ c
activities and the new boys who
to school. It also
came told of
HASTINGS MATTRESS
Mr. Chips' history by having
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
him think back over the yearsof
all the things that happened. 71012 Lemon St.

The rising action tells about I Palatka, Florida

his history and the things that Phone EA 5-9166 \

happened and why he Was Furniture. Upholstering
MAY 1963 Repaired & Refinished
thought of so much.
I Hundreds of Patterns to
The falling action: was after Choose from.

S', M T W T F S the war when he wasn't needed I Mattresses & Box Springs
to help the school anymore and Made to Order.Also Renovated

the story continued on about Mr. I II PRICES REASONABLE.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
, Chips to help them control the
A 1 2 3 4 I I II Just as near as your
I boys and the school
I run during Phone or Post Office
the war. Drop Us A Card or Call
I I
\ The protagonist of the storyis Free Pick-up & Delivery
5' .6 7 I' 8 9. 10 11. Mr. Chips. The antagonist of''

the story was Ralston. I
The conflict was that Ralston I I

12 13 ',14' 15 16 17 18 wanted Mr. Chips to retire and TV SERVICEALL

Mr. Chips was determined he'
wasn't. | MAKES

The theme of the story is that'! Agent For
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you can't run a school like a Imachine | RCA & PHILCOTUBES
because they are human -'
J and those humans need & ANTENNAS SOLD
28 29 30 ';31 love, understanding and humor.' AND INSTALLED
In the theme is man's great love'I
for his wife I TUBES TESTED FREE
which led him to

make many wise decisions after i,
J her death. TV Bob

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Flowers, brightly lovely all year, suddenly ,over it all, the famous Florida sUnr DRAGONWYCKBY Ann Seton I FLAGLER BEACH

erupt with a brilliant, colorfulnew reigns supreme coating you with a Miranda Wells, eighteen, had PHONE HE 9-2204
radiance. Florida's skies turn a golden, healthful bronze. I --

rich, deep blue to blend magnificentlywith
Yes, something wonderful will happento
the Atlantic. And the
azure you in May .so stay. .in Florida CRAIG 'FUNERAL
Atlantic! -clearer and more tranquil HOMEA.

than ever-inviting you to swim or to

skim over its surface in boat or on 1>. S. A u'CImingif you stay through IL CRAIG. Funeral Director

skis, or to explore its depths, or to vie May, you'll probably never wantto JOHN HARDIN. Associate

for its wily game fish. leave! AIR OXYGEN

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April 25, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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A scale replica of the first Ice. Indians I

making machine is on display j i Learning r

at the Dr. John Gorrle Historic I
About SHELTON'S GROCERY
Memorial in Apalachlcola. I i,! Electricity

Indians In Highlands, Henry ,

t and Glades Counties are learn.
"Your Friendly Co-op Store"SOUTH
CLASSIFIEDADS
ing all about the intricacies of

electricity, according to A. M.

Pet t1 S, agricultural engineerwith RAILROAD STREET ,

the Agricultural Extension

Uatlaga ..... tkU ........ are Service in Gainesville. QUANTITY RIGHTS 1 ,a t s t
s *.!. per wsrd each ....n.... Indian 4-H
n ee.t. la ....... chare Pettis reports that RESERVED
youth along with their parents lees
FOR SALE-18' Cruiser, 35hp and other family members are (

,motor electric starter, trailer, electrical in-
attending a special PRICES GOOD
spare wheel remote control, struction program sponsored by

fully equipped, and like new. the Glades Electrical Cooperative. I THROUGH. APR. 27.63

Call HE 92009. 4-25-ltc The instruction is designedto M

SEWING MACHINE give 4-H Club boys and girlsa

We have a repossessed 1962 knowledge of electricity and STORE HOURS:

zag In excellent condition. ztg:1 its uses. Weekdays-8:00 to 7:00 1 J \
"So far .two instructions sessions
.o-Matle for dialing fancy '
8:00 9:00 1I +
to
Saturdays
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PettIs ,
have been held,
stitches, makes automatic buttonholes
sews on buttons, mono I says, pointing out that the average -
attendance at the sessionswas REPEAT BEEF SALES FLORIDA 'GRADE A
grams, embroiders, etc. Assume
six payments of $720. Write I 70."Electricity.

Credit Manager, 921 Volusia Ave. Is new to manyof

Daytona Beach. We will contact the Indians in Highlands, FRYERSCHUCK
FLAVOR AGED CHOICE
you immediately. 4-25-4te i Hendry and Glades Counties," I I I

Pettis explains. "Through this

ESTATE SALE-Remaining an program we are able to teach I Lb.

tique furniture of one of St. Au. safety rules, basic electrical ROAST LB. 3ge 29

gustine's old homes. Also antique terms, life, saving techniquesand

I dishes,. brick-a brae, even lamp making," he LB. Whole
SIRLOIN STEAK
French furniture, Dutch inlaid points out The Indians are alsotaught 89C

marquetrle, walnut, and mahogany how to use water pumps LB. LIMIT THREE PLEASE

chests, dressers, beds and and meter reading. Each of the4.1i'ers ROUND STEAK 8ge

other pieces. Several antique constructs a heavy duty
LB.
dressing screens, Spanish and extension cord during the school. RIB STEAK 79C6C; WORLD'S BEST

Chinese inlaid ivory. Also hun ''The materials for the cord are

dreds of other items to sell piece 'I provided by the Glades Coope SHOULDER ROAST GROUND BEEF

by piece. Sale held in St. Au. I rative.

gustine Saturda '.Sun.day, April This is the second year the FAMILY STEAK LB.

27.28 at 185 San Marco Avenue Gladea Electrical Cooperativehas 69C 3 Ibs.SRORTENING $119

,opposite Armory. Pho. YA 41238. sponsored this Instructional .

April 25-Itc : .y program.A CHUCK STEAK.LB. 59C


' REAL: ESTATE, WANTED to bridge
\, rustic suspension
\ purchase lots, reasonable pricedto
over the scenic attractions of
REG. SIZECOKES FOLGER'SBAKERITE
move three nearly new frame
Hillsborough River State Park
Mountain GrownCOFFEE
houses or consider moving to your '
south of Zephyrhills.
lot.Will ,finance.Small monthly
payments. B rSt P Mortgage Co., IV: TIIH CIHCHIT. ('01'HT IN AND
KIAUIKK ('OIINTV.' K1.OK- '
3646, Gandy. Tampa, Mr. Ray POIl IAM'KRY 1O. 46ST
IDA. IN ( 6 1 Lb.
mond, 8392121, Collect ANNE G. REIU Plaintiff, 3 LiJ. 19< 47

I I Aprjl) 25-2tp B. IlEiD.vs.EAItt Tin 47 Pack Can

Defendant.
't \A. WATKINS ROUTE In this areas NOTICE OF SUIT Plus"Bottle OR i
open for semi-retired man, or THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: DepositSave
Karl Reid 2797 South Coast Highway
II. INSOTANT
Save 22c 16c Sge
lady. Many ,semi-retlred people ,Lf.uner Beach' California:
;
notified that asuit
earn $50to $100.00 per week has been brought' against you
depending'' ort time devoted to for divorce In the Circuit Court for Limit One With, $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or
Flagler County. Florida In Chancery -
f Route. Also' nave 1 full time by Ann G. Held, and you More Food Order More Food Order More Food OrderREGULAR
to file (
I are hereby required p.r.iIYotr.a
Route open. Maybe you can by attorney), with the
f'qualify. For personal interview : Court, your written
defenses, It to the ComplaintIn
any SIZE
'i i In your area, write J. H. Me- said cult on or before the 28th
/ Garity, Box 627 Williston, Florida day of May, 1S6S. and further
within said period of time to seryebald - JELLOFANCY
4.11.3tc written defense. If any upon
Upchurch and Upchurch. Plaintiff'
whose address Is EACH
attorneys YELLOW SEALD SWEETORANGE
DID YOU KNOW that can
I j' you 600 Exchange Bank Building St. 'Ie
now own a 2 bedroom home for Augustine, Florida; and The Flaler *-
I Tribune, which Is a newspaper JUICE
.. as little as $39.00 a month on meeting the requirements prescribed SQUASH Limit Three Please

I your lot. Years of experience and hereby by designated law for such as the purposes.Is newspaper . 6 OZ. FOR

I hundreds of satisfied customers In which this each shall U,. For CAN 4 $100
be published once week for Z Z5e
I in your area. No down payment. four consecutive weeks. Herein
90 Bean Sale
Brame fall not or judgment will be entered Q I
100% financing. Lacy mOia:1 default "GOING FISHING?"
P.O; Box 186, Crescent City, WITNESS : and the seal .
of said Court at Bunnell. Flagler
Fla. Phone OWen 83711. County Florida, this 23rd day of BAIT SHRIMP Showboat 300
Apr! 1963.Otlicial AVAFCAANCDY
4.11.4tp ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHS PORK &
As Clerk of the above 8 OZ. ge
FOR RENT Two bedroom duplex styled Court 49c BEANS Each
Julia R Harvey.
apartment, screen porch. liy UPCHUItCIIClerk. EACH Rush 300
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf trrcHuncir & 25CYELLOW KIDNEY
600 Exchange! Bank BuildingSt.
Augustine, Florida DAIRY'CASE BEANS Each ge
VOICE AND GUITAR LESSONS Attorneys for Plaintiff
April 25 & May 2-9-16-4tc Bush
Experienced teacher in Bunnellon MRS. FILBER-rS :
For appointmentwrite NOTICE Of nil> WANTED
Saturdays. Notice Is hereby given. that the CORN QUARTERS BEANS ge
Gene Masters, 20 Central East Flngler Mosquito Control DIs- OLEO Each
trlc of Flagler Beach, Florida, will Bush 300
Ave., St Augustine, Fla. Phone accept sealed bid at the office located
VA 9.5607. 4.4.4tp 7 miles north of Flagler EARS FOR I LB. NORTHERNBEANS
Beach on Highway AlA /up to and 4 19ft 25c:: 9-
I until 6-00: P. M. on May 8th. 1963or Each ,
FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment postmarked prior to that time ,
and date for the following for fiscal
$40.00 per month. Call :year ending September 30. 1161; I.
Harris Appliance ID 73367. Furnish approximately :Ooodgallons TASTE TEASERS ;
of No. 2 Fuel Oil to be SUNLITE 303
March 14-tf delivered to the District's storagetank
In Flagler Beach Florida, in DelMonte 303 DelMonte 303
quantities suitable for the capacity
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at of storage tanks which It approximately SWEET For FRUIT A For $ reasonable prices. Call George 6.KOO\ gallons. Quotationsto 3 63e 4 A TOMATOESKraft
Cocktail
be a Firm bid and based on 60 PEAS
Jarosz, ID 73410. degree F. Temp.
Furnish approximately 2,000 gallons Kraft Alabama Girl Big 48 Oz.
1-24-7-25 p. gasoline to be delivered to the MAYONNAISE WHOLE Each
District's Headquarters In Flagler I
35e 4ge :ICe
WANTED lk (1...P. Gas) cusI Beach. Florida in quantities for PINT DILLS
storage tank facilities Bidder to
tomers. Call Harris Appliance furnish storage tank of 500 gallon Southern Peach 21/2 Can 4 Lb. Pail

Gas. ID 7.3367. Bunnell, "I capacity meter. Quotations with dispensing to be pump Firm Did.and PEACH For $ff 00 LARD Lbs. Limit Four
Aug 30-tfc Furnish approximately 2.000 gallons HALVES 4 4 5ge Please
of U P. Oas, delivered to the
District's Headquarters In FiegierReach
Florida" Bidder to furnish ,
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER storage tank and dispensing pump I
with meter Quotations to bf Firm 50 FREETOP 5OFREE SOFREE
BEACH REALTY CO. Old I
Bid will be opened at th' office
LOTS HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, on Wednesday. May '. 1963 at : '
VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
20: P. M.Successful I .
WATER FRONT, FARMS, bidder will be notified
ACREAGESee following the District's tabulationof :With purchase of $5.00
bids. 2 Pair of Thong r $1.00 Worth off
ux for your real estate needs The District reserves the rightto : or More Food
lIE 9.2242 reject any and all bids and to Shoes
I Stationary
Office Phone .
waive any Informalities In bidding.BAIT f: Order
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 FUAOLRR MOSQUITO i
or ID 7-3517 Lyman CONTROL U, Gaffe DISTRICT, Secretary. I Coupon void after 4-27-63? Coupon void after 4-27-63 J; Coupon void after 42763TbU"'da

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FLAGLER WOMANS THE SLEEPING BEAUTY"
PRESENTED BY
CLUB INSTALLS THE FBES 2nd GRADE ,

NEW OFFICERSA I The-2nd Grade of the Flagler I .
Beach Elementary School presented I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY
rainbow in the background a colorful spring play : RIGHTS
and soft music "Over the Rain- last Friday afternoon, under direction I THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY, APRIL 25.26-27,1963 RESERVED
bow" provided a beautiful theme I of their teacher Mrs. i .
for the installation of officers of Suzanne Bourne. I EXTRA SPECIAL

the Flagler Woman's Club yes- I'11 The play was a dramatization COPELAND'S SUGAR CURED SMOKED SLAB
terday. entitled "The Sleeping Beauty"and !
A decorative garden path in- featured two old favorite''
side the clubhouse also provideda "Beautiful Dreamer" and '
walkway for chairmen and I "All songs Through the Night", a ba- BACON BY THE PIECE LI) 29

board members who presented ton twirling act by Connie Me .

annual reports. 'I I Daniel and an authentic spinning -
Each incoming officer was I
installed by a past president of I' The wheel.cast of characters were: CENTER CUTS LB. 39

the club. Mrs. Jasper White was II King, Jack Rawlins; Queen

installed as president by Mrs.I Thea hem; Prince Charming Grade "A" Beef Grade "A" Beef Round
Harold Massie; Mrs. Clarence Ralph Abraham; Sleeping Beauty .
Shulte was installed first vice Connie McDaniel; First Fairy, Chick Lb seas Lk
president by Mrs. Phillip Kes- I Rosemary Bross; Second Fairy; Roast 49 Roast 59*

ter; Mrs Frank Brede, second Theresa Arnold; Third Fairy )
'vice president by Mrs. Otis Magee I Vickie Babbitt; Fourth Fairy,
Mrs Charles Slndelar recording Boston Butt Palm River-Sliced
; ,1 I Vickie Smith; Fifth Fairy, Molly
secretary by Mrs. Myrtle I I[Missinne; ,Sixth Fairy Elaine Perk u "

Streeter; Mrs.secretary E. p. Flurle by Mrs.corresponding I on Drummond Spivey. ; Wicked Fairy, Shar. Roast 49 BACON 49*

Vernon Haines; and Miss Emily I Court Attendants: Patricia

Gage, treasurer by Mrs. Reynold I Black Billy Dunson Gerald FLORIDA GRADE "A" DRESSED AND DRAWN

Hoover. Combs and David Llndsey; Old
The incoming officers received I Whitney Guards, WHOLE
Woman Joyce ; ONLY
pastel nosegays which were I I Johnnie Tabor and Timmy Car FRYERS Lb. 29
tied with pastel rainbow ribbon :mody: Butler, Phil Martel;
streamers. Mrs. White president, I Nurse Sheryl Kirkpatrick; Read. LIMIT 3-PLEASE

received a gold nosegay with ers Karen Duncan and Debbie

gold streamers.Mrs. Meekins. FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCEB.
E. P. Flurle was in chargeof
I. According to W. E. Fennell Jr.,
decorations. She was assisted principal the play was enjoyed E. Chopped Sunki.t I
by Mrs. Ben Clay, Mrs. Paul tremendously by the other five h. l
Kelly Mrs. Vernon Haines and grades the teachers and many BROCCOLI ?gZ. 190 LEMONS 39* .:
Mrs. Charles Sindelar. ,
Club members also heard a parents. 10 OZ. Winter Garden Large Size ;.,

report from Mrs. H. G. Heydt and STRAWBERRIES Pgk. .
Mrs. Kenneth Givens who at. COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Z 4Se CELERY ZFOY'1ge' :IY/
tended the Florida Federation
of Woman's Clubs In Miami Jast t CHURCH NEWS 6 Oz. Seald Sweet Fresh Firm Head. {

week. Sunday School is at 9:45: a. m. Orange for $ <*> Lb.,
Following the meeting fruit 1 with classes for all .ages. Worship JUICE 5 i CABBAGE '5c:

punch and mints were served. hour Is at 11:00 a. m. with
The punch table covered witha I Rev. R..W. Dlckert, pastor. 11 Oz. Morton' Fresh Tender Yellow "

rainbow colored cloth, held an I I HONEY BUNS Pkg. Lbs.
arrangement of coral glads and I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwenk 29C SQUASH Z Z5e
fern. have returned from a 10 day
cruise to Puerto Rico Virgin
Prior to !the installation 50
Islands and Nassau. MAXWELL HOUSE HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE
club members and guests at-
tended a luncheon at the Ocean
Spray Restaurant on Ocean CARD OF THANKSTo u 5 "
think all friends and Coffee
my 39'
Shore Blvd. The theme "Over Sugar 39'Limit
their cards
The Rainbow" was used also in neighbors for visits
flowers sent to Bag
the luncheon decor. The place and lovely me .
cards were handpalnted and during my stay in the Flagler 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Also to the
showed a pot of gold at the end Clinic and Hospital.
of the rainbow. doctor and staff who so pleas. \
There were fifteen corsages antly served me. A big thanks to 2 / Size Can Delmonte 303 Size Shurfine Fruit '

with rainbow streamers present. you.

In ed the to the,installation members ceremony.A taking part. :NOTU1M r.OH.RECTRDlPECIII'ICA.TIOI'Ill Mrs. BIDS Myrtle IlKQUKftTKD Streeter. Peaches 2 F" 57* Cocktail 5 Fir $1

gift was presented to out
Notice Is hereby given that the
going president Mrs. H. Board of County Commissioner
G'I I will receive sealed bid until the 2Va Size Royal Purple 303 Argo Green Lima
Heydt. 6th day of May 19tS( at the hour
Chairman and co-chairman of 9:00: o'clock A.M In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court f" '
for the luncheon and Installa- In the Flagler County Courthouse, PLUMS 4 $1 00 BEANS F"
for the following: 4' 69'
tion were Mrs. Harold Massie Gasoline', regular In bulk.
and Mrs. Phillip Kester. Diesel Fuel No. 2. In bulk.
Diesel Oil 30 weight MSDQ-DM
In 5 gal. ans. SOUTHERN GEM-GOLDEN YAMS-WHOLE
Motor Oil SO weight (MSDQ) In
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 1 at. cans
Jack Meekins last week were Motor: Oil 10 weight NonDetergent -

Mrs.Heber Maude Alllgood Winborne both from and Wash-Mrs. St Chassis Kerosene.pound In 5 gal.Lube palls.cans.multi-purpose. 25- Sweet Potatoes 5 ,10.$1: :

ington N. C. Mrs. Winborne and Gear Lube multi-purpose 100
Ib. drums, or equivalent of all of
Mrs. Alligood are touring Flor- the above.
No. 300 Size
ida. Bids to cover period of one (1) Showboat 303 Size Bush Shelly
year from the date of acceptance.The .

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I reb"en: Board at and Uunnell.reserves all bids.Florida the right, this to I:?. Beans Each 1 10* Beans 2 Fir

Church School time is at 9:45a. : Sth day C.of H.April.COWART A.D., Chairman.1>63. 35

m. and worship hour at 11:00a. : Attests
R. A. SMYTHE. Clerk I
m. with Rev. Reynold Hoover Board of County Commissioners 303 GREEN GIANT GOLDEN WHOLE KERNEL
Minister. The Church School will] April of Flagler U-U-U-atc County. Florida.

render special music during the IN TIIR rounr OF THUS rOt 'T1' Calis i in'
regular worship hour. I Jl'IM.K, .Kl.AGI.KH' COLNTV, CORN 4
The executive board of the TTi.': OK FLORIDA. IN I'llO.IIVTH. Polly lag 59
Mens' Club will meet Monday! IN HB the Estate of
THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS
evening at 7:30: p. m. at the I Deceaied'
12 Oz. LaRuta
home of Leonard Johnson. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 4 Oz. Lyke' Vienna
Notice Is hereby given that H T.
Cook has filed his final report' as Cor"e- Each
Executor of the estate of ThomasHutherford For
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS GlasS deceased, that Beef 39 Sausage 5 M
} Sunday School time is 9:45: ; he filed, and his petition ate wilt for final apply discharge to $1 J
a. m. and worship hour at 11:00a. I the Honorable T K McKnlRht.County'Judge .
of Flagler County
m. A student from Stetson i Florida, on the Sth day of May,
Univ. will supply the pulpit this 19O, for approval of same and for
I final discharge as Executor of the TRY OUR SOFT
Sunday while Rev. Atlee Stevensis estate of Thomas Rutherford Glass GOODS COUNTER
deceased, on this 4th, day of April.
on vacation. I r
Training Union Is at 6:45 p. m. 1163.H.. T. COOK SPORT SHIRTS-SOCKS-T-SHIRTS-
Executor of estate of
and evening worship at 7:45p. Thomas .Rutherford Glass SWIM CAPS-BRAS-SHORTS-BRIEFS, ETC.PAGE .
deceased.April
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..Av.....II Oi N.'>. ,.I.OHIUA FI.A'LRR rnirjvTr. KIOIIIHA OK
I .N ill.v.. 4.Uk AU. 44U2 ,. .ea)
t )11..1.1, K 1.'RASCLULA: ..\X,IIMNi"Ulri7Jiy.
'i fr Ui Plaintiff ALL KINDS a PEOOLIiy Plaintiff
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ONC'hTTA 1"'RASCBL.UADefendant DM8IB[ R. HAJ>LJ Y.

NOTICK TO DHFItNU NOTICE TO Defendant lUito'HNU
LOCALS
runCpNCETTA FLORIDA, TO: TUB 8TATm OF FWRIt1A TO.
HRASCfiLLA
I I : !: D51SIE It. 1ftADL53Y'.
19 Second Street MS Bowman Street
Somerville New Jersey i p Vlnton' Virginia 1 t
You are hereby: notified that a You are hereby notified' that a
suit has been tiled aratnst you In Q.146E suit has been filed' against you In
COKG. MATTHEWS SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT the above entitled cause; and you the above entitled cause: and you
I required to Ale your answer
are hereby are hereby required to Ale your answer
HONORED GUEST HELD AT WHITE HOME with the Clerk of this Court, Bt Tlf with thy Clerk of this Court,
srulfl6
and to serve a copy thereof uponthe and to serve a copy thereof upon
AT LUNCHEON : Mrs. Lillard White and Mrs. plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, 4.WITH the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address Is: whose name und address Is:
Congressman D. R. (Billy) Phillip Barker entertained Friday RAY SELDEN I JAMES 8. HOL.TON
I ,
Selden BuildingDaytona :SOd-308 Exchange Bank Bid*.
evening with a shower at
Beach, Floridanot St
Matthews was honored guest at Augustine, Floridanot
I the White home on Moody Blvd. later than May 2 th, A D IMS later than May 3rd, A, t). ISIS
a luncheon at the home of Mr. If you fall to do so, decree pro If you fall to do so, decree pro
Mrs. Walter Morris complimenting Miss Patsy John confeiso will be entered against I confeiao will be entered against
and Sunday. .
son. She is to be the bride of you for the relief demanded in the you for the relief demanded: in the
Congressman Matthews was bill of complaint The nature of bill ef complaint The nature of
Mr. Herbert Rodgers today in aid cult beingfor divorce said suit being for divorce.
here for the dedication of the WITNESS my hand and seat of WITNESS my hand and neat of
'
Bunnell Macclenny. said Court this tiud day of April, I (CG4OwcAt said Court this 2nd day of April,
postoffice Sunday.
new Games A. n. 1963.Official A. Il 1968.
During world war II Congress. were enjoyed during ( Seal) E. A 8MYTHR I (Official heal ",
evening and prizes were awardedto Clerk of said Circuit Court K. A. 8MYT1IR. ,
man Matthews was Mr. Morris'commanding By Julia R. Harvey
II Circuit
I ourt
officer. Mrs. Rodger Turner and Mrs. Deputy Clerk April,. l-iiltfeSlRi1
I I j Virginia Wyndham. April 25 A May 2- -16- ,to 1 II I

The pink and white bridal NOTICE FOR nil). I
UNDERGOES Notice I I. hereby given that the I tBoard PAt
theme was used in the decora Commissionerswill I PARKER'S. INC.
TONSILECTOMY I I of County
tions. The dining table was over. receive sealed bids; on the 6th Automotive Specialty Center
JoAnn Morris, student at the day of May A D l the hourof IIIIAKES nEI.IN'ED
: S'Clat I 5.10
laid with lace cloth which
a 9:00 o'clock A oltlce. ..AU,.... AND UAIIUli ]
University Florida in Gaines was centered with an attractive. of the Clerk. of the Circuit CourtIn
FORD-CII R V noLET-1 LYINONTHOTIIRIOI
Courthousefor
the Flagler County
ville, underwent a tonsilectomy ly decorated cake, topped witha the erection of a wood or steel I !' SILSO
at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital miniature bride? and groom. It roof building on .the County airport hangar I 540 Mason Ave. Daytona

Friday. was flanked on either side by bpecmcatto'hs can be obtained at - - -- ..
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the. oltlce of the Clerk of the Circuit -
an artistic arrangement of 'roses Court.
EDITOR FLU The Board reserve. the rIght to I
and lilies. FOR
any and all bid*.
Mrs. M. B. Fuller, 'editor of The hostess served punch and resect.. at Bunnell, Florida, this
22nd day of April. A. 1>. 196S PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
The Tribune, is spending this cake to 20 invited guests. C. It. COWART Chairman

week in bed with Asian Flu. t ATTEST E. A. :SMYTHE Clerk Btmrd CANCER
She is recovering, and hopes to I of County Commissioners
job The oldest piece of music extant i of Flagler County Florida AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
be back on the next week. April 25 & May 2-2tc
with English words is ?
"Sumer Is Icumen In T. COOK AGENCY
composedat
Mr, and Mrs. Andy Yelvingtonand Subscribe to The Eaglet Trlbun'
Reading Abbey in the 13th Phone ID 73361 Bunnell Florida
sons, Kevin and Barry, of
$2.50 Year in Advance
century. per
Miami, visited here Friday and

Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. M. .,

B. Fuller. :!! A ....
,
Mrs' Tom Diamond left Thursday
:
for a visit with her sister in When minutes count. it can use-and not a nickel wasted! Choose from
Hammond, Indiana, where all
Crown Extra Crown Crown.Each famousfor
1> the brothers and sisters met fora ,Economy

reunion. This week she will SlnNDARD STANDS OUT long-running mileage, dependable performance,

visit in Detroit with her son In top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the

I Jaw and..daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Split-second action,blazing go-go-go!That's Dixie's gasoline that fits your car.Get wide-awake Standard

Marvin'Koester. modern pace of work and play.And you'll keep ug- service that helps you make the most of your car

when you use today's Standard gasolines, designedfor and your money.Standard gasoline are the South's

Mrs In ;Daytona qussier'Hllderbrant Beach last visited week this stop-and-go grind! Whatever car you drive, top-selling favorites. Just one try will tell you why!

with her brother and sister -in. there's a Standard gasoline that gives all the power STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) Ii ,

law. !'
r

Mr. and 'Mrs. W. D. Jones had

as their house guests;herncphew I
and niece, Mr. and Airs. Jack

Cyhkln of Miami. ; r

After spending the winter at
( home on the Intracoastal

: Flagler :Beach: Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Schaeffler left t i
Tuesday for South Hampton,

, (L. I.)/; N. Y for, .the ,summer '.', '" #i;
months. 'j 'f ;

.. 'ri 'f'
key and Mrs. W. L. Spicer .Jr : r.awS4.Jlc6iG; :'

had as !their guests Sunday,. Dr. ... 4 .. '< :'
and Mrs. Joe Tolle and Mrs. ert - ? .

Branscome. Dr. Tolle is the De. :v
land District Supt. of Methodist -nJ

churches. Mrs. Banscome is the ,.
widow of the late Bishop Bans-

come of Methodist churches.Mr. .


and Mrs. H. T. Cook were
in Tallahassee during the past
weekend attending the Gradua

tion exercises at the Florida

State University. Their son Jim

was a members of !the graduating T

class. 4a'y.
.

MrGladys Deen is spendinga

few days in Miami visiting

with her son and daughter in

law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Deen.


Mrs. I. M. WhHaker was In

Tallahassee during the weekendfor

the commencement ceremonies
at Florida State Univer

sity. Her daughter Sammie wasa
member of the graduatingclass.

"l'STANDARDi'
TiAi.

CARD OF THANKS

I wish to thank all my friends .

who came to see me in the hospital I
and cards and flowers. Also

the hospital staff who were soj I
kind and special thanks to Mr. '

and Mrs. !!. Autrey who so kindly.cared'for .
me while convales-

ing.

William Reed. I W. c. SULLIVAN, Agent Bunnell, FloridaThursday.






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I New shoot tips can be pinchedto public speaking. He has won top April ltd
/oI Ja INVITATION FOR BIDS
q 4 g l's make them branch and forma ,state honors in both of these r O.: F. ALFORDRegistsired The Housing Authority of the
I County of Flatfler. Florida, will
a full-bodied hedge.Bougainvillea areas. receive bids for:
(Bf Herrey Shane)
I ,
Liability Fire and Extended
Some folks predict that space a woody vine I Bill was one of two Florida boys I Real Estate Broker coverage Insurance! for not
gardening will be the next native to tropical South America,I to attend the National> 4-H Con. I less Total than Value.Eighty percent of
is one of the easiest vines to ference in Washington, D. C., !I BunnelL Florida Contract Price 20000000.
craze. of low-rent Housing Project Fla.
cultivate. But the vine is very last year. During the conference: !I JO-IA A JO-IB until 12 P. M. E.8.T.:
s Therefore, It< is a good idea sensitive to nitrogen and most he was asked to preside over I I I on The the Housing SOth day of April. 19U.
Authority of the
to practice now-just in r case I often Is pampered into lazy the National ICtlzenship Ceremony County of Flag-ler, Florida reserves
need to while time I !I the right to reject any and all bids.
you away blooming effort Symptoms of held on the steps of the HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THK
during a delay In an orbiting too much nitrogen are lush Lincoln Memorial. Attorney- I COUNTY IDA. OF FLAGLER. FLOR

station between 'Mars and the growth and no flowers. General Robert Kennedy spoke By John N. McIntosh

Moon. Corrective measures include at the ceromny. Bill presented I Dated April Title.17 Chairman.. 1961, ,
If you don't have a blastoff applying only one pound of low. Kennedy with a national conference : April 18-25-2tc

pad handy to reach outer space, nitrogen fertilizer per 100 square token at the meeting. I JtF.QITF.MT FOR Hint FOIL

practice air-layering at lower feet of soil. This usually brings When asked what his 4-HJ I Notice rilllCHASK Is hereby OF given TIMBER that the

altitudes In the back yard. the vine into flower at its next work has done for him, Bill answers 1 Board Flagler of County County will Commissioners receive sealed of

Air-layering Is an easy way normal season. Cut a few roots that it "has meant chal Prompt Service bids on or before May 6, 1963 at
the hour of ':00 A. It In the office
to encourage rooting of shrubs by pushing a garden spade into lenge, opportunity and satisfac- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
and trees that are finicky in the ground at three or four intervals tion." PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH C. In the Flagler County Courthouse

their rooting' habits. Carissa, ly- around the plant- "More Important," he stresses, forPurchase and removal of timber
chee, and guava are suggestedfor about 24 Inches from the base. "it has given me opportunitiesfor The Flagler TribunePhone ( located Taxi Strip in certain and west areas of north entrance of

the project. The operation is This torture method also forces leadership, citizenship and IDlewood 7-3282 at Purchase Flagler Bid County should Airport be stated by
simple. Remove a half-inch ring to bloom. cord.
the wayward creepers I personal development. Projects, BunnelL
Florida
of bark near the base of a twig, activities, meetings and decog- reject The Board any and reserves all bids.the right to
tie'a handful of damp sphagnum Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this
nition were the tools. Learn by
A Boy And His Calf: irthiincnUNNm.L 16th day of April A. D. 1963.
aihr
moss around the ringedarea doing was the way," he adds. tflaglrr C. H. COWAfcT. Chairman

then wrap the moss cover. "The most rewarding part of FLORIDA ATTEST E. A. SMTTHE.: Clerk
ed section of plant with a piece An American ImageBy my 4-H work," the St. Johns of Board Flagler of County County,Commissioners Florida

of plastic. ( Mel Sharpe) County youth says, "has been April 18-25-2tc
k It is a good idea to select a MRS. )[. B. FULLER. EditorDrlnated
the valuable instruction and
To the image of America's
many
shady limb to alr-layer. If ex.
received 'the
training through
4-H'er Is a well developedboy r-COmmunity
posed to blazing summer sun, Official Publication
4-H which have con- ,
and a prize winning calf. program ,
.,
get broiled branches t Public Notice of FlaglerCounty
you may This Image certainly fits 18j j tributed toward my preparation !
Municipalities therein Memorial Church
under plastic rather than roots. :
I'!
yeaf-old Bill Lockhart of St.l I as a worthwhile American citi
j
and the State of Florida '
i Now is a good time to propagate Augustine Beach. i I zen.". I Ii luter-deaomlaatloaal
by softwood cuttings. For "Much of his according : AIR CONDITIONED
Bill's 4-H achievement all began success, I
.best results, limit cutting ( Entered at lecond class matter
your with "Cookie," a grand I to Bill, "can be attributedto Daytona Ave.
February 6. 1(13, at the postofflceat
gathering to early morning
champion Angus calf which he i I St. Johns County Agriculutral FLAGLER BEACH
Bunnell Florida, under act of
hours.
Traditionally, plant > "
had as his first 4.11 project at Agent Paul L. Dinkins. Dinkins, '
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
sprigs root better when covered March 3. 18T8
the of 10. Since that period, he says was the motivator thatnever
age Church Service 11:00: A.
with
dew. Also, snipping and
slipping cuttings before neighbors Bill's achievement pace has relaxed" in his guidanceand I One year ._.............._.._$2.50 R. W pICKERT ..

awake often allows for never slowed. Today, he is president help. Six month .... ......_......11.25 I BVRRYONR WELCOMB. M'I
of the Florida Boy's 4-H Others who helped Bill along :: .
,
greater selection since .IL. I
property LA.:!
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Club Council, one of the highest the way include his parents, -
lines are not as important whenno .
positions a 4-}I'er can hold. W. W. Brown, state boys' 4-H \\ { I
one is '
watching The son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. club agent and Grant (
Make cuttings 4 to 6 inches Lockhart of No. 11 13th St., ..St.I I associate boys' 4-H club Godwln'l 24 HourWrecker .R.
long, cutting below node and
allow a Augustine Beach, Bill Is a fresh. 1 Bill Is a member of Service'I'I''
as many leaves as pos. mah ''at St Johns River Junior ,I lege debating team, a freshman i'
sible. After treating the base )
at Palatka where he Is representative to the Student "
College ,
; ,1
of the cutting with hormone
powder to induce rooting, stick preparing for a career In law. Government' Association and is I Flagler Truck & Tractor; Co. r t
He plans to attend the University listed ort 'the dean's honor roll. :
them in the propagation bed 1% MASSEY-FERGUSON1 '
> of Florida during his Junior ,
to 2 inches deep. Space, the cut year and go on to Law School Vanilla beans, dried In the 1 Grove Fal'Jll. Industrial Equipment' -../
tings so that the leaves over
upon graduation.Areas sun for weeks to acquire theirheavy'
lap about one-third. Next, firm VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 '
in which Bill ha${"excelled scent and aroma, lose 75
the soil and turn the hose on in his 4-H work Include per cent of their weight in I Owner Bunnell, Florida!
"constant mist"A \
J soil and water conservation and shrinkage.
mist head and a watering ..
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spike Is available from your local .- \',

garden supply store for .about :a "

$3. The device, attachedto Here come ::bigger potato profits ,

a hose and set up In the : ..' ::.: .
middle of a group of cuttings, ,
,c" :
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will boost your rooting. nearlyone
hundred per cent.

When the roots on the cuttings

are about an inch long, V

transplant and space them Ina w.

nursery row, or in gallon cans ,
obtained from the local dump.If .

you 'plant them in open
I ground, It is a good Idea to

mulch around the transplantsto

conserve moisture and to ;
keep the soil cool.

For additional Information on

air-layering: and mist propoga- Y ; R a'T ,, y a16 L

Lion, ask your county agent for Y a'k, e
Extension Service Circular 127A 4 J

and 141B.

HedgesTrim

hedge plants while they
are still succulent A few snips When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.

now will produce better shaped

and thicker hedges. Also, why Manzate"
feed hedge) expensive fertilizer Spray Du Pont to control blights

to grow /the limbs for the trash maneb fungicide

1j truck? yields of, No. 1's
Remember to remove enoughold . assure top ..-'

wood in early flowering
hedge plants to keep the shoots One-chemical. blight co..trol-a spray program with "Manzata" !;
coming up from the ground. maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.

-..vi -. I J'V1 1'--- -_ BetteryieUfi, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as \ "
much as 40 bushels per acre. . gives you more fl's, and naturally .'
PETERSON TEXACO increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas.

SERVICE Safe to us.-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be 1. . .

ROAD SERVICE used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won'tstunt plant growth.

Light Mechanical Work I Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
I Phone 437.3441 Bunnell ,r. mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides

\ f __ h. ;,'. and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays. '

e'S Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the !! .:.

PHIPPINS.SINCLAIRSTATION years-you know you can d"pend- on It for top disease control, easy' *,

handling. '. .
U. S. Bunnell.. Flo.JO. '
On all chemicals,follow labeling iiulnuliont and warnings carefully.
gal. gasoline or over free nAa
lubrication. Lube and oil S, S4P

"cfianee. free wash. Lubrication P UPON ) MANZATE

only 99c Pickup an delivery Each acre you spray with "ManiaU" can
anytime phone 437.7130 yield bushels more of ,I'a like these Field ... w 1....0" maneb fungicide
Special wash and wax 1250. applications of"Manxate" protect your crops SETTER THINGS rot SITTU UVINO
from late blight tuber rot ton ...fHKXCW CHEMISTRY
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Smoked 4 Ibs $1- End Cut

PorkChopsSlbs'lBEEF

\ BACON, (Sliced) 3 lbs $$1 00

LIVER 3 & Aft
\ PPPHW SMOKED SAUSAGE $ |
I U. S. Choice Beef "OUR SPECIALTY" W Vrl MHhlll WIENERS I 11$. I

< offer PIG OX EARS i.sPIC TAILS 4 Ibs.$fOO
Rolled ROAST Ib 69
4* $i 00
RIB TIPS 5 IK..
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Freshly Ground PIG FEET 6 Ibs.$100

,HAMBURGER 3 lbs 9 00_TREE 39 NECK BONES 6 Ibs.$00

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Ga. Red No. 1 SWEETPOTATOES

J JOWLS 7 Ibs $100 Ib 5 <1'


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Sara Lee ALL BUTTER _ TOMATOES Ib 19
POUND CAKE EACH 690
Large Western HeadLETTUCE
Birdseye FROZEN 1.00Z' pkg.
BABY LIMAS EACH 25c EACH 19CH
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Birdseye FROZENFORDHOOK 10 oz. pkg. Fancy Ky.

LIMAS EACH 25e POLE BEANS '. I i', 19C
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with purchase of 32 oz. with purchase of 1 Qt.
CHIFFON LIQUID Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
(and this Coupon)
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1 :: 450 people In Its national oflce, The seven formal programs municipal stadium, the National
:300> of whom work exclusively I are scheduled at 10 A. M., 1:30: Geographic Magazine says. A
, 1 at fund raising. I could go on 'nd 7:30 P. M. Friday and Sat- quarter of a million spectators
and on, but gtt the magazine I urday, May 34, with the concluding gathered In the Circus Maximusfor
ind read it for yourself. You I p-rogram' 3 P. M. on chariot races,. but decorum
I ) i : : will be amazed and disillusion Sunday, May 5. demanded that the screaming
I II mob go home for refreshments
I j ed.Where we had three or four OLD HOT DOG EQUIVALENTSThe
'I I fund raising groups a few years ancient equivalents of I I Lake Victoria is the chief
we now have hundreds. hot dogs and soda pop were source of rthe Rive";:JJlfe.pHONEVAMey4.25.
ago .. ,\ .......,... ... _.
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Maybe you like to throw your .!'.....................,
money down rat holes or are too "
timid to ask questions about I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY .OR NIGHT
where it goes after you give It,
.. but I can tell you a lot of folks l'to. AMBULANCE .
Q are getting good and fed up andIf ,
I something Isn't done to curb SERVICE .
I/' I the racket, even the worthy organizations ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
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I will find less and
II Never be hesitant about coiling a Garcia Ambulance.' W.
less money in their cans.
I are always at your service 'with promptness safety and
I STEPHEN FOSTER experience -
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S FOR MAY 3-4-5 Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
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i iI' page 1) Garcia Funeral HomeP.
i' ''' "In short," Miss Boltln said,
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