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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 2, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 17 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY :MAY 2, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR

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I ; Mrs. Gail Robson J\ew3 and CommentBy Judson Stryker Bunnell School Former Resident


.j Passes Away r A bout( with Eula this Fuller band) of flu Receives Degree Students Given With Proctor ,

going around leaves one witha
I worn out, stupid, down-in-the Next SaturdayThe History Award Silex Company
Tuesday Night
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I mouth and all-raveled-out feel ,
first formal graduation Awards for outstanding Richard B. Tucker brother of
I ing . .Think I need to
Mrs. Gall Robson, wife of Ted pay a ceremony under the Universityof Achievement in American History Willard Tucker of BOnnell is i'
few visits to the Fountain of
Robson of Wooster, Ohio, passed I Florida's trimester system were presented to ThomasW. plant manager for the recently '

away early Tuesday evening at f Youth-or something. will recognize 1,959 graduatesof Duncan Jr., and Patricia C completed Proctor-Silex Corporation :
I the Flagler Clinic and Hospital.She Getting out this publicationIs the class of 1963 May 4, at Robbles In assembly period in Southern Pines, N. C.
had suffered a heatr at no picnic. If we print Jokes, 2 P. Me in Florida Gymnasium. Wednesday morning. The award Mr. Tucker has been In Puerto

tack In the early afternoon and people say we are silly. If wedon't The academic processional will were presented by Court 796 of Rico for the past ten years and .y;
was admitted to the hospital.She they say we are too seri begin at 1:30 r.M. the Woodman of the World of has served as plant manager of I

and her husband have been ous. If we clip from other papers Judson P. Stryker, Jr., of Flag. Palatka. Making the presentation the Company's Puerto Rican op j ,

t winter residents of Flagler Beach we are too lazy to writeit ler Beach, is a member of the was Floyd H. Dennard of erations. The new plant In i

for the past several years. They ourselves. If we stick closeto graduating class and will receive Palatka, District Manager of the Southern Pines will manufacture I

were at the family cottage on the Job all day, we oughtto a Bachelor of Science Degree . Woodman of The World. He was all models of both dry and
AlA when she was stricken with be out hunting up news; if In Business Administration.Mr. assisted by Mrs. Cora Buckles steam Irons. It Is designed to

the attack about midday.Mrs. we get out and try to hustle, Stryker is the son of Mr. who is a member of this Court. employ about five hundred ems

Robson was a native of we ought to be on the job in ,and Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr., of Students receiving the awardsare ployees when it has 'reached ''j i
Ohio and was the daughter of the office. If we don't print all Flagler Beach. His wife Is the seventh grade students of full capacity within the next i

the late Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Kinney contributions, we don't appreciate former Barbara Babbitt of Flag the Bunnell School. Young Dun year. I

of Wooster, long time winter genius; if we do, the pa- + ler Beach. can Is the son of Mr. and Mm. Mr. Tucker is a former resident

residents of the St. Johns Park per is filled with Junk. If we Mr. Stryker is employed with Thomas C. Duncan of Flagler of Bunnell, the son of Mrs.J. !

area. She is a sister of John and make a change in a fellow'swrite I the General Electric Corporationin Beach. Patricia Is the daughter R. Tucker and the late Mr. 1
Arden Kinney, of St. Johns Park. up, we are too critical; If Daytona Beach. of Mr. and Mrs. George Robbles Tucker. He attended the Bunnell 1

She was a member of the Orderof we don't we are asleep. Now, also of Flagler Beach. High School and Joined the U. S. ,
Eastern Star and was 71 like as not, someone will say These History Achievement Marines !in the early stages of'World
A. T. & T. Will
we swiped this. WE DID. "
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years of age.Survivors Awards are given each' year by War 1 He served with the ,
are her husband, the Court of the Woodman of Marines In the pacific area. 1
Comment The late Launch A New "
Theodore Robson, Wooster; four : Will Rogers The World.Honor. ,

daughters, Mrs. Annabelle Sekel, once said "Everything is I
funny long it is Telstar SatelliteA Levi Brannam
as as happen.
Cambridge, Ohio; Mrs. Dorothy Roll Of I
to
ing else.
Webb Wooster Mrs. Patricia somebody
; second Telstar experimental Heads Lions Club
Jones, Pekin, 111.; .Mrs. Elizabeth a communications satellite will Bunnell SchoolFourth
That
J Fritz, Columbus, Ohio; surely as welcome be launched from Cape Canaveral Officers elected at the Lion$
rain
around these
Six sons, Dr. Richard Smith, parts Tuesday' ,next week.Bu' grade: Minnie Deen, Club meeting were Levi Br n.
Twin Falls, Idaho; Dudley Smith night. Everyone, seemed to be 'k-Moore, Southern Bell Elayne Tucker, Kirk Robertson, nam who will succeed GeorgeM.
feeling much better Wednesday
Roger Smith, and Russell Smith, so district manager In this area, Greg Robertson, Kay Perryman, Moody Jr., as president of
and
Wooster; William Smith, Parma, looks morning several the grass said an Important"'"objective oj Sharon Pache, Mike Kelley, Chip the club. Elected to serve with
shades al
Ohio; John Smith of Columbus, greener the new Telstar will be to learn Johnston, John Geller, John Rich him was L. H. Church, first vice

'Ohio; two brothers, John and ready. how to extend the useful life o:f ard Jones, Mark Strickland, Jay' president; J. J, Kelley, second
Arden KLrmey of Bunnell Also communications satellites In Townsend, Catherine Harris, vice president; John W. Seay ,
surviving are a number of grandchildren We understand the returns Lyna Joy ,Lee Beta ..third vice president. _
space by, avoiding or overcoming ; ,.Knight ,, Y .
all
L., 1 t.:, 1 ,; and ,.great-gran<3clUl\ ;, frpm"Smr.COtn1ng'sections ct lfi"the"from.county the* **of, radiation. It wai Stdfjlk, Jamesae] VYimbejrlyifnr r' ? .. EmU..Smythe! was elect!' ? .
dreV 10'r. \ Cancer Crusade: drive radiation which twice disabled Fifth< grade: 'Mefanle Cody, iaerve'as secretary) .ncl "

J The body,was sent Wednesday Monday Telstar I's command circuit. Barbara Dodgen, Lesa Knight, Drady was re-elected treasurer. N
We
have
evening. hope to the
; evening to, Wooster for funeral Gwyen King, Beth Mather- Henry Burks was elected to serve
Telstar II, like the first, will
totals in ipils week's Issue. The
I services tat the McConnell Funeral local unit of the Cancer Foundation be launched for the American ly, Donna Spicer, Linda I as Lion Tamer and Curtis Rodgers .
Home. Interment will be in Church, Becky Durrance as Tall Twister.
is progressing Telephone and Telegraph Com Cynthia I
the Wooster Cemetery. Craig very nicely pany by the National Aeronautics Hlnson, Debbie Lane. Elected to serve on the Board I
and they hope to have a loan
I Funeral Home of Bunnell was closet set soon. and Space Administration.The Sixth grade: John Cody, Robert of Directors was Dwayne Metts
In charge of local arrangements. up Creal, George Koczwanskl and Curtis Rodgers. Hold-overs
Bell will ,
Telephone system ,
A lot of ground work In the
I organization of the unit has pay all costs for launching and James Robertson, Nancy Hargett, on the board are Henry Burks t
and A. W.
Tucker. ,
YMCA Summer tracking as it did for Telstar I. Carla Tucker, Charles Clegg, I i
been done and response by the
The officers I.
new will be 7
The 175-pound Telstar II will John Cook, Hal King, Mike Rob
public has been
very encourag stalled at the June of
Camp at Wewa ing to the Workers. be basically the same In appearance inson, Carol Lynda Townsend, the club.Local. meeting
as Telstar I, but will weigh Colleen Tucker.
I five pounds more. Seventh grade: Linda Bell,
For and Girls .r
Boys
I Flagler Beach An improved and more powerful Hewett Dupont, Sue Broadaway, Health Unit

The Orange County YMCA of. Delta Rocket will place the Tony Parker, Thomas Duncan,
I fers resident camping for girls School Six Weeks second Telstar In an orbit rang Wesley Thomas, Pat Robbie, Advocates Course

and boys 7 to 13 years old at ing from 575 to 6,560 miles from Vicky Misslnne, Danny Rousse.

Camp Wewa. The camp is located Honor Roll Given the earth, compared to an orbitof Eighth grade: Anne Bourne, Medical Self-Help '.,

20 miles from Orlando 592 to 3,531 miles for Telstar I. Kathy Emery, Vicky King, Arthur -
north of Apopka. The Flagler Beach ElementarySchool's This high apogee (farthest McDaniel, Linda Skolar, Dr. J, R. Sayers, director of
There are four two-week ses six-weeks honor roll is: point from the earth) along with Walton Cowart, Arthur Ford, Flagler County Health Department .

sins for both boys and girls Fourth grade: Sandy Abbott, different types of transistors, Patricia Llngold. said today all persons in-

beginning June 9th. Campersmay Patrick Duncan, Frederick Fruits, will help prevent the radiation Ninth grade: Betty Lynne. terested in the survival of themselves
attend one or more ses Debra Johnson Pam McDaniel, damage which disabled TelstarI's Bourne, Lewis Smigielski. and their families now

sions. The direction of Camp Linda Smith, Vicky Perritt. command circuit Moore said. Tenth grade: Ida Allen, Heidi have the opportunity of participating -'

Wewa Is by Fred V. Kersey, Jr., Fifth grade: Debbie Lucas, The highest apogee will also Eisenbach, Gloria Johnston, Kan- In a Medical Self-
who Is executive secretary of Kris Martel, Cathy Duncan, Ann provide longer periods of mutual dyce Lovell, Mary Pache, Mike Help Training Program.
the YMCA. Meekins, Barbara Wilson, Mi visibility between the Bell Sys- fornsby, Scott Crews, John Bag- 'ThIs course consists of nine

Some of the activities offered chael Bell, Glenn Nelson, Janet em's ground station at Andover, gett, Cynthia Cobb. two-hour sessions and deals

include swim Instructions Haines. Maine, and the European ground Eleventh grade: Sue King, with such subjects as: Radio-
skiing, canoeing, /trampoline, na Sixth grade: Susie Duncan, stations. I' Nell Johnston, Alllda Tucker, active Fallout and Shelter, Artificial -

ture lore, crafts, archery, sailing I I Diana Lucas, Terry Rawlins" Nancy Wilson, Alton Ford. Respiration, Bums, Shock
riflery, and others. Jimmy McNab. 111I; Ground stations In England, Twelfth grade: Caroline Clifton and Emergency Childbirth. In

The staff is composed of tare-;: France' and Italy will participateIn Barbara Smythe, Mechele the event of disaster-either

fully selected and trained college Scout Investiture the Telstar II experiment as Sfefllk, Linda Harris.PLENTIFUL man made or natural-we may
students and teachers. Supervision they have done with Telstar I. be without the services o>(; a

of the camper is constantly Flagler Beach By the end of the year, the West PLANKTON I physician for somtlme. I

maintained to Insure a German station near Munich also Plankton, made up of microscopic 'The aim of this course is tjo ''I i
safe and worthwhile experience. Tenderfoot Investiture for 15 is expected to be in operation. sea life, is so plentifulin teach people certain life savingechnlques
Information may be -securedby new Boy Scouts will be held :, Experiments are planned between Antarctic waters that it stains that will enable

writing to the Orange County Tuesday, 7:30 P.M, at the Flag Andover and Japan after t the ice shades of rose, brownish them to survive. These kits are
YMCA, P.O. Box 863, Orlando, ler Beach Recretatlon Center.To I the first Japanese ground station !pink, and yellow. now in the Flagler County
Florida, for a brdchure giving be received into the troopare I near Tokyo is completed. I Health Department and we urge
full information. : Warren James Moore, III, The International Telephone and' tests and over 400 demonstrations you to become familiar with this
J Steven Terrel, Jimmy McNab, i Telegraph Company's ground' including multichannel program.

YOUTH COUNCIL Ray Newell, George Bobbles, station near Rio De Janeiro, Brazil telephone calling, telegraphy, "Take the course, teach the
I Craig Thomas, John :McDaniel, will be able to receive tele data, telephoto and facsimile course and talk !to your acquaintances -
BOARD TO MEETThe Arthur McDanlels, Jerry Alton phone, data and facsimile signals transmissions. It demonstrated about It. This is a

Executive Board of the I I Gordon, Leo Fleurie, Frank Fleu- from Telstar IL trans Atlantic television fifty concrete; tangible program in

Flagler County Youth Council! rte, Rutsy Improto, Mike Boss, Telstar is the only project times, five times in color, which the people can participate .
will meet at the Bunnell Civic Thomas W. Duncan, Jr., and where a private company has As with Telstar I, all technical and from which they can re-

Center Saturday night at 7:30, David Richard, Jr. built and paid for satellites with information on Telstar n will ceive life saving knowledge."For .
Board Chairman Hazel Holland Following the investiture will its own funds, Moore said. be made available to NASA to Information please call

said today. be a committee and parents' 'Telstar I, which NASA launch* the communications satellite your local Health Department,

All members of the board are meeting. The Rotary Club is the ed for A.T.AT. last July 10, carried corporation, and to the scientific Phone ID 7.3113," Dr. Sayers
urged to attend this meeting. troop sponsor. out more than 300 technical 'community in general concluded.



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL i-LORIDA Thursday, May 2, 1963

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champs June 3rd, 8 P. M.JUNK Studies Show 11961.
Partially offsetting declines in
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other sectors, manufacturing income .
10 Bunnell M. vs. Seville 7:45: Income in Florida I '
POR7S rose by $88 million, and
11 RM.C. VIe W.L.C. 8:30 I
13 Bunnell M. vs. B. M. C. 8:30 Has Hit PlateauAverage agricultural Income increasedI
I $80 million "becafyft of
by
I
,,14 W. L. C. vs. Seville 7:
117 W. L. C. vs. Bunnell M. 7:45 per capita Income in sharply increased cash receipts

:,TE/St": {: 18 Seville vs. B. M. C. 8:30 Florida, although rapidly rising from oranges, reflecting smaller
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Bunnell M. vs. 'W. L C. 8:30 during the 1950's, has hit a plateau marketings and higher prices,

0 0 0 120 B. M. C. vs. Seville 7:45 t a recent University of Flor- the report says.
IDLEWOOD CLUB WINS D Rousse
0 0 0 24 B. M. C. vs. W. L. C. 7:45 ida study reveals. I Orange County, a center for
MIDGET LEAGUE PENNANTThe I B. Hutchenson
25 Seville vs. Bunnell M, 8:30 The study by university econ both citrus and manufacturing
Idlewood Club and the I
Church 2375 27 Seville vs. W. L. C. 8:30: omist Dr. Madelyn L. Kafoglis."! activity, became first among the
played
First Baptist Bunnell M. B. M. C. 7:45 state's major counties in per
28
Thursday In one of the best I F. B. C. Ab R H vs. shows that while the income I
JULY- figure rose by $697 from 1950 capita Income with $2,436 and
M. Manuel 3 1 3
of the midget league sea
games I R. Smith 1 0 0 1 B.M.C. vs. W. 1.. C. 7:45: to 1960, per capita income in I I was closely followed by Duval

,son.Mike Manuel, first 'batter for;I G. Worley 3 0 2 2 Bunnell M. vs. Seville 8:30: 1961 was $1,990, only five dol ($2,377) and Dade ($2,373)

the church team, led off witha I Pee Wee Robinson 3 0 0 8' W. L. C. vs. Seville 7:45: ; lars above that of 1960. I I counties.

triple. Gordon Worley knocked I I J, Cody 302, 9 B. M. C. vs, Bunnell M. 8:30: I "Whether substantial gains I I Hendry County, southwest of

him in with a single to put the B. Barker 3 0 0 11 ,Seville vs. B. M. C. 8:30: similar to those of the fifties I Lake Ockeechobee., had the

church team in front 10. Bobby I D. Hlgginbotham'' 0 I 0 0 12 W.L. C. vs. Bunnell M. 7:45: can occur in the sixties is not I highest per capita income in the

Robinson, striking out 7 straight II. King 2 0 0 Pony Tail All Star Game on yet available," she says. state with $3,068. On the state.
June 6 at 8 P. M. I wide basis, Orange County was
batters, then walked Scott Wilder I B. Robinson 2 0 1 Published in "Emonomic Leaf.
ahd catcher Jimmy McNab'stwo I D. Solomon 2 0 0 lets" by the University's Bureauof second to Hendry.

bagger scored Wilder to 'tie I D. Britt 1 0 0 I Economic and Business Re.
TV SERVICEALL Baker County, in the northern
the 11. I search, the report attributes the
up game part of the state, showed the
23 1 8 small rise 'to Florida's continued
Moore walked and J. Gordon's I Innings J 2 3 .4 5 6 R MAKES i population growth, accompaniedby highest percentage rise, going
I from $975 capita to $1,170,
scored both runners to Agent For per
single I Idlewood 003022 7 small gains or actual de. ,
for a 20 per cent increase, whilein
put the Idlewood Club In the I F. B. C. 1000001 clines in some sectors of thestate's
RCA & PHILCO Gulf County the per capita
lead 3.1. The Idlewood Club I Two bagger, J. McNab, andJ. } economy. I
scored two more runs in the 5th, I Collins. 3 base hit, M. Manuel TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD Income from trade declinedby figure dropped by 13.4 per cent

two more In the 6th to win 7.1. i and S. Wilder. AND INSTALLED $35 million,tthe study shows. :I for the greatest percentage de.
cline in the state.
Collins pitched good ball and I Umpire, Pache and scorer Bebe I A slight recession in the north- I II I
'I TUBES TESTED 'FREE !
some nice fielding plays by his Moody. em U. S. affected the earningsof I

teammates got James out of I trade and service proprietors O. F. ALFORD

two Innings that the Church CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE TV BobFLAGLER in Florida, resulting in a decline : Registered

team threatened to score. HAS OPENING TONIGHTThe of some $50 million In their In. I
Bobby Robinson pitched a Bunnell Recreation Department's come. I Il Real Estate Broker:

wonderful game, striking out 16 Softball league will PHONE HE BEACH 9-2204 l Also, construction income declined l Bunnell. Florida
which'gives him a record of 33 I $123 million
open tonight at 6 o'clock with a"ponytail" by during N
strikeouts in two games. Two
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game. This is a stu
costly errors was the difference
dent-adult women's league.

of the game. Opening game will be the Now What Could Surprise Her More
J. Gordon had two hits for the
Bunnell Restaurant' team with
Idlewood club. For the Church
Elissa Tilton pitching and De-
team Mike Manuel had 33. J. I
lores Deen catching. Home team 'yw' '
Cody had 2-3, and Gordon Wor- Citizens Bank will have Judy _
Icy had 23. Pee Wee Robinson,
Dunson pitching and Ann Hugas
leading hitter of the league, had I catching./

0-3 and lost 71 points. Pee Weeis
still The 1962 champion .Seville,
batting 537 and leadingthe
will open the season against the a
l league. A .
A Bunnell Merchants. Pitching for "f

Idlewood Ab R H the Merchants will be Joe Kelly 1

J. Collins$ R 4 1 1 and Gene'Durrance catching. For

.. J. McNab": 2'2 1 the champs Coen Hires will

B. Moore, 1 1 0 pitch and Mac Yelvington will I
J. McDaniel 3 1 0 I catch.

J. Gordon i. 302. Participating in the opening

F.: Fletirie 300 ceremony will be Flagler Beach I .

D. Anderson 200 Mayor ",George Wickllne, Bun. I ;
C. Baggett 300 nell Mayor H.; V.:' Peavy, and I 3 -

S. Wilder 2 2 1 County Judge T. K. McKnight. I

P. Martell 000 i iI I Game time is 8 P. M. < I > l : : IAsp.

CITY SOFTBALL SCHEDULE I
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PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER 2, Bunnell M. vs Seville, 8 P. M. t

3 W.L. C. vs B.M.C. 7:45
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6 Bunnell M. vs. B.M. C. 7:45

7 W. L. C. vs. Bunnell M. 8:30 a

Phillip M. WhitleyP. 9 W. L.C. vs. Bunnell M. 8:30 :-

10 Seville vs. n. M.C.: 7:45 *
O. Box 174} 13 B.M. C. vs. W. 1.C. 7:45 3:4 ;\ :

St. Augustine, Florida 14 Seville vs. Bunnell M. 8:30 <

I 16 Seville vs. W. L. C. ,." 8:30
Phone ID 7-3282 17 B. M. C. vs. Bunnell M. 7:43

Bunnell, Florida I 2d Seville vs. B. M.C. 7:45 A d ?

I 21 W. L. C. vs. Bunnell M. 8:30:

2$ Bunnell M. vs. W.tJ C. 8:30:

24 B.M. C. vs. Seville 7:45:

MusicTennessee 27 Bunnell M. vs. B.M.C. 7:45:

StyleBY 28 W. 1..C. vs. Seville 8:30:

30 Seville vs. Bunnell M. 8:30:

31 B.M.G vs. W. L. C. 7:43: "
Graves&Carl Spicer
Walt Men's All Stars vs. first' half
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till

SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M.

.LETTER OF MAROUE PHIPPINSS1NCLAIRSTATION

COCKTAIL LOUNGE .
U. S. Bunnell. Flo.
& RESTAURANT
10 gal. gasoline or over, free
5 Miles So. of, Marineland lubrication. Lube and oil '

on AlA. change free wash. Lubrica '
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tion only 99c. Pickup an delivery ', "t ,
anytime, phone 437.7130 ,11i
HASTINGS MATTRESS Special wash and wax $12.50.I' i ;":' (

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS '
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I, Phone 710-12 Palatka EA Lemon, Florida 5-9166 St. II Community I . .than a Personal, Colorful


Furniture. Upholstering Memorial Church ,; EXTENSION
& Refinished PHONEPamper
\ Hundreds Repaired of Patterns to 1.t.r-........ ._ :I

Choose from. AIR CONDITIONED Mom with the year-round time and step.saver--an extension phone-

Made Mattresses to Order&Also Box Renovated Springs Daytona Av.. Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedrocSJ,

PRICES REASONABLE; FLAGLER BEACH I kitchen, Florida room, patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Business 4
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. : Office or ask any telephone seivi 'I
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Just as near as your %qft
,Church Service 11:00 A. M.
Phone or Post _
Office 0 T"R. Southern
Drop'Us: A Card W. DICKERT, PMtor" : -o ( m. .Bell r. . :

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Thursday, May 2, 1963 TilE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA "AlJfi; '1'lU i
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In Florida <-you've got to do a good
Gardening job for best results.taaue .

(By Hemr Sharp) 'the sprinkler in pile SHELTON'S GROCERY
place I long eriouch to soa.lt tlj
April has been as breezy as soil down into the bas nen|j$,
above. the knee, side slatted lawn t
: the root zone Teasing a l
skirts. Therefore, gardeners and wi t brings? feeder roofs: "Your Friendly Co-op Store"SOUTH
gals have had their hands full to tie ?soil surface and forces I \: '
trying to make a modest show-i you to become a daily watering RAILROAD STREET
i slave. Without the dally dampIng I
Ing.Dry winds and rainfall-as the lawn will threaten you l $EE FOR YOURSELF...
short as the revealing garments with a midmorning droop.It I' QUANTITY RIGHTS I
-have caused bare areas to Is a good Idea to call a RESERVED [
show up In lawns. So, if you halt In the artificial rain makingan
haven't had a sod soaker in the hour or so before sundown, i OUR PRICEStOWPRIClS
past 10 days, do a rain dance, allowing the grass to dry be- PRICES GOOD
send up Iodized crystals or turn fore nightfall. The reason-University M !
on the sprinkler. of Florida turfmen say I THROUGH MAY 4, 193 =
Jf you resort !to adding to the that you are Inviting disease'
water bill,remember that sprink problems If you allow the lawnto
ling a lawn Is like spanking a sleep In a wet bed. 1 4 :
STORE HOURS: J ,

Chinch Bug I Weekdays-8:00 to 7:00
CLASSIFIEDADS Keep an eye peeled for )the I II Saturdays-8:00 to 9:00
worst enemy-the chinch bug. ,
I To glimpse this active little II I

rascal, retirees will have to do All Meat >, ' '\ FRESH STEWING.STEW' .
more than adjust their bifocals, LB.
LUtUc* ..*.* tkU 1a..I. ana and the younger set may haveto 6ge
75 eeata**.!per. ..wvrit..!.!each.... I..ert/.a.e....... I squint hard or even resortto Center RibPORK HENS

FOR SALE-10 cu. ft. Cold Spot I a hand lens. LB.
Refrigerator, good condition, $25. i Full grown chinch bugs are CHOPS 59C ,
Call 4392100. 5-2-ltc I black and only a fifth of an I A
II I' Inch long. Their wings are PORK LB. LB.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-4 Mullet'I(I folded over their back, with CHOPS 3ge 19C
nets, 2 refrigerators, 1 G. E. air ,white areas showing. The young Jiffy
conditioner. Call ID 7.3664'1 I bugs are wingless, reddish with
EACHICH
May 2-2tp I white back bands. It takes 20 STEAKS 10e WORLD'S BEST I I
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of these nymphs to measure an
SEWING MACHINE" I inch. Breaded
We have a repossessed 1962 zigzag GROUND BEEF
In excellent condition. Dial- This enemy Usually attacks VEAL PATTIES lOc
o-Matlc for dialing fancy first along concrete walks and Thriftway SlicedBACON
stitches, makes automatic buttonholes drives. The Insect sucks Juice LB. 3lbs.1
sews on buttons, mono and possibly injects a toxic sub- 49c
grams, embroiders, etc. Assumesix stance, causing yellowish to
payments of 750. Write brownish patches In turf.
Credit Manager, 921 Volusla Ave. To check an ailing spot of
Daytona Beach. We will contact grass for chinch bugs, cut both D
you Immediately. 4-25-4tc ends out of a large metal can.
Push one end of the can about HENDERSON'S
REAL ESTATE WANTED to two inches 0 into the sod and fill Fancy GoldenBANANASLb
purchase lots, reasonable pricedto with water. If any bugs are SUGAR 38e
BAG
move three nearly new frame tOe
present, they'll float to the sur
houses or consider moving to your face.
lot Will finance. Small monthly Limit 1 with $5.00 or more LARGE A For *I!!
payments. B & P Mortgage Co., Controlling chinch bugs Is a food order CUCUMBERS4 J5-V .
36461 Candy, Tampa, Mr. 'Raymond problem.' ,But, Experiment Sta . .. .. o.t-..
8392121, Collect. I Lion entomologists say that pea. Large CripyCELERY
April 25-2tp I I Iticides such as VC-13, Ethlon,
':Trithion Dlazion and BOnnet! ., E90
DID YOU KNOW that you can,'will kill the bugs, if applied
now own a 2 bedroom home for I! properly.
as little as $39.00 a month on]I Attack the bugs by first layIng .
your lot. Years of experience and' down
i t a water barrage. Then
FOOD KING wPTf
hundreds of satisfied customers apply the death-dealing chemi
In your area. No down payment. cal. A jar attachment to a gar 1 LB. Ea' .
100% financing. Lacy Brame, den hose Is a fine way to sprayon OLEO Quarters :AvQvLimit 6 OzLEMONADE
P.O. Box 186, Crescent ctt'tFla. the pesticide. Dosage varies Ea.
Phone OWen 83711. with each chemical, so be sure 2 with $5.00 or more 100Libby't
411.4tp to follow the directions on the

FOR RENT-Two bedroom, duplex contlner label. ., --.. food, ... order Fro Joy
apartment, screen porch. Sod Webworm ICE /
49e
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf The sod webworm is a 3/4- MILK GAL

FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment inch long greenish caterpillaf! McKenzie
$40.00 per month. Call that eats by night and sleeps
Harris Appliance ID 73367. by day. The mother, a small BUTTER BEANS
March 14-If dingy brown moth is the dastardly
creature wlio begins the Maxwell House 10 Oz. Instant BROCCOLI SPEARS
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at Invasion by spraying the lawn WHOLE OKRA
reasonable J prices. Call George with eggs.It COFFEE EACH 99'
Jarosz, II) 73410. MIXED VEGETABLES
1.24-7.25 takes only a week for the
p.
eggs to hatch into caterpillars l Limit 1 with $5.00 or more MX OR MATCHfood
WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) customer -'that can eat several times their
order
Call Harris Appliance & weight in grass per night When ". ., . . .
Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. Just a few days old, the web 4for39 f
Aug 30-tfcJOHNSTON'S worm shifts its jaws into high

'""' gear and you'll swear that the
stripped patches of grass happened -

FtAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. To catch overnight.the worms red- WE SAY IT WITH SAVINGS

LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FP.oNT, handed, use a flashlight at
WATER FBONr, FARMS night. During the day, part the PILLSBURY'S BUTTERMILK CHICKEN OF SEA / CAN

ACREAGE grass and look for a greenish BISCUITS Each 90 CHUNK TUNA *. Zge '
needs
S4 ui for TOUT real fitatt "worm" curled up on the ;poll. '
HE 9-2242 Limit Four
Office Phone
A jar attachment hose sprayerloaded
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 LARUTA JIM DANDY
with toxaphene or DDT

or ID 7-35T >vlll, .,kill ;sold. _.r webworms., of. .' _I CORNED BEEF *.. 39* QUICK GRITS Lb. ge '

Kraft's 10 Oz. Strawberry WALDORF ASSORTED

24 1iotiWrecker Service PRESERVES 29C TISSUES 4 Rolls 37C

I

50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. 1.
TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
( MASSEY-FERGUSON I '1
.. Grove Industrial Equipment With purchase of $1.50 With purchase of $1.00 With purchase of $$5.00
or More Food
VIRGIL.A. DECKER .Phone ID 7-3242 worth of Shaving Supplies'Coupon worth of Light, Bulbs Order

Owner Bunnell, Florida void after 5-4-63 Coupon void after 5-463 Coupon void after 5-4-63


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I QUANTITY ;;r ILAGLER FOOD STORE FREE
\, RIDES ON KITTY MERRY-
RIGHTS
!, GO-ROUND
'' RESERVED FRIDAY 12-6 p'"m.
I ( PRICES GOOD THURSDAY,FRIDAY,SATURDAY,MAY 2-3-4,1963 SATURDAY 9-6 p.'m.
OUR SPECIALTY OUR SPECIALTY
'
U.S.CHOICE BEEF NATURALLY AGED GUARANTEED TENDER FANCY FRESH CLEAN PRODUCE
I
I STEAK ) CUT'" ROUND GOLDEN, BANANAS )

SIRLOIN 8 88Lb S CARROTS PKG. (

SALE ) RIB OR CLUB GA E RED POTATOES LB.

CHUCK STEAK Lb. 59 GARDEN FRESHPOLE TENDER
'Ihc
BEANS 2' 35
CUBE STEAKS Lb 79< LARGE FIRM

SMOKED Head Lettuce 2 for 35

BACON BY THE PIECE :: 250 NO. 1 FIRM
., SLICED CENTER CUTS 39e ;:riD TOMATOES lb. 19 1

SLICED FRESH GREEN CRISP

COPELAND'S BABY BEEF LIVER Lb. 49* GREEN CUCUMBERS PEPPERS 'MATCH MIX OR 3 for 25

Pound FRESH YOUNG TENDER
ALL 45e
MEAT Franks 2 Pounds. 89c Yellow Squash 2 Lbs. 19 1

t PALM RIVER COMM.GRADE NEW .
"F
SLICED BACON Lb. 49' RED POTATOES CELLO 10 BAG LB. 39* ,

I IHENDERSON'S
SUPERFINESUGAR I FOLGER'S BAKERITE

.I COFFEE Shortening

5LB. OQC:: Lb. 3ge I 3 LO
'. BAG- vF "!, Or Your Choice Fol gen's. Instant CAN- 49
COFFEE 5 a' 59C
Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order

DELMONTE STOKLEYS CREAM STYLECORN
EARLY $i 00 GOLDEN 303
00
5303
GARDEN PEAS I 6 CANS 1

NO.303 RED DART ITALIAN STYLE CUT GREEN BEANS MIX I
NO. 1 STANDARD TOMATOES MATCH OR 1 10 f for $$1 V0
1
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1 WINTER-GARDEN 24 OZ. LIMIT

i PEACH APPLE CHERRY PIES 3for1 >

COMBINATION SALE MIRACLE| WHIP|
2 Lbs. Holsom Grape Jelly 39C
28 Oz. Holsom Peanut Butter' 590 SALAD DRESSING!!.,Qj:1::1 39 :,
Both, for 98C LIMIT ONE

"IF YOU PASS UP THESE BARGAINS WE BOTH LOSE" : ', ,
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CONSERVATION I sponsors-the County Commlsstonera .

;'Resistance Is and Flagter SCD-on
BT March 26.

;Sought in Cattle NEW Tilmon W. Robinson j I I I

The Yulee Sugar Mill Historic
| We are all aware of the pro. Additional engineering surveys I Memorial was given to the state
tection fallout will got the week
a shelter pro underway past
the Citrus
by County Federationof
'" : vide during an atomic attack, I II the Haw Creek Watershed. CivlIl'
ATTENDS STATE RECENT BRIDE Womans' Clubs In 1955.
but now even the cow is get. I Engineering Technician Bob
WMU MEETING IN HONORED WITHA I I I ting In on the act. Sommers of the Watershed Plan. .
PANAMA CITY I SHOWERMrs. of Gainesville is PAL PARKER'S. INC.
Methods of reducing the up- ning Party out
Mrs. O. F. Alford, Mrs. L. Sue Byrum. recent bride Automotive Specialty Centtt
I I take of radioactive fallout by in charge of the survey work
Harris, Mrs. Alma Sheffield, L.I was honored with a bridal shower Ernest and L. W. Whiteof BHAKK4 IIBLINKD SltUW
I I dairy and beef cattle are being Taylor PART.. AND LA1IOII
Mrs. Margaret Clegg were at the Patrick home in Es-
the local office
| developed by the Florida Agricultural are assisting WORDCSIEVROLIS'1'PI.YMONTIIOTliltils
Panama City, Florida, Monday II I panola. Mrs. Joyce Patrick was Experiment Stations. : him. It is expected that two or '1'4W
through Thursday last week at. I hostess for the affair. The honoree i I three additional weeks will be I 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
According to Dr. T. J. Cunha
i i I
tending the State WMU meet. was before her recent marriage
II 0 o needed to the work.
i head of the Agricultural Experiment complete
the former Sue Cobb.
ing.While o Stations' Animal Science I I Civil Engineer Bob Jessup and
there they were honored A white cake in the form of
I I Department, the experimentsare Economist Reid Powell also of (Ebr TRnnlrr i&rtbul1r.
at a luncheon given by Mrs. a wedding bell was featured in J
being supported by a Public the Watershed Planning Party ..
Lamar Harris, Jr. the refreshment table setting. Dt'JINELI FLORIDA
have been additional
Health Service contract and gathering
They were accompanied home This and served with
was cut
are part of a nationwide Public information, in working on the
by Mrs. Lizzie SeDessie who will Ice cream and punch to fifteen Health Service pogram to reduce final plans for the Watershed. MRS M B FULLER, Editor

spend some time here. members of the Espanola Neigh. the amount of fallout enteringthe Quite a lot remains to be done I

bars Club. and will be in the l>e.lc.at.4 Official PvbllcntUiter
human diet. The contract they county
I I I I ( r.bll. Jfetleee .( KU.l.r
14&. contacting and Interviewing
I JOHN KENDALL MOVED provides $29,300 per year to car I
TO NURSING HOME UNDERCOESSURGERT ry out the investigations. I'I every landowner within the County, Municipalities tberela
Virgil Decker underwent surgery I I sad ... Hate .( Flerlda
watershed area within the next
John Kendall, who has re- A search is being made for
at the J. Hillis Miller Medical 'I
ceived treatment at the local Clinic In Gainesville 'Mon. natural dietary factors, called I few weeks. I Ii Entered u second class matter
hospital for the past two 'weeks chelates, which may tie up i .
day. He is reported as improving A Watershed Committee, representing February t, WS. at the postofflce
after suffering a stroke, has strontlum-90 and ceslum-137
satisfactorily. j I every phase of agriculture at Bunnell. Florida, under act ot
been moved to the Boman'sNursing preventing their absorption from
in the Watershed, has .
I March I, 117*
I I
Home,. 350 South Ridge. the intestine and secretion into been formed to work with the

wood, Ormond Beach. Henry Wells, who recently underwent I milk. I I I Soil Conservation Service In One year ................._....|S.(0
at the Bap. Leader of the is Dr. ,
eye surgery project 'I working up a watershed work Six months .................._$1J5
GRANDSON FOR tint Hospital in Jacksonville, : J. E. Moore of the Department plan. The committee was au i

THE DIAMONDSMr. was released from the hospital i of Animal Science.. ISWEDEN'S j I ""'='"

and Mrs. Marvin Kramerof ;Wednesday morning and will I
Detroit announce the arrivalof 'spend some time at the home' FOR ,
of his sister in law in Jackson :I BIG COIN
a 5%pound son born April II
home. The biggest coin ever made PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
ville before returning I
29.The II II I was Sweden's 24-inch-long, 44-
arrival is the CANCER
grand.
new I pound copper "X-Daler" (ten. I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach '
'I dollar) piece. Issued In 1644, AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES
Diamond of Bunnell. Mrs. Diamond and son, Hervy, were In Vero It would buy one horse and 70
was in Detroit ,to greet Beach last Sunday visiting with I
kilograms of butter. Of the 26,- H. T. COOK AGENCY '
the new arrival.C. Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherlandand 000 coins struck, only three are Those ID 73361 Bunnell Florida I'
family. They were accompanied known to survive. '
home by Mrs. Neva'
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A. Riddell has returned to Eisenbach who had spent the -

his home here after three weeksin past week there with the Suth r-
the East Coast Hospital re lands. I I'II

ceiving medical -attention.Mr. Mr. Sutherland has recently

been named County Attorney of A FEW QUESTIONS TO

and Mrs. William Deckerof I Indian River County. Mrs. Suth

Peru, Indiana spent several erland is the former Mardell

days here this week with relatives I Eisenbach of Bunnell. Their .
+ came here becauseof Neva Sue :'lhH'. , \ -
They children are Debbie, : ;'
the illness of his father, Virgil I Holt and Feryl. .. 1-- ASK THE ; .. .
Decker. ; '$


A-3c Buddy Barrow left Mon. I
Mrs. Lizzie DeSessie of Pan.
sometime day to return to Keesler Airforce,
ama City Is spending
Base in Mississippi where he PRINTING PEDDLERWhen
here visiting with her brother I
I in the
his training
will continue
in law and sister, Mr and Mrs. .
O. F. Alford and her brother and !' radio-radar school. He spent a

sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank short furlough here with his I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bar.
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Mercer. row and family. the peddler selling' stationery and printing supplies solicits

Mrs. Jessie Muzyka has returned i your business, there are a few questions which he should be will-

to her home after receiving ing to answer to your satisfaction.
treatment at the local hos CARD OF THANKSWe

pital for twelve days. would like to thank our

friends who were so thoughtfulIn 1. Does he pay taxes in this community?

Mrs. J. D. Barber has returnedto sending cards, flowers, and

her home here after receiving visiting during my hospital stay.
2. Can he order short
supply your on notice?
medical treatment at the East I Also those who offered to give

Coast Hospital In St. Augustine blood. Your kindness is appreciated ,V

for the past five weeks. I very much. 3. Does he donate space in 'newspaper to your local

C. A. Riddell and family. community enterprises? .

Miss lona Moody of Orlando IW TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEV- .
visited here several last E\TII: J1UKIAI: CIIICUIT. IV
days ANI FOIL ..M.I'KK ('otINT)". 4. Does he pay wages. to employees located in the
week with her parents, Mr. and FMHIIUA. ICIIAIICKKV.: <:A$B ,

Mrs. D. D. Moody. IN NO.UK 4640.: Adoption of county? T
JAMBS MACK JOHNSON

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wll- minor, by JOSEPH NOTICE B. 1' LL'CEU. 5. Does his newspaper donate its space toward the betterment 1 If
TO, : JAMES CARL JOHNSON
lard Tucker during (the past '
Address Unknown. and upbuilding of this community? '
weekend were his brother and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for the Adoption
sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. Rich. of the white, male. << child
soJ.nAI Aletiin 6. Does he favors that would ask of
ard Tucker, of Southern Pines, JAMES the above MACK cause on the 25th day grant you you your
North Carolina. of April. A D., mi. by JOSEPH local newspaper?
B. PELLICER and you are hereby
commanded to be and appear In
the aboTe-named Court on or before 7. Does the of his merchandise
Guests of Mr. &nd Mrs. Wal the Jrd day of June. A. rr: quality stand inspection?
ter ,Knight during the past 116) to how cause If any there

weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Horace should he why not the be Petition granted for Adoption, 8. Does his price include postage and insurance charges?
DATED this 25th day of April.
Locke and son David of .
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Tampa. Mrs. Locke and Mrs. I (Court Seal) R A Circuit dIf

Knight are sisters. May -9-U-U--4tc Clerk of the Court he can answer ALL the above questions in the affirmative, he
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has an equal right to your business.


CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .

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.PAGE; SIX tilE FLAGLBR TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 2, 1968

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It j midnight blue wall covered with I GRADE SB-The 8B section ''Chicken Pilau Supper that was IN TIIK ('OiNTY J11X3K! CO CRT.

stars and more climbing vines. voted to have an "outside of held on Saturday, April 20, for TY IN AND FLORIDA.FOR .'LAJLt:1tOIN IN I'HOBATH -

School AwsJUNIORSENIOR I Stars were hanging from the I school" picnic. They decided togo ,I' the benefit of the Senior Class NOTICE TO CHKDlTCms

t!ceiling too.Parents to Alexander Springs. Everyone trip. The Seniors would also IN HE ESTATE OF
W. Pearson Lloyd. Deceased
PROM -The I will go in cars and there would like to thanJc the Country I .' creditor and all persons
I of both juniors# and t i iI h&yfns
i Bunnell HK'h' School Gym was will be at least five chaperones. Club for their ,donation of $25.Carol S. said estate claim: or demand against
seniors in
dropped during the ]'
decorated to resemble a garden I 'The 8A is also participating in I Hos'klns' Reporter. You, aMId each of you are hereby
, evening to see how things were I notified and required to present any
In Heaven with the ceiling the this event The picnic wile not claim and demand* which you or
going. They all seemed pleased I
either of have againstthe
: may
be sponsored the school. you
by
color of a midnight blue sky with the way everyone was conS 'I i Bonnie Lowe has enrolled in estate of W. Pearson Lloyd,

and silver stars of various :sizes ducting himself and commented i I The 8th grade boys competed grade 7B at Bunnell High. She I,I deceased{<'\Florida to late the of Hon.Flagler T. K.County.McKNIOHT -

,- hanging balls from It White tissue the on how nice everyone looked. 'i with the 7th grade boys in track comes from Lakeland, Florida, County, at, County his office Judge In the of Flagler County
between
paper hung last week. Unfortunately the where she attended Lakeland Courthouse In Bunnell Flagler
the different After the prom everyone was County. Florida, within six months
look like
stars to Junior School.
Invited to a party given by Mrs. 8th lost by two points. Later on High from the date of the Ant pUbli-
planets. I cation hereof. All claim and demands
A. B. Johnston and her daughter in the year the 8th grade girls not presented within the

A rock garden with a bird Nell, at their beach house. will compete with the 7th grade BETA CLUB-The Beta Club I time and In the manner prescribed l

bath was In the center of the Everyone enjoyed the good food I j: girls. Good luck to them! held a meeting on April 17 to I i herein law.shall be barred a* providedby

gym. A silver tree with pink and dancing. I j I Arthur Ford'and Patsy Lln.II select next year's officers, and I Dated Bessie rlf.23Lt A.dD. 1963.

and blossoms and covered to discuss the Beta Convention I A* Administrator of the Estate of
green The Junior class extends their II II gold are to be congratulated for
and make final I W. Pearson Lloyd. Deceased.
with filmy angel hair which thanks to their sponsors and the being on the honor roll for the to preparations I, Thomas A. Koehler
served to reflect the revolving for cleaning the school stage. Ul N. Wild Olive' Are.
parents who helped during the 5th sixth weeks. Daytona Beach, Florida
colored lights focused on them ,I' The new officers are: Jennie Attorney for Estate
I prom week. Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Dale Abbott.
grew In the rock garden. Against Wyndham, Mrs. Townsend, and I Bennet, president; Buzzy Me- April 25 & May 2-9.16-4o

the end wall was a big silver I I Mrs. Kersey gave a lot of valuable Ninth Grade-Mr. Baggett discussed Knight, vice president; Nancy IN ENTII TIIK JUDICIAL CHU'l;IT COURT.l'IRCl11T.8EV.IN

and gold moon on which many I help with the decorations.Mrs. with the Freshmen the I Wilson:, secretary; Gloria Moore, AND FOIl FL.AULRR ('OONTY.F'LOit1DA. .

couples had their pictures taken. Barber, Mrs. Tucker, and idea of giving $25 each year treasurer; and Allida Tucker, NO. 4
The next thing your eyes fell ,i Mrs. Turner helped with the toward their senior trip. Charles reporter.The Ralph Sheridan Poison rialntlff

on was a brightly colored stairway food. Thanks are given to the Creal told the students about Beta Club Convention will -vs-

to the stars. All around the I j many others who also helped. the'account each one would be held on May 3.4 at the George Edith Houchens Embry Defendant Poison

walls were butterflies and birds j We also thank Mr. Baggett and have in the Washington Hotel in Jackson. NOTIC'K OF SCIT

and trees covered with flowersof j|I members of the faculty for be. bank.Sue Deen. ville. IN THE NAME OF TilE STATEOF

Heaven. The tables were covered -i i Ing so helpful In arranging for Carol Hoskins, Reporter. TO: KLOHIDA EDITH :HOUCHENS EMBRY

with white table cloths I the juniors to spend as much LIBRARY CLUB-During the whose I-OLSON residence and/or post office -

and In the centers were stars'1 time as possible In the gym National Library Week, the LI. GRADE 7B-The 7B students address are unknown.You .

surrounded by angel hair which !! decorating. j I brary Club sponsored Dr. 'J. will begin making their Science with the are Clerk hereby of required this Court to youranswer file

looked Just perfect with the Saturday, everyone enjoyed a Rodriguez. The club held an assembly Fair projects next week.' Some herein to the against Bill of you Complaintfiled In the

pink and silver nut cups and good sleepy swim at one of the Friday, April 26, at 8:30A. : 'II' students will make motors and above entitled cause on or before
others will make the 3rd day of June A. D. 1961 and
white favors. at the beach. M. for Dr. aquariums.The .
silver
many springs) or Rodriguez to speakto serve a copy thereof upon MAX .. .
Never before have the, boys And of course Monday is now grades 7 through 12 about rest of the class have varied MASSFELLER Plaintiffs attorney
herein, whose address is 923 North
and girls looked so nice. Every. upon us and the poor juniorsare Cuba and Communism. Every. projects. Beach Street, Daytona Beach, Florida ;

one' enjoyed the wonderful music once more slaving in the one enjoyed Dr. Rodreguez's vis .hereby"THE designated FLAQLER as TRIBUNEIS the news

of The Swinging Temptations I|I gym trying to remove all the it, and are anxious for him to The Sea Dyak tribesmen of paper published In which once t:11IIw 1rf shall four be

of Orlando. The chaperones i i frills so that the disrupted phys .return. Sarawak consider king cobra a consecutive weeks' HEREIN FAIl

didn't let the good music go' to I foal education classes'' may once Marsha Durrance. delicacy. Cook, serve colds NOT FESSO OR WILl.A DECREE BE ENTERED PRO CON-AGAINST -

waste either.As more continue. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL

everyone left they passedthe Again we extend our many Caroline Clifton School Editor PETERSON URE.The nature of this suit la a bill

decorations in the lobby. thanks to everyone who helpedus SENIOR CLASS-The Senior II SERVICE Acol for WITNESS divorce. MY hand and seal at \

There were white and silver in any small way.A Class extends its appreciation to Bunnell Flagler County .Florida
I ROAD I this 29th day of April A. L). 1963.
trees covered with vines and a Junior. the VFW Auxiliary for the : (Official Seal) E.-A. 8MYTHE.
: Mechanical : Clerk Circuit Court
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Flagler County, FloridaBy
I Phone 437.3<<1 Bunnell ;I Julia R Harvey
Deputy Clerk:
-- May 2-.16.23-4to
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NOTK'K FOR HID I\ THE CIRCUIT TO! RT IN AND
Notice I I. hereby given that the
FOIl FL.AUL.ICIt IOINTY.: FL.OIU
L Board of County Commissioners IDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 4037
will receive sealed bid on the 6thday ANNE
O. REID.
of May A. D. 1963, at the hour
of 9:00 io-k A M. In the office. Plaintiff.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court VS. _
In the Flagler: County Courthouse EARL IX REID,
\ \ : for the erection of ar wood or steel a>l>ef<>ndant.
\1\P i roof on the County airport hangar NOTICE OF SUIT'
building. THR STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Upecincatlon Can be obtained at Earl B. South Coast Highway
+ Laguna Beach' California
:
the office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit -
Court. You are hereby notified that a
\ dA&I The Board reserves the right to suit ha been brought against you
reject blda. for divorce In the Circuit Court for
Dated satat3unnelll, Florida, this Iety Jloflt'd: 'In Chancery
2nd:: day of April. A. D. 1963. Anne and you
\r 1 1 O C H. COWART, Chairman are hereby required to file (personally
ATTEST:, or said attorney), with the
E. A. 8MYTHE, Clerk Board I'lerk of Court, your written
of County CommIssionersof defense, If any, to the Complaint
Flagler County Florida In said suit on or before the 28th
April 28 & May 2-2tc clay 'Of May, 1963 and further
vithln\ said period of time to serve
IN TILE CIRCriT CO!'RT OF said written defenses If any, up-
FL.AUL.KH (;COl'NTY FLORIDAIN on Upchurch and Upchurch. PlaintIff -
CHANtRHY "NO. 4623 attorneys, whose address 1 I.
DOMINICK FltASCELLA 600 Exchange Bank Building St.
Plaintiff Augustine. Florida and The Flag-
ler Tribune, which I is a newspaper
CONCETTA VFRASCELLADefendant, meeting the requirement prescribed
by law for such purposes
NOTICE TO DRPKND la hereby designated a* the newspaper .
In which this notice shall
THECONCETTA FlJlMLlf: be published once each week for
S> Second Street four consecutive weeks Herein
Somerville New Jersey fall not or judgment will be' entered -
e notified that a against you default
.uTto'tarter filed against you I In WITNESS: my al and the: seal
the above entitled cause; and you of- said Court at Bunnell. Flagler
are hereby required to answer County Florida this 21rd day of
rlrhr.oo
with the Clerk : Official 1163.
and to serve a copy thereof upon ( Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, A* Clerk of the above
whose- name and address Is: styled Court '
RAY SELDEN By Julia R. Harvey
I SeJden Building Deputy Clerk.
6 Daytona Beach Florida UPCHURCH A UPCHURCH
g aWWk. i not later than May 28th A. D. 1962. 600 Exchange Dank Building
If you fall to do *o, decree pro St. Augustine Florida
confesso will be entered against Attorney for Plaintiff
you for the relief demanded In the April 2( & May 2-9.16-Ith
bill of complaint. The nature of
aid suit being for divorce. NOTICE OF BIDS WANTED
WITNESS my hand and seal of Notice I* hereby given that the
said Court this 22nd day of April. East Flagler Mosquito Control DI.I .-
A. D. 1963. trlc of Flagler Beach Florida wlU
MAKE YOUR GIFT A TREASURED SURPRISE (Omcld'SealJ E. A. SMYTH I sealed bids at the offlce located
Clerk of said Circuit
Court 7 mile north cf Flagler!
By Julia R. Harvey Beach on Highway AlA and
Deputy Clerk : until 6:90 P. M. on May Uft.o (
Gv efterELECTRICALLY; April 25 & May 3-9.16--4to or postmarked prior to that time
and date for the following for fiscal -
IN .iTIIB CIRCUIT COURT OF year ending September 10,
FLAGLKR COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Furnish I approximately UII6
CIIANCRRY NO. H18 gallon of No. a Fuel lf' to be
: MINNIE BOXLEY delivered to the District'/ storage
n Plaintiff tank in Flagler' Beach. Florida, In
Y quantities suitable for the capacity

The lively NEW LOOK in gifts is electric As modern as kENNETH. ,BOXLEYi Defendant of storage> .100 tanks gallon, which U Quotation approzlmately -
NOTICE TO DKFKND to be a Firm bid and based on (0
Tomorrow. Always in good taste. So practical . so preferred THE STATE KENNETH OF FLORIDA BOXLEY TO: degree Furnish)'. approximately Temp 1.00 gal-

. so appreciated. They keep on giving a "h 1pin hand" 30 Haslet.Clement New Lane Jersey Ion District's gasoline Headquarters to be delivered in. .Flagler to the
You are hereby notified. that a Beach Florida
in
for years. See the wonderful selection: at your favorite store. suit hal been filed against you In storage tank facilities.quantities Bidder for to
the above entitled cause' ; and you furnish storage tank of (00 !gallon
are hereby required to file your answer capacity with
And for that special occasion, make it a treasured swpri se. with the Clerk of this Court, meter. Quotations dispensing to be pump Firm Bid and
and to serve a thereof
copy upon Furnish
approximately
like an electric} dishwasher; or clo tkes dryer, or new flameTeag the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address* attorney Is* Ion.. ,of'*1.Headquarters P. M- delivered In 1.000 Flag to trill-the!

electric range. What coul 'be nicer? Selden RAY SELDEN Building Beach. Florida.k and Bidder dispensing to furnish*
with meter pump
Daytona Beach. Florida Quotation to
not later than taalo: A.D. 19(2. Bid. be Firm
If you fall so decree pro Bid will be opened at the
iiih confesso will be entered against on Wednesday, Mr office
NA 1ft f1&.1 LJ. bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature In the ef 1:Successful bidder will_ 'be"J notllfl.'d at

aid cult being for divorce. following the Dlitrlct !
'n t ..,AND 9irT-9IVIN9 WITNESS my hand and seal of Of bid. tabulation
aid Court this 22nd day of AprilA. The DI.trtct ruerv" the
D. 1963.Omcial to reject an,. aDd all rlcht
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ( Seal) E. A. 8MTTHE waive any informalities bid in,IIlddllll'anel to
Clerk of
said
Circuit Court EAST FLAOLER
; HCLTIN9 BUILD FLORID By Julia R. HarveyApril CONTROL, DISTRICT MOSQUITO
Deputy Clerk a a
25 & May J-t-U-eto April 25 R May -2t'cretarr.




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((1)) "OUR LEADER" BROOM
Pkg of (And This Coupon)
Yellow CookingONIONS 50
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1 tb Cello Bag . ,, ",. Gift Bond
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CARR 01S't' Each 9 e with purchase of with $5.00 or more
20 tb BAG CHARCOAL Food order.
Farm Fresh (And This Coupon) t (And This Coupon)
CUCUMBERS 5 for 29 Coupon Void After May 5, 1963 1 Coupon May Void 5, 1 after '
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d PAGE EIGHT' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, tyay_-2,,-1963--,

,,1' -I I Pork Dinner for Saturday, May., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brede which the school cannot fill requests -

111, from noon until 7 P. M. from Pittsburgh, Pa., visited for include jobs In book
Beach !!. Church school time it 9:45 briefly last week with his par keeping, general typing, and office
I fager A. M. and morning worship is ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede, personnel and positions requiring
I' at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold in Hillcrest The Martin Bredes machine bookkeeping
.
to their home after skills.
Hoover, minister. Next Sunday were enroute -, r
{ there will be a fellowship dinner enjoying a vacation In Miami Job placements made this year
: MRS. EMMA KULP I II MRS. DICKERSON 'I' Immediately following the I which they had won. by Mary Karl officials range
WITH A
HONORED AT DINNER! HONORED morning worship service The from banks and real estate offices -
I:1 SURPRISE PARTY official board will meet after The Demand For to motels, construction
( The faculty and staff of the Mrs. Sarah Dickerson was I
the dinner. Everyone is Invitedto companys, professional and state
I Flagler Beach Elementary School given a surprise party Sunday attend and dish to
I bring a Clerical Workers offices and retail firms.
I. l entertained Mrs. Emma Kulp evening at the home of Mrs.
pass. Rolls and coffee will be I He said the division business
;.. dinner at the Avenue.
with a retirement Amy Stratton, Daytona ,I furnished.The .
+ Bunnell Restaurant Monday eve Mrs. Dickerson la leaving this! I Exceeds Supply education department Is now
WSCS will meet next able to enroll additional students
A reception was enjoyed week to spend the summer
nlng. I ,
I Tuesday morning, May 9th, at In bookkeeping
typing, shorthand
trained cleric.
The demand for
at the home of Mrs. Dale Brown months In Windsor, N. Y.
9:30 in the church building. business machine
I al personnel continues to exceed operation
preceding dinner. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. I
S I.William Mee, Charlotte Durof- I{ the supply, Hal Massey, director filing, and general
Mrs. Kulp was presented witha I chalk, Freda Cole, Amelia Gilbert COMMUNITY MEMORIAL of DBJC's Mary Karl Vocational clerical. Training Inquiries are
white carnations CHURCH NEWS Invited, he said. .
of
Division said
corsage Edna Knukern, and John today. i
and a beautiful silver engraved Lytton. Mrs. Dickerson was presented The Ladies Guild will servea Fifty business education students -
I bracelet by the group of friends have been placed by the YOUNG EAGLES SHRINK
with a gift from her buffet supper tonight (May i
r which 'Included: W. E. Fennell, i friends. 2nd) at 6 o'clock in FellowshipHall school's placement office in jobs I When a young ealglet leaves
Jr., Mrs. Leonard Moody, Mrs. to which the public Is in. I paying up to $65 per week since the nest, it Is larger than Its
Ed Soferfeldt, Mrs. Allen Reynolds I FLAGLER BEACH PTA vited. Following the supper the beginning of the school year. I'parents by as much as a poundIn
Mrs. Lee Bourne, Mrs. Dale I MEETS NEXT TUESDAYThe there will be a short devotionalled I The greatest demand by area weight and a foot In wing.
I Brown, Mrs. E. D. Johns, and last meeting of the Flag by Rev. R. W. Dickert and employers Is for stenographers span. Contraction of bones in
I Mrs. Ed Schatz. ler Beach PTA will be next Tues the evening will be concluded I and general clerical help, Massey -I maturity and strenuous exercise

Mrs. Kulp, who resides at 1200 day evening at 7:30 In the I with the monthly business meet- I pointed out. Other areas bring the eaglet down to size.
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Central Avenue at Flagler Beach, school cafetorium. Installation ing. I ---- ------

has been teaching school for 27 :of officers for the ensuing year Sunday school .is at 9:45 A. M.
years and has been a member I I will take place at that time. and worship hour is at 11 o'clockat FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

of the Flagler Beach Elementary I which time Rev. Dickert, pas
School faculty for the past seven METHODIST CHURCH NEWS tor, will conclude his messageson S AMBULANCE

years. I Beginning this Saturday, May "Was It Necessary for Christto PHONE VAlley 4"1625
4, there will be a Catechetical Rise From the Dead?" SERVICE
Class for all children nine yearsof I ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon.Mr. age (and over) at 10 A. M. at GARDEN CLUB NEWS Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
ard Moody Saturday were the home of Rev and Mrs, Reyn The Flagler Beach Garden
chil are always at service with promptness, safety and
your
and Mrs. Bill Watson and
old Hoover. Club will hold its last meeting "
\ dren, Lynda, Charles and John.! Members of the Men's Club next Tuesday, May 7th, at 1:30P. : experience '.
I
,. who attended the district meet- M. in the Flagler Woman's
; Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
I Wednesday
Mrs. Sara Dickenson left "
I
I in St. Augustine last Thursday Club building.
to spend about five I evening are: Roger Hoose, C. B. I Yearly reports and past presi Garcia Funeral Home&
months at her summer home In I I' Hull, Lyman Gage and Rev. E. dent's review will be the order t. .
Windsor, N. Y. [Lester Stanton. of the day. Mrs. Willis White ti P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

I The Men's Club ts planning will be the hostess and Mrs. Abby I LADY ASSISTANTWUVWWUVUVl

Mr. and Mrs. Judson their Stryker home, a homemade Sauer Kraut and I[ Hanselpacker, co-hostess. ? ...mwww"A ..........Wti' .NY.'1r1r13 .
Jr.,'have returned to ---- -
here from Gainesville where he '
was a student at the Universityof I
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WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING I \.;';--=' :" :':': :.' '.,: ..:; : :, ::'. ...;;. ..::. --u---- ;.:-----: :t. :: :'O' '..

NEXT WEDNESDAYThe I... . .-.- ..
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will meet May 8th at 2 P. M. at 1t. H :: .: .. :-; 7 .7 .. .
: 7'-
I n , .
1524 S. Central b.o. ,,' .
the Clubhouse, t" '."I',,' \, ; ,."'< '..f.r.. .
Ave. Mrs. Jasper White, newly t J'
elected President, urges all
members to be present so plans
t for the summer months can be I

made.The New Executive Board will I, ..' -y

be hostesses for the afternoon. ,:
Members wishing to attend the I
District Six workshop' May 9th,
I to be held at the Peninsula Club
In Daytona, are asked to contact
f Mrs. White before noon Satur
day so reservations can be sent ,
In by Monday, May 6th. I t4 /' "it
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i A St. Johns River Associational 7

I Vacation Bible School Clinic

I was held Tuesday In Palatka at _
I the First Baptist Church. II

I The First Baptist Church here
I will hold its vacation Bible I
I School June 13.14 from 8:30 to
11:30 each day with Mrs. Ethel
}: r
I Rumill as principal. I :u '. 1 .n a.lw4

Those attending the Vacation Corsair Monza Club Coupe

I I Bible School Clinic In Palatka I Who needs muscles ?

were: Mrs. Agnes Lee, Mrs. Barbara I .
r Stryker Mrs. Henry Shill,
Mrs. E. P. Fleurle Mrs. Ethel I Do you know how easy it is to take a corner So think about those trips to the beach
I I Rumill, Miss Margie Schatz and t with a Corvair or park one? Turn this this summer those bright sunny days and
newspaper sideways and it will give you a balmy moonlit nights
Miss Barbara Weaver. pretty good idea. The -wheel handles just And besides, looking at it from a very
Filmstrips were shown and about that easily. point of view, it's Trade 'N'
beneficial information was exchanged The Corvair'a engine is in the rear, for C EVROLET Travel time right now at your Chevroletnot
among the members only greater traction,but more balanced dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys.
weight distribution. And that's what makes But you had better hurry before somebodythe
25 churches
from approximately A
I muscles in ahead
steering so completely effortless. of you. Spring's here.
represented. The clinic was under The engine is air cooled, too. No radi Summer's coming fast.And with these sporty
direction of a team of State ator. No water or antifreeze. No boiling good-looking Coryairs selling Jhe way'they
Association leaders who were over or freezing up to worry about. It takes are, he who hesitates will want to kick
i very impressive, according to I the weather and the terrain as it comes. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEAl!Ri)\ himself.

1 those attending.

Sunday school Is at 9:45 A. M. CHECK HIS TNT DEALS OH CHEVROLET CHEVY CORVAIR AND :
and morning worship is at 11 CORVEHT!( 'JJ'J.jl.
o'clock. A student from Stetson : .

University will supply the pul- .. .
pit this Sunday and Rev. Atlee w
Stevens will return the follow I HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY .4 ":
ing Sunday. Training Union Is '

at 6:45 P.M. and evening wore I
ship follows at 7:45.: TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA

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