Title: Flagler Tribune
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00538
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 9, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00538
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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; Allocates 1

i I r Recreation Fund t

To Municipalities .. ill
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The Board of County Commissioners p
' at its meeting Monday t
Board Clerk E. A.
't Smythe,to divide the $6,000 recreation
funds for use by Bun BAND AS IT

nell and Flagler city commissions
upon recommendation by A CONCERT

, ...___ ., the advisory committees. The STEPS OF THE
'$6OOo;( *was appropriated 'accord ,

ing a local law, aSSt"dlJt:* e. TOL DURING

;_ 1961 legislature. r CHERRY !:; ,' I
Flagler" Beach city commis. #rrEa 4 r'f
sioners Tom Duncan and Robert TIVAL. SHOWN e. 1o +
Henderson had prepared a list r
of proposed projects upon which I
Flagler Beach's $3,000 would be MASTER WALTER "
11" i$ :sir
spent. RIS' AND o t i 7 $,
Earlier this year the county .. .'

commission had appointed ad MAN BILLY j '
each city 4,
visory committees in THEWS. I :
recommendations on Fi/
to make
recreational activities. County
John A. Clegg a
Commissioner I ...
recorded as I I'I'
. asked this vote be '
; "po" on allocation of the funds. I

After being advertised for I
three bids were received for re- 'I

roofing the hangar building at I

the Bunnell, the airport board advised After consideration the- : "' . J,, \Of" \ ", },. '. ;. f I,

bidders that they would be notified I \ -- --
within ten. days. The bidders Funeral For MrsLewandowski
were Bunnell Construction: I J\teu>4 and ( Films School Board

Co., $6,767; W. H. Cobb, $9,000 (By Eula, Held ;
Be Shown at
and Lerch Wilson Co. $5,503. Appoints Faculty

Putting off acceptance of the Wpnder if the Monday MorningRequiem
bids appeared to be caused by will be as scarce Concert Tuesday Meet .......t

misunderstanding of the spedficationsfor'repaWng'tlie as the April 'Fflday eiitng.,May .JOJ .-K Mass was offer.. ._
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"Sta1"shoWe { + TherSchool Board
."p". iuild: seas. "Tuesday.approved o 1di".hi rn ng an oTcI k At 1f!
Gymnasi ,
; M., in Flab ter ,
ing. Money for the work, $3 5007 to be our,dry the Bunnell High School the recommendations of St Stephens Catholic Church by \f"
I Supt. Z. D. Holland and Supervising '
received from Insurance relives few moments of Fr. Diego Conesa for Mrs. Helen
was a
r after the building burned. Just think, only I Trip for the Principal John, Baggettfor Lewandowski Interment follow

Additional mpney will be received I,until summer of all who did not see reappointing teachers who I ed In the family lot at St. Mary's '
did the ? are on annual contract in the Cemetery in Korona. f
for further improvementof year go at its annual Spring Con '
Flagler County School system.
the airport from the sale of School.'k Pallbearers were Andrew Za-
cords of pulpwood The Board also accepted the lewski I ,
an estimated 1,000 Charles Creal, concert has been' Ted Plechoclnski, John
along the edges of the Citizens Bank of which includes music resignations of Janice Garrls, Walkowlcz, Joseph Meteckl, John I
field to C. H. Knight re-appointed to presentation of I Alice Lovelady, and John W. Szarama, Iqnacy Korczak.
Dumbauld, who were also on
for supply.
received Mrs. Lewandowski died
,/ Bids were Advisory Contest medal winners Friday
ing the county with gasoline, tona Beach Junior of graduating Seniors annual contract. morning at the Halifax: Hospital 1 I

oil and greases. The contractwas appointment was preview of films made Following are the annual con in Daytona Beach following a t I
awarded' to Sinclair Refining School Board. The during the Con- tract teachers who were recom. brief illness. She was 75 years i

Co. as the lowest o>, three is for four years. the Capitol steps, the mended. of age. I

bidders.It ___ -i, I I Blossom Festival Parade Santa Bradley James O. Craig, She was a native of Poland
that WOo Opal G. Craig, Edna E. McClure,
was announced and to
The "Biggest film clip furnished by came Flagler County in !i
._, macK""Paving Co. of Daytona Dixie" will Spessard Holland of his: Amelia Y. McCoy Wllda Hargett, 1914 from Chicago. She, with '
Beach, had been awarded, contract concert on Friday report from Washington, Gerald Manuel, Inez T. Manuel. her family the Alex Krazanowski :
by the State Road Department Jack D. Hardlrv Averley Brown, resided in
home movies of several member of the family, the Fa-
Old Dixie j Eddllene N. Johnson, Albert T.
to resurface Band Trip will Band. vorltta area and at Flagler I
(old brick road) from north of at this time. i Ford, Jennie Newell, Geraldine Beach until 1929 when they returned :
with US public Is cordially invited
intersection Vaughn.
overpass to I to Chicago. She returnedto
1 in south end of town. The City "No final concert of the Flagler Beach School: Suzanne Bunnell in 1944 and has resided
year. L. Bourne, Ruth G. Somer. I here since
in the downtown that time.
feldt,. I
BPW CLUB PLANS ing repainted this I She was married in 1956 to Mr.
Carver High School: George
ration to B. Lewandowski and resided
BANQUET FOR a I Paper M. Tapley, Clyde W. Allen,
ing rules. The since that time on East Moody-
Queen E. Polite, Ronald D. May-
NEXT THURSDAY to observe the Hold Boulevard. He passed away about -
hew, Estelle Thomas, Rosa Lee
rules in these three
Reservations for the Business Ferguson, Beady T. Baisden, years ago.
and Professional Woman's Club Traffic hazards Bar-BQue Florence Roundtree, Bettye M. I She is survived by three
Banquet on May 16 must be especially on Henderson. daughters, Mrs. Helen Taufen,
made with Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr., Post Office area, Kennett Square, Pa.; Mrs. Wan.
are not observed, annual Bar-B-Que for the da Kintz
by Monday May 13 President Chicago; Mrs. Lila '
Gwen McGriff said today. flow Is controlled Landowners was held at St. Regis Builds Han Wojtasik of Summit, 111.;

The banquet will precede the, trio signal lights. In Paper the Haw Company Creek I II one son, Frank Krown of Chi.

installation of new officers' and Public Park At cago. Also surviving are 13
also observing the first anniversary The City and I I I grandchildren and three great.
of the Club charter. The making plans to I 250 guests which In. 'Shell BluffThe grandchildren. I
Club was chartered with 24 side of Church Jack Trescot, assistant The Rosary was at the Craig |

members and has a membershipof tween Moody and and Woodland St. Regis Paper Company, Chapel, 201 East Moody Boulevard .
31 members now. the State is .. Manager of Palatka, In cooperation with the Govern at 8 o'clock Sunday night
Guest speaker for the evening Street. They also Officials, Landowners, or's Committee on outdoor recreation Craig Funeral Home of Bun.
will be Delia Rosenburg of I Bay Street between of the company and and the Florida Wildlife nell was In charge of arrange.
Starke who Is State Recording Court Street I guests.. Commission, plans to make ments.

Secretary. District Four Director the same time.WINNING. of bar-b-que meats, available for the public an overnight
Lois Walker of Ormond peach the "trimmlns," which campsite park in Shell ramp.
will be the installing officer. and a'' Bluff. The park will be located Tentative plans are to have
Mrs. Walker was president of swamp of luclous home. i between Highway 100 and Lake a dedication program of thepark
the Ormond Beach Club who Barbara Smythe :, Crescent on the Memorial Day
cakes, was served to the
sponsored the organization of place in the Area The campsite will have a capacity weekend a spokesman for the
the local club. servation speaking of 60 persons with a company said. Final arrange
Green Cove Vlning Jimmy Knight, hour basis. Available will 72-1 I ments will be announced at a \

The Saar, a 991-square-miIe She received a M. McMillan were hosts picnic areas, toilet later date.
region between France and Ger. Is the daughter of occasion. Claude Yel and parking area. There wilt
many, is one of the most densely Emil Smythe and ... chief in charge of pre also be boat trailer parking In I Lake Baikal in Russia Is the
populated parts of Europe. the Bunnell High the bar-b-que. conjunction with the county boat I world's deepest lake 5,315 teet.V .

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Innings I234567B Baptist Chuflb: .Ah B B innings { 2345<< B

Merch's 50-04000 9 FMC 2-40208
Seville 3031000 7 G. Worlq 4 a 4 F. C. :2226x12
3-tM0e w.,:,HIres, Nipper Krilly J. C8cV 4 1 3M I 'lw1lII&e Mte J. Cook>> tt, G.

I ; 3-base lUte, Nipper home IIIbbtIon !t 1 1 } VIMIe) i J. fedy 1; .lie run

run. R. West Umpire, Mette and 1) '* 0 0 Q. Woriey: and G. C tIe.Umpire.
Stanishi B. Robinson I 2 11 Pache.
; I .Barker 2 2 11'II. i
N'J"1' f/S/ ; ''
: I 2 1 0
D. Il1gginbotham 2 1 0
Worley won "
IDLEWOOD CLOSES More 2 1 1 P. Allman 0 1 0
SEASON WITH WIN I McDaniel 1 1 1 midget league baseball crown. : R. Smith 1 0 0 Citizens Bank jumped to a o-
Gordon 211' Gordon hit .,a home run, two I Solomon 0 0 0 i run lead in the first inning on

The.4tdIewood Club Ilutchenson 2 1 1; doubles and a single to edge six hits, then scored two more

the Bunnell Baggett 1 1 .0 out Earl Rice who had two for 212 10'!'
Continued Tp Page 6
scored nine runs in Rousse 1 1 0 three. .. I ..- -.rrw.. -- ,..
ning to win 114. I Anderson 110' Gordon finished the season I -

ranee's wildness Wilder 000 with 19 hits good for a 593 av.1{ NOTICENotice

game .as he walked I Duncan 000 erage. Gordon also collected the
la hereby given that the following described land or ao much
Butch Hornsby I most hits. Earl finished up the thereof. will be naceaaary to pay the ,amount due for taxes herein I
season with a'565 avera'ge. John set opposite same together with cent of such sale and advertising
the fire and four I 10 11 5 will be sold at public auction on the Jrd 6J. at the
scored. Paul Barrow I 1234 R Cody had :542 to finish up in office of the City Tax Collector in the c m 'Ztf rrl Building at
I third John 8 10:00: o'clock A. M. In the City of Bunnell Flagler County. Florida.
Innings but time I 1 F. W. 30104 place. collected I Lots 34. Block *l .._...._..__...... Grant Wilson ..........?.........._, $480
the had to be 2 11 hits in the last 3 games. Lots 5-6 Block 91 _.........__............. Zackle & Melinda Wilson. 4.80
game 9 0 x had I Lou J-10. Block "I .__.. Wlllla Brown, Jr ................_ 27.38
John Cook his
Innings. 3-bagger, K. Robertson. Um 3 hits in 8W 4lots 1112. Bloc3.......... Hazel Emanuel ......... 27.38
I last game. Glen Carle hit a I Lots 1-4. Block 120 ...._......_.._........ K. I'. & Ruth McGee .......... 43.50
Jimmy McNab i Pache. Scorer, B. Moody. Lots 1-10-11-lJ. Block 124 ..._..._.... lllley King .........._ '.10
two. John McDaniel home run. The first Baptist team Lots &-10 Block 129 _................._.. Richard & Ruby Daaa ........ 4.80
I I lota 11-12. Block ;?9 Eloise B. King ...... ..........., 6.60
one. Kirk Robertson MOTOR WINS 27-6 defeated the first Methodist In I Lot 4. Block is 1NEV4 ...:.::::=::-::::: Georgia Orlaby .......?.?........_.. 11.26
'1 their series '30. lots 7-8. Block .................. Allle Hunter ..._..............._... 2.50
triple. John Taylor Motor Co. broke up the Lrta JBlock 111 .._....._............ Annie Johnson ...................... 16.63
whale of a game in I I F.M.C. Ab R H I HU lots Block 131NK .. Anna Johnaon ................_.... 2.60
In the third inning .loliuf.u
game J. Geller 2.V 25 of SB 20 lot
V. F. W. I' 21 runs. Jack Hardin lost 310 4. Block 161 _...........?...:_.'............. Flora haw ........._.?........._.. B.SO
K. Robertson I J. Cook 4 3 3 BW 30' lot 4 All 6-6 except R/Vf
and a few errors were G. Carle US No.1. Block 161 _.._.._?.. W. H. &: Carrie Hill 80.50
M. Kelly Lot* 165 _._ W. T. & Willie May Moses 27.38
j Hardin settled down and E. Rice 312 Lot J..1ioo 167 ._. ?:==, .?. Italian Ezell ...._..._.............. 22.00
M. Barber the Motor Co. scoreless. Lot 4 except R/W US No. 1, Block
M. Durrance 13 R. Creal 200 167 _. Italian tacit ..'...__..._........., 4.00
j score, 276. J. Roberston 100 Lot 2."Block""l'6'iT'ZlIIIir !?.., Alary Kennedy ..........._........ 32.76
G. Koczwanski I I David Hllsenbeck hit home HE :::' lot 11. All lot 12 Block 168 Clara Mitchell ..........._........... %%.00
a C. Johnson 100 N\V 28' lot 11. Block 168 Eloise King ......................_.. 22.00
J. Taylor j I for Wadsworth team. This Frac lot 5, Block 1 1811 ....::::r::::: Lillle Mae Johnson ..__.... 27.38
W. JUlman T. Spicer' 110 Lots 67Bloek 202' _.....__.... Ralph E. Harbert 4.10
is composed of high school C. Lot 6, Block 202 ...___...... Cttliena Bank of Bunnell 3.66
'Ty WhlukerG who looked good, but Clegg 300 Lot 7, Frac Block 261 _" _'_'_' Unknown ?.......?_._.........._.. 1.68
very C. Herr 000 Lots 4-5 Block 1, Lincoln Hta Bub. Ja per & Mary Anderson. 6.80
Robertson: the jitters a little playing B. Geller 1 0 0 Lots 2-3, Block 2. Lincoln Hta. Sub. Ed & Lucy London, ............ 3.73
B. Hon sby Lot 14. Block 4, Bunnell Home-
more experienced men. The J. Bertha 100 sites Sub ..............__..._....._, _, .... Joseph &: Annie Underwood 6.38
P. Brrow will be playing better ball .23 8 6! NANCY C. RODGERS. City Taxi
L Bunno the first round of the sched -- - -

Good luck boys, keep up
good work.
Idlewood Now What Could Surprise Her More


base loaded t
'Eugene Nipper's

1 TV I I put the Merchants ahead

the fourth inning 9 to 7. Joe

ALL protected the lead with

,Agent For steady pitching. Coen Hires
good ball but for the first

RCA & Coen struck out 15 bat-

I Nipper had two for four. r>.
TUBES & triple and a double. Ronnie

AND J I hit the first home run.

TUBES TESTED )' Cauley had two for two.
I Smith had two hits for Se-

TV Deli.eI'J'B., & Ab R H
I .r
Kuleskl *3 1 0

FLAGLER Brown .221 4
PRONE HE : Caul y .222 I
: Ward 310

Nipper 412

Westbrook 400
It a/
Kelly :-301

Kuleskl Cummins "100 3 0 0

Peterson 211 _

Phillip M. '110 000 ; c

P. O. Box rl .

St. Augustine, '_ 28 9 7
I Ab R H
Phone ID Cade 300

Bunnell 1 Gamble '220

Smith ,310 I
West 311 'w
.S 11lh. 422 ,

Music Hires /.4 1 0
'Tennessee West 300

Yelvington 201
BY Yelvington .300
Walt .& Cade 301

FRIDAY 9 P. 3075



S. 1-Bnn&eU. Flo.
10 gaL gasoline or over, free ,
S Mil,. So. of lubrication. Lube and oil a .dGY

on AlA. chance, free wash. Lubrica

tion only 99c. Pickup an delivery

anytime, phone 437-7130
HASTINGS MA Special wash and wax $12.50.


Phone 710-12 Palatka EA., I r GOiiiiiity; I . .than a Personal, Colorful

Furniture. Memorial Church
Repaired & EXTENSION
Hundreds of t....- ..._...u..aI PHONE

ChooM AIR CONDITIONED Pamper Mom with the ,
Mattress Box year-round time and -saver-an extension phone.
Made tD Order Also Daytona A.e. Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot &he'd like it 08t-bedroom
PRICES FLAGLER BEACH kitchen Florida room ,
BUDGET PLAN XT patio. To order, can your Telephone Company Busi-
School 10:00 A.K.
Sunday OBice
Just on near ness. or uk ey telephone serviocxnan.
Phone or Post Church Service 11:00 JLM.R. 'a

Drop Uc A Card: Southernr .
I Vf. DICx .RT. factorBVBKYOXB .I
Free & a .
Pick-up WKLCOtflR ..1.L..'..'....:.......I.. 1',- ,


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telstar SatelliteIs i I lltes in space I
I I overcoming the

Put In Orbit II I I I tion.In addition I SHELTON'S GROCERY
Experiments began Tuesday, I a microwave
with the Bell space, relaying !I
May 7 Telephone
system's second Telstar Communications signals for I! "Your Friendly Co-op Store"SOUTH .
Satellite, launched and data
Tuesday, from Cape Canaveral. Telstar II RAILROAD STREET '
diation in orbit
The new Telstar Is now In an OUR
I because of ABOUT
orbit ranging from 605 to 6,533 ,
higher orbit at
miles as from high the at Apogee earthalmosttwice (greatest bit,, along with 1
in the satellite I L 1i&.P CIS
distance from the earth) as
Telstar I.Telstar. that come disabled the ,

II, like Its famous pre. The higher
decessor acts as a miniature
laboratory in space, reporting ,I visibility QUANTITY RIGHTS :
by Telemetry on 118 times once tern's Andover, Weekdays-8:00 to 7:0u
minute when commanded"on" RESERVED MAY 910.11, 1963 ;
every pean ground Saturdays-8:00 to 9:00:
by a ground station. An ,mutual
Important purpose of the satellite dover and "
Is to learn how to prolong stations are I FLAVOR AGED CHOICE FLAVOR AGED CHOICE
the life of communications satelCLASSIFIED- It takes 221 I F i

I new Telstar to I
Chuck Roast
to 158 minutes

in Basically appearance the, I RIB STEAK LB. 68'

ADS of is modifications five pounds I SIRLOIN STEAK LB. 88C LB !

....tl.** ..... tkU ....tB g ares lite. These 39
5551. per w.rd each l..rrtl... I radiation LB-
Til rent U minimum chare capable of ROUND STEAK 88c. I
FOR SALE-Westinghouse Refrigerator
,. $10; 30 Inch windowexhaust r in energy the earlier FAMILY STEAK LB. 580 I

fan, $10; car carrier. $6; I i|I Telstar II
wood door 32x79 $2. 205 N.j\with air and I LB. WORLD'S BEST
Flagler Ave. phone 4392382. free of their CHUCK STEAK 48c
May ,&-Itc 1 r of its command

4U: Apartment house all I safeguard LEAN GROUND BEEF

< Flagler. Beach, lot 150 x 150. C.I I I damage. It SPARE RIBS LB. 38c
Leslie Ginn, Palatka, phone I)I on the surface ,

3253534. May 9-6tp caused the command LEAN MEATY 3 .Ib $119 i

FOR RENT-furnished.. cottage I The National NECK BONES '".LB.. fOe S.
I ,1 bedroom, $40.00 per month. Space -
I Phone ID 73304. 5-9-tf the new
Rocket more
FOR SALE-8mm movie camera

and builders projector tools.$20.00.Mrs. S.Also Linderost some, one Bell used System to FLORIDA Doz.
EGGS 3 99 \
NASA for all
5-9-ltc 315 Second St. Flagler Beach. tracking UADE A SMALL E,

Following a !
nets, 2 refrigerators, 1 G. E. air I I begin I
conditioner. Call ID 73664. alantlc telecasts.A
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May, 2-2tp i ",*,. '! SHORTENING SIZE' ( '

SEWING MACHINE : in the thousand waters .

We have a repossessed 1962 zig. River 3 Lb. 58/fTIDE/ Ear h
zag in excellent-condltIorl. DialoMatlc 15
for dialing fancy IN ENTII THK .rinn' Tip
stitches, makes automatic buttonholes AND FOR +
sews on buttons, monograms NO. 4631.MYRTLE. ,
embroiders, etc. Assumesix Limit 1 With 5.00 of. More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
payments of $7.50. Write v..
Credit Manager 921 Volusla Ave. i
Daytona Beach. We will contact NOTICE TO!
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex You are
screen ult hu been ARE THE BOSS WE
apartment porch. In the Circuit I YELLOW I
Phone County, Florida,
ID 73304. 4-4-tf
II MYRTLE.you are hereby MANAGE.ONIONS 3 ft 19C :
FOR BENT-Furnished Apart. personally: or by; JUST
rrtent $40.00 month. Call Cleric of said
per defenaea It any FIRM CRISP
Harris Appliance ID 7-3367. |in .
r EqUity ctl&ld of HUNTS BIG 26 OZ.CATSUP .
March 14-tf I, and written also de'en.e.tiaY.e e : Ea. -c-1 LETTUCE 2 Fo a' 'Zge
I Iniky Krol. '
: tiff, at their oW SUNklST39c )
reasonable prices Call George Street Daytona
Jarosz, ID 73410. or before the CINNAMON DOZ.
I A. D. nUl a* LEMONS 29cRIciRAM.L
J 1.24-7-25: p. not ida Equity or Decree Rule* RigpAN'S Ia.
Final Decree i
WANTED-Bulk (I..P. Gas) cus- against you by :
tomers. Call, Harris Appliance &: I which That said the tilt name G.
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. U the Circuit ,
dicial Circuit of
Aug 30-tfc for that Flatter the i Ieff 3 Bag 39*

"""' herelnabove You are further ENERGY 22 OZ. LlQUlDDETERGENT MR. G 10 OZ.
JOHNSTON'S nature of said .
divorce, custody o "- FRENCH FRIES "-
FtACLCB BEACH DEALT CO. and rtaintifr other Bill relief la : 37ii ge
WATER FRONT FARMS, office day of at May Bunnell A. b. Jim baddy QUICK FOUR FISHERMAN 8 OZ.

us for your ACREAGESee real estate needs (Circuit aa E. Court Clerk A. of' GRITS 5 itHOlSUM 33e<< FISH STICKS Z Fr 6ge

Office Phone HE 9.2242 of Flaclor
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 ORAIN8KY Bollcltor for ft' 2 L J. BOOTH 10 OZ. BREADEDGRAPE

or ID 7-3517- May Daytona 411 MaiD t-lt-tS-JO Beach.Street-- I JELLY ** 390 SHRIMP E>. 690

I DASH CANNED Morton' Turkey, Chicken, Beef
24 -ItourWrecker Service I I! DOG FOOD 6 Cans 840 POT PIES 4 For $100

Flag ler Truck & Tractor 50 FREE I 50 FREE 50 FREETOP


Farm Industrial t With Purchase of With Purchase. of 6 Oz. With purchase of $5.00 .
or Food n
VIRGIL DECKER Phone Three Fryers Instant Fo ,er'* Coffee, More

J, Owner B I Coupon void: after,B-l 1-63 Coupon void after 5-11-63 Coupon void after 51163I '

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PAGE; : FOUR THE, FLAGLEH. TRIBUNE,' BUNNELL, FLO IDA Thursday, May-- 9, 193.- 4

I )fagtr'Beach : 100 FREE

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aGIS With $10.00 or More
The fourth grade of the Flag The Flagler Beach Elementary Order .
ler Beach Elementary School School just completed their final
presented an educational (and monthly Savings Stamp contest ...II fa 4. Coupon void after 51163's&ifi ,
humorous) play entitled "Sour last week. 11 EVERY DAY
iS SS "&BKS M1f SeiKS Ki
dough .Sally" by Helen Louise Three students from each room f I
Miller and under the directionof the largest amounts of stamps ;S SO FREE
their teacher, Mrs. Ed Somer- during the month They were: Our Extra t . i
feldt. 'A large group of parents BrItt Sheeler, Terry Stryker, An. r
joined the other five grades In gies Littlefield, Ralph Abraham, S&H !
viewing the play last Thursday Thea Helm, Elaine Drummond, low Cash i I
morning. Bobby Mtssinne, Wayne Hutch. Green Stamps .
Preceding the play, piano solos enson, Pam Sheeler, Linda, Pee S GREEN
were played by Vicky Perritt, "A Smith, Vicky Perritt, Fred Fruits,! Savings STAMps With Purchase of Any
Little Girl's Waltz," and by Donna Filkins, Susie Peterson,' Hot Shot Insect Killer .
Frederick Fruits, "Blue Butter Faye Hutchenson, Pam Anderson s. Coupon void after 511.63
flies." The cast of characterswere Carl Baggett, and Joyce

Sally Crane, Sandy Abbott; A pencil was given to each ,
Mother, Vicky Perritt; Daisy, child that bought stamps every I lb
Donna Whitney; Edith, Linda week during the 'month. Pencil I FRYERS.WHOLE 29
Smith; Cathy, Brenda Babbitt; recipients were: Britt Sheeler,I

Sarah, Lena Woods; Thora, Pam Terry Stryker, Angie Littlfield, COPELAND'S TENDER SMOKED Lyke's All Meat Vacuum Packed
McDaniel; Kootuk, Frederick Ralph Abraham, Theresa Arnold,
Fruits; Soudough Charlie, Pat. Vickie Babbitt, Elaine Drum.
rick Duncan; Black Beard, Bruce mond, Thea Hein, Connie Mc Picnics Ib 29* Wieners 'if29: *
Arnold; Gray Beard, Jack Col Daniel, Molly Mlsslne, Joyce
llns; Brown Beard, Leo FleUrie; Whitney, Susan Rousse, Bobby ,.
Yellow Beard, Mike Rawlins; Red Mlsslne, Limit 1 Please
Beard, James Parrish; Green Copeland's Sugar Cured Smoked WESTERN CORN FED CENTER CUT I
Pam Sheeler, Eula Lee Moody,
Beard Collins,,Clark(and YannuzzI announcer; and) Debra Miss Sue Ellen Scale Sandy Abbott,, "

Johnson. I. McDaniel Fred Fruits, Donna, Debby Whitney Johnson, Vicky, Pam I Bacon ttlb 29 Pork Chops '69 I

The students did wonderful
a Perritt, Donna Filkins, Susie
job of acting and explaining I.Peterson, Grady Prather, Derese

things about the Alaskan Flag Owens, Patty Galloway, Barbara CHASE & SANBORN FINEST VEGETABLE SHORTENING
and quoting many facts about Wilson, Barbara Bross, Janet
our forty ninth state which Halnes, Christy Wilson Kenny
they have studied. They concluded Whitney, Pam Anderson, Carl COFFEEVi CRISCO
the play by all singing Baggett:, David Johnson, John
"God Bless America." I McDaniel and- Joyce Robinson. I


The Vacation Bible School wills Mrs. Pete Peterson was Installed 39' 3 59
e held June 3 through 14th as president o( the Flag. Can
.nstead of June 13.14 as statedIn ler Beach PTA last Tuesday :
last week's paper. .when a large crowd attended,I Limit 1 With'$5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order

l Including Z. D. Holland, county
superintendent; John Baggett, Shurfine : PEACHES MIX
MEN'S CLUB TO HAVE PORK \supervising principal; Mrs. John 4 $
AND SAUCR KRAUT DINNER Rice, school board member, and OR $100"Royal

The Men's Club of the Flagler the Flagler Beach School. Purple PLUMS Cans
: Beach Methodist Church will MATCH
Mrs. Bob Whitney was installed
have a pork and sauer kraut
4\ dinner Saturday, May 11, from as vice president, Mrs. Tom I Kobe/ New Family Size Shostring Superfine' -German Style with Bacon
Galloway as secretary and Mrs.
noon until 7 P.M. The sauerkraut
i will be homemade along!Richard Littlefield as treasurer M Oz. < Potato 303
with homemade pies for dessert.!I to serve with Mrs. Peterson. I II Potatoes 39 Salad 29<
Tickets are available from any I Mrs. Bernie Wilson, Installing Can Can
officer, presented corsages to
member or by calling 92107.I
the teachers and past president 1
Proceeds will for a cement, Shurfine Fruit MIX
pins to Mrs. Leonard Johnson
I mixer which the Men's Club re.; 21
1 I (1962.63), Mrs. V, W. Haines I 3 $$100
1I I Gently bought to aid the building OR
(1950-51), and Mrs. Henry Shill FOOD KING
I of the new addition on the PEARS Cans
church property. 1949-50)) The sixth grade won I MATCH
I the room count.
i I Mrs. Johnson presided over GREEN GIANT, GOLDEN, W. K. GREEN GIANT
the and Walter Morris,

\ CHURCH COMMUNITY NEWS MEMORIAL I was band guest master speaker and CUT for president the eve, CORN 4 &: 59 PEAS 3 &: 59<

I The Ladles Guild will meet I ning. Mr. Morris stressed Im ',
today (May 9)) at 2 P.M. 1 nFel- I portant issues In the legislatureat

i Dlckert lowshlp hostess.Hall with Mrs.. R. W. the this public session school which greatly.concern lie H'I&S TOMATO SAUCE :: For
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. uged letters be written by par | Q $1|
with classes: for all ages, and ents to express appreciation for 5s Oz. Dawn STEAK SAUCE
worship hour is at 11 A.M. at the legislators' support on these Fre.h Mushroom MATCH
which time Rev. R. W. Dickert,
Important Issues. In particular,
pastor, will deliver a special Mr. Morris emphasized that parents -QUARTERS FOR DISHES AND FINE FABRICS

"Why Mother's God Day Is Like message a Mother.entitled" I sure that ask the legislators public schools to make re.i OLEO 2 "". 29 TREND 2 Large *

I I ceive their proportional share of Boxes 39
increased taxation
Following the meeting, punch
Catechetical Class for all 10
and cupcakes were served by the STRAWBERRIES
children nine years of age (andover I I executive board.CIGARETTES. 'e For
) will continue next Saturday OR 3 69
at 10 ).M. at the homeof 6 Oz. ORANGE JUICE
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover.
Church school time Is 9:45 TAX FRESH YELLOW FRESH
A.M. and morning worship Is MONEY TO FLAGLER TASTY
at 11 A.M. with Rev. Reynold MUNCIPALITIESFollowing EARS
CORN 6 29c
Hoover, minister. CANTALOUPES For9C
the amounts of
The Men's Club will meet at are
13, In cigarettes tax funds rebated to
7:30 P.M. Monday May
the church building. municipalities of Flagler coun 'IITi FLAGLER FOOD STORE
ty from collections made In

March as reported by RichardB. . .. .
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Keating. director of the State a'.a'III.. a a.... .
Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M. Beverage Dept which collectsthe I /
and morning worship Is at 11 tax.
A.M' Rev. Atlee Stevens will Bunnell $1,974.68. e
return this Sunday after a ti.weeks Beverly Beach $78.60. PRICES GOOD
vacation. Training Union Flagler Beach, $515.35. QUANTITY RIGHTSRESERVED
is at 6:45 P.M. and evening worship Marlneland. $64.74. ", THURS., FRJ., SAT., MAY 9-JO-ll, 1963 .
follows at 745. ,Painters lUll $20.73. '

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Thursday, May 9, 1963
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to me. 'j" tHenry Wells.'J ,,' j FLAGLER COUNTY SCHOOL CALENDAR

i FOR 1963-64 SESSION

CARD OF THANKS Following (Ie the Flagler County School Calendar for the 19tb=i4
CALS I I would like to take this opportunity session of school as approved by the Ftaglft County School Board
r I to thank all my friends Tuesday. It is suggested that those interested) in the school dates,
I for the beautiful flowers, cards clip this for reference during the school year. ,
and notes of cheer, sent to me August 19 1963--Begin Pre-School Conference.
GA'ft AND WMU'S I while I was in the hospital. Your: August 27, 1963-End Pre School Conference. '
CELE34RATEANNIVERSARIES thoughtfulness ha; meant much August 23, 1963-SCHOOL BEGINS
RECEIVES to me and was a'big help toward September 2, 1963-Labor Day (Vacation) iI
% DEGREE I my being able to return to my October 9, 1963-End 1st Six Weeks. .

The .Girl's Auxiliary of the AI Dompe, Jr., ot Gainesville. home. I I October 14, 13-District FEA (Student Holiday) , ..
First Baptist Church of Bunnell was a member, of the graduating I I I Mrs. J. D. Barber..* :November 21, 1963 End 2nd Six Weeks '., .rJV. I
entertained the Woman's Missionary class at the University of Flor .. November 28 and 29, 1963( -Thanksgiving Holidays (Thur& &:.:Fri)
Union of the Church ida in Gainesville Saturday. He \ CARD OF THANKS December 21-January 5, 1964-Christmas Vacation (Inclusive. ) ", '
Monday afternoon at the Church received the degree of Bachelorof Our heartfelt thanks to !1 f January 6, 1964-Return from Christmas Vacation: -.,... ,< !
with a program and social Architecture.Mr. who extended comforting sympathy I January 20, 1964-End' of Semester. ,,1, ,, .-
meeting. The G. A. organizationis Dompe is the son of Mr. and help 'In' our recent I January 21 and 22, 1964-Teachers Work, Days.
an auxiliary of the W. M.'U. and Mrs. A. G. Dompe* Sr., of sorrow. For the, beautiful'*service January 23, 1964-Second,* Semester Begins. .,.I, 'to.
The Theme of the programwas Crescent City. His wife is the floral offerings, and other}['March 4, 1964--End of 4th sIx WeeKs: ' ,'lbw I
built around the observance former Miss Sally Johnson of kindnesses, we are deeply ate.I I I March 27-30, 1964-Easter Vacation.
of the 75th anniversary of Bunnell. I, ful.. ,, ,?../ 'April 17, 1964-End 5th Six Weeks. '
the WMU and the 50th anniversary Going over for the The family of !May 24, 1964-Baccalaureate Service.
of the GA's. ceremony I Mrs. Helen Lewandowskl, ,
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. ; May 29, 1964-CLOSE OF SCHOOL.
The G. A. Members were assisted Phillip Johnson of Bunnell, parents May 29, 1964-Graduation Exercise.
by their counselors, Mil of Mrs. Dompe, and her ;/' CARD OF :THANKS June 1, 1964-Begin Post-School Conference.June .
dred Lewis, Louise Church. and grandmother, Mrs. Ed Johnsonof I I Would like to, thank everyone 9, 1964-End Post School Conference. ".. .'1,1, ,
Clarice Taylor. Artesia Park. Also for the cards\ flowers, and 180 Scuool, Days-196 Days Teachers on Puty ,\.yak ""
crying them was her accomp'l visits while I. was in the hos --_. ._ -- -- -.-.- :;,j, .
Mrs. Herbert Allen is a patient Mickey Johnson of pital. Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune, $2.50 Yearly... in Advance'\\I .*,
in the East Coast Hospital in' j Nina Vinson. '
St. Augustine for medical treatment :

I would like to express my in sea farmingare I PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
Miss Nina Vinson has return. sincere appreciation to my planned at1Monaco's famed' "
ed to her home after undergoingan friends for the cards, flowers, Oeeanographlc, Museum. Phosphates CANCER "
at visits, and prayers, and the will be !
emergency appendectomy sprayed on fish AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
the East Coast Hospital in St. many other thoughtful deeds of pas t u rei. "Farmhands" will )I
Augustine recently. Following I kindness during my stay In the work with Aqua-Lungs, while I T. COOK AGENCY
surgery, she spent two weeks I hospital'and convalenence' supervisors, cruise in diving Phone ID 7-33S1 Bunntll Florida I
at the home of her brother in This has meant much saucers. ,
law and sRttfJ;' Mr. and Mrs. ---- --- .---

Reid Clifton, in Tallahassee, re r,, ,\
cuperating before returning to
her home here. ..' '

Mickey Johnson and his moth. NEW SAFETY
era Mrs. Blanche Stevenson, of
Miami are vacationing at Flag-
ler Beach and visiting' with. rela, 'f: <
lives. ::

Mrs.: J. W. Brown has return. 'c; YOU CAN SEE AND FEEL !

ed to her home here after an .
extended visit in Tallahasseewith
her son in law and daughter RO
*' Mr**and: Mrs,/ Glenn- Sears. -....' ...,.. ...
; 4' 1 '
Mrs. George Clegg left Tues A-Lr'
day morning for St. Louis, Mo, ;, '" ,
to be with her parents Mr. and ", "("i., ", If1' c
<- t)
Mrs. Eberly Davis, while her
father undergoes surgery. : ,
$. ,' _
< ' '
Miss Shep Cochran has re : :. :,\/
turned to her home here after <
; i'f
spending some time in Pierson with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Peter >
... w:
son. .
\ :, ':
,4 : ,
Robert (Butch) McDaniel has ; ,
returned from the Halifax Hospital f
where he had his arm set. JILra
He Jiad the misfortune of breakIng .
his wrist in football practice n
last Wednesday.Mr. I

and Mrs. Henry Wells |I
have returned to their home
here from Jacksonville where

Mr. Wells underwent. eye surg

Curtis Rodgers spent Tuesday .
in Jacksonville attending a business
meeting of Red &: White
dealers. He also was guest of
Dixie Lily Milling Co. at the a
Sanlando Country Club Wednesday
for lunch and golf.

Mrs. Harry Costapoulos of Fort 1} :;14irLI] aH
Pierce is visiting here with Mr. j
and Mrs. 'Thomas Diamond. .
Mrs. Mary Upshaw of Marietta
Ga., arrived today for a visit
with her brother ,and sister In NEW ATLAS PLYCRON TIRE ,
law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells. .

MRS. KNIGHT' IS How do you look at a tire-tread?At depth only? for quicker, safer stops.You get.more mileage, '..
HONORED BIRTHDAY DINNER WITH A You should also look at the amount of rubberin less side-slip turns,easy steering,real control!

contact with the road! New ATLAS Plycron You have a choice of two quick.action guaran ,,',If
Mrs. Gene Knight and Mrs. put up to 25% more working rubber on the road. tees.Adjustments can be prorated on tread depth

Tommy Durrance was hosts to a The ATLAS tire spreads the car's load over remaining, or on number of month in use. And
family group Thursday eveningat far more surface. Together with its improved Standard Oil stands behind every ATLAS tire.
the Gene Knight home, hon ,
oring Mrs. Walter KnIJ t, The tread design,it gives up to 16% better traction Come in soon....then go tafe-go. Standard. "*'n '.
) AWC.
occasion was a' surprise
party given irf celebration of ma' 'r W SULLIVA.N AGENT BUNNELL. FLORIDA "
her birthday! anniversary. __ r ,



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{J i rJJ df1 11 B. Rest 0025102: 10 Sealed bids will be **IVed In Howell V. .....,.. Florida
If Antarctica's ice melts, the the office of the City 'CUrk of the I City of Bunaell

SchoolVcwd C. Bank,' 520230x12 world's seas .would rise some City of BUII dI. Florida\ In the ATTMT:
Civic Center 1Ir11dief. on or before Naocy C. Rodgers City Clerk.
Two base hits, B. Fllllnger, C. 250 feet engulfing, among other lf:.4) o'clock noon, on the and day May '-16-3tcr
I of June A. D. tHl.: for the followliur II'
Caroline Clllton. School Editor Durrance, N. Rodgers, D. Deen, landmarks, New York Harbor's I materials, : 'i I. ... .. ._

SCIENCE J. Duson. Three base hits, B. Fil- I Statue of Liberty to nose level. flash 1M*it ft.oast 4-Inch Iron ,Attlte class joint.pipe 31 i ,PAL PARKER'S. INC.

SEVENTH GRADE inger. Home run, S. Townsend. __ or (Nival. I.i i r'..omoti.e Specialty Center
FAIR-Winners In the seventh IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF 3-4-Inch tees for above pipe. i I
Umpire Nipper.IDLEWOOD FLACLKH COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Price quoted must be F.O.B. Bun- "RAKE RELINED 'I5.M
grade science fair were: Rutsy CHANCERY NO. 4605 nell by motor vehicle carrier. Bid PARTS AND LABOR

Improto and Don Moore, radio, HELEN HOLLED I should specify delivery date. -... CIIKVIIOLET-I'LVMOJITII"
Plaintiff The City Commission OTIIKIl!*" .1...'
first place; Jail Heln, projector, ALL STARS PLAY SATURDAY HOLLED the right to reject any reserves and all Stu Mason Ave. Daytona

second place; Ben Cannon, Tony JOHN Defendant. bids and to waive any Informall-
Bunnell Midget League cham ties In bidding, and also to accept -
Parker, and Tommy Duncan, NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE the bid that In Its judgment1will t
pions, the Idlewood Club, will STATE OF FLORIDA TO: be for the best Interest of
rockets, third place; Pat Robbie, all stars Saturday JOHN ROLLED the City of ,Bunnell Florida. i i Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
meet the league whose residence and

y ,fbtirtij Elaine.TJdwell place;, homemade JoAnn Wilson soap,, May 11, at 2:30: at the Hill You post are" hereby notified that unknown a suit Witness this the my 7th hand day of and May otilcial'seal A. D.I''i $240 A Tear In Advance

crest ball diamond in Flagler i has been filed against you In the I -- '- '.- -
candles, fifth place; Sherry Cox above entitled cause; and you are
sixth Beach. Probable lineup: hereby required to file your answer
and Anna Robbins, plants, stars- with the Clerk of this Court, and NOTICE
place. The Judge was Mr. LaneGoodsonrrom to serve a copy thereof upon the

the University of John Geller, 2b; Gordon Worley, I plaintiff whose name, or and plaintiff's address attorney Is: Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands will be .
: rf; Mike Durrance, 3b; Earl Rice, RAY 8ELDENSelden'&ulldlnsi old at publIc auction at 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of June A. D.
South Florida. I 196$. at the .t'ront door of the Flagler County Courthouse In. Bunnell.
." Bell. i Ibj: Kirk Robertson, cf; Glen Daytona Beach Florida, Flagler" County Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set

Lynda I Carle, If; Mike Kelly, ss; Hal not later',-than June 10. A. D. 1X3.I opposite the DALE name B. BROWN together Tax with Collector all cost of Flagler such sale County and advertising Florida.
you fall to do so, decree pro
CLUB-The Library I King, c; Bobby Robinson, p. confesso will be entered against
LIBRARY Idlewood ClubJ. you for the relief demanded In the r DescriptionS 9 T It A Taxes 4: Costs

Club has given the library a I bill of complaint. The nature ofsaid E% ...................... 34 19 28 300 Carter. *J. '),1. ..........?...... 109.69
book shelves I Collins, p; J. McNab. c; B. suit being for divorce.WITNESS of SBK ._..... 9 13 29 40 Sacdo, Anthony & Pierce
new look. New Moore cf J. McDaniel 2b J. my hand and seal of J. E., Jr. ...i,........ _.....,... 33.60
new pictures and flowers, the ; ; aid Court this 7th day of May. ST. JOHNS DKV. CO. SUB.

Gordon, Ib; D. Anderson, ss; L. A. n. 1963. Tract 8 blk 11 ....._......._ 14 13 21! 10 Bass Charles H. -..... 2.J8
arrangement of the tables and (OIHcUl/ Heal) Tract 1 Elk 15 ............,. 20 12 n 10 Knapp George Jr. ...... 2.28
other furniture have given the Fleurle, If; S. Wilder, 3b; C. Bag. E. A. SMYTH Tract 2 Blk 3 .*..........._ 31WV4 -, 12 2S! 20 Stiller. Bernard ... .,_... 3.89
gett rf. Clerk of said Circuit Court tract 1 Blk 6 ....'._ 31 Ua 10 Harrison, Hope.& W. A.
II By Julia It. Harvey '' jr ...._.........._..?_............. 2.'18
Midget LeagueW Deputy Clerk Eli Tract 1 Blk 10 ... 27 12 29 10 Gangs, BeDste B ........_ 2.28
May !I.U-U-IO-Hc Wfc Tract 2 Blk 6' ...... 29 12 Z9 ..6 Olds, W..1.Ruth .... 1.46
worked hard to make this a L Per IN Tim COUNTY Jl'DClCM: COl'RT, W Tract 1 Blk 8 ...... 29 13 2" 10 Eldrldge F. F .............. 2.28Wtf
Idlewood 7 2 750 IN AND MOIL .LAi..m ('01 N- !ST. JOHNS! PARK ADDITIONLot

success and are proud of thelt'i F. M. C. 45 440 TV. KLOIUDA. IN fltOIIATH SO Elk 14 ................ 30 12 29 Stiller BHalaen ..........,............. .79
Lot, 14 Arthur ..
work.I. Durrance.I I F. B. C. 4, 5 440 AiOTM'K IN RE TO ESTATE IIKniTOUM OF Lot: 9 nkk 16HT. ..==::::::::: Steinbeck, John :=::::::::: ..79

Marsha ,W. Pearson Lloyd. DeceasedTo JOHNS! PARK DKVKLOl'MKNT CO; SUII.
V. F. W. 3 6 330
all creditors and alt persons S% Tract 1 & Tract 3 -<. -

having claims or demands against .I Wk 6 ..._......_....._._.._. 36" 12 29 2d Coppersmith,. B., .... 4.39!
tSENIOR CLASS-The Senior, said estate. All blk 5 & Tr 1 blk 6". 4 13 29 60 Pelllcer. E. L. & Mary..1 10.38
61 The famous shell collection of You and each' of you, are hereby I LAKE 1)ISTON SUB I

Class held a meeting on May St. Clare Whitman is housed In ,I notified and required to present any It t Block 2 ..._,'.....?... Ritts. E. H., & Ruby, -? .9J/
claims and demands which
to discuss funds for the senior you or SUBLot
the museum at the Cedar Key either of you may ''have againstthe 21 ............_....,_......... Torrance Tom "&' Ruby 11.47
trip. It was decided that bake estate of W. Pearson Lloyd, I Lot 26 .... Jackson Katie
sales will be held In front of Historic Memorial. deceased late of Flagler County Lot 29 -::::::::::?.??.::::::...:r? , Ceaser, nkul&&J nnle,' 11.47 11.47:

Florida, to the Hon. T. K. Mc- Lot 9 ........-...-...........:. Adams Charles Willie 11.47
the post office In Flagler Beach -- RTi>'< r.- R" KNIGHT County Judge of Flagler I Lot tf -._......................r" Torrance Tom .............. 14.17KNOT
County, at his office in the County .
and in front of the new post Courthouse' In Flagler JONES sun 'L
TEXACO County. Florida within six Lots 7-8-9 Blk( A Bratcher, Carl '....*-rx(.:' -Y46Bratch
office In Bunnell on Saturday I'I'PETERSON' months Lots 1-2-3-15-16-17 DIR .
I from the hereof.date of the first publication I ..............................,._... .r,. Cart'& Chary' '1D 1- .
morning, May 11. ROAD SERVICE I not presented AH claims within and demands the Inttar'.'...... .....t....;..vj....._.. 1.28
Lot 7 Blk E ., Florence' ..
The Seniors need approximately : Work herein time and In the manner prescribed Lot 13 Elk K ::::::::::::::::: {Toner, Helen M.' .. :: f- 10.12 1.33
Light Mechanical shall be barred
$263 for their trip. Every.one's by law. as provided Lot 2 Blk F" .............._ Citizens Bank of Bun-
Phone 437.3441 .Bunnell ... ................
April A. 1963. nell ............... '.21
support will be greatly appreciated. I Date8ea .23L1 dD FLORIDA FARMS!' CO. SUM.
..... M.
.... ..I!:. Lots 9-10-11-12-13-14. .
As Administrator W. Pearaon.Llo of the d.. Deceased.Estate of blk I ..........._................. Bratcher. Carl......-.....;' 3.78
Carol Hoskins.fR7S. ST. JOHNS PARK (0. SUD.
niriAi. CIRCUIT, IN Tho'nas 421 N. Wild A. Koehler Olive Ave. Tract J Blk 1 ................ 9 12 30 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers
AND FOIl FI.AUr.KH COUNTY: ........ ... ..
Daytona Beach ,Florida Assn. Inc. .. ........ 44.41

NO. 440. Attorney. &for EstateApril Lots 6Blk 91 ............ Brown, Willis Jr. ........ 11.47
May 2-8-16 4o
IN RR;: Adoption of Lots 9-10 Blk 91 ............ Wilson Zackle & Jle-
JAMES MACK JOHNSON a i IN TilE CIRCUIT linda ... ......__....... 11.97
minor, by JOHKPH ii. RNTI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Lots 3-4 Blk 91 ....?...... Smith. Hattie ......... ... i6.74
NOTICETO : AND FOR *.. Nty 1.2 blk Murray, Mercedes e . 6.06
FLORIDA. IN CIIANCKRY.: CASK s\ 11.12 : Emanuel Hazel ...=,: '19.58

. NOTES! YOU Address ARE Unknown.HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Ralph NO. 4 Sheridan
a P..tlUOIfor'the Adoptionof Lot 4 blk 130 ..........:_..... pavls Beauty & Grls-
the white, male, minor child Plaintiff
Continued From Page 2 JAMES MACK JOHNSON was filed vs- 'by, Georgia ?.? ; .6.20
Edith Houcbefia Cinbry Poison Lodi 3-4 except R/W r, ),4. - *n the above cause on the 35th day of us NO. 1' & SR 100 ChiMe; &
runs in the, second to go out I JOSEPHB. / \ Defendant Jerry Pearl.. 1.U
*>f April. A. by '
'J"arJ6'ou! NH 26' lots 3-4 ex Bk
in front 7.0.Bunnell P1i 'IC are hereby In IN THE NAME OF SUIT THE STATE 26 pare 42 Blk 181 ... commanded to be and appear Lot 3 en R/W US No.:
Restaurant scored two the above-named Court .on or before i : BJk J Italian Exell ....,,
in the top of the third and broke the 3rd day..etll therebe A. D. i TO POLaON: EDITH HOUCHENS EMBRY 2 Blk 6I.i. :::::::::::::::: Kennedy, Mary--..-,--.JUT-.._.? UU:
1)63, to show any whose residence Lot 5 Blk 169 ....... .Johnson Lillie Mae ,S.87
and/or of
out In a 'rash of hits In the why the Petition for Adoption I flee address are unknown.post The southerly 100 feet 1?-.. .. .

fourth, scoring five runs to tie should DATED not this be granted.26th day of April I You are hereby required to Ale of Blk 298..... .ex... .Bk 63
with Clerk of pg 174 ... ._......... Modern Gas & AppU.UN'OLN .
the score in the bottom of the (1963 Court Seal) E. A. PMYTHR etrhet the l1thlf Complaint your ITS urn ance Co. ................Jir-,,,., 10.27
fourth. May t-9.16-U-Hc Clerk of the Circuit Court above filed herein entitled against cause on you or In before the Lot 9 Elk 4 .................. Mills Gladys ..-.._*m. 1.13
the 3rd day of June A. D. 1963. and CARVKIl SUB
The Bank then scored two runs -IN-TIIM- CIRCUIT COl'IlT' OF serve copy thereof upon MAX F.MASI'IFELLEn. Lots 9-10 Blk HOMESITES 1 Lee, Jerry ...,.._. ?_. .*. 160

In the fifth KLAKMCIt COUNTY,. FL.OIUUA herein' whose .address Is'.923 attorney North Lot nUNNRI.I.14 Blk 4 ....._...__ !IIVD. Underwood, Joe & An.: "

"in the top of the seventh, the DOMINICK IN OIANCKHV FHASCELLA NO. 01622 Beach Street Daytona Beach Flor ." nie ._?..........._::................' 1.29

Restaurant scored two and had Plaintiff la ida.hereby"THE designated FLAGLER as TRIBUNE"the news Lot V8 Blk 20U1'ONT...... Harrlwon." O. W. .... II .T.

the winning runs on base when CONCETTA VF'RASCELLA paper In which this ter shall bepublished I.ot.7 HUNNKLL; Blk DKV.28 ..CO...........SUB. Carmlcheal, W. H. .79
y .
the last was made. NOTICE TO 1)EF Defendant END consecutive once weeks.a. w HEREIN FAIL four Tr 3 Blk A ...._......._...... 28 1Z 10 20 Meade H. L. .._...._. : 3.89


C Durrance Ellz Allen. all had YOU FOR SUCH FAIL JOHNSON REACH SIT II.
39 Second Street
URE. Lots 8-9 Blk 1 ... ?.. Taylor, 8. A. & joyce.. Lila
Somervllle, New Jersey
two hits. Judy Dunson had three, You are hereby notified that a The nature of this suit is a bill DUTONT, ESTATES SUB. '

Sarlta Bradley, Ann Hugas, S. ; the suit above has been entitled filed cause against} and you you In for WITNESS divorce. MY hand and seal at Lot 2S '.......",_..._.....',.' ?.. a7 38JRANT 'to 31 .69' Marine Realty Co; -.?., 23.73
Hardin had two each. Sharon i Bunnell. Flagler County Florida ( TO IIKRNANDEZ
hereby required to fit* answer
are with the Clerk of this your Court, this I 29th day of April A. D. im. Book 67 page 305 .......... 40 10 31 15.72 Esposlto & Co, .._,,..... 86.'t.'
Townsend hit the first home run i OHIclal Jon PARK SUB. .
( ) E. A. 8MYTHE
of the Ponytail season. I and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney uponthe Clerk Circuit Court Lot AKTKSIA 17! ........SUB..._.................... Haynes, F. S. & EdithLaboratories '.11
Flagler County, Florida
Clttsetu Bank Ab R H whose RAY name 8ELDENHelden and address Is: I I By Julia R. Lot 14 Blk 4 .................. Quo-Ess '

A. Hugas Building D epreflerk. Inc. ?..-..-,,..,,..,,-,,.,,,,,- I.hSouth
:5 1 2 Daytona Beach, Florida May 3-9-K-23-4to ADDITION TO ARTRMA
S. Bradley 4 2 2 not later than May 28th. A. D. 1963.If 306' of N 1228.76 ,
you fall to do so, decree pro IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND of alfan of Sec J'I
J. Dunson 4 3 3 confesso will be entered againstyou FOR FLAflLKK COUNTY. KLOHIUA. E of ex
for the relief demanded In the IN fllANCKHY. NO. 4 :37 4* page 65 & except .
Shirley Townsend 2 2 1 bill of complaint. The nature of ANNE O. REID Kfill1 bk S page 100 .. 22 11 31 0.15.Miller.. Frank &: Lillian' 3.88
M. Blakely 2 1 1 said suit being for divorce. Plaintiff ORACH SUB. i
The south 306 of the :
WITNESS! my hand and seal of
S. Hardln 2 12 said Court this Und day of April. EARL a REID. north 1128.75 of Govt
D. 1913.Omclal Defendant lot 1 E of old canal
G. Johnston 2 0 1 A( Seal) E. A. &MYTHK NOTICE OF StIlT ex bk 49 page 65 & ... :. I
S. Skolar 2 0 1 Clerk of said Circuit Court EJrfi. STATE OF ) 1uig: ex. O. n. bk 3 pg 100 23 11 31 1.10 Miller, Frank &: Lillian 5.74
By Julia It. Harvey Reid Jt! 7 South Coast SUNRISR BRACII "

E. McLure 2 0 1 Deputy Clerk war. Laguna Beach. California: Lot 4 Blk 6 .................... Janslc, 3. W. J.SS 1
G. Newell April 35 A May a9.164tcIN You are hereby notified that a fTlnmj
1 O' 0 I has HtNNKLI. DRV. CO. SUB. I ,
suit been _
brought against you ..___.. 14
Tr blk D
C. Ford , 4 0 1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for divorce In the Circuit Court for Part SH of tract 4 bk 8 12 31 Harrison, D. ty. .??.,..?_ 2.28

FLAUMCK COUNTY FLORIDA Flagler County, Florida In Chancery ......... .....
B. WhiteR 1 0 0 IN riCANCRRY NO. 4418 by Anne O. Reid, and you MOODY 36 page SUB.165 11 12 31 0.15 Perrl Mike __ __...... 1.92

Hershey 2 1 1 MINNIE BOXLEY. are hereby file (personally Lots 1.8-3 S3
Plaintiff or by attorney), with the Lot 6 Blk nlk.... : .:: Wjckllne, George i.it
T. Pache 3 0 0 ".. Clerk of. said Court; your written Lots 23-23-34 64 .. G. E' & Ethel .
I KENNETH defenses If any, to the Complaint; ? Wickline, o E. & Ethel d:1t:
,\ BOXLEYDefendant In said suit on, or before the 2tth AMENDED SUE OF VENICE PARK '
;+ 38 12 l5 NOTICE TO DEFEND day of May -1913 and further Lot 31 blk 68 ..-...- Newell. Ray J. ..___..._ 63.33
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: within said period of time to serve OCEAN CITY SUB

Bunnell Restaurant Ab R H 30 KENNETH Clements BOXLEY Lane on said Upchurch written and defenses Upchurcb If ,"ilal'.t; Lot 2 ..........-.....-.............- Kressly Eva .....-......... 174
B. Plunger 4 1 :2 HasleNew Jersey Iff attorneys, whose address Is . ... .
Lot I blk SLot -. . ...... 'Kressty Eva
M. KInney 300. You are hereby notified that a (00 Exchange Bank Building. St.Augustine 21 blk 7 ..-.....?...... Andrews J. if.. ?- 1'14
suit has been tied against you In tlortdai and The Flag I'U
Lots 31-33 blk ..
J. Brown 100 the above entitled cause: and you ler h Is, a newspaper -- Kressly Eva ?_.:=:: .u
.. Iunrhew Lot blk 38 "'._,',_ ._.. Hyde Deloris ... _
are hereby required to file your answer requirements prescribed --? 2,1f
C. Durrance 4 1 :2 with the Clerk of this Court, by law for such purposes MORNlNriSIDR I SUB .
S. and to a thereof Is hereby designated as the news Lot 20< blk 3 ..-- Warner 11.L. &.
Townsend serve upon
3 1 1 copy Sarah
plaintiffs In which 1 h ix>t is bik t ...___.,_..' Barnwelr. Richard 1.19
M. Muzyka 1 a 0 the whose plaintiff name or and address attorney Is: gp published one 'acCok'h! for Lot 7 Ilk 9 ........._-.- Gardiner, George.& Josephlne .,,,- J'"

N. Rodgers 422 Ln8 Building fall four not consecutive or Judgment weeks.will be Herein en Lot 11 blk- 11 _..--.-.. Smith EdIth W; I.ii

D. Deen lieach. Florid tered you by default Lot 10'blk 11 -..-_.-,.... Adkins W.1I. I
3 1 1 Daytona against &: Ruby
11 .... ... 3.86
Lots I.' blk
not later than May 38th. A.D 19CS. hand and the seal Gardiner. a. F. &: Jo-
L. Tllton 4 1 2 If you fall to do s. decree pro of said Court 4t Bunnell. Flatter "phln.
M. Wadsworth' confesso will be entered against County Florid*. this 33rd day of Lot a b t.t3 ........-..... Zuenno Enlyn J::17 It
," 2 Q 0 yon for the relief demanded In the April. 1MI. MORAS!
E. Allen 222 bllli of .complaint. The nature of (Official Seal) Bl X SMTTHEAs Loi blk 1 _- Patrick flea F. A Caro-
.. said' suit beingfor divorce Cleric: of the above I D I _
D. Brock 1 0 0 WITNESS my hand and seal of styled Court ATLANTA BRACII. SUB. J.{9.71Lots
V; Moore rr said Court this 33nd oar of April By Julia R. Harvey 1 to I Incl blk 3 Woodbea4. J. 1. & 11U1' 2110
; 1 A. D. Deputy Clerk. Lots 1 to I blk t Woodhead J. L. UU:
V. King 000 (Official 'leal) E. A. SMYTHR UPCHURCH A: UPCHURCHHxchanite WARREN PARK ESTATE SUB ; -
Clerk of said' reett Court. bile K __..
Ian. John
_...... By Julia R.- Hfmr Bt.. ,AUgUstln. Florida 1 'WJtpl FAVOHRTTAof -.-1Ma ..12sfl
34 10" 13 ''-' > *. Deputy Clerk Attorneys for ;Plaintiff HEM of NBU A .' 've, M,r. "
April 3$ A: Mar J-I. -4to April 25 & Mar 1-9-l-4te NESL of 8EK of NEB IT 13 11 SO Prestige Builders Inc > |..ejr

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i: Spring | "I'"I'I RECITAL AT FIRST $hr tflanlrr ftrthunr _II I Temple visitors in Burma buy
Is ''Young Calvesi gold leaf to press on stautes of
B Squad i 'II BAPTIST CHURCH IH'IVNKIX. FLORIDA I Buddha as offerings. To prepare

I Taylor, county agrii | gold leaf for sale, craftsmenbeat
Is the
' CompletedThe i I cultural agent, stated that Dr. sented Following last week by program Prof. pre-TedWeber's MRS M. B FULLER Editor I small lumps of the metal
oe Wendling would be In Flag- I i j I Into sheets only 1/200,000 of an

t Bunnell "B" squad completed ler county today, May 9, for the I The recital piano and organ pupils. l>...1....*. Official Publication j Inch thick-thinner than the
at the
I their two weeks spring purpose of vaccinating six- to First was Church.presented t.v Public N tlca .f Flakier ,' layer of Ink printed on 'this page.
," practice Thursday with a Green eight.month-old calves against I fount>, MiiBlrlpalltlr therrlad I
Guests appearing on the
1\\\;;a. and ,White game at the local Bahgs disease. The service will gram were Cheryl Skolar Jack pro- .. the !jttatc .f .'..rld. I

,. fleld-JThe Green team won 147. be free of charge. Clegg, and Walter Morris.; - INDIA'S HOLT BENARES
;';', q. (Green: team took an early Thursday afternoon has been Organ solo, Mr. Weber. Entered: H' 'second class matterJ'jbrvMU' I India's holy city of Benares,

.. y yead.on r ; a 30 yard pass from, scheduled for those persons who. "Little Girls Waltz,""Boy Scout J I,,,191S.. at the Ph ty> r S>ewat. 'Rockett' to Tom Mlssln- own Just a few calves. vaccl.. Climbing". and '"Mule Trail," TSy' Ijunnefti. ,: Florida undfl"|frt e& I'gathered prior' tdthe solar
was made natlng dates for cattlemen who March }, ISJ6 and
1)\, ne. The extra point Victoria PerritL eclipse lineup of planets,
by Martin. Tucker. 1 own large 'herds will be scheduled \ "Century Flower Garden,", was old before Buddha preachedhis

The' White team came back at a later date. 'The Sw sn, v and "Swing' Low One year .... ............._...._$j.60 I first sermon there In 500B.
strong after this core with .a 70 Anyone desiring that their I Sweet Chariot," by Betty Steflik. Sit: months ...................$125 C. Hindus believe that If they
yard drive to score. Glenn Miller calves be vaccinated should contact Organ and piano: "Serenade," I I -- die In Benares they will not
carried It over on a 5 yard Taylor's office, ID 7.3122, "Llebestraun" and "Brahms The world's: largest body of have to suffer the trials of re

run. The extra point was added not later than 3 o'clock this aft I Waltz," by Karen Clegg. ( fresh water Is Lake Superior. incarnation.
bt" Ri rr.Gordon. ernoon. I Clarinet Solo: "Melody In F" I
:"Sine :score remained tied until Ing for the year. by Cherlyl Skolar. .,

the Rockett last again minute passed of play to Mlsslnne when- The program Committee plans to make I "Narcissus," Mexican,r ), tat I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

,Scouting available to more girls Dance" and" "Tarantella" by :,

carried for a It touchdown over for and his Tucker second In the county. A questionnairewill I i i Charles Clegg. I H. CRAIG. Funeral Dl..ctor_ r

extra point be sent out through the : "Down In the Cane Patch," !1 .. JOHN HARDIN, Associate
schools to parents of fourth and "Indian War Dance," and "Red
The Green team players: Tom
; fifth grade girls for next year Balloons" by Beth Matherly. AIR OXYGEN
Misslnne( Alan Jones, Tilman LADY'
Robinson, Arthur Ford, Don to see If they desire to have I Tales ol Vienni Woods" (duet), CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQ'UIPPED

Moore, George Jarosz, James their daughters In the Junior I,Betty and MaryjChn Steflik. ; ATTENDAN'f. '- AMBULANCES
Bross, Darrell Britt, Stuart Rock- Scout program. The letter will Reading (selected) by Jack "
go to parents of both the Bun Clegg. Phone ID 7-3532
e tt; Martin Tucker, Roger Dyk- I I I
stra, Jerry Smith, Harold Rig- nell and Flagler Beach schools. "Surfboard," "1812 Overture," 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
gins and Scott Wilder. Plans were made to continuethe i and "Star of the East," by Eliza .

Brownie Scout for beth Allen. > . . . .. .. . .. .... -
The White team: Henry Bowers program !'J'rI'. .". . . . . . . .V
John Johnston, Jack Spark- the second and third grade girls,1 I I "BluesButterflies," "Tarantella,"

man, David Richardson, Jimmy In both schools this year. I! and "Valse In E Flat: ," by Frederick FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT ,

Aikens, Jack Knight, Howard Out of town guest speakerwas FruIts. ; , I
,Pelllcer Dan Cody, Dennis Buo- Kay Tucker, District Advisor I I "Ole Man River," vocal solo, AMBULANCE

no, Glenn Miller, Ray Gordon, for Volusia Girls Scouts. by Walter Morris. PHONE VAlley a. 62 5

Bobby Robinson and Ray AllI-I I Present were Kathryn Perry- I I "Border Patrol ," ""Gypsy Violins SERVICE
son. man, Myra Wadsworth, Glennys I ," and "Feather In the ST. AUGUSTINEf FLORIDA

Paznlak, Margaret Weeks, Alice!II Breeze," by Mary Ann Steflik. Never be hesitant about calling: a Garcia Ambulance. We

PLANS FOR GIRL Johnston all of Bunnell. From "Martha," duet, Frederick are ,always at your service with promptness safety and
Flagler Beach were Kay Kauf
SCOUTING MADE I Fruits and Mr. Weber. "

man, Betty Littlefield, and Kay .. .. .. . . . .. . . experience-
TUESDAY MORNING Robinson. .. ... ". . . .. . NwI'J'J'I j
O. r, Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Troop Committee Members for I
\ Brownie Scouts troops 701 and Height of the azalea blooming: Registered Garcia Funeral Home

702 met Tuesday morning with season at Klllearn Gardens State Real Estate Broker
Joy ,Steflik. The purpose of the Park near Tallahassee Is reached!! I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

meeting was planning the Scout. during February and March. Bunnellr Florida I LADY ASSISTANT '

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