Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00539
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 16, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00539
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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51, NO. 19' BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR

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Baccalaureate MISS LYNN OREMMiss .News and Comment WILLIAM J. BURNSED, Seniors Trip to ,

Service Set For I (By Eula Fuller) r5, > ..1: Nassau Begins

II Astronaut Gordon Cooper is .
Sunday, May 26 I well on his proposed 22 orbit Next Monday
space flight at press time with
The Bunnell High School Classof I everything reported as "A-OK." The senior class of Bunnell
1963 has scheduled ItS Bac One of. radio we School
many reports High will leave on itS
calaureate and commencement have listened to since we watched class trip Monday morning, May
programs as followsBaccalaureate : rAY I the blastoff soon after 8 0'- ".j :.JO, pt 3 o'clock from the school.
i service on Sun 1 clock this morning, said everything Their destination is Nassau,
day evening, May 26, at 8 o' I I was going as planned and :?ricl Bahama Islands.
clock at the First Methodist f jit would be possible for Cooper Members will load baggage
Church of Bunnell. Rev. Thomas to make 90 orbits. We are thank. promptly at 2:30 A. M. and the
Pinner, pastor of the First Baptist II ful for a safe 22 orbits.I !J bts.rill: leave fw Miami 'at 3
Church of Bunnell, will de, still think our generation, !' o'clock sharp. Mrs. Coleen Du-
liver. the sermon. Rev. William those of us who can remember"the :.... "' pont will serve as a chaperoneand
I : L. Spicer, Jr., pastor of the host Joys of motoring" in its Infancy ,('" \ .., bus driver. < ,
church, will give the invocation, j watched the developmentof .. ...." ."... The itlneary for the trlfx'i Is i'as
read the scriptures, and pro. radio tv, telephone and airplanes \ follows: leave Bunnell at 3 A. M.
nunce the benediction.The __ have been privileged to JERRY BURNSED May,20; arrive in Miami at 2:30.
commencement program witness more history In the COMPLETES HIS Leave Miami aboard the ss Ba
will be held 0 on Friday evening, : Lynn Orem, daughter of making than any other. genera BASIC TRAININGAirman hama Star at S and arrive) in
May 31, at 8 o'clock in the Flag. :i Mr. and Mrs H L Orem of tion. Nassau, G.B.I. at 9 A. 1\1. May
ler gymnasium. William J.I Flagler Beach, was graduatedfrom X X X X William J. Burnsed, 21. ..:
I the Medical Assistant Classof son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome F. Leave
Hamrick former teacher of Nassau
We the Band Thursday, May
the Florida College of Medical enjoyed Spring Burnsed, who live on Rt. 1, Bun
mathematics at Bunnell High : Concert We havea 23, at 5 P M. and arrive In Miami
... School and present senior vice I Technology Miami, on May 10. band and Friday bandleader night. all can nell, has been selected for tech. Friday morning at 8:30.:
president of the Gulf Life In. I| Miss Orem is a graduate of nical training as an air police. Leave Miami' at 9 o'clock that
be of. make
proud They an excellent
Bunnel\\ High School. Upon man at Tinker Air Force base.
surance Co. of Jacksonville, Florida for school morning and arrive back In Bun
o will deliver the commenceS :,I graduation she will be employ. and impression wherever our Airman Burnsed, who enlisted nell at about 8 o'clock that evening
!: ed with a Miami physician. county they go. in the Air Force a short time
ment address. Z. D. Holland, su-j;I! We also enjoyed watching the Friday May 244 t.1
erintendent of public instruction films of the band in the Cherry ago, hat just completed his Other chaperones on'the top
I r
and brother in law of Mr. Blossom Festival Parade and basic military training at Lack. will be Mr. and Mrs.' Dean Peterson

: Hamrick, will award the diplomas i.Potato i Growers also as (they presented the concert land A. F. B. I and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleskl. ..
I The airman Is a 1962 graduate : .
to members of the class of '
It also
'63. John D. Baggett, supervising !I Contribute To gave on us the a little Capitol extra steps.bit of prideto of Bunnell High School. The class wishes to express Its

principal, will introduce the 1 know the two films were thanks and appreciation to all f.
speaker and make' the class I, Methodist Church made by The Tribune press rep. Moody, Holland of awards. who assisted them in raising
resentatlv ,_Leonard Moody, who
Twenty-six members of the I I. Seventeen Flagler County Po. made the trip with them. Selected to Go funds for the trip. Especially do .
class are scheduled to receive tato Growers contributed 880 Senator Spessard Holland presented they want td thank Mrs P. A. ,
their diplomas at this service. I{I i bags of potatoes, making up a the band with a film of To Boys StateHarry Edmonson, chairman of the finance '\
carload and a truckload, of his interview with members of committee and Mrs. Homer 't\
1 i Flagler County Grown Early the. Florida bands there. Gloria Robert (Bebe) Moody Brooks, chairman of the Planning !.
[I Irish Potatoes to be sold last and h b committee, andthe<< oomrnl"fee i. ,,,
KeniQlancj! .
,..HOLDENSArrENDGRADUATION j&hjiaifia> ,, GA,) PunneII; ewer Q: .. WJ' '+ .,r ,
members for"th"e assistance
fweelfifor: the FIrst Ofethodist representing the band. selected"aa delegates from Bun ;\t, '
OF i! Church of Bunnell. This film was also shown.X nell High School to attend the given to them. Pt, t

Last year a group of growers X X X Boys State Session in Tallahas Barbara Smythe nerved as
THEIR GRANDSON i contributed a carload which was Observing Mother's Day Sun see. They are sponsored by:the president of the class this year
:Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden left I sold for the church. day, we couldn't help but think Flagler Post 115 of The American and has given fine leadershipin
Thursday for a visit in Eliza. i Sale of the potatoes was : that every day could well be Legion. Its attempt -to achieve its
bethton, Tenn., with their son I handled by Camp & Companywho I "Parents' Day" for those who The Boys State Session is goals.
in law and daughter, Mr. and I made no charge for com can find pride In the accomp I sponsored each year by ,the State The class also wishes to express -
Mrs. Julian Caudlll, and family.I mission or brokerage. The carload lishments of their children. Department t of The American its appreciation to the
<, During their visit they will was purchased by Gordon There can be no greater gift for : Legion. It is a weeklong study Board of Public Instruction for
attend the graduation exercises Foods of Louisville, Ky., and the parents who have the realization and participation in city, county, making available a bus to trans-:
t- of the Ellzabethton High School. truckload was purchased by that they I have done well and state government. Both boys port the class to and from Miami

Their grandson, Tommy Caudl1 Drennon Foods of Atlanta, Ga. in bringing their children Into are completing their junior year .
*. who is also Mr. Holden's namesake They were sold on the marketat adulthood., in Bunnell High School. Their

!* is a member of the gradu- $2.50 per bag. x nnn x x _x_ selection is based on their
ating class. Growers contributing the potatoes I am Interested in observingthe 'scholastic, leadership, and Inter. AUDIT REPORT

Tommy has also been attend. are all members of the progress of, the House Bill est in government RECEIVED BY
ing classes each half day at East church. They are: R. W. Deen, Jr., Introduced last week by Rep. BeBe is the son of Geor&eMoody
Tennessee State University dur Walter Cody, Walter Knight, W. L Wadsworth providing for Jr., and Mrs. Margaret
ing his senior year in high Eldon Knight, Gene Knight, homestead exemption of $5,000 Moody of Flagler Beach. Kentis The auditor's report for the \
school. He represented the high George Allen, Bill Deen, Curtis after the first $2,000 assessmentof the son of Supt. and Mrs.Z. I Flagler County School Board 'i
school in the twenty.third Clvl. Been, L O. Robertson, Cordell homesteads in Flagler coun D. Holland of Bunnell. has been received In the uerlntendent's -

tan Oratorical Contest last month Robertson, O. D. Robertson, A. B. ty. This would be a constitutional > office. The audi- I
where he won first place. He I Johnston, Carlton Johnston Dan amendment Instead of a I I ton statement Is as follows: i
received a $100 cash prize. ny Johnston, Robert Bertha,: local bill. I understand it was DR. REYNOLDS 'The financial condition was
He Is also active in track and Tommy Bertha, and Sammy Ber referred to the Finance. and Taxation WILL ATTEND good. A review of the financial i
basketball teams and was drum tha. Committee. DENTAL MEETINGDr. I operation indicated that legal ;

major of the high school band I still prefer a valuation of Allen Reynolds said todayhe requirements were adhered to I II
and was selected as the best and good business practices were :
with low
property a mlllage will be attending State Den. I
drum major In the Class A Di. BPW BANQUETSET levy for the county. In my. tal Society meetings and the generally' followed. I
vision. He Is a member of the
this would
opinion work
not a Methodist Laymens' Retreat
ll1.Y Club, "E" Club and Bible FOR TONIGHTThe Expenditures were held withIn *
hardship on anyone, but I can
from 17 23-
May through May
Club, in addition to the many I
He is Flagler Business and Professional think of a number of home own. He said his office will be closed well prepared and followed.
extra curricular activities.
Woman's Club and ers who would suffer hardship If during this tIme.
11.nOW' Records were well kept, except
active in the Demolay and .
serving as the Master Coun guests will have a banquet tonight taxes on the first $2,000 of valuation He will attend the Executive that tangible personal property
selor of the order. at the Bunnell Community was levied. Council meeting of the Florida records were Inadequate. The
Center, marking the first Dental Society on May IT. On internal accounts were maintained .
He Is a member of the Methodist ''I year as a chartered club. SMALL CLAIMS May 18 he will be at the Meth. and were audited each

Church and is president of I Following the banquet, Installation COURT SESSIONSmall odist Laymen's Retreat at De- year."
the Youth Fellowship, and the I of officers will be made Leon Springs; May 19 he will
MYF Subdistrlct and by Mrs. Lois Walker District Claims Court Judge Le. be In Jacksonville for the Flor
dent of the District M. Four director. Mrs. Walker was ola Jones said today the sessionof ida Society of Dentistry for Chil AMERICAN LEGION
addition, to this, he .still finds president of the Ormond Beach court scheduled for May 29 dreri. He will attend the annual I
time for his hobbles which are; Club which sponsored the organization will be postponed to the June meeting of the Florida State POST WILL MEET .,
folk singing and classical mu of the local club.Recently 12th session.In Dental Society In Jacksonville. MONDAY NIGHT
sic. His ambition is tor:become, elected officers to be the session Wednesday May 23 he will attend the Rural The American Legion Post 115
a lawyer. I installed are: Leona Elsenbach, morning, Judgefries( rendered Health Committee meeting in will meet at 8 o'clock Monday .
II I president; Rosemary Brown vice default judgment against N. J. Winter Haven. night at the Bunnell Community
president; Jeannie Cannon, second I Landry In favor of the Citizens Mrs. Betty Miller, president. Center. '
BARBERSHOPS WILL CLOSE I vice president; Margaret Bank of BunnelL elect of the Volusla County Den.
AFTERNOONS Knight, recording secretary; Also defualt judgment render. tal Assistant's Association, will In addition to business the
1 1 Nancy Rodgers, corresponding ed against Hugh Favors in favorof represent that organization at post election of officers will beheld
Clyde Lewis of the Lewis Bar. secretary; and Elizabeth Hoff, W. F. Lawton the Florida Dental Assistant's Delegates to the State Con
bershop, said today the barbershops I treasurer. Five cases. were continued to Association meeting held In conjunction vention wW also be named.
will close each Thursday: Gwen McGriff Is the retiring the next session of the court with the Florida State Members are urged to attend
afternoon beginning today. president . which will be June 12. Dental Society meeting. I this meeting..

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This was number three for Ron- Into the top of the seventh when Scorer, Bebe Moody.
nie. J. I. Sheffield had three hits I the Motor Co. tied and went I'I't

for the Motor Co. t ahead 4.3 on three hits and an
ISPOR Innings 1234567 R error. | fljhr JFlanlrr rtbunr
B. M. C. 111 3040 10 Sammy Bertha and Tom Pin. <

Seville 210224314 ner both pitched good ball. I VNNRLI. FLORIDA

Two base hits, C. Sheffield and Clifford HIgginbotham and Tommy .
: Wilkerson; home run, R. Wells. Durrance had two hits. Cliff
worm : MRS M. B. FULLER. Editor
Scorer, Bebe Moody., McGriff and Walter Townsend I
both had two hits. ;j
MIDGET LEAGUE BROWSINGWell forward with our plans of baseball . The 1963 Bunnell Midget Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R'' DesIgsated Official Pubiieatl.a
I I for our teen age boys, 1& B.M.C.00100034'W. for r.UI Notices .t Flatter
League Champion Idlewood Club
we closed out our diamond will have to be County MMBlclpalltlcs thcrcl
with con scored 7 runs In the first two Innings .L.C. 0030002 5
league season Saturday structed this In the all. the Stale .( Florida
summer or !
all star I' to win out over the All Umpire, King, Mercer, Pache. :
our game. fall Also at this time I would
Stars 8.6.Gordon. I
Our league had a very good I like to thank Mr. Tilman Robin. I, _. Entered as second class matter

and successful season. All the I son, Joe White, Shelton Barber, Worley, batting champ' February (, nUt at the postofllce
boys played good ball. Their I Randy Morris, Cliff McGrlff, Billy of the league, was held to no PETERSON TEXACO at Bunnell, Florida, under act of
sportsmanship was very good j hits. Darrel Britt clouted a long SERVICE I .
Cauley, and Mr. Collins, Bebe I March I. W
and their playing Improved 100 I Moody, Mr. Fred Fruits who all home run. Earl Rice had two ROAD SERVICE

per cent Lots of these boys will helped to make our midget hits for the All Stars. I Light Mechanical Work One year ...._,......._.........f 8.60
be ready to get into the next league season a success. And tall Jacky Collins held the All! Phone 437.3<<1 Bunnell I Six monthsNOTICE =1.86
step of baseball next season you boys I would like to Stars to two runs In four innings :
which Is Jr. league baseball. This say I enjoyed the season because and had to relieve Scotty I ---- - -----

would mean that the baseball;I: you boys played and acted Wilder In the top .of the sixth I
diamond will have to be en- as big leaguers. Remember, to protect their win. Jimmy Me-i I
larged. At the present time we Nab and Frank Fleurle bad two' Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so much
keep eye on the ball. due for taxes herein
I your thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount
are playing all our baseball and hits each. Timothy Spicer pitch. I set opposite same together with coat of auch sale and advertising1.
I will be sold at public auction on the 3rd day of June 19 Softball on a diamond which Is V.F.W. AUX BATS CLICKAS ed good ball in relief. office of the City Tax Collector In the Community Center Building at
60 feet in between bases. The) The Bunnell Recreation gave 10:00: o'clock)1.. In the City of Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida
THEY WIN 19.9 SBlock SI ........._........._..... Grant Wilson _...._.__.. ".10
,only thing we have different 1stthat out awards to the Idlewood Club I Lots 8-6. Block 91 .. Zackle ft Mellnda Wilson 4.80
the girls pitch from 38 feet I" The V. F. W. Aux., playing and to Gordon Worley. Lots J-10. Block IISWU ::=::::::.:=:::: Willie Brown Jr. >..._.-_..?.- 87.88
Iota ll-i. Block PI ............ Hazel Emanuel .._..._?.._._. 1'1.31
To play Jr. league ball the base their first game, got their 1 bli; Innings 123456 R Lots R. r. & Ruth McGee . 48.60
I 1:6.rlfck .::=:::: .. := :
will go to 90 feet and the pitch. I bats rolling with Betty Bourne, All Stars 000213 6 Lots Lots 110. Block 12NU 124 Riley Richard KingLota I& Ruby-- -Baaa 4.80 9.10
era mound to 60 feet This Puge Hugas, Beverly Cummins, Idlewood 34100x 8, lots 11-12. Block I 12) ..=::= Eloise B. King -. __..:::::: 5.60:
Lot 4. Block ISO .... . ......... Georgia GrinbyAllle _.___ 11.15
means that if we want to goj I! getting two hits each. Linda Mc. Three bagger, E. Rice and J. NE% lots '.1. Block-ISO---.....-.-_......... Hunter _____ .. 1.60
: Nab and Ellz Allen P. Hugas Collins; home run, D. Britt Umpire Lots I.., Block 1S1 ...____...... Annie Johnson __._ 11.13
I 8* lots 11-12 Block MlNE ____... Anna Johnson ...___ 1.60
'hit long doubles. Becky Fllllnge; Pache, Rockett, Anderson; 26 lot 8 NE:' 25 of 8E 20' lot
I 4 ... .. Flora Shaw . .. S.80
HASTINGS MATTRESS had and also two hits.V. ? ------
a triple scorer, B. MCOdY.TOWNSEND'S! 8W fooitIt1Aii. (:. Xptii/W
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS F. W. Aux first two Inningswas US ,No.1. Block 1(1 .....L.._....._.. W. H. & Carrie Hill .._ 80.60
Lots $-9, Block 1(6 ...... _... ., .... W, T. & Willie May Moses 27.88
710-12 Lemon St just too much for the Restaurant SINGLE WINS. i Lot 8. Block 1(7 _._.:._:?::?...::_? Italian I Ezell ., 22.00:

Palatka, Florida as they scored 11 runs.I GAME FOR WADSWORTH I Lot 1.1 4 except.. .R/W._.....*.US...'. No...._..1., Block. Italian Ezell _____ 4.00
Innings 123456 R Lot2 Block 188 ....I1! ._. ,Z.-ZI Mary Kennedy ,,
Phone EA 5.9166 I Walter Townsend, rookie first SB 22' lot 11, All lot 12.:" i kiii Clara Mitchell ..:::..::::::::: UX8c.uo:0lill :
Restaurant 115011 9 baseman for the NW : Block 168 ....._..... 22002T.SS
Furniture. Upholstering : W. 1. c., hit a ; : ?
VFW Aux 5 6 3 2 3 x 19 1(9 .....::,_.., .... runenljoh: ; n-="::
Repaired & Refinished base loaded single to score Stu. Lot 8-7-8. Block 202 .j.. Ralph B. Harbert .____._. 4.10
Hundreds of Patterns to art Rockett Lot 6. Block 202 _.>......?.......? Citizens Bank of Bunnell 2.65:
Choose from. and Tom Pinner with Lot 7, Frac. Block 2(1 _. Unknown '. .._. 1.68
SEVILLE IN WIN COLUMN the winning run in the bottom Lots 4-5, Block 1, Lincoln Hts Jasper & Mary Anderson .. 660
Mattresses & Box Springs I I Lots 2-3. Block 2. Lincoln Hta. Sub. Ed & Lucy London .....?.._ 8.7S
Mad to Order Also Renovated Seville finally go Into the win of the seventh.W. I Lot 14, Block 4, Bunnell Home-
PRICES REASONABLE. column by scoring a 14.10 win L. C. had a 3.1 lead going sites Sub ................_...........__. Joseph & Annie Underwood 6.88
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. NANCY C RODGERS City Tax Collector, City of Bunnell, Florida
over Bunnell Motor Co.
Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office The Motor Co. outhit Seville
Drop Us A Card or Call by two many bases on ball with I -

Free Pickup & Delivery timely hits was the difference. kt 1tli
Ronnie Wells hit a home run.

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City of Bunnell dog licenses will be due June 1, ,

1963' and are now ,available at the City Hall.

License fees are as follows: flll: ? ,

Male and spayed female $1.00

Female $2.00

A rabies innoculation certificate signed by a

veterinarian must be presented before license

will be issued.Arrangements.

have been made to have a veterinarian

at the Civic Center Monday, May 27, 1963,

between the hours of 8:30 a. m. and 10:30 p. m. '- 3Li


Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, City Clerk
May 16232tc. SO NICE TO COME HOME TO. .

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Caroline Clifton School Editor ADS \ ;

Class made approximately $38 I Llatlap .4.s tkUS ....... an : "Your Friendly Co-op Store"SOUTH
the sale and about "eta per ward each I..ert
I' on rummage .
79 Met. !. mlK.... e...... "
$20 on the bake sales held In I RAILROAD STREET
Bunnell and ,Flagler Beach Sat i
FOR SALE-2 PC lIvingroom
urday morning. suite $35; Phllco TV $35; electric QUANTITY RIGHTS \\\N'\
: The Speech Class is present
.,.) refrigerator $20. Apply i y
i ing a hilarious one-act play RESERVED
Ocean Shore Boulevard and Sec.
the benefit of the Seniors. The I
ond St. Fern Carmody.
cast consists of Barbara Smytheas I
Mechele Steflik May 16ltcWANTEDTo I *
Gwendolyn; It

'.., as Ginger; Janice Lovelace as rent country place I PRICES GOODTHROUGH I<<'tIHlIitltl
Blossom; Alton Ford as Robert; within easy distance from Bun '
Buzzy McKnight as Elbert; and nell. Will consider two year!; \

Mike Hornsby as Sam. lease for right place. Phone I &\\ '
It is being directed by Mrs. ID 73675. 5.16-1t:,' May 1963 ,
Millie McCoy. The play will be -- I I

presented on Thursday night, FOR SALE1960 Studebaker i FLORIDA GRADE "A" WORLD'S BESTGROUND '

May 16, at 8 P.M. The title of Lark, 8 cylinders, 4 door, straight' $419
the play Is ANTIC SPRING. shift, good running condition.I BEEF 3Lb"

Carol Hoskins. Will sell cheap. Phone HE 9. FRYERSLb.
I I'
,Bruce Eberhardinger has re- 2184. May 16-Itc! LEAN MEATY w '

enrolled in 11-B at Bunnell High .Lb.'
,"\\' School. Bruce returns from the HELP WANTED-White woman'l SPARE RIBS <. 39'e
neat for Lb. ,,
':'" : Bayside High School In New appearance
'. at Stuckey's at Korona. 516ltcA 25" ALL MEAT *
:;' York City.THE I'I'I
Whole Delicious" .
WATKINS ROUTE in this area STEW "

,': BOOK NOOK I is open for semi-retired man, or i 69e

lady. Many semi-retired people I II Limit Three Please '. .t'
Title-Hors* In Her Heart FLAVOR AGED CHOICE '
I earn $50.00 to $100.00 per week
Type-Fiction I I u
I depending on time devoted to RIB STEAKS 69e
Author Patsy Gray I
This story takes place in Ari!l I Route. Also have 1 full time HENDERSON'SSUGAR

zona on a ranch where Carol I Route open. Maybe you can qual-!I I LEAN MEATY

lived. She had a horse named Ify. For personal Interview in $
: Skipper who had never been your area, write J. H. McGarity, NECK BONES 7 fc 1
, Box 627, Williston, Florida.
broken. She was dead set on

.4,,:' ." the idea that she should break May 16 3tc RIB TIPS S T 51
.I. him herself, she could show
I I 4 Unit Apartment house at 5 Lb.
(: him off to Angela, a girl from Flagler Beach, lot 150 x 150. C. 3S

France that was going to stay Leslie Ginn, Palatka, phone D
. : her when she arrived. Bag :'
with 3253534. May 9-6tp _ _ _
Every :time she tried to break
off. So, FOR RENT-furnished.. cottage
Skipper, he threw her
Carol's father finally told her if 1 bedroom, $40.00 per month. .
she didn't let someone else Phone ID 7-3304.. 5-9-tf Tender Ear
Limit 1 With $5.00 More
break him, he would sell him. or
To find the outcome of this .
' / have a repossessed 1962 zigzag
.. ., y... story, read this book. I am sure
in excellent condition. Dial. U
t' you will enjoy it as so many Your Favorite Coffee TOMATOES 15e
o-Matic for dialing fancy
: others have. MAXWELL HOUSECoffee
stitches, makes automatic but.
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tonholes, sews on buttons mono .
Library grams, embroiders, etc.: Assumesix I b. Ea' 9e ':
BooREVIEW: payments of $7.50. Write Bag

The King's GeneralBy Credit Manager, 921 Volusia Ave.

.... Daphne du Maude I I Daytona Beach. We will contact
This is a sad but tender story I you immediately. 4.25.4tc All Grind1Lfc.Tia
;1'. of Honor Harris and her lover,I I 48
I FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex
feared General of the
the much i
West, Richard Grenvile. There I apartment, screen porch.Phone I II SEALDSWEET 6 OZ.

"" stands a house on .the Cornish I I ID 73304. .4-4-tf i Save 19c ORANGE JUICE 4 For 99<<:

Coast, Mcnabilly, that hides FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment
within Its ivy covered walls a $40.00 per month. Call Limit 1 With $5.00 or More HAWKEYE BRAND CHOPPED
secret that Honor and her be. Harris Appliance ID 73367. Food Order
4 Oz.'Steaks.
:_ lover Richard will carry to their March 14-tf SIRLOINS 5 89REGULAR *
graves. The romantic cavaliersof
the England of King Charles SEPTIC TANK: CLEANING at SIZE WINTER GARDEN 22 OZ.

... I, have provided novelist with reasonable prices.! Call George For
I much material, but never witha Jarosz, ID 73410. COCONUT PIES Z 6ge

story more stirring than theirsTo 1.24-7.25 p. Cokes'A

tell more of the story here PILLSBURY AUTOCRAT
WANTED-Bulk <- P. Gas) cuss
would be unfair. Only Miss du
tomers. Call Harris Appliance &
Maurier is able to do justice to Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Ice Cream

the hairbreadth events which escapes punctuatethis and exciting Aug 30-tfc : 19< Biscuits

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f '''; '.I ,Travel from battle front to LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Save 16c

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Animisn+the belief that all I above described property (provided I t'" IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OKI on Upchurch and Upchurch. Plaintiffs IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S vo'tJ- ":.
however that the Mortgagor 'I KLACJLRR COIIWTY FLORIDA attorneys whose address Is KLAULKR: COUNTY sTATE OF
things have a spirit pmlsts i ri shall be entitled to col- >NO. 4.18 600 Building. 8tAugustine. FLORIDA.
lect and retain the said rents ; MINNIE BOXLEYi I Florida; and The Flag Estate ofHELEN
parts of Indonesia.. "'u.., and profits until default i Plaintiff ler Tribune, which Is a newspaper I LEWANDOWSKI.Deceased.,
hereunder) ; and all fixtures meeting. the requirements prescribed .
now or hereafter attached to KENNETHVBOXLKY by law for such Purposes. o The State of Florida To All Persons -
or used In connection with the Defendant Is hereby designated as the newspaper Interested In the Estate of
described and i I NOTICH TO URPHNU In which this notice shall said Decedent:
'i reJr'oer' et the' following THE STUTB OF FLORIDA. TO: be published once each week for You are hereby notified that a
TV SERVICEALL described household appliance !- KlNNBTH, BOXLEY I four consecutive weeks. Herein written Instrument purporting
*, w and shaft be SO CWntBU Lane fall not or judgment will be entered be the Last Will and Testament
deemed to chberelt][ and apart I 1 Hasltt. Kftw Jersey against default. of said decedent has been admittedto
MAKES of the realty, and are a I You are hereby notified that a WITNBS3 :Oan'1 and probate In said Court.
portion of the security for the suit has been filed. against you In of said Court at Bunnell Fta:1er You are hereby commanded within -
Agent For Indebtedness! herein mentioned: the above entitled cause: and you County Florida, this 23rd day of ; six calendar months from the
1 Electric Hot HeaterWestomatic are hereby required to file your answer April j date of the first publication of this
Mod. l.t"o\ E. 40 with the Clerk of this Court ( iaf9:8.l: TllE notice to appear In said Court and
RCA & PHILCO (40 gal. capacity) 1 Oil Fired and to serve a copy thereof upon OfficialClerk of the above I show cause. If any you can, why
I Hot Air Heater Monogram B the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney styled Court the action of said Court In admitting -
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD 1018E. 60,000 BTU whose name and address is: By Julia R. Harvey. said Will to probate should
has been filed against you and you RAY SELDEN: Deputy Clerk I not stand unrevoked.
AND INSTALLED are required to serve a copy of Selden Building UPCHURCH & UPCHURCH (Seal) T. K. MCKNIGHT,
your Answer or Pleading<<: to the Daytona Beach Floridanot 800 Exchange Bank Building I i County Judge,
' TUBES TESTED FREE Complaint on the plaintiff attorney later than A.D. 1963.If St. Augustine, Florida I Flag ler County, Florida.
H. T. Cook Citizens Bank Build. you fall laxo'd : e pro for Plaintiff I First publication on May 16, 1963
log, Bunnell, Florida and file theoriginal I confenso will be entered againstyou rnll" May 2.9.16-4to j May 16-23-30 & June 6-4tc. .
Answer or Pleading In the for the relief demanded In the --
office of the Clerk of the Circuit bill of complaint. The nature of
TV Bob Court on or'before the 17th day of Said suit I being for divorce.WITNESS NOTICE
June, A. D. 1X3. If to my hand and seal of
I do so judgment by letault will said Court this 22nd day of AprilA.
BEACH be taken I the relief D. 1963. Notice I. hereby given that the following described lands will be
FLAGLER demanded In tlucJ.rpl;: t. ( A. ( sold at pUblic auction at U o'clock noon on the l.t day of June A. I).
j PHONE HE 9.2204 This notice shall be published I 'errkalof said Circuit Court 11161. at the front door ot the Flagler County Courthouse tn Bunnell,
once each week for four conaecu By Julia .rid 'Iagler County Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein let
tlve weeks In The Flugler Tribune Deputy Clerk I opposite the same together with all cost ot such sale and advertising
Bunnell Florida. April 25 ft May 2-.U-ttc UALE n. BROWNS Tax Collector Flaa-Ier County, Florida.
r Flagler County. Florida, this Uth IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Uut'rlpUoa !S T It A Taxes 01; Coats

MusicTennessee day of May, A. D* 1963Court KLAULKIt COUNTY FLORIDA E34 ...........,..........._..........1 U 10 U 100 Carter 1. M. ".'' ''. ...... 109.69
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE CHANCKRY NO. 4635 SWva ot 'SF33: ..........-.... 9 13 29 40 Sacdo Anthony & Pierce
StyleBY Clerk. Circuit Court I HELEN HOLLED. J. E.. Jr. ..............-............ 33.60
Flagler County Florida I Plaintiff ST. JOHNS DES) (,'0, sun.

H. T. CookAttorney JOHN ROLLED Tract I blk 11 ..............0 14 11 Z9 10 Bass Charles H. ........ 2.28
for PlaintiffP. Tract 1 20 29 10 Knapp George Jr. 2.28Tract
Walt Graves&Carl Spicer O. Box 8 Defendant.NOTICE 3 m 111..:::::::::::::: 21 Ii 29 20 Stiller,' Bernard ..:...::::: 3.89W4 :

Bunnell Florida TO DF.FKM1 4 tract 1 Bik 6 ........ 21 12 29 10 Harrison, Hope & W A. '
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till May 16-23-30 & June 6-4to THIS STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Jr. .....,. :. 2.78E

SUNDAY 3 6 P. M. JOHN whose ROLLED Tract 1. nlk 10 .._ 2T 12.., Z9 10 Bangs, Bell./e/ B.. .......... I.U
to IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY residence andpo.t W\ Tract 2 D1k 6) ...... Z9 11" Z9 1Old.\ .. W. I. & Hllth' .... 1.48
JUDGE, KLAULRR COUNTY You office adddress are unknown. W Tract I Blk 8 ...... 29 U. 2It 10 Eldridge F. F. .._......... 2.28NT.
LETTER OF MAROUE FLORIDA IN PROBATK. are hereby notified that a suit .
has been filed against In the JOHNS ADDITION
COCKTAIL LOUNGE In HELEN re: Estate: LEWANDOWSKI of above entitled cause; and you you are i.ot 30 131k r.A ... 30 12 9' tll.l.r. D. ........................ .79Lot
& RESTAURANT To All Creditors and Deceased.Person hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer, and Lot ::8D 131k 114..:::::::::::::::: Steinbeck Halsen, Arthur, John..:::::::::: :.79 79NT.

5, Miles So. of Marineland Having Claims or Demands Against to serve a copy thereof upon the JOHNS PARK lJ1o"ELOI'UF.XT (0. Sill.M34 ; .
Bald Estate! : plaintiff, or plaintiff's attorney. Tract I & Tract S '

V on AlA. You and each of you are herebY whose name and address Is: Ilk 6 .....................__..... 38 12 29 20 Coppersmith D. ............ 4.U
notified and required to present any RAY SELDEN I AU blk II & Tr 1 bllt. 6 4 13 Z9 60 l'ellicer, E. J.. & :Mary 10.38
claims and demands which you or Selden BuildingDaytona I.AKIo1 UIIIT01Y UU '
either of you, may have againstthe Beach Floridanot Lot I Block 2 ...........-.. Ritts. E. It & Ruby.... .92
estate of Helen Lewandowsk. later than June 10, A. D. 1963. liAX1.MY iet'll '
deceased, to If you fall to do .0. decree pro Lot 28 .......:.._..."--c. Torrance Tom &, Ruby 11.n
the tJaldfaliJaiY rntuty. ; confesso will be entered againstyou Lot .. : Jackson Paul & Katie
PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER Florida, at his office In the court- for the relief demanded In the Lot 226, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Ceaser, 'Jack & Jannie UJ

house of said County at Bunnell, bill of complaint. The nature of Lot 9 ............................?.... Adams. Charles Willie l1.n
Florida, within six calendar month said suit being for divorce, Lot 21 .._............. Torrance, Tom :;............ 14.17
from the time of the first publication WITNESS my hand and seal of KNOT: .JONF.1 M'O

\ of this notice. Two copies ,ot A.said 1>. Court 1963.OfT1cllll Uhla 7th day of May, Lots 7.1. Hlk A ._..... Bratcher, Carl.............. I.U
each claim or demand shall be In Lola
1.2-8-16.16.11 131kB
Phillip M. WhitleyP. writing, and shall ol the place ( K. Peat A. SMYTHE) ...................................._ Bratcher Carl &1 Charlotte .
of residence and office addressof Clerk of said Circuit Court ......._...,...;_. _... 1.28
the claimant, and shall be swornto Lot 131k E Olddens Florence : 10.12
by the claimant, his agent By Julia R. Harvey is :::::=::::::
O. Box 1741 or Deputy Clerk Lot Blk I E .Toner, ielen M. ..:::!: 1.33:
attorney and accompanied by a May !I-16-U.30-Hc Lot 2 I Dlk F .....-........... Citizens Bank of Bun-
St. Augustine Florida filing fee of one dollar and such! nell 9.27FLORiUA
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claim or demand not so filed shall
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void. IN AND FOR FLAULKR cot N. Lots t.IO.U.lI.ta.U,
Phone ID 7-3282 H. T. Cook. TY FLORIDA. IN PROIIATU blk I ......................_...... Bratcher Car .............. 2.18
As executor of the Last NOTICH TO CREDITORS lilT. JOHNS PARK ('0, NUB. ,
Bunnell, Florida Will and Testament of IN RE ESTATE OF Tract 2 D1k 1. ................ 9 12 30 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers
Helen Lewandowakl, deceased W. Pearson Lloyd, DeceasedTo A..n. Inc. _........_...__.._ 44.41
First publication May 16. 19(3 all creditors and all TOWN (110' IIt'1YNtI.L

I May.._16-23-30 ft June --4tcRKQUKST having claims or demands persons against Lots 11.11 Dlk 91 ............ Brown Willis Jr. ......_ U.41
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' SKVKNTII -- said estate: Lots 9-10 D1k 91 ............ Wilson, Zackle: & Mellnda .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN FOR HID! You, and each of you, are hereby # ........ j....
AND NOR KLAOLF.lt; COUNTY,I Sealed bids will be received In notified and required present any Lots 3-4 Dlk 91 ............ Smith: Hattie :::==: 19r
FLORIDA IN KUIITY. EQUITY the oince of the City Clerk of the claims and demands which you, or N% lots 1-2 blk 93 ..... Murray, Mercedes .
NO. 44L1I.MYRTLE. City of Bunnell. Florida pthe either of you, may have againstthe S % lots 11-12 131k 93 Emanuel. Headl ::::: lU
WIDNER, Civic Center Building, on or before estate of W. Pearson Lloyd, Lots t1 Elk k12rzf.. McGee It. P. & Ruth .. 70.96
...... .J Plaintiff. 11:00: o'clock noon on the 3rd day deceased, tate of Fla.-Ier County Lots 0 :::::: Bass, 'Richard & Ruby 3.36:
I VI. of June A. H. 1963, for the following Florida : lion. T. '1(, Mc- Lot blk 13.7...... -....... ,-' '-.c fi'VIA-13eiuty...&?Orlsa.
MONROT3 o. materials: < KNIGHT. .:ount, Judge of l"hl.-Ier ............ ".20
WJDNr 1.800: ft. 4-inch, class 160. 21 County, at.'his office In the County Lots 1-4 except R/W
NOTICH TO APPKAR AND flash 45 cast iron Altlte joint pipe Courthouse In Bunnell Fla.-If'r of US No.1 It SR 100 Childs Jerry &: Pearl. 1,83
ANSWKK! or equal. County Florida, within six months NE U' lots 1.4 ex Dk :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF 2 4-Inch tees for above pipe from the date of the first publication 28 page 1lrWkulJIN.. ' Shaw Flora ........._...... UO
FLORIDATO Price: quoted must be F.O.B. Bun hereof. All claims and de Lot 8 ex :
: MONROE O. WIDNER nell by motor vehicle carrier. Bid presented within the 1 Dlk 16T .................... Italian Ezpll ......-.,.... 14.61
You are hereby notified that a hould, specify delivery date. time dnSol the manner prescribed Lot 2 Bik 168 ................ Kennedy, MAry ...._....... 14.1
suit has. been brought agalnot you The Commission I herein shall be barred as provided Lot G D1k 169 ..... Johnson, Lillie Mae .... 16.17
/In the Circuit Court City reserves The southerly 100 ''fe.t
of FlaglerCounty by law. i
the right to reject and all
Florida, In Equity, by any 1963. of Blk ZU ex Dk U
MYRTLE WIDNER, Plaintiff: and bids and to waive any Informall- Datet1e. rerlk.23LI-'dD. pg 174 .......................... Modern Gal & .Appll.
ties In bidding, and to accept I ance Co ....._....._
file, As Administrator of the Estate of 10.21
pyorsonallyhor with bid that In its
attorney the Judgment LINCOLN LETS SI'll '
the W. Pearson Lloyd, Deceased
Clerk of said Court, rW written the will City for of Bunnell the best Florida.in ThoTias A. Koehler Lot 9 Blk 4 ................- MIIII, Gladys ...---,... 1.13
defenses. If any the Bill InEquity 421 N. Wild Olive Ave. ('In'FJU 81111
In OUlto Witness my hand and official I I I.ots 11.10 Dlk 1 ............
said or before seal this the 7th day of May, A. D. Daytona Beach, Florida Jerry ....._..__.... 1.00
III'NNIoI.I. 1I0MF.lITE" l'n, 1"t
the 10th day of June A. D. 1963, Attorney for Estate
(63. Lot U ,)Rk 4 ....... ... Underwood
of your April 25 A May 2-9-16 4cKV - Ie An.
:.nr1ttOdlen..eIVluOncOft: ;. .. Os- City Howell of V.Bunnell.Peavy Florida Mayor t nle ....-...........---,-..- 1.29
slnsky & Krol Attorneys for pUln- : THK' CIRCUIT COURT. SKV- TOWN OF DUPONT
tiff,' at their office at 411 Main ATTEST: KNT1I JUDICIAL (CIRCUIT IN I Lot 8 Blk 20' .............. Harrlwon. O. W. .."...,'...._ .79
Street. Daytona Beach, Florida, on Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk. AND FOR FI.AULF.lt COUNTY, : Lots N.f1tln SS .. ... Carmicheal, W.. H. .79
or before the 10th day of June, May 9.n-Ztc FLORIDA. IN CHANCF.RY. CASK DKV. CO. SUIt. .
fdaD'E 1963. as required by the Flor NO. 4643.talph Tr; S.JmlnAli.1v8tJ: 28 12 30 20 Meade, H, L. -_.. S.89
I 'y Rules, and herein fall IN TIIR ClltflTIT COURT. 8KVKNTH Sheridan Poison, ST. ;
not or Decree Pro Confesso and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.: IN Plaintiff, Tr 11 Blk 11 ........ ... 31 12 30JOHNSON 10 Benton Mabel H. ._, 2.28
Final D will entered IIKACII
against CJfty UIr.e FLORIDA. IN CIIANCKRY. CASK Edith Houchens Embry. Poison Lots 8-9 Blk T1T. .. Taylor S. A. & Joyce. 1.26
That the name of the Court In NO. 4640. Defendant DUPONT s"-8 n.
which said suit has been Instituted IN RE: Adoption of NOTICE OK !SUIT! aT
Is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial JAMES MACK JOHNSON, a IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Lot 25 ................_.............. 88 10 31 9.09 Marine Realty Co. .-... 22.73

j r4FSlJ.Count! Equity and TO: EDITH HOUCHENS EMBRY Book 67 page : k"'"'''' 40 10 31 15.72 Esposlto & Co. ._.._.. 80.79

herelnabove set forth. cause as Address Unknown. whose residence and/or post office Lot IT........._.................... Haynes. F. a Edith lilt
You are further notified that the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED address are unknown. ARTKSIA SUB.
nature of said suit Is a suit for that a Petition for the Adoption You are hereby required to file Lot 14 Blk 4 .................. Que-Ess Laboratories

divorce custody of minor children..Plaintiffs of the white J'8ttJSOC: filedin with b.t Clerk of 1l1blf Complaint Inc ..-.....'r-, -..-" 2.38
wnd other relief as set forth in AMES MACK the ADDITION TO ARTRSIA!
Bill In Equity, the above cause on the nth day filed herein against you In the South 306' of N 1221.76
WITNESS my hand and seal of of April. A. I)., 11(3. by JOSEPH above entitled cause on or before of that llacrn of Sec 22
o ),Dunnellb. 1963. commanded to be and appear In serve a copy thereof upon MAX F. 49 page 55 ft except .
daftof Court Seal) the above-named Court on or be. 1ASSPELLER. Plaintiff's attorney ill'lIk 3 .r'l1 .. 22 11 31 0.16..Miller, Frank & Lillian S.58
rcutJ. A. SMYTHE. fore the 3rd day of June A. D. herein, whose address Is 923 North K SUB. .
.s Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 1963. to show cause If any there Beach Street Daytona Beach Flor- The south 806' of the "
Flagler County, Florida. be, why the Petition for Adoption Ida. "THH FLAGLER TRIBUNE" north 1228.76 of Govt '
OSSINSKY ft KROL should not be granted I. hereby designated as the news lot 1 E of old canal
Solicitors for Plaintiff DATED this 25th day of April. this o shall be ex bk 49 page 65 &
411 Main Street 198J. & tTr.w once a ., ter four ex O. R. bk S pg 100 23 11 31 1.10 Miller. Frank & Lillian 8.74
(Court E. A. 8MYTHB consecutive weeks. HEREIN FAil. I
Daytona Beach, Florida Clerk !SUNRISE: IIRACH '
May: 9.II.U.ao-Uo of the Circuit Court NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON Lot 4 Blk 6IIUNNRLL .................-. Jamie. J. W.
1.1-1I-IS-4tc 2.96
The nature of this suit Is bill
3.IDA 8. GLEA80N.IN CIIANCKRY Jit. NO. 4929 CHANCERY NO. 4M23 for divorce. a 36 page 165 ....-_> 11MOODY 11 31 0.15 Perrl, Mike -. ,_; 1.92
of DOMINICK WITNESH MY hand and seal SUB. .
Ai Administrator Veterans'Affairs. FRASCBLLAfm fm atiunnell.
Lots 1-1-8 Blk 12
'-' Wlckllne. George
Flagler County, Florida, 9.90
Lot S Blk 61 ..
I 29th --- Wlckllne. G. E. ft Ethel I'U
Plaintiff VI. day of April :
t'\iVTI13. Lots 32-23-24 blk 64 _..
Wlckllne. G. E. ft Ethel
v.. CONCETTA FRASCELLA (Official Seal) E. A. 43.81
JAMES R. MOYER and wife Defendant Clerk Circuit Court AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK

JOANNE E. MOVER. FRANk E. NOTICE TO DEFEND Flagler County FloridaBy Lot 23 blk 63 _.....-. Newell Ray J. _........... (5.38
DOUtMKAD.!: fiR, and wife THE STATE OF FIXiRIDA. TO: Julia R.DeIrerlerk. OCEAN CITY SUB

CORA L. DODIMEAD. CONCETTA FRASCELLA : Lot 2 .........-....-...-...- Kreasly, Eva _
Street 1.1I2I4toIN
Second May
Defendant 39 Ft QUAY SUB.
NOTICE TO APPKAR I Somerville New Jersey Lot 8 blk C .. ..._,,.,_ Krelll .
--'' ? ,. Eva _
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF You are hereby notified that a TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Lot 21 blk '7 .. 3.74
filed in POR FLAOLKR 'LOI\ --- Andrews, J. E. 3.74
+ FLORIDA: suit has been against .you COUNTY. LOU 11-11 blk 26 -
TO.JAMES R. MOYER and wife the above entitled, cause; and you IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 44U7 Lot 9 blk 28 rum- Kressly, Eva __ 6.81
JOANNE E. MOVER. HUDSON, are hereby required to this our answer ANNE Q. REID. -- Hyde DebrisMOILNINGSIDIC -.: 2.19
OfJO. with the Clerk of Court Plaintiff SUB.
YOU, James R. Moyer and wife and to serve a copy thereof upon v. Lot 20 blk 8 -, Warner H. L. & Sarah
Lot 15 blk 8 ..... ........
Joanne E. Moyer, are hereby notified the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney EARL a REID -- Barnweh. Richard f.',2
..._... ...
Lot T blk 9
that a Complaint to foreclose whole name and address Is: Defendant - Gardiner George Ie Josephine

a certain mortgage on the following RAY SELDEN NOTICE OK SUIT Lot 11 blk 11 .. ......_.. 8.46
described Selden Building THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: f Smith, Edith W"1L"
Lot 1. rrr1l'u/: to-wlt:70 Daytona Beach Floridanot Earl a Reid 2797 South Coast High Lot 10 blk 11 .............. Adklns. W.It 4 Ruby ....
feet thereof, and Lot I, except later than May Itth A. D. 1963.If way.. Laguna Beach California: Lots I.' blk 14 ...-.... Gardiner. G F. ft Jo. 2.96
the Southerly TO feet thereof you fall to do so. decree pro You are hereby notified that a sephlneZuenno _.
and except the Westerly 10 feet I confesso will be entered against suit has been brought against you I Lot S blk S3 "- Evelyn' 2.69
thereof Block 4. Palm Harbor you for the relief demanded In the for divorce in the Circuit Court for MOBBS SUB. .97
Subdivision being a resubdlvlslon bill of complaint. The nature of Flagler County, JlorI'd: : In Chancery Lot 6 blk I -.....,.r..,. Patrick. Ben F. ft Caro-
of Qlendal Subdivision said suit being for divorce by Anne and you lyn "-
"a. recorded In Plat Book 1, WITNESS my hand and seal of are hereby required to file (personally ATLANTA URACH SUE 69.71Lots
''page 21 of the Public Recordsof said Court this Und day of April.A. 0,01'1.1 orer.with the f to b\'kcll\ blk 2 Woedhead J, L &: Jean 2UO
FUgler County, Florida. D. 1962. Clerk writtendefenses Lots to Wo dhead: J. I.
I (Official Sfoal) A. SMYTHE If any to the ComplaintIn WARREN PARK ESTATE SUB 2Ut
Together with all structures Clerk of said.C Court said suit on or before the 33th Lots 19 A 30 Bodlan, '
: and Improvements now and By Julia It Harvey day of May, 1163. and further TOWN OP Io.mA .John"-" ,,,_ .92
hereafter on said land and the Deputy Clerk within said period of time to serve 8tt of NEK of NE4: ,
rents Issues, and profits of the April 25 ft May 2-9-lf 4tc aid written defenses, It any up NEK of SE% of NEK, IT IS II 30 Prestige Builders Inc .. 6.02PAGE





I .ffJagereach COUPON

100 FREE

Sunday School is at 9.45: a. m. BIi MORE
Flagler Womans' Club memo
and worship hour at 11:00 a. m.
bers attended the District 6 with Rev. Atlee Stamps
Stevens pastor. AT THIS STORE. IfEN
workshop last Thursday In Daytona Training Union Is at 6:45 p. m. With $10.00 or More
at the Peninsular Womans' and evening worship at 7:45p. LOW PRICES + t PS Order
Club. Members attending were: m.
Mrs. Jasper White (newly elected Coupon void after 5-18-63
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al
President), Mrs. H. G. Heydt,
Jones and Mrs. Julia Harvey 4pnm Mrs. Clarence Shultz, Miss Emily
Gage Mrs.Charles Sindelar, Mrs. during the past weekend Included I U. S. CHOICESTEAKS COUPON
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Britting-
Myrtle Streeter, Mrs. V. W.
ham of Macon, Georgia, Mrs.
Haines, Mrs. E. P. Fleurie and 5OFREE
Hazel Berry of Augusta, Mr. and I .
Mrs. K. W. Givens.METHODIST
Mrs. R. E. Rogers of Winter
CHURCH NEWS : Garden, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rogers S&H
and of Jackson.
son Tommy
The Mens' Club met last Monday ville. Green Stamps

presiding.night with New Leonard officers Johnson were I' FULL ROUND ()\ L With $5.00 or more
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bradac
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elected and will be installed' Meat Order
have as their guests Corp. Don "D"
along with the new officers of and Mrs. ,Schleicker and child or CLUB I\ /Coupon void after :5-18-63
the Womans Society of Christian
ren, Sharon Lee and Scott Allen i
Service on the first Sunday in from Camp Lejune, N. C. Corp.I
John Baggett, Bunnell High Schleicker Is stationed with the GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF GRADE "A" ,WESTERN BEEF
Marines there and Mrs. Schleick
speaker School and Principal his talk, was on childrenwas guest I er is the granddaughter of Mrs. J. .IIICI. ( u *
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men discussed plans about 4- '
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Mr. and E. Johns had
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Guests of Rev. and Mrs. E.
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Community : Brandt from Chicago.

Memorial Church
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I enabling them to make money Besides required donations to Corresponding Secretary's reportof
M and our latest money making I our Federation we gave the Veterans I 359 pieces of mall sent last
method, a "Wearhouse" of good Home and also, to the year 51 was "Thank You" notes.
hand-me-downs that can be Bunnell Band for their recent : Once our Mortgage is clearedup
seen every Thursday afternoon. I II trip. We also sponsored a girl we want to do more for our
LOCALS in a Parade in Ormond and one County. We have been affiliated
probably have overlooked
in the Miss Bunnell High Con with the Florida Federation of
other methods but In all these
test; We had one of the most Women's Clubs since 1943 and
mentioned the Club feels the
; "interesting" Programs on Civil entertained our District Six Fall
people get their worth
Ii. AGNES YELVINGTON MRS. BANKSTON IS Defense with local and state Board meeting several years
1 HOSTESS TO U. Co D., NOW let me tell you a few NICE i
HONORED WITH A speakers and the Club was ago with 250 members attend
things ,'.. SURPRISE PARTY MEETING THURSDAYMrs. I proud to hear how far advanced ing and our Club has received
Mrs. Agnes Yelvington was Kate Bankston was hostess County for'FREE this past year. I our County Is. The above programs I "Three" honor-score awards, so
' ; honored on her birthday anniversary at the P.D. C. meeting Thursday Two of the most "Current" books were well advertised and' you see our County is advertised
i'j, last week with a s'urprise7 afternoon at the Cook home,, "To Kill a' Mocking Bird" and not the fault of the Club If the by our achievements and
':': party at her home. The 1001 E. Moody Blvd. "The Shade of Difference" were public wasn't Interested in at II have been mentioned in the
I; 1 party,was given by her husband, Mrs. Walter Knight presidedat reviewed; The Red Cross personnel tending. Our latest contributionto FFWC "Clubwoman" that Is issued
! Russell Yelvington, and her sis the business meeting when of the Daytona Beach Chap the County is our Free Lending I, five times a year.
i' f ter In law, Mrs. Clifford Lyons. they voted to contribute $7.00 to I ter came and told what Red Library. I I
Cross can do for the servicemenand The latest was the
?I, / Mr. and Mrs. Yelvington went the William Lundy fund; $10.00 Comment
i out for dinner and upon their to the microfilm fund; sent flowers their families (The Club :Our Librarian invites you to, "house numbering" project ourClub
I :'" return found a group of friends to be placed on the graveof sponsors the Home Service with come any Thursday-from 1-P'M.' < sponsored that was accepted
I and relatives at her home for General Joseph E. Johnston)I two certified members takingcare 'til 4:30 and see the many books I by' the Flagler Beach Com-
I I the surprise. i iI i in;,F Baltimore. The local chapter of the, Flagler County and magazines that have been missionand Is listed in our
, Those enjoying the affair were .: was;>named for the general. needs); We have a "Welfare so kindly and willing donated.' latest Telephone Directory for
':, 'T/:1, lair, and Mrs. V. W. Halnes' and ""Mrs. Knight named ,Mrs. C. H. fund that has helped many Recently the Boy Scouts had a the first time.
; 1 Janet; Mrs. Ruth Schatz, Cliff Cowart as Recorder of Crosses,,I' needy ones In our County; A well book drive and divided their collections > SO, I ASK YOU "What more
I t f ford Lyons, Mrs. S. L. Clifton, and Mrs. Tommy Durrance to known'doctor'of: Dentistry, along with our Club and the can the Woman's Club DO for
; with our County Dentist, spoke'on Flagler Beach School The club Flagler County?"
It' Mr; and Mrs. Julian Clifton and serve-n.Historian, filling the,vacancy
\ \\, Jimmy, Mrs. Anna Keep, Mrs., ,existing by the resignation -' thecontroverslal subject of appreciates all the many nice You tell ,us-Ther. nelp us-It
i* Rav'Svfayze' Mr. and Mrs. D. W.h of Mrs. M. B. Fuller. I-Medicare; things done for them and by the Shall be done.
I I h h Wiggins/ and family, and Mr% Delegates i named tor the Division II
i. and'Mrs.' : W. R. Bass. Convention In Pensacolawere 'I
; Winning prizes for games were Mrs. H. T. Cook and Mrs.''

a t. M r Julian Clifton, Lynda Wig. I R. W. Deen, Jr. Delegates to the I [
1!, gins, Janet Haines, Agnes ,Yelv ,General Convention in Memphis $
:, .; virigion. were Mrs. Cowart and Mrs. Dur
: ; r ri
: [1// ''Roses, and Easter lilies were ranee. j ytr" i
& use4' in 'the decorations for the The Chapter reported seven _
,, refreshment table. I graves were decorated on Southern

J .1, Memorial Day, April 26. jI
!;f Guests of Mr, and Mrs. T. K.I I Jim Cook, nephew of the hostess -'
McKnight for, an I extended visit! gave a review on the book,
:,: 'are their daughter in law and !! "Civil War and Reconstruction," I
,i; grandson, Mrs. Charles McKnight by J. G. Randall and David

I. and Ken of Boston, Mass. They Donald. i
:," will visit here while Lt. Mc. Members of the local chapterwere I
K ;' Knight Is on a mission to England Invited to a coffee Friday i
l'' , with the U. S. Navy Air. morning by the St. Augustine I
force. I: chapter. I II ,

I I :
Spencer White Is a patient 11'I\ Mr. and Mrs. F. Howell returned -
; "
,1 4 the Holly Hill Hospital for home Friday after a visit ,
ical''''treatment ,He med'i with relatives in Fort Dyers and A11'I
'<, t, heartw! ;,t attack last week, but Is Labelle. They also were sight \ __ _
I ".' t reported as Improving this week. seeing in 'the Everglades and
'i 'wt." : the scenic drive.

Those from here attending the
banquet Friday night atthe Daytona i Mrs. James Tweed left last,
Plaza were Air. and Mrs. ,, week for a visit with relativesat
C. H. Cowart, Mr. and Mrs. Otis several points In Texas. c
G Hunter, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond' Smith. The banquet was I Raymond Smith s a patient
t held at the end of the annual in, the Lake City Veterans Hospital .
State Service Officers' School, for a medical checkup.
I held there last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andersonand WOMAN'S CLUB MEANSTO

sons of Houston, Texas, are FLAGLER COUNTYBy
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Louis ( FloMl Haines)
Trad. Mrs. Anderson: is the I, a charter member of the .
former Janette Trad of Bunnell. Flagler Woman's Club, hearing
-- the wonderful report of accomp-
Roy Gordon returned to his lishments during the last year
home here Tuesday after receiving at our recent "Inspiring" Installation

medical treatment at a St. ceremony feel that our ClocMst from bottom:Jet-smooth Chevrolet Impala, Chevy II NOM 400, I
Augustine hospital. He suffereda County Citizens would be Inter Corvette Sting Ray, Corpair Monza SpyderSummer's
heart attack and will! be confined ested In hearing them too, therefore
to his home for some time. this epistle. :,(

First, let me say when hear- coming get going '
COOKOUT HONORS Ing our Club referred to as the ,
HELEN SHAMBLENMr. "Flagler Beach Woman's Club"
Joe Brock .tw. makes me cringe, as It IS countywide
and Mrs. er
talned members of their family and of the flfty-seven If this isn't a great time to get yourself a long vacation trip in a brand-new car.

at a cookout Sunday afternoonat members, seven are from the a new Chevrolet-well, we just don't And it's a smart time to trade, what

their home, "Still Grubbln," Bunnell Area and their memo know when is. Why, you'd almost have with your Chevrolet dealer all stocked

at Water Oak. bership means a lot to us. to be anti-summer not to let one of up for a busy summer. Chances are, he _
Mrs. Brock's mother, Mrs. Ru- We, having a big mortgageover
these four convertibles has just the model
heads have been noted
dye Shamblen, was guest of our
honor for the occasion which for our "hounding" for money get to you. Or any of and color you want

was In celebration of her birthday 'from our'Flagler County Citizens . Chevrolet's sedans, -be it Chevrolet,

anniversary and mothers as well aa surrounding wagons, sport coupes Chevy II, Corvair or'and
day. communities, but if you will Just
Ba -b-que chicken,with All the I come to 1524 S. Central Avenue, sport sedans, for C E'vROLET Corvette-ready to go
tfimmlns,1 including a birthday I Flagler Beach to see our beautiful that matter. right now.

cake, was served to Mr. and Mrs. I building Fm sure you won't And there are a lot i I So maybe now .
Joe ,White and children Pam, I think It was spent unwisely.The of other buy-now you're all wound up?
Amy, Jody and Mark; Joey following ways and meansof
I besides Then into
I reasons the spring
"Meador; Ronnie and Donnie making our mortgage payment
Brock, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudye I r this last year are as re- season. Like the carefree summer at your

:Shamblen. ported: Annual Birthday 'Calendar feeling you get on AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S Chevrolet dealer's.
;. (Includes all organizational
Mrs. Flossie Richardson left meeting dates free, as well as 1
:the local hospital last Thursday one corner on each page set I
and is spending some time at aside to list "Emergency" phone
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. numbers); Shrine Dinners; 4th I CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVYH, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE

Upson In Daytona Beach. of July Booth; Public Dinners; .. ,
\ Christmas Bazaar; Bake Sales;.
E. S. Morris underwent surgery Auctlns; Games Parties; Dollar .
at the Halifax Hospital in Dividend Projects; Rummage :
Daytona Beach Friday. He is reported Sales (one in Flagler Beach and HALLTUMUN CHEVROLET COMPANY

as recovering satisfactorily. one in Bunnell); ,Rental of our '
Building to other organizations TELEPHONE .ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDAr

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