Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00540
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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 23, 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: VID00540
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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L L .NewJ and Comment City CommissionIn I i Leigon Post 115 Rep. WadsworthWould

(By Eula Fuller)
Hassel About Elects Officers Change
r- Have you Improved your mailbox : '
advised this that week we are We celebrating have been Bridge Over Canal ri Monday EveningMany Homestead L"w'

I "Improve Your Mall Box Week"So A. C. Rodgers appeared before I p : persons forget that According to 'he Associated
far we have not been cele I the City Commission Monday 1 i many women also served during Press from Tallahassee a con. fi
bratlng. Not owning a rural night again requesting that one I the last three wars In which stitutional amendment called an
mall box and recently having block of Church St., from the, the United States was Involved. "Experiment to see I if the people
t been provided with a brand newt canal south to Booe St., be : Not so with other veterans. For of Florida want to relax the
post office ,box to use, provided opened with a bridge installed instance, The Flagler Post 115, Homestead Exemption" was,ap ."_, C i ,
"'. we don't forget to pay our rent over the canal. He stated his I The American Legion, Monday proved by the House of Representatives '&
I : four times a year. Guess we< reasons for making the requestwas elected Mrs. Cora Buckles, an Tuesday. The bill _

i will come under the classifies for the added police protection Air Force veteran, commanderof has been sent to the Sena, ... ,
, tion of celebrating each quarter for .the business In the the post. Incidentally, this I be voted .,
.,. by paying for the ,use of it. block and to provida: also a district's commander is also a I The bill was sponsored b.' ,
;x x x x I truck entrance to the rear of woman veteran. Flagler County Representative,
4 All I know Is what I read In' 'the store. AIRMAN TAYLOR Other officers elected were: I William Wadswortb'lind---

l- the papers and' sometimes I A letter from Mr. Rodgers, I Andrew Zalewskl, first vice com !sentatlve Russell\ Gordon n(,$art, \
i don't like what I read. One making this request was sent to REASSIGNED FOR mander; Leonard Moody, second eats ,1'1' '

, thing In particular was one In I the City Commissioners for their i FURTHER TRAININGAirman vice commander; Levi! Brannam., I If the bilI.ls I approved t by tiu 1
t Wednesday's paper about the December meeting. At that time chalplaln; Walter Morris, finance Senate and the voters of Florida
Text Tax on Homestead bill the Commissioners voted to I Elmer I. Taylor, son officer; Raymond Smith, in a referendum, the I
of Mrs. Louise F. Taylor of 204 service officer; Steve Cyzyckl, pro
I passed by the House Tuesday write a letter to the Board of al would allow two counts
bill Is by Rep Commissioners Connecticut Ave., Flagler Beach; sargeant-at-arms. 'I
The sponsored County asking\ Flagler and Sarasota, to ded e
p Billy Wadsworth and Sarasota that they Install a bridge over 1 I' Is being reassigned technical to Sheppard. Mr. Morris reported that two It they wanted to subject sonic
County Rep. Russell Jordon. According the canal at this point. The AFB Texas, for trainIng youths would go to Boys State of the property now protected
i, to the Associated Press I bridge was to be suitable for I II I as a Uunited States Air from this post and that In ad against ad valorem taxes to
, it provides for Flagler County I two-way traffic I Force communications equipment dition to paying the admission levies for school purposes. No
! and Sarasota County, after referendum 1 i Mr. Rodgers said he appearedi j repairman. fee, a small amount would be other counties would be affected.
d to Ux the first $2,000( i before the County Commissioners }I f Airman Taylor, who enlisted in given to each boy to help pay "The bill provides for a referen "
.. of valuation and $7,000 and above several weeks later asking the Air Force a short time'ago, his necessary personal expense dum by the county's property
against real estate. what action had been taken. has completed his Initial basic while In Tallahassee. holders, the county school boards "
Seems to me that someone The County Board said they had military ,training at Lackland Cora Buckles and A. M. Mc. could tax the first $2,000 and
wants the small home owners not received the letter from the AFB. Daniel reported on the ConsU.1 I I $7,000 and above.According .
to help pay their fire Insurance, City Commission Another copy The airman, a 1960 graduateof tulonal Conference held recently :
l to the Associated
and also to help out on their of the letter was forwarded to Bunnell High School and at Post 88 in South Jacksonville. \
, other tax bills. I think the ones the County Board in April but Daytona Beach Junior College. Also announced that the state I I Press Representative that :the people Wadsworthsaid of his
f who would suffer the most from no action was taken by themin convention will be held June j
county appeared ready to give
this bill would be the ones who the matter. I 6 through 8 In Clearwater.It I I
up some of the absolute protection
have paid taxes and had to buy After a lengthy discussion by METHODIST MARK was voted to hold the Installation against taxation of the first. : I
oil textbooks and school supplies' the commissioners and Mr. Rodgers I SPECIAL.SERVICE of newly elected of. $,5000 worth of homesetad prop. I
when they were sending their I the board voted 3 to 1. to ficers here at the convenienceof erty. .. ," ,
children to school. write a letter to the County Commission -, Friday, May 24 at 8 P. M., a the district commander, although .
" X X* X X 'asking th ntfpt th t IL special Aldersgata: Service will Bert Hodges Post of 4
' :' .w aA..a.., .. -de teionr I :.rjBMhe.rmatter: ..jpfr ,; be' fieldiharFirst s l4ethodistChurch the Lt'gtmri a1atkriratt.. 1 ;' .,...l'I
.1:. rain early'Tuesday,evening and ": After discussion, the hoard; of Bunnell. It is In i* keep.ing voted 'this post to a joint Nursing "Council"Changes i
at press time (Wednesday night) voted to allow! any civic Club with the 225th anniversaryof Ja tfon.
we are being threatened with a or Church In the County to hold I John Wesley's "heart.warmIng The members agreed to haveas I Place '*"
\ real shower it thunder and not more than two rummage experIence." guests ,at the October meet. :
lightning Is any warning. We sales during a year. The clubs John Wesley, founder of the ing the two boys who, attend Of MeetingsThe
a :Quid use several real hard rains. must make a Written request Methodist Church, was a priestin Boys State, and to award two
J Our pitiful lawn sure would ap for the sale at least 30 days I the Angelican Church of Eng citizenship medals to a boy and I Flagler Community NursIng
It.Opportunity. Council met Thursday morn-
predate before the sale date. Also all of of
land. In search personal assurance girl' the eighth grade of Bun.
in the Commissioners
Ing Roomof
F rummage sales must be held on in his religious faith, nell school. .
j the Courthouse. Due to a conflicting
To City property. he went to a meeting of a religious .
date for the commissioners
V Rube FrasIer of the Lindsay. society which met on Al- IDLEWOOD CLUB
Win Friends and Frasier Water Conditioning Co., dersgate Street, London, May 24, I room the group voted to
HOLDS ANNUAL meet in the Methodist Churchat
t presented a water treatment
1738.While I i iMOTHER'S 9:30: each third Thursday.
, Influence PeopleThe l system. The process known as Martin Luther's preface TEA f After ,a discussion on the com
the Karlson Automatic "F 34" to the Epistle to the Roman'swas
Bunnell Lions Club Is water conditioning. He will give being read Wesley had a The Idlewood Club held their I munlty loan closet, it was voted
inviting (those: interested to at. a demonstration to the board wonderful experIence. He wrote: annual Mother's Tea Sunday I to contact the local Cancer Unitto
tend a free demonstration-explanation and they will consider ,the mat. "About a quarter before nine, afternoon at the 'home of Mr. see If they would be Interested
meeting of the Dale Car. ter for the next budgetAt while he was describing the and Mrs. George Moody, Jr., In a,. joint participation Ina
' negie Course. The meeting will the request of the Board, change which God works in the Venice Park, from three to five. I community loan closet. ,Mrs.
I, be held at the Bunnell Community Leslie Pache appeared to give heart through faith in Christ, I Guests Included members of the [mogene, Strickland was named
; Center Thursday, May a report on the progress of the felt my heart strangely warmed club and their invited guests. chairman ota, committee to con
. 23 tonight), The time is 7:57. recreational Each member tact the, Cancer Committee in
program. I[ felt I did trust in Christ, Christ presented her I
. The demonstration will deal City Clerk Nancy Chambersand alone, for salvation; and an assurance guests with' red carnation cor. the county.
with what the Dale Carnegie Police Chief Wilfred Hunter was given me that lie sage. Forty-five called during Mrs. Sadie Reading State
training Is, the purpose, and made their requests for vacations had taken away my sins, even the afternoon.The Board of Health Director of
I and what it will do for you. in July. The requests were mine, and had saved me from tea table was overlaid I Cursing Consultant, visited the,
Members of the Club art in* granted. the: law of sin and death." with a white linen cutwork cloth meeting and gave many .help r 1
j J.' viting the public to attend this! The Commissioners recently Methodist Churches through. and centered with an arrangement tul suggestions for the organllation. -

t. meeting. They also stated all Reported meeting with the Housing I out Florida and the world will of red and white glads ,.'"

t adults attending will receive a Authority of Flagler Countyat be observing this cpedftl service. in sliver holder. Three branched I .. .
',' free copy of "How .to Win Which time the Authority, The theme for It is, "Lord, Do silver candelabra with white I t ,
I. Friends and Influence People." turned over to the dty $878.40 It Again. Anyone who wishes candles flanked the arrange Sister Of ,. \
in lieu of taxes on the property. Is invited to attend this service, meat, Silver trays held dainty
t Baccalaureate The Commissioners voted to Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., pastor of finger food, mints and nuts. Leroy Irvin
extend the water mains approxl- the church said. Mrs. Lee Blakely presided at
'Sefvice Sunday at mately three blocks so the fire'I Regular services In the churchare the tea service and Mrs. Curtis Died Thursday :
protection could be Improved in Sunday school 10 A.M., Deen presided at the coffee I
Methodist Church the Authority Area. They also morning worship 11 A. Mo, and service. Leroy Irvin was called to I
voted to place several culvertsIn Methodist Youth Fellowship at Mrs. Moody was assisted in Lockhaven, Pa., last week by ,
Baccalaureate Service for the the driveway area In that 6 P.M.NANCY. serving by Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, the illness of his sister, Mrs.
I Bunnell High School will be section. Mrs. Myrna Knight, Mrs. II. C. Mary Erdley who passed awaY
this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock BRANNAMON King, and Mrs. Leonard Moody. on Thursday. Funeral serviced
In the First Methodist Church CHURCH SERVICE CANCELEDThe DEANS LIST and interment was held thereon
I j of Bunnell. First Baptist Church of Nancy Brannam has been no BIGGEST CLIPPER Saturday afternoon.She .
, Rev. William L. Spicer, Jr., pas. Flagler Beach Sunday evening titled that she made the Dean's The largest clipper ever built, Is survived by her husband .
tor of the host Church, will give will be dismissed so that memo List for the spring trimester at Donald McKay's 335-foot CroatRepublic Marvin; two daughters*
the Invocation, read the scriptures ben of the congregation may attend at the University of Florida. burned at her New her father; five brothers and five
and pronounce the bene the Baccalaureate Service I Miss Brannam is also attendingthe York berth In 1853 before her sisters.
diction. Rev Thomas Pinner, In Bunnell, Rev. Atlee Stevens summer trimester session In maiden voyage, the National In addition to Mr. Irvin of
pastor of the First Baptist said today. Gainesville.She Geographic Society recalls in its Bunnell, two brothers, Kenneth
Church of Bunnell, will deliver is the daughter of Mr. and, book Man, SbJps end the 80. and Dick Irvin. and one sister,
the sermon. Flags of four governments Mrs. L. L Brannam of Bunnell.I Rebuilt just as demand for San Mildred Burrell reside In Hast.
There are twenty-six members those of Spain'Mexico, the Con- Miss Brannam is majoring in Francisco passage was easing, ings. Another sister who is a
of the graduating, class. .this federacy, and the United States Education And specializing in I the great cllper was never a former resident of Bunnell is
year. ,:I -have flown over Tucson Ariz. teaching exceptional children. financial success. |I Mrs. Sally Mazza of Vero Beach.l' .

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quite interesting The pitchingof boys will be hi the thtck of the tal), foot-long carnivore prey.
Joe Kelly has shown big improvement I fight as they will gain expertience ed on herbivorous reptiles of
North America some 80 million
and after manager i every week.
Whitaker gets his team balanced The pitching of Tom Pinner years ago The monsters were
out the Merchants will be hard is good and will get better every equipped with six.inch-lcng serrated -
to beat I'I'I We will see some good teeth.

I games in the next few weeks. -- --
'I'J Seville, 1962 city champs, whoI

I.NAI7"fEJ5", ,,, "I" . .. 'I i I seemed to.start slow have shown j FIERCEST OF DINOSAURS I
. lot of Ronnie ? it lFlnpltr OlrtbunrIII"NKLI
I I a Improvement. Largest and fiercest of all
METHODIST CHURCH send, Connie Durrance; three Wells and Julius Smith show flesh-eating dinosaurs was Tyrannosaurus -I
WINS FIST GAME I baggers: Sharon Townsend, Vic, I lots of power with their long i rex. The 20.footO. FLORIDAI
ky Moore. Umpire Nipper; scorer ball. They have a lot of speed ,
The First Methodist Church t I Joe White. : and if Coen.Hires will pitch once I I ... .. .,..,'..a..a.........of.-.-:. .__ at I 1f tM. B. FULLER Editor
team,,won its first game of the j Innings I 2 3 4 5 6 7 R a week they will be hard td !t F. ALFORD I
season,.,defeating Bunnell Res. beat l! I DnUnated Official Publication
Seville ,3 0 0 1 1 1 0 6 : Registered
taurant, 2010. Ida Allen had 11! Bunnell Motor Co. with i '! for: Poblle N_tlee of Flagler
W. L.C. 0 0 0 1 0 3. 0 4 a
fourthits| for the team. Joyce Two base hits: L. Jones. D. balanced team except in the I I i i ji Real Estate Broker ('.a..,., Munlrlf>*lliileii therelft

Gresham and Marsha Durrance I Metts; 3-baggets, T. Pinner, D. pitching department where they ,, '! Bunnell Florida [ ..d the Stale .f Florida "
had two hits each. Wells could use a good relief pitcher. i,
I iHilsenbeck; home run, .vv V
For the Restaurant, Delores R. Yelvington, M. Smith. Big Sammy Bertha has shown a j:, ----_- ..-.-.., __.,. Entered as second data matter
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Deen vicky Moore, Sharon I Umpire, D. Mercer; scorer B. lot of speed and good control. I February 6. 191J. at the poatofflco
-' Townsend each had two hits. Moody. Sammy will give a lot of batters I PETERSON TEXACO at Bunnell Florida under act of
l- In. the second game, Seville's a headache. Jack Hardin, ,: SERVICE : March I. 1876
big bats boomed out .three CITY I SOFTBALL LEAGUE Wadsworth Lbr. Co., looks very'' I ROAD SERVICE I

homers with Ronnie Wells get. j I IJN A THREE WAY TIE' good with some of the first year Light Mechanical Work One year ......................_$2(0
\ ting the fourth of the season. I j' players who show a lot of prom Phone 437.3441 Bunnell 1A 1- Six month ............-...... $1.25
. .' Tom Pinner had two hits. For I, W L per ise for the future. The Lbr. Co. __" 4.1 I --
.. Seville, Russell Yelvington had''( Wads Lumber Co. 3 2 600
u' ,3 for 3. The wjn for Seville gave i iI I i I Bunnell Merchants 3 2 600
,them three wins and two losses Seville 3 2 600
\ to tie Wadsworth for first place I I I I Bunnell Motor Ca 1 *4 200

\ Innings I 2 3 4 5 8 7 HI' .Ponytail League Standing:
\\\Rest 3020014 10 1 1.M.C.O [I . W L per
JF. 18461 x SO"I I[Citizens'" Bank 3 0 1000 '

Two base hits: Sharon Town ("Methodist Church 1 1 500 ft ftQ) O
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i'Bunnell I V. F. W. Aux.Restaurant 0 1 3 1 500 000 O

HASTINGS MATTRESS Ida Allen is the leading, hitter :' ,
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS In the Ponytail League.Ab .
710-12 Lemon St. H pet
Palatka, Florida I. Allen 7 5 712
.illn @] fi
Phone EA 5-9166 S. Bradley 13 9 691 @1
Furniture, Upholstering J. Dunson 14 9 642 Y'l
Repaired & Refinished V. Moore 6 4 666
Hundreds of Patterns to
Allen 3'
E. ,: 6 500
ChooM from.
B. Bourne ', 5 3 600
Mattresses & Box Springs I
Made to Order Also Renovated 6. Cummins 6 3 500
PRICES REASONABLE :M. 'Durrance 6 3 500 'l O
Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office BEHIND THE BACKSTOP
Drop Us A Card or Call WITH FUZZY .
Free Pick-up & Delivery Well it looks like the City
Softball League is going to be

NOTICECity , jlliI lWll@1nl_ 1 Y. a 1'

$ =
of Bunnell dog licenses will be due June 1, nfi199O

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

License fees are as follows:
I- -7

Male and spayed female$1.00

Female $2.00

A rabies innoculation certificate signed by a

veterinarian must be presented before license ORTIIO tells how to get the insects other sprays miss.

will be issued.Arrangements. With the contact and systemic action of Phosphamidon.

have been made to have a veteri-
narian at the Civic Center Monday, May 27, 1963, They had a million places potato insects, '
between the hours of 8:30 a..'m. and 10:30 p. m. to hide under leaves, in the '
crevices of vines anyplace ex-
Phosphamidon is absorbed so
CITY OF: BUNNELLMrs. cept where you could hit 'em
Nancy Rodgers, City Clerk with an ordinary spray. quickly that you're not:going to
May 16-23-2to. lose any time in the fields. Your

"- *.3b J Phosphamidon changed workers can be back on the job

= all that. It's one spray that moves just a. few hours after spraying.
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'I I right. ,in for the kill .Fast, thor- '
.1 FOR ough;contact kill is 'a* starter.
there are two good to
:: But then ways get
it's absorbed into theplant's
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF rid of stubborn potato pests.And
system, and finds its way
CANCER Phosphamidon is both of 'em.
to places insects hide, safe from

AND OTHER, DREAD DISEASES most other sprays. So you get

H T. COOK AGENCY 'em where they live, by "remote Pfwsphamidon 4
Spray is a com
Phone' ID 7.3361, Bunnell Floridawmwww control: :'And you get 'em good.
bination contact
<* h The kill includes almost and systemic

all the worst.potato pests. Foxinsecticide.. 1ft a
R N 0
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT glove aphids, potato aphids, water dispersible

buckhorn aphids, green peach liquid, told .

I AMBULANCE aphids, leaf hoppers and corn in one-gallon

PHONE VAlley 4.1625 borers. In fact Phosphamidon glass jugs.f. .
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Residents Of Lgfst time by the I960 census "Gales in out of state new Monroe, Martin Collier, Osceola, I'tor"--a huge spider ."
I[count" the report pointed out. I residents took place in 45 of the i Marion, Santa Rosa, Highlands I chine which spouts fire throw
I "Floridians born in southern state's 67 counties from 1950 to Alachua, Putnam, Hernando, metallic lines into tow-lying
Florida Hail From I( I
I states totaled 1,275,735 and those 1960 .The five leaders with in- Citrus, Oktechobee, St Johns, I i weeds without damaging soil or
I from other states 1,442,230. Native i I creases from 3SO 000 to 100,000 I DeSoto, Nassau, Hardee, Hendry! !II 12J1; :
Many StatesFlorida i Floridians numbered 1,783I were, in @er7"15i has 039. These figures Include only I,''Pinellas.I Orange and Hills I 'These gains refer only to new I \
attracting those persons living in Floridaat I|i borough. The 100,000 to 50,000 residents from outside of Flor I MARS ATMOSPHERE
an increasing proportion of new :;!,
residents frqm states outside of i the time of the 1960 census, 1 I 1 gainers were Palm Beach, Duval, I I ida. Details on states of origin Mars' atmosphere contain,t'
April of that year, and are net I I and Brevard In the 50,000 to of these new people are not yet :
the South the
Ip recent years about two billion tons,of water
of any persons who moved out I 25,000 range were Polk, Sarasota, ,;:available on a county basis."
Florida State Chamber of Commerce two Russian scientists have ell$
of Florida prior to that time. I I Volusla, Manatee and Lee.
says |In its Weekly Business tlmated This amount to merelya
Review.. 'The southern states total (excluding I "The 25,000 to 10,000 group NEWEST :WEED KILLER drop In the bucket compared '
"Florida residents born in the Florida) dropped from,were Escambia, Seminole, Oka- || The newest thing In weed I to the water on earth. -nw K
northeastern north cjpnjral and: 56 per cent in 1950 to 47 per cent loosa, Lake, Pasco, St. Lucie, |killers is an old weapon-fire. ]I earth's atmosphere receives front ,%';
western states outnumbered in 1960 while'' the other-states Leon, Indian River and 'Bay. I I i An: agricultural research center sea evaporation alone an est!,. 4'
those born in southern states accounted for 44 per. cent and 53 Gains of less than 10,000 down 'at Plalnview, Texas, is experimenting I mated 88 million billion ra1Jo *s' a .a
(not including Florida) for the per cent respecth ty. to 400 took place in Charlotte, with a "flame cultiva. a year. f
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business and financial stories-hints on home reFOR YOUNGSTERS there's a wealth of information -
pairs, ,etc.! on current events-school news cartoons I
:; FOR MOM there are reports of local social activities ,: :Where else can you find so much entertainment, and
-club news-ideas on food, homemaking and J education! for.such! ; asmallprice-to please every
child care-and, of course, there are dozens of member of'the family I I'Phone

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When she told Henry that shoe -.
I ( k! CONSERVATION I I would marry him, he tried theft

to get a divorce from his wife. .
BT I This he found would .take a longtime SHELTON'S GROCERY S

NEWS Tilman W. Rotinson I so he brought Anne to the:
.I castle to live. :
), CONSERVATION TOUR I After seven long years, he finally .3 "Your Friendly Co-op Store"
FOR STUDENTS got a divorce from his wife,I

.. On Thursday of the past \teek but by this time, he was tiring I SOUTH RAILROAD STREET ".
SCS Work Unit ConservationistT. of Anne. They got married, but t .
W. Robinson conducted Jack because she failed to produce ...,
Hardin and 60 seventh grade him an heir, he had her be-,
students on a conservation tour. headed. I QUANTITY RIGHTS COMPARE AND YOU'LL AGREE... :
The tour began on the W. H. By Library Assistant I po-
McBride Ranch where the group Sue Cobb Byrum. RESERVED

saw a 300-acre water control -.-- -- .,

system on Improved pasture of I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune *
white clover and grass was seen
.... and also an observation of the I $2.50 A Year Jn Advance II,I
soil it was Browning on. I I
Other stops Included: Alfred CLASSIFIED'TADS I' / :
I. Tucker farm, land leveling and
potato harvesting operations;
W. W, Deen farm, potato harI I MAY 23-24-25, 196. Sheltons i + "

vesting; R. W. Deen, Jr., farm, Irrigation -

system and on crop I LI.tl.s. ..dar thU h..4lB. ares I
land Don Moore, cucumber harvesting _.t. per word each iMeHloB,
; TS rent !. _t.I.... chare*.
and Mike Steflik farm, .
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potato grading and packaging. SALE-Equity In three bedroom .
Contest furnished home of mason
According ,to R. W. Deen, Jr., ry construction. Reason for sell. WILSON CERTIFIED t *
chairman of the Flagler Soil ing is owner leaving (town. For "The Beat in Hams" t

Conservation District he has complete information phone SMOKED '

mailed porting the material score sheet to the and Judgesin sup. I I I I HELP 4373284.WANTED-White'woman 5-23-ltc,I pS H A M S SHANK HALF 39cH' : ;

the Goodyear Tire & RubberCo.'s 'I I neat apperance for Snack Bar POUND-.
Annual District's Award '
at Stuckey's at Korona.: 5.23-1tc:: BUTT HALF, Lb.
; j jI
Program Contest Last year the I 491 Lb. 45e
r local district placed second In I I Would you like to buy a $9,500
1S the contest In Florida. house for only $5,860 .with $990
. .
I I down in Flagler Beach. See S.K. ,", '

y THE BOOK NOOKMYTERY Meigs. 5.23-1tp ,, ,
I I A WATKINS ROUTE in this area ,
I ..
Is open for semi-retired man, or .
By Annette Turngien I lady. Many sr'mi-retired peopleearn U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED :
After Wendy Deland had re
$50.00 to $100.00 per week SHORTENINGVEGETOLE "
fused a scholarship to North., CHUCK STEAKS '49
depending on time devoted to *,
western just to be able to live
Route. Also have 1 full time
.at home and go College, most of her friends ify. For personal interview In BEEF "".
thought she was just a baby. 3 ForT9
your area, write J. H. McGarity,
She, of course, had good enough
reason for wanting to go to I Box 627, Wllllston, Florida. 3ge U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED

Endicott. All her family had attended i May 16-3tc Limit 1 With $5.00 or More FAMILY STEAK Lb. ,
that school. However, I 4 Unit Apartment house at .Food Order
she was still the victim o! ridi Flagler Beach, lot 150x150. C.
cule by her fellow classmates.,I I Leslie GInn, Palatka, phone
a'aia One "of the main ones who 325-3534 May 9-6tp; I II GIANT SIZE' 3 'I00
argued with Wendy over this I
was Martin, her best boyfriend.He FOR RENT-furnished,. cobtage &" CIRCUS
i bedroom, $40.00 month.
thought that after gradu Phone ID 73304. per 5-9 if TIDE 58 WIENERS
ation everyone of them should 3 BL.bi: 'I00

each go their own way and FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex ORGIANT
make new friends and learn apartment, screen porch. SIZE
new things. I Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf SHORT RIBS "" 39
Well, she went to Endicott ENEMY IETERGENT *
anyway and paid no heed to FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment .
what Martin had said. Everything $40.00 per month. Call
went along quite smooth. Harris Appliance ID 73367. GIANT

ly though until the mystery girl March 14-tf Ix 48
came Into view. This really
SEPTIC TANK: CLEANING at Fresh-Danny Johnston's Home Grown
set the cart. could Limit
apple Wendy 1 With 550or More
reasonable prices. Call GeorgeJarosz "
not keep her mind on anythingbut .. ID 73410. Food Order BLACKBERRIES '' 35*
finding out all she could
1.24-7-23 p. Pints For
about her name, and where she 3 $
came,from and things like that. WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) 'cus FOOD KING ,
If you like mysteries and wantto tomers Call Harris Appliance & FANCY !
find out about this mystery I Gas. ID 7-3367,.Bunnell, Florida. OLEO Quarters lOe For
girl, too, then read this book. Aug 30-tfcJOHNSTON'S 1 Lb. CUCUMBERS 6 Z'e

You will really enjoy It. .-.. Limit Two With $5.00 or More
Library Assistant, FRESH CROOK NECK

Gloria Harding. I Food Order u>.

Name of Book: Ann Boleyn LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
Type of Book: Biography WATER FRONT, FARMS, Delmonte 303 Can

Author Evelyn Anthony I. ACREAGESee ElyGararddenPEAS For I I
us for real estate need
This is a story of a young girl your -
who was destined to be Queen' Office Phone lIE 9-2242
of England. I Residence Phones m 7-3691 Cream Style 303 Can .

While at court, she was seen ..... or ID 7.3517 CORN 4 For 69C New Snow Crop 6 Oz. Orange
by the king, Henry VIII, who For. r
quickly fell In love with her. Phil 3 Oz. Cream SAMOA Z 37cCHEESE
He wanted her to marry him l' For Made from Oranges! and Tropical
".' if he,could get a divorce from Automotive Specialty' Center JIlf .25* Juices ., ,,;
his wife. At first, Anne refused, PARTS AMI LABOHPORDCHRVnOLETPIrMOVTII]
Dart 12 Oz. CannedDRINKS
but as time went on, she realized OTIIRHH fltJM Winter Garden 10 Oz.
what a good match it would be, 540 Mason Ave. Daytona Each 7C STRAWFor
and how It could benefit her. BERRIES J* 43e
-I I Duncan Hines 19 Oz.YellowWhiteDevil.

I Energy
Wrecker Service I t3e

4\\ Flagler' Truck & Tractor Co. 100 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP


j Grove Industrial Equipment With Purchase of With Purchase of I With purchase of $!.00-

f It VIRGIL. DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 $2.00 Worth of Dental or 3 Lb. or More or More Food
Cosmetic Supplies
..' Owner Bunnell, Florida Chuck Roast Order

f 1_ Coupon void after 5-25-63. Coupon. void' after, .5-25-63, ..-- .- .Coupon void after 5-25-63 '

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SAVINGS STAMPS The First grade of the Flag. _
The Flagler Beach Elementary ler Beach Elementary School rPRICES
School, Which has an enrollment, presented a two-act play last RIGHTS
of 137 students, has had an ex Tuesday entitled: "The Ginger. GOOD QUANTITY
ceptionally successful year in bread Family." THURS., FRI., SAT., .MAY 2324.25, 63 RESERVED
the buying of Savings Stamps, The play was directed by their
according to W. E. Fennell, Jr., teacher, Mrs. Dale Brown, and I FLORIDA GRADE "A" DRESSED AND DRAWN
principal. A U.S. Post Office was enjoyed by the other five
employee visits the school every grades and many parents. The WHOLE
Monday to sell the students youngsters did a wonderful job j FRYERS Lb 29
their stamps.'r of acting the parts of a baker,
t Last year they were so faithful a waitress, gingerbread children ONLYCOPELAND'S
t in buying each week (that and raggedy children and concluded I ,

\ they won a ,nearby newspaper'sLiberty ,with a song by the class. !I TENDER SMOKED WILSON'S CERTIFIED
Bell Award. This year, The cast of characters includ
..... the students purchased a total 'ed: Franz (the baker, Speedy
'of $1,123.05'from September 1, I Wendlandt; Peggy (the waitress PICNICS lb35< Franks o.al. 1 49*
1962, to May' 2O, 1963. ), Angle Uttlefield; Raggedy '
Numerous students use this Boy, Dale Johnson; RaggedyGirl
means to purchase at least one Beth Lenssen.
bond a year which Mr. Fennell Ginger-Bread Boys :
to teaching Mike Mygrant (as Wunny);
believes contributes
children to. be 'thrifty, as wellas Randall Brown (as Lefty); Terry ur *
LIVER 85: 49 BACON 2 89
patriotic: \" ''\ Wilder Stryker(as Wryneck(as Stumpy); and); Craig other !

GARDEN CLUB NEWS; I Ginger Bread children: Pam
',. In saluting the fifteenth'birth- Thomas, Billy Kent, Rhonda MAXWELL HOUSE SHORTENING HENDERSON'S
day of the Garden Cuib7 nstal- Terrell, Jackie Robinson, Marty
lation of officers of the,club was Green, Peggy Wilson, Adamelvinii
held Tuesday, May 14 Vat the ri; Donna Kaufman:Ed. COFFEE CRISCO SUGAR.
Woman's Club building. The die Tabor, Britt Sheeler, Peggy
Duncan, Mike
club room was beautifully dec Reynolds Nancy
orated with ,the'color scheme of Abbott.and Cherrl Hanna. LI. : 3 LI. 5 LL
delicious Curtain pullers were Jerry 59 39
the Garden Club A ,
and Groover, and
luncheon was served by members Haney Ricky CAN CAN lAG

I Mrs.of Margaret the Woman's Cook Club.of Bun Nancy nouncer.Duncan The play was took the place an.J Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With .$10.00 Limit One With $5.00

of the In a bakery kitchen. More Food Order Order Food Order
nell, a past president
club, was installing officer. I
Those installed were President, FOCUS WEEK 2% Shurfine 2i/a FOOD KING
Mrs. Leola Jones; Vice President, Last week was Focus Week For $
PEACHES JTOO29e For $ 00
Mrs. Marie Brede; Second Vice for the Girls Auxiliary of the ; 4 PEARS 3 I
President, Mrs. Irma Meechey; First Baptist Church. During
i Treasurer, Mrs. Jewell Duensing; this week the girls were en. Bowman's AppleSAUCE -
I Recording Secretary, Mrs. Ruth gaded in various activities FRESH CLEANSWEET
\ Brandt; corresponding Secretary, .which .included: 2 Cans
Mrs. Sarah Martel. Mother-daughter get-together;
The beautiful presentation of programs at the
corsages pre. 303 Delmonte Garden

sented made by to Mrs.the new Sue SpIvey.officers were ,'sodational Sunday evening meeting service in Hollister; an as-; I PEAS 5 f, ;.$,100 CORN Each 5

Out of town guests attending community missions project;
and a weiner roast at the b'ach. I
were Mrs. Margaret Cook, Bunt, 303 Green Giant Golden '
At the close of the weiner
nell Mrs. Kolhass, Ormond'Beach
; For
roast Mrs. G. Hoose Whole FIRM RED RIPE
Roger CORN
; Mrs. Alice Johnston, KernelKraft 4 690
brought a devotional "Accept.
Bunnell; Mrs. Ethel Hancock,
'Jacksonville; Mrs. Merle Nettles, ing the Challenge of the Great Tomatoes *
Orlando, and Mrs. T. W. Taylor Commission in her life." At the Tasty Loaf Cheese L: 29

of Daytona Beach. I Sunday evening service four SPREAD Loaf S.
I Mrs. Sarah Martel, outgoing girls were recognized for their Z i Sge YELLOW
president, was presented several special G.A. study. They were:
beautiful in Janet Haines and Julie Brown Sealtest Fro-Joy
potted plants recog-
notion, of her services to the who were presented with a SQUASH ID8<
Garden Club.Visiting "Maiden" emblem. Eleanor Shill ICE MILK Carton 39c
and Vicki Moore were presentedwith

this week with Mr. a "Lady in Waiting" em. .*tfffttMPtftftffMNVffftftttffftfJlWmFREE

and their' Mrs.new home Clyde in Duenslng Palm Vista at, blem.Other girls participating in 100s & H Green Stamps

I were Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Nye the week's activities were: Kay ITS HERS! WITH YOUR $10.00 FOOD ORDER
of Fort Pierce, and Mrs. Jason Weaver, Christy Gollne, Brenda AND THIS COUPON '
Hancock and Aaron Marie Fleurle Betty Dun-
daughter Christy,
of Klngiston, N. Y. I son. Juniors were: Delores Brock, Coupon Void After May 25, 1963vwuwvjwfffffffttfttftmjwffjjvtffm
\ti Joyce Robinson, Carol Kirkpatrick ITS FRE! **,*
1 Doris Bums, Barbara Bross
S & H Green
ter.: Fay HutchInson' and Vickie Per i WITHSo Stamps
,rUt: j $5.00 MEAT ORDER
end'with her mother and father,
t Mr. and Mrs. L. S. McCranle In
Orlando. Returning ,with them ,,; OtSE Coupon Void After May 25, 1963
for a visit was Mrs. Brandt's I ".+ -mwA
I sister children, Mrs., Peggy Merle, Michelle Nettles, and and Flagler Beach! Elementary : \ FREE 25 S & H Green StampsWITH
School will hold its sixth grade
Tony. ,graduation and awards night PURCHASE OF 2 DOZ. EGGS-
next Thursday, May 30, at 8 o' \A o ANY SIZE, AND THIS COUPON
clock in the school cafetorium. Coupon Void After May .25, 1963
Mrs.Roger Hoose, Mrs. E. Lester I The annual affair is sponsoredby '..of....of..r.f.r....r!........r.r!................... 1 .
Stanton and Mrs. Harry I
the Flagler Beach PTA, according '
Treadwell attended the Woman's I to W. E. Fennel, Jr., \ FREE 25 ? & H Green Stamps .
Society of Christian Service
\yorshop in Palatka last Thurs. I principal. With Purchase of $2.00 or More of Dry Goods From tOur
day. I i There will be about 26 sixth Soft Good Counter and this Coupon '

t Church school is each Sunday graders to graduate that night Coupon Void After May 25, 1963
with awards presented by Mr. COME IN! ......... ...
at 9:45 and worship hour Is at Y\,Kti'LW Y.tiWr.Y.tiWM'ti1.' 'V L .. .. ..,
11 A.M. with Rev. Reynold N. I Fennell to all many six other children of the FREE S & H Green
hoover| minister. Loyalty Sunday Flagler through Beach PTA grades.cordially The Invites Get your copy 25 StampsWITH .
will be June 2, at which : PURCHASE OF ONE WATERMELLON
the friends of all the chil
time the new officers for theMen's AND THIS COUPON
I i I dren to attend.COMMUNITY 4c
Club and the WSCS will !( Void After
Coupon May 25, 1963 t

be installed I ...,r......... .....................'\/rl'o..v...........................v.

>Sundayxschool at 9:45 A.M)' CHURCH NEWS ..
and morning worship at 11 A.M. Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. PURCHASE OF ONE LYSOL SPRAY DISINFECTANT t
with Rev. Atlee Stevens min. with classes for all ages. At the CATALOG! 99c EACH AND THIS COUPON

ister. Training Union is at 6:45 11 A.M. worship hour Rev. R. W. Coupon Void After May 25, 1963vwuwwwvyvwwww 1,
ti P.M. and evening worship is at Dickert will speak on "Three Dimensions ,I ..........of........N./'.."'..........vPAGE
7:45 P.M. of Divine Forgiveness." j





CELEBRATES i i LADY RODGERS I Campbell Family Four; Generations-

In celebration of Lady's ninth .I : -iiii--T7-
birthday anniversary Mrs. Curtis II II I
L OCAILS Rodgers entertained a few playmates I
with a visit to the moviesin
Daytona Beach, visit tothe I
Boardwalk, and the Krystal,
HOLUSTER MEETING After returning to the Rodgers
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS The Girls Auxiliary membersof
home here they had birthday
The BPW Club held Its annual the First Baptist Church of cake and ice cream.Lady's :\I
banquet and Installation Bunnell I
attending the Associational :
at the Bunnell Community guests were Nancy
ceremony Meeting in Hollister
Center Creal, Lila Allen, and Debby I II I
Church last
Thursday eve- week were Carol I
ning. This marked the first yearas Ford, Lynda Weaver, and Marie I I Johnston. 'i{!
a chartered club. Present were, Hugas. I ,
club members and their invited They were accompanied by I Thomas Diamond left Wednesday 1 I
guests\ Mrs. Ella Mae Cauley, local director I for a visit in Detroit with
The 'invocation was given by and Mrs. Clarice Taylor, 'I his son in law and daughter, ,i
Ray Mercer and the pledge of counselor. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer, I II A.a
allegiance was led by Retiring | and his young grandson, Jeffery M
President Gwen McGiff. The (I Harris Kramer. He will visit L.y
with other relatives while there.I
welcome was given by Frances
Mrs. Ellen Lee left Friday fora
Edmonson and Mrs. McGriff In. visit In St. Auugustine with f

troduced the guests. her sister, Miss Senna Goodwin, E. S. Harris, who underwent I
Mrs. Shirley Chambers intro and Mrs., Ibbie Drummond. She surgery at the Halifax Hospital l ? g f
duced the guest speaker, Miss was there '
accompanied by Mrs. in Daytona Beach, has returned
Della Rosenburg of Starke. She Fred Geller and Mrs.
LeRoy to his home here to convalesce. ,
Is a teacher there and is also Irvin who spent the afternoon \ ,
the recording of the, I
secretary I visiting there. Mrs. Andrew Zalewski returned .
State BPW.
Tuesday from a four-day
Mrs. Lois Walker, now serving: :
sightseeing trip to New Orleans.
as the District Director for the ROYAL NEIGHBORS I While ,there she Visited the I
Clubs installed the I
newly elected
MEET MONDAY NIGHT 'I French Quarter and many other
officers of the local club.
Mrs'j"The Royal Neighbors will : points of Jntel'fSt.I '
Walker .was president o( the. meet at sbe'o'slock Monday eveS I I ; Shown above are four generations of the Campbell family.
mond Beach cub vleritit sponsored nlng at the'Bunnell Civic Cen The rare book, collection Ini Standing on the right Is Mrs. John Campbell of Dunnell
the organization of the local ter for a dinner meeting. A turkey the University of Florida libraries I with her daughter, Mrs. 'Betty Brock of Orlando.. SeatedIs

club. ,r r. '" dinner will served to those contains books printed as Mrs. J. H. Shoemaker of Plymouth, Florida, who Is holdIng ,
Committee announcement were present early .as the 15th century. | her areat-grand- *inhtpr. KAren Rrnck .
made by the Incoming president I
Mrs. Leona Eisenbach. "
I "
.., .
S easy steps to a road maps, with a route planned to avoid detours
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McGriff '
and take In as many point of interest possible
had as their guests during the ,?.Then after a family get-together to set
past weekend his parents, Mr. carefree vacationthe
final vacation plans, and a pre-vacation car
and Mrs. Clifford McGriff Sr.
at your Standard station you're ready for a
of Gainesville.Mr. .
STANDARD wayHappy trouble-free trip.

and Mrs. Jimmy Kelley While traveling, too, you'll be right on course
spent the past weekend In At. vacation trips begin with the postcard you if you make your stops at the Standard Oil sign,

lanta, Ga., with friends and / send to Standard Oil Touring Service for a free where we take better care of your car.

relatives.' Mr. Kelley's parents trip-routing.Within a few days you receive marked STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
of Chattanooga, Tenn., met them I
there for a short reunion. I 11
"" - --- ','

Mrs. John Jarosz and her I

daughter, Mrs. Anna Dunson,
and grand daughter, Judy Dun I
son, visited in Miami during the I S. I
past long weekend with her son .
and daughter in law, Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Jarosz and family.
Mrs. Herbert Allen has returned
to her home here after receiving {
medical treatment at
the East Coast Hospital in St. I i f"t

Augustine.Mrs. -

DRIVE IN and get a postage-paid request card from your YOU'll RECEIVE without delay a personalized routing of
Louise Taylor is spend Standard Oil Dealer. For a free routing of your vaca- your vacation trip on easy-to-follow road maps *
, ing some time in Atlanta, Ga., tion trip, fill it out-telling us when and where you showing the shortest and best route, or the moat scenic
visiting. with friends and rela plan to go.-and mail to Standard Oil Touring Service. one , and point of interest you won't want to mm!

tives.FLAGLER. f BEFORE YO'J 60 ask your Standard Oil Dealer to service your car to be sure it's ready for a carefree vacation trip!





now open for ,

your convenience :" j

at. popular prices.

Hours: 9 to 5:30

Closed Mondays ; _

If f i c r

I Community i i+> r

Memorial Church '

lBter-4 ..inlB>Uraal STANDARD

Dayton AT*. I


Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I
Church Service 11:00 A.M.

R. W. DICKER Factor I





HATH. I FLORIDA i\ EQUITY, rxji'iT'' :' IN:1l": i\o. oI Estate ofHELEN

IN RB: The Ealaet: of > NO, 48:11.MYRTLE. I I : Estate of LBWANDOW8KI,
1 ..
W. H DEN, Deceased.TO WIDNBR, LEWIS J. 8LAUGH. Deceased Def lltd.
r ALL MAKES ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Plaintiff. i i NOTICE OK .'''.INn I'HTITION The State of Florida, To AU r-
Agent For ) by given that W. W i va, FOIL FINAL DIHUIIAIIUH!' OK I sons Interested in the Estate of
\l.t'r; C. Deen filed their I MONROB O. WIDNfR. UAKCUTOH I: said Decedent:
Notice Is hereby given that 1 You are hereby notified that
final ,report at Executor of the Defendant. a
PHILCO estate of W. H. PEEN deceased;; j NOTICI'3 TO AITHAH AND j have filed my final returns as written Instrument purporting to
RCA & that they filed their petition for AN5VEat i executrix of the estate of LEWIS! be the Last Will and Testament
I ,
final discharge, and that they will IN THE NAME OF THE STATE, I J. myGpet deceased; distribution of said decedent has been admittedto
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD apply to the Honorable T. K. Me- j 10F FLORIDA file tion for probate in saM Court.
KNIGHT County Judge of Flagler TO: MONROE O. WIDNERYou ]land for final discharge, ntl that 1 You are hereby commanded withIn -
AND INSTALLED County. Florida on the 27th day are hereby notified tha.t i a '''on June 37th 1963. I i! six calendar months from the
of June, 1988, for approval of same I suit has been brought against you j'I ithe Honorable T. K. 1>lcKl'rYa'HT'1 i' date of the first publication of this
+ TUBES TESTED FREE and for final discharge as Executors In the Circuit Court of Flag-le: County Judge of Flagler/ County notice to appear in said Court and
of the estate of W. H. 'Owen County, Florida, In Equity, b]y I Florida, for approval of said final I show cause. If any you can. why
1 deceased on this 10th day of May. MYRTLE WIDNER. I'lalntlff.: and returns and for an order of distrlbutlon the action of said Court In admitting -
19 113. you are hereby required to file, / and for final discharge I said Will to probate shouldnot
TVBob First publication: May 23rd 1961. 1 personally or by attorney with the of executrix' of the will of LEWIS stand unrevoked.
J r W. W. DEBN J. C. DEEN Clerk of said Court, your written J.Iy' I. deceased. (Seal) T. K. McKNIOHT
Executors of the estate of defense. If any, the Bill Ir 23rd 163. I County Judge,
W. H. Dren, deceased I Equity In said ultoo or before SMiriam R. Slaugh/ I Flagler County. Florida.
FLAGLER BEACH May 23-30! & June 6-13--4tl! the 10th day of June A. D. 1963 .. .* Executrix. First publication on May 16, 1963
May &: June 6-13 4to May 16-23-80 &
.f, and of your _. June 6-4tc
9.2204 drpnl.'er.veUOncorl -- - -- ---- -- -- -- -- -
*N Till CIRCUIT COURT written Os- -- -- -
I JUDICIAL (:CIRCUIT IN slnaky A Krol. Attorneys for 1'Uln- i
AND: roil FL.AULEII tiff, at their office at 411 Main NOTICE
[ KMmiMA. IN : e'Ol'NT1'/: / Street. Daytona Beach Florida on ''Notice
. "' NO. 4040. or before the 10th day of June, .11
-F- v J" j I IN UK: Adoption of A. D. 1963. as required by the Flor- I. hereby given' that the following described lands twill be
JAMES MACK JOHNSON, a ida Equity Rules and herein fall sold at public auction at U o'clock noon on the tit day of J nIt A. P.
J)+ MUSICTennessee minor by JOSEPH B. PELLICERAOTItE not or Decree Pro Confesso and 1965. at the front door or the 'Iagler County Courthouse In J1unn.l1.
Final Decree will be entered Fla&lpr County Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herefn set
Stylej TO: JAMES CARL JOHNSON against you by default. I opposite the same together with all coat ot such sale and advertising
., Address Unknown. That the name of the Court In I. DALE. D. BROWN. Tax Collector, Flaglpr Co nt). Florida.Deserlplien .
BYWalf..Grave YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat which said/ suit has been Instituted '
: a Petition for the Adoptionof i Is the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial S T n A Taxes &: Celts

.&Car! Spicer the white males minor child, Circuit of Florida, In and E% ........................_......_._ Sf 10 :8 300 Carter J. M. ...,;'__..... 109.69
I JAMBS MACK JOHNSON, was tiled for Flagler County in Equity, and SW'4 of SE"y. ................ It U 29 to Sudo, Anthony << Pierce
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till In the above cause on the 25th day that the title of said cause Is as J. E., Jr. ......................_.... 33.60
6 P. M. of A. JOSEPHD. herelnabove set forth ST. JOiINS! 1)EY. CO. IUD.
SUNDAY 3 to ;1'lIC 'rP"aJJ6oub:
,; hereby You Tract 3 bik ..
are further notified that the ,14 29 Bass, Charles ..
OF MAROUE commanded to be and appear In nature of said suit Is a suit for Tract 1 I31k 1:5: :::::::::::: 20 Ii 29 n Knapp, George 111': ::::: U:
LETTER the above-named Court on or before divorce, custody of minor (children Tract 2 Blk l 8 : 29 Stiller, Bernard 3.19
'COCKTAIL LOUNGE the Srd day of June, A. D. and other relief an set forth In W% tract 1 "t"6" .:::::: U I1 29 i8 Harrison I Hope &"\.t.?A. .

1963, to how cause, If any. there Plaintiff's' Bill In Kqulty. Jr. ....?._............................. 2.78
.& RESTAURANT be why the Petition for Adoption WITNESS my hand and teal ofoffice Eby Tract 1 BIk 10 .... 2'1 12 ,29, 10 Gangs. De. Ie.D. _.... Z.2I
. should not be granted at Bunnell, Florida, this 8th W1 .Tract I Blk' a.:..... 29 U ''Z9" Ii Olds W. I. & Ruth ,..... 1.46
,I y 5 Miles So. of Marinelandon DATED this 26th day of April. day of May, A. D. 1983. WI, Tract 1 silk I ..._. :9 11 ,29. 10 Eldridge, Fi F, _._..:.....;. 3.28ST.
1963. (Circuit Court Seal) x !' JOHNS PALIIC ADDITION .,
AlA. (Court Peal! ) E. A. SMYTHE E. A. 8MYTHE: IAt 80 Dlk 14 ........._..... 30 13 29 '
Stiller, n. .... ........... ....: .79 i
Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
1 as Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Lot Be Blk 14 ..........-.... lIal8en, Arthur. ._ .._ ,.19 J
I I rL '. y I May 2-1t-1I-U-Hc OSSINSKY Flagler A KROL County, Florida. Lot It Blk 16 ................. Steinbeck John ............ ..79MT ,
,., TI I IN THE CIRCUIT COUUT.:: !SEVK.VTII Solicitors for Plaintiff I JOHNS 11.I'J.( IFIYELOI'MENT CO. SUB.a '
JUDICIAL C"nWtJIT' IN 411 Main Street SS Tract a 3 C
i- AMI, FOIL Kl.A PROFESSIONAL KMlltlDA. IN CIIANCKRV. CASK May 9-16-23.3G-Uc All blk Ii & Tr I blk 8 4 13 29 60 l'eillcer K. Ai &\ Mart 10.as I
':WOo 46': r LAKE In6TON!' !Ivn.! ; .1/: ;;Q t' ( .. '; .
Ralph Sheridan 1'olson, I\: Tilt COURT OK TILE COUNTY Lot J Block 2 .....'.1tR4f4: . ::/p' "'.. ., Rltts''};t'UH &:Ruby .,.. .92
IIAX" liY SUIt! "J \ ; ; '
FLORIDA. IN IMtOUATE. Lot 21 .................aM,.,.,:,.. Torra' = 'rom'"4 Ruby 11.41
Houchens In of Lot J8 ..._. Jaek.on"I'aul'61 Katie
re: Estate '\ 11.41
: : Edith Emb-y: Defendant.NOTICE HELEN LEWANDOW8KI.. Lot zt. .....4.-..,..._ Cea.er, .Jack ""(Jannle 11.41 t
PMiilpM.Whitley : Deceased Lot It ;....,..;..._....._._... Adams Charles Willie 11.47
IN THE NAME OK OF !THE STATE To Alt. Creditors and Persons Lot 27 ___..........._..,....... Torrance Tom _..._..:.... 14.17

OB' FLORIDA: Having' Claims l or Demands Against KNOX JONES IItlll : ,,'
P. O. Box 1741St. I TOt EDITH HOUCHENS EMBRY Said Estate: Lots 7-8-9 Blk A Bratcher. Carl. ....:..... 1.44
Lots 1-2-3-16-16-17 Blk \1. .1.1B
POLUON You and each of you are hereby I
Augustine Florida whose residence and/or post office notified and required to present any ..- -........................?....... Dratcher, Carl & Char..
address are unknown. claims end demands which' you or lotte'' _..:._?.__..__... 8.28

Phone ID '7.328 .. You with the are Cleric hereby of required this Court to your file the either estate cf you of :Helen.may Lewandowskl have against tbt Lot i. Rfc F.H :::::::::::::::: ':. 'h Florence. ::;r.;: 10.12 1.33:

answer to the- Bill of Complain deceased, late of said' County, to Lot 2 Dlk F ........?....._ Citizens Dank ot Dun-
Bunnell, FlorjdaNOTICH tiled herein against you, In the the County Judge of Flagler County nell .....__.._......._.:..1......_ '.17
# above entitled cause on or before< Florida, at his office In the courthouse FLORIDA FARMS CO. SUO.
the 3rd day of June A. D. 1963, and of said County at Bunnell. Lots 9-IO-U-U-13-14, '
serve It copy thereof upon MAX F Florida, within six calendar months blk II ................._..._.. Drat ber. .Carl'_._._,,. , I.TI
MAS3FELLKR.. Plaintiff's attorney' from the time of the first publication : ST. JOIiNS i'ARK CO. "'' 0. "
herein whose address Is 923 North of this notice. Two copies of i Tract 2 Bik 1 ...........A... ; It 80 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers

Notice Is hereby given that thefollowing Beach Street, Daytona Beach Florida each claim or demand shall be In AlSn Inc. ....m..............._ ".n
"THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE' writing, and shall state the placeof TOWN 09 ttJ'NN"JLL
lands ,
thereof described will be necessary or so to 1 Is hereby designated as the news residence and post office addressof Lots &-6 Rlk 81 ............ Drown, Willis Jr. ....._. 11.41
.. '\ much the amount as for takes hereIn paper In which this ter shall be the claimant and shall be swornto Lot It-l0 Dlk n ............ Wilson, Zackle & Me-
pay with published once a w four by the claimant his agent or I' linda 11.97
,,cost set of opposite such sale same and together advertising, consecutive weeks! HEREIN FAIL, attorney and accompanied by a Lots 3-4 Blk lit ............ Smith, Hattie .._...... 6."
NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON- filing fee of one dollar and such I N lots 1-2 blk Murray, Mercedes
auction on :
will be sold at public rk"i
of 190 At the FESSO WILL HE ENTERED AGAINST claim or demand not so filed shall S\vylots 11.12 Emanuel Hazel ::::: IU:
17th June ,
the day
Tax Collector In YOU FOR SUCH FAIL be void : Lots S-t Dlk 120 ........ McGee_ ii. 1'. Ruth. .70.95
office of the
City URK. H. T. Cook Lots totO Htk 128 Bass. ,ulcharel' 4, Ruby a.u ....
the Communltr.C.nter A.M. In Itulldlns City at olOunnell. The nature of this suit Is a bill At executor of the Last Lot 4 blk 130 ,. _..:..i;.,......, Davis. tl1r8.. ,
: o'clock. Flakier' J tyh1'1 I a: for dlvorre.! Will and Testament of .1' I '' "'row ,, ,". by ./ ( j ;. 5, HG 4.20 'j
owned WITNESS: Mr hand and seal at Helen Lewandowskl, deceased Lots 1.4 !lsu
\ All railroad Coast property Railway Company I Dunnell, Flarler/ County Florida First publication May 16, 1963 of US No. 1 100 Childs. JerrY'' It, Z'earl. 1.83
Florida East this 98th .4..., ',., Anvil A M 1O"7Official May 16-23-30 A June 6-4 to NE 25' lots 3.4 ex: nk '_ '. .
-- -- ---
within' the corporate limits "Seal( E.- : 8MYTHE. ;' 26 age ,, Shaw Flora ........X.
of the City of Ilunnell .... 1.418.97.. ( ) A. UrWkvnN _..... 1.150Lo1t
Lot :
Nancy C. Rodgers I Flagler County FloridaBy FOR PLAttM-m COUNTY, KLOR.II1A Italian I Ezell .. ...
City Tax Collector.Florida. Julia R. Harvey, IV fllANCKHY NO. 4620 r'Bik 618 .::::::= Kennedy; Mary.--:? ::: Ug:
City of Bunnell J. S. GLEASON J R. Lot I Dlk U9 ... :
May 23-80 & June 6-18-4tc Deputy Clerk. ; Johnson Lithe\ Mae ..., 16.17
May 1-9-16-23-Uc As Administrator of Veterans' The southerly 100 feet
Affairs, or Dlk 298 ex Dk U' ,I

IN KI.Afil.KH Tin CIRCUIT COI'NTY.: rOUIlT: FI.OIIIUA OF : IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF Plaintiff, pg 174 .................?...-- Gas Appll-

(::11N( U 4663 KLAfJIEH COUNTY. FLORIDA v.. er80.. -,,....;,.,.,,, ., 10.27Lot
it. I'lalntlttLOIS I IIELEN HOLLED EnE.1 WJi1n.a't'Z:! E. 9 Ikllt 4 ............- I Mills, Gladys ---....... US
Plaintiff DODIMEAD.\ SR., and wife, ('AitTElt
vs. I, CORA L. DODIMEAD, Lots 9-10 Bile I ......--. Lee Jerry ..._...;,.,_.,. 2.00 .
Defendant I Defendant NOTICE TO APPEARIN tN rlillkJl: ..... ... . .Underwood, Joe It An-
LOTS MAY ROBIK.whose JOHN ROLLED TO: JAMES R. MOYER and wife, ."' Harrlwon, O. W ,79
Lots 8681I31k
place of residence and whose residence and JOANNE! E. MOYER HUDSON i: =:::-: Carmicheal I W. H: :: .79 '
post oftice address are unknown post office adddress are unknown. OHIO. iiITNNEi.L CO. .
y You are hereby notlfled that a You are hereby notified that a suit yOU James R. Moyer and wife Tr 3 Elk 1) : .:... .. 8tir. 121 10 20 Meade H. 1. __.._..... U9
suit has been filed against In the has been tiled against you In the Joanne E. Moyer are hereby notified 9T.. JOHNS 1)EY. CO. SUB
above entitled cause; and you are above entitled cause; and you are that a Complaint to foreclosea Tr 11 Dlk 11 _._............ II U 30 10 Benton Mabel lL .....__ .1.211
hereby required to file your answer hereby required to file your answer certain mortgage on the following JOHNSON! BEACH SUO.
with the Clerk of this Court, with the Clerk of this Court and described property, to-wlt: Lots ,.t Elk 1 .............. Taylor, S. A. It Joyce. 1.28
and to serve a copy thereof upon to serve a copy thereof upon the Lot 1. except the Southerly 70 DUPONT ESTATES !IUD! '
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney feet thereof, and Lot 2, except 37 "Mr
whose name and adress la: whose name and address Is: the Southerly 70 feet thereof Lot 21 ...............-......._.. 3. 1031 .ot Marine Realty Co. ..... n.n
MAURICE WAGNER RAY SELDEN and except the Westerly 10 feet meANT TO IIERNA1'fDEZ '
144 BurlelKh Avenue Selden Building thereof, Block 4. Palm Harbor Book 67 page 305' ..? .... to 10 3111.11 E.po.lto It Co. -1.-- 80.79
Holly Hill, Florida Daytona Beach Floridanot Subdivision being a resubdl- JOSE PAItIC SUB. ,1 :

not later than June, 25th A. D. later than June 10, A. D. 19(3. vlslon of Glendale Subdivision Lot IT ........-................... IIaynea, 11' S. It Edith '.11
'J If you fall!* do so. decree If you fall to do so, decree pro as recorded In Plat Rook 1, AitTEShA SITE,
t, confesso will be entered confesso will be entered against pare 23 of the Public Recordsof Lot 14 Elk 4 ................ / Que-EIII Laboratories,
I you for the relief: demanded<<: In U63'1 you for the relief demanded In the Flarler County Florida. Inc. _.___....1.2.1'
bill of complaint. The ut bill of complaint. The nature of ADDITION TO ARTF.IIIA:!
t aid suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce. Together with all structuresand South lOS' of N Inl.U'
,. WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and neat of Improvements now and of that part of See 23E
said Court this 31st day of May, I II' said Court this 7th day of May hereafter on said land and the of old canal ex bk
A..D.. 1963. A. D. 1963. rents Issues, and profits of the 4t page 51 Ie except
\ I' I (Official Seal) I' (OtHclal Real) above described property (pro O. n. bk I page 100.. U 11 11 0.11 Miller Frank It Lillian UI
1 ":. A, 8MYTHB E. A. SETTEE Tided, however, that the Mortgagor KA.1'fAIlA BEACH SVD.
} Y Clerk or laid Circuit Clerk of said Circuit Court shall be entitled to col- The south 306' of the '
'\ Dy Julia H. Court By Julia R. Harvey lect and retain the said rents north 1223.75' of Govt j k ,
I ; Deputy I Deputy ClerkNOTICE Issues and profits until default lot 1 E of old canal

May 23-30 & June 9.18-4tc May ,-u-u-ao-uo. _. hereunder) ; and all fixtures ex bk 55 A 1
--- -- -- now or hereafter attached! to ex O. 100 23 11 31 1.10 Miller Frank A Lillian 5.74
or used In connection with the SUNRISE BEACH

)J .1 In remises addition herein thereto described the following and. Lot 4 Elk 6 ..........._.._ Janslc J. W. __'''_ US
household ni'NNEI.L DRV. CO. SUB.
Notice Is hereby given, that the following described lands or so much appliances. be Tr 9 blk B : 8 IS 31 10 Harrison. D. W. _.__ UI
f thereof as will\ be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset deemed wrJeexr'a'b and Part SVi of tract 4 bk
I opposite same together with, coat of such sale and advertising, of the realty and are a 36 .ftJ1J.5 .-..__ 11 12 31 0.16 Perri UlkeWlckllne. 1.12
I will be at public auction on the 3rd day of June 1 fldrJtr portion of the security for the M "r
.r office of the eSC Tax Collector In the Community Center at indebtedness herein mentioned: Lots 1-2-3 Blk S3 _-,.. George .:.A. '.f0
I I 10:00: o'clock A. M. In the City of Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida. 1 Electric Hot Water Heater Lot 5 Elk 61 Wlckllne.: :: O. K. A ?

I 1 Lots 1-4. Block 91 -.......-......_.?....... Grant Wilson -.-...--.-..... $...10I Westomatle Mod. R. o. E. 4(5( Lots 32-33-24 bikir':: Wickllne: o: E: &.Ethel: 41:1t:
Lots 1-'. Block 91 .......................-..... Zackle & Melinda Wilson. 4.80 (40 gal capacity) 1 Oil Fired AMENDED: !SUB! OP VENICE PARK .,
fl Lots 9-10, Block 91 _._..._..._.....-... Willis Brown. Jr. .--_......- 27.38 Hot Air Heater Monogram D Lot S3 blk 68 Newell Ray J. ..:.,_
8WH lots 11-13. Block 93 ............ Hazel Emanuel .....?*.._....,.. 37.38 1019E. 60.000 BTU OCEAN CITY SUB 65.SI
I Lots Block .. .. . R. P. A Ruth McGee 48.60 I has been filed against you and I( 1"Lot
1-4. - ? you 2 ....... .. ,_
I '. Lots 1-10-11-13. fck 134 ...::. :- ::: Riley, King I .......?. ?..?.:=:: 9.10 are required to serve a copy of - --- Kressly, E"a._ 1.14
Block lt Richard A Ruby Bass ... 4.80 Answer or I'leading to the FUQUAY III V II.I .
NV4 Lots ltOh: Block* fir:::::::::::::: Eloise R Klnr _.,,,.-,. ? ::- .. 5.80 Complaint:our on the plaintiff's Lot 8 blk 6 ......--__.,.... Kressly. Eva -_ 1.14

Lot 4. Block 130 ....-...-...-..-......... Georgia Orlsby ..-..... 11.25 ey H. T. Cook Citizens Bank attorn-I I Lot 21 kbTk Andrews'tl.a E.
NESS lots '-I. Block 130 .................. Allle Hunter ...____..... 1.50 I In&. unnell. Florida and Lots 31-33 'ii-_._:: Kressly, ?-== ::It
Lots 3-4. Block 181 ............................ Annie Johnson _..__ lI.n original Answer or Pleading I Lot 9 blk 26MORNINGSIDfi-_. Hyde, Delorls I.U
SH lots 131 .. Anna Johnson -.-----.-. 2.80 office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,'i 8UH.
NE 26 .loliUn 25 of SB 20' lot Court on or before the 17th day of I Lot 20 blk S .._ Warner H. L. A Sarah

4. Block 161 ... Flora Shaw ..........-....--.-.. 1.10 June, A.D. 1943. If you fall I loOt 15 blk 8 ...---. Richard _. 219
I 8W 30 lot 4 All 'I'x-c- i>t"'iV do so, Judgment by default wmbe Lot T blk t -...-___ Gardiner. George ft Josephine 219
I I US No.1. Block 161 ...........-....... W. 1L A: Carrie Hill -- 10.10 taken against you for the relief -_
Lots 1-' Block 165 ..._._-_.._.._...... W. T. A Willie May Moses n.n I demanded In the Complaint. I: Lot 11 blk It .._- Smith Edith W. 8.46
Lot 8. Block 117 .........._..._...._..?_.... Italian Esell ...._._.._... 21.00 This notice shall be publishedonce Lot Adkins, & Ruby 2.98 2,13
Lot 4 except It/IF US No 1, Block each week for four eon.ecu-I == rwll.r: & Josephine _

147 ..... ?....,- ...._...., .. ??_.-.-. .,.- ,.-... Italian Exell ?.. ,,?.,?. ,.. ... 4.00 I tive weeks In The Flarler Tribune. 219
Lot t, Block 168 ______.._ Mary Kennedy ....__?. 21.7S I Bunnell. Florida. I rAt S blk n ._.. ..... Zuenno Evelyn : .
SH lot Block 168 Clara Mitchell 22.00 Done and Ordered at Bunnell MOBIL SUU. -n
v'II'Itlh.A Block 19.Eloise King ; ...... 23.00..: Flarler County. Florida, this 14th Lot s blk i _..._---r- Patrick Ben F. A Caro-
i Frac. lot 6, Block In ... .__.__... Llllle Ma Johnson 27.88 I day of May A. D. 19(3. 1711 .
Lots 6-7-8. Block 203 .....__......... Ralph E. Harbert 4.10 I I'i (Court Seal) E. A. SETTEE i I ATLANTA BRACII SUB. ? n.Tl .
Lot Cltliens Bank o{ Bunnell 3.65 Clerk. Circuit Court Lot. 1 to S Incl blk S Woodhead. J. L. Ie Jean '
I Lot :: :1kDfk..ii :::=:== Unknown 1.68 : Flagler County, Florida 'Lots 1 to t blk 1 Wood bead. J. 1. ii.itSI 11.10

, I Lots 4-5, Block 1, Lincoln Hts Sub Jasper It Mary Anderson. 6.601 I It T. Cook WARREN PARK KSTATK: SUB
Lots 2-3. Block 2. Lincoln furio'::: Ed A Lucy London -.-. 3.73 Plaintiff I Lots 29 SO blk B Bodlan. John
; t'8nxto _
, Lot 14, Block 4, P. : tBunnell TOWN OP1 FAVORKTTA8H .!!
l sites Sub .........._..._.....___ Jo..ph. Annie Underwood 6.38 Florida of NEU of NEU *
NANCY C. RODGERS City Tax Collector, City of Bunnell. Florida May 16-23-30 June -4 to of SEX ofNB'% IT IS SO Prestlr Builders Ino 6.0JPAGE




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BAKING ((4-6 Ik Avg.) Ik

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4 (Plain or Self Rising) Reg. Price $5.45 ,RIB TIPS 5 nI00

t sJi I 38< NOW ONLY $299 PIG FEET 6 $100 '>"'
-" Limit ((1)Food with Order$5.00 or more Complete with Cover Neck Bones 6 fb$100

...... 'RJo6oo" See-All Fancy Long Grain \
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RICE 49 Van Camps No. 300 Can
Cello Bag CORNED
nASH 3 $
Large Size BEEF for I

BREEZE 19* StokPEACHES ely's (SLICED or HALVES) No. 303 Can
Each )
t (Limit ((2)) with $5.00 or more Food order "" 5r1,

? Black Panther 10 Ib Bag I

_Charcoal Briquets 49* PEACHES 50 Sift FREE BondSTAMPS

fflKHEST aiidiJi I'' smlETMANN Cinnamon I with purchase of
: I .
\ LUZIANNE TEA or 48 ct.
pkg TEA BAGS and this
ICrlsP 3ge ( coupon)
Large GreenIPEPPERS _ _ _ Coupon' Void After May 26, 1963

y or 6 for 29 _ _ _ _ _ _
Fancy 100 1 Gift Bond 1 00 Bond '

I with purchase of i with $5.00 or more
29c 1 Qt. Size (and this coupon) f (And This 'Coupon)
' OKRATender ; \ Ib !!1 Coupon Void After May 26, 1963 Coupon Void 'After
SweetCORN .._ ... May. 26, 1963
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'> Phone 437-3227
Sunkist 6 oz. Cans FROZEN (Ass't Flavors) OPEN SUNDAYS
$-fOO 8:00 a.mll00 p.m.


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f'ACr TP\ '* fc'LAGuKH TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, May 23, 1963

: SUMMER PLANS I an 'ole fashion, square-type pint semi-shade. They make attrac round each plant This will al. Idea. Palmetto fans, Spanishmoss
\ milk bottel for the scientist'svial. Live border plantings and can i low the plant to drink in life- attached to sticks and

:. OF THE FLAGLER be sheared into a small formal giving rainfall and hasten recovery newspapers or other items around -
fill the bottle about a hedge. If root the hedge from
WOMAN'S CLUB First, you the transplanting the house can be used.
:i third full of top grade peat, or trimmings under constant mist I|operation.

" Usually at this time of year the superfine earthworm bed! I'you can soon have a yard full 1 For faster growth add a
; r j the Flagler Woman's Club is material Both items are avail 'of multicolored plants.Transplanting tablespoonful of garden fertilizerto

:'N.:,, ', winding up for the summer able from the local garden sup each gallon of water applied RENEW YOUR
1 months, but at a business meet. ply store. to the
: j'1 Don't plant during the planting mER'SLICEDUR1HGYOUR L
I procrastinate any longer
with the newly elected In
! ing May 8, Next, hold the bottle a process. "k"
It made last
. officers In charge and Mrs. horizontal position and cuttings summerare
Shakp.1 still In gallon cans. By now Shading newly set plants from i BIRTH MONTHHNNOUNClNG
\ presiding -
Jasper White, president the semi-dry material root- the rays of hot Sol is a good I
they are surely getting
, the members voted to con. don't feel to the shaking I
\ you up . . . . ,. ... ... . . . . . .
", tinue on with the business operation, ask a teenager to hold bound and turning an uncomfortable I, -. . .. ,, "--"-""" "-".."--".-.-.,. """." " ... "..
meetings during the summer the bottle while doing the twist I yellow. I
", months, but change the meeting Use a popsickle stick or a spe Before getting the urge to i '
time to 9:30 A. M. These will cial whittled wooden paddle toj I transplant review your landscaping .

, be held on the second Wednes press the organic material Into 'I plans and make sure
',:,: day's of each month at the club. a fluffy seedbed. Use a sipping'straw 'I of the planting sites before you

house at 1524 S. Central Ave. flattened on one end, to I, dig. Prepare the site by loosening Mil. Ton
the soil at least 18 inches Motel Pool
: Mrs. B. K. Hirst was accepted scatter the dark, speck-sized up 0
and foot in dl.
Al- I deep a or so
member with Mrs.
", as i a.new seeds. Usually a fine mist of
.** beit..Jones, Mrs. G. Frank andMnM water from an atomizer will ameter.

r \ ,', Harry Treadwell as re- cover the seeds. If you discover that the soil. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
instated .menbers. I Place the capped bottle In a Is as poor as you are after paying
Frank Brede, ways and I income taxes, make the soil
j :Mrs. horizontal position in a warm,
'chairman, ,has many I richer with organic materials. 25c-Children I to 4
means shady location that is handy for I p. m..
ti projects planned for the summer daily inspection. Don't over- Be sure to mix the organic mat / "

with a Friendship Drive heading water, nor let the seeds dry out ter throughout the planting site. 35c Adults I to 4 m.
the ,list This,.will start soon. Actually, the condensation water I Removing plants from gallon p. 1
'The Dollar Dividend Project will\ cans is no trouble at all if you { nand
dripping back on the seeds will
continue with added interest save watering time. give the soil in the can a good 8 to Op.I m. .Each Day \\ ..

,When two sisters, Mrs. Harold When the glass-grown plants watering. This preparatory soak. I

TMassie .and 1 trs. Philip Kester I I'f reach the'"Several,leaf stage, the ing will ease your labor and Il.. .. . .. . ... . .. .. .. .. . ... .. ..
teams, including all the plant's pain. . . . . . . . . . . ... .. . . . . . ".'\".
rinfvo ,
V question Is: Break, or not tobreak.1f --- -
members of the club, striving to you fear broken glass, Gardeners with maternal instinct :., J"-
bring in the most mortgage find it easy to turn a can !
tease the plants from the ,
money, with the loser giving a bottle with a smal forked stick. bottoms( -up and spank a" ,plant ..'','GRAIG FUNERAL, HOME
I covered, .dish luncheon to the into a new'life in the, yard. In , ; .
As you ,,get theplants outside, 'I'Xi'!' ; ", : ;.H. .
winning team at the close of transplant them into small peat stubborn cases you may haveto A. H. CRAIG. Funeral DL.ctork '

,/ the contest. Mrs. Kester's team pots filled with peat. perform a Caesareart sectionon JOHN HARDIN. Auociat
?Us the "Dollars" and Mrs. Mas- the can. No surgical experience .
'.sle's the "Dividends." Upon reaching a respectablesize is necessary, for this operation AIR LADY (\Xt'qF.
The club library will be open that you are ,not ashamedof merely slit the sides of' C' ,:':nim rN 1..1' I EQUIPPED

every Thursday afternoon from place the coleus plants; Including the can In a couple of places CHAPEL.ATTENDANT, AMBULANCES
1 to 4:30 at which time the the peat pot, into' rich with tin snips or a tool designedfor -...
4 "Wearhouse" can be seen. This loamy soil where they can grow the job.Complete Phone ID 7.3532

I is good "hand-me-down" cloth. all summer. the transplanting by
Ing. Coleus plants grow best In forming a saucer of earth a-
f .
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Mrs. White named the follow

ing special committee chairmen:
I auditor, Mrs. Charles Bondy; 1 > .'
devotional, Mrs. Jasper White;

( hospitality, Mrs. Reynold Hoover
and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton;
Junior Woman's Club representative

Mrs. Philip Kester: music,
Miss Emily Gage; parliamenta; / it
rian, Mrs.: Myrtle Streeter; bylaws

,,'," Fleurle and; telephone, Mrs. E. P :

Standing committee chairmen 4 4ate.

Birthday calendar, Mrs. H. G. .. .
:: : ;,Heydt and Mrs. Frank Brede;
\ ,club house rentals, Mrs. Roy v

McNab; dollar dividend, Mrs. Y va
[Harold Massie and Mrs. Philip

''Kester; publicity, Mrs. V. W.
Haines; sunshine, Mrs. May { f
Hendren; "Wearhouse," Mrs. H.

G.,Heydt; welfare, Mrs. Sam No .Y V
j I vick; 'Red Cross home service,
I Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. V.
;q W. Haines..

'I r i. The following members at. r t t
: tended the District Six Work.

shop held at the Peninsula Club
in Daytona :Thursday, May 9:
Mrs. Myrtle Streeter, Miss Emily
I Gage, Mrs.. E. P. Fleurle, Mrs.
"i J }Charles Sindelar, Mrs. Clarence

I Shultz, Mrs. Jasper White, Mrs. Chevy II Nova 400 6-Passengw Station Wagon
l Kenneth Givens, Mrs. H. G.
) .fHeydt and Mrs. V. W. lIalnes.r" A Chevy 1C wagon looks this big when you load it up .
\ Much enjoyed at the meeting "
1 t \ .
,;i! were the safety information glv '
't" en by Mrs. John Woodruff, chair. 'Y "
.. ", ..'
'ifj, man FFWC safety division and ';: :. : .
.t.:.; parliamentary procedure given,
A )V given by Mrs. Lloyd Mayswinkle, '

\: I 't. This club officers workshop with famaliarlzes the federation new and this big when you gas It up ':, f -, ;). t'. '.

?? requirements and new projects
,and awards sponsored each year.
w The Cocoa Woman's Club In. That, In the eyes of most Chevy II wagon And for all the pepper we packed into that
vHed the group to go there next owners, is just about the size of it. \ 6-cylinder engine (there's also a choice of anA
f' year.. District Six director, Mrs. king-.ize appetite for cargo. But a dainty even thriftier 4 in most models), we were
... W. D. Bruner, of Titusville, presided one for gas. And this, we hardly need add, is iEVROLET careful to keep it simple, easy to Ielvice-
t over (the meeting. just the kind of wagon we planned it to be. and a real stickler on economy.
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