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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 30, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00541
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VOLUME 51, NO. 21 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR .
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If : New Cookbook Dedication of Request For


, Being Readied Crescent LakeRecreation Bridge IsWithdrawn
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4 For PrintingWoman's Area !I H( TJiMw

Society for Christian Dedication of the John E. Mil f At a special meeting Tuesday

.. Service of the First Methodist I llcan Recreation Area at Lake 1 night the Bunnell City CommisSioners ,
, Church of Bunnell is now pre Crescent has been set for 2 o' voted to accept the with
paring copy for the second clock Friday afternoon.The 'I drawal of A. C. Rodgors' requestor Mw :14I

edition of the popular cookbook, recreation area has been j a bridge across the canalat i nMM.

"Favorite Recipes From Flagler I provided by the St Regis PaperCo. n4r South Church St. The commissioners -
County Kitchens." in cooperation with the! instructed the city
Members of the committee Governor's Committee on Out- clerk to notify the Board of
' said (the second edition will contain door Recreation and the Florida I County Commissioners of th: ,

all recipes of the first Wildlife Commission.The i action. !I --------
i edition plus about the same park is an overnight Mr. Rodgers had requested the I -I
number of new recipes which campsite at Shell Bluff. It Is city commission at the ,Decem- I
have been contributed by Flag I located between Highway 100 I ber 4 meeting to open one block
ler county residents. i and Lake Crescent. |I II of South Church St. from the I

Advanced sales are being: The recreation area will have I I ARTHUR CARLE canal to Booe St. and to con
made now for delivery when i I I a capacity of 60 persons with struct a bridge across the canaL I
the book is complete. Comply-I a 72 hour basis. Available will Naval Aviation Cadet ArthurL. He stated his reason was :W. J. Hamrick To
Carle, son of Mr. and Mrs. to provide better police protection
be toilet facilities
ing with many requests, a number picnic areas, ,
of the books will be available and parking areas. Also available Ray G. Carle of 171 N. OrangeSt. for the store In the block. I Deliver Address at

with loose-leaf binders. will be boat trailer park ., made his first solo flight in met with j I
.4 The
request opposition *
'* a military aircraft April 25. CommencementWilliam
Also available will be plastic ing.
>( I II on the Board of County
binders similar to the I I ;
spiral The flight was made whilehe Commissioners, and a number J. Hamrick, vice presi
first edition. It is important to: was undergoing basic flight of objections to opening Church dent ofGulf life Insurance Co.,

.,,' place .orders In.4yances0; the! Local' Hospital *"' training' arthe Saufley Field St 'around Lake Lucille for Ja Jacksonville, Florida, will deliver .';
committee will be able :to fill
'I." I Naval Auxiliary Air Station in through traffic were filed with the commencement address ,
the requirements of each bind II I Seeks To Become I Pensacola, Fla. It followed a the city, stating through traffic to the Bunnell High School classof

ing.Those dozen flights of dual Instruction would cause many hazards during 1963.
wishing to place an order . Non-Profit PlantDr. during which he learned communications : the time functions were being Mr. Hamrick came to Bunnell
may call Mrs. Cordell Robertson : held at the CommunityCenter.
I 'procedure, landingand I In
I as a young man September,
Eldon
Mrs. Knight.
or John M. Canakaris an takeoff techniques, and 1927, to Join the faculty of Bun
The books will sell for 300. !
nounced (today a public meeting how to maneuver the aircraft in nell High School. lie taught
will be hel4 at the Bunnell Community flight. .- I Mathematics and Spanish three
GIRL SCOUT I i Center Tuesday, June 4,''I Tax Certificate years and remained In Bunnell
The 18 month leadsto
at 8 o'clock. He said the pur !'I program I I three more years as an agent
DAY CAMP
commission
a as an officer
pose of the meeting Is to discuss !Sale for Gulf Life Insurance Co.
Starting June 17-28, many I the proposed bond Issue I and naval designation aviator. as a qualified Saturday In 1933 he was transferred to

Brownie Scouts will be headingfor for the purpose of establishing : Flagler County Tax Collector the district office of the companyIn

Ormond Beach to participateIn a non-profit hospital known as ,Before. entering (the Navy. Intended .l Dale Brown, .Jr., said today Daytona Beach where he remained '
: In their, first Day Camp.. '.experienced The' Fla 1 eer Cllnlc| and no, !$ (tat.. t Ji 1 11 l"U, $, q cJPUQe1..otthe, r )tmtlM033v. 'he"'was .
Also eliglH* :-to.:*1ttend, F oundation, Inc'rw"**"** l*,*" 'Daytona Beach Junior f UnQi eiWt't x list atrnoon Saturday transferred to the home office In .t' =

are any girls who plan to be He said "the present officers I'' College at Daytona Beach.a i and continue the sale to Jacksonville and placed 'In
come Brownies or Junior Girls :for the time being are John MCanakads I I Monday, June 3 at noon. He charge of Its training program.In .
Scouts next fall. A recent sur M. D., president; H. said he would complete the sale 1943 Mr. Hamrick became
later date when the entire
vey taken for Junior Girl Scouts I T. Cook, secretary, and O. F. AI- bond issue is completed. The I on Monday. vice president of the companyIn
Indicated more than enough : ford, treasurer, and with approximately There are 79 parcels of land I charge of the company's
is to make this
purpose a com
girls Interested to start a new I I a total of seven being advertised for delinquenttaxes many agency offices.
munity hospital governed
by a
this The law calls
Troop. Board of Trustees who will govern year.
I I I board of (trustees.He Today Bill Hamrick Is perhaps :
For Day Camp applications the nonprofit organizationand for the delinquent tax sale to '
and further information parents its functions as a hospital." said he began the project be held on or before June 1st better known in Jacksonville
I In Bunnell because he Is
than
may contact Myra Wadsworth. He also stated officers and as a flve bed hospital in each year. The tax list is being
r All applications must be sent Trustees of the new non-profit 1955. At the present time Is is advertised for the last time In anti has been very active-
'.: with I this week's issue of The Tribune. civic affairs in his city. lie Is
in by June 10 along a $10 corporation will be selected at a 35-bed hospital. -
active in the Chamber of Com
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all materialsthe
fee which Includes
girls will use at camp. I I'I Flagler County Service Officer Receives Award I merce, the American Red Cross,
Day Camp will be held at I and the Boy Scouts of America.
1256 Ocean Shore Boulevard, Or I He Is a past president of the 1
y I II acksonvllle Sales Executive
s mond Beach. There will be a lifeguard
for swimming and adult Club, and Is now serving his

supervision for all activities. .. second year as president of the
Scouts will bring their own Y" ka Boys' Home. lie was recently
named by Governor Farris Bryant -
from
lunch and attend camp
I to be a member of the Traffic
9 a. m. till 3 p. m. for the two r
week period. Car pools will be ,: t Safety Council of Florida.
I
available to arrange daily trans. A Eighteen years ago he became ,
portatlon. < |I a Rotarian and has served the i
r Jacksonville Rotary Club as
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4 rF president, and this year Is District
Governor of District 69-1 of
r Local Students Rotary International.In .

1927 Mr. Hamrick married
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t Honored at DBJCMary Florelle Harrell of High Springs,

Susan Brannam, Mable' Florida. Mrs. Hamrick Is the

Brooks, and Peggy Hoskins Britt, Sister of Mrs. Z. D. Holland of
all Flagler county students at Bunnell. The Hamrick family
Daytona Beach Junior College, I consists of three daughters and

have been Invited to become seven. grandchildren.
members of the Mu Rho Chap. The topic of Mr. Hamrick's
ter of Phi Theta Kappa, national I! 4 NI! address to the graduating class
scholastic sorority. will be "This I believe."

Membership requirements area

three point average grade VFW Installs .
and high qualities of leadershipand

moral character. New OfficersThe
Mary Susan has also recently I
been elected secretary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
Baptist Student Union at the Post Installed Johnny Mercer as
College. j post commander at an Installa ,

Lion service Monday night In.,
Amid civil war, Abraham stalled to serve with him were
Lincoln In 1863 Issued the proclamation Above Is State Department VFW Commander Jim lilies as he presented Flagler County Curtis Deen as senior vice commander

that established Service Officer Raymond Smith a certificate naming him an outstanding county service ; Cliff Sheffield, Junior .w
Thankgiving as a national re- officer for the year. vice commander. Russell Impro-
lIgious festival With his mes- The presentation was made at a banquet at the Daytona Plaza at the conclusion of to will serve as quartermaster
sage, Thanksgiving became a legal the annual service officers' school held there recently. Past District Commander E.C. '
) holiday traditionally cele- Smith has served as service officer In Flagler County since his discharge from the Yarborough of Orlando was the

brated on the fourth Thursday U. S. Navy In 1945. lie Is a native of Evergreen, Ala. and has resided here since 1939. I Installing officer.I ,J.




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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, l-LOi.IDA Thursday, May 30, 1968
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'" Dean Peterson Merck 10 4 400 I{ Murray Smith, manager of Bertha.
#SPORTS TODD LEADS..CITY I T. Dwranee BMC 22 8 363 I I I Seville, will pick a starting line Umpires-King, Mercer, Mann.Scorekeeper .
4BONNIE LEAGUE BATTERS I .rte 1 up. He will start Maurice Lylesor i I Bebe Moody.
,NOTES' I PAINTER'S POULTRY PLAY Salona as opening pitcher
I Frank Todd three for three BACKSTOP
,
I IN BUNNELL SUNDAY {with Joe Kelly in reserve. Second BEHIND THE
WELLS JULIUS SMITH him the lead
I Friday night gave game will find J. Robert With Fuzzy)
SET HOME RUN RECORD in the City League big ten bat. Painter's Poultry Softball team Sammy Bertha ready for action. The City Softball League was
Ronnie Wells with five home I ting standing. Walter Townsend, from Jacksonville will play a I last Friday
in for a big surprise
runs and Julius Smith with I rookie first baseman for Wads- double header Sunday, June 2, Probably Lineup
night Two new pitcherswere
three are setting a new record worth, is number two. Number first game starting at 1:30. C. McGriff ss by Bunnell Motor
eyery time they hit a home run. three is old reliable Hicky. i Pitching for the Painters team I":. Durrancez 2b Co.signed They up released Gale Mer
They broke the old record of Frand Todd BMC 15 9 600 will be Jack Drew who has L. Jones 3b
seven held by two players for a i W. Townsend WLC 13 7 5381 pitched one no-hit game in the R. Wells cf cer Maurice and Johnny Lyle Rodgers.and Ronnie
season.. A team record of 15 willbejbjroken : C. Higginbotham BMC 21 10 Jax City League. Hubert Burns I J. Smith Lf and
Salona both pitched gave
as Seville has a record I Ronnie Wells Sev 24 11 453: :will pitch the second game. C. Sheffield c : Bunnell Motor Co. their first
,'of 10 home runs in seven I Tom Pinner WLC 11 5 454 Painter's Poultry won 56 and I Whitaker if
Both pitchers
win In six
games.
i mes. With 15 more games to : C. Sheffield BMC 23 10 434 I lost 5 last season, but lost out M. Lyles P
be played, Seville will set a I, D. Metts WLC. 19 8 421 in the finals in the state soft- I W. Townsend -lb- Continued To Page 6
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May 30, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE_BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THllhE

Carol's life went on of course!
THE BOOK NOOKADVISE but numbly. Hearting this deep-1 I II

AND CONSENTBy I 11y tender and romantic story I)
you will share Carol's feelings! SHELTON'S GROCER-Y
( Allen Drury) I !
from tie moment she met the M
Over ninety-five weeks on the man she would love though the I!
best seller list Is only one of empty months they were apart,) "Your Friendly Co-op Store"SOUTH 1 ,,1: : '
the many comments to be made I ;
until he came back to marry her
about Drury's great political and helped her to receive the RAILROAD STREST
novel, Advise and Consent An (
credit she truly deserved for herpoetry. It's
exciting and Intimate book o PLEASURE

.. about the people who run our By Library Assistant, QUANTITY. RIGHTS to shop whereOUR you get / -yam
country, their personal life, and i Linda Harris. RESERVED
their ,public life as senators, I I II .
presidents, and cabinet mem

bers. I,I CLASSIFIEDADS II .
The plot is Intimate, exciting :
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and gripping and revolves a- PRICES GOODTHROUGH
round the Senate Majority Leader w

the President, Vicepresidentand '
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from other Wstl.p Skis .1. are
several senators ....
3 per ward each l .en. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Mon.
parts of the United States. The 75 .eat. U "'al...... chare I

problem arises when a certain Brame Construction Co., builders May 30, 31 June 1, & 3
senator is appointed to the of. of low cost homes, masonry or I 1963
flee of Secretary of State, it frame. Remodeling, additions,
comes to the attention of the porches, baths, farm buildings,I
Senate that he has a rather' No down, 100 cent
money per
,shady incident In his past. He I financing. Call day-night. Lacy STEAKS AND ROASTS ARE CUT
is vigorously opposed by many Brame, phone Owen 8.3711, P.O.
powerful senators and supportedby Box 186, Crescent City, Fla. FROM U. S. CHOICE:' BEEF t
the president The fight that May .30-Itp .
takes place across the Senate
Chamber, in offices late at night,I A WATKINS ROUTE in this area
and on phones before dawn is Is open for semi-retired man, or FLORIDA I GRADE
one to witness and not to be forgotten I lady. Many semi-retired people Chuck Roast 39
very soon. earn $50.00 to ,$100.00 per week I. Hens "A""S.EWI2C5; r
For an exciting and gripping depending on time devoted to :
story of the politics of our times Route. Also have 1 full time Lb. '.
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I book, Advise and Consent. your area, write J. H. McGarity, ROUND STEAK ". 880 Lb. '
By Sr.: Sandy Gumble Box 627, Williston, Florida 49C

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QUEEN OF DIAMONDSBy Flagler Beach, lot 150 x 150. C. GROUND BEEF $119 PORK CHOPS 68c

John DurhamIt Leslie Ginn, Palatka
phone THRIFTWAY
was the ,first day of her "While They Last"
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Carol Petri first saw her new FOR RENT-furnished.. cottage
English teacher Eben Williams. 1 bedroom, $40.00 per month.
Carol had never known any Phone ID 73304. 5-9-tf MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE FLA. GRADE "A" YOUR FAVORITE
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Thursday, May 30, 1963
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Bible School of STAMPS FINANCE RETURN I mll. feouth Atlantic W 4. ,

Postage' stamps will put TIll
Methodist Church taln da Cunha's dtepoMowed. !it-
HORROR THEATER CHANCED
landers back on their feet. A volcanic \

JvL LOCALS Opens MondayThe ,. eruption in 1961 drove Parls's longest running crime
them Into unhappy exile, and I wave has ended with conversion
Summer Vacation Bible
the vanguard returning in April of its 60-year-old horror theater,
School at the First Methodist
1963, must rebuild homes, re Grand Guignol, to an avant-
Joann Morris DONNA AND JIMMY Church will open Monday morn. plant potatoes, and re-establish garde playhouse. The famed
ing, June 3, at 8:30: School Director
.
; AKINS HONORED AT the spiny-lobster packing plant. landmark in Montmartre' specialized I
Becky said
A BIRTHDAY PARTY Clegg today. The main group will return In in blood-and-farce fare. II

The sessions will run from the fall. The British Colonial Catsup gushed, eyes were seem.
Donna and Jimmy Akins were 8:30: to 10:30 each morning, Office has authorized a special ingly gouged, heads chopped
honored May 19 with a surprise Monday through Friday. The I Tristan da Cunha stamp issueto off, and bodies dissolved in acid !

Paul birthday Stanich party given by Mrs. closing will be at 10:30: Friday help finance the return and I thanks. Two faintlngs a night I Ii
and Catherine rehabilitation of 250 form. for the audience the
morning. some were par ; I
Stanish. I i
St
Church Hall
Mary's
The kindergarten er Inhabitants of the 37-square- record was 15.
In Korona was the setting for departmentwill ;
study "Friends Near and ... . . . . .. .. .
the party. A color scheme of N'4'LWLY'Wbti YLti'y'"ti'Lw. .WL'LM1
pink, yellow and green flowers Far." Teachers will be Mrs. S'
FOR ALL DAY OR NIGHT
t and balloons were used in the Gene Knight, Mrs. Jeff Seale, HOURS-

decorations.The Mrs. Cliff Thompson, Kathy Barber I
refreshment and Mary Pache. AMBULANCE :;'
table was -
i PHONE 4-1625 !:
VAlley
I overlaid with a ''handsome lace The primary department will SERVICE

cloth and centered with a crystal study "Friends From Many. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
punch bowl. Arrangementsof Lands." Their teachers will be ,
I glads were at either end of Mrs. Gordon Buckles and Susan Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

the table. A large' birthday cake Carle, first year; Mrs. Charles are always at your service with promptness. safety and.
f*' was presented to the honorees. Cowart, Jr., and Mrs. S. J. Til- experience ,

Those enjoying the evening ton, Jr., will serve as teachersfor
t with the hostesses and honored the second and third years. Equipped With Oxygen Resiuitator and Inhalator, '

guests were: Gloria Johnston, The subject for the Junior Department I Garcia Funeral HomeP.
MORRIS ELLIS Carol Jean and Lewis Smigielski will be "Meet Your

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrisof Julie Wilkins, Betty Dunson, Neighbors." Junior girls teacher P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

Bunnell announce the en Pat Barrow, Cynthia Cobb, Ann will be Mrs. O. K. Herr and Mrs. LADY ASSISTANT

gagement of their daughter, and Lee Bourne, Carol Pache, Don Moore. The junior boys' ..E,...................v.................................V Yh ....-,riVldWAVYVVWAFOR ,,
.
Bill Kurtz, John Jarosz, Mike
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Joann' teacher will
to Mr. John Edward Ellis be Mrs. Leslie
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Church, Sandra Edge, Michaeland Tucker. I

W. Ellis of Orlando. Tom Missinne Serving as pianist will be I
Mrs. Mamie Wolski, Mr. and
Miss Morris resided in Bun Mrs. Henry Mikulka, Debra and Ray Mercer and Mrs. Eldon PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

nell all of her life and attendedthe Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight.In CANCER
of refreshments will
Bunnell schools. She was a Smigielski, Mrs. Michael Mikulka charge
member of the graduating classof Mrs. W. J. Novak, Mrs. Stan. be Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. Robert AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
Cook Mrs. Cordell,
Robertson
1960. During high school ley Zance, Mr. and Mrs. Alex ,
Mrs. Robertson Mrs. T. COOK AGENCYPhore
Lloyd Harry
she drum j' Kuhn of I
was major for the Zysk, Mrs. C. A. Holly
Mrs. Bill Baker and ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida,
Atkinson :
: '
Bunnell High School band and Hill: Mrs. B. J. Novak and Ron i ,
Harris. .
was also active in other campus nie Williams of Elkton; and Coy soot --- ,. ..
1- ------- --- --- --- -"- '- ---- ---------- '
activities. During her senior Mrs. Julie Merchant of Jackson. 11 1 ,
year she was the Homecoming ville. 1
AN INVITATION TO FLOR/DIANS TO
Queen
and was also elected
Miss Bunnell Hi. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bradley l'

She is presently attending the and Mrs. H. C. Cobb were in Pa. 'discover

University of Florida In Gainesville I latka Saturday visiting with Ray
and will receive her degree Coe, former resident of Flagler
In elementary education In County. Mr. Coe and his late florida

December. She ,will Intern In wife resided Moundgrove .for _.' "
the Orlando schools during the many years. He managed the this .'
fall term. She has been activeIn Moundgrove Fruit Co. Mr. Coeis summer

many campus activities and in the Houser Nursing Home

was a member of the University. and would be glad to hear from I ?
Band during her first two years i his friends. p S I r. .

there. She was selected Home
coming Sweetheart for !the Phi BROWNIES HIKE
Delta Theta fraternity last year. TO BULOW RUINS
Mr. Ellis graduated from the Despite threatening skies and

Bishop Moore High School In clouds last Saturday, Brownie 11't
Orlando where he was an out. Troops 701 and 702 completedtheir
standing athlete. He attendedthe first mile hike down the \1 l

University of Miami one year road that leads Into Bulow //ll// /;
Ruins. -
where he played on the football
team. The past three years he Upon arrival, none of the I !,

has attended the University of Brownies were eager to hike I
Florida In Gainesville where he back out, and their main concern

has participated In many campus was when could they eat ,
athletic activities He will the nosebag lunches each one
1 receive his degree In Pharmacy brought. Girl Scout games and I
in August.A songs were enjoyed by both
I
December wedding Is troops. .
planned by the couple. Bunnell Brownies presented I

their retiring leader, Joy Stetllk// ,
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. with a flower vase
Burrows at their home, 801 East troop. An adult troop commit.I 1
Lambert Ave., are Mrs. Marie tee member presented her witha IttP

Leach and Miss Joan Leach of set of Girl Scout cuff links. ,
Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Leach The hike marked the end of a ? 1 r

and Mrs. Burrows are sisters. successful year for both troops.Mr. .

During their stay they plan to r I
visit in St. Petersburg with their and Mrs. Clarence Niesen
brother for three days. and daughter, Pat, spent several

I days in Miami visiting relatives, You don't have to travel very far from home to enjoy real
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly and especially Mrs. NIesen's sister,
the vacation fun It's all -right here in Florida
young daughter, Louann, have Mrs. C. Eberdardt. During yours

returned to their home here I visit Mrs. Eberhardt celebratedher Fascinating forts Try St. Augustine . virtually at your front door, sod there'

aftera, vacation visiting Lookout] birthday anniversary and or Pen aco14 . or Key Wett. Spectacular lees time bells uaveUn,...easier on the
Mountain and other points of was guest of honor at a dinner sights? There's Cape Canaveral family budget, too! Get to know Florida
Interest In that area. party hosted by her son and . the littering, glamorous Gold thia Summer. . and discover a wonder.

-t ,_"T'" '" 'i7't. J daughter in law. Coait. And have you ever marvelled ful world of vacation fun. 'math your
While there Pat also visited at the geometric loveliness of the citrus own Florida aunt!

1 CommunitMemorial with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvlng- grove of Central Florida? . or gone ..., -'...
I ton and sons. Mrs. Yelvingtonwas sNeil-tzeasurehuntingonSanibellsland? HAVE MOIC rVNI' NAYS MOII MONCYI '
Church Pat's second grade teacherin . .or explored: the "aeaa of (1'..." of HAT AND NAY AT NOM TNIt' VNMtl! '

late...._.......... the Bunnell school. Everglade National Park?. . or driven nit 1LORIDA=
your car over the flat, amooth sands sooXhr '
AIR CONDITIONED An iiuplntioit for flarUturn a+o.riaNr
I Andy Yelvington and son, of Daytona Beach? / ftf yttutf.t tU.
Dayton ,A... Kevin, was a business visitor Relaxation? Fiahing? Swimming l OtT TfOUItS TODAY AT '
ANY ?PALO''ICtI
FLAGLER BEACH here over the weekend. Golfing Boating?You'll find them all .

Sunday School 10:00 A.JL
Church Service 11:00 L II.R. The National Gallery of Art
W. DICKJEUT. Pastor In Washington, D. C., Is the ).arg. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT. COMPANY

BVERTONB: WKLCOMB est completely air-conditioned HELPING H1HD flOtlDAJ
art museum in the ,world.' -



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PAGE SIX THE fLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDJThursday, May 30, 1963

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I FMC, 1 2 333 IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT: 95W.I IN THR COUNTY JITD f Comer I I! JI-plCIAt, CIRCUIT IN IN AND P1IH KI.AOL.Kit: COJl.'VTV FLAG LEU COUNTY, STATE OK
Sports Bunnell Restauran0 3 000 r.1IF PUAOI.im ,COUNTY, KI.OIllnA. IN: I'HOIIATK. FLORIDA.
First Method. I FLORIDA IN: KUtlTY. K U'1TY I NO. 6O* I Estate ofHELEN
Games tonight- NO 460', 1INV1l.t: Estate of LKWANDOW8KI.
Continued From Page 2 I IJ 1ft Church vs. Citizens Bank at I MYRTUB WIDNBR. .. J. 8LAUOH. Deceased. I Deceased.
I PlalnHff. I NOT..'.] OK FILING I'HTITION: The State of FlorIda To All Persons
J looked very good. Best that I' 6:43.: Seville vs. Bunnell Merchants I I ... I! FOIl FINAL ...., ('IIAIU.,1 OK Interested In the Estate of

I have seen In many years. at 8:30. 1< MONROE" O. WfDMIiIR1 Defendant. 'I! Notices UXKCITOH hereby given that_ I I said You Decedent are hereby: notified that *

Seville has signed up Red I NOTICE TO AI'PKAU AND have filed my final returns as written Instrument purporting to
j I Friday, May 31, at 7:43: Bun I AIVSWKH executrix of to of LEWIS : be the Last Will and Testamentof
i Purvis who will see action this I IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF ', J. SLAUOH. decease; that I have I said decedent has been admittedto
) nell Motor Co. vs. Wadsworth I FLORIDA filed my petition' for distribution probate In said Court.
week. These boys might perk Lumber Co. I TO: MONROE O. WIDNER t and for final discharge, and that I You are hereby commanded within
up the league and the boy will I You are hereby notified that a on June 27th 1963, I will apply to six calendar months from the
suit has been brought again you the Honorable T. K. McKNIQHT, I i date of the first publication of this
j probably show more hustle and NOT"''': : In the Circuit Court of Flagler I 1 County Judge of Flagler County. notice to appear In said Court and
class A Notice Is hereby given that the In Equity, by -Florida, for approval of said final show cause if any yoU can why
we can see some good following described lands or so rl R tEF : ;E Plaintiff I and returns and for an order of dis the action of said Court In admitting -
Softball from here In. much thereof as will be necessary to you are hereby required to file, tribution I and for final dischargeof said Will to probate shouldnot
pay the amount due for taxes hereIn I personally or by attorney, with the executrix of the will of LEWIS stand unrevoked.Seal .
The Merchants looked flashy set opposite same together with Clerk of lAid Court your written J. SLAUUH, deceased. ( ) T. K. McKNIGHT
cost of such sale and advertising, defenses If any. to the Bill In May 23rd. 1963. I|I ynl7rJ ,
with their new Jerseys. Remember will be sold at public auction on Equity In said suit on or before SMiriam R Slaugh ; < County, Florida.
the city league All the 17th day of June 1988, at the I the 10th day of June. A. D. 1963. : Executrix. First publication. on May 16 1963
Tuesday, office of the City Tax Collector In I and also to of your May 23r30 & June 8-13--4to May 18-23-30 & June I-Itc"NOTICE
Star game at 8 P.M. the Community Center Building at I written en.lle.veuoncor .. Osslnsky -' . '--- -- -
10:00 o'clockA. M. In the City of A Krol Attorneys for Plaintiff I i
1 Bunnell. Flagler County inorioa: at their office at 411 Main
CITY LEAGUE STANDING 5.27' All railroad property owned by Street Daytona Beach Florida on
Com-
Florida. East Coast Railway or before the 10th day of June,
W L per within the corporate limits A. D. 1963 as required by the Flor- Notice 1* hereby given that the following described lands will be
gni'he City of Bunnell .... $1.418.97. ida Equity Rules amt herein fall old at public auction at 12 o'clock I noon on the lit day of June A. D.
Wadsworth Lbr, Co. 3 2 600 Nancy C. Rodgers, not or Decree Pro Confesso and : 1983. at the front door of the Flakier County Courthouse In Bunnell
Seville 4 3 571 City Tax Collector Final Decree wilt be entered Flagler County Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
City of Bunnell, Florida against you by default opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising
Bunnell 'Merchants 3 3 500 May 23-80 & June 6-18-4tc That the name of the Court In DALE B. BROWN Tax Collector. Flakier County, Florida.
1 which said suit has been Instituted
Bunnell Motor Co. 3 5 373 IN Till CIRCUIT COURT OF Is the circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Description 9 T It A Taxes & Cost

PONY TAIL LEAGUE. MAY 27 Kh.K'I'KIl <<:COUNTY FI.OKIIIA Circuit of Florida. In and E% ........................_._......... 34 10 28 300 Carter J. M. ..._.__...... 109.69
IN CHAACKHV NO. .66:1: for Flagler County, In Equity. and swv of SEU ...........__. 9 12 29 40 Sacdo, Anthony & PierceJ.
'II W.. L per CARL R. ROBIN that the title of said cause is as E., Jr. ............................ 33.60
Plaintiff herelnabovs set forth. ST. JOiia. Di.'.''' CO AUB
Citizens Bank 3 0 1000
v.. You are further notified that the Tract 3 blk i 11 .:...:.::: .. 14'U 29 II 0 Bass, Charles }I. .....:.. 2.28
I VFW Aux 2 1 667 LOIS MAY HOBIEIpt.ndant nature of said suit Is a suit for Tract 1 Ulk 15 ....._....... '20 12 29 1(0 Knapp George Jr. ...... 2.28
divorce custody of minor children Tract 2 Blk I ........._..... 21 12 29 2<0 Stiller Bernard ............ 3.89
NOTICE TO IIKPKNIITHE and other relief WU tract 1 Blk 6 ..,_.. & .
) as set forth In 21 12 29 II 3 Harrison, Hope W.A.Jr
I ; STATE OF FIX.) DA, TOILOJM Plaintiffs Bill In Equity. ......................,......?,. .78.
1 In medieval England, the saltcellar MAY ROB1E.residence and WITNESS my hand and seal of EMr Tract 1 Bile 10 .._ 27 It 29! II 0 Gangs, Bessie ._..._
j 1 was a social boundary at whose place of unknownYou office at Bunnell, Florida this 8th WJi Tract 2 Elk 6 ...._ 29 12 29 I b Olds W. I. & R'ui .... HI.
I post office address notified are that day of l-b trtAS D. 1963.Circuit W( Tract 1 Elk 8 ...... 29 12 29 1(0 Eldridge, F F ............_ 2.28 '
a cy
hereby
are
the dinner table.
( High ranking ( )
In the ST. JOHNS PARK AUDITION
suit has been filed against
guests sat above the ornate silver above entitled cause; and you are E. A. SMYTHE Lot 80 Blk 14 ................ 30 12 29.. Stiller. B. ......_._.....__._ .79
I hereby required to file your answer as Clerk of Count: ult Court Lot 38 Blk 14 ........ .*.. Halsen, ". .. _. .79
I container, lesser guests below with the Clerk of this Court OSSINSKY of Flagler& KROL Florida. Lot 9 Elk 16 .......*..,...._ > ct.rtoh"Q' : ...:...... 9

I It. King Canute's law pro. and to serve a copy thereof upon Solicitors for Plaintiff ST. JOHNS: PARK DEVELOPMENT CO., sun.
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney 411 Main Street SK Tract 1 & Tract 3 .
: vided that a social climber could whose name and adreRB' Is: Daytona! Beach Florida blk 6 .............................. ,36 12 29 :II(0) Coppersmith B. ...-i:..:..t 4.39

I be "pelted out of his place by MAURICE 114 Bur'e'R n AAGNEItNOTICE May 9-16.23.30-4\c I All LAKE blk niMTON 5 & Tr 1!NUB! blk 6 4 13 '29 61 0 Pellicer, E. L. & Mary 10.3. $

bones at the discretion of the Holly Hill. Floridanot IN THK COLUT OF TilE COUNTY Lot 2 Block 2 .........,..._ .. E. H. ft Ruby .._ .92
II later than June 25th A. D. 1963. JUDGE FI.Ar.LEH COUNTY.FLORIDA 1IAXLKY SUIT
company." If you fall to do so decree pro IN I'HOllATB.f Lot 28 .*........__....._.?.,.... Torrance Tom & Ruby 11.47
confesso will be entered against In re: Estate of Lot -26 .._..._...............'.... Jackson, Paul & Katie. 11.47
I you for the relief demanded In the HELEN LEW ANOOWSKI, LOt ........... . Ceaser, Jack & Jannle 11.47
bill of complaint. 'The nature ofsaid Deceased Lot .9. ..:==:."'"""'":: Adams, Charles Willie 11.47

:I TV SERVICE suit being for hand divorce.WITNESS and .seal of To All Creditors and Persons Lot 121. __........_._.,., ..w Torrance Tom _..._.,.*._ 14.17

said Court this my 21st day of May. Having Claims or Demands Against KNOX JONES SLII... .J 40"-*-fr'M4VLots *fBA ,** u, .,
I A. P., 1963. Said Estate: I T-8-9 Elk A : : ''Bratcher. Carl ......L..r 1,48
ALL MAKES You and each of you are hereby I Lots 1-2-S-15-16-17 Elk '
.! (Official Seal! SMYTHE notified and required to present any I n ................_._..........?..... Bratcher, Carl & Charlotte
Agent For Clerk B. A. of said Circuit Court claims and demands which you, or ......-....:........._...._.... 8.28
R. Harvey, either of you may have against I Lot 7 Elk E..........?...... /"Otddens. Florence 10.12
i By Julia Deputy Clerk the estate of Helen Lewandowskl Lot 13 Elk H........._,...... Toner, Helen M ..:::::: 1.33
RCA & PHILCO May 23-30 & June 8-1I-4to deceased, late of said Countf' to Lot 2 BI k.to': ...1.1KMHIIUA :......_.._ Citizens Bank of Bun.
---.-- the County Judge of Flagler County nell l ..._.........?_...?......_.... 9.27
IN Tim COURT' OF THK COUNTYJMKK Florida, at his office in the court FARMS CO. SUB.
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLO KI.AUI.K.U roi'NTV, house County at Bunnell, Lots 9-10-11-12-13-14.
AND INSTALLED XTATH, OF KLOItlllA. IN I'llO- fwrttl six calendar months blk 8 ............. ..._..._....? Bratcher. Carl ..._......_ 2.78
IU l't:. from the time of the first publication ST. JOHNS! PARK {'O. Sl'B.
IN RK : The Estaet of of this notice. Two copies of Tract 2 Blk 1 ................ 9 12 SO 20)I Flagler Cattle Buyers
TUBES TESTED FREE W. H. DBEN. Deceaiied. each claim or demand shall be In Assn. Inc. ....... 44.41

TO Notice ALL WHOM Is hereby IT given MAY CONCERN that W. W.: :ll: :fdecned shall ol.a office address: Lots TOWN B-6 OF Blk IH'NNELL 91 ......._... Brown Willis Jr. ?,...,. 11.47

1)eea and J. C. ueen filed their of the claimant and shall be swornto Lots 9-10 131 k 91 ............ Wilson, Zackle & Me-
TV BobFLAGLER final report as Executors of the by the claimant, his agent or linda ................, -.? .... 11.97
estate of W, H. DEEN, deceased; attorney and accompanied I by a Lots 3-4 Blk 91 ............ Smith Hattie :.:.. ::::.... 6.74:
that they filed their petition for filing fee of one dollar and such NH lots 1-2 blk 93 ...... Murray Mercedes ._..?. 6.06
final discharge' and that they will claim or demand not so filed shall 8VVH lots 11.12 Silk 93 .:Emanuel Hazel _.__..,., 19.68
BEACH apply to the Honorable T. K. Mc- be void.H. Lots 8.4 Blk 120 ......... McGee, R. P. A Ruth .. 70.95
KNIGHT, County Judge of Flagler! T. Cook, Lots 9-10 Elk 129 _... Bass, Richard & Ruby 8.36:
I PHONE HE 9-2204 \ County Florid., on the 27th day. As executor of the Last Lot 4 blk ISO _.._......._. Davis Beauty & Grls-
Will\ land Testament of by, UtorgU,, ,. 5.20
of June, 1983 for approval of same R/W ... / ,? ?
lieleh'Lewattdowskl Lots 3-4
dect'ltlledMir except
and for final discharge as Executors
P'VT '" r.-'j of the' estate of W. H. Peen publication May 16, 1963 of us No.1 & SR 100 Chllds. Jerry & Pearl .. 1.83
16-2J-30 & June 64tcIN NE 25' lots 3-4 ex Bk ?
deceased" on this 10th day of May.
MUSICTennessee 26 page 1tWkJ1JI. Shaw Flora ...,.._._....'.. 2.50
; I Ij 1963.First May Bird, 1963. Till CIllCt'IT COl'RT IN ANn Lot 8 ex .
publication:
StyleBY W W. DEEN J. C. DEEN KOH KLACiLKIt COl'NTY, FLOIt. 1 Elk 167 .................... Italian EMil ..__...... 14.67Kennedy
Executors of the estate of IDA IN CHANCERY NO. 4420 Lot 2 Elk 168 ......_._ Mary...*._..... 14.17
,V. II. Deen. deceased. J. S. OLEASON. JR.. Lot 6 Blk 169 Johnson Lillie Mae .... 16.87
j May 28-80 & June 8-U-Hc As Administrator I of Veterans'Affairs The southerly 100 feet .
Walt Graves&Carl of Elk 298 ex Bk 52 ; .'
I Spicer IN TUB CIRCUIT OOl'IlT OF Plaintiff, pg 174 ...._.._..._..___. >' ? Modern Gas:: & Appliance -
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till! KLAJIKH IN CHANCERY NO. 4033 JAMES R. MOYER and wife LINCOLN UTS SUII e4?
SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. HELEN HOLLED JOANNE E. MOVER. FRANK E. Lot 9 Blk 4 ................_ Mills, Gladys ...._......_.... 1.13
PlaintiffJOHN pont MEAn. SR., and wife CAItVEIl; MID :
LETTER OF MARQUE r CottA L. Lots 9-10 Blk 1IM'NNKLL Lee, Jerry ._?._.,_.._. 2.00
ROLLED DODIMEAD.Defendant.. o i T'tTO.' v -

COCKTAIL LOUNGE ': Defendant. NOTICE TO AI'I'. An Lot 14 Elk 4 ......"?.._.... Underwood. Joe & An-
& RESTAURANT NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF nIe ._.........-_.....;;... j.ruL 1.29
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: FLORIDA: TOWN OF OfPONT:
5 Miles So.' of Marineland JOHN ROLLED TO: JAMES R. MOYER and wife, Lot 8 Elk 20 _............_ Harrlwon O. W. ...t.,,,,., .79
whose residence and JOANNE E. MOYER, HUDSON, Lots 6-7 Elk 28IIUNNKLL ............ Carmlcheal, W. H. .... .79
AlA. post office adddress are unknown OHIO. IF:{'. CO. StH.
on You are hereby notified that a suit YOU, James R. Moyer and wife Tr 2 Elk A ...__............ 28 1230 20 Meade, H. 1. .__,-?,??, 3.89
has been filed against you In the Joanne E. Moyer are hereby no. ST. JOHNS DRY co. sun
,, above entitled cause; and you are titled that a Complaint to foreclosea Tr 11 Elk 11 ...._........?.. 31 12 38 10 Benton, Mabel k. -*...... 2.28. .
r, hereby required to file your answer certain mortgage on the following JOHNSON: IIKACH Sill.; '
with the Clerk of this Court and described property, to-wlt: Lots 8-9 Elk 1 ..........?? Taylor, S. A. & Joyce .. 1.26
i to serve a copy thereof upon the Lot 1 the Southerly 70 OUPONT ESTATES SUB.
PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER plaintiff, or plaintiff's attorney, feet thereof and Lot 2, except 37
whose name and address Is: the Southerly 70 feet thereof Lot 25 ................_.........-... 88 10 31 9.09 Marine Realty Co. ._ 22.78
j RAY 8ELDENHelden and except the Westerly 10 feet RANT TO HERNANDEZ ?
i Building thereof Block 4. Palm Harbor Book 67 page 305 ._....... 40 10 31 15.72 Esposlto A Co. .--,.,80.79
Daytona Beach, Floridanot a resubdl-I JOSE! PARK St'II. '
later than June 10 A. D. 1963. vllfonblet.eJ; fe Subdivisionas Lot 17 ............................... Haynes F. S. & Edith 6.81 -
M. If you fall to do so. decree pro recorded In Plat Book 1. ARTES1A !I.'II.
Phillip Whitley confesso will be entered againstyou page 22 of the Public Records Lot 14 Elk 4 .................. r Que-Ess Laboratories,
for the relief demanded In the of Flagler County Florida Inc '....._._......... ..:_, %.38
bill of complaint The nature of ADDITION TO ARTESIA
P. O. Box 1741 said suit being for divorce. Together with all structuresand South 306' of N 1228.75'
WITNESS my hand and seal of Improvements now and of that of Sec 22 >
St. Augustine, Florida said Court this 7th day of May. hereafter on said land and the B of Ilan ex bk
I A. I). 19(3.(0'BelEl. rents Issued, and profits of the 49 pave 55 & except
Neat) above described property (pro O. It bk 8 page 100 22 11 SI 0.15 Miller, Frank & Lillian 3.$&
Phone ID 7-3282 AiYTHE vided however, that the Mortgagor KANAIIA IIKACH St'B.
Clerk of said' Circuit Court shall be entitled to collect The south 306' of the
Bunnell, Florida By Julia R. Harvey and retain the said rents north 1228.75' of Govt
Deputy Clerk Issues and profits until default 101 E of old canalex .
May 18.U3IUc hereunder) : and all fixtures bk 49 page 65 &
now or hereafter attached to ex O. R. bk S pg 100 23 11 31 1.10 .Miller Frank & Lillian '8.74
or used In connection with the !SUNRISE BEACH

R i remises addition herein thereto described the following and* Lot 4 BlkIH'NNKLL 8 ...._....._...._. .. Janslc. J.W. J"'- 2.96
DEV. CO. SUB. )'
described household appliances -
Notice Is hereby given' that the following described lands or .o much which are, and shall be Tr 9 blk B ___ 3 12 31 10 Harrison D. W. -L. 2.28
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein deemed to be. fixtures and a Part 8H of tract 4 bk
set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising part of the realty, and are a 36 page 115 ...._..w._,. 11 IS 31 0.1S Peril Mike i.f jWlckllne
will be sold at auction on the Srd day of June 19 J. at the portion of the security for the MOODY SUII. \
I office of the City"P Tai Collector In the Community Center Building at Indebtedness herein mentioned: Lots 1-2-3 Blk S3 .._ George .___.. 1.90
;I 10:00 o'clock A. M. In the City of Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida.;: I Electric Hot Water Beater Lot B Elk 51 ___ Wickline, G. E. Ethel 8.74
Lots S-4. Block 91 Grant :Wilson .........._....-. 'I.4.130! Westomatlc Mod. R. O. E. 40 Lots 22-23-24 blk 64 _. Wlckllne. G. E. tc Ethel 43.81
Lots 5-8.: Block 91 :::::::::-...:::::::: :::: Zackle A Mellnda Wilson. 4.80: (40 gal. capacity) 1 Oil Fired AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK

lots 9-10. Block 91 ...._.....-..._.-....... Willis Brown Jr. .- n.1I Hot Air I Heater Monogram B1019E Lot 23 blk 63 Newell, Ray 3, -.____ 115.11
SW% Iota 11-11. Block 98 .....-..... Hazel Emanuel ?. 87.38 10.000 B'iIU OCEAN CITY SUB
lots -. R. P. &: Ruth McGee ....._. 43.80 has been filed against you and you I Lot S .......__...._._?......_ Kressly, Eva ..__
Lots l 3.-46-Block: rllcll" ::: :=:: Rlley King .__ 9.10 are required to serve a copy of '. 3.74Kressly
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l.ot.10.. Block 189Nty ............-...-- Richard & Ruby Bass ........ 4.80 your Answer or Pleading to the Lot 8 blk 5 .... ..._,
Block i:9Ii Eloise B. King ...--...-.... 6.60 Complaint on '. -- va. Eva __ I.U
4. tf1I klli S ...._... ...:::::::::=:::: Georgia Orlsby ...._.........._... 11.25 e,. H. T. Cook. Citizens Bank attorn-I Lot Lot 21 31-32 blk blk 7 _____.._._. Andrew., J. E ._ 1.74
NE\4 lots T.'. Block ISO .................. Allle Hunter ..._._...._... 20 I Ing. Bunnell. Florida<< and 26 fIle Eva -
Lot 9 blk 28 tieloris ,
Lots 34. Block 181 ............................ Annie Johnson ...........__...._ II.(3 original Answer or Pleading EOO-- :.j === IU:
8% lots 11-12 Block 181 ........... Anna Johnson ....-................ 2.60 office of the Clerk of the CircuitCourt n I !I
NK 2S' lot S NE 25' 0Ff.2 lot on or before the 17th day of I Lot SO blk 3 f, Warner If. '* ft Sarah
Block Flora Shaw .................__.. I.SO I June A. D. 1963. If Ir..uff to ( Lot 15 blk S-___.... Barnwell.. Richard 1:1: :
SW' 4nAir's"ei"cept"R7V do so. judgment by willbe 1 Lot 7 blk 9 _..._..._ Gardiner, George & Josephine

Usaot Block 1e.. ._....... .._.. W. H. & Carrie Bill aO.llo taken against you for the relief _- 341
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lots 8-9. Block KS ... ..--... w. T. Ie Willie May Moles n.1II demanded In the Complaint. Lot 11 blk 11 ?__........ Smith Edith W. _JZ! 2.'.
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Lot 3 Block 167 Italian Elell ...._...._.....-0 11.00 I This notice shall be publishedonce Lot 10 blk 11 _.._. Adklns, W. n. A Ruby
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each week for four Lots 5.' blk 14 __
Lot 4 / vv8- : 1: Block consecutive ? Gardiner, O. F. & Josephine
11 T except_. _..____..._.._._._. italian Elel1 ....._.._._.._... .00 weeks In The Flagler Tribune, I -. , <.
Block 16t Mary Kennedy Bunnell, Florida. I Lot 8 blk S3 ___ Zuenno, Evelyn
Lot *' loT 18.-'Block 168 Clara. Mitchell ._.::::::=::= 33.761 I Done and Ordered at Bunnell. MOORS SUB. \\f

HK NW 2 28'lot lot 11.11,All Block 168 -. -...-.. Eloise Kin -..-.......-- 11.00 Flagler County Florida this 14th! Lot 9 blk 1 ........._..... Patrick, Ben F. A: Caro-
Frac. lot 5. Block 189 -..----- Lillie Mae Johnlon _. n.sa t day of ::1i A. D. 1963.Court SMYTHE '; lyn ,., 69.71
Lots 1.7Dlock 201 ......--.--. Ralph Eo Harbert 4.10 ( B. A. I ATLANTA BRACK SCB.Lots .
lot 6. Block 101 .. ........-._--____ Citizens Dank of Dunnen I.U Clerk Circuit Court 1 to C Inc blk S h3' J. Ur *: Jean 25.10
lot 7. Frac. Block 26. Unknown 1.11I Flagler County, Floridait Lots 1 to 9 Ilk S ___ Wood J, 28.S9
lots 4-8. Block 1, Lincoln Hts i b. Jasper .I Mary Anderson 11.110 I T. CookAttorney WARREN PARK ESTATE SUB
\ lots 2-8. Block 8. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Ed 4 Lucy London ___ 3.71 for PlaintiffP. I Lots 39 SO blk E BodUn. John .._
Lot H. Block 4, Bunnell Home- O. Box 8Bunnell. 'TOWN or FAVORETTA jj
itltet Sub .. ......-... .. .....-'...... Joseph A Annie Underwood 6.38 Florida S% of NEIL of NKU"A:
NANCY C. RODGERS, City Tee I Collector, City of Bunnell. Florida May 11-23-30 A June I-(to NE% of 8K14 of NEK 17 IS 31 SO Prestige Builders Inc ? '..01r

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PAGE, EIGHT fIE FLAGLEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday May 30, 1963'j'
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Jects involved. I:Seed, he states, Is spread by water .
Hunting Rules The final regulations will be !I and by sticking to animals.In .

fa9fer. Beach set at a commllone meeting experimental trials at Ona,
Changes For in Tallahassee in July. I Dr. McCaleb reports that the

I herbicide, dalapon, gave the best
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1963-64 SeasonCentral control. An application of five
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS i Pesky SmutgrassIs i pounds active ingredients per
Florida recommended
sportsmen
" NEWS I The Women's Missionary Society I
CHURCH
acre applied either as a spotor
( 1 Sunday school Is at 9:45 A. M. of the First Baptist Church four major changesin Threatening I broadcast treatment 85
gave
with classes for all ages. At the held its regular monthly meet i iI the hunting rules and regu- cent or better kill of Smut-
11 A. M.:worship hour Rev. R. W. I ing at !the church Tuesday after !I lations for the 1963-64 hunting Florida Pastures per grass. Smutgrass was also foundto
Dickert will conclude his messages noon. Punch and dainty tea season, according to Don South. I
be much susceptible to dala
'on "Three Dimensions of cakes were served during the well, Commissioner for the Central Florida is being invaded by a .
than Pangola, BahIa, Bermuda
the Divine Forgiveness." presentation of the program Florida Region of the Game pest introduer which threatensto pon
and White clover"a
with cards placed at each setting and Fresh Water Fish Commis turn improved pastures into grasses -

MrJand: Mrs. George recording the events of that sion. :' unproductive waste areas. The searcher very promising said. find, the, re

Sr., entertained Mr. MoodY'1 I particular year in the historyof The recommendations were culprit Is Smutgrass, a musty,
John Nelson and children Pam the WMU. Those taking part presented at three public meet. smutt'covered grass which cat. "Constant policing Is necessary
. ela and Jerry, last Thursday.I I.on the program were: Mrs. J. C. ings held in St. Augustine, Lees. tie refuse to eat. to prevent reinfestatlon of

The occasion was the birthdayof Weaver, Mrs. Robert Rummlll, burg and Cocoa Beach. According to Dr. J. E. Mc the invader," the station's re

Mrs. Nelson. After visiting Mrs. A. F. Stevens, Mrs. Louella Hunters in Putnam, St. Johns, Caleb, agronomist with the Agricultural searcher wans, pointing out that

. Marlneland, the Moodys served Fleurle and Mrs. Henry Shill. Flagler, Volusla and Brevard i Experiment the soundest management procedure .
+ ., pink and white birthday cake Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. Counties asked that no dove I Range Cattle Station StatlonS'1 is to obtain prompt kill
;'" and Ice cream ,to their guests and worship hour is at 11 o'clock hunting be allowed in the portions ranchers should take, of scattered bunches of Smut

: i In their: home In Venice Park. with Rev. Atlee Stevens, minis. of their counties that lie tlon to remove ,this grass as grass.

The Nelsons recently moved I ter. Training Union begins at east of the St. Johns River until soon as It is found In,their pas. o va. .. ""
here from Kentucky. 6:45 P.M. and evening worship tures. He explains that the
the regular season on quail,
D6NT F FORGET
is at 7:45.Baptist: -
l' I turkey and deer In the grass is a serious invader in im
opens
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, I region. proved pastures on sandy soils Flagler Beach Barbershop'j]
of peninsula Florida, however, It Is Open
:Sr., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bible !
I. I. Moody and Howard and Hunters in St. Johns, Volusla, is found south of a general line Dick Langdon Your Barber

\'\ Nancy In Lake City last Mon. School Flagler and Brevard Counties stretching from Oklahoma to -It Pays To Look Well"
'day. I OpensAt also asked for staggered-day Virginia In peninsula Florida, \ XVrf N 'S S 'N /VXVSS-
hunting east of the St Johns
the
Is
grass a perennial and
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Flagler BeachThe River while the remainder of with favorable weather con
Mrs. W. A. Babbitt and daughter I I
. Mrs. Irene Bolllnger, arrived Vacation Bible School I the region requested everyday ditions will seed year .long The' $%.50 A Year In Advance
in Ocala
hunting except the Na I -
Wednesday from Augusta, Ga., will open at the Flagler Beach tional Forest where the stagger. .i.
to visit with her son, James Arthur I Baptist Church Monday morning'
ed-day hunting system was
rec
J: Babbitt, and several grand. I at 8:30: Mrs. Mae Shill said to. ] ommended. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

) .'children and friends. day. I'
Preparation day will be from 1 A spring turkey gobbler sea .' A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Dhector
I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Perritt and 9 to 11 o'clock Saturday morn II'II son has been requested for cer JOHN HARDIN. Associate

'': daughter, Vicky, moved Into ing at the church and will be lain areas. It would open t .
' / their new home at 315: Second followed by a parade. The around the last of March and AIR LADY J, OXYGEN?

f': Ave. last week. The Perrltts, who I 1 I school will run through Monday, continue for 15 days which I corornoNEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
' are owners of the Flagler Food June 14. Mrs. Ethel Humill will I' would include three weekends. ATTENDANT ;AMBULANCES: '

.Store, recently bought the home I serve as principal this year. Southwell said these changesare ..
from Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Linde. Mrs. Shill said all children are controversial and that he I Phone ID 7-3532

. roth.: i Invited ito attend the sessions of would. like to hear from any .'
, I the Bible School. ,' interested hunters, on the subBuy. col E.: MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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METHODIST CHURCH NEWS .
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Next Sunday will be Loyalty '
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Sunday and all members are _'_ ______

I asked to be present. There will I i
.' i be, installation of the officers of _
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the Woman's Society of Christian I jrp4 __
Service and the Methodist ]: it
Men's Club. Church school is at ,
9.43: A. M. and worship hour is
at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold

Hoover, minister.
Following the worship service
there will be a fellowship din. 0v

ner and the official board will

I meet after the dinner.
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