Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00542
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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: June 6, 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: VID00542
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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{i Hospital Bonds Louis TradPasses j| School Board [Funeral Monday I; lions Club Invites

To Be Ready Away I Will Pay Across Afternoon For !'i All Interested in 'f

By July First Tuesday Night I I The Board Raise Mrs. Ethel Bray Carnegie Course

I Louis Trad resident of Flag. Mrs. Ethel Bray, wife of James ,

I: In an interview Wednesday I .her County for the past 37 years The Flagler Board of Public I Bray of Bunnell passed away ,I The Bunnell Lions Club is inViting -
:!t. with representatives of the! passed away at 10 o'clock Tues [ instruction in session Tuesday Saturday evening at the local those Interested 11the

: Temple Bond Service Company day evening in the local hospital I morning voted to give the $350 I hospital after a long illness. 'I Dale Carnegie training courseto

"' of St Petersburg, they stated a I after a long illness. lIe Increase across the board salary She was a member of the First I II a free demonstration-explana

charter has been granted for the I was 75 years of age. ( Increase: as provided by the I Baptist Church of Bunnell and I lion meeting of the Dale Carnegie

; Flagler Clinic and Hospital I Mr. Trad was born in Baalek, legislature. :had resided here for the past I Course. The workshop will

i Foundation, Inc., to operate asa Lebannon, and came to the i It agreed to go along with the eight years coming here from' be held at the Bunnell Civic

t non-praifLt, tax-free corpora I United States in 1908. He movedto interpretation of the finance de-I Jacksonville. She was 65 years Center tonight, June 6th at 7:57.:
r Daytona Beach in 1925 from I partment on the conditional of age. 'This workshop Is a down-to-

: tion.They said the bonds will be Milwaukee Wis. He operated raise Increase of one and two Funeral services was held at earth practical approach to the

:, ready for issue on or before garage on Volusia Ave. in Daytona I I hundred dollars. I 3:30 Monday afternoon from the I leadership problems that face \
July 1. Money for the bond sale Beach several months before First Baptist Church with the most of us in business today"
I It also for
I' approved a plan
will be used to purchase the coming to Flagler County. pastor Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., members of (he club and District I
renting the swimming pool at
present corporation. as "a going Here he was engaged In. the I I the Mil-Ton Motel for the Bun- officiating. lie was assisted by Manager Calvin L. Walkerof I
business" for the bond ,holders farming and cattle industry. lie;,' nell School swimming instruction Rev. Everett Babb of the Beach the Carnegie Course said.

who will have sole managementof owned and operated a farm\ on;I I'r for the summer recreation Baptist Church of Daytona George Moody Jr., Lions Club
the hospital it was stated. Highway 100 where he grew' Interment followed at the Es. president, said "this is the sec
I program. To help pay the rent
They said trustees elected early Irish potatoes and also I I t for the pool, those participating panola Cemetery. Pallbearerswere ond attempt to organize a Dale I

each year by ithe bond holders truck tarmi g. i 1 I will pay ten cents each day of Homer Brooks, Clyde Lewis, Carnegie Course here and all
i will have the authority and I Blon Matherly A. M. McDanlet those Interested in enrolling in
He was a member of the participation
duty of setting policies for the I I I Raymond Smith and L. E. Wads- the 14-week course are urged to
Catholic Church and was a
operation of the hospital. j' The board voted to employ a worth. attend the meeting Thursday
charter member of Post
L; The $150,000 bond issue will I I' Flagler teacher for physical educationand Survivors include her husband night },
115 of The American Legion of
h be used to refinance the equip. I Ir I Bunnell. I drivers education courses at James Bray of Bunnell; This program will consist of
He was an active member I ,1
ment, purchase the hospital's:i of'the post until his health. Carver High School.: Also to buy three daughters Mrs. Ann Lindsay an interesting self-Improvement 'l
... equity hi the equipment, and I failed. '. I $300 worth' of materials for the I of Jacksonville; Mrs. Hattie worshop with "rememberingmade '
make certain renovations and I school and $150 worth of ma. I Mae Parker and Mrs. Ethel I easy, how to overcome our
additions to the plant. The new! lie is survived by ,his wife,I I terials for the Bunnel] school.In I; Miller of Fernandina; one. step. I I'I I fears and inhibitions develop. I II I

corporation will also have a Mrs. Nazhla Trad Bunnell; :! other routine business, the 'I daughter, Mrs. Laveda: Kleffer of I ling a more postlvo attitude" and "i I
daughters Mrs. Martha Kl-
lease on the" building with a four board voted to advertise for bids| I: Miami. Also surviving are eight. other Interesting subjects.
purchase agreement, it was ley, Quebec, Canada; Mrs. Naz on a new 54-passanger bus; to I grandchildren and 13 great
hla Ann Milholland, Miami;I
stated. grandchildren.
rehire the present secretariesfor I
': Mrs. Jeanette Anderson, Houston,'
The bonding company representatives I Bunnell, Flagler Beach and Arrangements were under direction '
said they were hereto I Texas; Kay Trad, Holly Hill; I Carver schools; to purchase new : of Craig Funeral Home Flagler Beach ",
Introduce the to the Four sons, Peter of Phoenix, of Bunnell.
1.: program
typewriter for Bunnell school of.
iJ; public so that Flagler Jounty' I Ariz; Louis, Jr., of Jacksonville; : flee; discussed prices and equipment Summer Prorgam .
Sam and Charles of Bunnell. I I 'I
n citizens will have the c;vortun-
; for new kindergarten
I- Two brothers, George Trad of The ,summer beginning June J
ity to own and op--rate the hospital Notables VisitFla9ler..Coujnty
e : : schools; accepted bid from R. C.
Flagler Beach will have its
Lafayette, Mo. and Sam Tradof I ,,17 ;
t' as a community hospital. J Tillman for pest control at the I recreational
t The Temple Bond Service Co. Milwaukee. Also survivinggranddaughter. schools build! : program. ,..... ,
;' ,Beach <
r.rrliriiitndS! tli" alld.;.dne chl1dl"ettron.1..grade one ;
the bond saleT&nd; re f
Isconducting I' 'The-o aPprannecflo f die ded ,. '
through grade will be
will be glad !ito explain the de. ,. repairs at the three school Fallout Shelters f"
eligible to participate In the
Funeral service will be held
tails to those interested. Those I buildings to be made during the ,
l wishing to purchase bonds may I'I'l from St. Stephens Catholic I I A delegations from the Asso program. They will meet W. E. ,
apply at the hospital where Mrs. Church at 9 o'clock Saturday summer vacation. | elation for Commun ty.wlde Protection I IVnnell, Jr., the director:' 'at Flag- ,t
Voted to employ Mrs. Lois I IHlgginbotham
morning. The Rosary will be at from Nuclear Attack her Beach Elementary School at
Elma Drady or member of '
any '
I the Craig Funeral Chapel at 8 as teacher- Inj j Gainesville Inspected the 9:45: : A M., June 17th.
the staff will accept applica Of//
the Flagler school
sys j The will consist of l'
tions. They will also be able o'clock Friday evening. Inter tem. out shelters of Flagler program
to give any information concern' ment will be in Hope Cemetery. I last Saturday Raymond ? recreational activities only, to
f; ing the bond sale. 'Members of The American f Flagler County civil defense director which will Include games of all ,
The -company representatives Legion will serve as paljbear- 8aidtoday.( ( kinds and also swimming in

pointed' out that if the community ers with the charter members Paper CompanyGives I Those in the delegation were Robert Henderson's pool three
wants to have a home-owned serving as active pallbearers. I Dr. Arthur Broyles, professor of I I I afternoons a week. on.sw1m'I

1,;' and home-operated hospital they Friends may call at the Craig To PublicRecreation physics, Howard Murray supt I II I mere will be given instructor
Y how have the opportunity to Chapel from noon Friday until I of central heating and power,!1[ There will also be teen dances

k purchase the bonds. the service hour. Area Karl Lundgren, personnel director at the Recreation Center
Temporary officers of the new In lieu of flowers, the family of Sunland, E. S. Holmes, I The hours of the program are
corporation are Dr. John. M. Ca- requests that memorial contribu- Recently St. Regis Paper Co., rural civil defense of the Florida I 9:30 A. M. to 11 and 1:30: to 3

nakaris medical director and tions may be made to the Can- In cooperation with the Govern Extension service, Byron Spang- in the afternoon.

trustee; H. T. Cook, secretary cer Society or Heart Fund. or's Committee on Outdoor Recreation Iler and Mrs. Spangler (he Is professor I I Assisting Mr. Fennell will be

, and trustee; O. F. Alford, treasurer I and the Florida Wildlife of civil engineering), Albert Paul Staton and Harry Kuleskt)

i'_ and trustee. Commission, cleared and" Edgar, president of Kaolin I
On completion of the bond To Sell equipped a large area for recreation Mines and Leland Hughlett research j I II
sale the bond holders will meet County on their lands at Shell :'( scientist for pulp mills City Commission '

I; and elect seven to serve as Brick Bluff. The area was officially:| and timber headquarters all of I:
t trustees. Permanent officers will open for public use last Friday,;, these were from the University Carload
t-' be elected from the board of afternoon. of Florida. Buying t

[, trustees. Espanola RoadThe In the presence of officials of I I Howard Along with this group was Pipe on Low Bid
Taylor, Flagler county
Board of County Commissioners the company a large number of .
Its ; I I agricultural agent and Civil Defense The State Board of Health
at meeting Monday
other visitors;. Bill Baker forestry
METHODIST BIBLE decided to advertise for sale the marl er' for the company Director Smith. Sanitation Officer, Mr. HIckey of

SCHOOL CLOSES old paving brick now being!i, opened 'the ceremonies and then Then on Sunday W. Miller Putnam County, met with the I
with between engineer for the Alachua Boardof City Commission Monday nightto
replaced new paving I introduced John A. Clegg who
FRIDAY MORNING Bunnell and Espanola. County Commissioners, viewed discuss a number of sanitaryproblems
gave a running history of the
t R: Mrs. Becky Clegg director of Theboard is advertising in:1 area that will be Used. Mr. Clegg the shelters for the commisslon. here. He is filling inhere
the Bunnell Methodist Church this issue of The Tribune that: said hit information came froma during the time Flagler
will receive sealed Smith said "notes were made County !is without'a sanitation
r Bible School said the school the board number of "old-timers" who
opened Monday with an enroll., bids on July 1 at 9 A.M. in the knew the place as far back as and many questions were asked officer.
ment of 74.<< There are 13 leaders Clerk of Circuit Court's Office I the early years of this century. by the group, Including Dr. Mr. Hickey and the commission
of the church who are assisting for sale of the brick in lots of Broyles who was much impress also discussed the mosquito -

with the school. 1.000, 5,000, 10,000 and 20.000 I The area is located under giant ed and extremely Interested In control problem here, and
The closing program will be 1 with a minimum of 1,000 anda oak trees with fresh drinking Flagler1 activity, He said Flag told of the control work In Put-

at 10 o'clock Friday morning.Mrs. limit of not more than 20,000to water picnic tables, outdoor ler's position was good with nam County They also discussed {
Clegg said everyone Is Invited any one person. grills and sanitary facilities. It !shelters for Its citizens and that methods of a control pro \
': to attend this session of The bricks are to be sold II was designed to accommodate he hoped all counties would gram with the State Health De

the school ; "as are and where they are." I approximately 60 persona The take this position. ." partmentThe \
I The bricks have been in the I facilities may be used by groups city for the past two years

FLAGLEB WOMAN'S old Dixie Highway since the early I a maximum of 73 hours It was Handicraft On has carried on a fogging program

CLUB MEETSWEDNESDAY years of this century. They were stated, and .It Is necessary to that Is considered only a

covered with asphalt a numberof make reservations with company 'Summer Prorgam temporary measure of :mosquito

The Flsffler Woman's Club years ago but many of them employees for its use by groups. control. I
will meet June 12th at 9:30: A.M. are still In excellent condition. In addition to the the picnic Mrs. Viola Tonkin will be In The commission: voted to accept '

\, at the clubhouse. When the brick were taken up and camping area, a boat ramp charge of the handicraft classesof the bid of Davis Meter and
Publicity Chairman Flossie! between Bunnell and Flagler is at the waters edge of Lake the Summer Recreation (Program Supply Co. of Thomasvllle, Ga,

Haines said plans will be made Beach some of them were used I Crescent for use by boat own at the Bunnell High as the low bidder for a carload t r

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E TWO THE FLAGlER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, .tLO.tIDA. Thursday, June 6, 1963
f 1-hit to'5-0 JuUous Smith,1 Clearwater! '! -
game. team and idle in the last two
getting a double and going altar games, i is leading the league
: I as third. Painter scored in JULIUS SMITH HITS with a 538 average. F. Todd, 0-2,
; PORTS I the first inning on a walk, a'' NO. 4'.HOME RUN j I i i i slipped into second place with a
i I single and fielders choke to go I II I i 'Julius Smith hit No. 4 home]529 average. Ronnie Walls, 3 for
........... I ahead 10. Jack Drews struck I i,I run to give the home run twins 4, put him into third place.
I out 14 in 6 innings. The city
I" Wells has 5 and Is
; ( ,NC' ) ,- leaguers played better ball after
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j Russell
leading the city league.
'... '-" ,' '- . they got accustomed to playing !,[Yelvington hit his second of the W. Townsend WLC 13 Ab 7 H OTg 538

with nine men. season to give Seville a total F: Todd, BMC' 17 9' 529R.
.DREWS-BURNS had two hits each. Saolna pitch of 12. Seville needs tm-ee'! more .
The boys all played good ball Wells, Sev 28 14 '500
:PITCH SHUTOUTS ed good ball alter the first In I
and did a good Job. Jack Drews J .Whitaker, Mer 12 6..500
when the Painters scored record
; Hubert .Burns pitched 1-hit ping gave the boys some pointers onj 1 I Hlgginbothambmc, 25 .,12 '. 480
4 3 hits and 1
ball with Joe Kelly getting the runs on error. a few pitches while he was I T. Pinner WLC 11 5' 454
first hit, a single in the sixth Lamar Jones played a cool) warming up for the second game. ,TOWNSEND LEADS . C Sheffield, BMC 23-.. 10 434B.
;land going to second on a' fielders game on third. Rookie Walter Painters will play the Clearwater j CITY LEAGUE BATTERS Henry, Sev 21. 9 428
!choice. Burns struck out 13, win. j.Townsend played a nice game Bombers, world champs, June)I Walter Townsend, rookie 'first D. Metts WLC 19 8 421
nirig 70. Hobby and Watson I on first The second game was a 22nd in a double header in baseman "of. the Wadsworth .(Continued on page 8)) ,.II
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Phone Inventor tion and Training." ven ion of the telephone. He r-
I I Dr. Bell's Association continues used the money to set up the 0. r. ALFORD PAL PARKER'S. INC.
Pioneered In work that had Interested the inventor Volta Laboratory Association in i Registered Automotive Specialty Center
since his youth. His the carriage house of his father's tHAKRft ItKLINKIt SKLMt I
father Alexander Melville Bell home in the Georgetown sectionof Real Estate Broker j: "'OR1)ClKYfOIMTPI.YMO'4TDOTI
Teaching DeafA devised Visible Speech, a system Washington.The i BonaelL Florida RRS ,....
i t>40 Mason Ave. Daytona
which to
pioneering organization es. gave a symbol each new laboratory developed
tablished by Alexander Graham position taken by speech organsIn the graphophone the first com I
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Bell today carries on the work reproducing sounds. Young mer tally successful recording
dearest to the great inventor's Bell mastered the system, and machine. Dr. Bell used 'his share
heart. one of his earliest Journals, from the sale of !the grapho 24 HourWrecker .R.
dated 1868 describes how he
The Alexander Graham Bell phone patents to endow the Vol. Service
Association for the Deaf, found. taught speech to four deaf chil i ta Bureau and build a home for

I ed in 1890, continues to lead dren. I It across the street from the Bell
deaf children from bewildering After the Bell family moved house. In 1890, Dr. Bell foundedthe
\ silence into the world of hearing from their native Scotland, Alexander I Volta Speech Association for Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.

people.At Graham Bell opened a the deaf, which later was re
"school of vocal physiology" in named in his honor. He also I -
time when authorities
a most
held that deaf children: Boston Through his work, he found time to serve as second v Grove: Farm Industrial Equipment

were doomed to mutism, Dr. Dell met his future wife Mabel Hub president of the National Geographic .I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
bard, who had been deaf sincean
firmly believed that they could Owner Bunnell, Florida
attack of scarlet
be taught to speak and, by lip. fever as a The staff and volunteers of
small child, but had learned
to the Volta Bureau and the Alexander
reading, learn to 0 understand --
read lips and speak with facility. '
others. : Graham Bell Association
Inspired by his wife's achieve I
Even until his death, in 1922, ment, Dr. Bell determined that for the Deaf carry on theirfounder's FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
when asked to state his work always mindfulof
profession "no deaf child in America shall
Dr. Bell replied proudly, Dr. Bell's words: "One of the
be allowed to grow up mute AMBULANCE
greatest achievements in the
"I am a teacher of the deaf. 0
without earnest and persistent pHONE VAlley|| 4,625
Worldwide Membership world is that of the child born
efforts been SERVICE
having made to "
who learns to talk.
Dr. Bell's Association has 4,. :.teach him to speak and read ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
000 members in every state and IPS- Subscribe for The Flogler 1'rUnuIei
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance We
in 46 countries, the National
Geographic Society says. Its Telephone Kelps Deaf J1SO A Tear In Advance are always at your service: with promptness, safety and

headquarters is the Volta Bu- When the telephone proved experience
reau housed in a Grecian s+tyJe successful, Dr. Bell wrote to his
building in Washington, D. C. mother; "Now we shall have PETERSON TEXACO Equipped With Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator

Founded by Dr. Bell In 1887, money enough to teach speech SERVICE Garcia Funeral HomeP.
the Volta Bureau is the world'i to little deaf children." ROAD SERVICE

leading information center about In 1880, France awarded Dr. Light Mechanical Work E.: GARCIA Licensed Funeral Directory ;
deafness. The Bureau's libraryon Bell its Volta Prize of 50,000 Phone 4374441 Bunaell LADY ASSISTANT
deafness and speech, basedon francs, About $10,000, for his in rAVWWUVWWWKu
Dr.. Bell's personal collection, -- --

is probably the largest in the . .. :... . r
world, containing books in more. ., .,.. ... :.., ,0,,,,... .," \ I t I,
than 20 languages. J. :,' :. ".., ; y, ;If. a aI
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England modeled its Nation. I 0", 1. '' a 4t*

al Institute for (the deaf along
the lines of the Volta Bureau,

and Japan followed the preceptsof "Happy Motoring" with Esso
Dr. Bell in revising its methods .
of teaching the deal
Through the Bureau, the Association
answers requests for
information and guidance from

librarians, hospitals, physicians,
nurses, teachers in training gov- # 4 ** '
ernment bureaus, sociology students .
and graduate students j
seeking material for theses. : for MonthL'DE'L'
Every year, thousands of par. Special
ents of deaf children ask the ,
Association for help. They receive
an information kit that

tions answers about the deaf most children frequent, a ques list I .

of books and pamphlets, Information ,
on educational and vo > : of June '

cational services, and the ad. "
dresses of groups of parents who
have deaf children.

These mothers and fathers ,
meet to discuss mutual. prob
lems. One hundred parents' or. .
ganlzations in 'the United States
and Canada are affiliated with LubricationWITH
the Bell Association. It preparesa
newsletter for them, and sends
speakers, films, and tape record
ings to their meetings. Deaf
persons who have learned to
I' flLL
talk are unfailing source of in. OIL CHANGE
spiration to the parents./
Correspondence Clubs
The Association sponsors correspondence
clubs for parents of
deaf children, and prints excerpts .
from their letters, in the '
Volta Review, its monthly maga- CBunnell

zine.In a recent issue, the smother Wash Job r : i io

,of an 8-year-old boy proudly re ., .
ported that her son had receiveda .
"B" in rf'adtng-a subject he ". . ,
takes In a regular first-grade
classroom with hearing children.Dr. ..' ., .', '. '"'',''''' "
Bell would have enjoyed"the'

letter, since' he always stressed .
that deaf youngsters should associate . : 0 '
with hearing and speak '

ing children. :
The Volta Review carries tech- Esso Service Center ,

nical articles for teachers of the .
deaf, doctors, researchers, and
rehabilitation workers. The novelist -
Sinclair Lewis was one of ,, 0. Corner of U. S. No. 1 & Lambert St.
its early editors. .,
The Bell Association also publishes I )
specialized books on deaf-1 "L FloridaI' '
Bunnell .
ness. Titles range from "Tim : ;

and His Hearing Aid," an Illus I o "j' ): ; .
trated book for children, to "The :,
,Aphasic Child: Evalua ta
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PACE L__ FOUR" . _. THE. ..FLAGLER. TRIBUNE. BUNNELU .FLORIDA. __ ,..__.__..,.. tipaajr ,)p'nf.: ..
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Florida Park -our |*of"s'Commerce says.; had ; ,100'visitors last tar, -again I I I gain: of 5' per'' eM: ternationa situation. ." x T '.,'

This total," the trade body of 10 per cent over 1961.
"Fort Caroline, near Jacksonville
pointed out In its busi About 100,000 overnight stays
Visitors Total weekly registered the largest gainof SWIFTEST DOCS
ness review, "Is 8 cent were registered. I II
area, 11 cent anda The Saluki
any per I swiftest and perhaps -
Over MillionNational I than In 1961 and one-third more I I "Castillo de San Marco at 8t.I visitor total of 46,100. At the oldest purebred dogs,
than In 1957, the first year of Augustine, the oldest Bradenton the DeSoto
,I I II I masonry Memorial is unexcelled as a hunter on
parks and historic a promotion program by the I structure In the nation, had 416- counted 72,800 visitors, up one desert sand and rocky waste.
areas In Florida enjoyed their National Park Service known as 600 visitors, Up 8 cent during cent. Fort Jefferson
I II I per per on Dry To Moslem nomads, who consider -
most popular year in 1962 with Mission 66."Everglades. the Fort I
yedr. Tortugas Island off Key West other dogs unclean, the

1,241,700 visitors, a record number .I National Park, thel', another Spanish tort, Matanzas/; / had 7,700 visitors, only half the Salukl Is not a dog at all, buta :
\the Florid; State Chamber nation's only subtropical rlneland, drew 72,400 1961 figure because of the In gift from Allah:

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Doris Kay Bums Warren James Moore, III I
Frank Edwin Dodimead, Jr. Phillip Wayne Owens JIFFY QUICK FROZEN TENDER BABY BEEF
) Frances Suellen Duncan Mona Theresa Rawlins i iI
I Cecelia Rose Eberhardlnger George Raymond Robbie
Gerald Alton Gordon Joyce Ann Robinson I STEAKS or Sliced
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Derese Owens USHERETTES' Susan Peterson !j FRANKS V2fc: ; 39 u. ,

Deborah Lucas Andrea Morrison ]
PERFECT ATTENDANCE: an overnight camping trip last
A. )for one year), 1st, Pamela Friday night. Besides their
Jean Thomas; 2nd, Phillip Raymond Scoutmaster, Leonard Johnson, CRISCO
Martel, Karen Elizabeth
Duncan, Connie McDaniel; 3rd, they were accompanied by Hugh
Augustus Jahn Burns, David LeRoy and Bruce Arnold. C B. Hull,
Miller; 4th, Pamela Allyn committeeman, assisted the 11 3 LI. CAR
McDaniel; ':5th, Deborah Derese campers to and from the camp. *
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Owens, Kris Marion Martel and
Grady Edward Prather; 6th, Carl site.The .,
Wayne Baggett John Dyke Me- boys decided at their last <' r
son.Daniel and Pamela Ann Ander : meeting to take over the paper I Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With'$5.00 or More Food Order '
drive which the Men's Club has
B. (for two years): 2nd, Joyce .
Patricia Whitney; 4th, Donna been doing for several years. Double S & H Green Stamps on all Items from Our
Mae Whitney; 5th, Becky Lee t Each boy will be assigned a territory .
I Thomas; 6th, Craig Stevens and they ask (that peoplein
, Thomas. I Center
Flagler Beach save old magazines Sewing
" C: (for three years) pin and
and for them.
certificate: 3rd Eula Lee Moody, newspapers
1 6th, David Auiden Johnson.D Anyone having newspapers and 303 CAN BOWMAN'S APPLE 2% CAN FOOD KING
I : (for four years) pin and magazines that they would like
i certificate: 4th, Debra Ann John. to have picked up now please Fir 00 FIr

son.GOOD CITIZENSHIP: : phone 9.2107 or 92289. I Ij Sauce 8 $1 1 PEARS -3 $1 00I

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\ 3rd, Susan Marie Rousse, Stella Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and
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/ Miller 4th, Victoria Lou Perritt, 303 CAN DELMONTE
; ny and Terry, from Flint, Mich., WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN
Patrick Lewis Duncan, Frederick I
Canady Fruits, Jr.; 5th, David are spending a week visiting I
Willis Anderson Debra Jean with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. PEAS
Mlssinne, Kris Marion Martel; Charles Martin.Mr. 5For'10000RN6Fer$100ALL
6th, Carl Wayne Baggett, Mona ,
Theresa Rawlins, John Dyke and Mrs. William Babbitt'I

McDaniel. I and children, Brenda, Vickie and i,
ACHIEVEMENT: Billy, are vacationing this week I

1st, Angela Littlefield (read In Indiana. I I Fir 7 Oz.
45 books; Elizabeth Lenssen Drinks 3 Potatoes
l (read 49 books); LIBRARY METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I 89C Can 39
HELPER AWARD: 6th, Doris Kay Rev. Reynold Hoover installed

Burns. these officers last Sunday for the I
I new year: Woman's Society of MARCEL WHITE
(Five times on Honor Roll)) Christian MUELLER'S
Service, President, Mrs.
4th, Victoria Louise Perritt,

Debra Canady Ann Fruits Johnson, Jr.; ,6th Frederick, Mona Mrs.Keith Ray Lovell Lehr; ;Vice Recording President Sec',i Macaroni 2 1,6k::. 43* Napkins 80C1. 1 o ;

Theresa Johnson.Rawlins, David Aulden retary, Miss Emily Gage; Treas. Pkg.
urer, Mrs. Bob Whitney;
, HONOR STUDENT PINS: Secretaries: Promotion, Mrs.I I CHICKEN OF THE SEA
I Six times on Honor Roll) Bernie Wilson; Spiritual Life, TETLEY'S
t 4th Sandra Sue Abbott, Pat Mrs. Lester Stanton Missionary LIGHT MEAT CHUNK
rick Lewis Duncan, Linda Louise
\ Smith; 5th, Janet Sue Haines, Education, Mrs. Roger Hoose; U4 Ct.
I Barbara Sue Wilson, Ann Sen- Christian Social Relations, Mrs. Tea 64 Size
ti t' derson Meekins,. Catherine Lou. Harry Treadwell Supply Work, Bags Pkg. TunasFROZEN 3For r$1 00
I ise Duncan, Kris Marin Martel, Mrs. Fred Marks; Literature and Cal
Deborah Lynn Lucas, Michael
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,. len Duncan, James Mason Mc Children, Youth and Student
Nab, Diana Kay Lucas.. Work, Mrs. Jack Meekins.Men's FOODS FRESH PRODUCE
, SPECIAL AWARD (cup) Mona Club officers also were
Theresa Rawlins.
installed at the same time: GOLDEN BANTAM
. President, Lyman Gage; Vice
SIXTH WEEK PERIOD President, Howard Lerch Secretary CORN For
I Fourth grade-Sandra Abbott, ; For 6 Zge
Patrick Duncan, Frederick Fruits, and Treasurer, C. B. Hull; LEMONADE 6 6ge
( Debra Johnson Pam McDaniel, Devotional Chairman, Rev. E. .
Linda Smith, Vicky Perritt. Lester Stanton; Membership TASTY GA.PEACHES.
Fi th grade--Cathy Duncan,
Chairman, BernIe Wilson.
David Anderson, Mike Bell, Pat. 8 OZ. WINTER GARDEN Lbs.
ty Galloway, Donna Filklns, Church school time Is at 9:45A. Z 29cPIES
{fl. Janet Haines, Debbie Lucas, Debra .M. each Sunday and worship CHICKEN k
t Misslnne, Kris Martel, Ann hour Is at 11 o'clock with Rev. BEEF For
Meekins. Reynold Hoover, minister. TURKEY Z 35c TENDER YELLOW 1
Sixth grade-Susie Duncan,
David Johnson Jimmy McNab, The Men's Club will meet Lbs.
1 ') Diana Lucas, Terry Rawlins. next Monday, Juno 10, at 7:30P. MIX OR MATCH SQUASH Z 25c

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Several boys of Scout Troop 13th. They will meet at 11 A.M. 25: FREE 25S :

495 (sponsored by the Flagler at the poolslde of Mrs. Robert & H GREEN STAMPS : & H GREEN STAMPS:
Beach Methodist Men's Club) Henderson's home. 1 With this coupon and & H GREEN STAMPS .
I recently passed their tenderfoot With this coupon and :
I' Purchase of Folger'sInstant With this and
test and received their pins. The Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodimeadand Purchase of I Coffee : coupon t
boys are: children, Eddie and Charlotte One 16 Oz. FaultlessSpray : Purchase of $2.50 or .
Wayne Owens, David Johnson, are spending a three-week Starch :I 10 Oz. Jar $ f 39 :

Kenny Whitney, Grady Prather, camping trip In Georgia and in More Meat Order

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:'," -- - I While my name happens to!r cluck who says "boM, Wrong

., "I' Too LateI I f be Kay, the voice on the other 1,, number." p

[ end of the line asks if I am Then there ie the sweet voiced
I Mr. Russell? I can Just w* the creature who greets you cordially

To ClassifyBv | big baboon fitting there with and asks If you mind doing

LOCALS I his finger on the telephone book. her a favor. All she wants to
Rus U lot
I know is what television
I .. i, "You don't know me," he says, programyou
I I I don't know feel "but George Wlgglesworth, good are watching. Tell her your
'I geTting tool set is out of order and she
I about it but I'm fed up I old] George, you remember
Friedman Whitaker with calls will offer to send an expert a-
i friendly telephone George, asked me to call you.
from strangers who inform me We are raising funds for .the relief round to fix it for $6 plus parts
Set I labor.
Wedding Date and ]
that my name was drawn as of all the poor women who
the lucky winner of a free per. suffer from delicate skin. All I have reached the point
'.' I For August Third where I am so resentful of these
manent, an airplane ride, a free we want you to do Mr. RussellIs
Miss Samuella Whitaker will dinner, or an enlarged photo. II buy one dozen cakes of Slicki 'II idotlc telephone solicitations thatI

r become the bride of Mr. Louis graph.I i Soap, we will take care of absolutely refuse to consider

I Friedman in a candlelight ceremony find it downright disconcert : the distribution and you will anything or buy anything, over
I the phone.
at five o'clock Sunday ing, when the phone starts ring. I I have the satisfaction of know I ,
I afternoon, August 3, 1963. The ing Just when I've stepped into ing that you have done your Maybe I miss out on a giftof
First Baptist Church of Bunnell the shower and I have a graba I( part. Just send jour check for 1,000 green stamps if 1 'can

will be the setting for the ceremony towel and rush down the hall'I $5, or better still, if you are I answer the question correctly or

with the pastor, Rev. !only to have some glib.tongued I I going to be ,there for a few minutes miss a free trip to a fish fry

% Thomas Pinner, Jr., officiating.The idiot inform me that if I will we will send a man right'i at the new subdivision being

bride elect is the daughter .drive my car around to a certain I'over to pick It up and save you opened, provided you like 50-

of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whit filling station before noonI II the postage and you know the mile hikes to the post office.

I't _. aker of Bunnell. The bridegroomis will be given a free car wash postage counts up these days. I am getting so experiencedthat

the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. provided I get an'oil change and Then there is the political I can tell one of these calls
Friedman of DeLand. contribution racket. The j after listening to the caller's
_ buy at least 10 gallons of gasoline phone
t: Following the ceremony, a reception usually rings when you are up opening remarks. In self defense

I will be held in the educational to your ears in work, or are I reply, "The number you are
building of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker deep in conversation with, an calling is no longer operative,

Linda ClappMr. I No invitations will be sent and sons, Michael and Tony, important client, consult your telephone directory,

and Mrs. Wallace Clappof but all friends and relatives of will leave Thursday for Green I( this is a recording. It is thrilling -

Daytona Beach announce the the couple are invited to both Bank, W. Va., where Michael A cheerful; voice on the phone to hear the click when they

engagement of (their daughter, the ceremony and the reception. will be employed during the informs you that a bunch of slam up the phone.
Linda Joan, to Mr. Thomas D. summer vacation by the Nation. boys in the back room were discussing i

Wells, Jr., of West Palm Beach. al Radio Astronomy Observatory. Bill's campaign for I

I He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.T. VFW AUXILIARY Michael a student at M.I.T. State Senator and my name TRACKING ASTRONAUTSA

D. Wells, Sr., of Flagler Beach. INSTALLS NEW and has spent short vacation came up. Knowing how I feel 16-statlon network has been

Miss Clapp was born in New OFFICERS WEDNESDAYThe here this week with ,his family. about Bill they know I wouldbe set up around the world to follow

York State and is a graduateof glad to contribute. toward his and protect America's astronauts
Auxiliary to the V. F.W
Phelps Memorial Hospital I Mrs. Minnie England has returned campaign. The boys figured a in orbit The Mercury
Post 5213 held !their installationof
School of Nursing, Tarryiown, I to her home in FlaglerBeach check for $50 would be about tracking outposts can locate a

New York. She Is presently em', officers Wednesday evening after a visit of three weeks I right In my case but, of course, spacecraft flying five miles a
at ,the post home, with Past in with her. I tan make it a hundred If ,I talk
ployed with Fish Memorial Hospital the Keys visiting second; to the man It carries
President Dorothy Barber the In.
in New Smyrna Beach. officer. sons, L. T., Wesley, and B. T.I want to.Then ; measure the performance
Mr. Wells was born in Newark I Miller and their families. Dur I Just to make you really|I of the astronaut and his vehicle

I' New Jersey; and moved to Installed as president was ing her visit there she enjoyed appreciate your telephone, the ; and by radio signals
Rose Panchella. Senior vice exploring the I' next call is from dumb I him back
Bunnell as a child. He is a Keys. some bring to earth.- ,?
president, Blanche Akers; junior --- ...o.-__-..__..
graduate of Bunnell High School
vice president, Mary Smith;
and the Daytona Beach Junior
treasurer, Jean Palzewski,
College, receiving his degree 4n
chaplain, Clarice Taylor; con
industrial electronics. He is I
ductress, Beatrice Cockrell; secretary
presently employed with: the ,
r electronic data processing division Patriotic, Dorothy Instructor Barber., Bernice : : : .

of RCA in West Palm .
Barbers Naomi Pellicer, three. .r.
j', ',
Beach, Florida. \ .
'I year trustee; Madge Johnston, 1 m N '
L No date has been set for the, I 4
'! two-year trustee; Dorothy Barber ....

wedding.I I one-year trustee; Mae Gur- ,. ,
t It ley, guard; Annie Bell Barber, .
Twenty-two guests were pres. historian.
ent for the turkey dinner given
by the Royal Neighbors last '

.;v ?, Monday at the Civic Center Mrs. Blanche Akers has re I If
/ building. turned home after three weeksin

: .' Indianapolis, Ind., where she
: visited with her granddaughterand
; I Donald Poin-
,.a Mrs. Flossie Richardson, who her husband,

,, has visited in Daytona Beach dexter.
I 17 Mr. and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Upson On' May .;.
since her discharge from the Poindexter became the parentsof f. ,. '''''' ''. I
hospital, spent Tuesday here at an ,eight pound son who was gratis: :t.. tta .
;', her given the name of Donald Kevin.
home. She said she is re
her He Is Mrs. Akers first great
i gaining strength and hopes I'
," to soon be able to return to her grand child.Guests Droa

home here. :
of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
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; Bradley Sunday were his broth.

.r" I er, W. D. Bradley, his neice, Ii
CommunityI Mrs. Leona Bradley, and Mrs. line.s

Memorial Church Lelia Bradley of Branford. Also .
visting with them were their

a.ter-tle..a..tI.a son in law and daughter, Mr.

AIR CONDITIONED and Mrs. Ken Hoffman and to nort ernfriends'Bait

I Daytona AT*. I| daughters, Marcia and Lisa, of your

FLAGLER BEACHSunday Auburndale.

School 10:00 A.M.

Church Service 11:00: A.:M. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Akers
'.. had as their guests last week p '
I Mr. and Mrs. V. Figg of Indianapolis
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:f:: Announcing . and help Florida growl* ,,

; I am temporarily 'discontinuing4 accepting!
Everyone wants to visit the
"; orders for FUNERAL FLOWERS due to circumstances +
Sunshine State. Often the only thing
;f.\', beyond my control. .
< lacking i lI personal invitation to sample

I will continue with orders for' Florida's sea-cooled summertime pleasures. Pick up s

Churches and Hospital Arrangements. .. enough of these colorful "Summergram" postcards to send

to all of your non-Floridian friends. Invite them to vacation, to
Potted Plants
Fresh Cut Flowers -:
explore the unlimited business and professional opportunities, to see for

' Corsages '.. themselves the boundless fun of living. . in FLORIDA!

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Sheila Ward for the the All Stars. tricts's program. Nationally, a- Subscribe tor The Flaws ii ;albunej

I The All Star lineup will be CONSERVATION bout 1,800,000 in 2,900 districts
S2.50 A Year In Advance
J 1JJ"No.T Owen McGrlff. Theresa HUlas, will be eligible for the grand i i
T hl.p' Beverly Cummins, Sharon Townsend By award trip. I! _
Connie Durrance, Eliwa NEWS 11lman w- Robinson _ COUNTY, STATK OKi :
_: I Ford Sheila | Minn: KOK DID!! i FLORIDA.
Tilton, Nanette ,I Notice; !. hereby given that the 1 '
Ward, Marsha Durrance and The Flagler Soil Conservation ) Board of County CotnmlMlonera.will I .r.rLmOJ LEWANDOW8KI..
sealed bid on the let
(Continued from Page 2) I Linda McNab. i District 'has entered the 17th an- day of July. A. D. UIS, at the hour I The State of Florida To Deceased All Persons

1 nual Goodyear competition to of 9'00 o'clock A. II. In the officeof Interested In the Estate of
D. Peterson, Mer 12 5 412 j I the Dork of the Circuit Court i;i said Decedent:
i "SMALL FRY"SOFTBALL I I select the nation's 52 outstand In the Flagler County Courthouse I You, are hereby notified that n
for the sale of the brick that have written Instrument purporting to
TAKES I PROGRAM { ing conservation districts, ac- i been removed from the road between be the .Last --Wlil and Testamentof

SARITA BRADLEY cording to R. W. Deen, J., dis- :! Bunnell and (Espanola whichviii said decedent has been .admittedto
OVER BATTING} LEAD Included in the activities( of be void to the highest and probate In said Court'You
trict chairman. i i beat bidder for each In the following are hereby commanded withIn -
: the Bunn High School summer quantities: six calendar months from the

Miss Sarlta Bradley, manager recreation55' program beginning Activities of the district will Lots of 1.000 date of the Drat publication of this
i of 1,000 notice
to In said
3 for Lots appear Court and
4 of Citizens Bank team, got June 17, is a youth softball program be weighed against the performance 1 I Lots of 10.000 I show cause, If can, why
5 Monday night, putting her In Lot of 20,000 the 'action of In admitting
for Flagler County young of other districts in i Did will be accepted for a minimum said Will to probate should I
1 the lead for batting title. In I sters. lithe state to determine the outstanding I I of 1,000 and a limit of not i I not stand un re voiced.
than to one (Seal T. K. MCKNIGHT.
more 20,000 any per- )
second place Is Puge Hugas, : All boys, ages 9 to 13 who are district in the annual son. I County Judge, '
catcher for the VFW Aux. Two In The brick will be sold a* areand !I Flagler County Florida
P registered or are interested I event sponsored by The Good. where they are.The First publication on May 16, 1963

'I players are tied for third place, I i I participating in the softball program year Tire and Rubber Co. of Akron Board reserves the. right to May 16-23-30 & June 6-4to

Lisa Tilton and Ella Allen, each I are asked to meet at the Qhio.i reject bated any at and Bunnell all bid Florida this I I IN TIIK COI'NTY; JUDGE'S, COURT:

I I A. D. 1963. IN ANn Poll FLAiII.EIt.
with 555 average. M da 3rd day of June I i'Ol'NTV. -
school gymnasium 0 n y,
Key agricultural leaders will CASK NO. 609
; June 10at2p.m.The .
S. Bradey CB 21 14 666 serve as Judges and will select H. A.JWYTHE. Clerk Board I IN ItN: Estate of
P. Hugas VFW 12 7 583 Youth Softball Program. of County Commissioners of LEWIS J. SLAUGH. Deceased.
the state winner. Soil Conservation Flagler County Florida MITK OK FILING I'KTITIO\'
Ab H crY9 j I Is sponsored by I June 6.13-2tc I I "'UI'INAI, DIM'IIAHGK! OKKlUTOH
I efforts from May 1, 1963,
Softball Association of America K\
L. Tilton, BR 9 5 5551! NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that I
i through December 31 1963 will
E. Allen BR 9 5 555S. and Is subsidized in full by the NOTICE IS IRADYCAU\ : E: have filed my final returns as
I be considered. THAT I. I executrix of the estate of LEWIS
Townsend, BR 11 6 545J. ASA and its affiliates. I CALLAHAN, who was confided In J. LAUGH, deceased; that I have
The national offlte issues free i Grand award for the 52 distracts the Circuit Court of Flagler County -II filed my petition for distributionand
10. 500
Dunson, CB 20 Florida, at the spring term for final discharge, and thaton
U, Moor, BR 8 4 500 of charge to all registered participants selected nationally will thereof, A. D. 1960, of the -offense June 2fth 1963. I
I, be of robbery and sentenced thereforto ; the Honorable T. K. McKNIGHT.
I shoulder patches mem an expense paid, work-study
R. CB 14 7 500 '
Hershey, six months to ten years, will County Judge of Flagler County
D. Cummins .VFW .B ,4 500 bership cards, team member (trip to Arizona in December, apply for clemency to the" State Florida, for approval of said final
Board of Pardons, Tallahassee returns and for an order of distribution -
I charter certificates, league member 1964, for one member of the distract Florida. at its next regular: meet- ( and for final dischargeof

certificates "League governing body and the executrix of the will of LEWIS
sanction "s/
CITY LEAGUE STANDING i Virginia Carroll Callahan SLAUGH, deceased
Champion" patches and player outstanding farmer-cooperator in June 13-2tc May 23rd. 1963.r :f
.I I II SMiriam :
-- --- I H. Slaugh
W L per record forms. I each district. The 104 men selected 11V TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OK Executrix.

I Seville 5 3 625 > There will be six team under I will be guests at Goodyear KLAULKIl fCH'NTY. FLORIDA May 23-30 & June 6.13--4tc
W. L. C. 3 3 500| the supervision of coaches Cliff I farms, a 14,000-acre general PAUL BENTON IJf THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY

B. 'M.< C. 4 : 5 444Merchants (, ord McGrlff and Bo Manuel and i farm; ,operation near Phoenix. VII. Plaintiff.. JUDGE FLORIDA I"LAGUUCOIiNTY.IN IMlOIIATIi .

3 4 429! managed by Bunnell Recreation The Flagler District has taken LUCILLE DELORES BENTON Defendant.NOTICK In HELEN rer>' Estate LEWANDOW8KI of

( t-: PONYTAIL STANDING I I Director Leslie Pache, Shelton part in the competition two TO DEFEND Deceased.
THE STATE Trt! To All Creditors and Persons
'Vifcf-: : W I'L perCitizen's Barber Tllman Robinson, Joe times In the ELOESDBE
past and was named LUCILLE NTON Having Claims or Demands Against

Bank 5 0 1000 I I White and Bebe Moody. the state's second place districtin 18 Naventnk Avenue Said Estate:
J Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey You'and'each of ;you are hereby
VFW 2 1 667 the 1961.62 period.. District You are hereby notified that a notified and required to present any
F..M. C. 1 3 333, suit has been filed against you) In claims and demand which you, or
THE BOOK NOOK supervisors are R. W. Deen, Jr., 'the above entitled cause, and you either of you, may have against
B. R. 04; "1 ;, A.: B. Johnston Alfred Tucker are hereby required file your answer the estate of Helen Lewandowslcl,
with the Clerk of this Court deceased late rot Bald County, to
THE LION W. W. Deen and Raymon Tucker. and to serve a copy thereof upon the County Judge of Flagler County
Ponytall all stars play tonight. r' the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, Florida at his office In the court
By Joseph Kessel Deen said the districts out whose name and address Is.; house of said County at Bunnell
,Citizens Bank, winners of five which takes Ray Selden Florida within six calendar months
This is standing will be
j a story cooperator se Selden Building .from the time of the first publication -
games; will play the all stars j] place in Kenya, Africa, around lected from among the 150 farm Daytona Beach, Floridanot of this notice. Two copies of
of the Ponytail League. \ later than July 8, A. D. 1963. each claim or demand shall be in
i majestic\ Mount Kilimanjaro. Patricia operators enrolled in the dist- If you fall to do so. decree pro rl: fJe.d'a ota the placeof

Bulllt's father was warden confesso will be. entered againstyou office addressof
PONY TAIL ALL STARS II for the relief demanded In the the claimant and shall be swornto
I. of a game reserve in Kenya, bill of complaint. The nature of by the claimant, his agent or
MEET CITIZENS BANK CLASSIFIEDADS said suit being for divorce. attorney and accompanied by a
l and Patricia was always tend WITNESS my hand and seal' of filing fee of one dollar and such
to animal that her father 1 said Court this 3rd day of JuneA. claim or demand not so filed/shall
The Bunnell recreation department D. 1963. I be void.It
i would find and brlpg home to (Official T. Cook.
Pony Tail girls soft. JAMiTHE .
i' E. A.' 1 . As Last
I. *
ball league will play an all star her. Clerk of said Circuit Court Will and Testament of
By" Julia( B.; HarveJT Helen Lewandowskl deceased
game Thursday, June 6, at 8 p. One day her father brought LI....... nude* this headla area Deputy Clerk. First! publication May 16, 1963
m. The All Stars will meet the home a lion cub which Pat ....t. per word each Inicrtloa, June 6-13-20.27-41c May 16-23-30 & June 6--4tc1ST

Citizens Bank team who are raised: to adulthood. As the lion 73: cent la mlBlmam e.arge. NOTI'H : TIIK CIHCI'IT COURT IN AND

matured Pat managed to turn FOR SALE-Equity In three bed Notice la hereby given that the FOIL FLAULHK COUNTY, FLORIDA -
leading the league with 5 wins I' following described lands or so IV ('IIAN-I nY NO. 40:19:

and no losses. the lion against her family. To I' room furnished home of much thereof as will be necessary to J. 8. OLEASON. J It.
I mason'j the amount due for taxes herein As Administrator I Ok Veterans'
Starting pitchers will be Judy I find out !the ending of this exciting I ry construction. Reason, pay set opposite same together with Affairs

book won't you come to I! ing is owner leaving town. For cost of such sale and advertising, Plaintiff
Dunson for the Bank team and. will b@ fold at public auction on v.
; the library and take this out. complete information, phone the 17th day of June 1963. at the JAMES R. MOYER and wife,
office of the City Tax Collector In JOANNE E. MOYER, FRANK E.
i I This is a novel for adults as 4373284. 6-6-ltc the Community Center Building at DODIMEAn) btni'E and wife

well as teenagers. I 10:00 o'clock A. Id. In CORA L. ),
TV SERVICEALL Brame Construction Co., builders Bunnell, Flagler o tyb'I : Defendant.
Library Assistant, I All railroad property owned by NOTICE TO Al'PKAHIN
I of low cost homes, masonry or I Florida East Coast Railway Com- THE NAME OF THE STATE
Jack Abbott. within the limits OF FLORIDA:
MAKES I pany corporate
t frame. Remodeling additions, of the' City of Bunnell .... 11,418.97. TO: JAMES It MOVER and wife,
Agent For porches, baths, farm buildings.No Nancy C. Rodgers, JOANNE E. MOYER HUDSON,
BIG EIGHT City Tax Collector, OHIO.
money down, 100 per cent City of Bunnell Florida. YOU James R. Moyer and wife
RCA & PHILCOTUBES Author: Richard G. Hubler May 23-30 & June -13-4tcIN Joanne E. Moyer, are hereby no
Title financing. Call day-night, Lacy tined that a Complaint to foreclosea
: Big Eight-a biography.
II 'Brame phone Owen 8.3711, P. O. Tin CIRCUIT COI'IIT OK certain mortgage on the following -
& ANTENNAS SOLD of an airplane.Big ( Fi.e can ('OIINTY'FLOliID.t!! described property to-wlt:
AND INSTALLED Box 186, Crescent City, F a. IN rilANCKHY NO. -4062CAUL Lot 1, except the Southerly 70
Eight is the first complete, 30 It. ROB1E feet thereof, and Lot 2, except
May -4tp Plaintiff the Southerly 70 feet thereof
TUBES TESTED FREE step-by-step biography of a -- V,. and except the Westerly 10 feet

great, modern Jet transport air 4 Unit Apartment house at LOIS MAY nODlEDpfpndant thereof Block 4, Palm Harbor
Subdivision being a resubdlvlslon
plane. It is a sober factual, exciting Flagler Beach, lot 150 x 150. C. NOTICE TO UKKKNU of Glendale Subdivisionas -

TV BobFLAGLER story that reads like a Leslie Ginn, Palatka, phone THE LOIS BTATW MAY OF ROB1E.FLORIDA, TO: page recorded 22 of the In Public Plat Book Recordsof 1,

novel but is filled with the most 3253534. May 9-6tp whose place of residence and Flagler County, Florida
post office address are unknown
BEACH accurate detail. You are hereby notified that a Together with all structuresand
This book tells how the newest FOR RENT-furnished.. cottage suit has been" filed against In the Improvements now and
PHONE HE 9-2204 1 bedroom $40.00 month. above entitled cause; and you are hereafter on said land and the
of the great Douglas line of per hereby required to file your answer rents Issues, and profit of the
Phone ID 73304. 5-9-tf with the Clerk of this Court, above described property (yrovlded *
yy "'" __ j ;;v transports was conceived designed and to serve a copy thereof upon however, that the Mortgagor

I financed, built tested I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, shall be- entitled to col-
FOR RENT Two bedroom
MusicTennessee I duplex whose name and adres la: lect and retain the said rents
I approved, and sold. apartment screen porch. MAURICE WAGNER Issues, and profit until default
144 Burlelgh Avenue hereunder); and all fixture
StyleBY Anyone who has ever thrilled I Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf Holly Hill, Floridanot now *>r hereafter attached to

to the sight or sound of a plane I later than June 26th A. D. 19(3. or used In connection with the
If you fall to do so, decree pro prwnjjf* herein described and
overhead will enjoy this biography FOR RENT-Furnished Apart confesso will be entered against addition thereto the following -
Walt Graves&Carl Spicer for the relief demanded In the described household
ment $40.00 per month. Call you appli
of Donald W. Douglas, his bill of complaint. The nature of ances, which are and *haU be
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till Douglas Aircraft Company and Harris Appliance ID 73367. aid suit being for divorce deemed to be, fixture and a

SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. March 14-tf WITNESS my hand and seal of part of the realty, and are a
the DC-8. aid Court this 21st day of May, portion of the security for the
A. !).. 1.413.(011d41 indebtedness herein mentioned:!
Library Assistant, SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at Seal) 1 Electric Hot Water Heater;
COCKTAIL LOUNGE Steve Neely.HASTINGS E. A. SMYTHE Westomatlc Mod. R. O. E. 40
reasonable prices. Call George Clerk of said Circuit Court (40 gal. capacity) 1 Oil Fired
& RESTAURANT Jarosz ID 73410. By Julia R. Harvey, Hot Air Heater, Monogram D
Clerk 1019E. 60,000 BTU
5 Miles So. of Marineland ( 1-24-7-25 p. May 23-30 & June 6.1331tc ha. been filed against you and you
MATTRESS are required
to serve a copy of
I on AlA.I. IN TIIK COURT OK THE COI'NTY your Answer or Pleading
: ." -__ & UPHOLSTRY WORKS WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) CUS JUDGE. FI.AUI.KH f'OUNTY, Complaint on the plaintiffs attorn"ey.
STATK OF FLORIDA. IX 1MIO- I;. T. Cook. Citizens Bank BundInl'
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & '
710-12 Lemon St. IIATK. Bunnell Florida, and file the
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell. Florida. IN RE; The Estaet of original Answer or Pleading' In the
Palatka, W. H. DEEN. Deceased.TO office of i11* Clerk of the CircuitJnnI1
Notice I* hereby giver that W. ,V. A. D. 19(3. If you tall to
I Furniture Upholstering --I II been and J. C. Deen filed their do *o. Judgment by default will
Repaired & Refinished final report as Executor: of the be taken against you for the Tenet _
I-- estate of W. H. DEEN. deceased; demanded tn the Co Plalnt
I Hundreds of Patterns to that they filed their petition for This notice shall be published
Choose from. I PLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. Anal discharge, and that they willapply once wefk. week for four consec'i-
"I Phillip M. WhitleyP. & Box to the Honorable T. K. Mo Flagler
Mattresses Springs
iXYTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT. KNIGHT County Judge of Flagler BJSnTukFlonrlJi' Trlbune'
I Made to Order.Also Renovated I WATER FRONT FARMS County Florida on the 27th day Flagler
O. Box 1741 PRICES REASONABLE. of June. 1963 for approval of same ? :County Floridaatthisn14th
UDGET PLAN IP NEEDED. ACREAGE and for final discharge as Executors day A;D, 1963 .
St. Augustine Florida I 1 of the estate of W. H. Been (Court Seal) E. A. S'JoIYTJIE
t Just as near as your lee tu for your real estate needs deceased, on this 10th day of May, Clerk Court

Phone or Post Office Office Phone> HE 9.2242 1963. County, FloridaAttorney
Phone ID 7-3282 I Us A Card or Call First publication: May 23rd. 19(3. IL T. ttrl.r
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 W. W. BEEN J. C. BEEN for Plaintiff
Bunnell Florida ', Free Pick-up & Delivery I Executor of the estate of P. O. Box S
I or ID 7.3517: I 'v. H. Been deceased. Bunnell. Florida
Mar 23-30 & June 1-1I-4to May K-23-30 June -4to

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: "AGE. TEN _. THE FLAGLER_ TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA._ Thursday, June 6, 1963 :
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I :To Sell crabeye pea Is hard and Impervious Lantana berries are green to plants.For GAUCHO-S KNIFE
County to moisture. Uncracked, blue or black, nearly one.fourth additional information,
'I Brick From the seed can be swallowed without Inch In diameter, and containone ask your county agent for Bulletin A double-edged knife is an
Old danger. But, one seed bony seed. 175 "Poisonous Plant A- Argentine gaucho's only eating
thoroughly chewed brings sure One leaf of the oleander Is round the Home." utensil. The cowboy holds meatin
Espanola Road I death. reported toxic enough to kill an one hand, seizes a mouthfulIn
from 1) Last spring, lantana was adult Children have been made his teeth, and cut upward
( page
\ build of the Bunnell blamed for the death of one 111 by carrying oleander flowers SAILING SHIPS FOR TRAINING I with a deft sweep
to a part
school eymnaslum and on the child, the Illness of two others, around. n their. mouths whileat .I Some < '15 nations, Including I --- --
the and a skin injury to a fourth. play. the United States, send out a I
band binding on campus.
Other] actions of the board The death was attributed to A number of Individuals have fleet of about 30 full-rigged II
I were rrbre or less routine mat. eating lantana berries. suffered serious poisoning after ships, barks, barkentlnes, brigantines .I fWWYCURDRIYWSUCEHSEtt
+ ,Botanist Erdman West with, the eating frankfurters roasted on ,and top-sail schooners >
ters. t Florida Agricultural Experiment oleander stems. Inhaling smoke on training- cruises for ton)or DURING YOUR "v"
Stations believes this Is the first from oleander stems is another row's mariners. BIRTH MOUTH
I i .. .... record of human poisoning associated way to get deathly! kick. . " I I
SUMMER PROGRAMContinued with lantana plants. Children playing with pokeweed ""

From Page 1 However, It has been known uses its purple berries to MUMMY SWEATS i I Flagl Beach Barbershop'
for years that lantana can poison make "play _Ink" or as "war The blackened mummy of a Is \
School. The recreation program cattle. An alkaloid called I I Open :
paint. They are safe until one prehistoric Chilean copper miner i
: opens June 17 and will run lantanine Is the killer. youngster suggests sampling the still exudes a strang "persplra- 1 I il Dick Longdon Tour Barber"It

';'I'' through July 26. Touching crushed lantana berries. Cases of Jimsonweed tion" at New York's American' I I Pays To Look Well- <
i Handicraft will be held In the leaves Is known to cause a skin I poisoning: have been reported in Museum of Natural. History.
kindergarten building. Copper reaction. One child made a rush Florida after children ate its --;- -
1 enameling of Jewelry and ash. trip to the hospital after play. fruit or sucked on the flowers.
arys will be a new addition to Ing by a' clump of lantana So far as known the/ llgustrum FOR
I I the program. Leather craft, bas. ; plants. The exposed skin was has 'a good record In Florida, PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
ket weaving, picture making I marked with white splotchesand but In Europe a number of children
with colored stones and clay, reddish areas. have died from eating the CANCER
and moulding of plaques will Lantana grows throughout the fruit of, this glossy privet. The AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH. C
make up the handicraft ''pro- state. In south Florida native hydrangea has at least one mark

gram. species bloom and fruit all year. against Its name as a poisonous T. COOK AGENCY
I. Mrs .Tonkin said "handicraft Related varieties are' grown in 1! plant. Phone: ID 7.3361 ,.' Bunnell Florida
will be from 9 A. M. until 12 0' northern Florida as ornamental
Most ornamentals are harm.
clock. In the afternoon the Civic plants. I -
less, but to be safe, enjoy their i
Center will, be used for ping-
Lantana is a shrub three to beauty but not their taste. It'sa
checkers cards shuffleboard
,4 pong folk and square dancing.Two five feet tall The flowers are good Idea to teach children CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
l tournaments for boys and displayed In disk-like clusterson to avoid putting anything in ,

; girls will be held-one for each long stalks. Individual flowers thejr mouths except food. A. H. CRAIG Funeral Divector
have lobes and Even I crawlers in '
three weeks.CReglstration. four are tubular play pens JOHN HARDIN. Associate
will be on June In the lower part. They may reach out between the bars I
27*'at.9 o'clock In the gym.fagEer may be creamy white, yellow, and pull in anything within! AIR i LADY' OXYGENtDmoI
I pink, orange, or scarlet. reach. Grass and most lawn) :r \ I.i. I EQUIPPED
The stems are bluntly square, weeds are harmless, but poisonous CHAPEL 1 ATTENDANT AMBULANCE &
: Beacl green or brown, and may be .mushrooms maybe' growing, f
armed with weak, sharp spines. within reach. Before leaving. a Phone ID 7-3532
Leaves are in pairs or whorlsof toddler alone in the yard, be I
(Continued from
page 9) three. sure he's not among killer
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Sunday school Is 'at: 9:45:<<: A. M.
and worship hour at 11 A. M.

,.with Rev.. Atlee Stevens, pastor.
Training Union Is at 645 P.M.
and evening worship at 7:45.: t

Sunday school Is at 9:45: with I

i .classes, for all ages. Morning
I' worship Is at 11 o'clock with

I Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. ,

Guard Your Child
ertrIfl .
: \
'/ Against Killer Plants

t ,,\; Around The. Home

Florida Agricultural Extension

\ By Hervey Sharp
Carelessness with poisonous
1 plants 'may lead to silent spring
for the diaper clan. So, keepa
close watch on tiny tots while
they; are frolicking among killer
I plants.
Many parents believe In let. ,
ting Infants make "oral
explora "' ''.)
I, tlons" #about the yard. It's one .) : .i
way for children to, learn about .\. :j jai
c their ..\
environment' they say. v
4 Yet, some plants the child Monza Spyder Convertible Monza Spyder Club Coupe

I taste are as deadly as a rattle Come hill. or high water
snake's fangs.A .. ,

(climbing light snack lily) tubers of Glorlosa has Vacations go smoother in a Chevrolet CorvairBring

caused death in four hours.
One tiny rosary pea with Its

'- scarlet Jacket and Jet black tip on those mountains! They're not so high and or going dry because there's no radiator. Corvair's
Is a lethal dose. Lucky for chil mighty when you've got Corvair s gutty six and rearengine is air coo\ed.\ No concern about brake'adjustments .
f dren that the seed-coat of this engine traction working on them. ,either, because the brakes adjust
,', You scurry up the meanest grades. themselves. Nothing much to think
I You move with sure-footed agility on about at all except the good time you're .
r Cfbf JFIaijIrr grtbmu wet pavement, muddy lanes, gravel and having. ;
F other would-be miseries. C E/ROLET Like to do that in a sporty bucket
i 1Jfl"LL.] ri.OniDA And with most of Corvair's weight seated Monza Club Coupe or Convert.on .

) the rear wheels, you have easy steer e i t i ible Like to spring into summer with
MRS. M. D. FULLER. Editor ing too. Fact is, the handling's so light a 4-speed stick shift and Spyder pack.anti .
'1 responsive we don't even offer age* with its 150-hp Turbocharged'power
I'' Dr.I.a.t.4i Official PvbllratU* steering for the car. engine Your dealer's got just the
I \ I tee Pmhlle ]N.tl... .f PlatfvrC And there's more to feel good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal
I I' ...t,. \Municipalities thercla No problems with your radiator boiling ATYOURCimOtETDEAURlSover: on it to put you in a holiday mood.
I "
J.. I II ..4 Ik* State .f PUrUa Optional at nIT crossCHECK

I ," :st Entered' at second class matter HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CliEVYJ: :, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE

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i':;,,' at Bunnell. Florida under act of '.
r l' March .. 1ST*.

One year .$110 .

I, Six month. -$1. $ TELEPHONE: ID 7-3qi: BUNNELL:FLORIDA? ;, :

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