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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 13, 1963
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VOLUME, 51, NO. 23 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 __ $2.50 A YEAR
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Registration For HOSPITAL ADDSEOUIPMENT I Beautification of ': LOCAL CATTLEMENPLAN Changes MadeIn


Bunnell School j' FOR i Flagler Beach Park TO ATTEND Homestead

DENTAL SURGERY BRADENTON MEETA

Summer Program Dr. Allen Reynolds announced : Nears Completion large group of local cattlemen Taxing Resolution

1 today that the Flagler Clinic and I I expect to attend the Annual '
Registration for the Summer The park at Flagler Beach hasi The constitutional amendment
Is Its .,
I Hospital broadening servo Mid-Summer Cattlemen'sConvention
Enrichment program for Bunnell I'I ice to the public to Include general been Improved and It is now at Bradenton June" resolution Introduced In the

School will be Monday, June 17, dentistry under a general much more appealing :to the eye.I 19th, 20th and 21st. House of Representatives by

Director Cliff McGriff said today. I anesthetic. I Numerous plants and shrubs Those tentatively planning to Flagler County Representative .
have been planted and the entire -
and Sarasota
William Wadsworth
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The summer program will I' Equipment developed for the J area 'has been; sprigged with I attend are Harold Emery and County Representative, Russell .
consist of swimming, arts and Polaris Submarine has "broken'!Ormond Bermuda grass. The sons, Quentin and Howard; Mr. Jordan that the I
the spark barrier" !to make and Mrs. M. C. Strickland, Jr. providing
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crafts, recreational sports, re I l grass Is growing rapidly and first of all homestead
I $2,000
general denistry under general Mrs. M. C. Strickland Sr. Nick
medial reading, mathematics,j [ ;
Is
complete coverage expectedby
II valuation In these two countiesbe
and band. : anesthesia &n safe as any other I Lenssen, Tom Lenssen, Steve 1
I mid July. Ormond Bermudais taxed, passed the House and
Mr. McGriff said those regis I surgical procedures. often used Sparkman, Howard Taylor, Mr. >
on golf course
calendar last
tering for ,swimming, arts and I This is the first hospital In( greens and it produces a beau. I 1 and Mrs. R. W. Peen Jr., Mr. and was Friday.on the senate
crafts and recreational I I Florida to install this equip. ( Mrs. C.. II. Cowart, and Lyman ,1
sports carpet effect It requires
green Senator Verle
jtlful Pope, representing
ment and the hope is to make I L. Gage.
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at the at
may register gym fertilization four to six
1 Flagler and St. Johns Counties
it a center for this type of serv I I
A. M. Monday. times per year. the of
Ice Dr. Reynolds stated. ;( changed wording the
for
Remedial reading grades
resolution to allow the
two through 12 will register at I Dentists In Daytona Beach, Pa !] Each corner of the park was only
first $1,000 of valuation
CongregationsHonor to be
the east annex at 9:30: A.M. Mrs. latka and St Augustine have ex .improved by Individual memj -
taxed and
Opal Craig will conduct this pressed the need and many pa. I bers of the Flagler Garden Club I placed an emergency
registration. t flents have expressed the desire using salt tolerant plants. Persons Departing election provision on it so the
I question could be decided this
lllnson will be In I for this..Legion. responsible for this work I
Byron Methodist November when several other
charge of mathematics registration I' were: Mrs. C. L. Strausser, Mrs.E. I Pastor I proposed constitutional revisionswill

grades 7 through 12, In the Officer M. Spivey, Mrs. Raymond The Sunday evening serviceat be on the ballot.
main building, room :5 at 10 a. m. Martel, Mrs. Charles McCabe the First Baptist Church of Senator Inserted
Pope a
.Band students register at Installation i I and Mrs. Frank Brede. Bun 11 pro. I
may Set for n e was "AppreciationNight I vision that would let only those
the band room at 10:30 A. M. : I The park now contains pare. for Rev W. L. Spicer, Jr.,. freeholders who would pay taxes
with Bandmaster Walter Morris. : and his family." Members and and be ..
Monday Evening I tlcally all plants that will en. affected vote on the sec
,, dure salt spray and which friends of both the Baptist and. ond referendum that would be f

1! Installation of officers of Flag. will endure our winter tempera. the Methodist Churches attend. held In the counties affected, ..

Youth Softball J Iler Post 115, The American Le. :tures. The Garden Club memo ed the service. should the amendment be approved

glon; will be held Monday eve. i bers hope that the park will be. Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., pas. In the,state election.
League OrganizedA '! ning, June 17, at the Bunnell I come a place of beauty and also tor of the Baptist Church, said Senator Pope said this would

Community Center. serve as a plant and shrub ma. I they were honoring Rev. Splcer allow only home owners who ,I

Softball league for boys, Mrs. Cora Buckles, incoming i iI terial demonstration to the pub. I at that time for his contribution would be subject to homestead I

ages 9 to 12, was organized at i commander of the post, said: lic. County Agent's office will I to the Church Life of the exemption to vote In the elec.

a meeting held Tuesday, June I District Commander Marge Nor. I assist homeowners on landscaping community, and also for his tion. ,.

11, In the high school gym. The man of Daytona Beach will be:i and plants and shrubs civic and community contrlbu
league will be a part of the I here to install the new officers.t satisfactory for the beach area tlon during his four years as The resolution failed to get the

Bunnell High School Summer Commander Buckles said a can be Inspected at the park for pastor of the First Methodist required number of votes for an
Enrichment Program. I fried chicken will selection and individual use by Church. emergency bill on Friday Monday
supper be
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the Senate failed to
.. Following the service In the approve
'i, ; :Th ;following.,. .tteamse...have served ,to,. post. members ,,and. the home owner. 'a >' the resolution as an emergency
been organizedt'YANKEES goes at 6:30. This *will be'f"'l'he Beautlflcation Committee BaptfstChurch Sunday evening,,
followed by the Installation of the Flagler Garden Club the groujjt was invited to the constltuUnal amendment 7! i t
I I I headed the Improvement work. Methodist Church for a fellow Senator Pope said Monday
Robinson, ceremony. afternoon he would offer
Manager-Tilman She also stated memorial The committee was composed of| ship hour. The Woman's Society an
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John Jarosz. Paul Barrow, MIke j of Christian Service of the amended resolution which would
service will be held for the two Chairman Mrs. E. M. Splve/,I
Robinson, Bobby Robinson,j I Church served refreshments Ito remove Flagler,County from the '
Mrs.
I recently deceased members of Raymond Martel, Mrs. C. L.
Revels, John Jones, Tommy j resolution. "
George the
I I the post, Louis Trad and Walter Strausser, Mrs. Charles McCabe,I group.
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Bratcher Ellenbach, .
Phillip .
Rev. Spicer has
served
Mrs. Monica Burnham, and Mrs. as pastor
.
I Bankowski.Mrs. Tuesday, the Senate tackedon
Glenn Nelson, John Taylor, I I of the First Methodist Church
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I Leola Jones. '
Buckles, In addition to the amendment which took
James Robertson, Hal King, Carl here for the four He
past
being elected commander of the The beautification committee I years. Flagler County out'of the meas.
Baggett, Carl McKelvln. was
assigned to the
local post, has been appointed would like to express Christ ure, and raised the allowable
GIANTS I Methodist Church In Miami
; District AadJutant. She receivedthe tlon to the following appreda.// by amount a 'homestead could be
the
Bishop at the 121st
Annual
Manager-Leslie Pache, Bill appointment from the new Individuals who made taxed back to the original $2000.
Conference of
: Harris, Alan McCraney, Hutch district commander, Marge Nor beautification project possible. I Methodist Church. This would leave the experiment
King, Robbie Creal, David Hig I man. Those assisting were City of'I es in Lakeland last week. to Sarasota County whose

einbotham., Gregg Robertson, Flaeler Beach Board of County delegation -placed the county on

Kirk Robertson, John Bertha Commissioners, L. M. Whitaker, Wadsworth bill in the House.
Chip Johnston, ''Benny Geller, Band Program I Walter Green, Charles McCabe,I Youth Council I I

John Geller, Gary Buckles, Scott L. E. Wadsworth, Joe Braselton,

Wilder, David Richardson, Dave For Summer To J P. A. Edmonson, Mrs. Harry II'' Plans Dances County Receives
Solomon. Treadwell, Howard Taylor and

BRAVES I Start June 17thThe numerous other citizens who[ For Summer $199,000 To Date
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have a desire to see the park I
Manager-Bebe Moody, Jimmy summer band program become a beauty spot. ;, Mrs. Hazel Holland, president,/
McNab, Frank Fleurie, Jerry starts with registration of new Commissioners of the City of( of the Flagler County Youth From Racing FundsState

. Gordon, John McDanIel, Buddy or beginning band students on Flagler Beach are planning to' Council, said an orchestra had
Moore, David Johnson, Tommy Monday, June 17 at 10:30 A. M.
: Include funds In the annual I been planned for this Saturday Comptroller Ray E.
Duncan, Wendall Cornett, Leo In the bandroom at Bunnell budget to provide for fertilization I night, June 15, Youth Council Green said today checks for $6,-
Fleurie, Bobby Missinne, Gus High School. New or beginning mowing and general maintenance ,I dance. 000 from the race track tax fund
Burns, Mike Bell, Kenny Mace. students, who have not contacted ; I
of the park, it was de. Other special events announced are being mailed to each of the
vitch, James Yannuzzi, David the band director, Walter clared. Include a Sadie Hawkins 67 counties.

Miller, Wayne Hutchinson, Pat Morris, should do so,' before Dance on June 22; Twist Conteston Green said the total receivedby

Duncan, Fred Fruits. Monday, in order for instruments July 6; Bermuda Shorts dance each county to date for the J

CARDINALS.ManagerJoe to be ordered for rental pur LOCALS ATTEND July 13: August 17 will be a current fiscal year from the race !

White, Tye poses. Hawaiian dance. track tax fund Is $199,000, or
Whitaker, Darrell Britt, Mike Advanced band students have HORSE SHORTCOURSEIN Members of the committee $6,500' more than each county ,.

Manuel, Ray Smith, Gordon I already registered for their lessons GAINESVILLEA said Youth Council dances will received for the same period
Worley, Russell Elhenbach, and practice time. be held each Saturday duringthe last year.'

James Brannam, Henry Bratcher,1 I New or beginning students receive -] group of Flagler Countlans summer In addition to special There ,will be one more distribution

Benge, Cauley, George Koczwanski private Instruction on their attended the Horse Shortcoune occasion dances. They will of the race track tax

Glenn Carle, Mike Durrance, Instruments, while advanced at Gainesville at the Universityof be at the Bunnell Community fund June 30.
Jail I students receive class Instruction Florida June 7 and 8. The Center.
Ben Cannon, Hein.
WHITE SOX In the form of ensemble educational event was sponsored" SMALL CLAIMS
rehearsals..-Also, full band re- Jointly by the Florida Quarter COURT
Manager-Shelton Barbet, Earl:I hersals for advanced students I Horse[ Association and the University I CHANGE HOURS FOR REPORTAt

Rice, Mike Barber, Gary Barber, will be held at night Over 400 persons at. the Small Claims Court
Mike Kelley, Winston Hornsby, The band program, part of tended from throughout Florida. MASS THIS SUNDAYFather session Wednesday morning
Larry Bouno, Wayne Pelllcer, ''I the summer enrichment program I Those attending from Flagler Gannon announcedthis five cases were cntlnued to the

John Cody, Chuck Herr Tony I' ,, will begin on June 17 County were Raymon Tucker i week that due to nnforseen June 26..session, Judge Leola

Parker, Rusty. Improto, Dudley and continue through July 26, a and daughters Allida, Brenda circumstances mass at St. Stephens Jones said today.

Improto, Herby McKelvin, Ken-I six-weeks period of time. Again, and Collean; Harold Emery, Catholic Church will beheld The next session will be June
ney Whitney. I beginning band students are re Quentin Emery, Howard Emery, at 9 A.M. Instead of at 9:30: 26th from 9 A. M. to 12 noon, at
' Any boys ages 9 to 12 who minded to contact the band director Robbie Tucker and Elbert Tucker. this Sunday. the Flagler county court house.

" --t would like to participate please I,! Walter Morris, before, Howard Taylor, county The change in hour for massIs

contact Coach Manuel or Coach Monday, June 17, If the student agent, also accompanied the for this Sunday, June 16, only,. Four hundred volcanoes pockmark .
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McGriff. wants to rent an Instrument gmu p. I ft was stated. I I Indonesia's archipelago.







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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, LOtlIDA Thursday, June Id,
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I Pitching of Salona and Lykes I I are doing a good job for the leading the league with a 666
II improved the league. 1 believe i f I Merchants team. Stuart Rockett average and is being pressed
I that Seville will get the greatest and Walter Townsend t, play- hard by the hard hitting catchI .
the
SPOR3 II benefit from these two pitchersas ,I Ing bang up ball fr Wads. :I j i er of the V.F.W. team Pug Hu-
I I they have a will to win and i I worth Lumber Co. One of the. gas who had a big night Tues
I they have great power In hit.I I school players will be picked as.. day getting four for five to give
,. ting. rookie of the year and receive: her a 646 average.
I< i I
'A.,"" ;"T'rs Ronnie Wells is having a{. the rookie of the year trophy. I
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;: great season. Ronnie who got j! PONY TAIL LEAGUE
I three hits In the last league |THIRD ROUND PLAY
CITY LEAGUES STARTS games. game also had four for four In .3rd ROUND THURSDAY I|t June 20-FMC vs. VFW Aux.,
SECOND HALF PLAY :' This year the city league has the all star flame to give him, Citizen Bank, winner of five 6:45 P.M.June .
Bunnell Recreation Department shown a lot of improvement in seven hits straight. Ronnie and I straight games, will meet the I| 25-Bunnell Restaurantvs.
City League's second half I'I local pitchers. Joe Kelly and Julious Smith also hit home V.F.W. Aux Tuesday night. A Citizens Bank, 6:45: P.M.
play started Monday night. The Tom Pinner have shown us better runs in the all star game. '; win for the Aux will give them 1 June 27-Citizens Bank vs.
first half has been the tightestrace 1 pitching. Most games lost Our young rookie players are] a tie for first half play. High FMC, 545.;
In years as all four teams by these pitchers was becauseof showing a lot of class. Jim light of the game will be the' July 2-:Bunnell Restaurant vs.
have each lost three or more not sufficient team practice. Brown and Jack Wetherington batting of Santa Bradley who is (Continued on page 8)I
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Propagation by tip cuttings is ( Lynn Blssland) MONTH
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Ideal for those with more time Do screams of anguish accompany the Florida Agricultural Expert- Florida 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
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Even homeowners without a your ,house as you try on and Nutrition Department -
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find the art of growing rootson loves company so you will be 1
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alone. One out of five
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the most frequent physical abnormality Service
Uses for cutting are many. Americans are overweight to the I found In the general ,"VIVFlagler
Those with a bare lot can Jus I point of endangering their population.
tify the project on the need fora health.
hedge to hide their activities Weight-reducing products are I II+I I "The majority of overweight Truck & Tractor Co ,
from the neighborhood. 1 I people really want to reduce,"
Allowing nature to grow rootson moved from the plant.Do I Mrs. Townsend explains 'how- I I MASSEY.FERGUSON
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simplest of facilities. This ranges cuttings directly into water attempt because their" method o!. i I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
from a plastic bag containinga when removed from the plant. approach is wrong Mrs. Townsend I,
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moss to a cast-off wooden box tings in any propagating medium nurse points out that many people I I ___ i I
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gravel topped off with a four- have been made. many excess calories they eat.
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t'AAE.: FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, June 13, 1963
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Diamondback deaths the latter all attributed i struck on open ground, 15 in, Seventy-nine per cent of the
Too LateTo I to the diamondback. No bites i,j I I houses or buildings, 13 In gardens -I bites occurred between 6 a. m.
I Rattlers AccountFor I were reported by the rarely-1 and 10 inweeds., Eighteenper and 6 p. m. A' high percentage I
Classify seen caneback rattler. |I cent of those bitten were I of bites were in vicinity of
I Most Bites The dlamondback was responsible trying to catch or kill a snake. homes.
Bv ltius'J Kay for 73 bites, the cottonmouth
A recent article In a national The diamondback rattler moccasin 46, the pigmy or --- -
magazine tells a vivid story oi I strikes more people in Florida ground rattler 45, copperhead 8,
the tremendous development than any other snake; more peo coral 7 and unidentified or non.' CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
program underway at Cape Canaveral ple are snake-bitten during venomous 98. Most of the bites'
Cape Canaveral is the warm months; and 82 per cent occurred from May through October i A. H. CRAIG. Funeral DL' ctor
most glamorous name in the of those bitten were under the when 197 bites were re- I j Auoct.Gt.AIR .
space' age gazetteer. It Is des. age of 40, a survey just completed ported. Bites were three times I| JOHN HARDIN.
tined to become even more by the State Board of as high among males as among LADY pXYGEN I
famed as the world's first spaceport Health shows. females. Fifty.four per cent of ccrn>rnoNED I I EQUIPPED
The survey was mad 'in cooperation the bites were among persons I CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES<
With man now orbiting the with hospitals during under the age of 20, and 28 percent
earth hour after hour and the 1962. The results are compiled among persons 20 through I Phone ID 7-3532
problems of space travel being In an article by Dr. Wilson T. 39 years. I
Sowder, state health officer and 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
conquered by mart and science, In counties north of Ocala but| .
the famed missile test center Is George Gehee, accident prevention excluding those bordering the I --
rapidly expanding Into a new consultant for publicationIn I Atlantic Ocean and having a I
the June Journal of the Florida

position, a spaceport. j Medical Association. Dr. I population of 1,456,600, there;j
Although the Cape wijl con. Sowder were 101 bites; counties south i i i'' Announcing
said anake bite is not
tinue to test rockets, its future of Ocala and north of Lake I .
considered a major problem
lies as a take-off point for routine Okeechobee including Atlantic i
the state. He said the
space travel. A manned survey Ocean counties north of Cape I I am temporarily discontinuing accepting
space flight (to the moon will was made the pattern primarily so that to efforts determine Canaveral with a population of: orders for FUNERAL FLOWERS due to circumstances -

be the first departure and from could be made to reduce snake 1,865,200, there were 106 bites; beyond my control.
then on nobody knows.It bites. counties north of Lake Okee f
: Is hot difficult for our 'modern chobee and including Atlantic i I will continue; with orders for .
youngster to vision flying Hospitals reported 277 bites I Coastal ountles south of Cape j Churches and '
to" Mars, Venus or Saturn, but during \the year with three Canaveral with a population of Hospital Arrangements

fet oldsters J like myself, whose food, homes, furniture and count 1,974,200, there were 69 bites; I' Fresh Cut Flowers -:- Potted Plants
memory goes back to the stagecoach less other items so It appears and in the Keys with a population ..
and the horsecar, the that growth will continue at a I of 53,900 only one bite was Corsages .
,thought Is so 'fantastic It Is hard breakneck pace and all Florida i reported. r JENNIE BLACK ofBLACK'S
to1, accept. will benefit. The results showed 53 bitesor '
To meet the needs of the' new
Keep your eye on Cape Canaveral 34
per cent on fingers; 47
space age a whole new arrayo Cocoa and Brevard County I bites or 90 per cent on toes and FLOWER SHOP
(J ground equipment is needed, for its spaceship is coming in. feet. Fifty-six persons were .
.more .m Slye and more: responsive. - ---- ---- --- --- - - -- -
Its construction is already .
underway and the moon-
shot complex 39 is being readied.
Between now and 1968, ten.
tative date set for the first U.S.. ".
manned (trip to the moon, the : ; ': i "
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government will spend one billion .: '
seven hundred million dol. : ,' ,
lars to enlarge and re-equip the :: Wise Shoppers
Cape. ,, :, . .

While a billion or more dol. "
lars no longer startles the man s
on the street, It Is still a tidy Turn to the
I sum in anybody's language and ,
the American taxpayer Is foot'. ,
ing the bill. "
lie may grumble and say FLAGLER TRIBUNE
"why" but he'Is still proud of '
the fact that the U. S. !is maintaining '
its leadership and pave
ing the road to the stars and
beyond. Want Ads

Transformation of the Cape is
picking up momentum. The
government has purchased an \
\
additional 15,000 acre Test Cen )AI First! '
ter. It extends nearly 40 miles .
up the shore and takes in sandy, :
low-lying Merritt Island.
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I this means to the area Involved Il
t and to Florida in general, the
, tremendous expansion is spillIng .
, over into neighboring areas.

I :Brevarfl County is growing like ._, Wise Sellers Turn To Our
mad. In 1950 when the first missile
was fired from the Cape, / Classified Ads, Tool!
the county's property value
came to only $22.7 million. Last Wise people who have something to
year it stood at 435.3 million w .
sell know that when
wise
and it is estimated it will reachan people want

astronomical figure. to buy, they check
our Classified
Ads
Last year the payroll was $158 No matter what it is you want to buy . a 1908

million. By 1965 it is expectedto auto or a 1962 automatic appliance . you'll probably first-so wise sellers just naturally turn
reach $225 million and that's to The.Flagler Tribune and
place their
only two years away. What the I find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first.
future holds nobody knows. "For Sale" ads here J Besides Classi-
our
And, what's more, items sold through the Classified Ads
Land prices in the area have
fied Ads
skyrocketed but it has not deterred nearly always mean bigger savings. The easy way to cost so very little for such very
I development. Thousandsof fast results!
shop? Ypu bet as sitting in
additional employees from easy as your armchair and

day laborers to technicians will talking on the telephone. Be \vise shop our Classified '
be needed and they must have
some place to live, will need Ads this very day!

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"Your Friendly Co-op Store"

:. . PRICES GOOD June 13-14-15
1963
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COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS I BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS j
The Ladles Guild will meet Sunday school is at 9:45 A.
Thursday '(today) afternoon at and worship hour at 11 M'I
2 o'clock In Fellowship Hall with with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. ,
Mrs. Myrtle Cash, hostess. Training Union meets at 6:45P. : QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT.,
Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Dickert M.. and evening worship is I RESERVED JUNE 13-14-15, 1963

left vllle,Tuesday N. C., where morning Mr.for Dickert Ash. at 7:45. We Handle U. S. D. A. "Choice" Beef Finest Sold

will leave his grandson, Stanley, After piloting a Navy planeto '
Jacksonville, Lr. Com. James ' ,
Anywhere .:
at Ridgecrest. The Dickerts will
continue on to western Pennsyl. A. Babbitt, Jr., spent Friday,
vania where they will visit relatives :night visiting with his father, FULL CUT ROUND SIRLOIN
and friends. Mr Dickert James A. Babbitt, Sr. Lt. Com.I Lb. Lb.
Babbitt is stationed with the
plans to visit with an uncle who STEAK 89 STEAK 89
will celebrate his 102nd birth. U.S. Navy In Washington, D.C.1,

day shortly.
Wynn Abbott, president ot: THE BOOK NOOK CHUCK CHUCK

League Daytona, will Beach occupy Christian the Service pulpit, MR. MIDSHIPMAN STEAK Lb. 59* ROAST u 49'
HORNBLOWER
this Sunday in the 'absence ot:
Rev. Dickert, who will be away Mr. Midshipman Hornblowe. I
for two weeks. Is one of nine exciting sea
ROUND BONE PALM RIVER SLICED
Mr. Abbott, who is a convert. stories about the English wa
ed alcoholic, founded an Alcoholics hero Horatio Hornblower writtenby I ".
Rehabilitation Center in C. S. Forrestor. ROAST 59 BACON 49
Daytona Beach and also operatestwo This book tells about Horn L.
thrift stores. blower from the age of seven
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. teen when he goes to sea In the FOLGER'S GIANT'SIZE
with classes for all ages and I Royal Navy as a midshipman.
worship hour at 11 o'clock. He is ambitious and soon" gets
transferred to the crack ship, COFFEE TIDE
Earl Babbitt :and son Larry, ndefiable, where he gets his -
and Miss Addle Babbitt arrived first taste of battle.
last Friday morning from Augusta -. It Is really a good book and LI. CAM MM lOX
Ga. fora weekend visit I Imagine anyone who likes sea 59OR
with their brother, James,Arthur stories would really enjoy this
Babbitt, Sr. Mrs. W. A. Babbitt, book.
their mother, and another Library Assistant, YOUR CHOICE ," ,OR YOUR CHOICE
daughter, Mrs. Irene Bollinger, Tommy Kahlert. \'J' "
accompanied them home Sun- 10.OZ. FOLGER'S INSTANT GIANT SIZE, ENERGY
day after spending ten days, THE IRON MISTRESS
visiting here. By Paul L Wellman COFFEE 99* BOX 39c
This Is a story about the life
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover and legend of Jim Bowie. The Limit ,1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
have as their guest this week setting changes as the plot Is
their daughter, Mrs. John Mun- being formed. Bowie, as you 3 Oz. PKG. GELATIN-ALL FLAVORS 2/ SIZE CAN SHURFINE FRUIT
ro, and her daughter, Gail, and know, is one of the heroes of
son, John, from Park Forrest, 111.Mrs. the ,Alamo. The title, as you 'kgs. Cocktail 00
JELLO 2 3 Fer$1
may have guessed, comes from 19
Eda Hart Wilkins arrived his famous knife. The author
Monday night from Annlston, gives very good descriptions of
Alabama, and will spend the characters aswell' as settingsin SIZE 300 SWEET TREET CRUSHED 15 oz GLASS MUSSELMAN'S APPLE
summer In her home on Second this book. This book I recommend For

Street. Interested to In all our persons nation's who historyas are,I Pineapple 2 For 39? SAUCE 2 35*

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS well as the fiction readers. I
Church school time is 9:45A. : Library Assistant, ,
FOREMOST ICED MILK B & K LUNCHEON
.M. each Sunday and worship Randy Morris. :

Reynold hour at 11 Hoover o'clock, minister with, Rev.and The saucer shaped leaves of I Big Dip % :!. 49* Meat 3 12 Oz. $1
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special music by the choir. South America's Royal Water c CabsSouthern
Rev. Hoover and Lyman Gage Lily often exceeds 20 feet In cir I
attended the annual Methodist cumference. The white blossom Gem
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Large 12 OZ. CAN LARUTA CORNED
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CANTALOUPES Sixe 6 For Picnic JugExpires
by eenturlti-old natural beer,U Large 3 89c
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employ,more than M.OOO persons with an annul payroll of S &: H GREEN STAMPS
l' 155000000. Money made In Florida, spent In Florida. In With this coupon and this coupon and With
Florida,beer belongs,.enjoy tt. purchase of 2 Lbs. Kraft this coupon and
r4 Tasty Loaf Each Cheese 69c Spread purchase of One your purchase of $3.00 J'

4\ UNITED, STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Watermellon, Any Size or
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Thursday, June 13, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLOW I)A PAGE:SEVEN
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Mrs. H. T. Cook was trans. Beach Resident
ferred to the J. Hillis Miller I ,

Medical Center in Gainesville I
Enoch Linderoth '
Monday, for a medical checkup.
She had spent two weeks In the
LOCALS ,I I Gainesville local hospital before going to, Died Sunday A. M'I iiOpening

i I j Enoch Linderoth, 304 Palm I
I'Drive, Flagler Beach: passed I I
Randy Morris left last week
MUZYKA FAMILY I morning at the Ii
i, away Sunday I
for Washington, D. c., where he
f ENJOYS REUNION local hospital after a long Ul.1 i
will serve as a page for Con
I I ness. lIe was a retired builder I Soon
C. H. gressman Billy Matthews.Mr. .
Muzyka of Texas City, I II I and contractor and was 69 yearsof
Texas visited here last week
I and Mrs T E. Holden age.
I with his mother Mrs. Jessie Mu re
zyka, and his sister Marie Mu. I turned home Wednesday aftera Mr. Linderoth was born in ,
I zyka. Also a guest in the Mu- visit in Ellzabethton, Tenn. Goteborg, Sweden, and came J j
(J zyka home was Miss Waltrina the past month.Bandmaster 'to Florida in 1946 from Long Island >I <

t ; Stouall of Texas City. I New York lIe resided In "'"......\.L"...""1W_ \-,'V,
,
rF Mr. Muzyka is manager of :the and Mrs. Walter I Holly Hill, Rio Vista and Or- <; J'I,;;
W. T. Grant Department Store I Morris were in Silver Springs mond Beach previous to movingto ,
in Texas City. I II during the past weekend where Flagler Beach three years !!,.' :'

While here they were enter. Mr. Morris attended a band ago. Land 'n SeaFashions \

tamed in the homes of, his sis clinic. : lie Is survived by his wife, .
: ters, Mrs. Jack Clegg, Zena Mu. ,; Selma, of Flagler Beach; one
zyka, Mrs. Lee Blakely Mrs. Rev and Mrs. W. L. Spicer,!I,i sister, Mrs. Rose Jansen, Gote
Richard Cantrell all of Bunnell, Jr., and family left Wednesday borg, Sweden. ,
I and Mrs. Otis Hunter of Espan- f for Miami where he will serve I,I Graveside services and Inter. .
'I I
lola. I as pastor of Christ Methodist:
1 ment were held Wednesday
DayChristopherMiss Also his sisters, Mrs. Pauline Church. |i morning at 11 o'clock in the

Marilyn Christopher of I I Lovelace of Bunnell and Mrs. !I family lot at Shady Rest Cemetery
Bunnell became the bride of Betty Hawkins of Palatka and Mrs. Louis Stefllk and young i Holly Hill. Rev. Albert
John Joseph Day of Norfolk, Virginia a brother Paul Forsythe of Pa son, Martin, are in Fort Lauder. j I Shultz, pastor of the Luthern
on May 29, 1963, in Havre latka also visited at the Mu I dale for a short visit with her I Trinity Church of Holly Hill of. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Baker. '\
parents .
. De Grace, Maryland.The zyka home. flclated.
; simple double ring cere During their visit here the I Pallbearers were J. P. GUI I
; mony was performed by Rev. guests visited Marineland,
1i'RENEW Earl Breece, Ray Owen, Robert
Lain Bach in the First Christian Augustine, and Cape St.1 Swann, Grover Parker, and Pete
Church there. YOUR Von Pervls.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody DRIVER'S LICENSE k Arrangements were under the
Mrs. Martell Hunter of Orlando. and Eula Lee were visiting in WRING YOUR direction of Craig Funeral Home
The bridegroom is the son of Gainesville Sunday. BIRTH MONTH of Bunnell.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Day of 404 ----- --- ---
N. Union, Havre De Grace, Md.
For her wedding the bride
was attired in a pale blue lace
gown with white accessories.Her I II
flowers was a corsage of yel
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low rose buds.

Her matron of honor was Mrs. I I,
Robert Richardson, sister of the '
bridegroom. Serving as best man
was Ronald Scott Fears. ' .4-j At 107 N. BaylStreet
The couple will reside in Nor :L.i;
folk, Virginia, where Mr. Day is (Former Postoflice Bldg.))

stationed with th U. S. Navy.He 3 M/MMkn .
is an aviation 'I :YJ ' f1t (


mine Mrs.warfare Coyla Holt anu.subma'I' I II

Gail and Kern of Flint, Mich.,
visited here during the past I
weekend with Mrs. Neva Eisen-
bach. They are former residentsof

Bunnell. Her husband, the I
late Jack Holt, was a memberof
the Bunnell school faculty.Mr. .

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and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonwere 1
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visiting at Cypress Gardens !
during the 'past weekend. I 1I 1I I .


FINESSE BRIDGE I sN
CLUB MEETS AT. I I
MORRIS HOME I I
Mrs. Jimmy Crews was hostess I ,
to members of the Finesse, I

Bridge Club Monday evening atj i I ,
the Walter Morris Home.
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High score was won by Mrs. I '
Martin McDaniel with low score I . ,I. .'.," ,>l:
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going to Mrs. Rosely Cameron. I II i ryt I r. ': t >i: ::.tc-; ,
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students at Stetson University, II .
visited here recently with Mrs. I I 9Ladies

Daisy Walker and Miss Lucille' ,
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JEFFERY EUGENE HERSEY s f/ ." I I Children [ "r

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hersey I I .. '; .. ..
announce the arrival of a son "
born at the Halifax Hospital in I
Daytona Beach June 6. lie I I .. : .
Infants : .
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weighed seven pounds thirteen : ': "" I
ounces and has been given the)

name Maternal of Jeffery grandparents Eugene.are Mr. 83 Years Without a VacationSince .

and Mrs. F. H. Malphurs of ", .' Students

BunnelL 1880, Florida phones have gone about their business of bringing people .", 1.."" "

BERTHA together around the clock, around the calendar. Because you depend on it, -.w"a

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bertha your telephone never takes a vacation. Over 1,500,000 Southern Bell phonesin
announce the 'arrival of a son ... .. Men
Florida-all diMl-operated-work full time to keep people In touch for any ,
,
born June 11 at the Flagler '
Clinic and HospitaL He weighed purpose, day or night, at so little cost. *'3 A : ,,/

seven pounds, three ounces, and Southern (4,ra Bell I ..
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I CITY LEAGUE STANDING > IN TUB COURT OK TilE COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK TIIKMKIMNTH NOTICE FOR BIDS
Jl;IHiK, KLAliLKH COUNTY, JUDICIAL CIRCl ITOK Notice is hereby given that theHoard
I Yf L 1 pef !TATK' OK FLORIDA l\ I'UO- KLOIUDA. IN AND FOIL of County Commissioners
BATK. I KLAULHR COUNTY win receive sealed bids on the 1st
4 efJ SPORTS I Seville 6 3 (667 IN RE: The Estaet of CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH day of July A. D. 1961 at the hour
Wadsworth 3 3 500 W. H. DEEM, Deceased.TO FLORIDA of 9:00: o'clock A. M. in the office
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Petitioner of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin
I Bunnell Motors 4 5 444 Notice Is hereby given that W. W. VI. the Flagler County Courthouse
NareS l I Bunneil Merchants 3 375 Deen and J. C. Dean filed their TilE STATE OF FLORIDA., et al., for the sale of the brick that have
1 ,5 I final report as Executors of the Respondents. been removed from the road between -

r (Continued from Page 2) estate of W. H. DEEM deceased; ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE I Bunnell and Espanola which
I will be sold to the highest and
i that they filed their petition for OF FLORIDA
TO THE STATE
STANDING
PONYTAIL for cash in the following
bidders,
n final discharge, and that they will AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY best
VFW Auxiliary, 6:45.: W L per I' apply to the Honorable T. K. MeKNIdHT. OWNERS, TAXPAYERS quantities:
County Judge of Flagler CITIZENS AND OTHERS HAVING Lots of 1,000
July 9-FMC vs. Bunnell Restaurant Citizens Bank 5 0 1000 'County Florida, on the 27th day OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT Lots of 6,000

6:45.: V. F. W. 3 1 750 and of June for, 1963.Anal for discharge approval otc TITLE OR INTEREST:: IN PROP BY Lots Lots of of 20.000 10.000
ERTY TO BE AFFECTED
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July 11-Citizens Bank vs. F. M. C 1 3 250 tors of the estate of W. H. Deen. THE ISSUANCE BY THE CITYOF Bids will be accepted for a mini-
deceased, on this 10th day of May FLORIDA mum of 1,000 and a limit of not
FLAOLER BEACH.
VFW Auxiliary, 6:45. Bunnell Restaurant 0 5 000 1963.First. OF THE 1650.000 WATER more than 20.000 to ant one p.r-

Rained out games will be publication: May 23rd. 1963. BONDS: HEREINAFTER! MORE son.The '
W. \v. DEEM J. C. DEEN DESCRIBED bricks will be sold as are
PARTICULARLY
J played If games will effect Subscribe for The Flagioi Irlbuo* Executors of the estate of OR TO BE; AFFECTED IN ANYWAY and where they are.

for Playoff $240 A Year In Advance \v. H. Deen, deceased. THEREBY! : I The Board reserves the. right to
playoff.
standing May 23-30 & June 6-U-Uc reject any and all bids.Dated .
16. First place The State of Florida, throughthe at Bunr.ell, Florida, this
will start July
I BIOS WANTED IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OKKLAOLRR /State:: Attorney of the Seventh 3rd day of Juno A. D. 1963.'
winner will play third place Sealed bid are requested for COUNTY, KLORIDA Judicial Circuit of said /State:: and C. H. COWART, Chairman,
sales of six room frame house and 466J the several property owners taxpayers ATTEST
standing, second place winner two lots described *. Lots No.6&: CAUL IN CIIANCKKY R. NO. citizens and others havingor 'I E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Boardof
: I fourth standing. 6, Block 66. Town of Bunnell and UOBIEPlaintiff claiming any right, title or Interest County'Commissioners of
place
will play located at the corner of Palm and VI. in property to be affectedby 'Flagler County, Florida
1 Series will be two games out Anderson Streets In Bunnell. bids LOIS MAY the issuance by the City ofFlagler June 6.U-2tc .
being received up to 7:30 P. M., RODIEDefendant Beach, Florida, of the _
of three. Winners of series will Wednesday July 8, 1963 at the NOTICE TO DKKKMJ 1650.000 Water Bonds hereinaftermore NOTICE
First Church, Bunnell, Flor particularly described, to
Baptist or
play for championship In two THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ida. Seller reserves the right of be affected In any way thereby,
out of three series. ,Winner play. until new parsonage Is LOIS MAY ROBIE. are required to appear before the THAT I, VIRGINIA CARROLL
complete such time not to exceed whose place of residence and Circuit Flagler County i, CALLAHAN. who was convicted In
ers will receive medals. First six months.T. post office address are unknown Florida, Crourtthf Seventh JudicialCircuit I 1 the Circuit Court of Flagler County
H. WADSWORTH. ClerkJuneFlzolzf You are hereby notified that a of said State at the CourtHouse Florida, at the spring term
+ place team will receive trophy Church. suit has been filed against in the In Bunnell, Florida, on the thereof, A. D. 1960, of the offenseI
and second place team will receive .Stc above entitled cause; and you are 3rd day of July 1963 at 9:45: o'- I I robbery and sentenced therefor
hereby required to file your answer clock A. M., and show cause why I to six months to ten years, will
second place trophy. Batting with the Clerk of this Court, the prayers of the petition filed 1 apply for clemency to the State
and to serve a copy thereof upon In the above I shouldnot ;Board of Pardons, Tallahassee
I champ will receive a trophy. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. be granted proceedings and the Water Florida, at its next. regular meet-

I Batting champ will have to beat PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER whose! name and adress Is: Bonds therein described and the ing.S
MAUIUCE WAGNER proceedings Virginia Carroll Callahan
heretofore had tho-
i bat 22 times. 144 Burlelgh Avenue rising the Issuance thereof au vali- June .8-13-2&0.
Holly Hill Florida I i i
dated and confirmed, said Water ,
I not latet than June 25th A. D. 1963. Bonds being dated April' 1, 1H3. IN THE" CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGI.EIt
If you fall to do so, decree pro bearing Interest at a rate not exceeding -{I COUNTY FLORIDA
confpsso will be entered againstyou six per centum per annum CHANCERY NO. 464
RONNIE WELLS HITS Phillip M WhitleyP. for the relief demanded In the payable seml-annually on I PAUL BENTON,

SIXTH HOME RUN I'I bill of complaint. The nature of April 1 and. October 1 of each year.:, v. Plaintiff,
said suit being for divorce. aggregating the principal sum of
":'hit his sixth 1 O. Box 1741 WITNESS my hand and seal of $660(I 000. being In the denominationof LUCILLE DELORES BENTON
Ronnie Wells I aid Court this list day of May.A. $ o each, and maturing serially I.' Defendant.
I St. Florida D., 1963.Official In NOTICE TO DEFEND
home run Monday night, a Augustine, annual installments In
( Seal) the years 1968 to 1993. Inclusive THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
game which was called In the E. A. SMYTHE a more complete description ofsaid LUCILLE DELORES BENTON
I Phone ID 7-3282 Clerk of said Circuit Court Water Bonds being contained i 16 Naveslnk Avenue
fifth on the 10 run ruling. Se. By Julia K. Harvey In the petition herein. Atlantic Highlands New Jersey

ville won 17.7 over ;tbe Bunnell Bunnell, Florida Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified that a
< DONE AND ORDERED at De.
"' May 23-30 & June -13-4tc suit has been filed against you In
Merchants Land Florida, this 6th day of the above entitled cause: and you
. I" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF June. 1963. are hereby required an.
---.. "', KI.A4il.KH COUNTY, FLORIDA /HOWELL W. MELTON live! with the ktoorlthr.o'O( t,
IN ciivfcr.RY; NO. 4979MAnaitJ Judge of the Circuit Courtof and to serve a copy thereof upon
; I MusjcTennessee L. WIGGINS.Plaintiff. the Seventh Judicial Circuit the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
CLASSIFIED Z
I of Florida, In and for whose name and address Is:
I vs. FJagl..r Countf. Ray Selden
StyleBY JAY LEONARD WIGGINS. COURT SEAL) Selden Building
I II
Defendant.: ATTEST: Daytona Beach, Florida

ADS NOTICE TO DKKEND E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk not later than July 8. A. D. 1963.

Walt Grayea&Carl Spicer THE STATE! OF FLORIDA. TO: Circuit Court, Flagler. If you fall to do so. decree pro
I County Florida
JAY LEONARD WIGGINS I confesso will be entered against
I ....t..*. ....* this keaclsw areS FRIDAY 9 P. M. till Warner Robbins Georgia June UZO.27-3tc you for the relief demanded In the
peats per wer* sack lasertleBt. You are hereby notified that a bill of complaint The nature of
n eeata ls> stsil.... charge. SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. suit has been filed against you In IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OKKLAGLKR I said suit being for divorce.
the above entitled cause: and you COUNTY. FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and seal of

FOR SALE-7 pairs traverse cur LETTER OF MARQUE are hereby required to rlhr.o'gOt.and : JOSEF IN CHANCERY M NO.. "TT 'A.said D. Court 1963.Official this 3rd day of 'June
with the Clerk
tain rods, four with extensions. COCKTAIL LOUNGE swer to serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiff, ( Seal)

Also G. E. electric stove, all In & RESTAURANT the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, KLARA MAROTHY, E. A. SMYTHE
whose name and address Is: Clerk of said Circuit Court
good condition. Phone ID 7.3378 CLAYTON & CLAYTON Defendant. By Julia R.
5 Miles So. of Marinelandon THE STATE OF TO: Deputy
209 Conrad BuildingDeLand Hl'JDA. Clerk.
4373412. CLARA I
\\\or AlA. Florida June 8-1I-ZO-21-4to
not later than July 191. Whose place of residence and --
i A WATKINS ROUTE in this area If you fail to do loAdr: r pro post office address are unknownIUlt NOTICENotice
confenfo will be entered against are hereby .notified that a I : Is hereby given that the
( i Is open for semi-retired man, or for the relief demanded in the has been filed against you in following described lands or so

lady. Many semi-retired people TV SERVICE till of complaint. The nature of the above entitled cause! ; and you I much thereof as will be necessary to
are hereby required to file your answer
said suit being for divorce. I pay the amount due for taxes here
earn $50.00 to $100.00 per week WITNESS my hand and seal of with the Clerk of this Court I In set opposite same together with
said Court this 11th day of JuneA. and to serve a copy thereof upon I|I cost of such sale and advertising,
A, depending on time devoted to ALL MAKES 1) 1963.Official the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney ,I will be sold at public auction on
Route. Also have 1 full time Agent For ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE whose name and address Is.: 'I the 17th day of June 1963. at the
Clerk of said Circuit Court SAMUEL V. HOLCH I I office of the City Tax Collector in
Route open. Maybe you can By Julia 1C Harvey, 110 N. 3rd Street the Community Center Building at
For Interview RCA & PHILCO Deputy Clerk Palatka, Floridanot I I I 10:00 o'clock A. M. in the City of
qualify. personal June 13-20-27 & July 4 4to later than July 15, A. D. 1963. I Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida:
In your area, write J. H. Mc I If you fall to do so, decree pro I All railroad property owned by
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT. !SEVKVTII confesso will be entered againstyou Florida East Coast Railway Com
Garity, Box 627, Willlston, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK for the relief demanded in the pany within the corporate limits
Ida. Flor'l I AND INSTALLED FLORIDA, IN AND FOR KLAGLUR bill of complaint. The nature of. of the City of Bunnell .... 3141897.
'Ol'NTY. IN CHANCKRVISO.
said suit being for divorce.
Nancy C. Rodgers.
TUBES TESTED FREE 4671.YVONNE WITNESS my hand and seal of I City Tax Collector,
Brame Construction Co., builders r L. CACHE'PlaIntiff. said Court this 11th day of JuneA. I City of Bunnell, Florida.
I i
D. 1963.
May 23-30 & June 6-13
of low cost homes, masonry o; .VI- (Court Seal) I -4tcI
MAURICE L. CACHE..
I
frame. Remodeling, additions, TV Bob Defendant. E. A. SMYTHE I \ TilE CIRCUIT COURT 8EV-
NOTICE OK M'lT Clerk of said Circuit Court K.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
porches, baths, farm buildings.No IN THE NAME OF THE STATE By Julia R. Harvey FLORIDA I\ AND FOR KLAG.LKR -
down 100 cent I OF FLORIDA: I Deputy Clerk COUNTY IN CHANCERY
money per FLAGLER BEACH TO: MAURICE L. CACHE', whose June 13-20-27 &; July .-Itc 1\O. "73

financing. Call day-night, Lacy PHONE HE 9-2204 residence and post office ELLIS I'LUMMER

;, Brame, phone Owen 8.3711, P. O. GREETINGS mailing: address Is unknown KLAOLKR IN TIIK CIRCUIT(COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF I vs.I . Plaintiff

: Box 186, Crescent City, Fla. You are hereby notified that a IN CHANCERY NO. 4878 TEMPlE PLUMMER,
.' suit In equity has been brought EDITH MAE FERGUSON I Defendant.
May 30-4tp against you by YVONNE L. Plaintiff, -- NOTICE
HASTINGS MATTRESS CACHE', In the Circuit Court. Seventh VI.
IN THE
NAME THE
ROBERT BARRY FERGUSON'; OF STATE
Judicial Circuit In and for
4 Unit Apartment house at OK FLORIDA
Defendant. :
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Flagler County Florida, and you
Flagler Beach, lot 150 x 150. C. are hereby summoned ordered NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: Temple is Plummer unknown.You .whose residence -
710-12 Lemon St. : and required to file your written THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
:"Leslie Ginn, Palatka, phone answer or defenses to the complaint ROBERT BARRY FERGUSON are hereby required to file
3253534. 9 Palatka, Florida filed herein against In 312 Stellen Avenue your written defenses on or before
May -6tp Phone EA 5-9166 the above entitled cause ru Rldgewood. New Jersey July %2. 1963 to the Bill of complaint
office of the Clerk of the Circuit You are hereby notified that a filed herein against you and
FOR RENT-furnished., cottage Furniture. Upholstering Court In and for Flagler County suit has been filed against you in to serve a copy of the name on '
Repaired & Refinished Florida, at his office In the CourtHouse the above entitled cause; and you Fred R. Brannon. Jr. Box 806. New
+ 1 bedroom, $40.00 per month. Hundreds of Patterns to In Df Wlel ldjuln. or are hereby required to file your answer Smyrna Beach Florida The natureof
ID 7-3304. 5-9-tf I before the day of .D.. with the Clerk of this Court, this suit Is a suit for divorce.
I Phone Choose from. 1963. and to serve a copy of such and to serve a copy thereof upon 'The Flagler Tribune" is hereby
Mattresses & Box Springs answer or defenses upon French the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, designated as the newspaper in
r FOR RENT-Two bedroom du- Made to Order. Also Renovated C. Davis. Plaintiffs Attorney hereIn : whose name and adddress Is: which this Notice shall be published -
whose address is 550 8eabreee SAMUEL V. HOLCH once a week for four consecutive -
: Alex apartment, screen porch. PRICES REASONABLE. Boulevard Daytona Beach Florida 110 N. 3rd Street weeks.
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. on or before said date as requiredby i Palatka. Floridanot WITNESS my hand and seal this
the laws of Florida and the later than July 1 A. D., 1963. 6th day of June A. D. 1963.
Just as near as your 1954 Florida Rules of Civil Procedure If you fall to do so, decree pro (Official Seal)
II FOR RENT-Furnished Apart. Phone or Post Office : If you fall to do so, a Decree I ronfeasso will be entered against E. A. MYTHE
Pro Confesso will be entered for the relief Clerk Circuit Court
Drop Us A Card or Call sou demanded in the
Call
" ment $40.00 per month. against you for the relief demanded I bill of complaint The nature of FlaKier Florida
Harris Appliance ID 73367. Free Pick-up & Delivery In the complaintYou said suit being for divorce. June - &July 4-4tc
. f are further notified that the [ WITNESS my hand and seal of
. March 14-tf nature of said suit U a suit for said Court this 11th day of JuneA. IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE' COURT
,F Divorce from the marriage existIng U 1963.Official IN AND FOR KLAGLKH CO UN-
between yourself and the I ( Seal) TY ,1.ORlnA. IN I.UOBATE.
PEPTIC TANK CLEANING at Plnlntlff. 1 I Clerk of said Circuit Court CASE NO. 838.

. reasonable prices. Call George Ibr Nattier QlrthunrBUNNKLL The name of the Court In which By Julia R. Harvey IN RE: Estate KELLER
this suit has been Instituted is I Deputy Clerk WALTER R. .
'Jarosz, ID 73410. I I I Circuit Court Seventh Judicial June 13-20-2T July 4-4tc
\. FLORIDA Circuit Flagler County Florida, NOTICK OK ENTRY w" ORDER
)-24-7-25 p. and the abbreviated title of this I IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE' COURT DECLARING ADMINISTRATION, .
case Is CACHE' vs. CACHE'. IN AND FOR KLAGLKH 'OI'N UNNECESSARYTo
; \vANTED-BUlk (L. p. Gas) cus- It is hereby ordered that this TY. FLORIDA. IN PIIOMATK. all persons having claims
M. B. FULLER. Editor order and notice shall be any
MRS. publishedonce I I I CASE NO. -OB or demands against the
.: tomers. Call Harris Appliance & a week for four (4) consecutive I IN REEstate ofi WALTER a KELLER deceased estate of
weeks In The Flagler Tribune i i i LEWIS J. .
i SLAUnil Deceased.NOTICH You and each of
1 pas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Designated Official P.blle.ti.wS.r a newspaper published In Bunnell '>' OK FILING PETiTiON notified that an order you are d.cJarlnllC'IldmlnltraUon hereby
30-tic Flagler County, Florida and having i!i FOR FINAL DKCHARGK OKKXECUTOR of the
flue Public Netlees .f FlacterCeaMy a general circulation In Flag'lee : WALTER estate of
It.
F County, Florida. I I i Notice Is hereby given that I KELLER deceased
I t..I.I as unnecessary has been entered
--- Municipalities
WITNESS hand Clerk of have filed final
FJOHNSTON'S my as : my returns as by the Honorable T K.
and the Stale .f FlerMa said Circuit Court of Flagler Coun i executrix of the estate of LEWIS Judge of the County Judge's McKnlght.!
I ty. Florida, and the seal of the i iI 'I J. 8LAUGH. deceased: that I have Flakier County, Florida. The Court total
i said Court at Bunnell Flagler filed my petition for distribution
cash value of said estate
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. second class matter I County. Florida on the 7th day;I and for final discharge, and thaton to be $4.747.18. Will determined -
}.(ITS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT Entered as I of June A. D.. 19(3. I June 27th 19 3. I wilt apply toI ."' such order to and: was
Allen
I February I, 1913 at the postofflce (Court a.r. I the Honorable T. K. McKNlGHT. Mae 1227 Meridian Street
WATER FRONF. FARMS, I EMIL SMYTHE I County Judge of Anderson Indiana. ,
at Bunnell. Florida, under act of Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida, for approval of er.aouft"Jt Frances Mathews 1227
". : ACREAGE I Flagler County Florida i returns and for an order of dls- BUeet. Anderson Indiana Meridian. ,
Bee Uti for your real estate need I i March I. 1ST*. Dy Julia R. Harvey i trlbutlon and for final discharge First publication: June IS uui
Deputy Clerk. I I of executrix of the will of LEWIS!] H/ MAE ALLEN '
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I FRENCH C. DAVIS J. SLAUGH. deceased. ,
1227 Meridian
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 One year ... -- ..> SUO<> Attorney for Plaintiff May ISrd. 1963. St. '
I Seabreete I 1237 Meridian Mathew.
560 Boulevard SMiriam R.
or ID 7-3517 t Six months ...__..-,.31.25 Daytona Beach Florida I Slaugh Executrix. Anderson dlrn t,. Apt, No. I

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J PAGE) TEN THK FLAGLEK TRIIHWR BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, June 13, 1963

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RI tal on ReadingOffel.d Summer II ii-I ScreamIce 4-H ShortcourseJune Preparation i last that minute would give preparations.Rural little time. for I:


Enrichment Program CreamBy 24 to 28 Prevents PanicWill 1 citizens, especially farmers .

,, must prepare to cope with
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Remedial reading will be of- ( Lynn Bissland) Boys from all over Floridaare you be one of the millions special problems, not commonto

fered on the Bunnell School making plans to attend the of Americans to panic If i'I urban citizens. All rural people
Summer Enrichment Program. "I scream, you scream, we all 1963 4-H Club Shortcourseat
. Boys' your radio should sign off the would probably be isolated
Mrs. Opal Craig will be In scream for Ice cream. This familiar the University of Florida, air with the announcement that during and for some time following -

charge of the program which 1 childhood saying brings June 24-28. Theme of the short- the President of the United an attack. In additionto

will b? for improvement and I I' back visions of that infrequent course is "4-IJ: Youth LeadersIn States had just declared a national themselves,, farmers must
enrichment only. The program delight-homemade Ice cream. Action." ? You will be
emergency also think about the protectionof
for Now thanks to research and
levels
will Include reading
'The1' course Is being programmed if caught unprepared. their livestock by furnishingfeed
I modern dairy :technology, we
second through eighth.
grades I "It is responsibility as an
your Rural
Mrs. Craig said assignmentsfor can enjoy ice cream every day. with a schedule that I I and water. citizens
American to be prepared for nu.
will provide educational oppor. will have to rely on family
study sessions wjll# be givenat +I I Modern advance have allow. tunitles for recreational activitiesand clear attack," stresses E. S. shelters in case of an attack

the registration period on ed the consumer to purchase ata fellowship," reports W. W. Holmes, Rural Civil Defense coordinator where an urban citizen can
June 17 at 930.: Pupils may low cost, high grade and quality for the Agricultural
Brown, State Boy's 4-H Club make use of a community
register In the East Annex. ice cream. This was not pos Agent. Extension Service. "History has shelter. '

sible during the early period of Speakers featured in the pro. shown that aggressors are usually "Preparedness is all the things
Local MasonsList the Ice cream industry when the reluctant to attack nations do in
gram will Include Dr. J. Wayne you daily living plus a
holders of good formulas were Retltz, president 'of the University I which are alert, strong and little extra, just in case," says
ActivitiesIt In great demand and were bat'gained i capable of defending themselves Holmes. Remember
of Florida, Doyle E. Conner, during an
for on the basis of their ," notes Holmes, pointingout .
I Florida Commissioner of Agriculture emergency, whether enemy attack
was announced today that ability. Thus the formulas were that "the best insurance for flood
Dr. E. T. York, provostfor storm or families
the Bunnell Masonic Lodge will secret to only few. "
kept a is
peace enlightened strength.
I agriculture of the university, i should expect to have their water
have rehearsal by past mast-
a Ice cream dates back to over and Paul Hendrick, student body "It Is Just common sense to I supply cut off or contaminated I II
of the lodge who will put I
ers five centuries ago. In the be. president of the university. prepare for any emergency," he I I and lose their electricity.
the master's degree Friday
on ginning the practice was to Ice Instructing the boys In their emphasizes, "and a nuclear attack -1 They might not be able to get
June 14 at 7:30. I
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evening I beverages with snow from the class periods will be Florida would be an emergency I I extra food for several days.
Then on Saturday evening,
snow-capped mountains. After Agricultural Extension Service
June 15, special meeting will -1:flKXKKKlSteJSSlia: !
a
the discovery that salt and Ice I specialists. Freshmen will be
be held for work in the fellow
make a good freezing mixture, divided into instructional groups
craft degree. This will be'court- It was possible to chill and i where they will be allowed to i i OPEN ".
work for Hlleah lodge in '
esy ,
freeze the beverages-resulting I choose from such topics as "Im-
Miami. All master masons are
In a product similar to our ices proving Yourself Through 4-H,"
urged to attend.
of today. Eventually milk and 1 "Thought and Talk in 4-H" and l nt '
Tuesday, June 18, will be
cream were introduced into the "Career Exploration." The senior VARIETY STORE
"past masters' night" when all FLACl R BEACH
mixture resulting in products delegates may select a subject
masters will be honored.
past similar to the sherberts and ice from 14 study areas, such as for-
Dinner will be at 6 o'clock and Il' '
Ladies' and Children* Dresses $ 98
creams of today. Such products estary communications, dairy.
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the meeting begins at 730. All
t' were known In Paris in 1774. lag, agricultural engineeringand
master masons are urged to at. I

i tend this meeting. The rich taste in ice cream sources.In- conserving. natural re ALSO BEACH WEAR

Is due to the butterfat content,
I ; addition to the educational)SkixKMKaKiKmix .. .
NEW BUILDING varying from 10 to 16 percent, -- --- -- ----- -
I program, the short course will I
I FOR UNIVERSITY and the amount of sugar Is 2 to I !I
the state
encompass public I
3 per cent higher in flavored FOR
j Ground was broken June 1 for I I speaking competition and the
products, such as chocolate ice I'
the University of Florida's new,!cream. annual State 4-H Council. Dur. PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

$1 million College of Archltec-1! Ing the council!; delegates will'

;ture and Fine Arts complex. Of the many flavors on the i discuss and plan programs and' CANCER

Ceremonies marked the start I market today, surveys show that elect officers for the coming! AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.

,of construction on the facility over 50 per cent of the total of year |

I I which has been in top, legislative i\ Ice cream sold Is vanilla. Chocolate { Each county is limited to 151 j T. COOK AGENCY

priority lists for needed ranks second and strawberry \ boys as delegates to the short, Phor ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida

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