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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 20, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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! VOLUME 51, NO. 24 BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 $2.60 A YEAR ,
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r Leigon Post 115 I Locals to Attend | I Remember ;dancer Drive Short'' Timber Growers


' Officers Installed 4-H Shortcourse i! (If Jim Camp) '$40 of $1006 Goal I Tenth Annual '

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f DO. YOU REMEMBERWhenBill

Monday Evening : "Guest Night" I j ji Hamrick (now a Gulf Life drive The has local reached Cancer a total Crusade of Fish Fry June 27.
I i ,bigwig in Jax) first came to I
Mrs. Cora Buckles was Installed $960 to date, Vice Chairman '
Timber
< About 50 4-H'ers.. parents and Bunnell to teach inthe high The Tenth Annual
Gwen McGriff said The
of The
es Commander I . today. Growers Fish Frv will be 'held
friends are !to be guests of LevI! I school. When Baptist Pastor
p' American Legion Post 115 in a j' Brannam, Jr., John Baggett, Jr.,:'j J. M. DeVette "doubled" as cab!. i goal for for the drive. this year was Thursday, June 27th, at 'Ra>on-
Installation set $1,000.00.Officials
ceremony Monday Tilman Robinson, Jr. and Tom I I net maker and carpenter, and ler Headquarters. This event Is
evening. Mrs. Buckles is the i I of the local unit said
w my Herr at the University of, helped build the Dale Brown held every summer with all
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II' first woman to serve as com they are holding the crusade j
residents of
i Florida's 4-H Shortcourse on house now owned by the Ab Flagler County Jt- "
wander of the local post. drive open for several more days ,
I Tuesday, June 23th. These four Johnstons. .When John Gerz was I ing Invited. Last year approximately
Installed with Mrs. Buckles ( to give those who were misseda
j boys are delegates to the city's last "old lamplighter" 900 plates of red snapperwas
", were: Andrew Zalewski, first Shortj i j and used chance to get their contribu- served.
I course and will j to turn on the streetlight
vice commander; Leonard Lion In. Several persons were j ji
Serving111 about 5
I Gainesville for a week of In. every night on the corner begin:
?.. Moody second vice commander; tenslfied study. across from Mike Stone's home i away from home during (the P M. on the spacious groundsof
Duke McDaniel, adjutant; Walter I 'i drive and this Will enable them '
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1 about
The guests will travel to' .When there were Saturday Rayonier Headquarters,
Morris finance officer; Levi j Gainesville a school bus! movies inthe school auditorium, to get their contribution In before five miles north of Bunnell, and
Brannam, chaplain M. B. Fuller f the final report is made Ho |
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f I through the' courtesy: of the': and Holden's Pharmacy was always will continue Into the evening,
historian; Raymond Smith, Flagler County School Board. "open after the show" fol. the Tampa headquarters of the I I' until all have been served. G.B.

service officer; Steve Cyzyckl' ,i The bus will leave the court. lowing !those and other enter. Cancer Society. Kelly of Florida Forest Service
sargeant-at-arms. i The board of directors for the ,
will be in
"' tainments charge of frying fish
house at 3 P. M. and will arrive ,
IIin local unit met last week to''
Installing. officers were: Marge and
When Junior McKnight built Serving.
Gainesville 5 P.M. The
by
Norman, Fifth District J study the possibilities of main. ) '
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There Is the fol.
group will then tour the Unl-! a "Roller-Coaster" In his back no charge as
mander who 1 taming a loan closet with
:" was assisted by verslty of Florida campus. In- yard (it worked, too) and set Joint ,II lowing timber growers are hosts
fifth district officers Cora Buckles : I the Flagler Community Nursing
"carnival with for the evening:
a complete
eluded on the tour will be the up 1
as adjutant; and Al Chamberlain Council. The project was ap'
Medical Center, College of Ag- I games of chance and a side I Allen Lands, Inc., Bunnell
sargeant at arms. Also I I rlculture and other points of interest show, on the vacant lot across i proved. Timber Co., Flagler Cattlemen'sAssociation
Lamar Cannon, department vice L. W. McMillan will drive II ] from the McKenzie home,on the I Flagler Farm Bu.reau .
commander; and Jim White, site of the Hudson Pulp and Paper \ .
the school bus as. County Agent present playground I
t, department chalplaln, assisted.At << 1: Howard Taylor will be In I . .When the Bergman Playerswere Bunnell School'sSummer Corp., Lehigh Portland CementCo.
6:30 the Legionnaires and Gainesville accompanying the I favorites with local audiences ., Owens-Illlnois Paper Co., St. i

their guests were served a fried four 4-H delegates. j jI in shows like "New Program I Regis Paper Co., Rayonier, Inc., a
chicken dinner. I The guests will have dinner; Brooms" and "Peg 0' My Heart"' I Raymon F. Tucker, L. E. Wads. t

Previous to the installation,I I with the delegates and then at. . .When the Slocums, Daytona Of Enrichment worth.
} "Post Everlasting Ceremony"was tend the evening program of 1 photographers, took pictures of|
given by members of the | the Shortcouse session. all the boys and girls in the I The Summer Enrichement
post as a memorial to their reocently.departed The guests will return to the two churches, Baptist and Methodist Program of Bunnell High School I John Kendall

members, Louis Bunnell courthouse at about 111 .When the Junior-Senior| includes the following schedule ,
Trad and Walter Bankowskl. I P. M. Tuesday evening. I banquet and Drom was always S each morning, Monday through II ||! Old Resident .S\ \-
Members of their families were I -the-FIgl i -ht it .
held Be i Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 noon.
special guests.Howard I II When Mrs. Minnie Deen was I, Swimming, 9 to 12 for grades!!I Died FridayJohn ./ .
MRS. HOLLAtip i I Iin charge of the very first B.H.S., ',1 to 12. Arts and crafts, recreijatlonal -
j lunchroom, where each item was.t activities, quiet games,. Kendall, a resident of
CELEBRATES
( R:'Porter 1 _' **** a"'nfck+ '1.1ncluding5.those J ti;-tmovJes; ?story telling, rymes"M"i rthi; Itaw"Creek Area tor.the'P' r "-""" \
ANNIVERSARYMrs. ,, llcloul ground' :' eat "h n6urg. I i the kindergarten "building for I'149, yenta; passed away' rrld y ,;,.il j'

New Minister at I Maude Holland was guest ers" and sheet cake with .'grades four through eight. These afternoon at the Bowman Nurs'ing .

of honor at a dinner, party and T-H-I-C-K chocolate icing. . sessions will be from 9 a. m. toj i Home, Ormond Beach. Ire
Methodist ChurchRev. i family reunion Sunday at the I When the Deens' garage burned, 12 noon. suffered a stroke about two

,. home of Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Hoi- and everybody at school thoughtthe I, The afternoon programs will months ago and was moved to
Howard R. Porter, new:j land, Jr., 707 West Moody Boule- I house was on fire. . Vhen be varied each day. the nursing home after receiving I
pastor of the First Methodist j vard. The occasion was In cele- I Zeno Mercer ripped his arm i I MONDAY afternoon from 2 to (treatment at the local hospital
Church of Bunnell, arrived last bratlon of her 80th birthday an- j while climbing the basketball :5 o'clock will! be arts and crafts two weeks. He was 84 I
week in time to fill the pulpit i! nlversary. Guests included her j I I backstop. . .When driving from |, at the kindergarten building.. years of age.

Sunday.Rev. children, grand children, great. 1 Bunnell to Flagler Beach on the for girls In grades 7 through 12. Mr. Kendall was a native of
Porter, who has served : grand children, brother and sisters II old brick road meant going past I I j From :5 to 8 P. M. will be little I Bartholomew County, Indiana, '
as pastor of the Livingston i In law.Coming I the "eagle's nest" in one of the I j league Softball. and came to Flagler County 49 'I'\

Memorial Methodist Church In from Jacksonville were tall pines near the canal. .When !' TUESDAY afternoon from 1 to I years ago. lie owned and op.
Daytona Beach for (the past two I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Deen, Mrs. the Warner twins, Jane and Isabelle J 4 o'clock will be weight-lifting crated a farm In the Haw Creek (

years, was appointed by the Daphne Deen, Mr. and Mrs. had a private garage on and sports and games. This ,Includes 'Area for many years, and had '
121st Annual Conference of the George Glebert and Holland; the schoolgrounds for their car?') grades 7 through 12. '| continued to reside on the farm I

Methodist Churches.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. George Geibert, Jr., When the "fish man" went i From 2 to :5 P. M. will be rec. j after his retirement several ,
Porter with his wife, Jana and David. I from house to house on Fridays reational activities at the Civic I'I years ago. lie was a member I
Vivian and sons, Ross and Paul, I I of the First Methodist Church !
From Orlando were: Mr. and cleaning and selling from the I, Center. This includes tennis,
are residing at the Methodist Mrs. Dave Cowan, Kimberly| back of his truck. .When Louise, checkers, shuffleboard, chess, of Bunnell. 1
parsonage on Church Street.. Dave, and Doug; Mr. and Mrs.i i Allen won a Model Ford In !I cards, corquet and horseshoes. lie Is survived by his wife, ;
Members of the Church hon J. A. McDowell, Diana, Jimmy, The Tribune contest. . .When I WEDNESDAY afternoon there I Mrs. Elizabeth Kendall; two
ored the Porters at a reception I Dan, John, and Linda; Dalton Altajane Holden, Audrey Barber, I' will be Little League Softball. sons, George Kendall of Bunnell,

Wednesday evening at the par. i,I Cobb. Marjorie McKenzie and yours I seven thirty to 10:30: P. B. basketball and Carl Kendall of Augusta,
sonage. Mr. and Mrs. Gales Cone and truly rode on an elaborate horn. ; ; 2-5 P. M., recreational
son, Gales II, of Holly Hill. of-plenty float, advertising'! activities at Civic Center: Table I der and Mrs. Ona Thompson,
TOM KAHLERT TO From Bunnell were: Mrs. WJI- "Flagler County's Fertile Farms," tennis, checkers, shuffleboard,! and a brother, Rev. Dick Ken.

ATTEND FSU LIBRARYSHORTCOURSE da Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hol In the 4th of July parade In chess, cards, croquet and horse. dall, all of Indianapolis, Indiana.
land, Cary and Kent Holland, Daytona. .And how the rain 1 shoes. i Also surviving are three grandsons .
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson, spoiled the float afterwards, as THURSDAY afternoon: 1 to 4 Bobby, Jimmy, and Bruce
Tom Kahlert of Bunnell will Boyd and Gegg Robertson, Mr. It was being driven up to Flag. I P. M. welght-lifting, sports and Kendall; also several nelces

be one of 64 high. school stu and Mrs. John Rodgers and ler Beach. .When the overpass, games, grades 7.12; 2-5 P.M.* and nephews.
dents from 29 counties to attenda Daphne, Mr. and Mrs. Travis under construction, was the recreational activities at Civic Funeral services were held at f-

library assistant training Chambers, and the hosts, Mr. favorite "lovers' lane" . When Center. Table tennis, checkers, 3 o'clock Monday afternoon from .
course at Florida State University and Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr., I Pete Barber played the piano at shuffleboard, chess, cards, cro the First Methodist Church with :55
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June 23-28.' Grant and Zachery Holland. I: the (silent) movies at the BiddleI quet and horseshoes. the pastor, Rev. Howard R. Porter .
Mrs. Lora C. Hunter, consultant Mrs. Holland is a pioneer Theatre. Do YOU remember FRIDAY afternoon, 5 to 8 P.M. officiating. He was assistedby I
for the library services of dent of Flagler County resl'l I I Little League softball; ceramics, Rev. Tomas Pinner of the I

the State Department of Education the widow of the late Z. G. Holland I arts and crafts, girls grades 7.1, First Baptist Church. Interment

said students will consider ,, Sr She was the daughter I JOHN CANNON kindergarten building 2.5 P.M. followed In the Espanola Ceme ; y
such topics as technical processes of the late Mr. and Mrs. Basketball 7:30-10:30 P.M. tery.
reference materials, audiovisual Dan Deen of Bunnell and Gaines. ATTENDS F. S. U. Active pallbearers were: C. H.

services and librarianship ville, who came to Flagler I SUMMER INSTITUTE Cowart, Jim Townsend, Raymon I

as a career. County from Baxley, Georgia.He I Florida State University an. 'cording to Dr. Harold F. Cottlng- Tucker, John Hosford, George I
Tom is a student of Bunnell I I ham, director. Clegg, and II. P. Bowden.
nounced today the selection of I
High School and the son of Mr. Operating under a grant of Honorary bearers were: Henry ,
I II 30 high school guidance counsel.f
and Mrs. Anthony Kahlert of has spent the past six 14 $24,456 the Institute is part of Wells, George Moody, Sr., M. B. t
I ors from states to attend the
BunnelL I months here with his brother .' fourth annual summer Instituteon I a national program of the Fuller, Charles Creal, W. E. ,
and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. 'I. Guidance June August 9. United States office of education Knight, R. W. Cody, II. T. Cook. 1

TZVETAN DASHOFF I Peter Dashoff. John Cannon, guidance counselor I II under the National Defense Ed. and D. D. Moody. j :
This was the first time the ucation Act. Funeral arrangements were '
RETURNS TO HIS of the Bunnell High Schoolis \
i brothers had met in 50 years. I attending the institute. under the direction of Craig .)
HOME BULGARIA
IN During his visit the three en The 83,350-ton, nuclear powered Funeral Home of Bunnell. t :,'
Tzvetan Dashoff left Sundayfor joyed many sightseeing trips The eight-week conference on United States aircraft car
New York City where he will i and a few days visit in West guidance and counseling will be rier EntorpriM could accommo- Fish frozen about 1,100 years !
board a plane on his return tripto 'Palm Beach and Miami with especially concerned with the date the White House and 275 I ago have been found in Antarcj .

his home in Plevin, Bulgaria. friends. academically gifted student, ac-j feet of lawn on her flight deck.)I j[tlca's Ross Shelf



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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, HiOiUDA Thursday June 20, 196$
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I B. Henry 24 11 391 Serine 7 3 700 hits ,were scattered by both
D. Metts 27 10 370''B.M-e.'" 56456 '
team Carol Ford and Babs
i J. I. Sheffield 41 15 366| Merchants 4 5 444 Cummins both had 4 hits. Judy
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SPOR73 I W. L.C. 3 5 375 Damson Shirley Skolar: Puge
I WADSWORTH TEAK I j Hugs, Marilyn McNab each
I TOPS IN BATTING I CITIZENS BANK DROPS | had 3 hits.PONYTAIL.
FAST GAME TO VFW
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Wadsworth Softball team is Ii
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,N: TtE\Sj\, I leading the league as a teamin I, Citizens Bank lost their first TOP TEN HITTERSAb
" batting. Bunnell Motor Co. game of the season to the VFW H avg
"/ i is the top team in runs scored.Ab Aux. 15 to 14. The aux 'team P. Hugas 19 14 736S.
TODD LEADING Ab H 'Avg I R H Arg scored eight runs In the bottom I Bradley 21 14 666
HITTER WITH SG2 +:+ F. Todd 16 9 t IJl. I Wadsworth 203 56 55 369 I of the sixth and Babs Cum. N. Rodgers 10 6 600B.
.' Wells 29 15 511 Bun, Merch 247 82 71 347 I rains struck out the last two Cummins 16 '9 562J.
Frank TOdd Is still leading the I Eo Nipper 13 6 461 I Seville 281 108 85 330; batters. Dunson 25 13 520S.
hitters after six weeks of play. M. Smith 24 11 458 Hardin 18 500
Bun M. Co 361 137 110 328 The win for the aux gives '; ,9
Ronnie Wells Is pressing hard. W. Townsend 18 8 444 City Softball Standing. Week of 'them a 4.1 record. Citizens Bank V. Moore 14 7 500L.
Eugene, Nipper Is In the third J. Ward 14 S 428 June 15. 51. The game was played In McNab 15 7 460
spot.Top, ten city league hitters: J. Whitaker 17 7 411 W L per a hot, humid night. Forty.seven 'Continued on raze 8)
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pests, use a Jar spray attach.
(By Kerrey Sharp)
ment on the garden hose. Spray !I
Fleas are having a fling this mixtures containing BHC, DDT, I j
spring. If'fleas Increase to the and diazlnon will kill both fleas I

point that Fldo gets behind with and ticks. i I II I
his scratching, the answer is
As fleas like dry, sandy areas I
simple-get another dog.
for breeding, be sure to spray,j
Adding a dog may be the an under the house, under the tool )
swer for those who oppose the shed and in the sand bed where j
use of chemicals around their you park the Jalopy. '

home. But remember. fleas mul Ants II
tiply faster than dogs. I
Getting rid of the dogs isn't, Even If you don't have ants;
the answer. Most folks who get : in your pantry, you may have
rid of their pets complain that them elsewhere-Including your
fleas become more numerous in I plants.So .

the yard and even Invade the : inspect now. Look for the : o eM.
house. : little black invaders as well as I II II 11111 1l1ll11 IllhIIllhIIIIIILlIIIIIILlHt .

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Laying Hens I Spotlight MovesTo 1 '


'v Supply Millions'i !! Ui S. Capitol l !I IJ SBEL TON'S GROCERY i


Of Eggs In State J I What First Lady Jacqueline
Kennedy did to bring the White

Laying hens are supplying Florida House before the public' eye, a "Your Friendly Co-op Store"

, with literally "millions of recently founded organization
; eggs." According to J. S. Moore, plans to do tor the U.S. Capitol. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET

, agricultural extension poultry- I This organization, headed by
man, "At this moment, we have I
Representative Fred Schwengelof
laying hens than ever QUANTITY RIGHTS
more
Iowa, Lincoln enthusiast and ,
before which accounts for the
admirer of the Capitol's traditions IT'S *:
increased egg ,production. influence, and role, is RESERVED ,

In April, 1962, there were 5- the United States Capitol Historical -

.'. 577,000 laying hens as comparedto Society.Its M
with I' \ 0 ..
April of 1963, 6,132,000 r
first project, a pictorial k'
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hens. Florida's April I
laying egg i''history of the Capitol building, \It 4 '? '
showed an increase
,; production I: is now being prepared by the PRICES GOOD
of 'eight million over April of National Geographic Society as l lla/I '
1962 to total 116 million eggs. a public service. Publicationdate I ,THROUGHTHURS. l / '..
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Total, production January .
egg
has been set tentatively for ' '
., through April totaled 442 mil. early 1964. ., FRI., SAT.,
} lion eggs, seven per cent above a
June 21.22-23, 1963 1
Like Whit Hous Book ?
r the first four months of 1962. '
Comparing Florida's increasein National Geographic has pro. S.
egg production with the'vided the services of its editors,

United States as a whole, Moore writers and photographers to FLORIDA GRADE "A" LEAN MEATY
the book. The
publication
pointed out that production for produce

the nation from January billion through tonic will guide be to similar the White to a House his. SPARE RIBSb. 49e
April totaled 21.3 one Fryers a 28
produced by National Geographic
per cent below th; same perioda
for the White House Historical
year ago.Egg.type Association, founded shortly aft. FLAVOR AGED CHOICE
chicks hatched in
Florida during April totaled 2,* er President Kennedy's inaugu FLAVOR AGED .

.. 216, an increase of 38 per cent ration. KoICEL19c' \ CHUCK STEAK 59*
The work is being done under RIB
over the same month last year.
,
the Commit
supervision of a
Hatchings January through April
totaled 6,963,000, an increase of tee on Public Education headed NECK BONES .
by Dr. Melvin M. Payne, Executive FLAVOR AGED CHOICE 6 $100'FAMILY
31 per cent from a year earlier.
"Egg production in Florida is Vice President and Secre Lb.

,gradually increasing," proclaimsthe tary of National Geographic anda STEAK 69t $
RIB TIPS -
vice president of the Historical S fOO
poultry specialist, "monthby I For
month and by Society.Mrs. '
year year. END CUT
Lonnelle D. Aikman is
writing the text and Robert L. Lb. MULLET 6 $100
Research Aids I Breeden is doing the layout, design PORK CHOPS 49e

and production. Both are
The Rose GrowerPlanning I members of the National Geographic

staff.
to set out some The United States Capitol His. MAXWELL HOUSE GIANT SIZE FOOD KING r'
roses? Then according to Dr. S. .
torical Society is open to every.
E. McFadden of the Universityof one in the United States and
Florida's Agricultural Experiment COFFEE OLEO
elsewhere who wishes to forster Breeze
Stations, your best buy is understanding of American his.

container-grown plants gratedon tory. Permanent chairman of its

Fortunlana rootstock. honorary board of trustees is \L I. Each Quarters .
.. Florida rose gardeners, have !Senator Carl Hayden of Arizona. 48 58C
decried the fact that
long roses
Congressman Schwengel president 1 Li.
Just don't seem to grow well in
All Grinds io 1
Florida, McFadden states. Now
President in letterto
Kennedy, a
Save 21c 25c
research conducted by the Agri. Save
Mr. Schwengel, said the His.
cultural Stations has
Experiment torical Society "can do much to
shown that roses can be successfully research and provide information Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or Limit Two With $5.00 or

grown.In on the historical Lack. More Food Order More Food Order More Food OrderKRAFT'S
tests conducted at Gainesville .
I ground and traditions of the
by Dr. McFadden, it was I
legislative branch of govern. VELVEETA
," learned that grafted plants perform ment. o
better than plants grownon Richly IllustratedThe "
CHEESE LOAF "
79C
their root Mc
own systems. Capitol book is plannedas Limit One Florida No. 1TOMATOES
Fadden also found that one
rootstock, Fortunlana Rosa for. something more than a LbBowman's .
( mere guide to the Capitol build SAUCE E' Z3eWelch'
tunlana), performed better than ing. Richly illustrated with col. APPLE Limit IOC
any other used in grafting the Green
or photographs and specially
test plants. Plants with For. commissioned paintings, the APPLE Each PEANUTS Lb-
tunlana roots produced the DRINK Zle
29C
book will attempt to relate thebuilding's GRAPE
greatest number of flowers, attained *
past and present to
the largest size and de. Laruta Golden Yellow
significant events in American
veloped less stem dieback than CORNED BEEF Each CORN Ears
history and American life. 3ge 6 29e
plants with other root systems.The The book will measure 7 by
with Niblets 12 Oz. ,
Fortunlana
plants 10 Inches and will be available
I roots also kept an ev*n green in both Each
paperback and hard WKCORNSweet 19c
I
coloration of their leaves during editions.
I cover The price, not
summer months, while neigh.I yet determined, will be under Treat No.2 Sliced
boring plants with different root $1.50 for the paperback edition. For _.
PINEAPPLEKRAFT 2
systems developed moderate to Proceeds from sales will be usedto 65e LEMONADE 8 sfor I00
of iron deficiency. .
severe symptoms
further the work of the His. 5 Oz. SPREADS

"From our research studies, torical Society.Congressman. Pimento Cheese Mix Auto Crat Va Gallon
Swengel says the Pineapple Cheese Or
we know that roses grafted on 3For89c ICE CREAM
book "will be Informative, will Olive Pimento Match 590
Fortunlana from
and protected
serve to build confidence in our
foliage-damaging pests will con. free system, and will be thrilling s = =o oooooooi

tinue In productivity to increase of" bloom in size for and at will help and us inspiring once again to read.to catch It 25 FREE g 50 FREE 25 FREETOP

least five years, the horticulturist something of the spirit that

states. I burned in the hearts of the forefathers TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

Dr. McFadden explains that who helped build this With purchase of
With of With
purchase purchase of
the reasons for the superior vigor edifice."
great Two 46 Oz. Hawaiian
3 Lb.. Ground
of Fortunlana roots In Florida Yellow Punch $5.00 Meat Order

soils are not completely I Venezuela Is the world's largest Coupon void after 6-22-63 void Beef I
known, but a higher degree of oil exporter. In productionit Coupon after 6-22-63 Coupon void after 6-22-63

resistance to some soil-borne ranks third after the United RIG''_ lIIa"-: paMxtxBgflinfflfls
parasites may be part of the an States and Soviet Union.
swer. 25 FREE 25 FREE 50 FREETOP

What does this mean to the than dormant, bare root plants
rose grower? The experiment and provide the growers with TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

stations scientists say that it immediate bloom. With
With purchase of
means slow replacement of severely The first patented roses on 3 tb Tin Vegetole With purchase of $5.00 pUMrchueF

pruned roots and top Fortuniana rootstock .are now Shortening One Watermellon Order
growth is no longer a necessity available at Florida markets Ina I
I Coupon void after 6-22-63 Coupon void after 6-22-63 Coupon void after &2263Xs
In starting a rose garden. Container limited supply, but is expected :

grown roses are more I to increase through the sum. I _ii!. I\" i"IP"."" aa '

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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIbUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 20 1963
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FLAGLER BEACH WSCS FIREMEN HAVE 1,11.. . . .. '
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MET LAST WEDNESDAYThe BANQUET FRIDAY NIGHT

Womans Society of Chris. The volunteer tire departmentand .
tlan Service met at the homeof auxiliary of Flagler Beach

Mrs. Robert Henderson last held an installation banquet at I QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT.,
Thursday- a luncheon meet. the Ocean View restaurant last
RESERVED JUNE 20-2L22, 1963
Ing. About 25 members and I Friday night. Twenty-seven
guests enjoyed the poolslde firemen, their wives and auxil
i meeting while several children iary members were present to ---FINEST MEATS ANYWHEREFLORIDA ---
of the members enjoyed the enjoy the occasion.
Present were: Mr. and :Mrs. DRAWN LIMIT
pool.Mrs. GRADE "A" DRESSED AND 3 PLEASE
Ray Lehr, vice president, : Charles Bondy, Mr. and Mrs.
presided in the absence of Mrs. Howard Lerch, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whole
Keith Lovell. Mrs. Lester Stanton Lehr, Mr. and :Mrs. George ROD-' I FRYERS 29C
secretary of spiritual life, | ble, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lovell,
passed Around a prayer calendar', Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arnold, Mr. Only Lb.
for each member to write her and Mrs. Paul Kelly, Mrs. Tom
name on her birthdate. .;' Galloway, Mrs. Irene Masemore, Wilson's Certified Tender Smoked Tender Juicy
The group voted to serve the, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson, Mr.
Weslyn Guild from Jacksonville and Mrs. Harold Jones, Mr and I Whole or Shank chuck
next October as it did last year.i 1 Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Dr. and 1 I Hams 49$ steak 59*
Mrs. Reynold Hoover, member.I Mrs. Allen Reynolds, Mr and I Half Lb. Lb.

ship secretary, presented the Mrs. Pete Peterson and Mrs.I II I I II CENTER CUT SLICES............Lb. 89c OR
names of Mrs. John Burns and Hugh Drummond.Mr. BAR-B-Q FRYCopeland'
Mrs. John Cannon as new mem I I' Lerch was Installing of-j I I I
bers. fleer for the following: Fireman All Meat Palm River SliCed
The ladies discussed helping' president, Paul Kelly; vice president .
the Men's Club In July when' Bernie Wilson; secretary Franks lit 49' BACON *
they entertain the District Men's treasurer, Harold Jones. For the u. 49
Clubs. Mrs. Hoover and Miss auxiliary: president, Mrs. Arnold -
Emily Gage were appointed as ; vice president Mrs. Lovell;
chairmen.Mrs. secretary, Mrs. Galloway and MAXWELL HOUSE BAKE-RITE
Stanton, Mrs. Roger' treasurer, Mrs. Masemore:
Hoose and Mrs. Harry Treadwell I
reported to the group about the Paul Vogel has returned to I COFFEE SHORTENING
workshop they attended In Pa-1 I his home hereafter undergoing
latka. Each one told of her surgery at the Halifax Hospital.
dreams for the year as she put)I He Is reported as recuperating I LI. CAN ( 3 LI. CAN *
them Into a small "hope chest.i very nicely.COMMUNITY. JQ 49Limit
Everyone present wore name
tags resembling "hope chests", MEMORIAL
to help elaborate Ithe hopes for, CHURCH NEWS 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
the society for the year. I Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M.
Mrs. Reynold Hoover gave the with classes for all ages. How. 2*/ Can Shurfine 46 Oz. Hi C Orange
4 program entitled, "What Are) ard Wlsehaupt will supply the
We Teaching Our Children sermon at the 11 o'clock wor For
Peaches 3 79'
i ey bout?" Race, Suffering and A'I ship hour for this Sunday. For DRINK 3 89'

::1 FLAGLER WOMAN'S
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CLUB NEWS Miracle
I
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS The first Delmonte Eearly Garden
summer meeting o(
+ Church school time is 9:45 a.' I the Flagler Woman's Club was '
m. 'and worship hour Is at 11 held Wednesday at 9:30 A.M. WHIP 49 PEAS e 303
I Quart
with Rev. Reynold Hoover, min.I Mrs. Jasper White, president,I Cans 1
Ister.
and Mrs. H. G. Heydt served I
sweet rolls and coffee preceding I 303 Green Giant Golden 303 Bowman's Apple
Rev. E. Lester Stanton and the business meeting.'
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Rev. Reynold N. Hoover attend.I On the previous Friday the ex : CORN 6 $100 F"
ed the District Stewards' Meet. I ecutive board met at the home SAUCE 2 29'Kraft
ing in DeLand last Tuesday. I of Mrs. Frank Brede and made
tentative plans for the Fourthof
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS !I July. These were presented to 18 Oz. Sparkey's Briquette

There will be an ice cream j i the members and decided to sell lar-B-Q
social from 5 to 7 P.M. on the lemonade, sandwiches, cake and Sauce Charcoal *
church lawn on Saturday, June! pie that day at !the newly erect. 36' : 39
22. Cake, ice tea and homemade ed' hula hut near the municipal i

ice cream will be served I pier.The
and the public is invited. It club voted to sponsor the FROZEN FOODS FRESH .PRODUCE
I Flagler Beach Junior Girl Scouts
will be sponsored by the YWA.
The Vacation Bible School I whose leaders are Mrs. Donald 6 Oz. Seald.weet

held Springs a Saturday.picnic at About Alexander fifty I i Kaufman tlefleld. and Mrs. Richard Lit LEMONADE 4 For 4gePERSIAN LIMES DOZ. 290

children and adults enjoyed the I The president wishes to remind -
all-day affair. the public that the club 10 Oz. Winter Garden FRESH YELLOW

Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.Mol I library Is open each Thursday STRAWBERRIES For
and worship hour at 11 o'clock Afternoon from 1 until 4:40: and 3For 69$; CORN 6 290

with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. also new articles of clothingcan 12 Oz. Sara Lee
Training, Union is at 6:45: P. M.I be seen at the "wearhouse"at CELLO WHITE
and evening worship is at 7:45. this time. POUND CAKE
The next regular meeting will 69C POTATOES 1Bag 49C

Mrs. Owen Kirkpatrick and be. Wednesday M. July 10th at 9:30A. : wvww*...........of..."..of......"'..."' ....."' ........"' .........."......"M................'" ...""'.....M..."'WJSWWYLrL

children, Carol, Sheryl, Kevin, 50 ?9SA Cft 50 EXTRA EXTRA
and Owen, left last week for SUPERIOR SCIENCE FREES FREE SOJj SO FREE 50
Cochran, Ga. for a two-week
visit with relatives. Miss Brenda STUDENTS TO STUDY & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS? S & H GREEN STAMPSWith

Aaron accompanied them and AT UNIVERSITY With this coupon and this coupon and S With this and
will spend two weeks visiting coupon
purchase of 6 Light
purchase
of 2 Hot
relatives In Macon, Ga. Twenty-six superior Florida Globe Shot purchase of $5.00 or
Any Size
high school juniors and one Insect Bombs or Spray More Meat Order
sophomore will be getting spe Expires June 22
1963
cial science training at the University Expire. June 22, 1963 Expires June 22, 1963
WATERMELON PARTY FOR
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BROWNIES ON SATURDAY of Florida this summer. "..'"....J\J
Brownie Troop No. 702 will The Summer Science Program, M11.ti
have a watermelon and swimming conducted by the university under 25 Wit 2525 FREE 525 ExTRA 25
a National Science Founda FREE
party on the beach near I tion S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H
of
grant $12,950 will combine GREEN STAMPS
the pier this afternoon from 3:30 S & H GREEN STAMPS
to 4:30.: the research experiencewith With this coupon andpurchase With this With this
coupon and j and
coupon
a concentrated lecture
series

Each Brownie should be ac by 32 scientists In differ of One Faultless purchase of One Lysol j Purchase of 1 Pkg. Jumbo
companied by a chaperone (a
: ing fields. Spray on Starch J. Spray Disinfectant 99C $ l'AD" Concentrate Suds
parent, or older sister or broth.
: 5for Automatic Washers
er). The (troop will also continue Expire. June 22, 1963 I; Expires June 22, 1963 5 1.99Save 40c

their regular meetings every VWA WWW .............................. . Expires June 22, 1963
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 in Not a single soldier. stands .. ....... "' .. .. "' '''.............'''''..'''..''''''" .....'''.
the recreation center during the guard along the 3,987-mlle frontier
IT TAKES ONLY 1200 S
summer, according to their troop of the United States and & H GREEN STAMPS PER BOOK

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1963
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BtfNNELL
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PINETTCS MEET ALATHEAN CLASS
WITH LISA TILTON f ENJOYS PICNIC ,'

Mrs. Lisa Ttlton was hostessto The Alathean Sunday School
Class of the First Baptist Church I
the Pinettes for
a supper
LOC8L5 meeting at her home, BiminI. I held its annual picnic at the
Present were Betty Hawkins, beach home of Mrs. Neva Elsen- Opening

*,- i -' vA JfM. T{ y LJJII Ann Hunter, Molly Bertha, Carol bach.
Jean Atkinson, Joanne Peavy, : Those present were: Mrs. Em. ,
I Margie Kinney, Pat Cowart, Joann i ma. Murray, who teaches the
LINGOLDNIPPER I I,I MRS. TUCKER HONORS Crews, and Betty White. class, Mrs. Bertha Grimes, Mrs. :
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nipper of I> BROTHER WITH A Tentative plans were made Jessie Muzyka, Mrs. Mable Em ,
Bunnell announce the marriage i BIRTHDAY PARTY I Ifor a cookout In July. The next ery, Mrs. Ettle Hunter, Mrs. Helen
of their daughter, Alice Grace, Mrs. A. F. Tucker honored her meeting will be at the home Creal, and the hostess, Mrs ,
to Mr. Richard Otis Llngold of I brother, Bob Simmons, at a (I of Ann Hunter. i: Neva Eisenbach. I II Soon"a
St. Augustine. on June 6.. I9fi3.. I birthday dinner Sunday at her i
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The ceremony was performedat I home, Deen Road. Mr. Simmons, I Lady Rodgers has returned to I I ATTENDS BPWCONVENTION I
the home ofthe bride's brotherIn a resident of Palatka, was visit- 'her home here after a visit In IN

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ,i i Ing with her during the week. ,Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. O. C.l,I, JACKSONVILLE'Mrs. ' I .
Carl Bratcher, Bunnell. Rev. He Is 79 years of age. Shelton and family. Jay Rod Gwen McGriff a .
Thomas Pinner, Jr., of the First i Also present for the occasion gers Is the guest of the Shelton Gladys Sturman were In'dMi8.j' .'J..;..., I ..,
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Baptist Church officiated, In the 1 was another brother, Leon Simmons I family this week. sonville Friday through t '. '
presence of close friends and and his wife Mary, of attending the State Business and I Land 'n Sea: I
relatives. Oviedo; their son in law and Lanny Alford visited here during 1 Professional Women's Club Convention
The bride had as her maidof daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer the past weekend with Mr. at the Robert Meyer ho
honor Miss Helen Easterbrook, and four children ofwere and Mrs. O. F. Alford. lie has I I tel. fashions !
Clymer of #_.. ...___ _0o.xwa..uau :..
Palatka. Serving as best man also present. J been employed in Washington, .
was' Otis Nipper, Jr., brother of D.c., and was recently transferred i, ,CARD OF THANKS i
the:bride. I Guests of Mr and Mrs. F. J. to Cocoa where he will 1 Our recent sad loss leaves us I

Arrangements of white glads, Chambers recently were their be employed. I with grateful hearts to our
roses, and gardlnlas were used son and daughter in law, Mr. neighbors and friends. These At 107 N Bay Street
In the rooms of the home. Following and Mrs. Fred Chambers and j WILLIAM L. WHITE. JR. ( comforting expressions of sympathy ,

the ceremony, a reception : young son of West Palm Beach.! Mr. and Mrs. William L. (Billy I and Thoughtfulness will (Former Postoffice Bldg.)
was held. They were enroute to Tennessee I ) White announce the arrvalof ,I always be remembered.
The bride's table was overlaid to spend their vacation.Mr. j an eight pound nine and a i j For the many acts of kindness .
with a lace cloth and centered quarter ounce son born at the spiritual boquets, beautiful
with a three tiered wedding and Mrs. Robert Cook, Flagler Clinic and Hospital flowers, and the memorial I'"
cake. Presiding at the punch John, Mary, and Janet, left Wed June 14. I gifts to the cancer and heart Featuring Such Quality '
bowl was Mrs.. Mae Lingold. nesday for a vacation in Vir He Is the grandson of Mrs. funds, we are deeply grateful. t'
1 ..' =-- ginia and Washington, D. C. j I Myrtle Cash of Flagler Beach.I I j We would like to also extend Brands As
Mrs. A. p. Tucker left Tuesday In Washington they will be I i'a special thanks to members of
,, afternoon for Cocoa for a sightseeing. They will go from! Jackie Shelton of Ocala is the ; the American Legion Post 115
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visit with her son and daughterIn there to Norfolk, Va., where Mr. guest of her aunt Mrs. Martin for their !tribute in serving as CAMPUS: '
paw, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cook will bowl in a tournament.j McDaniel, this week. bearers for our loved one, and ,
Tucker. During her stay there for the beautiful memorial \
.
they will attend the Cattlemen's Mrs. A. F. Tucker has as her i Julius Caesar Imported the "Post Everlasting Ceremony."
Convention In Sarasota.Mr. house guest last week her I first giraffe to Europe in 46 B. C.; These will remain with us a Bennett Fashions,
brother, Bob Simmons, of Palat The animal was exhibited in cherished memory

and Mrs. Ralph Cantrell ka. Rome. The Family of Louis Trad.
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home In 0''I'I Y
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and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe,
Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowden GabeyMichelle
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard' 4

Cantrell. J E I r of Miami

Her' on business during t '* .
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weekend were Mr. and Mrs. E. r'a ,;
(Lige) Yelvington, Mr and Mrs.i
Andy Yelvington and sons, Kevin I Raggi
and Barry, of Miami. [
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvington I
plan to open the Land 'n' Sea Key Men
Fashions in the near future.
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.- Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Brooks I
and son, Chip, have returned to Honor Men
their home here alter spendinga .'
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week in Washington, D. C. s tom't '
sightseeing.Mrs. Billy the Kid


Milton Weatherington i'
and children of Alaska are here' Sandy McDonald
visiting with her mother, Mrs. I

Gladys Deen and other relatives. |II '

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. I Donna Gay :: '; ,
Robertson are their son In D'j i SO NICE TO COME HOME TO. ..

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 4
HU.I flameless ELECTRIC
bert Smedley, Sally and I '"
Jones, Alabama. CAMPUS GIRL
They are also visiting with I :
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zeller and
and family. Mrs. Zeller Is Mrs.I air conditioning

Smedley's daughter. ; Top Form

and Mrs. LJllard j
Guests of Mr.
White this week are Mr. and i I Electric Air Conditioning not only cools the air, it purifies it. YolandeSweet

Mrs.. Willard Keith and son| Filters out dust, dirt and pollen. . makes housecleaning chores a lot \

Butch, and Mrs. Opal Moore of 0 easier. Removes stale odors. Reduces the indoor humidity. . helps

Nashville, Tenn; Mr. and Mrs.I prevent mildew and dampness. Ends hot-weather
Alvin Keith and daughter Juneof Sue .,:
fatigue and tensions. Brings priceless comfortfor
Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. White
Mrs. Moore and both Mrs. Keiths mere pennies a day. 2 comforts Inl

are sisters. Electric Air Conditioning is tried and proven Year-round tltctrit
Tiny Women
I conditioning caoltIn ::
Vacationing here from Knoxville for carefree, efficient climate control at your tummer; warmtin

Tenn., are Mr. and Mrs., fingertips. Enjoyed by a half-million of your IIID'.

Robert Deweese and sons, Bobby Florida neighbors. Q. BVD .
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and Billy. They are vacationing Take advantage now of the all-time low
at the Hancock home on Lemon
Street. '.I t prices aDd easy terms.See your electric appliance ff*
., : dealer or air conditioning contractor today. InterwovenStar

Mrs. Laura Frier, and Hubert
Frier were visiting In Jackson'
vile Jacksonville Beach, and \ 7' ian, ( w flamelessR a Dustf
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Green Cove Springs Sunday.
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They'were accompanied to Jack

somrille by Hollls Derry who left 4 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
for a visit with his sister In
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER [!TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 20, 1963

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Early American painters wielded i I BIDS WANTED NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER ,,,i NOTICE OP UNPAID DELINQUENT
i Fishing License I Sealed bid are requested for DECLARING ADMINI!tTHATION : INTANGIBLE PKH!'ONAL PROP-
their brushes in a variety of sale of .Ix room frame hou.e and UNNECESSARY! KHTV TAXES!

I ways. A typical newspaper ad. I t two lots described as Lots No. 5 & To all person having any claim At provldvd In Chapter J07JS. Act
I Will Cost More t, Block 16. Town of Bunnsll and or demand against the estate of of 1941. Notice Is hereby given that
vertisement of the early 19th located at the corner of Palm and I WALTER R. KELLER, deceased the Intangible personal propertyt
reads "Bronzing oil Florida fishermen will find Anderson Streets In Bunnell bids You and each of you are hereby .. for 1961 are now delinquent -
century : a 1 P. M. order declaringi
I being received up to 7:10 ,, notified that an and beginning with April
, gilding and varnishing, enamel. I one dollar Increase on the new ,I Wednesday July 3. IMS at thtI administration of the estate of Ut such taxes are drawing Interest
I First Baptist Church Bunnell. Flor WALTER R. KELLER, deceased) of 1% per month unless the
: ling on glass, painting with wa fresh water fishing license which I ida. Seller reserves the right of; a* unnecessary has been enteredi amount set opposite each name below

ter colors and portraits, will be officially on sale Saturday until new parsonage 1 s the Honorable T. K. McKnlght.' are paid before the first day
. crayons
complete such time not to exceed I the County Judge's: Court of May, warrant will be Issued
. miniatures and military standard June 15, at offices of all)1 I six months. iretc ., Florida. The total f] thereon directing levy upon the Intangible -
T. H. WADSWORTH. Clerk cash value of said determined -
,
personal property of the
ti painting, also drawing of I county judges and their authorized JuneFJI: Baptist Church. I to be $ .7:;.ti.ea'ri was taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penalties -

machlnaries of every description. subagents throughout the -20- -3tcIN assigned by such order to: and additional costs. Thename
I Mae Allen. 1227 Meridian Street of the delinquent Intangible
state. TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIKKKtKNTH :!: Anderson Indiana. property taxpayer and the a-
JUDICIAL CIIICIITOF Frances Mathews, 1227 Meridian mount of taxes and the first
The one dollar increase on all FLORIDA IN AND FOR:i Street. Anderson, Indiana. month' penalty are a* follow:

resident fresh water licenses .LAGLEII COINTY.: 'I+ First publication: June IS, 1963 Johnson Walter J. Sr ............J81.68
CLASSIFIEDi fishing \\\1't8f'A.\ ; FLAGLER EF.ACH. S/ Merman DALE B. BROWN
1227 St.
.. will be set aside in a i, Tax Collector
Petitioner S/ France Mathew
Flagler County Florida
special fund to be used for improvement vs. i 1227 Meridian St.. Apt. No. S.. June 20-Itc

i of Florida's fresh water THE STATE OF FLORIDA et al.. il|I Anderson Ind. 4-4tc
I Respondents June 12-20-27 & July NOTICE OF SALE

I fishing. ORDER TO SHOW CAlJtU Notice it
hereby given that antler -
....tl.*. ..... tkU ha.UgS srs TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA I IN Tilt CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDAIN OFFLAiil'KR and pursuant to that certain
J read per ward esiek I..ril... The new licenses are actually AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY COUNTY, Final Decree rendered on the 17th
I. .ll... e...... OWNERS TAXPAYERS ,. CHANCERY NO. 4683
rn **iit effective July 1; however, both CITIZENS AND OTHERS HAVING MARIE H. GRAHAM day of June. A. D. 1963 by the
Plaintiff Honorable Robt. H. Wlngfield, one
, WAITRESS WANTED preferably the 1962.63 and the new 1963-64 OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT of the of the Seventh Ju
TITLE OR INTEREST IN PROP v.. dicial Circuit: of the State of Flor
t over 21. Call Motel Dolores and licenses will be honored by alii ERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY JOHN D. GRAHAMDefendant. ida, l in for Flagler County, in

i Restaurant. HE 92023. Wildlife Officers during the THE ISSUANCE BY THE CITY that etn.1n cause lately pending
OF FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA NOTICH' TO DKFKNDTHE In the Circuit Court of Flagler
, 6.20.1tc period from June 15 to July 1. OF THE 1650,000 WATER STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: County, Florida, In Chancery,
BONDS HEREINAFTER MORE JOHN II. GRAHAMwhose ,
wherein Citizens Bank of
I Beginning July 1, only] the new PAR place of residence and a Florida banking Bunnell.
IN m corporation
BE AFFECTED wa
w' FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bed 1963-64 licenses will be honored, OR TO post office address are unknown. plaintiff and Bobby Bennett' wa
WAY THEREBY: You are hereby notified that a defendant,
home In Bun being case No. 4650
room furnished according to A. D. Aldrich director The State of Florida, through suit has been filed against you In the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit I.
Will the State Attorney of SeventhJudicial the above entitled cause; and you
nell. Quiet neighborhood. Idthta Court In Flagler
County Florida
Game and Fresh Water -
Fish
Circuit of and are hereby required to answer will
rent with option to buy. Phone Commission. the several property owners tax. with the Clerk rlhr.o'go of July A.on D.Monday 1963, ,at the the 1st north
payers citizens and others havingor and to serve a copy thereof upon front door of the
i ID 73284. License fees are: Resident, claiming any right title or Interest the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,. Courthouse In Bunnell.Flagler Flagler County
------ In property to be affected whose name and adress is:;
, FOR RENT-2 bedroom home, statewide, annual $3; nonresident ra&I e by the City of CHARLES J. LUKE II County lar and rl:: ld'tior sale the, offer
Florida, of the 260 N. Rldgewood Avenue
:.'j 2 baths, large living room, statewide, annual $8; non 1660,000 Water Beach Bond hereinaftermore Daytona Beach. Florida to for the sale highest and sell and at public outcry
" resident statewide described, or to not later than July 22, A. D. 196J.If best bidder
and 14-day contiguous particularly therefor
dining room, kitchen breezy ; for cash in hand In order
fall do decree
thereby, to"
in
be affected any way you so. proconfesso to the
porch In Hlllcrest section, Flag. fishing $325; nonresident are required to appear before the will be :eedafnalr : aforesaid satisfy the following said Final described Decree

) lear Beach. Phone HE 92247. statewide, flve day continuous Circuit Florida, Crnur\hf Seventh Flagler Judicial County i bill you for of complaint.the relief The nature of property Eleven head to-wit of

---' "'-- fishing $2.25. I Circuit of saId State, at the CourtHouse said suit being for divorce. Crop bit l cattle marked
Upper each
in Bunnell, Florida on the, WITNESS my hand and seal of branded KB ear;,
FOR SALE, 3rd day of July, 1963. at 9:45: 0'- aid Court this 17th day of June from ,American now on pasturerented !
b 1 clock A. M.. and show cause why A. 1) 1S6J. Development -
Used building materials In excellent the prayer of the petition filed (Official Seal Gardens Company, Florida.near National

condition. All cash and 'SPaNormESContinued In not the be above granted proceedings and the* should Water I E.Clerk of said Circuit Court ID 1959 No. GMC 102-PS16846A.truck! Model 102

Standard 2-sash windows Bond therein described and the By Julia R. Harvey Dated at Bunnell.
carry. Flagler County.
heretofore had autho Deputy Clerk
complete with frames, weights, proceedings rising the issuance thereof validated June 20-27 & July 4-11-4tc rJ I"da." this 17h day of June A, D.

screens, all sizes, $6.00; all dimension Bond and being confirmed dated April said 1,Water usa: IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1963.S/ As E.Clerk A. SMYTHE of the Circuit
Court
+ lumber 2x4 and bearing Interest at a rate not exceeding FLACiLKR COUNTY FLORIDA of Flagler
up, County Florida.
six centum annum IN CHANCERY NO. 4683
From Page 2 per per June
& 20 Itc
,
$75.00 per M; flooring, l%inch, payable seml-annually on ARGYLL MERICA SMITH JR.

long lengths; doors with or. G. McGrlff 16 7 437 April aggregating 1 and October the principal 1 of each sum year o VII. JR.Plaintiff 1'N KLAULKR TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
without frames, complete with M. McNab 21 9 428 $650.:000 11,000 benIn the denomination LOUISE G. SMITHDefendant If CHANCERY NO. 4.4.
of each, and maturing serially
PAUL BENTON,
hardware, good locks and hinges, Games tonight-F. M. C. vs. In annual Installments In NOTICE TO DEFEND Plaintiff

$3.00 up; all kinds electric fIx. V. F. W.' Aux, 6:45: ; Bunnell the year 1965 to 1993 description'IV:1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: VS.
complete
a more LOUISE G. SMITH LUCILLE DELORES BENTON
tures; 2 seta only double sliding Merchants vs. Wadsworth 8:30.: aid Water Bonds being containedIn 660 Courtney Street N, E. Defendant

doors. All heart Friday night Carnllas the petition herein. Atlanta. Georgia NOTICE TO DEFEND
long leaf yellow vs. at De-
DONE ANP ORDERED You are hereby notified that a THE FLORIDA TO:
pine. M. D. Finch, 25 AndersonSt. Braves, 5 P. M. Giants vs. Yankees Land, Florida, this 6th day of suit has been filed against you in tLOJE BENTON
June UU. the above entitled cause; and you 16 Naveslnk Avenue
., St. Augustine, Phone VAlley 6:30.: B. M. C. vs. Seville /HOWELL W. MELTONJudge are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'g0 answer Atlantic Highland. New Jersey

95193. June 20-27 7:45: Ronnie Wells hit home of the Circuit Court with the You are hereby notified that a
run
-2tp of the Seventh Judicial Circuit and to serve a copy thereof upon suit hal been filed against you in
No. 7 in the first Inning of (the of Florida, In and forCOURTFillt' the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, the above entitled cause; and you
FOR SALE-7 pairs traverse curtain : County. whose name and address Is: are hereby required
game Tuesday night. ( ) NICHOLAS A. CAPUTO swer with the ktoorlhr.o'got,
= rods, four with extensions. ATTEST: 150 Rldgewood Avenue and to serve a copy thereof upon
I. E. A. SMYTHE, Clerk Holly Hill Floridanot the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
Also ( E. electric all
stove In
Circuit Court Flagler July
later than 22, A. D. 196S. whose name and address is:
good condition: Phone ID 7.3378 TV SERVICEALL County u-io-u-atc Florida If YOU fall to do so. decree pro Ray Selden *
June confesso will be entered against Selden Building
} or 4373412. you for the relief demanded in the Daytona Beach, Floridanot
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH bill of complaint. The nature of later than July 8, A. D. 1963.
MAKES JMHCIAI.; CIRCUIT) OF said suit being for divorce. If fall
to
A WATKINS ROUTE In this you do 10, decree pro
area IN AND FOR FLAG
FLORIDA
Agent For WITNESS my hand and seal of confesso will be entered against
Is open for semi-retired man, or LKIl COUNTY: IN CHAJJCKHYNO. aid Court this 17th day of JuneA. you for the relief demanded' In the
.
lady. Many semi.retired people] RCA & PHILCOTUBES 467.V.YVONNE I* CACHE", (Official. D. 1963 Neal said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of
Plaintiff
,
earn $50.00 to 100.00 per week E. WITNESS my hand and seal of
-
Clerk of said Circuit Court aid Court this 3rd day of June
depending on time devoted to & ANTENNAS SOLD MAURICE L. CACHE.. By Julia It Harvey A. D. 1963.
Defendant. I Iv.
Deputy Clerk (Official Seal)
Route. Also have 1 full time AND INSTALLED NOTICE OF SI'IT June 20.27 & July 4-11-4tc E. A. SMYTHE
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Route can Clerk' of said Circuit Court
open. Maybe you TUBES TESTED FREE OF FLORIDA: IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT OFFLACiLKR By Julia R. Harvey
qualify. For personal InterviewIn TO: MAURICE L. CACHE', whose TOUNTY, FLORIDA Deputy Clerk. '
residence and office
post CHANfKHr NO. 467T June 6.13-20.27-4to
your area, write J. H. Me- mailing address Is unknown JOSEF MAROTHY -

Garity, Box 627, Wllllston, Flor- TV Bob GREETINGS You are hereby: notified that a v. Plaintiff IN ENTII TilE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT, 8EV-

Ida. suit In equity has been brought KLARA MAROTHY. FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLAG.OF
6.13.3tcI against you by YVONNE L. Defendant. LEE COUNTY IN CIIANCERY
CACHE', In the Circuit Court. Seventh THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: NO. 4813
Brame Construction Co., buildersof FLAGLER BEACH Judicial Circuit. In and forFlagler CLARA MAROTHY. ELLIS PLUMMER

low cost homes PHONE HE 9-2204 County Florida, and you I Whose place of residence' and Plaintiff
masonry or are hereby summoned ordered.answer post office address are unknown _
__ ._ ,. .._ __ v.
....A. .I.A ... ".. .. m.."..'. You
frame. Remodeling, additions, oy u..cv .v "" are hereby notified that a TEMPIE PLii \
I or defense to the complaint suit has been filed' against you- in 1.1En.Defenda.nt.
porches, baths, farm buildings. filed herein against you In the above entitled cause; and you I ': .
the above entitled cause, In the I are hereby required IN NAME
to
No down 100 I our answer THE OF THE STATE
money per cent HASTINGS MATTRESS this
office of the Clerk of the Circuit with the Clerk of Court. OF FLORIDA:
financing. Call day.night, Lacy Court In and for Flagler County and to serve a copy thereof upon TO: Temple Plummer whose
&: UPHOLSTRY WORKS Florida, at his office In the CourtHouse the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, Is unknown. residence -
Brame, phone Owen 8.3711, P. O. I In Bunnell, Florida I on or whose name and address Is: You are
Box 186, Crescent City, Fla.] I 710.12 Lemon St. before the 12th day of July D., SAMUEL V. HOLCH Your; -, hereby defenses requIred on or to before file
1963. and to of such 110 N.
Palatka Florida serve a copy 3rd Street July 22' 1963 to the Bill of
:Mat 30-4tp answer or defenses upon FrenchC. Palatka. Florida plaint filed herein against com
I Phone EA 5-9166 Davis, Plaintiff Attorney herein not later than July 15. A. D. 1963. to serve a copy of the same you and
whose address is 650 Seabreete If you tall to do so, decree pro Fred R. Brannon Jr. Box 805 on
New
:FOR RENT-furnished.. cottage Furniture Upholstering Boulevard. Daytona ,
Beach Florida confesso will bf entered againstyou Smyrna Beach Florida The
1 bedroom $40.00 month. Repaired & Refinished on or before said date a* required for the relief demanded in the of this suit' 'I. divorce.deagnated nature.
per I I Hundreds of Patterns to by the laws of Florida and the bill of The nature of ] ** nanult.ror 1
Phone ID 73304. 5-9-tf 1&54 Florida Rule of Civil Pro said ltCo bung for divorce. : as the un'w; hereby
a
I Choose from. ri.nt: : you<< fall to obe80ete Decree WITNESS my hand and seal of which this Notice shall be In
d published
Mattresses & Box Springs Confesso aid Court this 11th day of June once a week for tour -
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex Made to Order Also Renovated against you for the relief demanded A. D. 196S. week. con.ecutlve -

apartment, screen porch. In the complaintYou (Court Seal) WITNESS my hand and seal
PRICES REASONABLE. are further notified that the E. A. SMYTHE 6th day ot June A. D. this
Phone ID 73304. 4.4tfFOR BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. nature of said suit Is a suit for Clerk of said Circuit Court : (Official Seal) U83.
Just as near as your Divorce from the marriage exist. By Julia R. Harvey E. A. SMYTHE
ing between yourself and the I
RENT- Furnished Apartment Phone or Post Office Plaintiff. June 1S-20-27 A JulyWcIf Clerk Clerk FlaKier Circuit County Court,

$40.00 per month. Call Drop Us A Card or Call The name of the Court In which I June 18-20-27 & July 4 Florida.-4tci
this suit has been Instituted I* TEE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Harris Appliance ID 73367. Free Pick-up & Delivery Circuit Court Seventh Judicial FLAOLKR (COUNTY FLORIDA IN i TILE CIRCUIT C011RT
I Circuit. Flagler County Florida, IN CIIANCRRV NO. 4.78 'LAGL"R COUNTY, OF'
March 14-tf and the abbreviated title of this EDITH MAE FERGUSON IN CIIANCRRY NO. FLORIDA
case I* CACHE' vs. CACHE'. Plaintiff MARGIE L WIGGINS 461.
It 1* hereby ordered that this
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING
at order and notice shall be publishedonce I ROBERT BARRY FERGUSON. Plaintiff

reasonable prices. Call George mbr 1IHagltr> U rtbuurBUNNELi. a week for four (4) consecutive Defendant JAY LEONARD WIGGINS.
week in The Flagler Tribune NOTICE TO DEFEND
Jarosz. ID 73410. a newspaper published In Bunnell, THE NOTICE TO Defendant.
1247.25 .. FLORIDA I I Flagler County, Florida, and having ROBERT BARRYi1FEti0USON THE STATE OF' FLORIDA DEFEND
p. a general circulation In S22 Stellen Avenue JAY LEONARD TO:
I ler County, Irbnd FI.Ir-1 I Rldgewood New Jersey Robbin..WIGGINS
WANTED-Bulk] (I. P. Gas) cus- WITNESS as You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notlfted Georgia
),MRS. M. B. FULLER EditorDslMte4 aid Circuit Court of Flagler County suit has been filed against you In suit has been filed that a
tomers. Call Harris Appliance &: Florida' and the seal of the the above entitled cause; and you the above entitled calse"a you In
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell Florida. said Court at Bunnell, Flagler, are hereby are hereby required to nd you
Offlelsl P.blle ll.. County Florida. on the 7th day swer with the ktoorlhr.o'got: ewer with the Clerk of this our an.
Aug 30-tfc of June A. D.. 1963. and to serve a copy thereof upon and to serve a copy Court.
fer Pvblle N.tlee* .f Flagter (Court Seal) I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, the plaintiff lalntiffs thereof uPOn

,-. www............... Cv.ty, Itlu.I lpall"e. tkereU EMIL A. SMYTHE whose name and adddres Is: whose name and address attorney is: ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court SAMUEL V. HOLCH CLAYTON .
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER ..4 th. State .( FUrMa I Stagier County, FloridaBy 110 N. 3rd Street 209 Conrad Building CLAYTON
Julia R. Harvey I Palatka. Florida DeLand, Florida
BEACH REALTY CO.1.Cyrs. Deputy Clerk. not later rlnuro: IS. A. D.. 1963. not later than July 15. A. D. 1962.confesso .
I Entered a* second class matter FRENCH C. DAVIS If you so. decree pro ;
HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, Attorney for Plaintiff I confeasso' will be entered against iwilltbeteredca alnst
February C. 191!. at the postoftlce I 560 Seabreete Boulevard I for the relief demanded in the '
WATER FRONT FARMS, i Daytona Beach Florida tau of The nature of bill / complaint.d Thennature theM
ACREAGESee at Bunnell. Florida under act of June 1S-SO-27 & July 4-Itc I said suit bung for divorce.WITNESS suit being for divorce.saidICou't of

u* for your real estate needs I : March t. 1871.On IN Tilt COUNTY JUDGtr!* COURTIN aid Court this my 11th hand day and of seal June Of this nth hand die seal une

Office Phone HE 9-2242 AND FOR FLAGLKR COUNTV. ., A. i). 1963.Ottlclal A. n. 1961. < *
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.CA .' ( Seal) E. X SMYTHE (Official Seal) E. A.
._.._.__U.G SMYTJIB
Residence Phones ID "..3691or year R NO. 6M. Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of said Circuit

ID 7-3517 I Six months ...._.._|1.2J I IN HE WALTER: Estate R. of KELLER. I By Julia R. Harvey Deputy Clerk By Julia n. Uan.y, Court

# Deceased; June 1J-20-37 &: July 4-4to June U-20-27 lul f-tc ClerkPAGE








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June 20, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA
PAGE NINE i
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Phone Is HandyJackofAIlAids Dean of Florida'sI tins cited Dr. Eddins for his I rot of potatoes and the discovery tion of the- high-yielding, dis I

I many research contributions. of corky rlngspot a new tuber ease-resistant potato variety, Se-
Potato Eddins established the seed. and soil-borne virus disease.In .
Industry I bago, which resulted in a potato
borne characteristics of bacterial both cases, he demonstratedthat yield increase in the Hastingsarea
The modern telephone Is more Ending CareerDr. ring rot of potatoes and was Instrumental the diseases can be prevented 40 per cent
than Just a conversation piece. In
obtaining the by planting resistant va- Dr. Eddins attributes his access
Doctors can use the versatile Arthur H. Eddins, the adoption of a nationwide seed I titles and that of the Hasting's
device to transmit dean of Florida's potato Indus- certification program which literally -
brain waves. p He also discovered that early Experiment Station to the grow.
Professors teach try, will conclude his career as]I I stamped out the disease. I
by "Their has
phone, and outbreaks of late blight can be ers. cooperation beena
musicians In Berlin can tune plant pathologist in charge of I Other contributions made by prevented by storing seed votal and essential part of the
their Instruments to the correct the Potato' Investigations Laboratory : the potato researcher Include the tatoes under shelter. One of po'l progress made by the Potato Investigations .

pitch by dialing a special num. at Hastings this month. 'development of a sulfurlimestone major contributions to the Laboratory he em
ber.Dr. His retirement will mark 35' soil treatment for brown tato industry was his Introduc phasises.
Alexander Graham Bell's years of distinguished servicewith -
remarkable invention has comea the University of Florida's

long way since his first call Agricultural Experiment Sta .
tions.In .
to Mr. Watson In 1877, the Na .
tional Geographic Society says. announcing the retirement,
Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, director of
Dial for Diagnosis I the university's experiment sta. Opening Monday .
Doctors at the University of ,:: ,
Louisville are experimentingwith

the transmission of impulses Tourists in Holland use special
from the brain, heart, telephones to obtain sight. FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 437-3742
and muscles via the telephone.The seeing information in English, t

technique would allow doc French, German, and Dutch. '
tom In remote places to consult With each call, a drawer at the Hut
Beauty
Immediately with specialists In base of the instrument pops
distant cities. open to dispense folders and

At Sweden's University of maps.

Gothenburg, English Is taught Open Monday thru Saturday 9:00: -- 6:00:
Stocks and Santa Claus
systematically by Intensive, 20-
minute drills between teacher Recorded systems In Bonn and

and student subscribers.In I Cologne feature movie and theater VIRGINIA KING ..-. ROSELLE BRITT

Washington, D. c., a "Bell-1 listings, recipes, stock quo
boy" personal paging system Is 1 tations, and the names of doc OWNERS ... OPERATORS

being field-tested. The pocket.1 tors and druggists.The .. "
sized transistor receiver will Japanese telephone company ,. ,' ; ,.+,
"beep" to tell a person on the ] for a small fee, gives anxious 21 BAY ST. '.: BUNNELL, FLORIDA
move that an important message J parents regular reports on
awaits him at home or office. the whereabouts and welfare

Automaton makes It possible i of children on organized overnight

to dial special numbers for a i school excursions.The .
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host of services from prayers to telephone company at ifit.ifit.ifit.ifit.F.t.ifit.! itBliilBrii1 1iit. II. II II .II .. ..!. ... .. ..t. .. ... II .II! .. .. .III. ... II II. .. II ... II III""'.'S: 3s
fairy tales In many cities 1 Hull, England, provides tales for ::I; ,t tF =
throughout the world. i tots, schedules of city venest, rt:
Vienna's telephone service is i and, at Christmas, the voices of T
a lazy man's dream. He can be Santa Claus. ;:p- ,. :'s
awakened or lullabied to sleep.If Because the American telephone M 1ts
the children are bored with Industry has grown so
father's bedtime stories Aunt huge, it has not been feasibleto
FaIrystale steps soothingly into I develop the automatic' servo ;t'' r it!

the breach via telephone. ices found in Europe Americansown

Taped recordings suggest to I more than half the world's m DALE CARNEGIE COURSE *U 3

Viennese what to cook; for dinner 142,000,000 phones. a:
where to go for the week.. ,But time and weather forecasts \ .
end, even how to act: "Before < are common. In Washington III : IN BUNNELL a

presenting flowers to lady, remove I D. C., 477,000 persons dialed fctf
the paper wrapping. . WEather 6.1212 one snowy January ti 1
? *
Opera glasses are meant for 1 day in 1961. WIii

looking at the stage, not scrutinizing Some cities have shopping t

dience.other. ." members of the au1 1 for-the-day.1 hints[ news reports Bird-conscious, and prayers.Boston Iii t ATTEND THIS INTRODUCTORY SESSION FREE IIi IIiiF. 1_

Paris's famous S. V. P. (S'tl I has a recorded "Voice of

Vous Plait) will dispatch a Audubon" that tells which feathery ;t; Commissioners Room, *ilf.
plumber or a dog walker, yoga friends are to be seen in the . ita

Instructor or electrician. Its
cycling department delivers i at Arnold Arboretum then asks H Thursday, June 20 :t tT ;
theater tickets, flowers, food, "And what birds do you haveto s ? 1
wine, and billets-doux. i report?" 8 P. M. 10 THINGS ;"f;
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I'll KI'A Hi: FOR LRADKH8IIII' -
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t and your business/ or pro :f tS.
Speak Effectively I . .Develop I Poise. . fession. :ta-
THINK 0\ YOUR VKKT .
t: Increase Your Income and extemporaneously _
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fjYc S3;itj; Score Yourself On These Questions dinners.. clubs organisations, ;;t.
3s
it yourself Are popular Have ; _
Are you preparing you you ,
k : for leadership In your business learned the art of making 3. DMVKLOI C'OIIHAOH sndHKLK : :i
iti your profession, your people like you' Can you CONFIDENCE. De.1.:
;- I : community ret people to do willingly .troy fear and cure Inferiority i1:
!t i; ( ) Yes ( ) No what you want them to doT complex. t2

!#i Are timidity and shyness. INCKKA"M YOUR PO.01if!
? z holding. you back from the 1) Yes ( ) No develop your personal forceboth n:
In business and before
I success which you are entitled you a good' salesman !
T for your Ideas, your ..ervgroups. ?'i
( ) Yes ( ) No ices, your product, your enthimlasmT R. IMIMIOVK YOUR MKMOIIV. ii+4

In days of old, the town The newspaper Is a most I Can you handle conferences ( ) Yes ( ) No .peak without and tac.notes.. recallnamei r !''f:!
crier often could stand In efficient, reliable and respected Ijj tactfully, rapidly and efficiently

one spot and the sound of reporter of community jj ( ) Yes? ( ) No Ar you quickly able to and make favorably yourself .. "! 5NSi.5 KHVlCK," YOVRSitLLP, your ,product YOUR, its-ti:
his vole would to events : enthu.la.m more effectively.
carry Are you being cheated out known by speaking before
every home In the community. And, through the medium t of success and happiness because groups? f. WIN MORH FIUKMD by increasing zt t:
Yes ( No
: i of an Inferiority com- < ) ) u
This, of course, Is not true of advertising, It provides a t'f#5 f lex' practical your psychology knowledge and of ent 5,4
Tu ( ) No
today. Even If our community valuable service to both the !t! Arm. you In a mental tuft your, skill In human rela !'!
were not so "spread out," merchant and the consumer. if! Do you merely wl.h for InUo you need to develop new tions.M. s ate a
creased pay or are you preparing Interests, new ambition.? .
the noises of the modem age How about you? Have you .f.: yourself to handle ( ) Yes ( ) No OK PSNItICIYOUR. IN11let/. COMMAND at.M:
about vs. would defeat the gotten around to checking |;.f| the will put re.pon.lbllltle.you In line for which Increased 0. DKVKI.OI1 YOU'
most diligent shouter the ads In this Issue for the "I pay' Are you troubled by worry? POWKH and Improve LATENT ati
( ) Yes ( ) NO ( ) Yes ( ) No your
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personality. a t
Today, there are other bargains offered by .local ; s
methods of communication stores? t YOUR SCORE WILL HELP YOU TO .DECIDE I*. IKAn TO WOIIK WITIf a t
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and more efficient methods S.. for yourself- don't ''t! IF YOU NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE PEOfLK. | 5"I
of disseminating news and wait for someone to com ;FIt
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Balloons Role ; Christmas Trees .: build up In tomato growing soils If the trees are found to grow I ANTELOPE'S GIANT HORNS
Play I to such a 'high point every two well and If the disease and The giant sable antelope of
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I : From Tomato Field years that rotation to another nematode populations decreaseIn I'Africa grows the most awesome
a In Space Probes f crop is necessary. the soil at the desired rate I horns 4n the animal kingdom.

\ The oldest, slowest and clumsiest Florida's tomato growers may One of the vegetable grower's It's possible Christmas tree pro .The five-foot horns curve like
f of aircraft has quietly I some day combine tomato production problems Is to find a profitablecrop duction could be one of the answers j a scimitar. Even the lion steers
soared into prominence AI a versatile -: with Christmas trees. which can be used in rotation I in the search for suitable c clear of these weapons.

I space explorer, both : Dr. Ernest L. Spencer, soils that will allow the disease rotation crops.
I manned and unmanned. I i chemist in charge of the Agricultural -i i and nematode populations I
J Experiment stations'I tin the soil to subside. Unlike most other American I George Washington never set
J At launch sites from Texas to I I Gulf Coast Station at Bradenton,I In cooperation with the Manatee Indians, tribesmen of the Northwest I foot on foreign soil. Ills only
f Alaska, high-flying balloons are reports trees are now being con and Sarasota County forester, Coast went barefoot the I 1 trip: outside British Colonial
? probing the upper atmosphere, I sidered as a possible rotation Arizona cypress and red cedar year rund. They wore raincoatsof America was a voyage to the
bringing back valuable data on have been planted as the rota- )I'
cedar 1
bark in the wet season. West Indies in 1751.
astrophysics, meteorology, and I tion crop on tomato ground at --- ..-
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experimenting
aeromedicine, the National Geographic Bradenton. The trees were only ,
equipmentacross
ballons for lifting
Society says. rivers or rough terrain. slightly fertilized at plantingtime r
Two scientists recently rode a and, so far, have not required CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
plastic.skinned balloon 15 miles Balloons are equally versatilefor any spraying.Dr. .
nonmllltary uses. They have
into the sky to study the appearance Spencer says that it is believed H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
flower seeds in
sown Japan, carried
of stars at that heightThey
the wllll be
cables across Niagara Falls, evergreens JOHN HARDIN, AssociateAIR
also recorded star sounds
ideal for trailer house residents
and served as a hall for a Cine
()XYGEN'C'immONtl
which, when played back, suggested who small
require compact
an empty coal truck rat j rama film show. A space. I Christmas trees. The current ;) I LADY EQUIPPED
minded couple was even married
tling along a bumpy road. plan is to grow the trees four CHAPEL ATTENDANTMBULANCES
In a balloon over Cincinnati
1 Sky Spies In 1874. I years and then rotate back for
A balloon lifted a remote- for tomatoes. He explainsthat two years of tomato production. Phone ID 7-3532
crop
controlled telescopic camera to The trees are expected to reach
disease and nematodes 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
feet for unprecedented so-
80,000 I a height of five to six feet.
lar of sunspots another -
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carried equipment n- .
000 feet for man's clearest look I I ,
at mars.A .
giant balloon transported a
rocket 100,000 feet up, then
launched it into a 2,7oo.mlle
flight through space.
The Echo satellite balloon
served as relay station for coast-
to-coast television. i'

Balloons first probed the

earth's uppermost atmosphere.On .. 'owl"\,
November 11, 1935, ExplorerII 'J) \
a Joint effort of the National r(
Geographic Society and the
U.S. Army Air Corps, carried
,two Army fliers to 72,395 feet, J.
a record for man's farthest aloft IN BUDGET-PRICED COOLING
that remained unbroken for 21

years.
The present record for a manned
balloon is 21% miles, set NHr.wl..r..rww.rN.rrl..N..r..N.
In May, 1961, by two Navy men. /
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over Jets and rockets. They
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,* often can be recovered. INSTALL IN

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lift the bag, realizing only GENERAL .
later than heated air was the
actual force. ,

First Aerial Bombing $ '
$ 7995 ,.
History's first aerial bombingraid '
occurred in 1849 when Aus- '

trians attacked Venice with '

bomb-carrying balloons. Though 115 Volt 'EkL4&QZit4..Q1 ..'A:
few Venetians were killed, demoralization ;" 'H
was rife. 71/1 Amp.
During the Civil War, the "
North directed ground gunfire
by ballons. The South retaliated '
with a rainbow-hued bal
loon made from the silk dresses ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

and pantalets of patriotic Con :
federate ladles.
World War II blimps escorted
hundreds of ,convoys without
losing a single vessel to sub TWO COMFORT LEVELS . LOW for night time or HIGH for maximum cooling.. Con-

marine attack. trolled velocity for the most comfort. ; .
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Today, the United States "
Navy AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . Ten settings let you choose desired cooling level '

maintained constantly just right for true comfort. .n .

Flagler Beach BarbershopWill < WASHABLE AIR FILTER.. .. Never needs replacement. Saves time and money, Slips ;; t
B* Open lit July in and out in seconds Washes right in the sink. i

Closed 4th July o ADJUSTABLE AIR FLOW Allows for
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Dick Longdon Your Barber ward angle to 45-degrees. .;



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BREAKFAST BACON Ib 45 aD

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LEAN FRESH .
SMOKED SAUSAGE
GROUND BEEf 3 Ibs $100 a Ibs.

ARMOUR STAR SLICEDBOLOGNA
3 lbs $1 00 .,,,E PIG EARS OX TAILS,or TAILS 4 1:100

RIB TIPS S $100
LEAN TENDER
ALL MEAT STEW Ib 59' t. PIG FEET 6 IbslOO

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TENDER JUICY 6 t fOOCUBE

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Briquets A STAMPS
3S I with purchase of
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(And This Coupon)
ffiBHEST PRODUCE : .. Coupon Void After June 22, 1963

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Golden Ripe'':

BANANAS : 1 Gift FREE Bond I : 1 100 EXTRASift Bond

Tender Sweet STAMPS STAMPS I
with purchase of with $5.00 or more
CORNTasty 4 Ears 19Cb ((3) 46 oz.cans HAWAIIAN PUNCH i Food order. ;,
(For Boiling) (And This Coupon) ; .(And This Coupon)
Coupon Void After June 22, 1963 : Coupon Void After I
GREEN PEANUTS > 19e June 22, 1933

Juicy Calif.LEMONS.
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WHOLE OKRA 10 oz. Pkg. 190
Phone 437.3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
Birdseye U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
BLACKEYED PEAS 10 oz. Pkg. 49- 8:00 QUANTITY a.m.-1:00 RIGHTS p.m. RESERVED PRICES GOOD JUNE 20, 21, 22, 1963Thuraday


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I Bunnell School I Flagler 4-H'ers To I Florida To Be The Public Employees I Rowles Funeral

Honor Rolls for Go To Shortcourse I No. I Horse State Number Grows Service Held in
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, Year's End ; Tommy Herr, John Baggett, Jr.,I Doyle Commissioner Conner told of Agriculture more than Rapidly in StatePublic I Sanford Wed.
I Tlfman Roblonson, Jr., and LevIL.
six weeks-Fourth I 450 horse raisers and lovers at employees In Florida
For sixth Miles Rowles, resident of Jackson
I : Brannam, Jr., will leave Mon
' l :" grade: Elayne Tucker, Kirk Rob I II day, June 24th, to attend the the University of Florida's first![, numbered 252,237 persons by Ohio, who was stricken
Robertson, Minnie Horse Short Course at Gained- the end of last 20 Per
a
I ertson, Greg I 44th Annual Boy 4H- Short- year with a heart attack on the high.
I Deen, Sharon Pache, Mike Kelley course, June 24th through June vine last week that he believes cent gain In three years, the way one mile out of Bunnellon
\'. Perryman, I "Florida will will be Florida State Chamber of Commerce I
', Kim Lawton, Kay 28th, at the University of Florida someday :1 June 6, passed away early
\ Dudley Improta, John Richard In Gainesville. I the number one horse state In ::1' reports In Its Weekly Monday morning at the local
r Jones, Jay Townsend, Catherine the nation." I Business Review. hospital. He was 47 years of
Harris, Jvna Knight, Betty Stef- Speakers featured In the program Speaking on the Importance I II "The comparable national gain
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s'.. Ilk. I I will Include Dr. J. Wayne I of the horse Industry' In Florida was 11 per cent," the Review age.He was born In Altavista, Va.,
Fifth grade: Beth Matherly, Reitz, president of the Universityof Conner pointed out that the said. and resided In Sanford, Florida,
Barbara Dodgen, Lesa Knight, Florida, Doyle E. Conner,I horse industry now contributes "Florida's total was made up eight years before going to Jack
Glenn Nelson, Donna Spicer, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture 'I some 60 million dollars to Florida of 51,086 federal civilian employees ;,f f son two years ago to reside. He
t Jack Baker,. Linda Church, Dr. E. T. York, provost for, economy. He said there are (no military personnel' was driving a truck enroute to
Becky Durrance, Cynthia IIInson, agriculture of the University, now 120 thoroughbred farms In Included), up 8 per cent; 45,014 Tampa when stricken.He .
'.. Debbie- Lane. and Paul Hendrick, student body the state, 70 of which are located state employees, up 21 per cent was a Methodist and a
I Sixth grade: John Cody, Rob. president of the University. in Marion County. and 156,137 county-district-city member of the. Loyal Order of
ert Creal, Nancy Hargett, George He also stressed that the average employees, a gain of 25! per cent I Moose.,
Coczwanskl, James Robertson, Instructing the boys In their person can now own and over 1959. These figures Include I He Is survived by his wife,
} Glenn Carle, Chuck lIerr, Carla class periods will be Florida Agricultural enjoy a horse. "I know of nothing both full and part-time I Ruth; one son, William; one
Tucker, B r e n d a Townsend, Extension Service Spe more wholesome for the I workers, the latter making up : brother, Thomas of Altavista;
Charles Clegg, Hal King, Carol cialists. Freshmen will be di family than to own a horse," I I about 8 per cent of the total. i his father, J, E. Rowles of Decatur .
Lynda Townsend, Colleen Tuck vided into Instrutlonal groups he said. "The monthly payroll of state I Georgia:>
er. where they will be allowed to Interest In thehorse short and local employees throughout Funeral service was held at
: Seventh grade: Darrell Britt, choose from such topics as "Im !:i course proved to be beyond all Florida during October of last the graveside In Oaklawn Cemetery
Sue Broadaway, Thomas Dun. proving Yourself Through 4-H," expectations, according to Dr. year amounted to $69,836,000, an I In Sanford at 2:30: Wednesday
can, Hewitt Dupont, Tony Parker "Thought and Talk In 4-H" and I I J. R: Crockett, animal geneticist Increase of 37 per cent over 1959 afternoon. Rev. Howard R.
Sharon Patrick, Wesley "Career Exploration." The senior:1':wit hthe Animal Science Depart. compared with a national Porter, pastor of the local Meth.
Thomas, Patty Robbie. delegates may select a subject I ment and director of the short erage of 28 per cent. The odist Church, officiated.
Eighth grade: Anne Bourne, course. A registration of 400 had
aV'1
from 14 study areas, such as for. parable federal payroll In Funeral arrangements were
Dennis clay Walton Cowart, estary, communications, dairy. been predicted. state Is not available for under the direction of Craig
Kathy Emery, Vicky King, Arthur ang, agricultural engineeringand I I I Dr. E. T. York, Jr., University ,date. Funeral Home of Bunnell.
McDaniel, Johnnie Ruth conserving natural re- of Florida provost for agriculture . __
Miller, Julie Wilkins, Arthur sources.In and br. T. J. Cunha, head
Ford, Patricia Lingold. I I ofthe Animal Science Department FOR I
) Ninth grade: Betty Lynn addition to the educational'II I welcomed the horse rals-
Bourne, Margie Lee Blakely, program, the Shortcourse will I ers on behalf of the university. PROTECTION AGAINST" EXPENSES OF I
Catherine Hinson. encompass public speaking competition -''York stressed the willingness of CANCER
Tenth grade: Cynthia Cobb, and the annual ,State the University of Florida's Ag- I
Heidi Elsenbach, Marie Fleurie, 4-H Council. During the council, ricutlual Experiment Stations AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
Mike Hornsby, Gloria Johnston, delegates will discuss and plan and the Agricultural Extension
I T. COOK AGENCY
Kandyce Lovell. programs and elect officers for Service to help horse producers
I Phone ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida I
.. Eleventh grade: Kathy Barber, the coming year. j]I with their problems.

Nell Johnston, Gloria Moore, i .. .
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Allida. Tucker, Nancy Wilson. ,
4 YEARLY HONOR ROLL j
Fourth grade: Elayne Tucker, i
Kirk Robertson, Greg Robertson, 1 1'Ii
Minnie Deen, Sharon Pache, i :
\ Mike Kelley, Kim Lawton, Chip ; '. .
\ Johnston, Kay Perryman, Dud. S
Icy Improta, John Geller, John'
Richard Jones, Jay Townsend, :
Catherine Harris, Lyna Knight, !
Joy Lee, Betty Stefllk. f 7 o x

Fifth i grade: Beth Matherly, I
Donna Spicer, Cynthia Hinson. I -
Sixth grade: Robert Creal
Nancy Hargett, George Kocz- -z"i: .*
wanskl, Charles Clegg John ; 4
Cook, Hal King, Carol Lynda I ) ,,
Townsend Colleen Tucker.I I : 1\\
Seventh grade: Sue Broada I
way, Thomas Duncan, Hewitt I
Dupont Tony Parker, Wesley' .I \ .\ S S\\S\: &
Thomas, Patty Robbie. I
Eighth grade: Dennis Clay, I
Vicky King, Arthur Ford. yFx Ninth grade: Bet t y Lynn :
Bourne. ''
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Tenth grade: Mike Hornsby,
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J Kandyce Lovell. ., \
Eleventh grade: Nell Johns. II S 'S :'
ton, Gloria Moore, Allida Tucker,
Fancy Wilson.
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TWIRLING LESSIONS .
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AT CIVIC CENTEROn

Wednesday afternoons
from 3 to .4 o'clock at the Civic I $ ;r
Center a national baton teacher, 'S : ,
Mary Pache, will teach twirling
i to any Interested girls up to 13
years of age. i
\ There will be group or Individual

Instruction. 1 1 R 3 1

MUNICIPALITIES Gbf Top:1959 Impala Sport Coupe, below: 1963 Impala Sport Covpt.
SMOKE TAX FUNDSThe

State Beverage Depart. You get a whole lot more than that '59 generator cut costs,too. PERFORMANCE-
ment reports the following sums Chevrolet (great as it was!) could offer. a wider choice of horsepower from the economical
from cigarettes taxes collectedIn Some big improvements, some small some C EVJQOLE7 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 6 up to a 425-hp
April have been sent to the for savings some for performance, some for SAVINGS-from Chevrolet's tradition I
Flagler county municipalities. I comfort. A few of them: EASY CARE-Air- + I ally higher resale value and the special deals
washod rocker panels help fight rust, while a a your Chevrolet dealer is making during Trade
Bunnell Beverly
$2.613.67.} I longer lasting exhaust system, self-adjusting 1 'N' Travel Time.' Sea him now for a Jet-
$582.29 Beach ; $77.54 Marineland; Flagler$79.34 Beach; and I' brakes and battery-saving new Delcotron AT YOUR CHEVROLET:: DEALERS smooth '63 Chevrolet. 'Optional at extra cost

'Painters Hill $5.06.PERSIAN I CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CKEVnOSH, CHEW!, GCKWJa E AND CORVETTE!

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