Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00545
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 27, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00545
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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Reynolds Family I Rotary ClubInstallation I .NeWJ and Comment i, DBJC Will. Give I-Surf Claims Life

Leave On NewAssignment I At i (By Eula FulUx) ; Tests For High At Flagler Beach

I Shortly after the record break
1 E i iI Meeting TodayOfficers Ing legislative session, Gov. Bryant School Diploma : Sunday AfternoonOmer

I I said most Floridians won'teven
The General Educational Development J. Gariepy, a resident of
know the legislature
r Friends of Dr. Frank J. Reyn for the 1963-64 year I II Tests for the State: Old lIaw Creek Road since December .
I into their
I I had dipped pockets I II
olds and Margaret A. Reynolds will be Installed at the Club'sregular until they purchase their 1964 i of Florida High School Equivalency was accidentally drown

may be Interested to know that. meeting today at 12:30.I auto license tags. Diploma will be administered ed Sunday 'afternoon In the surf

they are beginning ,a new chap. Those elected to serve for the 1: again in August. at Flagler Beach. lie was a retired

I ter of their life story of adven I ensuing year are: Homer W. From where I sit he Is right I According to DBJC Adult Education 'I restaurant owner, and was

[, ture In different communities.Some Brooks, president;; D. D. Moody, PROVIDED you don't buy a new I I Director Marcus Rankin, 64 years of age. lie came here

of the Interesting com vice president; T. L. Lenssen I car, smoke, pay repair bills, go I II I adults interested in taking the from Detroit.

munities In which they have I secretary, and Charles Tonkin i iI I to the movies, fish, record deeds, tests should register with Mrs. lie is survived by a wife, Alice

lived have been featured by I I treasurer. Directors to serve will I notes, etc., buy new appliances, I Helen Miller, Daytona Beach Bunnell; two daughters, Mrs.

noted authors. Marshall, Illinois I be T. ET: Holden, Z. G. Holland, I pay country club dues, Just to Adult High School, Mainland' Claire Osiwala, and Mrs. There.

was the town in Booth Tar. I I W. C. Sullivan and J. M. Canak- I mention a few things. In fact I I Senior High, or with Bernard W. sa Wallace; four sons, Jerald,

ington's "The Gentleman From I i aris, ex-officio member. about the only things I can Smith, Volusia County Community Joseph, Hilary, and Omer, Jr.;

Indiana." Marjorie Rawlings in I I The Bunnell Rotary Club recently : think of not taxed during the i College before July 15. two sisters and four brothers.

"Cross Creek" wrote of mutual accepted the sponsorship session are groceries and medi This opportunity to earn a I I Also surviving are 14 grand.

friends of Citra and Island of the Flagler Beach Boy Scout i cines. high school diploma is open to I I children.

Grove, Florida. I'I Troop No. 472 and funds have: X X X X I II II those adults who did not finish' Rosary will be said at 8 o'clock

Henry W. Longfellow in "Evan- been raised by the club to buy I I high school and who are 20l I'! tonight at the Craig Chapel.
witnesses of
geline" wrote of Cajun Land,I certain camping equipment for I the According drowning to which eye occurred at i years of age or older and legal I Mass will be at 9:30 Friday

Louisiana where they lived and the troop in their camping ac I residents of Florida, Rankin I morning from St. Stephens Catholic
I Flagler Beach Sunday afternoon I said. Church. Interment will follow .
taught high school and collegein tivities. I I
Life Guard Paul Staton shouldbe
the Bayou country. Then Joe Seale, scoutmaster for the The tests require 10 hours to at St. Mary's Cemetery at
I efforts
commended for brave I
"The Biggest Little Band in I troop, was assisted by Tom Lens. complete and will be administered Korona.
I In the
accomplishing res .
Dixie" and Its director Walter,, sen, member of the club's Boy in the evening and on Saturday I Arrangements were under direction
I cue. Although the man had
Morris have made a place for Scout Committee, in a recent to accommodate working of Craig Funeral Homeof
I drowned before he could be
Bunnell, Florida in the world :: weekend camp-out I reached Paul and his assistant, adults. The total cost for the I Bunnell. I

of school bands.In I Boys from Bunnell, as well as tests Is $7.50.Designed .
I Harry Kuleskl, did a very commendable I
foreign countries the Reyn I Flagler Beach, are invited to Job In the rescue and to permit people'I Apparel Shop

olds lived for four years In one I join the troop and enjoy many I I efforts to revive the man. who have not attended or completed I
of the few countries where the of the activities this summer. high school to demon Here
I i We understand the boys also Opening
capitol city had neither railroadnor strate that they have equiva "
made five successful rescues, of
waterfront, such was Teguigalpa i r lent general education, most!I
I I those who ran into trouble In Monday July I
Honduras. They. lived for Rev. r 'the surf, the same afternoon. find the tests interesting. I 1 i ,
17 months In another capital Spicer'sFather The Adult Equivalency DI. !
i We tip our editorial hat to both "Land 'n Sea Fashions, Flag
city, Lima, Peru, where thereIs It young men for an outstandingJob. I ploma', which is Issued by the I Iler County's new modern ap J

never any rain and perhaps II DiedIn i ).1 State Department of Education,i' parel shop, will be open to the
only 20 days or so of each year ": will serve to get adults Into public Monday, July 1 at 9 A.M. I
in which there is sunshine.The I Bristol Tenn. 1 j \most colleges and satisfy Civil\ according td an adverstiment

most recent chapters of I( Several weeks ago we ,mentioned Service requirements and State In! this Issue, of The Tribune. .

their story has been of nfne I W. L. Spicer, Sr.,, lathee of I, Rev. Robert Jenkmsfc SQJI .Merjt4! m.1I. requirements,J.. -The-new business Is located "" ..:
...' months In Cocoa;where JUvReyrr'.11! R V. W.' Li Spicer J former+'i of the late Methodist Minister,, Rankin added..' '. '"\ 107 \N rth'Bay St.?, in the old
olds has been teaching biology Methodist Minister here1 passed 'I Rev.; Jim Jenkins, who served I. The CED'tests'will/' be giver+fat office space of the Citizens

In Brevard Junior College. While away unexpectedly Sunday afternoon the church here. we stated he I the week of August 12 Building. ,

there they saw from their front I in Bristol, Tenn. lie had was pastor of St. Paul's Church Mr. and Mrs Andy Yelvington,

lawn several launchings of mis some trouble on Sunday morning in Jacksonville, but had been I r Marine Studios owners of the new business, said

siles. Among them were the beginnings ::1 and was admitted to the mis-informed. "Our Bobby" had I they will feature apparel for

of Shlrra's and Coop. hospital. He suffered a heart served a church in St. Petersburg Celebrated 25th the entire family. Although their

er's flights and the dlstruction I attack and passed away about 1 for the past five years and was I': entire stock has not arrived, they

of missies which went off course 5 o'clock in the afternoon. He /transferred to the Hendrix Memorial I Sat. I'I'I will be open for business Mon.

in, the first few seconds of flight. was 64 years of age. Methodist Church In Anniversary day. They plan to hold their

July 5th a new adventure is Rev. Spicer and family passed Jacksonville at the conferencethis i grand opening at a later date.
to begin. They are to leave by through Bunnell Monday morning month. lie Is married and Marine Studios celebrated the

air from Chicago with the first en route to Bristol. Funeral they have two children, we are 25th anniversary of its open. I Attends

stop to be Frankfort, Germany, services will be held there the told. Ing Saturday evening with a reception Billy Deen I

and the destination to be Rome, latter part of this week. X X X X and dinner at the I

valy. After a week or so in I Survivors include his wife of The following was given tome l I! Dolphin Restaurant there. I Engineers Meeting

Rome they are to proceed to Bristol; a daughter, Mrs. Marie by Mrs. Jessie Way. She said Marine Studios was opened to I Deen of Bunnell was I
Manila, Philippine Islands and Eversole of Casablanca, Africa; it was sent ,to her by her sisterin I I the public June 23, 1938, and I the 2,000 engineers and <
out to Lipa City to the Llpa Experiment Jr. of since that time millions of persons '
a son, Rev. W. L. Spicer, I law of Glendale, California.DUZ members of their families at.
have marveled at the outstanding
Station where they are Miami. Also surviving are several you DREFT along with ,I I tending the 56th annual summer
to be located for 17 months.Dr. presentation of marine
grandchildren. the TIDE? Well now's the time
I. I' meeting of !the American
I.I life viewed through the portholes I
Reynolds is to advise in I
to CHEER If want real
up. you 'I Society of Agricultural Engineers
I in the two huge tanks. ;
the of citrus virus diseases '
survey JOY, the TREND is to BREEZE I I In Miami Beach June 2327.
Also the dally performance of .
on (the Islands and to direct
to Church on Sunday morning.But i
establishment of Indexingand Beach Commission, porpoise In the Porpoise Stadium.j I II The program was devoted to
many discussions of soil and water
A number of Invited guests I I
Identifying the and I
their heads in the pillows and conservation, regulating live.
Defers OrdinanceOn enjoyed the Silver Anniversary
most troublesome virus diseases
remain in bed. But when the stock environments, equipmentfor
reception and dinner In the recently
of citrus.
Lord is given first considerationa restraining livestock, farm
Wednesday, the Flagler I I' DOVE would never have to be remodeled Dolphin Res and
They will live near the experiment taurant. The new Dolphin din- ,structures, power
station at whichis Beach city commission held a sent out with an SOS. For those processing, harvesting fruits, i
Llpa City I Ing room seats 98 persons and
about 20 miles south of Ma. meeting for the purpose of discussing who miss Church, we must DIAL !the Sea Horse Coffee Shop seats vegetables, (/tobacco and cotton
a new ordinance, drawn and remind them of the IVQRY of chemicals
agricultural -
nila. His work will take him 66 The Moby Dick I application
by Dr. Smith. He is (the town'sengineer palaces up yonder. Ask them to persons. and
to all parts of Ithe Islands. Just Lounge features an unusual, tillage equipment
for development of a.. WHISK themselves out of "bed
materials handling,
what beyond the Islandsof methods,
areas whaling ship motif, with the bar I
I water system. The purpose of:I next Sunday morning, dress UD I and related topics.there .
the Philippines his work will of the
In the middle ship.
i the proposed ordinance to; SPIC 'N SPAN and DASH likea
take him Is not known at this Also to open soon Is the new -- -
regulate future subdivisions of COMET to Church. about 40 years.
time. I I Marlneland Lodge, containing 24
I the town. Good cleaning advice I would Funeral services were held at
This will be another of the The meeting was attended bya say. deluxe units facing the ocean. the Craig Chapel at 2 o'clock
of number of the land Featured entertainment Saturday with Rev.
adventures The Reynolds owners X X X X Monday afternoon
which will give them "more Incidents who are in the process of developing We have been crowded out evening was Johnny Coco I Reynolds Hoover of the Flagler

to recall and opportunities or expect to develop, I the past two or three weeks when and his Hawaiian Revue. Beach Methodist Church officiat !

to photograph places of In. considerable portions of the I we had more real "live" news ing. Interment will be later In I

terest to share with our family town's property. They expressed than space. Thanks for the Mrs. Nellie Dixon Coldwater.She .

and friends on our return," Dr. concern as to the best approach' many comments on the column Is survived by her husband

Reynolds said.SUMMER to this problem, and the com I and also for the requests that: Died Thursday in John Dixon of Flagler

mission has given those who we continue It. We will try to Beach.

have objected time to study and make each issue In the future. I Holly Hill Hospital
PROGRAM I give the matter further consider. I : 1 1I TWO FROM FLAGLER

SCHEDULE CHANGEMrs. il ation. I Mrs. Nellie Dixon, who resided MAKE DEAN'S LIST
Mrs. Virginia Sullvan, city I at the Sea Side Manor,

Viola Tonkin announces. clerk, said today the commissioners Ii Flagler Beach, passed away Two students from Flagler

a change In the Summer Recreation had decided not to continue Thursday at the Holly Hill Hospital County at Daytona Beach Junior

program schedule. with the proposed ordinance RENEW YOUR following a long illness. College have been named on

Grades 1.3 will meet at the and would make a studyof DRIVER'S LICENSE I' She was a resident of Cold- Deans list for the spring semester -

Civic Center on Monday and the problems before a new I DURING YOUR '' water, Mich., and was employedI They are Mary S. Brannam

Friday afternoons from 2 to 4. ordinance was offered. BWHMOHW.. I i the Catholic Supply House 1 and Cary D. Jlolland.PKYY I


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9 473'B. vs. W. L. C. at 8:15fFridayYankees:
I had four hits, two of which were J. Whitaker 19 ,
home runs and put her in the;I Henry 2G 12 461' vs. White I
Ward 14 6 428 Sox 5 P. M.; Braves vs. Giants,
I lead with three home runs.,: J.
II 428 Bunnell Merchants
28 12 6:15; vs
V. F. W. Aux. won their fifth I II I M. Smith
I 21 9 427 B. M. C., 7:4-5-
game 18-7 over the F. M. Church W. Townsend
I team. I,''T. Dunce 33 13 3931 Monday, July 1-B. M. C. vs

D. Metts 2S 11 392 W. L. C., 7:45; Braves vs. Vanjkees .
NO1ES; : ; : T. Pinner 25 8 320 !I; 5 P.M.; ,Cardinals vs.
:, ", '. White Sox, :
'W.L BANK I' Tuesday, July 2-Bunnell Res-
SEVILLE BREAKS I has one All runs hit by Seville Seville 9 3 AND taurant'vs. V. F. W. Aux., and(
HOME RUN RECORD will be adding to.. new record.I Merchants 5 6:,TIED FOR FIRST PLACE Bunnell Merchants vs. Sevilleat
I W.L.c. 46, .1' W L per, 8:15 P.M.Continued. \
Ronnie Wells, hitting home 'B. M.' C. 58: CItizens Bank 5 1 83.31
( : on pave 81 I
runs 7 and 8, and Julius Smith's I BABS CUMMINS HITS I I V. F. W. Aux. 5 1 833.
home run number five gave Se. TWO HOME RUNS BIG TEN BATTERSAb F. M. C. 2 4 334
ville a team record: of sixteen. { Babs Cummins, pitcher for the H or? Bunnell Restaurant 0 6 000 Subscribe for The Floglcr: Tilbunt

Russell, Yellvington has two i. \. F. W. Aux. team, pitched two. I IF. Todd 18 11 611 Games tonight-Citizens Bankvs. $2.50 A Year In Advance
home runs while Murray Smith hit ball In four innings. Babs I R. Wells 34 19 558 I 'F M.C. at 6:45.: and Seville t
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1fJ./MJJa'I takes constant mowing to keep On ;; a hospital --I immediately" ?Y. ,
Qa denIt9 i s I:seed stalks down. Tips Handling I warns"." Brogdon. > FUgler Beach Barberihop<'
A new grass: on the, horizon '
{ Sharpe) Those PesticidesBy Will B. lit 'i'
(By Herr y Open July
is Floratlne St. Augustine. It
The number of new animal !
::Lawns are like some ladles I was developed by the Florida I ( Lynn BUslond) species discovered each year av Closed 4th July t\j(
both are happiest when they Agricultural Experiment Stations I erages' perhaps 50 mammals, 100 Dick Longdon Your Barber,'';
are making others green with and released recently to com "Pesticides can and are being fish, 15 birds, and 5,000 Insects.
mercial It's avail used safely every day," according I '
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Since like begets like, spend- able now from most turf grow to James E. Brogdon, agricultural
ing money Is the easy answer. ers. extension entomologist. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT '
However, remember that feminine Floratlne is a blue-green close. "Agricultural chemicals like
fashion stresses the bare growing type that covers the most all.modem innovations! AMBULANCE
areas, while In lawns the object ground rapidly and forms an such as automobiles, boats, pow
Is to cover up the nude excellent sod. Four-year tests er tools and firearms, should be SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4-1625 H
earth. show that it's superior in weed handled carefully," he stresses. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

:If you have enough money and disease resistance. Whether the operator is a
Ntrer be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. W*
left over after dressing up the Planting homeowner with a back yard or
lady of the house, then hire the Method of planting are sod, I a farmer with a large crop area, are always at your service with promptness safety and :
local landscaper to handle the spring, plug and seed. Sod is registered and labeled pesticidescan ..xperience.I ,
lawn problem with a propertyline the answer to an immediate be used safely If the op I '
to property line layer of ground cover. Grass plugs cover I I erator follows a few simple di. I Equipped With Oxygen Retusitator and Inhalator
sod. about one-third the area that rections.
the equivalent amount of sprigs Garcia Funeral HomeP.
But, If you are the averagenew will 'Don't smoke while sprayingor
mortgage holder who Is cover. dusting," the entomologist E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Sprigging is the economical cautions. If should spill
spending on next year's pay you LADY ASSISTANTWWWWWWWV
raise will make the lawn planting method. Sprig the materials on your skin, wash it . .. . ..... .
you slower ...!'' ..'''.''.. ,,''_''.''''.''. ...."..
growing zoyslagrasses ,
project a do-it-yourself Job. Your on off immediately. Avoid inhalingthe
first task Is to yank out all the 4 to 6 inch centers. Othet grasses spray. Afater spraying, wash I
debris the contractor's bulldozer will give full cover in one sea hands and face, then change to II
failed to gouge out. son if set on 8 to 12 inch centers.'. clean clothing. Be sure to dispose I 24 HourWrecker
Plenty of water and monthly Service
The next several sets ,of blistered : of empty containers so that I
palms will follow ranking applications of 3 pounds of ammonium they cannot be of danger to people
nitrate per 1,000 square or animals. lie also

away cludes surface plaster, trash.lime alkaline or This mortar In- feet spread of lawn, at will top urge speed.the grassto I users the to original store sprays labeled and contain urges dustsin I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.

deposits. Such materials
If left In (the soil, will i era away from food or feed and I MASSEY.FERGUSON
give grief later by preventing out of reach of children and pets. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
I If a human baby'*grew at the "If the operator has symptoms
from becoming
fertilizer applications II
fully available to the same rate as the larvae of of illness during or shortly
monarch butterflies, it would after'spraying or dusting, calla Owner Bunnell,

I grass.Therefore. testing the. soil is weigh eight tons in I two weeks. I physician or take the patient I Florida'a

a vital Step. me tests win indicate i.
the plant food requirements I'I'
for growing a lush, green
lawn. When counts. your car's performance! This kind of confidence I ',. .; :
power .. .
Following a heavy shower, has made Standard the Smith's favorite family ,; {

check (the lawn site for standing :, STANDARD STANDS OUT of gasolines for three genera tlons.Crown Extra, .t'J t:.''/'

puddles of water and, If. \, Crown, Economy Crown-all three offer long. "
needed, fill In the low spots before \ (, In highway driving,safety so often depends on running mileage, dependable performance, top
planting. For better looks ar\ your car's swift response..your ability to pass power at the price. So stop at Standard-for

and for drainage, slope the quickly.With a Standard gasoline in your tank, famous-quality gasolines and for wide-awake '

earth On sandy away from soil add the three house.cubic you know the power's there when you need it. service to keep your car running,better longer r1'"',"

yards of organic matter per You can keep your mind on the road, not on STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

1,000 square feet of lawn area.
This will: insure good grass
growth. Pet or composted crop 7 7S it.! I Ir.
residues will be fine. Mix the
material into the soil. A rented
rototiller will do the Job in a

hurry.The next step may be soil
sterilization. It isn't essentialbut "

will kill weed seeds and : : I IS
nematodes. Since the chemicals .
'used In the process are deadly,
,: it's usually a job for the pro

I' fessional.What To Plant r'ii"

There's no Ideal grass. The
boysias have won acclaim for
texture, but require much care
and good soil. Centipede is
"poor man's" grass that does
well on sandy soil with little
maa a rj 4 ii'JffJI4iui1ui1'
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St. Augustine rates good, but
: is ravaged by chinch bugs. t
Common Bermuda is fine-tex
i tured, tolerates salty spray but
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Birth CertificateIs Replica of Bluenose i .

Required For Fishing Schooner SHELTON'S GROCERY .

the greyhound of
f School ChildrenThe schooners will race. again in "Your Friendly Co-op Store" ;

State Board of Health Nova Scotia waters.A .

urges parents who have children.. replica of the famed racing. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET "
starting to school !thIs fall to.. fishing vessel is taking shapein
obtain birth certificates Imme I Luensburg, Nova Scotia, at ... QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD JUNE 27.28-29, 1963
the Smith and Rhuland-,ship-

diately.Everett H. Williams, Jr., director : yard where the first Bluenose,
of vital was launched In 1921.
of the board's bureau
have the Keel of (the 143-foot wooden '
statistics, said (
laid March 6, 1963.It Y
the ship was on
same number of employees
year round. Right now we're will be built according to the .9 SALE .

processing about 500 birth cer original blueprints, and "should
tificates a day. If the past is I prove an important tourist at.
in mid-
traction when launched
any indication, many parents
will wait until August to make July.

requests and since we can Four-time Champion
d handle only so many a day, any Bluenose is virtually a legendIn
last. minute rush is almost. Nova Scotia, says the Nation. I cook OUT MEAT SALEWorld's I
bound to cause inconveniences."Your al Geographic Society. Its mem
' child could miss an entire .
: ; ory helps keep alive (the Canadian
I' year of school unless a birth province's great traditionof BestGROUND
certificate is obtained in time. ,
I .. seafaring.
We can give fast service now The sleek spoqr. bowed
but later during any rush the schooner was undefeated in four BEEF 3
service will be slow. North Atlantic Fishermen's

Application for a certified copy Championships, though five
must Include the full name of ships were specially designed FLAVOR AGED CHOICE BEEF
the child: the full name of the and built to try to beat her. I
father; the full maiden name The champion sailed for England
I of the mother; the day, month: for George V's Silver Jubilee RIB STEAK Lb. 69C CLUB STEAK Lb. 8ge
year, city and county of birth; i and was Honored on a Canadian
whether the child is male or fe In 1929. Lb.
postage stamp u SIRLOIN
male; and the child's race. The Her Image also appears on the ROUND STEAK 890 STEAK 99C
original birth certificate number| Canadian dime. I
should be included if possible.If Yet Bluenose was not a mere Lean Meaty End Cut
the child was born in. another I racing toy. A hardworking end Lb. Lb.
state, the certificate must be obtained successful fishing boat, she car SPARE RIBS 39C PORK CHOPS 43C

from that state.A ried a crew cf 21 to the Grand l
full photo copy or a wallet. Banks of Newfoundland
sized card encased in plastic' year for the fishing season from I COMPLETE LINE OF PICNIC SUPPLIESYour I
may be obtained. The type October to March. She holds the I
wanted should be specified. A I record for the largest single
fee of one dollar for each copyor I catch ever landed in Favorite Detergent Armour's ShorteningVEGETOLE

card must accompany the ap The advent of Luneburg.\\ Large .
plication. Application forms trawlers and TIDE ge 3Tb. 390

may be obtained at county i wind driven I II Limit 1 with$5.00 More Food Order
I the decline of ves- or Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order
health departments but a letter,I sels.
will be adequate If it containsall In 1942, bluenose was sold to\ Sunlite Asst. Flavors
the above Information.The I I the West Indies Trading Company TOMATOES 303 90
Can JELLO Each 9c
board also suggests that I and converted to a freighter -
I before starting the first grade, She hustled cargo, betw 'en Limit 4 PleaseNorthern Limit 3 Please V
tii.: \\ .,i the child have basic imrnurifza' United*States and West Indies f' ,
tlons for diphtheria, locKJaw, ports until she struck a coral E" Showboat 300 Can

whooping cough, smallpox and I reef and sank off Hatl in 1946. I TOILET TISSUE 90 PORK & BEANS E"; 90
polio. Built, manned, and skipperedout
of Luneburg, Bluenose sym Jim DandyQUICK Limit Four
; bolizes an era when that town GRITS Ea:
was the deep-sea fishing capital Gordy'sSALT Plain or Iodized
THE EMPEROR'S LADY : of Canada. Luneburg ship. 26 Oz.
Delmonte No. 211 Can
wrights give the maritime provo Pkg. 90
By F. W. Kenyon II ince of Nova Scotia the world's PINEAPPLE JUICELimit Ea. 90

When Marie-Joseph-Rose Tas- largest tonnage per populationuntil Four Peak
cher on the little islandof the 1880's. Nearly 200 1 Oz.
Martinique, little did she Ii schooners still sailed out of her Pillsbury Buttermilk ge
know that one day she would magnificent natural harbor In Ea.
be the Empress Josephine. the 1920's, the National Geographic BISCUITS 9C Kraft 6 Oz.MUSTARD.

At the age of' 17 she became I says. Ea.
Beat the Devil Kobey's Canned ge
the bride of Alexander de Beau.
Some of the men who handledthe Ea.
harnals. This marriage was un POTATO.TICKS 90
Patties Ea.
schooners were superstitious.It .
successful and Josephine was OLEO 90Mr.
left with two children. After was the practice of one captain Limit Three 6 Oz.
on setting forth, to retire
their separation, Josephine was
immediately to his cabin, take
sent to prison and narrowly escaped D
the guillotine. I out a pack of cards, and play O
the devil at solitaire for a successful
Later she went to Paris and
became the fashion leader anda I voyage.
Golden Yellow
remains blue. G 10 Oz.FRENCH.
Luneburg a ,
very popular society lady.
I water town, though stained by
r was here that she met the arrogant
little Napoleon Bonaparteand rust, gasoline, and oil. The har FRIES BANANAS
Is mixture of ,
marrid him. bor a stubby gear-
The story traces the reign of laden power draggers and Each 9
and Josephine schooners with cut-down spars
Napoleon as Emperor
as his Empress. and engines added. Shipwrightsbuild Jiffy Sweet Juicy GeorgiaPEACHES
dories, power boats, and j
Janice Library Lovelace. trawlers. Factories produce marine I STEAKS Each Lb.25EE .

engines, ship's Iron, and nn_ .______ ___
brasswork. Processing plants aJ CImI v mn""JrnQJ91fI"II

ANY THING CAN HAPPEN freeze, smoke, filet, can, dry, 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP
and pickle cod and herring
& H. PaposhvllYThis
By C. brought In by the fleet
book is a book of very Only a few commercial fisher. TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

good nature. It tells of a man men still go down to the sea (3) Delmonte Early 10 Oz. Instant Maxwell 24 Oz. Faultless Spray
who has come from a foreign In schooners. Starch
country and Is trying to makea Garden Peas House Coffee

living as a mechanic. He hasa BIRD THAT CLIMBS Coupon void after 62963KrilIm Coupon void after 6-29-63 Coupon void after 6-29-63
very rough time trying to A South American river bird
make enough money to even called the hoatzln climbs and maw IN xt CD : w..m
living much less giving swims better than it flies. Claw.
make a t 50 FREETOP 50 FREE
some to people who have not tipped wings enable the youngto 25 FREETOP
he has had. scramble through underbrush.
had the chance that
When they
,; This book Is very true to life
and Is a very heart warming water and escape by swimming. With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

book. I know you will enjoy i I' 18 Oz. Thrifty Straw 14 Oz. Viv Floor $5.00 or More Food
this book so come to the library Arctic terns are the world's 'I berry Preserves Wax ''Order ,p
today and select one. champion commuters. They summer void after 6-29-63 Coupon void after 6-29-63 Coupon void after 6-29-63 :'
Library Assistant, In the Arctic and winter In I

Brice Hosford. the Antarctic. j

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Thursday June 27, 1963
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Eleven members of the Girls Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M.
Auxiliary along with five driv- with classes for all ages. Worship -!
ers 1 left Wednesday for Memphis, hour Is at 11 o'clock with ;I
Tenn., where they attended the Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. SAT.,
\ 50th anniversary Year GA Con- i I RESERVED JUNE 27.28.29, 1963
vention. Arriving today to visit with j Ii! .
Miss Joyce Robinson and Miss I I Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton i|! -
Pat Barns represented"the GA's I. will be Rev. and Mrs. Ben Rider !|' 4ili
I For Will Be July
I'I'I Your Convenience We Open
from the First Baptist Church I I and daughters, Mary Ellen and i
and Mrs. A. F. Stevens, a counselor Judith, from Bartow. Rev. Rider j
was one of the drivers. is the minister of the Bartow"I
Others in the group were from Methodist Church. I
East Palatka and Hollister. They i i' iC
arrived home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sam Moore and SIRLOIN Lb 89
Main speakers during the Laura and Matt,
convention were all missionaries,I.I day morning from ChUdren'j SALE ) CLUB OR RIB
either Just returning or soon N. C., to spend a few
leaving on missions. The Girls her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack i
FINE FOR BAR.BQChuck Copeland's Lean Meat
Auxiliary is based on missionary Meekins. I

I emphasis and all) of and the Christian GA's attendingthe ideals, METHODIST CHURCH NEWS II Steak 59 franks 12 Oz. 39

convention were tremendously The Church school is having I Lb.- Pkg.Copeland's .
inspired by the missionary a swimming party at the homeof
speakers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hender i
HERMAN'S Tender Smoked
j Due to the large number of I son today from 2 to 4 P.M.
I girls in the Soutthern Baptist Church school time is 9'45 I CHIPPED BEEF PICNICS 9r
Convention that desire to attend, A.M. and worship hour at 11 CHIPPED HAM 3 For $1 00 Limit 1 Please
three conventions were held, one o'clock with Rev. Reynold N. CHIPPED Lyke's Boneless Canned
I right after the other, with each Hoover, minister. Special music
having over 7,000 in attendance.. by. the choir. READY PICNICS 3 Lb- $479

Patty and Ann Meeklns, Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. and grandson, Jimmy, left yes.I "
I Meekins, will leave Saturday to terday for home In Franklin, STOCK UP FOR THE 4th"---IT'S PICNIC AND COOK-OUT TIME
visit for a week with their I N. c., after spending a week
I grandmother, Mrs. Sam Walts,I visiting here. Rev. Brock, a I FOLGER'S CRISCO --
former of the First ,
in DeLand. \ I pastor Baptist -
Church here, is now pastorof
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS the Franklin Baptist Church. COFFEE. 49* ShorteningJlW
Sunday, school is at 9:45: A. M.
and worship hour at 11 o'clock Mrs. Agnes Lee left recentlyfor >
with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. Pewaukee, Wis. to seside. Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order'
Training Union is at 6:45: P.M.
and evening worship at 7:45.: Age Patterns in ROYAL PURPLE FOOD KING

\I and Mr.son and of Mrs.Springfield Everett Bentley Ohio, State PopulationFlorida's Plums 4 a! q o Pears 3 2 $1 00

visited with Mr. and Mrs. Syd I population growth Cans
Weksler recently.Mrs. since 1960 has been accompanied I

by new age-group patterns, DELMONTE EARLY GARDEN \ Green Giant Whole
Edith Weksler returned the Florida State Chamber Of' Golden
from a two weeks visit with her Commerce reports in its Weekly!
4 brother, John Hip, in Marion, Business Review. I PEAS 5 303 $1 00 CORN 303 00
Ohio, and also friends In Spring- "The state gained. 10 per cent'I!' Cans 6 CansJuiced $1 1
field, Ohio. during the 27 months from the!
census on April 1, 1960 to July. : Rite Any Flavor PAPER
Elsie Barnes has returned to 1, 1962. On the latter date, Flor j 57 Oz. PLATES 10P kscl-990
Marion, Ohio, to work during ida's population stood at 5,459 DRINKS Bottle 3ge
the summer months at the 000 according to latest official : Dixie Cup--5 Oz.
Country Club. She spent the estimates. I Dixie CupDISPENSERsSX0
past winter here with her brdth. A breakdown of the 1962 fig REFILS N
er and sister in law, Mr. and ure by age groups shows 590 6ge of Ea. 390
Mrs. Syd Weksler. 000 Floridans under 5 years of,
0 & C
age, up .9 per cent during the]I Superfine German Style
ICE CREAM SOCIAL PLANNED 27 months. The 5 to 17 year old I POTATO ONION RINGS 303
RECREATION CENTER group numbered 1,277,000, up SALAD 303an Zge Can EfReynold's > 29c
There will be an "old fashion per cent; 18 to 44 year olds 12\\
ed" ice cream social at the Flag. taled 1,883,000, up 11 per Broilin' Tidy Home 30 Count

ler Beach Recreation Center,1: 'The mldlle-aged group, 45 to FOIL 14R 1 ll? Inch 4ge SANDWICH BAGS Pkg.
across from the Town park Sat 64 years, came to 1,081,000 and I i 10e
urday, June 29th, from 4 p. m. to gained 6 per cent and those
7 p. m.The 1 I aged 65 and over numbered 628 LAYS POTATO CHIPS
j "Dollar" team of the Flag- 000.. UD. 14-_ ner..-_ o_*_>nt n.._ I TWIN PAK BAG 59C
ler Woman's Club Dollar "The varying rates of growthof FREE 45 RPM RECORD-2 SIDES-IN
dent project is sponsoring DiVI-1 the age groups have brought EACH 59c BAG OF POTATO CHIPS
fair. about changes in the importance
Ice cream and cake will be" or weight, of each group Large Sweet ) 59c Large Fancy (165 Size)
served while old familiar tunes in relation to,the total popula-
will be playing. Cones will be(I tlon. The two groups growing w LEMONS 6 For 29e
vallable for the chlldrea less than the state average were ATERMELONS79c\
A small donation will be the under 5-year-olds and the Sweet Large Spanish
charged and the proceeds will 45 to 64 year group. Thus these Large (Size 36) Western Hamburger Size ,
go toward the Flagler Woman's groups are diminishing in Im
Club Mortgage. Captains of the portance.The CANTALOUPES 3 For 89c ONIONS Z Lb. Zge
"Dollars" are Mrs. V. W. Haines other three age groupsare
and Mrs. Paul Kelly and they profiting by this diminish Fancy Tender Crisp
invite the public to come out ing. This is especially true of Large Crispy
and mingle with friends. the :5 to 17 year olds and the CARROTS 2 Pkgs: 2Se CELERY Stalks
oldsters of 65 and over. Both Z 25c
Sp. 4 Beverly Haines spent of(these groups are now accounting
four days last week with her for a larger proportion'of the
parents Mr. and Mrs. V. W. state total than formerly." Lowest Prices Plus America's Most Popular TRADE
Haines. On June 14th Beverly
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had been in the Women's Army "Heavy Water, valued at . .. ........... ._
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enlistment. She is stationed at University of Florida by the I 50 EXTRA 50 ::50 EXTRA : 50 EXTRA
Ft Rucker, Alabama at present atomic Energy Commission fora FREES FREE SOS
reasearch program designedto & H GREEN STAMPS : & H GREEN STAMPS
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Recent overnight visitors of ultimately reduce electrical GREEN STAMPS
Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton power costs in Florida by one- With this coupon and : With this coupon With this
I were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark half Heavy water is a non- purchase of One Lysol : and purchase of One purchase coupon and
from West Palm Beach. Mr. and radioactive type of water in Spray Disinfectant, 99c : Broom or Mop ti of $5.00 or
Mrs. Clark were en route to their which hydrogen, one of its elemental I More Meat Order
former home in Middletown, components, is replacedby Void after 6-29-63 : Void after 6-29-63 I Void after
New York. a heavier element, deuterium. I 6-29-63



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!I Mr. and Mrs. W. Kintz and -
I son, Danny' returned to Chicago I
during the past weekend Mrs. I
I Kitnz came down when her late I
mother, :Mrs. Helen Lewandow OPEN
LOCALS ski, was stricken and has re !

mained here since the funeral ',
attending to bustotoc matters. ;
Mr. Klntz came down to accompany "
( her home. :
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HONORED HOUSEWARMINGAlice WITH A I Florida State University today Ii i I MONDAYr JULY l

announced the Deans' List for I II Earl Kiefer of Dania, Florida, i
Johnston Sr., Betty I I the second trimester, containing' I came up to be with the John I!
Moore and Jeanette' Bertha were ; the names of students with the i iI Kendall family during the funeral j I
hostesses at a coffee and house. j best academic record during the I last week. He is the nephew i' 9:00 A. M
warming honoring Rosely Cam trimester. :
I I I II of Mrs. Kendall and Miss Mae
eron who recently moved into Students on the Deans' List' Keifer. I'\
her home, north Moore street. I from Bunnell: James P. Cook '"

Guests included the following I and Samuella Whitaker. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Neely have
relatives and close neighbors: I I returned to their home here :
Mrs. Cameron's daughter, Freda Judge T. K. McKnight has re I I after k short vacation spent in Land"f.
Deen, Margaret Jane Deen, Am- turned to his home here after points in Tennessee and Ala-
orette Wells, Mary Ketus Hol a visit of two weeks in Cape II I bama.
land, Margaret Cook, Alice John Cod, Mass., visiting with his son '
ston Jr., Ria Johnston, 'Lucille and daughter 'in law, Lt and i I I Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner ofi Fashions.
Johnston, Madge Johnston, Mat :.: Mrs. Charles McKnight. i i Baxley, Ga., have visited here :
tie Pellicer, Kate Bankston, Let during the past week with their ,'.
ty Copeland, Naomi Pellicer Mrs. Raphael Sturman was j brother in law and sister, Mr. : : ,
Barbara Bertha, Phyllis Bertha, called to Punxsutawney, Pa. by, and Mrs. A. A. Wells. They were :..:",Y;:
Molly Bertha, Virginia Wyndam, the illness of her brother. She:I I accompanied here by their Building I 4..
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Myra Ellen Wadsworth, Opal I was met In Arlington, Va, by I grand daughter, Myra Cawthon .
Craig, Drue Page, Neva Elsen- her sister, Mrs. J. D. Gearhart: of Perry, Ga., who is also visit. sir
bach, Myrtice Moody, Mary JO'' who will accompany her !there.!I ing with the Wells and with ;"

Seale, Phyllis Barber, Carol I Cherry Wadsworth. t
Craig, all of Bunnell; Myra Conner The Korona Community Club! , ' '.,
of Baxley, Georgia, Nilda I will have a card and ,game paper Mr. and Mrs. T. Holden returned .. '
Gonzales of Cocoa, and Mar I I at St. Mary's Hall in Korona I home Wednesday of last : : :.;

garet Hunt of Hastings. Sunday afternoon at four o' week after a visit in Elizabeth. . "" .
I clock. The public is Invited. Refreshments I ton, Tenn. They were accompanied :., ,
CARD OF THANKSWe will be served. I home by their daughter, ", ,', ,'.... I
are sincerely grateful to Also the ,business meeting will Mrs. Julian Caudill and young ; \' '. \
friends and neighbors for their II be held July 7 at 2 p; m. at St.Mary's daughter, Carolyn.Mrs. .' '
many kind acts of sympathy Hall .. .' ,:I
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and Mrs. ,;..1,
during our recent sad bereave. I Hubert Pellicer .
ment. Your thoughtfulness has I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells and H. C. Miller of Daytona Beach \ .: \'
meant much to us and it shall I their house geusts, Mr. and Mrs. were visiting here with friendsa I
always be remembered. I N. A. Conner, visited In Palatka short time Friday.
J. S. Bray and family Sunday with relatives. I ( Continued on page 10)
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Sealed bid are UNNECESSARYTo :
I IN CHANCERY NO. 481f1 frame house and '
sales of six room
JUNIOR COLLEGE NORAH as Lot* No. B & ', all persons having any claimsor
LPOR7S I GEARIOHTYPlaintiff.. 1vBlock, 66 Town of Bunnjll and demands against the estate of

Daytona Beach Junior College v. located at the corner of Palm and ,: WALTER R KELLER, deceased:
JOHN K. OEAniOHTY Anderson Streets In Bunntll. bid.belnlll' YOU and each of you are hereby
will receive a Federal grant Under Defendant received up to T:30 F. M., notified that an order declaring

the George Borden Act NOTICE TO DEFEND: Wednesday July S. 1963 at the' administration KELLER deceased
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO; First Churcji. Bunnell. Flor- WALTER B, ,
I Baptist
which will exceed $12,800. The (Continued from Pace 2) JOHN K. OEARIGHTY.I Ida. Seller reserves the right l of: as unnecessary' has been entered
whose place of residence and until new parsonage is | by the Honorable T K. McKnlght.Yretc .
grant In aid will be used !ito pur- I I complete the County Judge's: Court
post office address are unknownYou such time not to
Ten Hitters totalcash
chase Instructional equipment Ponytail Top are hereby notified that a six: month. t Florida. The
suit has been filed against you In T H W WADSWORTH Clerk value of said estate wa determined
AbHayg I the above entitled cause; and you First Baptist Church. I to be $4.747.18. and was
file answer assigned by such order to:
are hereby required to June 13-Z0.27-Stc ,
P. Hugas 24 18 750S. with the Clerk of r.our Mae Allen 1227 Meridian Street,

CLASSIFIEDADS Bradley 21 14 666 and to serve a copy thereof upon IN THE CIRCUIT COt'RT' OF THE i) Anderson Indiana.
I the plaintiff or plaintiff. attorney NEVENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF France Mathews 1227 Meridian
N. Rodgers 10 6 600 whose name and address Is: FLORIDA, IV AND FOR |I Street Anderson Indiana.
. RAY 8ELDEN FI.AGi.ER COUNTY. i First pb1MAtIEonA: June 13 1963
B. Cummins 21 12 571J. I
i Selden Building CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH,
Dunson 25. 13 520S. Daytona Beach, Floridanot FLORIDA, 1227 Meridian St.
I later than July 29 A. D. 19<3. Petitioner !' S/ Frances Mathews
Hardin 18 9 500 I 1227 Meridian St.. Apt No. 5
....tI... ..*... kU ....1811' ors If you fall to do so, decree pro vs. Anderson, Ind.
S ".t. *er word eaek tmmtrttom I V. Moore 14 7 500 I confesso will be entered against TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA, et al., j I June 18-20-27 & July 4-4tc
demanded in the Respondents.
n oats (. minimum efcarge.FOR for the relief
M. McNab 25 12 480 bill of complaint. The nature of ORDER TO SHOW C |
j SALE Girls Shoeskat skates L. McNab 19 9 473 said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce and seal of TO AND THE SEVERAL PHOI'ER.j COUNTY,4683MARIE FLORIDAIN

In good condition, Chicago G. McGriff 16 7 437 said Court this 26th day of JuneA. TY OWNERS, OTHERS HAVING CHANCERY R. NO.
D. un.Omclal CITIZENS AND GRAHAMPlaintiff
wheels, price $10. Call 4392485. ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE OH CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. i,
June 27.2tpBUSINESS Clerk of said Circuit Court TITLE
for the mechanical equipment By Julia U. Harvey' 1 1Deputy TO BE AFFECTED BY.!, JOHN D. GRAHAMDefendant..

OPPORTUNITIES laboratory President R. F. Ber- June 27 & July 4-11-18-Hc Clerk i O FEFIL.AGLEREBEACH. EFLOR I NOTICE TO DEFEND

Profitable dealership available REQUEST!! FOR BIDS I Ion
I Equipment to be added to the Sealed bids will be received In I I'ARTICULAHLY TO BE AFFECTED DE8CRlDEIJ IN ANY'I post whose office place address of residence are unknown and

I mechanical Includes the office of the City Clerk of theCity THEREBY 1
established leading WAY :
representing program of Bunnell, Florida, I In the : I You are hereby notified that a
/ lathes, milling machines, various Civic Center Building, on or before 1 The State of Florida, through suit has been filed against you In
of the Seventh I the above entitled cause) and you
Florida Aluminum Products 12:00: o'clock noon on the 16th day the State Attorney
hand tools, power tool ac of July A. D.. 1963. for 436 ft. 72" h. Judicial Circuit of said State and I are hereby required to file your answer
t'' chain link fence Installed Including the several! property owners taxpayers with the Clerk of this Court,
Manufacturer Prefabricated cessories dies, gauges, tool cabinets -I one 12 ft. drive-in gate and one I', citizens and others having| and to serve a copy thereof upon

an arbor press, heat treat! I walk-In gate 9 gauge fabric post I I or claiming any right, title or interest t the plaintiff or plaintiff' attorney,
10 ft. apart all in property to be affected ;: whose name and adress Is:
units for the Building Trade and ing oven dual handsaw and a. spaced posts to be set over In concrete top rail I by the I Issuance by the City ofFlagler CHARLES J. LUKE II
I( I
surface grinder. 1-B/J" O.D., line post 2" 0.1., End Beach Florida, of the I 260 N. lildgewood Avenue
Home Improvement Fields. Write,I IP. I 1 1I post Z..." O. D., corner post 2WTO. I 1 $650,000 Water Bonds hereinafter1more Daytona Beach Floridanot
D., walk gate post 2.%" 0.1., particularly ea bethe to later flnu'lo' 22, A. D. ::6ro
drive grate posts 2V O. D. gate 1. be affected in any ,, If you so. r
O. Box 15175, Tampa Florida]I frames 1-6/8" O. n. I are required to appear before the confesso will be entered against

1! Second The City Commissioners I Florida, In rthetSeventh Judicial till for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of
for details.
;' the right to reject! any r..E'rv..1 Circuit of said State at the Court said suit being for divorce.
Anniversary Party bids and to accept the bid I. House In Bunnell Florida, on the WITNESS my hand and' seal of
FOR SALE=iO cu. ft. Cold Spot Its judgment will\ be for : 3rd day of July 1963. at 9:45: o' said Court this 17th day of JuneA.
Interest of the City of Bunnell, I clock A. M.. and show cause why I D. 1963.Official .
Refrigerator good condition, $25. SUNDAY 3 P. M. Till Florida. the prayers of the petition tiled ( Seal

Call 4392100. 6-27-ltp Music Friday 9 Till WITNESS my hand.and official In the above proceedings should E. YTIIE
p. m. seal this 24th of June A. D. I Water
day not be granted, and the Clerk of said Circuit Court
Bonds therein described By Julia It. Harvey
FOR SALE-Kelvinator' Refrigerator LETTER OF MARQUE 1963.S/ Howell V. I'eavy, Mayor : proceedings heretofore had autho- Deputy Clerk
; City of Bunnell, Florida rising. the IlIuance.ther.ept validated June 20-27 & July 4.1I-4tc
used 2 months. Priced I
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COCKTAIL LOUNGE ATTEST: ana confirmed, saia taster
for quick sale. 1 mile on Moody I I I & /Sf Nancy C Rodgers, City Clerk Bonds being dated April 1, 1963, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLKR
RESTAURANT June 27-July 4-ate bearing Interest at a rate not exceeding : COUNTY. FLORIDA
r Blvd. See Mrs. Myjack. ', I ---- six per centum per annum IN< CHANCERY; NO. 46H2ARGYLL :
June 5 Miles So. of Marineland IN Tim nurtiiT COURT OFFLAULKIl payable seml-annually on MER1CA SMITH: JR.
27-ltp I! COI'NTY' FLOItlllA April 1 and October 1 of each year. I Plaintiff
Formerly Dinty Moore'sHASTINGS IN CHANCERY NO.\464 aggregating the principal sum of, vs.

I FOR RENT-2 bedroom home I \, PAUL BENTON, tPlaintiff I $650.000 being In ands denominationof I LOUISE G. SMITHDefendant
$1,000 each' maturing serially
2 baths large living room, -- VII. in annual installment' In I! NOTICE TO DEFEND

dining room kitchen and breezy I LUCILLE DELORES BENTON the years 1966 to 1993 inclusive i THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
Defendant. I' a more complete description Ot LOUISE G. SMITH
porch in Hillcrest section, Flag. MATTRESS NOTICE TO DEFEND said Water Bonds being containedIn I I 660 Courtney Street, N. E.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO the herein. ,
i : petition Atlanta, Georgia I
lear Beach. Phone liE 92247. & UPHO'_STRY WORKS LUCILLE DELORES BENTON i DONE AND ORDERED at De- You are hereby notified that a
It Naveslnk I Avenue Land. Florida, this 6th day of
------- suit has been filed against you in
FOR SALE 710.12 Lemon St. Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey June 1963. I the above entitled cause, and you
1 You are hereby notified that a Js/ HOWELL. MELTON are hereby required answer
I Palatka Florida I suit has been filed against you In Judge of the Circuit Court with the ktoorlhr.o' ,
Used building materials In excellent Phone EA 59166Furniture 1\\ the above entitled cause; and you of the Seventh Judicial Circuit and to serve a copy thereof upon
are hereby required ktoorlihr.o'answer of Florida In and forFlagler the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,
condition. All cash and ,
with the t, County.
Upholstering whose name and address IB:
carry. Standard 2-sash windows,I Repaired & Refinished and to serve a copy thereof upon ((COURT SEAL) i' NICHOLAS A. CAPUTO
the plaintiff or plaintiff's' attorney, I ATTEST: \ ., 150 Rldgewood Avenue
complete with frames weights, I Hundreds of Patterns to whose name an* address Is: E*rA SMYTHE, .Clerk 1* > \ L + Holly Hill Florida
Choose from. Ray Selden fifrcult Court Flagler bop!'. later than July 22, A.D. 1963.
screens all sizes $6.00 all dimension
; Florida
Mattresses & Box Springs Selden Building: i I County It you tall to do so, decree pro
lumber 2x4 and up, Daytona Beach, Floridanot June 13-Z0.Z1-3tc confesso' will be entered againstyou
Mad-) to Order, Also Renovated later than July 8. A. D. 1963.
for the relief demanded' In the
I t $75.00 per M; flooring, 1 PRICES REASONABLE If you fall Itte do so, decree proconfesso II I Tr:: c : T COOOT, SEV- bill of .complaint. The nature of

long doors 'lnch'l 3UDCET PLAN IF NEEDED. will I entered against, ICVril JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA. said suit being for divorce.
; you for the relief demanded> In the 1 IN AND FOR FLAG. WITNESS my hand and seal' of
without frames complete Just as near as your i bill of complaint The nature of i I LF.lt COUNTY. IN CIIACKRYNO. said Court this 17th day of JuneA.
I Phone or Post ,Office i I said suit being for divorce 4675.YVONNE D. 1963.Official .
hardware, good locks and hinges, I WITNESS my hand and seal of I, L CACHE1, I II ( Seal)
Us A Card Call
I Drop or said Court this 3rd of June i Plaintiff, '
\ $3.00 up; all kinds electric fixtures I 1 I E. A SMYTHE
A. D. 1963.Official -vs-
Free & Clerk of laid
Pickup Delivery I Circuit Court
I ; 2 sets only double sliding i i ( Seal) I MAURICE L. CACHE Defendant.NOTlCF. ., By Julia R. Harvey

Deputy Clerk
doors. All heart leaf I I
long yellow Clerk of said Circuit Court OF 91111'IN J June 20.27 & July 4.11-4tc

pine. M. D. Finch, 25 Anderson! IX THE; COI'NTY JIHIGE"! COURT., By Julia R. I I OF FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATE :'
St., St. Augustine Phone I TO: MAURICE L. CACHE', whose FLAGLKR .
VAlley, FLORIDA IN I'HOIIATI'J I INOTICE I June - 0.n-4tc I II residence and office : COUNTY FLORIDA
TO CREDITOR* i I f post i IV CHANCERY NO. 4677
95193. June 20-27 '
-2tp I'I | mailing address is unknown JOSEF
WALTER BANKOWSKI. I ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT lEV-I' You are hereby notified' that a I Plaintiff
A WATKINS ROUTE In this area Deceased.' I FLORIDA IV AND FOR "' I suit In equity' has been brought KLARA MAItOTHY
Is open for semi-retired To all creditor and all persons I.Kit COUNTY IN !: against you by YVONNE L. .
<': man, or having claims or demand. against M). 467S: CACHE'. In the Circuit Court. Seventh DetE'ndant
t.lady.. Many semi-retired people I aid I estate.You : I I ELLIS 1'LUMMER Judicial Circuit In and for, THE CLARA STATE OF Pu RIDA, TO:
and each of are hereby' Plaintiff, I MAROTHY.
you II III Flagler County. Florida, and you I Whose
, earn $50.00 to $100.00 place of residence and
per week I notified 1 and required to present vs.TEMPIFI are hereby summoned, ordered,
.e depending on time devoted to any claims and demands which you, : PLUMMER.Defendant. and required to file your written I II Youeare address' are unknown
hereby notified
I or either' of you, may have againstthe I answer or defense to the com suit has that a
Route. Also have 1 BANKOW- NOTICE I been filed against you In
full time estate of WALTER I plaint filed herein against you In the above
Route SKI deceased, FlaglerCounty IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF the above entitled cause In the entitled cause; and you
open. Maybe you can Florida, tol:1JgJ.. T. K. Mc- FLORIDA: I office of the Clerk of the Circuit are hereby required ktoorlhr ': ana
qualify. For personal Interviewin Knight Judge of Flagler County, I TO: Temple IMummer' whose residence Court In and for Flagler County a drtolserveea copy t ereoftupon
at his olllt In the County Court- I* unknown. I I .-lurlda, at his office In the Court the
your area write J. H Mefiarlty house In Bunnell Flagler County You are hereby required to file lhouse I In Bunnell, Florida, or whose plaintiff name or plaintiffs attorney,
Box 627 Florida, within six: months from written' defenses on or before before the 12th day of 1on.. D.. SAMUEL ana address Is:
Wllllston, FlorIda the date of the first publication Jour II 1963. and to V. HOLCH
23. 1983 to the Bill of complaint serve a copy of such i, 110 N 3rd
6133tcFOR hereof. All claim and demands not filed herein against you and answer or defenses upon French Palatka. Floridanot Street
presented' within the time and In to serve a copy of the same on C. Davis Plaintiffs Attorney here later
the manner prescribed' herein shall Fred R. Brannon. Jr. Box 805, New in, whose address Is 650 Seabreeze' It than July 15. A.D. 1963.
RENT-furnished., be barred law. I Boulevard you ta.1to\ do so, decree pro
cottage as provided by Smyrna Beach Florida. The natureof Daytona Beach. Florida. confesso will
I Dated June 21st. A. D. 1963. this suit la a suit for divorce. on or before said date as required be entered' against
1 bedroom, 10.00 per month. First publication: June 27 1963.S "The: Flagler Tribune" Is hereby I by the laws of Florida and the bill tor of the relief demanded in thee

Phone ID 7-3304. 5.9-tf / / Jadwlga: Bankowskl I designated' as the newspaper In 1J64 Florida Rules of Civil Fro.cedure a''! suit complaint being The nature of
As Administratrix of the Estate which this Notice shall be publish : if you fall to do so. a Deere ? for divorce
}'. of Walter Bankowskl, ed once a week' for four consecutive , Pro Confesso will be entered' I saidlCourtsthis hand and ofeJune
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex deceased weeks.' against you for the relief demanded I A. D. 19OJ, llth day
apartment 'screen porch. TO THK EXECUTOR OR ADMIN 1 WITNESS my hand and seal this Iny the complaint (Court Seal)
: ISTRATRIXThe I 6th day of June A. D. 1963. nature sot said eau notified that the E. A. PMYTHE
Phone ID 7-3301.( 4-4-tf above notice must be published (Official Seal) Is a suit for Clerk ot
In a published In. Divorce from the said CIrcuIt Court
newspaper E. A. MYTHS I' marriage exist-
FIerIer County once a week for Clerk Circuit Court Ing between' yourself and the Julia R, Harvey
FOR RENT- Furnished Apart. I four ((4) publications, and the proof I II :Flagler County, Florida I Plaintiff June 13.20.27 Deputy Clerk
ment $40.00 month. Call of such publication (which will\ befurnisheyou : June 13-20-27 A July 4-4tc The name of the Court In which & July 4-4to
. per I by the paper) filed this suit has been Instituted U I IN
Harris Appliance ID 73367. In this once I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF I'I'I Circuit Court' Seventh Judicial I "' .T.IE.CInCIIIT. COURT OF
I JT, K. McKNIQHT. County Judge FLAC.LKR COUNTY, FLORIDA Circuit. Flagler County Florida, IN COUNTY 1OItIlJA
1 March 14-tf 27 & Julv 4.11.1ft_ __ __-4_trcthr n> IN CHANCERY NO. 46T and the abbreviated title of this I EDITH CHANCERY MAE NO 4618

;.. SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at -i Plaintiff order It I and* not I ce shaft rege published I ROBERT 'VII. Plaintiff

\ reasonable prices. Call George tflaglrr drthunrni'NNELL. ( JAY LEONARD WIGGINS, once a week for four (4) coniecu- BARRY FERGUSON.
Defendant. tlve weeks In The Defendant
Jarosz ID 73410. NOTICE TO DEFEND I a newspaper published in Tribune Bunntll I I THE STATE NOTICE TO DEFEND

1.24--7.25 FLORIDA THE STATE OF FIXJRIDA. TO: Flagler County, Florida, and haying .' .I RODERT BARRY TO'Stellen
1 p. ,.... JAY LEONARD WIGGINS a general circulation In 322 FERGUSON
Warner Bobbins GeorgiaYou ler County. Florida. Fla".1 I Avenue
WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus- are hereby notified that a WITNESS my hand as YouRlare wood. New Jersey
MRS. rtf,B. jp. n"n <> that 8-
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & the above entitled cause: and you Florida, and the seal of the the above tiled against you In
Gas. ID 7-3367 Bunnell, Florida. are hereby required to file your answer said Court at Bunnell, Mauler are entitled cause: and you
Designated OfflrUI hbllf'atlo. with the Clerk of this Court County Florida the 7th day I withtheuClerk rlhr.Oo
Aug 30-tfc \ and to serve a copy thereof upon of June, A. D.. ,6T and to : .
for Public NMleea .( FUcler the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, (Court Seal) the serve' a copy thereof upon
hens whose name and address Is: 1 EMIL A. SMYTHE whose plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
County Municipalities
& CLAYTON Clerk nAme and adddres I.:
CLAYTON I of the Circuit Court
JOHNSTON'S and the State of Florida 209 Conrad Building Fla..ler Count. FlorIda 110 SAMUEL V. HOLCH
I N 3rd
DeLand. Florida I By Julia n. Harvey Street
:rLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.II not later D. 19(3. I Deputy Clerk than
rlnU'lo lo.A.d: not later
Entered as second class matter If you r pro I FRENCH C. DAVIS I } July 15. Ac.Per 1943,
1/VTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT confesso will be entered against I Attornf't for Plaintiff I conteeeeo' willt
February at the postofflce you for the relief demanded in the Boulevard I II beenteredcagainst
J WATER FRONF, FARMS bill of complaint. The nature of I Daytona Reach FloridaI I II bill ofr com relief demandedture the

I ACREAGE I I at Bunnell 1S7I.'t under act ofMarch said suit being for divorce. I June 13-20-27 & July 4-4to I said suit being n for, ot
WITNESS my hand and seal of divorce.
I See UII for your real estate needs j 3, said Court this 11th day of JuneA. IN TUB COUNTY JUIM5KS COURT 1 said WITNESS 1 my hand and seal of

Office> Phone liE | n. 1963.Official IN AND FOR FLAGLKR COUW."1 A. D. Court 1913. this 11th day of June
( Seal) E.0... SMYTHB TY. FIARIU.IX '
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I On year .__.___'1.10 Clerk of said Circuit Court CA.R NO. 638. I'RODATB. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
By Julia R. Harvey, IN RE: Estate of I Clerk of .said CircuIt
or ID 7-3517 I Six months ._...__11.35 I Clerk WALTER R KELLER. By Julia n. Harvey Court

...... June 13-80-27 A July 4-4tc Deceased June 13-20-27 & July 4-t erk



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( Ref Bottle 49 (And This Coupon) ,
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- at the University of Florida I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. :' staff, and everyone else, I am !Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

j recently. During thetime he I Yelvington of Miami I'I deeply grateful. Your kindness, I II
$240 A Tear In
tJ : was at the University he was ed here this week and has meant so much to me.

II with WUFT channel 5 television.In I side on East Moody .I Flossie Richardson. I II i
at the of ...... -' ..... _
7) August he and his wife, the corner Fig I I Ii"'i -r- yy-
(Continued from Page I
I former Glgl Greathouse of Orlando : will soon open a new CARD OF THANKS 1 1I j PETERSON TEXACO I
Mrs. Kay Hornsby and two will go to Fairbanks,I I store, Land 'n Sea I II I
I I We would like to SERVICE
children have returned to their I where he will be In charge of I the Citizens Bank i express toj I
I i our kind friends and thoughtful i ROAD SERVICE
home In Martinsville, Virginia I the FM radio station and also Yelvin;tons are both I
after a visit here with her par teach at !the University of Alas. I II idents of Bunnell.Mr. : neighbors our heartfelt thanks'for Light, Mechanical Work '
I i their many expressions of, Phone 437.3441 Bunnell
L. L. Harris. i I
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I
ka.He sympathy and deeds of kindness _
Is the son of Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Andrew i td.-
n II that came to us during our re-1
t Mi's.' Duane and daughters Burnsed of Cocoa. ski had as their house I
',1 Elaine and Suellen, have I I recently their son and I' cent bereavement. These have;I ii 1 i TV SERVICEALL
1 I i meant much to us. For (the beau.
r returned home after a visit with Billy Deen Is In Miami this I II ly, Mr. and Mrs. nursing'I I tiful service, prayers, floral of. j i|
1 ;?' Mrs. Deen's mother and brother week attending the National )I lewskl, and children of i ferings, gifts to the Memorial MAKES

I In Starkeville, Miss. I meeting of American Society of I, apolis, Indiana. While I I Fund. and other kindnesses, we Agent For
Agricultural Engineers. Billy visited in St. Augustine, :
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dompe Sr., was chosen from the Agricultural I and other points of 'I II i are deeply The grateful.family of I RCA & PH1LCO
and daughter Diane, of Crescent Engineer Department at I I I
John Kendall.
City and Flagler Beach, and Mr. the University in Gainesville to CARD OF THANKS ', TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
and Mrs. Al Dompe Jr., of represent his Department. He Is I II j I i I AND INSTALLED
The kindness of
Gainesville left New York last to give the welcome address to TUBES TESTED FREE
I' friends during illness SEA TURTLES DO NOT WEEP i
London. my
Wednesday/ fly to the student branch. Billy Is the I I
They plan to spend the next" son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen hospital and also The sea turtle, contrary to1
two months touring Europe. of Bunnell. I convalesence at the popular notion, does not weep I'I'I TV Bob
F{, They will be Joined In France and Mrs. Lawrence I while laying eggs during brief!
by their son, Lt. and Mrs. John I i always be a precious I i I visits to land. The copious tears I FLAGLER BEACH
Dompe and daughter who are Mr. and Mrs. Nils Arthur Fink- For the many flowers, I: are a normal, salt-secreting ,II PHONE HE 9.2204

stationed In Frankfort, GermanY'j I I elson and sons, Peter and Bobbyof I cards, kindness. of the I function. I I ._ .
Mrs. Dompe Jr., Is Staten Island, N. Y., recently --- -- -- --- -------- ----- - --

Sally Johnson, daughter of Mr.I i spent two weeks visiting with
and Mrs. Phil Johnson of Bun- [ Mrs. Flnkelson's mother and I

nell. During the time their par step father, Mr. and Mrs. I. Kor- ,
ents are away !their two young chak. :
'i --
+ sons; Al and Phil, will visit herewith i : -

their grandparents. t i-T- - r--r
Mrs. H, T. Cook has returned i) -
Charles Northrlp, former resIdent I to her home here from the J.
of Flagler Beach and a Hlllls Miller Hospital In Gainesville /:.. __

graduate of the Bunnell High I j where she underwent a
School received his degree medical checkup and treatment.
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The magician who knows what Is happening on the local -

his business can convince scene

thousands of watching peaThe products and services
pie that the hand is Indeed offered by local merchants

quicker than the eye. are outstanding. Yet some
But in reality, the magi. folks, who have been distracted waseaew'raa3 o ,a9 r ra..,, M w-w .' i r
1 L cian's stock in trade is dis somewhere along the

traction. He captures your line, still feel they must look I

attention with one hand while elsewhere for what they

i.... setting the stage for a big need.

;. surprise with the other hand. Look first In local stores. I

All this just reminds us that They offer quality merchandise -
r :.; '- ,)' there are a few folks In the and service. No tricks,

1/: II' community who haven't realno gimmicks-{ust top value light out

l;' :';' :. : -ly been keeping their eyes on for every dollar you spend.
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The lire Insurance policies we write still give the same
Chevy II Wagons
engine either. It just hums
protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
The heft of a suitcase. The
benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very along passing up gas pumps
I coverage rustleofaroadmap.There's (there also a choice of an
little extra costRemember something about one of C t yipi.Ep even thriftier' 4 in most
these spruce, surprisingly models) like it didn't have
H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
spacious wagons that can a care in the world. Fact
1 take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 turneventheroutineprepa- 1 is, it has far fewer cares
or stop in soon for full details. rations ;ovto a happy part of than most engines-being
your trip. ;,'_ built with the special knack
COOK AGENCYPhone Take that old
H. T. bugaboo Chevrolet engineers have
437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo. of packing, for instance. for dependability and ease
No bother. With the ktod
: of maintenance.
of room you get in that Like a car with ginger-
-- easy-loading cargo corn- without a lot of needless
you can just about toss things gingerbread? Your dealer's got a full line
FUNERAL HOME in any old whichway and come out with of Chevy II's to pick from. Why not drop
CRAIG space to spare. The load won't dampen down and check now while the trading
the spirits of the spunky 6-cylinder and the traveling are especially good?
I' A. II. CRAIG. Funeral Dhvctoi


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