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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 4, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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INDEPENDENCE DAY Billy Deen l.Netvj and CommentBy I Commissioners

( Eula Fuller) I
w Heads National I I Hold Routine : '

L, The Fourth of July always

I A. E. Students means fireworks, surf and sun, Meet Monday,

I bathing, dancing, fishing, and I
Billy Deen was elected National lots of other fun. Flagler Beach At the Board of County Com

I President of Agricultural will provide this with the fire I missioners meeting Monday, an
Engineering Students at the works display beginning at 8 submitting
w't r41Y extension of 30 days on
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convention held in Miami during
o'clock in the evening, as the the assessment roll was requested

the past week. Billy is the climax of the day's fun. The I' by D. D. Moody, tax as
soon of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. will I.
summer recreation program sessor. It was granted.
Deen of Bunnell and is a student
also provide a Teen Dance at
I at the University of Flor Michael Murray came before
d, ida in Gainesville. the Recreation Center following I I the board and discussed various
the fireworks.
As president of the National phases of development that

Council of Student Branches of xxx x x I I be believes could be made in
is with
1 Bunnell growing a
the American Society of this county. He asked the commission
Agrl'l new business opening its doors
cultural Engineers he I I to cooperate with the
t. to the public the past two Mon.
In
ordinate student activities for I City of Flagler Beach pro.

the student branches located In day mornings. I I moting development. j
d dI The Beauty Hut, a two-opera
He said he attended
recently
each state; will preside over ;
I tor beauty shop opened on June I an area development group of j
the National Convention In Chi.
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'I 23 In the Rice Building 108 So.
I cago next winter and in Fart five counties and he said of
St Roselle Britt and Virginia
' I Bay which Flagler should be a part.
? Collins Colorado next summer.
; I This theDean's Kawala are the owners of After discussion Commissioner
year Billy was on
: the new business. Clegg was authorized to Investigate .
list and served as president
: n The past Monday June 27 the such possibility.
M of the Florida Student .
new apparel shop, Land 'n Sea
Iq i l I Branch of Agricultural Engineers Dale B. Brown tax collector
Fashions its doors for
I
opened
submitted his list of errors and
_.__ i and as secretary of the I business.
n me
Benton Engineering Council I insolvencies to tne Doara.
Yelvingtonlboth
which is the of Andy and Dot list was accepted and signed.
legislative body
Zip Numbers For Cattlemen Plan I the College of Engineers. former residents of Flagler. I George Moody, Jr., spokesmanfor
County are the owners and operators
Billy is presently on the student I the airport advisory commit.
BunnellBeachPost Hamburger FryRob t tf government legislative of the new business. tee reported to the board that
Both businesses
new report
council, where he is chairmanof the recently rebuilt hangar is

OfficesBunnell Deen president of the the judiciary committee response received from residentsof I about complete and requested I

Flagler County Cattlemen's As. the county was very en that doors and windows be put (
Beach .
and Flagler
sociatlon announced that the couraging. In the hangar and other minor

Post offices have been assigned i Association will have a Hamburger Clarence DuncanOf xxxx X Improvements be made. He also :
their "Zip Code" numbers In the IDTCIS Ratio of Value
Fry on, Tuesday, July 9, reported that the committee recommends .
Post Office Department's new Beach The creation of the world Is
.
beginning at 7 P. M. at his resldenee. Flagler that the contractornow
system of mall dispatch told In Genesis in 400 words
speedup
trees to
All members of the Association cutting adjacent !
and delivery. and their families are'i Dies In Hospital I The Ten Commandments have end of runways be allowed to
Code number 32010 has 292 words and the Declaration
Zip
l invited to attend the affair. cut as much as he will. '
i j' been assigned tothe Bunnell office 1 of Independence: has'4321 :But: I
byth. board
of Ft; Pierce,, Clarence W. Duncan of Flag 'Jfc was agreed
Postmaster*."- ."Ray" r-Mercer' ,, said-'...: ehalinsait"of.-the Florida' Beef ref Beatti passed Away Wednesday a- GJvemmMt-r"pamphJet.' amTKhe 'c mm1tteis that ldTpef "" ;)
1. today will be quired 2,500 words /*o announce month rent will be cha'rgedrorstoring '. +
Council present and also night June 26, at the Hall
Code number 32036 will reduction in the of cabbage :1'
Zip I a price .
In the
Art Higbie, executive secretaryof fax Hospital In Daytona Beach private planes
be the Flagler Beach number, I seed The Arkansas States. )
board
Rufus the Florida Cattlemen's Association following a brief illness. Mr. hangar. The requested
according to Postmaster will attend. Duncan had been serving as man. Moody to find out cost of doors

Miller. building Inspector of Flagler X X X X and windows for the hangar.
The postmasters stressed the A tip of the Editorial Hat goes .
Beach for the few months. The board agreed to and signed
importance of all citizens learning Maurice Price I past this week tothe Board of County "cross-section" plans submitted .
He 65 of
their zip code and using It was years age. Commissioners and members of
by the State Road Depat.
lie was a native of Pinewood, I
in their return address on all their Aviation Advisory Com
ment on old Dixie Highway
Funeral Held Tenn. lie had resided In Flag
correspondence. In answering mittee. The new hangar has
line (to
ler Beach for the past 11 years, from Korona /to county
mail zip codes should be taken 'In PiersonMaurice coming there from Daytona been completed and Is now In be resurfaced), and for the proposed ,
from return addresses on Incom use. Hangar space is being
of
construction
Kings i
Beach where he had resided for
ing mall. It should follow the rented and the being de.
money
M. Price of Detroit Road.
two He was a retired in. I
years. 1 I
city and state addresses. Michigan, brother of Mrs. Eunice terror decorator, and a veteranof rived from (these Improvements Agreed to advertise for bids 1
With zip code a clerk needs is being turned over to the Com.
Taylor of St Augustine passed World War 1. A member of for three one ton air conditioning
to glance at the code to I missioners for the fund.
only airport
away June 27 following a short the Masons V. '. W., and the units for three offices: on ::1
know Immediately to what national illness.Mr. I Christian Church.( Money received from an Insurance the second floor of the court. :x
area state and post office I when the administration .
Price was a former resident He Is survived by his wife, company house.

the letter is destined, and to of Pierson but had residedIn I Lois, of Flagler Beach; a daughter building burned Received and accepted a bid ," I
speed It on Its way. Zip code several months ago, was used to
Detroit for a number of years. Mrs. R. A. Casteman, Jr.,'. from M. B. McDaniel for $5 per
of
will not affect local delivery He was 59 years of age. Nashville Tenn. three sons,' improve and complete the hang. thousand for old brick taken up r
will !I ;
mall in either: city but He is survived by his wife, Thomas of Flagler Beach; JoeF. ar. from the Bunnell-Espanola road.

speed up delivery when the let. Mrs. Annie Price of Detroit; of Nashville and C. Russellof Plans for the airport could well This, the board agreed established

ter passes through area centers three daughters, Lois, Kay and San Diego, Calif.; five sisters, develop into something that the/ price per thousand

such as Jacksonville Atlanta, Beverly, all of Detroit; one sister Miss Minnie Duncan, Clndnattl, would mean a lot (to the economy for the brick "where is, as is.. f

and others. Mrs. Eunice Taylor of St. Ohio Mrs. T. L. Sanford, Sr., of both Bunnell and Flag. Authorized a letter to the State
When zip code is in full swing, Augustine. ; ler Beach. One member of the Road Department asking that a
Nashville Mrs. Pearl Hender-
the United States will have the Graveside ; advisory committee said several 'be the
funeral service was shot, Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. center line painted on
"most modern system of mail held at the Methodist CemeteryIn Nashville; Mrs. spaces have already been rentedto road between Blminl and Es :,

distribution and delivery in existence Seville at 2 o'clock Monday Fred Bowling of Atlanta; people who have come In and panola. Also authorized L. M. \
Charles Whlttlngton ,
," It was stated. afternoon... Ga. Also surviving are 17 grand patronized the stores, motels and Whitaker to >1>!u. > a 3-foot rotary !

children., restaurants. The plans for the I mower for county, use. :t tRacer

future of the airport have been .
TEENAGE DANCEAT
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Funeral service was held Saturday : \
Tax CollectionOn FLAGLER morning at 10 o'clock at heartily approved by' Federal
Agency members.
Aviation
the Craig Chapel with Rev. At.
Funds To
BEACH TONIGHTThe .
The future plans, I understand
1962 Roll lee Stevens of the First Baptist
Flagler Beach School Sum. Church of Flakier Beach officiat will provide space fop In.

Adds to 99.992 mer Program will hold a special ing. The body was forwarded to dustrial uses around the airport Flagler CountYUp
when It Is needed. .
dance at the Flagler Beach :
I Phillips.Robinson in Nashville.
Nearly 100 per cent of taxes Recreation Center on July Fourth Graveside services were conduct. To $206,800State

for 1962 have been collected."In from 8:30 to 12 P.M., Director ed Monday morning at 11 o'

fact" said Dale B. Brown, William Fennell said today.Mr. clock In the National Cemetery. YOUTH COUNCIL Comptroller Ray E. I

tax collector "this does not include . Fennell said the dance ACTIVITY PLANSThe Green said today checks for :

the $19,552-65 owed by will begin directly after the fireworks OFFICES CLOSEDThe $7,800 are being mailed to each t

the Florida East Coast Railway." program sponsored by orchestra "Dualtones" of Florida's 67 counties. It is

The actual percentage (without the City of Flagler Beach. following offices in. the from St Augustine will furnish the final payment from the race

the railway's taxes comes Flagler County Court House will music on Saturday night, July track tax fund for the fiscal

out 99.90 per cent. The collections DR. REYNOLDS TO be officially closed July 4th and 6, for the Youth Council at the period.

Include real personal and ATTEND DENTAL 5th, Clerk of the Circuit Court Bunnell Civic Center.

Intangible taxes. SHORT COURSE E. A. Smythe said today. There will be a TwUt Con. The comptroller said the pay

This is far different from the Dr. F. A. Reynolds leaves this The Clerk's office County test,". members of the commit. ment brings the total received

days prior to 1941 when the weekend to attend two special Judge Tax Collector, Tax: Assessor tee said. during the fiscal year (through '

legislature passed a law makingtax courses In dentistry for children Agricultural Agent and the The night of July 13 has been June 30) by each county from .\

deeds wholly valid. Up to at the University of North Carolina Civil Defense and Service Officer. designated as "Bermuda Shorts" the race tack tax fund to $206- .'

then many millions of acres of School Dentistry. Chapel Most stores and offices of the. night 800. the highest In the history

lands went for years without lUlL Ills office will be closed I town will be closed Thursday for On August 17 there will bea of the tax. Each county last

any tax being paid on them. from July 8 to 20. the Fourth. "Hawaiian Night"-dance. year received 201000.


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July 4, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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TobaccoOneOf j I Floridians Income I!


Florida's Ranks Below The SHELTON'S GROCERY


Oldest .Crops National AverageThe

Ponce de Leon and Hernandode annual income of the "Your Friendly Co-op Store"

Soto found tobacco growing "typical" Florida family rose
in Florida In the early 1500's. during (the 1949 to 1959 decade 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
However, it was not until the by about $2,200, a recent University I
twentieth century that flue-cured of Florida study reports.I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ., ,ii't .
tobacco came of age as a The Income rise saw Florida ; t.I

"money" crop in the Sunshine second only to Virginia among
State. I southeastern states in terms of | Prices Good Fri. Sat. Mon. July 5-0Jl?
,
Today, five tobacco marketsin annual family Income with $4- ,

the state act as selling pointsfor 722.Average
more than $15 million worthof family Income in
flue-cured leaf. According to' the states, however, was considerably
S. L. Brothers, assistant agronom : below the nation median SUMMER FOOD SALEFLORIDA
1st with the Agricultural Extension .I which was $5,660, accordIng
Service at Gainesville, 21 to the study published In
counties, bordering from Sum the current "Emonomic Leaflets"I

ter on the south, Holmes on the I I I the University's Bureau of FLAVOR AGED
Economic and Business Research. GRADE "
west and Nassau in the northeastern A"r
of the state, This variance between state CHOICE
part pro- STEWING .
and national Is -
duce nearly 26 million poundsof figures attributed CHUCK
in part to the low
tobacco annually from an al- percentage
of high Income families.
loted acreage of slightly' over $10,000 or more a >'ear-as compared

15,000"This acres.year's tobacco pioduc- I a national with basis.the percentage on Hens. 19( Roastlk45Lb. <

tion will be two to three hun Only two states outside the
dred pounds lighter per acre I southeast North and South Dakota .
than last year due to the dry have lower median family Limit 2

weather," Brothers states. Last income than Florida, the report COLD CUTS
year's tobacco production reached says. Wisconsin Daisy Hoop
all-time high of 1,$77
an .
Income distributions
in the CHEESE OZ. COPELAND
pounds per acre. state vary considerably among 496..
"Disease, particularly black the counties and regions. In 13 4 $ shank," he says, "has also taken counties in the northern part of Flavor Aged ChoiceFAMILY

its toll. If we should now havea the' state, 50 per cent or more "". LIVER CHEESE For
STEAK
heavy rain period, then root of the families have less than 69C 4 5-fOO
knot can also be expected to $3,000 annually, while six counties '
become a problem." reported Incomes over $5000 I Chopped PICKLE PIMENTO For $JOO
Farmers did not fertilize as annually.The 5 Ct.Pkg. 4 .
SIRLOINS
this either, he 89cCRISCO
heavily year highest median income in :
points out explaining that the the state was reported in Bre- OLIVE LOAF 4 For $100

emphasis is on" quality insteadof vard County where new typesof SHORTENING
quantity. New loans rates manufacturing such as aircraft MIX OR MATCHFor
place a premium on high grades instruments and electron..
of tobacco now in demand. Tobacco
I' ics, pushed median Incomes to
,I farmers who produce top $6,123, the only instance in the]I
I quality tobacco tan expect an state where the national Income COOL DRINKS
average price support level of figure )
56.6 cents a pound." This is an .n _was_ ..L_exceeded._.__ __u.L_ ... 3 Lb. Scald Sweet 6 oz. FrozenLEMONADE
mi vi uic aiA wuiouea wiui
I Increase of 1 per cent over the median family incomes above save 25c 5 Bit 8 For 99KRAFT
support level for the 1962 crop. I$5000 except Leon are large metropolitarrcountles TinMayonnaise

" 1 Dade, Duval, OR LIMEADE

:#' ''r" THE BOOK NOOK the Escambla study, reveals.Manufacturing Brevard. and Orange, Frutaste Ya Gallon Jugs

WHERE IS MY HEART industry in DRINKS 3For 99C
By Amelia Elizabeth Walden these counties has largely accounted Flavors
This is a fiction book abouta for the higher Income
girl named Carol Turner who,I figures according to the report, Hunt's 14 Oz.
to Northbury Teachers Col ,. which concedes that "income-in- Qt.
goes For
I lege. kind," or earnings reflected in Save 23c 1"Jar 38C CA TSUPUmit zZ 2ge
I goods produced and
She is a junior when the book consumedon
begins and still thinks that college the farm, is of more Impor-
Lady Betty Fresh 15 Oz.
tance in the lower-Income
is a breeze. However, this rural I MAXWELL HOUSE
was the year that she started counties where agriculture pre. Cucumber"WAFERS Ea.
I her practice teaching. To be dominates.The Zle
blunt, she was scared stiff about lowest median family income COFFEE Royal Purple 2% CanPLUMS
the thought of teaching in the state was reportedin For
Kent Collings, the boy Carol Holmes County, where only 4 $100
had gone with before going to 16 families out of 2346 reported Upton's
college, didn't like the idea of incomes of over 15,000 and 1 Lb.
her being a teacher. lie thoughtshe I where the median was $2,137. Save 21c Tin 48/1 TEA BAGS ,S.E" 59c

had resorted to that profession I
Lucky Leaf 1 Lb. 9 Oz. Jar
because she couldn't afford I Mississippi: is a very excitingand Limit One Each of the Above Three For
an expensive education. interesting book for the With $5.00 or More Food Order APPLE SAUCE 4 $11'00
..
! It really hurt Carol's pride j I ..
young as well as the older gen.
somewhat to know what Kent I eration.
thought. But it just helped her
I Book Review by
decide to work harder than ever
Flynn Edmonson.
and prove to him how wrong I 50 FREEGolden
he was.
PORTUGUESE MAN-OF.WAR .
This is a very Interesting book The tentacled Portuguese Man. Yellow TOP VALUE STAMPSBANANAS

from the first page to the last. of-War kills its food-small fish e With
Lb.
Read it! I am sure that you will and fOe purchase of
plantonlc stnlmals -with a Three Pounds of
," enjoy it as much as so many
poison similar to the king c0bra's Ground Beef
others have.
venom. The sting can
Gloria Library Harding.Assistant make human bathers. lose con- Cardinal Coupon\. void after 7-8-63


LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI RED GRAPES. 29e 25 iEE

Bf Samuel Clemens ,

(Mark Twain) I SUNKIST For VALUE
Life on the Mississippi was I sciousness.RuggIH LEMONS 6 19TOP STAMPS i
written about the adventures of I With purchase: of *
a riverboat pilot in the following i II (For Boiling) 12 Oz. Van Camp :

years after the Civil War, I GREEN PEANUTS Lb. 19C asBt f ,
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and while there was much dislike -j [ Coupon 7-8-63

for both sides. Wi11i ... 1 G .a! .:Z1l iIUIH.. ..:hD ",II. _...
Samuel Clemens moved to Mississippi

when he was a small Prompt Service 50 FREE i 25 FREE 50 FREETOP
boy and grew up along the

banks of the Mississippi River. PLACE TOUB ORDER WITH U. TOP VALUE STAMPS i TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
He had many an experience as
he was a riverboat pilot and he The With purchase of ft With purchase of fjj With purchase of
describes many of his experiences Magler Tribune . .)', One Picnic | Ri'tter' Qt. Tomato | '$5.00 or More Food
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in his writings. He was Phone IDlewood 7.33824 HJf It!, !I- Chest | Juice | Order
one of the most thought of ". %!' i Coupon void after ?'-8-63$Coupon void after 7-8-63 | Coupon void after: 7863Thursday
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t'AGE FOUR THE FLAG LEn TRIBUNE:, BUNNELL FLORIDA .

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FLAGLER WOMAN'S BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS

CLUB'S NEWS j Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. - -

Flagler Woman's Club President and worship hour is at 11 o'. .

Mrs. Jasper White, and II clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, '
safe pastor. Training Union Is at 6:45: RIGHTS
members wish everyone a : QUANTITY
FRI. SAT.
I PRICES GOOD THURS., ,
is
and happy Fourth. Tht club invites I P.M. and evening worship RESERVED
the public to stop by their;'i'at[ 7:45. : JULY 4-5-6, 1963

booth near the Flagler Beach OPEN JULY 4th
pier on, the Fourth. I I Mr. and Mrs. George Moody!
The next summer meeting will'I''Sr., have as their guests '

be Wednesday, July 10th, when ;I over the Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Florida Grade "A" D and D Grade "A" Western Beef
Mrs. E. P. Fleurie and Mrs., John Robert Persons from Mont I I

Clarence Shultz will serve coffee I, gomery, Ala., Mrs. Persons is the Whole Chuck
and rolls beginning at 9:30: daughter of Mrs. Moody and the I Fryers 29 Steak 59

d A.M. A community Improvement i Persons have been enjoying I only Lb Lb. !

project will be the main visiting In St. Augustine and I

discussion of the morning, and many other points of interest in I I

the president urges the members ,!this area. Grade "A" Western Beef Jiffy FrozenChuck

to Mrs.be present.V. W. Haines 'and Mrs.I Miss Jean Mitchell ''and Miss i Each

Paul Kelly, captains of the "Dol. Mary Kate Ellis will arrive Saturday / Roast 49 STEAKS 1 O

Jars" team of the Dollar Dividend from Montgomery, Ala. I Lb.
,,
Project, wish to thank the for an extended visit with Miss i

following members of their Mitchell's aunt and husband,j

team for their contributions and !Mr. and .Mrs, George Moody, Sr.I Grade "A" Western Beef Copeland's All Meat

help toward the ice cream social I
held last Saturday: Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F., u
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Mrs. Charles Bondy, Mrs. Lillian McDaniel recently were Mrs. Annie I V.: Roast 59 FRANKS 49
lb.
Bondy, Mrs. Levi Brannam, Jenkins and Elizabeth Jenk. .
Mrs. Victor Buckles, Mrs. Ernest ins of Soddy, Tenn. Also visiting '

Buteux, Mrs. Gladine Chalflnch, them during the weekend
Misses Emily and Flora Gage, was their nephew, Travis Dyke, MAXWELL HOUSE HENDERSON'S SUPERFINECOFFEE'

Mrs. K. N. Givens, Mrs. R. of Crystal Beach. Pam McDaniel

Hoose, Mrs. R. N. Hoover, Mrs. returned with him to Crystal

Al Jones, Mrs. Charles Martin, Beach for a week's vacation. SUGAR

Mrs. George Moody, Sr., Mrs.I ,
D. D. Moody, Mrs. Sam Novick, Youth Softball
Mrs. Frank Schwenk, Mrs. Wil I

liam Shropshire, Mrs. E. L. Stanton Back In Action LB. 5 LB. 59*

Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, and 49 BAGLimit
Mrs. T. D. Wells. A special"thanks"
After Rain
to C B. Hull for the DelayBy 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
attractive posters. I ( Cliff McGrilf)


BROWNIES ON j The Bunnell High School sum. Sweet Treet Shurfine Fruit
VACATIONThe \ mer recreational Softball league


will not resume Flagler meet meetings during Beach July Brownieswill the, They first 'after got week.In back.being Into delayed action by this rain week last Pineapple 2 Ro.30o Cans 39 Cocktail 2 Cans 69


week in August, Troop Leader Monday's games the Braves
beat the Yankees 8.3 to remain
Laura Reynolds said today.
undefeated. Leading the Braves' Sunlite Red Dart Italian Style Cut GreenBEANS'
hitters Jimmy McNab with
was
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Johnson
and family have as their two singles in three times at bat. No. 303 No. 303
I, The Yankees outhlt the Tomatoes
guests for two weeks Mr. John. 1 O 1 O
son's mother, Mrs. Gerald John ', the Braves 11 to 7, .but couldn't get Can Ea. Can
runs across.In
son, from South Renovo, Pa. and
the second game, the Car. Limit 5 Please Limit 5
,his brother and family, Mr. and Please
dinals outlasted the White Sox
Mrs. Neil R. Johnson and children
10-9. the Cardinals at.
Gail, Margie and Jeff, from Leading QUART Each .WWW
tack was Mike Manuel, Glenn MIRACLE WHIP 4ge
j St. Mary's Pa.
Carle and Mike Durrance with 50 EXTRA 50
ors two hits each. The White Sox's FREE
Recent Mr. and ALL FLAVORS
leading batter was Mike Barber
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Mrs. J. D. Perritt were Mrs. Perritt's who had four hits In five times '. s & H GREEN STAMPS
HI C FRUIT DRINKS 3 $1
sister and family, Mr. and I at batOn Cans ,
Mrs. Johnny Brewer and daughter
I With this
'I Tuesday the Braves kept ; coupon
Debbie, from Grapevine, Tex I
LYRE
'their record 3-0 by beating the 1 and purchase of $5.00

as. White Sox 4.2 in- a real- fine VIENNA SAUSAGE or More Meat Order
Mrs. Stanley Springer, Mrs. game, which saw neither team I 2 ,c :r: 39*

commit an error This is real Coupon expires i 7-6-63
Jack Robinson, Jr., Mrs. Atlee *
HORMEL LUNCHEON MEAT
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Stevens and son, Cam, accompanied good for boys age 913. ...... ..... ..... .. .. .
In the second the' Giants "
game SPA M
several girls to Branford, 2iL. 89c
squeezed by the Cards 10.9 In
EXTRA
Florida, where they will attend 50 50
seven innings to make their
Baptist Girl's Auxiliary Camp FREES
STARLETT BRIQUETTES
second 20. Leading the Giantsto
for a week. Those attendingare
victory was Scott Wilder as & H GREEN STAMPS
I : Joyce Robinson, Carol Kirk. CHARCOAL 2B ULb990
he drove In two runs In the extra >
Patrick, Julie Brown, Eleanor
Shill, Vickie Moore and Delores : inning with a triple and GULF CHARCOAL LIGHTER, Quart.............._ 39c 5 With, coupon and purchase
Brock. :1 then scored the winning"run.. of 16 oz. Can Fault-

\I TEAM STANDINGSWon less_ Spray on Starch 63c
FRESH PRODUCE
I METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Los!
I Church school time is at 9:45A. : Braves 3 0 Coupon expires 7-u-63

M. and worship hour at 11 0'. Giants 2 0 LARGE FANCY .".

clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, Cards 1 2 PEACHES 2Lbg.
minister. Next Sunday, July 7, White Sox 0 2 29C Un EXTRA .S

there will be a church pot luck I Yankees 0 2 FREE
I U. S. No. 1 WHITE
dinner following the worship 5
;:; S & H GREEN STAMPS
hour and the official hoard will Top 10 Leading Batters 10 Lb. Cello
Based on six times at Bat POTATOES A Sift $
meet Immediately after the din.
ner. Game Ab H 7. Bag Each 4-9 W J With this coupon and

The" Men's Club will hold its M. Barber 2 8-6 .7K SEALD SWEET FROZEN PINK, OR WHITE Purchase of any size Sea

regular meeting in the church D. Britt 3 11-7.636( 6 Oz. & Ski Suntan Lotion

building at 7:30 P.M.: Monday, M. Manuel 3 11-7 .63* LEMONADE 8 Cans 99 C
l F. Fleurie 3 8-5 .62J :: Coupon expires _

ij July The 8.WSCS will. have Its regular J. McNab 3 7-4 .5 71 WMMfWWW.............................. '.....",/'.Y\......,,,............. ;..............h..............W.............

meeting Thursday, July 11, B. Robinson 2 6-3 J5W.I **J- EXTRA :
at 11:30 A.M. It will be duringa E. Rice 2 6-3 .500: JO FREE 25125 Bjf 252J25 WE? %5IS&
luncheon in the church build. G. Carle 3 7-4 ..4.UJ.
ing. Geller 2 7-3 .42J H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS? S & H GREEN STAMPS

P. Martel 3 7-3 ..42JH. With this
: coupon With this
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL McKelvin 2 7-3 .42 and COupon 5 With this coupon and
and purchase of any purchase of
CHURCH NEWS 5 Brand Economy"sTz'e 5 Purchase of One
1 Gallon Picnic Jug
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. West Berlin's equivalent of ar ; Tooth Paste 69c J Watermelon
with classes for all ages. Church American lunch stand is calleda
Conpon expires 7-6-63
Schnell Imbls literally "quick j Coupon expires 7-6-63 g Coupon
worship /time is at 11 o'clock expires 7-6-63
with Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. bite."






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July 4, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, IWNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


MRS. CAUDELL GUESTOF GOOD LUCK DOG I II f NOW YOU KNOW
I
I HONOR AT A Ironwood, in Michigan's Upper
I A tiny LhaftA Apso puppy
II, LUNCHEONMrs. Pnlnsula, is as far west as SlLou
greeted the National Geographic
II I Julian Caudill of Eliza- I Society's Barry 'C. Bishop in his la, the National Geographic

bethton, T nn., was guest of hospital room at Katmandu, Nepal Society says. Port Huron, Michigan

Ji LOCALS I![ honor at a luncheon Tuesday of , where Bishop was being Is as far cast as Greenville .

I I I'last week, atthe home of Mrs.Z. treated for frostbite, followinghis South Carolina, and Hancock

I G. Holland, Jr. successful ascent of Mount Michigan J Is farther north

Mrs. Caudill, the former Alta. than Montreal, Canada. With
The Lhasa
Everest May 22,1963. ,
'' I I jane Holden of Bunnell, and Detroit as the center, a circle
Engagement of GIRLS LEAVE FOR Apso, long famed in the Orient,

WEEK AT GA CAMP I' Mrs. Holland were schoolmates. ;,,1s, reputed to bring ,good luck.I that Includes Ironwood also
Donna LassiterTo J Joining them for a reunion were he is'i 'II takes in Ottwa, Philadelphia,
,: In his Tibetan homeland,
Lew WadsworthMr. I Thirteen members of the several other school chums and Richmond, Knoxville, and St
i I called Abso Sang Kye-"Bark '
J I Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the friends. i Louis.
Lassiterof I I Lion Sentinel Full !
and Mrs. George Dog. grown,
First Baptist Church of Bunnell ''! .
Atlanta, Georgia, announce 'a Lhasa Apso measures 9V411I - -
left Monday morning to attend McKNIGHT ,
I KERRY BALDWIN
the engagement of their daughter I I inches at the shoulder, and I
the Girls' Auxiliary Camp at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me-
Donna Celeste Lassiter, to ,weighs about 15 pounds. Bishop's Flagler Beach Barbera
Branford, Florida, for a week. Cod Mass. ,
of ,
Knight Cape are
Wadsworth III, to him
Lewis Edward pup was given by '
Those going to camp were: the of four ten I In Open
pound
parents a 1
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Edward his wife, Lila. Wearing hair to
Linda Church, Kay Perryman, and half born
a ounce son, "It Pays To Look Well"Dick
Wadsworth of Bunnell, clothe many a larger dog, the
Beth Matherly, Melanie Cody, June 28. He has been given the Lhasa I I
Florida. Apso resembles a
mop. Langdon Your
The bride elect will receive Gwen King, Kim Lawton, Nancy name of Kerry Baldwin. ,I )

Hargett Teresa Pelllcer, Mary He is the grandson of Judge, .
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her B.A. degree in English next I I
Ann and Betty Louise Stefllk, and Mrs. T. K. McKnight of Bun !I\m\! lMJSKfflMM3O<
June from the University of 1
ra
Lesa and Lyna Knight, and nell.
Georgia where she has servedas
Elaine Murray. Mrs. Dave Per. I
First Vice President of Alpha
ryman, Mrs. Bion Matherly, Mrs. Mrs. Nellie Tweed has returned I
Oil Omega Sorority, and as Sec. C. B. King, and Mrs. Harry Mur to her home here after an i i
retary of Panhellenic. She wasa
ray accompanied the girls to extended visit in several points STORE WIDE
member of Angel Flight Hon.
I I
I camp, returning home that day. in Texas with relatives. Mrs.
BallQueen's
Drill Team, Miliary
orary The girls will be met at Camp Tweed expects to ,enter the pa'i
Court, Miss TypicalFreshman's
I Saturday morning by Mrs. Mike latka Memorial Hospital in I
Court, Alpha Tau
I I Steflik, Mrs. Dave Perryman, latka Monday for surgery.
Sweetheart Court, and I
Omega
I and Mrs. L. H. Church for the
Alpha Tau Omega Little Sistersof
return trip home. Miss Barbara Smythe, who is I
the Maltese Cross. I ReductionSALE
working at Six Gun Territory,I
Mr. Wadsworth will receiveB. I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hornsby spent Friday and Saturday herewith I
.B.A. degree in March from
I and daughter, Evelyn, of Clewls- her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the of Georgia wherehe
University ton, visited here several days EmIl Smythe.The I .
is a member of Alpha Tau
last week ,with friends.
I Smythes recently returned I
Omega Fraternity.The
; from Tampa where Mr. Smythe
:
wedding will take place I
attended the Circuit Court, I
August third at Westminister SHAWN ERIC WILSONMr.
Clerk's Association convention I
Presbyterian Church. After a
wedding trip to Trinidad, the I and Mrs. Jim Wilson, Jr., there. 1 1i
of Lakeland the i
announce ar
couple will reside in Athens and
rival of an eight pound fifteen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dur. I
continue their studies at the
University of Georgia. and a half ounce son, born June shimer of Albany, Ga., and Mr. I

27 in the Lakeland General Hos and Mrs. Arthur Durshimer, Jr., I

pital. He 'has been given the and family are visiting with i
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
name of Shawn Eric. Mrs. Nell Allen and family during I 25 OFFHIGHLIGHTING
Rice of Artesia Park, North AlA, %
the
holidays. They are enJoying -
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tann
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. a reunion at the Allen's
of Bunnell have as their guests
Bradley Saturday through todayare Beach home.
this week Rev. and Mrs. Bill
Guthrie and daughter Sharon of, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymore
and children Linda and Miss Nancy of Lake
Shirley, Moody
Mt. Airy, N. C. Also Mr. and
Mrs{ William Guthrie of Graham -I from Newberry, S. C. Also visit. City is spending the holiday SUCH
ing from Plant City are Mr. and weekend here with her uncle
N. C. Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Tann,
and' Mrs. J. It 'Glenn. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller.
Mrs. Williams Guthrie are
LABELS AS

sisters.i I !. Mrs. 'T. K. McKnight left Saturday .

Visiting with Mrs. Bob Revels for Cape Cod, Mass., for Freeman's ShoesWembrenner

Harry Atkinson and Cliff Shef and family is her mother, Mrs. a visit with Mr and Mrs. I

field were in Atlanta, Georgia, Baxter Sutton of Valdosta, Ga. Charles McKnight and to get ac Shoes

last' weekend for the races. Mrs. Revels and Mrs. Marvin quainted with her new grand. .

Strickland motored to Valdostalast son, Kerry.

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert Thursday and were accompanied I Wing Shirts

had as their guests recently home by Mrs. Sutton. CARD OF THANKS
Adams' Hats
their son in law and daughter, I We are sincerely grateful to

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mittler Visiting with the O. D. Rob I the good people of Bunnell for

and children, Laren, Danny, and' ertson family are Mr. and Mrs. I their kind expressions of sym Artemis Lingerie

Terry of St. Louis, Mo. Robert Smedley and children of pathy to us during our recent

Laurel, Md. bereavement. Their kindness to Hanes HoseMaidenform

Mrs. Raymond Smith visitedin i us will always be remembered.The .

Lakeland Sunday and Mon Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs.Z. family of Bras

day with her son in law and G.: Holland, Jr., visited in Orner J. Gariepy.
Wiliiams'Shoes
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baxley, Ga. during the past

Wilson, Jr. weekend.- Towels Sheets, Pillow Cases Etc,





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Mr.'and Mrs. L. A. YelvingtonFor


Establishing Sturman'sI I





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EASY STREET. . "Eaiy

store is beautiful with beautiful and Street" In Monroe, WIi., It 1 AMBULANCE,
c'.ratgbt and narrow, bat has
useful apparel, worthy of the patronage of its ups and downs. Photof pHONEVAley4.)6M| )

the people of Flagler County turned names on post to make SERVICE
,his Job easier.RICKSHAS ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

The owners, Mr. and Mrs. Yelvington, are Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. ,We

distinct assets to our community ARE DISAPPEARING are always at your .ferric with promptness safety and

.
Rickshas are disappearing. Ex. experienceEquipped

CONGRATULATIONS and WELCOME I cept as tourist attractions, the With Oxygen Resusltator and Inhalator

man-powered taxis survive onlyIn

Hong Kong and Calcutta. The p Garcia Funeral Home \
Carl EllenbachContractor Communists banned rickshas in

Red< China, claiming it is degrading P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director. :

: for one man to pull an LADY ASSISTANTe ::

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; PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday.. July 4. 1963
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I now or hereafter attached to or REQUEST FOR BIDS REQUEST FOR BIDS

I II used ises herein In connection described with and the In pram addition Healed bids will be received In I Notice Is hereby given that the
It lJSPOR1S arm the the
f Clerk
of
Board
thereto the of County Commissionerswill
following described i
| CenternBuilding receive sealed bids until 8:00
I ", which Civic or before
C IVE (:Ol are, and fl1.e"pr = to beI: : on tr fheH"cfeUl I, 1963. at the office of
fixtures 12:00 o'clock noon the day of the Circuit Court
and of the I
a
r. NOTES and are a portion part of the security realty,: of July A. D., 1'6S. for 488 ft. 72" h. .Flagler County Courthouse for
I for the Indebtedness herein mentioned chain link fence Installed Including supplying and installing the fol-
one 12 ft. drive-in gate and one
BUNNELL RESTAURANT j, Electric: Hot Water Heater, I walk-In gate, 9 gauge fabric, post l WindoW Alroondltionlng Units;
I i spaced not over 10 ft apart allI
Westomatlc Mod. R.O.B. 40 approximately 8.000-9.000 B. T. U.
WINS FIRST CAME j rapacity) (40 gal I posts to be set In concrete top rail 2 Speeds; Thermostat Control;
+ 1-5/8" O.D., line post 2" O. D.. End Vents.
Bunnell Restaurant won their {--Oil Fired Hot Air Heater,
| Monogram D lOU", 60.000 11TU. I post Z.,." O. D.. corner post I.,." Bids to state earliest possible de-
first game of the season over the' ,t NE Q Dated at Darnell Flagler County ,, O. IX, walk gate post I.,." O. D..I livery
V. F. W. Aux. 3017. The Restaurant 'I'I'i Florida, this 27th day of June. I drive gate posts I.,." O. D. gate The Board reserves the right to
A. D. 1963. frames 1-5/8" O. D. reject any and all bids.Dated .

team scored 17 big ruIn 118 E. A. SMYTHE. The City Commissioners reserve' at Bunnell, Florida, this
the right to 2nd ay of July A. D. 1963.
July 4ItoNOTICE reject any and all
the top of the seventh. bids and to accept the bid that in C. H. COWART Chairman

Babs Cummins hit her fourth'i ANn CALL OH MEETING Its judgment will be for the best Board of Count Commissioners -
TO ELECT ONH MKMIIUK OF1IOAHII Interest of the City of Bunnell, of Flagler County, Florida.
and fifth home runs. Sharon'iI OK $' Ul'EIt"'JOllS FOIl Florida ATTEST: E. A. S.1YTHE.I .

Towpsend "Kit her second and IIIHINI UKAHVACK IJ TRI'T. WITNESS my hand and official Clerk.
I seal this 24th day of June A. D., July 4-Itc
third. YOU 9K K MTWHY Notice is hereby given that a special 1963. I
I I uoose <4.eep. use I meeting of the owners of land
July 9th the F. M. C. will meet j T'16 KEVWAgiaJL, situated In the Bimini Drainage /SHowell V. Peavy Mayor I IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLEIt
District In Flagler County Florida City of Bunnell Florida COUNTY FLORIDA
the Bunnell Restaurant at 6:45.: \. Is hereby in the ATTEST: I IN CHANCERY MO. 483 '

I o :pdReoretge /H/ Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk I MARIE R. GRAHAM'rialntlff
ler County Courthouse Bunnefl. June 27-July 42toIN ,
SOFTBALL PLAYOFF TO Florida on the 16th day of July v..
A. D. 1963 at 3 o'clock P.M.. for THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- JOHN D.
START MONDAY NIGHT the purpose of electing one member ENTII .J V I'IAI. CIRCUIT OF GRAHAMDefendant..
'Wadsworth Lumber Co. and of the Board of Supervisors for FLORIDA IV AND FOIl FI.AO- NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE
the term of three years and Xo attend I.KU COUNTY IN CIIANCUKYNO. : STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
Bunnell Merchants will start to NO IrgECONOMICAL to such other business per.taialn 4673 JOHN I>.

play in a two out of three games come before the the district meeting.At that. may ELLIS PLUMMER, Plaintiff post oafce address GRAHAM are ence unknown and ,

for the league such election each and every vs.
city champion.
acre of land In the said District TEMPlE PLUMMER I You are hereby notified that a
ship. shall be entitled to one vote In person Defendant. suit has been filed against you in
NOTICE : the above entitled cause; and you
or by proxy In writing duly
Games will be played Mon signed for each acre of land ownedby IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF are hereby required ktoorlhr.oo: answer
him In said District. Guardiansmay FLORIDA: with the ,
day, Tuesday Thursday. Winner Music represent their wards. Executors TO: Temple Mummer whose residence and to serve a copy thereof upon

of series will play last year's and amlnlstratora may represent Is unknown. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Tennessee StyleBy the estates of deceased persona You are hereby required to file whose name and adresa is:: '
champion Seville team which Is and private corporations may your written defenses on or before CHARLES J. LUKE II

leading the city league at the be represented by their officers or July 22. 1963 to the Bill of complaint 260 N. Rldgewood Avenue
I filed herein Daytona Beach Floridanot
against ando
duly authorized agents.It you
present time with a 9.3 average. I Walt Groves&Carl Spicer I Is ordered that this notice be serve a copy of the same on later rlnUllo 2o.Ad; D. 1963.
1 I till published each week for two consecutive Fred R. Brannon Jr. Box 805 New If you r pro
Monday night's game will start FRIDAY 9 P. M. weeks In The Flagler Tri Smyrna Beach Florida. The nature confesso will be entered against

f at 8 P. M. i I SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. bune a newspaper published inFierier ] of this suit Is a suit for divorce. bill you for of the relief demanded In the
County, Florida "The Flag ter Tribune" is hereby complaint. The nature of
I LETTER OF MARQUE Date of first publication July 4, designated as the newspaper In said suit being, for divorce.
l A. D. 1963. which this Notice shall be published WITNESS my hand and seal of I
Subscribe tor The Flagitii tribune : COCKTAIL LOUNGE by order of Board of Supervisors, once a week for four consecutive said Court this 17th day of June ,

$2.60 A Year in Advance" & RESTAURANT Attest A.: B. JOHNSTON, President. WITNESS weeks. my hand and seal this A.(Official D. 1963.Seal) i

5 Miles So. of Marineland O. F. ALFORD Secretary. 6th day of June A. D. 1963. E. A. SMYTHE I
July 4-11-2to (Official Heal) Clerk of said Circuit Court
Formerly Dinty Moore's E. A. SMYTHE By Julia R. Harvey
CLASSIFIEDADS IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk Circuit Court Deputy Clerk I
.'I.An...;1t (COUNTY FLORIDA Flag ler County Florida June 20-27 & July 4-11-Hc
'. June 13-20.27 & 4 4tc -
IN ('IIAN( ItV NO. 44M7 i July -
NORAH GEARIQHTr IV THE CIRC1'IT COURT OF I
I Plaintiff, :, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVRNTII -, FLAKLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA
I vs. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK IN CHANCERY NO. 4683
FLORIDA, IN FOR FLAG.
JOHN K. GEARJQHTY ANn ARGYLL MERICA JSMITH. JR.Plaintiff.
HASTINGS MATTRESS Defendant. LKR COUNTY. IN CHANCERY:

Ustlaffs ..... thU ......* **.e I'I'a NOTICE TO 1"' "'.1NU NO. 467.1YVONNE
cent per word each ln.ertl... & UPHOLSTRY WORKS ; THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: L. CACHE'. VI.
TB rents I. ml.I..... ....... 710-12 Lemon St. JOHN K. OEARIGHTY. Plaintiff. LOUISE G. SMITHDefendant

FOR SALE-large 12 cubic foot I Palatka, Florida post whose office place address of residence are unknown and MAURICE L. CACHE,, THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO:

You are hereby notified that a DefendantNOTICE LOUISE G. SMITH
refrigerator $45. Phone EA 5-9166
suit has been filed against you In OF SUIT 660 Courtney Street N. E.
FOR RENT ocean front 2 bedroom Furniture, Upholstering the above entitled cause; and you IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Atlanta, Georgia

house fully furnished.Johnston's Repaired & Refinished are hereby with the required ktoorlthr.o'go answer i. OF TO FLORIDA: MAURICE L. CACHE', whose suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that in a
I you
Hundreds of Patterns to and to serve a copy thereof upon residence and post office the aLove entitled cause: and you
Realty I Choose from. the plaintiff, or plaintiff's attorney, mailing address is unknown are hereby required answer
,
whose and address Is. ktoorlhr.o'go
name : GREETINGS: with the
t,
Mattresses & Box Springs -
: RAY SELDEN You are hereby notified that a and to serve a thereof
copy
FLAGLER BEACH. FLORIDA Made to Order Also Renovated Kelden Building suit In equity has been brought the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney upon,
Phone PRICES REASONABLE. Daytona Beach. Florida against you by YVONNE U whose name and address is:
liE 9.2242 ID
or 73691. \ not later than July 29, A. D. 1963. CACHE', In the Circuit Court. Seventh NICHOLAS A. CAPUTQ
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
July 4-ltp If you fall to do so decree pro Judicial Circuit In and for 160 Kidftewooci Avenue
Just as near as your confesao will be entered againstyou Flagler County Florida and you Holly Hill. Floridanot
Phone or Post Office for the relief demanded In the are hereby summoned ordered later than July 22, AU. 1963. I
FOR SALE Girls Shoeskat skatesIn I Drop Us A Card or Call bill of complaint. The nature ofsaid I and required to file your writteanswer n If you fall to do so, decree pro
good condition Chicago suit being for divorce. or defenses to the complaint confesso will be entered against
Free Pick-up & Delivery WITNESS my hand and seal of filed herein against you In you for the relief demanded in the
wheels, price $10. Call 4392485. said Court this 25th day of JuneA. the above entitled cause In the bill of complaint. The nature of
: D. 1963.OHclal office of the Clerk of the Circuit said suit being for divorcee
June 272tpBUSINESS -1 Court in and for Flagler County, WITNESS my hand and seal of
( Seal) E. A. BMYTHE
: his the
riurlda at office In
Court said
Court this 17th day of JuneOfficial
Clerk of said Circuit Court House
OPPORTUNITIES Julia R. In Bunnell Florida on or A I). 1963.
Dy Harvey Clerk .rt'antJ'eto day of July D., ( BeaU

Profitable dealership available illir laglrr dribunrIIUNNKLL j June 27 & July 4-11-11-410 Deputy answer 1963, or defenses serve a copy upon of French such E. A. SMYTHE

COITRT.1I i r. Davis. I'lalntlffs Attorney hereIn Clerk of said Circuit Court
I IV Till; COUNTY JUDGK>S whose address is 650 Seabreeze- By Julia H. Harvey
representing established leading : FLORIDA \ ANO FOIl KLAHLKIt COVNTV. Boulevard Daytona Beach Florida, Deputy Clerk
FI.OII1I1A I.V I'HOIIATK on or before said date as June 20-27 & July.IV 4-11-4to
r N 01'1C'I'] TO UlKIMTOMl by the laws of Florida required
Florida 'Aluminum Product and the
MRS ... B. FULLER Editor IN RE: Estate of 1954 Florida Rules of Civil Procedure FLAKLKR TilE CIRCUIT( COURT OK
t I WALTER BANKOWSKI. ; if you fall to do so, a Decree IN COUNTY FLORIDA
Manufacturer. Prefabricated Deceased.To Pro Confesso will be entered CHANCERY: NO. 4677
all creditors and all persons against you for the relief demanded JOSEF MAROTHY.

units for the I DeslKimteil omHul IMbllrnttwnfor having claims or demands against In 1'a further} : Plaintiff,
Building Trade and
I Public Notice of Flagler said estateYou. : You notified that the
ity; I and each of you. are hereby I nature of said suit ii a suit for KLARA MAvROTIIY,
Home Improvement Fields. Write (Count. MunMpalllle therein notified and required to present Divorce from the marriage exist Deft'ndant.
any claims and demands which you ing between yourself and the THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO
I and the State of Florida :
or either of you, way have avnlnst' Plaintiff. CLARA MAROTHY.
t P.O. Box 15175, Tampa Floridafor the estate of WALTER BANKOW The name of the Court In which whose place of residence and
SKI, deceased late of Flagler this suit has been Instituted Is office address
are unknown
details.FOR Entertd at second class matter County Florida, to the lion. T. K. MeKnlftht Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Youea hereby notified that
Judge of Flagler County, Circuit, Flagler a
County suit has
the Florida, been filed against In
6, 1)13. at postofflcenl you
Februury at his oftlce In the County Court- and the abbreviated title of this the above entitled cause and
RE T-2 bedroom home, Bunnelt Florida under act of house In liunnell. Flakier County, cue Is CACHE' vs. CACHE', are hereby required to file; your you an-
Florida, within six months from It Is hereby ordered that this ewer with the Clerk of this
2 baths, large living room, March S. 1878NOTICM the date of the first publication order and notice shall be published ? to serve a copy thereof Court.Kd .
hereof. All claims and demands not once a week for four upon
I (4) consecutive : plaintiff OP
dining room, kitchen and breezy presented within the time and In weeks In The Flagler Tribune, whose name and plaintiffs address attorney Is ,

:porch in Hillcrcst section, Flag. On"' yelir ......,.'''......._.....U.60 the manner prescribed herein shall a newspaper published In Bunnell SAMUEL V. HOLCH :
be barred as provided by law. Flagler County Florida 110
and hav- N.
Jear Beach. Phone liE 92247. $Ix munth" ...................11.11I Dated June 21st. A. D. 19A3. ing a general circulation in Flag Palatka.Jrd Floridanot Street

First pUblication: June 27. 1963. ler County. Florida. later than July 15, A. D. 1963
-.-- ISI Jadwiga Bankowskl WITNESS my hand as Clerk o fall to
FOR RENT-furnished., cottage - OK SALE As Administratrix of the Estate said Circuit Court of Flagler confesso will be entered pro
against
1 bedroom, $40.00 per month. of Walter Bankowskl ty. Florida. and the seal you for the relief demanded In
Notice Is hereby given that under deceased said Court at Bunnell coun-j bill of the
Phone ID 73304. 5-9-tf and pursuant to that certain TO THE EXECUTOR OR AD- County Florida on the 7th said suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of
Final Decree rendered on the 28thday MINISTRATRIX of June. A. D.. 1963. WITNESS hand
of June, A. D. 19113, by the The Court my and seal of
above notice must be pub ( Seal) said Court this
11th
FOR RENT bedroom duplex day
-Two Horace D. Reigle. one of June
Honorable lished In a newspaper published in EMIL A. SMYTHE A. D. 1963.
apartment, screen porch. of the Judges of the ter": ,Judicial Flagler County once a week for Clerk of the Circuit Court (Court Seal)
Circuit of the t four (4) publications, and the proof Flagler County, Florida E. A. 8MYTHE
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf ida In and for Flakier County. In of such publication (which will DA By Julia R. Harvey Clerk of said Circuit
that certain cause lately pt"ndlngIn furnished you by the paper) filed Deputy Clerk Dy Julia. n. Harvey Court
, the Circuit Court of FlaglerCounty. In this office. FRENCH C. DAVIS
FOR RENT Furnished Apartment Florida. In Chancery, T. K. MeKNIQHT. County Judge Attorney for Plaintiff June 13-20-27 A July Deputy 4-4to Clerk
10.00 per month. Call wherein 8. Oleason. Jr.. as Administrator June 27 & July 4-11-18-4to 550 Seabreese Boulevard
i of Veterans Affairs Daytona Beach Florida iv TilE
t I'' Harris Appliance ID 7.3367.r was plaintiff and James R. Moyer IY TIIH cinrriT COURT OFF'LAGLI7R June 1320.27 & July 4-4to FLAGLKR CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA OP
JoAnne E. Moyer. FrankE.
and wife COUNTY FLORIDA IV. CHANCERY NO.
! March 14-tf Dodlmead Sr.. and, wife CoraL IV rll"NC. ItV NO. 4670 IN TILE COUNTY JUDC.E' COURT EDITH MAE FERGUSON 467H
I Dodimead. were defendants, beIng MARGIE I* WIGGINS IN AND FOIl FLAGLKR COUN: Plaintiff
, SEPTIC TANK: CLEANING at case No. otllti.l. the under Plaintiff TY. FI.oRln.IN PRODATE. vs.
signed Clerk Circuit Court Vs. LACE NO. 6.10.
reasonable prices. Call George In Flagler Count }'Iorldlwill on JAY LEONARD WIGGINS IN RE: Estate of ROBERT BARRY FERGUSON
the llth day of A. D. Defendant. WALTER R. Defendant
I Jarosz ID 7-3410 nJ.IlY't: ; the north t niU1oo of NOTICE TO IIKKKND KELLER.Deceased I I THE STATE NOTICE TO DEFENI)

1.24-7.25 the Flagler County Courthouse InUunnell THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO- I NOTICE OK ENTRY OF ORDER ROBERT OF FLORIDA TO:
p. Flagler Id JAY LEONARD WIGGINS UKCLARIVG ADMINISTRATION 322 Stellen BARRY FERGUSON
during the regular and legal bours Warner Robbins, Georgia UNNECESSARY! II Avenue
, WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus- of sale, offer for sale and sell at You are hereby notified that a I To all persons' having any claimsor You Rldgewood.are hereby New Jersey
public outcry to the highest and suit has been filed against you In demands against the estate of has notified that a
suit been
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & best bidder therefor for cash In the above entitled cause; and you WALTER R. KELLER deceased: I the above entitled filed against you In

I Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. hand In order to satisfy the "aid are hereby required to rlhr.o'goand answer I You and each of you are herebnotified y I are hereby required cause to fl] ; and you
the follow with the Clerk that an order declaring with this our answer -
Aug 30-tfc Ingadeeccribaproperty, -wit: to serve copy thereof upon administration of the estate of l and to the Clerk of Court
serve
I Lot 1. except the Southerly 70 the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney I WALTER R. KELLER deceased the plaintiff a copy thereof Upon
r w feet .o/o and Lot 2. except the whose name and address I.: as unnecessary has been entered whose name and or plaintiffs attorney
Southerly feet thereof. and except CLAYTON A CLAYTON by the Honorable T. K. McKnlght. SAMUEL adddress is-:
JOHNSTON'St.ACLER the rM"lftl fet thereoflilotk 209 Conrad Building I Judge of the County Judge's Court, I 110 N. Jrd V. Street HOLCH
.1: 1, u SUBDI laterlthanJulrfib Flairler County, Florida The total I Palatka. Florida
r BEACH REALTY CO. being a resubdlvlslon/of not A. D. 1X3. ', cash value of said estate was de- not later than
Glendale Subdivision as recorded |n If you fall to do so, decree pro termlned' to be U.Tn.lI. and was I fall July IS, AD rel9 1.
L' ITS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, l'lat Hook 1, pale ti of the Public confesso. will be entered against I I assigned by such order to: I confeesso will to ra entered c against
',' WATER FRONF. FARMS Records of Flagler County. tau for the relief demanded the I Mae Allen 1227 Meridian Street you for the relief
I demanded
Florida of complaint. The nature of ( Anderson Indiana. In the
ACREAGE Together with all structures and said suit being for divorce. Frances Mathews. 1227 Meridian II ture of
Improvements now and hereafteron WITNESS my hand and seal of Street, Anderson Indiana. WITNE891myfhandivand,
S"* UI for your real estate need said land and the rents. Issues said Court this 11th day of June i 13. 19(3 said seal of
Office Phone HE 9-2242 J and profits of the above described A. H. 19(2.Official I FlatMAEALLEN A. n SiT tb" 11th day of June
property (provided however, ( Seal) E. A. SMYTH I 1227 Meridian St. (Official Seal
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 that the Mortgagor shall be entitled Clerk of said Circuit Court I i SFrances Mathews I I Clerk )of Bald E. A. SMYTHE
to collect and retain the said By Julia R. Harvey, 1227 Meridian St.. Apt. No. 5 By Julia Circuit Court
or ID 7.3517 rents Issues, and profits until de Deputy Clerk ,I Anderson Ind. R. Harvey
fault hereunder) ; and all fixtures June 13-20-27 St July 4-4to June 13-20-27 & July 4-4tc June 13-20-27 A July Deputy t erk



Thursday July 4 1963 THE FLAGLER TKlBUNE UUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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u-- DOLLAR.W1SE, AND QUALITY-WISE YOU GET MORE.
RE FOR YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU BUY HERE. JUST
WATCH THE PENNIES THAT YOU SAVE MOUNT UP.
DON'T TAKE JUST OUR WORD FOR IT---PROVE OUR
p N CLAIM TO YOURSELF.

U.S.CHOICE U.S. CHOICE

SIRLOIN NE STEAK Ib 98*

Lean -Meaty

STEAK Ib 89' STEW BRISKET 3 Ibs $100 1 1Lean






Western Armour Star ,
PORKCHOPS wT Ib 69* BAKING ((4-6 'lb Avg.)

:Cuts First, ib: 39'? HENS Ib 39


LYKES SUGAR CREEK .(Half or Whole)


HAM ... Ib 49c
.l a o ,a a

Swift'ning 3 Ib Tin Our Value or Oak Hill Brand No. 303 Canea.

Sw Shortening 38' TOMATOES '10*

(Limit (5) with Food Order Please)
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Stokely's BARTLETT (Halves) 303 Can
Gold Medal (Plain or Self Ruing) Maxwell HouseINSTANT PEARS 4 $1
I. for
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FLOUR 5 39
Bag COFFEE Swift's OZ (11 oz. Jar) -_-
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

Our DAIRY M Size 10 n. .$119 I Peanut 2 9
Packed in Corning gARTIETT PEAS Buffer
Glass Coffee Maker
Sun Spun (1 Ib Qtrs.) Van Camp'sLEO N n

0 2 for 35* Pork & BEANS 2 for 049

Kraft Delux AMERICAN SLICEDCHEESE 12 oz. '

Pkc.49 BREAKFAST HICKORY BRAND BACON SLICED r 1 IUU All Gift FREE;d'-

with purchase of
fflfSHEST FRODUCl I \ 1 I lb. C $2.00 or more FRESH PRODUCE
Cede Pkg.n 3 9 (And This Coupon) ,
Coupon Void After July 6, 1963
Golden Ripe I Ib g i
BANANA
IA A FREE EXTRAGift
Ripe Sweet Ga. lUll Gift Bond 1 00 Bond
', STAMPS STAMPS
PEACHESSweet fOe
.: : with purchase of with 13.00 or more
California '" 1 Qt. AEROWAX Food order.
(And This Coupon) .(And This Coupon)
P L U MS., 2 f{). 49c Coupon Void After July 6, 1963 Coupon Void After '
,
July 6 1963
Juicy Calif.
LEMONS DO,. 39C


Clark's IjJDIi CHOPPED FROZEN Treats .LI'J'N' *fR 1ti

SIRLOIN STEAKS (Pkg. of Five 89CSunkist
Frozen 6 oz.Can (Ass't Flavors) OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
8:00 a.ml:00 U.s.No.1 BUNNELL
FRUIT PUNCH Each lOc QUANTITY RIGHTS p.m. RESERVED PRICES GOOD JULY 5 and 6, 1963



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I <: EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 4, 1968

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YOUTH COUNCIL roots become too dry, or don't Increased by dividing old plants) pot before using again.To .
qa'lJen uoIuJa let them become water soggy. into several Individual crowns I halt leaf spot or nail head
DIRECTORS TO
or rosettes and potting themin rust, try spraying the plants
MEET SATURDAY , ,i (By Hervey Sharpe) Light-colored spots on the separate containers. with 1.1/8 tablespoon of 50 percent
leaves are caused by cold water
The regular business meeting,: African violet are like June ; on the leaf. If you must surface Violets are rather sensitive to I wettable. Captain per gal

of the Flagler County Youth brides-they thrive on love and I water the plants, use luke light. With insufficient light,i lon of water.Venezuela's

Council will be held at the Civic tender care. warm water. Remember, plantsrot plants make vigorous growth j I

Center Saturday, July 6, at 7:30P. : I'' 'I off at the soil surface becauseof but produce few or no flowers. ]i i Angel Falls,
) M. These meetings are for Since bi'ides-young and old-, excess water or too much fer Grow the plants in a bright' which plunges more than 3,000

all parents as well as director: have mastered the subtle art of tilizer. I window or In full sunlight dur- j I feet, was discovered in 1935

All Interested, persons are urged enticing attention, 'here are The amount of plant food depends ing the winter, but in the sum. : when an American soldier of
the
to attend. tips that will keep plant life on the size of the plant. mer place the 'plants on a north i fortune named Jimmy Angel
Officers of the Council said In the home happy.
The size plant requiresno window sill
average I or Just out of the I
'situation Is seri-
the r chaperone Unless you are trying to divorce more than a teaspoon of a sun's reach In other locations.The searching i
p and unles solved soon the yourself from two living I 6-6-6 (NPK) fertilizer every three I best temperature for
have to
'
klv activities may
:'Parents who can't beauties, don't dash cold wateron weeks or four months.To i Salntpaulias Is 60 to 62 degrees
suspended.
the bride or an African violet. keep the plant happily I at night and 70 to 75 In the
meeting are
attend this next Both like to sip their liquids blooming, re-pot the violets an daytime.
: : to are urgedto
willing chaperone
nually. For a re-potting mixture,
call Mrs. Freda Deen at once slowly.A Insects like the tender plants.To .
I University of Florida horticulturists
and give her dates they, will wick extended from the t bottom recommend a mixture of control mealybugs use an

serve. '. of 'the pot is a good way 1/3 peat, leaf mold or rotted equal quantity of alcohol and

"More than 200 of our teen to offer the plant a drink. Plac manure, 1/3 sand and 1/3 good I water. Armed with a small paint

agers have membership cards In ing the pot in a dish of waterIs I garden loam. Add about 1/2 brush full of this mixture, seek

Youth Council and the Saturday also acceptable. > 'cup of superphosphate to each! out the mealybug and touch
night attendance for the past him with the brush-do not wet
Violets ,like medium amountsof half bushel of this soil mixture.
year has averaged around 105. the plant with the solution,
moisture. So, don't let their
The conduct of our young people There are two pop ar speciesof Mites cause a stunting of the

Is very commendable, less African violetsproperlyknown i' plant, poor growth and few

than one per cent of them have as Salntpaulias. The flowers Mite-infested plants I

I ever had to be corrected. Adults ionantha has reddish-brown,i should be discarded, because the
must help If they feel this Is hairy leaves and light violet. insect is very difficult to con .i

worthwhile community project ). r l Lt ItV colored flowers. The species ke- trol.. ffI

' ," members of the" council ({ caT wensls has green leaves with Crown rot is !the worst dis :I '

j, said. white hairs. There are several ease. It can turn the center of

i varieties with blue, lavender, your prized violet into a decayed ii I
it .I THE BUG AND I . Little
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;t YOUTH COUNCIL pink or white flowers. mass. There is no control I
HELEN RILE Billy nenninger, 7, of Lowell
WORKSHOP For an Indoor project this once the disease hits. Destroy j Ohio, although be plays with
: Tangy Taite Tip the rest of the diseased plant,.I butterflies, bees, and wasps, has
Youth Council has voted to summer, propagate Saintpaullas
For simple dessert or snack, discard the soil and sterilize the never! been Itun,.
send three student officers to soften an 8-ounce package of by means of leaf petiole cut. ---
:I "Florida Youth Workshop"held cream cheese and stir In some tings Simply cut a leaf with

at:the Universlt yof Florida snipped dates. Shape Into a roll, one or two inches of its petiole NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
I from July 15 to July 19. chill and garnish with whole dates attached; stick the petiole in
This Is a program of the Florida for serving with crackers.For moist sand, vermiculite, or a fire insurance policies' we write still give the same

Institute provided by the nippy mornings, heat some mixture of sand and peat. dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
canned halves of
cling
State to aid and train leaders with honey and a sprinkling peaches of I With luck, roots will form at coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very

from teenage organizations. En. cinnamon. Serve as a breakfast the base of the petiole In four little extra costRemember

rollment is limited to 350. fruit with sausage and eggs. I to six weeks. Soon after that a
H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
Mike Hornsby, Sharon Town. After-the-game parties eaa small rosette of leaves will appear
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
with casserole of cooked
score a
send and Betty Lynn Bourne When well rooted, the
noodles, cream of chicken soup, or stop in soon for full details.H. .
will represent Flagler County wedges of olives and cut-up piecesof cutting can be potted in a four-
Yduth Councils. The organization cooked chicken. Inch container.It T. COOK AGENCYPhone
will pay expenses of the takes about six to eight 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo.

delegates for that week, it was Helen's Favorite: months to produce good flowering .

J st ted. Onion Herb Bread plant from a.cutting. The -- -

(Serves I.') number of plants also may be A ,

': FLAGLER WOMAN'S 1 cop biscuit mix ... . . .. . ..
CLUB LIBRARY Z eggs .. . .. .. . . .". rI'NrJ' 24 HourWrecker -Sl...,

i About a year ago Isla Kester % cup milk r O. F. ALFORDReglsteted } ServiceFlagler

took four books, waved a wand, Z onion tablespoons Instant minced

and before you could say "Pa. 8 ounces cream cheese Real tateBrOker
perbacks" conjured up the Flag. cup crumbled blue cheese Truck & Tractor Co.
ler Woman's Club Library. Even I teaspoon fines berbes Bunnell Florida

Merlin, the great magician, had In a mixing bowl, 'combine ._.......... . . .:... . ._. ............. MASSEY-FERGUSON
to work at his art. Mrs. Kester biscuit mix, I ell milk and ,.. -- Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
spent many an hour arranging 1 tablespoon onion; beat welL PAl PARK R'S. INC.
Turn Into weil-greased 8-inch 1 VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
j and cataloguing books that were pan and spread evenly. Beat t I Automotive Specialty Center
so generously contributed by cream cheese with remainingegg IlAKRH!' REI.INEU,1.: S Owner Bunnell, Florida
I PART ANI LABor
friends, strangers and Boy until softened; stir In remaining KORUCIIKVHOLETI'LYMOVTHOTIIKHH .
Scouts. onion, blue cheese and 'I' $19.IM ,- ----- -- --
Gen. Lucius B. Clay accompanied fines herbes. Spread over biscuit :40 Mason Ave. DaytonaCommunity
mix layer. Bake In a hot
President his
Kennedy on
(425F,>)> oven 20 to 25 minutes.
I trip abroad. Drew Pearson implies
Cut Into squares and serve hot.
that the military idol has t Lilr

feet of clay in more ways, than A new marinade for broiler-fry

... one. In our library are both, ers uses 1 cup catsup, V4 cup Memorial Church .
article and Clay's book "De syrup from peaches. V4 cup salad <
cision In Germany." Why not oil Mi cup vinegar and a dash of 1 a l.ter-4e..I..U. ; "

read and make your own de. tabasco sauce I, AIR CONDITIONED i :'i;. :.. -
vision about Clay Put slices of ham under the Dayton AT.. ,,, i' fft
.
broiler with this
creamy new ; ;:
My friend Sandspur says "Bet. blanket, soured cream halves of FLAGLER BEACH 1'
ter 'dead than not well-read" seeded Tokay grapes and a bit of Sunday School 10:00 A.M. _ I'fOifi'1\ :

porothy Homans. horseradish.LUMBER Church Service 11:00: A.M.
Y'
R. W. DICKERT, Pastor
EVERYONE WBLCOMR


- In days of old, the town Th. newspaper Is a most "

;I 1" x 4" Thru 12" PETERSON TEXACO I crier often could stand In efficient, reliable and respected -

; No. 5 WESTERN PONDEROSA PINE on. spot and the sound of reporter of community
SERVICE his vole would to events.
FARM USE carry
FOR
IDEAL .
't ROAD SERVICE vtry horn In the community. And, through the medium

,' .. Per Thousand Square Feet Light Mechanical Work This, of court, Is not true of advertising, It provides a
'i $7500 Phone 437-3441: Bunnell today. Even If our community valuable service to both the

': .t.A AI !II...... were not so "spread out," merchant and the consumer.

;: :', :: Alexander Lumber Co. the noises of the modem age How about you? Have you

SERVICEALL about us would defeat the gotten around to checking
Daytona Beach, Florida CL-24614 TV most diligent shorter. the ads In this Issue for the

MAKES Today, there are oth.r bargains offered by local
methods of communication stores?
Agent For and more efficient methods See for yourself-donl

HOMEA. of disseminating news and wait for someone to come
CRAIG FUNERAL RCA & PHILCO
Information. around and tell you about It.

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
Funeral Director
A. !L CRAIO.
AND INSTALLED
JOHN HARDIN. Associate
,<' TUBES TESTED FREE y"r "IIW!
I OXYGEN Trade at HOWIea _
LADY EQUIPPED ..i......!!* :
C' i mmONED I I olros
CHAPEL ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES TV Bob


Phone ID 7-3532 FLAGLER BEACH

PHONE HE 9-2204
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