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Flagler Tribune
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Flagler Tribune
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Outstanding I' Secondary Roads I High School I I Pioneer Citizen I I Atkinson and

Farmer Award I Given Priority (Queen' Contest !, Observes 79th i Peavy ElectedCommissioners

To C. H. Cowart I I I II County Board I Saturday Night j: Birth AnniversaryErnest I

C. H. Cowart of the Haw Creek ,I Monday the Board of County The Sixth Annual Miss Bun. Howell V. Peavy and Harry

Community has been selected j I Commissioners selected and as I nell High Contest will be atj j Atkinson were elected In Tues
as the Outstanding Conservation' signed priorities for proposed 8 o'clock In the Bunnell Gym day's election to fill the two

Farmer for 1962 by the Board : secondary roads to be built In on Saturday night. The contestIs I City Commission posts up for

of Supervisors of the Flagler I I the county. sponsored by Tri-lii-Y. Mrs. election in Bunnell this year. I'

Soil Conservation District, Til- I: Priority rebuilding of Railroad JoAnn Crews will be master of .4 Incumbent Peavy was reelected ,

man W. Robinson, director of St. from north city limits ceremonies. for another two-year term
I'to intersection with U. S. Highway I
the service, said today. I after serving the past two
.I 1 in Bunnell. i Prior to the contest, a banquet years.
will be given In the school Atkinson had previously serveda "
Cowart was selected over several Priority resurfacing that I '
cafeteria for the candidates two-year term which expired
other nominees for this part of Old Dixie Highway from' ,
their dates and the Fol two years ago. lie was elected
honor, Robinson said, "for his Korona south to Volusia County
outstanding achievement In the I lowing the contest, a dance will ,I a Tuesday for another two-year

establishment and maintenanceof line.Priority 3-Old Kings Road I be at the Community Center. j c term.
For several grading and paving from Intersection Contstants will be Judged on'' r Others running were Incumbent

Improved pasture. the Idea with State Highway 111'' Christian character, poise lead. ; Levi L. Brannam, Sr., who I
he has,
years promoted south to county line. received 133 votes Leslie Pache
ershlp ability, scholarship, and' ; I
that good pasture grasses Inter. Priority extension of Highway 1 personality. :; I who received 84 votes; and '
planted with white clover and 304 from intersection with
Miss Grace Steflik Miss Bun. W. Johnston, Sr., Flag.I; Spencer White received 72 votes.
properly fertilized and State Highway 11 In Haw Creekto I
I nell High winner last and Peavy received 216 and Atkin.
,tamed was the answer to a an Intersection with U. S. year ler County's first Sheriff and I 152.
now a student at the Universityof Bunnell first Town Marshall son
year-round grazing program In Highway 1 at Dupont First workto ,
Flagler County. Cowart has I be1 asked for on this road Is Florida In Gainesville will celebrated his 79th birthday anniversary The straw ballot on the ques !
for survey, rights of way acquisition be here to crown the new Miss on February 27. tion of selling liquor within the
made this Idea ,pay off by putting
and Bunnell city limits of Bunnell on Sunday I
If Into practice." bridge building. High. Mr. Johnston, who has beena
Several membres of the board Judges will be Mrs. Viola j patient in the local hospitalfor resulted' In 193 votes against :
Cowart will be presented aBanker's
together with Board Attorney Tonkin, Mrs. Nana i the past several months, and 177 votes for t
the Chairman Award of Certificate the Board by of H. T. Cook are meeting with. I I Mrs. Reynold IIIlsenbeck'l, j was visited by members of his A total of 379 votes were cast
state road board officials to
present out of 513
a registration.
Church and Wickline.
George !
family and friends throughoutthe
Supervisors and- Charles Creal, Flagler county's request. I
President of Citizens Bank of The rebuilding of the Old Ii day. lie has recovered suf.

Bunnell on March 23 at the Dis Brick Road (S.13) from Espanola I i ficiently
trict's, cooperator meeting. to Bunnell should get underway Clubs Sponsor I 307 East Moody Blvd. Monday
soon as the State Road afternoon.Mr. .

Board received bids on the Job I I Benefit Movies Johnston was born atCartersvllle. Pentecostal
February 19. The low bid was north of Pelllcer
Hews and CommentBy made by Manley Construction The Idlewood Club and the Creek, and was the son of the Church Now OnRev.

for $198,805.94. They have 110 1'I Bunnell Lions Club are sponsor. I late Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Johnston, John L. Llngold
( Eula Fuller) days to complete the work. ing two benefit picture shows who moved to, what Is now pastorof
My i guess Is Miss Spring will Mrs. Betty Nice, finance officerin i this month at the Bunnell I the Pentecostal Holiness
state Civil Defense headquarters Flagler County In the late 1800'1'1 I I Church of Bunnell, announced
be the most welcome young I(Theatre. Proceeds will be used]
lady 'on the Flagler County explained (to the board I I I by the clubs on their charity]They resided on the Johnston I today the revival services now
scene this year. matching, Federal funds available projects."TheaPajama. 'homestead about five miles west In progress at the church, will

I. : Jor' C&,,expense--: .'_ Cat ie; .musl- oi...Bunnell... ; on> Highway 100.. continue through-Sunday, March
Now 'that' the campaign for Heard Aldrich Peeples, chairman : al Comedy( starring Dorl$ Dad, t,, Mr. Johnston' 1 was St. JohnsCounty /17. 1

the city elections Is over, how of the Board' of County will be on Tuesday evening, Deputy Sheriff several First services were held at

about I let's'.wage a "clean-up, Commissioners of Putnam County March 19. years, and when Flagler Countywas the New Church, which is located
paint p" campaign. spokesman for the five man On Tuesday, March 26, will created In 1917 he was Just off Deen Road, last I
I board present, requesting cooperation be "No Time for "
I ; Sargeants, a named to serve as the first Saturday when the District Con.
of the Flagler boardin ,
I comedy starring Andy Grlfith.
Sheriff of the County. Since that
The; Bunnell Lions, Club, votedat asking the State Road Department Tickets for the two shows terence was held there. Representatives i
time he has served numberof
their recent meeting to assist !to erect adequate traf- may be secured from members I a from Jacksonville, 1
In sponsoring the Dale flee signs on Highway 100 to IR j of the clubs. The Idlewood Club years as Sheriff, Assistant Winter Haven, Hastings, Green
Carnegie Course.Bandmaster.' !95 Interchange with Highway 11J!i will also have a snack bar at I Game Warden, and Flagler I Cove Springs, Orlando, Palatka, "
land on to intersection with AlA :j both showings. I:County Judge. He retired from attended the conference.An .
,fJ.I at Flagler Beach. r ''the judges office in 1956.: all-day sing was held I
1 t e r Morris Received a petition from rest- Mr. Johnston is the father of there Sunday with over 200 at
and the Band Parents are busy
dents of Park RegistrationKindergarten
five children: Albert B. Johns.
tending. The revival began
these days checking the list to
see that all details have been for drainage that work. It. I ton, Carlton Johnston, Mrs. H. T. with the evening service Sundayand

completed in preparation for the was are agreed to secure property easement owners fot I Cook, Walton Johnston, and will be held nightly throughthe

Band Trip to the Cherry Blos drainage ditch before work can I Daniel Johnston, all of Bunnell. 17th. different speaker
som Festival., They leave April be done. I Pupils Is 'March I lie had five sisters, Mrs. Mat will be present each night, with

4th and return April 7. Authorized the clerk to write The registration' for kinder. I tie Pelllcer, Mrs. Kate Bankston, special group singing

Through the cooperation of a letter to C. G. Varn regardinga I garten pupils beginning In Sep. I and Mrs. Letty Copeland, all of The Church was organizedhere
Bill Vaughn, who has been most' !
Bunnell. Mrs. Mollle of
road Spencer
across a leading tember about two and
will be held at the kindergarten years ago
helpful, Walter has arranged for I toward ocean from Highway AlA I I'I Orlando, and the late Mrs. Minnie the began work the
the Band Students to make several rooms on Monday, group on
near old Hansen Place. Deen of Bunnell. He had
March 11 church building which Just
educational tours of the and Tuesday, March was
I Agreed to the State
request I 12 from 2 to 4 one brother the late Isham completed in time for the Conference
Capital City and visit many Game and Fresh Water Fish P.M., Kindergarten
place of historical interest. I Commission to declare an area Teacher Frances Wads. Johnston of Bunnell. last week.
lie resides at his horn
Congressman Billy Matthewsand worth
from ocean to intracoastal waterway announced today.
his assistants have also and from Marlneland to The pupil assignment office at Moody Boulevard where he and
made +arrangements for the i "Lehigh" as a bird sanctuary. the court house will be open until I his wife, the late Mrs. Mable I Flagler Beachvlayor's
Band !to give a concert In frontof 4:30: each afternoon so the I Fink Johnston, resided for many
the Capitol during their stayin years. RaceA
assignments blanks be
Washington.Had I may

High School Band completed.The health. blanks may be Fashion Show Close One

a nice letter Saturday Concert TodayThe taken care of any Monday at March 29 at George Wlckllne was reelected -
from former resident Jim Camp the Flagler County Health Department GymThe Mayor of Flagler Beach

who is Director of Continuity at annual Winter Concert by or by a private doctor. Idlewood Club is sponsor by a margin of four votes in
WRUF, saying he always looks the Bunnell High School Band Children who will be five years Ing a Fashion Show on March Tuesday's election. He received

forward to Friday( that Is Tribune will be held In Flagler Gym. old on or before December 31 29 In the Bunnell High School 179 votes while Charles Rockett

,Day In Gainesville) and nasium Thursday evening, (today are eligible to begin in Septem Gym. The show will be for the received 175 .S. J. Meigs received
expressing his Interest and of ). March 7, at 8 P. M. ber. benefit of the Band's Trip to the 17 votes.

fering encouragement for the This will be the last time the Those pupils who have completed Cherry Blossom Festival. In the commissioners
new feature, "News and Com.ments" . band will be heard In concert the registration the pupil The show will be panorama ofa Thomas Duncan was reelected race,
column! Among a number
of other comments he said before going to Washington, assignment blanks at the bride's trousseau Including at. with a vote of 279. R. R Mosbywas
the BHS GIrls's team picture D. C., for the National Cherry courthouse, and have a health tendants, mother of the bride. elected with a total of 224

last week had him matching Blossom Festival Parade in examination, will be given a Also sizes, spring and also fashions What the for Well all votes. Dave Dobson received 169

faces with memories of parents early April.A time to visit Kindergarten this Dressed Chaperone will wear to votes.

-Eisenbach, Wyndham, Blakelyand special number, the Blue Spring, Mrs. Wadsworth said. the Cherry Blossom Festival. Incumbent Leonard Moody received
others. He said he "Justcouldn't and the Gray, written for the Parents are reminded to bring Models will include Band Parents I a total of 151 votes. In.

resist knocking" out the one hundredth observance of I the birth certificate with them and Idlewood Club mem 'cumbent Harry Treadwell whose

"Memory Column. Of course Civil War will be featured on for the registration. No blankscan bers. term was also expiring did not
you don't have /to use It: butI the program. Other numbers be completed without the Hair styles will be furnished run for re-election.

wonder what recollections" other will include Welsh Folk Suite; birth certificate.The through the courtesy of Justin Other Candida runningwere
might have! We
highlights from The King and I, and Rea's.Black's .
R. M. Anderson who
are carrying the column in this got
Never on Sunday, The Bells of University of Florida of. Flower Shop will furnish
issue of the paper. It really did the flowers and the Dance 87 votes and William Shropshirewho
bring back a lot of memories.We St Mary's plus a Sousa march fers 11 closed circuit television Band will furnish the music. received 146 votes. ,

enjoyed It very much and and selected numbers conductedby courses for academic credit in Fashions and door prizes will A total of 375 votes were cast

hope you do. Thanks Jim, for Student Conductors: Mike I I French, journalism, humanities, be furnished by Colony Casualsof in Tuesday's election out of a
The Memories." I I Cook and Sharon Townsend. and chemistry. Daytona Beach. total of 525 registered.


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25 Idlewood I.V TilE COUNTY Jl'I' >GH'!S COURT
Thursday, April ,
I Club, vs. First Baptist Church. FLORIDA. FILM _
Friday, April 26, V. F. W. vs. DAVID STEVENSON Deceased.

I First Methodist Church. FINAL NOTICE:

Thursday, May 2,,V. F. W., VB'j Notice Is hereby on the given 18th that day the of

I Idlewood Club. February A. D. 19U. filed a final
I Ii accounting of her administration of
i Friday, May 3, First Baptist: i iI the estate of David Stevenson, deceased
. : Church First Methodist and notice Is further given
; I vs that after publication of this notice
; 'i Church. i I once each week for four con-
secutive weeks application'will be
Thursday, May 9, All Stars vs.
made to the Honorable T. K. Mc
METHODIST CHURCH MEETS First Baptist Church.. Knight County Judge of Flagler
Midget League Champs. Prompt Service
I I Florida, for the
IDLEWOOD CLUB TODAY Thursday, March 14, First Baptist County. approvalof
Thursday, May 16, Wadsworth said accounting and for final
The First Methodist Church I Church, vs. Idlewood Club. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH L'. discharge Off the undersigned as
Lumber Co. vs. All Stars. I executrix said I estate.
will meet the Idlewood Club In Friday, March 15, V. i!. W. va.I I
Bunnell Midget League season's First Methodist Church. Flagler SON STRIPLING

opener Game time will be 4:15: I Thursday, March 21, V. F. W., IDlewood 7-3282 I As of David Executrix Stevenson of the Estate

and all games will be played vs. Idlewood Club. BASEBALL TRYOUT THIS I BunnelL Florida Deceased.

Friday March 22, First Baptist' SATURDAY FOR BOYS 13.16 'i ... Feb. 21-27 &. March U-4tc
Thursdays and Fridays.All -- ---- -- - -- -
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games will five inningsor Church, vs. First Methodist'I (By Buzzy McKnight) ........

one hour and 15 minutes. Church. A tryout for all boys ages FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Batters for the season's open. Thursday, March 28, Idlewood 13 through 16 will be held at

er will be Glen Carle and Mike Club, vs. First Methodist Church. 10 o'clock Saturday morning at ,

Barber for the church team. Friday, March 29, First Bap. the Hillcrest field in Flagler AMBULANCE

For the Idlewood Club it will tilt Church, vs. V. F. W. Beach. I I : SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4-1625

be Jib McNab and Billy Bar- Thursday, April 4, Idlewood The team will be entered in I ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

ber. Friday's game will have: Club, vs. First Baptist Church. 'the Babe Ruth League of either

the VFW meeting the first Baptist : Friday, April 5, First Methodist Holly Hill or Ormond Beach and I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

Church. Batters will be I Church, vs. V. F. W. will consist of 15 players. So far I are always at your service with promptness safety and !

Paul Barrow and Pee Wee Rob. Thursday, April 11, First nine players have signed up to I! experience

inson for the Veterans. For the Methodist Church, vs. First Bap. play, and at least 10 more should j

Church it will be Bobby Robin. tist Church. come out this week. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

son and Gordon Worley. Friday, April 12, Idlewood For the boys who plan to par-

Club vs. V. F. W. ticipate, the only personal equip I Garcia Funeral HomeP.

Thursday, April 18, Idlewood ment needed will be gloyes and
Club, vs. First Methodist Church. !shoes. All catching equipment,
Spring Baseball Schedule I ;
Friday, April 19 V. F. W. vs I bats, balls, uniforms, etc will : LADY ASSISTANT

Thursday March 7, First First Baptist Church. be furnished by the team. I (".'.- .... ..... ."M"."..,/'.-.-,/'...............".....,,".".".."."i
Methodist Church, vs. Idlewood j

Friday, March 9, V. F. W. vs.



Apartment 105
2100 Fort Street

You Montreal are hereby 25. Canada notified that & Get real buy!
ult hal been filed against you in a cagey
the above entitled cause; and you '
are hereby required to rlihr.o'8'O answer v
with. the Clerk t
and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address is: -- ,

Daytona Beach, Floridanot
later than April 8, A. D. 1963.
If you fall. to do 10, decree pro
confesao will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of '
aid suit being for divorce. .IIEII
WITNESS my hand and teal of
aid Court this 6th day of MarchA.
D. 1963.OmcIal .
( Peal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
Dy Julia It Harvey,



VII. 1/'
Defendant. ___
Mrs. Jean Braden Swap for a Falcon and i

Rt.Frultland.9.\ Box. Ontario 10. Canada savel Choose from 15 4 I

You are hereby notified that a fun-loving '63 Falcon ---- -
suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you wagons, convertibles, ,1
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'g0 answer and sedans, Including
with the t,
and to serve a copy thereof upon America's lowest-
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, priced
whose name and address Is: 6-passenger h
RAY SELDEN sedan \
Helden Building '
Daytona Beach Florida Bud M t comparlaon of l'l'INInu'.ctu
not later than April I /Ii. A. D. 1963. ,.,,'tuggcittd rtttUDricti f.
If you fall to do so, decree pro for can comparably
confesso will be entered against lQulp,,".
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
aid suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of Trade now for a handsome -
aid Court this 6th day of March, new middleweight
A. 1>. 1963.
(Official Heal) E. A. SMYTHE Fairlanel Big-
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey, car advantages at
Deputy Clerk. compact cost. Nine'
March 7.14-21-28,4to
The Board of Commissioners of new middleweightwagons
the East Flagler Mosquito Control and hardtops.
District will receive sealed bids at
their office, located In the home

of miles Lyman north L.of Gage Flagler about Beach seven and I II Save on a big Ford I

on Road AlA until 2:00: p.m., Enjoy Ford Galaxie's
e. .. t, Thursday, March 14, 1963
at which time and place the bid new $10 Million Ride _
will be publicly opened, for furnishing I l I in a luxurious sedan
One new 3/4 cubic yard drag hardtop, wagon, or
line and one new 1/. yard
Hendrix TS Dragline bucket.To i convertible all wltliI' -- - --
be offered as trade-in service-saving features -
one Model K-12 Iniley I'
Crawler Dragline purchased !
In 19S4, with dragline
Bids must be In sealed envelope
plainly marked "Sealed Bid forDragline. r.ojie.
." or in the event a bid
Is submitted for the dragline
bucket the envelope shouldbe

Specifications and bid form may
be obtained from Mr. Lyman L..
Oage, It. F. D. No. 1. Box 172. St.Augustine .
Florida: Telephone Dumber .
Flagler Beach HE 9-20S8.
The Board of Commissioners .reserves .
the right to reject any or "

Board of Commissioner
Flagler Mosquito District
rile County, Florida. IDlewood 7-3301 BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Feb. 28 & March 7. 1963-2tc




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Tall Buildings in financial, and Industrial cent r.-I Gardening- In Florida greening up winter:weary lawns and disease resistance. -
Skyscrapers ring the Piazza del I according to Allen Wilson, turf Methods of planting are sod,

Some CountriesNot Duo m 0, overshadowding the (By Kerrey Sharpe) specialist with the Florida Agricultural sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the
massive Milan Cathedral.The I Extension Service. answer to an immediate ground
A frosted lawn is like a cake
pride of Milan is the 31. I cover. Grass plugs cover about
WelcomedThe both have been exposed to icing. Some folks like to crew-cut >>>
story Pirelli Building a graceful their lawn by shaving oft the one-third the area that the
skysctaper has been elevated flattened hexagon. It is supported j You may get rid of the cake dead debris of the big freeze. equivalent amount of sprigs
to an International status by only six large "tree icing by melting it in your But, remember, that scalping is will cover.
symbol. From Caracas mouth. But mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
Hong columns which permit interior
open for the Indians or the professionals Sprigging is the economical
Kong no metropolis worthy of; and isn't a practical life
tapered end
with method. Sprig the slower grow.
so, scalp reservation
the name dares do without at walls. I saving practice since it might
ing zoysia 4 to 6
or you might return your grasses on *
least one tall building.But Even conservative cause sand solic.
very Spain accepts lot back to a sand bed. If you inch centers. Other grasses will
like hot dogs and supermarkets skyscrapers. The 37-story I A better approach to revivinga have already made this mistake, give full cover in one season if
American skyscrapersmeet Tower of Madrid dying lawn is to make like
a showplace,
then consider planting a new set on 8 to 12-inch centers.
a mixed reception abroad combines a dog with fleas-scratch. Proper
under one roof 14 I lawn. Plenty of water and monthly
the National Geographic Society floors of office space, 125 apartments application of a lawn rake will application of 3 pounds of ammonium *
They both loved and remove the winter-killed leaves,! There's no ideal grass. The
says. are a vast garage, a theater, nitrate 1,000
loathed. clippings from last fall and other zoysias have won acclaim for I per square
a bank a restaurant, and a dozen feet of lawn will urge the grassto
debris texture, but require much care
Steel and that prevent
glass towers are shops. green '
rising all over London, stimulating Forest of Skyscrapers shoots from making a rapid] and good soil. Centlped is "poor spread at top speed.

an inevitable spate of indignant South America has been receptive showing.If I man's" grass that does well on :'
letters to The Times. to skyscrapers for years, the grass was tall when I sandy soil with little fertilizerand
The Archiblshop of Cantebury developing an individual Latin frosted brown you may remove i few mowings. '
himself was nu>ved to protest a style in tall buildings. A forestof some dead "fodder" with a lawn- St. Augustine rates good but
planned 27-story structure. The skyscrapers built on coffee mower prior to raking. is ravaged by chinch bugs. Common *
prelate among others, feared and manufacturing fortunes Next, give the grass some food Bermuda is fine textured 'I A beam of light powerful
the building would overshadow dominates the skyline of Sao and water. The experts say to tolerates salty spray but requires I enough to intercept and vapor.
St. Paul's Cathedral. Paulo, Brazil. It has more than apply about a pound of nitrogen much work and consider >i ire an intercontinental ballistic
British traditionalists reserve 1,000 buildings over 10 stories I per 1,000 square feet of starving able fertilizer. The Bahia grasses I 1 missile is a definite posslblllty-
most of their wrath for a new high. : grass. This means about 12% form a loose !turf that takes con : perhaps within a few years-a
30-story hotel. They fear that Twin 30-story !towers of the 1 pounds of an 8-8.8 analysis fertilizer stant mowing to keep seed i University of Florida professor
impertinent guests will be able Simon Bolivar Center In Caracas I or as little as 3 poundsof stalks down. I predicts.
to peer down into the sacrosanct are the commercial and social 33 percent super strength am. A new grass Is Floratlne St. : William T. Fagen professorof
private gardens of Buckingham center of the Venezulean capl I monium nitrate. Augustine. It was developed by' electrical engineering and an
Palace. tal. An open-air plaza and terraces When in doubt about the I the Florida Agricultural Expert authority on maser beams said
Cathedral Sackcloth between the two skyscrap strength of the fertilizer, apply I ment Stations and is available' their possibilities "strain even
In Manchester, England two era offer a dramatic setting for small amounts so you won't from most turf growers. the most rampant speculations..
20-story office blocks will tower fiestas and the traditional night. singe the grass with caustic fer :I I Floratlne is a, close Fagen made this prediction be.
over a 15th-century cathedral.The ly promenade. tilizer. To prevent bums, be growing type that covers the fore engineers from some 20
architects maintain that Overcrowded Hong Kong is sure to sprinkle the grass after ground rapidly and forms an ex. I states who attended the 11th annual
the modern structures will forma building !tall apartment buildings feeding It. Ample water and I cellent sod. Four-year tests Seminar on Spectroscopy,
pleasing "backcloth" for the and bulky "resettlement warm weather are important in 1 show that it's superior in weed I held on the campus.
English Gothic edifice. blocks"-swathed I n bamboo

Across the Channel, Paris until scaffolding a dizzy rate. *
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recently' adhered loosely to Skyscrapers serve as headquarters -
the medieval tradition that no for many banks insurance "
building should be higher than companies, and shipping firms. T\flHHVT8T1ltr\ <* WMSjBr Pf .
the principal church. But tall I The only oriental style structure JSaSa Phon m< lot t ffl

slabs are beginning to poke visible on the port's sky *si* / j *y
above the historic rooftops of line is a graceful pagoda rising *
Paris. Parisians are especially from an amusement park. 7; ;Busy days are breezy days when the phone is where you, are; *

dubious about a proposed 50 twhether it's' kitchen, bedroom or Florida room. Convenient. extend)
story building that would standon NO GRADUATION DAY 11"iy
the site of the Montparnassee FOR 1985 HIGH SCHOOLSThe i2On phoneco? >:n : in many- piety calo a-are so economical.. tooT
railroad station. They say it will American high school program your Telephone jj ri
[Call T Business Office for details.v < 9
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spoil vistas in the open, expansive of 4985 will bear little resemblance ',
city.A to that of today if the
Swedish writer bitterly said education system keeps abreastof > *V'* *
of Stockholm's skyscrapers: "I technological advances and Southern tell +
have never seen such ravage in awakens to the needs of society,
this city." says University of Florida educator

But in Rotterdam Holland, Kimball Wiles. t*
the many modern buildingsrose In a new book published this
with a minimum of controversy month by Prentice-Hall Dr. filir'iI.I Lift
because they occupiedsites Wiles predicts high school 1958 ;,,.' ,
laid fiat by World War II will have no graduation days, P.Y ,
tlr -
bombs. no teachers with less than a
Bustling Milan welcomes sky. master's degree and no "unit of
1 scrapers. Called the New York I redid" system for courses as we ,
1. of Italy, Milan is a commercial, ]know It. ,

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In days of old, the town The newspaper Is a most
crier often could stand in efficient, reliable and respected -
one spot and the sound of reporter of community
his vole would carry to events.
very home In the community. And, through the medium sr
This, of course, Is not true of advertising, it provides a t 1
I today. Even If our community valuable service to both the '/
; were not so "spread out," merchant and the consumer. III ;4
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Walking For Fun Development of

As PresidentsSets Flagler WatershedThe II I .
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The Pace following questions have f
been raised and answers pro.
Americans who bravely set vided regarding the Haw Creek ;
out on 50-mile hikes these days Watershed: ,
are fortified by encouragementfrom May the Watershed be divided .a....
at least three Presidentsand into segments and each treated
a major poet. separate during the construe. !; RIFTV BUYS
Thomas Jefferson declared, Hon phase? I
"Of all exercises walking is the Yes, Insofar as each separate
best. Theodore Roosevelt, a part is an independent that I
hearty advocate of the strenuous will function satisfactorily. All / C
life, ordered Marine officers to channel improvement work has I| ATSHELTONS
prove their fitness by making to start at the downstream end
50-mile marches. and proceed upstream. Usually !
i When President John F. Kennedy construction is completed in five GROCERY
t challenged the Marine years or less, but more time can I
Corps to obey the 55-year-old be taken when necessary. The
, order, he touched off a national Local Sponsors would need to' Prices Good March 789. Quantity Rights Reserved
hiking fad. Servicemen, college have sufficient money on hand
students, Boy Scouts, and secretaries for any given segment prior to
embarked on long-distance letting the contract for that seg. U. S. CHOICE BEEF
walks in the spirit of ment. Construction scheduling
Whitman's lines: may be changed from time to ,
Afoot and light hearted/ time to meet circumstances as
take to the open roadHealthy, they develop. The contract Is
free/ the world before me. I simply not let until both the
Will Power Helps i Federal Government and the Local
Walking for health has a long I Sponsors are ready
history. Hippocrates prescribed I Who are the Local Sponsorsand
walks to prevent emotional disturbances what do they do? ? CHUCKROAST
hallucinations, and They are the Flagler Board of .
expansion of the waistline. Pliny County Commissioners and the
the Elder described walking as Flagler Soil Conservation District
j one of the "Medicines of the They represent the land. lb. 49
Will." owners in dealing with the Federal .
Walking for pleasure, how. Government The USDA's
ever, is a relatively recent pas. Soil Conservation Service represents
N. time. The character in Con. the Federal GovernmentThe
greve's "Way of the World" who Local Sponsors get and hold
said, "I nauseate walking," the easements and rights-of-way,
spoke for most century pe I raise the necessary local funds,
destrians. Anly a few eccentrics 'let 'the contracts, and serve as ROUND WORLD'S BEST
walked for the Joy of it the local representative of the
The rambllngs of William people of the area in workingout Grwad .
Wadsworth and other literary the various details connect. STEAK Ib. 89 Beef3F $139CUBED
men helped popularize walking, ed with constructing and maintaining rLbs
though for many years English I the project.
walkers carried umbrellas to in Watershed Project Cover?
dicate they were gentlemen, not The drainage area that event- SOUTHLAND PURE PORK BAG

tramps.The all-time champion literary ually Creek makes System its and way on Into into Cres Haw STEAK Ib. 99* Sausage 3 Lbs. $100

pedestrian probably Is Wads. cent Lake covers approximately For
worth, who had trekked 180,000 I 200,000 acres. It covers roughly
k'- miles by the time he was 65. I the south, half of Flagler Coun
He thought nothing of hiking 15 ty, Including Bunnell and Es. CHUCK MEATY i
miles across the mountains to panola.
take tea with a friend. To Wads Neck Z Lbs.

tural worth,condition walking was than a reclining more na, THE BOOK NOOK STEAK lb. 69' Nes For 29

sitting, or standing. composed
much of his poetry afoot. By Art Linkletter
Professional walking matches This is a very humorously
were popular In 19th-century written book about the life of Maxwell House Shortening Giant Size

England. Foster Powell, a famous Art Linkletter. At a very young Instant
pedestrian, or "ped," as age Art was deserted by his
the professional were called, real parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kellyof Crisco
was Immortalized In his epitaph: Canada. He was then adopted Coffee Fab
"For quick ideas, some we by the Llnkletters, a family
who had Just moved !ito Canada.
praise, And men of italents Meet;
But this man's fame-.and fameit The book goes on to tell about
was, Lay wholly in his Feet. Art's hitchhiking exploits to
Captain Robert Barclay, another many parts of the world and 6 Oz. 69 59 Each
famed ped, reached the his low climb up the ladder of nb. 59
apex of his ambulatory career I success. After many failures he Jar
in 1809 when he logged 1,000 finally makes the grade in show
miles in 1,000 successive hours. business.For .
He kept up his strength with an Intresting biography I Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or Limit One With $5.00 or
four meals a day, Including a suggest that you read this book. More Food Order More Food Order More Food Order
breakfast of roast fowl, bread Library Assistant,
and butter, a pint of Strong ale, Jack Abbott Firm Crispy U. S. No. 1 Lyke's 303 Corned
and two' of tea.
'I Six-Day Walker The' whole trick Is stepping off LETTUCE Z For Zge BEEF HASH For
Z 6ge I
In the United States, six day the big toe of one foot, forward
with the other, landing on the
walking contests and transcontinental Jim
:heel, knees locked, arms swing. Dandy
hikes captured the
Tender Green
j ing. I always averaged about Pole Lb.
C. Bag
public fancy after the Civil GRITS
40 Inches to the stride...really Lbs 35e
., War. In 1909, walked from New York to California Shur6ne 303 Fruit
and back in 182 days.
l I John F. (Iron Legs) Stahl, "a COCKTAIL Z For 45e
OJhr JFlaglrr QfribiinrBUXXELI Food King
f frustrated mailman, trudged
10,000 miles over Central America FLORID OLEO Lb. New Tidy ToyBUBBLE
Mexico, and the United Z 29c Ea.
., A few BATH 6ge
States as a hobby. years MRS. M.D. FULLER. Editor
ago', a 69-year-old grandmother
completed her second hike along Detracted omelal Publication New Welch's Qt. Campbell's TomatoApple '

the 2,025 mile Appalachian far Public N.tlee. .( FUflerCountj DRINK Each SOUP Each
a Trail. She explained briskly, Munlrlpallll thrrtln Grape Zge fOe
"There some things I
a.d tk. Stale .( FlerMa

.,.;' didn't In 1960 see, the Dr. first Barbara time."Moore Entered 81 second claia matter 50 FREETO 25 FREE i 50 FREE

;/a walked across the United States February 6. Itll, at the poitofflce VALUE STAMPS | TOP VALUE STAMPS
after tuning up by walking the at Bunnell, Florida under act of TOP VALUE STAMPS mare,
length of Britain. March 2. 1$7C. with the purchase of WahjJMO.
James H. Hocking, a giant a- with $1.50 purchase of 3 Lbs of H
and this Coupon
Handy Home Items at
walkers, marked 270-
mong up One year ---_=l.b0 Ground Beef |
000 miles In his long pedestriancareer. Six month. _....__. ._l.J5 SHELTON'S GROCERY
Coupon Good Thru 39.63
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I rlaaler /&acL i iat7h1 FLAGLER STORE I_

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FLAGLER BEACH [ Mr. and Mrs. Marion Virts Ohio, visited with :
PTA MEETS :Springfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weksli'
The Flagler Beach PTA met( ,
Tuesday night with Mrs. Leon
aid Johnson presiding. The se< John H. Weksler visited for a I QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD
and grade room mothers serve week with 'his parents, the RESERVED THURS., FRI., SAT., MARCH 7, 8, 9
punch and cookies precedin Wekslers at Flagler SYd'l
the meeting and the room count ,He ney Is In the U.S. Navy I i Western Corn Fed Fresh Boston
was won by the sixth grade. I assigned to the Aircraft Carrier I Center Cut ButtPork
John Baggett gave a short I
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an talk gram Educational on designed"Operation for Tevellsion people Alphabet who pit,". ,i Essex.Jr.Mr., of and Gainesville Mrs. Judson spent Stryke Tuesday : ..I I II Chops. 69' Pork Roast Lb. 49*

cannot read or write which i i Is I here and In Daytona Beach I
starting In our area. on business. They visited wit, I
Appointed to a kindergarte Mr.Richard the Stryker, Sr., family and the Sliced Baby BeefLIVER Copeland's Pure Pork Roll
survey committee were
Babbitt family while here.
Bernie Wilson Llttlfleld and, chairman Mrs. ',Bryc Mr. Lb. < Not t or
The Woman's Club will spor 49 Sausage 39
Sheeler. The group also voted
sor a games party this Friday; MII LI.
to purchase two toys, lightweight night at the clubhouse. The ,
metal tubs, for the first
proceeds of the party apply -
and second grades. Elected to on the clubhouse mortgagE. Juicy Tenderffii'Steaksu89' Palm River SlicedBACON
the nominating committee were: Mrs. Esther Heydt said the
Mrs. V. W. Haines Mrs. R. I. I party will be at 7:30 with prize
McDaniel and Mrs. Dale Brown. and refreshments will be served. : u
John Cannon, guidance coup ; 49'CRISCO
selor concluded the evening I A progressive military whist
with an enlightening talk on Ju. ,will be held at the Flagle
venlle delinquency and what Is I Beach Woman's Club on March
being done about It in our 21, at 7:30 P.M. Reservation CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE
county. may be made by calling HE 8.
2088, 2010 or 2326.
Mrs. Earl S. Roe from Troy, Shortening
N. Y., has been visiting with Mrs. George Moody Sr., re
her brother and sister In law, turned from Montgomery Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoose, for Tuesday. She had spent several
several weeks. weeks there preparing for he LI. LA
daughter Judy's wedding which 39' 3 59
Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton I was an event of last Sunday. CAN I
had as their house gues

this past week Mrs. Ursula Limit One With $5.00 or More Limit One With $5.00 or More
Schneider of Chicago Illinois.
Power CompanyAdvertising Food Order Food Order
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan
from St. Cloud spent the/ weekend Gets
visiting with Mr. and Mrs,
H. W. Durrance. Mr. Morgan Is! Freedom AwardThe 2% Size Can Shurfine 2Vz Size Can Royal Purple
a brother of Mrs. Durrance.Rev. .

Reynold Hoover ant I lay cited Freedoms Florida Foundation Power & Light Fri. Peaches4100 Plums 4 Fer $1 00

Leonard Johnson attended a Zo. with the Incased George
course for Scoutmasters and assistants Washington Honor Medal, Its top
last Monday night Irs 'I national award for 1962 local
Daytona Beach. It was put 01 1 .
by the district Boy Scouts of Vo advertising campaigns furtherIng 15 Oz. Glass Musselman's No. 2 Can Sweet Treet
lusia County. the cause of freedom.

visit The award was accepted at APPLESAUCE For PINEAPPLE For *
Recent Rev. and Valley Forge by M. B. McDonald, 33 2 53
Mrs. E. Lester Stanton were Dr. TIDBITS
In charge of advertising
vice president
and Mrs. W. I. Smalley of Malt.
land. Dr. Smally Is a brother ofMfm. ; for the investor owned

Stanton.METHODIST .rtllity.
CHURCH A 1955 series of ads won a GREEN CREAM STYLECORN

Church School is at 9:45: a.m. similar honor and Florida Pow
each Sunday and worship hour er & Light Co. has become the
Is at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reyn. first two time winner of thfoundation's < BEANS
old Hoover, minister. Also epe highest award.
dial music by the choir. During 1962, ,the company's!
The Men's Club will meet at rward-winning series of adver 303
7:30 p.m. Monday March 11,I 303
out the 1mjortance 10
jsements pointed $100
7 $100
with Howard Lerch In charge of''
the program. The men will of maintaining the< CANS CANS

make final plans for their oys basic rights and privileges as: Limit 10 Please Limit 7 Please
terroast and clam bake which hizens of the United States.

will be Saturday, March 16, from Each ad In the series depicteda
5to7p.m. different phase of the Ameri
Kraft's VelveetaCheese 15 Oz. Chef Meatless
an way of life-freedom o
speech, the! right to vote and
a The turkey Ladies dinner Guild in Fellowship will serve many others-asking on each 2Lb' Each
Pizza Pies !
Hall at 6 o'clock tonight (Thurs "Are we letting It fade away?" Loaf 89 49
day), March 7. A short devo Commenting on the campaign,
tlonal service will follow the Mr. McDonald said, "We have
dinner and the evening will be tried: through advertising to
concluded with the monthly awaken citizens to the value of: CAMPBELL'STomato GRADE "A" FLORIDA

business meeting. our rights and freedoms and to LARGE .
Sunday school is each Sunday inspIre them to take those steps I IJ
at 9:45: a. m. with classes for I Soup
to maintain them.
all ages. At the 11 o'clock worship ; EGGS
service Rev. R. W. Dickert I
will speak on "Our Part In God's
Plan for This World." School J Ne.( 1f6 Each
Beach IOZ.

EULA HONORED LEE WITH MOODY A I Gets Cash Gift R1 | U 2 99"Guaranteed

I The Flagler Beach Elementary Limit 5 Please Fresh
Eula Lee Moody was honored
School was the delighted recipi
guest at a birthday party February
ent of a cash gift sent by Mr
24 at the Leonard Moody
and Mrs. Phillip Kester to be
home The Palmetto Easter theme Ave. was used used to purchase books for the FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCEFOUR

and the young guests enjoyed School Library.Mrs. FISHERMAN Pole

Including games tempting during a decorated refreshment the afternoon.A cake course.was nental. Hester in attaining who was the Instru-new OCEAN PERCH Pkg: 45e BEANS 2 ,b,29c

served to Eula Lee's friends and I Voman's Club Library, has in. 10 Oz. Green GiantIn Butter Sauce
playmates.Mr. cited W. E. Fennell Jr., prlncl- PEA -rriiJM- Fresh Crisp Tender
sal, and the faculty to use the 33c
and Mrs. Bradford Nowen lub's library. Pkgs. 1ge
have as their guest Mrs. Hazel The beach school Is building 24 Oz. Winter Garden
Babbitt of Quincy, Mass. one of the finest elementary APPLE Fancy
They are also expecting their chool libraries in this part of PIES 3 For $1 POTATOES lOcI.
son this weekend from East the state, and they welcome all Lb.
Brain tree, Mass., who wul'visit
of books.
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During the social meeting, ,I' der the program are of only a to show a film and talk on the \f
Mrs. Margaret Ann Shelton was'| few months duration. danger signs of cancer.
given a baby shower. Since she I I He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nell Rlggs of the Ameri \;'
is now a resident of Ocala and !!I Jerry J. Slovak of Star Route, can Society of St. Augustine will
could not attend the party, the Bunnell. A graduate of Bunnell also be present to assist in com
r.ocgLS I gifts were mailed to her. II II High School, he entered the pletion of the organization of
In a short business meeting, service in February 1960. the local unit.
the following officers were elected I I I The nominating committee

: President, Joanne Crews; [SISTER OF MRS. named to present a slate of officers
PLANS TO FORM LESA KNIGHT HONORED Vice President, Joan Peavy; Sec. will make their recommendations
ART CLASS RERE WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY retary, Carol Jean Atkinson; ELLEN LEE DIESMrs. at this meeting.

Mrs. Ann Creal said today Lesa Knight was the honored Treasurer, Margie Kinney; Reporter Sheba Goodwin, sister of Those interested in the organization .
there are several persons Interested guest at a weiner roast last Betty While. The next Mrs. Ellen Lee of Bunnell, of the local unit are
in forming an art class In week at her home, 403 N. Pine meeting will be at the homeof urged to attend the meeting.
passed away in Greenville, S. C.,
Bunnell. She also said if enoughare St. The occasion was in celebration Joanne Crews.
Tuesday morning. She was the
interested in this of her 11th VACCINES AND
organizing birthday an NERVOUS
widow of the late Rev. C. D.
class arrangements could be niversary.Ten Dinner and overnight guestsof Goodwin of South Carolina. SYSTEMS SUBJECTS FOR
made of her Mrs. Zack Holland and Mrs. UNIVERSITY
to have an art instructorcome playmates enjoyedthe She is survived by three RSEARCH
here one night each week afternoon with her. Games Walter Knight Tuesday of last daughters, Mrs. Josle Smith of Two grants from the National
from the Junior College in Day were features of entertainment. week were Mrs. Wilson L. Baker, Anderson S. c.; Mrs. Estelle Institute of Health are enabling
tona Beach. State UDC President, and State
Brinson of Greenville, S.c.; and University of FFlorida researchers
Those who are interested in Chester Ruggles has returned Recorder Mrs. Lamar Cravasseeof Miss Mary Goodwin of Camden, to study the mysteries of
forming a class are asked to to his home here after receiving Tampa; Mrs. T. Aubry Morse, C.; three sisters, Mrs. Ellen vaccines and diseases of the
contact her by calling ID 73315. medical treatment -at State Secretary of Tallahassee, IS. of Bunnell; Mrs. Ilbbie Nervous system. I
the Halifax Hospital in Daytona I and State First Vice PresidentMrs. The
I Drummonds and Miss Sennle grants, announced by the i
BROWNIE SCOUT NEWS Beach several days. He is recuperating Hugh Tiernam of Jackson j Goodwin of St. Augustine. Also State Board of Control, totalled ,

"'I Brownie Troop No*. 701 paid I at his home here. ville. surviving are five grandchildren $210,545 and will support two
an official visit to the lovely They were making their official and a number of nelces and projects-one in the College of ,
New Post Office on February 28. Mrs. Walter Knight, president visits to the District meet. nephews. Medicine, and another in the :
of the local UDC Chapter, was Ing Daytona Beach on Wednesday J
The troop has begun a Com Funeral services and burial College Agriculture. j
and in Jacksonville Thurs.
munity Study Project, and in order accompanied t o Jacksonville i will be held at 1:30: this after Dr. Mendel Herzberg, associate
to learn more about the Thursday by Mrs. Tommy Dur day. I noon in Anderson, S. C. professor of bacteriology in ag-
community they decided to visit ranee, Mrs. Gene Knight, and grlculture, is continuing his investigation .
several businesses for the next :Mrs. Zack Holland, where they I of immune responseto
three months. attended the District UDC Conference AIRMAN SLOVAK Cancer SocietyOrganization live vaccines. Dr. G. H. Col.

The Brownies were greeted by and luncheon meeting.Mr. NOW IN GERMANY Is tins in medical pathology received
Postmaster Ray Mercer who took, Airman First Class Cyril M. $123,536 for a three-year
them on a 'tour of the new fa and Mrs. H. T. Cook were Slovak of Bunnell, has arrivedin Set for study of the effects of certain
cilities. Each Brownie had her : visitors in Tampa during the Germany for a period of TonightTh dietary deficiencies on nervous

own letter to mall, and in turn past weekend.Mr. temporary duty under the Air ? organization meeting of systems in animals.DANGEROUS .
she purchased her stamp, drop Force's new overseas rotalonal the Flagler County Unit of the
ped in the slot, and then went and Mrs. Jack Clegg, assignment program, Operation American Cancer Society will be CURRENTSThe
behind the scenes to see the step George Wickline and Mr. and Short Spurt. held at the courthouse at 8 o' Indian and Pacific Oceansare
her letter follows in Post Office Mrs. C. H. Cowart were in Tampa Airman Slovak, an air policeman clock Thursday (tonight), Coun. divided by the Indonesian
procedure.In several days last week attend. will return to his permanent ty Chairman Homer Brooks said archipelago. Dangerous currentsas
observance of Girl Scout ing the meeting of the County assignment at McDlll AFB, today.Dr. fast as 12 miles an hour-
Week beginning March 10, the Commissioners Association session Fla., following his Short Spurt W. W. Shildecker of Day. sweep through channels betweenthe
troop will attend the Baptist held there. tour. Overseas assignments un- I tona Beach will be be present Islands.
Church in a group this Sunday.In .
charge of the group will be Ernest Johnston has returned
the Asst. Leader, Myra Wads- to his home, 307 East Moody
worth. !1 Blvd., after a stay of several
months in the Flagler Clinic

W. C. Sullivan has returnedto and Hospital. Members of his
his home here after receiving : family said he Is much improved
medical and will be able to have
treatment at the,
Halifax Hospital five days. visitors.

A ,
O. Kr Herr has returned to his i Mrs. Louis Steflik and son,
Mart left this weekend for
home here after undergoing a
I visit of a week in Tallahasseewith
surgery at the Halifax Hospital.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Baker.PINETTES .
and Mrs. Clifford Sheffield
announce the arrival of, a seven MEET
pound arid twelve ounce daughter WITH MARGIE K bY

born February 27 at the I KINNEY MONDAYMrs. f .--' c,,.'" ?
Halifax Hospital in Daytona I Margie Kinney was host
Beach. She has been given the ess to a dinner meeting of the
name of Connie Carol. Pinette Club Monday evening.



Relax in the sun. . Chairs by the ton

There is far, far more to Florida than meets the eye.

Obvious, of course, are the graceful palms . the gentle surf. . '** ,0

the powder-soft beaches. . and beaming down upon it all: the ,T

warming, ever-present Florida sun. Not as readily apparent are "'"

the booming industry. . the growing markets. . the productive 'ji

IN FLORIDA j manpower. . the favorable tax structure. . the excellent trans- .

portation network. . and sparking it all: dependable, expanding
BEER IS A NATURAL electric power. / ',

As which natural It Is brewed as the ,wholesome beer "It Florida's grain traditional and tangy beverage hops from of The two faces of Florida make it a great place to vacation an

moderation...light, sparkling, delicious./ '3. even greater place to live. Get to know both sides of Florida while ,$

And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud to bi a lyoU're here. You'll want to stay and we'd love to have you!
major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For
example,the Brewing Industry Is responsible for millions of "'
dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be \ :
made Into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are =
.' spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida, ,1 .t

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' to The Flagler Tribune (iThey're Still I centrate its fury on New York I A buyer for a New York Department I WOMAN'S WEIGHT

' $150 A Year In Advance qty Snow began sifting down store was one of the I If a woman's earth weight Is
Sunday night By Monday mornIng I few adults who really enjoyedthe
----------- About 120 pounds, statisticians estimate -
/Talking I drifts were knee-high. Before blizzard. Twelve days earlier she should weigh 19 on

CLASSIFIEDADS Blizzard of '88 noon, every horsecar, cable he had taken a chance on I( the moon, 102 on Venus, and
j car, and elevated train had (purchasing a whole carload of 1317 on Jupiter.
i Snowstorms come and snowstorms stopped running. Firemen raised I(unclaimed snow shovels. __

go, but the Blizzard of ladders to rescue passengers
'88 fills a permanent niche In from stalled elevated trains. I LIGHT BULLDOZING
JJ.t.... vale thU ..t1a. ana TEXACOF.
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re.U per ward seek '..ertl.., weather lore. It was a blast. I Streets were perilous. Wind PETERSON Fill Dirt, Building Sand Shell
7S ftmtt In .ID' chare
The great storm wreaked white I ripped off signs and rocketed I'll SERVICE
FOR SALE or BENT-2 bedroom havoc from Washington, D. C., them about. Stone cornices top. ROAD SERVICE ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON

house, 21st St., Flagler Beach. to Maine, and from New Yorkto I'j pled. Loose ends of broken tele- Light Mechanical Work LHE 9.23S7-Flagler Beach
Back lot fenced In, $65 a month. Pittsburgh in March, 1888. [ phone and telegraph wires Phone 437-3441 BunnellCommunity

Phones ID 7.3372 from 9 to 6 Fierce winds piled up 40-foot whipped through the air. Ice :. .. !. I .
day and ID 7.3261 evenings. drifts. Cities were Isolated, ships I and snow from 2 !to 15 feet deep J".l'.YJ'N.y. ..WYW'r'.5M
March 7--5tc wrecked, trains stranded. The I choked Broadway and otherI t I O. F. ALFORD
blizzard took some 200 lives.A I main thoroughfares. Registered ;:
Real Estate Opportunity Long Island farmer who Department stores had hopefully I
Real Estate Broker
SCAN YOU SELL? ventured outside at the heightof I designated Monday as Church
You f'own full-time business,,
the storm perished in his own Spring Opening Day; a hand IDte.-4e..mlaatl. BunnelL Florida .J
", Real National Estate company, right ,In establishedin this area. barnyard. A determined commuter ful of customers appeared. AIR CONDITIONED r......._... .. .......

1900, largest in its field. (Un sank nearly out of sightin Clerks, stranded In the stores at Daytona AT*. .
licensed write us.) Trainingand drifts while trying to cross day's end, spent the night on FLAGLER BEACH PAL PARKER'S. INC.
Instruction given In all the closed Brooklyn Bridge. mattresses-under the watchful I ntomotlve Specialty Center
Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
phases of your operation from The main street of Pittsfield, eyes of chaperones. ORAKF REUSED: $15.95PARTS
Service M.
Start to Success. All advertising, Massachusetts, was buried un Saloons did a brisk business. 11:00: A. AND LABOR
all signs, forms, supplies are der 20 feet of snow; some houses Even bedraggled sparrows hopped R.V.. DICKERT FactorWELCOME "ORO-CIIUVIlOLET-PLYMONTn OTIIKHM S1BA1
furnished. Nationwide advertising were completely covered. The inside one and were treatedto I. EVERYONE : : 40 Mason Ave. Daytona
brings Buyers from Every. furious gale blew the water out crumbs from the free lunch.
where. Can ? You -
you qualify of Baltimore harbor, briefly ex 200 Ships Lost rn
must have Initiative, excellent
posing the muddy bottom. 1 Winds raged with hurricane
character (bondable), sales abilIty
be In First Issue force at sea. From ChesapeakeBay 24 HourWrecker
financially responsible. II
Commission-volume opportunityfor The national Geographic Society to Nantucket, 200 ships were Service

man, woman, couple or team I founded in January, 1888, blown ashore, sunk, damaged,
That Can Sell. Write today for featured a detailed biography of i or abandoned, the young National I
Information, STROUT REALTY, the storm in the first Issue of its II Geographic Society reported. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
637 East Broadway, Ocala, Fla., magazine, published In October I Nine New York pilot boats were
Ph! 6228218. 3.7.4tc of the same year. I lost with all hands. MASSEY.FERGUSON

FOR SALE-Washing Machine The blizzard, a Navy scientist i j I Forty to 50 Inches of snow fell Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
explained in the Geographic, re- ; in Connecticut and western Mas
with double tubs, $15.00,
suited from (the catacysmlcj i sachusetts. A drift In ai New: VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242Owner
202 Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach, I'
Phone HE 92093. 3-7-ltp meeting of two storms. One was 'Haven street towered 53 feet. Bunnell, Florida
a great arched line of cold 'I The blizzard abated on Tues. I e
FOR SALE-Two mattresses and winds and snow stretching from I day. Princeton students on
two box springs for double beds the Great Lakes to the Gulf snowshoes carried food to passengers -
$6.00 each In good condition. of Mexico. It swept eastward trapped nearby on
Clar-El Motel, Phone ID 73180. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
March 71tpNEEDEDWoman 600 miles a day. The other carried trains. New York City operated
warm rain:and winds north Irregularly scheduled sleighs,
to service es from Georgia along the Atlantic and the mammoth task of digging H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
tablished Beauty Counselor busi coast. out began. Boats started JOHN HAHDIN. AssociateAIR

ness. No experience needed. No The two weather Juggernauts I limping Into port on Wednesday OXYGEN
canvassing. Flexible hours. For collided head-on early on Mon. ; some trains broke through.. LADY
personal Interview write 28 CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED
Goodall Ave. Daytona, Beach, or day, March 12, 1888. High pres. By Thursday it was business al. I ATTENDANT I AMBULANCES
sure over Newfoundland kept most as usual In cities-amid a I
I phone Clinton 26354. I
March 7 the storm from surging out to sea of slush. On Friday trains
Phone ID 7.3532
sea. were running, and communication
I ZIG ZAC SEWING machine re The blizzard seemed to con wires had been repaired. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
possessed due to unfortunate I II .
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circumstance, 62 model In per. ---- ----- ........ ...
fect condition, sews forward and ... ., :::: ::": : ":::'T ; ':>: : ', :' ) ? : .
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reverse, makes button holes
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sews on buttons, embroideriesand .Here: .:,,come ::bigger:'potato: profits )
monograms, darns and /' : ;,... :
patches, tacks, hems, etc. As. 0: "
sume 6 payments of $6.00. Phone
Daytona Beach CL 3-8106
March 7--44c

FOR SALE-Collie Pups, AKC - JS

registered, 2 months old. Call
ID 73347. 3-7-ltc


Experienced teacher la Bunnellon .
Jypsw. MMfMV Mf 's } { pAd
Saturdays. For appointmentwrite e'iUUNdtldk \ "roes : a

Gene Masters, 20 Central
Ave., St Augustine, Fla. Phone

VA 95607. 2.28.5tp nn ,

FOR SALE-Two bedroom CBS
house In Hlllcrest. Large lot and
large garage, $7,500.00 Howard R R r w Mt

F. Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler
Beach. Phone HE 92395.

Feb. 23-tf When sprayed on your potatoes "Manzate"clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.


LEASE Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights

Financial assistance for response mantb fungicide

ible Humble party.Oil & Refining Co. . .assure top yields of No. 1's :

Phone Daytona Beach 255.3351
Feb. 21-4f "' OM-chsmlcal :; i
blight control-a spray program with "Manzate" :
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING at maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. ;: :

reasonable prices. Call George Better yields, quality and profits="Manzate" helps boost yields as -' >

Jarosz, ID 73410. Q 4' much as 40 bushels per acre. . gives you more f l's, and naturally
1-24-7-25 p. ;",. increases profits, as proved by growers In all major producing areas.

' Safe to use="Manzate"tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be
WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas
) cus S used on potatoes right to harvest
; up time...won'tatunt plant growth.
tomers. Call Harris Appliance &
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. .tf Saves time and money='Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
mix wherever there's water. It is
compatible with
most insecticides
Aug 30-tfe 51 5 .'
,. and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.

Saves tronble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the

JOHNSTOFSFLAGLER 55 S "' years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy
BEACH REALTY CO. handling.

LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, a On aU shrinks,follow labeling httnutioiu and varnlngt ecrtfufly.

us for your ACREAGESee real estate needs r Ed@r @IP11T MANZATE

Office Phone HE 9.2242 Each acrt you spray with ..M......" can 'I
Residence Phones ID 7-3G91 yield biuh U mow of It's like theM. Field M..,..-- maneb f.
or ID 7-3517 application of"Manut."protect your crop nuts TMiNOJ KM ItTTH IMNQ funilclde'
from UU blight tuber rot, too. ...ntJOUGHCNMISTlY t i



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Drop in and S-T-R-E-T-G-H a buck I

U. S. Choice
Lean Western First Cut Ib

RHOAST I lb. 49 PorkChops 39Copeland's

Second Big Week
U. S. Choice OF
BACONStreakOLean Ib 33
Our Value Yellow 8 No.303
U. S. Choice Beef II CORN $I
lb. ( Salt BACON 33'
Red & White 6 No.303 I,
(Solid Pack) Cans

R & W Garden. Run 303 Can TOMATOES $100 Wilson's 5 tb BucketChitterlings'l1'

PEAS 5 cans$100
Red & White EVAPORATED Red & White s No.303 I '
MILK 8 Tall $1 00 BEANS. $100

FREE Red & White 3 20 oz. WEINERS SAUSAGE Lbs .
GRAPE Glasses
Swift's OZ 11 oz. Tumbler
With Purchase of
Folger's "Mountain Grown" !( for
(Regular or Drip)
Red & Wihte 25 Ft. Roll

COFFEE 3k.n, 1 79 Aluminum Wrap 4 >for 1

Florida Grade "A"

EGGS 2 doz. $1 00

POTATOES 3 lbs.:25 C
Juicy Calif. SunkistLEMONS

Doz. 39c
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STAMPS I Phone 437.3227
March 10, 1963 Order and This Coupon 8:00 QUANTITY a.m.-l:00 RIGHTS p.m. RESERVED PRICES GOOD MAR. 7, 8, 9, 10, 1963I


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. behind the school house, and Safety." I.University of Florida Agricultural I I country's purebred Holstein and

Bun+iett eltbjlt. there was no football at all a1 Members discussed the State Experiment Stations veterinarian I' Ayrshire heifers' could not be

B.H.S. . Board Association meeting in can be credited for sayIng obtained locally.
School AteukL When the "old" school stood Jacksonville March 11 to 14. the lives of some prize Honduran j Dr. Neal performed a delicate

(Caroline Clifton, School Editor) across from the Methodist They plan to attend at least one dairy cattle. Caesarean operation on one

SENIOR CLASS-The Senior Church. ..When the first town According to Dr. J. R. Becken- purebred heifer, removing a.calf
library was upstairs in the CourtHouse day.They accepted the resignation bach, director of the Florida which had been dead for several -
successful spaghetti supper
Saturday a night. The class; and there was alwaysa of Buddy Taylor as driver of Agricultural Experiment Stations I[ days, and an embryotomy

would like to extend their ap huge Christmas tree each year the Junior college school bus. Dr. F. C. Neal, veterinarianwith on another. He rendered medical

predation to Mrs. Cauley and on the lawn. .When the "Medi They named John Brown to replace the station, was rushed to assistance to several other

the mothers that helped make< cine Show" came every year to him. aid of dairymen In Belize, British animals as well. ,
the possible. The Seniors the vacant lot by the drug store, They approved the use of the Honduras last week upon re Aft last report, the animalsare

supper also grateful to everyone and the colored comedian gym on March 29 by the Idle. ceiving an urgent request for making "good recovery.
i are "Washboard" held forth on the'stage" wood Club for a Fashion Show help from American Consul Harrison
thaUbought a supper.
I ..Carol Hoskins, Reporter. at the back of the wag. which is being given for benefitof Burgess. The request was The first aircraft flight in the

LIBRARY CLUB-The dance' on. the Band Trip Fund. made when it was found that I British Empire took place on the

the Library Club : When M. B. Fuller was Scoutmaster Gave permission for use of a the skilled. attention needed to I frozen waters of Baddeck Bay,
I sponsored Friday night after the tourna : and overnight camping school bus to transport band save the lives of" several of the J'' Nova Scotia, "February .23, 1909.

I The trips to Neoga Lake were unforgettable children to Palatka April 4 and i \
ment game was a success. I
experiences. . .When return on April 7. Due !to the
Country Rocks played and everyone

.' Marsha Durrance, Reporter. forced landing at Flagler Beach, board the train in Palatka
j I
,-FTA The FTA Club has se and was the guest of the Tolersat '
f\ ; "'
. y'
Coast Guard Station. '
lected Gloria Harding to represent : the CANCER ;:
When hometown talent shows ,(
/ them in the Miss Bunnell For
j High Contest always packed the school auditorium AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES, ..

I I SOPHOMORE CLASS Candy with such "hits" as Honduran CattleA H. T, COOK AGENCY . "
"Deacon Dubbs" and "Here
Lovell Is the Sophomore candidate
Ria Allen fast plane trip and a deli- I Phone ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida
I in the Miss Bunnell High Comes Arabella, exploding
Contest a bomb onstage as a ate Caesarean operation by a -

I Mary Pache, Reporter. Bolshevik, Claude Deen getting
bums from heavy makeup usedto

'Thirty-seven students at Bun turn him into a mummy, and I

",'nell High School took the 1963 Marjorie McKenzie getting her NOW SEE WHAT5 NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SSUPER

National Merit Scholarship Qualifying dress caught in a pumpkin ina

Test, John A. Cannon, Jr., Mother Goose fantasy. . SPORTS-that's the only name for seats. It even offers anew Comfortilt steer

guidance counselor, announced When all the youngsters were them! Four entirely different kinds of cars lug wheel that positions right where you

today Fascinated by J. B. High's blue. to choose from, including bucket-seat con want it. The new Chevy II Nova SS

The test was administer at printmaking apparatus, and enjoyed vertibles and coupes. And most every one has its own brand of excitement. Likewisethe

,,',the school at 9 a. m. Tuesday, playing in the big vacantlot can be matched with such sports-car type turbo-supercharged rear-engine Corvair
March 5th. by the side of !the house. . features as 4-speed stick or Powerglide Monza Spyder and the all-new Corvette

The qualifying !test is a three. When Duke McDaniel operatedthe transmission, Positraction,tachometer, high Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you

examination of educational de. Linotype in the front win. performance engines,you name it. i If you want to get, then pick your equipment and
velopment. The test is the first Sow of The Tribune when the want your spice plus the luxuries of a full- power-up to 425 hp in the Chevrolet SS,

step in the ninth annual competition offices were on Moody Boulevard. I sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala including the popular Turbo-Fire 409 with

*' for four year Merit . .When a ferris wheel and S3. It's one of the smoothest road runners 340 hp for smooth, responsive handling
|f Scholarships provided by the Tierry-go-rund behind the Bun that ever teamed up with a pair of bucket in city traffic. optional at extra costPictured

National Merit Scholarship Corp. nell State Bank building, and

and by sponsoring corporations, Chautauqua week at the high

foundations, associations, unions, school were annual events. . .
and Individuals. Do YOU Remember?

} Fire Chief Creal

i.1) You (Remember? Small

,Reports on r. .
(By Jim Camp) ,

DO YOU REMEMBER-When Pumper EquipmentFire p."

diagonal parking was in effect
on U. S. 1 in downtown Bunnell, Chief Charles Creal appeared
I, and on Saturday nights everybody before the city commlsilon .

"visited" from car to car, Monday night and gave a

in front of Holder's Pharmacyand eport on the small pumper fire

around the corner at Bun ruck: recently acquired by the _

.nell Mercantile' Company ("We lty. He also requested an adiltional .

Clothe and Feed the Family") 500 feet of IH-lnch 4

C. D. Hance's Meat Market, Dad hose and several small y and

SeDessle's Barber Shop, and Red other connections needed. The

Star Grocery and Feed Company. oard voted to purchase the
from Darley & Co.
When the drug store was on equipment
the corner of the Old Dixie Highway Chief Creal said the firemen ( !

and Moody Boulevard, and were well pleased with the

"Man" Baker helped make the small pumper and they expectIt
will be "real workhorse" for :
ice cream in that big old churn .
with an electric motor that the department.Bids
shook the whole building. .. for gas and oil were received
from Standord Oil and TTj11
When Rodgers' Lunch stayed
Sinclair. Sinclair was accepted
open all night, and featured I
homemade' Brunswick_. Stew: ._ .. ._._ as the low bidder.
The board discussed the matter
When B. C. Stafford "starred"on
legislation to
of special
the stage of the Biddle Thea
the charter to allow a
ter in "The Bachelor's Dream,
fee from candidates.
and Ethel Holden cried so hard qualifying
They also voted on the matterof
at the accompanying movie,
patching several streets, lowering
Gene Stratton Porter's "The
two culverts, and placing .,4
Magic Garden," that her Indian I1't
allow better
several culverts to
makeup ran down her face. .
When Osborne's Market was drainage. j 4
f next to the Baptist Church, and
had sawdust on the floor and
School Board Has
free "scraps" for all the dogs

in the neighborhood. .When Tom
I Bessant strung the first lightson Routine Meeting

the outdoor basketball court
Tuesday MorningThe

School Board heard a report -

Tuesday on the cost of an
I .' ._ .
MAKES a" .- '--
for Bunnell
ltenr-com system a
Agent For I High School. Principal John ;. ..
Baggett reported the aproxlmate ,
RCA & PHILGO i cost of ,the system. The board
have Mr. Baggett and from top to bottom: ConttU Sting Ray Convertible, Corsair Afonza Spyder Convertible, Chevy II
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD II voted to I1 ova JOO SS Coupe,Chevrolet Impala SS Coupe. (Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional at extra cost.)
AND INSTALLED Supt. Z. D. Holland investigatethe
matter further.

1 TUBES TESTED FREETV They also adopted a policyfor ..-...See......Jour........entirely...!....?'s............Showroom.---.
the Junior-Senior Prom to be

Bob held in the county in the future.
The board voted to send the
Flagler County bus drivers to
FLACLER BEACH Daytona Beach in June for a

.. t",PHONE' HE 9.2204 "School Bus Driver's Course in ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDAF


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