Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00532
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 28, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00532
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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: BROWNIE TROOP I Bunnell Band C. H. COWART Held -
Flagler Beach Meeting

CITIZENS BANK I 1 H. Cowart, selected as the '

r: Park Officials Brownie Troop 701 visited the i Again WinsSuperior (outstanding conservation farmer "For PlanningOn

Wadsworth Lumber plant for a for I 1962 by the Flagler Soil Conjservatlon -

4.. Hold MeetingThe field trip at their meeting last RateBunnell I District, was presented Watershed i
week. Farris Solomon took themon ;la Banker's Award Certificate I

a tour of the entire plant. High School Band,'Saturday by Charles Creal pres. ,!
Flagler Beach State Park This is another one of the tripson "Biggest Little Band In Dixie," ident of Citizens Bank of Bun : Further planning of the proposed .

Planning: Board met Jointly "Learning More About The received a superior rating in nell and R. W. Deen, Jr., chair. Flagler Watershed Project
Wednesday with State Senator and I was agreed upon at a meetIng -
r Community. concert, sightreading, man of the board of supervisors
W. L., In the courthouse
Verle Pope, Representative Their next meeting will be a marching at the district meetin of the Flagler Soil Conservation Tuesday
Wadsworth and 'the Flagler visit to Citizens Bank of Bunnell. Starke last Saturday.Solo District. t morning.D. .
Beach city officials, Board Chair superiors were awardedto I The presentation H. Esry, head of the planning
man George Moody, Sr., said ceremony staff of the Florida Soil
: MRS. SEAY WILL Mary Pache, twirling; VIcki was a part of the "ConservationDay" I Conservation Service r ,
today. Heln, oboe Mike Cook, student explainedto
\ FINISH NURSING ; I program at the Bunnell
The visited the park I i lI those present the various "
group COURSE APRIL 5 conducting; David Brown, bari : Civic Center, which included the
Yt site and returned to the pier.house I tone. I|I Flagler SCD's annual steps needed to plan and com
where they discussed I Mrs. Beverly Seay of BunnelJ speaking I'plete such a project. :
I.-., The brass ensemble received: contest and a talk by J. W. Ham- '
plans for"developing the park. will be a member of the graduating a superior rating and the sax I mett, state conservationist, Soil The project is sponsored by

I City officials were hosts to the : class of Practical Nursing ensemble received excellent I. Conservation Service, on the Board of County Commissioners .
group for a luncheon meeting. : April 5 at the Mary Karl Voca. The band will leave April 4.I opportunities for farmersI and the Flagler Soil ,

: Mr. Moody advised Sen. Pope I tional Division of the Daytona to participate in the Cherry j I and for sponsors Conservation Service. The Watershed ,
and Wadsworth of the 200' Beach Junior College.Mrs. l
Rep &Dlossom: Festival la Washington as proposed: would affect
man-hours and 80 bulldozer- I Seay Is one of 17 area D. C. during the weekend. They a major portion of south and
hours which has been pledged : students and three out of state will take: several educationaltours :'!Citizen Group i southwestern areas of the' coun

by the Board of County Commissioners students making up the gradu- and give a concert In frontof f ty. At the meeting were' several

'. toward development i 'ating class.Barbara. the Capitol during their stayIn Would Organize I j''}f owners of large land areas

of the park.. Flagler Beach commissioners : Washington. They" will return I' who urged further planning and

have also pledged i SmytheBest home early in the morning Nursing Program 1 eventual completion of the wa
\ their cooperation in development tershed.
of April 7. On March 21 a of citizens
of the park, it was stated. I I group Immediate steps to be taken,
SpeakerOn met at 2 o'clock at the
: Attending the meeting were i 'courthouse to discuss the 1 Esry said is to make a plan.

Advisory Board Members George WatershedBarbara Rev. Tom Pinner izatlon of a Public Health organ Nursing 'Ing survey to determine whatIs
Moody, Sr., Mrs. Harold Massie, : necessary to complete'the

Mrs. Marie Brede and Lyman Smythe, Bunnell High Guest Speaker Miss Advisory Sadie Council.Reading, Public I project, what )lands; to include,

Gage,. Sen. Pope and Rep. Wads. School Senior ,won the conservation Health I what the approximate cost wouldbe
Nurse, Florida State I II
worth, City Commissioners Dick speaking contest at the Lions Club Meet"Tiger" Board of Health Nursing Con. j I II '| and ''to determine hOw much I 1 1I

t Mosby, Tom Duncan Gerald "Conservation Day Program" at I time would be required to complete .
sultant, spoke on the activities I
Minor of Ocoee, Deputy
r Smith Bob Henderson, Dave I' the project.It .
the Bunnell Civic Center Saturday 'of
an advisory council In relation
District Governor at of
Dobson and Mayor George Wick- II i I was proposed, and agreed
Lions Clubs of the to the nursing care pro I J
was a guest
line. to form a committee
Barbara won over six other upon composed
gram of the sick, patient at
Bunnell Lions Club at their
I contestants in taking first prize home. of representatives from
Luncheon meeting Tuesday. Mr | the Board of County Commls-
of 1500. Other prize I
money This Is Initiated
Minor is candidate for the of. program by
'. Public Meeting a loners, timber farmers
winners were Janice Lovelace,1 growers ,
the Flagler County Health Department
flee of District Governor of District I (cattlemen, Soil Conservation
second with $10.00 and
place and will provtft by
:35-0. The election w1llHeld' b
Wadsvroftru. third.with 35. .iSttvMce: and CJtji of tBunnell.
.4Re.creation. Gall
wderf/of>> ht- *
dfihe Uonsrnute StaU e' ; Ilazn'I1ptl1Qdan
The committee would'acf'lrt
.Other contestants were (Alton !< skilled professional pursing care| an
Convention In
Hall Tonight- May. 'I I advisory capacity 'and a* a
Ford Mike Hornsby, Buzzy Me-
Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., pastor for ,the patient who Is ill at I liaison body to coordinate ef
Knight, and Mechele Stefllk. home.
of the' First Baptist Churchof I forts of land owners federal and
k There will be meeting Each contestant was presenteda The
a public program was met with
Bunnell, was guest speakerand jstate conservation officials.
t at the Flagler Beach Recreation certificate by Vice-chairman talked on "The Ministry asa much enthusiasm by the group. I The committee Is to meet at
Hall tonight (Thursday) A. B. Johnston of the Flagler Vocation/' April 18 was chosen for the next
specified date to further
un plan -
r at 7:30. The purpose of the Soil Conservation District sponsor directors meeting at which time further I
At the meeting they I steps to be taken for the
meeting is to acquaint the pub. of the contest. All contest. financial organizational plans will be
decided due to previous project In the meantime,.however
lie with the provisions Of the ants spoke on the same subject committments would discussed.
they work toward
; com
proposed new charter for Flagler "Development of Resources Baseball Present at the meeting were:
not Midget
sponsor a pletlon of the project wilt be
r Beach. Through Small Watersheds." Team this season. Tom Duncan, Rev. W. L. Spicer, pursued. '
The meeting Is sponsored by Judges for the contest were: Rep. W L. Wadsworth, Mrs. 4

the Town Commissioners so citizens Alan Perrlns, Daytona Beach George Clegg, Mrs. M. C. Strick f

may have explained to Junior College; William J. liar The University ol Florida 11- land, Jr., Mrs. K. T. Lovell Miss The United States Military

them the new provision.The tell work unit conservationist, brarles contain nearly one mil. Sadie Reading n. N., P.n.N., Academy at West Point is the

public is urged to (attend Soil Conservation Service, Pa- lion volumes and subscribe to Mrs. Louise Taylor, R.N., P.H.N. oldest engineering school and

the meeting Town Clerk Virginia latka; and Mrs. John Rice, 9, 978 periodicals and 150 news and Mrs. Margaret Taylor, R.N., the oldest permanent military

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t Left to right, front row Linda Vicki lIeln, Delores Deen Brenda ; Gloria Prather Sandy Gamble I'Crews David Brown, Dean Peterson risen Tommy Herr, Leonard

Harris Candyce Lovell, Sherry Murray Barbara Pache, Sue I Johnnie Ruth Miller Marie Tommy kahlert, John Buono, Bill Kurtz Zack: Holland

IBargett Margie Blakely, Mary Broadaway, Carol Ford, Lora I jFleurie, Kathy Emery, Janice Johnston, Benton Eisenbach, Robert McDaniel, Randy Morris,

Pache Heidi Eisenbach Gloria Durrance, Ann Bourne, Julie Scale Nancy Fleurie, Susan Rusty Improto Eric Kuleskl, Albert John Baggett, Walter Townsend

Johnston, Carol Pache and Nell Wilkins, Sandra Owens, Ann Carle, Mary Brown, Tina Pache, Johnston, Kent Holland Absent when the picture was

Johnston. Hugas, Holly Gojlen. I Linda Skolar, Arthur McDanIel. Billy Spicer, Tony Parker. made: Darrell Britt Vicky King

Second row: Cheryl Skolar Third row: Ben Cannon, Susan Fourth tow: Lee Bourne, Tommy Fifth row: Mike Cook. Howard and Lorraine Wyndham.

Isobelle Green Betty Bourne, McMillan-Sharon Townsend I r Polk, Harry Kuleskl, Scotty I Emery, Jim Brown Charles Mor- (Photo by Heln)

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TWO THE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA t Thursday, Mar etsn 28,, 1968
..,-TT; 2.:1 2W.'lIom&by Two base hit M. Durrance; ;3} M. Durrapce 7". '4 570J.

1: 0 0 I baggers P. Barrow and J. Gordon. McDaniel 10 5 500
M. Barber 2 0 OJ Winning $ J- Collins; B. Moore 6 3 50UA
G. Koczwanskl 1 0 0 losing pitcher, P. Barrow. Umpire Robinson 8 4 500
K. &oberston 3 0 1 I Pache; soortr, B. Moody., M. Manuel 13' 6 461
G. IWberston 1 0 0 I
Methodist Church 2 1 666 we have played our fijst
2034 2 1 666 round of the schedule with all
Idlewood Club
SET MIDGET B Geller 2 1 2 .
LEAGUE RECORD C. Herr 0 0 0 Idlewood Ab R H VFW Post 5213 1 2 333 teams playing each other. r
J. Roberston 2 0 1 J. Collins .' 2 1 .0 Baptist Church 1 2 333 All (teams have settled down
Baptist Midget Leaguers seta J. Bertha 2 1 1 D. Anderson 1 1 0.J. and the roster is complete.
:kinds of records defeating C. Clegg 2 0 0 . McNab 4 1 0 EARL RICE LEADS SLUGGERSEarl Teams will receive their jersies
the, ".Methodist team 33 to 7. R. Creal 1 0 0 J. McDaniel 3 1 2 Rice, slugging first sack- and Mr. Hein has been taking

They.scored 13 and 14 runs C.Johnson 1 0 0 C. Baggett 2 2., 0 er, is leading' batter of the Bun team pictures. Each team has
in .the' 3rd and 5th inning Also J Gordon 4 J 2 nell Midget League with a 750 good pitchers and the play is

hit,,9 two baggers, one triple anda 24 7 9 F. FJeurie 4 0 0 average. Benny Geller is breath. good ball .One of the wonder.ful .
home run, getting 25 hits. Innings I 2 3 4 4 R B. Moore 2 1 1 ing down his back with a 666. things about the league is
Pee Wee Robinson had five for Baptist 1 2 13 3 14 33 L Fleurle 2 0 0 Pee Wee Robinson and Glen I that the boys learned' to win

six,, Bobby Robinson 4 for 5, Dar Methodist 25000: 7 R. Rousse 0 1 0 Carle are tied for third with 636. and
rell Britt 3 for 3, J. Cody 3 for 5. Two base hits, B. Geller, Carle, P. Dugean 1 0 0 Ab H Av t'I,manship. v

John Arnold, first time at bat Manuel, G. Worley, Cody, Britt, E. Rice 8 6 7501B. I All parents can be proud of
for little league play, got a line B. Roninson. 2595 Geller 9 6 666 their boys. They will go far
drive iingle. The defeat was the Two baggers E. Rice. D. Britt. Innings I 2 3 t 5 6 R I M. Robinson 11 7 636,with the attitude they have ac.

first for the Methodist Home run, Pee Wee Robinson. VFW 0101103 'G, Carle 11 7 636D. / quired through sportsmanship

Earl Rice had three hits. team'j Winning pitcher B. Robinson: Idl wood. 0 1 ::5 1 2 0 9 : Britt 5 3 600 I Continued To Page 8
Geller. had a perfect day losing, J. Bertha.IDLEWOOD - ---
Baptist Church Ab
M- Manuel 7 3 3 WINS

H. King 6 3 0 OVER VFW 9.3
G. Worley 5 3 2
Pee Wee Robinson 6 4 :5f. Idlewood Club took advantageof '
Cody ::5 4 3 loose fielding of the VFW 66'( 0 0
,Jacobs 3 3 1 team, scoring 5 runs in the 3rd
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D. IIIgeinbotham' 5 1 2 to win 93. [r p

p. Solomon ", 0 3 0 J. Collins pitched good ball,
B. 'Robinson ::5 4 4 striking out '9. Barrow pitched

B. Barker 1 2 1 good ball but costly errors lost
J. Arnold. 1. 1 1 the game for him. Gordon andJ.
D. Britt' 3 2 3 McDaniel both had two hits.
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I 473325 had For 2 the for Veterans 2. M. Durrance @1 Y

Methodist Ab R H V. F. W. Ab R H
J. Geller 2 0 0 W. Allman 1 0 0

J. Cook 4 2 1 A. Allman 1 0 0 ..
G. Carle 4 1 1 L. Bunno 1 0 0 9
E. Rice 423 P. Barrow '3 1 1 Ih1 0 0
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FOR SALE-Large used lawn FOR SALE-bedroom house,
umbrellas, good condition, $7.50 r hardwood floors, and Florida 99ORTHO S ;

each. Clar-El Motel, ID 73180. room. Lot 100 x 150, LeHlgh St, lln@1@] fi .: c:
March 28-ltp Flagler Beach. Contact George .

Moody, Sr., Box 62, Flagler .
HOME FOR SALE-Two bedroom Beach. 3-21-2t _
masonry tile bath, hardwood
floor, pressure treated sub floor FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment -
and sills with termite shields. $40.00 per month. Call

Bulltln kitchen appliances, ga, Harris Appliance ID 73367.
rage and large utility room.Nice March 14-U
lawn and shrubs, good well,
ZIG ZAG tells how to the. insects other
priced right 2320 South Day. I SEWING machine repossessed get sprays miss.
tana Avenue, Flagler Beach, circumstance due to unfortunate With the contact and systemic action of Phosphamidon.Potato .
62 model in per
Florida. 3.21.2tc I fect condition, sews forward and
< pests had it too controls most of the important
reverse, makes button holes,
A WATKINS ROUTE in this area
sews on buttons, embroideriesand easy. They had a million places potato insects.to .
is 4or'semi-retired
open 'man, or
monograms, dams and to hide under leaves, in the
lady. Many semi-retired people patches, tacks, hems, etc. Assume crevices of vines <5 IIo. Another good thing.
earn $50.00 to $100.00 week anyplace
per 6 payments of $6.00. Phone exPhosphamidon is absorbed
depending on time devoted to Daytona Beach CL 3-8106 cept where you could hit 'em so
Route. Also have 1 full time March 7-4tc with an ordinary spra I )'. quickly that you're not going to
Route open. Maybe you can I lose any time i in the fields. Your

.' qualify. For personal interview VOICE Experienced AND teacher GUITAR in. LESSONS Bunnellon .<'a2l Phosphamidon changed workers can be back on the job

In your area write J. H. Mc. Saturdays. For appointmentwrite all that. It's one sprat that moves just a few hours,after spraying.
Garity, Box: 627, Wllllston, Flor
right in for the .kill Fast
Gene Masters, 20 Central thor-
Ida. 3.14-3tc I I I <2 It all boils down this
Ave., St. to :
Augustine, Fla. Phone ough contact kill is a starter.
Real Estate Opportunity 1 I VA 95607. 2285tpFOR But then it's absorbed Into theplant's there are two good ways to get
CAN YOU SELL? I" rid of stubborn potato pests.And
SALE-Two bedroom CBS system, and finds its
Your full time business, way
Real Estate own right- in this area.I I house in Hlllcrest Large lot and to places insects hide, safe from Phosphamidon is both of *em.i .

National company, established I large garage, $7,500.00 HowardF. most other sprays. So
you get
in 1900 largest In its field. (Unlicensed Lerch, 315 Conn. Ave., Flagler Phosphamidon 4
'em where
? write us.) Trainingand Beach. Phone HE 92395. they live, by "remote
Instruction given in all Feb. 28USEPTIC control And you get 'em good. Spray la a combination I
phases of your operation from contact
Start to Success. All advertising, TANK CLEANING at < '' The Idll includes almost and systemic

all signs, forms, supplies are reasonable prices. Call George all the worst potato pests. Fox Insecticide. It's
furnished. Nationwide advertising ., Jarosz, ID 73410. a RTNO
brings Buyers from Every. 1 11.24-7.25 p. aphids, potato aphids, water dispersible

where. Can you qualify? You I I II buckhorn aphids, green peach liquid, told
must have initiative, excellent I I WANTED-Bulk (I.P. Gas) cus aphids, leaf hoppers and com in one-gallon osvham1doe
character (bondable), sales abil I tomers. Call Harris Appliance & borers. In fact
ity, be financially responsible. Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. glass /ug*.
Commission-volume opportunity !l lAug I 30-tic

for man, woman, couple or team "Helping the World Grow Better
That Can Sell. Write today for I i CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL
information, STROUT REALTY, JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER COMPANY,oamo DIVISION P.O.Box 7067 Orlando,Florida

637 East Broadway, Ocala, Fla., I 1 BEACH REALTY CO
Ph: 622-8218. 3.7.4tc J I LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
FOR SALE: or RENT-2 bedroom I
house, 21st St, Flagler Beach.I. ACREAGE
See m for your real estate needs
Back lot fenced in, $65 a month. ,
Office Phone
HE 9-2242
Phones ID 7-3372 from 9 to 6
Residence; Phones ID 7-3691
day and ID 7.3267 evenings. j
or ID 7-3517:
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The Gulf Stream cold arctic waters from the warm its Journey gushes through the I er than American merchant Couattrcumnt Detected *

Sargasso Sea. Florida Straits at a rate of abouta I ships putting Into Rhode Island It was Henry Stommel of*

: hundred billion tons of wateran .ports. Woods Hole, who discovered thata
Was Discovered "The Intensity of flow of the I I
F hour. It takes a surprisinglynarrow massive deep current flows
Stream the Stream's direction Not much was known
I really
course up the Atlantic I I beneath the Gulf Stream in an-
I 450 Years AgoThe and its temperature are not about the Gulf Stream, however,
coast past Newfoundland, then opposite direction.This phenomenon
primary climatic factors in de- until the middle of the 19th century
Gulf Stream has givenup breaks into a series of branches when understood, could
termining' the climate of Eu In 1844 the first major
few basic since I It known as !the Atlantic Current revolutionize present
a secrets concepts
rope," writes Henry Stommel, of study of it was begun by Frank.Un' I
One branch back under
was discovered by Ponce de curves of ocean circulation systems M
Woods Hole Institution Alexander
Oceanographic great-grandson,
Leon 450 Iceland, ultimately to help flush
springs ago. in his comprehensivebook icebergs from Davis Strait. Some D. Bache for the United States American oil tankers, equippedwith

The romantic conception of: Th. Gulf Stream. "But the branches shoot off past Scandt.tuia Coast and Geodetic Survey. loran, took part in a year

the role which it plays in determining long which found that,
pictures a warm others turn south to The first textbook of modern survey
blue swlft river the northern boundariesand the Stream twists and bends
-running ocean I ,'pain bnd Africa. oceanography published by I
that saves Iceland, the British average temperature structure hundreds of miles In mysterious'tune
matthew F. In 1855 be.
Isles, and northern Europe from of the Sargasso Sea must The fastest current ever foundin Maury to seasons and tides. It'
with 'There
turning Into a setting for polar be of critical Importance." I open sea almost 11 milesan gan paragraph: flows faster in summer than in
is a river in the ocean. In the
bears. The Sargasso, according to this hour-was measured off winter. This survey .also determined

theory acts as a huge hot-water I''Florida in the Gulf Stream. In severest droughts it never falls that giant waves, or
and in the mightiest floods it
To oceanographers It Is an tank for Europe. Dispersal of contrast, a normal current lazes "meanders," move ponderouslyin
overflows. ..The Gulf of
enigma, the National Geograph Its comforting warmth Is con. !along at a pace of half a mile never the same direction as the

Ie Society says. Serious studyof trolled, to a large extent, by the I to a mile, and as a rule the I Mexico is its fountain, and" its Stream.

the Gulf Stream began as recently speed of the Gulf Stream. Gulf Stream seldom exceeds I mouth is the Arctic Ocean. The pulsating nature of the

as 1844, and intensive Paradoxically, Europe would four to five miles an hour. I In time, the oceanographers ; Gulf Stream in the Florida

research with. modern scientific become colder-not hotterifthe Discovered Hear Canaveral learned that the Gulf Stream is 'Straits was detected during a

tools suggests that It contains Gulf Stream should beginto mis-named. Some of the cur ten-year study of its teeming
) deeper mysteries than were sus Ponce de Leon first observedthe rents feeding the Stream surge
flow faster. The effect wouldbe 1 animal and plant life carriedout
pected. One recent expedition not to carry more warmth but Gulf Stream on a spring through the Gulf of Mexico but by the Marine Laboratoryand

discovered for instance, that off to tighten the barrier about the day in 1513. Cruising near a they mix hardly at all with its National Geographic. $jt

Florida, the Stream seems to Sargasso. cape now known as Canaveral, waters. I I Fish use the Stream as a sub

have a pulse which makes the Currents of the Gulf Stream he was startled to find his ships Study of a fast-moving, fluctuating :i way. Millions of eels take ;Jj

waters flow in repeated thrusts system sweep in a gigantic elliptical suddenly going backward instead I river In open sea remains ( from their birthplace southwest

like blood in an artery. orbit about the western of forward. Soon, Spanish difficult New ideas and!I of Bermuda to North America

Dynamic Barrier North Atlantic and enclose the mariners learned to avoid or Instruments have Inspired a1 I I and Europe. v,
follow 'the Stream to their ad I
Some oceanographers no longer Sargasso. The sea itself suggests number of major efforts in re'l|I \

think of the Gulf Stream as, a vast ocean desert with vantage.In cent years by organizations '

a great river snaking across the little marine life. It extends 1770, Benjamin Franklin such as the Coast and Geodetic|I PETERSON TEXACO

North Atlantic. They regard it,' more than halfway across the I gathered data about the Gulf I Survey, Woods Hole, the Navy SERVICE

rather, as a barrier separating Atlantic; Bermuda is an off.center Stream for British authoritieswho Hydrographic Office, the University ROAD SERVICE

pivot on the east-west could not understand why of Miami Marine Labor Light Mechanical Work ..
IN BNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN axis. j their packets to New York were I atory, and the National Ceo phone 437-3441 BunntU

AND FLORIDA.FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO., The Gulf Stream in starting : taking two or three weeks long. : graphic Society. --- I 1 .A A....."....
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TO OF: WILLIE FLORIDA O.: PYKE I Keep your engine engine part BO clean, ..frlctlon-free'OII can save '

Whose unknown.You place. of residence Is withRPM up to 1 gallon f gasoline in every 8t! Save on repairs ',

quired are to hereby file your notified answer and to the re* young ,too. -S2s1!!! If you want swing through

Complaint filed In the above entitled spring with your whole car humming happily, getStandard'
Cause, In the office of the
Clerk of the above styled Court at MOTOR OILS !Spring Certified Car-Check. We change '" .'
his office In the Courthouse In Bun ,t
nell Florida, on or before April oil,expertly KYSOlubricate.From bumper to bump

such 16. 196J answer, and to upon serve HUBERT a copy H of Clean?You probably never saw a machine as clean er, Standard remembers so you can forget. Then

herein HEVEY., whose JR..address Plaintiff's/ Is 400 attorney Broadway as your engine after a few easy-going miles with we give you a written record. Ready?You're next! ,

Daytona! Beach, Florida.. RPM Motor Oils.These new deposit-free oils Keep STANDARD OIL: COMPANY (KENTUCKY) I
designated-as ert newspaper in !
which this I o shall be publishedonce
a week for four consecutive
nature of this suit Is a bill
for divorce. ,
WITNESS my hand and seal at '
Bunnell Flagler County, Florida, :
this llth day of March, A. D. 1963 : '
(Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE, # .
Clerk Circuit Court m t !! ./ 1
Flagrler County, Florida i u
By Julia R. Harvey ri
Deputy Clerk !
March 14-21-28 & April 4-4tc I'I I ,-

Plaintiff, jI
v.' I
Bachelor Olllcers Quarters i
Highlands Air Station
Highlands, N. J.
You are hereby notified that a r'
suit has been filed against you in .
the above entitled cause; and you d
are hereby required to rlhrloUC'O answer asA
with the Clerk t:
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff,or plaintiff's attorney, 1 ej.
whose name and address Is:
Helden Building
Daytona Beach, Floridanot
later than April 22, A. D. 1963.
If you fall to do so, decree pro
confe-uo will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
said Milt being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
paid Court this 20th day of MarchA.
D. 1963.Official .
( Heal) !
said Circuit Court
Clerk of .t'-
By Julia| R. Harvey 4i
Deputy Clerk. ;, ",
I March 21-21 &: April C.II-ete ( ; ,


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MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor

De-laate4 Official PnbllcatUif STANDARD

Public Netlees of Flatter

County Municipalities therein

and the State ef FUrida

Entered as second class matter

February 6. U1I. at the postofflce

at Bunnell Florida, under act of

March 2. 1171. ,

One rear . ..._U.IOI

I Six months ,............11.25
j W. C. SULLIVAN, Agent Bunnell, Florida


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Bossies Set Record q .Ini, hay ; '

(Bf Mel Sharp) ( Kerrey Sharpe) !

Three of the Florida Agricul Gardeners who buy wall thin SHELTON'S

tural Experiment Stations' regis Air conditioners, drive compact PRICES GOOD

lUred dairy cows have broke; cars, sleep in 8 x 9 bedrooms THURS., FRI., SAT., .

records in their classes. and buy more tissues in smaller MARCH 28.29-30 ,

'; Registered Holstein Oak Lucy boxes will enjoy the host oj I GROCERYWeekdays8100

''Willeln is the first cow' to produce new midget-size flowers now STORE HOURS

( more than 100,000 pound available.One I .
to 7:00 "
fof milk in Florida Dairy Research new dwarf flower you may Saturdays-8:00 to 9:66 "Your, Friendly Co-op Store"Ib.

I Unit. Dr. C. J. Wilcox, like to try this spring is a snapdragon -1 I m H

dairy husbandman states tha called Sprite. It cornea: LYKE'S SMOKED '

,-.this lifetime milk production ,In a whole series of hybrids: I

record Is equal to about one called Cherry. CrSinson, Scarlet i

quart of milk for every resident I White and Yellow Sprite plus I PICNICSWORLD'S I. 29 c

in a city of about 50,000. a mixture of the separate colors. .

The Sprites grow only 12 to .
Wilcox reports that several 14 inches tall. They are "backsavers" -
other at the research unit
cows BEST
since they require no
will attain this same record during <
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staking as protection against

.y Another the next registered few months.Hoisted I'' March skyward winds., the Instead hybrid of orbiting vigor- BEEF 3 Ibs. $11'

has shattered an all.time FlorIda
I is spent in multiple flower stems
butterfat record in the official '
{that colorful
give eye appeal.
herd testing program ol; I DAISY ,
These new snapdragons blend
Holstein Friestan: Association
I nicely into a mixed border and
of America. Fla Signal Elsie es
r produce several displays of blossoms -
tablished a new high for senior before succumbing to sum HOOP CHEESE lb.49Q

four-year-olds milked two times
mer temperatures or,heavy rains.
daily. !I It's not too late to plant snapdragons

Her official 305-day product 1' if you don't procrasti-! FIRST CUTGROUND

tion !totalled 20,090 pounds ol I I hate another day. Also, if Spriteis

milk and' 818 pounds of butterfat not a available try a variety '

Weighing and testing were that is heat tolerant. Such varieties PORK CHOPS lb. 39

supervised by the dairy science will 'likely adjust to ourwarm 1

department in close cooperation Spring weather and produce .

with the national Holstein or flowers longer. MEATY SMOKED

ganization.A Another suggestion is to pur
Brown Swiss cow has also chase three-inch high Lbs
obtained a top record. The 1.95C from your garden supply store.

pound Brown Swiss, Sharon I This will give you a head start

Farms Clay Patlance, produced on your neighbors who planted a

16,350 pounds of milk in a 305- i seeds several weeks ago. COLORED SOLIDOLEO I Farm Fresh Produce I

day period and 759 pounds of If you already have a bed ofa

butterfat. According to Wilcox, tall variety of snapdragons

this cow is classified excellentand underway be sure to pinch out I Fresh Yellow

is one of the largest owned the tops of the plants after

by the Agricultural Experiment I they reach 8 Inches in height. CORN 4 For Zge

Stations.NOTICU !This will induce bottom branch

0).' INTENTION TO APPLY ing and will Insure that you
YOU !'1'tt'IAL LEGISLATION will produce more bloom spikesper Lb. 1 O Golden YellowBANANAS
hereby given of Intention plant.
roOU8; ol ".
1963 Session
to the .
the Florida Legislature for l PM- If you are after tall stems .. I' lOc
sage of a special act, ,the aubject and long spikes for cut flowers,
matter of which U contained in
the proposed! title of Raid special then stake the plants when they'
act AN set ACT out below TO ABOLISH THE are 8 inches high, Staking will' Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food OrderFLORIDA
PRESS NT MUNICIPAL OOVERNMKNT prevent the plants' from falling I FrozenFoods t*
KUAOUKU BEACH. IN THE earthward and making an unsightly .
an attemptto

TOWN OF PLAQLER Snapdragons are subject to BeefChicken
BEACH AND OFFICIAL ACTS I nematode invasion and a rot
ANI ESTABLISH A NEW MU- If you can't fumigate the soil, PIES Turkey 4 f ,
AS I4'.tlgTiolirfL: try to pick a disease-free soil. .
FIX AND ravages
PROVIDE ITS TERRITORIAL octnla rot try such chemicalsas

Spergon. 85
CERS: ; TOIIItOVl1" PROVIDEFOR March is fertilizer time. Give Limit Three Please
ITS FINANCIAL NECES- Azaleas and camellias an application
of acid
special -type
PROVIDE FOR MUNICIPAL fertilizer as soon as they are 10' BEAN SALE
ISSUING BONDS AND OTHER finished blooming. Lawns, too,

EVIDENCES; TO PROVIDE OP INDEBTEDNESS FOR SUCCESSION - are generally hungry. So give; Showboat 303 Can

TO PROVIDE OF GOVERNMENT FOR ANNEXA-: them a supply of plant food. Heinz 14 Oz.CATSUP. PORK & BEANS Ea
TIONS: TO PROVIDE THAT Some "professionals" like to fOe

ANNEXED SAID CITY SHALL NOR CONSOLIDATED NOT BE- give the winter-weary grass a 2 For 4ge Bush 303 CanNAVY

: WITH ANY OTHERINCORPORATED quick green-up application of
TOWN WITHOUT CONSENT high nitrogen fertilizer. Most Jim Dandy IVa Box BEANS fOe
home owners may like to stickto
PROVInEDrFOUS For Bush's 303 Can
SAID CITY TO a balanced fertilizer made up GRITS Z Zge
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE of equal amounts of nitrogen, PINTO BEANS Ea. lOeBush's
Done at Flagler Beach Town Hall phosphorous potassium. Southern 2/a Can
Flacler Beach Florida, this Zlit Amount to use depends on the 303 Can Red

(SEAL day )of March VIRGINIA, A. D.SULLIVAN 1963. soil. An average lawn will need YAMS Each Z3e KIDNEY BEANS Ea 10e
Town Clerk.
about 25 pounds of a 6-6-6 (or
March 28-Itc _
SEi: similar fertilizer) per 1,000
IN feet of lawn area to wakeIt
from its winter
up nap. MODESS 3 $100
LLOYD V. HUTCHINSON Plaintiff. The best time to fertilize Is 500

, "I -vsDIVORCE when the ground is moist As Delmonte 303 Can Fruit
r r KJTTIA I* HUTCHINSON. soon as the plant food is applied STAMPS
Defendant. Each
NOTICE TO APPEAR be sure to water the lawn COCKTAIL 25C
Residence HUTCHINSON well to prevent possible bum If you buy one of our many mystery

l, You are hereby Unknown notified that a damage by caustic fertilizer Jack's 15 Oz.COOKIES. item There's ten mystery items in
suit for divorce ha been filed materials. While fertilizing the
against you In the above entitled Each the store.
cause and you are hereby required grass, don't forget the shrub 29*
to serve upon Plaintiff Attorney. >ery and annuals- and address
whose name appear
hereon. your written defense It need a light application of foodto Peak 1 Oz. BlackPEPPER
to the Bill of Complaint In .
said suit, on or before the 21th keep them growing at top Y Each
day of April A. D. 1X3. else decreepro speed. fOe FREE
confesso will be entered
100 1
against you.WITNESS. U you didn't get the caladium
I.. .. my hand and seal of bulbs started during February
I said court 22nd day of March. A., D Gordy's TV STAMPSWith
1963. put them in the ground now.
(SEAL) Clerk E. A of SMYTHE said CourtW. You will find these large-leaved SALT Each be '
the purchase of $5.00
L. WadsworthP. plants useful for edgings or as or more U
O. Box S9 food order. Limit one to
Florida to add coupon a
Bunnell. EI large mass planting
Attorney for Plaintiff Holtum 2 Lb.GRAPE customer please.
March 21 April .-ll-l&-4tC color to your yard. They like
acid soil and the same general JELLY Coupon Void After 3-30, 1963

Subscribe+ to The Fkrgler Tribune conditions suitable for azaleas Each 45C m....... _...w... uu SKHH'fhursday 'J!

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Thursday, 1tilarcka,1963

," : ,, ;1'fii.lJler Beach 11 *.--- I!FLTINYOURMOUTIImEaTS, ;

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, FBES HOLDS CONTEST I Funeral Held ': !

.!- The Flagler Beach Elementary I II
I I ", School just completed the first Tuesday For I

i of three monthly contests to enI 1
I courage the buying of Savings W. P. Lloyd ' ALL OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S.

Stamps.i t
w; Pearson Lloyd, Sixth St CHOICE BEEF t
t i t? According to W. E. Fennell, Jr.,
Flagler Beach, passed away unexpectedly I
1 ; principal, blue and white "Sea early Sunday morn \ COPELAND'S

*, Jet" pennants were awarded, ing after suffering a heart attack
: three classroom, to thestudepts 1 POUND )OSMOKED
tp teach
; lie was 57 years of age. TENDER
who bought the most
He was born in Brooklyn, N. PICNICS
,. stamps during the month. Pen I and has been a resident of Y'I L
oils child ,
were given to every ler Beach for the past two

who bought Savings Stamps He resided in St Augustine for Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
each week. 10 years and had been a fre
Pennant winners were: first
quent visitor in Flagler
grade, Terry Stryker, Angle Lit.. about eight years before makingit Florida Grade "A" D and D S. Choice RoundSTEAKS
tlefield and Britt Sheeler; sectmd his home.
grade, Gerald Combs, Thea He is survived by his widow, Lb.
Weln and Ralph Abraham; third Mrs. Bessie Lloyd, of Flagler I FRYERS u 89*
grade, Charlotte Dodlmead, Sue Beach.

Ellen Seale and Pamela Sheeler; Funeral services were held at

.. fourth grade, Fred Fruits, Linda 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Limit 3 I"U.
t' Smith and Vicky Perritt; fifth from the Chapel of Craig Funeral River SlicedBacon

..... : grade, Donna Filklns, Susie Pe. Home In Bunnell. Rev. Atlee
terson and Janet Haines; sixth Stevens, of (the Flagler
glade Carl Baggett; Eddie Dodl Beach Baptist Church, officiated. JIFFY STEAKS er 1 2 ft:; 89 ,

mead and Joyce Robinson. Interment followed In the fam VEAL PATTIES Each
Pencil winners were: Angie
fly plot in Volusla Memorial 1 Pound ...........................,................ 45c "\
Llttlefield, Britt Sheeler, Terry Park Cemetery In Ormond Beach.
Vickie Babbitt, Gerald
Stryker There are over 600 buildingsof
Combs, Connie McDaniel, Molly Gothic and, modern architecture
Missinne, Joyce Whitney, Fred located on the 1,800 acre MAXWELL HOUSE Lb
Fruits, Linda Smith, Vicky Per. University of Florida campus. COFFEE 39Limit
ritt, Sandy Abbott, Debby Johnson .
Pam McDaniel, Donna 1 I COMMUNITY CHURCH

Whitney, 1 I 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Donna Filkins, Janet Halnes, Sunday school convenes at
Kris Martel, Derese Owens, Ken I,!9:45: A. M. with classes for all
Qt. Welch's Blended 300 Size Can Sweet Treet Crushed
ny Whitney, Christy Wilson, ages. At the 11 A. M. worship
Pam Anderson, Carl Baggett, I[hour Rev. R. W. DIckert will
Susie Duncan, Eddie Dodlmead, speak on "The Humanity of the Apple Drink 3For89 Pineapple $1 1 00

.' David Johnson, John McDaniel, Lord Jesus" Grape Far : ,
Wayne Owens, Joyce Robinson,, The Ladles Guild will have a
Charlotte Dodimead, Bobby Mls Roast Pork Supper In Fellow .
slnne, Eula Lee Moody, Sue ship Hall on April 4, at 6 P.M. 303 Size Can Green Giant American Beauty .

Ellen Seale and Pamela Sheeler. METHODIST CHURCH PEAS 5 For $1 00 i Corn Sunlite Tomatoes ft 303 $ 1 00 i:,: ':.

Sgt. and Mrs. John Barker and Church school is at 9:45: A. M. Dart Green Beans f Cans .

.. children, Kathy and Johnny, of each Sunday and worship hour
Albany, Ga., spent the weekend is at 11 A.M. with Rev. Reynold Mix or Match I'

visiting Mrs. Barkers' parents, Hoover, minister. The junior Kraft'sDinners .. Chunk"
V2 Size Can Star Kist
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hart. choir will render special music

i Recent guests :at the Raymond during The Men's the worship Club will hour.hold a 2 For 35'HENDERSON'S TUNA 3 For 89 .: i,

Nallller home were Mr. and Mrs. lam[ Shoot at 1 P.M. at the air.

Dan Mercier of Agawam, Mass., port between Bunnell and Flag-
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lord of ler Beach, just off Highway 11,

j Waterbury, Conn. Mrs. Mercier >n Saturday, April 6th. '

,'\ Is Mrs. Nallller's sister. I SUGAR C. Lb. 39
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Mr. and Mrs. George Moody,I LIGHT BULLDOZINGFill SUPERFINE Bag
Sr., were visitors In Crescent
City Sunday. Dirt. Building Sand. Shell Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order


BAPTIST CHURCH I HE 9.23S7-Flagler BeachIN Shurfine SaladDressing 12 Oz. LaRuta .,
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. "
and worship ,hour is at 11 A.M. ,
:with Rev. Atlee Stevens, min K>TIIW TII JUDICIAL rinrillT COURT CIUCtllT 8EV-, 1ST QI.> 39 Corned BEEF Ea. 39*
ister. Training Union s at 6:45 ANn FOIL fbAULKU COUNTY
P.M. and evening worship is at WILLIAM O.C. KONOW.
f 7:30: P.M.FLAGLER. Plaintiff,

,.. HEUWIO Ov'KONOW.Defendant Kraft's 2 Lb. Loaf Tasty Tetley's


y The Flagler Beach PTA will I TO OF: HKDWld FIXH1UA.O. KONOW, Bags 59

meet In the school cafetorium I Hackensack 435 Crestwood New Avenue Jersey VELVEETA, 2 Lb. Loaf ..........Each 89c Pkg.
next Tuesday, April 2, at 7:30,I Tou are hereby notified that a
P. M. The nominating commit. suit ha* been brought against you
In the Circuit Court of FlaglerCounty
!tee will present the slate of new Florida In q tlt'ntll FROZEN FOODSWinter
officers at that time. and you are hereby required\ to file .
personally or by Attorney with the Garden 10 Oz. Pkg.
Clerk of said Court your written
METHODIST CHURCH I I defenses. If any to the ComplaintIn
said suit on or before the l&th STRAWBERRIES 25c Doz.
About 75 members and friendsof day of April. A. D. 1941. and also LEMONS 39C
Beach Methodist to serve a copy of your written
the Flagler defenses upon Messrs. Osslnsky & Winter Garden
Church attended an outdoor KroU Attorneys for Plaintiff at Chicken '
address at 411 Main Fresh
their -Crisp-Tender
picnic at the Gage Farm last Street. Daytona Beach Florida, on Beef 8 Oz.Turkey
evening. A nice or before the Uth day of April, PIES 2 350
Tuesday very |A 1>. IKS. as required 1 by the FlorIda Pkgs.: CARROTS 2V t ; 15eI
,supper and pleasant evening | Equity Rules and nereln fall .
not or Decree Pro Confesso and Birdseye Leaf Or Chopped
was all at the canal
enjoyed by final Deere will\ be entered

side. against You are you further by default.notified that the SPINACH 2 !il gz. 3ge POLE BEANS Lb.
.,. -. ... I name of the Court In which said I 150
---yor r riF'iI' r
suit has been Instituted Is the Clr-i i
cult Court. Heventh Judicial Circuitof '
Music I Florida, in and for Flaglvr I'
County In Equity and that the I Ii
Tennessee StyleBY I i 1 set title forth.or said suit is as bereloabove | FLAGLER FOOD STORE k4

You are further notified that the'I' ;
nature of said suit Is a suit for I \
Walt Graves&Carl Spicer divorce and for other relief as sot I 'i"
forth In the Complaint
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till WITNB88 my hand and seal of
office at Bunnell FlagUr County. I
.' SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. Florida this Uth day of March

'.' LETTER OF MAROUE I A tlrevlt D. 1963.<(<-..ri Seal)
LOUNGE BMIL A BMtTHK. as Clerkof i
COCKTAIL the Circuit Court of Flag

5 Miles So. of Marinelandon Attorney for Plaintiff RESERVED
411 Main Street FRI., SAT., MARCH 28.29-30
AlA. Daytona Beach Florida
March 14-J1-II April 4-4tc

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Gardening In FloridaBy I hardy state-wide. They cannot have been Inserted in'the medium ,:
stand tramping. water and firm the medium

. ( Herrey Sharpe) Patridgeberry or Mitchella reopens about the base of the cuttings.

- does well In moist, :add Constant mist fo best, but If
Covering a bald spot of soil. It's an excellent low cover you are not able to"rig up the

LOCALS ground around the home Is as for very dark nooks of the gar. jet nozzle, then water the cuttings .\
perplexing as selecting the right twice a day.
toupee-It's hard to make either den.Other
ground covers Include When the plants have developed -

look natural. I I peperomla, shore juniper, Con- a sizeable root system
Growing greenery in full shade I transplant them to the bed
MARTIN STEFLIK -jasmine, trailing fig,
JOHNSONRODGERSMr. or in white sand takes ,
patienceand "
where they will
cover the
HONORED AT A wandering jew, wedlia, trailing up
and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson BIRTHDAY PARTY hard work. Also, the use lantana and winter creeper. bald spot of earth.
of Jacksonville announce the of ground covers in the most
Martin Steflik, young son of Preparing the soil for plantIng .
often is the
unexpected places
engagement of their daughter, TREE GROWS UNTIL DEATH
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steflik, was mark of a good gardener. ground covers Is Important
Patsy ,Geneva, to Mr. James honored guest at a birthday parity because it Is nearly, Impossible! A tree continues to grow until : '
Ground low
covers are
Herbert. of Mr. and : grow
Rodgers, son to cultivate the soil later. death. Some botanists believe
at the family home March 20. I
ing plants-other than lawn !
Mrs. James Clifford Rodgers of First the soil to trees die from causes
The occasion was in celebrationof grasses-that will cover the I spade a depthof only such
Bunnell. his first birthday anniversary.The ground and form a compact, attractive i 8 inches, mixing in a sizeable I'as disease and Injury unconnected
Miss Johnson is a graduateof with 'II
guests assembled on the cover. quantity of organic matter age. ./.
Paxon Senior High School In patio which was decorated in a if the soil Is sandy. Next, I
Jacksonville, class of 1960. She I circus theme. Carrying out the Low-growing plants accentuate I level the area with a rake and PHIPPINS-SINCLAIR

is now employed with Foor Fair I'theme, the cake was decoratedas curves and lines of flowerbeds remove the roots and trash. Before STATIONU.

Warehouse Office. I a circus tent. Pink lemonadewas and walks. Ground covers I planting, moisten the soil. S. BunnelL. Fla.

Mr. Rodgers is a graduate of served with the cake to 22 are excellent in preventing erosion I I Like grasses, ground covers 10 rat gasoline or over, free

Bunnell Senior High School guests. and reducing maintenanceon I. need fertilizer. The faster growing lubrication. Lube and oil 1
class of 1958. He Is presently banks, slopes and sand dunes\'
j r plants need a near endless change, free wash. Lubrication
of Mar
Out town guest was
where it is almost Impossible'
employed with Cain and Bult I tin's maternal grandmother, Mrs. I amount, while the slow grow only 99c. Pickup an delivery

man, Inc., of Jacksonville. Robert Baker of Tallahassee.VFW to grow lawn grasses. ing plants take very little. This anytime, phone 437-7130 .;
There are scores of plants suit. means one application of a Special wash and wax 1250. !

DAVID BRYANT SMITH AUXILIARYMEETING able for ground covers. Here area 4.7.3 fertilizer per year for go. !

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY TONIGHTThe few recommended by University pher apple to almost monthly i

David Bryant Smith was hon of Florida ornamental horti applications for ground covers
Ladies Auxiliary to Post HASTINGS MATTRESS
ored with a birthday party at such as wandering jew. .J
5213 of the VFW will meet in
The common periwinkle will Where & UPHOLSTRY WORKS /
the home of his parents on Deen possible, use seed to
Road on Saturday. The occasionwas the post home on West Moody grow In full shade or in sun. propagate ground cover plants. 710-12 Lemon St.

In celebration of his seventh Boulevard tonight at 8 o'clock. light. Fig marigold is a succulent It'll make the job easier. Palatka, Florida

birthday anniversary.The The president, Mrs. Ernest that will grow on sand Foody and semi woody speciesof Phone EA 5-9166

Easter theme was used Taylor, urges all members to and beach areas near salt water. ground cover plants are usu. Furniture Upholstering

in the refreshments served. Assisting I attend. The two Illy turf plants are ally propagated by cuttings. Hundreds Repaired of& Pattern Refinished to

Mrs. Smith were Mrs. I rated tops as ground covers. Summer is a good time to start Choose from.

W. B. Way, Linda and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niesen They resist heat and droughtand the project. Each plant seemsto Mattresses & Box Springs
of Korona; Candyce and Kelly of Clar-El Motel spent several are useful for edging Croop- have a favorite rooting medi Made to Order. Also Renovated

and Terry King of National Gar days in Tallahassee visiting ing liriope, smaller of the two, I um. But, if you can't discover PRICES REASONABLE
dens. Several were enjoyed with their daughter Pat, whois grows best In partial to full the best medium, try a mixtureof
games Just as near as
a student at Florida State shade. Mondo "grass"belong.ing half and half white Office
and prizes for "pin the peat moss Phone or Post
tail on the donkey" were won University.Mr. to the lily family-will grown sand. Drop Us A Card or Call

by Debbie Sue Herr, and Glenn full shade. Make the cuttings three to I Free Pickup & Delivery
Bradley. and Mrs. Joe Brock haveas Both the ]lily turf plants are four Inches long. After cuttings .
their guest for the spring
Those attending the ..
party I - --- --
holidays their daughter, Eulene .
were Clara Jean Robbins Jean
Brock. She is a student at the
Blondhelm, June Blondheim, Jan !
Grady Memorial School of Nurs I
Perryman, Debbie Sue Herr
in Atlanta Ga.
ing ,
Wally Wilkins, Chip Brooks,

Irving Shamblen, Billy Creal,
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Spivey flamelessXjs
Zane Kelley, Chuck Harding, had as their guests several days \
Garry Harris, Ronnie Johnston,
last week his brother and sister
Susie Sparkman, Glenn Bradley,
in law, Mr.. and Mrs. Frank .
.. I IJ' SIre
Chick and 'Russell Smith.Dr. ....
Spivey and daughter, Eva Mae, .
of Douglas, Ga. the BIG DIFFERENCE
and Mrs. William Sturmanof _

East Orange, N. J., arrived
I Sam Woodruff, who has spent
Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and ELECTRIC
the past six months in his form-
Mrs. Sturman. Dr. Stur
j I er home, Burlington, Iowa, visit.
is the of Mr. Sturman.Mrs. .
man son I ed here and at Flagler Beach
several days last week. IItI
"Cora Buckles attendedthe 1
convention of the Ladies
Mrs. D. D. Moody and daughter
Court of !the W. O. W. in Winter
Nlta, visited in Orlando several means ,
Park recently. She was, a dele days this week with her 'I FASTER, SAFER. More than a million Florida

gate from Court 796 of Palatka. daughter, Miss Iona Moody. Miss families have "switched" to electric water heating -

She reported their scrap book Moody is employed at the It's the only really modern way for a depend.
first in the
place state. Orange Memorial Hospital there. able supply of hot water In a hurry with never

) No flame fumes.., grimy
Visiting here Wednesday withA. r a worry no no sooty,
M. McDaniel, and Mr. and Friends will regret to know ... TI by-products of combustion to soil walls and
that Mrs. J. D. Barber is a pa. furnishings. The whole house stays cleaner and
Mrs. M. B. McDaniel Hammond I
McDaniel of Oxford, Ohio. tient In the East Coast Hospital r cooler. Completely automatic and safe as a light I
in St. Augustine for medical
He Is Alumni Secretary of the treatment. O bulb. It's cheaper, too.Insist .

Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity and

was on a business to Flor
Mrs. G. S. Anderson, Sr., Is a v
ida. He is of Duke
a nephew patient In the East Coast Hospital -

McDanlel. in St. Augustine receiving

medical treatment. She fell
E. S. (Dick) Morris returnedto i II
some time ago and received a |
his home here Friday after 'broken I
hip which was operated
undergoing surgery at the Hall- on. !
fax Hospital in Daytona Beach.


Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.F. Nearly half of all United THB PLAMBLBSa WAY
I E'er ,. ELECTRIC hut I It seated' In -
J. Chambers was Mrs. Archie States residents and some 60 per 100* surrounded by Insulation.
Phef/er of Chattanooga, Tenn. cent of Canada's population live I r Therefore water heat faster. ..
She is Mrs. Chambers' twin sis- within 500 miles of Buffalo,I ; stays hot longer,

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I are always at your service with promptness safety and Il 't, i/our and verts.
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but need someone. to sponsor SECOND GRAPE-Miss Me i f comes from determination and .I

ft"ftID them. ClUre's\ second grade cTasi visited perserverance in doing exceedingly '
. f I'
the Dandee Baker in Day. I well. On one that is most Community

tona' Bel'&, 'Thifntday morning,, interested and talented. Memorial 'Church l

11- Blrt s tel4. f March 14, 1963. The class saw : Library Assistant .
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the steps in making a loaf ol Charlie .Bramrf'
(Continued from 2) I
Page School Nwl bread. Parents accompanyingthe AID CONDITIONED" ,

and ability. Las Friday t saw
team play to the last out without Caroline Clifton School Editor Clegg, Mrs. Buddy Wadsworth, BT T'Golden) I FLAd R BEACH

giving 'up hope of winning, but Mrs. William Patrick, Mrs. Lon- A bright little excursion into I
ol I
FFA-The Bunnell Chapter Sunday School
10QQ: A.Me
lost'33 to 7 and wa1k'ed'ort the the world of laughter end I
nie Hart, and Mrs. Victor Cowart. anec
the FFA had Its annual sweet Church Service 11:00: .M.R .
Hold as if they had won. The)' Wednesday March I )frs. Colleen Dupont drove the dotes is a fine description of
contest ,
proved to be Biff Leaguers. Harry Golden's book. It lets us ,I W. DICKERT, PastorEYERYONE
13, 1963. The contestants were:
bus.The '
following is what some into the secret world of the average WKLCOMBO. :
the .
Linda Harris, sponsored by -
CITY SOFTBALL NEWS thing. This book is A
Senior Class; Gall Wadsworth,' of the students wrote about the light
-The: Bunnell Rec. Dept. held i bakery. and filled with mirth found in
sponsored by the Junior Class; I
their first softball meeting things no one else would write
THE BAKERY-Yesterday we: F. ALPORD
Ida[ Allen, sponsored by the
:Thursday! night The 1963 city Sophomore Class; and Christine I visited the Bakery. The name I about, yet It carries a great deal Registered

will be formed with tour I We. of truth. He will and does
league the Fresh of it was the Dandee Bakery. cover
Casey, sponsored by
teams man Class. I saw big machines there. We rode anything and everything from Real Estate Broker

.,Seville, 1961 champions, will Linda Harris sang "He" and in an elevator. We saw where II Cleopatra to the space age and I BunneU. Florida

return with Wadsworth ready to Graduation Day," the latter beIng I they load bread on the truck. never once does he condemn it

give them a fight for the 63 dedicated to the Seniors. I We saw where the bread Is for being that way.
crown. jail I wrapped. When we started to This book Is truly a fascinating t
Wadsworth played two selections
Jack Hardln is forming a team I the Ida Allen I leave, the man gave us a book one and very Informative. Andit PAl PARKER'S. INC.

from the high school. James I IWhltlfker did an'on acrobatic piano.routine and about the Bakery.By !is strongly recommended for I I -'tomotiTe' Specialty Center
is forming the fourth Christine Casey sang "Your' Barbara CowartGOING anyone looking for the nearest : PARTS AND LABOR'WnCllRVHOLKTPLYMOJrrn I1CL85

team and also looking for a Heart" TO THE BAKERyItwas thing to an almost perfect book. ;

Each team will play Cheating Library Assistant x OTIIKH '19.03
sponsor. Thursday when we went to
The Judges were: Mr. Byron I !..to Mason Ave. Daytona
.two week. One Sandy Gumble. I
t games a Hinson, Mrs. Joann, Crews Mr. the bakery. The bakery man

meeting will be called. Clifford McGriff and Mrs. Millie showed us the store rooms. Then

I Monday night a girls softball McCoy. the man took us up the eleva I

r; league was formed. Managers tor. Then he man took us !in
While ithe judges retired to 24 HourWrecker
1 were picked and teams will hold the room where they mix the I
another room to make their de. I ServiceFlagler
: Sponsors are neededfor milk I.
practice. shortening,
Ision, Mr. Ted Weber enter sugar, yeast, ,
three teams. So far MaryJo salt ,and flower together. The
tamed '
the student body by play. !
Scale is manager of the First man showed us the room that I
Ing a selection on the piano. \
Methodist Church team. Each Truck & Tractor Co
Mickey Ramsey told a few jokes, i, they kept the big things that ,
team will carry 15 players. All and afterwards Gail played the looked like bath tubs. I
1 have to play at least MASSEY-FERGUSON
players piano while Linda and Barbara I By Cherry Wadsworth.
3 Innings. The girls will playa 1 GRADE BB-The BB section Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Smythe sang.
split season with six gamesto congratulates the following students I
'Miss Ida Allen was selected VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
half. will be two I
a Playoff by the Judges to be the 1963 for being on the honor roll Owner
out of three games. Miss Santa FFA Sweetheart | the fourth six weeks: Catherine Bunnell, Florida

Bradley, Miss Marie Muzyka, The EPA Banquet was held Stanish, Arthur Ford, Mrs. Joe Seale all have a teamTVSERVICE Anne Rousse. Keep up the good -- -
Friday, March 22, 1963. I
Walter Townsend Reporter.


d 1963 PINEA-The final pages THE BOOK NOOKJOHN

ALL MAKES of the 1963 PINEA, the school I H. CRAIG. Funeral Divector

annual, were mailed to the 'j JAMES AUDUBON I .
Agent For pubj'I JOHN HARDI AssociateAIR
Usher on March 12. A I By Margaret and John Kieron

RCA & PHILCO hard work has made this one I It you as a friend are interested I LADY OXYGEN

ot the best annuals ever pub. in reading a good book { CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

TUBES & ANTENNAS solD ished at BUS. The staff, along I about birds, I suggest to you to ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

AND INSTALLED with our faithful sponsor Mr. read the book "John James Au. I

TUBES TESTED FREE Theo Heln, deserve credit for a I dubon." Phone ID 7.3532

job well done. lie furnishes an outstanding i i . r"

r Caroline Clifton. --.J example of the success. that I 201 E. MOODY, BLVD BTmNELL.1FLOJUDA .

TV BobFLAGLER -- --- p-

PHONE HE BEACH 9-2204 rHere. : come,, b/gger potato profits! ;

IN CIIAftCKItr. NO. 4604
v.. i., ,
Apartment 105
2100 Fort Street
Montreal 25 Canada.
You am hereby notified that a
Butt haa been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you k f. s'lC'
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'gO an
ewer with the t.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
whose name and address U11AY :
!:(-. )KNEtelden > e ,
Daytona Beach Florida >
not later than April 8, A. D. 1963. A
If you fall to do eon decree pro ;
confesao will bo entered against
ai you for the relief demanded In the of,.
/i bill of complaint. The nature of ( _
aid null being for divorce. "ll
WITNESS my hand and Beat of When prayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.
aid Court this (th day of March
A. D. 1983.Ofilclal

( By Clerk Heal Julia) of It.E.said Deputy Harvey A.Circuit 8MYTHB Clerk.Court Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights

March 7-U-U-ZS-4tc msnsb fungicide

IN TUB CIRCUIT ClIimTY_,COURT FLORIDA OPKL.AULKR . assure top yields of No. 1's

IN rilANrKKY NO. 4603O.
Plaintiff, .ch.mkal blight control.- spray program with "Manzate"
HARRIET .8ECCOMDB JENNY mancb fungicide controls both early and late blights.
TO DEFEND: -r I Better yields,quality and profits='Mantate" helps boost yields a.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: much as 40 bushels acre . give
HARRIET 8ECCOMBU JENNY per you more f 1'g. and naturally

c/o Mrs Jean Draden increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas.
Ht I Box 10.Fruitland .
t : Ontario Canada : Safe.to sse-"Manzate"istoughondiaease,mfld on plants.It can busedonpoUtoesrightuptoharvesttime..wonptstuntplantgrowth..
tl l You are hereby notified that a '
';9, cult has been filed against you In .
\ ,4: the above entitled cause Ole; and you Saves time and .....,-"Manzate" is a wettable powder
!;.J are hereby required to your an- ready to
!\, ewer with, the Clerk of this Court. mix wherever there'i water. It Is compatible with most insecticide
and to serve a copy thereof upon
.\.tl the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, and fertilizers BO you save money with efficient combination sprays
whose and address >la:
RAY BELDENSelden ", Saves trouble"Manzato" has been thoroughly proved over the
Building: know can depend it for
v years-you you on top disease control,
Daytona easy
: Ihi. 'lof1.drus.
not later than : handling.
.i If you fall to do to, decree pro
confeMo will\ be entered against On oUchmleott,follow hitting inttnuHoru and i
carl/all .
you for the relief demanded In the ,
bill of complaint. The nature of

: aid WITNESS milt I beingfor my hand divorce.and seal of t
'for. aid Court this Ith day of March. <[() POND MANZATE

.' A D. im. Each with "Mansata"
) (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE act you pry can
Clerk of said Circuit Court yield bushels more of :.. By Julia R. Harvey application Gt"Maniatt"protect your crop hills THINGS POI.ETni UVINO fungicidef
Deputy Clerk from late blight tuber rot, to ...TH/tOUGH PiEMlSTI'
March r-U-U-U-4tc
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slowly' lowered the gluey tip oft I have bred 61 species here." cakes liberally filled with air

Fashion Show Honor Roll of his rod. Suddenly, the tiny figure Accompanying the Ruschi i bubbles."I .

was caught on It. Telescoping article is a remarkable series of found .a. hummingbird gold

{Friday Evening Bunnell SchoolFourth sections slid the bird Into hummingbird photographs by mine," Dr. Greenewalt' says of

Tucker, Dr. Ruschi's hand. With lighter Dr. Crawford H. Greenwaltl I his meeting with Dr. Ruschi! in

.'.At Bunnell Gym Kirk Robertson grade-Elayne, Greg Robertson fluid, he washed away the chairman of the board of E. I. Brazil.!

Kim Lawton, sticky substance, and gently deposited du Pont de Nemours and Com
Kay Perryman,
". The Fashion Show sponsored Mike Kelley, Chip Johnston* the captive in a case pany, and a trustee of National

.by' the Idlewood Club will beheld Minnie Deer Dudley Improta, with others. All lay quitely, .Geographic.
at the Bunnell School Gym without apparent fear" PROFESSIONAL
Harris Lyna Knight,
Catherine I Using the electron microscopeand ,-
Oil Friday evening March 29, at Joy Lee, Betty Louise Stefllk A Lifetime Pursuit spectrophotometer, Dr. PHOTOGRAPHER
',,8 o'clock.The .
John Geller. I Augusto Ruschi, the grandson GreenewaK+ has shown, for the
fashions will be by Colony
Fifth grade-Lesa Knight, of an Austrian immigrant has first time, exactly how the structure M.
Casuals of Daytona Peach. Pro. Phillip WhitleyP.
{ Donna Spicer,
.. show will be Beth Matherly spent a lifetime gathering his of hummingbird feathers
ceeds from the
Gwen King, Jack Baker, Ty store of knowledge. lie once gives them iridescence. The
O. Box 1741
''r sed by the club for their conrlbution -
a Whitaker, Linda Church, Becky watched a hummingbird nest flashing colors, he reports, are
;, to the Band Trip and St. Augustine Florida
carried on Durrance, Jeanne Higginbotham, for 35 days, taking (time out onlyto due to light diffracted by a mosaic I

." .' local youth club.rfJiodels projects Cynthia Hinson. eat and snatch a little sleep. of tiny, elliptical platlets. Phone ID 7-3282
by, '
for the show will be Sixth grade-Georg Koczwanski To learn what and how Under the powerful microscope, Bunnell Florida

.. 'members of the club and band Robbie Creal, Carla Tucker, much, to feed the birds, young they appear somewhat like pan.

,. parents.' Nancy Hargett, Colleen Tucker, Ruschi. analyzed the contents of 1-

",. Carolyn Townsend. their stomachs. He found that
Seventh grade-Linda Bell,
'. the diet at first is mainly pro FOR

Cancer Society Sue Broadaway, Ben Cannon, tein insects), and, later, car

Hewitt Dupont, Linda Knight, bohydrates (flower nectar). : PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

Meeting Held Linda.McNab, Tony Parker, Joan ,
Dr. Ruscni was the first to get CANCER
I Wilson, Patty Robbie.

: Here TuesdayMrs. Eighth grade-Arthur Me- hummingbirds to breed in cap" AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH. :
tivity. "It took several years, .
Arthur Ford
Daniel, Vicky King, ,
Nell Riggs of St. Augus Catherine Stanish, Joanne Rus- he said. "But now we have i I T. COOK AGENCY

tine, who Is with the National them rearing young as freely as I Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
se.Ninth they do in the wild. So far we I
Cancer Society, met here Tuesday grade--John Matthews, ,j

afternoon with County .
r a, Betty Bourne.
Chairman Homer Brooks, Vice. I Tenth grade-Mike Hornsby, II','" ..

Chairman Gwen McGriff, and Candy Lovell.

Crusade Chairman Bette McDan- Eleventh grade-Sue King, Skip the sulphur and molasses-

lei. Gloria Moore, Nell Johnston, Al- i;

1; *'The' meeting was 'held to plan lids Tucker, Nancy Wilson, Gall \ :

fork the Flagler County Cancer Wadsworth. t '' ': 1r' >' "
Crusade which will be during Twelfth grade-Sandra Gum. ,

April.. Plans were made to hold ble, Caroline Clifton, Barbara' "

the Residential Crusade on April Smythe, Mechele Stefllk.Hummingbirds. Chevrolet Super Sports' have a charm that Sport zing applies to the Corvair Monza

29. 'Business and Industries are soothes your springtime yen for romantic Spyder, very breezy with its air-cooled 150-

during the month.Grandmother. adventure as fast as you can slip into a horsepower rear-mounted engine and 4.

bucket seat. (Especially the Impala's, with speed shift'.Ditto for the new Corvette Stingits

of In Brazil Give adjustable new Comfortilt steering Ray, a magnificent thoroughbred among
wheel'.) Front bucket seats are pure-blood sports cars with not

Diesin a great start, but Super Sports asinglesacrificeincomfort.Bothalso
Spicer Up Their SecretsTo feature plush all-vinyl interiors SUPER SPORT Spyder and Sting Ray come in

special interior-exterior coupe or convertible styles. All
the uninitiated, a man who
Bristol VirginiaRev. fishes for hummingbirds trim in tasteful touches, and a " Chevrolet Super Sports are like
veritable feast of goodies we call spring days-you've got to get
W. L. Spicer, Jr., pastor seem eccentric. But there Is
of the Bunnell Methodist Church, freakish about Augusto performance options'. Chevrolet , out in them to savor them. So
and Chevy II Super Sports catch yourself a passing zephyr
\ I ,was called to Bristol, Va., Thursday Ruschi. One of the world's.great
invite adventure in convertible and waft on down to your
to attend grandmother'sfuneral I If naturalists, he has devised this .
or coupe form.That same Super Chevrolet showroom.
f I II I '' Mrs. J. W. Spicer. method to capture the tiny .*dptienal tl ntrt....
\l 'Mrs. Spicer has been in failIng birds for study in his home

;, health for several years and state of Espirito Santos, Brazil.

f broke her hip recently. She was Dr. Ruschi has discovered two

90 years of age. previously unknown varieties of

Funeral services were held In hummingbirds, and rediscovered

Bristol Saturday morning.She .
one species long thought ex
Is survived by five sons, I tinct. He also has introducedto }

several grandchildren and great. ,
science more than a score ff, M (yi.

I grandchildren. of new plants and animals.In .

... \ iv! Tin cinci IT cornr. ; OK the big flying enclosures
KI.AIU.ICU rOI'lSTY ...onID"I of his biological station outside I '
('nA' ('I nY NO. 4SIK
JONErit H. COLEMAN. Santa Teresa, hundreds of hum.
.' Plaintiff,
VI. mingbirds sip nectar from bill-

RALLY COLEMAN.Defendant.NOTIfH lInat trees and shrubs. There,

i TO DEFEND they live, flght, court-even nest
SALLY COLEMAN and rear families.
y IB Babcock Lane Speaks Bird LanguageThe
I LtfVittown New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a story of the Brazilian
suit has been filed against you In
ornithologist Is told in article
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required ktoorlrhr.oO: answer entitled' "The Man Who Talksto
with the ,
and to verve a copy thereof upon Hummingbirds" in the Janu

the whose, plalntlf name or and plaintiff address attorney it: ary National Geographic. Its w---- \ v1

HAY SELPEN author, staff member Luis Mar-
Helden' Building.
Daytona Heach. Florida den, says that Dr. Ruschi knows
net later than April 22. A. D. 196S. more about the of these
If you full to do so, decree pro ways
ronfenno will be entered against birds than anyone else in the
you for the relief' demanded' In the
; Mil of complaint The nature of world.
\ Bald milt being for divorce "His rapport with them is so
WITNESS my hand and leal of
aid Court thl* 19th day of MarchA. close" Mr. Marden writes after

( r>. 1963.Ofilctal Heal: ) E. A. 8MYTHHS watching him in action, "that I

Clerk of said Circuit Court believe he can understand what
fly Julia H. Harvey .
Deputy Clerk they say in chirps and trills, >
March XI-M & April -U-4tcIM
and I am convinced that, in a

TIIII ciiirrrr toritT OF sense, he can talk to them.
,......\HI.I.n "OPNTY, 1.onIU. I'I'I
IV! C'llANCKRV! 4818 To demonstrate how the flash
CAR!. a BOLT. ing little creatures
Plaintiff I are captured,
VI. Dr. Ruschi invited the Geograph
,'LA nA U. DOLT. __ r
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Defendant I ic reporter on an expedition into I v gyps h t tr
a forested of the
OB1 TO: green preserve
STATE M, t'ptruA. nearby hill country. Equipment I
Place of residence and
fast Office adddreaa unknownYou included an aluminum tele I
are hereby notified that a scopic rod and a live owl. The
milt has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you rod's end was smeared with 't I + I fJ
are hereby required to file' your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court sticky birdlime to entrap the

I And to nerve a copy thereof upon birds. The owl was a decoy.Dr. .
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney.
whose name and addren I I.: Ruschi tethered his owl to
leo N. Itldffewood Ave. a platform hung on a sapling. Models thovn eloehnu:ConeUt Sting Ray Convertible, Corsair Monza Spyder l

Dayton Beach Florid Standing nearby, he began Convertible,Ckemltt IMpala Super Sport Conpertibfc, Chevy II Nora 400 Super
not later than April II. A. I>. IftS. Sport Conwrtiob. Center: Soap Box Derby Racer, built by AJMmeriean boys.
If you fall to do BO, : prounfeaso whistling soft, liquid notes.
f, r'C'"I:
3 I.(Oil for the will relief be demanded In the tl |I Soon hummingbirds fluttered a- NOW SEE WHATS NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SHALLTUMLIN
hillof complaint. The nature of i bout scolding !their enemy. One
l amid suit, heinz r for divorce. I I .
WITNESS my hand and seal of I,dropped down, perched In a
.. .ld Court thin 18th day of March bush and The
chirped shrilly.
n usj.
I (')Ili.-il "Peal K. A. PMYTlin I owl looked bored. It was an old CHEVROLET COMPANYTELEPHONE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
lly Julia U. Harvey
Deputy Clerk. I act.The doctor moved forward ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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