Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00573
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 9, 1964
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: VID00573
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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Named New TELEPHONE > Directory Out REPRESENTATIVESpeaker Asks for Concrete

Board ChairmanOtis I Mrs. E. A. Smythe of Bunnell Next Wednesday of the evening at the i I|On Interstate 95
whose brothers and sisters re meeting of the Flagler Senior j i

Hunter, vice chairman of I jj side in Florida California, New Citizens Club, Tuesday. January)'
the Board of County York, and Illinois decided the Bunnell and Flagler Beach f(7, at the Recreation Center In The Bunnell City Commission

stoners the past 12 Commis.1, 1 best way to solve the impossibility telephone numbers started re J Flagler Beach, was L. E Clifton, adopted a resolution at Mon-

elected chairman at the board's of having a family re celving a new look in 1963. Co a representative of the State Insurance night's meeting urging the State

meeting Monday. George Wick union at Christmas time wouldbe incldlng with delivery of the Department. The Department Road Department to use concretefor

line was named vice chairman. to have a visit by telephone.She 1964 Issue of the telephone directory has ,a Senior Citizens pavement on Interstate 95 In

Both are to serve one year. contacted the telephone on January 15, all the Services Section which provides t this area The commissioners u

John Bielejeskl was the successful company several weeks before telephone subscribers In these Information and counsel to any I pointed out that workers of the

bidder for the one acre of and made arrangements for a two areas will have the latest senior citizen who has a problemIn I Lehigh Portland Cement Com

land owned by the board at the tonference call at 9:30: on Sun system of new numbers. connection with securing adequate pany plant are now on a lay.

city limits on State Road 100. day evening after Christmas. Southern Bell's district man. and sound health Insurance off of several weeks.It .

Jeff Cockrell was low bidder. She then notified each memberof ager Buck Moore said that this coverage.At was voted to send a copy

George Miles Moody, chairmanof her family of the time she means simply that two digits 4 the conclusion of Clifton's of the resolution to Governor

the avaiatlon committee, appeared would be calling for a post and 3, are substituted for the Informative talk he answered Bryant, the State Road Depart

before the board request. Christmas visitEnjoying letters "ID" and 'HE" In both many questions from the audience ment and to Florida's Congress

Ing immediate steps be taken by the reunion with exchanges and the last five lie issued a blanket invitation men and Senators.

the board to keep vehicles off Mrs. Smythe were Mrs. Harriett digits remain the same. For ex. to all present to visit his Mr. Pluckett of the State

the airport runways. The board Watkins, Bronxville, N. Y., ample; ID7-9000 and HE9-9000, office in Daytona Beach at any Paving Company met with the

instructed L. M. Whiatker, road James Henry Powell, Peoria, Ill., merely become, 437.90000 and time they wished additional commission to discuss prices and

superintendent to cut certain Mrs. Mary Church, San Francisco 4399000. data concerning companies writing types of materials needed for

road adjacent to the Held In Calif., Mrs. Catherine Tenney, Why all numerals: instead of hospitalization insurancethat patching and repaying several

two with ditches that would San Dalgo California, and R. A. two letters and five numerals had been duly licensed by streets In the city limits. He

prevent access to the field ex Powell of Bunnell. "Well, there are several rea the state. and the commissioners decided

cept the entrance road. sons", said Moore. I Four flrst timers were In the to meet Wednesday afternoon togo

Adopted a resolution asking Dan Ray Rice "For one thing, the All-num group of 36 that attended the over the streets so he can
that the State Road Departmentuse ben Calling System will make Senior Citizens meeting. Hosts make an estimate of the cost. I

cement on the construction Passed possible many more number and hostesses for the next meeting It was voted to close the alleyin

of Interstate 95 in this area.: Away combinations, and this Is important Tuesday evening, January Block 99. All property owners .

Approved a plat (first add. P. M. for future growth. At 21, will be Mr. and Mrs. Harold In the block had signed a \

dillon to Johnson. Beach) on Sunday present, there are many combinations BIgelow and Mr. and Mrs. Walt. petition asking for the closing.
north A1A.Appointed. which are not suitable Creal. Pctltloert were Mrs. Minnie ){C. +
Dan Ray Rice, son of Mr. and er
Commissioners Jack because no easily understood Klnght Howell, Mrs, Irma Park
of 209
Mrs. Earl E. Rice North
Clegg and George Wickline to central office name can be made er, and the First Methodist
Forsyth Street Bunnell, passed
present proposed recreation I away Sunday afternoon, January for them. There are 800 combinations School Board Church of Bunnell.
available using all numerals Mrs Howell is owner of lots
projects for Flagler to the State
5. at the home of his parents.
Board of Conservation. compared with about 540 Met 1, 2, 3,10,11, and 12. Mrs. Park.
He was born In Waterloo,
Commissioner Wickline asked! using ,Central office nameV er owns lots 4 and 9. The Methodist I
Iowa and had resided here with
for and was granted a draglineto his parents for the past twelve "Another reason," Moore said Short SessionIn Church owns lots 5, 0, 7,
begin work "Is that the new numbering system and 8. .. The church plansto ,
Wednesday morning He fifteen of f
digging a slip for a dredge years. was years . is necessary for Bunnell and addition to routine busi build a new"parsonage on. the

,..begin work on the old'Coast'Guard ; age.J&n&9l: se viccs' were held, ?at Flagler Beach'fn""th'nationwide* to participate nessrje Board of Public Instructfon -, church...r::' property.'.., ,' It-- .....: ..,. _..,... ..
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station' Padt' eU"nii1 r two clock Wednesday after.: at 1t1"meetlnr"7J&'sday ... ._ w '1'
Direct DlaUng'network
Beach. Distance morning approved sick
from the Funeral
noon Craig which allow telephone subscrib leaves, and pupil assignments-
Chapel 201 East Moody Boule ers to dial their own long distance nine for Bunnell school and five Solomon Sturman

vard. Rev. Howard Porter, pastor calls" for Carver school. It also votedto
i of the First Methodist Church of Died
Recreation Group The use of all numbers will pay the expenses of 10 or 12 Wednesday
Bunnell officiated. Interment fol.
also reduce errors in dialing and teachers attending a math workshop I I
Meeting TonightAt lowed at the Espanola Cemetery. wrong numbers," Moore said. during the month In Daytona I In Newport NewsSol
He Is survived his
by parents that extensive. t
He pointed out Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rice, Bunnell; Sturman of Newport New, j
Civic CenterA experiments and actual usage i The board discussed costs '
one brother, Earl Rice II, Bun I Va., brother of Raphael Sturman
by telephone users have shown and plans for Carver school
of Bunnell Wednesday
I passed away
group of person interestedIn nell.Active the AII.Num system to be I gym. Several types of material afternoon In a Newport
S. T.
creating more recreational pallbearers were
faster and more accurate. People which have been proposed weredlscus.ed
facilities have scheduled Brooks R. E. Brooks, Gene Barber News hospital Xoliowint a long
a pub.
like It better because it does t.but members decided
Illness. He 7S of
Richard Cantrcll Cau- waa yean age
lie Jerry
meeting tonight at 7:30 in
away with misspelled central of. to look into the matter further
lie i is survived his wife
the civic ley, Marvin McCabe. Honorary by ,
center, and inviting
lice names and confusion between and report at the next meeting.The .
Mrs Jennie Sturman
bearers Carle G. H. Newport
all Interested to were Ray ,
person attend "
the letter 0" and numeral members heard a reportof
Knight, Jack Forson, Chester News; one daughter, Mrs. Freda
Remley Murray told The Tribune "0", and between the letter a number of break Ins, de Adelson News
Ruggles, Dr. John Canakarls Newport ; one
yesterday.This "Iand the numeral "1". facing school property, and
brother Sturman Bun-
Raphael ,
Wilfred Hunter, Joe White, and
The new system using seven property stolen. It was reported
group, he said, has met J. L. Crews. nell.
numerals will eventually be that & heavy duty battery had
Informally several times and Services were under the direction Funeral services will be heldIn
used throughout the United been stolen from the FFA tractor
discussed feasibility of estab. of Craig Funeral Home of Newport News at 11 o'clock
llshlng other recreational facilities States during the holidays.The .
Bunnell. The body rested at the Friday morning.
in the Moore said1 the new telephone board alto voted to ask
county. Chapel from o'clock Tuesday r
one directory being issued will show O. F. Alford and Charles Crt-aI'' l

.. He_said a representative of I until the funeral hour. all Bunnell and Flagler Beach to appraise a one-acre plot of r;
the Farm and Home Administration ---- telephone numbers as seven digit ground on the J. B Pelllcer farm. Farm Loan Law

will be present to tell LIBRARY CLUB numbers.

what FHA can do and to answer WILL CONDUCT He stated that all subscribers Time Extended.

questions. BOOK DRIVEThe using their telephone numberson ART CLASS MEETS t

Library Club will letterhead, advertising ma NEXT ON JANUARY 22 To End of 1964A
terails! and similar items, should
RESOLUTIONS SENT book drive to obtain books for change to the new numbers just Mrs. Hazel! Holland said today communication to The,Tribune I j

the city library during next I as soon as possible the next meeting of the Art from Congressman D.; IL .1
'The Flagler Beach City Com week, January 13th through Class at the Bunnell High (Billy( ) Matthew say the

mission the Bunnell City Com January 20th.Anyone School building! will be on January emergency farm loan law dead 1

mission the Board of County wishing to donate I engaged by the City Commissioners 22.The line has been extended to December ,

Commissioners, and the Flagler books should contact the follow. to catalogue the booksIn Instructor, Don Emery of 31, 1964. i
County Chamber of Commerce Ing Library Club members to ar the ..
library and to set up the Daytona Beach, was called to ,;
each has adopted resolutions range for pickup service: Ida new filing system for the books. New York on business and will Flafler county If listed aa .1

Joining with State Senator Verle Allen In the Bunnell area, Harry The project Is under the supervision not return until January 17. among those eligible for the \

Pope requesting the State Road Xuleskl In the Flagler Beach of Mrs., Jeannle Cannon, The first meeting after Christmas loan provisions.
Department to use locally made area, and Mary Matthews in the School Librarian.CHTMfAWITE. was scheduled tonight but This action was made necessary '

cement for construction of Interstate St. Johns, Haw Greek area. These had to be postponed until the. because many farmers In
Route 951 people may be contacted by telephone later date.SMALL all types of agriculttitt through
Senator Pope sent his letter at their homes during GROOMING out this area have not ..umdent.'I

to the road department about off-achool hours. Also anyone Mutual grooming plays an I CLAIMS I ly recovered from the aubatan yl i

10 days go.IfOTIOH. wishing to do so may leave important part in the social life tlal losses sustained in the
freeze of 1963 to obtain needed :
books at Ida Allen's home.I of chimpanzees. A pair sits I '
ABOUT BIXDS I The support of the public will quietly for hours, searching JANUARY 22nd credit from local sources.: fJ I

be appreciated during this through each other's black coats Judge Leola Jones of the "Any fanner desiring Information ':,J

Contrary to common notion, worthwhile book drive The 11. for dirt, grass seeds, or ticks. Small Claims Court said there about emergency loans or ..':

birds rarely If ever sleep with brary Club is happy to report Some students of animal be* were no claims at the court set* other type of assistance avail :

their heads under a wing.' Many that Its work In the dty library harlot see In this activity the slon yesterday. The next session able through the Farmers IJotitf

place the bill among the feathers Is progressing very well first beginnings of true social will be held at the FUfler Administration should get in "I'J:

between the body proper Services of the Bunnell High and altruistic behavior In the Countdy Courthouse on January touch with the local fflce of the r 'I
and wing joInt. School Library Cub has been whole I :
animal kingdom 22 from 9 to 12 o'clock. acf'nCIt was stated. 1 i


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SKIRTS To 75% OFF SLACK SETS Regular $4.29 ea. 2 J 5

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two hundred skirts to choose from. Sizes 518. broken sizes 3.7. .

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Miss Linda Joan Clapp, daughter the lace which extended aroundto VEGETOLE
of Mr. and Mrs. J, Wallace the back of the gown and
Clapp of Daytona Beach, becamethe on Into the full chapel sweep. SUGAR "
bride of Thomas D. Wells, The center front was adorned
Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas with small roses of the nylon Shortening
D. Wells, S., of 'Flagler Beach, and lace as was the center of
on December 29 at the St. Mary's the back of the skirt. Her elbow '
Episcopal Church in Daytona length veil of silk illusion was 5Lb. ; i
Beach. attached pearls. to a crown of all seed 49 : : : Lb. <;

Matron of honor was Mrs. Bad .; 39
Paul E. Baker, sister of the bride, The matron of honor and Can
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Miss Marjorie Clapp, dresses of royal blue peau satin. <
maids were Limit one with'$5.00 food order--
or more '
aunt of the bride from Mamaro- They were sheath styled with ,Limit'one with $5.00 or more food order2tr
neck, N.Y.,. and Miss Melba scooped necklines, and three.
Tucker from Bunnell. quarter'length sleeves. They featured Can Shurfine 300 Can Sweet Treet CRUSHED
a circular oversklrt done
Best man was Henry Wells, In soft folds, fastening In, front For 00 PINEAPPLE For
brother of the groom, and ush with a small dlor bow The Peaches 4 $1 5 $1
ers were Paul E. Baker, brother. head pieces were of the same
in-law of the bride, and Lloyd material and done In the same
Blmberly. dior bow as the oversklrt fea
tured. 303 Ga. Red 303 Argo GREEN & WHITE ,
The bride's flowers were white,

carnations baby orchids.and roses All with attendants white I The dress mother of champaign of the bride crepe worea with Tomatoes 2 For 25< LIMAS 2 For 29* I

carried red poinsettias, tinted I matching accessories. Her corsage -
with silver, with red streamers. was light green orchids.
Matron of honor carried red Mother of the groom wore a
poinsettias with silver streamers. wine panvelvet dress with black 4 oz. 3 Diamond St. & P. 303 Bush Turnip, Mustard, or Collards

The bride's dress was a full pink accessories.orchids.COMMUNITY.Her corsage was MUSHROOMS Each!, $ Fir *
length gown nylon organza 25 GREENS 2 19 I
and chantllly I are. The basque
bodice had a lare trimmed sabrina CHURCH NEWS
neckline and long organza MIX OR MATCH
sleeves with lace appliques at The Ladies and Guild of the Kraft's
the waist. There were a few seed ,Community Memorial Church MIRACLE Giant Size LIQUID
pearls scattered through the lace will meet today (Thursday) at
at the neckline. 2 P. M. In Fellowship Hall. Quart Each
School at 9:45 A. M. WHIP 49
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Thursday_ January 9, _1964. __ _u.._ J.GLEh TIUBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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Miss Melba tJizaoeth t Fucker Miss Nancy Carol BrannamI (ilMl PIdffda. will memorial be observed this year at the on

I'Sunday, January 12, in order to
I i permit as large an attendanceas

i possible, Foster L. Barnes, director .
I announced.
Other special programs are

I scheduled at Foster memorialslocated

at the University of
i Pittsburgh and at Bardstown.

a I Kentucky, to pay tribute to the
composer whose melodies often
I are called "the voice of Amer-
I ica."
j ,
I Stephen Foster Week obescrv-

ante is always the first major

I event' of the New Year for the
Florida Foster mcrolal, and it
y I Y y is expected music lovers from

throughout Florida and South
1yE Georgia, as well as many winter .
I visitors, to attend the pro.

grams on January 18 and

I II 19, Barnes said.

Subscribe to The Flagler,Tribune

I J2L50 A Year In Advance



and Mrs. Levi Brannam of
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Bunnem announce engagement a ...!. Pet W.r4 ..... ....rel..*
of their daughter, Nancy CONSERVATION ffl ...!. I* mlmlmmt ...r...

'r Carol, to David Scott Shields, Service Station Attendants 21.40.

Mr and Mrs. A. W Tucker of Bunnell announce the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S *T High 'School Ed. preferred, $1.25an

engagement of their daughter, Melba Elizabeth, to Loyd Shields, also of Bunnell. NEWS hour. Uniforms furnished.
TUman W. Robinson
. Charles Bembry, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bembry of The bride-elect was born in Apply at Sunoco Station, North

) Alachua, Florida. Daytona Beach and moved here A multiple use recreationalhas U. S. 1 Bunnell. 1.9-ltp

,'+ n Miss Tucker is a graduate of Bunnell High School, Class with her family in 1954. She at. recently been proposed for
{; I of 1958. She is employed by Flagler Truck &: Tractor Company tended the Bunnell High School Flagler County. The suggested FOR SALE-45x10 HOUM Trail
,'. er; utility building; 100 x 225'
of Bunnell. was member of the recreational establishment has
and graduating
, f I."< Mr. Bembry is employed by Florida Power &: Light Com class of 1960. She is a been made under the auspices' lot. Tel. 4373558. 12.2tJ.tlc

.... ',.". pany in Starke. of the Flagler County Rccrea
, .. senior at the University of Flor FOR SALE-Used lumber, 1,000
. The wedding date will be announced later. ida and Is to graduate in April tlon Association.The ft. l"x4"x5/8" tongue and grooveGO

'""'I. 1964 with a Bachelor of Education recreation facilities suggested $ ; 800 ft. flooring $59; 700 ft.

degree. She is resident assistant under the proposal would galvanized sheet roofing, across
HARRIS DENMARK Among those returning to college .
I I on the housing staff at include a 9-hole golf course from Bunnell Restaurant Call
WEDDING ISANNOUNCED ,I after a Christmas visit at the university. (with provisions to expand to 18 Saturday and Sunday. 1.9-ltp
the home of their parents were
Miss Patty Nelsen, Elaine Deen, During high school she was holes later), a modern regulation FOR SALJ-G.M.C. 2"ton truck

. '.J,' Mrs. C. L. Jones of Bunnell an. Gall Wadsworth, Cary Holland, active in Trl-Hl-Y, a delegate to size swimming pool, a club aluminum body, lift gate. Good
': nominees the marriage of her Nell Johnston, Zelda and Joe: tha, state. convention, ,representative |house, tennis courts, target running condition." Daytona 233-

daughter, Carolyn K. Harris to Smith, and Polly Forson, who I to Youth Legislature, Fu. range, picnic areas and related 2537. Jan 9 lIp

Durward Denmark, son of Mrs. are attending F. S. U. at Talla ture Teachers of America, Beta facilities.
Winnie Hewitt of Jacksonville. hassee. Club, Band, Camera Club, class It is the object of the groupof I FOR SALE-LP Gas outfit, used

I reporter, and received The Amer. Flagler County people who Preway yellow porcelain wall
The couple exchanged vows : Returning to the University in lean Legion Citizenship Award.At backing the project that it oven; Waste King Stainless Steel

on December 20th in Gainesville were David Shields, the university she is a should be completely self sustaining surface unit. Reasonable Call

Georgia.. The bride Nahunta'i I I Nancy Brannam, Billy Deen, member of the Mortar Board and pay for itself overa ID 7.3384. Jan 2-2tp

suit with black i Ronnie Canakarls Robert Cook (National Senior Women's Honorary period of years. It is proposed bed.
After the services the couple I I I and Ronald Jaszzck. ; Women Students' Association that financing be done through FOR REHT-Untuml.hed 2

.' spent a short honeymoon in t 1 I Randy Morris to Northwestern Corresponding Secretary; an agency of the U.S. Department room duplex screened apartment. Phone Large
rooms, porch.
Reldsville, N. C ,I Kentucky; Mike McMillan to President of the Yule Residence. of Agriculture-Farmers ID 7-3301 12-19-TF
Mr. Denmark is employed with j j I Newman Carson, Tennessee; Jim Hall Council; and University of Home Administration as provided
Home Bumsed to Jax State, Alabama; Florida Honor Court Justice. under the Agricultural Act FOR SALE 50 x 10 House Tiall-
Inc. and
Enterprises they
will reside in Jacksonville Flor John Craig, Ouachita College, The bridegroom to be was of 1962. The FHA representative er; utility building; 100'x225'lot
ida. Ark., Michael Parker to M. I. T; born in Summit, N, J., and Raymon McGough, has been Tel. 437.>>.8. 12-26-tfc
I II Lynda Harris, Massey Business moved to Bunnell in 1952. He contacted and so far has made
favorable overtures toward theproject. WANTED IRONING to do at my
College, Jacksonville attended Bunnell High School
Tom Lenssen has returned home, reasonable. Pick up A de!
Returning to Charity Hospital and was a member of the classof
from a Holiday vacation in New
liveI)'. Phone ID 7-3CC9.
Nursing School were Dlame 1900.
Mexico and Texas. 10.2'I-tt
Green and Carol Hoskins.Mr. During high school he was a Stephen Foster

member of the Band and Assistant .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis SEPTIC TANK cleaning: ; drain
Hunter several days this week and Mrs. Richard Palcz- Conductor for two years; Died I 100 Years fields Installed; snail ahelL Rea.

were Patrolman and Mrs. Glenn weski and son Rocky, have re Beta Club; Hl Y, Chaplain and sonable prices. Call George Ja-

Dufore of Okeechobee. They are turned to their home here aftera Parliamentarian; and Senior Ago At Age 37 rot, ID 7-3110 S-l-tf .
Holiday visit with membersof Class President.
former residents of Bunnell. their families in Chicago. He Is a senior at the Universe On January 13, a hundred HELP WANTED-Coup!* to run ,

They were accompanied home ity of Florida In Gainesville andis years ago, Stephen Foftler died restaurant, living quarters In. '
Rev. Robert Carr and
by his mother, Mrs. Helen Palcz- to graduate in April 1964 witha in New York City at the age eluded. Must have experience.
Mrs. Roberta Pollock and son weskl who will remain for a visit Bachelor of Arts Degree.At of 37, leaving America and the Will pay great percent of gross
Keith, of Zellwood visited here Animal Land
to right party. ,
the university he is a member world a rich heritage of melodies !
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. A1A, 10 miles north of FlaglerBeach.
Yelvington.John the Cooperative Living including Suwannee River, 8-MJ
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Organization, President, Purchase now Florida's state song.

Drady during the holidays were ing Agent, and a member of the This weekend and next, special
Hardin Is a patient In the
Mrs. Drady's brother and sisterin Board of Directors; also the University programs will be held at JOHNSTON'S
Hospital receiving med.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reevesof of Florida Men's Presi I the Stephen Foster Memorial at
leal treatment.'itt44. IXAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO.
Woodbury, Georgia dent's Council. White Springs on the banks of
The wedding will be an eventof Suwannee River honoring a musical
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter August 1901. genius whose reputation asa ACREAGE I\
Knight this week Is. bars.Knight's .: l. composer is far greater today
lee us for TOW reed islets needs
sister, Mrs. Horace Florida from than it
Imports other was a century ago.
Office Phone HE 0.2242
JULIE WHAT CRESHAM Locke of Tampa. Mrs Locke accompanied states almost 45 per cent of the National Stephen Foster Day,
Residence Phones ID 74G91
Mr. and MIL Marvin Greshamof Band students from which Its '
pulpwood nine millsmake designated as January 13 by a I
Gainesville are the parents of Tampa to the Clinic in Daytona Into pulp or paper. I joint congressional resolution In or ID 7-3317 !

a daughter born January 7 at Beach today and will visit here ----- -- ,
Alachua Hospital there. She has during the clinic. i

been given the name of Julie MILLERELECTRONICS
Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Wray. I Australia has an average of
She is the grand daughter of e.Jabaly's .
only 3.6 persons per square ALSO
Mr. and Mrs. IL F. Wray and t mile, compared to 349 in India, 1744 Ocean Soot Blvd. CleanersAND )
J. F. Gresham of BunnelL the National Geographic Reports Rug

ELIZABETH)tr. and Mrs.REGINA Jeffrey SEALS Seale announce with Alsco Dupont Aluminum"TEDLAR"Siding WASHERSDRYERS I Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners

the arrival of a eight
Not A Paint
pound seven and one half ContactVerDon Call Collect 72-0377 I
ounce daughter born January & ID 7-3575 BUNNELL

She Elizabeth has been Regina given the name of 439.2214 A.Flagler Raymond Beach; ALL WORK CaA&AKTCED I SERVING FLACLER COUNTY _

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gw1dthfg in IJ.J 1o4 des Books Are My DishBy books every week and returnin -I' The adult Atlantic mackerel TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUBSHVBftTH -

one cane-a carton of : < JUDICIAL ClllOVlfOK
must literally swim for Its life
) Dorothy Homans) books unopened before anyone I FtutGLHlt COUNTY. 1> CIIAVCHUV. -
(By Sharpe
Kerrey had an opportunity to Me them. If it stopped swimming, this important NO. 4TH7!

Mrs. Mable Green of the Flag. imam.
food fish would suffo
Gardening: is like exchanging i Plaintiff
ler Beach Hotel has given the Often need to look at I
you a
gift*. Some folks do it before cate since it requires a continuous VAN
Flagler Woman's Club Library i book several times before you SARAH M. PELT Ot al.
Christmas while store owners Detend8nts.NOTICE .
flow of water to its
individuals ex copte of Ideal Magazine cover decide you want It. And Madison I TO DEFEND
swear that most
ing a seven-year period. These Avenue advertising with its :i blood supplied with oxygen.I i TO: SARAH M. VAN PBLT. not I
change gifts after Csristmas known to be dead or alive! and I
handsome books consist of emphasis on Status seems to be I UNKNOWN HaiR DBVISORANTBB8. I

R If in the "after class," verses illustrated with photographs entering into the book picture. . . . . . . . . A88I .
you are . . .. . . . . .:'eMr .ORe CRMBID ITORe. THUS-
then consider exchanlng the unwanted In color of flowers and The Culture Vultures will be F. ALFORD OR OTHER PARTIES on

gifts for plants. A check landscapes. Not one line of advertising happy.In I Registered CLAIMANTS under or against, claiming the said by. through SARAH,

list of plants to barter for include I M VAN PELT (who Is not knownto
I be dead or alive) In or to the
rose azalea or camellia. I The 1964 prospect for booksis Virginia' a group of young Real Estate'Broker following described land situatedIn

confusing. For all that some publishers proclaim they hope Flagler County Florida, to-wit:
of Government Lot 2
Bunnell Florida Part of
Camellias are adapted to declare the nation has never next year will see a book of atUEa Township 11 South.

many landscape uses, says Dr. read so much as now becauseof poems on every table. That will ler Range County. Florida, situated and in Flag more

E. W. McElwee, horticulturistwith the cheap pocket books. The be the day. And what poet IN TIIK CIRCUIT counT OF particularly described as follows:
FL.Af.LKn COUNTY. FLOIIIUA beginning at the point where the
Extension would
the Agricultural Wall Street Journal says they want that? Books belongon IN IIAMTFRY NO. 48O1DOKIS South boundary oithe said Government

Service,, a shelf or in a hand, or in KIUSTOFPlaintiff. Lot 2 Intersects the Easterly
are not doing so partly boundary of the SOO foot rightof
Camellias can be used as the stores demand new the pocket I suspect the poetry ".. way of the Florida Intracoastal

foundation plants, mass, screen books will be in the new book I GEORGE KRISTOFDefendant 'i Waterway in Plat according Book 4 to at plat'paga recorded 1-!

and accent plantings, lawn and bracket-the $15 to $4$ books NOTICE TO DEFEND of the Public Records of Flag
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ler County, Florida, and running
background groupings, clipped of camellias, then consider a that are now on the publishers'list GEORQK KRISTOF thence North 41* 43' 56- West, along

and unclipped hedges and as And the new books c/o D Erdmann the said Easterly right of way boundary
grape vine. The grape vine Is pocket 41 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle a distance of 159 3s feet,
tubbed specimens in the patioor the answer for gardeners who ranging from $4 to $6. I fear Paris Xe France thence North 62' SI' 04* East a
I You are hereby notified that a distance of 918.88 feet to Perma-
,in the Florida room. have a yen for adding another the real booklover will not be I I suit has been filed agalnet'you In nent Reference Monument No.1.
the above entitled cause, and you located on the top edge of the
The sasanqua camellias can I fruit in the back yard. An ar able to afford buying any book. I are hereby to answer ocean barr'er; thence continuing

be used as espaliers for creating bor constructed of notched rosin- with [hub : rlhr.o-go North 62' 31' 04* East a distance
and to serve a copy thereof upon of approximately 50.0 feet to the
foliage patterns on otherwise rich poles and decked with split Sucess is not so much of a the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney mean high water line of the ,wa
uninteresting fences and wall whose name and address Is: I ters of the Atlantic Ocean; thence
natter of talent of
rails will add a homestead lookto as concen- RAY SELDEN Southeasterly, on a meander of the
space.. "acres." ration and perseverance. Selden Building mean high water line; of the watersof
your Beach Florida, USA. the Atlantic
Daytona Ocean a distanceof
> Slow growing camellia varieties If the old-fashioned arbor idea I not later than January IS, 1964. approximately 73C.S5l1&t3e to
, are best for base accent If you fall to do so. decree pro the South line of the -
does not suit your fancy, then *.
confesso will be entered against ernment Lot 2. thence South 88
and hedge plantings, while rarities there are a number of modern i you for the relief demanded in the 46' 11* West, along the South line
.. Community bill of complaint. The nature of of the said Government Lot 2. a
with spreading growth methods for holding up the I said suit being for divorce. distance lnol approximately 54.0
.habits are recommended for I vines. Memorial Church WITNESS my hand and seal of to a on the top edge tf the
,. fruiting said Court this 17th day of December ocean barrier and said point being
,mass group and undipped hedge Toy with the Idea of growing I inter-de..hd.atlial A. D. 1963 South 23' 42' 04* East, a distance
I (Official Seal) E A 8MYTHE of 712.41 feet from the above men-
plantings. Varieties having a your own beverage. Take a AIR CONDITIONED Clerk of said Circuit Court tioned Permanent Reference Monu
pyramidal or upright habit are By Julia It. Harvey ment No.1; thence continuing
month or so to make up your I DaytonA .A.... I Deputy Clerk South 88' 46' U* West along the

t best. suited for accent, formal mind, because the grape planting Dec. 19-28 & Jan 2-9-4tc South line_.of the said GovernmentLot
FLAGLER BEACH ---- z, a distance or 840.05 feet to
t plantings and for
dipped hedges. season is from now until IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF the point of beginning of this description
Flower-wlse the camellias are March. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. L.AUI.KH COUNTY, FLOIIIDA .
IN (:IIANCPKY: NO. 407 Subject however, to right of
divided into seven groups. It is I Since 1880 grape growing has Church Service 1100; A.M. THOMAS LEROY 8NYDER way of State Road No, A1A.

'essehtial to learn to recognize the of failure W. Plaintiff Bearings are referred to the True
run gauntlet to Pastor I v.. Meridian and parcel contains 8.49
these flower forms if you are I success. Now success is on your RVKHYONB WELCOME heresa Elizabeth Agnes Defendant Snyder acres. more or less exclusive of
the right of of State toad
to speak the Jargon of a ca. side because University of Florida NOTICE TO DEFEND No. A1A. way

,. mellla fancier. liE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ALSO all of said Government Lot
I 1 Agricultural Experiment Station iTIIK COUNTY junoR'i! toimr Theresa Elizabeth Agnes Snyder 2. lying Southerly of a Westerly
,The flower forms range from researchers have developed IV AM FOR FI.AGLFH COUN- 407 William Street production of the Northerly boun
I Tl, FMHIIDA. I\: I'IIORATE.CA'E Bound Brook, New Jersey dary of the above described
the simple single to the Irregular : two sure-growing grapes. They NO. 6.10 You are hereby notified that asuit eel I: Northerly of a West produce par
'double or form. In between I IN Rh: Estate of has been filed against you in tion 1 the South boundary of the
peony are Lake Emerald and Blue Veof
CHRISTY FINCH deceasedNOTII the above entitled cause; and you described parcel: Easterlyof
I are the semt-double, in. Lake grape. The Emerald Is a 'H 0V FILMING PETITION are hereby required to file your an* the Easterly mean high water
FOIL FINAL ll"('HAlU.i: OF swer with the Clerk of this Court, line of the Florida Intracoastal
complete double, imbricated cross of a native grape knownas AUMINHTHATOH and to serve a copy thereof upon Waterway and Westerly of the
double, tiered and the regular Plxlola and the cultivated TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, i Easterly right of way boundaryof
: whose name end address Is: I the said Waterway, containing
imbricated. Golden Muscat. tlftrl"d U hereby given aid I RAY SELDEN ).81 acres, more or less.
have my final return as Helden Building
If you are unable to recog ,I There are a number of other mlnlitrfltrlx of the estate of Dayton Beach, Florida The last described parcel being
nlze the various flower forms CHRIHTY FINCH, deceased: thatI not later than February 8th, A. D.1DM subject to a canal right of way
grapes that grow well in Florida. have $led my petition for final easement to the United States. of
from the above names, then it For example, many of the Mun- tono'able t I will kpply If you fall to do so. ec America. ,
Is to the ) T K. McI{ confesso will be entered Together with' all commonlaw
a good Idea to get a copy son hybrids in combination with County Judge of !Hauler County, your for the relief demanded in the and littoral water rights and rl*
of Extension Service Bulletin Florida wild }'lorldlon January 23. 1M4 for bill of complaint. The nature of mrlan rights appertaining to said
species have made approval of the earn and for final said suit being for divorce. two parcels of land.
161A, Growing Camellias in long lived acclimated rootstock. discharge as administrator I of the WITNESS my hand and seal of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Florida. It is available estate of CHRISTY FINCH, de. said Court this 7th day of January a complaint has been filed
from Some combinations you may reasedDecember. A. I). 19 4Otnclal against you In the above entitled
county and home demonstration like to try are native stock with 11, 1IU. ( Clerk E A Circuit cause now pending In the Circuit
8/ Marcella K: PratherAdministratrix of said Court Court of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
agents. such grapes as Edna, Mercldel, of the Estate By Julia. It. Harvey cuit of Florida In and for Flagler
I'U have of Christy Finch, deceased Deputy Clerk I County, In Chancery, wherein
: you an ample supply Mimson, Carmen, Fern Munson, Dec 1J & Jan, r-9-4te Jan. '..18U30HcMTAT..1 I IJarne Ursln Is plaintiff and the

..ww.wrrwi Marguerite and Armlaga. HANK NO. 407 'above named and referred to parties -
are defendants; and you are
Grapes, like any other plant, IIIH'OUT OP (CO\IIITIO OF "tlTIZI"NS HANK OF IIUNN" LL" OF required to file your answers or
thrive best with reasonable care. 111lI\B'M: !! O\ IIII'IMDLIL: 20, 1063 the Clerk of said Court and to
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS AIII'TiI!! ! serve a thereof the
Clean cultivation upon
three copy
applications Cash balances with other banks, and cash Items In processof plain titf'. ,
710.12 Lemon St. I of fertilizer per year, some collection ............................... ........... .'..........."........'...-...'...........'..t 544 799 12 Jnderwood attorneys. 211 Hall Wakefleld Building and 150,
united States Government obligations; direct and guaranteed 1,384.910: : S. E. Second Street Miami 32 FlorId
Palatka Florida protection against insects and a Obligations of States and political subdivisions .............._........ 684.209.02 /\, not later than January d. 1964*:
Phone EA 5-9166 place to cling to is all a grape Other bonds, notes and debentures (Including $ none ..ecurltII" If you fall to do so. judgment by
of Federal
agencies and
corporations not guaranteed default will
Furnltu-\ Upholstering vine expects from a gardener. I by U H.) ........... ............. .. .................................. '............."......-......... S.10000 for the relief bq prayed taken against for/ In you the
Corporate stocks (Including I none stock of Federal Reserve complaint.Said ,
Repaired & Refinished Newly planted grape vines I Bank) ......... .................._...............................-._......._........................ None
Mattresses & Box Springs thrive well when % pound of I.oans and discounts (Including $ none overdrafts) .................. 1.S7S45929 suit was Instituted for the
a purpose of reforming that certain
Made 10 Order Also RenovatedCall Hank premises owned $12.500.00. furniture fixtures $20.551.48 n.051.4I Deed from Isaac
Laura Morris 437-3233 "balanced" fertilizer in March, (Bank by bunk premises) owned are subject to t none liens not assumed ham G: Payntar.Payntar also known to Abra as

After 6:00 P. M. May and July. A two-year old Real estate owned otbes*than bank premises ....................__.... 7,12729 Abrahtm 11 1914. filed 8. Payntar.August dated 22. 1914.August andrecorded
vine need full Investments and other assets Indirectly representing bank 1
PRICES REASONABLE. wllj a pound of premises or other real estate ............................_.........?............_. None of the J'ubllc In Deed Records Book 82. page 101
plant food elements at each Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None of 8t Johns

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Other assets ......... ...._-................................-......................_.........._.... 3.273(4 County.record on Florida October, and 14.re-Aled for
Just as near as your feeding.For 1920, and

Phone or Post Office additional Information on TOTAL ASSETS ..........,.............._.......-.....-................_....................$&,135.'&D.&& 511 re-recorded of the Public In Deed Records Book of 2. Flag.page

Dro or Call production contact Demand deposits of Individuals LIABILITIES, \ ler County, Florida, and for the
Pickup I grape your partnerships,and Corporations $1,057,21(90 purpose of quieting the title to
Free & Delivery Time and
savings deposits Individuals, partnerships, and he
county agricultural agent corporations ?..-_._...._......_..._........._.....-..... .,,. 1,125.820 said above BJarne describeland Ursln In the
.-- ,. Deposits of United States Government (Including postal sav claims against the
ins;*) ......?..__._..??.........?_......._........_.__....-..__..._._-T-_ 1000000 > and Interests of said de-
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..._.__..._ 1.04M47 Thinotice.shall fbehpublished
t Deposits of bank. ..............-...................._._.-.?............_..?_._._... None once each week for .
'R. Certified and officers' checks, etc ................-..__...____.___. 24,414(2 th'e weeks In The four consecuE.
24 hourWrecker TOTAL DEPOSITS .....................--...._...-...........$2.751(9908 noNE AND FI".I" Tribune.
Service (a) Total demand deposits ......._.................-...........$1.411.411.10 O 15thLday Dun-
(b) Total time .. $2.290.2(528 cember, Ifi.thl. of De-
Mortgages or :rDtl..Yr none ca.nkprm: jj and $ none X BMTTHB

on other real estate ........._.....___....??__.......-..._.__..__ None Clerk of the Circuit Court
Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed money ...___. None or Fla..ler County, Florida
Acceptance executed by or for account of this bank and out- Dy Julia n. Harvey
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co .. .. .. ..,... ... .. ,. None
Ot trn11'.lli. .i.::::::.:.*.:::: : :: : wr .. = ==::=:: ?-.. None Circuit Court Seal)* Clerk.
Dee 26. II4J Jan. J.-1I. 19C4l
ti MASSEY.FERGUSON TOTAL LIABILITIES .......................-.---.--.SI.7SMJ90S

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Capital: (a) Common stock CAITAL, total par ACCOUNTS value $1(0.00000

(b) Preferred stock, total par value $ none, total re-
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 70242 tlrable value $ none __..___.-.. .. -.. -.. 150.00000 iB l?? tflaglrrHUXXKLL. Irlb..r
( .... .. .
c) Capital note. and debentures $ none . I
Bunnell Florida Surplus .. 15000000
Owner Undivided profits ::.::._::::_- ?__:::_._._-=. --?,--=:=::: 84,741.48: FLORIDA
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) _. 22.5000

TOTAL, CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -..-....._...._..._._.__.._...... $277.241 ),(n& IL D. FULLER! Editor


CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. MEMORANDA: D.l*.ste. 0..... Peblksti..

Assets pled or assigned to secure liabilities and for other *.. r..H. Netlee..1
notes and bills redlscounted and securl" FiagevC..sty
11. CHAIO Funeral Director ties sold with agreement to repurchase) _$1.1(4.000 ...1.1..1.. tent..N .
(a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation
JOHN HAHDIN Associate reserves of .....-..._.-.-.--.....--..--___.___. . --- 1',000.00 .b* Kate of Florida
(b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of valuation -

reserves of .. .._. .. --- _..,_.,.._ none
AIR OXYGEN I. IlAwell V. Peaashl.r, of the above-named bank, do solemnly Entered as second class natter
LADY swear that this report of condition U true and
correct, to the best
(, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED of mjr knowledge and beliefCorrect February 1, If if. at the postofflco

1. I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES -AtUit It. W Howell Cody V. Pwavr at Bnaaell. Florida, under act of

H pets March t, 1171
Lair J. Creal
State of Florida County of Plagler sat Ono year 11.1.
201 BUNNELL. FLORIDA Sworn to and subscribed before MM this 4th day of January 1M4.
E. MOODY BLVD. and I hereby certify that I am not an offlcer or director of this bank. 81* months .,. ._.,IUIF
My commission expires June $. 1MI Camle (X Lynn Notary Public


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,z ROAST lb. 53

p U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK .

ROAST lb. 39L

Swift' Seminole Select i Swift' Premium'

(By The 1 Ib
33. 3 $100 33-
Piece) Ib Ib. Roll

Fresh (4 Ibs. up)


NECK BONES-PIG FEET - = 6 Lbs. $1.00 RIB TIPS-PIG TAilS. - - 5 lbs $1.00

OX TAIL-TURKEY NECKS - 4 Lbs. $1.00 I I HOG MAWS - - - 5 Lbs.I.OO



I Ib Large Family Quart *
5 38 Size letlle Jar 29'Bag

Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order

Saxet CUT 303 Can Red & White EVAPORATEDGREEN

BEANSNo. 10 1 < MIL I K )I 8 Cans Tall $1 I 00

Beacon Qt. Bottle I
b,. Jim Dandy 25 Ib
, : '

( ((2)) Please) ....

'rl Our Value ((1 tb Solids) ,. <. ,

OLEO : Each 1 1O
', r .

Limit ((2) with $5.00 or more food order
Singleton Salad or Bait 8 oz. pkg.E.ch29ei.

G. Frozen Crinkle Cut 9 oz. pkg.
FRENCH FRIES I Each loci With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of )
,Any Price ((2)) 33c pkgs. Borden's $5.00 or More Food
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Sunday, Jan. 12, 1964 Sunday, Jan. 12, 1964 Sunday, Jan. 12, 1964


Firm Ripe +
1 lt> Carton ll,
Large Crisp Head
LETTUCE Eachlge:
Phono 437-3227
I 2 Ibs. 17 C QUANTITY r Jn.s RESERVED Prices Good Jan. 9,10,11,12, 1964

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4U1Uud/J/tk Pitcairn IslandersTo seamen can then compute their ,"You miss an Island land!-" '1ctUPe In the world.'
\t. position. A watch manufacturer the Pacific Mr. Marden --
Sc/tool News Get CourseIn donated a waterproof wrist chro plained, "and you have than - --.-
nometer, which will fix the.exact sands' of miles of empty nee""i ---r
j instant of the celestial observa ahead of you."
Junior Clots News NavigationOnce
The Juniors' class rings have
I i' arrived! a year, men of Pitcairn Remote Pitcairn has fascinated ROMAN RUINS NO TIN ROME
Island in the South Pacific must In Ba'albek, Lebanon> 0me
outsiders since it was discovered opprrYamssyy
Junior Scientists of America sail into wlde in of 4
\ -open sea long that Bounty mutineers had sun gods, stand Tnore Impos
1 The Junior Scientists of America boats to collect wood on an isle settled there. Fletcher Christian, i ing Roman ruins than In Rome I KNOt
\i held a meeting on December20th 120 miles away. nine other sailors from Bounty I itself. The Krak des Chevaliers, 11
to make plans for their i built I'
by Crusaders in Syria just
and 19 left Tahiti
The descendants of the Bounty
field on December 27th. I
north of the Lebanon border, isj
1789 secretly to colonize Pit.
mutineers are superb seamen,
t Sponsor Mr. Molyneux was pres. I considered one of the best
cairn. The ex
initial settlement,
but they know little about nay!
ent at the meeting, and presl- of
amples medieval French
.dent Thomas Duncan presided. gation. Occasionally, they have has grown to more than 150, !I cas-

Also present were Lee Bourne, almost missed their tiny goal, All Pitcairn men ,are expert I
Hewitt Dupont, Cliff Wetherington Henderson Island. When a long. i
carvers. They (turn the hand. NEWBLANKET 1A7uU RNtr
Jaii! Hein, Tony Parker, and boat capsized on one voyage, some mlro wood into flying THE BESTBARGAINS
Scotty Wilder, the men lost all of their sup. fishes, turtles, sea birds, wAlk. SALE *>1U M
On the field trip the Junior plies and nearly starved before ing sticks and the like. Touristson 7NENEWLPApER
Scientists visited the foundry, finding their way home. passing ships and mail-order 72" :x 84"

the weather bureau, and the mo The hazardous trip is necessary customers take all the carvingsthe ADS...
squlto control. The boys left with to gather wlne.red mlro islanders can produce. The I $395
their sponsor at 2:30 p. m. on wood for souvenir carvings-the mire trees have long since been I
Friday, December 27th. Tha field cut down on Pitcairn, but
principal source of cash incomefor un I ALMA'S ODD'S & ENDS
trip proved to be an interestingand the islanders, who sell the inhabited Henderson is densely
+ profitable experience for TRADING POST
wooden figures of fish and birdsto
them all passengers on passing ships.In Sailing .to Henderson in an I Bunnell, Florida
Scotty Wilder. the future, however, the open boat is, at best, risky ...... -
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danger should 'be lessened- I - -- -
thanks to' the efforts of a National
Electric PcwerProduction Geographic staff member!
and a boat club in the Wash

Up ington, D. C., area.

With the YearsElectric Yankee. For many Stopped years Calling, Captain Irving ; a I

power plants in Flor Johnson, master of the brigantine
Yankee, took the Island.
ida produced as much electricity
months of ers to Henderson once every
during the first six
the full three years when he called at
last year as during year
1956 and twice as much as dur Pitcairn on his regular cruises.
ing all of 1951, the Florida State But Captain Johnson retired x
from round-the-world travel in
Chamber of Commerce pointedout
in its Weekly Business Review 1957.

i just released. Luis Marden, the National :

'Total output of all electric Geographic writer-photographer 44 r I

plants in the state came to 12,- who had found the remains of
636,751,000 kilowatt-hours thru Bounty off Pitcairn, knew at
June of last year, according to firsthand the problem confront. I lr u V 6'IN' I i I
official released. ing the !islanders. Mr Marden
reports recently
explained it to Captain P. V. H. i
This amounted to a 10 per cent I
gain over the first half of 1962 Weems, of Annapolis, Maryland, ,
one of the world's leading au. 1
and was well over the national
Increase of 6 per cent. thorities on navigation.
I Iv
"Manufacturers who produce Captain Weems, a retired instructor I"I'
their own power accounted for at the Naval Academy'and !
930,966,000 kilowatt-hours of the creator of the Wecrns f's'l 1 .
total and other manufacturingplants tern of Navigation, at once of.
bought 2,541,507,000 wllo.watt. fered to contribute a: complete
.hours. The total of these correspondence course in navi

was up 4 per cent during the gation. ;
six months, the same as the na. Through a round robin of cor i
tional increase for the period. respondence, it was arrangedthat
"Use of electricity by commercial Pastor Walter Ferris, a
i establishments in Florida clergyman and experienced sea
I moved up 11 per cent and in captain who lives on the Island,
the nation, 7 per cent. Residential would teach use in Florida was also up Navigation to the Islanders.One .
11 per cent compared with 6 per night last spring, Mr.
cent, nationally. Marden showed his Pitcairn Island *
."Fuel used in Florida for the film to the Sligo Boat Club,
:production. of electric power which is made up of membersof
through June last year watt the Seventh-day Adventist
made up of 844,090 short tons Church in Takoma Park, Mary.
of'coal (up 11 per cent); 9,223* land. The Pitcairn islanderswere
341 barrels of oil (up 3 per cent) converted to Adventism in
and 46 billion cubic feet of gas 1886.
(up 18 per cent) compared with Boat Club officials mad a
,the! l like period In 1962. collection among members to
buy a sextant for Pitcairn Is

.. ... land, and ordered an instrument
from a firm In Port Washington,
Cbw.rd r./d.3,ort 8.114(Ndrna4)r.raLz CMweti611
New York. When the company'spresident
Dance to the Music of I
learned of the club's I '
"The Casuals"AT purpose, he donated a miniature I 64 Jet-smooth Luxury ChevroletWhat
sextant he had designed. It is
especially fitted for use In an I' does It take to make a car a great bt h'What about special performance equipment
THE open boat with many of the I I way performer ? Professional driving skills Forget
BAMBOO COCKTAIL parts enclosed and protected. If the car happens to be a '64 Chevrolet, them.
Chronometer Also Donated one thing only. A highway. Nobody has to doctor or coax or soup up <
LOUNGE With a sextant, the Islanders. You'll find everything else already neatly these Chevroleta to get the best out of them.
can measure the angle of any packaged for you-oa the car exactly as you And that's really the test of a great high
FLAGLER BEACH celestial body above the hori pick It off the showroom floor. way performer Just about anyone can get a
Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. zon. Using an accurate time There's a choice of seven engines-all the kick out of driving one,just about anywhere,
piece and nautical tables, the way up to a twin arb high-compression just as it comes out of the ahowroom.
425-hp V8'-and four transmissions, including Next time you're out, ypur dealer's way
-- a finely honed "-,peed stick shift.* allow a few extra minutes to sample one of
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe And underlying It all-a bump-ekimming these highway performers on your own.A few
Jet-tmooth ride that helps keep are really all youH need. That'
fire Insurance policies we write still give the same the performance treat even when m.I 7 enough time to do a lot of driving
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