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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 16, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 52, NO. 2 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1964 $2.50. A .YEAR
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Matthews Writes BURNS CAMPAIGN I Dredging Lake LOCAL LIONS CLUB I Second Polio

I:COMMITTEE WILL I.LAYS PLANS FOR I
About Cement For Boat Basin at Vaccine FeedingIs
ANNUAL BROOM SALE
MEET TONIGHTThe j

Use on I 195 RouteThe I organizational meeting of Flagler Beach ParkC. At its meeting Tuesday the ; ,.,Next Sunday

Tribune received letter J I I the Bums For Governor Committee T. Newberry of Gainesville Bunnell Lions Club set Monday j f The,second polio vaccine feed.
a of Flagler County will ('I I night for the club's annual
be held
Wednesday from Congressman has arrived to begin work this ing will Sunday, January
Billy.Matthews enclosing a I I I meet at 7:30 in the dining room week dredging out the lake at broom sale. 19th, from 1 to 6 P. M. at

of a letter written by him copy to I of the Masonic Hall tonight the Flagler Beach Park for a I The members Station will to begin meet the atKelley's the same feeding stations as
(Thursday).
boat basin, Park Chairman before.
Governor urging the use
of concrete Bryant in the constructionof I The chairman and treasurerfor George Moody, Sr. said today. sale at 7:30.: Prods from the The December program was
broom sale used for the
the local committee will be are
Interstate Route 95 in Flag. The lake will be dredged out one of .the most successful in
ler County. Matthews said he elected at this meeting and to a depth of four feet and 210 club's sight conservation pro the state with over 3,100 per-
I working plans will be made for gram carried our la the.eounty.
will be in
was Joining with friends in feet wide. The basin r sons participating Flagler
the campaign to be carried on Lion Ceor e.Moody Jn gave
Flagler and St. Johns CountiesIn about 800 feet from the boat County.The .
in all sections of the county. It a report on the'club. banquet
ursine the use of local cement ramp on the east side to the Polio Vaccine program is
I is expected that a member of honoring- the Bunnell High
in the construction in the entrance into the Intracoastal Is being underwritten by Flagler
which
School team
two counties. the organizational committeewill waterway. The dredging Is be football Farm Bureau with a small contribution

The congressman pointed out meet with} the group. .Ing done by the Salt Water Fish St.the Johns champion Conference.this year in the being accepted to offset .

that the Lehlgh Plant here had Anyone wishing' to join the Commission under the State the costs.:
committee and help in the cam Park Board's supervision.The Members also saw a film on
been closed down five out of Many of the civic clubs are
the past 17 months and is pres. paign work are invited to attend dredging work was sched I the beginning' of musical In.. assisting in the sponsoring and

ently closed. "It is felt" he said this meeting. uled to be done by the park I I stntments. The film was presented promotion as a county-wide ef
Lion Morris.
"that by using concrete on this ix urd'i dredge' bat after It was by Walter fort. Most of the staffs of the

found It would be several 1 Health and I
portion of Interstate Highway : County Department

95 would give .a much needed Water Samples- months before this could be Flagle/ Clinic and Hospital are
Half A Million
boost and be of great economic: done, Senator Verle Pope con. volunteering their services in

benefit to the area." Still Being Taken tacted the Commission and the administering the oral vaccine.

"Although I understand Flor Park Board and worked out an Dollars of Highway The druggists of Bunnell have

ida has.'constructed most of its For Pollution Test agreement to have the dredgingdone volunteered to prepare the vae

primary roads with asphalt, I i I by contract. The boat in Flagler in 1963Road cine for feeding. Various food

believe concrete has been more i Flagler County Sanitarian ramp will also be built by the stores arc contributing cubed
Gene said Is : and highway construction
Holly today he
widely used in the Interstate Commission it Is understood.Mr. sugar.
continuing of: totalling $-142,20was: completed
Highway Program. ," Matthews : taking samples Moody said that with the The vaccine Is taken orallyin
!in
Flagler duringthe
county
oysters and water from the Inland
:
continued. boat basin and ramp being con. three District a cube of sugar. It is taste.
and past years,
"I assume this is because it; waterway connecting structed and with the amountof less and has no known harmful
Five Road Board Member A Max
bodies of water (In Flagler
Is generally recognized as giving County. clearing being done by the Brewer of Tltusville announced. effects. All persons from three
the lowest overall cost overa Board of County Commissionersa months of age up to 100 years
He he had taken State roads 20 and 13 account
period of time since lower future said recently good showing In the begin. are urged to take the vaccine.
samples of oysters from six locations ed for the majority of the construction
maintenance costs resultIn ning of the park development in the county. I Persons over 40 rarely contract
between 3
view of the fact that federal Marker No. will be. made. carriers
polio, but they can be
Brewer said a $198,805( projectwas
Foxes Cut and Marker No.
near
government will help finance Future plans for the park's development awarded and completed for I and give It to younger persons.
23
south
near the line.
the original construction and county call for construction Persons who missed the first
the construction of State Road
These delivered
that the state will provide fu. samples were by of a pavilion! ? rest rooms, picnic feeding: should not hesitate to
hBx..J9 of. .. 1?.. northwes jpf,. Bunncll and:
seem Jth&Jaboratprx .the -
ture maintenance would- areaand "fadlltlcsi camping lako Oil second'and third.
Health In $143,693 was spent to resurfacea
State Board of Jack
that the argument in favor of area residence for the custodianof I,Makeup can b* made later.
sonville for tests. All six portion of State Road 100. I .
the use of concrete has great samples the park and a water sys The order of taking the vaccine
merit." failed to pass the require. Two sections of U. S. Highway I
tem. does not matter.
1 were resurfaced at a cost: of
ments to be fit for human consumption
also
Matthews
Congressman This program is being conducted
$32,772 along with a portion of
according to the laboratory
enclosed of letter he Including .
a copy a over North Florida,
State Road 13 and a segmentof
had received from Florida State reports. Voluila County, at the
lie also said the extent of Service Held State Road 324.
Road Board member Ralph Powers same time. Likewise, our final
ot Lake City. Following Is pollution seems to be about the feeding on March lit will tie

the letter: same in all areas. Mr. Holly also Tuesday For In with the. state program called
"Dear said he would continue samplingof Girl Scouts Hold
Congressman: II VICTORY OVER POLIO. I
the water and oysters as longas Mr. deValadares
"I to advise
am happy you Feeding stations are: CourtHouse I II
that several weeks ago a de. people are interested and First Cookie SaleThe and Carver School In
there is a chance of the area Harold C. deValadares winter I I
cislon made
was to use concretefor I Bunncll; Recreation Center In
being approved.The visitor of Flagler Beach passed Girl Scout cookies will be
the construction of Interstate I Flagler Bach; Johnson Building
State Board of Health and away early Sunday morning, sale from January 17th
Route 95 South from the pres. on In Marineland I area; Espanola
ent Jacksonville Expressway 3.71 the U, S, Public Health Board (January 12, at the Halifax Hospital through February lit They will Community Building; St. Johns

miles to Bowden Road. I hope requirements are the same. Mr. In Daytona Beach after a be sold by the Junior Girl Scout 'I Park Community Building; Haw
Holly is taking the samples for brief illness. He resided at the I of and the Junior
this will give some boost to the Troop punncll Creek Community Building, and
the state board and it is makingthe Occana Motel in Flagler Beach. and Cadette of Flagler
economy in the area you spokeof I Troops I Catholic Recreation Center in
in your January 3rd letter. laboratory tests in Jacksonville Mr. deValadares was from Beach for the first time. Korona

"Ralph Powers, Keswick Ontario canada. He I When a Girl Scout calls on

"Road Board Member." The State Board of Health has was a World War One veteran I you, please give her your support. I I
being a member of the Canad Tax to
asked for more samples and will I Cigarette ,

have another review in about Ian. Army lie was a memberof The Girl Scouts have only two I I I

POT-LUCK SUPPER three weeks. the Church of England and money raising projects per yearsale I i Flagler County i ii

was 76 years of age. of Girl Scout Calendars
FOR SENIOR CITIZENSThe I WSCS SPONSORS Services were held at 10 o' I I -which was completed In December I i According to Richard B. Keat I
.
ing, director of the State Beverage
clock Tuesday morning from j
Flagler Senior Citizens and the sale of Girl Scout I
dub will hold its next meeting SMORGASBORDFebruary the Craig Funeral Chape!, with I Cookies. 1 Department, the follow

Tuesday, January 21, at the 7th has been set for Rev. James Taylor, priest in I The proceeds from the Cookie Ing the amount various have municipalities been sent of to \

Recreation Center In Flagler the annual Smorgasbord sponsored charge of St. Thomas Episcopal: Sale will finance the construction .
Fiagler county as their share of
Church, officiated Interment followed
Beach. the of facilities and .
by Woman's Society of new provide
cigarette taxes collected during
This will be a potluck supper Christian Service of the Flagler at Espanola Cemetery. equipment for our established last November. 1

r starting at 6 P.M.. after which Beach Methodist Church. Survivors Include his wtte'lMI'I. camps In this council, Bunnell, $2,539.50.Beverly .

members will be free to play Serving this year will begin Annie deValadares of Kes- Camp Tlcochee In BarbervUle, Beach, $79.78

cards and engage In other formsof at 4:30 continuing until 7 P.M., wick, Canada and Flagler Beach; Florida, and Deer Lake Campat I Flagler Beach, $6T104O.'I .
entertainment. at the Methodist Church, South I a daughter, Mrs. Winifred Ham I I Oklawaha. Florida, and a )
Marineland $83.78.
At the club's meeting January Daytona Ave.. between Twenty- bly, Weston Ont.; a son, Ernest bonus U returned to the local 'I Painters' Hill, $8.15.

7 members voted to check on ,first and Twenty-second Streets. A. of Keswick, Ont. Also surviving Troop Treasury for each box

the possibility of securing a pi' This is the fourth annual are three sisters, Mrs.' sold to supplement troop pro Former Vitenamese
: Betty Molt, Keswick Mrs. Frances .
;
ano for the clubroom. A spokes. smorgasbord which Includes gram. I
man said that one offer of a many Swedish dishes as well as Menriman, Brantford, Ont., There will be booths in front Ambassador To Speak

piano was being checked Into I I many popular Southern favo and Mrs. EUle Tyler, Fleshton, of the Bunntll Post Office' and I At University of Florida

but that the club would be In. :rites. Last year they served over Ontario Canada. the Citizens Bank on January Former: South Vitenam Ambassador .

Interested In hearing from others I'400 people who came from Bun 18th and 23th. In case you do to the United States,

having a piano they would I nelL Jacksonville, Daytona not have a Girl Scout' call on ,Tan Van Chung delivers a

like to dispose of.SCIENTISTS i I Beach Ormond Beach, and Pier- Clegg Retires as you and you are Interested In public lecture at the University

I I son. purchasing cookies please call of Florida today (Thursday) on

MAKE: DIAMONDS Director Bank UT.3313 or 437-32C0. "What Next for Vietnam

After more than a century of I rIVEI IT ICE-AGE MOT -!I Chung resigned his diplomatic

Mil and error, scientists have 'I Crude stone knives, dug up 1 I Harry Clegg. one of the original ton, only Tom Holden remains !:.post last sua met over the Diem

found the secret of making diamonds I'I recently In Wyoming on an ex. members of the Board of active. I IAt government's policies against

: Subject carbon to heat ''peditkm supported by the National Directors of Citizens Bank of the annual meeting of the I I I the Buddhists He ,is the fa&er

of 5/XO degree F. In a press I Geographic Society, were Bunnell has retired after 26 stockholder John A. Clegf was of Mme. Dish Khu and publicly

with a punch of 1,500,000 youndsa I used by Ice-Age men 11JOOO years of active service. elected: a director to succeed his I\,,broke with her:: In protest over!

square inch. Earth exerts 'yean oca The knives are still Mr. Org was Instrumental father All other officers, director 'I the Diem policies

roughly the came pressure 240 '!'sharp enough to cut meat and In organizing the bank in 1938. and employees! remain un His talk takes place at 8.-15

miles below the surface. sinew. Of the original board of dlrec- changed. P M., In University Auditorium,:



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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 16, 1964IsAR7

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I NEAR FLAWLESS WEEK LIFTS surface. I The press is the mistress of

ANDERSON TO FIRST IN I I I When covered with a film of intelligence and intelligence is

I FOUL SHOT POLL I i highly polished aluminum ''the mistress of the world.Benjamin .

Deadeye Butch Anderson of l-SOOOth of an inch thick it has Constant

the Vanity raised his foul shot:'an extremely reflective optical -- ---.- --
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surface, says Williams. M
percentage to 77 this past week
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ALFORD
F.
.Q. with for : and used In
: a fine 11 13 performance 'Properly shaped

'N'Q'lr.ES; : I IIf over three games. Jim Brown, an orbiting telescope, the space Registered
f
also of the Varsity, hasn't been mirror would make possible extremely Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
able to recapture the form he detailed and better

(By Buzzy McKnlght) Bunnell A Squad showed earlier this season but I close-ups of the moon than any Florida
Moody 4 9.122 17 Is nevertheless shooting at a 72 ever taken," Williams believes.
VARSITY BOYS SQUEEZEPAST Anderson 3 4-5 0 10 per cent clip. - --

CRESCENT CITY AND Townsend 11.133 Walton Cowart remains in theB

LOPEZ FOR VICTORIES Brown 80.1116 Squad lead, despite a drop .R.
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24 HourWrecker
Kuleski# 21-23 5 off to 68 per cent. I
The Varsity boys stretched R. Tucicer; 00-10 0.. Ftm Fta % Service

their record to 8.1 last weekendby .E. Tucker 02-21 21 B. Anderson (var) 24 31 771,
Crescent
quelling a spirited J. Brown (var) 21 29 72))
City drive on Friday, 62.47, and 18 17.24 10 53 i W. Townsend (var) 12 18 67, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co' ,

edging Father Lopez on Satur Quarter scrore: Bunnell, 14, 28, E. Tucker (var) 7,11, 631R I

day, 5350. 43, 53; Lopez, 12, 22, 33, 50. Tucker (var) 7 12 581 MASSEY-FERGUSON

Here In Bunnell last Fridaythe H. Kuleski (var) 13 23 57'' Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
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highflying Bullodgs were BABY"BULLDOGS( KEEP PACE B. Moody (var) 22 40 551; VIRGIL DECKER- Phone ID 7-3242
disconcerted In the first half by W. Cowart (BB) 19 28 68 I
the unusual scoring power of a WITH VARSITY BY TROUNCING J. Knight (BB) 18 29 621 Owner Bunnell, Florida
mediocre Crescent S. Rockett (BB) 25 44 551! .
seemingly CITY AND LOPEZ
CRESCENT M. Tucker (BB) 6 20 '30
team.
City :
I
While the Varsity had their "
Crescent City held a slim lead winning ways about them last University of Florida
HOMEA.
CRAIG FUNERAL
throughout most of the first half
MirrorA
weekend, so did the Baby Bull Revising Space
and left the court at halftime
dogs. The B Squad games were! H. CRAIG Funeral Director
two points ahead of the sputtering tough plastic called mylar-
less exciting, but they beat next kin to wash and
Bulldogs.The I wear da- JOHN HARDIN, Associate
Crescent City 57.47 and Father '
cron-Is making a bid for fame
second half, however, was 5536. AIR
Lopez as a space 'mirror. OXYGEN
a different story as Butch An. LADY
derson and Harry Kuleski ripped On. Friday the Baby Bulldogs University of Florida aerospace I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
!researcher David T. Williams is ATTENDANT
the nets as well as the Rebels jumped out in front of Crescent I AMBULANCES
defense with 23 points between City quickly and distantlyand using the lightweight plastic Ina '

them to win It comfortably 6247. could afford to take it easy research project aimed at Phone ID 7-3532 :.
with in the second half. The Rebels making a high-power telescopic I
the
Anderson scoring E.
paced 201 MOODY
BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
take of this I mirror to photograph the moon's . ,'H.. ,. I I ..to, ..'"
20 points, followed by Kuleski tried to advantage
with 16 and Walter Townsend lull, sparked by Charles Tulley's I -,

with 12. Doug Valenti's 10 11 points, but never came closer I'j.
points was high for Crescent than 10 points to the Bulldogs. j. tt1.

City. Walton Coward, with 16 points ' "{li-

After the mild scare received and Jack Knight with 14, were ... '.' f

from the Crescent City game, as usual the top scorers for the \. .,.j;i ,
the Bulldogs seemed to be ready Baby Bulldogs. ',,01'6 .

for Father Lopez on Saturday, .. '\ \"i\t'1
Cowart was in top form againon :
leading 43.33 at the half; but ;
Saturday as he and Stuart .
some pretty tense action was to I 'f. Jr.
Rockett paced the Baby Bulldogs .".." ,
take place in the second half, ,. -..;:t., ..
from behind past a point-poor Lopez team .. \1
as Lopez crept up
5536. Cowart had 15 points and '
and took the lead 5049. in the itq. 'M
Rockets had 13 points. I
.
waning minutes of the game. .. TT ,
Bebe Moody was without question Crescent. City B'Squad '
Bunnell's key player, making Fg Ft F Ttl
m'\ .,
Important rebounds through.
Pound 2 2.4 3 6 ,
out the game and most Important
State 3 1.1 3 7 ; :
of all, sinking four foul Filches 2 0.2 1 4 \: : !1(.

shots In a row to edge out Lopez C. Thomas 4 1.5 2 9 '.I
In the last few minutes by Newton 2 2.9 3 6 ., ft; -

the score of 5349. Tulley 4 3.9 3 11 i'""P," t''ka'ah; .
Moody was also the outstand Palmer 4 II'II

ing scorer for Bulldogs with 17 . i1t. .
points followed by Jim Brown, 47 ' ">

whose deadly shots from the out. f-l 1 ,
. side totaled 16 points and Butch Bunnen B Squad '. I' 1"6..

Anderson with 10. Juggy Nelson Fg Ft F Tt1 1ir .". ."
an'd Bob Coley were bread and M. Tucker 1 0.0 2 2 .

butter respectively, with 17 and Cowart 7 2.4 3 16
,
13 points for Father Lopez. Ford, 1 3.4 2 5

Crescent dry A Squad Knight 5 4.5 3 14 &i .
Fg Ft F TU Eisenbach 3 1.2 3 7

Valenttl 3 4.5 2 10 Rockett 1 3.5 5 5 r '- '
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Ashley 5 0.0 4 10 Miller _2 2.4 4 6 I
Ross 13-63 5 harper .1 0.0 2 2Jarosz Hello

Warn*? 33-50 9 0 0.2 3 0 Central

Pearce 30-01 6 '
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Harris 2 1.1 0 5 21 15.26 27 57 _:1& ; : Give

Edwards 01-20 1 Quarter score: Bunnell, 12, 29, Me. .
Merritt 0 1.1 0 1 50, 57;, Crescent: City, 2, 15, 30, "

Watts 00-00 0 47. to When telephones looked this way back in .

< 1882, you can bet there were plenty of
17 13.20 12 47 Father Lopez Be Squad (,. People around predicting that this new

Bunnell A SquadFg I Fg Ft F Tt1I j!' phone- idea would never catch on. ',
Ft F Tt1 I Lambert 01.2 2 1 : But
Anderson 8 4.4 3 20 I Lammers 00.010Pruttt ,4 phones did catch on. Constantly improving -

Kuleski 7 2.3 :3- 16 3 1.3 3 7 ; ,l. . in Flog broader services.
Today here
Brown 41.129 Rosselot 2 0-0 1 4 'A .Southern Bell hasUonTJSS1

R. Tucker 10-03 2 I Prugh 5 0-3 1 10 '' 1,650.000: telephones Opere-

Townsend 5 2.3 2 12 I Conley 2 2.5 1 6 still the Planning and working ,II
Moody 1 .3 I U e-Wna 0 2.2 2 2 ,, goes on. In 1964 more than $79 mlllion
Simms 01.211 ;' k will be spent In the state to add
E. Tucker 00-00 0 new tele-
,, phone facilities
Scale 00010 Nolan. 2 1.3 4 5 and improve existing ones.
J. Baggett 00-00 0 ? 'S i t The number of customers served will top
1,000.000, and
some
14 2201636Bunnell G ? 1D8Ial1ed. 99,000 phones Win be ,
26 10.12 15 62 B Squad By the end of the year Southern
Dell'.
Quarter score: Bunnell 10, 24, Fa Ft F Tt1 mach total investment in Florida will
46, 62.Crescent. Knight 2 1.3 4 \ 5 $762 miUion.

City: 12, 26 33, 47. Ford 21.305 "' These are sonic of the plans :
l.L Tucker 3 1.2 1 7 '+ ,, a I Florida itaelt, Southern Dell isled Like
Father Lopez A SquadFg Eisenbach 3 0-0 2 6 1 PJ'OCft8a.' And 1ft\-e SE'd to
Ft F Tt1 Cowart 63.4115 since 1882l. come a lODe way

Lacour 40-058 Rockett 45-9113 r
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Baylor 20-02 4 Miller 2 0.0 1 4 k .J
Jackson 2 2-4. 2 6 Jarosz .00.12 0

Alagood 10-122: I Cody 00.020

Nelson x.. 8. 1.2 3 17 K
Coley,', 3 3:5 3 13 22 11.22 14 55
SouthernPAGE '
i Quarter score: Bunnen.1', 23, Ball
22 6-121750 .39, 55; Crescent City, 6. 19. 27, 3G. ( ,
saosfyud(lie> ,..

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Thursday, January 16, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA tlAGE TIIREE

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Patrol It"i unlawful to drive to the
Highway "
left of the center' line on four. STORE HOURSt

Advises Public (lane highways.Turn WEEK DAYS
on signal shall not be SHELTON'S
: 8:00 a. au-7:00 p. m.
flashed as a courtesy "do pass"gesture
New Traffic LawsThe
SATURDAYS
to other vehicles approaching j:
8:00 a. nu -9:00 p. m.
from the
rear.
Florida Highway Patrol I
has listed the new traffic laws I Turn signals shall not be I QUANTITY RIGHTS
which became effective In the :I flashed on one side of a vehicle RESERVED GROCERY

Sunshine State January 1. !,parked on the shoulder of the *****
highway.Left I
The new laws, most passed by turns shall be made fromas PRICES GOOD

any legislative session In recent near the center line as pos THURS., FRI., SAT., i
effect motorist and the "Your Friendly Co-op Store"WORLD'S
years every sible and Into left hand lane January 16, 17, 18, 1964
In Instances riders.
some bicycle lawfully available.In .
While the public In generalhas making a left turn you
been notified of the new must yield the right-of-way to A BEST
laws through Patrol traffic safe. any vehlple approaching from
ty education sergeants law en the opposite direction so closeas GROUNDBEEF
forcement agencies may secure to create hazard.
copies of the new laws by contacting The manner of obeying a stop FRESH
the Department of Pub. I I sign or stop light: 1. Stop shall I II
lie Safety In Tallahassee. i I I. be made before entering a
Here's the list: crosswalk. 2. If no crosswalk, Lb.
Leaving the scene of an accident stop shall be made at a clearly Picnics lb. 33 3ge
(hit and run) Involvingan marked stop line. 3. If none,
Injury or death Is now a the stop must be made before
felony, and If convicted, provides entering the intersection where
for a year in the state the driver has a clear view of CENTER RIB
penitentiary or $5,000 fine or approaching traffic.
I both.It The driver emerging from an PORKCHOPS
Is unlawful for the ownerto alley, driveway, or building Ina
knowingly permit an unlawful business or residential area,
operation of a vehicle upon must stop before driving onto a
the highways or any oher per. sidewalk or sidewalk area, yield
son employing or directing the the rlght-of-way to all pedes- Lb. 59eII
driver to allow any operation tralans, then yield right-of-way
contrary to law to vehicles on the street he is
It Is unlawful to tear down or trying to enter. II FLORIDA GRADE "A" STEWING
-' disregard a detour sign, or drive It Is unlawful to stop, standor
around a barricade and drive on park in the following places: FLAVOR AGED
a new section of road under On a sidewalk. Within an In. '
construction until again thrown! tersection. On a crosswalk. Ona HENS Ib. 19 RIBSTEAK
open to traffic. bridge. In a highway tunnelor
It is unlawful to tear down, street elevation. Double park. t
deface, alter or remove ,any On any railroad track.
..traffic control device. Where parking Is permitted,
No person may display on or vehicles must be parked with Lb. 69*
In view of a highway any unauthorized the wheels within 12 Inches of
sign:, signal or device the curb.It .
which is an imitation or resembles Is unlawful to open the door
an official traffic-control of a vehicle into traffic, until CUT-UP STEWING HENS, 5 LB. BAG '. 1.39
device. safe to do so.
Pedestrians, bicycles, motor When parked along highwaysat
scooters with five horse power, night, outside of city limits, Wilson ShorteningBakerite FOLGER'S GIANT SIZETIDE
or less, are prohibited on Interstate parking lights must be turnedon.

and limited access, .high. .
'It '."
'
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!
ways. Safety chains are required COFFEE
The new speed limits on Inter. all vehicles pulling trailers bya
state highways are 40 miles an trailer hitch.It .
hour minimum with 70 miles an Is unlawful to ride in a
hour maximum in the daytime, i house trailer being moved upona 3lb. 1 lb. Gt.
and 65 at night. public highway. 47 47? 57$
On four-lane highways slow. Passengers may not load intoa
... moving traffic must use right vehicle so as to obstruct the Tin Tin SizeSave
lane except when passing or driver's view or Interfere with
Save 22c Save 24c 22c
preparing for a left turn. the driving mechanism of the
vehicle.
It Is unlawful to ride upon Limit 1 With Purchase Limit 1 With Purchase Limit 1 With Purchaseof
.CLASSIFIEDADS I the top, fender, hood, bumperor $5.00 or More Food of $5.00 or More Food of $5.00 or More Food
Order Order Order
runnlngboard of any vehicle
J being' driven on a paved street.
Headlights must be dimmed Surfresh Canned (Buttermilk)
when approaching another vehicle miJ/I'
: WANTED Welding to do eve from the rear within' 300 BISCUITS 3 For 25*

; nings and week-ends. Call Martin feet.Red
' larding 4373669. 1-16-tf or blue lights visible from Florida
't directly in front of the vehicleare
t FOR SALE-45 x 10 House Trail. unlawful. LETTUCE Hd' 23* Niblett' 12 "
utility building 100'x 225'
;
err; Pedestrian regulations outsideof
For
f lot. Tel. 4373558. 12-26-tfc municipalities include: No person F..nd.N..i. W K CORN Z 35*

} FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed. shall walk on highway
1 I room duplex apartment. Large where sidewalks or available. TOMATOES Ib,19*
rooms, screened porch. Phone Pedestrians will walk on left
Bush 303 Can Cut
Fancy Ga. Red Sweet
ID 7-3301 12-19-TF shoulder facing traffic. Pedes

WANTED IRONING to do at my mans the will purpose not stand of soliciting In roadwayfor a POTATOES 3 V 35* GREEN BEANS Z For 35*

home, reasonable. Pick up & de. ride, employment or business.
livery. Phone ID 73669. All pedestrians crossing the I
lO-24-4f roadway not In a crosswalk Thrifty
shall yield right-ot-way to vehicle .
SEPTIC TANK drain
cleaning; ,
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable *. BLEACH Qt. I2?sPOT
It Is unlawful to follow a fire Morton
prices. Call George la. ,
roz ID 7.3410 8.1-tf truck, on an emergency call, For Limit Two Please
closer than 500 feet, or drive In. PIES 5 $100 rY
HELP WANTED Couple to run to the block where the fire truck
restaurant, living quarters In. has stopped to answer to the Beef-Chicken-Turkey
eluded. Must have experience.Will fire or park within this block.It McKentle' 24 Ox. D.g Stew Everfre 20 Ox. Loaf
pay great percent of gross Is unlawful to drive over For
to nght party. Animal Land, any unprotected tire hose. VEGETABLES D" 39* BREAD Z 4:1e:

AlA, 10 miles north of FUgler) Bicycle regulations require .
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Beach. 8-1-tt rider to follow all applicable .....----...,

"" JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER traffic 1. Must regulations ride to the and right Include side: 25 FREETOP 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP

of the road. 2. Cannot carry
BEACH REALTY CO. more persons than that tor I VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT, which the bicycle was designed.
WATER FRONF. FARMS 3. The bicycle rider cannot hold With Purchase of I With purchase of With purchase of
ACREAGE onto a moving vehicle. 4. Per. ;3 Lb. of Ground 25, Lb. Bar U. S. No. 1 $5.00 or More Food
lee tu for year reed state dads sons riding bicycles shall not Beef Irish Potatoes Order
Office Phone HE 9-2242 ride more than two abreast Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Residence Phone ID 7-3691 5. Riders shall keep one hand Saturday, Jan. 18, 19(54( Saturday, Jan. 18, 1964 I Saturday, Jan. 18, 1984
or ID 7-3517: I upon the handlebar i






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Thursday, January 16, 1964
BUNNELL. FLORIDA
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
FOUR .

ij FLAGLER F T E ,

I :Haqler i >each r r



PVT. HAROLD HOFF I I I FLAGLER CLUB NEWSFlagler WOMAN'S e. -

Woman's Club members JPRICES
looking forward to an GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
interesting are and informative afternoon THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED

: January 22. Members of JANUARY 16, 17, 18, 1964 ,
I the Flagler Beach City Commission '
will be at the clubhouse
I Creek Tender
Sugar
'at 2 P.M. to answer questionsof U. S. Choice Grade Beef
interest to residents concerning SIRLOIN OR CLUB SMOKEDSTEAK
'
Chairman city procedures.Mrs. Harold Program Massie Lb. PICNICS Lb. 39*

arranged the program and In. 89
f vites the public, with a special
invitation to the men, of the
o It w, community. Refreshments will I Western Corn Fed Fresh Boston Butt
be served.
members and two i CENTER CUT Ik
Twenty-four .
*
r wt 3a>' ,' < guests attended the business Pork Roast 39
meeting Wednesday. Club President Pork Chops 59
.Y s. I Mrs. Jasper White presided.
The. club voted to send letters
i. -'--- to the proper officials askingthat Palm River Sliced
Frelh'
Pvt. Harold L. Hoff completeda cement be used on the In.1 Small Lean
15-week radio teletype opera terstate 95 paving.Mrs. L. *
tion course at the Army South. Frank Brede reported the Ribs 49* BACON 49
eastern Signal School, Fort Gor Friendship Drive was near com I Spare *I
don, Ga., In late December. pletion and also the birthday
During the course Hoff re. calendars have been received
delved Instruction In the operation and delivered. She. thanked all\ FOLGER'S AMERICA'S. FAVORITE.
of radio transmitting and in these
those taking part .
receiving sets, using both voice the proceeds SHORTENINGCOFFEE.
ects, saying
; and international Morse code I, be a big help in paying '
I communication. He entered the building mortgage in the proJII II ,
Army last June and completed near future. She also CRISCO
basic training at the fort. ed a public games party I ,;
The 25! -year-old soldier is a ary 24 at 7:30.Mrs. : .,
1956 graduate of Bunnell High Victor Buckles reportedthe

School.Mrs. Charles His parents M. Hoff, ,Mr.live and In which plaque will be for erected the flag for staff the 1 Lb 49<;: 3 Lb.

Flagler Beach. He will soon be club by the W.O.W. has arrived 59
stationed In Korea. and work will soon begin on its Can Can

erection. .
FLAGLER BEACH The club will again sponsorthe
GARDEN CLUB MEETS second polio immunizationdrive Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
The Flagler Beach Garden on Sunday, January 19
Club met at the Woman's Club from 1 to 6 P.M. at the Recreation Folger's Instant 303 Shurfine FRUIT

; building president,January Mrs. Marie 7 Brede The vice pre. Mrs.Center.Massie announced the R Oz. W Cocktail 5 Fw100
COFFEE
I Ided. 'Mrs. Lucy Fueling and "Country Auction" to be held Jar
Mrs. Juanita Strauser were host February 26 at 1 o'clock. Those
esses. wishing to contribute articles Limit One Please
Mrs. Willis White gave a short may contact Mrs. Frank Brede. 46 Oz. Hunt's
report on the Flower Show for The February 12th meeting TOMATO 0
Mrs. Sue Spivey who was ill I will be for members only, beginning I 12 Oz. NIBLET
Mrs. Prlscllla McCabe also gavea at 12 noon with each bringing For For
short talk, on garden therapy.'I a sandwihch. I CORN 6 $1 JUICE 4 1
A ,work shop will be held at,. Mrs. Roger Moose and Mrs.
the home of Mrs. Sue Spivey on Clarence Schultz were hostesses
: January 31st at 10 o'clock. Mem for the meeting. I Del Monte or Hunt'sBEETS
I bets are to bring materials for 303 Stokley's Cut
I workshop and a sandwihch. Recent guests of Mr. and *
Plans were made to sponsora Mrs. Willis. White were former 2 For 29 Catsup 2 1.g: 39
/ Games Party on February 14th residents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold .
at the Woman's Club. The pub. Jacobs, of Gulport, Florida
I tic is Invited. Large Size
\ Mrs. McCabe furnished the I Mrs. Herbert Jones received Royal Pink THE NEW LAUNDRY DETERGENT
arrangement for the last week of the death of
i flower news
I Ii
month. It featured two arrangements her aunt, Mrs. Hattie Rice, who < SOX
i( in one container, being passed away January 5 in Flora, SALMON 1c.ir: 59 AJAX .' 28
divided by candles. One was Illinois. She was 80 years of age. m
done In yellow and one In blue.
Mrs. Brede introduced the COMMUNITY CHURCH Fresh Fruits &
county agricultural agent, Howard Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. FROZEN FOODS Vegetables
Taylor, who was the guest with classes for all ages. Wor
speaker. lie discussed the over ship hour Is at 11 o'clock with 10 Oz. Birdi ye Ford Hook Large Fresh CrUpyLIMAS2'1'

all program of the county agent ,Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. I .
pertaining to cattle, hogs, pets, 49< CELERY 2 For 25';
farm crops vegetables, lawns, SON FOR SHEELERSMr.
shrubbery and flowers. and Mrs. Bryce Sheeler of
Schwenk displayed the parents of
Mrs. Florence Flagler Beach are
a small tree made from, a new son, born Tuesday, Janu Birdseye Extra Fancy Washington Red Delicious

( a large decorated pine cone with and shells artistically beads, ary was 14th born In at Halifax 8:45 P.M.Hospital... weighingseven lie PEAS All' 2 10 Oz. 39* Apples 2 fc 29*

Jewels, and feathers. will pounds, and has been CARROTS Pkgs. f
Next meeting of the club named Scott
4th at the Woman'
be February
Continued To Page 8 .1

Club vwvwwwwvwwFOR building at 1:30. ."'................_..._....__.. ...........WI.........-... 9 Oz. Mr. "G" FRENCH Fresh Green

ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT I FRIES 'kg. W CABBAGE u 5 .


,AMBULANCE PHONE VAlloy 41625ST. ...W .............. .
'.. tititiW"YI'uW,.. .......... .,:0..Y
SERVICE AUCUSTINE. FLORIDA : EXTRA
50
: 50 50
II FREE
Never" be hesltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. W* :
are always at your service with promptness safety and II : STAMPS;. S & H GREEN STAMPS
'
txperienct. and With this
and
11'.v. coupon
: of
and Inhalator $5.00 Your Purchase
Equipped With Oxygen Resuiitator Order ctn. of (3)

!. Garcia Funeral Home I; :: Expires Excluded I;; Dozen SizeCoupon Egg, Any

Licensed Funeral Director 18, 1964 Expires
GARCIA, ;
;}: P. E. : Saturday, Jan 18, 1964PGE

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LOCALS !I
.1M...... 1 "1 J JI

I
Idlewood Club I SENIOR METHODIST I I
Meets Tuesday YOUTH TO HOLD A i CHOICE JUICYCUBE
With Mrs.: MoodyMrs. : BAKE SALE SATURDAY ; V

George Moody, Jr., was Members of 'the Senior MYF STEAK I/T1br r 79
hostess to members of the Idle. plan to hold a bake sale In ... u .
wood Club Tuesday evening at front of the Bunnell Post Office ." '
her home in Flagler Beach, fora at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, LEAN WESTERN FIRST CUT \
business and social meeting.The Counselor Bette McDaniel said '
club voted to endorse and today. PORK CHOPS 3 'Ibs. $100
support the proposed recreation The group is earning funds .
project; accepted responsibility for new recreation equipment .
to conduct the Polio Mothers: for the educational department. STREAK-O'LEAN I
March Drive in Bunnell and I Mrs. McDaniel said any
Flagler Beach. They will be as 'I church member who wishes to
sisted by the Junior Girl Scouts! contribute to the sale may do WHITE BACONlb.. 29
which is sponsored by the club.I so by calling any officer of the
M. B. McDantel is Drive Chair. MYF who will pick up the con
man for the County. tribution. SWIFT'S SWIFTSCHICKEN
Mrs. Moody was named to Officers are Elizabeth Allen,
serve as sodal chairman for the president; Butch McDaniel, vice CANNED' PICNICS WINGS
club for the rest of the year. president; Betty Lynn Bourne,
Myrna Knight, who served as, secretary; Delores Deen treasurer 3Lb. $1 89 2" Lb. 69*
chairman part of the year, has I ; Tommy lIen, program chair. Box
resigned.The man.
next meeting will be with I CHOICE LEANALL
Mrs. Dave Perryman in Bunnell.,1 1I I Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoffman of
1 Merritt' Island, visited here during STEW Ib. 69
Bunnell PTA Meets Jan. 23' the weekend with her moth. MEAT .
The Bunnell PTA will meet in' er, Mrs. Gladys Deen who is ilL
the high school cafetorium at La Ruta 12 0:. Can
8 P.M. Thursday, January 23rd. Richard Yelvington of Phoenix, Each
Important business of the eve. Art., arrived here Tuesday for a MAXWELL HOUSE CORNED BEEF 35*
ning, according to Howard Lerch, Visit of a week with his mother,
president, will be a report from Mrs. Laurie Yelvington. She will
the nominating committee..elect accompany him on the return: Instant Coffee
tion of officers and a report on trip for an extended visit there, MAYO AISE39J*
f'' the progress of the commlttete
for the scholarship trust fund. Mrs. Anna Jarosz has returned .
Guest speaker will be Glenn from a visit of two weeks I Oz. Our Value (CREAM STYLE) 303 Can
Woodward from Jacksonville.Mr. with her son's family, Mr. and 681t For
Lerch urges a large at. Mrs. Edward Jarosz and family. Jar CORN 8 $100Umit
tendance to pledge their supportto On her return trip she stoppedover
the new officers that will be in Ft. Lauderdale for a visit
1 with $5.00 More Food Order Buih'i Cut 303 Can
or
and to hear
elected that night with a former resident of Ko-
this speaker. I rona, Mrs. Theressa Parado and GREEN BEANS 6 For $1DAIRY
her mother, Mrs. Ann Hutrya.
ENTERTAINS f
I LARGE SIZE
FINESSE CLUB ENTERTAINS WITH
Mrs. Rosely Cameron was BUFFET LUNCHEON << SPECIAL .
hostess to members of the Finesse Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steflik had
Bridge Club Wednesday'I their young daughter, Holly Lou, FAB2f" Sun Spun ((1 Lb. Qtr)'

evening for the weekly meeting. christened the St.Thomas Sunday Episcopal morning Church.at OLEO' 2"". 29*

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Decker Rev. James Taylor, priest in
and daughter, Miss Decker, are charge, officiated. (
spending several days this weekIn God Parents were Mr. and Mrs. 49 << FROZEN FOODS .
Miami. Michael Steflik and Mr. and
Mrs. John Cannon. Singleton DreadedSHRIMP 10 Ox. Pk,.
Mrs. Gladys Deen has been a Following the christening they Limit 2 with $5.00 or More Food Order Each 57
patient in the local hospital for were hosts to a group of 17 \ e
the past several days receiving guests at a buffet luncheon at
medical treatment. She expectsto their home, East Moody Boule
to the University Hospitalin vard.
go HERSHEY'S << FRESH PRODUCE >>
Gainesville Friday for exam
ination. Golden Ripe

tYt forsrcY V SUGAR BANANAS Lb. 'i 9*
'
Alsco Aluminum Siding . .
with Dupont "TEDLAR"
Not A Paint l Ga. Red SweetPOTATOES
t ContactVernon i "".
3 39c

A.Flagler Raymond Beach..\ vtwose 5 a i 38'Limit
- - Head
-- Large

MILLER 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order CAULIFLOWER Ea. 29*


ELECTRONICS

1744 Ocean Shore Bird. Kett 100 FREE 100 FREE 50 FREE

REPAIRS ON TV'S rye Ncwsvavr f. GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS \ GIFT BOND STAMPS '

WASHERSDRYERS !. With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of '
(1) 24 oz. Can ((3) BOXES REG. SIZE $5.00 or More Food
SNO-BOL CLEANER KOTEX Order
Call Collect 672-0377 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
ALL WORK GUARANTEED ..NO irs Sunday, Jan. 10, 1964 Sunday, Jan. 19, 1964 Sunday, Jan. 19, 1964
[CONoM1CAlParkIn



Laundry and Dry CleanersALSO



: Jabaly's Rug CleanersAND nl

; Ilia
& Hat Cleaners j
BilJ, s Shoe Repair -,
WALTON JOHNSTON AGENT Phone 437-3227

ID 7-3575 BUNNELL OPEN SUNDAYS iffTIIIli U.S1 BUNNELL
it':' SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY .., 8:00 .m-l lOO p.m.
.,.- "' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Price Good Jan. 16, 17, 18, 19, 19C4I





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fAGII SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 16, 1964

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Children Had Revenue Service I(office; located at 326 South Grandtyfttw \tar THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB

I Ave. in Daytona Beach. : PETERSON TEXACO NLORIUA.FIN OjnCllITOP ,
ANtI POHPUAflLHH
Offers To (Many of the tax question may SERVICE OUJ'fTlf CHAM
Infectious Help
More be answered by using telephone ROAD, SERVICE GHIIY. NO.OR8IN.4797BJARNE

service, thus preventing the taxpayer I PlatBtlff,

Diseases in 1963 Income Taxpayer from losing time from work Light Mechanical Work VAN
I Phone 437-3441<< SARAH M. tlJ.
BunnellCommunity
Infectious Diseases, mainly among Jahuary 2 began another In. and providing immediate assistance. I PIILTTef.....N.

Taxpayers are encouraged NOTICR TO DBFHWlD
tax flllng period and to
children, struck many come TO SARAH M. VAN PELT, not
more Piorldans In 1963 compared avoid the last minute rush now to call CL 2-2413 on I i known to be dead or allv'

with 1962 and the marked is the time to get your records I Mondays, at which time person 1 "ALL BBS. UNKNOWN GRANTEES HElRR, A88IO D _

rise caused Dr. Clarence M. together and file your 1963 In. ( nel will be available to immediately TEES.LIENORa OR OTHER CREDITORS PARTIES, TR

Sharp, director of the State come tax return, District Director i assist them. I I CLAIMANTS, claiming by. through
Filing of a correct and complete Memorial ChurchInterde..mla.tl.eal under or against the said SARAtiht.
Boalrd of Health's Bureau of Laurie W. Tomlin says. VAN FELT (who I. not knownto

Preventable Diseases, to warn As in the past, Special days income tax return has always -; following be dead described or alive) land In or situated to the

I parents they should be more will be designated as taxpayer been important, but the AIR CONDITIONED I in Flagler County. Florida, lo-wlt:
installation of the :Automatic Part of Government Lot 2 of
assistance days at which time I
alert about vaccinations. I Daytona AT*. I Section 23. Township 11 South
will be I II Data Processing System by the
sufficient personnel I Range SI East situated In Flag-

grownups fared a bit better I.available to promptly and efficiently j Internal Revenue Service' niakes FLAGLER BEACH ler particularly County described Florida as and follows more: >

than children so far as flu and assist each person with .it more important than ever Sunday School 10:00 A. M. ginning at the point where the

hepatltls,J1a liver Infection) were his income tax problem. I that each appropriate line of Church Service 11:00 A. M. South boundary Lot 2 Intersects of the said the Easterly Government -

concerned but more tuberculosiswas Monday of each week has the return be properly completed R. W. DICKERT, Pastor of way boundary,of the of Florida the 600 Intracoastal foot right

found In 1963 than In 1962. been set aside for this purpose, Tomlinson said. Also, where BVERYONR WELCOME Waterway, according to plat recorded
In Plat Book 4 at age,13of
"''There' simply Is little or no and taxpayers are encouragedto I practicable, preaddressed forms t & ._ ... ,....6d the Public Records of Flag-
j, received by taxpayers should be her runningthence
call at the district director's 'k"cihrl: 6..a
excuse for such widespread cases West, along
I;[used. I II the said Easterly right of way boun.
of so-calfed children's" diseases 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS dary, a distance of 259.39 feet;
when vacclatlon Is simple and I thence North 62' 31' 04* East; 'a.
362.About I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS distance of 118.88 feet to Permanent
Inexoenslve." Dr. said. Reference Monument
Sham 70 per cent of deathsin No.1.
iil-life 710.12 Lemon St. located on the top edge of the
""Children dan be Immunized Florida come in the chronic I Religion- Week ocean barrier; thence continuing

when they are;from a few weeks disease class. In this category At University of Florida Palatka Florida North 62' 31' 0." East 1& distanceof
approximately 60.0 feet to the
,
I
Phone EA 5-9166
to a few months old against is heart disease which is the I Five of the nation's outstand mean high water line of the water

most of the communicable 'disLases state's number one killer, causIng i ing theologians and philosophers Repaired FurnltuUpholstering& Refinished Southeasterly* of the Atlantic on a meander Ocean; thence of 'the

which directly affect them. one-third of all deaths will mean high water line of the watersof
over , be at the University of Mattresses d Box Springs the Atlantic Ocean a distance

Some of them die, and these said Dr. James E. Fulghum, director Florida for Rellgion-in-Life' Week I Made ic Order,Also Renovated of approximately 736.35 feet to
the South line of the said Government
deaths are needless in most of the board's division of talks January 19. 4. Call Laura Morris 437-3233 Lot 2; thence South 8846. '-

instances" chornlc diseases. I' Heading the list is Dr. Frank. ,After 6:00 P. M. of.' the 11" West said Government alopg the South Lot 2 line a

:'JTh'e following diseases drop. lIe said cancer Is number two tin Fry president of the Lutheran I PRICES REASONABLE.. distance of approximately (4.0 feet

ped Irk 1963 compared with 1962: on the list and ;that this be. Church of America and a I I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. ocean to a point barrier I on and the said top edge point of being the

flu, >7JBC3 cases against 12,240; comes more a problem as the leader in the world ecumenical Just as near as your South 23* 42' 04" East, a distance '
Phone or Post Office : of 712.41 feet from the above mentioned -
hepatitis 585 against 884; and population grows older. Strokeis movement Others include Dr. Drop Us A Card or Call Permanent Reference Monu

dlptherla.24 against 44. the third greatest killer.I I I Harmon Holcomb, professor of Free Pick-up & DeliveryIN I ment South 88 No.1' 46'; 11"thence West, continuing along the

These d I sea sea increased: br. Fulghum said projected. philosophy of religion at Colgate South line of the said Government
Lot 3. a distance of 840.05 feet' to
chicken pox 4,959 cases against 1963 figures, based on data for [ Divinity School; Dr. Max THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the point of beginning of this 'description

4,176; German measles 1,00-1 against the first nine months of the year Ant, vice chancellor of the KL.Am.KIt IN CHANCKUY COUNTY NO.,4810 FLORIDA Subject. however to right it of I '

496; measles 4,873 against show Increased deaths among Jewish Theological Seminary; FLOSSIE POPE way of State Road No. AlA

4,183; mumps 3,448 against 2,676; the following in 1963 over 1962: I Dr; Carl Mlchalson of Drew University Plaintiff Meridian Bearings and are parcel referred contains to the True 8.49

scarlet fever 418 against. 233; heart, 19,016 to 20,653; cancer,I and Dr. Nathan A. Scott VINCENT POPE Defendant the acres right more of or way'less of exclusive State blond;of

tuberculosis 1,527 against 1,374; 8,814 to 9,502; and stroke 6,219to of the University of Chicago DU NOTICE TO IJKKKNI No. AlA
and whooping cough 587 against 6,571 I Ivlnlty I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ALSO all of said Government Lot
School. VINCENT POPE 2, lying Southerly, of a Westerly
.. ; Route_ 3. Box. 379 .. production_ of the Northerly _boundary -
.
.w. Clinton, worm Carolina
or the above described parcel
PI ,r', You are hereby notified that A : Northerly of a West produce
suit has been filed against you in tion of the South boundary of the
the above entitled cause; and you above described parcel; Easterlyof
c are hereby required to file your answer the Easterly mean high waterline
with the Clerk of this Court, of the Florida Intracoastal
,' and to serve a copy thereof upon Waterway and Westerly of the
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, Easterly right of way boundaryof
',' Ov whose name and address Is; the said Waterway containing
I 1. : RAY SELDEN 0.81 acres, more or less. '
Selden Building The last described parcel
being
"
Daytona Beach, Floridanot
subject to canal right of
later than 17th D. a way
v February A. easement to the United States of

1964.If you fall to do so, decree pro America. -.-
confeaso will be entered against Together With all common law
: you for the relief demanded in the and littoral water rights end riparian
bill of complaint. The nature fI rights appertaining to said
said suit l being for divorce. I two parcels of land
1 WITNESS my hand and seal of ; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
""J/I/ said Court this 14th day of January that a complaint has been filed
A. D. 1W. against rou In the above entitled
(Official Seal) E. A. SMTTHE cause now pending In the Circuit
Clerk of said Circuit Court Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
By Julia It Harvey, fotFlt d In and for Flagler i
Deputy Clerk County: In Chancery. wherein
::0' "- Jan. 16-23-30 & Feb. <-4tc Bjarne brain Is plaintiff and the
,
above named and referred to par
IN THE cinctiiT roniT OFFI.AI.ER ties are defendants; and you are
COUNTY, FLORIDA required to file your answers or
IN rilAJVCKUV NO. 4811 pleadings to the complaint with
WILLIAM. TIERNEYPlaintiff. the Clerk of said Court and to
serve a copy thereof upon the
.. va. Plaintiffs attorneys. Wakefield and
MARY COSTELLO TIERNEY Underwood. 211 Hall Building 160
Defendant S. E. Second Street Miami St. Flor-
NOTICE TO I1RFKNUTHE 11a. not later than January 27, 19(4;
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: you fall to do so. Judgment by
MARY COSTELLO TIERNEY default will be taken against you
257 Castleton Avenue for the relief prayed for In the
New Brighton New York complaint
Tou are hereby notified that a
SaId
suit
suit has been filed against you In was Instituted for the
purpose of reforming that certain
the above entitled cause; and you Deed from
are hereby required to file your answer ham O. Isaac l'ayntar to Abra-
with the Clerk of this Court, Payntar. also known as
Abrah '
S.
\m / yntar. dated
August
and to serve a copy thereof upon 1931 sled
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, reeordetl 1 August 22. 114. and
for homes that need o t whose RAY name SELDEN and address Is: of the 'ubllc In l Deed Record Book of 32.St.page Johns 101

County, Florida,
Selden Dulldlni'Daytona and relied for
w Beach Floridanot record on October J4. l 20. and

electrical "PEP-UP" : pJ.I .. Ad 1H4'later than February 17th. A. D. 571 ler re-recordexl of the Public In Deed Records Book of 3.Fl55!

It you fait to do so. decree pro County. Florida and for the
I confesso will be entered against the purpose of quieting the title to
you for the relief demanded In the above described land in the
you suspect that your house suffersfrom f bill of complaint. The nature of said claims Bjarne and Ursln against the
said suit Interests of said defendants -
being for
j low Housepowor better call your j WITNESS my hand divorce.and seal of This and each of them.
notice
said Court this 14th i shall be published
day of Janu
> Electrical Contractor: for fret wiring yi ary. A. D. 194. once each week for four consecutive -
i Official Seal I weeks In The FUirler Tribune.
( ) E. A. 8MYTIIE I
1 ,check-up. Clerk of said Circuit Court netFlorid ORDERED at Bun
; By Julia R. Harvey I cember, 1913., this llth day of De.
4
''I'With Jan. U-23-30 Feb Ieputy Clerk B A. 8MYTHE
FULL HOUSEPOWEH wirina- '. t-ttc Clerk of the Circuit Court I
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and IN! TIIR CIRCUIT COURT or of F U.Ur CoSnlr' Florida tDl'
plenty of handy switches and out. 1 i Q KLAUI.KII COUNTY, KI.OIUIIA Julia R. Harvey /
.' Deputy Clerk. "
lets-you'll really! enjoy the convenience .' IN rilANCKRY LKROY NO.SNYDER 4NOTTHOUAS Circuit Court Seal)
le Plaintiff Dee. 26. IMS A Jan. !-i-11. 1914 I
economy and efficiency of better electrical n v vs.hertsa .
I Elisabeth Agnes i
living now and lathe all-electric future. I ; CCIfS Defendant

: liE STATE NOTICE OF TO nrSTKNII llb j1 litglrr UribanrIIUNNF.LL. .
"\ FLORIDA. TO:
t I I
,.. % Theresa Elisabeth Agnes Snyder ,
" tot William Street
Round Brook. New Jersey FLORIDA ,

1Jk .'ftlAh are' been-:r.dn against that you In a

the above entitled cause; and you MRS. JL n. FULLER Editor
are hereby required to file your answer
with the Clerk of this Court, :
and to serve a copy thereof upon UeslaeatN OMrlal ... Ik.....
the plaintiff
or plaintiffs attorney
who. und *.. ... ...
. nam address Is: II. H tl *f FlagUr
tf. RAY 8BLDENftolden
"4 c....,., ...J .
: '., .'t r1i" t { Building ..II''' theeela
t,. Daytant Reach. Florida ..4 tft* State .| Florida
r.I&t.r than February lln. A. D.
f
If' you fall to do so. deer. pro
.; ; eonfesso will be entered against Catr4 as second class patter
I ; '.. your for the relief demanded in the February 8. 1113. at the postofflc
oAIuzleless eL-e'tir bill of complaint The nature of
said suit being for dlvorc at Bunnell. Florida, under act of

\' ... ,,., envA/te. r00fFLORiDA r said WtTNESa Court this my fIb hand day and of seat January .-f faith 8. 1ST*. I

A. IX 1J 4.OfflcUl .
; POWER & LIGHT I COMPAlfY, ( Heal) E. A. 8UYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court One year .SS.II
Xi/NM, e0/1011ORf04 I By Julia\ It. Harvey
Six
Deputy Clerk month -_1LU
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REMOVAL SALE.






COME EARLY MORE REDUCTIONS QUANTITIES LIMITED


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WOMEN'S WEAR,' BOY'S WEARSWEATERS

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DRESSES $3579$ $ $




wide selection of Regular shirtwaists$3.99, jumpers to $35.00A shifts, 2.piece dresses. $ $
. misses, juniors, and half sizes. . Choose from over 200 $2 $3 $4 $5
exciting current M styles. Sizes 5-15, 8.20, 12V628V4SKIRTS ,


$ $ $ $ An enormous selection Regular of hl-bulk$2.99 to orlons$10.95 I In,'an exciting rangeof
2345 colors. . button up, cardigan, and pullover styles. plaids,
plains, and fancies. Sizes 3.6x, 7-12, 1020.



Select from 200 first Regular quality$3.99 skirts to in$19.95 wrap around, sheaths, JACKETS $3$5$7$ $
coachman, pleated and flared styles. . Wide color range in
cottons, dacron &.cotton, wools, and arnel. Sizes 5.15 and 8.18

Regular $4.99 to $14.99
$ $
COATS 13 & 15 Choose from a large selection of Vinyls cottons sued look
Values
to 22.99 with both quilt and pile linings. . some with knit collars and
Foam lined laminated, non allergenic, broken sizes, assorted sleeves. . beige, blue, olive, rust. Sizes 818.
colors and styles.JACKETS .

SHIRTS 1 $ oo
to Regular $1.99 to $2.99 2 for 3
& TOPPERS %:& $7&11
Long and short sleeves, cotton blends in wide assortmtne of
Laminated, pile lined,corduroy, in several styles broken sizes. patterns and colors. Sizes 618.


LINGERIE I I 50% OFF TOPCOATS Regular $10.95 $.700'

Special group, of slips, brassiere. and girdles in broken size Heavy twill shell In desert beige fully lined, water repellent,
ranges. all weather wearability. Sizes 820. +


JEWELRY 50% OFF SLACK SET S Regular $4.29 ea. 2 !5

Special group, necklaces, earrings, bracelets in wide assortmentof Three piece shirts, pants, and belt In cotton cord and corduroy
styles and colors.SLACKS. broken sizes 37.


To 75% OFF
GIRL'S WEAR
Famous makes, wools, cottons, knits, flannels, corduroys,
seersucker. Over 200 slacks to choose from sizes 5.18 &32.38.Reg .


GOWNS & PAJAMAS $2.9&.**.2 for$5 DRESSES 50% OFFI

Long and short styles, 100% cotton flannelette, machine washable Special assortment in velvet, nylon cotton, corduroy In an ;
Sizes 3446. enormous assortment of styles. Sizes 1-3, 3-6z, and 714.


ii MEN'S WEAR DUSTERS Regular $2.99 'I1
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Beautiful styles In corduroy, cotton cord, pastels in size
3.6& and 7.14.COATS.
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SPORT SHIRTS Regular to$7.95 2 10 r 5 Regular $10.95 $700

Long and short sleeves in cottons, rayons, flannel, in wide Laminated foam in vibrant reds and blues with pile and quilt
selection of styles and fabrics. Sizes. S M L XL linings. Sizes 7.14.


LAND 'N SEA FASHIONS ,


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PAGE BIGHT TIlE FLAGLER TK1BUNE, BUNNKIJU FLORIDA Thursday, January 16, 1964

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hew wonderful we are! Readers I! Experiments With'Coated which regulate the availability I Helium was discovered In the
:Jlagler Beacli are as necessary as books fora :of the fertilizer to the plant sun In 1808, almost 30 years be.
living library.FLORIDA FertilizerCoated Laboratory, greenhouse and fore Its presence on earth was
field experiments with coated detected.
(Continued from page 4) SUFFERS fertilizers, similar to fertilizers on ornamental plants

BAPTIST CHURCH I, coated pills, may be the answerto have been conducted for the past
Sunday school to at 9:45: A. M. 1 COLD, WEATHER some of the garden, greenhouse two years at the Gulf Coast Experiment Iwo To PLAtE
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and morning worship Is at 11 o' It WAS COLD OUTSIDE Tues or farm fertilizer: prob. Station. These studies ;A NiWSPAPER AD 1
I clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, day morning. Bur-r-r-r gives lems. Indicate that the heavly-coated I $AY1NG'ycuNGwANTEa
.,pastor. Training: Union Is at 6:15 one a chill to even think of Dr. W. E. Waters, assistant materials may be of great valueto MAM :.
'P.M.. and evening worship Is the thermometer reading of 22 horticulturist with the University Florida growers especially ?
at 7:30.: In Bunnell. Reports of 22 to 25 of Florida's Gulf Coast Experiment those In potted-plant production.
.. degrees were reported from other i Station at Bradentona I By using the new fertilizers, i
METHODIST CHURCH sections of the county Tuesday unit of the agricultural ex !growers may be able to Increasethe t
Church school time Is 9:45 morning. During the day the periment stations, relates that efficiency of the fertilizerand
A. M. and morning worship Is high temperature ranged .In the fertilizer manufacturers have de. reduce the number of ap'
at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold forties. veloped techniques for coating plications. '
N. Hoover, minister. Wednesday morning WAS a granules of inorganic, fertilizersney Soil moisture enters and swells
All the men are Invited to wee bit. better with the temperature the coated granules allowingthe
attend the DeLand District Men's ranging four to five degrees Rehabilitation Institute In nutrients to diffuse out into
qub' meeting next Thursday, warmer than Tuesday. Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Russ the soil. The rate of fertilizer
January 23, In DeBarry. Please The weather man promises a attended Jn October and Mrs. release depends upon the thick. AYrls ISF "
,,call Lyman Gage, president, by general warming trend for' the Taylor In December. ness of the coating, soil moisture PT saRvic8 .
':next Monday to make your next few days, with the cold Rehabilitation is restoring the and temperature.The .
'reserva on. wave losing its punch. Individual to the fullest phySic. fertilizer elements may be
The Woman's Society of Chris. al, social, mental, economic and released within two weeks from
tlan Service will serve, its annual vocational capacities of whichhe lightly coated granules, to four aNEW
smorgasbord Friday, Feb. Health Groups is capable. This program includes or five months for heavily coated
ruary. 7th. the rehabilitation of all ones.
MeetIn types of disabilities affectingall
Hold Joint
GIRL SCOUTS WILL SELL I ages; with particular refer. Temper gets you Into trouble. ........
'. COOKIES SATURDAYThe Putnam CountyA ence to the "stroke" patient. Pride keeps you there. Luck Is
Flagler Beach Junior Girl The purpose of this programis always against the man who
Scouts and the Cadet Scouts will Joint meeting of the Flag. to have available the servicesof I depnds on It.
sell cookies Saturday, January18th. ler and Putnam County Health trained personnel for patients I I:I -
The Cadet Scouts will sell Departments was held Friday, who have been discharged from
door to door and the Juniors will January 10th, at the Putnam the hospital orara confined at I I FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
have a booth at the post office. County Health Department in home. These services are avail. .
.. The fin insurance policies we write still give the same
}The public Is asked to supportthe 'alatka at which time Mrs. Mar able through your private physi
dependable. otectiOD. But today can often enjoy additional *
Scout Troops In Flagler garet Taylor, R. N., of Flagler cian. I I you ,
Coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy at
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,Beach In this way. County, Joined Miss Katherine Those attending besides Dr.I very
','', i.. Russ, R.N. of Putnam County, Sayers were: Mrs. Louise Taylor, little extra costRemember

Books Are My Dish In conducting a 'program ac. R.N., Flagler County; Mrs. Naomi H. T. Cook Agency is tmdj to help you
quainting Dr. J. R. Sayers, coun- Nicholson, R.N., Mrs. Opal take advantage of these extra coverages. Telepteact.,437-3361
(By Dorothy Homons) ty health officer, and the nursing Lee, R.N., Mrs. Doris Wilde, or stop In soon for full details.
From time to time we will rePeat personnel of both counties R.N., Putnam County Health
\ Information about the with the varied subjects covered Department, and Mrs. Addle Ryan H. T. COOK AGENCY
Flagle Woman's Club Library during their three weeks coursein R.N., Putnam County, Cres Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo. '

for the benefit of newcomers to Physical Rehabilitation, Ken- cent City.
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Beach ""U a city, there maybe
1, 'some confusion about the long
established City Library which
; Is In Bunnell.
, The Beach Library was started
\. about a year and a half ago
by Mrs. Phil Kester with only i
four books and a lot of hope.
Now there Is a library staff of
four and over 2,000 books as well
t .- as magazines, all given by
1 friends, neighbors, and-thanks .
I to Mrs. Frank Raymond,-even
I by libraries In Conncctlcutt. f \ : ,

, ,f The library, a public service,
, is open Thursdays from 1 to 4:30.:
1 No charge for taking out a book
t' for two weeks, then a penny a
I day fine unless the book Is renewed f
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I Everybody Is welcome.
11 There are books for every taste. ( "w
I We are proud that we have men lK _
taking out books as well as
t.
women \
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There are books on household
decorating, needlepoint, quick 4
gourmet cooking and flower ar
rangements; books on how to ..R
manufacture steel, books on
'agriculture and natural history, .,>
lots of Westerns, Including a
rare item, a complete set of: -.-
Brete Hart's great books about _____ _
the West The best mysteries, ___
paperback and hard back| lust
acquired Mary Stewart's delight.
ful mystery, "Nine Coaches
Watlng." There are most of the
best hovels over the past few

I decades historical, many novels fine, over biographies 100 bookson Chevrolet's new low-cost quality delivery truck!

religious subjects, a shelf of This introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out. Certain sections are treated with high-zinc- .
children's books, and last, but delivery truck. content primers; others with an aluminum-wax
not least, thanks to Mr. Elliott It has a low price tag, over 40 sq. ft. of completely preservative.
Soule and Mrs. Brede, a well usable flat floor 7J4 ft. the front and The windshield Is
The long, engine up a big flat practcal! one-piece unit.a .
rounded classical and library.drama Is lot of quality features which make it a better buy. The big 90-hp 4-cylinder standard engine is more
section
poetry Come and see The body and f frame-floor are welded together. The powerful than some 6s, yet Is remarkably economical.
If growing we are rapidly.telling the truth about truck Is strong, rigid, stable. Doors are double-wall If you need more power,Chevy-Van offers a 120-hp six
construction. at extra cost. Side doors and rear windows
Chevy-Van has unusual resistance to rust . also cost extra.
Dance to the Music of and corrosion. Especially vulnerable areas Last but not least it's a Chevrolet. Which
such as front stepwells are galvanized. HAUJT rears means that It Is built to work for you a long
"The Casuals"AT Sealers are used at all critical joints Inside ALWAYS con uu, time at minimum cost.
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THE Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about Chevy-Van or any type of truck
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LOUNGE HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

FLAGLEB BEACH

Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAt.



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