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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 23, 1964
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62, NO. 3 BUNNELL FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR ..
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An Increase at i Legion Post Will I Group Proposes i' Match of Dimes I I i Commissioners


Second Ask Change in I Foundation for Chairmen Named Plan Repaving
Feeding 'I : ,


Polio VaccineThe 1 Meeting NightsFlagler I i ScholarshipsA I IFor County Drive I II : Several Streets


second feeding of oral I Post 115, The Amerl-1 t small group of Flagler I I M. a McDaniel, county chair I II I At the Monday night meetingof

can Legion, at its monthly meet. man for the March of Dimes, Commission, the
SabIn polio vaccine was even county citizens met Tuesday evening I I the City
more successful than the first ing agreed to seek a change In I to discuss creating a nonprofit said today the annual Mothers' I February 1 date for the Flagler

in December. At that time 3,109persons ,the post by-laws for the meetings foundation for scholarshipsto March will be held on Friday Woman' Club rummage sale

to be held on the fourth evening, March 31, throughout
participated while the deserving students to various was confirmed.; The sale will be

second I Monday evenings instead of the colleges. the county. held on city-owned property.
feeding Sunday 3,162j
II The fire sirens will be soundedone
participated. third Monday in each month. The foundation program was The commission heard a prog

persons"Victory Over Polio," The change is sought becauseit suggested by the Bunnell Parent. time at both Bunnell and ress report on the city maps,
sponsor.
{ is felt there is less conflict Flagler Beach at 7 o'clock, mark. I
ed by the Flagler Farm Bureau, I Teacher Association which Is now in the making. The maps
with other meeting on that evening ng the beginniag.oLtbarnerch.
.
4s assisted much interested in the Massachusetts arc expected to be ready soon
being
ably by
many
and also that possibly I II It will also be sounded at -8 o'
civic dubs of'the county. Both foundation for the but no..date.1a..act for delivery.
I some 'members of the. organization dock at the end of the march.
local druggists and purpose.At It was also voted to use one
many per. Chairmen who have been
sons from the professional staffsof who-are prevented from attending the meeting Charles E. of the county's voting machines
post meeting now because ' named to conduct the drive In
the Flagler Health Department I Creal was named permanent In the March city election.

and the Flagler Clinic and of other commUmtntsvFour chairman and John Cannon sec Bunnell are Bottle McDanlel and I Heard a report on the recent

new members were! accepted The discussed the Gwen McGrlff. I inspection meeting with a paving .
Hospital volunteered their serv, retary. group ,
I I Initiated In Flagler Beach will be Daisy
Into the post and ,various phases of creating a'' representative The commit
ices.The by appropriate ceremony. Moody, Virginia Moody and Ect-
makeup clinic will be foundation type scholarship plan tee reported the representative
!
held from 1 to 4 P. M. Friday,I I I The four Initiated are Ernest and appointed a charter committee ta Peterson recommended a leveling courseto
Taylor, Walter Creal, Floyd Hurl, In Espanola will be Mrs. Otis
hot-
January 24th, at the Flagler I to Investigate further, be followed by a one-inch
Hunter Mrs. Alfred Tucker in
County Health Department. The and Louis Nelson. and report back to the group ; mix paving material.

makeup clinic Is for anyone A report was made on progress 1 I next Tuesday evening. Blmlnl; Mrs. J. B. Pelll-er In St. It was estimated 400 tons of
of the veterans census now Johns Park; Mrs. Earl Thiel In
needed for the
who missed the Sunday feeding. The plan, if adopted, would asphalt would be
being 'taken. It was stated that Artesia Park; Mrs. Cora Buckles
.
of
Parents are reminded that j provide for voluntary contributions repair and finishing Anderson
the project' is about twqthfrdscomplete : In Marineland.
must "-'- ither --personinterested St. and the street circlingthe
they accompany and it is hoped it can In Haw Creek will be Mrs.
I funds
and Lake Lucille.
their children or send permission In providing for deservingand city building
be finished by February 1. : Leslie Tucker; Korona, Mrs. C J.
slips. In December there were qualified students from this Bids for the work Is being
180 make. which broughtthe A letter from the Legion's National : county. Smigielski, and Favorlta, Mrs. advertised in this week's issue :
ups
Strickland. 1
Commander Daniel Foley Marvin
total ,vaccine participantsto i of The Tribune.
School Hunter
complrnentlng the post outstandIng Principal LeRoy
I
District MethodistMen Approved the ditching and
3,289. of the during. will bji In charge of the drive
progress post ;
The third and final feeding Meet Tonight culvert on S. Elm St to Improve
I for the Carver School
the past year. area
will be held on Sunday, March Methodist men of the DeLand drainage In that area which was
The post will present to
Irtj .Mrs. George Clegg general District will meet In DeBary for -- flooded during the rains last
Brownie No. 720 Flag
Troop 4
chairman, expressed appreciation their quarterly business meeting I week,
I
I
that has been flown over the Pleasure Craft
br. John M, Canakarls
to ill persons who volunteered and dinner tonight at 6:30.: Both appear.
White House. It will be secured
their time and servicesas the dinner and business session) ed before the board stating "We \
through Congressman Billy Mat. I On Waterway might be facing the closing of
well as the 3,162 persons who will be held at Community

c1 d ,. thews. ..it .. Methodist hurch C. the hospital" and he was ap '
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: ... '"',-. :,1. / :i : -- --:- ;; :.: rr' ogg,)' astot. 'y- .. Shows Increase '- pearing-to'see'what the city and

Guest speaker will be R. How. county could do to help. He referred
Use of Intracoastal water
Benefit Puppet Burns Campaign ard Berg, of Melbourne, chair. to Lake Worth where the I
I way In northeast Florida by j
man of the Methodist General hospital was leased, and the city I

Show in DaytonaA I Committee Was Board of Lay Activities and spurted commercial ahead and 6 pleasure per cent craft last budget for welfare.Commissioner Shelton. Barber

Florida Conference of Lay Lead.
puppet theater version of I Is year as measured by boat pass said he wondered why the three'
Formed er. This Mr. Berg's first appearance
I Thursday ings at the Palm Valley Bridge,
Hans Christian Anderson's clas at a district meetingin boards (county, and cities of I
sic tale, The Emperor's Nightingale the Florida State Chamber of Bunnell and Flagler Beach)
this and
\ Harold Ashley of Melrose, area a good attendance
will be presented at Main. Is urged Commerce reports couldn't meet for a planning
of Jacksonville
formerly was craft
"The count of private
land Senior High School in Daytona It Is expected that he will discuss session.
here last Thursday evening to checked to''
the
at bridge came
Beach on Sunday, January Edmonson suggestedthe
Frances
assist In'organlzlnl" Haydon during his talk some of
5,114 passings last a rec
year
26. Income from the
two performances the of county commissioner were
Burns for Governor Campaign highlights proposed leeIs.latton
ord high and the gain over the
will benefit the Vo- with
holding a meeting poctor
that will be
Committee. Mr. Ashley Is area presented at
lusla County Mental Health the previous year was the largest Canakarls Friday night and why
cordlnator for six counties- general conference of the
since 1957. Government boat
Clinic. The clinic's advisory Flagler, Putnam Clay, Bradford, Methodist Church which meetsIn use of the waterway has decreased not combine the meeting The
board and area PTA's are cosponsoring commissioner voted to contact
Union, and St Johns. Pittsburgh In April. appreciably since the
the event. I I the county board to see It a
D. D. Moody was elected chair.
closing of the base at Green
The production will be at
staged meeting would be agreeable
man of the Committee. He was FARMERS MUST ASK Cove Springs.
I
and world-
the
performed by
I that time.
chairman In the 19CO Burns
famous Nicolo Marionette Com I I ,FOR GAS REBATEOnly "Pleasure boat passings at the The commission Instructed

pany. According to Perry A. Con. [I campaign for governor. a few days remain for I bridge averaged about 10 a day Wilfred Hunter to set the drain

alas president of the clinic's advisory Elected to serve as deputy farmers who have permits to and came to 3,433 for the year. box on Bay St. as soon as possible

board, the production has I treasurer for Flagler County apply for their gasoline refund Most of the out of state pleasure so that preparation for pawIng
was Mrs. M. E Fuller. She too
and
craft south in the tall
proved a delight to children and I from the State Comptroller' of. come that section of the street

adults all over the country. We served as deputy campaign Ace January 31 Is the dead winter In the protected water. could be continued. Also to reset
I I I treasurer for the county in I960. way and many of them take the I
are certain, Constas said, that line. parking sign on Bay St. be
local response will be equally The group voted to house Farmers who hold a valid refund ocean route to return In the .tween Highway 11 and Lambert
campaign material In the oldNlppe" Thus the difference between .
enthusiastic. rUfrwir hope that I permit from the comptroller prlng. Ave They also voted to get permission *
"We
lunch
the and
north southbound
room on
the program can become an an. may get a refund of 4 cents to burn several I wooded
comer of Highways 11 and U.S. at the
bridge
nual event in support of the a gallon of gas used for agricultural passings gives a ,lot near Bunnell High school as
1. The building loaned colue to the craft
was by larger comingto
clinic' vital mental health pro. I or commercial fishing\ ,several rattlesnakes were killed

gram. George Moody, Jr. I purposes: during 1963. No re. I Florida. Last year's differencewas : In that ares last year.
Committee Chairman 353 to the II
Performances will be at 1:30 Moody fund is authorized, however, for compared previous Instructed the clerk to call
said he would I of 220. I
and 3:30 P. M. Tickets are avail. name chairmenfor purchase of leas than 25 gallons five-year average :the Atlanta Housing' office to
the various sub-committees ; "Commercial boat
(barges
,
able through local PTA's and at any one time; and none I find out when their represenatiw ,
selected local merchants. In the near future and would is given when the refund for pontoons, motorboats) using the I would be here to assist with preparing .
call a meeting of the committee waterway last year made 1,333:
12 month is leu than $5.00. a workable program. The
for 11 cent and t
planning. passings, up per
U needed before
Senior Citizens Club program any
Anyone wishing to assist In fishing vessels made 300 pass .
is made -
VA PENSIONERS more progress on planning
Sets Attendance Record the down 9 cent accord I
campaign are Urged to con. Ings, per for the 90 new housing
Breaking the previous high 'i'tart members of the committee URGED TO REPORT Ing to reports of the U. S. Engi units here.vllle .

record of 53, set last November so they can be notified of future Veterans and dependents of neers." to make the

12, a group of 62 persons at I meetings. I I I deceased veterans on the Veterans I program company if the Atlanta up office

the given FARMERS err teas FOB FOOD
tended potluck supper I: Administration' non- could not do the work In the

by the Flagler Senior Citizens Food costs have risen less service connected rolls who fail t i I The farmer gets none of the near future. This would cost the

Club Tuesday, January 21, at since 194749 than most other i I I to return their income question. I II I Increase In cost for the food he city $300.Voted .

Center In Flagler items in I nacres !I I In fact he receives 12
the Recreation consumer the cost of by January 31 will not produces to meet In the library

Beach. living Index. For all items on I I receive any mon check and '!'I per cent less for the farm food I with Mrs. John Cannon and the

There were 21 Ant-timers present the list the Increase In cost to may even have to pay bade the I "market basket" than he did In : Library" Club when when work '.

also a new high which apParently I 1962 was 29 per cent For all!j I money received In 1963. I I'I lfrl7-49. The fanner's shire of of indexing and setting up the ,;

reflects a seasonal Increase ,[I food the Increase was 22 percent i'I VA official's Issued. this warnIng I I the consumer's food dollar was I I I new system to completed. ('

in visitors in the area. i 1 For rent It was 43 percent i pointing out that the que> ;36 cents In August 3 cents leas Police Lt Edwin Pelllcer was

Next of the dub, and for medical 67 tlonnaire mailed I tor earlier i I
meeting I cart per wire month I I than a year I instructed to order the summer "
which third I I cent earlier than I
meets the first and i I usual this year. shirt for the police force.

Tuesday evenings In the month t VA mailed the Income Informajtion 1 Landowner In Florida will

-W be February 4. This, too, Large male lions weigh up to I form with the November!I.plant for profit million of pine ;

will be a potluck supper, with i[ 500 pounds-almost twice as 30 check but the return dead- I seedlings during the fall of 1963 One of the hardest secrets lor \

lams to be announced later.[\much a* their mates. ;!line date remain January 3L ,i and winter 19G4. man Is his opinion of hlrm elL







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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 23, 1964

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rl ;this week for BHS playersas i A. Ford (BB 5 10 5tf I without the machinery, the fuel,
Butch Anderson and Walton I!G. Miller (BB) 5 12 42 the seed and fertilize, the pesticides .
Cowart held oh to the Varsityand M. Tucker BB) 7 24 29 and the vast array of
B Squad foul shot leads. B. Etoenbach 2 10 20 other technology that came from
:
nonfarm economy.
On the Varsity scene Anderson
EFFICIENT FOOD PRODUCTIONThe
.. g lost a percentage point to worker ,,;,,; Y.iNj..;; ....i
,, t 76 cent but holds a comfortable average on
I", (r' per
ALFORD
U.8.1 O. F.
r
/ : 1'J ; Ii I lead Jim Brown, farms now produces food _
,,. ,',I ,,-,. Ii" ;, _g ._ over fiber for 29 persons. As recentlyas Registered
who has 72 per cent, and Walter I
Townsend with 70 per cent. 1960, this figure was only Real Estate Broker
(By Buzzy McKnight) Kuleski 30-20 6 Walton Cowart has been lead This amazing record of In 15'1
VARSITY BOYS' RECORD E. Tucker 00-00 0 ing the Baby Bulldogs' charity ing farm output would, Bunnell. Florida

MOUNTS TO 10.1 WITH shooting all season and is now course, have been impossible j
NEW VICTORIES OVER TWO 16 5-136 37 -.
hitting 70 per cent of his shots.
Bunnell A: 9, r------
Quarter score:
Jack Is distant second
Knight a
The Bulldogs put even more I 17, 31, 37; Fla. Military A, 8, 11, with. 63 cent.
distance between themselvesand 23, 32. per 24 HourVVrecker
their nearest rival as they Ftm Fta % Service
held onto the St Johns River COWART PACES BABY Anderson( var) 29' 38 76

Conference lead by clobberingD BULLDOGS TO TWO lB.. Brown (var) 23 32 72

&: B on Friday 66.40 anA Saturn njp-, MORE VICTORIES 'V.. Townsend (vat) 18 26 70 Flagler Truck & Tractor Co,
ping Florida Military on E. Tucker (var) 9 16 56
day 37.32 to boost their seasonal Walton Cowart ,was' again the R. Tucker (var) 7 13 54 MASSEY-FERGUSON
record to lOr 1.Watter'Townsend. gulldlng light for the Baby Bull H Kuleski 14 26 54 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

Bebe Moody, dogs as they equaled the Var B. Moody (var) 24 46 52''
and Butch Anderson started :sity with victories over. D &: Band W. Cowart (BB) 23 33 70 VIRGIL DECKER' Phone ID 7-3242

scoring early on Friday night, I Florida Military;" J.;'Knight (BB) 20 32 63 J Owner Bunnell, Florida
and the Bulldogs jumped in I The Baby Bulldogs cruised to S. Rockett (BB) 29 50 581
front and held a comfortablelead a 37.24 victory over D &: B on
throughout the game a. I friday, as the second string saw
considerable action. Co art
galnst D &: B. The Bulldogs rang
in the final periodas wasn't in the game long enoughto
up 20 points ?
Cabbage
in do a lot of scoring but man. worms
the second string came ;
aged to get 9 points'to spark
indicatinga
to score 14 of them,
well balanced team. the win.
Townsend pushed through 17 On Saturday the Baby Bulldogs

points, Moody 13, and Anderson played a tough rival in
11, as Bunnell won It 6640. For Florida Military The Bulldogs
took the lead 7.4 at the end
Mais McEver
,
D &: B Stan Jerry
and Bruce Ostrout each scored of the first quartet, but from
that point onwards it was
11 points.
The Bulldogs were locked ina touch-and-go. The Knights held
close defensive struggle Saturday slim leads at the end of the
against the Knights of first half and third quarter, be.
Jim Brown's hind the fine shooting of Chris
Florida Military, as
Smith, but the Baby Bulldog five "
11 points led a measly Bulldog ,
scoring exhibition The Bulldogs, came alive in the final period
with some hot scoring by Cow. ,
however, were plenty :tough on
art and the Baby Bulldogs won
defense, but so were the Knights.
Elbert Tucker came off the 3632. Both Cowart and Smith

bench in the second half with had 17 points.D i

some hopped-up defensive pressure & B Squad 1
tactics and helped to nose hays 1 0.2 2 2
out the Knights 3732. Ed Al- TanOeld 2 1.1 0 5

beTS, with 15 points, was Flor Flatt ... 1 0.01 (0,' 2 e
ida Military's best source for 1I0gg j' 4 1.1 < 0 9
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points. Greene '3 0.0 0 6
\ D & B A.Squad Chevalier 0 QO: 1 0 ,
Fg Ft F Ttl

Jeffords 0 1.2 0 1 11 2.4 4 24
Phillips 0 0.0 1 0Mal. lSunnen B. Squad
.' 3 5.7 1 11 Knight 3 0.0 0 6

Brigham(. 3 0-1 1 6 M. Tucker 3 1.3 1 1
McEver :5 1.3 1 11 Eisenbach 1 0.0 0 2
Ostrout 1 9.9 2 11 Rockett 3 0.0 2 6

Walters. 0 0.0 2 Q Cowarta 4 1.2 0 9
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..,, --- Mme 't' 1 1.2 0 3 ritiIInhtili
1216.228 40 Jarosz', .t': 2 0.0 l' 4
IUDnell Squad

Townsend 7 3.3 2 17 17 3-7 4 37 N

Kuleskl ,1 I 1.1 2 3 Quarter scare: Bunnell 8, 20,
Moody 61.3313 33, 37; D &: B 3,11,19 24. nun i IRIII

Anderson Brown :5 3001 1.1 3 11 6

R. Tucker 2 0.0 1 4 Fla. Military Squad
Seale 'l 2.2,1 4 Hart 3 1.1"2 7

E. Tucker 1 2.4 0 4 .Harper- 02-31 2
J.,; Baggett 2 0.0 2 4 !Smith 6 5.5 3 17
"" I Knowles .10-03 2 WHOM
2810.1415 66 Malone 00-01 0

Quarter score; Bunnell, 20, 32, Borcher 12-42 4
46, 66; D & B,'10, 21, 26, 40. -
1313 32

Fla. Military. Squad Bunnell Squad
Fg Ft F Tel Knight 12-32 4
Albm 63.3 1 15 M. Tucker 10-122( ORTHO DIBROM'B Emulsive is the fast,thorough way to clean up your cabbage.
Johnston 4 2.2 2 10 Eisenbach 10-012

Dlffendale 0 0.0 2 0 Rockett 24.638 Spray DIBROM and within minutes dead
every cabbage worm hit will be or
Krumerey 2 0.1 3 4 Cowart 7 3-3 0 17 you
Destin 1 1.1 1 3 Miller 1 1.3 0 3 dying.And that goes for aphids and loopers,too. In fact, DIBROM kills more than

13 7- 32 1310.168 36 130 different insects, including most resistant ones.
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Bunnell A.*Squad Quarter score: Bunnell 7, 15 What's more, you won't find a more effective phos
Moody 31.31 7 20, 36; Fla. Military, 17, 24, 32.
,Townsend 20-234( phate than DIBROM 8. It has a short residual fife, leaves

Anderson 23-40 7 ANDERSON COWART HANG no harmful residue.You of
can use it to within four days
Brown 5 1.2 1 11 ON TO FOUL SHOT LEAD
R, Tucker 10-012 Foul shot statistics:: changed I hanrest Workers can return to the field a few hours after
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- O spraying.And it's safer than most organic phosphates.

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Just mix DIBROM EmulsiTe with water and spra1.

Or use the DIBRO 4 Dust Either wayyou can't lose...
H CBAJ Funeral Director
but you will! prolit."Helping.
t'" JOHN HARDIN. Associate

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Phone ID 7-3532 "Available from Kilgore Seed Company, Hastings, Florida: Phone 6921502"P

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January 23,1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA t'AGE THREE

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bill 'collectors! and unwantedvisitors.
d/oJ Ja
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However, beauty is the STORE HOURS: .
reason most gardeners give.University .
(By Henrey Sharpe) WEEK DAYS
I of Florida ornamental .SHELTON
Foundation plantings to the experts offer a few docts 8:00 a. in*-7:00 p. m.

gardener are like some gar- in making leurtdationplantings.. SATURDAYS
merits 4hey smooth out features Don't overplant. This is a 8:00 a. BU-9:00 p. m.

and add a "dressy" look. common fault, and crowding of I QUANTITY RIGHTS '
So, to insure that you will I too much miscellaneous material i RESERVED GROCERY
spruce up around the home, add around the home is a common I
foundation plants to your 1964 blunder of a rank amateur. I ***** ,
gardening resolutions. Don't depend too much on annuals I PRICES GOOD
When made foundation as a basis of the plant.
properly a FRI.
THURS. SAT.
,
planting serves definite ing. They require continuous "Your Friendly Co-op Store11Flavor
and January 23, 24, 25, 1964
purposes. It connects the house replacement during some
with the grounds and adjacent seasons will not do justice to I
ornamentals so that the house your mortgage. CHUCKROAST '
Aged
and grounds appear they have Don't use too large or too conspicuous .
grown together into an eye-appealing materials. Trees can
homestead. be used only against the largest
Shrubs and vines also tendto 1 buildings and some of the variegated
soften and blend architectural foliage plants do not fits I
lines. Such plants give the in well with all types of archi
home a finished look. tecture.

Generally, foundation plant. Don't use too many conifers. ,
ings reflect personal preference.The There is almost no restriction on
owner of a Spanish Villa broad leaved evergreens. Many
type home will use gaily color. such plants are Ideally adaptedto Lb. 39 .

ed acalyphas, crotons and other foundation plantings. ,. :
tropical plants, while the proud Don't be afraid of your own 'S
owner of a city ranch home may ideas as to plants. Your enthu I
feature cactus and cottonwoods. slasm should not be dampenedby FLAVOR AGED FAMILY FLAVOR AGED CHUCK
Rules for making foundation the "don'ts."

plantings are vague. 'Early set. Don't fall to plant some sort Lb. Lb
tlers cut out the underbrush so of foundation planting if thereis STEAK 59 STEAK 49
that they could keep an eye out! a bare spot at the base of
for Indian attacks. your building. Remember these
plants will increase the valueof
Conditions haven't changedvery
RIB END PORK ALL MEAT
much. Home owners plant the property, yet will look so
low growing plants which allow i natural that the tax assessor
_ Lb
for good visibility so they can will fall to add the improvementto CHOPS 39* STEW 69'
keep an eye out for peddlers,: his tax roll.
There are scores of plants
suitable for setting around the
CLASSIFIEDADS home. The native cherry laurelIs WORLD'S BEST GROUND BEEF SHORT
one. The wax privet is an.
other excellent glossy green u.

plant.Other larger growing founda BEEF 39 RIBS 39'

....u... ....v tab *..*!.( M* I tion suggestions Include abelia,
S TS"._"aU per..ward nl.lM Mick.M la e...er1l........ severlnea, jasmines, wax myrtle HERSHEY'S
RENT1Tbedroom and a number of the arborvitaes
FOR nicely
furnished apartment, steam heat, and conifers.
Still another group of plants-
lights, water and TV. Every.
ferns-have a place against
thing furnished for $50.00
per shaded walls, an .
month. Located AlA.. Phone '
on *
4392159. 1.23.3tc larger plants! SUGAR 538c
The Sword, Boston, leather and
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnIshed other cultivated varieties make
2 bedroom duplex apartment excellent foundation arrange
Large rooms, screened ments. Native ferns from the
porch. Phone ID 73304. woods; can also be planted.In .
Limit 1 With $7.00 or More Food Order
12-19-TF bays and other small iden- I
tatlons, to tone down the higher
LOST in Bunnell area half and add color herb.
.plants plant
grown kitten with no tall. Grey aceous perennials such as four
with white markings. Phone clocks, Stokes' aster penste- MAYONNAISE QI.
73340. Reward for return. 38"Limit
mon physostgia, wandering jew
1-23-ltc and violets. Jar

WANTED one to five hundred
acres of improved land. Write INDIANS USE'AlR.IOATS 1 With More Food Order
$5.00 or
Hal Batey, Jr., Melrose, Florida, In Florida's Everglades, Seminole
or phone GR 55811. 1-23-ltp Indians have exchangedtheir
old dugout canoes for
'
WANTED Welding to do eve swift modern air-boats. Propel. o FOLGER'S 6 Oi.
nings and week-ends. Call Mar. ler driven by an old automobile INSTANT
tin Harding 4373669. 1-16-tf engine mounted above a shallow

FOR SALE-45x10 House Trail. draft scow an air boat can float Yellow CookingONIONS 6 OZ
in two Inches of water and skim Coffee *
er; utility building; 100'x 225' 79
lot. Tel. 4373558. 12-26-tfc f through the glades at 30 to 40 3 0';;' 25c Jar
miles an hour.

FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bedroom Florida Limit 1 With $5.00 Food Order
duplex apartment. Large I Some speakers need no Intro. *
rooms screened porch. Phone ductlons. They need conclusions. I CAULIFLOWER 29C
U> 7.3304 12-19-TF I
I Cello Lyke's 303 Corned
WANTED IRONING to do at my
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. CARROTS & fOe BEEF HASH 3 For $100

livery.10.24-tf Phone ID 73669. urt iN d I


SEPTIC fields Installed TANK; snail cleaning shelL; drain Reasonable . V f s Shurfreth Canned (Tall Cant)

prices. Call George Ja.
roz. ID 7.3410 8-1-tf Sea Brand 20 Oz. (Breaded) MILK 8For $100

HELP WANTED-Couple to run tpoKoven SHRIMP 99*
restaurant living quarters In- TNFpI
eluded. Must have experience. McKenzIeV Baby Sunlit. 303 Can Canned

Will pay great percent of gross For For
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to right party. Animal Land LIMAS 5 $100 TOMATOES S 65e

A1A 10 miles north of Flaglet
Beach. 8.1-tf.JOHNSTON'S tmIiI mJIIj ---.l

"V r" v - - A NEU/6PAPER FULL 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP

ofptAXTT ARGAIN4..TNK
FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. L ADVA VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT,I
WATER FRONT FARMS With Purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
ACREAGE I p'4,1 1 Pair of Nylon ((3) Cutup $5.00 or More Food

"tote weds Hose Fryers Order
S tu for dour real a p
Office Phone HE 9-222 y Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 r Saturday, Jan. 25, 1964 Saturday, Jan. 25, 1964 Saturday, Jan. 25, 1964Thursday
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BAPTIST CHURCH
Investiture CeremonySet
I I Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M.
Girl Scouts
For I and morning worship is at 11 o'- r---------t: a
This ,Evening at 7:30 I clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens
Investiture Ceremony for the pastor. Training Union is at 6:45P. PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Junior and Cadet Girl Scout .M. and evening worship Is at SATURDAY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and ,
Troops at the Flagler Beach 7:35. RESERVED
Woman's Club building will be I January 23, 24, 25, 1964 \
at 7:30 Thursday evening (tonight COMMUNITY CHURCH
), Mrs. Kay Kaufman, publicity Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M.I! Sugar Creek Fully Cooked U. S. Choice Grade Western Beef
chairman'' said today. Fifteen with classes for all ages. 14 To 16 Lb. Average CHUCK
Junior Girl Scouts and six ship hour Is 11 o'clock with Rev. '
Cadets' will be Invested.All R. W. Dickert, pastor. I' u: Lb. '
relatives and 49 59
parents, I Hams Steak '
friends are invited to attend the ''Sunday, February, the Boy I II [
ceremony. I Scouts of Troop 495 will observe I

Cadets to be Invested are: Scout Sunday by attending their j I CENTER HAM SLICES, Lb........... 89c .
Eleanor Shlll, Elaine Tidwell, Individual churches. Scout members I

Vickie Moore, Pat Robbie, Doris of the Methodist In the Church service j Palm River Sliced l Grade "A" Western Beef ,
will participate
Burns, and Pamela Smith.
Juniors are: Sandra Abbott, that Sunday. The same meeting evening I I II CHICK Lk <
be
at5:30: there will a Roast 49
Charlotte Dodimead, Debra John.son I, BACON 49'
I i I at the church for the purpose Ih
Sherrie Lindsey, Pamela of discussing renewal of the !
McDaniel, Eula Lee Moody,I
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charter. All 'parents, boys and
Judith Owen, Penny Parrish, Copeland's Pure Pork Roll Grade "A" Western Beef
else Interested in Scouting -
anyone
Victoria Pamela Perritte Sheeler,, Suellen Lynda Smith Seale,, are invited to attend. There II Mot er $ MINI Lh.
will be a light lunch served fol- 39 Roast 59
and Stella Carol Weaver Kirkpatrick., Donna Whitney, lowing the meeting. I Sausage Mild, ,Ib. < TOME

The membership pins will be Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton I 1
presented by Mrs. Allen Reyn attended the "Scouters Na MAXWELL HOUSE HERSHEY'S
olds. Usherettes will be mem tional Banquet" in Orlando last
bers of the Brownie Troop 702. Saturday evening. Rev. Stantonis .
Serving will be Donna Kaufman, the institutional representative
Angela Littlefield, Peggy Reynolds of Boy Scout Troop No. 495. COFFEE SUGAR
and Joyce Whitney. I The Stantons then' spent the
Serving as leader and assist. remainder of the weekend visit
ant leader for the Cadet troopare ing in Maitland with Mrs. Stan-
Mrs. Kenneth Whitney and ton's brother and sister In law, 1 Lb. < Lb. ?
Mrs.. Frank Dodimead. Junior Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smalley, and 49
leader:t : and assistant arc Mrs with a former college friend in
George Robbles and Mrs. Walter KIssimmee. Can Bag.
Bums "
1 I
\ Flagler Beach PTA members Limit one with $5.00 or more food order" Limit one with $5.00 or more,food order
Recent guests of Rev. and Mrs. attending the study course on 1
Reynold Hoover were Rev. and I mental health in Palatka last
Mrs. Kenneth Yeoman of Chi' Tuesday were Mrs. Bob Whitney, 2 / Can Shurfine Whole 2% Can Sweet Treet Sliced

cago, Illinois. Mrs Haineft Bill and Tidwell Mrs. ,Bernie Mrs. Wilson.Vernon \ Each. 29* PINEAPPLE! 3 For $,00

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berg of Dr. Edward Flemming, who Is' Apricots .
Nora, Ill, arrived here last week a representative of the State
and have rented a place on Health Dept. in Jacksonville, .
I I Central Ave. for the winter. was the guest speaker. Kraft's Everfresh Dinner

l'' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waterman:I Johnson Memorial Interde. I''I MAYONNAISE Pkgs.

I from Grecnhurat, N. Y., arrived nominal Church Sunday school, 49 ROLLS 2 25
last week for a visit with their I on North AlA, meets each Sunday
son and family, Mr. and Mrs.I morning at 10 o'clock. Worship .
:. Les,Waterman and sons John, services are held each Sun 303 Delmonte Garden 303 Green Lima
Argo
Andy and Danny.METHODIST day evening at 7:30. Rev. Gerald F"

Combs is the pastor. All i PEAS 5 1" For 00
CHURCH
denominations are welcome. Bean 6 $1
Church school is at 9:45: A.M. The church had a covered I
'and worship hour is 11 o'clock dish supper at their community
with Rev. Reynold Hoover, mint'istet building January 15. Following Large Box-400 Ct. KLENEXTissues
The Junior choir will ren the supper, Mrs. Robert Oliver I Pkgs. $1 00 Regular or Vee-Form
der special music Sunday. exhibited pictures of a trip to 4
Members of the Womans So. Alaska. The pictures were enJoyed 00
clety >of Christian Service have by all.TURKISH Mutest $1
been busy
all week making I I
preparations for their annual I I COUNTY FAIR FROZEN FOODS '
smorgasbord, February 7. Tickets The Turkish equivalent of a
will be on sale soon. county fair is the Jctncrfer. the 24 Oz. Winter Garden Fruit FRESH .PRODUCE.
Several members of the Men's National Geographic Magazinesays. FIr
Club are traveling to DeBarry Like its American counterpart PIES 3 $1 Yellow Cooking
tonight to attend the districtmen's the Turkish fair features

meeting horse races, livestock auctions, Limit Three Please' "'.
and soft drink vendors. Onions 3 19

8 Oz. Winter Garden
Friends will regret to hear NEVER SLEEPING MACKEREL
q
that Mrs. Emma Wallace passed Atlantic mackerel swim 24 <;:
away last week, at her homeIn hours a day, never pausing to PIES I 2F"35
Toronto, Canada. She was rest. Otherwise the fish would rrit .
the wife of Robert J. Wallaceand smother, for they require a constant Chicken:-Beef Turk y ,
they have wintered in strong flow of water over Limit 6 Please CarrotsCello 1 0 Y
Flagler Beach 'many years and their gills to supply sufficient
own a home on Flagler Avenue. oxygen to their blood. 10 Oz. Birdseye Garden -

.11....................................-...........k.......................-....-....-..-........ For AAfc New Crop Ga- Red

FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT PEA L 39 POTATOES 2Ltb. 25

AMBULANCE Limit Six Pleat


SERVICE PHONE. VAlley 4 1625ST. \ftAWwywvvvvvwvvwvvvvEXTRA- .rw--.tf.------- ......,.....'Y..w.rvvvSO ''t v......,.........tf.-NJ'r"J'J

Nrrer be hesitant about calling a AUGUSTINE Garcia Ambu FLORIDA ance.: W. SO FREE 50 FREE 50 !50 EXTRA SOS

are always at your service with promptness safety and S & H GREEN STAMPS I:- S & H GREEN STAMPS :| & H GREEN STAMPS

expe ienee. With this coupon and : : With this coupon and
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator Your Purchase of $5.00or : Y fUnlhif COupon of 1 and :Your Purchase of 2 Lbs.
More Food Order, ctn. Everfre.h Twin pkg. Nuts| of Your Choice, Eng-
Garcia Funeral Home Cigarette Excluded Potato Chips Pack : lish Walnuts, Almonds,

I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Coupon Expire : Coupon Expire. : Mixed Nuts or Pecans
Saturday, Jan. 25, 1964 : Saturday, Jan. 25 : Coupon Expires
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Thursday, January 23, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUN E1J... FLOKIUA PAGE FIVE


WORTHY MATRON

I atteA4 WILL SOON VISIT

LOCAL CHAPTERThe
I
RICHARD LAMAR UNGOLD Worthy Grand Matron
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Llngold Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove

are the parents of a son born Springs will make her official
January 17 at the Flagler Clinic visit to Bunnell Chapter No. 93 I

Recital Monday MRS. BERTHA and Hospital. He has been given Order of Eastern Star, Friday

: the name of Richard Lamar.He night. i'j
Evening at First i HOSTESS TO' is the grandson\. Mr. and II Mrs. Wanda Mercer, grand instructor !

Methodist Church 'I"COUNTRY CLUB : : Mrs. Otis Nipper of Bunnell. I for district 24, said ;
I there will be a banquet at 6:30:
Pupils of J. Donald Ruble
Mrs. Phyllis Bertha was hostess at the Bunnell Civic Center hon. !,
present a recital at the First I
to members of the Country I oring Mrs. Johns. This will be
Methodist Church Monday eve- TRAVIS CLELAND CONE I
I Club Monday evening at her !followed by a meeting of the!
ning at 730.: Mr. and Mrs. Gales Cone of
I home, BImini. chapter at 8 o'clock at the lodge ,
The following program will Holly Hill announce the arrivalof

be presented: I During a short business session a' son born January 15 at the room on members Bay StAll and visitors are
Katie McFarland "The Fox I Halifax Hospital In Daytona
plans for the Cabbage Ball
invited to attend. ,
Hunt, hunting song; Katherine were discussed. During the social Beach He weighed 8 pounds five Kay Swayze AFRICAN SPECIALIST . .
matron of the local
chapter
Harris, "The Dancer," Littoff; ounces and has been given the worthy Frank C. Montero has keen
hour Mrs. Bertha served a
and Shelton Brooks, worthy named by the United State UN
Minne Deen, "Off We Go," I name of Travis Cleland.
Stre-I refreshment
tempting course. patron, will be hosts to the delegation to head a new department
abbog; Elaine Tucker, 'Two He is the grandson of Travis which will help new
Guitars," Gypsy air; Rebecca I Present were Elissa Tilton, I Chambers and the great grandson grand matron. diplomat here adjust to living
Durrance, "Gertrude's Dream," Gertie Ramsey, Madge Johnston, I of Mrs. Maude Holland both la New York.
Beethoven; Molly Bertha Pat Cowart, Naomi ,of Bunnell. Mrs. Cone is the You can, tell when you are on
Mrs. Barbara Cody, "Tulip" by Pelllcer and Jeanette Bertha. former Miss June Chambers of he right road-It's upgrade. I

Lichner; Carla Tucker'Tales New members welcomed were Bunnell.
from the Vienna Woods," Lois Hlgginbotham and Mar .

Strauss; Becky Robertson, "En. garet Knight. Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners, ,

chanted Evening," Gettermeyer; CARLA SUE STRUM ALSOJabaly's ,
Elizabeth Clark "Marche
Hero
,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor
igue," Saint Saens (organ); Carla CARD OF THANKSI Byrum Jr., of Holly Hill an Rug Cleaners 'Y\f

and Elaine Tucker duet, "Ut- would like thank the doctor .
to
nounce the arrival of a five AND "
tie Tango," Ketterer; Greg Robertson and of the ,
Flagler
nurses pound 7H ounce daughter bornat
"Allegro from Sonata No. Clinic and Hospital and also my the Halifax Hospital January Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners ,
1, Mozart
friends who sent cards and visited 18. She has been given the name
Following the recital refresh. WALTON JOHNSTON AGENTID
my son and myself while we ,of Carla Sue.
ments will be served. were confined in the hospitaland Mrs. Byrum Is the former Miss 7-3575 BUNNELL

at home. I Sue Cobb, daughter of Mr. and SERVING, FLAGLER 'COUNTY
ROYAL NEIGHBORS
Mrs. Rufus Miller. Mrs. H. C, Cobb of Espanola.
TO MEET MONDAYThe
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home Monday Royal of evening Mrs.Neighbors Eugenia at 7:30 will at Allen.meet the I For Florida vegetable growers. .


All members are urged to at. :
'
tend this meeting I I I


Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Wells are Mr. and Mrs. N. A. ; a 0

Conner of Baxley, Ga. Mrs. Wells kitA : *
and Mrs. Conner are sisters. : 4h : N


Russell Smith, five-year-old .. ..
son of Mr..and Mrs. C. f. Smith, \
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has returned to his home here & New maneb formulation contains ZINC

after undergoing eye surgery in

Jacksonville Tuesday of last J .
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week. lie Is recuperating at the

Road.home of his parents, on Deen T. 11MAND -



Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. ,G. "........_.'""* MAN GO
Bradley during the past week. Y.
end were Mr. Bradley's brother, control..
W. B. Bradley and his daugh. ;! for better disease.

ter, Leona, of Branford. and other crops !

on potatoes
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House guest.of Mr. and Mrs.
r _
Andy Yelvington this week is
Mrs. Henry Gilbert Anderson of

Reldsville, Georgia. Mrs. Anderson -
Is Mrs. Yelvington's aunt.Mr. :4i
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and Mrs. George Schlossar

of Grayslake, 111., are spendingsome r
time here. They are cousins .
of Mrs. Jessie Way and have
spent several winters here.
_ _

Miss Gloria McArn of Jack.
sonville is spending some time ,

here with her grandmother, Mrs.


Daisy Story Buckles.telling is a highly developed Manzate D offers these advantages:,; t tt.,

skill In Moslem countries
where religion forbids the

portrayal of human and animal .} .

lickenesses, in art. Controls many diseases on a variSafe to use when applied at short "

AIico Aluminum Siding ety of crops. intervals according to directions.

with Dupont "TEDLAR"Not < '
A Paint Carries safely through rainy a Won't clog spray nozzles..and
crops
> Contact small particles make better contact ''
Vernon A. Raymond .W and humid infection periods.,* .1
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439-2214 Flagler 1 Beach with disease organisms. t ,

> ., May be used with many of the, Easy-to-use wet able powder ,: ,

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MILLER ':\commonly-used pesticides. JI .: mixes easily

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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 23, 1964
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Keep Watering Wild Swan Picks I Great Salt Lake Time To Plant spider lilies, blood lilies, PhUlpplf1e' -

lily, atamasco lily, cmums,

Lawns in WinterKeep Florida to Winter I Pickles Swimmers Various LiliesNow rla montbrettes, blue lilies, freesias of the, alstrome-Nile and


watering your lawns Strange visitors sometime fly Dismays Divers is the time to plant your caladiums.Oh .

through the winter dormant to Florida, especially during the calla lilies, Easter lilies, Dutch

period. A University of Floridalawn winter months The latest of A lead weight is the ideal life I iris and amaryllis bulbs for yes, we can grow tulips
here too. The bulbs
expert says It Is much less these feathered tourists is a wild preserver in the Great Salt Lake spring color. require
I storage at 40 degrees for 60
days
expensive to water a lawn regu swan spending the winter on f of Utah. Dr. Tom Sheehan, associate

larly during the winter than to Lake Seminole in the Apalachee I It Is impossible to sink in the I ornamental horticulturist with prior to planting, however. You'll
have to the bulbs
have to replant part of It In the Wildlife Management Area, located lake, but the buoyant waters Florida Agricultural Experiment replace every

spring. In Jackson County. tends to lift a swimmer's feet Stations, says that in general year.

pr. G. C. Horn, associate turf According to Wayne Murray, higher than his head. Theo. most bulbs> (true bulbs, corms, --. -.

that wildlife biologist, of the Game retically, a man could drown tubers and rhizomes) thrive 'Ina
technologist, emphasizes ,
winter lawn watering Is ex and Fresh Water Fish Commls while bobbing, head down, like well drained soil and sunny PETERSON TEXACO

slon, the swan is presumed to a cork. Solution: a weight tied location. SERVICE
tremely Important"Most
water their grass be a whistling swan. However, I to his ankles to keep him upright I: Fertilize the bulbs with a low ROAD SERVICE

adequately people when It Is green, because due to the wariness of the birdit i nitrate analysis fertilizer suchas Light Mechanical Work

readily shows has been Impossible to es The Interior Department an 3-9-9 or a 4.12.12, he explains. Phone' <437.3441< Bunnell
green grass
tablish true Identity.The pounced recently that it favors 1%
wilting when deprived of moisture Usually pounds of 3.9.9 per

he says.: "However, when bird is gray in color and establishment of a' national 100 square feet worked into the IN TEll CIRCUIT COURT OF
,
very large with an estimated monument at the bizarre lake. soil prior to planting followedby FLAGLKU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
brown from frost ,
the grass Is IN CIIANCF.riY NO. 4810
show sign of weight of 20 pounds and a wing. The monument area would In. two to three side dressingsof FLOSSIE POPE
it does not any Plaintiff
span of over six feet. The visitor clude not the entire lake but
needing 'water. Nevertheless, If the same material during the VII.

the soil dries out the grass will is a Juvenile or sub adult part of a large island and its growing season will be sufficient VINCENT TOPEDefendant

and will not attain its snow waters the National TO DEFEND
die." adjacent High nitrate fertilizers will NOTICE
plumage until two years old. Geographic Society repo$. produce excellent vegetation but THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
It's true that grass requiresless of wild VINCENT POPE
There two
are species Direr Broke Neck result in poor bulb growth and Route 3, Box 379
water In the winter when swans in America, the whistlingswan Clinton North Carolina
dormant than during the Eight times saltier than the flowers. You are hereby notified that a
it Is. and the much rarer and suit has been filed against you in
warm months when It's actively nearly extinct trumpeter swan. ocean, Great Salt Lake's wateris Calla lilies are an exceptionto the above entitled cause; and you

However Dr. Horn re remarkably dense. A swim. I. these cultural recommenda are hereby required to rl this our answer
growing. Swans are the fastest flying and with. the Clerk Court,
minds us that winter is normally swimming birds of all North mer who ignored warning signs tions. Callas will perform best and to verve a copy thereof uponthe

the driest part of the yearin American waterfowl. Flight suffered a broken neck when he in a soil high in organic matter whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff's address rforner.

Florida. During the colder speed has been estimated at 100 dived from a pier Into the and retentive of moisture. In Selden RAY SELDEN Building

months; the air is usually dry miles per hour. Swans breed in mineral-laden water other words, they like a soil that later Daytona than February Beach. Floridanot 17th. A. D.

and during windy spells the soil the frozen north around the Despite hazards, bathing in is moist but not soggy. 1964.

dries out very rapidly. It re Arctic Circle and rarely winteras brine is peculiarly Invigorating. Other bulbs which the Florida confesao If you fall will to be do entered so, decree against pro

quires only a few windy daysto far south as Florida. Fitz Hugh Ludlow,' a 19th-cen-, grower should not overlook In. till for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature.in the of

dry out the top six or eight both tury journalist, was one of the elude ismene or Peruvian daffodil said suit being for divorce.

inches of soil. Since most of :; State Swans and are Federal protected law.by first people to extol the Great gladiolus, glorlosa lily, said WITNESS Court this my 14th hand day and of seal Janu of

the roots of grass are in the top I Salt Lake: ary A. D. 1964.
NOTICE (Official Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE
four to six inches,,the lawn will usually very hard on new "It..gave me a tonic sensation The Hoard of I'ublle Instruction Clerk of said Circuit Court
I wll) receive bids at their By Julia R. Harvey.
be killed if this shallow root growth. meeting
like a brisk shower bath. to be held on February 4, 1964, Deputy Clerk
zone is allowed to dry outDo Repeated warm spells with al. I. . felt a pleasant pungent at 9:00: A. H. for the following Jan. U-23-30 & Feb. 6-4tcIV
scribed property:
riot fertilize your lawn un ternate freezes account for sense. of being In.pickle, suchas One (1) acre of land more or less TILE CIRCUIT COURT OFKIAciKll
of frost is Fer dead lawns in the northern part located In the Northeast (NE) corner (;OUNTJo'LOIUUA
til danger over. a self conscious gherkin of the Northeast quarter I IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4811

tilizer will encourage the lawnto of central Florida and even might experience In Crosses & NKU) of the Northeast quarter WILLIAM TIERNEYPlaintiff
NEK) of Section 31, Township 12, !
grow anytime the weather more in the western part of our l lackwell's aristocratic bath of Range 29 Ka t. VI.

warms up. Late freezes are state. condiments." AND) .. MARY COSTELLO TIERNEY
*>ne ( wood frame Defendant
INLAN1) i The exilaratlon can be dampened school Mldrnn-Irco. d at Hoy. I NOTICE TO DKKKND;
FLOIUUA NAVIGATION DISTRICT Bids cannot be lea than the ap THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT DECEMBER 31, 1063 I however, if a swimmer praised value. MARY COSTELLO TIERNEY'
Bids must be clearly marked as 267 Castleton Avenue
ASSETM I opens his eyes or mouth under. "Bids New New York
Cash In Banks ......_......-.. ............."......."........._...-........, 11.110.80 The on Board School Property the You are Brighton hereby notified that a
Ijnnda owned in tee ......... ................._............._.....".......... .12.08 I water. The salt burns like acid. reject reserves bide right to suit has been filed against you In
omoe Furniture A' E9ullpment ........._......................._..................... 8,ZU.OO Besides sodium chloride, or any y rotJ the above entitled cause: and you
'etty Cash -.......-.-..' ..............y............ ..............................,............-._ 111.00 FTUCKER.Chairman. are hereby required answer
ktoor'hr.o'
S common salt, Jhe water contains ATTEST. : with. the Court,
,. ...UOUOUI.M sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate Z. H. HOLLAND, k and to serve ,a copy thereof upon
iuperlntendenf'Jan theplaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
1.I.UJlI.ITII'II! and chlorides of calcium, 23-SO-2tc whose name and address Is:

Surplus '............-................................................................,............."...-....MOMOS.IC magnesium, and potassium. Almost RAY SELDEN
iIICEII'TMI IUU'JoI4T:! KOH Mill' Selden Building
Cash In Banks January 1, 19(3 ......,............_........... ........................$ 69.1,44Itreelved . 27 per cent of (the water Sealed bids will be received In Daytona Beach Floridanot
the office of the City Clerk of the later than February 17th A. D.

Tax Redemptions 4 rln* the yean....... .........,.:.....I 5.90 \ content Is minerals, and several City of Ilunnell. Florida. In the 1964.
I ... .. .. ... tore 12:00: o'clock noon on the 3rd confenso will be entered agaln.tyou
of MSA 615/ .. .. .. .. ..... 18.750.00 in
for the
Hale of Part Utour 10ppr'...i....i"...'..'..."... 10,000.00 \ I chemicals. Chemists believe day furnishing of February.materials A.I.nd>. labor 1964. for for bill> of complaint.relief demanded The nature the of
Reimbursement for of various Great Salt Lake is of theNation's
MSA's ...............................-...........m.. MSO.OO one Moody paving Blvdaetooffoldenreltarkfway said WITNESS suit being hand for divorce.and seal of
Hale of MSA'. 501 601-A, 503 A 803-A 12,000.00Jtetund richest potential sourcesof , said my
around the Civic Center Court this 14th day of Janu
building
....
. 69.74
Bond Premium ,
on Surety magnesium. and the street circling Lake Lu- cry A. )). 1964.OtflcIalClerkof.
Reimbursement for, extra pumpingcosta
............... clue and that portion extending ( said 8MYTHE
etc. Re: CSA D-411 4,700.00 y The brine is so heavy that In. Into U. S. asphalt with Circuit Court

Reimbursement MSA's Ilroward Expenses County .).t_..:....various....._...... 1,11100 coming fresh water (!three major : a The minimum paving oihlckta Is of one Inch. By Julia It. Harvey Deputy Clerk

Reimbursement Duval County of.....Costs....-........Re.....:....AlBA_._..??111..._ 1,280.00: '' streams feed the lake) floats I t:4tJlV cleaning to of Include portions tack to Jan. 16.!3.10 & -Feb. -It---4tc-
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Sale of Atlase. ......................................... 14.00 t 84.661.64 on the surface for miles before I equal to the All minimum materiaii specification to be IN! TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Tout Cash Janury 1, 19(3 and Received during year _...M.v.pa1164,1/6.01' gradually sinking. I required p for the materials State toad used Department In- : PLAUI.KR IN rilANCKHY COUNTY NO., 4K07 FLORIDA

UlftllUltMHMICNTill Oince Furniture A Fixtures ..................$\. 489.61 3 ._'M1Administrative In winter, the fresh sheets of i constructing bid 'Is to be' secondary submitted road.on The THOMAS LEROY SNYDER Plaintiff
a
water sometimes freeze and I per
ton .IItO a complete job /'
..... Elizabeth
NIIIW.
Hurety BoneS Premiums ................._...-.| 173.75 buffeting winds pile up icebergs the The i 'City Commissioners reserve I heresa Agnes Defendant
Commissioners' per Dtejn .......... 7,330.00Commissioners' o reject any and all bids
: Mileage ...: :::::.,??..??...*, 1,607.(8, 30 feet high and 100 feet wide. bidding.waive any informalities In 'HE STATE NOTICE OF TO DEFEND
mplo Salaries ..........._.................... 3.605.00 The huge Ice chunks once menaced Theresa. Elisabeth FLORIDA TO:
Oinc Rent .....-...... ................_.......... 1,060.00 \VJTNE q day of January mclalmi I 407 William' Street Agnes Snyder
Hate Deposit Box Itent.....__................ 11.60 not navigation, but railroad t thl. 21 t A. D. I Bound Brook. New Jersey
Stationery, Printing A Supplies ...._.... 108.50 You

trains that crossed Howell are hereby notified that
.. .. ........ .. 61.16Telephone an arm V. Peavy. : &
; r and Telegraph :::::::::-::::::..:.: 846.46: of the lake on a wooden trestle. ATTEST City of Bunn 11. Florida 'the suit above has been entitled filed against you In

-11.teUaneou. ....._..._..........................-..... 238.73 M4.934.I8 Nancy Rodgers are hereby required cause to ; and you
The trestle has been replacedby ? City Clerk this our an
January i ewer with the Clerk of Court
Legal Rs**.... solid dike. and to serve thereof
......... ........ a a copy upon
Attorney's Salary ......... .... 10000.00 the plaintiff or plaintiffs
......_ 10..1' of Sea attorney,
Stationery, Printing A Supplies Remnant whose name and address Is:
. .. . $0.00Telephone I
RAY
A- Telegraph\ :::::::.:.= 61.6: $ Great Salt Lake's 1,500 square Community 8ELDEN8elden Building
.... ....... 448.10
Travel Expense :: ::::::::=:: : miles are the remnant of Lake than Februarrrl8th
Legal Advertl.enlents\ ..:: :: : 611.7$ not later .
X D.
Legal Fees ...,............._.._._... 1.011.11 UC,21C.14 Bonneville, the huge Inland sea Memorial Church ,,1IU.

naliM-erUir A rrOeneral .......-... ..'. which once covered most of ........*.... .Ml confeaso If' you fall will to be do entered so. decree against p're

Managers -$1,100.00Manager's .y western Utah and parts of Idaho your for the relief demanded tD the
Secretary'. lta2ar.v! ,'_ C.ln.oo AIR CONDITIONED bi" of complaint. The nature
Extra Office Help .. .. ...... and Nevada. Receding glaciers said suit being for divorce. of
Maps, Prints A Supplies ....::. ._.:.::: 1.IUn: Daytona A**. WITNESS my hand and seal
Telephone A Telegraph _.......__-.._.. .ct.U of the Ice Age left a lake 350 said ACo.urt.h'. 7th day of Janu of.
Travel Expense: ...................__..__ 1,01'1 miles long 150 miles wide, and FLAGLER BEACH cry !.
Office Expense A Postage _-_..__ Ul.1T (Omelal Seal) E. X 8MTTHE
omce & Equipment: Rent A I1lectrlo about 1,000 feet deep. A sub- Sunday School 10:00 A.K Clerk tJr said Circuit Court

Service ......... 1,1 UI: statntlal portion of the lake Church Service 11:00 A. M. By Julia It Harvey
Miscellaneous ::::::::::::::====== : Clerk
Equipment Repairs n.n drained through a breach In the Jan. 94143.304teDeputy
It.
Due & Subscription ....._.__....-. 201.10' $23,413.46 ,,: '. W. DICICBRT Paster
". natural basin holding It. KVKItYOXB WKLCOBtK

ItlaM .t Way K..e...: As the present lake has no
lumping Cost vicinity of ,. ltbr
Inlet Broward County ?.., ,lflloboro$1/, .000,00 outlet, it loses water only by 1JIIglrr ftrtbunrBCX1VKLL 1
Cost for Staking' Certain C8A' In Del
ray to Oakland Park project .......... UO/t evaporation. The percentage of FLORIDA
Staking West H/W lntracoaatal Waterwar. 71.00 salts has steadily Increased Today HASTINGS MATTRESS

Dike Work. Hollywood.. =:::::--:===r- t,4 0.00 at low water the lake is & UPHOLSTRY WORKS ,
Costs. It aOakl Park to MRS H. U. FULLER. Editor
Pumping Port Everglades .,:.1011> - .....y.r..' 10,400.00 saltier than the Dead Sea. Its 710.12 Lemon St.
I
Pumping on lUulover Costs.Beach Ro: Deposit__.of-_Spoil-._-. TOO.OO average depth is only 13 feet. Palatka. Florida ........t.. 0..1.1 ..'..n....

Recording Fee ......_...._..-...-..--.. 419.70 Though Great Salt Lake oftenIs Phone EA 5-9166
Certificates & Report on Title ._._ nusAppraleal fee rklle Hetteee efC F1agier
1700.00 114.4:3.63 called "dead.1 several forms FunUru-% Upholstering
Expense '''-'--'-' ..My, M.Blel>lltle. tkreU
of larvae and algae and .a tiny Rtpcdi4 & H'flnl h xlMottmstt
MI.'II....... cad the State .f FUHta
Expense of State Auditor .._._.._.3 44383 shrimp thrive in its briny wa & Box Spttngsbade
Henry Holland Buckman _.__ ..In." vc Order Also Renovated
ters. A commercial fishery seines'
_.. "1.U
Title Insurance MI L Call Laura Morris 4373233 Entered aj second class
\ matter
...' Non-Owner
Liability and Ilmplo shrimp to grind up as food for
ship Insurance 1't>lIclu. General I After S:OO P. K. February,1113.1 the postofflc
Manager'. Ottlce IC." 8.007.16 aquarium fish. 'I
T PRICES REASONABLE. at BunMlU Florida, under act of
Dlpbur.ement..jP .. 'USUI :
. BUDGET PLAN
Total *<* -- - IF NEEDED. March a. 1ITL
Cash In Banks December 31, 1961 i I6.T80.84 The two performing pilot. Just as Dear as your

This Statement has been prepared In accordance with provolone of whales at Marlneland of Florida..1 Phone or Post Office I
14733. Laws of Florida, 1931. Detail of account with sup- Us OM year ._tU'
porting vouchers are on lie In the omce of the Treasurer.O. eat a total of 18. SO pounds of" Drop A Card or Call
F. ALFORD.Treasurer. squid each year. Free Pidoup & Delivery I Six moat/. --II.JIPAGE



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Each Size) Canada Dry Drinks< LUZIANNE TEA Order
FRENCH.FRIES ge Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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i PAGE EIGHT I TkllT RI'" r '' I JrJORJDA Thursday, January 28, 1964

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(; )I;, THE BOOK NOOK Japanese Greet I. ed as symbols of long life. I is up. In the old days, men un- I I poems and proverbs with new- x;

Some say the noodle-eating j, able to meet their obligations brushes as a way of praying for r
\1 TREASURE OF ACAPULCO New Year With custom WM .started W merchant by New Year's Day were known I I beautiful penmanship an especially .

(By Dorothy WItton) who were too busy collecting I to commit suidde. esteemed art.
\
Sake Dreams bills on December 31 to prepare I At the stroke of midnight, The night of January 2 is Important .
I Have you ever read an ex. ,( and anything m&re than this bells are tolled 108 times in because dreams then

?/ citing book?, Well), this Is the: Japanese greet the new: year simple dish.7apanese Buddhist shrines to drive away supposedly fortell one's prospects .

, book tor you If you have never with buckwheat noodles. They traditionally to the 108 evil human passions.The for the year. Many people

I :, read one. drink sake, write poetry, exchange pay all debts before the year I devout begin pilgrimages. place pictures of treasure ships

; Tony Castillo lives In AcapuI.1 gifts and pay bills to Everyone tries to rise early the under their pillows to encourage

t'" co, a seacoast town, next
celebrate.It -- morning to see sunrise. auspicious images. Those who
I : has many adventures. He goes I all adds up to Japan's I t Ceremonial Sake Served dream of Fuji, Japan's sacred

fishing, diving and treasure most festive season of the year, .
8 'W The first meal of the new year mountain are considered particularly
hunting to raise some money for I
resembling Western holidays in
is ceremonial lucky.
preceded by a ,\
IlwTIrri
> yacht. and some respects, the National Geographic round of a special sweet sake, Qn the night of January 14,
to the library
; Come up Society says. thought to assure good health. pine.tree decorations are gathered .,
check out this book. Don't miss In December, a steady thumpIng -
I. The menu Includes rice cakes, from houses and burnedIn
It. villages and towns heralds moo 0 roasted lotus huge bonfires.
chesnuts, roots, Spectators sing
I i .By Library Assistant the celebration as women pound carp, and seaweed. Yellow chrysanthemum I songs, toast rice cakes, and tell
1 Robert Hoskins. rice paste into thin, round cakes, I
.' t petals are served asa fortunes. When the fires die

.,\.Ii'The" Venture. of the Tunderblrd" or mochi. The cakes are eaten ITEM: Be sure to select a quality i salad, but this item Is more I down, the new year's season Is
the the
throughout holidays; enamel decorative than over.
when painting gastronomic.
your ;
(Charlotte Baker) altars or tied to willow branchesas bathroom. Walls and ceiling of the I The first three days of the new I
As the clock struck twelve on offerings. bathroom must be able "'-'
to rc' year are national holidays. POWERFUL SWISS PLOWS
the last night of the eighteenth great amounts of moisture. C I
Soot-sweeping Day
Stores are closed, and big cities Powerful Swiss plows cut
# century, an unexpected visitor ty enamel made by a
Housewives give their homesa repu
j manufacturer look like ghost towns. Dressed trenches 35 feet deep and hundreds .
arrived at the Lacey estate In will have exceL
vigorous holiday cleaning on .in their best clothes families of feet long In Antarcticsnow.
Virginia. The arrival of this hiding power, long life and ccloi ,
December 13 deemed
I visitor Captain John a day aus. retention, and will be able to pay courtesy calls on friends The machine can dig a
1 -4 midnight the lives of icious for susuharoL or soot withstand constant scrubbing. and relatives. In the holiday 300.foot.long gash 9 feet wide
changed
Audley,
I sweeping. r glow, enemies become friendsat and 4 feet deep in less than an
two boys-Roy and Jerry Lacey. Toward the end of December, ITEM: U there Is much snow least for the season. hour. Trenches are roofte. with
took these two boys
This man the season takes on an occidental this winter, snow mold will occur January 2'is the day for kokl- steel arches and covered with

.i Into an adventure which led tinge. Houses are deco- in fine lawns and turfs where the some, a ritual In calligraphy. snow to protect underground fa
them halfway around the world, disease has been
rated with pine boughs. Friends a problem. Damage
Men .
cilities.NCWTASHIONS
women, and children write
and nearly cost them their lives. exchange neatly wrapped gifts, can be reduced.b"Dot.pitmg.-1: ,
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This unknown Journey had to and businessmen give presentsto snow oar the treating

be made If they were to save customers. Train stations areas with chemicals.
are
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and clear their dead
their home crowded with travelers bound '* "*' **.
father's name. for hot springs and mountain ITEM: Perfume and fabricsdon't : The fire insurance policiesvttvnlto still give the soma,
The cast of characters is varied resorts. mix. Perfume applied di. dependable protection. But today you can Triton enjoy additional .
rectly to clothing results in
and picturesque an African dye coverage benefits-Home Owner's PoUcy.at"ftIY
;
Even office parties have made rings, color removal, permanent
witch in Brazil; the savage Chief their way into Japan. Called aWns, and a disagreeable odor little extra costRemember (
Tom-Tom and his people of the aging in the fabric. r
bonenkoi they precede the last upon Apply
H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
northwest coast; Hypollte, the perfume where it doesn't touch
day of work-December 28 for
clothing. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
faithful cabin boy of the Thun.
most government employeesand In for full details;
., . or stop soon
derblrd; Benjamin, the runaway office workers.

slave; and Chlng, the Chinese On New Year's Eve families ITEM: Experts say a person H. T. COOK AGENCY

exile,, gather toeat, customary holiday deep, best in a space 39 inc"r"-a' Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building. BunnelL Flo.CHEVELLElby .
vr.Je and at least 6 inches k+
of the "Thunder-
The Venture
fare, buckwheat noodles regard. than he is.
bird" stems from a time-honored
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oped tale of action, suspense,
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for all Library lovers of Assistant sheer adventure Chevrolet


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Books Are My DishBy One of the things you'll I.like best about it is 11 models I to choose from.


Dorothy Heinous) MALIBU S.S. SERIES MALIBU ,SERIESChevel1e' 300 SERIES

Among books given recentlyto
Library These two Super Sport models are .middle- f-the-line. series,the Chevelle's moat economical series-
Woman's Club
the
Flagler Chevelle'i finest. Front bucket seats, Malibu, retains many features foundin but don't let its gentle price tag fool
are Harold Robbln's THE door-to-door carpeting and an all. the two Super Sport models. Like you. The 300 has all Chevrolet's traditional

CARPETBAGGERS. It is a hard. F vinyl interior in seven colors A wide all Chevelles, it's a good foot shorter value and reliability. Full

hitting best seller about' the choice of transmissions and extra-cost than big cars, making it easy to park Coil suspension. Body by Fisher.
tough characters who take overa high-performance engines Plus a and handle.Yet inside surprisingly Flush-and-dry rocker panels. Your

land after the fighting Is over. whole host of other options. spacious and comfortable. Chevy dealer will tell you all the rest.
Another dlstrubing book is

David Wagoner's ROCK. Another
... t"
angry young' man book, only vAi
this' time it is an American. _--7 F "V ,

Unfortunately, while the writeris "', ,.'
obviously sympathetic about

these boys with their long rfo +
hair and switchblades, he leaves SUPER SPORT CONVERTIBLE SPOATCOUPL R DOOR SEDAN

the! reader with the same feelOng I

as that coming upon a lot I ,_ ._?

of empty Coke bottles and beer j4000a

cans on an empty beach gives rr.cONVansu .

you. Also, If you recall the past,

many of the most famous people .y

in it had, far less than these

boys had when they started out SUPCR SPORT COUrC SEDAN

and they did not even have cars, ....
much' less a hot rod. Still, you "

can learn a lot from this book

about Juvenile delinquents. I

Henri Catalan's SOEUR AN. I

GELE AND THE TMMATTLED.

LADIES Is a charming murder S 4 DOOR SEDAN
mystery about a Nun who turns 4-DOOR "PASSENCU STATION WAGON

detective. FATE IS TIlE HUNTER -

In autobiography of en 1

airplane pilot by Ernest G. Gann,
I was on the New York Times bestseller
l lI lI 4'DooR 4PASSENGERIATION
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for six months. WAGON
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