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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 20, 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. 7 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB 20, 1964 2.50( A Y
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Senior Citizens i 1,MILS GLADYS DfcEN Legion Post To TAX ASSESSOR I Sponsors Say

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HOME MOODY RETURNS
RETURNS

Will Consider II'FROM HOSPITAL Sponsor Clinic FROM HOSPITALTax Country Club

Name ChangeEqualling I Mrs Gladys Deen has returned For GlaucomaAt Assessor D. D Moody has II Plans Progress

to her home here after receiving returned to his home here after ..
the previous high! medical treatment at the the Monday evening meet. undergoing'f surgery at the Putnam I Regional representative of the

attendance record, 63 persons J. Hlllis Miller Medical CenterIn of Flagler Post 115, The American Memorial Hospital In Pa. Farms Home Administration of

were on hand for the Flagler Gainesville the past month. Legion the 'group agreed to latka. Sanford, met here with the of.

Senior Citizens Club supper I Mrs. Deen Is the Supervisor of I sponsor a countywide clinic for After recuperating at his home Acers of the proposed Flagler
meeting held Tuesday evening, Registration for Flagler County detection of glaucoma, an eye over the past weekend he Is in County Coutry Club Wednesdaynoon
February 18, at the Flagler I and after a few days recuperation disease that if not treated in his office on a part time basis, to receive a progress re
Beach Recreation Center. There I at her home she will be time, will bring blindness.! The but states he Is feeling fine. I port of the project.
return to her office at post will use facilities of a mo
were 15 first-tlmers present. able to I Mr. McGough said progress
bile unit in in
now operation
The club voted to consider a the courthouse. Volusla Wildlife Meet made by the local committeewas
I books will be county
The registration
adults progressing very good and
change in name to attract
No date has been set becauseIt
interested in attending but who I open for registration during At CourthouseNext was very encouraging; lie saidas
is not known when the
mobile
before
closing' 30 days
had considered themselves In. March, soon as the committee has
unit will be available. It
not I the May primaries. acquired the necessary member.
were
eHfi!Mr because they
was stressed that the test will Thursday
retired or were not in the senior ship, preliminary report, and
all It
free that
be to
citizen 'age bracket. A commit. Bunnell Band's I persons; Wildlife Officer H. W. Hold- the option for the site, he will
will require but a few minutes,
tee 'c nslstlng of Mrs. Kay t ridge said today all Interested I be able to accept and forwardto
and that it Is painless-not even
Swayze, Mrs. Lucy Fuelling and Winter Concert disco mfortable. persons In the county are invited the application for approvalof
Walter Creal was appointed by to attend a meeting in the loan. lie also stated it
The post was to have votedon
Club Chairman Rev. E. Lester I the Commissioners Room at the would take about two weeks to.
Thursday EveningBunnell a change In meeting dates,
Stanton, to submit a list of proposed Courthouse on Thursday eve obtain this approval of the loan
but because of conflict with an.
club names to be voted I High School's "Big. other vterans organization, It ping, February 27, at 7:30.: The'after these requirements are met.
upon at a later meeting.Because gest Uttle Band In Dixie," pre. voted to action for meeting is set up for the purpose Vice President Floyd Collins
was postpone
of the municipal elec. :sents its annual Winter Concert arrive of getting Ideas for the and Tom Duncan said the membership *
30 days and try to at
tion to be held in Flagler Beach Thursday evening, February 20, an evening with less conflicting hunting season of 196465. drive Is progressing in
which will tie up the clubroomon ,in Flagler Gymnasium. meetings of other organiza The reason for this meeting an excellent manner. Initiationfees
the club's next regular meet. Featured on the program, will tions. Mr. Holdrldge said is that the for charter members only
ing date, March 3, the group .be the "Little Band" in several Game Commission is having its will be $55. Annual dues after
voted to meet one week later, numbers, followed by the Con. The post now meets each local meeting in DeLand March completion of the project will
Tuesday, March 10. The pro. cert Band performing its contest third Monday evenings in the 11 and "we should like to senda I be $100 for a family member
gram for this meeting will be numbers to be played at the Civic Center Building, and it committee to DeLand and be ship.
announced later.Senator I district contest in Jacksonville discussed briefly that the meet. represented as a group" After the charter membership
next month. ing day be changed to either the He also said they would like is filled there will be an In

I Three new numbers, Just pub. first or fourth Tuesday evenings. to reorganize the Hunting and crease in the Initiation fees.
Holland I lisped In the past few months, By vote of the members pres. Fishing Club in the county. They also said they have an
will also be presented. Miss ent $25 will be given to the recently Everyone Interested in hunt. easy payment plan for those

Day February 17 Sharon Townsend student conductor organized Flagler Scholarship Ing, fishing or outdoor cecrea- who wish to take advantage of
will direct the band in Foundation to assist qualified lion Is invited to attend themeeting It.The
Representatives of various seg. a number of her own,'hOOlini.aft and needy graduates oiBunneJk proposed facility will con.
ments of Florida" agriculture } a special feature, ''. toes 'U&.Jkhoo1!! continue t -- ,'' ,--- ..r-'fctga-. tain-:'a golf course Olympic size
have*announced that "."appre From Bulldog Stadium," writen their education. swimming and wading pool,
elation luncheon to honor Sena. and arranged by Walter ,Morris, Voted to observe the 46th anniversary Racing Funds to clubhouse, shuffleboard tennis,
tor Spessard L. Holland will be band director, will review the of the American Legion I badminton, archery and skeet
held on April 17. history making season of the with a dinner party to which Flagler CountyState range picnic area and marina.

It was stated that the lunch. Bunnell Bulldog's winning football Florida Department Command. Comptroller Ray E. Anyone wishing Informationor
eon will be Florida agriculture's Lamar Cannon will be Invited.
I i team, as a tribute to the er Creen has reported that checksfor application for membership
first 'united opportunity to ex I I team and Its coaches. Out of town guest of the post $32,000 from the race track may call George Moody, Jr., at
press appreciation to Senator The concert begins promptly was Ken Moyer of Orlando, can tax fund have been mailed to 4373661)) Floyd Collins at 439
Holland for so ably and dldate for Department Commander 2019 Tom Duncan at 439-2083.:
dlUgent'l I at 8 P. M. The public Is cor i each of the 67 counties. ; or
ly representing the I dially Invited to attend. next Legion year. Green said the payment last
The publicity committee In !I 1
year for the same month was New Cookbook
charge of arrangements will be:
r I Speech Contest LOWELL COBB IN a $29,000. The total payments to
Joffre C. David of the Florida I
Fruit & Vegetable Association, NAVAL TRAININGLowell counties thus far this year Is Goes on Sale
I'I $92,000, or $10,000 more than received
On Conservation
Art Hlgble of the Florida Cat. I D. Cobb, 19, son of R. L. by the counties for the
tlemen's Association, Tom Me- year's'eon.j(Cobb of Cobb's began his Friday Morning"Favorite
I The subject of this Corns same period last year.
Clane of the Florida Farm Bu.
basic training 20 at the from
January Flag.
nervation speech Is "The Development I I I Recipes
reau, and Robert W. Rutledgeof and Use of Our District Naval Training; 'Center, Great lor County Kitchens" Cookbook
Florida Citrus Mutual. Soil and Water Resources for Lakes. Ill, I BOBBY FRENCH I will be ready for sale after 11
Exact time and place of the The nine week training Includes at the-
today and Tomorrow, Tilman I STATIONED WITHNAVY" o'clock Friday morning
luncheon} and further details will Robinson, local conservation program naval orientation, history old Methodist Church building.
be announced at a later date. director, "as announced by and organization, seamanship, : IN JAPAN This, the second printing of

Raymon Tucker, chairman of the ordance and gunnery, militarydrill Robert II. French, chief communications the cookbook, Is a project of the
Adult Education Board of Supervisors, Flagler first aid and survival. I technician, USN Womans Society of Christian
Soil Conservation District" During the training recruits son of Mrs. Walter E. Knight of Service: of the First Methodist

Program BeginsAt Tucker says that the district receive tests and Interviews Bunnell, reported January 27 for I Church of Bunnell '
will again sponsor the contest which determine their future I duty with the U.S. Naval So. This Is the second printing of
Flagler Beach .1 and will award prizes for the assignment In the Navy. curity Group Activity at Kami I the cookbook and it will! con.
.1I I better speeches as follows: first Upon completing the program says, Japan. tarn all of the recipes in th<$
Adult Education program place winner $15; second 10, and they are assigned to service He reported there from the I first edition with about the
through the Daytona Beach third, $5. schools for technical<< training or U. S. Naval Communication same number of new recipesadded.
Junior College will begin an art Any high school student in to ships and stations for on-the- Station at Guam, Mariana Is- .
and crafts class at the Flagler grades seven through twelve, are Job training In a Navy rating lands. : This edition will bo availableIn

Beach Recreation Center, on Central eligible to enter the contest For specialty. Before entering the Navy in I a plastic hardback, three-ring
Ave.. Monday February 24. further details they may contact September 1913, French attended I binder with appropriate printingon
The class session begins at 1 o' their English teacher. LEGION AUXILIARY Bunnell High School. He Is the the front There will also bea

clock and runs to 3:55 P. M.. Speakers from Bunnell High CONTRIBUTES TO brother of Mrs. Tommy Durrance I number of copies ,In' a plastic

Mrs. Alberta Hencken of Daytona School have given a good ac SCHOLARSHIP FUND also of Bunnell. I cover with spiral binding' for
Beach will give Instructionin count of themselves In the past While Chief French Is In Japan those who prefer this type of
the art of aluminum tray engraving Last year Barbara Smythe placed The American Legion Auxiliary his wife, Betty and their binding.
and pine needle weav second In the area contest and voted at their meeting Monday children, Patty, Rlchy, and Steve The first printing of the cook.
ing.The in 1362 Mary Susan Brannam evening to contribute $15 to are located in California. They book was made about six years
registration! fro will be $2. was third. ... I the Flagler Scholarship Founda were with him while he was ago and proved to be so popular
This will include 14 lessons. t tlon. They also voted to contribute i stationed In Guam. the society did not have any

Other arts may be taken up In V. F. W. AUXILIARY $15 to the Department's copies left They had received
addition to those mentioned. CONTRIBUTES TO Crippled Children's Hospitals; Pst Nlesen and her roommate many requests' for the book, so

Every adult In Flagler County SCHOLARSHIP FUND $2 to the Department Scholarship Joyce Morris, students at Flor they decided on the second ;
is eligible to take the lessons, Fund; order poppies for ida State University, spent theweekend printing with the added recipes.
Mrs. Willis White said. The Ladles Auxiliary of the Poppy Day to be held In May here with Pat's parents, The book will be assembled
IV. F. W. Post 5213 reported they send $33 for the Girls State Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nlesea I at the church building Friday ,
WORLD DAY Of PRAYER sent a Christmas box to the registration. II I I morning and will be on sale aft.
DRAWS LARGE CROWD I Lake aty Veterans Hospital I They also decided to send In Porpoises, as a species of ma. :I er 11 o'clock. Anyone wishing I

Seventy-two persons, representing valued at $154,30 i the quota for comfort article to tine mammals, are highly Intelligent I a book may secure one there or '
six churches of the I Members voted to give $23 to the veterans hospitals. They also However, experience at I contact any committee member. I

county, attended the World Day the Flagler Scholarship Founda I discussed: plans for the Legion Marineland of Florida shows I I
of Prayer program at the First tion. They also selected Rabeth Birthday Party tobe held In that Individual porpoises like Washington is nearer to Moscow .

Methodist Church of Bunnell JItney to be sponsored In, the March. Also contributed $5 to people, vary In their ability to I r than to Buenos Aires Argentina .
Friday morning. Miss Bunrxll III Contest the hospital rehabilitation fund. learn. & A,






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wtfe not to be topped as they early spring meal and ground flower, ceteiia, Cl# rWDtt1emum! with finned soil. Cover the
went on to beat the Bulldogs cover of mulch, they not only I marigold, morning glory, rose. planting, If possible with wet
'SPOKIS I 65-51 and sweep the tournament. not wUl be slow to flower but maw nasturltUM; stsawflower, burlap or other material, to
,, Mike Cook with 17 points, Arnold will make only a lair effort to titbonte, verbena and the wish. hold hi the moisture and to pre. '

NOTES, Jones with 15, George :Milll- set color. I tone How' vent seeds from washing. Be
gan with 13, and Jim HIggin- Most of the annuals can be sure to remove the covering before .
(By Buzzy McKnlght) botham with 10 were four good After feeding all the plant, seeded directly Into the garden. the slants emerge.

BULLDOGS DROP reasons why Callahan won. Bunnell's then consider cutting of poinset- I Sow the seed thinly in shallow U you want to keep! annuals
VARSITY
tIa, Ixora, ligustrum, azalear,
12 trenches. A baking can for another
TOURNAMENT MATCH TO best efforts were pointsby power blooming month,
croton and viburnum. Place cutting
CALLAHAN BUT STILL ON TOP both Elbert Tucker and Jim with holes punched In the bottom keep the flowers picked. If
Brown and 10 by Butch Anderson. I beds in a shady spot, or and a three-foot stick attached plants go to seed, the blossom.
The St. Johns River Conference furnish shade for the project
I for a handle serves wellas ing period will be cut short.
was held in Calla- of of
tournament Cuttings many types ornamentals
a seed shaker. This home-
han last week, and the Bulldogs form heavy root systems .
back-
made gadget takes the
won their first two games on qi and most quickly In mixtures Subscribe lor The Flagler frlbun*
1 q fa 4 aching stoop out of seeding.
Thursday and Friday. that contain acid peat Experience j
Next, cover the seeds lightly $2.50 A Year In Advance
Callahan: also won two and Is the best teacher to' --
(By HOTrey Sharp)
faced the Bulldogs 6n Saturday, determine the best rooting medium I
winning 6551. This does not Most deciduous plants are as to use for different plants.
mean that Bunnell has lost out modest as humans. The first When choosing cuttings, remember 24 HourVVrecker
for the title. If they can win thing they do when: they awakeIn everything being equal, Service
one of their two remaining con. the spring Is to cover their rooting ease Increases the nearer
ference bouts, they will have limbs with leaves. Dogwood, the cutting Is taken to the root

secured the winner's trophy. redbud, peaches and plums anda system of the plant Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
The Bulldogs were rather lack. few ohers are exceptions. They Summer flowering bulbs
luster on Thursday but still beata prefer to put on a show of color ready for planting Include crln- MASSEY-FERGUSON

young Crescent City team 58- before dressing. urns, cannas, dahlias and aga- Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
49. Butch Anderson with 17
panthus. I I
Tucker with 15 Regardless of how plants be. : VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
points, Elbert Annual flowers which be
will find may
gin spring growth, '
and Harry Kuleskl with 12 were them hungry after a you long winter planted now Include aster,I I Owner Bunnell, Florida
the top Bunnell point makers, 'I
sleep. balsam, begonia, blue lace-I I
while Ronnie Harris's 17 points
paced the Rebels. I Excessive rains in January
Anderson, Tucker, and Kuleski I have washed away vital plant
were again running smoothlyon food. Therefore, plan to give all Insects ravaging your potato fields?
Friday as they each regis ornamentals an application of
tered 17 points to top Keystone fertilizer to carry them through
Heights 69.59, despite Jim Me- their first spring growth.
Murtry's 30 points. Lawns will need at lest 20 to

Callahan has been the biggest' I 30 pounds of balanced plantfood I

spur in Bunnell's side all year, I per 1,000 square yards to .
and on Saturday they really form a carpet of green. University
gave the Bulldogs some trouble. of Florida turf experts say \'f..
The first half contained a real l it's a good idea to apply some .
neck-and-neck battle with Cal. [organic nitrogen so that the '

lahan leading at Intermissionby grass will not gulp down this '! .
a slim two point margin. The greening agent in a few weeks "''

Ramblers shifted into high down and become hungry before your I .. :.
the final stretch, however, and next payday. )
If rye grass is on Its way out,
then mow and rake it out of ; t.
the permanent grass. Remember, Y
For SaleBy drying March winds will cause
grass to burn, so sparing the ,I
water hose will spoil the grass. .' \, I
If your ulcers get fidgety be. ; ,
Owner At cause part of the lawn is not .: '+

as green as you think it shouldbe I

Daytona Ave. SOt 11th St. quit worrying-most likely
the soil temperature is out of
kilter at that spot and there Is
House and and
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garage temporary shortage of iron. To \ "
four vacant lots. Some I '
save you from worrying over. .
furniture, cooking and time about the pale grass, you " i

table dishes. can bring green color back : r '::.. ',' .ro., ?'f _
quickly by applying two table.

Power mower, Wheel- spoons of iron sulphate to each :
gallon of water in a spray.
borrow hose reel tool
,
Azaleas and camellias need a
chest and tools, many good shot of fertilizer as soon
carpenter and roofing as blooming is over. Play It safe

tools, hoes and rakes. and get one of the many special

Many other articles to the azalear market-camellia After fertilizers feeding these on

use about the place. acid loving plants, add another FIGHT BEK I II

layer of leaf mulch around these
Come by and see at plants.

your convenience and the Roses will need an application
price will be determined. of nutrients during their
first flush of bloom. The size of)
These be
may sold at any
bush and soil is a factor. But
time. when In doubt apply two ouncesof
a 10.0.10 top dresser to each
ALMA I. HUNTER rose bush. WITH ORTHO

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NOTICENotice ORTHO Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects.


Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon moves into the plant's system to kill

is hereby given that a municipal election insects that hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato -
will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on
Tuesday, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1964, for pests...and because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fields

the purpose of electing three City Commissioners. in a matter of hours. Rain won't wash it off,either.
All persons desiring to have their names printed I
upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to
pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whomhe
mix. Because it's absorbed quickly it's less harmful to
,
qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5%)
of the annual salary of the office of City Commis- 1 \, bees and other beneficial insects. Phosphamidon is com-
sioner of said city on or before 12:00: o'clock noon,
patible with most of other pesticides. And it's
your very
on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1964.
ORTHO effective in small dosages. So why hassle with combination

Notice is further given that the registration booksof i sprays? Get the spray that gets potato insects coming
the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open for i PHOSPHAIIDDN
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registration of voters to and including the 21st day, i and going: ORTHO Phosphamidon.

until 12 noon, of :February, A. D. 1964. ; '' '
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MRS. NANCY RODGE I 1l. CAUfORNIA CHCMKAt COMPANY M1WO OiwOi .
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Season season te certain eotmtfi in THE BOOK NOOK'j lumber carp eft to tfe vV&tai A fttdoBprtad misconception is
Hunting Northwest and Central Ftartdft, i forest of the Canadian boater that rtptftea hypnotise bird: and ',J. '
Ends 23 March 28 to April 12. FLIGHT INTO DANGERBy country. small animals Instead' they faaI -f\i\h'h'cIate '
February I Robert Sidney Bowen Despite hit superior, his long i them.
Unprotected animals and birds hours of work, perilous work, a I'I'I
Hunting In Florida of all
What happens when a sudden
which may be taken at any mysterious unkftdvfn starts :
game birds and all game ani- I time In Florida include bobcat, rash of fires are menacing an lighting fires in the dry-Under MILLER
mats except rabbits, will closeonehalf red and grey fox, raccoon, opossum isolated lumber camp! FireFighters forest I I
hour after sunset I nutria, skunk, flying squirrel I hurt or burned! Fly with Steve through smote ELECTRONICS,
day. February 23, sun-I English armadillo These are some of the dramatic "'
I sparrow filled air to the mysterious forests 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
':' A:.D. Aldrich. director, Game crow rats, mice, bats, moles, events which Robert S. of the North. This is a Very
and Fresh Water Fish Commission -II shrews and buzzards.All Bowen wrote about In this action good Mystery book for young REPAIRS ON TV'S
filled book, FLIGHT INTO
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I know will like ft
people. you WASHERSDRYERS
hawks and owls, and all DANGER.
Only rabbits and unprotected other birds and animals, In- Steve Brock is a young pilot Library Assistant, J
animals and birds; may be \aken cluding alligators and crocodiles, who takes on a Job which would Harry Kuleskl. <*
after' the closing day, February I not listed above as "unprotected tax many an older, more ex- f Call Collect 672-0377 _
23, until opening of the special I ," are fully protected by fed perienced filer to the limit. His Enemies are .the, heritage of ALL WORK GUARANTEED'to.\l.J.l .
spring turkey gobbler hunting eral and state laws. job was. flying supplies to a I success. Nobody envies a failure.I' ." .

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Nutrition I February ListedFlorida QUANTITY
WE GIVE SHELTON'S RIGHTSRESERVED
M How do you compress a 2,000 foodstores are offering

pound cow Into a 12-ounce generous supplies of broiler. I

drinking glass without sacrificing fryers and pecans lor Februarymeal I TOP' **+

any of the cow's basic nu. planning, reports Mrs.

tritlonai value? I Gladys Kendall, home Industries I I VALUE GROCERY PRICES GOOD
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It's simple. Just pour yourself :I Thursday, Friday,
a glass of milk, says Howard Broiler-fryers and pecans top and
Young, assistant dairy technologist the list of foods that the U. S. STAMPS Saturday

I with the Florida Agrl Department of Agriculture reports Your Friendly Co-op Store" FEB. 20, 21, 22
cultural Extension Service. are plentiful In February.
Other foods which Mrs. Kendall
Since it's difficult to force a
FLORIDA GRADE "A" '
USDA's Agricultural
one ton cow into a drinking says
Marketing Service reports plentiful ... "
glass, let's grind up the entire STEWING \
carcass with all its highly nutritional in February are beef, pork,

parts and pack 12 canned com, potatoes, canned

ounces of beef into the drinking ripe olives, and apples. '
glass. This will measure up to February marketings of broiler : Hens Lb.Whole. 18
be 10
the nutrition value found in an -fryers may nearly per
equal portion of milk. cent above a year ago, Mrs. Kendall
The record large 1963
To preserve the natural nu says.
trition in milk, rigid standardsof pecan crop continues to make LIMIT THREE PLEASECutup --
quality and healthfulness are these favorite nuts plentiful, especially
in shelled form.

constantly dairy technologist enforced These says standards the. Fed beef supplies will continue Stewing Hens 5 Lb. Bag 1.39

include cleallness, good I large in February, and .
of will be available
plenty pork
flavor and aroma, no adulteration
and a maximum amountof for menus. U. S. Choice U. S. Choice

Young nutritional advises constituents.that consumerscan heavy Three packs consecutive of canned years corn of FAMILY Steak Lh. 59' "" Steak Lb. *

maintain this high quality means a generous supply of this 69
the vegetable item throughout the
in their home by observing

following rules: Keep milk winter. stock of from World's Bert WiUon's Cello pkg.
clean, covered and cold, and A large potatoes
consume it within a reasonable the record large fall crop, anda CIOIIII "
period of time. Protect it from near record apple crop In Beef 39 FRANKS 49Beef <

sunlight to preserve its riboflavin Washington state, make these

vitamin C and good flav foods available in generous sup.
or. Store promptly in a refrigerator ply in Florida during February. Lyke 1 tb>> Roll

if not consumed Immediately Sealed REqUEST bid will FOR be I1IDS received In 'SHOIT Ribs u. <;
the office of the City Clerk of the 39 Sausage 3 F"1
City of liunnell. Florida. In the
Center Building, on or before
Bon-voyage gift baskets go .:30 P.M. on the 2nd day of
back 50 years when staffs of March. A D. 1164. for one (1)
1,000 galloni of gaollne tank servants accompanied wealthy pump installed, regular gal (octane
families on trips abroad. The number shall be 92 or more), BIG 38 OZ. BOTTLECRISCO MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE LARGE SIZECHEER
10W20 and Heavy Duty 10 weightoil
food in the servants' shipboard and create.
All price shall be firm for the
quarters was so poor that families duration of the contract period.
Each bid hall be add reused to
baskets of tidbitsto
brought the City CommUiloner. Dunnell,
ease their employees' plight. Florida. The Cltr Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any and
all bids and also to accept the bid OILEach
that In Its judgment will be for 1
the best Interest of the City of
CLASSIFIEDADS Uunnell. Florida.WITNESS lLb.49C
my hand and officialseal For
this 18th day of February, 2 39
A. D. 11(4.llowell. 49

ATTEST City: of V.Dunnell Peavy,Florida Mayor TinAH Grind

.....1.c* ....* rite *_*!.* ana Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk
Feb. 20.27ItoIN
eeala word each taeertle
see
n eeata U a!a1... chare. TIIK riliri'lT (COITIIT !!KV- Limit 1 With Purchase Limit 1 With Purchase Limit 2 With Purchaseof

FOR SALE-Unfurnished house, NTII PMMIIUA.Jtimi.u.IV A.>D rniruiT KOH KI.AU.nv+ $5.00 or More of $5.00 or More of $5.00 or More

2 bedrooms, 1% bath, oil heat, Mill 4524IMAJEAN('OI NTt'. l.V CIIAMCimr Food Order Food Order Food Order
NO.
air condition. Built in oven and R BROWN. .
I'lalntlff.
range. Hurricane fence around .VII' Everfre.h 6 Ct. Pkg.
yard. Call 437.3670 or see Buddyor E83H E. DROWN Defendant.MITI1'1 p

Shirley Chambers. 2.20.2tp CINNAMONRed
IN TUB NAMK OF TUB STATE
OK FI. )HII>A. TO;
WANTED Welding to do eve. JKSHH K. URnWN'.,.001 Fairfax. Delicious
4 nlngs and week-ends. Call Mar. Fort Worth 16. Tease.You EachU.
(
are hereby required to answer -
tin Harding 4373669. 1-16-tf the Complaint for divorce APPLES 2" 290 RUNS 1 O
{ fund l herein against you In the
entitled filing
above cause! by your
WANTED IRONING to do at my answer with the Clerk of the Olr- S. No. 1 IrishPOTATOES
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. cult Court liunnell. Florida, on orbefore
11504 Limit Three Please
March 21. and serving I
livery. Phone ID 73669. a true ropy of said Answer upon 1O 39e
lalntlfr attorney J. UOYD IMJACH. Bag
10-24-41 tank of New Hmfrnalulldlng
/ 201
New Smyrna leach, Flor- Yellow Cooking Kraft 18 Oz.

fields SEPTIC installed TANK; snail cleaning shell.; drain Rea. Conreio Ida.Herein fall be entered not lent against a Decree you."The Pro. ONIONS 3 k: 250 Apple JELLY 3 Jars 'I00

Flagler Tribune" I* hereby
sonable prices. Call George Ja- alienated a. the newspaper In
roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf, which this Notice iball be published -
once a week for four (4) Bush 303 Can
I consecutive week ..
FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom I WITNESS my band and official Green For
unfurnished home on Lehigh St Hal Florida at this Hunn., Hth". Flagler day of (Febru-bunty, BEANS Z 350

Flagler Beach. Contact George, uy, A D. 144.cial Sara LeePOUND
K. A.
Moody, Sr., lIE 92137. TF ( Healeak o( "'rcauittCourt
I tty Julia 1C Harvey CAKE Each 690 Circus 1 Qt. 14 Oz. Cans
.
MAN WANTED to manage and WYD ().OACH Deputy C9erk.J. ORANGE GRAPE .
operate a retail Watkins RouteIn .1 fog Dank .t New Hmyrna DldC Green Giant '

this area. (Would consider. New Attorney Hmyrna for Ileach.Italntlff Florid w. K. Com-Carden Peas DRINKS 4 For $:[00
lady 40 to 60 years old.) Earn. Feb. 20-27 4k March -12-4tcIV 290
(In Butter Sauce, Each .

the ings very of $125.00 beginning.per For week person from iv fiiAvcrnr TIIM: C'llirilT('01'.ITT.vo.,COI'HT.11111 KIXIIIIIIA OKfl.Attl.KH ............................:-..............._..............................................;.:........................w.e.... ."..t.t.qx..y., : .:....,.

al Interview in home, write JUDY ANN .I 011 Nil

Mr. McGarity, P.your O. Box 627. WU RONALD ELMER... JOINS Plaintiff 25 FREE f 50 FREE r 50 FREE

listen, Florida. 2.63WCONSTIPATED TO DKKKVIITUB o.I.ndantiIIOT'.H TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS 0 TOP VALUE STAMPS

? IIONALU ITTATB OK KUIKIt nXJtlt JOIINM.wh TO. With Purchase of With Purchase of 2; With Purcha. 01 $2.00 or
To prove PitU.N-KVAC container .*e reldene and poet office Pkr. Merita Donuts Three Cutup S More Dental or Cosmetic
Prune*. Ftc. A Henna I* world'* address are unknown
Hrno-o-theil, bet and mot natural Ton are hereby notind that I (All Kinds) :!: Fryers 2 Supplies
laxative hurrr toMOODY'S suit ha* been filed. against you In
PHARMACY the above entitled MU": and you Coupon Void Alter Coupon Void After a Coupon Void Alter
far generous TOED SAMPLE or are hereby required t#> Abyear! an- Saturday, Feb. 22 1964 Saturday Feb. 22, 1964 Saturday Feb. 22, 1964
4* tablets for TIc, Over I...&... imrr with the O fk of this Court. ::

old each year the and plaintiff t. serve or a pMntirr r ry thereof att.rlwy.u pep I Oeerh--=-=-Y..h" "............:,;t.,.: :.:. ..:.::0X.r.q..Je; :.: .:.:.,..:: :.;:.y.e:.:<-:-=(.:.:o:(
whoM name aa4 address I*: I.

JoHNSTON's Daytona RAY It ir.t I"n NSeldea b. Florida 'I Z5 FREE 50 FREE SO FREE

BEACH REALTY CO. not later then March 11. A. D. n...
nACf..EB LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, enfeeee If yea UIt.ho do enutrod so, decree sna pro. I TOP VALUE STAMPS 1,;.t TOP VALUE STAMPS ,r TOP VALUE STAMPS

FABMS. you for the relief d..,.A4ed In the I With Purchase of With purchase 01 With Purchase of
WATER FRONF. Mil of .*.11I_'." The nature .f
ACREAGE aWlt, M...c for ." 1"__... Twin Pkf. Ever fresh X $1.50 Worth of X: $5.00 or More Food

S.. us for your real ..tat + noo
Office Phone HE 9-2242 au.((0MeM' ....,1)U.., R A. 1111G4e4ktyld Coupon Void After Coupon Void After X Coupon Void After '

Residence Phones ID 7-3831 J"- I.r..liar.. .. rt Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964 g Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964 & Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964
or ID 7-3517 Deputy erk.rob. I
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AGiE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA' Thursday, Feb. 20, 1964I
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Messenger, John Tabor; Guards ,1.,111. ,- .
Bridal Shower '. }II. '-I''. .. \-,
I Honors Mill Phil Martel, Gerald Combs;
Joann Preston Pages, John Kurtz and Billy
the Dunson; Valentines, VI c k i e I
Miss Joann Preston was '
Smith, Karen Duncan, Patricia
of honor at a miscellaneous
guest bridal shower last Tuesday Black, Sheryl Kirkpatrick, Joyce PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
evening at the home of Mrs. Whitney, Theresa Arnold, Con THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Thomas D. Wells on South Daytona nie McDaniel, Elaine Drummondand FEBRUARY 20, 21, 22, 1964 RESERVED
Molly Mlsslnne. Joyce Whit
Ave. Hostesses were Mrs. ney was also the announcer. GEORGE WASHINGTON SAID: "I CANNOT TELL A LIE, I CUT DOWN THE
Bessie Thiel and Mrs. Catherine CHERRY TREE". WE DON'T'HAVE A CHERRY TREE, SO WE CUT DOWN
Gresham. HIGH PRICES.
There were 35 guests presentto I
enjoy the shower games. WILKINS
Prizes were won by Mrs. Sara Anniston, Ala. Grade "A" Western Beef Lyke's Fully Cooked Boneless

:Mrs.Martel Robert, Mrs.Cook.Joe Mrs.Preston Cook and al Eda Scherer Hart Wilkins was CHUCK Roast Lh. 49< Picnics 3 Lh. $189

so won the door prize. born at Dundas, Ill where she Can
The table was decorated witha :attended elementary grade
lace table cloth and gifts were school and graduated from Troy
Grade "A" Western Beef Palm River Sliced
umbrella Grove 111. School.
arranged under an High

beautifully decorated with pink She attended Oberlin Teachers ROOMQ' "
roses and pink and blue ribbon. <
in Ohio where she Roastu59 BACON
College received 49Choice
Miss Preston, the bride-to-be, TOME
wore a corsage of white carna I Itlons. a degree in Music and
taught piano at Deer Lodge,
I Montano. Grade "A" Western Beef Copeland's Pure Pork-Hot or Mild

Mrs. R. B. Johnson from Scot. I She graduated from the Stuttgart Cuter
land Neck, North Carolina, is I Conservatory of Music, Steak"59* Sausage tf 39*
visiting a few days with her sls Germany, and upon her returnto Cwt Chrck
ter and brother In law, Mr. and the United States was a theatre -
Mrs. Jack Meekins, of South, organist for many years in -
Daytona Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. and Los Angeles, Buy Your Lunch Snacks for the Daytona "500" Races, Sunday, February 23rd
\Calif.

Robert Hull from Port Huron, Mrs. Wilkins came to Anniston I FOLGER'S AMERICA'S FAVORITE
Mich., arrived last week for a in 1930 upon the death of
visit with his parents, Mr. and INSTANT SHORTENINGCOFFEE
I her father, Rev. John F. Scherer, .
Mrs. C. B. Hull.METHODIST I
and has resided here and in
Flagler Beach, Florida, where
CHURCH maintained a summer home. CRISCO
Church school time is at 9:45: She has taught piano' and organ
A.M. and morning worship is at extensively here and was ,
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold N. I choir director and organist of Ie
Hoover, minister. I the First Presbyterian Church of
Song service and discussionson which she was a member of 6 Oz. : 3 ib.
79
"Christian Perfection, sponsored long standing. jgc
by the Womans Society of Mrs. Wilkins Is survived by Jar Can
Christian Service, will continueat
one sister, Mrs. Charles A. Fritzof ,
6. o'clock each Sunday evening Florence, Mass; one son and Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
I during Lent A sandwich daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs.
i lunch is Included each the Sunday Eugene .L. Hart .of Flagler 303 Shurfine FRUIT No. 2 Comstock CHERRY I
evening provided by com
I Beach, Florida; two grand.

mittee.Dr. .Joe Tolle, district superintendent Albany daughters, Ga., ,Mrs.and Mrs.Gerry Judy Barker Ann, Cocktail 3 For 69' Pie Filling each 39*

will preach at the 11 Clark, Atoka, Tenn. and five
o'clock service March 1st, and great-grandchildren.

hold the quarterly conference Memorial service was held at 303 Argo Whole Green Pepperidge Farm
after the fellowship dinner. 2 P. M. Friday at Gray Brown

Valentine Third Grade Play PresentedBy Friday family Mortuary tery., plot with at Edgemont interment in Ceme the BEANS 2 For 35 Stuffing 29*


i The third grade of Flagler She died February 11 at her
Beach Elementary School pre. home In Annlston. Kraft's
sented a delightful two-act Valentine DIETETIC FOODS
play last Friday afternoon MIRACLE WHIP Qt49AprFruiit

to the other five grades FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB Cocktail
o ) 4 Limit One Please
and many parents. '
The name of the play was In'a patriotic setting for Pineapple Tidbits go 400 Count
"The First Valentine," and it Lincoln's birthday, 22 membersof Peaches For \
was directed by the third grade the Flagler Woman's Club Pears ) KLENEX 4 Boxes $I 00
teacher, Mrs. Atlec Stevens. met Wednesday noon, each MIX OR MATCH For.
The story evolved around the bringing a sandwich along with 8 Oz. Kraft's Limit Four Please
love of the Jack of Hearts for which Mrs. Reynold Hoover,
Princess Tina. The King prom. hostess, served delicious cheesecake Apple or
Grape Jelly For DAIRY PRODUCTSSEGO
lied the Jack of Hearts his and coffee. Mrs. Hoover 1 65e
daughter's hand if he would reacflhe poem "Abraham Lin Seal
bring her an unusual gift. The coln's Walk at Midnight. 3 CansFRESH 8geBlue OLEO 1 Lb. 1ge
"Jack" did so by bringing Princess Committee chairmen made
Tina a box of Valentines their reports and members voted Adolph Salt Substitute Sealtest CottageCHEESE
hence, "The First Valentine." to sponsor Miss Nancy Wil 59 e
W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal, son in the Bunnell Hi Contest 1 Carton 49c
commented on the elaborate, Following this, there was a gen.
colorful costumes and the fine eral discussion of club procedures PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS
acting of the children. Everyone and these will be votedon Extra
Washington Red
enjoyed an added warmth at the next regular business Fancy 1 40z. 4 Fisherman
of the "Heart" from the play on meeting in March. Delicious APPLES 2 ""35C FISH STICKS Each
I this Valentine Day." The members were remindedof 4ge
Cast of characters were: the "Country Auction" on
Queen of Hearts, Debbie Meek. Wednesday, February 'C. begin. Fresh GreenCABBAGE 12 Oz. Bird.eye Chopped or Leaf .
ins; Jack of Hearts, lack.Raw. nlng at 1 P. M. at the clubhouse. u SPINACH
Tins; King Goldbeard, Ralph Any saleable article will be 5c 2pk839C
Abraham; Princess Tina, Rose. welcome and if unable to get 8 Oz.
,mary Bross; Trumpeter, Timmy them to the club please notify U. S. No. 1 White Morton Beef, Chicken, TurkeyPOTATOES

i 3 Carmody; Mrs. Frank Brede. 10 Lb. 39C POT PIES S For $100Bag

':. Limit Five
f .' , Dr. F. A. Reynolds Is announcing the ....%%%%%....%%..%% I15 I\.. PleaseVJWWJVWJVWJUJW

opening of a branch office at EXTRA E
FREE 15 50 FREE 5050| ExTRa 50
158 West Granada FREE
S & H GREEN STAMPS i S & H GREEN STAMPS
"x Ormond Beach I J S & H GREEN STAMPS
With this coupon and | With this
/The Bunnell Office will be open Your purchase of One 39c; coupon of and our With this coupon and

:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Pkg. T. K. Potato Chips ; More Food$5.00 OrderP or Your Purchase of (3)

Fryers, Cutup or Whole
Ormond Office will be
open Coupon Expires Coupon Expire
Wednesday .
and Saturday Coupon
ExpiresPurchase
Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964 N Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964 Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964w

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Feb. 20, 19.64 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA I PAGE SEVEN

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THANK YOU When, a :man ,finds no peace
Bunnell High within hJmfetf, it 1* useless to
I would like to take this method
$eek (It elsewhere -
Honor RollsThe of expressing. my sincere

t thanks and appreciation to my
following students made friend for their thoughtfulness
LocALS i the honor roll each month dur
during my stay in the 'hospital. Dance to the Music of
iI I ing the first semester: Your cards, visits, flowers,
Fourth grade Townsend: Lila THE
gifts: and many deeds of kindness
Allen, Karen Clegg, Nancy Creal, RHYTHMROCKERS
COUNTRY CLUB MEETS Eastern Star Donna Frailer, Debbie Johnston. I helped in my recovery andI
WITH MRS. TILTON Installs New Fifth appreciate every thing very
grade-Manuel: Minnie
Mrs. Florence Tilton was hos Officers Deen, Elayne Tucker. much. AT THE
tess to members of the Gladys Deen.Florida's .
Country Wanda Mercer, District In Five-B grade-Morris: James. BAMBOO COCKTAIL

Club Monday evening at her structor, served as installing of. ine Wimberly, Jay Townsend, LOUNGE
home, San Mateo. During the Mark Strickland, Betty Stefllk :
,
ficer for the Bunnell Chapter longest snake is the FLAGLER BEACH
business session members votedto Joy Lee, Lyna Knight, Catherine
Order Eastern Star, Saturday beautiful Indigo, blue-black in
contribute $30.00 to the Flag. evening at the Masonic Hall. Harris, John Gel ler. color, and eight and a half feet I Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.

ler Scholarship Foundation. They She was assisted by Lucille Sixth grade-Tonkin: Linda in length when fully grown.
made plans for the Cabbage Ball Brooks, Jennie Green and Sam. Church, Rebecca Durrance, Jean- -
and selected a springtime theme. mie Friedman. nle Higginbotham, Cynthia Hin-

This Is the 14th annual CabbageBall Officers for the new year installed son, Lesa Knight Beth Matherly, ANNOUNCINGI
and the date has been set were: Glen Nelson, Paul Porter.

for April 11. Alice Lovell, worthy matron; Grade 7-A-David Johnson, I am a candidate for City Commis-
Mrs. Tilton served a tempting Keith Lovell, worthy patron; Harold King, George Robbie,

refreshment course to the fol. Betty White, associate matron; Gary Buckles, Diana Lucas, sioner in the City Election of Bunnell '
lowing members: Elissa Tilton, '
Ray Mercer, associate patron; Brenda Townsend.
Joyce Crews, Betty Moore, Phyl Martha Mercer, secretary; Wan Grade 7-B-Charles Clegg, Sue March 3 1964. '
lis Bertha, Pat Cowart, Margie on .
'
Duncan
da Mercer, treasurer; Myra Nancy Hargett, TerryRawlins
Kinney, Molly Bertha, Naomi Wadsworth, conductress; Geneva Carla Tucker, Colleen "
Pelllcer, Madge Johnston, and Solomon, associate conductress; Tucker, George Koczwanskl. Your vote and support will be appreciated .

Gertie Ramsey.Mrs. Lucille] Brooks, chaplain; Mabel Grade 8-A Tommy Duncan, I

Brooks, marshal; Naomi Hosford, Tony Parker, Wesley Thomas, EARL RICE Sr.' .
Andy Yelvington and
organistJennie Unda Bell. Said Political Adv.
sons, Kevin and Barry, have returned Black, Adah; Audrey Grade S.B-Patrlcla Robbie.

home after a visit Friday Rice, Ruth; Rita Doamond, Es. Grade 9-A-Walton Cowart, -- .
.
through Wednesday In Miami therLeona; Elsenbach, Martha; Julie Kay Wilkins.

with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. I Beatrice Lyons, Electa; Frances Grade 9-B-Arthur Ford.

Yelvingtpn. Edmonson, warder; Shelton Grade 10-A-Margie Blakely, I take this means to announce thatI

Brooks, sentinel. Betty Lynn Bourne, Catherine
Michael Parker makes "High Hinson.

Dean's List" at Massachusetts Mrs. Virgil Decker is a patientin Grade 10-B-None. I am a candidate for re-election as

Institute of Technology this past the Putnam Memorial Hospital Grade 11-Kandyce Lovell.
semester. Mike Is a senior and Grade 12-Kathy Barber, Sue the
in Palatka for medical City Commissioner in City
Is majoring in electrical engineering treatment King, Linda Cody, Alllda Tucker,: your ,

at M. I.T. Nancy Wilson. '
Election March 3 1964. \
Thomas Bertha is a patientin ,
Mrs. Laura Frier has returnedto .
the Putnam Memorial Hospital The following students were
her home after two weeks in
for medical treatment lie on the honor roll the past six. Respectfully Submitted
the local hospital for medical
suffered a light stroke at his week period: I
treatment. home In Bimini last week, but Fourth grade-Townsend! Lila

is reported to be improving very Allen, Karen Clegg, Mary Cook,
Lady Allen visited In Green nicely now.Kathleen. Nancy Creal, Donna Frazier, Deb. SHELTON B. BARBERPaid
Cove last weekend the
Springs ,
bie Johnston, Katie McFarland,
of Mr. and Mrs. Hlrris
guest Buckles, daughter of Mike Manuel, Denise Tucker.
Politic Adv.
r Long. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bucklesof Grade 5-A-Manuel: Dudley

Bunnel, underwent surgery Improta, Mike Kelley, Greg Robertson .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. GorY
Wednesday, February 19, at" the Kirk Robertson, Minnie
don Buckles last weekend
were Putnam Memorial Hospital in Deen, Sharon Pache, Elayne
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Palatka. She is a member of Tucker.
Mrs. Lemly A. Lancaster of
Miss Vaughn's first grade of the Grade 5-B-Morris: Janet ALSOJabaly's
Goldsboro, North Carolina.
Bunnell ic ool. Scott, Mark Strickland, Betty
Stefllk, Joy Lee, Catherine Harris Rug CleanersAND
Mrs. Leonard and Eula
Moody ". Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lyons John Geller.
Lee, accompanied by Linda Le have moved to Holly Hill where Grade 6-Tonkin: Mike Barber .

sa, and Lyna Knight, and Becky they will reside in the future. Linda Church, Barbara Dod Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners k
Mercer, were In Daytona Beach'
1 gen, Rebecca Durrance, JeannleHigginbotham
Saturday afternoon attending :A. B. Yelvington Cynthia Hinson, WALTON JOHNSTON, AGENT

"The Nutcracker" presented by Celebrates His Gwen King, Lesa Knight, Beth ID 7-3575 BUNNELL

the Society Daytona Beach Symphony I 92nd BirthdayA. Matherly, Glen Nelson, Paul Por SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY

B. Yelvington, father of Russell ter.Grade
7-A-John Cook, David .
I Yelvington and Bea Lyons --- -
Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie
!{of Flagler Beach, celebrated his Johnson, Harold King, George
visited in Green
Cove Springs 92nd birthday anniversary on Robbie, Marla Hugas, Gary
with Mr. I'
Saturday and Mrs. (February 12. Buckles, Glen Carle, Diana Lucas
Hirris
Long. The party was held at the Brenda Townsend.

Mrs. Peter Dashoff has return. home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grade 7-B-Mark Yelvintgon,

ed to her home from the Halifax I Yelvington, Flagler Beach, witha Colleen Tucker, Carla Tucker,
Hospital where she received few members of the family George Koczwanskl, Mary Ann

medical treatment She had the present They were: Mr. and Stefllk, Mike Robinson, Terry

misfortune of falling from the 'Mrs. Clifford Lyons, Tom Yel Rawlins, Jimmy McNab, Nancy

apartment steps last week but vington and sons, Wayne and Hargett, Sue Duncan, Charles

was not seriously Injured. She I Conway.Mr. Clegg. \ '
received painful bruises and In. Yelvington is living at the Grade 8-A-Tommy Duncan,

juries. :Restorium in Holly Hill. Hewlttt Dupont, Tony Parker,
- Wesley Thomas, Jo Ann Wilson,
,Linda McNab, Linda Bell.

Grade 8-B-Patricia Robbie,
NOTICETO
\ Vickie Moore, Bobby Robinson,
Grade 9-A-Walton Cowart,i
SETTLE ESTATE OF Julie Kay WIlkins. !

GradeO-B-Arthur Ford. I

Grade 10-A-Margie Blakely,I 1
PAL PARKER
Betty Lynn Bourne, Catherine
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Hinson, Isabel Green, Lewis, In Florida.
FOR SALE SEVERAL PARCELS OF LAND, LOTS, Smlgielikl. .

Grade 10-8-Margaret H
IMPROVED PROPERTY kins. after bowling beer is natural

Includes 100 ft. A-l-A Highway Ocean Front x 250 Grade llth-Ktndyoe Lovell. a

Grade 12th-Kathy Barber,
feet facing three streets improved with CBS Garage David Brown, Sue King, LindaCody After you're bowled a game or two,or when you're winding up

for Auto Repair, Modern Service Station, Some IJ I Alllda Tucker, Nancy Wllion. the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,ie'.good to fetal:
J with friends and compare Koret.Vbac better way to add to the

Equipment, with large living quarters, stove and re and the aociabtencH than with refreshing gUw of beer
fort you tike your fun-beer always makes a welcome
refrigerator. Or will lease with option to bu,. Termscan THANK YOU addition to the partY

be arranged! I would like to thank everyonefor Your famQur glass of beer H also a pleasurable reminder that

their prayers, card, flowers, we lire in a land of personal(rtNe I-ind that our right to enjoy
; Nights and Sundays, CL 35359, Daytona ||,and visit during my Uy In thehocpiUL beer and alt if we to desire, if jot wit, b *c an important one, of

Monday thru Friday HE 9-2073 Ij I Your thoughtfulness Is those personal freedom
j appreciated very much They
Sr."J J belyd greatly In my tpcedy fete !In Florid.beer goes with fun, with relaxation
P. O. Box 218, Flagler Beach, Mrs. Pal Parker. O
4!Oft"D. UNITED STATES MlIRS ASSOCIATION. .
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Stretch Your What's New in and more like hand-knits: and fulffy souffles In exciting, A single female -- - -
Stripes, checks, abstracts and fresh colorings.The I octopus may

Food Budget Spring Fabrics? and florals double show up knits.in cotton single Is tempo of spring fabrics in spawn a period as many of two as weeks.280,000 eggs .
light and gay so why not
With Potatoes Springtime, fabrics offer exciting Ottmans, brocades, Jacquardsand get In step with It? = ----,-.
new color combinations,
Potatoes, so plentiful In Flor unusual texture variations and I matelasses are popular in HASTINGS MATTRESS
ida markets now, will help you prints galore. What's more, style which and pastels. White flecks The largest inland fleet of & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
i and
i I silk nubs give a new surface boats located in Florida is located
i stretch your food bUdget. plus improved performance show 710-12 Lemon St.
I Interest and a cool, frosted at Florida's Silver
Springs
up strong in this spring's fabrics Palatka Florida
Home economists with the apearance to woolens., where 26 Glass Bottom Boats
parade, say home economic Phone EA
Florida Agricultural Extension Zephyer-light coats and suits cruise over 14 crystal clear spring Fumltu 5-9166
specialists.
t Service say potatoes can be prepared On the fashion scene you'll ) are styled in powder-puff pastels groups. Repaired%&Upholstering Reflnlshed
in several hundred Mattresses
il appe notice a variety of weaves, designs & Box Springs
tizing and nutritious ways. Made 10 Order Also
Renovated

t'', To mention a few-have you rather and than textures.single Color colors,groups catch,I Vote For I II Call Laura After Morris 437-3233

',. tried potato biscuits, potato cornS the eye. 6:00 P. M.
meal muffins, or potato omlets Favorites for dresses and PRICES REASONABLE
en LEONARD C. BUDGET PLAN
MOODY I IF
NEEDED.
for breakfast? Or red flannel
sembles are crepes and linenS I Just as near as your
hash, potato soups, chowdersand I textured weaves. Smart shifts Candidate For Phone or Post Office
salads for lunch? lend themselves to panel prints. Drop Us A Card or Call

II, For dinner there are potatoes White backgrounds highlight / City CommissionerFLAGLER _Free Pick-up & Delivery

for baking, creaming, and mix splashy flowered prints, with :
ing into potato dumplings and designs running the gamut from BEACHLet

pancakes, for mashing and the realistic to the fanciful. OJlt, 1Iflaglrr. rihunrnUNNELL
A.' boiling.. j Look for the madras influence Me Serve YOU As YOUR City Commissioner.CRAIG I

Use potatoes in desserts like in plaids,* brighter hues. Any JPaldToUtlcaJ Adv. FLORIDA

potato chocolate cake, potato type and width of stripe Is I ...:
fruit pudding, potato lemon pud fashion-rlght this spring. Casuals MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
dings, potato brownies, potato
and sportswear take
on a I
doughnuts. I: genteel air, thanks to country FUNERAL HOMEA. Delwated Official publleatle.
Here are several recipes using
classic and nautical motifs. for Pvbllc Notice of FlarlerCounty
potatoes recommended by home 'Knits are still coming on H. CRAIG. Funeral Director Municipalities there

Potato economics Pancake specialists. strong with many looking more JOHN CAPO Associate and the State .f 'FI.rI'.1 i

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2 eggs, beaten cream, gently seasoning end AIR OXYGEN Entered aa lecond claaa matter

1A cup milk shaping ,into walnut-hized balls. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY EQUIPPED February f, If 11, at the poitofflce
2 cups grated, ground, or Roll the balls in bread crumbs, ATTENDANT I I at Bunnell Florida under act of
shredded raw potatoes dipped into a beaten egg mix. AMBULANCES March 3, 1871.

1 tablespoon grated onion ture. Roll in crumbs and fry in Phone ID 7-3532

3 tablespoons flour deep fat until delicately crisp. One year M... -........n.loSIJt
1 teaspoon salt Serve piping hot 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL", FLORIDA month 1.M
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Combine beaten egg and milk

in mixing bowl. Grate, grind For Florida vegetable .:
or shred potatoes ,and add to growers. . '
egg milk mixture as soon as ,: .; r

each cupful is prepared. Use I
only the pulp of the potato, not
I' the liquid. I ,,.. ,.

}Add onion, flour, salt, and > R Er. b .

pepper., Mix well.
Drop the mixture by spoon.

fuls, onto a hot,\ lightly greased

griddle, or fry pan. Stir the mixture P, '. .." ... .'_ 0" .. __. ,.. .___._ ,_.,.,"..,,,.__ ... 0 i
before '. .
I dropping each pan. < '<1' .

cake.Cook the cakes slowly until New maneb formulation contains ZINCfor

they are.well browned and crispon tlb
the bottom. Turn and brownon r'r;3Mes.Ys.rmK

the oher side. If they are D

cooked too fast, the pancakeswill B MAJ.1.AI

cooked scorch through.before they ars .

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I Serve Immediately as a meat 1
uccompalnment with .
or applesauce contra ...
t tor apple butter. :.. .. better disease

J w This recipe makes 1H dozen and other crops I
pancakes, nbout 3 inches in di-
amter. on potatoes

\ Hot'P tato Salad
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3 cups diced raw potatoes
4 slices bacon

U cup finely chopped onion
1 tablespoon flour H
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1 teaspoon powdered dry
mustard

I 1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
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to cup water

1 egg, beaten
U cup vinegar
Cook potatoes In a small amount .
of boiling salted water
.a t

until Cook tender.bacon in Drain.fry pan until Manzate D offers these .

crisp. Remove from pan and advantages : 1; .
\\ chop. Using 2 tablespoons of

bacon fat, cook onion until golden '.
brown. Blend flour, mus .1' .

tard salt, and sugar Into the Controls diseases on a vari- r Safe to when J ::.. '
fat. Stir in the water and boil many. use applied at short :' ,!'
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j for 2 minutes. Add about 2 of I. .r (, '
ety crops. intervals I according to directions.Carries < tablepoons of the hot mixture to .* :" {. .:,'Jt. ,. .
the beaten egg. Then stir this on'1 ** .: .
nozzles. :
clog spray, ..and <; > < :
Into the rest of the mixture. Add r crops safely through Taln. { . '\
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vinegar and reheat \. and humid infection periods. small particles make better contact' / ,.i/r; ;
Pour the hot dressing over the with disease it'
organisms.Easytouse '
hot diced' potatoes. Mix in the .' .'. ..:
chopped bacon. Serve hot This r May be used with many of the r wettable powder .I' "' :"' t. 'x-
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recipe yields 5 or 6 servings * :; ,

about half a cup each. ; mm nly.used pesticides. mixes easily. )
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For a 'real' treat, prepare potato ,:* ;
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puffets. Make these light. I . *.' ;. e I On all rAmictb.oHow UbtUng butnctlont.nd..."u"l'ecrtjulty. >;'? "'.1\,"';*, ... ;. I
and tender delicacies by mashIng fi
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\ potatoes with egg and top .' i'4" ,{,,:! '" .. ," ;,

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Thursday, Feb. 20, 1964 ". THE FLAGLBR TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA., PAGE; <<(I
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New York to make the Island seem like 1 f

Name --l home.Nleuw Amsterdam was soona
bulstling trading center and
To Be seaport. Ships set off for Europe e g ti
with pelts of beaver, otter, mink, r
Mohican Indians called It I and wildcat
-Manah-hatin," "Island of Hills."I I
By 1653, the 1,000 residents of
But In 1664 300 years ago, Brit. Nieuw Amsterdam were given FEATURING --
ish troops raised the Union Jack I municipal government by the I
over Nleuw Amsterdam and ruling Dutch West India Com CHOICE IOWA AND NEBRASKA BEEF '
called it New York.
pany. First officials Included a

The new name honored the preacher, teacher, court messenger U. S. Choice (STANDING) hw. r
Duke of York who Incidentally, and dogcatcher.
never set foot on his island Familiar Problem
tate. es'l The growing city had a now. RIB ROAST lb 69
The New York World's Fair familiar urban problem-litter- B .
1964 marks the 300th 'bugs.
ary of the use of the city's name. Untidy burghers and towns- U. S. Choice Juicy
Indian Sold Manhattan Twice folk threw garbage and ashes
Dutch fur traders lived on out the windows, pitched their RIB
STEAK Ib
Manhattan Island as early as old shoes Into back alleys, even 79'
1613, the National Geographic dumped the carcasses of cats .
[Society says. A visiting Britishsea and dogs on main street
[ captain found "four rude Concerned city officials un Swift's Premium Breaded Swift's PremiumCHICKEN
)louses and a pretended Dutch doubtedly launched America'sfirst
[Governour who kept trading litterbug campaign when VEAL CUTLETS WINGS
[boats and was trucking with they set down an ordinance in
[the Indians." 1657 fining first offenders the 5 $IOO 21 Ib
Peter Mlnult bought Manhat equivalent of $1.20, a lot of for Box 69*
in In 1626 for the Dutch West money in those days.
Idla Company. Some historians But peg-legged Peter Stuyve- Wilson's "Certified" FRESH ((4-7 Ib Avg.)
ly Mlnult, not the Indians, was sant, the last Dutch Governor of
[Hoodwinked when he doled out .Nleuw Amsterdam, faced a more *
[J24 worth of beads and blankets :serious problem in 1664. Baking HEN S. Ib. 39Armour
[to Canarsles Indians from Long On a misty Monday morning, .
[Island for they had no property September 8, two British warships .
rights on Manhattan. The right anchored broadside to Fort Star (WHOLE or HALF) ((14-16 Ib Av,.)
ful owners, the Manhattoes la. Amsterdam and threatened to
ter returned from a hunting trip, blow the ill-fended bastion to SMOKED HAMS lb. 49
and the irate Mlnult had to buy bits. Stuyvesant reluctantly sur.
the island all over again with I rendered, led his little garrison .
another $24. of soldiers down Beaver Street, Monogram Fancy (Long Grain) ..
, Minult and his of and hobbled aboard for
a ship
company
I Joe Grain's Fresh Fla. Grade "A" *
"200 Hollanders built some 30 Holland. RICE I 5 Bag 59*
bark-covered houses on the I British soldiers lowered the SMALL .
lower tip of Manhattan. The fort's Dutch flag, raised the Armour Star 12 0:. Can
settlers ate garden-grown beans Union Jack, and stayed to rule EGGS
and peas, picked wild fruit, and I New York as a British colony TREET Each 39*
caught huge sturgeon In the I until the American Revolution.

Hudson River. Their most dread. Dozen 39 C Armour Star 15V4 o:. Can
ed enemies: marauding wolves I Virtually the world's entire
and bears. crop of jumping beans comes BEEFED HASH 3.for$100
The early Dutch constructed from the town of Alamos in the
windmills, planted Tulip gar.I I state of Sonora., National Geographic .
DAIRY SPECIALS
dens, and built gabled' homes. says. 'HERSHEY'S -

Mrs. Pickford's 1 tb>> Qtrs.

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AnnouncementI
Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order ORANGE JUICE 49*


FROZEN FOODS -
am a candidate for Commissioner in and for
the City of Flagler Beach. I believe my past ex. FOLGER'S (All Grind) Sara Lee (All Butter) 12 oz. pkg.

perience will greatly help with thirty years experience POUND CAKE 69*
with the Cincinnati Bell Telephone Com COFFEE ,,
pany in many capacities. I was one of the first Mixed Frozen 5 tb Box

to start the Cintel Employee's Credit Union which 1 A 48* CHICKEN PARTS $119
has assets of some $750,000. I also helped pro
mote the Natural History Museum of which I Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order FRESH PRODUCE _

am proud.
U. S. No. 1POTATOES

Now retired and own property on North AlA Large Size 1 Bag 3ge

which has been my home for the past seven
CHEER 4 Pound Cello
years. .1 have owned this property for twenty-
six years. I believe without a doubt that this is BAG APPLES h49*
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one of the loveliest places on the Atlantic Ocean, 2 for 49*
that is why I am running for Commissioner. I 1 Pound Cello BagCARROTS
Limit (2)) with $5.00 or more food order
believe if the Commissioners will work togetheras 2 ISM
for
a body and have a honest, able, sincere developer
and contractor to build nice homes for

retirees, we could bring In a good class of retired
::100 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREEGIFT
people who would share some of this water
burden tax that will stare us in the face within > BOND STAMPS / ( GIFT BOND STAMPS ) ( GIFT BOND STAMPS

two to three years.I > With purchase of M With purchase of ) \ With purchase of <
f> 1 (4t oz. Jar) Upton's ) 1 Treado (8" Frozen) ) \ $5.00 or More Food
INSTANT TEA ) ( PECAN PIE 1C Order
believe in wise planning and every dollarof Coupon Void After ) ( Coupon Void After ) ( Coupon Void After

the taxpayers money being used for a con. Sunday Feb. 23, 1964 ) ( Sunday, Feb. 23, 1964 J ( Sunday, Feb. 23, 1904 ]

structive purpose.


This, I believe, if elected on March 3rd, I will
work hard for you and all citizens.

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Thank You, ,t1I E .

Ilia


Herman R. Hunt iii

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TEN THE FLAGLER .TKIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 20, 1964
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-1 tollmst Aden Protectorate In Good Grooming AIsco Aluminum Siding -
Geographic1
fceeplng with another recent. with Dupont 'TEDLAR" PETERSON TEXACO

. .t::. World Globe t&anget on the appears 11-foot as globe.South Arabia Begins With a Not Contact A Paint ROAD SERVICE SERVICE

work execut Vernon A. Light Mechanical
DifferentA Cartographic was Raymond Work
Very
f I''I ed by Geographic staff members 439.2214 Flagler Beach; Phone 4373441 Bunnell
huge world globe, unlike under the direction of Chief SHOESHINE I ...... ,
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any other on display anywhere, Cartographer Ralph E. McAleer. I I
dominates Explorers Hall In the I Engineering work on the globes, i I
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe Il
ti National Geographic Society'snew Its mechanisms, and controls, l
headquarters building. was done by Atkins & Merrill. WHILE YOU WAIT I fire Insurance policies we write still giro the same
Special features have been Incorporated The project took more than two dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy ad. I
to make the custom to complete. OR ditlonal Home Owner's
years coverage benefits- Policy-at very
designed, freely rotating, 11-foot little extra cost.Remember. .
sphere foremost among the exhibits Built on an aluminum frame, LEAVE ANff'PICK UP
i:' : In the history.filled museum the globe is formed of tough AT H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help YOU
I at 17th and M. Streets N. fiber glass. Overlaying this Is take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
,- .,\ W., Washington, D. C. a l/16th-inch plastic skin on or stop in soon for full details
I The globe Is set Into a long, which the map work was ap Land 'n SeaFashions
black granite pool and fountain plied by hand and by silk H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
437.3361 Citizens Bank .
screens. Building Bunnell Flo.r
and can be seen by passersby
I through the glass walls
I The silk screen process Involved
I of the stately building's ground
'. I Illuminate the globeat use of a rather passe toy: 107 North Bay Street
Spotlight the hoola hoop. Atkins & Merrill I
night. engineers stapled the fabricto Bunnell, Florida FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

:Detailed and Colorful hoops to keep It taut, then Phone 4373400Community I
The oceans and lands are pressed the silk against the _I II AMBULANCE
strikingly portrayed In the precise globe's round surface. and applied I PHONE- Alley 41625
detail and vivid color of paint t I SERVICE
I National Geographic maps and The map itself is in 24 sections I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

i desk globes familiar to people or gores, which can be re Memorial Church Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
around the world. moved Individually to incorporate
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later ia.ll.aal are always at your service with promptness safety and
I ,Many special effects and motions future changes In place AIR cONDtY1OD'
of the globe are possible names or boundaries.A experience.
Dayton Ar.. (.
I by means of devices in a control final coating of hard, clear
ed
.E'qe6p>> With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
j console. With one such device plastic protects the entire. sur FLAGLER BEACH "
I visitors can follow the pathof face. Sunday School 10:00: A. M. I 'Garcia Funeral HomeP.
an orbiting satellite as As Mr. McAleer put It, "There's Church Service 11:00 A.M.I:
though .they were\ standing on nothing like it anywhere, and R. W. DICKERT Pastor E. GARCIA, License -:iuneral Director
the moon. I've seen every big globe that J BVEnVOHB WELCOME LADY ASSISTANT
The thousand pound globe, has been made" I ................................ ... . ..... .... .,... ....... ....
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driven by electric motors, norm ______-____u -- :=:::::::: : :--= : n ___

ally rotates on a north to south J
pole spindle tilted at an angleof
23 degrees 27 minutes, as Is
the plane of the earth's equator.For .
special displays the spin.
die can be lowered by remote
'control. An operator at the con. I S CH EVROLET
sole can then manipulate the
wheels, and rotate the sphereIn Y
a cradle formed by eightIn '.
direction or stop It Many .
any
,

ti Slides position.can be projected on the o makes all types of quality trucks

globe from the console for special .......
demonstrations. An outline t,.
map of Texas projectedover t.
Alaska, for Instance, shows -
beyond dispute that Alaska is, ,) ,'. .
indeed, the largest state. The "c """, ,
Amazon and Mississippi, river !y
r xY
system could be compared in
this fashion.
'
Slide of a Mercury or Gemini
J space'capsule, projected on the

rotating orb, can illustrate theflight ,
paths of past or future
space shots.

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Includes Latent ChangesBy i I Ih
the narrowest of margins, ._ .-
only days before delivery, the
Society's cartographers and en
gineers from Atkins & Merrill

Incorporated of Sudbury, Mass., .
were able to include the tribute .ti
'to the late President John F. I
:Kennedy that changed the name II I '-'- 'fk| .
of Capo Canaveral, Florida, to I
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