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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 27, 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. 8 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR
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Midget League I SENIOR CITIZENS Third PolioFeeding SMALL CLAIMS I AnnouncementOf

Opening GameIs POSTPONE MEEETINGThe SundayAt COURT SESSION I Matthews for
Flagler Senior Citizens At the February 19th session

Next MondayI I Club will postpone Its next regularly Same PlacesThe of the Small Claims Court Judge I CongressmanCongressman
scheduled meeting, the Leola Jones rendered a judgment
Bunnell's Midget League will!first Tuesday evening in March, third polio vaccine feed. in favor, of R. L. McNabvs. D. R (Billy)
open the 1964 spring baseball)) until Tuesday evening, March ing will be held Sunday, March1st Warnel and Evelen Williams. Matthews announced today
season next Monday, March 2 10, it was announced today by from 1 to 6 P. M. at the Judge Jones said the next from his Washington office that
at 4 P. M., Leslie Pache said Rev. E. Lester Stanton, chairman. same feeding stations as before. session of court will be from 9 he will be a candidate for re ,
today. The postponement U necessary The first and second'feedings to 12 A. M., March 4, at the election to Congress from tho
Mayor H. V. Peavy will throw Stanton said, due to the of December and January were i courthouse. The sessions are 8th District of Florida, and will
out,the first ball. The opening Flagler Beach municipal elect considered most successful with held in the commissioners room. sock the nomination in the '.\
game will be between Wads. tion March 3 which will tie up more than 3100 persons participating I Democratic Primary Election on
worth Lumber Co. and Shelton's the club's meeting place for the in each feeding. Road Budget May 5th. In making his announcement *
Supermarket day. The club meets at the The Polio Vaccine Programwas Matthew stated: ,
Each of the boys have been Flagler Beach Recreation Center undertaken by Flagler Farm Meet March 10 "In asking citizens of the 8th ,I'I
training and are ready for where voting will take place Bureau with small contributions District of Florida to return me ...
league play, Pache said. The I next Tuesday. being accepted to offset the Set In DeLandThe to Congress, I am mindful of
league will only have three costs. Sufficient contributionswere and grateful for the high honor
teams this year, but each team received during the first secondary road budget they have paid me by giving
will carry 14 players. Baker's I Political Rally At two feedings to take care of tearing( for District Five will beheld me this privilege for over 11
makes up the third team. The costs of all three feedings with March 10 In the State Road years. If re-elected, I shall
league will play 12 games. Flagler Beach the overage being donated to Dirpt district omce in DeLand, strive In every way possible\ to
Past champions In the league I Flaglcr. March.okftimea. ]Much Bovrdt Member A. Max Brewer I continue the same standard of
were:titrates 1962,mnd Idlewood FniMyr Even ngThe of Dimes containers will be said today. service that I have endeavored ..
Club In 1963. Jim Brown and placed at each feeding station The hearings determine the to give in the past to the people
Bebe Moody will be working: as\ Political Rally, which is Sunday with all contributions secondary road improvements of our District, State and
umpires.The I sponsored each year for the candidates going to Flagler March of Dimes. to be programmed for the fiscal Nation
league is sponsored by t I for the Flagler Beach Many of the civic clubs ere year beginning July 1, 100., and "A one of the senior Mem
the city recreation department, City Commission race, will be assisting In the sponsoring and ending June 30, 1965. hers of the House Committee on
which is still looking for teen. I I held at the.Flagler Beach Recreation promotion of the polio vaccine Flagler county's secondary Agriculture, I feel that I am ina
age boys ((13 to 16 years) Inter. Hall at 7:30 Friday feedings as a countywide effort requests will be herd at 9 o'clock particularly vital position to j
ested In forming a Softball Night Most of the staffs of County that morning. assist In maintaining abundant
league. I I City officials said all candidates Health Department and Flagler The secondary road program, I food and fiber for our peopleat I
are Invited to participatein Hospital and Clinic are volunteering financed by the 5th, 6th and 7th a price fair to both t'Onlumer'j'j
the rally. their services in administering cents ot; the state gasoline tax, and producer Agriculture la re
Idlewood Club Five candidates have qualified the oral vaccine. The is adopted after recommenda ponslblo for over 21 million
to fill .the two seats on the druggists of Bunnell have volunteered tions by the Individual boardsof 'job In America and I I. a most r
Fashion Show commission. They are: Floyd to prepare the vaccinefor county commissioners. effective weapon in our war a*
Collins, Marge Givens, H. II feeding. Various food stores Following the district hear. gainst communism,

Monday March 9 Hunt, Willis McDowell, and are contributing cubed sugar. ings, the Road Bdard will adopt "My many years in Congress
Leonard Moody. The vaccine Is taken orallyin I a tentative statewide budget at have also given me a wide understanding
The Idlewood Club Is sponsoring The election will be on Tuesday a cube of sugar. There is no Its monthly meeting April 1G. of the great and
a Fashion,Show on March 9 March 3rd, to fill the posts taste. All persons over three mplex prob 'mf jlomeitlc,andinternational I
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the Bun ..and 3fV ..I.. *'*.e '
at eight o'clock p. m. at now held byrCJ.-Sinith mOnth 'of- age upMfot'100yefir facing our Nation. {I
nell Civic Center. Fashions will Robert Henderson who did not are urged to take the vaccine. Some Paving In ,II promise to represent all of our j
be furnished by Land and Sea qualify for re-election. Persons who missed the first people to the very best of my
Fashions of Bunnell. feedings should not hesitate to City Complete ability in the solution of throe
"Pictures of Spring" has been I Seven Candidates I take the last one. They may perplexing problems.
selected as the theme for the tenable to make up the other The repairing and placing ofa "Since' there are so many
show. Local club women and In Bunnell two later. The order of the feedings leveling coat on Anderson St. urgent matters coming up for
ladies of the county will model Running does not matter. and the parking areas In frontof the consideration of Congress, I
the fashions. The showing will Election This program is being conducted the Civic Center and around feel that I should stay in Wash
include' Easter, Spring and Sum. TuesdaySeven over North Florida, In. Lake Lucille has been completed ington as much a* possible In
mer fashions. candidates have qualified eluding Duval, St. Johns and this week by the city. I order to give constant attentionto
, Proceeds from the Show will to run in the Bunnell City Volusla Counties as a part of Tho work was done by the them I urge my friends to
,l be used by the Idlewood Club on Election on March 3rd. Three the VICTORY OVER POLIO cam. State Paving Company. Later .assist me by preventing my
their civic projects. Tickets may posts on the Commission are to palgn. Feeding stations are: a top paving coat will be added. qualifications to our new citizens
be secured from any member of be filled. Court House and Carver Schoolin The company Is alto this week who may not know me and
the Club or at Land and Sea Candidates who have qualifiedto Bunnell; Recreation Centerat placing a base coat to South may ,not bft familiar with my &
Fashions, 107 N. Bay Street. run are Shelton Barber and Flagler Beach; Johnson Build. Bay St. from Cour St. to the record In Congress" ,

Martin B. McDaniel who are ing at Malneland; Espanola railroad crossings.Marineland. Matthew said he would servoas
Marvin Golding seeking re-election, L. L. Bran- Community Building; St. Johns his own campaign treasurer,
nam Sr., E. E. Morris, John D. Park Community Building; Haw To and the Citizens Bank of Gainesville
Died February 21 Perryman, Earl Rice 6r, and Creek Community Building and would be the depository of
Paul Stanish. Catholic Recreation Center at Get CD SuppliesCivil his fund. Richard "Dick" Wll-
Marvin Earl Golding, 75, of Korona. llama of 401 North Main Street,
Flagler Beach passed away Feb. Arts and CraftsAt Defense Director Raymond Gainesville, will servo as deputy <<
ruary 21 In a Eustis hospital I Smith said today that treasurer. I
New
after an Illness of one day. BeachThe Ruby-The arrangements are being madeto
Graveside funeral services Flagler deliver supplies for the CD
were held at the family lot In Arts and Crafts Class at Red Lettuce shelter at Marineland on Thursday Cabbage Ball }\
the Eustis Cemetery Sunday, March 9.: }
the Beach Recreation
Gardeners
Flagler can now dress up '
February 23. Center started Monday with 23 their garden and salad bowl The supplies which will be This Year Sot \
Mr. Golding was retired from stored there will, In addition to
ladles registering for Pine with Ruby, a new red I leaf let.tuce.
the Robert W. Hunt Co., a world. Needle Weaving and Aluminum the shelter, consist of food, water For April II
wide organization. He had sere medical and sanitary tup-
Tray Engraving. It wa* reportedthat James M. Stephen, assistant
ed as chief chemist at the com members were enthusiastic vegetable crop specialist with pile for over 1200 persons. The Fourteenth Annual Cab-
pany's New York office. He wa and much was accomplished the the Florida Agricultural Exten Marineland official who are !bare Ball, sponsored by the
a graduate of Belolt College In first day.gasses. lion Service, say It 1* not too preparing the shelter said they I Country Club, will he held April
Wisconsin and a member of the will be held every late to plant Ruby now. Ruby would be equipped' &to take cart 11 at the Bunnell Civic Center.
!
Sigma Chi fraternity. They had I Monday from 12:30 to 3:30 P. M. la recommended for home owner of over 1200 spaces, In case of Eddie Koch and his orchestrahas :
resided in Venice Park subdivision a disaster. been engaged to furnish the
through June. Ladles are and limited basis
i *, on a ,
of Flagler Beach for the Tries plan have been accomplished muie.
I vited to drop in and see for commercial production. The
'In'l
I through cooperationof Member of the club said
a
past four years. we are doing. You may seed of this colorful, tasty, map
his wife [ the Flagler County Civil Defense "Spring Time" theme has been
He Is survived by to Join us," Mrs. Willis leaf-lettuce variety I* availableat
Mrs. Nondas Golding of Flagler I said. neighborhood aced store. and Marineland. elected and committee are
Beach; a son David, and three I This course Is being made Stephen your ayr. that Ruby I* Mr. Smith said city and coun busy making plan for the ball
grandchildren who live in Iall. \I I!available by the cooperation of I the darkest maroon-colored lettuce ty officials from Bunnell and 'Tickets will soon be on sale by
I I, Flagler Beach, the and flub member
but. California. the Flagler County SchoolS). grown In Florida. Another press
tem and the Daytona Beach ,excellent varlttYPJ1u.beadUI radio have been Invited to wit. Proceed from the ball will
I Junior College. of a rose color. nesa delivery of the suppllt. be used by the rlub on its dvle

WASHINGTON PORTRAIT I Ornamental a* well a* food project_ _
The only object In the White I!I ECUADOR IS CHILLY to cat Ruby make an exciting The white hospital ship 1.1. -
House from the time of Its first|i Although It straddles the border plant for driveway, patio HOPE was formerly the United BIG CULTUREDLfIRLR
I I I States !
Ufi6
Navy slap a>NSO
occupancy by President John I Equator. Ecuador can be chilly j *, and pooUlde Cultured
'' LATIOX and action ) pearl grow at big
Adams in 1800 I* the famous I Its climate change by the mile: Floridlan living In area outside MW during
World War II and the Korean a* marble off the rout of WHo
full-length portrait of George! -from the hot coast to mow the peninsula' panhandle )
II' conflict tern Australia, the National OHo
Washington by Gilbert Stuart bound Andean peak The country I should plant this variety before !I graphic *ay* A Mingle airing
The painting hangs In the East! has many active volcano,I March. It can be planted a* late garden oil and fertilize It with of Australian pearl mtnUywa
Room one of the rooms opento ,Including 19,317-foot Cotopu1.one a* March In north Florida.If 1/3 lb. of &-8-1 analysts fertilizer / offered by A New yO-'
the public. of the world hlthcst you plant Ruby, grow It In per 10 fool of row. Jeweler for t.1ooo.or ,



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FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 27, 1964
THE FLAGLBU TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, : _
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I. -St. Augustine B Squad : I

Woods Name Fg 1 0.0 Ft 2 F TU 2 20 7.1810 .47 I II I|It.i PETERSON TEXAOO

Epperscit 1 1.1 4 3 D &. B Squad, ; : SERVICE
Vaughn 5 1.1 2 11 I I ROAD SERVICE .1
Bushore 0 0-0 2 0 I Name Fg Ft F Ttl | Light Mechanical Work
Davis 0 0.0 2 0Wsetbrook I Chevalier 5 1.5 3 11 | Phone 437.3441 Bunnell
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: Rogero 2 I:Anderson Knowles 2 3.4 1 7 . . . .. . . ....

Burry McKnlght) T. Brown 30-03 6 12 3.4 16, Z7 Hays 3 0.1 5 6 O. F. ALFORD
(By
Grant 4 3.4 4 11 Bunnell: 3, 11, Tanfteld 4 1.3 4 9 Registered
VARSITY BOYS WRAP UP I 31-42 7 Quarter score: .____..._..
CONFERENCE TITLE WITH Bryan 22 34: St. Augustine! : ,4, 15, 22, Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
Fant 02-21 2 : 1414 5.15 16 33
D. & B. 27.
VICTORY OVER Bunnell: 5, 26, Florida
Bulldogs I' Quarter score:
the
Last Friday night 24 8.1218 56 Bunnell B. Squad I 2 9 15 33.
secured the St. Johns River 32, 47; D &: B: , ,
with a Quarter score Bunnell: 15, 32, Name Fg Ft F Ttl I
championship
Conference 43, 54; St. Augustine: 15, 28, 36 Knight 2 2.2 2 6
64.45 pasting of the D & B Drag 56. I Ford 30.01 6

M. Tucker 1 0.1 1 2 24 HourWrecker
ons.Earlier
In the week, on Tuesday Service
BABY BULLDOGS BUMPST. Eisenbach 1 0.0 0 2
the Bulldogs were edged bout AUGUSTINE D & B Rockett 2 0.2 1 4
In non-conference
out a
by a scrappy St Augustine 56.54,_ The Baby Bulldogs faced a Cowart 5 3.5 0 13 Truck & Tractor Co
and their record now stands at tough St Augustine team last Miller 1 2.2 2 4 Flagler
and won 34-27, despitethe Harper 0 0-0 1 0
(not including Tuesday
19.3 for the season I MASSEY FERGUSON
.
-
of two regulars, including .Jarosz 1 01 0 2
shortage
). ,
,tournament games Walton Cowart, Robertson 2 0.3 0 4 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
not only proved
The Bulldogs
behind the entire Cody 1 0.0 0 2 i I
that they were the best team They were VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
half but the team consolidated C. Baggett 0 0.1 0 0
first ,
their size, but some I
around for Bunnell Florida
Owner ,
into a working unit in the Britt 0 0.0 1 0
stars also did a good
individual
.
their ratings. third period and went on to outscore Smith 1 0.0 0 21 I
job of living up to
the Jackets on the
yellow
All conference cagers Butch An
and Jim shoulders of Jack Knight and
Bebe Moody,
derson,

whole Brown show were fdr practically the Bulldogs the in his paced 13 St points.Augustine Jerry with Vaughn 11 .w. Insects ravaging your potato fields?

both games.In points.On ....
the Baby Bulldogs
Friday
the fit Augustine game
Brown and Anderson held back unloaded three squads againstD
while &: B and won it 4733. The first
with 14 and 11 points
Moody led the attack with 21. unit played just long enough to
In the end this commendableeffort secure the win, with Walton 't
proved deficient as Guy Cowart getting 13 points, and
Batsel's 30 points lifted his then the Kiddie Korps came on
Jackets two notches above the and turned the gym floor into

Bulldogs for a skimpy'56.54 victory something of a romper room.

in the waning seconds of a :They, showed good promise,
riotous skirmish, which held though, and are likely the boys
some lingering overtones of uncertainty I who will stock the Varsity in a

as to the validity of few years from now. "'
time the clock. Bunnell Squad
the on
The Bulldogs took a firm lead Name Fg Ft F Ttl .
. 2 1.2 1 5
over the 1 bigger team in the second Moody
period and stayed there un E. Tucker 1 0.1 5 2
til the Jackets rallied to a tie,I I Anderson 7 7.7 l' 21
; 2 0.0 2 4 ;
and then struck the deadly blow Townsend .. . .
Brown 10 4.4 0 24 _M..
on a layup by Batsel all in less .01- .. r" . t
0.3 2 4
Kuleskt 2
than an official minute.
With the title clinching victory R. Tucker 0 2.2 3 2

over D & B on Friday, the Seale 1 0.0 2 2

Bulldogs reaped their season's
harvest Jim Brown and Butch I 25 14.18 16 64

Anderson had their most bounti D & a A.Squtzd

ful games of the season with I Name Fg Ft F TU

24 and 21 points, respectivelyand ,.Jeffords 0 1.1 0 1 .; ,
respectfully, as the Bulldogs I Von Doltren 1 0.0 4 2
easily lanced down the Dragons, Mals 3 0.3 1 6 d
Lee 1 2.8 4 16 '4
who were backed by 16 points
from Jack Leek and 12 from Ostrout 24,728
McEver 6 0.0 1 12
Jerry McEver.
Bunnell Squad
Neon Fg Ft F TUJ. 19 719 12 45

Brown: 4 6.8 3 14 Quarter score: Bunnell: 20, 28,
Moody 8 5-6 3 211 41, 64.; D. B. 6, '18, 3-1, 45.
R. Tucker 02-20 2 I FIGHIBAcK
Anderson 5 1.3 2 11 Bunnell a.squad
E. Tucker 03-62 3 t Name Fg Ft F TU
Kuleski 11-1(2 3 Knight 5 3.5 1 13'I1lller '
02.42 2

1818.2611 5-1 I M. Tucker 1 4.6 1 6 !

St Augustine. Squad Eisenbach 3 0.2 0 6
Name Fg Ft F TU .iarosz 0 1.2 0 1

Batsel Reese 14 00-01 2.2 4 30 0 Ford 2 2.4 0, 6 WITH ORTHO


Williams 0 0.0 3 0 1 912.23. 434 I II I


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Federal Taxes apportioned the share of total personal I income of Florl- I many years, this Naton's only
actually paid by the peo I dans. engineering school. .,
Paid By Floridians in each state. "In addition to the above
Floridians I breakdown of the Florida mentioned amounts paid in II I
paid a tax bill of
based on the Foundation's taxes, Floridians MILLERELECTRONICS
$2,01,000,000 to the federal paid $330 million I f
government shows that Floridians into the social security trust
in all types of taxes,
both direct and Indirect, ration."A$1,026,000,000 in federal" in fund and $OS million into the I
the past fiscal year, the Florida during In income taxes and $636 highway trust fund. Both of 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.. :
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State are eventually
Chamber of Commerce re I "
ports. : I returned to individuals or agencies REPAIRS ON TVS
"Federal'' tax collections with. :: I estate and gift tax total within Florida. Comparabledata WASHERSDRYERS. .'
in any state do not in Florida came to.$59 mil for other years are not ,
represent
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\ \\1 PAGE THE_FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Feb. 27. 1964
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roots, in containers or burlap bottom of each hole drop a /
q becue and
", New ConvenienceFood pizza, and frozen
I wrapped. The latter is called handful of garden fertilizer and mushrooms are new foods and
\ infant style because of the triangle cover lightly with top soil. Dip of
types packaging
(By Htnrey Sharps) in the Making which will
burlap and damp bottom. the roots of each plant in a bring added
convenience to
Growing roses Is like keeping I bucket of water just before
I For procrastlntor, container- Liquid cake batter in a car homemakers. So are round
your wife mate happy-there in- I'grown roses can be planted later planting. Insert the new bushso ton. .Chocolate syrup in a plastic "push-up" tubes of butter. ".

are many thorny .problems I but will cost a fancy price. that the root system will squeeze bottle with a snip. Lemon flavor in aerosol ,containers
volved. stand at the level thatit
I I Varieties to plant can be a same off cap. .Meat tenderizer in a for salads, fruits, and
However, both are prestige stood in the nursery row. container.
problem. Old-fashioned favorites I spray fish will soon be available.
If excel you can With a slow stream of water
projects. you
advantages the The
have over squeeze tube for baby
display both of these beauties from a hose, work the soil about These are just three of the I
newcomers. These include such I food will be a boon for mothersof
with pride. Louis Minnie: the roots, filling the hole to the new food packages soon to be '
roses as Phllllppe, young children.
Solve your domestic problems ground level. Packfirmly and on the market, according to
Francis, Marie Van Houtte and Another brand new food .
first, because you can't buy tran- Safrano. Often they thrive put a saucer of earth about the home economics specialists with in the making product
-pasteurized
plant to hold water. the Florida Agricultural Extension
quality but you can buy roses.
the modern
where hybrids succumb peaches. They retain much of
You may purchase rose bushesin When the rose bushes beginto Service.An .
to the deep South's tropic. the desirable qualities of fresh,
These bare leaf out, keep out
three forms. are an eye
al temperatures, high humidityand array of instant sauces prime ripe peaches and can be
for diseases such as black I I I
spot,
diseases. I I 'and gravies, including chili, stored under refrigeration for as
brown canker and mil.
powdery
PItIHtd. e: Except for the most dedicated dew. Insects pests that white cream, hollandaise, bar. I I long as 30 months.
hobbyist( the modern hybrid may
harm the bushes
will include
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES roses are the hardest to grow.
LONDONCHRISTIAN 'Plant roses for cut flowers ina aphids, thrips, pumpkin bugs, -
cottony.cushion scale and red
separate cutting garden, because '11- ..
spider mites.
they're far from hand.

some if pruned properly, covered

most of the time with protective -

fungicides and stripped of
I
flower buds dally.

SCIENCE Select a site in a sunny loca

tion.' In the event the bed is
MONITORInteresting
located near large plants, pro.

tect the rose bushes from marauding

roots with a sheet of

metal roofing buried vertically

along the side of the bed.

Prepare the planting site priorto

securing the rose bushes. If

:, Accurate the soil is loose, light and sandy,

remove it to a depth of 15 inches
SUES DOWN
Complete and replace with compost of 7Ya' r'YYtjoWG
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., One Norway St., Boston 15, Man. in south Florida contain: too

Send your newtpoper for the time much lime for best rose produc- YOUR ADVERTISING- NEEDS. lnde %5of (zatt '( ''tuq StothJit

checked. Encloted find my check .or tion, say University of Floridarose
money order. Q 1 year $22. specialists. NEWSPAPER ADS SEll FOR SURE/
D ft months $11 Q 3 month $5.50
Choose an overcast day forplanting.

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AnnouncementOn


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Friday, February 7th, 1964, I qualified for

the Office of City Commissioner of Flagler Beach.I tp r .., < 2 H r .

withdrew as a candidate, and have been asked

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why.I L


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filed for the office and withdrew when I learned
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that two younger men, imminently qualified to rkC '
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give the town the kind of service it needs, had ., I- : E __

qualified as candidates.The .

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City of Flagler Beach, is at the crossroads.
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Ii., The kind of men you elect as commissioners now bL' I

will determine the community's future, I expectto ,.,<< -: I I

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support the candidacy of Collins and Hunt, \ 'r". '"

pen with records of accomplishments and the ah
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ability to render the kind of service needed now.I 7 w r i;
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am deeply committed to the development of n .n.. > 54S.
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the town. It could be said that if elected there .

would be a conflict of interest on account of :} ,.:' d ::'

the Flagler Harbor's project. So far as I am I.

concerned, there hasn't been and will not be
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any such conflict. What Is best for the townis Made-In-Florida'

also best for me and other property! owners. F
Products AtttofMtthineandchwrftMealanf "
s are vwy Florida-mad rift or ourvnir you tend the

, The New Board of Commissioners should give bib variety beck of home.product And(mute thew'a 7.500 no end in all to)the seed

the ,people a complete understanding of thetown's made for Giving' i rifht bar b*the Sumhina State.

That inductee electric
pow aa well-but ,
you
needs if to have
we are
progress. can't Mod that up north.Yon CM IInCI them
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tha best rift of an.though-an invitation to a 'a
Florida fetwe Let them fa on the pa......., "
Respectfully, "'\ of better Lving .-..i.ctricaf7...w_tbj :',
Q' fi.b+.'.bettor to btfia with! 't :: f

MICHAEL W. MURRAY. r. I

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I \ Preston Wells mer, Mrs. George Preston, great-
I Vows Exchanged grandmother of the bride, Mrs._

Miss Lois Joann Preston, Lola Griffin, Mrs. Joyce Beck en- ,

f daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. er, Mrs. Margaret Sheppard Bet-

i Preston, became the bride of ty Howard, Mike Howard, Mrs.

John Henry Wells Saturday aft Theo Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS

ernoon, February 22. Gary Gresham and family and
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
I The ceremony was a simple Carolyn Ross, all of Palatka.
FEBRUARY 28 29 1964 RESERVED
27, ,
double ring ceremony by candle. Mike Clark, Gainesville; Guy

light at the First Baptist Church Alderman, Melrose; Mr. and Mrs.
k of Flagler Beach with Rev. Atlee Aulden Roberts, St. Augustine, Finest Quality Meats Naturally Aged For Flavor

Stevens officiating. The groom I I and Victor Torlay, Nashville,
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Tennessee. Florida Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn Fresh Boston Butt

Wells, Sr., of Flagler Beach.
.. The bride was given in marriage I Lb. PORK Lb.
I by her father and wore "The Magic by Chair"Presented Sixth Grade FRYERS 29 ROAST 49

simple white crepe sheath, designed
a
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The sixth grade of the Flag.
with two panels falling] ler Beach Elementary School Limit 3 Please
to the hemline. She carried a Western Corn Fed Center Cut
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I wrote and produced a hilarious"classroom" ,
bridal bouquet of white carnations I' Tender Sliced Baby Beef
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I comedy last Friday
i I with a centerpiece of car. under the direction of W. E. Fen. Lb. Lb.

nations Mrs. ,Carolyn on a white Ross Bible., Palatka,I nell, Jr.young, teacher students and principal.The were unusually . LIVER 49 Pork Chops 69

Fla., sister of the bride, was
funny when they por-
matron of honor and wore a
I taryed a classroom completewith Palm River Sliced Copeland's Tender Smoked
burnt ornage sheath of silk
a henpecked professor, a

I crepe low the with hemline streamers, with falling biege be.ac I poor-little-rlch-glrl ish custodian. and, a Swed BACON 49* PICNICS. 39*

cessorles. She carried a nosegayof
carnations. I The class was divided into
orange three groups to write the ,plays
Silver Bell Gresham, niece of
I i and the appealing thought be.
the bride, was flower girl and'wore
FOOD KINGCOFFEE
hind "The Magic 'Chair" won SUNLITE HERSHEY'S
I yellow nylon organda
a
for the team, whos captain was
dress with white accessories and
Patty Galloway."The 1 Lb.
threw yellow flower petals. Magic Chair" was Invented Can 490 TOMATOES SUGAROr
,
Thomas D, Wells, Jr., West
by a professor to change
Palm Beach, brother of the Your ChoiceMAXWELL
everyone so they would have a
groom, was best man. Gary loveable personality. One of the HOUSE 303 $400 Lb d
Gresham, brother in law of the funniest moments occurred in 1COFFEE 8'Cans ..... 5 Bag 49,..,
,bride, and George Preston, cousin .
the second act when the professor
I of the bride, were ushers. Can 590
used his wife as a guinea
I Johnny Ashley, nephew of the Limit 8 Cans
Limit One With $5.00
pig and she became a "cluckinghen. Lmit 1 of your choice
acted as ring bearer.
groom ." with $5.00 food order Please or More Food Order
Pianist was Mrs. Ray Lehr and
Cast of characters were: Pro-
soloist was Thomas D. Wells,
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fesso Goodman, Mike Bell; Gordon
Sr.,, father of the groom. Mr. Grady Prather; Prissy, Rosy 300 Can Sweet Treet 2V2 Can Shurfine
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Wells sang "Through the Years, ,CRUSHED
Tidwell; Fink, Frank Fleurle; FRUITPINEAPPLE
"Because, and "If God Left

Only Mrs.You.J. D." Preston, mother of Amathy Sara Sheila Lucinda Phillips, Ann; Meekins Cynthia; 5 For $1 00 Cocktail For

the bride, wore a two-piece Rockefeller Barbara Wilson, Jane; HoliLokl Green; Rachel, Patty, I 3 $1

white printed with blege
Jersey Limit 5 Please
Galloway; Daisy Mae, Barbara
accessories and of yel.
low carnations. Mrs.corsage T. D. Wells, Bross; Mrs. Goodman, Kris Mar. 303 Delmonte Garden 12 oz. Can NibletPEA$5For100cORN6F"100'
tel; NancyNurse, Susie Peterson;
mother of the groom, wore a
Jean, Christy Wilson;
I tailored dress with
navy crepe
Anthony, David Anderson;
biege accessories and a
corsageof
William, Billy Miller; Mr. Hln-
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yellow carnations.A
selbach, Kenneth Maccwicz; Elsie Limit 5 Please
reception 'was given in the Dee Perkins; Dunce, Connie Limit 6 Please

I basement of the church following Yannuzzi; stage manager, Dan

I the wedding. Miss Christy ny Waterman; anouncer, Donna SHURFINE

Gollen kept the bride's book. Filkins; other students, Janet EVAPORATED ROYAL LARGE

'. Mrs. Bessie Thiel served the Halnes, Faye Hutcheson, Debbie PINK

cake and the punch was served Lucas, Derese Owens, Kenny

by Mrs. Hal Ashley, sister of the Whitney, Wanda Hosklns, Cathy MILK FAB
groom, and Mrs. Kathryn Greh- Duncan and Becky Thomas.

am, sister of the bride. SALMONFRESH

Following the reception, the GIRL SCOUT NEWS Tall $< 00 Large
couple left on a wedding trip Brownie Troop 702 of Flajler 8 Tall f % Boxes 4ge

I to South Florida. The bride Beach took a "penny hike" Mon
I chose a biege suit with biege day afternoon with their leader, Limit Can' 5ge Limit

'. accessories as her going away Mrs. Donald Kaufman.The 8 Please 2 Please
I dress. The bridal bouquet was Girl Scout Junior Troop

caught by Linda Revels of Bun- DCS plans to make a hike Satur.

nell.After day working toward a Gypsy PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS
the wedding trip the Badge.

couple will reside In St. Petersburg Any adults who are interestedIn Maine Ruisett Baking Sea Brand BREADED
where the groom is employed Girl Scouting please contact
by Honeywell & Honey Mrs. Donald Kaufman at 439-

well. .2296. Plans are being made for Potatoes 10iib' 59* Shrimp : OZ. *

Out of town guests Included: a training program to be held 49

Mr. and Mts. Thomas Wells, Jr., In April for adult leadership g

West Palm Beach; Mrs. Hal Ash. training
Tender Crispy Fresh 4
ley and sons Scotty and Johnny, Fisherman Ocean

Miami; Mrs. Madeline Clapp, CARD OF THANKS
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Daytona Beach; Mr. and Mrs. I We wish to express our heartfelt Carrots IO* PERCH .
G. E. Preston and family, High : appreciation for the many Cello lag V? W

Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Allen .cards, letters and flowers sent *
Hlllery and family and Mrs. G. I tour our mother, Mrs. Eda Hart

W. Preston, grandmother of the I Wilkins during her long illness MIX OR MATCH Seald Sweet Orange

bride, Florida. and death.
,Mr. and Mlcanopy Mrs. A. D. Preston and I Mary and Eugene Hart Greets OAieps For < S 'Oz.
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opening of a branch orifice at so EXTRA S& So ERA 50 SO EXTRA SO

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( 158 West Granada S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS 5 &
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Ormond Beach STAMPS
With this coupon and
Purchase of One With t h'Yout' coupon and With
The Bunnell Office will be open this coupon and
2 Lb. Loaf Velveeta Your Purchase of
Tuesday and Friday Your Purchase
Monday, Thursday of $5.00 or
CheeseCoupon 10 Delicious Apples $1.00 More Food

Ormond Office will be open Expires ;: Coupon Expires Order
Coupon
Wednesday and Saturday Feb. 29 1964 Feb. Expires:
Saturday, Saturday, 29, 1964 Saturday
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Thursday, Feb. 27, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ___PAGE SEVEN
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1 I Mrs. Frank Clegg announced The word Sahara comes from I unexpectedly 'Into 'the roaring

the First Baptist Church has a a primitive word meaning "wild ApuHmac gorfe.'

,new choir of thirty members.She land good only to be crossed.*

I has alsp recently organized I II -

a choir for boys and girls, ages I TALENTED INCAS OF PERU Dance to the Music of /
I 9 to 12 years. They will sing in The remarkable talents of the

4 the Sunday morning services at Incas of Peru extended not onlyto TIlE

i least twice a month. building temples, fortress RHYTHMROCKERS

Mrs. Jimmy Hargett. is pianistfor walls, and roads but to bridges
HOMECOMING AND LOCALS ON DEAN'S the .
group.Rehearsal as well Novelist Thornton Wilder
TWO BIRTHDAYS LIST AT DAYTONA time is 3:45 p. m. to .I of San Louis Rey was built AT THE

ARE CELEBRATEDGene JUNIOR COLLEGE 4:45 p. m. on Tuesdays. across the Apurimac River around BAMBOO COCKTAIL
and Kathy Knight entertained Students from here who are on 1350. Suspension cables LOUNGE

with a birthday dinnerat the Dean's List at the Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clegg 16 inches thick supported the

their home Thursday evening. Beach Junior College Include moved into their new home In 150-foot4ong bridge high out FLAGLER BEACH

The occasion was a double birth. Peggy Britt, Buddy Taylor, Susan the Haw Creek District. They of the range of flash floods. In Saturday Night 8 to 2 p. m.

day celebration, and homecoming Wadsworth, Barbara Smythe. I are located on State Road 305. the 1880's the bridge plunged

all in one. -,'

Thursday was the birthday 'A .
NORMA JANE NEWELLMr.
anniversaries of Kathy's father PhilodendronIf
and Mrs. Norman Ray Try HELP ELECT
and brother, Gib and Don An. .
Newell of Flagler Beach announce
you're Interested in a house
derson. They were also cele
the the arrival of a Martin B. McDanielYOUR
brating the arrival of Don who plant that is easy to grow,
daughter born 26 at
February \
plant a philodendron.
had the 18 monthsin
spent past
the Flagler Clinic and Hospital.She University of Florida horticul
Tripoli Libya, with the U. S.
weighed seven pounds and turlsts that the
say philodendrongrows
Alrforce. Don received his discharge
CITY COMMISSIONEROF
twelve ounces and has been better than most other
from
the Airforce
Monday. \ on given the name ot Norma Jane. house plants under conditions BUNNELL

found inside the .
typical modern
Present were Mr. and Mrs.
Gib Anderson, Don Anderson, Dr. Allen Reynolds and Mrs.A. home. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated.

the hosts and their two' young G. Jones attended a session of They will thrive, provided they Paid Political A4v.

daughters, Beth and Letltla. North East District Dental SoI are kept warm moist, and away
clety studying communication from strong sun. Some even re
I
I I I with the patients Monday in St. sist cold. The philodendron, for

Miss Nina Vinson has sold her j Augustine. The session was held example, holds up under temperatures E. S. MORRIS

home on north Moore St. and I at the Ponce DeLeon Hotel. close to freezing. It

has moved to trailer court in grows rapidly. FOR CITY COMMISSIONERON
Ormond Beach. She is employ. Mr. and Mrs. I arold Sherwoodof Florist shops, drug dime and

ed with Black's Pharmacy in Ulysses Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. department stores, and super. MARCH 3rd, 1964
Elllnor Village. Gene Koleson of Westfield were markets stock philodendron
here to attend the races in Dayton plants. There are many varle MY, RECORD, 10 YEARS OF EFFICIENT AND

Guests of Mr and Mrs. Walter Beach. While here they visited ties. Heart-shaped leaves distinguish IMPARTIAL ADMINISTRATION FOR THE.

Knight are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond with Mr. and Mrs. Lillard one of the most common CITY OF BUNNELL

McCord of Clarkton, Mo. White. philodendron oxycardrum.
They are annual winter visitorsIn Philodendron pertusunl has large Your Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated.

the area enjoying the fishing Mrs. T. E. Holden, Mrs. Hugh perforated leaves. Paid Political Adv.

here and also visiting points of Cameron, Mrs. Walter Knight, Other varieties have cut leaves,

interest in Florida. Mrs. Tommy Durrance and Mrs. irregularly-shaped, even dagger. .'
fill Bud Durrance were in Ormond shapped leaves.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Beach Tuesday attending Worn- Fasten plants to trellis or

White this week are Alvin ans Club Desert Bridge and Fash moss-covered poles as they be. I Will Appreciate Your Vote and

Keith, Pete Gibson and Harry ion Show at the Club house gin to grow. Use green, paper-

Bryant of Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. there. colored wire from florist shopsor Support for Bunnell City Commis-
Keith is Mrs. White's brother in dime stores for this purpose.Or .

law. While here they are enjoying Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clegg use pins for fastening. sioner March 3 1964.
on
fishing locally and also deep left today for Miami where they When the plants grow to the ,

sea. w, will attend {he Democratic Fund end of the trellis, prune the

Raising Dinner. stems to force new branches.
Wind the new growth down the DAVE PERRYMANI'ald

Good Grooming Sadie Strickland of Ormond trellis. Give the plant more

Beach recently returned from a light and less water.A Political Adv.
Begins With a tour which included the annual' monthly application of mild

Mardi Gras Celebration In New soap and water will give a nice ,.

Orleans.Mr. shine to the leaves. II

SHOESHINE ANNOUNCINGI
and Mrs. Al Jones of Flag. Florida's Silver Springs offers
ler Beach had as their guests one of the finest regions in the I am a candidate for City Commis

during the past weekend Mr. United States for the study of

and Mrs. A. F. Lamb, Jr., and submerged aquatic plants. sioner the City Election of Bunnellon

daughter Marie and grandsonKen

all of Omega, Georgia. f- AUco Aluminum- Siding "":) March 3, 1964.

WHILE YOU WAITOR > with Dupont "TEDLAR"Not )
> A Paint 4 Your vote and support will be appreciated

CARD OF THANKSI ) ContactVernon 4

LEAVE AND PICK UP wish to express my sincere A. Raymond EARL RICE Sr.
thanks to Dr. John Canakaris i(439.2214 Flagler Beach )
Paid Political Adv.I .
AT and his nursing staff for the ex OsS_*SXS -

cellent care I had while a pa. nr. Land 'n SeaFashions Betted: bide will I* received In -- -
tlent in the
hospital. the office of th*> City Clerk of the
Also to my friends for their City of liunnell. Florida. In the
Civic (.nt"r HuiIding, on or be*
visits and cards, and especially fora 4: M on of I take this
for their which helpedso March. IOA.'t). till,.thtond".r(!) means to announce thatI
107 North Bay Street prayers 1.000 gallon of raaollne tank and
much. May the Lord bless pump Installed' reruUr' iraa (octane
Bunnell, Florida number hall F e fl or more),
Phone 437.3400 them all.rMary Bam. oil.10W19 and and area Heavy.. Duty 30 weight' I am a candidate for re-election as

All price ehall be firm for the I
duration of the contract period.
Each bid ahal be addr*...d to City Commissioner in the
the City Commlaelonera, llunnell.Florid your City ,
*. The Com mU*loner*
ALTHOUGH I WELCOME THE SUPPORT AND rea.rv. the ftltfo reject any and
t all bid and alo to accept the bid Election March 3 1964.
OF ALL CITIZENS INTERESTED IN that In Its judgment will be for ,
VOTES the bet Int.r.., of the City of

FLAGLER BEACH WORD HAS REACHED ME llunnell.WITNEHH Florida.my band an* official
...1 thl. llth day of February. Respectfully Submitted
THAT I AM BEING SUPPORTED BY A SMALL A. D. 1..4.
Ilowell V. Heavy, Mayor
GROUP CLAIMING THAT I SUPPORT THEIR ATTEST City: of llunnell, Worlda

PLATFORM. I HEREBY DENY THAT I AM y.::"anII.2 r:-Rodcri:t --, City-Clerk- SHELTON B. BARBERPaid

WITH ANYONE OR ANY GROUPOF fOTiCII 01' nlU- WA%TKI/
CONNECTED Notice la hereby given that the
Rat Klacler Moe ulto Cntr.l )*, PvlltUal Adv
INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE FORMING THEIR Irlct Hoard of Cmmlloner. will
II accept ...1..1 bid at OWN PLATFORM.IF I'' 7 rattea north of nafferIteaeh
on Highway Alt to and
up
[I until .* 0'.10<<'k. ''', M WeraSe.
OBJECTIVES WILL BE TO : IM4, or MMtmarked. prior to tat 1
MY
ELECTED time and date for the foil win* j Park-In Laundry and Dry CleanersALSO
.
THE BEST INTEREST OF ALL I 4 lMtenlThreequarUr:
WORK FOR Ton (bee (Urk I
FLAGLER BEACH AND NOT FOR i .* .p truck IMaM.Nt! *hlftfWr I
PEOPLE OF xltf
whew drive. r." I
ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ANY SPECIAL INTEREST II Tfre with .and Term without Ca.trade-In.h. Quot I Jabaly's Rug CleanersAND
DM win be .pen*!* At the aAewat I
GROUP. 1:** P U. on We4 Marfti '
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FLOYD J. COLLINSFOR to< ..
TIM fMatrtet n. the right .
t* rJe C t*
wJf"r iefonsal/We =v WALTON JOHNSTON, AGENT
of Beach i hi* nth day *f r ry
City Commissioner Flagler 1rt4fleted. ID 7-3575 BUNNELL ,
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raid Political Adv OM r.,. w..t y. Chalr-aa
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/ $ EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 27, 1964
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means that an additional 31,000fat SEVEN FAMILY NAMES ly out of the water to touch a
Books Are My DishBy Beef ProductionIn steers will be needed each The 264 Tristan da Cunha Islanders jl I ball suspended 16 feet In mid.

year just to meet the demandsof who were exiled from i air.
( Dorothy Homons) State GrowsFlorida's our new citizens.MECHANICAL their South Atlantic home by
Reading poetry helps to cure volcanic eruptions in 1961, bear I
books booming beef industry
There are
1 spring fever.
one of seven surnames: Glass, HASTINGS MATTRESS
the Flagler Worn' now has a population of ORANGE PICKER
at
I of poetry Green, Hagan, Rogers, Swain, &
day some one and a half million UPHOLSTRY WORKS
an's Club Library. The big Orange growers have yet to All I
will be when the poetry out head, reports Dr. T. J. Cunha, find a mechanical substitute for Lavarello, and Repetto. are 710.12 Lemon St.
head of the University of Flor- ,the twist of the human wrist related by intermarriage. Palatka, Florida

;mysteries.,\ da's Animal Science Department Though highly mechanized, the Phone EA 5-9166
Two of the greatest poems In for' the Agricultural Experiment I I industry must employ pickersto "Moby," the performing whaleat Furnitu-'., Upholstering

the English language start Stations. j I harvest the fruit by hand. Marineland, Jumps complete. Mattresses Repaired && Box Refinished Springs
J I with "When" and are a description This Is an Increase from 355- Made to Order Also Renovated
1; of spring. Chaucer, writing 000 in 1929. Beef production has Call Laura Morris 437.3233
,i centuries ago: Increased from only 42'million BE SURE TO VOTE TUESDAYMARCH I After 6:00 P. M.
"Whan that Aprille with his pounds, while the Income from PRICES REASONABLE.
shoures soote the sales of cattle and calves 3rd I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
Th<. draughts of March hath has soared from $3% million to Just as near as your
perced to the roots:. . $67; million.Dr. I LEONARD C. MOODY Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call
Thanne longen folk to goon onpllgrramages. ,
." Cunha states that In addition Candidate For Free Pick-up & Delivery
to these increases, there I
And Swlnbourne says- City Commissioner .
:j "When the hounds of spring are has also been a significant risen
\ In winter's traces, the quality of Florida's cat. FLAGLER BEACH; mbr llUaglrr uJribunr
of Months o'er le. However, even greater
The Mother 1 EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE
meadow and plain emphasis on quality will be DUNNELL FLORIDA
and windy places needed In the future. Paid Political AdyCRAIG.
Fill the shady .
with lisp of leaves and ripple "There is no reason why Flor. MRS M. B. FULLER, Editor
Ida cannot produce excellent I
of rain. "
I Ralph Hodgeson's EVE Is a quality beef," he said, "beef Deslcnated Official Publication
FUNERAL HOMEA.
good poem to read In the spring: that will compare favorably with for Public Notice 0' Flakier!
I
"Eve,' with her basket, was that produced anywhere else." County, Municipalities therein
However, to accomplish this, the H. CRAIG Funeral Director .
Deep In the bells and grass, cud the State Florida
i Picking a dish of sweet use of better quality cattle and JOHN CAPO AssociateAIR

Berries and plums to eat better feeding and management Entered .. second class matter
I Mute as a mouse In, a practices must be emphasized. LADY OXYGENCONDITIONED February 6. 1913. at the postofflca
Comer the cobra lay, Florida's beef Industry currently I I EQUIPPED at Bunnell, Florida under act of
Curled round a bough of the produces only 20 per cent CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES March 8. 1876. '
Cinnamon tall., . of the better quality beef consumed .
Now to get even and by Floridians. With the Phone ID 7.3532 One year _._U.IO

Humble proud heaven and 'state's, population increasing by 201 ,E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Six month.----Oils
Now was the moment or 'I at least 200,000 annually, this .. r..r ---
V wr --
Never at all."

I For Florida vegetable ;
I 'WANT ADSDUE growers.Vi .


TO DIVORCE We have a r

repossessed 63 model swing needle
Dial 0 Matlc, like new, :
makes fancy stitches, makes
.buttonholes, sews on buttons,
monograms, embroiders: etc.

Take up remaining 4 payments .. .. n" _, .. ,__ ,. ..0>,_u .-
of $3.00. Ph. Daytona 253-8106 .

Feb. 27-March -5-2tp- New maneb formulation contains ZINC ,

FOR SALE 1956 Dodge hardtop
convertible Coronet 8, almost

I I new tires, in very good condition. 0
'Price 39500. Texaco Station, MANZATE
U.S. Highway 1, Bunnell. <[ PO

I Feb. 27-Itp .
,, FUNGI _ _
MANED
FOR SALE 10x15 ft. cabin in ".$.",.."" .0" .

good condition; 2 jas; hot water controlee
I heaters; about 600 feet flooring for better disease I
500 used concrete blocks; 2 tires other crop s
and
and 8 whole wheels for Chevrolet .
truck 700 x 15. Across from 011 potatoes
Bunnell Restaurant, Friday and
Saturday. Feb. 27-Itc M
y I r
FOR SALE-Unfurnished house,
2 bedrooms, Itt bath, oil heat, r, s.a .
air condition. Built In oven and
range. Hurricane fence around .
yard. Call 437.3670 or see Buddyor : .
Shirley Chambers. 2.20.2tp -
_
i
WANTED Welding to do eve.
dings and weekends Call Martin .
Harding 4373669. 1-16-tf

WANTED IRONING to do at my y
home, reasonable. Pick up &: de.

livery. Phone ID 73669. these
,. 10-24-IfSEPTIC Manzate D offers advantages:

ra
r "
'
f TANK cleaning; drain ,ii,
.,
,.
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable :
prices. Call George Ja :
roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf Controls many diseases on a variSafe to use when applied at short S

FOR SALE or R.nt-3 bedroom ety of crops. intervals according to directions. :" \\i' '
unfurnished home on LehIgh St .
. Flagler Beach. Contact George J Won't clog spray nozzles..and' \ .

Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF Carnesciopssafelythroughramy small particles make better contact

CONSTIPATED? and humid 1 infection penods. with disease organisms. '
To prove MIUN-KVAC containing '.J"
Prunes. Flits A n world:aI !
I /, Hmo-o-thtit., hurry best to PHARMACY and mart naturallaxative ; May be used with many of.the . Easy-to-use wettable powder ",.' :;
MOODrS
SAMPLEI or mixes easily. ,
for fc-enerous FUEB commonly-used pesticides.
40 tablets tor Tic. Over 1,000.000 \,.... '
,
v"" '(
,
old each year. t' .. c .
011 elf c"nnlcchloI'qw t Ubtling Instructions and vning are fulp. ', -4 ''', *
lOHNSTWSFLAGLER r
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..N ... 4' ' \'. J< "
BEACH REALTY co. -
. .' ..
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, '. .) "
WATER FRONr, FARMS, ,.r;.; :;..... .
'. t
for ACREAGE real estate needs 'vj' ; ::
Se* us your :' @ PO :
Office Phone HE 9-2242 \

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 -......
or ID 7-3517 BCTTOR THINGS FOR BfTTtR LIVING...THROUGH CHtHBTHT'AO
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Feb. 27, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
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I I Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wells, Sr., '
Lr3eaclz'were weekend' visitors in Miami. ;
a l

METHODIST CHURCH FOOD BUt
(Continued from page 6) ii.stJHERRJY .
Church school time is 9:45 G
i
(SUSIE PETERSON A.M. and morning worship is at
[WINS FIRST PLACE 11 o'clock. Dr. Joe Tolle, district Fresh Florida D and D Grade AFRYERS
Several Flagler Beach girls superintendent, will be guest
I participated In the daylong activities minister this Sunday.
at the Sixth Annual A fellowship dinner will follow II I I No Limit I6. 27
N.B.T.A. Twirling Contest in worship service and Dr. ( )

Eustis last Saturday. Tolle will officiate at the quar-
Susie Peterson, daughter of terly conference afterward.At .
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Peterson,won 6 P.M. each Sunday during ROUND
first place in her age group Iri Lent the Womans Society of STEAK lbm79G
'the solo division. Susie also Christian Service is sponsoringa .
placed third with Patty Gallo-
lunch and a study on "Chris
way, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tian Perfection." Visitors are Choice $ oo
Tom Galloway, in a duet twirl- welcomed to all services. ALL Stew'Ib.' TURKEY NECKS 4 ib*. :(
(ing routine.
69
, The two girls are a part of MEAT OX TAILS 4.b.lRIB
[the Flagler Beach Cavaliers led BAPTIST CHURCH
I by Miss Carol Beckman. Other Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. Fresh PorkBack TIPS Sbl00HOG ,
members of the cOrps are Derese and morning worship Is at 11
| $
[and Sandra Owens, Vickie Per. o'clock with Rev. Atlee,Stevens I Bone1"'49* MAWS 5 ,lb.. foo
rItt, Eula Lee Moody and Faye pastor. Training Union is at 6:15
Illutcheson. They were all accompanied and evening worship at 7:30. PIG TAILS SbJl00PIG :

[ by their parents. Lean
Others enjoying the day, but COMMUNITY CHURCH FEET 6blNECK
Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M. Spare RIBS. *
lot,participating, were Joe May, 49 $
[David and Debby Johnson, and with classes for all ages. Morn. BONES 6..lb.. :(00
Wayne Owens. Ing worship is at 11 o'clock with _
Rev. R. W. DIckert, pastor.
i Lean Western (CENTER CUT)

Robert Hull and Shirley Edie ENGLAND'S OLDEST BOROUGH
(returned to their homes Sunday Barnstaple, in southwest Eng PORK CHOPS lb. 59Smoked *
Fin Port Huron, Mich. after a'week's land, claims to be the country's .
'
visit with Mr. Hull's parents oldest borough. Saxons and Nor.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hull. mans left their mark; Shakespeare .

supposedly came with his "".
1
HAM HOCKS
Samuel found 3
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney and Players. Pepys CRISCO
himself a wife among Huguenots ."
children Donna, Joyce and Ken. Tender
who had settled there. The
ney Sunday., were visiting in DeLand borough In 1930.HARVESTING observed. its 1,000 birthday 3 & 58* BRISKET STEW 3"". 'I06


Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Fresh Ground
Eula Lee Moody celebratedher WILD RICE lb..
10th birthday Monday evening Northern :Minnesota Indians HAMBURGER 3 $1
with a friend Charlotte still harvest wild rice in the
Our Value (Limit 4 Please)
Dodimead. The two girls, ac time honored way of bendingthe
companied by Eula Lee's mother -i stalks and flailing the grain TOMATOES 303an fOe DIXIE CRYSTAL
Mrs. Leonard Moody, had' into their canoes. But these days C
dinner in Daytona Beach and the canoes are aluminum, not Our Value (EARLY JUNE) SUGAR
rounded out the evening witha birchbark, and the scarce rice
visit to the boardwalk and by often retails for as much a $4a PEAS 6 ? $100
Cans 5 & 48
bowling at Bellalr Lanes. pound.Announcement *
Personal Size (Save 8c)
Ban Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
IVORY SOAP 4 19*

Jim Dandy (Save 40c) DAIRY SPECIALS _

DOG RATION :agb. $189
Pillsbury or Ballard 8 Oz. Can.FOLGER'S .

(All Grinds) BISCUITS 3 For 35*
I am a candidate for Commissioner in and for

the City of Flagler Beach. I believe my past ex.
perience will greatly help with thirty years experience COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -

with the Cincinnati Bell Telephone Com- (Beef
pany in many capacities. I was one of the first 1 !in 48C TVIOOI diskenEaJ.Utk4ge

to start the Cintel Employee's Credit Union which
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
has of I also helped
assets some $750,000. pro- Birds Eye 10 0 z. Pkg.
mote the Natural History Museum of which Iam Each

proud. FRESH PRODUCE CUT CORN 17*

Ga. Red SWEETPOTATOES
Now retired and own property on North AlA 'lb. KRAFT
2 25
which has been my home for the past seven *

years. .1 have owned this property for twenty- Small Delicious MAYONNAISEAPPLES I

six years. I believe without a doubt that this is "".
one of the loveliest places on the Atlantic Ocean, 2 35e Quart 48*

that is why I am running for Commissioner. I Yellow Cooking
believe if the Commissioners will work together 1 ''b" (Save lie)
ONIONS 15
as a body and have a honest, able, sincere developer 2 *
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and contractor to build nice homes for www rv-v-v>x- >* > -v> -o

retirees, we could bring in a good class of retired 100 FREEGIFT 5 50 FREE < 50 FREE
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. With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
MlVtoz. pkg. StoufferV (1) MRS. SMITH'S $5.00 or Mora Food
LOBSTER NEWBERG FROZEN PIES Order
I believe in wise planning and every dollarof Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

the taxpayers money being used for a constructive Sunday, March 1, 1964 Sunday, March 1, 1964 Sunday, March 1, 1964

purpose.


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

. I

Thank You,
Ill'

Herman R. Hunt

Phone 437-3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
U.s. No. 1
BUNNELL
8:00 .m-I tOO p.m.

Patel Nitka Ut' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good Feb. 27,28, 29, Mar. 1, 1964Fuaay



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PACE TEN TJIB FLAGLER. TKltfU lE, BUNNiSU FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 27, 1964
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I ''i;' Star Spangled Banner Hangs--- Cuban Farmer .Iten in the county to boost the I f r success of that industry.Community. -

I' annual gross of $5 million to I

t{', In New Smithsonian Museum, Wins Herefords years.$10 million Local merchants in the next and five the I,If"


t.f ; The original Star Spangled' I, Suwanee's only Cuban farmer county's "big" ranchers raised I(I
earliest known Concord coach. '
\ Banner. . A Mack truck. . Martha has won eight Hereford heifers $7,200 which was used to purchase ; Memorial Church
Coaches of this style stlii are I I
:,1 Washington's watch. . Alex valued at $1,500 in the county'sfirst the quality cattle and lnter.4en.ml>atiil
attacked dally by Indians
or
1.. ,\ ander Graham Bell's telephone bandits and defended by Western annual Livestock Promotion II i j swine given as Incentive prizesto I I AIR CONDITIONEDDaytona

I . The wheel from the battle- Project. the competing farmers. I
heros on the television Ave.
ship Maine. .An entire log ; Since livestock production is H
screen. Manuel Fernandez, a I FLAGLER BEACH
: '. house. the
county's number one income
In an adjoining room are a resident who
owns a 2O.year'l
t These are Just a few of the 180-ton steam locomotive and farm and 43 brood source, Suwannee realizes that I Church Sunday Service School 10:00 A. M.
national treasures and objects future prosperity hinges on the 11:00 A.M.
tender both the hall
so large presented with the heifers at _
of, interest in the Smithsonian I R. W. DICKERT.
had to be built around them. PaatorKVKHYOMt
the awards banquet In Live Oak Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

Institution's magniflclent new The gowns of the First Ladiesof .: February 18, according to Paul SL53 \ Year In Advance WRLCOMK
.!
and Tech-
', Museum of History A
14
the White House
are display. Crews, county agent Fernandezand ----
r nology in Washington, D. C.
; ed In rooms reconstructed from 22 other winners received

The massive building on the I original woodwork taken from purebred livestock as rewardsfor NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

Mall is the home of a permanent the Executive Mansion duringits increased production over
Amerl.I fire insurance policies we write still give the same
exposition showing
:
renovation in the late 1940's.Visitors the past year on their farms.
I ca's cultural, civil, military, and learn that Martha I dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional

political history, and the development Washington's watch had two Second place winner was A. coverage benefits Home Owner's Policy-at very

of science, technology, cases, one enamel and one gold. W. Ross, Sr., who won a Here. little extra cost
and manufacturing. ford bull and cow valued at $1-
The first elevator installed in
Remember, H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help
Banner Carefully PreservedThe the White House stands permanently 000; followed by A. J. Lord, who take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 you
won an Angus bull worth $760.
in of the
Star Spangled Banner is one corner or stop in soon for full details.H. .
First Ladies Hall. Twenty other winners each received -

the museum's centerpiece, the Besides Alexander Graham $\00 value purebred hogs. T. COOK AGENCY
Natlona Georgraphic Society
f I says. The huge flag is unfurled Bell's telephone, world-changing The object of the project is I Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building' :Bunnell, Fla..a .
to stimulate
livestock
; in a 50-foot-hlgh display in the inventions in the new museumare produc-

: rotunda. The precious relic is Whitney's cotton: gin, Morse's --- -----.,...-. ---

i protected by a heavy linen back. telegraph, Hoe's sewing machine, .
\ ing. A soft current of filtered and Henry's electromagnet. A- r t. 'f

1 air keeps it free of dust mong the numerous other de. \ '64 Corvair Monza

vices are a wire recorder madein :;
The 1920 vintage Mack truck 1885 and early disc phonograph

moved under its own power into that sounded "like a par.

( its place in the transportation rot with a sore throat" by Chevrolet

exhibit. Nearby 1912 Sim.
I are a Historic Artifacts

\ plex sports car that could hit The wheel from the Maine is
:
.1 80 miles an hour, and the associatedwith
, one of many objects
, IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, "BV- historical events and per.
leNTil JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK The sourvenlrs include
sons.
J KMmiDA, IW AND FOR KLAOI.KH -
COUNTY. IN ClIANCKIir George Washington's uniform,
NO. 48241MAJIOAN r
1 n. DROWN Thomas Jefferson's writing desk, :
\ I -VI. I' "Intltt, Benjamin Franklin's printing
_
JESSE D. DROWN press, and the coat Andrew
Defendant
nOTICE Jackson wore at the Battle of
IN THR Hum OF TUB STATE New Orleans.
OF KU3HIDA. TO:
JESSE M. ItROWtf, 4001 Fairfax, The museum's log house, with _
Fort Worth 18. Texas .
:
You are hereby; required to an* walls a foot thick, originally was r
ewer herein the Complaint for divorcefiled the home of a miller in New
agalnit you In the __ _
above entitled cause by filing your Castle, Delaware, In 1740. It
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Hunnell, Florida, on or stands in the exhibit tracing
before March 21, 1964, and aervlnr everyday life in America from
a true I'talntlff'ji' attorney, J. BOYD DeUACH. I colonial days to 1900.
102 Hank of New Smyrna
liulldlnir, New Smyrna Beach, Flor I Sure to arouse a visitor's nosJtalgla .
Ida is authentic 19th k
I an
Herein fall not lest a Decree Pro
ConfeMO be entered aralmt you. century'confectionery and ice '
"The Flakier Tribune" U hereby I n
designated a* the newspaper In cream parlor. The shop was a
which thU Notice hall be pubIIlhed landmark In the Georgetown
once a week for tour (4) '
conaerutlve week section of Washington from 1820 4 1 4rA /
WITNKKa hand official
and
imal at Iiunntlt my Flarler County, to 1957, and it is complete downto
I Florida. A.,D.thla 19(4 11th, day of FebruarY i marble topped tables and 6

(OlAclal Snl) 11], A. BMYTI1B I glass jars filled with hard
Clerk of Circuit Court 1
By Julia It. Harvey candy.At .
J. nOYD n.LOACn Deputy Clerk. present, about one fifth of.

803 Dank of Nv Hmyrna Hid*. the total exhibit space in the
New Hmyrna Death Florida
:
Attorney for Plaintiff new building is filled; the rest
Feb. 20.37 & March I-U-Ho will be opened gradually over

i I IN TIIH C1HCUIT COUIT' OFn.Am.KIl the next two years. Future displays
I
I IN CIIANCiilV('UUNTI"J.UUIUA NO 4NIM! will range from military

JUDY ANN JOHNS Plaintiff II III I heraldry to nuclear energy.In .

VII. the meantime, five million
KONALD
KLMEII JOHNS ,
Defendant visitors a year are expected at

NOTim TO iKI'i9NU: I the museum, which is open
THK STATIC OF FIXI(1UA. TO: I
RONALD KLMHU JOIlks.whore every day of the year except
residence and poet office Christmas.
liddrei ate unknown.
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been' filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you BURMESE GOLD LEAF

are hereby with. the required Clerk to rlrhr.o'go answer -, Burmese craftsmen can roll a

and to erve a coy thereof upon lump of gold about the size ofa '64 Corvair Monza Club Coupe
the plaintiff l or plaintiff* attorney.whose ,
name and address !I.: silver dollar into a ribbon of that
(
puts superior traction under
RAY 8KL.DHNBeldon Dulldln gold leaf three-quarters of an you)

Daytona Iteach Floridanot inch wide and 55 feet long.
later than March 14, A. D. 114.
If you fall will to be do entered to decree aralnit proconfeiio PORTUGESE EASTERN PORT Some cars do best on the highway. Others and flat cornering make anything from
you for the relief demanded In the seem tailor-made
for
bill of complaint The nature of Macao, the tiny Portugueseport city driving. rush-hour driving to parking a cinch.

laid WITNESS milt being my for hand divorce.and seal of j on the South China coast, Then there's Corvair-that gets along Take back-road driving. The weight of

y aald Court. this 11th day of is the oldest inhabited outpostin just great most anywhere. Swishing along Corvair's engine bearing down on the rear

I\ ( rnet IUI'U'Clerk of laid K. A Circuit FelbfU-1' the Far East. It was settled a highway. Scurrying around in traffic. wheels gives them remarkable gripping

By Julia Deputy It. about 1557, National Georgraphic Or wading through a soggy trail. power on most any surface, whether it's
.
Feb. 13-10-17 & Mar. 8-4tc says.WAVVWVAWVWWVVVftWVA Take highway driving. Corvair's got a loose,solid,dry,wet-or even snow covered.

' : / bigger new engina with horsepower up Something else you can take note of,

'I | FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT j; nearly 19% in the standard version. But too: There's no radiator to overheat or

: in case figures don't impress you, just wait run dry. No hoses to check or replace. No

AMBULANCE until you head a Corvair for some farneed for an Creeze.The engine's air cooled:

PHONE VAlley 4 1625ST. away places.You'll get the message. Beginning to sound like a car you can

I : SERVICE Take city driving. Corvair's really warm up toT Then there's

AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA trim size, light steering (because . only one thing left to take:a ride

Never be hetitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We the engine weight's in the rear) in one at your Chevrolet dealer's.

f art always at your write with promptness, safety and .
i* 1 THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Cke rrhlet. Cl."... .e"u.c.n..eomu.
If ;:: experience.
, Stt thtm at Chtvroltt Skouroom
vowr
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