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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 12, 1964
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VOLUME 52, NO. 10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 12, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR
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REV. HENRY A. E. leGreves I Legion Post Plans I:1-95 Route Work


Saturday in Anniversary Meet 'I To State Road, i 11 I

HospitalReginald Monday ''Evening Starts TodayWork

E. LeGreves of Ar- Celebrating the 43th annivers on the final of four projects
T Park, North AlA, passed ary of The American Legion I to extend Interstate 05 fromU.
Saturday March 7, at the members of Post No. 115 of Flag. S. 92 west of Daytona Beach
Hospital in Lake City. ler county, will hold a Joint I north 21.6 miles to State Road
was a veteran and a member' meeting,, with the local Auxiliary 11 In Flagler County is expect. !
the American 'Legion Post 115 celebrating the event with a I ed to begin by March 12, the
Bunnell. lie was 77 years of covered dish supper and pro. State Road Dept. announced. I
s I
gram. Road Board Member A. Max

Mr LeGreves was a native of I. Frank Reyes of Jacksonville, Brewer said this project will extend
and had lived in Artesia ''Florida Department Chairman of 'I 1.95 from a point a half
: for a number of years. lie 'I'the Americanism Committee mile north of the Val usia.
rcJ the "Santa Claus Work will be guest speaker for the Flagler County line In a northerly .
there and was well known 'evening.The I direction 5.1 miles to the
l4 his woodwork and hand. : supper will begin at 6:30 SR 11 Interchange. 'I
furniture. As an artist, he I P. M. and the Joint meeting will Construction will Include the
especially known in this start at 8 o'clock. !t building of a four-laned, limited '\
for his pictures done In Post Commander Cora Buckles access roadway with a 120-foot
*,using,, various col. urges all members to attend and dual roadway bridge over SR 11.
pieces of Inlay Instead of brine with them members of I Zinke-Smith, Inc. of Pompano
I I their families and a covered Beach has been awarded the

He is survived by his wife dish. $1,766,638 contract and will have
of Artesia Park; one step. 1 310 working days to complete I
History of Th American I construction.
Legion
er. Kathryn Hummel :
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of Jacksonville. I Forty-flve years ago, World I j Qn February 5, work began I
War 1 servicemen .still in uniform on the initial 1-95
Funeral service was held 'fet : project in
o'clock Monday afternoon from created The American Le I Volusla County the construction :
Johnson Memorial Chapel in i gin at an historic cacus In Paris, I of 5.8 miles of roadway, from
Rev Henry A. Guy, Methodist Conf Park with Rev. Gerald France. The idea of an organization ! I U, S. 92 north to a point south
sonville will conduct a series of revival officiating. Interment fol. of war veterans dedicated of the Tomoka River,
Methodist Church of Bunnell March 15 at the Magnolia Ceme to peacetime civilian service to I Late In February, the Road .,
Howard Porter, pastor, said today in Orange Park. God and Country leaped across Department announced the expected I
Rev. Guy Is an approved Florida Pallbearers were George M. the Atlantic to grow into A dy starting dates of two ad
the Methodist Church. He was a O. K. Herr, Stan Bower namic force for the preservation joining projects. Expected to
ted with E. Stanley Jones In Ashrams, D. Mitchell E. W. Wilson and (Continued on page 10) begin this week one will extend ,
He has made an "Around the World" Wilson. the facility from tho Tomoka I

the birthplace Methodism In England; Craig Funeral Home of Bun Loan Closet River section north to the north
the Holy Land and many other, countries.Race was In charge of arrange Now end of the U. 1, Interchange and ,
tho second will extend 1-95 from 'j
; .. ,. Has More 'Supplies. this point to point a half mile '
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Track Funds .. : Mrs; 'LofJls north ofthe.. VoluslajFlagler
of
r ibr' Citizens Taylor the County line: *: 7**
Flagler County Health Department ,
To Counties to Total cost of the
lour
said those who in need proJect.twUl
b Sees Slides are I
be $7,981,168.jldlewood \'
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of
borrowing supplies from the
Date Is $132,000 I
Appearing on the program at Loan Closet may make arrangements .
State Comtroller Ray E. Green Checking jneetln&R. Flagler Senior Citizens Club by contacting Mrs Duane 'I I: Club
said last Thursday that checksfor I the Circuit Tuesday evening at Deen at phone 437-3228. In case I
$40,000 from the race track 'lowing Flagler Beach Recreation of no answer, they may call Fashion Show
tax fund were being mailed to qualifying were Mr. and Mrs. liar. Mrs. Imogene Strickland at 437-
each of the 67 counties. I ous Grimes of Texas, world 3610 during the daytime. Monday Night "
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I who showed pictures Mrs. Taylor said through the I -
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' The comptroller said total For animal land taken on their Cancer: Society they have been "Pictures of Spring" was the I
> paid to counties to date for the I Ins to Africa. Mr. and Mrs. able to secure throe more hospital j theme for the Idlowood Club's t
current fiscal year Is $132,000.: Coy G. benefit Fashion
are friends of long I beds and mattresses, and Show Monday 1
This, he said, is an increase of For of Rev. and Mrs. E. they expect to receive more supplies night at the Civic Center.
$14,000 over the same period tion, Stanton of Flagler Beach In the near future. Tho fashions were furnished
last year when each county received No one yet I whom they are visiting. The Loan Closet is being provided by Land and Sea Fashions of \
more than $206,000, the trict four There were 47 In attendance through efforts of the Bunnell and Included spring and
highest amount produced In the' For ; the meeting, which was post Flagler Community Nursing summer attire for beach and
history of the race track tax. trict No. 1 one week from the club's I Council and the Cancer Sovlety. swim wear, sports wear for men

qualified meeting date. Author I Supplies and sickroom needs women, and children fashions
Shelton Weasels, from St. Au. I will be available by applying' for the Easter Parade, and also
Joseph.Novak and Lee I I who was scheduled to to 'the Loan Closet representative attire for the spring wedding.
Qtis S. Mrs Leonard
before the club was un Moody was commentator
Dies Hunter i called out of tower for the show. Models
Suddenly For (' i could not appear. were: Mabel Brooks, Hattie King

P.M. I IE. Walton The next meeting will be CIGARETTE TAX Ethel Holden Carol Jean Atkinson
Tuesday 'Is up for I evening March 17. Zachery Holland, Alllda
Joseph Novak of Pelican Beach ; For Tax will be a potluck supper FUNDS TO FLAGLER Tucker Louis Stefllk Cliff Shef.
Motel Marlneland, passed;away I I D. D. ) (I at 0 p. m., to be fol Although the collection In field, Jr., Lynda Knight, Susan
unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon I assessor. ( by games January of cigarette taxes Ml Brannam, Lynn Orem, Kathy .
after a heart attack. I For Tax 'short about half a million dol. Knight, Beth Knight Carolyn 1
Dale B. I lars, the mMnldpalltle of Flag- Sheffield, Maxine Buckles Margaret .
Mr. Novak was born in War For Books let county received from this Cleffff, Sarah Mattel, Pam

-.. saw, Poland and was veteran I Incumbent source the following amounts; White, Cng Robertson and Jim
of World War II lie had resided For Now OpenMrs. Bunnell J2.320.6-l: ; Beverly Brown.

at Marlneland about a T. 1C ( Gladys Been, supervisor Beach $08.76; Flagler Beach tin Louts Friedman at the
there from Little I For Su piano furnished tho
going background
year registration of Flagler county, I$823.52; Marlneland J10151( and
Falls N. J. He was 58 years I Imogene the registration books are Painters Hill $9.64.AIRMAN music for the show. Frederick
of age, and was a member of i 1 i Dee They will remain Fruits presented two piano number
The American Legion Post 108 I understood open. I and Susie Peterson gave a
through April 4th then
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Little Falls. I election. tap specialty number.
until after the .
I I May prr- SLOVAK Gift certificates were furnish
He Is survived by his wife. ed by Land and Sea Fashions
STAYS IN AIRFORCE I
two Bunnell The office is
from
Ethel; his mother Jean; open 8:30: for Door prixe They were won
brothers Stanley and Ted all 4:30 Monday through Satur Airman First Claw Cyril M. by Thea Ildn, Dean Holland
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of Marlneland. Also surviving Will each week Mrs. Deen said. Slovak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gwen King and Mrs, Theo Heln
is a stepdaughter, Elizabeth not already registered Jerry J. Slovak of Bunnell has Proceeds from the show will
Shaw of West Patterson N. J.. will Burnell be I: wishing to vote In the May re-enlisted In the U.S. Alrforce I I be used by the Idiewood dub
and a stepson, Robert Black, of sons In : may register at any for another term of service following for their community projects
Little Falls, N. J. between now and April, his selection for career
evening. ) I ken said. I status
The body was shipped Wednesday Shelton I
Airman Slovak student In i
I : a abllltle and Job performance
to Little Falls for funeral All
Testa at Marlneland! have
:the 3401th School Squadron at Only flrst-term airmen Judgedto
and Interment Parker Funeral 1 members
that the blindfolded por- Keesler AJTJ Miss was approved have superior .
i career potential
Home there will be In charge. urged to I can swim at high speed I for continued service by a are allowed to enlist
Local arrangements were under and honor a maze of underwater 'selective
reenlistment board. Slovak, a graduate of Bunnell
direction of Craig Funeral *, using echo-location The b tomb
after the .
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,, BtJNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 12, 1954
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-- sure of what he Is buying. I 1 II I--der. Not Included in the regu 'springs and mattresses. Refrlge.

Every type of bureau, bedS I lations are musical Instruments, rators, air conditioners;, pictures,
stead, desk, cabinet, table, and radios, television sets, mirrors, lamps elocksj rugs and drape. t

4SPOR3BT chair Is subject to the new or.BUNNELL- cedar chests, metal cots, bed. des are not affecjed!L either.

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RECREATION SPRING BASEBALL

.N"Q'lt : MIDGET LEAGUE SCHEDULE .:* ,? I

: jS : :' All games to start at 3:50: P.M. No Inning to start after 5:00 P. M. Each. team 'must' have

nine players at field at 4:00 P. M, not to forfeit game.
( Leslie Poche) the league who had only one I
pitcher. Elenbach is the only j Monday, March 2Thursday Wadsworth Lumber Co. Vs. Shelton's MarketVs.
I SECOND
WADSWORTH WINS
I southpaw pitcher in the league March 5 Baker's 5 & 10Shelton's Wadsworth lumber Co.
GAME OF THE SEASON 9.2
Monday, March 9 Market Vs. Baker's 5 & ,10
Wadsworth will meet Shelton
Wadsworth Lbr. Co. won their
Vs. Wadsworth Lumber
Thursday, March 12 Shelton's Market Co.
second straight came of the sea. Supermarket Thursday looking Monday, March 16 Baker's 5 & 10 Vs. Shelton's Market
son over Baker 5 & 10 boys 92. for third win. Thursday, March 19 Wadsworth Lumber Co. Vs.: Baker's 5 & 10
Kirk Robertson hit a base. Monday, March 23 Baker's 5 & 10 )I r'Vs. Wadsworth Lumber Co.
loaded home run, the first of BAKE $.10 WINS OVER
Lumber Co. Vs. Shelton's
Thursday, March 26 Wadsworth MarketS
the Cousin Robert. SHELTONS 9-5 '
season. Greg Monday, March 30 Shelton's Market Va. Baker's 5 & 10
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In with
two
son chipped long Wetherington, pitchingtwo I rhursday, April 2 Wadsworth Lumber Co. 'Vs. Shelton's MarketVs.
triples. Chip Johnston hit his hit ball, and striking out Monday, April 6 Baker's 5 & 10 Wadsworth Lumber Co.
first midget league home run 10 and with a big seven inning Thursday, April 9 Shelton's Market Vs. Baker's 5 & 10
which was a dandy. Ty Whit- rally was Just too much for the Monday, April 13 Shelton's Market Vs Wadsworth Lumber Co.
aker hit homer for Baker with
a Shelton Supermarket and the Thursday, April 16 Baker's 5 & 10 I Vs.. Shelton's Market
the bases empty. Butch Hornsby 5-10 got their first win ot the Monday, April 20 Wadsworth Lumber Co. Vs. Baker's 5 & 10
earned his second win. Butch '
season 95. Thursday, April 23 Baker's 5 & 10 Vs. Wadsworth Lumber Co.
also struc kout six
Monday, April 27 Wadsworth Lumber Co.Shelton's Vs. Shelton's Market
Joe Arnold, showing rare form, John Geller lost his controlin .
Thursday, April 30 Market Vs. Baker's 5 & 10
came through with his second the third, walking five and
hit Tommy Bratcher did a good giving up three hits, giving Baker May 7th League Champs Vs. League All Stars

job of catching for Russ Wether- an eight run lead. Mike Leslie Z. Pache. , Director. Bunnell Recreation
ington. Bakers missed George Kelly took over and put out the t

Wetherington who was* out with fire. Shelton put on a rally in !fill! .T "fY'V '7-S i m
the mumps. the fourth Inning.Ty .

First year players looking goodIn Whitaker picked up a hot Insects ravaging yourpotato fields? '
action early in the season
grounder hit by Greg Crews to
are: L. Jones, Jay Townsend J.
shut off the rally. Both teams
Baker, J. Bratcher, Mike Bacon,
looked good in action. With hot
A. Alklns, Z. Kelly, P. McCoy,
all will
weather coming up boys ,
G. Crews, D. Improta, W. Pel. I
show more zing and pep.
llcer. ,
Russell Elenbach was tradedto Midget League Standing
Baker 510. Wadsworth got Won Lost %
Perry Allman In exchange. The Wadsworth 2 0 1000

5.10 (team wail the only one in I, Bakers 1 2 500 .
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Shelton Market 0(2( 000 .,', .

'P. Htd :
I Furniture Has
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES I

LONDONCHRISTIAN New RegulationsTo


Protect BuyerBe

sure to read the tags and
labels carefully if you plan to I
buy furniture after March 15.
After that date, labels and hang
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tags will give more descriptive \ I ',.
MONITORInteresting
information than they ever have
before, says Mrs. Gladys Ken. j ,
dall, marketing specialist with I .
the University of Florida's Agricultural >
Extension Service.A .
k.FIGHTBACKI-
table with a solid walnut
top and pecan legs can lo
Accurate longer be called "walnut but
must be classified as "walnut

Complete top"-"pecan legs." Coveringsof
a blend of nylon and other

International News CO",.,. I fibers can no longer be describedas
"nylon." When non-leather
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The Chrlitlon Science Monitor material has the look of leather,
On Norway St., Boston IS. Mou. I the exact makup of the fabric

Send your newspaper for the time must be spelled out on the tag,
checked. Enclo ed find my chICk or in exact terms, such as "imita
money order. Q 1 year $22. tion leather" "not leather,"
D 0 months ill)| D 3 months $5.50 S
"vinyl covering, or "upholsteredIn
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NomeAddrus The Federal Trade Commis.

_. . -- -- slon for the household furniture

,. :. Industry says the new rules will
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deception. With the new
-' State regulations the consumer car{ be I II '




I wish to thank you, the Citizens of ORTHO Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects. \


Flagler Beach for the confidence Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon mores into the plant's system to kill

insects that hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato \

you have so recently placed in me. pests..and because of systemic action your workers can be back in the fieldsin

a matter of hours. Rain won't wash it off,either.

As a member of your City Commis- J& Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to

mix. Because it's absorbed quickly it's less harmful to .
sion I shall do my utmost to fill this
bees and other beneficial insects. Phosphamidon is com

office of trust with diligence and iilij patible with most of your other pesticides. And it's very

OR1H0 effective in small dosages. So why hassle with combination :

honor. PHOSPNkMI00U sprays Get the spray that gets potato insects coming

.. .%. ., .* : I and,going: ORTHO Phosphamidon.

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Thursday, March 12, 1964 THE FLAGLBR TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREEHow
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To Care For their foliage rather than their tain both aspects, use an equal dltioning unit Is operating. 161ft. plants, Jolper\ advises that plants
flowers. They are usually na amount of coarse sand or per. er emphasizes that any increase should be put MAr windows for
Household Plants tive to tropical rain forests, lite for drainage and peat for in air moslture in the house is maximum' sunlight or placed
/Yi where they thrive in an environ retaining water. beneficial to the plants.He under strong inoadescent or fluo
i (By Jack Horan) ment of high temperature and Water plants often enough to recommends nonporouspots rescent lights. Insufficient light
Household plants are very humidity, receive half the In. keep the soil moist, but never I because more water is lost results in light green plants,
Ex i particular in their living and I[tensity of full sunlight, and I enough to have water standingin through the side of porous pots, leggy growth and small leaves.
r.., a .:4:. eating habits, and sometimes grow in predominately acid, I II the pot. Feed your plants such as clay, than through na t Plants should be kept out of
; ; baffle their worried owners I porous, organic soils. light applications of a highly tural transpiration by the plant. cold drafts in the winter months.
" I,..;..'. when they look sickly. I These are the' conditions we soluble fertilizer available at The soil will remain moist long. Repeated variations in temperatures .
!"> If you're having trouble keep. should try to simulate In our most garden supply stores. Fre er periods of time, helping to will cause plant Injury,
'I ing your plants in good health, i home for best results in grow. quent applications are better keep higher humidity around says Joiner.
maybe you're not caring for;. Ing household plants, says Dr. than large quantities which are the: basal parts of the plants.
: them properly, says Dr. J.' N. Joiner.A seldom applied. Symptoms of over or under wa The dragonflsh exhibited at
Joiner, associate ornamental hor soil mixture that permits I Relative humidity inside the tering are marginal dleback and Marlneland has 18 poisonous
I ticulturist with the Florida good drainage, yet will hold a average home is almost equalto dropping of older leaves. spines which can cause a serf
., ricultural Experiment Ag'l high amount of moisture for I desert areas, especially when Since most homes are too.:ous and even fatal wound to a
Most plants are grown root growth is needed. To ob I a heating'system or air con dark for the best growth of I(I human being i

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PAGE<.FOUR! TUB FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, ;Marih 42, 1964

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Viking Runs Are smithy.! One house measured about L'Aaie aux Meadows, a few country where they bought an supposedly, who help run the
00 by 46 feet and had agreat miles west of Cape Bauld. old inn. Inn. An art treasure is even 1
hall in the Viking style. "Theory is nice," Dr. Instad The main problem Is Nadine, found in the house.
On
Discovered Some of the house sites con reflected, "but a man always the wife, who during the war If you are interested in findIng
Foundland tained stone fireplaces and "em needs to have some luck In life.I had fallen in love with her hus out it Nadine stays with her
New ber plts.-emall square stone was lucky. band's brother. Ludlla, the family and why the two helpersare
}j Discovery In New Foundland holes where coals were kept mother of the brothers and posing as husband and wife

,of the remains of a thousand. alive at night The ember pits THE BOOK NOOKHIROSIIIMR guardian of the whole family, and how the art treasure turnsa
.year-old Norse settlement offersa are strikingly similar to those tries to straighten out the pro!) storage room into a lovely
solution to an old historical found in Norse houses in Green lem. She was the one who persuaded chapel, read Pilgrims Inn. I
puzzle: Did Vikings visit North lahd. (By John Hersey) them to buy Pilgrims Inn found it most interesting and
America some 500 years before The smithy, equipped with a This is the story about the in the hope that the inn would hope you will also.
Columbus' voyage? stone anvil, was found In a dropping of the first atomic !help Nadine forget her past love Ii IiI Library Assistant,
Archeologists have long sandbank close to a river. In bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, on I and remain with her faithful Evelyn Herrington.
I j the vicinity were several hun August 6, 1945. The opening of husband and children.At I
thought the Viking did. But until -
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has dred pieces of slag and small the story is on the dawn of the the inn many things have Glass fiber-one of the most
now, no ope come up
with Incontrovertible proof-actual bits of iron. Extensive depositsof morning of the drop. been happening. People have versatile manufacturing mate
ruins or burials bog-iron, or iron nodules, lie The people were up and about I been coming to stay, among rials-was unknown to house
Dr. Helge Ingstad, a veteran in marshy areas near the stream. : doing their regular chores when them an artist and his daughterand wives and drapers until the
,t Norwegian explorer from Oslo)' Close by the smithy was r a' pit: it happened! The bomb was re also a man and his wife, early 1930's.ANNOUNCING.
with a thick layer of charcoal, leased. The first thought that
hot only has found ruins; they
are perhaps the remains of a evidently a place where charcoalwas ran through the minds of the
settlement founded by Lelf Eric- made to refine the iron. people was to run for cover, but
son himself. Dr. Collins said that neither before their very eyes all of the .
Eskimos nor Indians knew how cover disappeared.What .
Dr. Ingstad's findings are :
I to extract iron ore from the bog
happened to these pea
strongly supported by Dr. Junius I AM A CANDIDATE FOR
is he added
deposits. It unlikely,
Bird, Curator of Archeology at ple? Did anyone survive? What .
the American Museum of Na that later Europeans would !were the events that led up to
tural History, and Dr. Henry B. have employed such a primitive I the dropping of the bomb of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Collins, a Smithsonian Institu !technique. "total destruction"?! For the answer I
tion anthropologist. Virtually no artifacts were to these questions won't ,
They were present at a press found, probably because highly you come to the library and I OF FLAGLER COUNTY .

conference In the National Geographic acid topsoil and porous subsoil check out this book? ". ;" ,' .' ':
Society's headquarters, acted together to destroy them, Library Assistant, I SUBJECT, .. TO MAY PRIMARIES
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Washington, D.C., when Dr. Ing Dr. Bird explained. With the ex. Jack Abbott. "\
stad formally announced his discoveries ceptlon of a few carbonized bone "
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and conclusions. fragments, even the bones of PILGRIMS INN COY G. HARRIS

Fits Icelandic Sagas kitchen refuse obviously have (By Elizabeth Goudge)
Dr. Ingstad said the site near leached away and ,disappeared. This is a story of a family after I
Your Consideration Will Be Appreciated.
Enough material was found,
small World War I, trying to settle
L'Anse aux Meadows, a
fishing village at the northerntfp I however, to make a series of down to a normal routine again.I Paid Political Adv. .'
of the island of Newfound radiocarbon measurements. The The family has moved to the
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readings all cluster around the -
land, closely fits the descriptionof
year 1000, with the latest estimated .
Left Erlcson's settlement in I
Icelandic at 1080, plus or minus OJ --
sagas.
I 70 years. 1

I Moreover, radiocarbon datingof indicates Viking Sea Rovers Equipment ', J'A
charcoal from the ruins Compact
The who flourished
that the site was occu Vikings, .
from the 9th to 11th centuries
t when ,
pied around A. D. 1000,
Leif and other Viking seafarers were explorers and colonizers as Increases Efficiency
traditionally sailed from Green well as sea-roving warriors. The
I Norwegians pushed westward to
land to North America.
Iceland and Greenland where __
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V L'Anse Meadows VV V V
Dr. Bird said aux
Eric the Red established the .andSaves V
;/+ would have been a natural
about .
first colony 987.
landfall for mariners making .
It from the Greenland
without was
.the dangerous journey
settlement that his son Left

navigating The settlement instruments.was near distinguishing Ericson, called Lelf the Lucky, Costly Space
and others sailed westward to
landmarks, notablya
large isle, that cannot be confused a new landfall, according to the
I with others along the Icelandic sagas Once dismissedas "
coast. Thus Vikings setting out fanciful, the sagas now are
for Newfoundland could have generally accepted as having a ti
\ Instructions. factual base. f' ti j
been given precise
, I' ,As Dr. Bird said, "You can't miss One saga relates how Lelf, in < I
\ it." about 1000, discovered a strangenew ,';v' !

( Dr. Ingstad, who 'has been investigating land he called Wlneland, 0/ ,: 4
I Arctic regions since or Vlnland. Leif Vlnland has ,. :
1926, began his Intensive search been variously located at many ]

for Norse settlements in 1960. different places along the coast ........,. ,.---.
Ills first three expeditions were from Chesapeake Bay to Hudson " '
supported by Norwegian contributions Bay. Most scientists have
; one also was assistedby placed it In Cape Cod and Rhode ---1
the Arctic Institute of North Island, where wild grapes grow.
theorized that \:
America. But Dr. Ingstad ,< 't 4
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I Ills work in 1963 was sponsor. Vlnland was farther north, probably " <" ,; I

ed principally by the National in northern Newfoundland.Aided ta
Geographic Society, with Nor by an old Icelandic map,
wegian aid and grants from the he made a systematic examina -, .r", Q Q '
Government of Newfoundland. tion of the coasts of Rhode Island '- .. ,a.--'A..7Q. ad.

Great Viking Hall Nova Scotia, Quebec, New- -" 'Q'.r'tA.
The four expeditions have excavated foundland, and Labrador. .1" .
traces of nine structures, Dr. Ingstad's palntaking efforts n.! A.

I only a few inches below the were rewarded when he
sandy surface, and a primitive found traces of an old site at
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with a swimming pool and I fl.I .
Japanese' Dog I sports car.Nowadays.

Becomes I Akitas are so ef- QUANTITY
PopularIn
I fectionately regarded as loyal 1 I WEGIVESHELTON'T RIGHTS

United States I companions and protectors of i RESERVED
I
home that they have come toI
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Japan's most unusual state I symbolize health and happiness.The OP
PRICES GOOD
treasures are literally barking I sick often receive a small

their way Into the hearts of statue of an Akita as a get.well VALUE GROCERY Thursday, Friday

Americans.In gesture. Akita statues are also and SaturdayMarch

Japan, Akita dogs 'have a presented as gifts for newborn 12, 13, 14

status usually reserved for pub. babies. STAMPS Phone see

lic monuments and master. The powerful dogs can pull 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.

works. A champion is declareda heavier sledge loads than most

"National Art Treasure" and ,I huskies. Akitas are as much at "Your Friendly Co-op Store11LYKE'S

made a ward of the government. home in subzero weather as In

The the desert since their double
prize-winning canine cannot
6 TO 8 LB. SMOKEDPICN1CSLb29
be taken out of the country.The coat changes thickness with the
climate.

pampered pets weigh 100 Good natured, courageous, and !,
pounds and look something like '
I intelligent, Akitas are often

arctic sledge dogs. 1.used as seeing.eye dogs and in I

Dogs Had Own Attendants police and army work. Webbed >

feet make the dogs powerful !
Rarely seen In the United swimmers
for lifesaving duty.
States prior to World War II, I

the Akita is an increasingly Can Hunt Bear

popular breed here. Some 600 of
Thanks to keen sight, smell, I
them are registered in the Center Rib
Rib End
and Akitas
hearing, are superb
United States, according to the I
retrievers and hunters of small

:." ' ese Akita As cavemen early Club as of 5000 America used B.C primitive,, Inc.Japan can and large bring game.down a Trained black pairs bear Pork Chops 59* Pork Chops 39 :'

and hold it at bay until the
:: Akltas as hunting dogs, the National hunter arrives. .

Geographic Society re U. S. Choice Round U. S. Choice Rib I
Akitas
have
a husky body
i, ports. Noblemen trained the big
! .dogs to hunt wild boar and I much like German. Shepherd "
but with the massive head ofa *
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deer. A special language called 79 STEAKS 79World'
"Dog Words" was used exclusively sledge dog. They move witha
... brisk, effortless gait, ears up,
in training Akitas.
tail curling over back. ColorIng
Only royalty could afford Best Ground Smoked
varies from black to fawn, red,
them at one time. Each dog

was served by special attend and white. ". o0
{ $

::."{;, I ants attached, and to great its ceremony training was and Akita The Province Akita is on named the main after BEEF 39 Hocks 3tk I ,

Japanese island of Honshu.
\. feeding.By .

World War II, Akltas were' 1 '
available to all. But Japanese Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune "YOUR FAVORITE FLORIDA GRADE "A" FOLGER'SCOFFEE
I S3L50 A Year In Advance
families with a well.bred Akita
DETERGENT" MEDIUMEGGS
gained considerable social status IN Till COUNTY JUDCJFTS! COURT
IN AND FOR FLAGLKR i'OUN-
somewhat like an American
TY. FLORIDA. IN I'HOIIATK.
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IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT !SEVRNTII IN HE-: Estate< of TIDE I Can
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF MAUV1N EARLE OOLDINO,
FLORIDA IN AND FOR KI.ACJ- Deceased,
I I.FU COUNTY. IN CIIANCKIIY NOTICE OF RNTRY OF ORDER OR YOUR CHOICE

"" ... ELIZA NO. 4837 LEE HARI I OF ADMINISTRATIONUNNKCK91ARY! Giant 2Dot. INSTANT 10 OZ. JAR .
Plaintiff. All persons having claims or dmanda .-
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" ...... .. ., a against the estate of MAH 87
'I I EUGENE HAHP, J VIN KAIlL.fi COWING the above. Size, $129
Defendant named d.cf'dent1 are hereby notified
NOTICE OK SUIT that an order of administration unnecessary -
IN TUB NAME OF THE STATEOF liT. been entered by the

TO: EUOKNE FLORIDA HARP whole reel- Honorable feera: the K.total McKnlght cash ,value county of Limit one with purchase Limit Two DozenPlease Limit One of Your Choice

la 311 Cumberland Street Harrla- la $51500; that the of $5.00 or more food With Purchase of $5.00
burg; Pennsylvania.You name and addresses of those to
are hereby notified that a whom laid estate has been a.. order Or More Food Order
suit haa this day been Instituted signed by such order are aa fol-
against In this cause by Eliza lows: Nondaa H Ooldlnsr, HO Palmetto
Lee Harp Out: nature of the suit Avenue, Flaglef Beach, Flor
la a suit for divorce, you are hereby ida
required to answer or otherwise, March 5. 19(4.Nondaa Everfresh (Big 15 Oz.) Jim Dandy Pillsbury ,
plead In this cause on or before, It Gold Inc. '
April IS. 1X4 and to a copy March I.U-nU-He QUICK CANNED 1
of IJrK -----
your answer or upon ANGEL FOOD .
Fred It. Brannon, Jr., Itox 80S. New NOTICE OK INTENTION TO
Smyrna Beach Florida. Solicitor HKUIHTKIt! FICTITIOUS! NAME
for Plaintiff. This notice shall be In compliance with House Dill
publlahed once a week for tour No. 1175. Chapter 10981. Laws of GRITS BISCUITS
consecutive week In "The Flagler Florida Acts of 1(41, aa amended.
Tribune. Ithe I j I undersigned will register with CAKE39C
WITNESS my hand and aeal this the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
2nd day of March A. D. 1961. ., and for Flagler County Florida,
E. A. 8MYTHB upon receipt of proof of publicationof 1 Lb. Each '
Clerk of the Circuit Court this noticethe following I 5e gg
Dy Julia It Harvey tltloua name.
Deputy Clerk. lilnga TownClenda Motel locatedat Each
March Arteala Park North A1A, FlorIda
1.12.1t.I--4to
--- under which I will engage in Limit Two Please Limit Four Please
I\ TUB CIRCUIT COURT OKFLAf'LKR the business of a moteland
.'OV TY, FI.OKIDA that the undersigned lt I la the
IN ellA'CEnv: NO. 4KANOELO only person Interested In said
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OIALDELkA. bualneaa.
Plaintiff, Dated at nun nell, Florida, thus Kellogs CornFLAKES
*. trd day of March A.D. IM4 .
SUSIE. M. GAU>EUA.Defendant. N. I). SnOWs. r
NOTICE TO I1KKKMITHK MARCH I-U-U-U-UP I 2 Boxes 39C

STATE OF FUWIDA. TO. NOTICE OF BID! WANTED
SUSIE M. OILADELLA Notice la hereby given that the Golden Yellow (Fancy)
IS Meadow Drive East Flagler Mosquito Control Lb.
Waterford. Connecticut trlct. Doard of Commissioners will BANANAS fOe c 46 Ox Cans Orange Crape
rcu* (Wt ) ,
You are hereby notified that a accept fean: 1eld at the office located -
suit haa been filed against you In north of Flagler .
the above entitled cause; and youare lieach on Highway! AlA up to and Ctn I
hereby until 1.00 o'clock. P. S. lisrea. I*. Yellow Medium Cooking DRINK 4 $100
ewer with the Ut'ikt :Ihr.o'tot: : 1M4. or postmarked prior to that
and to serve a copy thereof upon time and date for the follwlnc
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney equipment: ONIONS Lb. Z e
whoa name and address la: Three-quarter Ton One (1)
RAY SELDEN pickup truck Standard shift, Leaf
Lucky Apple
Selden Building Four wheel drive 710 x II Red BagAPPLES
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Tlr... Term: Cash Quote
later than April 4th, A.D. 1>... with lrlnt.without trade-in. 4 Lb. 25 Ox.
It you fall to do ao. decree pro Duds opened at the office 49* SAUCE 29e
confeaao will be entered aralnat .t 1:00 P. JL on Wednesday:. March Bag Jar
you for the relief demanded la the Itth. 1M4. Successful bidder; will
bill of complaint The nature of be notified following the DlatrlcVa
aid tuft being for divorce. tabulation of blda. -:-=.=-x.xx.o.Xq..o:;:; r/->>X':'>>:':;'>>:O-:':;':' I
WITNESS my hand and seal of The District reeervea the right
aid Court this Ird day of MarchA. to reject any and all bids and to FROZEN FOOD }
.P. 1 waive any Informalities In bidding. } 5OFREE \ 5OFREETOP
'rSYTTUF: lIr.ate4 this llth day of February Mr. G 10 Ox. FRENCH J

( Clerk Seal of> said Circuit CourtOfficial fast Ftagltr Ko.qltoCoDtrol Ea. 't TOP VALUE STAMPS ff, VALUE STAMPS

By Julia ?. DlatrUt. FRIES of With Purchase of
1f.Deputy Clerk Moody Chairman. 10e $ With purchase
March I-U.n.U-He Feb.One March: l-l>-Jte < ((3)) Cut-up > (4)) Cans of 12 Oz.

I Autocrat ICE \ Fryers: ?, Niblet W. K. Corn

I I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

24 Hour CRM59cG' i ; Saturday, Mar. 14, 1964 Saturday, Mar, 14, 1964

Wrecker Service '1:e:.l'J.Jr>.r err l 3>r:;.Yh 4 Y.q.heX.'h.yhe :.:,>>>>:.:.:<<.:.>>>>:.;,x-.o


25FREE \ 25FREETOP j i SOFREETOP

Truck & Tractor Co.
Flagler I TOP VALUE STAMPS J I VALUE STAMPS i I VALUE STAMPS

MASSEY.FERGUSON With Purchase of With Purchase of ;! With purchase of

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Lyke's 1 Lb. Roll Pure j 2 Ib Kraft I$ $5.00 or More Food

Pork Sausage
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Coupon Void After t$ Coupon Void After .\ Coupon Void After

Owner Bunnell, Florida I Saturday, Mar. 14, 1964 f Saturday, Mar. 14, 1964 /5 Saturday, Mar. 14, 1964
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I II BEST MEATS
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FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL GARDEN CLUBWORKSHOP ffiJ.PRICES
HONOR ROLL FOR THE II
FOURTH SIX WEEKS PERIOD The Flagler Beach Garden .
Fourth grade-Sue Ellen Seale. Club will have a workshop on
Fifth grade-Patrick Duncan, March 19th at 10 A. M. at the I
Linda Smith, Vicky Perritt, Sandra Flagler Beach Recreation Center.. GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS \
Abbott, Pam McDaniel, All members are asked to attend THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
Frederick Fruits. and to bring materials for. MARCH 12, 13, 14, 1964
Sixth grade-Mike Bell, Don the workshop. They are also requested '
Filkins, Janet Sue Haines, to bring a sandwich.
na Faye lIutcheson, Debbie Lucas, Our Tender Flavorful Meat Just Can't Be Beat

Ann Meekins, Chris Martel, Barbara JUNIOR GIRL
Wilson. SCOUTS ON HIKE
The Junior Girl Scout Troop Florida Grade "A" D and D U. S. Grade Choice
YWA PRESENTS WHITE BIBLE I 968 enjoyed a hike Saturday, WHOLE RIB OR CLUB .
TO MISS JUDY STRYKER February 29, to Wayside Park on
The Young Woman's Auxiliary Highway 11. They were accompanied Lb. Lb. *
presented a white gift Bible to by their scoutleader, Mrs. Fryers 29 STEAKS 79
Miss Judy Stryker in a candle. Bob Whitney, :and Mrs. Joe Seale,
light ceremony last Sunday evening Mrs. Don Kaufman and Mrs. Limit 3 Please
at the First Baptist Church. Leonard Johnson. Western Corn Fed
Mrs. A. F. Stevens led the Those hiking were Sandra Abbott >
SLICED CENTER CUT RIB
Palm River
ceremony after the candles were Charlotte Dodlmead, Debra I
lit by Miss Nancy Fleurle and Johnson, Carol Kirkpatrick, Sher- *; .
Miss Brenda Aaron. The white rte Lindsey, Pam McDaniel, Judy BACON 45 Pork Chops 69
Bible was presented to Miss Owens, Mary Ann Kurtz, Vicky

Stryker by Mrs. Robert Rumlll, Perritt, Penny Parrish, ,Linda Sue 2 Lbs. For........................................ 89c
counselor. Smith, Eula Lee Moody
Pure Pork
Copeland's
Scripture readings were by Ellen Seale, Donna Whitney and
Mrs. Judson Stryker, Jr., Miss Pam Sheeler. Mrs. Leonard Lyke's Fully Cooked Boneless ROLL (Hot or Mild)
Marie Fleurle, Miss Elaine Fral- Moody Joined the girls for lunch. CANNED L4.
ley, Miss Brenda Aaron and Miss u. SAUSAGE 39<
89
Nancy Fleurle. Mrs. George Moody, Sr., has ics 3 $1
"Holy Bible, Book Divine" and I returned to her home after Cal,
"0 Perfect Love" were sung by spending three weeks visiting
Miss j Margie Schatz accompanied relatives in Montgomery, Ala. GOLD MEDAL
by'Miss Fay Bass at the pi She also had a brief visit in CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE
ano. The benediction was by fort Walton with her brother
Rev. A. F. Stevens. and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. FLOURPLAIN
HONORED Newton Hall. Mr. Moody met
JUDY STRYKER her in Fort Walton and accom-
WITH A BRIDAL SHOWER panted her to their home last _
OR SELF RISING
The Young Woman's Auxiliary Monday.

last Miss Saturday Judy Stryker afternoon, daughter honored of BAPTIST CHURCH I 1 Lb 49 5 Lb. :

Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stryker, Sr. Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. 39
with a bridal shower at the First and morning worship is at 11 o' Can Bag .
\ Baptist Church. clock with Rev. R. F. Stevens, !
I The theme used for the occasion pastor. Training Union is at 6:15: \ J'
was "Queen of Hearts.". and evening worship..*t 7:30.: ] .Limit One'With. "'.. Your $5.00 g: .1 Limit One W'th" Your $5.00or '
J I The "Queen's Throne" was decorated *or More Food Order
More Food Order
with fancy red and white I An Easter Music Program Is
, hearts topped with a red umbrella planned for Easter night at 7:30.: 303 Green Giant Whole K. Golden . ? ,
with white net. A huge heart. Special practices have been
j decorated sprinkling can centered called for Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Cans
the gift decoration and white I II and Saturday at 6:30: p.m. at Corn 6 $100 PEAS 85ftCans $1 oo
I heart shaped cake and red I the church. Choir director Judson .
I' punch added to the theme. Stryker, Jr., has extended a Limit 6 Please I
Mrs. Robert Rumlll greetedthe special invitation to anyone who Limit 5 Please
guests at the door and Miss would like to take part in the Folger's InstantCOFFEE Lipton's (48 Ct.)
Nancy Fleurle was in charge of
the games. Prizes were won by program. 1 'kg. *
$139
Mrs. John Baggett, Mrs. Henry COMMUNITY CHURCH I Jar Tea Bags 59
Shill, Mrs. Bennie Clay and Miss Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M.
J Diane Springer. with classes for all ages. Worship -I
Those serving the refreshmentswere service, at 11 o'clock with HUNT'S STOKELY'STOMATO
Mrs. Rumlll, Miss Fleurle, ,
Rev. R. W. Dickert pastor.
Mrs. Judson Stryker, Jr., and SAUCE TOMATO JUICE
I Mrs. Clarence Weaver. CARD OF THANKSI

DINNER PLANNED FOR and wish the Liquor to thank Dealers all my Association friends. 80z.$00 460z.OO
I 10 1 4
NEXT THURSDAYThe of Flagler County for their CaRS Cans
; Men's Club of the Flagler cards and flowers at the deathof
J. Beach Methodist Church will my mother, Mrs. Joseph Tudls Limit 10 Please' Limit 4 Please
have an old fashion corned beef It was all greatly appreciated.
lir and cabbage dinner next Tues. Mildred Shropshire. 303 Shurfine 46 Oz. Delmonte Blended

day, March 17. FRUIT PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
\ It will be at the church from
11 to 1 P.M., and will be a do. THANK YOU For 0 For *
nation dinner. Everyone Is in. Thanks for your vote of confidence Cocktail 5 $1 Drink 3 99

vited. as your commissioner of
Flagler Beach. I promise to rep
ANNUAL FIREMENS DANCE resent you to the best; of my FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE -
IS, SET ,FOR APRIL 3rd
ability.
Morton Chicken Turkey Beef Fresh
The Flagler Beach Volunteer Willis A. McDowell. Tender

,'Firemen dance have for planned Friday, April their 3rd.annual POT PIES Z Pies i 3ge POLE BEANS Lb. 19c

It will be In the recreation PETERSON TEXACO Sara Lee Large Juicy
j center from 9 to 1 P.M. The SERVICE .
Bunnell Dance Band will furnishthe ROAD SERVICE POUND CAKE 69c LEMONS Doz. 29C
music and tickets are avail- Mechanical Work
Light
able from any fireman or. by Phone 4373441 BunntU McKenzie Cut or Whole Fresh Crispy

calling 4392245. OKRA 2 10 pkg.<. 39C CARROTS 3 II PkgsCel.jS

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Dr. F. A. Reynolds is announcing the --r.r.": ,/\1'. ...,,.

opening of a branch office at 50 EXTRA .50!j::; too FREE Extra 100 :. : 50 EXTRA SO

158 West Granada S & H GREEN STAMPS :. S & H GREEN STAMPS :
Ormond Beach S & H GREEN STAMPS
With this coupon and : With this
coupon and With this and
will be coupon
I The.BunncH" Office open Your Purchase of One =I Your Purchase of One Your Purchase of $5.00 or
.; Monday 'Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Broom or Mop ::j Picnic Jug of Your Choice More Food Order, Cigarettes

'Ormond Office will be open ''. Coupon Expire := Coupon Expires Excluded

Wednesday and Saturday Saturday, March 14, 1964 :.= Saturday, March 14, 1964; Saturday Coupon, March Expire 14, 1964

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IN APPRECIATIONI '1GO. DURABLE TIMBER

would like to thank the voters These "pkm r" ohms and Teak, an extremely durable
of Bunnell for theft excellent other strains were gradually timber, has been used in India
o turnout during the City improved and developed into the for 2, 00 or more years, the National .

Election March 3, lOOt ef&ctent modern breeds we have Geographic says. Pieces
LOCAL And a special thank you to today, Wilson says. of teak beams 1,000 years old

the voters who returned. me to, have been found there in a good
office. The egg came before the I state of preservation.

Respectfully, chicken. Birds are an offshoot
RHONDA REBECCA Mrs. Naomi Hosford is a pa Shelton B. Barber. of reptile stock that was laying Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
CUSSENDORFMr. I tient in the local hospital where eggs millions of years before ,
she will undergo surgery. the first prehistoric bird flew. S2..5G 4 Year In Advance
and Mrs. W. C. Gllssen- Chicken Have

dorf of Bunnell announce the Ernest Johnston, who was 111
arrival of a daughter born at his home several days last Come Long WayBy Elect
March 8 at the Clinic'
Flagler week is
reported as improving I
Jack Horan)
(
and She six i 1
Hospital. weighed
now.
pounds eight ounces and has I We've all puzzled over the! E. 'Walton' Johnston Jr.

been given the name of Rhonda Mrs. Lady Allen has returnedto riddle of which came first-the
Rebecca. chicken or the pgg-but have For
her home here after under.
Mrs. Glissendorf is the former going at the Halifax you ever wondered where the
surgery
Sally Bowden of Bunnell. Mr. Hospital in Daytona Beach. the chicken originated? SHERIFF of FLAGLER COUNTYYour
Glissendorf is stationed at the I According to Dr. Henry Wilson,
Naval Air Station in Jackson. poultry geneticist with the Flor
A-1C Moses Atkinson who has
and will be
vllle. been stationed at Mather Air- ida Agricultural Experiment Sta vote support appreciated.
tions chickens known to
were:
Paid Politic Adv.
force Base in California has recently
Visiting here several days transferred to Alaska fora man almost :5,000 years ago. The
last week with Mr. and Mrs.E. tour of duty. earliest record of the chicken --.rr.n...-
A. Smythe and Mr. and Mrs.R. dates back to about 3,000 B. C.I

A. Powell, were Mrs. Harriett Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells hadas In China. This is to Announce thatI
Watkins and Miss Virginia Jonesof their guests over the, past The first domesticated chick. I
Bronxville, N. Y. ens are believed to have sprung I
weekend Mr. Wells' brother in AM A CANDIDATE FOR
Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. Smytheare from one or more of the four
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
twin sisters and they are P. Upshaw of Marietta, Ga., wild species found in Asia. Commissioner Dist. 3
also Mr. Powell's sisters. and his nephew and neice, Mr. But they were probably not County "
for the meat and
kept eggs we
and Mrs. Aronld Townsend of
Henry Wells has returned to Atlanta. i raise them for today. Most important
his home here after undergoingeye says Wilson, chickens I Flagler CountySUBJECT

surgery at the Halifax Hospital Arriving Wednesday for a were used In the sport of cockfighting ; r
TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
in Daytona Beach recently. weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. which was primarily
I
He is reported as recovering very 1 M. H. Parker were his mother, responsible for the bird's domestication I MAY 5, 1964 .
I and worldwide
satisfactorily. Mrs. Della Parker of Leesburg, subsequent
Alabama, and his sister, Mrs. distribution. ,. LET ME SERVE YOU AS YOUR COUNTY I l.

Visiting here last week with Margie Hufsteller of Atlanta. Chickens arrived in Europe I COMMISSIONER. I f./
Mrs. Nell Allen and 'Mrs. Lady before the Roman invasions.

Allen was Lady's sister in law, Miss Diane Green, student They were carried to America T. SHELTON BROOKS '':
from the Old World when the
Mrs. Choate of Jefferson I i
Ralph I nurse at Charity Hospital New
Missouri. colonists migrated to Jamestownin I Paid Political Adv.
Orleans, spent the past weekend
1609 and Rock in
here with her uncle and aunt, Plymouth ....
Mrs. Walter Knight left Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks and ..... .... ... .. .. ... ... ....... .. .... ..................
day afternoon: to spend a few her sister, Isabel Green: C.. .C
days in San Diego, California, .
with her son, CPO Robert French Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smigielskl, .. ..
and his family He is stationedin and four children, of Cocoa, .
Japan and is spending a spent the past weekend at Ko- .. .. '".
short leave there with his tam. rona visiting with relatives. t
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Visiting with Mrs. Jessie Wayin 3! .\ .. 4',
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MILLER Korona last week includedMr. .'
and Mrs. Earl O'Hare of O .. ",
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Konesho, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. 1 l ; .
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. Konesho, Wise, Mr. and Mrs. .. ..
On here nelce, Mrs.
Tuesday .
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REPAIRS ON TV'S Thelma Osborn of Grays Lake, -- ; .J .

DASHERSDRYERS Wise spent a short time with r ..
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The onion, leek, garlic, and .
ALL WORK GUARANTEED welsh onion are all members of ..

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announcing my candidacy for reelection flamelessELECTRIC
for Superintendent of Public Instruction,
I am mindful and deeply grateful to the citizen

of Flagler County for permitting me to WATER HEATER
serve you for the past eight years. If re-elected, ,
I shall continue to give you the same type of .........................
leadership and administration that I hare given

you over the past several yean. : 6UPEK-FAST on the draw..DOW 3 tfaaafaaiart ud forget hi Nmr nttdt vantfaf,..a M

: YouTI i alway ha vt plenty of hot watar flea to warns beet Envy bit of Uctrio
My experience has given me a broad in a hurry,without wait or worry. turn hats the watar,not the outaida alt
understanding of the many problems In our educational
process. We have one of the better And for daanllnaa end carafrM .QG .acy, Youl MV tnonay, too. A flijnataM alactrfew ,
school systems in the State, from kindergarten : ncxbra tlactrk watar bating .b sheer mafic, Ur baatar cab baa to buy,low to habit>, "+

through junior college. All our school are ac- S N.loot,amok fumta..No owwUnt-barnJnf ud baa to ass
credited by the State and Bunnell High Schoolis pilot!lame,
accredited by the Southern Association of See the MW compact,ptca-tatfatf. modal la. tt

Secondary Schools and Colleges. A .m.".. fuBM-frw brtrla w.Ur heat<< your appliance MIlt, ct j&nHnf or .r.o.

b*/w-.a/#.'n>*&'.why ft cult told awayanywhar trial contractor.FLORIDA .

' I ask that all of you, who are interested *. J,'.mtiraty automatic-juat let it

in quality education with quality instruction for -.
all our youth, join in my campaign for re-elec .
f tion. .. e 4a G 1l111ICjt'dd Z 'urj
1 .
..ern owarts,Too
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.EIGHT. THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNI' ELL, FLORIDA Thursday
-- - . March 12, 1964
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1.. Texas Ranches cotton and grain sorghum on out extensive programs of grass I new ranches telephoned - -- --
the onetime grazing lands. propagation and water the f came a fine art when Europeans
conser owner
I during a storm and
told
1. Getting Smaller Every Texas cowman expectsto vation. I him he was doing his best to I gave their first northwest steel tools.coastal Indians'
go broke at least. three times Whether they run a few dozenor protect the cattle. I
Texas' giant ranches are headIng a few thousand
i in his lifetime, but the cattle ranch. "Forget the "
seven I cows, the
for that last roundup. The ers are the owner I I
I aristocracy of Texas.Lean
of drought In the I "do
years 1950'sput snapped
little dogies get along so well leathery, and independent. everything you. can I HASTINGS MATTRESS
ranchers to
many out of 'business save
II ? on small ranges that the mil the old-timers care little for my qualL"Indian I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
i I permanently. One man quit
I
f i lion is almost ob. I I convention.
:t acre spread ('West Texas, leaving a sign on Mr. Walker wrote of 710.12 Lemon St.
solete. his I'the old millionaire who had to totem poles served as Palatka Florida
"Will
pasture gate, Be Back
1 I make a trip to St Louis. Before coats of arms, banners, story. I Phone EA
When It Rains. 5.9166
These days it takes only a books
t I the -even as notices
rancher left, his daughter' of unpaid FumituUpholstering
: scanty 100,000 acres or so to Relatively modest I
ranches debts.
Totem
operate begged him to buy a new suit } carving be- Repaired & Refinished
have a "brag#ln' ranch, and more flexibly than big estates and get a haircut. I Mattresses & Box Springs
: President Lyndon B. Johnson during a drought Herds "No" I Made 10 Order Also Renovated
said
the
shaggy Texan
I
t l I does very nicely with his 450- can be sold swiftly to meet "I'll go as I am. If I see anv, Dance to the Music of I Call Laura Morris 437-3233
acre LBJ Ranch. changes In market urlces.. .. Over. I! of friends After 6:00 P. M.
---I my they'll recognize
i'l' i Death, taxes, and drought ionone head .is ,smaller. 'me. Strangers don't matter. I THE BUDGET PRICES REASONABLE
PLAN
In a National Geographic article I RHYTHM I IF NEEDED.
hand and irrigation on the ,
Just
I Owning a ranch not only confers as near as your
on Texas, the late
other have hastened the decline Stanley status; in some circles it's I ROCKERS Phone or Post Office
; of the huge ranch, the National Walker described how Charles considered Drop Us A Card or Call
Pettit a patriotic duty. The j I AT THE Free
a foresighted rancher Pick-up &
Geographic Society says. Inheritance new breed of .Delivery.
rode ranchers dutifully BAMBOO A.A 0 A.* | *A
out the drought. Moreover COCKTAIL
,
taxes have eaten up some I
runs a herd of
registered Herefords
I by building more than 70 dams LOUNGE
vast estates; increasing property
but the
taxes have made others unccomonical. and planting 82 different kinds develop fishing lakes cattlemen also I FLAGLER BEACH mbr 1Jrlaglrr CrtbunrDUNNKLL
and raise
It ,
I of grass, Mr. Pettit transformeda I
wild game. Saturday Night 9 to 2
patchwork of scrubby wood. p. m. ,
I Plenty of Nothing land The foreman of one, of these FLORIDA
and -
worn.out farms
into,I
"When taxes go up, a rancher -
a profitable 17.000-acre.. domain..._
J explained, "this land is too MRS. M. B. FULLER EditorDe.lpated
high priced to turn cattle on Airborne CowboysTo

It." survive, big ranches n// CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Official P.bUestl.r
move with the times.
Texans claim that in their for Public Netle .f Flakier
.
arid cow country a man can look half million acre !!. CRAIG, Funeral Director Counts, MuBltlpalltlea therein!

I farther and see less than any. Ranch, helicopters flush stubborn JOHN CAPO Associate and the State .( Florida
where'else in the world. In partsof cows from the brush, and

West Texas, 25 acres of land cowboys heat branding irons in AIR OXYGEN Entered as second chic matter

barely supports one cow. In the a butane burner. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED February t, 111*. at the po.tomce
The'famous
really barren stretches, ranchers King Ranch, ATTENDANT AMBULANCES at Bunnell. Florida, under act of
I say, it takes at least 50 acres which covers 824,000 acres near March r. 187 .
+ to keep one jack rabbit Corpus Christi, has developed a Phone ID 7-3532

i Irrigation, however, has made new breed of meaty, fever-resistant 201 E. One rear --..,..,-1180
It feasible and profitable to grow cattle. The ranch carries MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA Six month -.-....11.88

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FOR SALE Walnut dressing
table; 2 metal kitchen cabinets;

mahogany piano bench; clothes

hamper and sewing table. Call .-.. ....., .. ..... _..,, .. - .... ,... .. ., -, .... --;--.. .. ., .
Saturday, March 14. 312 North ; 4.

Daytona Avenue at 5th Street, manet"formulation contains ZINC ;\' -'
11 Flagler Beach. 3-12-ltc

WANTED-Cook and waitress. $

Murdoch's Grill, North A1A.

? Phone 4392146.- 3-12-tf MANZATE 0 ; rRaa ,

FOR SALE-Great a Trailer

45'x 10', 2 bedrooms with aluminum !. .ua.rpa''' MAN60, FUNOICIDE, '
1 patio. $2,200.00 cash or s
,
terms. See at Flagler Beach disease control. "
Trailer hark. Owner 4392437. for better .7.

342-ltc and other crops ,
.
potatoes
11 FOR SALE-Cabin 10 x 15, moveable : .
$80, good condition. Also .
used lumber, concrete blocks.
Across the street from Bunnell 1 -F
Restaurant 3-12-ltp 4

FOR SALE-2 teen dresses size

5; one 2-piece teen dress size 5;

two sub-tcen seml-formals, worn

once, size 5.7; one teen crinoline,
worn once, size 7; one boys white
dress coat, size 10. Call 439.2262
after 3 r. M. 3-12-ltp

WANTED IRONING to do at my

home, reasonable. Pick up & de.

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


' SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable .
prices. Call George Ja
roz, ID 7.3410 8.leUFOR
Controls many diseases on a vari- Safe to use when applied at short
SALE or Rent 3 bedroom 1"
unfurnished home on Lehigh St. ety of crops. intervals according to directions. <' .;\
Flagler Beach. Contact George

Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF Carries crops safely I through raIny.. Won clog spray nozzles..and '

,
CONSTIPATED. ? and humid infection periods. small particles make better contact .
To prove l'UUN KVAC containingrrunee "
Flge & tlenna U world'. with disease organisms.May .
$mo-o-th..t. beat and moat natural ;
laxative, hurry toMOODrS be used with many of the 8 J
PHARMACYfor Easy-to-usc wettable powder 'f
reneroua FREE SAMPLE
41 tablet for Tic. Over 1.000.000 or : commonly-used pesticides. mixes easily. *
old each yr. '. .
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Thursday, March 12, 1964 THE FLAGLBR TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE:NINE

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Gardening In Florida your vine didn't put on a better
show last season than the neigh P

(By Kerrey Sharp) bor's, perhaps you had too heavya
hand in the fertilizer bag.

Joints J are like people-they
t Jose' jheir: shapeliness by over- Bougainvilleas are very sensitive
$\1ng. to nitrogen. Too much will
give lush growth but flew flow-
, Most folks have excuses why

have bulged out of ers.One
they shape. pound of 2.12.12 fertilizerper
But plants can't talk. They don't
\ 100 square feet of soil area
have to. Look at the rain, gauge blossomsthis
usually will insure .
and discover the
you'll that wettest

season of the century has Another season.method to force flow FREE PONY RIDEr .
kept food in easy reach all winter .
ering is to cut some of the plant .
roots. With a garden spade-
Since plants can't push away also known as an idiot stick- DAY SATURDAY WITH s Per Ride

from the table as people should, make three or four stabs into $5.00 or More Food Order OR

then assist them to reduce their the ground around the plant
LEAN BONELESS BEEF
waistline. about 24 Inches from the base.
..., Training tender shoots to stay This plant torture method '

in line is like chastising a child, works in about 9 cases out of 10.Geographic Sirloin Tip ROAST. lb. 79''
because it is easier to nip wild .

activities in the bud at an early ,

age than correcting them when .


they Therefore become, you'll hardened find offenders.it easierto Society Creates CHUCK Ib. 49*

pinch a bud than to wait and STEAK

use the pruning saw. New MuseumA .

Some hedge plants, crazy with
growth are putting,on a Beatle newly designed museum of "OUR OWN SPECIALTY" .
science and discovery called Explorers
act. They are sending neck EACH
up Hall shines as the showcase *
like, swaying shoots, then set Bar-B-Que CHICKEN 98
of the National Geographic
ting a canopy of leaves that are Society's new headquarters.The .
as scraggly as a Beatle's wig.
museum-a window on
Prepare now to remove th.e : world and look to the 00
the a Lean Western PORK
wig-like growth, since it is more the high. TURKEY NECKS 4n'lOX
future-spreads over
than likely a spring fad that ceilinged first floor of the 10. *. *

will the hedge.not add to the beauty of story, white marble building at Loin Roast 53 TAILS.4Ib'. $100

17th and M Streets N.W. in
Lawns with a dull green color Washington, D.C. It was opened RIB TIPS 5 100
will snap to life again with ap- to the public in January. POlK STEAK ". 49* Ib..
plications.of water and fertilizer. $- o0
Striking new life-size displaysand
Apply about 25 pounds of 6-6-6 historic mementoes Includea HOG MAWS 5 ib.. JL

fertilizer per 1,000 square feet L ke's "Tall Hickory"
brooding stone head from a
PIG TAILS 5fOOIbs.
of grass. lost American civilization, a Breakfast 1 lb. Pkg.
Sprinkle the plant food evenlyover
the lawn, then water in to cosmic-ray spark chamber, Rob. For $100
from ert E. Peary's sledge, and a BACON 3 $100 PIG FEET 6 Ibs.
the being
prevent grass stratosphere balloon gondola.The .
burned by the fertilizer. $*00
hall is designed to take NECK BONES 6
Often you can bring the green visitors to the ends of the earth, Morton' (Limit 2 Please) 26 oz. box Ibs. JL

color back, to winter-weary lawns the edge of space, and the
SALT lOc MULLET 61b $100
with two tablespoons of Iron buried past with National Geo Each ,.
sulphate to each gallon of wa.
graphic expeditions. Since its Halves No. 2 Can
ter applied as a spray. I Osage ( ) /
in 1888, the National
Spring bursting out- all over' founding Geographic Society has support PEACHES 4 .For 'I00 MAXWELL HOUSE (INSTANT)
the
is a good sign for gardner-
than 200
ed more explorationsand
unless it's discovered that the, projects. Our Value (CREAM STYLE) 303 Can COFFEE

bark on a prized ornamental is I Performing Globe For $
rupturing. To the neophyte this CORN 8 1
unmounted
The largest globeis 6 oz. a'
could be of
an omen a strangenew
disease. the centerplce of the Hall. Golden Key or R & W EVAPORATED Jar" -
Cradled on eight rubber wheelsor Tan
Chances are the splitting barkis rotating on a spindle, the MILK I 8 Cans 'I00 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
not a new ailment, but the
globe spins over a black granite
aftermath of winter freezes. Delayed
reflecting pool. The sphere
death of branches
also cause alarm.plant weighs about 1,000 pounds; it DIXIE CRYSTAL DAIRY SPECIAL -
measures 11 feet from Pole to
Jack Frost's havoc may not 8 Oz. Can
Pole and 34 feet around the SUGAR Pillsbury
show up until weeks or months
after the chilling winds have equator. BISCUITS 4 For 35*
The globe normally rotates on
given way to tropical breezes.
a north-to-south pole spindle S'Bar 48*
If you're not sure of an ailment FROZEN'FOODS _
tilted an angle of 23 degrees and
on your plants, it's alwaysa
27 minutes, the same as the Limit with
1 $5.00 or more food order
good idea to check the symptoms earth's plane. For special effects Singleton BREADED 10 oz. pkg.

with your local plant specialist the spindle can be loweredby Each
or county agent. Or you SHRIMP I 59*
remote control. An operatorat FRESH PRODUCE
may send a plant speciment to
the console can then manipulate
the Plant Pathology Department
the globe In the cradle Fancy FreshPOLE
Agricultural Experiment Station, formed by the wheels, rotatingIt lb. "THE PREMIUM SHORTENING"SNOWDRIFT
University ville. of Florida, Gaines in any direction.Ed BEANS 19*

Note:There are many other
BougotaYilleas wonderous displays as astonishing Large FancyTOMATOES
It's possible to find some of lb.
as the great globe describedIn
these vines that flower almost this article. 29* 3 : 38e
Tin
any season of the year. But if 1
-- Large Head
Spiders are unattractive, but Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Ij O. P. ALFOBD 5I they are not all bad. There Is LETTUCE 19*

I Bolstered 5i only one poisonous spider of Importance - -
in Florida-the black
i Heal Estate Broker widow. The black widow's sting
Is seldom fatal, but It can killa 50 FREE 50 FREEGIFT 50 FREE
bunn.U. FloridaWww child It Is extremely painful,
even to adults.ANNOUNCING GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS

With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

(2) EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT (1) SWANSON'S FROZEN $5.00 or More Food

BATTERIES T. V. DINNERS Order

Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Sunday, March 15, 1964 Sunday, March 15, 1964 (Sunday, March 15, 1964

I AM A CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONTO ,

THE OFFICE OF


County Judge of Flagler CountyIF



ELECTED I PLEDGE CONTINUED FAIR AND
gill
COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE Ili, .

DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.T. .



K. ( Buddy) MCKNIGHT Phone 437-3227

OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL '
ral4 PltlttkaJ .A'f' 8)00 .nv-liOO p.m.

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good Mar. 12, 13, 14, 15, 1964r



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LEGION POST PLANSANNIVERSARY Deen Awarded ( ORCHIDS MAKE I fern.
Books Are My Dish ] Since the size of the container
PARTY IDEAL HOUSPLANTSRaising I will limit the growth of the or.
,, \ (By Dorothy Hotnons) Continued From Page 1 Scholarship of $250 orchids as an indoor chid, a four-inch pot Is best If I'

Harold Robbins' novels, "The and perpetuation of the American William W. DeeD, son of Mr. gardening hobby is not an expensive a single bloom Is desired, while
Dream Merchant," "Never Love Ideal and Mrs. W. W. Deen of Bunnell, several plants In a large con-
I A Stranger" and "The Carpet I. What Is The American Legion? a graduate student in agricultural as you may think. talner will provide a more massive -

baggers" have sold over two That question can best be answered engineering at the University Dr. Tom Sheehan, Florida Agricultural >I effect
i million copies apiece, which explains by the Preamble to the of Florida, has been awarded Experiment Stations
but only In part, Mr. Constitution of the Legion whichIs a $250 Schlppmann scholarship. horticulturist, points out that Clarity of the water at Flor
Robbins picking up one million a part of the regular opening I Donated to the University of purple and butterfly are well- ida's Silver Springs results from
bucks In advance royalties for ceremony of Its meetings In i Florida by the Schlppmann known orchids that make ideal the water being filtered through
an untitled unwritten book. Tome more than 16,000 community I'''Foundation through the Florida household plants if planted in many layers of limestone rock \
i' his books are completely posts throughout the nation and Ford Tractor Co. of Jacksonville, one of three organic substances: and sand deep below the sur
J Yawnvllle, but, like Instant coffee overseas: this scholarship is awarded on fir bark, ormunda fiber or tree face.
\.. and frozen foods, they are "For God and Country, we associate the basis of scholarly achievement --- -
1 so much a part of the times, ourselves together for the participation in extracurricular
not to know about them showsa following purposes. activities, and other NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

lack of Intelligence. To uphold and defend the outstanding personal qualifica fire insurance policies we write still give the scone
' "Trade Winds In The Satur Constitution of the United Statesof tions.
r dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad-
" j day Review has Just made a America; At the University of Florida ditional coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at
very
: I discovery that brings me out of To maintain law and order William has served as presidentof little extra COlt.Bemember .
t the state of shock I have been "To foster and perpetuate a the National Council of Stu.
,'\ In ever since McCall's foisted one hundred per cent American dent Branches of the American H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
'j', I phony philosophy of Togetherness lam; Society of Agricultural Engi take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361

r7 j on a helpless Suburbia. To preserve the memories and neers. lIe was president, vice or stop in soon for full details.H. .

1 Three writers for three differ. incidents of our associations in president, and secretary-treasur
1 ent publishing houses all have the Great Wars; er of the Florida Student Branchof T. COOK AGENCY
Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Flo.
; ; books on a most unusual subject To inculcate a sense of In. the society. lIe has held the
t I : for these days of the glass dividual obligation to the com office of the Benton Engineering
no room house. This subject is munity, state and nation; society and engineering college I
The Invasion of Privacy. My advice To combat the autocracy of representative to the Student
Is to get one of these books 'both the classes and the masses; Body Legislative Council. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
I' ,at once and start reading it To make right the master of William is a member of the
aloud when anyone accuses yon might; Phi Delta Theta social fraternity AMBULANCE .

, 1 of'.being an antl-social monster I To promote peace and good and Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary PHONE VAlley 41625
when you want a few moments will on Earth; band fraternity. SERVICE
alone in which to write deathless To safeguard and transmit to ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

prose or paint a picture.It posterity the principles of Jus
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
has always been my firm tlce. Freedom and Democracy; PART OF MOON NEVER SEEN "
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
belief that the reason why To consecrate and sanctify About 59 percent of the moon's
Europeans are shouting "Yan our comradeship by our devotion surface is visible from the earth experience.
kee Go Home" is because we to mutual helpfulness." at various times because of lunar
With
o Equipped Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
.i j' are friendly to the point of rudeness By setting Its sights upon such i oscillations known as libra-
., and too anxious to be liked. lofty principles, The American.I dons. The remaining 41 percent Garcia Funeral HomeP.
To be just, Dale Carnegie is as Legion has grown into the has never been seen by man,I
. much to blame as McCall's for world's largest veterans organization 'but some of it has been crudely E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral DirectorLADY

this gruesome state of affairs. and has earned the esteem I'phoographed by a passing,Soviet ASSISTANT
'. I Sir Osbert Sltwell has a charmIng of the Nation. space craft I
" J account of his search the I -. -- -..---
i world over for a place where he
t could write in complete solitude.
He finally found a room in the


\ I, I flying top then a the tower in. Condors America in the will were Andes.be always civilized And. '64 Chevy :H Super Sport with V8 power


I II ( when everybody can buy
a cheap castle with a moat, a
\ I drawbridge and a well.oiled .

portcullis and learn to say "Let '4 r""....'. ALc. _
the portcullis fall!" at times.A .
.. I Ia

female porpoise, who was
herself born at Marlneland of

Florida, gave birth to a baby
with the "grandmother" porpoise

present-a span of three generations
/ Oceanarium.living in the Circular




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hereby required to an
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flied above herein entitled against cause by you flllnc In your the there are hills nearby, let it give them a good goingover.Then a Positraction rear axles AM-FM radio, and many other ,
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit sec it give slow-moving trucks the run-around. accessories. And for all its new power, Chevy II rides so
before Court Manh Hunnell.St. ml.Florida. and ,ervlnr on or With its new extra-cost V8 you need but give the accelerator softly it seems to glide along the highway. That's I
a true copy of said Answer, llOYD upon1'lalnttr. t> an inch, and this Super Sport will take a mile. because it has high-mounted independent coil springs in
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4 Itulldlnr. New Smyrna peach Florida plays so well. A glance at its all-vinyl interior With everything Chevy II Super Sport has go-
lljrfln fall not lest a Decree Pro and door-to-door carpeting will tell you that nrflPP-Sv-wv ing for it, it s no surprise your Chevrolet dealer
Qont.uo be entered against you either the floormountedkZu Uff anxious to show its price
"The FUglrr Tribune" U hereby There's your choice of A is you tag. Because
4lirnated ae the newspaper In Powerglide or Four-Speed Synchro-Mesh l that's the only thing about it that isn't super.
whlth this Notice shall be published -
ctonsefUtlve once weeks a week Car tour. (4) THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet- Chevelle Chevy f- Corvairecorvette
WJT.NJM81 hand and official
seal ?at Hunnell Flacler County, Stt them at your Cketroltt Showroom
Florida. hu iith day of Febru -
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