Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 9, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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I V..i, .'P, VOLUME 62,-NO. 14 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,,, UIUIL 9, 1964 $2.60 A YEAR

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! ., Group Reports on SOIL CONSERVATION County Board BAPTIST CHURCH All TeachersAre

Scholarships For SPEAKING CONTESTTO Session Monday SUNDAY TOPICSRev. Retained "

BE HELD APRIL 17 Thomas Pinner, pastor of

f' Flagler Students The Flagler Soil Conservation Routine AffairThe the announced First Baptist his sermon Church topics today for Except Baggett ,

'off;! Several graduates of Bunnell District's annual speaking contest Board of County Commissioners the Sunday services.At At a meeting Tuesday of the'a..

High School are assured of fin will be held Friday, April at its stated monthly the 11:00: a. m. service his County School Board, Supt. Z. D. ''r
ancial assistance to further their 17th at 2:45 p. m. In the Bunnell meeting Monday morning, trans. topic will be "The Baptism of
High School Auditorium. About Dr. and Mr. and at Holland recommended that all
, education through the recently acted routine business with all Jekyll Hyde"
I chartered Flagler Scholarship 10, 7th thru 12th, high school members present the 8:00: evening service the teachers of all schools be re-
Foundation, It was revealed at a students are expected to partic The Board agreed to pay the topic will be "The Prophet Born appointed for another term. How
meeting Tuesday evening of the ipate. The first place winner will cost of removing power lines 100 Years Too Late", All are Invited -
board members refused to
steering committee In completIng receive $15, second place $10; along the right of way of the to these services. I ever I
the organization. and third place $5. proposed construction of Kings reappoint Supervising PrincipalJohn

I The committee met Friday The winner of the local contest Road The power lines are on li Baggett who Is completing /

primarily to hear the report of I will also compete in the Area property on which the power City Commission ,hi*", second year at Bunnell '
the committee on rules and reg. Speaking Contest to be held in company holds easements. It High I'
ulations for awarding scholarship Green Cove Springs on Tuesday, was pointed out that where Names Barber
funds. Forms are providedto April 21 at 1:45 p. m. power and other lines are on I Upon motion by Board Mem \ !
her Herschel King seconded by ;
For Term ,
be filed out by student, and county owned right of way the Mayor
James Crews, Baggett was elim-
his parents to help determine companies are required to pay
; Shelton Barber was named inated. All others were approved. :
need. to the cos'.oL removaL
Band Parents. Mayor-Commissioner at the city The record vote had King, Crews '
Treasurer Dave Ferryman reported It was proposed that titlesearch c o m m salon's organizational and Raymond Tucker against reappointment -
about $600.00 on hand Plan Many of the rights of way for meeting Monday night. Harry lIarld Emery voted i
now. John Cannon, chairman of the Haw Creek to Dupont road Atkinson was named vice may yes. Mrs. Myrtle Rice ab
awards committee, said that ActivitiesThe I be authorized, but action was or-commissioner. stained.In .
there Is an actual need for postponed to some future date. Dave Perryman is the new I other action, the board reappointed -
$1500.00 this year. Students receiving Bunnell School Band Par The Board requested Danny' member taking office, replacing Duane Deen as a
heln are not required to ents Asociatlon made plans for Johnston, voting machine super Walton Johnston, Jr., who did member of the Advisory Board
attend a certain school, nor are Band Concert activities, voted to visor to continue on the Job after not seek reelection, for Daytona Beach Junior College.
they required to pay the funds attend State Contest, and several Johnston told the board that he Barber l. replacing II. V. .
back to the Foundation. The benefit projects at their meeting wished to resign because his Peavy who served as mayor the Gave approval for all bus
Foundation hopes that the stu Thursday evening brother, Walton Johnston Is a past year. Barber served as vice drivers to attend a driven train
dent will be willing after graduation They planned for the Spring candidate for sheriff. Members mayor last year. ing school in Daytona Beach on f
to contribute to the fur. Concert whinch will be held on ofthe board agreed to assist In Mayor Barber named the following June 5, 8, 9,10,11 and 12th. t
ther ,education of some other I I May 1 at 8 p. m. in the Gym, Inspection of the machines after as chairmen of standing Agreed to pay half the cost
student In need. and also for the dance which they are set up by Johnston. committees: H. V: Peavy, fin of maintenance for the football ,' I
The committee authorized let will be held at the Civic Center The board approved a plat of ante; M B. McDaniel, water: field :
ters be sent to potential con for the band students and their Marineland Acres, submitted by works; Harry Atkinson, streets; -Authorized Supt. Z. D. Holland l

tributors, but emphazied that guests. D. D. Moody, surveyor, on North Dave Perryman, sanitation. to get price for resurfacingthe f
t' one should not wait to get a let. They voted to go to the State AlA, for Miami owners. The commission voted to rehire basketball court at the I
ter but make their contribution Contest in Tallahassee on May Agreed to shell a road from all employees and retain Flagler Beach school
,I directly to he. treasurer, DavePerrymajvR. 7.9, AMA to canal lrr subdivision! H, T. Cookjujts. .atWftey.Compi'lnTWIih Following 1 Ja the ll.tof teachers ...
Ljox.444, Bun, ..,... .. ... .. section county" *r federal requirements reappointed except those on 1
8 of :
northeast ;
Voted to'sponsor SoftBall on I
nell, Florida. All contributions a Donkey for making application continuing contracts:
will be acknowledged.The game at the Football fieldon County ,Service Officer Raymond for Increasing the low-cost Avcrly Brown, Jack Hardin, f j I
Smith to attend service officers' Inez Manuel I Z. Geraldine ''I,
24. Proceeds will be
steering commit. April housing units, a city Eatn "
present public Vaughn, Bessie Lois Hlg-
Winter Park
tee, the principal officers of used for the trip to the State planning board was named. The gtnbotham, Joel MOlyneux Jennie j
which are Charles E. Creal, president Contest month; and approved use of I mayor, a city administrative of- Newell. Ruth Somerfeldt! at '
'to grade roadto Beach School. Mrs. Ruth
equipment Flagler
; John Cannon secretary, tidal, and a commissioner are f'I
Stevens resigned her position.Carver
boat at the state parkin
and Dave Perryman treasurer. ramp required to head the committee, High School: Ernest
The Foundation charter providesthat Woman's Club Flagler Beach.Flagler with four citizens named to' Irvin, Beady Balsden, ResaleLewis
there be held each February I serve. Ronald Mayhew, QueenE. II
4 an election of officers and dl. On the committee will be Polite. Teacher I P
Vocational Agriculture
Mortgage Burning ,
.' rectors, and that every contributor StudentsTo Mayor Barber, City Clerk Nancy Ford of Bunnell High also has
may have a vote at this Plans CompletedMembers Rodgers, Commissioner Perry, resigned
meeting. Get man, A M. McDaniel, Mrs. Freda i
The Steering committee also of the Flagler Wom DegreesStudents Deen, Ray Mercer and Mrs. Margaret Firm Will Update
emphasizes that the Foundationwas an's Club are completing plans at the University of Jane Been
not created Just for this this week for the Mortgage Florida who are scheduled<< to receive The Citizens Advisory Committee Fallout SheltersKemp
year nor for any future years.It Burning Ceremony for the Club their degrees on Sunday, which Includes a member I'
is hoped and expected that house on Sunday afternoon at April 19 arc: of a minority group, was Bunch and Jackson, :
the work of the Foundation will 3 o'clock. Nancy Carol Brannam and named as follows: Billy Wads architect of Jacksonville have ;
continue assisting needy students The ceremony will be held at David Scott Shields of Bunnell worth, Willard Tucker, Curtis been" employed to do an updating .
beyond the lifetime of the the Clubhouse on South Central and Richard Harry Gadapce of Rodgers, Charles Creal, and the job of the National Fallout +i
organizers and present day Avenue, Flagler Beach. All residents Flagler Beach. minority representative, John I Shelters Survey, It was .
recipients. of the County are Invitedto Miss Brannam will receive a Henry Allen, Jr. learned here today. They were I :
attend the ceremony. Bachelor of Arts degree In Edu employed by the Corps of Engineers
Mrs Ethel White, president of cation. She is the daughter of of the Jacksonville Dis I
FATHER OF MBS. FORD the club says a fitting ceremonyhas Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brannam of I SENIORS WANT TO trict.
PASSED AWAY LAST WEEKW. been planned for the occasion Bunnell.Mr. EARN MONET FOR, The firm has notified Civil Defense

J. Terrell of Melrose, fatherof which will Include several Shields, also of Bunnell, I CLASS TRIPMembers Director Raymond Smithof
Mrs. R. E. Ford of Bunnell, speakers. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cordon of the Senior Claw the project and they wflljcon
passed away April 7. lie was 72 Shields. He .Is to receive a of the Bunnell High School wantto tact him when they arrive to
years of age lie was a retired Bachelor of Arts Degree.Mr. tarn some spendnlg money begin the Job.
farmer and a long time residentof Gadapce will receive his I for their class trip. They are ask The resurvey U being made
Melrose. PreRegistrationFor Bachelor of Science degree In ing residents who are In nerd of tor those shelters which havebeen
Funeral service was held at Physical Education. He Is the baby sitters, lawn mowed, win. constructed and any newone
the graveside at the Melrosecemetery KindergartenSet son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. dow washed, or any odd jobs which may have been overlooked f
at one o'clock Thursday Gadapee of Flagler Beach. lie around the house to please call or those which havebeen j
with the pastor of the For April 17 Is presently doing his Intern the office at the ochool giving prepared to give shelter f=

Elaine Baptist Church of Melrose Pre-registratlon for Kindergarten i work at Bunnell High School. the name, type of Job to be done protection. II I I
officiating. who commencement and also date wanted.
pupils plan to enroll The formal
lie Is survived by his wife of I at Bunnell High School for processional begins at 3 P.M.on The class Is also planning to
Melrose: ; four daughters, Mrs. R. the 1904-65: school year will be Florida Field. present two 1-act plays on April METHODIST MEN I
E. Ford, Bunnell, Mrs. Milton held in the new Kindergarten Some 3,100 students of the 28 at the school. One U I a hillbilly SPONSOR DINNER
Drake of Orlando, Mrs. C. W. Annex on ,Wednesday and university In Gainesville, representing "Itching to Get Hitched", ON SATURDAY '-,
Jordon of Palatka. Mrs. Kathy Thursday, April 15th and ICth I 1,276 candidates for degrees also "Mammas Getting Married"SENIOR The Methodist Men of the
Thompson of Melrose; three sons, Beach Methodist Church
between the hours of 1:30 p. m. and 1,843 students who Flagler
Leroy of Crescent City, Corbettof and 3:30: p. m. I who have earned degrees since are sponsoring a Spare-rib* and
Keystone Heights, and Ante In order to enroll In the program May, 1963, will be recognized' at i CLASS TO HOLD Sauer Kraut: dinner at the Churchon
of Melrose. a child must reach his I the commencement ceremonies.The I CAR WASH SATURDAY Saturday. April 11. .
Also surviving are twenty one fifth birthday by December: 31, university awarded 1,320 I Member of the Senior Claw The group will be serving
grand children and six great 1964. bachelor degrees 523 master's of the Bunnell High School will from 11 a. m to 1p.i.

grand children. Parents who plan to enroll : degrees, Including 91 doctoratesIn i hold a car wash on Saturday at
I their child should bring an of. the spring and fall trimesters the Es o Station on U. S. Highway The 3.12 acre Florida State
Mrs. William Marshall returned fldal birth certificate to verify of 19G3. 1.Members. Exhibit site at the New York
to Onancodk, Va. Sunday the age of the child. Candidates for degrees at the' of the claw said they World' Fair required more than
after a visit of three weeks here Mrs. Hargett and Mrs. Wads end of the current term Include still have A few portable grills 000 piling ranging In length
with Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Stur- worth. Kindergarten teachers 1,031 undergraduate studentsand and some candy to sell In order from 30 to 80 feet to establish
man. She is Mr. Sturman's will handle the pre-regUtratlon 215 graduate students,'fn- to complete the Fund for their firm foundation for building
daughter. activities eluding 58 doctoral candidate New York World' Fair trip. on the bank of Meadow Lake.r' .

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Thursday, April 9, 1964

---- I incredible trip from the Antarctic l I-ventures-----and dose calls with j I| Queen Victoria popularized

THE BOOK NOOKTHE Continent toward survival. I the Germans and of their final preserved ginger The monarch
SPO'NOrmsES' IMPOSSIBLE JOURNEY A wonderful and exciting book [ goal the destruction of the guns: "" the candied spiee from the I
( by William Bixby. i of Nave& !Orient so well that she served
(By Ernest Shackelton) Library Assistant, i Tommy Kahlert !I it at state banquets.

After years of careful preparation Harry Kuleski.
TAYLOR IMPROTA HITS the world's most experienced
SPARKS SHELTON'S WIN antarctic was headed into the I THE GUNS OF NAVERONEThe I This is to Announce thatI
I most dramatic adventure in his II Guns of Naverone written|j
Johnny Taylor, Dudley Inv life. Sir Ernest Shackelton hada by Alstair Maclean is a war AM A CANDIDATE FOR
prota slammed doubles In the carefully picked crew and a story of the rescue of 1500 men I
bottom of the fourth Inning well outfitted ship called the
on the island of Kheros in the Commissioner Dist. 3
when the red hot Shelton's came Endurance.
Agean Sea. ,
from behind with seven runs to There was no radio at this
go ahead and win 82. time and the world was at war, The only way to Kheros was Flagler County
Shelton's shelled Hornsby for and the ship was doomed. The through a small channel on the
four hits and three walks to do ship became hopelessly jammedin Turkish coast. This channel was .
all their scoring. George Revels the ice at the Antartlc Con. guarded by two massive radar. SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
relieved John Geller In the bottom tinent and was sunk and crushed controlled guns that were as ac MAY 5, 1964
of the fourth to get credit at the end of the month. curate and deadly as anything i
for the win. Then began the impossible known at that time. LET ME SERVE YOU AS YOUR COUNTY

The win put the Shelton teamin journey. On ice floes, in three In order to rescue the men COMMISSIONER.T. .
first place with four wins and tiny boats, the crew worked on Kheros, these guns would I
their the terrible have to be silenced. This job
three losses. James Alan Bran- way against SHELTON BROOKSPaid
nam had two hits. Mike Bacon suffering and hardships across was assigned to Keith Malloryand I
\got both hits for Wadsworth. the Antarctic sea. This book I a small band of saboteurs.' Political AdrCRAIG.
All teams had pictures taken tells the story of Shackelton's The book tells of all their ad-


Two costly errors In the bottom I ELECT. FUNERAL HOMEA.
of the second Inning gave LOUIS M. STEFLIK
H. CRAIG Funeral Director
\ the Baker team seven runs anda
four.win over Wadsworth seven to COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT JOHN CAPO, Associate

The win put Bakers in a tie NO. 1 AIR LADY OXYGEN
with Shelton. Today's game willput' CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
The boys had some long hits in INTEREST IN ALL OF FLAGLER COUNTYYour

their bats today. Ty Whitaker Support Will Be Appreciated. Phone ID 7-3532
had triple and a double. David
Paid Adr
Solomon and George Wetherlng
ton, had some Country Mile .
Mike Manuel hit .. 4* .
triples. a
"For Florida
three-block homer. Catcher Tom vegetable growers. . ..
my Bratcher drilled a single
I down right field. The boys will
play their first game at the soft.
pall diamond at the Bulldog
Stadium today. I ;; : ;. .,

Won Lost % .
Sheltons 4 3 5T5
Bakers 4 3 575
t Wadsworth 3 5 375 Nt Iw
Ab II( Av :New maneb formulation contains
Ty Whitaker 7 6 857
George Revels 7 5 710
Mike Bacon 8 4 500
Kirk Robertson 11 5 455 IMANZATEDc
Greg Robertson 14 6 444 a cQD
John Geller 14 6 444
Chip Johnston 13 5 382 *CG.u.Kr.o''v' MAHES FUNGICIDE
Russell Wetherington 7 6 875 ; e
James Brannam 6 2 333 control.
Butch Hornsby 16 5 312 for better
MIDGET LEAGUE DOINGS and other crops ,

Bunnell Recreation Dept. will o I potatoes
put all the baseball trophies on
display at Shelton's Super.
market. All trophies will be
given out at the end of the sea
son when the league will havea
field day and an all-star team<<
will play the winner.
The day will be capped off
with wieners, soft drinks and potato .
chips. All boys have been
chipping in. We all are looking
forward to that day.
Saw old Randy Morris Sun
day. lie is one of our old recre
ation department helpers.I have
been very lucky to get such fine
Manzate D offers these
young young men boys. that help so many advantages: '

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Registered Controls many diseases on a variety U Safe to use when applied at short ,: i

Real Estate Broker of crops. intervals according to directions.Won't :t'*: "

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N Carries crops safely through rainy clog spray nozzles..andsmall r

.... and humid infection periods. particles make better contact '4,;' f;.;:"

MATTRESS with disease organisms. ,.;:
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Palatka Florida commonly-used pesticides. mixes easily. ".

Phone EA 5-9166 i .......... "-.',,.r' ".iJ,'
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Repaired & Reflnlshtd i _..n. d. On.//thtmttth,folio UbtKng Mstndioiu.ndwningsanfally !
Mattresses & Box Springs /p. '
Made to Order Also Renorated
Call Laura Morris 437-3231 ,
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After 6:00 P. M. "
Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office ,
Drop Us A Card or Call I r7 -
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Subscribe to The Flogier Tribune Books Are My Dish
SSLSO A Year In Al one, 11

(By Dorothy Homans) WE GIVE QUANTITY
CLASSIFIEDADS another metal and glass box of RESERVED v
a building without distinction,
TOP **
even reason.

He says that modern architecture Thursday, Friday
is a "plastic embodimentThe VALUE GROCERY
Wttap aim ".Baa and SaturdayAPRIL
u **r 8M
S rent er rr4 .. ....rU... handwriting is on the
n "Bta .. ...I.... chare*. 9, 10, 11
wall, although most people can'tread
FOR SALE Few pieces odds and print anymore let alone STAMPS ***
ends fine furniture. Call 4392061. handwriting. In an old copy of TELEPHONE 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.

April 9ltcCLOSE Esquire that someone gave to
the Flagler Woman's Club Library
OUT SALE all stock and "Your Friendly Co-op Store"LYRE'S
I found at last a writer
fixtures. Everything at and be.
who feels about modem life as 6 TO 8 Lb.
low cost. CLOTH SHOP, U.S.
a whole exactly as I feel.
Highway 1, Ormond Beach. SMOKED
Norman Mailer In his column
April 4-4tp I I
'The Big City* is talking about

FOR SALE 54 Inch steel cabinet the destruction of the magnlfll- Lb.
sink. Good condition. Lots of: cent Penn Station in New York

storage space. Jones, cor. 23rd City in order to make way for
St. and Flagler Ave., Flagler of cancer." He quotes from PICNICS 29
Beach. 4.9.2tp Yeat's poem 'The Second Com
ing" which he feels is about the
HOUSE FOR SALE or RENT, 3l>l beast of Totalitarianism:

Palm Circle Drive, Flagler Beach. "Things fall apart; center cannot
Call 4392315. 4-9-ltp I hold;

NEED JOB as your County and Mere anarchy Is loosed upon the Center Rib U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Chuck

Juvenile ucation. One Judge.course Have in college law, vet.ed, The world.blood-dimmed tide Is loosed, Pork Chops1'5? STEAKS L. 48(

member of Daytona Beach Junior and everywhereThe
ceremony of innocence Is
College Advisory Board, Corporalin
Florida Highway Patrol Aux drowned; Wilton's (All Meat) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Family
The best lack all conviction,
coach iliary In Six Qunnell years as High teacher School.and while !the worst 1lk. ". *?

Over 6 years as Judge. Availablefull Are full of passionate Intensity. Wieners 49 STEAKS 59 i I
time. My home phone will ..What rough 'beast, its hour 'kg, iI
be unlisted between elec. Come round at last, I
not World's Beat Ground All Meat
Slouches towards Bethlehem to
tions. I will have the time and I
Respectfully DUANE A.. be born?" a u
energy. ,
Paid DEEN Political, A Friend Adv.of the People "The Mailer essence ends of up totalitarianismIs saying that BEEF 39 STEW 69'MAXWELL :

that it beheads. It beheads
SALE-Blue and white
individuality, variety, dissent,
formal, size 12, worn once. Phone
extreme possibility, romantic HOUSE
439.2375 evenings. 4.2.3tp faith, it blinds vision, deadens Wilson' Shortening PILLSDURY

WANTED CARRIER for Florida instinct, it obliterates the past. COFFEE

Times Union paper route In Bun FLOUR
nell. Contact R. J. Rumlll, Flag.
When the Flagler Woman'sClub BAKE RITE l .
ler Beach, Call 4392442. 4.2.3tp 5ge
Library opened a year anda Tan S Lb
FOR SALE-bedroom house half ago, the Library Board Bag 38C31b.
decided that the of the
and furnishings located on 2 purpose I .

lots at SE corner Lambert and Library would have been fulfilled Tin 47c Instant 6 0:. (Plain or .Self.Rising) ,
Chapel, $5,995rTor lnforma if- only one person took Jar 89e '
tIon call Mrs. L. L. Harris, out books. I
We were also preparing our.
437.3474 4.9.4tp selves for the worst because the Limit 1 with Purchase of Limit 1 with Purchase of Limit 1 with Purchase of

Acreage Listings Wanted large only literary thing about a fish. $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order

and small tracts. Cottingham ing hamlet is the word "hamlet"
Realty, 441 S. Boulevard, DeLand. with its bookish connotationsand AUTOCRAT '
7343779. 3.19.4tp
that to a fisherman a newspaper -

ANTED-Cook and waitress. is what you wrap fish in.
Murdock's Grill, North A1A. Soon after the library openeda CAKE Strawberries ICE CREAM f

Phone 4392146. 3-12-tf weather beaten looking man
with one of Those Caps came Pt. vs Cal. f fi
WANTED IRONING to do at my in with a cake his wife had Each 29C Z 69* Sge'ATSUP

home, reasonable. Pick up & de. baked for a party. We besoughthim
livery. Phone ID 73669. to take out a book. "I don't
10-24-tf like to read books!" he cried

proudly. "I don't even like to i 0..
read newspapers. They put me Each
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea 25*
sonable prices. Call George Ja to sleep. I like to FISH! See
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf what I mean? It was going to Circus 12 Oz. Orange or Grape Canned Kraft (Fresh) ORANGE
be tough going. Also, Flagler Each Quart
FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom Beach was well on to being a DRINKS 7* JUICE n 3geUmlt

unfurnished home on Lehigh St. suburb of the Middle West whichis 12 Please
Flagler Beach. Contact George famous for a hearty healthy 303 FRUIT (No Deposit Bolll vShurfin.

Moody, Sr., liE 92137. TF breed but not a breed of book. Cans
lovers. You cannot have Bing COCKTAIL 3 69* D
and Hope as the song goes. ,
To PUUN-EVAU containing 48 CL
prove Lipton's
PrunM, Fig A eDna U world' Time went by as it always .
Smo-o-thest, belt and most natural Each
laxative, hurry to does and somebody would say TEA BAGS 59* FIrm CrispyLETTUCE
MOODrS PHARMACY now and then, "You haven't got
for generous FREE SAMPLES or many taking out books have Head
40 tablets for Tie. Over 1,000.000old 17e
each year. you?" I for one (I'm not speaking I I
for the others on the board)

JOHNSTON'SFLACLEB am for the moment at least, McKenzie's 10 Oz. Ford Hook Tender Young Pole

LOTS, HOMES BEACH, OCEAN REALTY FRONT CO., when easily The library this cowed.was was said.always Maybe empty I LIMAS 4 For 89* BEANSox Z Lb.. 35<<<5

WATER FRONT, FARMS, imagined those people that all .....-.."-...-...-...-...-.."-."".. .-:o>:oxo"j"j-.'x.>xoM" c.>wcox.>>:oxo>:*->M-

us for your ACREAGESee real estate HE 92242Residence needs come books in about at 3 o'clock New Zeland.and wanted how 25 FREETOP \ 50 FREE iso FREE

Office Phone
to: tat, old romances and that r TOP VALUE STAMPS
Phones ID 7-3691 lateft novel of whichwe VALUE STAMPS ft TOP VALUE STAMPS
or ID 7-3517: splendid With Purchase of ft With purchase of With purchase of
don't have a copy. Twin Pkg. Ever Fresh 0 JunIor or large Picnic r ((3) Cut.up

Potato Chips d Coolers 'I. Fryer
Coupon Void After 2 Coupon VoId After Coupon Void After

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Truck & Tractor CO. I

MASSEY-FERGUSON With Purchase of v With Purchase of -. With purchase of
Farm Industrial Equipment 8Sc or$1.25 Pkg. of Plainru -6 (1) Complete $5.00 or Mor. Food
Photo Display Kit Mop ;I Order

VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Coupon Void After .g Coupon Void After j{ Coupon Void After

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4 FOUR THE FLAGLER TltlBCttfl, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday,. April 9, 1964
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II jlaglerHach" I

The Flagler Beach Garden
crowd attended the
large Club met Tuesday at the homeof I
Flagler Beach PTA meeting last' with the
Mrs. Frank Brede,
Tuesday evening. Preceding the vice-president, Mrs. Brede pre I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
business meeting, some of the siding. Fourteen members were THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
4th, 5th and 6th grade students present. Secretary and treasurer APRIL 9, 10, 11, 1964
presented an entertaining pro. reports were read and accepted. I rw
gram of folk dances. The dances Also reports of standing com Florida Grade "A" Whole Western Corn Fed Center Cut
were learned In conjunction with mittees were given. I RIB
their regular physical education i I .
program and under the direction Mrs. Ester Juenllng gave a 29
of Mrs. Leonard Moody, 5th reading on the Bald Eagle, Its FRYUmit3Please
grade teacher and program habits and environment The
flowers for the month was a
chairman for the PTA.
'beautiful amaryllis and
President, Mrs. Dean Peterson, yellow lilies boquet, given from the U. S. Grade "Choice" Beef Palm River Sliced
,presided at the meeting and re
garden of Mrs. Rufus Miller. RIB OR
ports were made by Mrs. Tom Lb.
Galloway, secretary, and Mrs. Mrs. Florence Schwenk, chair. Sirloin, Lb. BACON 49Armour's
Robert Owens, in the absence of man of the nominating com Steaks 89
Mrs. Richard Littlefield, treas. mlttee, gave the report of the
Room count was won by the new officers for the 1964.65 year.
5th grade and officers for the en They were Sara Martel, president Star Copeland's Tender Smoked
suing year were elected. They ; Sue Spivey, vice.president; Lb.
were: Mrs. Bob Whitney, president Florence Schwenk, 2nd' vice. FRANKS 49* Lb.
; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, president; Alice Clark recording PICNICS 35
vice president; Mrs. Floyd Collins secretary; Juanita Strauser, cor
secretary; and Mrs. Don responding secretary; Jewel
Kaufman, treasurer. They will Duensing, treasurer. CHASE & SANBORN HENDERSON'SCOFFEE

be installed. at the next meet. Mrs. Brede gave a short expla

.ing.Mrs. nation of the bylaws of the Garden .
Peterson appointed Mrs.
Club. The next meeting will .
Clarence Weaver and Mrs. V. W. I be May 5th. ,
audit the books. The
Haines to
meeting was concluded with re I 1 Lb. 5 Lb
freshments served by the 2nd I PALM SUNDAY DEDICATIONAT 48 39 :: '
grade mothers. Can
As an added bit of decoration, Scott Day d' Sheeler, son of Bag
the stage curtains were shower. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Sheeler, was
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with
ed with brightly colored umbrellas dedicated March 22nd at the or more food orderIT'S
made by the 2nd grade. Community Memorial Church by
Also the walls contained a gal.I Rev. R. W. Dickert.
lery of 'beautifully painted pic
tures of children from foreign I Also dedicated at the same I COOK OUT TIMESPARKEY'S
countries. The pictures were time were Robin Lori and Devin
painted by the 6th grade stu Leroy Danner, children of Mr. I
dents to emphasize the folk and Mrs. Robert Danner. VAN CAMP'S
dances which originated from CHARCOAL
several foreign countries., Mr. and Mrs. George Moody,
I Sr. returned, to-their home,Tuesday .300.
ATTENDS PEA AND CTD- 1' after visiting friends and Briquettes : h59 Beans 3 39*
CAUCUS SATURDAYMrs. I relatives in Montgomery, Ala. g Cans
Leonard Moody attended I Mrs. Moody's daughter, Mrs.
the luncheon and caucus of the John Robert Persons' accompanied 2 Vfc Food King Whole UnpeeledApricots
Florida Education Associationand them home for a visit They 21/2 Osage HalvesPeaches4 I
Classroom Teachers Department also visited with Mrs. Moody's For For 00
in Jacksonville last Satur brother and sister-in-law, Mr. $1 00 4 $1
and Mrs. Newt Hall of Fort
day. Mrs. Moody is the CTA del.
egate from Flagler Beach Elementary Walton.
School and will attend Everfresh
12 Oz. LaRuta
the convention later this month Pound Each
In-Mlaml. The purpose of the Corned Each Cake 29 r
caucus was to introduce the FEA BEEF 39
candidates who will be electedat
the convention. R AMp Giant Size

METHODIST Church School CHURCH time is NEWS 9:45: a. S'FPrompt Folger's InstantCOFFEE 60z. F A B Box 59

m. and morning worship at 11 89
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderDairy
minister.The Service Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Boy Scouts of Troop 495 and Frozen Foods
which Is sponsored by the Mens The Flagler! Tribune ?
Club will hold a meeting Sunday Blue
Seal Solid
evening, April 12, at 7:30: p. m., PEon IDltwood 73282 FRESH PRODUCE
for all parents and committee- Lb.

i I men.'... ,...-.r" .. .. BunnelL Florida Cabbage Lb; 5 OLEQmit2P 10'

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24 oz. McKenzie White or Speckled
D. HOLLAND Large Firm Head

Superintendent of Public Instruction Lettuce 2 For 29* Butter BeMS2'te89*

Ills 11 years as Superintendent has proven his
ability to administer the schools according to law
10 Oz. Sea Brand
and accepted educational standards. lie has given Large Crispy
you an excellent school system, accredited by both Pkg.

the Schools state and and Colleges.the Southern Association of Secondary Celery 2 For 29* SHRIMP 49

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Junior College that will meet the needs of all our FREE 1.50"

He will devote his full time to the office. lie With this coupon and : coupon and this coupon and
has no other interest that will detract from his Your purchase of One Hot: Your purchase of Two 1 purchase of $5.00or
duties. Shot Insect Bomb of : Lb. Pkgs. Tobln's tat More Food

Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated by Your Choice :I Prize Wieners OrderCoupon

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BIRTHDAY PARTY Members of the senior MYFof
Billy Gibson was given a I the First Methodist Church STEAKS. lbM 98
surprise birthday party Thurs. enjoyed a picnic and outing on, OR T-BONE
day evening at the Bunnejl Airport the Boardwalk in Daytona Beach I
Hosting the affair were a Friday evening. i I U. S. D. A. Choice'CHUCK

group of local flying enthusiasts.Mr. They were chaperoned by Rev.i'
Gibson Is a flying Instructor Howard Porter and Mr. and' ROAST lb.49c
and has given Instruction to Mrs. M. B. McDaniel. l6
a number of local people. They also planned to visit
The group gathered at the airport with the Livingston Memorial
where a picnic lunch and, MYr"of Daytona Beach on Sun. Armour Star Western SelectBREAKFAST
grilled hamburgers were enjoy.' day evening, April 19. They vi. BACON BEEF LIVER
ed, together with a birthdaycake isted here with the group on
decorated with an airport Easter Sunday evening.
theme that was served to the The local group are also planning 1 tb pkg. 49C 3 .Ibs.IOO
group. to hold a car wash on Sat.
urday, April 18. I
Among those present were:
I Lean Western (CENTER CUT) IBL
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Neely, Mr.,
and Mrs. Rodgers Turner, Mr.I JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS
and Mrs. Carl Bratcher and I Junior Girl Scout Troop 958 PORK CHOPS lb. 59
family, Claudia Ward and son I had as their guest at the April
Brad, Gary Watson, Mr. and' 2nd meeting Mrs. Myrtle Taylor .
Mrs. George Moody, Jr., David of the Flagler County Health "CHEF'S SPECIAL"BarBQue
Cook, and Flynn Edmonson. Department.
i Mrs. Taylor explained how the Chicken 98*
Loan Closet of Flagler County Each
JULIA MARIE PENDARVISMr. operates and what the girls
and Mrs. Fred Pendarvis could do to assist. After her discussion .
of Lawtey are the parents of a she Intructed the girls, HERSHEY'S 4 lb.
daughter, born March 30 at the on how to roll bandages. The
Baptist Hospital In Jacksonville.She girls presented her with a box SUGAR OX TAILS 4u.TPIG
weighed seven pounds and of two, three, and four-Inch
five ounces and has' been given bandages for the Loan Closetas TAILS 5fOOIbs.
the name of Julia Marie. part of their Service Project *
She is the granddaughter of I for the year. Bag 38C HOG MAWS 5 lb,. $100

Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Gordon of Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PIG FEET 6 $100
Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer lb.
and young son, Jeffery, of De. $
fAIR PLAY troit, Mich., are house guests of Royal King Cut 303 Can NECK BONES Ibs.Ibs.. "
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Diamond.Mrs. GREEN BEANS fOe MULLET 6 $100

(Limit 4 Please)
Eddie Irwin has returnedto
Our Value 300 Can MIRACLE WHIP
P> her home here to recuperateafter
undergoing eye surgery at PORK & BEANS :h 0SALAD
the Halifax Hospital in Daytona' DRESSING

Beach. Osage Ga. No. 21/ CanPEACHES

4 For $100 Quart Jar 38C

r. Randy Morris and college. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
mates John Peters of Greenville,
Ky., Sam Carneal of Nebo, Ky., CARNATION
and Don Tracy of Louisville, Ky.,
all students of Western Kentucky DAIRY SPECIAL -
State College, are visiting Sun Spun 1 J Ib. Qlrs.OLEO .
here this week with Randy'sparents
"Kynet'outstanding sense Mr. and Mrs. Walter 8 Tall $<*00 Z For 29c
of fait; play Is one of the Morris. CansLimlt J,

most Important attributes Two other classmates, Dan FROZEN FOODS
I I ((8)) Please -
his new office calls for. Payne and Bill Moore of Louisville
ORLANDO SENTINELs are visiting in Daytona Sunkut Frozen 6 0,. Can
Beach and the group is enjoy.
Ing sightseeing at Marineland, FRESH PRODUCE FRUIT PUNCH fOe

WfP JameiW, Silver Springs, and other pointsof 4 lb. Cello
interest in this area.
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Morris BAG APPLES Each 49C OUR VALUESHORTENING
were hosts at dinner for the
group at their home on East U. S. No. 1 I
Magnolia St. Their son In law lb.
.ATTORNEY GENERAL and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John OKRAFre.h 390
Political Advertisement. Paid Ellis of Orlando, joined the 3 ft, 38-
For By Krnea Campaign Fund. group for the dinner party.
Itonnle spencer Chairman 'Ib Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
IV J r F.-r u r f BLACK EYE PEAS Zge

Dear FriendsI 50 FREE 50 FREE i0 FREEGIFT


I want to thank all of you adults With purchase of With purchase of < With purchase of
((1) QuartAEROWAX 1 (Pkg. of 12) Lara Lynn< $5.00 or More Food <
and all the young people for MARSHMALLOW PIES Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After / \ Coupon Void After /
your fine cooperation in helpingus Sunday, April 12, 1964 Sunday, April 12, 1964 ) I Sunday, April 12, 1964 ]

to keep crime in our Countyat

and ask to
a minimum, you

continue to support me for I

Sheriff in the May Primary. rll . ; ;

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: Homer Brooks,

Sheriff Phone 437-3227
8tOO 1:00
anu- p.nu
PaM FvwM.l "Adr.L .
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good April 9, 10, 11, 12, 1964

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substance which is coated on came south several decades ago,I the gum naval stores Industry CITY OF IIUNXBLL
"Naval Stores" paper to make it suitable for naval stores and lumber were with 82 per cent of the annual April T, 1964

1 writing and printing. Rosin is the main products taken from crop, Florida claims about 200 REQUEST FOR UID9

A Strange WordTo also mixed in paints, printinginks the pine forests. Now gum fanning I producers and 11 per cent of the the Sealed ofBce bids of the will City be Clerk received of the In

I and adhesives.Turpentine plays a less Important role market, says Jensen. Civic City of Bunnell.Building Florida, on or In before the

Most PersonsTo in the overall factory operation.A :00 tenter. noon on the 4th day
is a more familiar IN TUB COtlllT OF TIlE COUNTY Of 1964. for the follow
I solvent tree is designated f,>r cutting, JUDGE KI.AriI.RIl COUNTY ing:
used mainly as a
the term product
most people, FLORIDA. IN rilOllATK.
and is then chipped for gum for Seven (7) (10
"naval stores" sounds like a or thinner for paints and I' IN RE: Estate of ft.) 600 Ib. teatfdoubleljacket 2H

for varnishes. Recently, low-cast pe two or three years before being Margaret Ann Buteux Inch municipal fire hose, with rocker
place to buy equipment I I down for lumber. Deceased. lug couplings\ attached. (N8T
chopped To All Creditor a.d thread ,
boats. troleum solvents have replaced Vrruounllmvtmfc ) combination cotton warp
ships or Claims or Demands Against polyester fiber filler cord, treated
But the term applied to forestry turpentine in this area. Nowadays Although Georgia dominates !Said! Estates to resist mildew, rot and water
most turpentine is employed You and each of you are hereby absorption, or all polyester fiber
Is mlseadlng. Gum naval I COUNTY--JUDGE' COURT notified and required to presentany Jacket, priced f.o.b. Bunnell, Florlthehrlghtytoorejectlany -
in a variety of chemical claims and demands which
that col. IN AND Volt FtiAGI'KR COUNTY -
stores is an industry you or either of you, may haveagainst
compounds and pharmaceutical FLORIDA IN rilOHATIS the reserve
resin Margaret Ann
lects, distills and produces IN HE: ESTATE OF Buteux, deceased, late of said and all
from pine trees to manufacture I products. GEORGE CLYDE BROOKS County, to the County Judge of In bids Its and Judgment to accept will be the for bl the beet
Before the paper pulp mills Deceased. Flagler County, Florida, at his of- Interest of the
rosin and turpentinefor NOTICE TO of Bunnell.
spirits of I I lice In the court house of said Florida.
To all creditors and all persons
Industrial uses. NOTICE OK INTENTION TO having claims or demands acaln.taald calendar months, Florida from the withinsix time seal thisS7th dayaof and official
According to Tony Jensen assistant RKU19TKR FICTITIOUS estate: of the first publication of this no- 1964. April A. D.
with Section 8J5.09 You, and each of you are hereby
compliance tice.1 Two
copies of each claim
forester with the Florida of Florida Statutes, the undersigned notified and required to present demand shall be In writing, and or /SShelton B. Barber, Mayor
City of Bunnell
Extension Service will register with the Clerkof any claims and demands which shall state the place of residenceand ATTEST: Florida
Agricultural the Circuit Court In Flagler you or bter..e of tlO'f may haveagainst post office address of the' /SNancy C. Rodgers
the word "naval stores" is a I County, } of this notice, CLYDE BROOKS, deceased, late
proof of publication I by the claimant, agent, attorney'
carry-over from the 16th and the following fictitious name, to- Fulton County, Georgia to the and accompanied by a filing fee IN Till
i I
wit: "Flagler- under lion T. K. McKnlght, County Judge of one dollar and such claim OF
when shipbuilders or FL.AttL.KR
centuries rilSi.a. COUNTY
17th In ,
I which the engagedIn of Flagler County, at his office demand not so filed shall be void.S IN CHANCERY FLORIDA
caulked pitch and tar Into the the business of mobile home the County Courthouse In Bunnell, / / Ernest C Buteux I I8 NO. 4843
and related activities County, Florida, withinsix MAX BLANKENSTEIN
park rentals sales Flagler / / Helen J Buteux
seams of wooden vessels. To at Highway A1A Flagler months from the date of the11rst As administrators of the Estate : PlaintiffHENRIETTA

1 few of the products are I Beach, Florida, and that the undersigned publication hereof. All claims of Margaret Ann Buteux, I VS.
day, I I. the only person and demands not presented within deceased I BLANKENSTEIN
employed In ship building. terested In said business. the time and In the manner prescribed First publication April 9, 1964 Defendant
Dated at Flagler Beach, In-I herein shall be barred as April 9- SU.3oHc1V NOTICE TO DEFEND<
What are naval stores this 16th day of March, 1964. provided by law. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

for? Jensen points out that the Viney O. BoswellKlniey. Dated March 25 A. D. 1964. I : TilE CIRCUIT COURT. SEV- HENRIETTA 79 Pearl BLANKENSTEIN
BrooksAs Street
I Edna Louise INTII JUDICIAL emeu IT.
Vincent & Pyle IN
largest single use of rosin (resin 42 South. Peninsula Drive Executrix of the Last Will AND FOIl FLAGLKIl COUNTY, Somerville, New Jersey

is the raw ) in the U. S. Daytona Beach Florida I and Testament of GEORGE FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASH!! You are hereby notified that a
sap CLYDE BROOKS, Deceased suit has
I Attornyes for Registrant I NO. 4"2rnENTICE" been filed against you In
is for paper size. Size Is a gluey' Mar. 26 & April J.9.18-4tc April J.9.16-23-Uc E. HOLT the above entitled cause; and you
Plaintiff are hereby required to answer
vs. Divorce with the Clerk ,
OFDemocratic MARION HOLT, and to serve a copy thereof upon
NO. Official Primary Ballot ISSUING Defendant the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,

NOTICE TO AIM'KAR whose RAY name SELDEN and address Is.:

OFFICER Building
223 E. M. X. Beach Florida
Findlay, Ohio rfJ4.lat..r than April, 25th A. D.
You are hereby notified that a
of Elector STUB NO. 1 suit for divorce has been filed If you fall to do so, decree pro
Signature '' against you in the above entitled confesio will be entered against
: .Y cause and you are hereby requiredto you for the relief demanded In the
to *>
"> serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney, bill of complaint. The nature of
INITIALS OF whose name and address appear said suit being for divorce.
NO. Official Primary Ballot I hereon, your written defense If WITNESS my hand and seal of
; ISSUING any, to the Complaint In said suit said Court this 24th day of Marchbm'clal68eal

yes*. 1 I OFFICER 9Ur er.fOJcrtep'r h c day eoM:11f ( ) E. A. SMYTHE

Democratic Party be entered against you. Clerk of said Circuit Court
> 1 ika ;.f WITNESS my hand and seal of By Julia R. Harvey
said Court this 7th day of April, Deputy Clerk
STUB NO.2 1964 March 26 & April -9.18-Ue
Clerk of said Court IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
;t" Solicitor for Plaintiff IN CHANCKRY NO. 4817!

':,: I Official Primary Ballot April P. O. .U.U.So-Hc Box, Florida 89Bunnell. 32010 BETTY ANNE HYLERPlaintiff,

). < {
Democratic Party ;\ IN TILE cinruiT COURT OF Defendant
FI.Aiil.KR (:
.. {,.' J- '. ,...", 1'. \: IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4K4I4/' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
t. . Plaintiff whose place of residence and
J'EFFRIESDefendant post office address are unknown
FLAGLER COUNTY \ : _t ; f: CLAIRE B. You are hereby notified that a
'i "f 'a ',' 't1r' /, It suit has been filed against you In
I .. ,. .; . NOTICE TO DKFRND the- above entitled
I' cause and you
'"t , PRECINCT NO. ..' TllE'STATE CLAIRE OP FLORIDA TO: are hereby required to an
JEFFRIES rlhr.o'go
ewer with the Clerk ,
whose place of residence and
and to serve
copy upon
post office address are unknown
plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that In a whose JOSEPH name and H1RSCHMAN address le:

the. square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. are the hereby above with the entitled required ktoorlhr.o'8'o cause: and you answer t*, Daytona 407tt Main Beach Street Floridanot

and to serve a copy thereof upon later than April 25th X D. 1964.
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, If you fall to do so, decree pro
CONGRESSIONALUnited COUNTY whose name MI daddress Is: confesso will be entered against
SAMUEL V. HOLCH you for the relief demanded in the
County Judge 110 N. 3rd Street bill of complaint, The nature of
States Senator II Palatka, Floridanot said suit being for divorce.
Vote for )
I ( one later than May 2nd A D. 1964. WITNESS my hand and seal of
(Vote for one) If you fall to do so, decree pro said Court this 24th day of March
confesso! will be entered against A. D. 1964.
.DUANE A. DEEN you for the relief demanded In the (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
SP.EssAHD L. HOLLAND ; bill of complaint The nature of Clerk of said Circuit Court
said milt being for divorce. By Julia R. Harvey
WITNESS my hand and Deputy Clerk
T. K. (Buddy) McKNIGIITSheriff said Court this JOth day of Starch Mar 26 & April 2-9-18 4tcI
Clerk of said Circuit Court "'LAf L.U COUNTY. FLORIDA
(Vote for one)
, Deputy Clerk MARY JO MEEKERPlaintiff
Governor April a.I-II.U-Uc!
Plaintiff, Blalrsvllle. Georgia
VII. You are hereby notified that a
Public InstructionVote
FRED BUD DICKINSON Superintendent ALBERT L. McC"AJlAN', suit has been filed against you In
for Defendant the above entitled cause; and you
( one NOTICE TO API'KAH AND are hereby required to our answer
AN 8WEItOFNFTIED1DAME with the Clerk of this Court,
ROBERT KING HIGH OF THE STATE and to serve a copy thereof upon
COY G. HARRIS the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
TO: ALBERT: L. MoCAHAN. whose name and address Is:
Z. D. HOLLAND WASHINGTON D. C 20020 later than April 18th. A. D. 1964.
You are hereby notified that a If you fall to do so, decree pro
SCOTT KELLY of suit has been brought against you confesso will be entered against
Supervisor RegistrationVote
In the Circuit Court of Flagler: you for complaint demanded In the
( for ) County. Florida In Equity by A. bill of The nature of
one LOUISE McCAHAN and you are WITNESS ..
JOliN E. (Jack) MATIIE'VS hereby required to file personallyor my hand land seal of
by Attorney, with the Clerk of said Court this 17th day of Starch.
FRANCES W. EDMONSON said Court your written defenses A. D. 1964.Official .
Attorney General If any to tie Bill In Equity Inlaid ( Heal) E. A. SMYTHE
suit on or before the 2nd day Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Vote for one) of May A. D. 1964 and also to By Julia R. Harvey
MARY E. SMITH serve a copy of your written defenses Deputy Clerk.
upon Messrs. Ostlnsky A March 19.26 A April Z.t4tcm
Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff, at
EARL FAIRCLOTH IMOGENE STRICKLAND their office address at 411 Main
Street. Daytona Beach Florida. on
or before the 2nd day of May, hr? tflaglrr Srtbunrnt'NNBLU
JAMES W. KYNES County Commissioner tt'aD'Eatty required by the Flor I
of Civil Procedure
District No. 1 and herein fall not or Decree FLORIDA

CommmUsioner, (Vote for one) be ITo entered Confesso against and Final Decree default will

Florida Public Utilities CommissionVote ," That the name oJoh:7 Court In
which said suit has been Instituted MRS. H. n. FULLER Editor
( for one) BARRY ATKINSON Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -
Circuit of florid In and for
Flagler County In Equity, and ikeig*at4! Oflclsl "'. II .tI..

PHILLIP S. BREWER LOUIS M. STEFLIK that herein the*txtv title* set of forth.said cause Is as for P. ll. Nettoee of Flatter

You are further notified that the Co.aty. M* Jel*.lltlee therelai
nature of said suit Is a suit for
EDWIN L. flEd" MASON County Commissioner divorce and enforcement ef agreement ant ... 9 District No. 3 and other relief as prayed
fer In said Bill In Bqultr
State Attorney (Vote for one) WlTNBm mr hand and seal of Entered* second class
ortlte at Dunnell. Florida, this nth i matter
Seventh Judicial Circuit day of March A. D. JM4K. I February HIS. at the postofflce

(Vote for one) T. SHELTON BROOKS, sn.C. EMIL A. 8UYTHK.. A 8MYTHK as Clerk of at BunneU, Florida under act of

the Circuit Court of Flagler March S. 1171.
County. Florida

JOSEPH A. SCARLETT II. CO\V ART OftMNSKY tn..... ('..rt 4k KROL Sean

Attorney for Plaintiff One year IU'

LEE J. DRAZBA 411 Main Street Six monthsPAGt1 _-,81.18
DAN R. WARREN t Daytona n.at,1norlda ?
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Give Your Meals taste says Miss toela Williams NO. Official Primary Ballot INITIALS OF
assistant nutritionist, Florida
That Agricultural Extension Service.To OFFICA
Eye AppealBy make meals more attractive Republican Party L

( Alma Warren) consider texture, tempera
Do your meals appeal to the ture, method of preparation and Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1

eye as well as to the taste shape and color of foods. All "
Meal appeal is more than will add zip to your menus.A '

r meal that combines several NO. >;: Official Primary Ballot INITIALS OF

textures chewy, hard, soft, crisp, \f'."" ISSUING

Test Drivethe smooth-Is crispness pleasing.For use. salads, relishes i .:, -: Republican Party OFFIGAL

toasted bread, crackers,I ."'
I :
crusty rolls and vegetables, .' STUB NO.2'
Yard Tractor cooked until' Just done. In the . \" t.1. -
soft food category are well. : .\ "
that does all 9 '1
cooked vegetables, casseroles, <.: Official Primary Ballot ''Off V. A
big outdoor fish and some meats. : ;t' ,, ., .
Avoid too many fried, breaded, Republican Party .* ",
jobs stuffed or baked foods in the ','
same meal. Vary the prepara. May 5, 1964
r tion. Try some hot foods, some
cold, others at FLAGLER COUNTY 1 t
room tempera ... "" ,;
r l Appetite is affected by shapeof
foods. A plate with round
:<< IIUIIIr j molded salad, new potatoes, To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in

I chicken tetrazzinl in a pastry the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire,to vote

shell and muffins, plus cream 1
'I puffs for dessert, is monotonousand .

uninteresting.If ,''..". . STATE h.' . ,, ,," .'",....,
follow the nutritionist's ""'
HOMELITEt&sys&s 1
recommendation for a servingof ';
*t&sys&s*"<"Kg Hr green and yellow vegetables :, (Vote for one)
x$ |
every day, you can avoid a
Trae colorless meal. They not only
I add color but provide you with i KEN FOLKS '" "
DELUXE needed amounts of vitaminsA
'! and C. 11. B. (Bob) FOSTER

To keep colors bright when '\' ':\',
Yard care has never been cooking, cook vegetablesin
faster or easier than with
as little salted water as
the new 5 HP Homelit Yard -- .
can. Cook them as quickly as
Trac thing Deluxe.from planting Does every.your possible, keeping the lid off for Add a Phone..Add a Lot to Living

grass to mowing it. ..even I the first minute to let mild acids
plows snow! Come in and escape with the steam. Too Why let the house run you? Why not tako it easier with a kitchen
test drive it today! I much heat and acids cause discoloration .
I Cook yellow vegetables extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most., .bed.

BUNNELL TIMBER. in salted water, using room, workshop, Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension
I just enough to prevent scorch.
phones, just call your Telephone Company Business Office.
ing, about one.halt inch in bottom
of pan. Cook them with lid
I one Do not overcook or they will! Southern'i\ Bell '

437-3322 lose color. I
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('AGE EIGn' TilE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 9, 1964
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Regular Medical Senior Citizens On Gardening In FloridaBy wait the to three reach years the for"debutante"the seedlings amaryllis.Insects don't Occasionally usually gnaw the lubber on-

Examination Will Summer ScheduleFor ( Herrey Sharpe) stage," can purchase mature'bulbs grasshopper and the caterpillar
and force them to bloomin stage of the Spanish moth
Three Months The amaryllis is like some! about eight weeks at any I' feed on the plants. Control these
Prevent Illness"Your debutants-both must watch' time of the year. For this Inside Insects with a spray of 3 table.

best insurance against Although some winter visitors their diets if they are to be job, pot the bulb with, one- spoons of either 40 percent toxa-

possible serious illness is a reg. have started the trek northward, beautiful. II I I half to two-thirds of the bulb phene wettable powder or 40 per
ular medical examination. attendance at the Flagler Sen However, the situation Is more above the soil and maintain a cent chlordane wettable powderin
for Citizens meetings remains acute with the bibs than with constant temperature. These two a gallon of water.
J. R. Sayers of the Flagler De. high, according to the Club's the maidens, btaiua too much factors-with a bit of luck-will
of Health said today. I Subscribe lor The Tribune
partment Induce Flaglei
publicity chairman. There were food will not even produce a early flowering.
, 'Many conditions such as cancer, 151 members and guests present "wallflower., Diseases are not serious in I $2.50 A Year In AdvanceCommunity

i. heart disease, TB, diabetes andI' on April 7, including eight first- So, if this spring's attempt I amaryllis production, but it is
eye disorders cast their shadows timers. growing tall-stemmed gardmbcaUles I a sound practice to keep an eye I
; before them in advance of any I Following a 6 o'clock potluck : produced greenery and open for a fungus known as 1

I' obvious symtoms. As one ex. I supper, Professor Theodore H. no blossoms it's a good guess II "redblotch" or leaf scorch. Look
ample, 12% of all blindness in I Webers, Flagler Beach, showed that you had A: heavy hand in for red spots on leaves, stems Memorial Churchlaterde.omlaatloeal
the United States is due to the slides of his recent European i the fertilizer bag. Prolonged dry and petals.To I

t: eye disorder, chronic simple trip, which Included pictures i ing of bulbs, planting Immature'bulbs prevent the disease, soak AIR CONDITIONED I I

f' glaucoma (in over 30,000 people) I taken: in England, Germany, too march: shade, and soil I bulbs in a 1:1,000 bichloride of Dayton AT*.
and an estimated 1,000,000 peo Switzerland, 'Italy and France. too rich In nitrogen also cause I mercury solution before plant.
, ple are afflicted but do not know The Club voted to hold one flower failure. When planted in: ing. If the fungus shows up on FLAGLER BEACH

it. Most victims are over forty meeting only each month dur deep shade amaryllis plants plants, you may lessen the severity Sunday School 10:00 A.Me

and show no symtoms until ser ing June, July and August, In. often die.Amaryllis. of the attack by sprayingwith Church Service 11:00 A. M.
" ious loss of vision has occured. of first and third Tues I
stead the is one of a groupof I a neutral copper spray at R. W. DICKERT Factor
But glaucoma can be easily detected day evenings which are the plants that when grown in I the rate of one ounce in 2 gal. BVEItYOVrB WELCOME I

and serious complications Club's regular meeting times. a soil with high nitrate content,I Ions of water.
i can be prevented. The monthly meeting for these tends to vegetate profusely, according -
! A regular medical checkup by months will be the first Tuesday to Dr. T. J. Sheehan, or- ,
your own doctor can detect evening. On April 21, members namental horticulturist with the: I
" many unsuspected disorders in will gather at Bulow Ruins Agricultural Experiment Station. i ANNOUNCINGI I

'time to prevent them from be. for a picnic, starting at 12:30P. : You can overcome the "all I
coming serious. Health checkupsare M. leaves and no flower" siutation I I
particularly important for by using fertilizers low in nitro. AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION

children and those over forty. It Cheese Casserole I gen, or by planting the bulbsin TO,THE OFFICE OF
is wise for women over thirty. less fertile soil and givingthe

five to have an annual examination Is Good Choice plants a short supply of water Judge of Flagler CountyIF '
for possible cancer in the during the late stages of :
female system If discovered For Protein Meal growth.

,early, such cancers are usually How much and what kind of ELECTED I PLEDGE CONTINUED FAIR AND
curable, preventing untold suffering Cheese Is a happy choice for fertilizer?
the main protein dish for a COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE
and expense. When establishing a new
Regular health examinationsalso meal, says Miss Izola Williams, amaryllis planting apply only a DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.T. .

provide a good opportunityto nutritionist, Florida Agricultural pound of a 1:3:3: : ratio (nitrogen,

check on the need for Immunizations Extension Service. phosphorous, potassium) fertilizer K. ( ) MCKNIGHTPaid
that can prevent several Two ounces of Cheddar cheese per 100 square feet of bed Buddy
diseases well ad. supplies as much protein as two this
as as proper space. Doling out meager
,vice on diet and nutrition. and a half eggs or two cups of amount of plant food keeps rank Political Adv

If something is wrong, you milk, or two ounces of lean growth to a minimum.
will be ahead of the game to meat or fish. Two and one-half Bulbs that are flowering now

catch It early. If all Is well, It ounces of cottage cheese gives will be ready for digging this
Is always good news to receive, you the same amount of protein. I fall. At harvest time, remove
Cheese supplies not only pro. the offsets from the bulb
a clean bill of health. parent Vote To ReElectCowart
tein, but also calcium and riboflavin and plant them. Under Florida

and vitamin A, providedthe climate It will take about three

Dance to the Music of cheese is made from whole years before the offsets reach

milk. flowering size. But In the mean H.
THE Most of the cheese sold is time the "mother" bulb will C.
Amerlcan Cheddar is the
P., RHYTHMROCKERS furnish you with color.
best known. For taste delight
In addition to offsets, you can
make a casserole with Cheddar. propagate amarylls by seed and District 3
AT THE Cheese Macaroni Casserole cuttage.If County Commissioner
Cook 7-ounce package of el.
you want to propagate by
41 bow macaroni. Rinse and drain.
LOUNGE cuttage, then make use of a
FLAGLER BEACH Place half Of macaroni in but. sharp knife at digging time late As a member of the Board I shall con-
casserole. with 1
Top cup
in the summer. Cut the mother
Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. shredded sharp Cheddar cheese. bulbs into number of
a pieces-
Mix 1 teaspoon salt, K teaspoon up to 60 if you are an expert tinue to discharge the duties of the
pepper, and 1/8 teaspoon oregano -
Be sure each piece has a portion
and sprinkle half of this of the stem tissue or basal
office in fair honest and impartial
MILLER mixture over cheese. Slice 1 a ,
plate of the bulb attached to
small onion into rings and place
the scales.
ELECTRONICS half in casserole. Pour half of
Next, dust the wedges with manner for all Flagler County.
tall of milk
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. a can evaporated ferbam or thlram to prevent diseases
over onions. Repeat in layers
and plant immediately in
REPAIRS ON TV'S until all ingredients are used, Paid Political Adv.
a flat or bed containing a mixture
WASHERSDRYERS reserving some shredded cheeseto of peat and sand or other
sprinkle on top. Bake 30 minutes .
porous medium.If .
In 350 degree oven.
a the weather is humid and
Call Collect 672-0377 Serve with a fresh fruit or I moist, small bublets will form
tossed green salad and you'll NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
between the scales of the cut
ALL WORK GUARANTEED have delicious as well as nutritious !
a ,
I I pieces in about four weeks. fir Insurance policies we write still give the scan

_ --_i .-, meal. I These will be ready for pottingor dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
l'' planting after one growing coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very

season and should bloom in two little extra costRemember
Vote For and Elect or three years.In .
harvest H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
seed propagation,
COY G. HARRIS the seed pods after they turn take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
for full details.
or stop In soon
yellow and begin to break open.

Supt. of Public Instruction Next, dry the seeds for a few H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
days and plant them In a flat, 4373361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell na.r .
FLAGLER COUNTYA or a bed. Be sure the soil Is
well drained and shaded. The
SCHOOL MAN FOR A SCHOOL JOB amount of light should be Increased I wwwwwwmm

Your vote and consideration will be appreciated come up after until the they young can plants stand FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Paid Political Adv. full sunlight r
-. Indoor gardners who can't AMBULANCE
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poisonous and although the biteis I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Wean

extremely painful it Is seldom always at your service with promptness, safety and
: 'I'Winter:
!r,:... ;.' Storage :. ,. fatal to adults.PETERSON. 'I experience.
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