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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 7, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 52., NO. 18 BTJNNELL.. FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR
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Haydon Burns ZELDA SMITH CoUnty Board f I

EARNS MASTERS Unofficial Results of
Has CommandingLead DEGREE AT FSU Has Routine Meet


in Field of 6 Tallahassee Florida State today University announcedthe at Monday MorningAt
First
Jacksonville's Mayor Haydon names of 1142 graduates receiving its regular monthly meetIng Primary Vote
Burns with a commanding first degrees at the end of Monday morning, the Boardof
primary lead in his bid for trimester two. County Commissioners read

governor in a field of six, will The graduates included Zelda two sets of bids-one for gas, N .. h N
face the second primary runoffon Brooks Smith who received her oil and grease for county equip. d dd d dddd
May 26 with Miami's Mayor master's degree. Mrs. Smith is ment and one for petroleum gas ;z z zzz z zz
Robert King High. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. for heating and other purposesin OFFICE AND CANDIDATE :
Mayor Burns held a lead of Shelton Brooks of Bunnell. county buildings. Because of

almost 100,000'Otes over his Diplomas were mailed Saturday Involved specifications in the 1JI121h i J J t; :
nearest opponent at press time Registrar Murray W. Ken gas and oil bids, the board decided h
with 2243 of Florida's 2279 precincts na said, to 980 students gettinga to postpone until Friday United States Senator I I I I I I I I I
reported, and an estimated bachelor's degree, 141 a mas evening at 8 o'clock to make a Spessard L Holland ...................... / 95110316117911012
10,000 absentee votes yet ter's degree and 21 doctorate. determination on the bids. Bralley Odham ................................ 2691267149158131/ 31// 391191321 370
to be counted.In Howard Taylor, county agrej Governor I I I I I I. I I 1
the U. S. Senate race, Senator Commencement ceremonieswere I cultural agent, appeared beforeI Haydon Burns .................................. 1741239I23125I281: / 681 581481581 721
Spessard L. Holland held held on April 18 but since. I j the board with a suggestion Fred Dickinson ................................ 451 3.11 11211) 81 91 19// 71 81 152
a lead of better than two to one grades were not yet In, the diplomas that a public system amplifier Robert King High ........................... 361 221 21241 0// 161 231 11) 51 139!
over his opponent, Bralley Ode could not be Issued at owned by the Flagler County Frederick B. Karl .......................... 401102111/281/ 11 161 41 21161 220
ham. Holland faces Republican the time. Cat emen's.. Asodatioa. be purchased Scott Kelly....................................... 59// 401 71101 41) 261 161 2120\/ \ 184
opposition in the November general bjr the boanfc btcatuaor the John E. Mathews ............................ 861 291191191 81 241 181131 51 I 221
election.In syxtBBr f>i nwd.toy nanjr*other1crcatalzBt JUtorn T General f f f 1 J I I I I
the race for attorney general Hearing-Tfies1 oas- than' the cattle : Earl Falrcloth ...-.....?..................... :t2 4ZlG{ tCt2124174184I491411852\
at press time, incumbent met: Raymond Smith, county James W. Kynes ._..................... 162112811813GI22tW1: 50137159T\ 566' ,
Jimmy Kynes was In the lead Interim Election civil defense director, said that Public Utilities Commissioner I I 1 I t I I I I
with about 400 votes over Earl :lit could be used also in case Phillip S. Brewer ..._......._........... .541) 77112137\{ { \ 15171241261\ { 2&1
Faircloth, with several precinctsand Study CommitteeThe I of an emergency to warn rural Edwin L. Mason .....................-..... 2601306I39I55I34 9115516811005\
about 10,000 absentee bal. I residents. The board agreed to Stat. Attorney I I I I {I 1 I I I t'
lots still to be counted.In Interim Election Study buy it for about $240. Joseph A. Scarlett .......................... 1261 831141531/ 371 2611812340:5/ :
the Seventh Judicial Cir Committee was created by the I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal, Dan R Warren .............................. 26113371471611231 95110716117611008
cult race for state attorney, incumbent 1963 session of the Florida representing the Senior Citizens County Judge I I I I I I I I '
Dan Warren won, with Legislature to make a study of Club, asked the board to assistIn Duane A. Deen ..........._................. 1321223121134114 f 411 411311411 578 l
about 67 per cent of the four- the Florida Election Laws and retaining Dr. Norman Davidson T. K. "Buddy" McKnlght............. 317124814519813S11251113Iroj73I1104 ,
county vote, over his opponent, present its recommendations to as mental consultant who Sheriff I I I I I I I I
Joseph Scarlett. the 1965 session. had been retired by the State Homer Brooks .................................. 2051345149174241 f 951 811651591 097
In the race for Florida Railroad Board of Health. They pointed E. W. Johnston, Jr. ........................ 23811301151371 1 721 731181541 682 f
and Public Utilities Com This committee will hold I out that Dr. Davidson had been Supt. Public Instruction I I I I 1 I I 1 I ,j
mission, incumbent Ed Mason hearings in various areas of the very valuable in working with Coy C. Harris ............................_... 242225307522{ { {/ { 811{ 651481651{ { 853 t
was assured reelection over his State In order that those who I the retired people of the county. Z. D. Holland ..................... ........... 206246j3456 261 8632148\! \ 820 ,
f. opponent Phillip_S. Brewer. _. are interested might have an Dr. J. R. Sayers, director of. the Supervisor. of\ Registration.. .. t I I I 861{ i i
opportunity t6 present their I Flagler County Health Department Frances W Edmonson..._.._..._ J3OII14I 21341111 42f 50119128// 430
"suggestions for changes which I also urged l the board to Mary E. Smith .....................%,...... u91mll0j40j221( 831 49/421541/ 704
City Board Set they feel should be made. attempt to get the State Boardof Imogene Strickland ........._......._ 1561 801:521591151: 57i 402051I 536
Honorable E. William Gautler, I Health to retain Dr. Davidsonor County Commission* Dist I I'J i 1 I I I i I I
Additional Days who has been designated a district to employ and pay him with Harry Atkinson ..........-........._........ 182I172i3715T1 78155I29I36I/ 676 ;
chairman for the commit county funds. Dr. Sayers also Louis M Steflik ...................._... 2UI2G9I26j671191 841 931491761 924
For Library HereThe tee, has set up a meeting In reported to the board that he County Commissioner >DisL :3 I I I 1 1 1 I I f
his district for a public hearing will enter a hospital shortly and T. Shelton Brooks .. ...................... 18.512471 3/321111/ .41 261371531 G.S
on Tuesday, May 12, at 8 P. M. informed the board that he C. H. Cowart .. ....... .................... 16311261621261271( 821261371 625
hold the city city commission library open voted three tot in the county commissioners' would be off duty for possibly Lee J. Drazba ....... .."............"...... 891 0011175/111/ 441 3)11G1241! / 3M
meeting room, courthouse, De- several weeks.
hours each afternoon, Monday '
[ Land. All Interested parties are Deputy Sheriff bonds for Cit
through Friday. This will be on W. C. Sullivan Two Races For
r a 30 day trial basis, to deter. Invited to attend this meeting ford Hlffglnbotham and Robert
mine how the and present any recommended Deen, and Virgil Decker were I
many days library Dies At HomeWilliam Posts
should be open each week. changes which they feel shouldbe approved. County
made in the Florida Election George Moody, chairman of
,. They decided on the open Corbett Sullivan,
Code.Senior. the airport advisory committee, To Be Run Off
date to begin May 18. The membership Flagler County Standard 011
I fee will be 50 cents for was present and reported recent Agent for the past 48 years,
I six months. The open 'hours will breakin in the airport hangar, passed away at his home, 401 Flagler County Judge T. K.
McKnlght and Sheriff Homer
I be from 2 to 5 P. M.I Citizens To losing oil and tires. Also the East Moody Boulevard, early Brooks
were returned to office
board received the resignation of
I Commissioner M. B. McDaniel Saturday evening. Mr. Sullivan In
first
: said the library now has a totalof Retain Club NameAt C. II. Neely as a member of the was born in Baxley, Georgia, lion Tuesday with substantial primary leads elec.over
1,100 books on the shelves. committee. It was accepted and and moved to Bunnell 52 years their .
Several new books will be its meeting Tuesday, May Rogers Turner was named In his ago. He was 70 years of age. opponents.Coy

I i added each month. I I 5, the Flagler Senior Citizens I place. He was a member of the First G. Harris won the nomination
Other business the The Bunnell City Commission for Superintendent of
4 they accepted Club voted to retain name Methodist Church of Bunnell,
the low bid of $334.25 for 350 which it has been using on a requested the board to pay for Masonic Lodge No. 200 of Bun Public Instruction over incumbent
feet of 2V4-lnch firehose from temporary basis since formationof street paving amounting to ap nell, the Rotary Club, Morrocco Z. D. Holland by a pluraltyof
I,1 Parley and Company. Six bids the Club last October. At its proximately $3,800. Upon adviceof Temple of Jacksonville, Flagler 33 votes.
I were offered, ranging in price February 18 meeting the Club's Board Attorney H. T. Cook it County Shrine Club, and the
I I In County Commissioner's District J
I from the accepted bid to $159 chairman Rev. E. Lester Stanton was agreed It would be paid by Woodmen of America. t \
One race, Louis Steflik won r
amending the budget and the t
per foot appointed a committee to
amount be "in lie la survived by his wife, out over Harry Atkinson The
Also votedto purchase a new submit a list of new names in designated as r
Helen B. Sullivan of Bunnell Incumbent, John A. Clegg, did !
I I leu of advalorem taxes-part ,
chloronator for the water system. response to action by a majority J
The purchase price was $1060. of the members. The voting was of the county road and bridge and one sister, Miss Louise Sullivan not seek re-election.

Voted to hold a special meeting overwhelmingly in favor of fund. of Coral Cables. Also surviving Going into the second primaryon
Friday night to revamp the keeping the name by which the are one nice and one May 26th for a tin-oft for
building permit forms. Also Club has been identified since COY HARRIS SELLS nephew, a great-nelce and a District Thrree County Commls
voted to remove the gate to the its Inception.The GAS COMPANY I j great-nephew. stoner will be Incumbent & H. I

garbage dump ground. Club also heard a first Mr. and Mrs. Coy G. Harris Funeral service was held at Cowart and T. Shelton Brooks I,
I. It was announced that ther reading of a constitution which I have announced the sale of the 2:30 o'clock Wednesday' afternoon who ran a close race with only
r shuffleboard court was now has been in the making for Harris Gas Company to Green's from the First Methodist 13 votes separating them. The
ready for use. Those wishing to some Urn e and, which is ex Fuel, Inc Church of Bunnell The pastor, third candidate, eliminated was
use the court may contact the peeled to be adopted at a later. Mr. and Mrs. Harris said "We Rev. Howard Porter, officiated Lee Drazba.
dty clerk for the keys. date. can assure that followed
you you will Interment at the family .
In runoff in the second
a primary
May 21 was announced as the There were 34 present at the ,' continue to receive the same / lot In Espanola Cemetery. of
meeting date of the League of Tuesday meeting which follow service and that our personnel Active pallbearers were: Tom will for be supervisor Mary E. Smith Registration and
Small Municipalities. ed a potluck supper at 6 P. M. will be working with Stuart Ifolden, John C Rice, Dave Per- Strickland. The Incum
A lawn party was planned for Eatman and Leona Elsenbach ryman, Charles Crest, Clyde Imogene
bent who has
Gladys Deen.
I h Lineage of the common cat I, this date, at the borne of Rer. in the delivery and service of Lewis and Lewis Wadsworth.
served the number of
can be traced to ancient EgyptCats and Mrs. Reynold Hoover In Honorary pallbearers were: post a ,
spread to Europe about Flagler Beach, but it was moved gas.Green's Fuel is locating their. H. T. Cook. Walter Cody, A. M. years Francis, did W.not Edmonton seek re-election.the
700-GOO B.C, perhaps In the Indoors at the Flagler Beech business in our store at 403 W. UeDanlel. Walter Knight, D. D. I third candidate In this was race. II
ships of Phoenician traders and Methodist Church due to in Moody Blvd. We wish to thank Moody, and William Wadsworth.
mated with the European wild. dement weather. The next meet. the people of Flagler County for Funeral arrangement were On this page Is the unofficial I
cats. The new breed flourished Ing. May 19, will be a hobo the patronage which so aided I under the direction of Craig I tabulated results of Tuesday's
and became domesticated I party at Beverly Beach the growth of our business." Funeral Home of BunnelL primary election.t.Ir. .


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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 7, 1964

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- - the season for the Lumber Co. -BAKERS WIN-MIDGET- LEAGUE-- 1 I 1- The first three Inmngs; foundi 1- Shelton scored !Jn the fifth on

with an 8-4 record. CHAMPIONSHIP 1964 i i i both teams scoreless, when bara- walk to Mike Kelly, a singleby
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NOl'R1SES Dudley Improta, and a field-
Shelton scored four runs In the Sheltons met Bakers in their I t boom in the top of the fourth er's choice by George Revels. In

: ', fourth Inning to make the score final game of the season. Shel inning Shelton pulled one of its the fifth and sixth innings Ba

75. In the bottom of the sixth ton was going into the game as I weekend specials and scored five kers scored three runs to tie up
WADSWORTH SCORES the underdog as they had to runs. John Geller knocked in this
inning, Shelton scored one run the game. By time most
EARLY TO WIN 7.6 win to be in the runoff for the three runs with a long Texas
to
to make it 76. With runners on I parents were coming the ball
Wadsworth Lumber Co. scored first and third and two out, city title. Both teams were de I Leaguer. Bakers in the bottom field as the game had been In

seven runs in the first two innings Butch Hornsby struck out the termined and tension around II of the fourth scored three runs progress two and a half .hours.
on six walks and five hits. last batter to end the game. the ball field had Little World on four walks and a three fun I II I
The win over Shelton closed out Series pressure. I error. I (Continued on page 3)

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Ag. Resources WE GIVE SHELTON'S QUANTITY RIGHTS
(Continued from Page 2) f!
Chiefs RESERVED
In another half hour we hada j Speak
TOP
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champ. Mike Kelly was put
on first base when Tommy i Newspaper, radio, televisionand I PRICES GOOD
Bratcher Interferred. Dudley Im magazine editors have been i VALUE GROCERY Thursday, Friday
prota hit to short and Kelly was invited to attend a press con I and Saturday,
ference in Gainesville Friday,
out at second. Greg Crews
May 7, 8, 1964
8, the University of .9
walked. John Geller struck out May on I STAMPS **
for the second out. George Revels Florida's "Operation DARE"-a TELEPHONE 7-3201
103 S. Railroad St.
designed to Develop
walked, loading the bases. program
Mike Barber walked, Improta Agricultural Resources Effective- ( "Your Store
Friendly Co-op
scoring. James Alan Brannam ly. i i
walked forcing in Greg Crews. Dr. E. T. York, Jr., provost for j"
Pat McCoy was called out when agriculture, extended the Invlta-1 WILSON CERTIFIED SMOKED
in his fast tion to some 400 state editors i
Wetherington slipped
ball. The conference will open at 10:301a. : 1

Bakers went into the bottomof m. in McCarty Hall Audi-
three torlum with Dr. York and facj j
the seventh needing Shank
ulty of the university's agric- '
runs to win. Russ Wetherington Ib
cultural research, extension and
started off with a single. Ty I
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Whittaker walked, Ray Smith teaching programs explaining
DARE, its its goals
walked, loading the bases. John purposes I
and its significance.
Geller relelved Revels. Tommy
Following the conference, the i
Bratcher walked, Wetherington
will be of the I
newsmen guests
scoring. Russ Ehlenbach struck university at a luncheon. A 1 iblvC WHOLE CENTER
out for the first out.Whittaker Mike Man at question and answer session will Ib th43 SLICES Ib 7ge
uel forced out
home for the second out. With I follow the luncheon.Dr. . Lean Meaty (Small) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Family
York said the basic objective
the bases loaded and who two out had, of these meetings Is to Lb. *
Wayne Wetherington I' Ribs 49
four walks in the game, was formulate an action program Spare STEAK 59
I aimed at realizing Florida's full
next batter up and drew a
potential for agricultural de.
walk'i
giving Bakers the 1964 velopment during the next dec Tender (All Meat) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Chuck I

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Shelton z. Kelly Ab 1 R 0 H 0 I I Mike Barber 23 7 343 STEW 69 STEAK 49

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G. Crews Mike BacOn 12 4 333
J. Geller 4 1 1 World's Best Ground Azalea Brand (All Meat)

G. Revels 3 2 0 0 1 0 SOFTBALL TONIGHT u *' *
M. Barber Bunnell Merchants will meet BEEF 39 Wieners Vk 39
4 0 0
" J. A. Brannam the Seville Panthers in a ,
1 1 0
G. Barber Softball game tonight ,at 8 o'
I P. McCoy 2 0 0 clock. TOP VALUE STAMPS 8 ct. package BUNS with pur.
J. Taylor 4 1 1 Both teams played off for the Z 5 FREE with purchase of 3 Ibs. chase of pkg. 12 oz. Wieners IZ-
(; M. Kelly 1 2 0 city crown with the Panthers
D. Improta 3 2 1 I taking the crown 16 to 9. Ron

.\ nie Wells and Julius Smith,
TOTAL 26 8 4'i Hot Dog Demonstration in our
i home run twins, will bring their FREEAzalea
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Bakers ,big bats. Bud Henrdy is lookingfor
G. Wetherington 3 1 1 a 20 game season. Bud hasa Friday Evening and all day Sat.
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2 0 rl
Ty Whitaker
Ing on. Bill Cummins will start
4 1 0
Smith
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for Whittaker. Both teams are
, T. Bratcher 3 2 0 ready to go.SUK. HERSHEY
R. Ehlenbach 3 1 1
M. Manuel 3 0 0
W. Wetherington 0 1 0

TOTAL 2595 5 Lb.

Winning pitcher, R. Wether- SUGAR 35Limit
ington; losing pitcher, J. Geller.

Pache.Umpire Jim STANDINGS Brown. Scorer L. BAG


Won Lost Per
One With Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order
Bakers 8 4 692
Sheltons 6 6 500

Wadsworth 4 8 308 FOLGER'S PILLSBURY'S (Plain or Seif.Rlsing)
TY WHXTTAKER WINS

BATTING CROWNAb Hit Avg DOWN1 1 FLOUR 51 Lbmg' 38<

Ty Whittaker 14 8 571 Coffeei48'}!!
G. Revels 18 10 553 TOUCAN MAXI PROWS RBI BYWISIADVIRTOINO. OR YOUR CHOICE

Kirk Robertson 18 8 444 CALL US .
Russ Wetherington 20 8 400 TODAY AND Lin TALK ABOUT SHURFINE 5D 280
Rreg Robertson 20 8 400 Limit One With Purchase of $5.00 or
J. Geller 23 10 371 YOUR ADVERTISING. NIEOS.t More Food Order Limit One of Your Choice With $5.00
Food Order
Chip Johnston 7 6 352B.
Hornsby 1 20 7 350 UnomVER ADS SUI FOR SCrlf'
, Everfresh (Twin Pkg.) Everfreth

24 HourWrecker POTATO CHIPS 490 COFFEE ROLLS*,.290

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Grove MASSEY-FERGUSON Farm. Industrial Equipment CUCUMBERS 4 For 250 DRINKS 3 Can. 'i .


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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. BLACK EYES 2 """ 290 ICE CREAM c"- 590

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PARENT-TEACHER Other Scouts were Kenneth

ASSOCIATION NEW OFFICERSThe I Whitney, David Anderson.
Wayne Owens, and Steve Lewis. i
Flagler Beach PTA met
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Tuesday and Installed the following All boys were under their own j i

officers for the new year. canvas, and cooked their own I PRICES GOOD
meals. They entered many QUANTITY RIGHTS
Mrs. Kenneth Whitney president THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, vice cap-wide contests, went swim. RESERVED
president; Mrs. Floyd Collins, mlng, took part In the Order of MAY 7, 8, 9, 1964

secretary; Mrs. Don Kaufman, the Arrow tap-out Saturday eve-
treasurer. nlng. In spote of quote a rain, OUR SPECIALTY U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY AGED FOR

Rev. Stanton delivered the sermon FLAVOR AND
TENDERNESS.
CUT TO
ORDER ON REQUEST.
Mrs. Leonard Moody was Installing to all the boys who attend.

officer and presentedMrs. ed church on the grounds Sun U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF
Pete Peterson, outgoing day morning.Our .
president, with her past presl boys won a tug-of-war Full Cut Round

dent's plaThree contest, and out of the 400 boys STEAK Ib. -89

fifth grade girls present. attending, placed third In camp. Sirloin and Rib
site Inspection, and also received
ed patriotic readings. They were
(as all participating troops)
Carol Kirkpatrick, Vlckey Per FLORIDA GRADE "A"
a real Ectsy: Ross Flag, with its
ritt and Sandra Abbott The new
circle of 13 stars. PALM RIVER SLICED
officers were also presented rose Lb.
*
corsages, and Mrs. Peterson pre. The Rev. E. Lester Stanton FRYERS 29 u
sented W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal who stayed with the boys says BACON 49*
with a small oak tree, he thinks the boys learned Limit 3 Please
which Is the symbol of the PTA, something. This may be the

with the request that It be under statement of the year. ARMOUR STAR VAC. PAC.FRANKS .
planted on the school grounds. Ask Kenneth! He learned not

The group voted to donate $10 to be too palsy-walsy with a lk49'Jil* Steaks 6 F"59<
to the County Nursing Loan five-foot snake, even if it is not

Closet and $5 to defray cost of poisonous. And Steve hopes not
to be in another tug-of-war con
the chil.
fluoride treatment on
dren's teeth in the schools. This test when the rope breaks. And

treatment will be given by the all of them hope someone or. Look What 39 Will Buy!
county dentist before the end of ders better weather next time.

the school year.


The Flagler Woman's Club ARMOUR'S CHASE & SANBORN HERSHEY'S
.
held its installation of new officers.
They were installed by VEGETOLE
Mrs. R. A. Collins, District Six COFFEE SUGAR
Ft LuckBY SHORTENING
Director from Ormond Beach.
Mrs. Frank Brede was Installed b.
3ge 5
as president; Mrs. II. G. \ 3J 3ge n Bag 3ge

first vice president Mrs. "W
Heydt
Charles Sindelar, second; vice HELEN HALE Limit 1 with your $5.00 Limit 1 with your $10. Limit 1 with your $5.00or
Be a Creative Cook food order food order food
more or more or more order
Mrs. E. P. Fleurte,
president; recording -
An inch and a half thick ham
secretary; Mrs. E. Lester slice spread with prepared mustard -
Stanton, corresponding secretary and baked in cider .is
a
Size 300 Sweet Treat Crushed Joe Cram's Twin Oaks Poultry
1 ; and Miss Emily Gage, wonderful entree when time's ata
t treasurer. The officers received premium. Sprinkle slice with PINEAPPLE Z For 39C MEDIUM EGGS*
t corsages from Mrs. Jasper White, brown sugar before baking in 3902V2
moderate for hour.
oven an
past president of the club. Making filled cookies? Try 1% Shurfine FRUITCOCKTAIL
8 Oz. Mueller's MACARONI
The first meeting of new of. OR
cups chopped dates, V cup water, Each
ficers will be held Wednesday, Mi cup sugar and 2 tablespoons 390 SPAGHETTI 3 Pkgs.
May 13, at 2 P.M. at the club lemon Juice cooked over low heat 390
house and all members are I until thickened. 57 Oz. Juiced Rite All Flavors
Leftover mashed potatoes are
asked to attend. KRAFT'S
Each
no problem if add
you some DRINKS 390
Crated American cheese to them, DINNERS Pk<..
2
BOY SCOUTS ATTEND 390
shape in balls and roll in cornflake
c SPRING CAMPOREEBoy crumbs to bake until heated 23 Oz. Bush Golden Yam Whole SWEET

Scouts of Troop 395 of through.Cream of pea soup is marvelously POTATOES 2 For 390 JELLO 4 Pkgs.: 390
Flagler Beach attended the An. different when you add a bit
nual Spring Camporee at Camp of chopped dried mint leaves to
Lanoche. it while heating. Shurfine Condensed KLENEX 150( Pkg.

Saturday and Sunday, May A super-sandwich is that made MILK 3 Large Cans 390 2 Ply', 2 39c
2.3, the Camporee of all thee with waffles. Creamed leftover tur
key goes on the waffles to
Boy Scouts of the Halifax District with sweet pickle and crisp serve, TREND
celery 24 Oz. CRISCO % 390
of the Central Florida Council Make scrapple by substituting Detergent
was held "weather or no" t meat or chicken stock for water. COOKING OIL Each 390
There were nearly 500 Scouts Chill scrapple before frying to Sparkey's Briquette
from many troops there. Flagler make it easier to cut. Serve with
Beach was represented by Senior syrup 300 Van CampPORK CHARCOAL Btg.;; 390

Patrol Leader David Johnson, & BEANS 3902Va
Patrol Leader of the Wolf pa. Helen's Favorite: For
trol; Grady Prather, P. L. of the, Fruit-Nut Bread Pen Champ Charcoal
Panther Patrol; Ed Dodlmead. H cup sugar Bush SHOW BOAT LIGHTER Qt. Can
IrggHi 390
caps milk PORK & BEANSir39C
'
I 3 cups biscuit mix
Community *i teaspoon anise FRESH PRODUCEGolden
to cup mixed candled fruit FROZEN FOODS .
Memorial Church *i cup coarsely chopped nuts Ripe

I...........1..tI..1 Mix sugar, egg, milk and biscuit I 10 Oz. McKenzieUTOKRA2pFk.V
mix. Beat ,vigorously BANANAS 3 u..
flflE CONDITIONED seconds. Batter will be lumpy. 390 390
Day ton* AT*. I Blend la anise, fruit and nuts.
FLAGLER BEACH Pour Into well-greased loaf 8 Oz. Morton Beef Chicken Turkey Yellow Cooking
S 5 S
pan x z Indies. Bake 45
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. to 50 minutes In a moderate For ONIONS 5 Lbs.
390
POTPIES Z 390
1 Church Service 11:00: A.M. (MOT.) even or until a toothpick .
stuck In center comes out
n. W. DICKERT. PailorBVKHYONB dUlL Birdseye Leaf or Chopped Yellow

\ WEI.COMR SPINACH 21C: 390 CORN 6 Ears 390VJ


I. NEW\ FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe '. NVA......VJWWfife ....................".......,............... ....." '. ...."' .................."".'.."V.J

fire insurance policies we write still give the same EXTRA FREE 5U5SU 0 EXTRA FREE 5O5' FREES

I dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional STAMPS 5 S & H GREEN STAMPS
coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very & H GREEN | S & H GREEN STAMPS

! I little extra cost.Remember With this coupon and s With this coupon and | With this coupon and

};, IL T. Cook Agency U ready to help you Your purchase of One 12 ;:Your purchase of $5.00 or J Your purchase of Four

!P. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 I Oz. Can Ubby's Chopped ti More Food J Light Bulbs, Any
: or stop In soon for full details.H. Ham 53c 5j Order size
s
p.- T. COOK AGENCY I Coupon Expires ? Coupon Expires Coupon Expires

Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnelt Flo. I Saturday, May 9, 1964 > Saturday, May 9, 1964 S Saturday, May 9, 1964

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Thursday, May 7, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE I
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LOCALS {M ,
I !! ''FOR MOTHER HER DAY '


SHEFFIELDCARLEMr. I Mrs. Doris Carter and son, Fresh Florida Grade "A" (224 lb. Avg.)

and Mrs. Ray Carle of I Corydon Manning,(Brother S. C., were) Carter here, Jr.this, of ((3 For $2.00))
fRY E R S Each
Bunnell announce the engage week to attend the funeral of 69
ment and approaching marriageof their uncle, W. C. Sullivan.
their daughter, Susan, to
Wilbur Sheffield, son of Mr. and U. S. D. A. Choice (BONED & ROLLED) r
Mrs. Scott Sheffield of Bunnell. General D. Woods is a patient '
BOTTOM ROUND ,
in the Holly Hill Hospital for ,-;}
Miss Carle is a graduate of medical treatment. OR RUMP ROAST Ib 79
Bunnell High School and at. j p p; 1 ,
,; tended Mary Karl Vocational
School before her employmentWith Mrs. Mary Bullock and sons, Choice JuicyALL
i
Sears, Roebuck and Com Gary and Charles, accompaniedby
pany at Daytona Beach. I Mrs. Inez Dodgen and son MEAT STEW Ib. 69*
Mr. Sheffield is a graduate of 1 I Howie, visited in Miami Friday
Bunnell High School and is ,and Saturday of last week with
employed at Favorite Pulpwood I relatives.
Company. Mrs. Bullock was accompained Smoked (Whole or Half) Armour Star (ROLL) .
The wedding date has been j home by her mother who will "
set for July third. I spend. some, time here with her. PICNICS I I SAUSAGE

Mrs. H. B. Bagwell of Pensa- Henry Wells is a patient In 6-8 lb. Avg. Ib. Ib I
cola Is the house guest of her the local hospital for medical (Sliced Free) 270 2 Roll 69* : i

son in law and daughter, Mr. treatment. 'f"f",
and Mrs. Benny Black. She is Lean Western (CENTER CUT) I
the former Mrs. J. E. Rose of Mrs. Stanley Deen and children
Flagler Beach. *''arrived here for a visit *
PORK CHOPS lb
with Mrs. Gladys Deen. Mr : 59 rr
TAMARA DAWNE PARK Deen plans to join them during .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Park, III, of the weekend for a visit with his I ,.
Atlanta, Georgia, announce the I mother and the return trip home. TURKEY LEGS 4 Ib. $100 GIANT SIZECHEER .J
arrival of a seven pound and !They presently are residing in
eleven ounce daughter, born on ,Grand Bahama Island. ox TAILS 4 Ib.. $100
April 29, at the Baptist Memorial $ 00 1
Hospital there. She has I Mrs. William Deen, Mrs. Rose. RIB TIPS 5 lb.. !
beers given the name of Tamara ly Cameron, and Mrs. Robert Each '

Dawne. Bertha were among those from BOG MAWS 5 ,lb. $1 48c
She is the grand daughter of Bunnell accompanying the Bun
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis of nell High School Band to the PIG FEET 6 Ib.. $100 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Bunnell. Mrs. Park is the form State Contest in Tallahassee to _
Judith Lewis of Bunnell. day. NECK BONES 6 $100Red
er I I lbs. and White (CUT) 303 Can

PAUL JAMES BLOSENGAME PETERSON TEXACO MULLET 6 Iba. $100 GREEN BEANS 6 For $100
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Bios- "
engame of Bunnell announce I SERVICE Our Value. 303 Can Mix or Match Red and White (SLICED) 303 Can
the arrival of a son, born at ROAD SERVICE BEETS For
y COLLARD -TURNIP MUSTARD 8 'I00
:,,'" the local hospital on April 26. Light Mechanical Work
He has-been named Paul James. Phone 437.3441 Bunxull GREENS 10 for $ 00HERSHEY'S Red and White FRUIT 303 Can "

MARY ANN COFFMANMr. Q Ntfr- COCKTAIL 4 For goo

and Mrs. Edwin Coffmanare 6uw w swct laze,., DptPa
the parents of a ten pound, Our Value (EARLY JUNE) 303 Can

eight ounce daughter, born at PEAS 60$100
the local hospital April 29. She SUGAR
has been given the name of Red & White EVAPORATED

child Mary of Ann.Mr. She and Mrs.is the Otis. grand Nip 5 I MILK 8 TaI!l $100

per of Bunnell. I' lag 28 DAIRY SPECIAL

Mrs. W. L. Dunson has returned +ovsar Limit 1 with $10.00 or Southern Belle (Limit 2 Please) I
to her home here after I more food order OLEO 1 lbE.schlid' IOCFROZEN
a visit in Charlotte N. C. with ) 1 fio
With $5.00 or more
relatives. I II I 38e food order FOOD
I Frozen Rite (HOME BAKED)
Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs.

Zack Jacksonville Holland Thursday.were visitors in FRESH PRODUCE BREAD .K.3.( ) 45c

Fresh (BLACK EYE)
Mrs. Clyde Lewis left Saturday PEAS Z lbs' 29C Red and White (Pure Vegetable)
to spend several days in eJ e'f
Atlanta with her son in law and 1 uo SHORTENING I
Fancy No. 1OKRA
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. lb.
Park, 3rd, and to get acquaintedwith 29C
her new granddaughter, 3 Tin 38(9Limit
Tamara Dawne. Yellow Cooking (Loose)
--- 1 with $5.00 or more food order ;
ONIONS I ? 5c


NOTICECity

> 50 FREE 100 FREE 50 FREE ,
of Bunnell dog licenses will be due June 1,
GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS I
> GIFT BOND STAMPS
1964 and are now available at the City Hall. License
fees are as follows: > With purchase of With purchase of > With purchase of
> 1 (Pkg. of 4) (1) 1 Ib. Pkg. > $5.00 or More Food '
Male and spayed female $1.00 ( LIGHT BULBS LIPTON'S TEA ( Order
Female $2.00 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After ( Coupon Void AfterSundayMaylpieG4
Sunday May 10, 1964 Sunday, May 10, 1964 ( ,
t A rabies innoculation certificate signed by a veterinarian

... must be presented before a ,license will
be issued. ; "

have been made to have
Arrangements a veterinarian

at the Civic Center Thursday, May 21, 1964 !
between the hours of 830 A. M. and :Ji:00 A. )f. tNi.Iff
-: veterinarian's charge will be $-1.011 for each !
innoculation. " II'
'
', ,
:t.;: : .. I CITY OF BUNNELL .1,.\. .,'. PIIIH"11"1 ,

t' : Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City' ClerIc< Phone 437-3227 ;;
OPEN SUNDAYS
:
ro ,; f .May 7-14-2tc 8iOO a.nv-liOO p.m. U.S. No. 1 DUNNELLI\\1

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Price Good May 7, 8, 9, 10, 1964A.
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: PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday, May 7, 1964
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NOOK personal dang". I cancer. It is estimated that up tions have been prepared by the cost or obligation. They may
\, THE BOOK Annette and Martin are In. to 75 percent of lung cancer is American Cancer Society from be obtained by contacting the

J. GREEN MANSIONS volved in smuggling prize art I caused by cigarette smoking. world-wlde medical and scientific Education chairman or nearest

: Bf W. H. Hudson I pictures from Paris to London.I Questions Included in the text findings. The booklet also information center of the Amer.

,, Green Mansions may be described i ir' They were forced into it by are a composite of those most contains a definitive conclusion, ican Cancer Society, or by writIng .
exciting, I some blackmailers. Julie, the frequently asked by Junior and regarding cigarette smoking, to the Florida Division,
as a thoroughly Innocent bystander, lands In the .Senior high school students across which 'was issued by,the United American Cancer Society
416
novel,
actlon f lied adventurous
:, first with suspense middle of the fire but will not I. the country. These young States Surgeon General In January Tampa Street, Tampa, Florida,
t, highlighted leave Annette. Julie is capturedby people, a large majority of them of 1964. 33602.
and then with tragedy.
the blackmailers because .as yet uncommitted to the cigarette .
The story reveals a girl who Youth leaders who wish to
they found out she was tryingto habit, face the decision Coney Island
f" is at home In the forest with consider a health project ses was overrun by
? Annette. She is then whether or not to smoke.
help rabbits before it became
her faithful companions, the sion for young people may havea Brook.
forest animals, and the boy taken to the Unicorn House to The answers to the 50 ques copy of this booklet without I lyn's seashore kingdom of the )
await her death (she was being
hot
The
I whose fate lures him to her --- dog. name appears to
I put out of the way because she be a corruption of the Dutch
and to her
habitat I knows too much), but Annette word for rabbit-konijn.O. .
relationship
unusual
Their
leads to an everlasting love, and and Anthony, the boy who likes 11I1llllllllllll1tHllu1llllh1llllIllhIIJIUUII1ll!!! [
\
the couple share their enjoyment Julie, comes to rescue. The end. r.......... .

I of the complete freedomof Ing is very exciting and you F. ALFORD

living among the forests's should read that yourself. vfvt\ tfOtL dl' Nom clocto't..f :! Registered

wonders. Finally an Indian raid This book is a fast.paced romantic .J
brings tragedy to the story and adventure vividly set in I Real Estate

separates the couple forever, today's Paris. I I BunnelL Florida
and the boy's struggle for life Library Assistant, I IIIL

against nature's perils concludesthe Evelyn Herrlngton. I iI I


Having novel.been born and raisedIn Booklet on Lung 1 rn MILLERELECTRONICS
the wilderness of South Am

erica, W. H Hudson, an English I Cancer Offered
man, was familiar with nature 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.

and Us wonders. The setting for i As a special project, leadersof
Green Mansions Is a jungle in youth groups, of organlza- REPAIRS ON TV'S

Venezuela during the last half Ions, or churches in Florida are WASHERSDRYERS
I of the nineteenth century. The being offered, without cost, an = e dLJOVE

theme Is universal man In educational booklet titled "An.

I' search of adventure. Green ewers to Most-often Asked Questions Call Collect 672.0377

Mansions is a thoroughly enjoy About Cigarette Smokingand <
muq tc dchtpUort to ALL WORK GUARANTEED
.p
able book, and I would recommend Lung Cancer.

it for any reader.By This free booklet endeavors to
Library Assistant, provide helpful information on itiur cJ\ItdC't-\ -oon'RxatL' (()'R4q Sio'telIit1IilIll1fl'

Nancy Wilson. smoking and the link betweenthe I
use of cigarettes and \lung I x Dance to the Music of

THE SIGN OF THE UNKNOWN THE
'J-j---
By Mable Ester Allan '

On the boat train from Lon ,, RHYTHMROCKERS

don, Julia befriends a terrified

French girl and is soon em. AT THE

broiled in theft, mystery, and BAMBOO COCKTAIL


CLASSIFIEDADS FLAGLER LOUNGE BEACH

Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.



MetlBM rare this fceaalas sn ,
a eestu Nr wer4 each isMrtlea,
n ..... Is ". ... eaarce.. : k HASTINGS MATTRESS
- & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
FOR SALE-Llndsey water soft $?
Metby
ner with glass lined tank 165.00: 710-12 Lemon St.

cash. 2258 S. Central Ave., Flag Palatka Florida

ler!' Beach, phone 4392165.: Phone EA 5-9166
May 74tc Furaltu-s Upholstering
Repaired & Refinished

FOR SALE-12 hp Sea King lea Mattresses & Box Springs
Made to Order Also Renovated
trie starter outboard motor I960
Call Laura Morris -<<37.3233I
.\ Very good condition, 12300.()( After 6:00
P. M.
'I Jones, 23rd St. it Flagler Ave., I PRICES REASONABLE.
Flagler Beach. 5.7.2tp BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.

WANTED-large attic fan In w f ,.,,,,,.,,...-- ,.. Just Phone as or near Post as Office

good condition Call Mrs. George A y Drop Us A Card or Call

Jams, phone 4373410. 5-7-4tc Free Pick-up & Delivery
----- ---
FOR RENT-Unfurnished home,
IN TIIH COURT OF TUB COUNTY
lllllcrest, Flagler Beach. Two JIIIinR. KI.Ani.RU COUNTY.
KLOIUDA. It
rilOIIATE.
baths, large living room, com In re: Estate of
fortable. Wlsehaupt, 439-2217 EDA HAUT WILKINS.Deceased.T .

May 7-tf All Cn."."* and rVnesm
f IOsvl.g Claim er Demands AcaUst
FOR J\ENT"unfurnl d2 bald hstateiYou
h
bed'j and each of you are hereby
room duplex apartment, carport notified and required to present
I any claim and demands which you.
and screened porch. Call ID 73301. 4 or either I of you, may have gainst
the estate of da Hart Wllklns.
April 16-tf deceased, late of Calhoun
Alabama, to the County u'to.Dtll:
FOR SALE or R.nt-3 bedroom Klarler County. Florida at Ms office -
In the court house of said
unfurnished home on Lehlgh St. County at Dunnelf. Florida within
six: calendar months from the time
Flagler Beach. Contact George of the first publication of this
Moody, Sr., HE[ 92137. TF ., r1"' notice. Each claim or demand shall
be In writtnr. and shall state the
place of residence and post office'
WANTED IRONING to do at my .1 1It's address of the claimant and shall
be sworn to by the claimant his
home reasonable. Pick & de.
up rent, or attorney and any such
livery. Phone ID 7.3CG9. claim or demand not so filed shall
an important gasoline discovery I be Told
10-24-U Methyl EUGENE U HART
steps octane effectively that it As executor of the Last Will
up performance ao stops powerwastingknock and Testament of Eda Hart
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain better than other antiknock compound. :Methyl spreads Wilkins, deceased
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable any April 23-10 May T-14-4tc3it
prices. Call George Ja more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine stands up under

roz. ID 7-3410 8.1-tt extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown ando [
Crown Extra) ..eat no increase in milt glrr tfrlbunrDUNIfElX I

To pr CONSTIPATED; lalnlnlr price! Another important way that FLORIDA

Smo-o rrunes-thest FlKs. best* Henna and most Is natural world'i t. Ute take better care of your car. [ETA N DA R D

laxative, hurry to I MRS. M.B. FULLER. Editor
NethrllredtmerllorenUAnodt.m0ound Jfc n M.
MOODY'S PHARMACY I
for generous FREE SAMPLE or
40 tablets for Tie. Over 1.909,00'' D.e1..Ni Oslelalfer Fehikatle.
old each year. ....... Nedee .fC Fisgl..

,, *...,. .....I..IIU.* .ll.rell

JOHNSTON'SFLACLER sad ... State ef fUrida

BEACH REALTY CO.
LOTS HOMES. OCFAN" FRONT, Methyl Entered as second class matterFebruary
WATER FRONF. FARMS ; : C, 1)11. at the poetofle
ACREAGE at BunneU. Florida, under act of

Be. us for your real estate needs March .. II'"

Office Phone lIE 9-2243 I

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 ...:z One year iLls
7-3317 I 8I. roooOts
or ID --IUI
W. C. SULLIVAN, AGENT, BUNNELL, FLORIDA I





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May 7, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE !\SEVEN

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Books Are My DishBy The space age has producedan The l.O&G-foot-hlgh Rifles Tower .O Ai-8 i vli :=-TT-z.- MM+e., ....,. _............ 1.1 I

explosion in science and en is six lathes! higher in the Lot 9-W bile 1 v>...... grown Willie C. _._... '.31

( Dorothy Romans) gineering. Ninety percent of all summer than In winter. Its all Lot NNttLl'14 Nik 4 HOMHSlTWS.. ......!.!- ..-.. 8Un' Underwood, Joe A An-

the scientists who ever lived are steel structure expands In hot w- ...
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Here are samples of thoughts Tr lbl .ii fi. II, }I It It ii.
living today. weather.NOTICE. .. I. l ustes'.... H.n i
from books In the FlaglerWoman's MAR Li tNL. tti's
Club Lot I. 1 ...........-... Martin O. W. &: June f... !
Library: JOHNSON nmACIl SUIt

According to Herbert Kubly In I Logo t g1! k'1 ..::....:............"... Atsah., .L.n.!t.1-1.Ie It Hwetty Leta r.LU 1.

The Vanishing Novel Saturday D&8'tt
Notice I. hereby given that the following de.ortb.d lands will bep4034 book page i67ex '
Review, the two great enemiesof at publIc auction at n o'oloek noon on the lit day ot June, A. )). I MJlt book IJ page U' to 10 31 3M" Glass. T. It. Betate... J..ft
door ot the Fl.llier County Courthou.e In Bunnell.Flagler
1984 at the front 1'1 AUTH"IA Still
books are "the time In whichwe Count,. Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein Lot U blk 4 --..-..... Q u s e-e II Labaterk

live. Novel reading Is an act opoette the DALE same 13.t'fi \VN.with Tax Collector all cost of, Flagler uch sale County and adv.rtlsing, Florida, Jno. ".-_..__...._.... J.C'

of leisure." And an even great. De.eriptlee s T It A Taxes ('....t.E'I6 The& north the wet 100' ft 2o4 30 of

er enemy perhaps "may be the I .... ....... ..?.._..... U 10 sa 100 carter J. M. .........._......UJl.10 the north tKlof lot .
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bk 4 ............ 21 n 3! 13.36 Ward Jake 1'. 1.11
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he Is everyman; he Is the .: .. n.n 10 -....--....-...-........... U 11 11 1.10 Vern Claude n. It

leader. .A fear may restrain us fart book of 7 I11k page 1:180:...... 13 n It U1 Wier Eva n. __..___ lOU1 IiWYICItLT URACil Mary Belle ..-_ 1.07
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from reading, fear of having our W Tr 1 Ilk 1 ............ n 11 II 5 ( Id.. I. 4: nuth __ 1.81 nook It page 111 .......... U 11 S1 I.a McKlnnon Willtanl J'.
awareness probed, fear of find 'Ye Tr 1 Dlk 8 ............ II 11 It 10 Hldrld&e, F. F. ......_.__ 2.73ST. COCIIAN' 1..ACN stilt Nl. & Mauds 8. ...._"_... "..11l

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ing some unsettling Insight Into Lot 30 blk U ..........._.... Stiller B. ..1 l Lotrt15fba;, 7of tract' Tompkln.. Ueorl\'e J.r. .. IU'
blk U ..._............ 1I.1..n. Arthur ... .__ ..82Lot
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our own plight. book II pace 165 ...... 11 11 It 0.15
Perri Mike .............., 1.11
.. tzteinbeck John
Mr. Kubly quotes from E. M. $;f trb 1 kkl ti 3 bik 6 sa 11 U 20 (oppersmlth, U. ::= .:::1 Book M//Oi\28' pape lrlilt 111 ......... 11' 11 It U' Stephens. Ann.ie L. _.. t.U

Forster who wrote quite a while Book 51 page 'U blk 4 4 13 n 1 Smith F. T. A Virginia. 1,00LAlcla Lot 9-10 blk 6 .............. Pratt .
II'TON !'l'lI t Lot 23 blk 34 ... ._ goiebee. .''' 111."
ago "Books have to be read; it Lot IIAXI.IY J blk !1!till__._.___ Rltta E. U. A Ruby __ 1.00 Lot Lot: 115.1628bikncl II it ... Parker Kraianow, Pal ,A Helen Irma:.. 4...49.0
except
1
Is he only of discoveringwhat Stewart, Roosevelt 31,42
way Lot 30
Lots 19-20":::::::=:: .::: Baxley. Catherine .= 8,30: lot 9-10-11-13 blk (6 FUgler Harbor, Inc ? 24.19
they contain. A few savage Lot 10 ......... .._..._... ." Nmtth Jack Lucille lI.n That part of Sec. 11
tribes eat them, but read. Lot 5 ............_._..._... Thomas, "earl Lew ..._ U.f9 east of canal RAV
Lot y , Adam., Charles Willie south of Moody Blvd '1
Ing Is still the only method of Lot 27 ::::::=::::==::: Torrance, Tom ..... ...... I U: west of Flagler Av
enue except part Included ,
KNO"ON! : % ill'lI
assimilation revealed in the ]rot bl : Favors Hugh ... .. .... In Rabbermonaddition "
I West. I.ot I : EJ1 ..::::;::=: Wilson: Z. W. k toss" : IUI .n:11 except
Lot 11 blk E _____.. Toner Helen 11. ....._.... 1.61 blk* Moody
The poet E. E. Cummings on Lot blk F 4 Thomas Richard r. Sub A that part of {
which he had L.ot = bik F ::::=::: ''j" Butler" :dames & Minnie IfU: blk 18 Kuquay Sub
[Science for no use lying In Section 12 A "

|for-quoted In "The best from Lot TOWN 1 blk 05' 59 IIVNNELL_...".. __.. i' I'arrl.h Robert A Ev- of except blk",.terlr.l.a.o;

[ Thirty Years of the New York Lot. 3.. b1k 111 .._._.. 1 rtti"Ti; ..t..i.."..:::::::::: ZtULot. : Moody Sub.. .. .......... 12 12 31' 123 Flagler Harbor. Inc 53.23 ,

__... HAIIIIKHMAN AUIMTIOV '
Times: 5.6 blk t1 Wilson Zackle A Me-
{; IInd& ................ 11.1N Lots 1.8..10 blk 1 .... FI..ltr harbors; Inc. 1.11
"I'd rather learn from one % tot 1.2 blk n _... Dlurrar' M.rcf'd--'t......... 'I.T.11 Lot. 1 to J9 Inc bik I Vlatrler JI.rbor.. Jnc, II.IT i
Lot I blk 119 ....__. Rtrlckland. Charles A. Ul'IUN PITY !'VII .
bird how to sing &: Tommy Lou .....-..... 14.11 J.ot I blk 11 .................. Xrf."lr, Eva f _. 1:49:
Than to teach ten thousand Northeasterly 'Ai Iota Lot. 1.t JO or tlJoJ '

11.12 blk US ___ heal! NnUe .........._"...... lI.n & west 1I6C0"Otot; B4 of
stars how not to dance. Lots 1.10.11.11 blk lit Lang, Miley.................., n.n NE14 19 i
Jt/W page Ut &: except r "
QUA Hwy 1 41 8. n. No book 24 page 516 .
Landlocked Switzerland is 100 blk 1 .__._ Childs. Jerry Ie Feats 1.11 I'Xrt'pt! book U page .. J JIII
served by fleets of steamers on Lot I 9 blk 160 ....._.._ nunlaf' Abraham, Jr. ....................-.......... 11 11 Itt 201 "Ielln} ltetbo_ r.M Ingj, .,,....,'M.T2, '
.. .
Lake Constance, Geneva, and Lot. 11.121 blk 110 _._ it Miller.v C, .J: ::::::.":.: ztU That "P"t of subdivided E1, of 4 \ .,
Lot 10 blk 165 ._..__ '"f '"' Thomas. Cheater A no. except the w..t 600' \"
Lugano. The freshwater ships .:/,,J,'", .a ................................-.. 1.1' except book H
Lot I except nlW v.: S. page 11I11 book 41
carry as many as 1,500 passengers No. 1 bik liT ..-= .: EI4'II. Itallon _ 1I.U page 115 &: except
each, and form an importantlink Lot 2 b1k 188 ___._ KennedT, Mary ___ 11.15 book as pare 110 A
silk zn Dk 110 Pil 271LINCOLNIiT11 ttmlth H. E. A Dorothy a." except n. It book 4
between Switzerland and still page In ... ..,..... 11 11 st I 14'1..1. )rArbor.. Inc. T.&I
her neighbors. Lot I blk 1 .... ..._..... Anderson Jasper o. H. book 1 pare 11 11 It 0.01 Flalln harbors. Inc ., ,95rIIUAY
Bertha ........_..__ .OT Sill
r.ot 8 blk 5 .................. Kr...." Kv"n ..U
Lot II blk T ..._.._., I'.tuon, ...
Lots U.U blk !1 .. Kr..lt, IRva ..._...._. 8.23.
I to '4 Intl tic 11.
t.ou bik I 33 ......... .: Kiosks, 01. ..__._. u.u
MolUtlNi.llI9 "UII : ,.
. Riot .0 blk I ...._ warner U& L. A Sarah .
,1 .t..... ;j.Ji" j.\I. r.,....' ; ,.Arz Lot 5 blk 4 ......__ 1114'kford. Janet ...__._ f.n
f' .. Lot 111cktord Janet
'; y; .," Lot I tl f."::==:: Hudson, 'Kit. &'"j1'd; 1:4MOlin. :
% ",'n
Lot I blk 1 ......,..., ,.r ,, rick lien r. ill
1 I lrri ....:............."... Caro'I...0,
Lot II ill 8K lot 2Dlk : :

...............-........-._. green, J. W. A lab.1. .11
ATLANTA IIIU11 Sill '
Lot 14.17-I8.1930 blk
4 ... ........ ............-...... Flagle' County P4iverI.. .
...
w Ixil 21-28-33-34 blk 4 oPm.fJrr.'P"r'w-: :.:.:.: : 1.19
Lot 14 through 30 blk
6 ........._...-.-...- Flagter County PeveN
opment Cfcrp .................__ .0.I.
Lot 13-1831.I3.JI.34-

6 ..." ......... .
Lot 7 pikl7 ....-.........-... //gum arner, Itadtord 11.2lit
.. M.-.... .. 401:
Lot 13.1 .11.32 blk II Murray, M, y W. ....__ 4.49
Lot 16 through *9 blk
11 .. ...-..mir.nuiWAIIIIH ............. Flagler County Development
OerpIlodtan .............__ I..$
I'AIIK KtTATM
U.t .,.10 blk It] ,..'...... John ...._._. 1,00
Wit tr 4 1t tr* 14icept
book 46 page
3)4 A book 6) page
2Y4 A book 68 age'
119 A except ( .
book 6 page 1)7 O. It

book page 204 _...?... 5 IS II I." Jai.iak, Jacob _........... 634
TOWN OK KUIIUMAUlk
18-19 .............. Novak! Walter 1,69IAL1C
haWN, Tax C.lle l.r, ..&,.,I.r OounTyT Florida

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I I f
ry NOTICE


Notice I I. hereby given that the following deerlb4 land or *o tnuth
thereof a. will be n.os..ary to pay the amount due for taxes herein
sat opposite same, together with sort of such sale and advcrtUIng
will be old at public. auction on the lit day of June 1.... at the
offltle of the City Tax Collector in the (!u"lmunltr.nt..' liulld-
Ins beginning' at 1004: o'clock A.M.. In the City of Ilunnell. )'1..1.,
County Florida

Lot ..1.., block 41 .. ... .- .. .....,..... MtfHmogh Development <.9$
Lot. 78.9, bleak 43 .........._..._..._... MtlHtrxUKh Itevelepment Co 13.33
Lot 46.4.7.8.9, block 61 ........... .... Mfltonogh l)*vel.pment (.Q 19.16
kENOTHING Lot 1. block 19 .._...... .. ....... .H...... Robert Jr. A Kvelyn '.,-
fl.b ....... ..I
Lot .... bUck 38 ..... . Itot,.n"Ki: ."n"l'nfTh, ,,to
PLEASES Lot. 9 A NW 60' of lot 19, bleed*: 69 II. I', In*. .......... ....___..... I ...
.ot. ..., block 91 ?. .. .. ... ...... Haltle UmlTh..,.. .._....?..._? 33.041
N4 tots 1-3. block 93MWH . Neal!. Heal _.... .. ...._._
LIKE ANelectric lot. ll-l. btok fl'.M. head Kmanuel, _.. ... H"__ 1173,
NKW: 111) bleak . .: JIU. Uavi. .90
Ix>te 76.9. bleak 111 ... ,0. Jr. A puTU"il7rrT OleLot
6, block 119 .......... .:...-...= char)** A. A Tomrnlo Lou
mrleklend .. 4400 :
Lots .10.1I.2., block lit .... ....._.. Itfley King ......._.._.__! Lie
gift'Whatever Lot 2. block llf ............ ....... _...... Ham Whit.N11Yt4 ... ... 1.1* I
; !, log S'k$24 ---.j----.i.. t1..rgur.br"...............'-.:: 1 .JI l'

., dept R/W u. K. N*. I, Meek 164NK J. C Hall, Jr. .........__ U...o

1 your gif -giving occasion, operate. The last word In style and 34 ft ft.fee lot 4. 3 bfok NB 3f 141.ft...-.of. ,...fK.._ riere ''.. a,2e ,

Iat10 7. biotic 161 .!...?.. .. ._ ..... .,.... .. n.....' J. A sin. ';
crown it with 8m Electric Gift AI- beauty. 22.50
"I'r
for Lot 19. bUck IM ... ....... .... .-.. CTie.ter A '1$*" ..-..--no.'J.r. ..- ;
ways)in food taste.Always popular, A really tpecial gift someone ... ..-..'. ....... ., l\i\

practical prt/icireJ and appreciated. special Iteps on giving aU year Lot 2 167iAw1**. . v *: *. .T ........ -.....-.-_ 22.io. 'J'

and bright and the 'round. WHat's more yoaH find > >. .._.;. ." .' ; Ua".n"'U .. .-... .. ......_ Leo
Things new .
Lot 1. pH ...tnof rood NoMoek 1.., e

price is rijKt. Desfped for modern ahoppmf te Electric Gifts the e-ul- .fart 181'* 2- J .::::: :, : .'\'r'lr."j,:": :::::= : l

Florida Living . to male work est ahopg&ig em.Doreen to choose U: t* a.7. U jf..k..i.f.I _.. .__ J:. ..._...
.. J'n
flS./ '" ., .. ... '
lighter and entertaining MghUr. from . fast stop in at your faror i" HI . '_ .0' 1" A Fa. .G<<: II.r ill: I
.... .. : .. "0' oil. r .....u. .
Clean efficient and economical to its store. \ 3.'i"4'1 IW No<< II..
64. 1 r; f. II II Gad A CHarUtl* Dratcher '
Ii,' Lot S. bkMfc L U-olo t fit* I ILol i Japer A Mary A04.,..,.. .. If'.1
) .I. ......k 1. ......... III. i, Jasper A Mary Anderaoa '.1
Lot 3-3. Meek i U-teoln lit. 3M A -u LoodooWlrHe __ itt 'f

tt! -IkQlIatd/e-J1amelu.! Lot '.'l.W-ek l. LlAoln HI. StubLMI4. DUe lias. llrowrt. 5.'.
Mk 4, fl.*..... liiMMelteeL .'1
... ./. $nb ...-. ., .-. J ,tills A Underwood '.11
.;;;:;;. 4* t-lf M ek 1, Carver ...... WIIfIo (X Brews --_. 1.11 :
AL r. rtf *'&*nr .?M4 rray ,,,';
POWER t LIGHT COMPANY FlorM Ma.t 4>at .
FLORIDA within th> o.r-Mrat* limit of the
of O .etl ..
MllffMt 99119 /lOR/IA Oiy "a --- -------11.411..0
NANCY C ItODOKR.. Otyrun 1'u Collector, City of Dvanell. "0'14.Thursday .



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, PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA . Thursday, May 7, 1964
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I tionlst at Hastings, St. Johns I I ed engineering plans on an intricate I System. forester with the Florida Agricultural
Report of Flagler SCO. I dual purpose structure I Jerry Burnsed started to work I
The Flagler SCD has had a I for water control and grade Iin the local SCS office as a part- Experiment Stations,
SCD For April very good return on its Investment I control Bert on the farm of time aid. suggest sanding the running
in the Area 4 speaking I Robert T. W. Robinson, WUC. edges of stubborn drawers until

I contest during the past four Cross sections on over a mileof I they pull easily.
Shows Progress I years as shown by this breakdown existing ditch have been completed I!
I : for Raymon Tucker. lie Stuck DrawersDon't I Then wax the edges with a

DISTRICT ACTIVITIES has plans to improve and en. candle. This will lubricate the

Betty Lynn Bourne, Bunnell olJ IA I large the ditch to facilitate im waste your energy In I{ wood and seal out moisture,
School Sophomore, won the 5 I Ir proved pasture drainage.A .
High preventing excessive
a tug-of-war with
Conteston :! has a stuck draw. swelling
SCD Speaking topographical survey
Flagler ::
the 17th, then Just four days o, GIJ been made on 115 acres''of crop. er. If some of your furniture I during damp weather.
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later she was the winner in the '.=, o"qv land for George Allen. An engineering drawers are hard to open, a Some people use soap to

Area 4 speaking contest In .0 88 plan will be made to candle and some sandpaper can grease the edges, but Dr. Huff.I .

Green Cove Springs. Area Florida 4 comprises Soil. .CIS.. CIS'B -; this improve area.the drainage layout on I solve this annoying problem.Dr. 'I man believes that candle wax

Conservation 10 Northeast Districts.In 8 -g RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES J. B. Huffman associate. I has a longer lasting effect
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the local contest Betty Lynn 1961 $20 $10. No placement The Flagler County Recreation wwwF-
received $15 for her first place.. 1962 20 15 Third prize Club, an organization of ,
Susan McMillan, who also presented 1963 20 25 Second prize I Flagler County citizens, headedby 1
a fine speech, placed second 1964 20 40 First prize George Moody, is still negotiating PARK-IN CLEANERSWinter
and received $10. Cathy :' . with the Lehigh Portland .
Bourne was third and got $5. Totals $80 $90Incidentally Cement Company for con.
Others In the finals were: Don. trol of approximately 200 acres I
nle Moore, Pam Anderson and Betty Lynn will of Lehigh property. The organization Storage
Dale Abbott. In addition Sylvia represent Area 4 of the Florida has plans to build recreational PROTECT YOUR
Grogg, eighth grader, and Cindy Association of Soil and Water I facilities Including a GARMENTSI J '
Durrance and Mike Robinson, Conservation Supervisors and golf course and swimming pool
both seventh graders participated the Flagler Soil Conservation on the property with financial ALL GARMENTS INSURED
in the semi finals.{ All of District in the State finals to be I assistance through the U S. De. MOTHPROOFED

y these young students-seventh held in connection with the State partment of Agriculture's Farm.
through tenth graders-gave Association's Supervisor Convention ers Home Administration. I am
very good speeches. And most at Sarasota August 1921. I assisting them with some of the WALT JOHNSTON, AGENT

of them had a truly amazing FARM PLANNING techlncal phases of the plans.
grasp of what is meant by our Assistance was given to Cot. i
soil and water resources and the John P. Dicks Jerry Slovak and INFORMATIONAL ACTIVITIESFour
importance of the conservationand Joseph Slovak in the develop. news releases concern.
i ing district activities have been
development of these re ment of conservation plans on
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
and in
sources.I their farms during the monthof prepared published daily
believe there is no finer way April. and weekly newspapers during
to develop young speakers and April. Also one picture and
APPLICATION OF AMBULANCE
news items published in the
at the same time teach them the
value of the conservation of our CONSERVATION PRACTICES Florida Times-Union. pHONEVAey41625|(

soil and water resources. I think District Cooperator Glenda Pel- SCS-ACP ACTIVITIES SERVICE
the $50 prize money the District leer has completed construction Technical action has been ST. AUGUSTINE.: FLORIDA

contributes to this contest each on a drainage ditch de. completed on two ACP referrals
year which includes the signed for drainage of improved and one additional referral was Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulast We
mooney
Area 4 Contest is well pasture.Engineering. received during April.MISCELLANEOUS. are always at your service with promptness, safety cm4...
invested, not only from a soil plans have been
and water conservation stand* completed for a series of V- I conducted a group of 60 experience.
point but also in the develop. laterals and mains for drainageof Junior High School students and

ment of our youth.In 50 acres of pasture land for their teacher, Jack Hardln, on a I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator_ and Inhalator
addition to prize money Raymon Tucker. tour of some of the district's con
all participants in the contest Two cropland fields for land servation measures on the 21st. i :: Garcia Funeral Home
received a certificate of appreciation leveling jobs, a total of 63 acres WUC Robinson and Conser
from the District signedby Have been staked out for A. B. vation Technician Ernest Taylor j E. GARCIA, Licensed Director
Chairman wiling Tucker. Johnston. Engineering levels attended a training meeting in IL =
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Also for their coopera been made on one of the fields. Green Cove Springs on the 28th LADY
tion and assistance Mrs Millie Area Engineers have complet on Unified Soil Classification fJVJVvvMvvjvtJ
McCoy.. Senior high School
lish teacher, and Mr. Averiy
Brown Junior High Schoolteacher .
received similar certificates

as did the contest judges: Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet
Mrs. John Rice Mr. Ray Mercer,
and Mr. Joe Davenport. The lat.

ter is SCS Work OV INTKNTION Unit ConservaJVOTICM makes crooked roads feel like going straightChevrolet's


TO imvObVH! COlirOHATlONH

provision Notice *I*of hereby Section given
Statutes the corporation I Kited below the crookedest S-curve seem on the level. balanced for smooth operation. And
the came being; Incorporatedunder
the laws of Florida, and according With a double-acting shock absorber in because your Chevrolet has over 700 insu-

' of to State the record, such of corporation the Secretary each corner, it takes, the jumps out of lators and sound deadeners, you don't

appear year or delinquent more In the for flllnif three of (reports I). bumps. With 4-link levelizing control, you TTRAVEL have to shout to have yourself heard.
TRADE
and payment of taxes under get away with Jet-smooth acceleration.
It's Trade 'N' Travel Time at Chevrolet
the provisions of Section 60S.S3, your
the Florida provolone Statutes,of and laid that Section under With built-in anti-dive control, you come TIME dealer's-the perfect time to try the

OI.U, Florida Statutes aald corporation to Jet-smooth stops.And with low-friction Jet-smooth ride. Find the meanest stretchof

Ject to dissolution has been, classed and that at threeI aub- Ball-Race steering,you waltz over twisting 10e IMC CMAT HMmur ruroMUM road you can. Then see for yourself how

( ) month such after corporation date of listed this publication below *. roads as gracefully as a ballerina. straight a crooked road can feel

has not In the meantime' filed
Us report due the taxes ""
:
due under the provisions of Section60S
I .S3. Florida Statute, will be
' certified to the u v the
; State of Florida, who nCIINI'
a Proclamation at that time dls-
' solving said corporation
Flaxler
County
Name Principal Place .( llu.lae..
tlHHitrllMcnoNoticm
DEVEIXM-MKNT
(OMI'ANY
It Is further directed that a copy s
of this notice be published I one time a
In The Flaarler Tribune, a news. e
paper published In Flaxler County,
Florida In which county the home -4
olHcn of the above listed corpora-
tion I Is shown to be located
IN WITNESS WII N:HIm 14', I have
hereunto act mr hand and caused
the Oreat Seal of the State of
Florida, to be affixed at Tallahaa-
Capital, this the lilt day
te'AtI1, A. I). 1 6SKAl. .
( .,)
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
1111)1 to

n: TIIH ('IIICt'IT cornr. "RVKNTII -
JIUKIAI. IHCt'lT' IN
\ ANI) Molt FLAm-KII (COUNTV
,,'.nl"U". (IIANtKltr NO 4MM,
DM. A k l
PKTICH IAOANIS.TOULA .
I"alntlft.VI. .

PAOANIS. _
Defendant.
NOTICK OfHl'IT
TII TUTA.AFPAUANIA1t1UA: TO:

*0 Gardner Utreet
Peabody. Massachusetts
You are hereby notified that a IIMg1
suit ha* been brought against you
In the Circuit Court, tfeventh JudlcUl -
Circuit In and for Platter
County, In Chancery by Peter Fa-
genii a* plaintiff.
rcu are hereby required to Inn i
upon lUymond, Wilson, Karl andConway.
Plaintiff*attorney*. whoeaddren
I* SQ1 North Urandvlew I .__ _
Avenue, I*. {\. Box I7tl, Daytona
Reach Florida. 120)0, .* copy of CtrrrolrlImpoiaJwperSpun Imp;
written defenses to the complaint
your in said suit on or before CHECK THE T-N-T DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEVELLE* CHEVT IJ'CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALErS

the Ith day of Jun.. 11(4 The purl -.........................-.......... .. .......--..--
of said tnJrtlJ secure a
wore, forever : the bond
of matrimony existing between 9-1065
you and the plaintiff.
WITNESS my hand a* Clerk and
the et of said Court tn liunnelt. CHEVROLET COMPANY
HALL-TUMLIN
flatter County, Florida, this lit
day of May, 1M..

JSK.. A. SMTTHKKMJl
May T-It-U-II-tlc* A 8MYTIIB TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAIV




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