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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 14, 1964
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VOLUME 52, NO. 19 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, :MAY 14, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR I


Cong. Matthews KORONA CONTEST (I Local| Cattlemen 'ISC CLUB TO MEET County Board" .


Speaks. Against WINNERS The Korona NAMED Community ls.!j At! Short Course AT BEVERLY will be a beach BEACHThere party OK's Street 'f/ 4

\, Commission celebrating its 50th anlversaryl for members of the Flagler Senior /
Rights IAt University Work in CitiesThe
this year, and under the dlrec j Citizens Club next Tuesday ".,, I
Congressman Billy Matthews, tion of Committee Chairman I Florida Cattlemen's Association May 19. Members and their Board of County Commissioners I
J. speaking in the House of Rep. Mrs. John Jarosz, a successful ,I t President Ralph W. Cellon guests will assemble at 6 P. M. at a called session last !
I J" resentatives in Washington last contest was held. of Alachua told cattlemen at. at Beverly Beach. Friday night gave its approvalof
Thursday said the following in The commltee said "we are tending the 13th annual Beef. In case of bad weather, the use of secondary funds to improve
regard to the Civil Rights Commission grateful for the support that the Cattle Short Coure at the University club will meet at its regular I a list of streets in Bun
on Negro voting rightsin people of Flagler County have of Florida that "we've meeting place, the Flagler Beach nell and Flagler Beach. The
Flagler and Union Counties: shown. got raise a type of cattle In I Recreation Center resolution was adopted unani
"; "I take this time to call the !I The contest prizes were award. : Florida to meet the needs of the Members were told to come to mously.The .
attention of the Committee to ed to F. O'Brien of 9 Juniper housewife." ; the party dressed as hoboes ando board agreed to submit

t, a statement that was made on Drive, Ormond Beach, and to Among those attending the bring food suitable for the the following list to the State
January 28 this year by Mr. Mrs. Frank Stefllk, Sr., of Route short course which opened last occasion. All senior citizens are Road Department for approval.The .
I Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney 1, Bunnell. Thursday were Raymon Tucker, Invited to attend. department previously had
L General of the Civil Lyman Gage and County Agent approved the use of secondary

Rights Division in the Depart. Four Students at Howard Taylor. Mr. Patterson funds after a request by rcso
ment of Justice, who appeared Cell n said that cattlemen i lutlon of the commissioners.

before the committee to Justify DBJC From Here have got to "quit kidding them.selves" Dies Suddenly The streets as listed follow:
his, budget and made a statement about consumer demands Anderson St. from Moody Blvd.to .
that I put in the Recordon For since 75 per cent of the beef consumed East Drain St., five blocks.
Up DegreesThe Tuesday Morning
April 29. in Florida is importedfrom Drain St. from Anderson to

"Now, Mr. Chairman, this department of nursing education out of state. Herbert It. Patterson of Hamll- State St., five blocks. t
'statement allegedly Inferred that at Daytona Beach Junior To meet these demands, the ton, Ohio, father of Mrs. George Booe St from Anderson to
there were two counties in my College will have four area students rancher stressed the need for M. Moody of Flagler Beach, Railroad St., six blocks. I
congressional district in Florida eligible for associate in keeping cattle in production passed away Tuesday morning. Palmetto St. from Moody Blvd.
where Negroes may have been I science degrees next month. shape 12 months a year, orderly Survivors Include his wife, to Magnolia St., four blocks
denied their voting rights because j'I Candidates for associate in marketing operations, and continuing Selma Patterson of Hamilton; a Magnolia St. to Palmetto to
of discrimination by voting ( arts degree are Mary Susan research efforts to cope daughter, Mrs. Virginia Moodyof State St., twelve blocks.
registrars or through intimidation I Brannam and Boyd Robertson. with any future diseases. Flagler Beach; ', two sons, Rldgewood St from State to
by private Individuals or I Candidate for associate in Science Cellon also lashed out at for. Claude Patterson and Robert Railroad St, one block. ,
public officials. The two counties degree in nursing are Alice elgn beef imports, calling for Patterson, both of Clndnattl, Grove St. from State to Railroad
that he mentioned were Faye Bass and Mabel Greene resrtlctive federal legislation so Ohio. Also surviving are seven one block.
1 Flagler County and Union Coun. I Brooks. that cattlemen in the state and grand children. Allen St from State to Rail
College division dean R. W. the U. S. can "plan for the fu. Funeral services and Inter. road St., one block

ty.The citizens of these two counties I Whetstone said the 24 are can. ture." ment will be at 11 o'clock Friday In'Flagler Beach, from 19th St.
naturally are concerned about dldates will be the first to be More than 600 cttlemen regis morning In Hamilton, south to 26th St, and DaytonaAve.
this misstatement of fact. graduated fromthe two year tered at the short course heldon from Highway 100 to 22nd !

That is one reason, Mr. Chairman program which prepares students the university campus May Record Amount St a distance of 2% miles. 0
,. why I do not have too to write the examinationfor 7-9 to hear more than 35 subJects In other action, the board-
much confidence in the Civil registered nurse. discussed in all-day sesskms. From Race Funds s Approved' the Likens subdlvisionplat J

t... Rights .Commission. L believe Thereat! 110 caj P' this Commission Is' guilty of for asodate degrees, the dean State Comptroller Ray E. Moody.
making a conclusion before it said. Commencement exercises Green hat announced that -Accepted low bid of Harris
makes an investigation. are scheduled for June 10. Holland checks totaling $34,000 are beIng Appliance and Gas Co. for supplying .
"Mr. Chairman, it Just so hap. mailed to each of the 67 U gas at 16 cents per
I pens that the secretary of state Says Victory For counties as their share of the gallon in consumer tanks and
of Florida can make available to Two Junior High race track tax fund. 18 cents per gallon in company

Mr. Marshall or to the Civil Good, GovernmentSenator 'The comptroller said the tanker
Rights Commission the voting Students Receive counties have received a total -ReJected bids for gas, oil
f facts about the State of Florida. Spessard L. Holland of $212.000 thus far this year, and greases and called for new
I 'They do not need any money 'Awards declared that his resounding which 1* an Increase of ..19,000Oft't' bids on a prescribed form at the
History
In
victory the Democratic pri
: to get- these facts. In Florida j ( payments for the same next regular meeting. One rea
our citizens do not have to pay Knowing*one's history can be mary May 5 was a loud Indclear" period during the previous fiscal IOn It was stated, for rejectingthe
This fact voice for moderate, con. bids was the uncertainty*
I a poll tax in order to vote. rewarding. was brought year.
There are no literacy tests in home to two students In Bunnell stltutlonal government The payments to date also to who would be agents for various .
Florida. Junior High School Tuesday Senator Holland established top the total payments of companies and where their
when they received awards for new political history In Florida 1200300 received by the counties headquarters would t* located.
This last year we had hun. by carrying of the -Rev. Howard Porter minister .
having the highest average every one during 19C2-63, which was a ,
dreds of thousands of course, of grades in United States History. state's 67 counties. It was the record Two more distributions alt he Fiat Methodist Church )
our citizens to qualify to vote The two students are Nancy greatest sweep of his political year.are to be made, Green Bunnell, presented N. L. Davidson
and included in that
r number Jane Hargett, daughter of Mr. career. said. One will be June 5, and who outlined his work as )1')1'ot
I were 240,000 colored citizens and Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, and He was first elected to office the final one will be June 30. consultant for senior citizens
qualified to vote in Florida. Harold King, son of Mr. and as Polk County Judge In 1920. In Flagler county, the racetrack apd youths He is at present
"In these
two counties I Just Mack King. Nancy had an lie was elected State Senator In money Is divided between employed by the State Board of
mentioned, in Flagler County, avenge grade of 98 while Harold 1932, serving eight years; Governor the county and the school fund. Health but will be retired on
let us take that one county as was only half a point back In 1940, and U.Senator The school fund gets the first June 30. Davidson offered to
I an example, there were 293 with an average grade of 985.: In 1946. He will run for a fourth $50,000: ; the county the second continue the same work In this
Democrats, colored Democrats, Each student received a term In November against a $50,000 and the remainder Is county as an employee at a sal
who were registered and only 1colort"d framed certificate of achievement Republican opponent split evenly between the two ary of 11,200 a year. .1

Republican. and a gold medallion. Following Is the text of Sens However, the school officials: Agreed to buy an advertise-
; '"Now, it Just may be that Mr. These were awarded by the tor Holland's statement of May asked for, and n\j\ $- ur\ad. l'C! n *{or $100 in a printed pro
Marshall and the Civil RightsF' Woodmen of the World Court 5, after returns became de ditlonal $48,0001 jtt year cram In ctUanectlon with the,80thI
Commission were getting- little 796 of Palatka of which Mn. cisive: er a shortage ofbool money.ti..COY'1 I anniversary ration of the
mixed up with the fact that Cora Buckles of Bunnell Is Em. The voice that sounded loud Korona Com
there was Just one Republican press. and clear at the polls In FlorIda MAT nrniRCrUBUCAN '
who was qualfled. But, that is 'The awards were presented by today was that of the great Haydon Hriii
not unusual In southern counties Floyd Dennard of Palatka at an majority of citizens who want VOTE RETURNS H i
in our" areas not to have too assembly Tuesday morning at moderate and constitutions! gov, Following are trie returns from Committee/! I
many Republicans qualify. school. eminent the Republican Primary vote In 0
"Mr. Chairman, Flagler Coun. This voice in not anti-Negro Flagler County or May 9. Meet I
ty is a small county Insofar as YOUTH COUNCIL or anti any other group. It U For Governor: Friday
the number of people is con for the American concept of Ken Folks i\ 5 A rot Ung n* the Hsydon '
cerned. In this small county, DIRECTORS WILL freedom for all Americans. It Is II B. (Bob) Faster( 4 Bums for Governor Committee

1,820 Democrats were registeredas MEET SATURDAYA for working out our problems Charles Holly j ', 3 has been called for 8 o'clock
of April 4, 1964, and 293 colored without the pressure tactics of \ Friday nfghtv'May 15, at the
Democrats. special meting of the Youth sit-ins, stall-ins, mass picketing BunheU CJ kCenter.Chslmv .
"Please keep In mind that it Council Directors and Parents and Insults to our leaders. |y&: D. Moody jliald
In flight, astronauts
Is a small county. will be held at the Civic Center The one thing that It Is against who space outside their the met),*l<* being calUd to 'I
"In the other county. Union Saturday evening May 16, at 7 Is the further encroachment go capsules make pfai' 'for
to do tasks will
experimental
County permit me to point out, o'clock. of Federal agents Into our done before the aec1dprimaryon
themselves become
there was also only one colored Youth Council President Hazel dally lives-sgalnst the apparent satellite ,{ May 20, ,
: hour
Republican in that county who Holland said this Is an Important belief that any army of But traveling without 17,500 air resistance mjlen an I Everyone Interested In' t>
they
was registered. But In this small meeting of the directors and busybodies can solve our most Hsydon Bums campaign
will have of
sensation
county only ,231 white Democrats all members and parents are complicated problems. no speedcould urged to attend the meetl

were registered and there urged to attend I 1 warmly thank all those : not have been attained,, All new supporters will be w
were 127 colored Democrats who who supported me and my political I promise my beat and con corned aboard.Harold .
were registered."So Tough, resilient persimmon philosophy In this pri Untied effort for the constitutional Ashley of Metro**
Mr. Chairman I take this wood Is the first choice of golf I ma".. Without their sturdy ef. moderate approach togovernment area coordinator, win n pet wl\ft*""
(Continued on page 20) ers for club heads. fort the heartwarming results' for all Americana.1' the committee, '
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TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA > Thursday, May
TWO ._THE FLAGLER _ 14, 1964
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'i -- -- said Flagler County officials ad Lot 9 bilk 4 ___-- Mule. .lands ?.._... _.. 7
Holland CAR VHR SUB 1.51
Senator
r... Gardening In Florida I vised him that no federal agents Lot 9-8 bill: 3 H. w1a, Willie C.Joe ...._ .
riVIVHlX 2.38
1101'11'1' SUB
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*:!;' Sharpe) had investigated voter lists there Lot 14 blk 4 .....- ,..._... erW0od
,, (8f Herw Scores Statement & An.
over the last 20 years and that I Tr 1 bIll: 11 .. ........... It -}t.dab .j"' :f"-" 1.32
I.. Like 'people. plants are subject i as of this Apr I, 294 Negroes had I II 8H of SU of Si* .JIll!! .ft H. 'l'-uet.....-... 2.73.

: to many accidents In the On Voting Rights 'I registered to vote out of a total Lot MAItWHLAND 21 blk 1 ...ACTlBS...._._..... SUB ) !:i.tn.{ o. W. &: June ZUl

home. I II I I 'of 2,157 registered voters. The JOIIVSOV IIRACII SUB 4,49

I In Washington last Thursday, Lot I blk 1 .... ....-........ JtM .ML ..Il': &
scalded !i I! commission claimed that the j Lot 22 blk 7....-............ An.n.1,; J1. It Lois \ 4,
Take the case of the Senator Spessard Holland called I county's 1962 Negro registration I Book 37 page 477 & BVerly .42

rubber plants. This strange disease j for the Senate to refuse to ex I totaled 133, or 15.8 per cent of book book 30 :pate 45' except 389 40 10 31\ 3.M Olaw, T,. R. Estate ,

) 'was eradicated In one tend the life of the Civil Rights j jI AHTIWA SUB -" 24..DLabatorles ,i7
the plants the total. County officials said Lot 14 blk 4 ...._...__.._ I' Q't1e M. a
home by removing Commission for any fixed period. I their September 1962 figure was I Inc. -----..._.,
r from the Florida room before I He charged !that the commissionand The north 100' of lot 10 2.68
r certain callers visited. This kept 140 registered Negroes. & the westerly 34' of .. .
the Justice Department'sCivil the north 100 of lot '
I Imbibers from dousing the Holland said that in Gadsden 9 11 31 Griffin
non. rights division have been I p1rtbJroOTt..j J.F. Beatrice 407
t book .
County Negro registration Is up
ornamentals with unwanted unfair to Florida and to five 3)3 pgr 124 _______ 9 11 31 2.50 Greene. W. E. Jr. ..... ... 90.46
to nearly 12 per cent, with a South 21A acres of lot ?

cocktails. counties using inaccurate Negro I II total of 1,425, as compared to 10 ........._....................._ 26 11 31 2.50 Varn, Claude G. &:

voting statistics concerningthem. Mary Belle __--..._.; 3.07
Alcohol toxicity Is not a com I 373 In the 1963 Civil Rights Com BEVERLY DEACII

i mon disease of plants, says Dr. mission report. He stressed that Book 84 pag-e 181 ..?..._ 38 11 31 2.6 McKlnnon. William P
Holland E. & Maude S. _,_. .
In a prepared speech, 62.58
??
Howard Miller, plant patholo I the other three counties-Union, COCIIAN PLACE SUB
of Florida Lot 15 blk 7 -..?.- Tompkins, George M. .. 69.76
University
gist with the I
and rural
Lafayette Liberty, are Part of Bye of tract 4

Agricultural Experiment II Blight has no practical cure. It's and small with only 1,474 Ne book 36 page 165 11 12 81 0.16 Perrl. Mike _.??__ .. 2.12
I Book 39 page 127 ...?.._ 11 12. 31 0.66 Stephens, Annie L. _! 4.49
Stations. best to bum an ailing plant be. groes in all. MOODY SIII ?

'I fore the disease spreads to other Lots 9.10 blk 6 ...-....-. \, Sosebee Pratt _____ 111.99
But here are a few of his Holland said "It is completely Lot 22 blk 24 ...-....?_ Krazanowakl, Helen .... ..49

hints on diagnosing other house I plants. unfair and unjust to have sup. Lots Lots 1 15-16 to 26 blk Incl 43 except_.?...- Parker Pal & Irma 6.40

plant troubles. Many house plants like to be posedly reputable agencies of lots 9-10-11-12 blk 66 .. Flagler Harbors. Inc.. 24.19

"If you discover a plant with set out of doors during warm, the federal government make That east part of canal of Sec.R/W 12 ,,' 1' ." ,

burned leap tips or brown mar sunny days. Of course, don't unsupported charges of this south of Moody Blvd .'I
west of Flagler Avenue
place tender plants in full sun kind. ." Florida he said has J' '
gins, then, lighten up on the except part Included ; I

fertilizer. Or If could mean that unless they are hardened first. been a leader in providing< votIng addition In Rabbermon& except ;4! u o '.q 'Ww A. .'\",,

you were stingy with, the water, Plunging the pots Into the rights for Negroes, having bike 56-67-58 Moody \,, ,' \. ,?t. .:

or the damage was caused by soil to top rim depth keeps the abolished the poll tax 27 years blk Sub 18& that Fuquay part Sub of "; i d,:,, : ," "" .." -j;,

last month's chilling wind. moisture inside the pot uniformand ago. Holland sponsored the anti. lying In Section 12 & '< .", : -;
I except .
Yellowing and dropping of keeps the plant roots cooler. poll tax amendment which is of b I k .aterlr.6J80; r'l:"'' I

You might consider the out. Moody Sub ...... .......... 12 '12f, ; 31 123 Flagler Harbors Inch 53.22RABBERIIAN
;
leaves is a signal of gas fumes, now the 24th amendment to the ADDITION .
I
overwatering, poor drainage or of door idea for plants during Constitution. Lots 789.10 blk 1 ..._ ; Flagler Harbors Inc. 2.67

poor areation. Small leaves Indicate your vacation and ask a neigh. Lots OCEAN 1 to CITY 29 Incl SUII blk 2 \..v,; Flagler Harbors Inc. ... 12.17

too little water and fer bor to water the plants if the Lot 2 blk BLots ......_......_._ .. Kreaaly. Eva __._ 4.49
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tilizer or the plant Is existingIn rain showers are not at the & west 600' of EV4 of !
intervals while are NE% except book 19 1
tight or heavy soil. proper you S153 4 Year In AdvanceNOTICE page 224 & except .
Weak light away. book 26 page 546 & -. .
growth or greenor except book 84 page .. .
yellow color on!'healthy foil 183 ......................_......_ 11 12rsi 201 Flagler, Harbors!. Inc. _. 49.72
< "**- . .
age may mean lack of fertilizer, That part of EH of .. v -
NEU not subdivided .
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root rot, poor root system or except the west 600 ,. ,' 1' '

that the plant Is growing in too J\6fe't\ tjou 44C, &page except 19$ A book book 47 47 t \ I ;

intense light. page 255 & except
book 63 page 280 &
A house plant that is yellow. except O. book 4
page 243 .:...........*..... 13 11 31 8 Flagler Harbors, Inc. 7.53
ing, wilting or has "soft growth"is O. R. book 4 page 243 13 11 81 0.02 Flagler Harbors Inc. .. .95
,to to excessive heator KUQUAY BUD
exposed Lot 8 blk 6 ...._....._.... Kressly. Eva ....._. 4.49
has a root Injury. Plants 1Qttk'J Lot 21 blk 7 _.._..?._.?. Peterson Walter P. .. 4.49
with small leaves and long In- $ Lots 1 31-33 to 24 blk Incl 26 ex.....11-._ ) Kressly, Eva _____ 8.33

ternodes indicate too little lightor LoU blk 83 ....._..,..., ...?.. ':" Kloska, Olga ....._...._... 22.27
'
too high temperature. Lot MOIININGSIDR 20 blk 3 ....SUB....._...._ Warner. H. L. A Sarah 2.57
Actually, most healthy houseplants Lot 6 blk 4 .....?.._ ",, ',, < Blckford, Janet .../....._ 1.63
Lot I blk 4 .....--- Blckford. Janet .--..
need very little careethe Lot S. blk 12 ...w...: .;: ;1 1 4'. Ijprr , ..Hudson. K.R.. ,A. Reda l"i
Moans sun
greatest blight of these plants Lot 6 blk 1 ........._.....__ '' Patrick Ben F. A Carolyn -
is from coddling by [eager beau : ,+ :.. :. 74.0J!
Lot 33 & S% lot 34 bIle: ..
Green J. W. A Mabel 6.91
ers.A i'
ATLANTA""ilKAcil'
one&a; -week watering-and .
Lots 16-17-18-19-20 talk
,; -a miserly amount of fertilizer 4 ........,...._......... ?.._. .. Flagler County Development
Corp _...?._._____._ 28.53
every month or so-keeps most Lots 21-22-23-24 blk 4 Murray M W. .._. 4.49
Lots 16 through 20 blk
i plants happy. Cold water is ta 6 '''."."..............-- Flagler County Development -
boo. It shocks plants as, badly Corp -..._?_.__.__, 20.34
Wrtq toy Lot. 1S-15-21-22-2S-24 -S
yau .pWcJtipUon
as ice Water on an exposed 25-26 blk 6 ........_.._.. Murray M. W. .-,_.._ 24,19
tootn. Lot 3 blk 7 ...............-.-. Bumgarner Radford H.
cA'teUt10"' \ & Mian : ,. .._._, 4.03
q)
' Neophyte gardeners can grow I uq S Lot. 1315-21-22 blk 11 Murray M.tiv. __ 4.49
Lots 16 through 20 blk
1 foliage plants-regardless of U --. ,""."...................-.. Flagler County Development .

care If they stick to Aglaonema, WARIIRN PARK ESTATE Corp .._._._._.._ 6.45

Aspidistra Bromeliads, Dracaaena I e Lots 29-30 blk E ..._.... Bodian John .__ 1.00
WV4 tr 4 A all trs 6.'
Monstera, 'pandanus, pep. except book 48 page
eromla Sansevieria. SS4 & book IS page
or 274 A book page
These and other "cast Iron" 319 A et' ,. .
book 6 page 1S7 O. R.
ornamentals will withstand abuse book 8 page 206 ......._ 8 13 31 3.66 Jasczak, Jacob ._.._..... 6.24
Notice is hereby given that the followlna described land. will be TOWN OK KOHONA
I' low light intensity, warm sold at public auction at IS clock noon on the lit day of June A. D. inks 18." .........'....."'.. Novak Walter _. 1.69
'. and cold rooms. 1(64. at the front door of the Flakier County Courthouse In Uunnell, DALE B. BROWN,, Tax Collector Flagler County' ','""""Florida
c'I Flagler I County, Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
Some of the bugs that "'gnaw oposlt the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising I -

: or suck the life from leaves of y ,DALE B. 1IUOWN, Tax Collector, Flatter County, Florida. ,
1( ''Up.nlp" ', "T 1A.. Taxes R C..1. '
foliage plants ar iI' 1tj of NWI4 of NWM, It 11 II 20 1t1ce Leonard ....--.... 4.11
mites, thrips, whlteflies, mcil1ybugs : All tree except O. n.bk I Is hereby given that the following
described
" scales and aphids. lit 4 pg 119 ...-............. 11 n II n... Ward Jake P. I.U thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due lands for taxes or so hereinset much
aW'4 of SIOye ................_ 9 n It .0 tlact'o Pierce same together with cost of such sale
. general'malathlon; spray at 10- J. E. Snthony....._......_ 42." opposite be sold at public auction on the 1st day of June and 1914.adv.rU.lng.will at the,

day Intervals will stop an In. '. l'stt book of 7 Blk Dage 1.0: :.It.,.,. 13 12 2t 3.11 WI.er Eva n. .........._.. 104.11"I omele ing, beginning of the City 10:00 Tax o'clock Collector A.M.In, In the the Community of Center Build.
City Bunnell, Plague
sect attack. Tr W Tr blck 3 I 3 nt'.0.._::::::::::: n II n 2g Olds Stiller, 1V,tternard I. fit Ruth:-.:: ::nWi County, Florida.

Some diseases to look for are Tr 1 lIIk a ............ It n It 10 Eldridge F. F. _..._ 1.111'I'ttU Lots ..1.1. block 43 ....?._.-...........- McDonogh Development Co .n
stem and crown rots 1Q r' "AnK ADDITION Lots 7...., block 43 ..._. .,.,.._ McDonoh Development Co 11.13
"" .ot It bik3 ......,......-_ Stlll.r D. __.._._ ..12l.ot 'I Lots 4-S-C-7-8-9. block 81 _. MtDonoih Development Co 10.11
powdery mildewed blight. sa blk 1.3 ..........._..- lIal.tln. Arthur _._... .11 Lot 1, block 89 _........._.______ Robert Jr. & Evelyn Par
The best Lot blk .. ,. John ....._.. .11 rlsh .. .: , 2.01
/Treatment for stem 1441 &)tr 7 blk etelnbeckl th, Lots a... block 88 ._.._.._....___ Robert & Everyn I'arrl.h? 1.1\0
and crown rots Is to cut away Hook rlll p. 354 blk : : II .n It f.fI F.T. All.Vlrii i tuI.AKN Lots 9 A NW to1 of lot..._10, block 89Ix n & P, InCo .._.?...._.__ n.n
>ts a-.. block 91 Itattle Smith
iall the shy tissue and then Lot I blk IUII'I't.'X IVII Rltt., Eo n. Ruby _.. 1.00IUSLNY NH lots 1-1. block 93 ...________ Heal _:::::::::=::== 23,00Nealie 3,73:
3511 8Wtt lots 1 .11. block 93NBH ___ Hazel Emanuel ..::....._ n.n
*]P-'rirYura copper fungicide. Lot 10 ........ ....................- Stewart, Roosevelt _. 21,42Lote lots. 11-13. block 93 "_' Eliza Davis __?..___ ".'0
/I""Vtfne IcafX spot Is usually halted 1..10 ,.._._-._ Baxley Catherine _. 1,30 Lots T.. .. block 101 _...__ Q, o. Jr. Paulette Harris 10.18narles
Lot 1, block 119 ............__
I lot 10 ..-.. -..-- $! mlth, Jack Lucille JI.U -- A' & Tommie Lou
by removing the infected leavesas Lot a ._. .. .___... t Pearl Lete 14.41 Strickland ..._,,,_,? .'.. 44.00
.......... .._... Thomas Charles WlUle Lots 1-10-11-13. block 134 __. Riley King ..
Lot 1 f.nl.ot
,Joon".- s they appear 'r +0. .. Torrance, Tom .__._ n.n Lot 3. block 130 ........._.? ..__ Sam White :::===== tn:
MlldewsVare ,controlled by Knox JONES': Stan"t w 1',. Lot 4, block 130NWH ,, Georgia Grl.by .____?_ 11.5
blk .1 ..._..;......_. Favors lush .. 'J.41 lot 3 A all lots 4-5-7-1 except -
dusting, |the wants with sulphur.HASTINGS . Lot I blk E _.?__._.___ Wilson Z. K.! A'''ftosa: 11.41 It/W U.B. No. 1. block 114 J. C. Hall. Jr. ___.___ ___ 130.00
Lot 11 blk m ..___ Toner, Helen ).I. _._ 1.11 NE SS ft. lot 3 NE 35 ft. of BELo
Lot blk F ..,?? ,_ Thomas. Richard Jr, 3.21 20 Tftbl lot 4. block 111_,,. Flora Shaw S.SO
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May 14 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA AGE THREE
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Today, a million and a half people 1 Though a large district In husband away in the service. The budget is about $100,000a
Capital's"'Sub-urb live In dozens of communities Northwest Washington and Chevy Chase Village has been year. year. It is a matter of ,
ringing the Capital. But Maryland is known as Chevy incorporated since 1914. It is great civic pride that Chevy*
Celebrates Its Chevy Chase has kept is special Chevy Chase, the Village proper governed by a sevenmemberBoard ,Chase Village is without dgtt.

atmosphere and Identity. occupies some 225 acres just of Managers elected at an

50th Anniversary: Chevy Chase Village, one of over the District Line in Mary. annual New England style town I
land. It celebrated the OPEN FRIDAY-; ,
recently
meeting. In 1924, a village man
the first suburban com-
Impossible as It seems, a, planned
guidebook written Just 40 years, munities in the United States, 50th anniversary of its incorpr- ager was engaged, making I Bunnell Theatre
oatlon, the National Geographic Chase of the first
is renowned for its broad, tree- Chevy one
ago called Washington D.C., a'' I I
"city without suburbs." shaded streets, neatly trimmed Society says. communities In the United Phone 437-3681

The book listed only one real hedges, and comfortable old Ballad of "Chtvv Chase" I I II States to have a city manager I CLEAN QUIET- COOL" ;
form
of
: houses.THANKS government.
suburb, Chevy Chase, Maryland. rambling -- I
The origin of Chevy Chase I ,
-- .JI the name, that is-goes back to I

the 14th century. The Scots and MANY MANY THANKS
English often made border raids,
called "chevauchees" into one Stems such a few words for so many wonderful friends. So X
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another's territory. In 1388, the will write It large and say sincerely. I am deeply gratefulfor
. + English Lord Percy forrayed into your support and vote In the first primary. My appreciation

TO THE VOTERS OF FLAGLER COUNTY the Chevoit Hill chase, or pri to those that worked in my behalf in small or largeways "
w vate hunting ground, of the during my campaign for Supervisor of Registration 1

For the splendid vote given me in' Flagler Scottish Earl Douglas, who died respectfully solicit your further support and vote on..May

County-and. no candidate could ask for a better in the ensuing battle. A popular 26th Primary runoff. AGAIN, MANY THANKS. .. .
ballad described the battleof
than home precinct (Haw MARY E. SMITH
vote of confidence my "Chevy Chace," and the name

Creek) gave me, 62 out of 66 votes. entered folklore. raid Pol It lout Artv

I ask your continued support in the second "Chevy Chace" appeared as
invite the friends American place name on a 1725
primary, and particularly, do I
grant of 560 acres of land near THANKS
and supporters of Mr. Lee Drazba to support us in what is now Washington. Lord f

victory on May 26th. Baltimore gave the land to Col. '
I wish to thank all the voters for the vote, of conJ
onel Joseph Belt of the colonial
Sincerely, militia The name may have fidence In the recent Primary on May 5th. I shall w,

..i paid tribute to the many Scotsin endeavor at all times to conduct the affairs of the,*;,

'f' : f.C.': H. COWART ..| the area. office in the best interest of Flagler County, *. ,

< The modern history of Chevy
:: COMf.lISSIONER
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ri COUNTY.
>>. a Chase begins with Senator Francis LOUIS M. STEFLIK ,
District 3 G. Newlands of Nevada, who ;

joined with Senator William Paid Political Adv. ".
Paid Political Adv. Stewart of Nevada to form the

Chevy Chase Land Company in - _.

1890. Though the area was

.,v". ,' t wooded and undeveloped, it fit :

THANKS ted Senator Newlands' favorite WANTED! :
i dictum: "Every city in America

**. grows to the west.
Four houses built in
were
To my manyMdedicated friends who gave me Chevy Chase soon after the coin; ; (AND NEEDED MAY 26th) -,' ,

their wholehearted.support,' and to the people of pany was formed; three of them !"
still stand. Built solidly and
Flagler County who have received my candidacy so oft ,
carefully, the Village grew ....
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slowly and maintained a small I'
sincere thanks. ft.
well, I give you my .. .
town years. atmosphere for many % 1.

To the many fine people who:elected. vote Until, 1927, Chevy Chase, had .1 .: I
its own hand-drawn flre-tl8hting .. ......... .1'p ',1Reglst.red
other candidate I extend a cordial invita- ,
for the apparatus. Stouthearted, but A t
Democrat
tion to come join with me to make Flagler County short-winded, men of the Village I
f responded to the fire gong and JAMES J. ALIAS JiMMY' .
Schools the very best. dragged the heavy equipment .
to the blaze. More often than I '

not in later years, the puffing .JAMES.
Yours for. .a ,Better, School System, volunteers: discovered to their .
'*
,, chagrin that the Washington
HARRIS Fire Department had beaten OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE FOR r

COY G. them to the scene.OneMan ,' DEMOCRATICNATIONAL : ;'

Police Force

raid Political Adv ,. .
The Village traditionally has

---- been watched over by one combination COMMITTEEMAN ,: .1 .
i policeman-night watch. '
man. The first officer also \ .
THANK YOU doubled as. lamplighter. Crimeis HAS SERVED TIME!! ,

virtually none-existent. Arthur Over 12 years hard labor on '
-;: '" .-. ---.-.-.::,,..,J.U Bradshaw, the current police Democratic Commit'",' Now serving ',,
man, Is a talented golfer at Democratic State CommitteemanREWARD \
--\t: : Another Chevy Chase favoritewas ,
Allison Blanlne McQuin,
-b '. ..'
the Whistling mall carrier. During ,
\
I 7t n \\t World War II, Mr. McQuin. of BETTER REPRESENTATION for ALL
'' signaled to housewives with the Florida Dtmocrattl
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'1) mating call of the cardinal c*! $t Adv"I: \
when he had a letter from a raid 1'
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MR. & MRS. FLAGLER COUNTY :

.< t .' My sincere thank to each *ndV''. '

everyone that participated In the Majr. !'
I,;:. 6th election. Though .fating the elec' f

j tion I won many netirfricnds. Thanagain. .

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.i I humbly suggest that when ;{

1 elicited for your vote you strongly ,'
(Insist that both candidates will prom* i ip
, lie to strive for small desirable Indus* .1

I .1: tries for Flagler County-work out '
' proram.o advertise our beach area| '

to secure a recreational program that
is inviting to our visitors and residents.
I My sincere thanks and appreciation to each and
The. are mutts for the future
i everyone, for your vote and support in retaining me { economic development of our.county.

I as your State Attorney. Above all-vote fop the candidate ...

i of your choice on May 26th.* t \
DAN R. WARRENSTATE 4
A! Thanks Again, J JI J

.. P LEE J. DRAZDA

ATTORNEY I t.as ......... Ali. th..M
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@l\'O.pJ'OUR --"THB-EDAOLBB'TRIBUNE, J t Thursday, May.14,1964:

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, Familiar f FruitsOriginated LETTERS TO THE EDITOR' ;

Editor The Flogta Tribunes
In Jn the interest of our schools, I beg and plea, 1 )'I'When' '
Especially to 819 folks that voted like me. CaiiOntJs
Plates
Faraway Friends and relatives I didn't consider j.

(By Jock Honm) Just the school, its system and not be bitter. .If'

Many of the fruits that we Our children we love, but sometimes we sleep,
grow In this country immigrated But please don't give up, we will keep
here When the first colonists Before November we can listen and learn, !:' -
,and explorers reached the And check with people who had no concern.' '
shores of America. A write-in vote in November is legal; .
I know it will interest a great many people.I've .
According t$ br. H. S. Wolfe, I
professo of horticulture,University made mistakes, and 111 always pay, , "
of Florida College of Agriculture But I hope my children don't have it that way.' t' '
several fruits migratedto I'm not a politician, neither a poet; .
Europe and wire cultivated I'm just worried and I want folks to know It. :i
there before coming to the New I've stayed up nights and thought it through, : You Need
World., And this is the Way Of getting to you. :
Peaches originated ih China, Politics, and personal dislikes, put them aside; : '
and slowly treked westward by Vote for our school system, our county's future and pride. '
the trade routes through Persia. They say a write-in vote is hard to get through, "
Grapes had a similar beginning, It has been done here before-that's the least we can do. '

and came to America from I've thought this sort of thing might hurt in some way,
France and Italy.A So I've talked to many people to see what they would say. GOODPrinting
fruit that was cultivated in
Their answer was: 4CertaInly not!I"
Asia Minor for 4,000 priorto
years "Go to it and give it all you've got!" "
the western hemisphere
coming to
\ asked Board Members could this hinder our school'systemT I
is the fig. FlgSrf cherries "
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Their "no.
reply was
R, and plums were enjoyed for. To, the meetings they have, they want! us to 'go. ,
many 'centuries by Europeans.Dr.
I've been to a few, thet '' k lot we should know.
, Wolfe polnto out that the
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tropical mangos grew in northeastern After talking to many people, I know how we feel.
India and were carriedto For a 31 difference of vote, I make an appeal.
I the New World. .in the ,;7th It balances out, a 17 vote swa '. ,-,'
and 18th'centuries., put Florida's That a, few votes can be changed, in minutes of & day.lf+i '
\ mango industry started from I asked the people "let's don't gamble on our school."
,j seedlings of varieties imported I may be a working man, but riot that big a fool. '
from India to Florida only 60 Though to all the people truth Is hard to ftrid. ..'
or" 70 years ago. That favorite Let's talk it over; I hope this letter you won't mind. .
salad fruit, the avocado, is a Two men-one won as the Democratic nominee. > l ,
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native of Latin America. They But the big one in November is whiteout vote should be. OFFICE FORMS
too have been cultivated' iin Our accredited school is now rated one of the best; ,
Florida and California for about Let's .fight, to ,keep it that way, without any rest ff..
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60 years. Father of Six CHrls.tLDON ENVELOPESINVOICES
Bananas arrived in the New
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World almost like A baton In LEWIS. XN1GHT. . '
a foot race. They originated in
Malaya and India. From there .
they reached Africa and were I Thanks For NominationTO .
handed from tribe to tribe across LETTER HEADS

the dark Continent. They THE PEOPLE OF FLAGLER COUNTY:
were finally picked up In
Canary Islands\ off the coist of .'j f., Please accept my thanks and sinter PPNcWtlon BUSINESS) CARDSSTATEMENTS j
Africa after a thousand years for Domination: as Tour Judge 6f Small
by the Spanish and were broughtto Claim Court Without opposition. I shall continue to '
Latin America.The ibis the people in the future as in the past. \+
delicious! iti&4Ybenk hal
a long history, says br. Wolfe. Leola Jones "
This red fruit! 'wu> growth ih! BILL HEADS

Europe 10,000 years ago, but the Paid Politick, Adv. .. ._ ,
strawberries .found in America . . .
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were much superior. The varieties -'I"".' ... ,.- ... ,-" RULED FORMS
cultivated in Europe as "
well as this country are derived THANKS '
from crossing the types native TICKETS and TAGS}
to esaterh and western North \
America. ,
Raspberries and blackberries I j take this means In expressing ny ltncerbrs'titude ...

were found in both con'tlhehts, to thA people of Flagler County for your CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS .,

and the native, ..pecle.ea h I vote, support and encouragement in my race for
e is raised today. County Cctmmittioner District No. 3 In the May 5th
Nuts ate specialized fruits. .
Only pecans are truly American, Pn .tj.
but they are '(11Uv0 Tebcai
, and Louisiana lied l not Florida.. t sincerely ask for your continued. help and
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, Way 2 th., ,
I upport, oh k, .'. ,
ACmdn.nML 'kPOstr .... ;

tural Laltf'yt.ar experts American'to other c fypliui uhfrlbs* T. 'Sr ELTON BROOKS We Don't Do The Most

reached #.6 billion, which, 't.
count for one 7ourtll 'w all U. S. rata, Political Ab'

products shipped abroad. ... ... ..'-. --', PRINTINGBut
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0. F. ALTORDit.giit 1 take this opportunity to express my '
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ted sincere thanks and appreciation to

the voters of Flagler County for so
deal Estate Broker
loyally supporting and voting for me
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Dial
EunnsU. FloridaMMW in the First Primary election, thus ID 73282n

nominating me for the office of f: .

f Sheriff again. I :, i- "
q.-d.
MILLERELEctRONICS
I want to assure you that I shall continue

to carry out the duties of the office

1744 Ocean Shore filvd. to the best of my ability in the The

REPAIRS ON TVSWASHERS future as"in' the past. Again accept my" -.
4 thanks.


Call ,Collect 6724877 DRYERS Homer Brooks Flagler Tribune

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GARDEN.' CLUB MET ;. METHODIST.CHURCH / MEATS M h ,
' Church school time Is 9.45A. BEST
pri The Plagler Beach Garden M. and morning worship at _
'Club met in Fellowship Hall at 11 o'clock. This Sunday, Mr. :
I the Community Church last Ray Smalley, retired missionary 'I
Tuesday. The meeting was opened from the Belgian Congo, will be I
'by Mrs. Brede, vice-pres guest speaker. Mrs. Smally will
.. ident.. Roll call. found 16 memo speak to the church school pu PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
bers present. Annual reports pils. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
the officers and
were given by
MAY 14, 15, 16, 1964
several committee chairman.
by Books Are DishBy
,May 19 was set for the banquetand My
installation of the 64.65 officers. ( Dorothy Homons) I Choice Grade, Center Cut Western Corn Fed
: . It is to be held at the CHUCK CENTER CUT RIB

MrS.Daytona{ Walter Plaza Meshey Hotel at was 12:30.appointed Judging about from the publishing reports and world articles ., Lb. Pork Lb. 59Tender

general chairman for English literature has never STEAKS 59 Chops
the affair, with Mrs. Cletus been in a more dire state thanIt
Strauser, Mrs. Alfred Junengllng is now. And if there Is one
and Mrs. Jewel Duensing assist. writer the writers of today haveit Sliced PALM RIVER SLICED
ing her. In for its Shakespeare.The BABY BEEFLIVER Lb.
t Mrs. Marie Brede will install Surrealists say he must BACON
officers and Mrs. Elsie White be destroyed before any more Lb. 49 4589c
will the tables. good writers can appear which,
arrange to my mind, is nothing but pure 2 Lbs. ........................................
Several flower arrangementswere
jealousy-any horse can run a
presented at the meeting Copeland' Tender Smoked Pure Pork
race provided It Is the only horse Copeland'
I i and Mrs. Sue Spivey Judged. A running. 5 to 7 Lb. Avg. Weight SMOKED
; beautiful of white
i arrangement
'' lilies and yellow glads was of Shakespeare a song I came Is like across the once tile Lb
made by Mrs. White for the PICNICS 29 Sausage 59SLICED
monthly arrangement. Hostesses in a show that failed, but the
title was good: "You Are So Im
for. the meeting were Mrs. mortal, I1one)"." Shakespeare is .......................... Lb.
Junengling and Mrs. White. 35cTASTE
LIKE FRESH COFFEE CREAM
T ________. so immortal. Here, 400 years
1 I, I after he was born on April 23, MAXWELL HOUSE
.,' COMMUNITY CHURCH 1564, a year's cycle of his playsare
I i Sunday school time is 9:45: to be given.More plays than COFFEE CoffeeMatelLb.
\ A.M. with classes for all ages. he saw of' his own when he
In the absence of Rev. R. W. was alive.
Dickert, Prof. J. W. Cowen, principal The New York Times devoted
of New Smyrna Beach many pages of its Sunday Qz. <;;
Senior High School, will be edition to Shakespeare. The Sat. 59 59
guest speaker. Rev. and Mrs. urday Review had many articles Jar,
I Dickert will be gone on a about William Shakespeare. A Can
months vacation and plan to attend gain and again it Is said he is
the Baptist Conference in and will be the greatest writer Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Philadelphia some time this who ever lived. Why? "He's So
month. Mr Howard Wisehaupt Immortal, Honey! An article In I ONE "S & H" GREEN STAMP WITH EVERY
will be guest, speaker on May the Times quotes Shakespeareon F R E E 10 PURCHASE .
24th. Morning worship Is at 11 gardening. His comments are
o'clock. so up to date It would be worthwhile .

for members of the Gar Osage HAWAIIAN __
dening Club here to read It at
Mr r rand Mrs. E. D. Johns the Flagler Woman's Club Library 46 Oz. 00
ji spent the weekend visiting with "Well said: That was laid Peaches 3 gs79 Punch 3 $1
Mr : John,'* parents, Mr. andMrsJE. on with a trowel," Is from As Cans
M. Johns, of Gainesville. You Like It. Page Dale Carnegie Limit 3 Please
. "Minions of the moon"
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Howard Wisehaupt and Francis :might be poets, or those Outer Large 20 Oz. EVER FRESH
I Drake have ,returned from Space men down at Cape Ken For *
'a
I visit in Montgomery, Alabama, nedy." "What's new on the. RI. 2 35 Bread 5 Loaves $| 00
with Mr, and Mrs. Pete Barber. alto? We'd* saythat' the
They also made a business trip latest dlrtf"Israel 2 Please
to Huntsvile, Alabama.
I is turning ancient ruins 303 Argo Whole Green
I into living towns, National Geographic 12 O z. NIBLET
I Community says. The tenth city in BEANS 2 For 35Limit
40 centuries Is rising at Arad, CORK 6'Mjoo
) Memorial Church and a cooperative farm village

,S I.t...-.............. adjoins the ruins of En-gedl on ROYAL PINKSalmon
I the Dead Sea. 6 Please
AIR CONDITIONED I
Daytona Av *
II The word "tulip" derives from Joe Grain's Twin Oaks Poultry 1CaLnb. 59
FLAGLER BEACH i a Turkish word for turban.
Fla. Grade "A" LARGE
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I Early Turkish gardeners hybridized
Church Service 11:00A." .M. wild species. The spring Doz. DAIRY

II.!!',W. DICKERT!! WKLCOMK FMUrIBVEHYONR land flower, via was Austria Introduced, in the to latter Hole EGGS 2 79* Seal,.,. I

-part of-the 16th century.. -- Limit 4 Dozen Please, ,', Cottage CHEESE 2 S;. 49C

Clearbrook or Cloverbloom 0

& My Sincere, Appreciation PRODUCE BUTTER Lb- 69cWATERMELONSEa,9ge

,'" To all of you who supported me in my Large Red Ripe Please

a y, recent campaign. Although unsuccessful I FROZEN

l we have no apologies to make to ". FOODSU.

\ t. : anyone for the principles for;:whlch>v: If' S. No. 1 White Vent View 6 Oz. Sealdsweet Concentrate

ii we fought. Sincerely, POTATOES I Bag b. 49e ORANGE JUICE 3 For 7ge

f Z. D. Holland APPLE 22 Oz. Winter Garden

1 1..14 Political Adv. Large Crispy Fresh
PEACH
i l CELERY Z For 15d CHERRY PIES, 3 For $1,00

limit 3 Pleasetih'
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NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE .TTYSO 'I KK. ....f.fI.. ." %v.-.... .... .......W.Wj

t .' The fire insurance policies we writ still giv the some EXTRA FREE 50 ::50; EXTRA 50 !: 50 EXTRA SOS
dependable protection. But today you con often tnjoy ad. FREES ;;: FREE
dltlonal coverage beneiits-Horn Owner's Policy-at my S & H GREEN STAMPS : & H GREEN STAMPS & H GREEN STAMPS
f little extra costBemember With this and :
coupon With this and
coupon With this and
H. T. Cook Agency is ready, to help you I Your purchase of One :Your purchase of $5.00 or Your purchase coupon of 1
pkg.
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take advantage of these extra coYeragea. Telephone 437>33 1 Gallon Picnic : More Food
Twin
Pack
or stop in soon for full details. Jug : OrderCoupon C Potato Ever Fresh

i, H. T. COOK AGENCY Coupon Expires : Expires Chips
I Coupon Expires
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Thursday, May 14, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN !

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I Mrs. L. H. Drady recently via. start minting sliver doltai until from household silver and tor-

ited in Columbus, Ga.., with her 17W, jut a few yt frtfM* sill 94(1*. Tie weft on silver
1 I aunt, Mrs. Onle Braawell. Washington's death. Th* lilt ....... Owners took theft ,
I Yankee dollar had die h *d ofa silver articles tb a mi ,\ had I
'i Mrs. Isharn Johnston is a patient long-haired Liberty on one them melted down and fed \1'
In the J. Ilillls Miller Med side, an eagle within a wreath to take home. George Washington
LOCA1J feel Center in Gainesville where I Ion the reverse. Over the span supposedly was the fit

she underwent major surgery. 141 years, the mints turned customer the original mint In :
I, out nine different designs. Philadelphia. He converted his I

IDLEWOOD CLUB CASSANDRA GALE DODGEN i j r DR. J. R. SAYERS In early days,' silver coins of silver spoons into half-dimee*

ELECTS OFFICERS I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dodgen ; UNDERGOES SURGERYDr. I all denominations were made now replaced by the nickel' ,
,
TUESDAY NIGHT I
announce the arrival of a seven J. R. Sayers, director of the I j, .

The Idlewood Club membersmet I pound, seven ouncedaughter, Flagler County Health Depart. '
with Leona Eisenbach Tues born at the local hospital May ment, underwent major surgeryat I WISH TO THANK '
day evening for a business and 10. She was given the name of the J. HIllls Miller Medical .,,\
social meeting. Bette McDaniel Cassandra Gale. Mrs. Dodgen is Center in Gainesville Monday "
presided at the business session. the former June Lane of Bun morning.At all the good people who voted for me and ,support

Plans were made for theMothers' I nell. press time, it was reportedhe ed my candidacy for Sheriff of Flagler County., :. ..

Tea which will be from was progressing satisfactori ,.I ", I II
3 ot 5 o'clock at the McDaniel ENJOY FAMILY REUNION ly. deeply appreciate the support t';

home Sunday The club memo Enjoying a family reunion. at
bers will have as their guests the home of Mrs. Gladys Deenon Silver Dollars E. W. Johnston Jr. '. ,,'1f
their mothers and guests. Mother's Day were: Mr. and >:
Officers elected for the new Mrs. Stanley Deen and children, May Fade From "> \V''
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Paid I year were: Peggy King, president Glyn, Ricky, Danna and Cary of ""',
; Wlnell Improta, vice president Freeport, Grand Bahamas; Mrs. ,American PocketsSilver oW _
; Wilda Hargett, secretary; Larry Hoffman and son Wayneof
Myrna Knight, treasurer; Bette Merritt Island; Mrs. Milton dollars may soon be as ':
McDaniel, chaplain and pub. Wetherington and children Mona scarce as a good nickel cigar.A THANKS

liclty. David and Joy, of Willowi recent run by collectors ,'
Named on the Ways and I i Branch, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs. cleaned out the Treasury De- I wish to thank the voters of :Flngler County i

Means Committee were Dot Yel- I JJ. E. Deen, Jr., of Hlleah, Flor parment's supply of "cartwheels" for the vote of confidence shown me in the Primary. ,\;

vlngton, Shirley Chambers, and ; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Deen except for a reserve of some May 5th. \1 \ .
I pda
Kathryn Perryman; social committee Christmas, Florida; Mr. and three million. I will continue to do my best to fulfill the /,
Virginia Moody; play. '(Mrs. Duane Deen Mrs. Mildred Silver dollars haven't been trust you have shown in me. *{" -

ground committee, Virginia Nyland, of Bunnell; and Mr. and coined since 1935, the National Sincerely
,
King. Mrs. Stanley Close of Haledon, Geographic Society says. And a
The next meeting of. the club New Jersey.Mr. recent Treasury request to mint T.K.I( Buddy) MCKNIGHT
will be in September.Mrs.
more was turned down by Con.
and Mrs. J. E. Barber of gress because existing mint fa. raId Political Adv. \

Flossie Richardson recently Montgomery Alabama, were duties are hard pressed to meet --- -.-... ... . '"
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bar. the demand for smaller coins. :
learned that former resident
ber the weekend.Mrs. Hoarded and Collected :1
over
Mrs. J. R. (Maude) Hen-
derson, Is a patient in the Alexander Though Treasury reserves of THANK YOU WI
City Nursing Home in Walter Knight visited in silver dollars are at an all-time
Tampa several days this week low, 485 million of them still '
Alexander City, Ala. They also To each and for
with her sister, Mrs. Horace clank around in circulation. everyone
said Mr. Henderson has passed
last September.Mr. Locke, who is ill. Many are in the tight grip of your vote and support in the
away I coin collectors, end others are First Primary on May 5th.I .
Mrs. Frankie Hoff and two I kept as good*luck charms, usedon

and Mrs. Roy Pitts of MIami young daughters were recent money clips, or salted away ,, i4 would like to earnestly
visited with Flossie Rich- visitors in Jacksonville with relatives. for cash emergencies.Some solicit your continued support (
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ardson Friday. They were en I silver dollars are hoarded In the Second Primary on
in the hopes that the rising I
route to Greenville, S.c., for a May 26th.
price of silver will make the
visit, with relatives. Captain and Mrs. Charles Me
coin worth more as metal than
+--- Knight and sons, Ken, and Terry
money. For the first time since IMOGENE STRICKLAND .. I '
arrived the weekendfor
during :
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Close of 1920, the silver content of the i
Haledon, N. J. are here for a vis- a visit with his parents, dollar coin-nine.tenths silver Candidate For
it with his sisters, Mrs. Gladys Judge and Mrs. T. K. McKnlght. and one-tenth copper for hard SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION ,
route from his assignment
Deen and Mrs. Mildred Nyland. They were en ness-is worth $1 in the metal Paid Political Adv
in Otis Air Force Base
market.
In Massachusetts to a new as.
Silver was once used only as
PETERSON TEXACO signment in Texas.C. .
a monetary standard and as
SERVICE decorative metal, but lately In.
I I J. Muzyka of Waco, Texas, OPENING FRIDAY
ROAD SERVICE creasing uses have been found
is spending some time here with
Light Mechanical Work for it in Industry. The shiny
his mother, Mrs. Jessie Muzyka,
Phone 4373441 Bunnell metal is a major ingredient in
and family. BUNNELL THEATRE
I .-. making photographic film. SII.ver's .
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.VV"a "..rI' rI"tJ conductivity and resistance .

rw.w.w.w.NOTICE to corrosion makes it valuablein Box Office Opens 7tlS p, m. Show Starts 7i30
I the electronics field. -With
the metal in short supply, a few For 361 day a year Palm Springs is just a Swanky

PARK IN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY manufacturers even resort to Play Ground. Out oh, that vacation week end when I;

FLAGLER COUNTY ROUTE melting down coins-If they can I all youth busts loose and everything goes! II I
get them-to get sliver for the I

Formerly owned by Walton Johnston has been bought by Items they manufacture.
PALM
Dayto-day use of silver dol. "Two Complete
E. M. WHITTEN lars has not been common In '
the East or Middle West. A SPRINGS
Shows
I will appreciate the patronage of all old customers and Brooklyn gas station attendant Nightly"

ask for the business of all-Prompt and Efficient Sewn called the police when a Wyo. ,* WEEKEND
mlng visitor tried to pay him
and look
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with silver dollars. Troy Donahue Connie

Out West where silver is at all Stevens Ty Hardin

mined, however, the cartwheel Stefanie Powers
Is popular than the wingers Kobert Conrad Jack I
NOTICECity more paper.
I Throwing down a dollar bill on who are in it I I I We ton Jerry VanDyke
the counter Is like dropping
of Bunnell dog licenses will be due June 1, I,dirty paper on the street," says

1964 and are now available at the City Hall. Li the enthusiastic president of the SUNDAY AND MONDAY

cense fees are as follows : Montana Chamber of Commerce.

Male and spayed female $1.00 are Though rough popular on trouser, sllvrtidollari pockets. "How The West Was Lost"

Female $2.00A In Montana, men's pants are
made with reinforced pockets. Frank WITH Doan
rabies innoculation certificate signed by a vet Ladies' handbags get extra AN

erinarian must be presented before a license will stitches. Sinatra ASSISTBY Martin -' '' '

Even thieve prefer the rea*. t .._ l,!
be issued.
curing clank of hard money. . e

Arrangements have been made to have a veterinarian When a bank was robbed Jn f"" IN

at the Civic Center Thursday, May 21, 1964, White Sulphur Springs. Montana .

between the hours of 8:30 A. M. and 10:00 A. M. I 20,000, the silver bandit' doll..lugged... lie made away 114 FOR TEXAS"

The veterinarian's charge will be $4.00 for each I his getaway in a truek. ..
Admission Child 25c-Adults 60c
innoculation Spool Make Dollars i
The bent known of all sliver SUPPORT YOUR HOME TOWN MOVIE

CITY OF BUNNELLMrs. dollar sailed! across the Rap. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and MondayUNDER
Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk pahaAfloek ltlver-4f we believe
the ligeadaiy feats of young NEW OWNERSI .if"
May 7-14-2tc George,Wabt'"fiwi. In fate, thedJdift 4
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KAGEJBIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 14, 10S4

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scribed the moment: Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT "H'-

I Ij' Early North Pole "On this being announced $2.50 A Year to Advance FLORIDA JtlVTlI JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT...OR "' &OF( -

1ASSIFIED with LHR COUNTY 1N t71IANCRKY
cheers were given one

I Expedition Site more for Captain Nares; then TU.NO_iL86dAD1Yl N1WRAtl f

the whole party, in the exuberance OOMPANT. a e.lselppf ep.rpoor.a .
: ADS Dance to the Music of t loft.

Being RevisitedThe of their spirits at having P1ietlff. ;

: I reached their turning point, THE ANIMAL LAND, INC., a FlrMa

L..u.I.**) enter tale fcaal.. aN 1964 ski expedition to the sang the 'Union Jack, of Old RHYTHMROCKERS corporation et al. ..
S seats pee ward each laeertlea North Pole brings explorers once I NOTICE APP en'"
the 'God Save the
n eats la salalsaaa* ckara*. England, IN THE nT OF TUB \BTATE
again to a frozen Canadian re "
Queen: OF FLORIDA, TO:
British arctic AT THE Martin J. Fitzgerald Jr.
reached by
trailer 16 ft. gion
FOB SALE-Travel ,
the meantime, the second Katonah. New York
Ip
1958 chrish, good condition. See pioneers In 1876. BAMBOO COCKTAIL YOU. MARTIN J. FITZGERALD.
k Alert party, commanded:: by JR.. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
on AlA at Beverly Beach across LOUNGE that a Complaint to foreclose a
The almost forgotten Britons Senior Lieutenant Pelham Aid certain mortgage on the followingfcg -

I from Surf Bar, $425.00. Call who explored northern Ellsmere rich, went north and west for! FLAGLER BEACH : property located In Flag
HE 92159. 5-14-ltp t Florida, to-wlt I :
Island were part of an unsuc a month and a half before re Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. PARCEL I: Being a part of Section

'" trailer cessful effort to reach the Pole. turning. These men are almost Range 40 31, Township East and more 10 South particularly -
FOR 1 bedroom
R RENT- But even In the teeth of defeat, forgotten, but they left their described a* follow:
'!, 'sleeps four completely furnish T Beginning at a concrete monu-
, the exhausted travelers did not names at landmarks on their IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH ment marking the Northeasterly -
ed. See on AlA at Beverly Beach chorus "God Save theQueen" ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN corner of the said Section 40.
<' across from Surf Bar or call neglect to Journey-Good Point, Doidge AND FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY, Township 1Q South, Range 31
and toast Her Majesty'shealth Bay Stubbs Point, Wood Point, FIORID.CIiANCICItY NO. 4868, East aa a point of referenceand
I)IV. A thence
HE 92159. 5-14-ltp running South 19'b7'45' -
, with grog. Cape Aldrich, and Mitchell PETER PAOANIS. East along the Easterly line
, Plaintiff. of the said Section 40. a dla
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished I The region of Cap Columbiaand Point. The farthest point they v.. tance of 2272.J5 feet to an Intersection -
I TOULA PAGAN IS.
reached was Yelverton Bay. with the center line
2 bedroom duplex Ward Hunt Island Is the Defendant. of MalaCompra Road; thence
NOTICE OK !SUIT continuing South 19* 57' 45*
apartment, carport and screened off for the Staib On the return, Lieutenant Aldrich
FLORIDA
Jumping point THE STATE OF TO: East, along: the aald Easterly
porch.. Call ID 7.3304. North Pole Expedition supportedby stopped at Ward Hunt Is. TOULA PACJANIS line a distance of 2688.09 feet
80 Gardner Street
to the point of beginning of
April 16-tf the National Geographic So land May 30, 1876 He reportedin Peabody Massachusetts this description; thence continu-
his Journal: You are hereby notified that a ing South 19* 57' 45" East along -
FOR SALE-14' boat ciety. The skierers, who arrivedin suit hat been brought against you the said Easterly line, adistance
plywood northern Ellsmere Island "Had a hard clamber up a In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial of 264068 feet to ao
ber glass bottom. Gator tllt-n./ on Circuit, In and for Flagler Intersection with the Northerly -
/ make steep slope on the south side County In Chancery by Peter Pa
March 10, hope to an unprecedented boundary of the, 60 foot right.
trailer, 18 horse Evinrude of the Island, which was covered ganls aa plaintiff. of-way of Hth Road; thence
less than 15 hours service. All in traverse of the Poleto You are hereby required to serve South 1103' 15" West along
the Eurasian land with deep snow, and reach. upon Raymond Wilson Karl and the said Northerly right-of-way
perfect shape. W. E. Kudrna, mass. 600 Conway, Plaintiff attorney whoseaddress boundary a distance of 1239.03
To Use Dog Sledges ed the top of a ridge about la 601 North Orandvlew feet to an intersection with the
phone 4373247. 5.14.3tp feet ,above the ice. .1 found this Avenue P. O. Box 5T2S, Daytona Easterly boundary of the 100
BJorn Staib, a 25-year-old Nor Beach Florida 82020. a copy of foot right-of-way of State Road
weigan from Oslo and 10 other nearly bare of snow and com your written defense to the complaint No. AlA; thence North 1856'57
FOR SALE-2 roll-a-way beds, In said suit on or before West along said Easterly right-
Call young men will use dog sledgesto posed of small stones and the 8th day ofJune 1964. The pur of-way boundary a distance of
condition each.
, good $10.00 earth. . pose of said suit la to secure a 2640.0 feet; thence North 71-
439.2029, Fred Fruits. 5-14-ltp carry food and supplies on divorce forever annulling the bonda 03' 15" East a distance of
: their trip, Just and the plaintiff. of this description
ert E. Peary did on his dlscov- sented as regards quantity in WITNESS my hand aa Clerk and

\ AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE the popy, saxifrage, and small he seal of said Court In Bunnell. PARCEL II: Being a part of
cry Journey in 19081909. Peary Flakier County Florida. this let Section 40.. Township 10 South
1 ASSOCIATION Iso made Cape Columbia his turfts of grass. I saw no actual day of May 1984. I Range 31 East and more par-
(Circuit Court Seal) ticularly described a* follow:
tracks of animals but hares
Has opening tor representative 'starting point. /SE..Mt. YS'WYTHE Beginning at a concrete monument -
had evidently visited the local. A. marking the Northeasterly
in Flagler County, you will be The 1876 British expedition May 7-.21.S-4tc corner of laid Section 40
I ity, though not recently. One or -- ,
81
from Her Majesty's Ships Alert Township 10 South Range
trained In all phases of A.A.A. two IN TilE COURT OF TIIR COUNTY East. aa a point of reference
snow.buntings were flying
membership and have fringe and Discovery hauled Its sledges "JUDfiR FI.AGI.RR COUNTY and running thence South 19'*
; STATFpF"' FLORIDA IJf *
about. PRO-
67' 45 East along the Easterly -
benefits. Training class starts by hand, rather than with dogs. HATK.rre line of the said Section 40.

The Britons set standards of en : a distance of 2372.85 feet to an
Tuesday 19th. Call write
May The Estate of Intersection with the center line
or come bX A.A.A. office 100 durance that remain remarkable ANNA JOHNS, of MalaCom Road; thencecontinuing
sugar South
4i9.4jVgL Deceased. 19* 57' 45*
j Seabreeze Blvd. Daytona Beach today. NOTICE OF FILING FIRST REPORT East along the said Easterly
One of the AND PETITION FOR ORDRR line distance of 1450.22 feet
expedition's par.
Ask for Manuel Israelson CL hea
I ScIuMJ OF DUTRinUTION AND FOR to point of beginning of this
I 1 20531. May 14-ltc ties was forced to turn back because I DKCHARGR TOP EIECUTOitNotice description; thence continuing
I* hereby' given that I South 19IT' 45" East, along
of lack of food when only The Juniors held a class meet. have filed my Report as the said Easterly line a distance

1 FOR SALE-12 hp Sea King elect 399Vi miles from the Pole. An. .Ing on April 27th to make their Executor of the rte of ANNA of 1137.87 feet: thence
JOHNS. Deceased; that I have filed South *
73 03' 15 West a dla
I trie starter outboard motor, 1960.I other explored, the north coast final plans for the Junior-Senior my Petition for Order of Distri tance of 1193.28 feet to an intersection -

I Very good condition, $125.00. of Greenland. A third traveled Prom, to be held May 5. Mostof I bution tor; and and that for on Discharge the 18th of day Execu of ary of the with 100 the foot Easterly rightofwayof bound.

Jones, 23rd St. Si Flagler Ave.(, westward on Ellsmere Island, the prom materials have ar June. 19(4 I will apply to the State Road No. AlA: thenceNorth
Honorable K. McKnlght, County: 18' B(" 57* West, along
Flagler Beach. 572tp reconnoltered Cape Columbia, rived now, and the gymnasiumhas ,Approval ogler County. Florida*; said Easterly' right of- way

and first set foot on Ward Hunt, I been reserved so that work for of my First Report boundary, a distance. of 1137.61
and for an Order of Distributionand *
WANTED-large attic fan in feet: thence North 71 03' 03"
naming, It after George Ward can begin shortly. for Discharge a* Executor of East a distance of 1172.0 feet
t good condition. Call Mrs. George the Estate of ANNA JOHNS. De to the''
point of beginning of this
I Ij
Hunt First Lord of the Admiralty Mr. Morris also
< was presentat ceased. description.
Jarosz, phone 4373410. 5-7-4tc .
LOUIS OSSINSKY 8R.
at that time. the meeting on April 27th to
- ---- A* Executor of the Estate of the tenement,
FOR RENT-unfurnished 2 bedroom Details of this expedition are inform the junior boys about ANNA JOHNS Deceased. her l.t. tnt.wl"dtherunto; appurtenances

duplex apartment, carport recounted In Voyage to the Polar Boy's State, and he made a list Osslnsky 411 Main &Street Krol belonging. ..

and screened porch. Call ID 7. Sea In H.H. Ship 'Alert' and of the boys who are Interestedin Attorney Daytona Beach.for the Florida Estate la 4x8 2x8 display display counter counter

j 3304. April 16-tf UscoYery (London, 1878)) by going to Boy's State !this sum May 14-21-28 A June 4-4tc a a x < glass display countera.2x8 .

Captain Sir G. S. Nares, com mer. NOTICE OF SALE 1 2x8 glass solid display counter counter..

, WANTED IRONING to do at my mander of the venture. Buzzy McKnight, Reporter. Notice la hereby given that un 1 ticket booth.
reasonable. Pick & de. der and pursuant to that certain 1 n.C. Allen, 4 total cashregister
home, up Capt. Nares had been ordered BETA CLUB NEWS Final Decree In Mortgage Foreclosure ,
livery. Phone ID 73669.1021tf ] and Sale rendered on the 1 automatic ticket dispenser.
to reach the North Pole, If possible It's spring and everything is Ttb[ day of May A. D. 1964 by the I 19(0 Jeep CT 5.

and "from winter quarters bustin' out new. The Beta Clubis Honorable Howell W. Melton. one 0 trailer made by National
!
the .
of of the Seventh Ju I 8 x 8 walk-In cooler.
SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain to explore the adjacent coasts no exception. We have elect. dicial\ Circuit: of the State of Flor- 1 19(1 F 100 Ford pick-up.
Ida. In
and for
fields installed; snail shell. Rea. within the reach of traveling ed our new officers for the com hat: cause lately Flagler pending County in the In 20 1 typewriter miscellaneous, Remington hand tools

sonable prices. Call George Ja. I parties. ." ing year. Our president! will be Florida.Circuit Court In Chancery of Flagler wherein County Cltl*, filing cabinet steel (4 draw

raZe ID 73410 8-141 Exuberant Spirits Buzzy McKnight. Ida Allen is sena Bank of Bunnell. a State ert desk "Steelmaater"adding

\ He sent out reconnaissance our new vice president. Margie Banking Albert Company.Schilling was was plaintiffand defend. 1 1 typewriter machine table

parties from the Alert anchored Blakely is our secretary and ant being Case No. 4121, I, the
CONSTIPATED; 1alnlnlr
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit has been filed against you and
To Sheridan and the Marilyn McNab is treasurer. Court In Flagler County you
Prune, Figs Henna near Cape our Florida are required to serve a copy of
8moo-theat. beat and ol.'tJJ Discovery, farther to the south. Our state convention was held will.lilt. on at Monday the north May front 25th door A. D.of said Complaintronlethe glalnotlfra

laxative.. MOODTS, hurry to PHARMACY One of the Alert parties led by last week, May 1.2, at the the: Flagler County Courthouse In attorney. Klnsey. Vincent ft Pyle"
lunntll.[ Flagler 48
County, South Peninsula Drive.
for generous FREE: SAMPLEor Commander H. Markham drag George Washington Hotel in during the regular I" : -florid& Beach. Florida and file the Daytona original
40 tablet for lie. Over 1,000.000 Jacksonville of sale, offer for and sell at Answer ?r. pleading In the office
ged a sledge In waist deep snowto so our spring will
old each year. public outcry to the highest and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Latitude 83 20 26 North start off in the right way for beet bider therefor for cash In Bunnell. Florida, on or before the
hand I In order to satisfy the said of June. 19(4.
t, before turning back on May 12, sure. final Decree of Foreclosure and tall, *J? ado 10. judlfment by default
JOHNSTON'SFLACLER 1876. Commander Markham de Allida Tucker, Reporter. Sale aforesaid the following described wVi be taken against you for the
; lying relief demanded In the said Com
BEACH REALTY CO. and being In p4Fi .ler'County, Florida plaint..
to-wit: This notice shall be
I published
a;7 LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Being a part of Tract I of Block once each week for four consecu
WATER FRONT FARMS MB" of Section 4. Township 1} live week In The Flagler Tribune.
:R. South Range SI ICast. according I DONE AND ORDERED at Bun
ACREAGE 24 HourWrecker .. to plat of Bunnell Development neil' J11/ County, .Florida this
t Service Company recorded In Plat Book 12th day of May. A. D. 19(4.
gee ua for TOW real estate needs 1 at Page 1 of the Public Recordlo..FIfcuftl.'C (SEAL) B. A. SMYTHE

Office Phone lIE 9-2242 of :: : ; Florida aa, and fol Clerk. of the Circuit CourtKINSEY .

Residence Phones ID "..3691or lows Beginning at the Quarter gVINCENTy&: PYLE
Section Comer on the West line 42 South Peninsula Drive
ID 73517: Flagler Truck & Tractor Co, of the said Section 4 and said" point Daytona Beach Florida
being I the Southwest corner othesaid Attorney for Plaintiff
Tract 0. aa a point of refer May 14-21-28 June 4-4tc
IN TIIH COUIIT OK TUB COUNTYJUUOK. MASSEY-FERGUSON ene and running thence North
ri.AHI.KH COUNTY, RT'lf East along the said Quarter
Industrial
Grove Fan Equipment
FLORIDA. IN IMIOIIATK.. Section line; a distance of ftll.O
In ...: Estate of feet: thence North a...' West a I alit Jlt.glrr iJ
EPA JlAUT WILKI 8. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 distance of alt..44 feet to the point | ribunrncxNDLr I
Deceased.T of beginning of this description: I
All Cr..fen ... h.... Owner Bunnell Florida thence continuing' North 244* West FLORIDA
llavl.e Claim .r q........ Agalas a distance of no." feet to the
Sale t etatel Southerly boundary of the (I footrightofway
"You and each of you are herebynoliSed of South Old Dixie
MRS M. B.
and required to present Highway: : thence 79or East FULLER Editor
any claim and demands which you, along the said Southerly rlghtolway
have boundary, a distance of 14.20
either of you may
7 or the etat* of Kdallart Wf1kln., feet, thence South 244' East, a Deelgasled OflcUl .Wlcat"
late of County CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. distant of 110 I feet: thence South
deceased.Alabama, to the County Judge o 8TMf West a distance of (... feet for rnkllc X...... of Flat:".

Fisher County, Florida at hie of- to the point of beginning of Duty. ...I limlltle.
thereto
flee In the court house Of .aiCounty H. CRAIG Funeral Director this description. Bearlna arereferred
at to the Magnetic, Meridian. sad the State ef rierUa
U calendar month.: from: the UrnsnollciiEach ;) JOHN CATO Associate with no variation offset, together
with all and singular the
demand ahtl ture. fixture. and appliance
claim or contained Entered aa second dash
bet In writing. and ahall atat the AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN In. on or about the buildIng matter
place LADY on the above described prop February 1. U13. at the postofflee
thee pond shall
add rest rot clainsnt, I I EQUIPPED erty. Including all addition. and
toe worn to b hi. CIAPEt.ATl"DDANT all replacement* made daring the at Banaell. Florida under act of
, attorney, and any such AMBULANCES life of this mortgage. March 3. 1878.
:r.i't.4 i not so filed shall Florida his 0th day
be yold.JoVOENE. County, of
I HART Phone ID 7-3532 May A.D. 1914.
Ae e *cutor* of the Lat Will E. A. 8MYTIIE. One year .__.,..|M

and Wilkins Testament deceased.of Kda hart 201 E. MOODY >BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA of Clerk lather of the County.Circuit Florida Court Six months -___._tl.tf

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( E TEN :THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 14
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-- can make a lumber box or an was advertised thus: "As a useful -
'fcONG. MATTHEWS Labor-Saving I :
ox sled has invented a wash. and elegant wedding present I IJ II

;.' %PEAKS! AGAINST Gadgets InventorIs Ing machine," a rural magazine it is par exoelence (sic)." k KINOS a p ou ,
complained, "and most of them In the days when window I
COMMISSION I require the of an ox to
power ,
fiGHTS Paid TributeThe screens were luxuries, flytraps 4
I
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from page 1) use them at all.
i were necessities. One popular

time to say to this great committee I unknown genius who Later washers suffered from I trap was a wooden box holdinga
that next year I believe' built a better flytrap has at last the prevailing weakness for unnecessary drum saturated with sweetened Q

I can save it a little money if received national recognition. I complication. "Thru water. A clockwise mechan 2
most of the 19th century theHachlne ism revolved the drum. Files t '
whetheror
it wants to check on I
An exhibit In/the I SmithsonianInstitution'
Inspired awe and wonder
not voters are being discriminated I perching on the moving roller. AR! dent
any of: "
Museum
new Mr. Watkins
against in my Eighth explained, were carried around to a blade I F.wmi
History and Technology honors "so that the
more conspicuously I
Congressional District in Florida. which knocked them into the I
t the Inventor of the Coercive Fly Intricate the workings of a con
water filled box. Rube
. For just a 5-cent postage stamp Catcher-as well as those un trivance Goldberg I
the better it was likely
We get that information.. I I would have loved It.
can tinkers who devised apple I
". '* sung to sell.
, "Mr. Gross. Mr. Chairman, parers, self-wringing mops, mechanical A self-wringing mop, however, i The Coercive Fly Catcher It consistedof was !
devilishly simple.
\ will the gentleman yield? churns, and other aids wag operated by a simple crank I I a cup of soapy water mounted 'I ,J

"Mr. Matthews. I yield to the for hard-working housewives. that drew the mop head betweentwo at the end of a long pole.

gentleman t from Iowa. Early In the 19th century, virtually I rollers. The manufacturer i iI I I I When the cup was placed over u1. fV
"Mr. Gross. I trust the gentle the only labor saving de. I claimed it rescued housewives I II an unwary insect resting on the '

man has read the hearings with vices in American homes were from the "unpleasantness of ceiling, the Inventor said, the ,

respect to requests for funds for spinning wheels and spice mills. I puttln the hands in hot and fly "tries to escape and in do-

the Civil Rights Commission "Yet families were large, houses dirty water .and the straining Ing so strikes the suds, is rendered -
wherein he will find they have big, and dppetltes hearty," saidC. and wrenching of wrists and helpless, and immediately
I 5S' attorneys over there. They Malcolm Watkins, curator of I arms." dies."

spent more than $100,000 on I cultural history at the Washington ,
travel in the last fiscal year, as museum. f Slaved Over Hot Stove !t I

I recall It. I think he will be "Servant Problem" Starts I In summers of the 19th century -I'I'I Subscribe to The Flogier Tribune
$150 A Year In Advance
surprised if he has not read the The ''housewife's perennial"help" a cook slaved over a hot .. _. ._
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hearings to note how few cases problem was aggravatedas wood-burning stove all day, but
they "have brought to a conclusion westward expansion and the Inventors 'eventually alleviatedher

out of the total number. widespread growth of new fac. lot A vircular for an early FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

"Mr. Matthews. I thank the tories absorbed lavor, the National gas stove promised relief from
gentleman for his contribution." Geographic Society says. "heated martyrdorm." AMBULANCE
f
The new water-and-steam pow. For those housewives who had j PHONE VAlley 1625

t I THE BOOK NOOK ,ered factories turned out to be to light cook stoves theze was SERVICE

I ""i, ',j' :the housewife's best friends. By Smith's Infallible Fire Kindler. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

I .0'.t LORNA DOONE I 1850, large-scale iron casting This gadget, in the words of one Never be hMtttmt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
By R. D. Blockmoore I permitted mass production of satisfied customer, "is easily at"'
are always with and
your service promptness safety
This Is a fiction 'book about i everything from eggbeaters to lighted with a match and blows

p, j Lorna Doone. washing machines. out as quick as the jerk of a ,experience-
S John Rldd and Lorna fall in More than 1,750 patents were sheep's tall." With
Equipped Oxygen *usittor and Inhalator
1 \ love when they are about'six.. i Issued for washing machines in A combination coal scuttle, ,

: The love lasted until they had I the 19th ,' century.\ 'The early and sieve; separated unburned' Garcia FuneralTJfcqje

grown to be eighteen. models often no more than cum. lumps of coal from ashes. It :

John Ridd's father is killed by bersome wringers, were less was guaranteed to pay for itself P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

Lorna's brothers but the two than successful. In\a; short"time, ,A four. LADY'' ASSISTANT '

just couldn't break up. "Almost every bungler who pall sieve on thet same principle .....,;,....."'.1'............J'.J'J'.J''J"J"....V.'V..........;..,
when the time came to get -- --

t married Lorna's supposed to be

I kill brother her, Carver because Doone he wanted, tried to to IT'S TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S'j

; 'marry her.
o John Rldd sets out' to kill ... ;. I Five different lines of cars-forty-

Carver Doone single handed. .r- ', five different models to' choose
,, : :=-
Interested in theendingfcome -
J \Jfyou are from. Come early and trade great!
and : d..J
to the library I ;; --= lJ
; 4read1this l lbook.I --l M. 'w__ :..., Now that spring's in full swing, you'll find
........ ,
: Chevrolets for
I think. you will enjoy It. -- new perfect, picking.,

'I I nl;"; Library Assistant, Luxury-First, there's the big Jet-smooth
.. Arnold Choate Chevrolet.Sumptuous and soft riding. Over
,) ,:. __ ;-S 700 sound stoppers throughout the car to
blot out noise. Interiors luxuriously done
I ., WILD GEESE ,,...-- up in the newest and softest vinyls.
Byi Martha Ostenso =, ,t' Trade what you're driving for one of
Martha Ostenso, who came to these, and you won't want to trade seats
America with anybody else on the road.
, I from Norway when she
I was a child, found pleasure in Spirit-Next, Chevelle. The beautifully
writing about the farmlands of in-between size car that combines small
her America. WILD car handling oomph with big car comfort.
1 adopted
--1 Eleven different models that you can
GEESE, her best hovel, is the } equip with Just about any extra-cost
story of a rural family's diad.t ----- option you can imagine. No place togo
plin under the dictator-11ke Ca. i this summer? Get a new Cnevelle-
\ leb. Caleb's wife, Amelia, and you'll think of something.
\ three of their children obey Ca. Economy-Chevy II-the car that
\ leb through their horrible fear a takes to inexpensive vacations natu
rally. It just and and where
,
I S goes goes
of him. Only one daughter ( it stops nobody knows. Eight modelsto
Judith, revolts. Complications a pick from, including wagons with
Amelia's life before her mar enough room to swallow up an eight-
loge to Caleb, Amelia's son's foot Christmas tree. (Plan ahead, we
love for the pretty teacher who always say.)

stays with Caleb's family, Ju Fun-Then there's Corvair. The fun
dlth's love affair against Ca.leb' one with the engine in the rear for
unbelievable traction. Spring mud
,
wishes, Amelia's unending
summer sand,winter snow-nothing
suffering, and a store of other I stops it.Corvette..
events-contribute to an action The enthusiast's car.
filled, heartwarming story witha Stinp Ray Sport Coupe and Con.
surprisingly happy ending. vertible. Still America's only true
Read It and enjoy it, too. sports cars. They do for your driv

By Library Assistant, _ _ ,. S "" lag what holidays do for kids.
Wilson w w. Performance-And with any new
Nancy ._ S
Chevrolet choose
you you can
pick from a wide range of standard
or extra-coet high performance
Thanks VotersMy engmes.
Either way, whether you've
thanks and appreciation got some place special to go
this summer or not, when
: all those who voted for f you trade for
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me in the May 5th Primary. one of Chev
I rolet's five
w. It Is pleasant to know one t great highway

J has so many friends in his performers -
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home area. Although we did -
you'll travel!
not win let's all work to- _

I gether for a better Flagler GREAT HIGHWAY rtnrunmcna-* "**>*ihown top to bottom Corvette sting RaT Corrair Uonxa S rier Chn7 n
county in the future and continue _THE. Non Super Sport Coupe.CbenUe) Super port.Chevrolet Imp& i gupa gport

to discharge our duties
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: as 0 good citizens. g.t ::5HALL.
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Sincerely, TUMUN CHEVROLET COMPANY
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raid 1'olltlt'al Adr
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