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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 21, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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VOLUME K2., NO.. 20 BUNNELL. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1964 S2.BO A YEAR :


Senior Class Trip METHODIST BIBLE (Summer Program, I' PROF. WEBER'S BHS Band Gets'Excellent'
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To World's Fair in SCHOOL DATES j(Summer, School STUDENTS WILL ,I

ARE SCHEDULED f I PRESENT MUSICAL Rating f fAt

New York CityThe June first At Bunnell !
through fifth has High Students of Prof. T. H. Weber State Contest t'
been set for the Methodist I ,
Bible
Bunnell High School The usual Summer Program will present a musical at the t !!
Class School Mrs. Becky Clegg saldv The Bunnell High School Band I ]
of 1964 completed their activities will include swimming First Baptist Church of Bunnellon I
final examinations on Friday today. The theme" tot the school basketball, Softball, shuf- Friday evening May 22nd returned from the State Contest !
May 15. Sunday, May 17 they will be "Jesus. leboard( arts and crafts, dramatics at 7:30.: In Tallahassee May 9 with one "
departed from Bunnell via All children who will be four small and Prof. Weber said he would of the top ratings ,given for Class 'i'
group
school bus for Jacksonville I years before January 1st, thru the music games have the assistance of Mrs. "C" bands. The final rating, was
where they began a week's trip I those finishing the sixth ,grade Manuel program.Gerald Clifford Me- I David Hllsenbeck and John A. I Excellent. v ,. ",. .
to New York and the World's I at school are Invited to attend Griff, Mrs. Laura Morris and Clegg as vocal soloists on the i Sixty eight students attended .'
Fair. I the school. Walter Morris will work with program. the contest and were accompanled ,
.
The Senior Trip is an annual ] Mrs. Clegg said the complete. the activities of the summer pro. Those pupils taking part are: by 15 chaperones: Mrs. Pearl "
event for Bunnell High School schedule and plans will be announced ,gram. Those Interested In the Cynthia Hlnson, Victoria Perritt I Blakeiy Mrs. Joyce Townsend ,a t\1'
Seniors which climaxes their later. I rAn program (beginner and Betty Stt'flik, Mary Ann Stefllk I Mrs. Margaret Taylor Mrs. Julia "i(
high school work. The trip was students) may contact ME,Mor juries I Clegg, Elizabeth Allen I Stanlsh Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sko-
financed by class dues over the Beth Materly, Karen Clegg, and lar, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleskl, i
years and by many fund-raising I I EditorialFOR ris.Mrs.. Inez Manuel will be in Frederick Fruits, Jr. Friends and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pache, Joe ;,
sales, plays, and activities I I .. charge of the remedial reading relatives are Invited to attend. I Seale, Rev. Howard Porter Rev.
OUR OWN GOOD LETS Tom Pinner Duke McDaniel and '
The group said boodbye to program, grades 210.
Bunnell at approximately 4:45 I II ELECT MAYOR IIAYDON BURNS Jack Hardln will teach the Bandmaster Walter Morris, Also
A.M. on Sunday morning, May GOVERNOR summer academic program for Church OfficersTo attending from Bunnell were: L
17, as they left Bunnell by I Mayor Haydon Burns Is the junior high school subjects Mrs. Freda Deen, Mrs. Rosely "
school bus bound for Jacksonville candidate In the Governor's race which will Include English, Be Installed Camerort,*'' Mra. Janetto Bertha,
as their first stop. At Jacksonville I who has shown his ability to Mathematics, and Science, .and Mrs. Kate Bankston.
they boarded an At. I provide leadership and sound ,grades 7.1;. The classes will be Sunday MorningRev. BonA >Parents Elect
Jantlc Coast Line train at 8:35I': :;: business policy In government. I II from 8 to 12 noon, Monday On Thursday evening, May 11,
for their first destination ofj';I Mayor Burns has 15 years of through Friday Howard Porter of'the the Band Parents Association
Richmond, Virginia. The group 'I I J successful public administration' Those students who want to I First Methodist Church of Bun elected officers for the following,
arrived at Richmond at 9:30 I I behind him as chief executive I Ilof make up one unit of work In nell said he would have an In. year. They are: ?. ?. .
P.M. Sunday evening and proceeded one of the Southeast's most ; grades 10-11 will contact John stallatlon of officers trustees President Mrs. Robert Cook; \
to the Jefferson Hotel to prosperous cities. He has been' Cannon, guidance counselor, and and official board members of vice president, Mrs. Bill Deen;
spend the night. On Monday elected to this office five times he will make arrangements for the church at the 11 o'clock service secretary, Mrs. Wynell Improta;
morning they enjoyed breakfastin I in the first primary by the people I II you to attend Seabreeze High Sunday morning, treasurer.. Mrs. Martin McDaniel.
Richmond and then boarded who know him best and who School or Mainland High Schoolin Stewards are Dean Holland, Announcement of committee
a special bus for Washington, I(I soundly endorse his proven' Daytona Beach. Dates are William Fryman, Walter Knight, chairmen were: uniforms, Mrs.
D. C. While there the group tooka leadership.We June 15 through July 24, from Mrs. A. B. Johnston, D. C. Johnston Margaret, Taylor, chaperones, t
comprehensive sight-seeing feel that for ,the best In. I 8 to 12 noon Monday through Leslie Tucker, Lucille Leslie Pache. Other committee +
trip which Included the Washington terest of Flagler County and the Friday. Walker, L. A. Yclvtngton, andJ. chairmen were to be announcedat
Monument, U.S. Capitol State of Florida we should each I W. Townsend. a later date.
Building, White House Lincoln go to the polls Tuesday and Trustees are Ray Carlt, The announced project for the
and Jefferson Memorials, ArUnl.j, Vote to help make the Jacksonville Hobo Party Draws George Clegg, Mrs. Edith Allen coming, year was 4th.*obtaining
ton Cemetery, Story the FJorida Story Mrs.. Lee Blakely--' lit Drady, of new uniforms1Jorf the band
t Buildttigs7r ndt'other? points l -of Between'how and"TTiesdiyw', 29'Seriior itiIer s M? B.;.F'ufl'c7' :"> '""ltoldln"'k"nd The ,present uniforms were orig,
Interest. each should make ourself a Lloyd Robertson. finally purchased In 1919.
The Hobo Party on the ocean
Monday afternoon the group committee of one to remind our I shore at Flagler Beach attracted Church Lay Leader Is Ray I
left Washington by bus friends and of the Mercer Church School
special neighbors 29 members of the Flagler ; Superinitendent . ,
for New York City where they IMPORTANCE of every qualified Senior Citizens Club and their F. Allen Reynolds; BaccalaureateService
arrived at about 7 P. lwL Monday voter exercising his American guests when they met at 6 P.M. President of W. S.C S., Mrs. Go-
evening was spent at Radio privilege of voting In free elec. don Buckles.
on Tuesday, May 19. May 24
City where the group enjoyed n tlons. URGE them to VOTE I The group enjoyed hot dogs Chairman on Membership and
good show at Radio( City Music Tuesday, May 25.Glaucoma I and hamburgers cooked over an Evangelism Mrs. Lee Blakely; At Baptist Church
Hall. The Rockettes are also open fire. One enterprising mem- Chairman Commission on Edt.
featured there In connection I beg> in true hobo fashion, cation, Mrs. George, Clegg; Baccalaureate services for the
with the show. Clinic I brought along a can for mulligan Chairman on Commission on Bunnell High, School Class of
On Tuesday, May 19 the stew, disdaining the fancy Minions Mrs. Walter Knight 19G1 will be held Sunday eve.
group boarded a subway and Unit To Be Here trappings of some of the others Chairman on Commission on nlng, May 24, at 8 P. M. In the
proceeded to the World's Fair In favor of a simple fire made Stewardship and Finance L. A. First Baptist Church in Bunnell.
where they enjoyed an exciting ,with sticks over which swung, Yelvington; Chairman pn Com The invocation will be offered
panorama of exhibits and shows On July 16thThe his steaming, stew can. The hobo mission on Christian Social by the Rev. Mr. Howard !'orter.'v
from around the globe. The fair Bunnell Lions Club and costumes in evidence were Concerns, Mrs. Cordell Robert pastor of the First Methodist
has exhibits from 75 countriesand eon Church of Bunnell, Mr. Porter '
original the
Flagler Post 115 of the American as wearers could
over 200 major Industries. Legion, are co-sponsoring a dream up with liberal use being Church Treasurer, H T. Cook; will also read the Scriptures and '
Wednesday, May 20, was also Glaucoma Detection Clinic hereon made of patches rope and Financial Secretary, L. H. Drady. pronounce the benediction. Tho j
spent at the Fair. July 16. outsize safety pins. baccalaureate address will be

This morning-- -- -at- -9:15- the A mobile unit from the halifax As previously reported the given by the host minister, the
group mi their hotel for theHudson I Hospital will be here all club will hold only one meetng Cora BucklesIs Rev. Thomas Pinner. '
River to enjoy a spec Ushers for the service will be )
day to give free examinations.The each month, on the first
tacular 35-mile yacht cruise around examination Is painlessand Tuesday, during June, July and Re-Elected LevI Brannem, Jr., Bruce Eber
Manhattan Island. On only takes a few minutes. August, when so many will be I hardlnger, Buzzy McKnlghi, and l
this trip they were to enjoy a All residents are urged to take I on vacatloa It will resume its Post CommanderMrs. Jack Wetherington., ,
view of New York Harbor, the the test Full information will regular first and third Tuesday The class of 19&i, consisting I
Statue of Liberty, the great skyline be given at a later date. evening meeting, dates beginning, Cora Buckles was reelected I of 43 members, represents the
of famous skyscrapers and In September. The June meet commander of The Am largest .class ever to graduate I
an unforgettable view of Man I WOMAN'S CLUB ing will be at Bulow State Park. mean Legion Post 115 at a pout from Bunnell High School. I
hattan Island. This will be a picnic for memo meeting, Monday night Mrs. Millie McCoy and Miss l !
This afternoon the group will TO OPEN THRIFT bers and ,guests, beginning at Elected to serve with her was Santa Bradley are the faculty f
enjoy a lectured motor bus tour 12 noon. Leonard Moody, first vice commander sponsors for the class. : \
of New York City, 'Including, SHOP SOONThe ; Walter Creel, second

Midtown, Greenwich Village, Flagler Woman's Club GRADUATION FORKINDERGARTEN vice commander; Walter Morris, I II Legion Auxiliary !
The Bowery. Chinatown and the will open a Thrift Shop for the I finance officer; Raymond Smith,
Battery. The activities will end purpose of selling slightly worn service officer; )L B. Fuller, historian Will Sell '
this afternoon for the group clothing I , hats, and shoes for ON WEDNESDAYThe Floyd Hurl, iargesnt-at- Poppies
when they will tour Rockefeller every member of the family.They Kindergarten Graduation arms, and Lout Nelson his assistant This
Center and take the world's also wilt have small will be held May 27 at 10 A.JL, SaturdayThe
fastest elevators to the Observation household Items. In the Bunnell High School Au. A. M.' McDaniel will continue American Legion Auxiliary
Roof of the RCA Building The shop will be located In dltorlum This will be a joint as adjutant and Rev. Howard I Unit 115 will cell poppies
There they will see New York the Alexander Lumber Company ,graduation for both klndergar, Porter as chaplain. The newly In Flagler County Saturday.Mrs. .
850 above the ground. building, across from the Flag- ten groups. elected officers will be Installed II Walter Morris I 11 Pappy
Tomorrow morning the group ler Beach Post Omce. They will Following the graduation ex In June. Chairman and will conduct the
will travel at 8:30 k M. to the be open each Friday from 12:30to erdfte a reception will be held Commander Buckles presented sale In Bunnell and Flagler,
United Nation Building where 4:30. The date d openingwill on the lawn In front of the kindergarten certificates for meritorious service :I Beach. She will be assisted by
they will enjoy an hour lectured be May 22. building and loyal cooperation to the i the fifth grade school students.
tour of the United Nations Headquarters Proceeds from sale will be All friends and relatives are following: The memorial poppy to made
Afterwards the group used for club project Members Invited to attend, It was stated Steve Cyzyckl, JL R Fuller, I. by disabled veterans In the Lake
will shop In the huge department said donations will be Victor Buckles Leonard Moody, ',City Hospital and are told to
stores In Herald Square. gratefully accepted and can be Ancient Palestine's port of At. John McCabe, Walter Morris' the Auxiliary. Proceeds of the
Friday afternoon the group brought to the shop anY'Friday. caJon shipped onions to markets RaymondSmlth. A. M. McDanl, 'I poppy sale will be used by the
will leave New York City by For pick up call Irs. IL G. of the Mediterranean and gaveus Jack Clegg Andrew Zalewsk Legion Auxiliary on iu child
(Continued on Page 12) Heydt at 4392186. the word "scaUton" and Rev. Howard Porter. welfare fund only.f"rL' .



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PAGE TWO FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, May 21, 1964

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COUNTY BJVTH' JUDICIAL TfaRCUIT OF ,
OF FLORIDA PROBATH. I : If.D e ,. _. I.If *%ORIDA-IW AMD''FOR' FLAG-
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i ANNA. ii1X':. It k Tr u.t" 2Ul atlon, "
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. NOTICE FILING! FIRST RB- ACIUCI lUU ,
PORT AND PETITION FOR ORDKR I Lot 26 bik 1 ..... ...... Martin, O. W. &: June 4.19JOIrN10 va.
OP DIATR1BUTIOW AND FOB> BEACH IVJI ANIMAL LAND INC. a Florida
ON TV'S .
REPAIRS DlflCH Altai. BMWITOB I Lot I b& I .__._...;._ natleh, n. U. &: Lois .. 1.42 corporation al. (
Notice I. hereby flfen that I Lot II k 1 Alien, L. H. &: Beverly 1.41 Defendants.
WASHERSDRYEa5 have flied my Report; Book 27 page--n--r.7'1 A .- NOTICE TO APpeAR
ttl IN THE NAME OF THE
Executor of the Estate book ao U ex- STATE,
JOHNS, Deceased; tbat I have flied cept book pate .. 118 40 10 11 J.SS Glas, T: n. state_ I '.61 OF FLORIDA TO: '
my Petition for Order of Distribution I ARTItIJALot' VIf 17 rl fo . ..ac.. 14'; 'I. Martin J.. Fits' .traid. Jr.KatonaK. .

and for Discharge of Executor 14 elk 4 ...._...__.. Q u. e.e s. La atories, New York
Can Collect 672-0377 ; and that on the IIth day of In" ..__J.-.._.......__ 2.61 YOU, MARTIN J. FITZGERALD
June 1884, I will apply to the The north 100' of lot 10 J*., ARK HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDNOTICE Honorable T. 1(. CountyJud&e Ie the 1!' of a Complaint 'te foreclose a
County westerlT
of Flagler Florida the north of lot certain mortgage on the following

I for approval of my.First Report If bik 10 1,00,....... _.... I 11 11 Griffin, J.F. A Beatrice <.01< described property Florida located, to wit In Flag
and for an Order of Distributionand Part ot Govt lot 2 book .. ''I let PARCEL :
for DUcharge a* Executor of p 124 .' II 11 II .HO Qreene, W. IC. Jr. 90.46 I: Being: a part of Sec-
sot tion 49 10
South
the Estate of ANNA JOHNS, Pe- 2,4 acres of lot i r'al.fd

.. Notice ,U hereby given made i that, purftuant sec- ceaLouis ,. 10 .........._........_._.__ 21 11 11. 2.SQ Varn, Claude O. a: Range 21 described: more particularly :
' to 'motion duly OSSINSKT, sn. Marf D.n, __ a.o1 as follow:
onded and carried, by the B&rd A* Executor of the Estate of HL''VER.Y REACH H '" Beginning at a concrete monu-
of County Commissioners of FlairleV ANNA JOHNS. Deceased.Osslnsky ment marking the Northeasterly -
County, Florida, at a special & Krol' Book at pace-111 __.,.; as 11 11 %.5 McKinnon, William P. corner of the said Section 40
Meeting of laid Board held on the 411 Main Street E. 4.:. Maude S. .. .. .. n.u ,Township 10 South. Range ij
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of May, X D. 1964in* Daytona Beach Florida COCIlAIf PLACE SUB East &* a point of reference
: each felec* Lot 16 blk 1 ... Tompkins, George )[. .. U.1'
JpSctSrl and Clerks of for the Estate ---- \ end running thence South 1957'-
tfon DUtrlct or Precinct In Flag May 14.21-28- ft June 4--(to Part of 844 of tract 4 45" But along the Easterly line
Florida were appointedand book 13il ...._... of the said Section 40, distance
ler County t. lga..7z\I\ n 8:11 rkekl : U a -
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voting or polling place for NOnCE OF !SALE Book .... 12 31 ... of 3372.35 feet to an intersection -
each BlecSon DUtricl Notice is-hereby given that un MOODY IUD I with the center line
Floridarpweredesignated Lots 1.10 blk 6 ......._ 8o"bee, Pratt
In Flagler County, der and pursuant to that certain 4.49 of ; thencecontinuing
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for the Second Primary Final Decree in Mortgage Foreclosure Lot U blk J4 Kruanow.kl, Helen om&tb: 19* 57' 45*
Election to be held on Tuesday, and Sale rendered on the Lots 15-11 blk 4i ..._ Parker, 'Pal &: ,Irma, .. .40 East along the said Easterly
the 26th day of May A. D. I1-1 fth day of May, A. T). 1964 by the Lots I to 21 Incl except .i' line, a distance of 25S809 feet
aid Board of County Commissioner Honorable Howell W Melton, one lots .IO.11.U blk FI.let Harbors. , Inc ..' U.1I to the point of beginning of
of Flagler County, Florida, hAV- of the Judicial That part of Sec. tJ this description; thence continu
Cfr f'ofhhtJtrelhFl
ing appointed the following namedpersons east of canal R/W ing South 19* 67' 45" East along -
a. Inspector* and Clerks ida, in and for Flagler County, In south ot Moody Blvd the said Easterly line, a
respectively and having designatedthe that cause lately pending In the west of l"lal'ler ..Avenue distance of 2640.68 feet'to an
following{ voting or polling Circuit Court of Flagler County, except part included Intersection with the Northerly -
places for said Election: Florida. In Chancery, wherein Cltl- 1n Rabbermonaddition boundary. of the 60 foot right
Preclaet We 1 ten Bank of Bunnell, a State .5T'iS except of-way of 16th Road; thence
Vote In the County Commissionere Banking' Company, was plaintiffand blks MoodySub South 71* 08' 15* West along
Room In Flagler County Court- Albert Schilling was defendant &: that part of the said Northerly right-of-way
Bunnell. Florida. being 4121, I. the blk 11 Fuqua Sub > boundary, a distance of 1239.02
Geneva Rodgers, Beatrice White er drtf"of the Circuit lying In Section 11 4: feet to 'an Intersection with the
Ethel numlll. Inspectors, PearlWood. Court In County, Florida, except easterly 160' Easterly boundary of the 100
Clerk. will, on Monday, May 25th A.: D. ot blks n-IO-It ' foot right-of-way of State Road
No. 3 1(64, at the north front door of Moody Sub ...._ ....._.. 11 11 11 .IU Flagler Harbors,, Inc i II..!! No. AlA; thence'North 1866'67
In Precinct the Flagler Beach Recreation the Flagler County Courthouse inBunnell. RADDERMAN ADDITION' J" "" 1 \ '. :- West along said Easterly right-

Vote Flagler Beach FlorMDorls Flagler County, Florida, Lots 1.I.t-l0 blk 1 .._ Flagler arbors, Jnc.... 2.n of-way boundary- a distance of
Center during the regular ant legal hours* Lots 1 to U foci blk 2 Flal'ler arbors.. , Ina 12.1'1 2640.0 feetl thence North 71-
Filkln. Kay Bwayte. Margaret of sale, offer for sale and sell at OCMAf! CITY IVD rt"' 'J . ;- : 03' 15* East a distance of

8. Aaron, Inspectors} Catherine public outcry to the highest and 1 Lot I blk D .. ....._. Krelll), Eva -._. 4..' 1192.2$ feet to the point of beginning -
clerk.Preelaei best bider therefor for rash In Lots 1.4 E4j of SE"L" '" of this description.
Wilson hand In' order to satisfy the said west 600' of E oNE l
W o. I Final Decree of Foreclosure and % except boot( 11 PARCEL II.: Being a part
ut1t
Vote In Community Hall.Florida.yeas Haw I Bale aforesaid, the following described page IU 'except Section 40, Township 10
Creek, Flagler County !, property situate, lying book II page 946 Atnept Range' It East and more par-
:
Kelfet'Naahla' J Trad, Doris and being In' Flagler. County. Flor book It' pa&e r '" ticularly described as follow:

C. Tucker, Inspectors; Teudy Bow- ida, to-witl _.............._._.... 11 12 11 :01 Flagler, Harbors. Ine. .. 4.72 Beginning 'at a' Concrete monu-
den Clerk. Being a part of Tract" 8 of Block ment marking 'the Northeaster
Preelaet If. I-A "B't- of Section 4 Township IS That part of E'" of of said Section 40.
Vote In Church Hall, Corona South, Range II last:, 'according NEW not .ubdyI4e4 Township 10 South Range si
Flagler County, Florida. to plat of Bunnell except the west 400' East as. a point of referenceand
Slovak. Mary Mytanln. development dc except book 47 running *
Antoinette Company, recorded In thence South 1967' -
Alice Lyslak, Inspector; Sophie 1 at Page. 1 of the Public Recordsof page 199 book n 45"' East, along- er- I
Section
$,mlbleleklr Clerk. Flagler d', and page !55' A except ly line of the said .0,
Preciaet ii.. .4. more particularly described a* follows book 6' page ZIO' a distance of 2372,25 feat to an

:s Vote In 8t,'.'Joh .' Park Commu : Beginning at the Quarter except page 243 O.K...,........ .t.4 11 11 81 .' I Flal'ler Harbors, Ina. USO. of intersection MalaCompra with the Road center thence line
Hall St. John Park, FlaglerCounty Section Crner on the West line ;
Ity .
Florida. of the sald'Seetlon 4 and said point n. book 4 page ..a1. 11 11 0.02 Flagler Harbors, Ina. ..95FUqUAY continuingSouth 191 67' 45*

Grace Kinney Joyce Bparkman. Seed the' Southwest corner of the Lot I blk'lUll' II __._._ Kre..I", Eva ____.. 4.49 East along the said Easterly
line a distance of 1460.22 feet
Inspector e.* Tract $. a* a point of reference
Aileened1tarClerk;' the ;
along said' Quarter .
I4ast. .
4 A 11
Preclaet era Lots 1 to U incl ex *
South 19 57 46
Vote In Masonic hall BunntU, feet Section; thence line; North a distance 846 West of 56S.O, a 11 blk II ...__ Kiosks, Oll'a- ..........._ 2.21 the said Easterly line East a along distance -

i Flagler Wells, Florida. Hard- 41st $ feet to the point MOILNINGSIDID ItlB I' of 1187.87 feet! thence
Amorotte Margaret of beginning of' this description; Lot SO blk I _._ I Warner, H. L. A Sarah 2.nLet South 73* 03' 15. West a distance -
Ing, Jtnnle t.- Green, inspector- ; thence-continuing North 1*''' Welt bllt 4 .... ,.._ Dickford''Ja.net'I.U of 11922f feet to an Intersection -
Nlaa '8pl"' ,, Clerk. I 'f"
-distance ot.-1.084: feet to the bile .. r' Blektord, Janet 1.13 with the Easterly bound
Preclaet I Southerly boundary of the 66 foot Lot >' blk 411 : lIu41ODr K. }i. A Reds, J.n ary of the 100 foot rightofwayof
In CommunityNis'
Vote allaEapan.: of the Old Dixie D !t' .Vd '"I',tWJ" I '""'V' .. .f State Road 'No' AlA thence
of.. Flagler County, TMabU r Lane fjlrht.oCway' South East i"Jt11 ....._.._.. ..: I Patrick, lien F If Caro- North '18*' 56" 67* West along
Maulse McKenney fro-os' ._ .
along the said J'n _ 1..0' aid Easterly right-of-way
Lula II.' Bradley, 'Inspvctori. ; Ac- way boundary a distance of 54.20- j3 & B dot f4 >tl G' boundary, a distance of 1187,61
ne. West Clerk. South 3 : a lA.t . een, J. W. A Mabel ..n thence North 71* 03*
Preclaet We. 5A"John.on'"Buildin. alstance rL g'f
'. A1A of 1000 feet; thence South ATLANTA EEACU "tlD a distance of'l .
Vote iniiihway
*1"'' West a distance +of 0.0 feel Lots 1I.n-1I.U-20 blk to the point ef beginning of thishereoditaments

Black Marlneland, Letitia Florida.Florsle lAO,.,.., to the poinof beginning .ol 4 ....;.........._..._.J.,,,;,...1 Flal'ler Corp Counter_.._ peveSopment' :....- 21.61 de.cr'p lon.
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his description. Bearing
Ittanche'An yiltchetl rkra.! ,Ct! r!, 'YCl\i'r\ : referred to the Magnetic Meridian are Lots u.u-n.tt blk 4 k )4urral'a', M. W.. ___ 4.U the tenements,
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By Order of the Board of CountyCommiulon.re with ho all Variation and singular otr.etl the tOIr.th.rwith furnlt- Lots 6 ?11......tl1rouJh.....:.......,. !!:-bik Flagler County Development th4fun! belonging.and appurtenances.

of Flagler County, and Corp. ..............:: ... 29.84 <
meeting fixtures I appliance'
Wun- con
Florida.'in epecia at I tamed I ': 14 4x8 display
counter
I.ot U.15.U-I'.U-24
in; about the build-
nell, Flagler County Florida, this ton the on or described U.U blk __ Murray, IL W. .. U.n 10 3x8 display counters.
Ith. day s. hiaUNT1lI P. >f64.OTIS Including above all prop.eriy and Lot I b11c 'I ...._.._.._. Bumf..rner, Radford I 2 2x6 glass display counter
\ made during .._...... ...... UI 1 2 x I glass display counter
Chairman of the Board of r.Ierfl.i r.m mortgage.* ; the Lots u.lI-n-u blk 11 Murray, 11. ._ 1 2x6 solid counter,
County CpmmlMloner* of !) at' unnell, : t Lots I' through 2Q blk 1 ticket booth.
Flagler count; Florid (". ... this 8th FUgler day of 11 ._........ :...... Flarler County Development R.C. Allen 4 total cash
T C OU.MISSIONERt6ltAL iountA 1Flotlyd6.. Corp ......-.--....... 6.46 re II.t .
AFFDOCDJH. , ll. MTTJrJII WA.lIltEIII ..PARK ESTATE 1 automatic ticket dispenser.
Bodtan
8MYTHH, Clerk J1io Clerk t.May Lot.'It-SO bl 'E 0..c . John. ..___ 1.00 2 1160' Jeeps CT 6.

Board* of of Flagler County County Commissioner Florid 14.21RoNOTICE ot ...ertCountyuFloride Wd cept4. bookpage: 6 1 6 trailer x 8 walk-In made by cooler National

May 21-Uu' _ 114 4: bock II page 1 1961 F 100 Ford 'i>lck*up.
-- -- book 6t 20 miscellaneous hand tool*.
. III A O.aate.book
1 ,. Remington.
.i'1' It }tiling
O page o. 1.' cabinet steel (4 draw-
book 6 page 20' blk A 1 11 11. UI. Jucaak.. , Jacob' I.U er)
1 desk
Notice I t. hereby that the following described lands will be TOWN 0" CORONA..._ Novak Walter 1 adding"Steelmaater"machine
given o'clock the tat day of June A. D. {elks n.U _____ 1.11DAL2Q
ubll6 auct 11 noon oa Colleetor IYagler 1 typewriter table.
A. BROWN, Tax County Florida
1944,mAlu at'the front door of the Ifnoo tin'v Courthouse In llunnell.old ,
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F1a111er County, wiArM*. to the due for taxes* herein set has been filed against you and
,' you
opo.lta the same together with aU best 01 such sale and advertising are required to serve a copy of
DA.m. 11. lJUOWN Tax Collector, Flagl.r County, Florida your Answer or pleading to the
D..ulp... II T R A. Tea.. Oets NOTICENotice J said Complaint on the plaintiff*

......ls...._.__ U 10 II 100 Carter J IL ...' .." 'U..10 *Sto/n.V'KlnMjrl Vincent A Pyle.
3* of N'WU, of 04 U 28 10 Rice, Leo'nardT".........; 4J1 ,a Daytona
Al r except Wtt.: U. hereby given that the following described lands or *o much Beach; Florida., and file'the originalof
bk'laa. ,, ...,.::_ }1 11 28 12.86 Ward. Jake P. 8.98 thereof a* will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes hereineet Answer or pleadlnt In the office
8WH qf\E ....._......... 12 89 40 Sacco Itnthony' Pierce opposite same, together with cost of such ale and advertising the Clerk of the Circuit Court
v J. E. ..... i. fl." will be sold at public auction onh.. 1st day of June 1964. at the Bunnell. Florida on or before the
of Blk 1 0. n. omcle of the City Tax Collector In the Community Center Building 18th day of June I9f4. If
Part } you
book 7 page 888 ...... 11 11 29 '.IT Wiser. Eva R. roo-- lOut beginning at 10:00 o'clock A.u.10: the City of Bunnell, Flagler fail to do so. Judgment by default

Tr 2 blck 1 -.........._ II 29 20 Stiller ..Berna; --. County Florida. will be taken against you for the

WH Tr 8 blk 6 _..... 21 I 121 I Eiartii: J, A 'Uuth Z..- 12.7. 4-5-t, 48 .._--.-......- ).Ict>ono h Co '.ts relief ,demanded In the said Complaint -
WU Tr 1 I 29 10 P. P. -J. lots '*'-t. blocs 48._--.. NeDenol'h Development Co 11.11.

,- IT. J01IW9 ADPiriQJT Lot 4667f-9. block 61 ...--.. McDono Development Co 10.11 once eacnotice tour published
(. Lot 0 blk 1 YAnK....... Stiller. 11. _........._ ;.11 Lot 1, block 69 ...-......-.-..--.--... Robert gJr. & Evelyn Parrish live week tn The for Fishier consecu
f Let I 1 Halaen. Arthur .__ '1l.ot _._ Tribune.
f blk 6 Steinbeck. John ..__. ..13SK 34, block 38 .. Robert .II $U70 farrl.b l.b0. DONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
tr 1 A, tr 1 hilt e 86 11 29 80 (* U ..._....- t.11 Loots 9 ft NW 110' of jot,block J1 .II P, Inc. r" IU. nell.12th day FlagUr of May County, A. D.Florida, this'
Book |1 page 8)4 blk 4 1 18BVB 29 1 Pfie"'it' A Virginia 3.00. Lot 34, block 91 ... Hattie Smith .. .... B. A. flMYTHE 1964
tiP NU lot 1-3. block 98 --- NeaUe 1Ie&J _"_
Let! niSTpN a'..,,..,!I..J..... >RUU... >b;. U, A Ruby 1.00UASLlCf SWH lot 11-12., block 93NEH ...-- Basel Emsauel__ 21.38Ellsa Clerk Flater of County the Circuit Court
Florida,
" block 93 Davis ...
lot 11-13. - -- KINSET &
Lot 20 _._._, Stewart Roosevelt ...... It... Lot 789. block 101 -. .- .. C. O. Jr .II Paulette Barris lUG 48 South, Peninsula VINCENT Drive PYLE
Lot 1920 .........._.,. Bailey Catherine -_,. '.10 Lot 6, block 119 :.--.- Charles A. A' Tommie Lou Dayton Reach Florida
Lot 10 .... Smith Jack A Lucille 21.42. 8trlcklanel ,. .....,....,.._ ".01 Attorney for Plaintiff
.__.. Thomaa learl !*>> --. 14.4* Lot 1101112. block 124. ---- Riley: King _____ May 142111: ft Juno
Loll 4 ._. .,, Adam. Qiarle* Willie 17.95. Lot'3? t --- .. .. .. -. Pam White 1.10 -4tc
'; Lot 27KNOX __ :...... Terraace. Tom _.i....:,. 17.95 Lot t, oc138 .... .... Georgia Grlabi__ I JSJ. -
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F JONR1: IFD NWH l(1t1 A all lot 4-8-78 .x
'I blk H <,.. Paver, flu h -.-. It." cept R'Y.U.. *. No 1. block lit Co Mall. Jr __ no.oo
Lot 6 bIll B -...............,.. .. ) Wilson, F. W. A Rosa. 21.41 NE 2 5 ft lot a NE 88 ft. of 8.11 l&br, 1.t1Ir SribnnrBTJITWRLL .
Lot 18 blk R Ttmer. Helen M. ,,....... 161 4. bloek a 41...... -" Flora haw I
Thomas Richard Jr. 8.24. Lot plod lU ___ Pinner j.
Lot 8 blk F -. t, _' ft Elisabeth Poun E0heater
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Lot i blk, P Butler, dames A Minnie, }1.03 - .-' ., 2 FLORIDA

TOWN BUWWELI.Lot Lot U, block l$S --....-.---.- ft Rosa Lee Thomas -
1' bra: 59A- Parrlsh. Robert A Ev8mlthT"HaJttle' ..rn--. 115
M.i
: ""____ 4.U .ot ij block lit --. Italian Esell _._.....,_ __ 22.00 ),(JUJ. JL B. rcUUER.: EditorD.elpat.N
}Lot 84 blk 91 It.U Lot except R/W u a No. 1.
Uta 16 blk 91 Wilson. &a c1cl. A Mellnda block 167 --J.-- Italian Esell .. .. -.-.,.._ ....
._...,. i MMin .. 'I.U Lot 1, part south ot road No. 100.
1.1 blk n Murray Y. 1.11 block 183 ___ Coy O. Harris _____-,...- '.21 OfleUIfer reblle.te.
r.olot blk Ill ... Strickland.' Charles A.A Part of lot 22. block 188 ..--. COT Q. Ham. Jr. __... $.8$ PMMle X...... ., Flag...
Tommy Lou :_ .., .- 84.21 Lot 847block ...--.-.... Ralph E. Hubert _____ 4 60
> easterly j4 IoU .i Lot f., frac. block I loa_.....-_ Unknown ,..? ,, 1.68. o.-t7. .....I..IItI.. el,;';'tia.
5ort . ..... ........ .._ llarrln
n-n blk 1* Jt.f.t. N.alle ,- IUI Lois 1-2. block 2<5 Coy O. ft PauUtte 10800
Iota 1.10.11.1 "bhe 116 ktnl' ltiiry ..--...- Lot 84. block 26$ __..._._ Coy a ft Paulette Harris 27.88 aa41 tM Blat *f Flertda
Tract 8-6. part N. Rd No 11. bk.
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, -US ]iwe I &t0.tR7Ne4: / It, block 11 li>i 80 Carl ft Charlotte Bratchtr 19.T6

tol blk y2 _... -.,._._. Childs. Jerry Pearl 2.11 Lot 3p 1, Uncle Ht. Sub. Jasper A Mary Andorran 16.CS Catered M eeeoad glass matterrebnary
.. blk UO Dunlap. Abraham. Lot .-1. block 1. Lincoln his Sub Jasper A Mary Anderson 5E4 .
\t h M.lvena .....-.-...:!! ua Lot 2-8. block 2, Lincoln lets Sub A Lucy Lonioa 8.72 6. ItlX. at the poetoffle

Lots 1118 blk 110 Miller V J. ...&1 Lot 7-I. block 4 Lincoln Ht Sub Willie Olde Baa Brown 6.80 at Bannell. Florida, uader act of

Lot| 10 blk 168 .._,,.._..- T oama, Oe.e A J\O- Lot 14. block 4, Buanell HemesltM
UI Sub -, Joseph ft Annie Underwood (..98WlllU Mart 1. 1876.

Lot i except RfW U.!!. Lot -It.. block 1.Carver Sub ...- C Brawn ._>-.-. ).88
No.1 bllr In Ktell.. ttalloaKennedy. .., 11.18 All railroad property owned by -
tot i hilt III .. ..... Mary 1T."$ I Florida East Coast Railway Co. One rear .. x32.60
IUk 2/T Dk 10'p R u. Smith. R.E. ft Dorothy La. within the corporate limit of the I
LINCOLN 1IT1 ItlB City of Bunnell -.12.421.0Collector I SIx BoaUk ._. .,,..8L25t

Lot I blk 1 .: I Anderson Dertha -...-.-Jasper--ft M7 NANCY C RODGER qty Tax City





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Thursday, May 21, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA AGE, THREE .
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his mother and father. with excitement and suspense. -
THEBQOKNOOKCJaTS x* -
This puts the worried teenagerInto If you want to read a good >*>- -
TO NOWHERE a line of reasoning concern- book, come! and cheek this. book v ./ 'l.
By Philip SL John .. Ing the continuing "explosions" out :-:-.!
too ckM>* to the truth to be Ignored Library Assistant, n
) Do you like science fiction? : That a highly skilled Robert Hoskins.
Here Is a story of mounting sus- scientific group had planned,
pense and tangled Intrigue that constructed, and was operatinga What To Look I
few science fiction yarns can space station that circled the
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matc earth In secret
For In Meat
This story takes place In the lie even suspected that his
year 1981 In Alamogordo, Mexico. i own mother and father had de (By Alma Warren)
.The story opens when young I serted the earth's laboratories Which is the better buy-a
Danny Cross receives a telegram for an extraterrestrial life. Read pork roast at 39 cents a poundor
from the Security Commission this book and erase all the concealed a round steak at 88 cents a
ordering him home from college. facts and questions you pound? " I
There has been strange things have on your mind. Very good To come up with the correct 1
happening since he has been reading for space-minded pea answer to this question, you
gone. Rockets have been blown ple. must take Into consideration the
up< people have been missing, Library Assistant, amount of,fat, gristle and bone and Danny's cousin, (Jet), has Harry Kuleski.CONTINENT you are paying for, home eco
disappeared from the. base, plus nomics specialists point out.
-- FOR SALE In the case of the round steak In Florida '
By Arthur Groom vs. the pork roast, the steak is .
SEE low In extra fat and has the
Dick Marshall,
When young
son of the Second Secretary at bone cut out. On the other hand after a swim beer is natural
a
"HINEIGHBOR" the American Embassy In Paris, bone and a lot of fat are foundin ,
and Pierre St. Just, son of a the pork roast.. '
French diplomat, stumble upona So you'll get the same amount > On a hot summer day t dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully
murdered British spy in a of protein and lean meat refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards 1
WITH lonely French villa, they find for each dollar you spend, no with friends is a hearty glass of beer.There's hardly another beverage ,
themselves hopelessly caught In I matter which of these two cuts around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer.
JIM WATSON the heart of a high political of meat you choose'to buy.A Camping,hiking,or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to
AND ONMAY,25 drama that Involved the lead. canny shopper knows that the right touch of extra good living,
Ing powers of the world. there is more involved in shop. Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder,that I
ping for meat than meets the we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy
This Is the throbbing tale of eye. Besides taking Into accountthe beer and ale if desire
is
SPECIAL GUEST we so just one,but an Important one,of
International Intrigue, a gripping part of the meat you will those personal freedoms I
story of the secret war discard after cooking-the bone,
Mr. TILLMAN1011iSOIL fought between spies and counterspies gristle and fat-consider the In Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxationUNITED '
In Napoleon's France, protein value you'll be getting @
STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION
,INCr.awssn
the Louisiana Pure. "
recedlng from the meat, also.
Maass rAaa
;rLAamA
chases In the thick of this desperately I -- - -- - !
FLAGLER COUNTYSoil fought conflict Dick and
Conservation Agent Pierre accidentally gain pos I
AT session of a letter which could ) '
plunge half the world Into war. h 11
8:45: A. M. Through three terrifying days
l I ON ruthless English spies and
French agents stalk the boys In
NWERFILCHANNEL their frantic flight to get the
document safely to the Amerl-
12 can Embassy In Paris. There Is
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i the crack of pistols, the clash i
NFtA-TV ,of swords, the violence of hand.
to-hand fights all skillfully
Jacksonville
woven Into a yarn that thunders

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VOTE FOR AND ELECT

MARY E. SMITHFOR



Supervisor of RegistrationFOR

FLAGLER COUNTY

FRIENDS:

Although I did not see everyone during the past two
weeks, so would you please let this.mean a visit into -
your home again.
Your vote and support will be greatly appreciatedon
May 26. '
Respectfully, 4/ti

MARY E. SMITHPaid Ht"1

Political Adv.FREE



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FOUR 'lm FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, May 21, 1964 I

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. thinking about you people I Building; an opportunity to shopIn sure that their class motto-"Not be at Ponce de Leon Springs again .
ButtneU tJtitfU back home, for It was you who the Herald Square departmentstores finished, Just begun"-will certainly this year. The Junolr high
School Newl made our trip possible. We ; and many other interesting prove fame for them. students will have their picnic
{ Look for more news from the on May 11. afed
, would like to take this opportunity activities. grades 9u on
Library Club News to extend our sincerest We anticipate some tired seniors seniors after they return from May22. Scholl bussed'will take
' There has been a lot of hustle thanks to everyone who contributed 'I I by the time they arrive backin I New York. the students to and from the

V' and bustle In the school library to helping us reach our (I, Bunnell on May 23. Nancy Wilson. Reporter. Springs.

i, lately. goal. Our many projects and I The seniors' graduation exercises -
, ;:' The library was closed for two activities this year have been a will be held in the school I I School Picnic 'i I Subscribe to The,ITCogier Tribune
',,';, days last week while Mrs. Can. real success, thanks to the en I. gymnasium on May 29. We are The annual school picnic will S2.SO A Tear In Advance

. I1':.j' non and her assistants took the thustastic cooperation and sup. --' .
, annual of books and port we received from our com
H 1 Inventory
NO. Official BallotRepublican INITIALS OF
i recorded their findings. By the munity.THE Primary .
r time the library was getting SENIORS. i ISSUING
back In order It was time for ? I Party OFFIOAL

the assistants to take their end. I. Teachers are certainly keepingthe I
of-the*year exams and say good seniors busy their last week Signature of ElectoI STUB NO. 1 '

bye to the departing seniors. |of school with last-minute asslgnments '
One day last week the Library and semester exams. / "
a '
, 1 Club held a* special meeting In Excitement will be the seniors'''
( I the library to present to Tommy i ifl password for the week begin. NO. Official Primary BallotRepublican INITIALS OF

i : Kahlert his framed certificate of ning at 5:30 A,M. May 17-the ISSUING, ,
:' completion! which he earned week of their New York World's Party. OFFICAL '

,;' I when he attended the summer Fair Trip. The trip to New York ::, ,'

library workshop at the Florida will Include an overnight stayin I; STUB NO. 2 ;:: .. : \..
State University. Refreshments 'Richmond, Va., a half day In '" ; '
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were served, and Mrs. Cannon Washington, D.c., and finally -, I': T ., n'. .r'k
reminded members that this was arrival" in New York City. | '

their last meeting together for Besides visiting the World's Official Primary Ballot '" "' ', : ) tl,

I the year. Fair, the seniors will enjoy ."t 'I',
Jack Wetherlngton, Reporter. Radio City Music Hall; a yacht Republican Party. r' : I, : .' 'f. :
cruise around Manhattan Is. ( '

Senior Class News I I land; a tour of Midtown, Green. May 26, 1964 : \ q '\

Although we are presently en. wick Village, The Bowery, China. .
' joying our wonderful trip to the I town, tie Battery Rockefeller FLAGLER COUNTY t'f.:;. tif7
;' New York World' Fair, we want Center and the RCA Biulding;
I to let you know that we are I' a tour of the United Nations PRECINCT NO.--. ' *,
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To Vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (((X) hit e
Y square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote;)EXCEPT
" FOR DELEGATES In which case you mark a cross (X) mark IN THE CIRCLE ONLY.
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OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL National Committeeman

PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT (Vote for one)

Place an (X) in the circle at the top of ILLJAM C. (BILL) CRAMER
the column of the group of delegates for ALBERT ROBERT B
whom you wish to vote.Candidates.
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National Committeewoman

WITH." NO PREFERENCE (Vote for one)

For President HELENE M. MORRIS 1

If;f w FRANCES c. SALMON R

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SOUTH OF THE BORDER WITH ELVIS-Ellis Presley goes to Mtx I .. ' ? Tl','
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lea for his latest musical* Tun In Acapulco" In Technicolor and DELEGATES-AT-LARGE .

opening Sunday at the Bunnell Theatx In the film Elvis" sings WILLIAM D. PAWLEY :' :i ': ,J .: Lt :, C.. .
his "Bossa Nora
tea new songs including new hit Baby.
Organizing Chairman

TASTY TREET WILLIAM D. PAWLEY It' \ -' p" ,' .:.. .,r. i ',' t ...' ? ::
BAR-B-Q I ; .
TOM FAIRFIELD BROWN I ::: "
G. HAROLD ALEXANDER < : f' . t,' \t:, t
Reopening Friday May 22 LaVERGNE c
BASIL M. J''I Q r ,
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I WILLIAM T. WAKEMAN ,
f BAR B Q SANDWICHES AND DINNERSRIBSCHICKENBEEFPORK MARY ELLEN YOUNG <", *> ,.:: :: ,t i 'i' I ',! r.: ,t ,

MAY L. HARWOOD f i,"" ") }J. ,t,;. I, /., \. I. ,\ "I'"'' ' ., T:
,THELMA T. FISCHER '. ( t' ( \ ,' ' , .
COLD BEER BY CAN OR PITCHER
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HELENE M. MORRIS ,' .
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THICK KOSHER CORNED BEEF SANDWICHESBOX .
JANET H. SHOWALTER ". '. "
LUNCHES 85c >. '1',,... I ; >i'+.i'j.; '
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Fresh Ground Hamburgers 15c and 35c DISTRICT DELEGATES \' ,I ,' :' ' IPAGII '.J ,
l THICK SHAKES 20c Eighth Congressional District ,"i 1 '''' /" ,r. f ;,

f Homemade Potato Salad, Pickles, Pies and GoodiesIn VICTOR E. HRUSKA r '
: J" M. ''' .' p-;
f, Our Delicatessen .,
JAYNE B. BUTTERWORTH ; ." . ,;?'}t '.. 1.
j TASTY TREET ,.-', 'i 1 "'1/ .....II .
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r: ; South AlA Flagler Beach-Open 11:00.9:00 Daily . ?
Preferring '' '' '
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WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER : ;/ .1
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HAD, YOUR Organizing Chairman ,,"' ,,"*. < .. .. .. "'11 '. '
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ANNUALCHECKUP WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER ;.,,' ;,P ,t.. ., . ':
? ROBERT H. ELROD ,* \
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EDGAR L. KIEFER t.,. /1., 'i r.I ,' '"
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ALBERT ROBERTa' A.f ..,.1 ..' i 'J' .

JAMES WEHRLE r '7",' (;1:.<
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OPAL A. SHELTON -
EVELYNE GREENE cI

I'MARQU1TA M. MAYTAG "W', ..

EMILY M. BOYLSTON .
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May 21 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBU IE. BUNNY; FLORIDA PAGE-FlYB
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I' : GJ.1 WSIFI.Et1AfJs f, L QUANTITY

'Jn this, tbt. Year of_ the Drag. WE GiVE S H E LYON'S RIGHTSTOP

f&Y\.l h1 bja wlK drifta thlnfc. ,....!' W'O RESERVED
i How bot to fti
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30 hp.p. $ electric Starter $300.6(1(
vas top, I You can do this by readingsome Saturday
Robert Read,2036 S. Central'Ave.I of the books on China that MAY 21, 22, 23

Flagler Beach. 521ltpFOR -I I II are at the Flagler Woman's Club ***
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SALE-Alstate scooter with I Library Edwin Dingle's "Across TELEPHONE 7- 201 103.5. Railroad St. 1
China on Foot" not only gives I
side car, $50.00 as is. Inquire
you a clear picture of China at Store"I
206 Stone St. 5-21-tl. "Your Friendly i Coop
the turn of the century in all \

FOR SALE-6 room house with its strangeness and ,mystery,.but u. s. CHOICE
I it also has a great deal i (o do CHUCK
garage, 2 porches, easy terms (Flavor Aged)
of China
with the philosophy
H. W. Zeller, corner East Moody
and Chapel, phone ID 73150.i As for their being civilized, we
: May 21-tf seem just out of the kindergarten

FOR SALE-2 5 x 12H rugs I MA by Many comparison.Splendored Thing"is

dnd 1-6 x 8 oval rug $15.00 I about the love between a TLhI 39
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each; 1-18-Inch electric fan Eurasian girl and an English
$8.00. Carmody, AlA and 2nd man. Their problems have as

Ave., Flagler Beach. 5-21-tf background dramatic, restless I It
Hong Kong. The author, Han :t
FOR SALE OR TRADE on Highway -
uyin, is an Eurasian and mostof
1, Allendale, 4 large rooms,
, tile bath, masonry, plus 4-room are the Pearl story Buck's is true. "The Then there Good U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Thriftway J

garage apt. Phone 4392140. Earth, Sons and A House Divided Lb.
! May 21-tf. ," also her "Pavilion of Chuck Steak 49 Wieners Ufc I 49 I

FOR SALE Two bedroom, living Women" and her autobiography,

room, bath, pantry, dinette, "My Several Worlds. I
kitchen, Florida room, neatly Alice Ekert-Rotholz's "The Thriftway (Sliced) World's Best Ground
furnished, near post office, Flag. Time of the Drag ns" Is'not onlya
ler Beach, Fla. Write Box 366 for fascinating story but also Lb.

-appointment.-. -- -_._- -- gives. and you Japanese Insight into characters.both Chinese . BACON }:i. 49 BEEF 39 J

FOR SALE-3 bedroom house

and adjoining lot, kitchen equipped While a few sharks lay eggs, Small Meaty U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)''

in ,oil panelled heater,living 2 blocks room, built from called most species"pups,"bear according living to young Ma., Lb. 49* Eerily Steak lt 59 1
Ribs
able.Beach Call and 4392345.post office, 5-21-2tp reason rineland. Spare

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odd lawns, painting,, take this means of expressing .
your aerials and Jobs etc. See Tiny Ted of sincere thanks and appreciation U. S. Choice: Club& -, Sirloin Rind Steak Ik.I 88*

Tasty.Treat, So. AlA, Flagler for the prayers, messages I
Beach. 521ltpW I visits, cards, thoughtful
acts, and flowers during
gifts
IVMM* Bte MviWWM MMMHWMM .flnMaWMMM* fmm*
WANTED-White woman to stay I my hospitalization before end SizeCOKES Florida Grade "A"Large
in home and help care for following surgery and recupe Reg. Size

stroke patient. If interested call ration at home. Each one meant " EDIUMTIDE
4373377. much to me and will long be '

EGGSCarton
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished remembered.J.
B. Matherly.
6 Pkr. I
2 bedroom duplex f9d La
apartment, carport and screened Z Boxes 39c .. Dozen
Call ID 73304. 1 I"
porch.
Plus Deposit
Dance to the Music of
April 16-tf

FOR SALE-14' plywood boat fl- THE Limit One Carton With Limit Two With Purchase Limit Two Dozen

ber glass bottom. Gator tilt-up RHYTHMROCKERS $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order Please

trailer, 18 horse Evinrude motor,
less than 15 hours service. All in AUTOCRAT
AT THE EVERFRESH WATERMELONS
perfect shape. W. E. Kudrna,
phone 4373247. 5.14.3tp BAMBOO COCKTAIL POUND
LOUNGE ICREAM
attic fan in
WANTED-large
FLAGLER BEACH I
good condition.. Call Mrs. George CAKE pints I
Jarosz, phone 4373410. 5.7.4tc Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. Z Zge
d H Each
WANTED IRONING to do at my I Eaci Zge "e
Limit 4 Pta. Please
home, reasonable. Pick up & de IN TIIM rmcriT counT, BVKNTII .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I* I
Phone ID 73669. COUNTY' ,
livery. AND roil KLAfiMCH .
10-24-4f KMtlllOA. CHAXCRItr NO. 4MM,
IMV. A
PETKU PAOXNIS,
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Plaintiff Delmonte Sale

fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable TOULA PAOANI!. *. -
prices. Call George Ja- Defendant i
NOTICR OP s SUIT
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tl TIt TOUT PAOANI8 OK FLORIDA TO: Golden SweetCORN FRUIT


To ron CONSTIPATED PItUN-nVAC contalnhtPrune. ? .:, Tou Peabody 10 Gardner are hereby Maaaachumti Street notified that a e6"' 39<<: COCKTAIL 990
Hgi tt Senna ,. world'I Cult baa been brought aralaat you
amo-o-the.t. beat and moat natural In the Circuit Court. Seventh Jo
laxative, hurrr to dlelal Circuit, In and for, FlatterCountjr
MOODTS PHARMACYfor In Chancery. by Peter Paanla Vfne Ripe TOMATO
I ( ae plaintiff.Tou
reneroua FREB SAMPLE or are hereby required to Mite
41 tablet for Tie. Over MOO.OOO lUrtnond.. Wlleon. Karl and
upon
old each year. I Plaintiffs whose TOMATOES n,230
Conway attorneys CATSUP 5 Dtl:99CEARLY
...,.....,... address Is.J01Do1 OrandvlewAvenue I
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I' u. Daytona ...
Heath, Florida. S20)0, a copy of
JOHNSTON'SFUcua your written defenses to the corn* ,.
In said suit on or before GARDEN
plaint
BEACH REALTY CO. the Slit day of June, JM4. The pur* I .
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, pose of said. suit Is to secure a I ll/ 303
divorce forever annulling the bonds PEAS 5 990 1
WATER FRONT. FARMS of matrimony exUttnc between Cn..
you end the pia Inti It. for
2
ACREAGE Garden 10
oz.
WITNESS nr band as Clerk and Winter
fee tu for goal state n *ds the seat of said Court la DunnelLFlatter
your
County, Florida, thle 1st Whole Kernel
Office Phone HE 9-2242 day of Hay, IMl. STRAWBERRIES 490 ,
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 ('Circuit. Court ""at) 303
sIt A. SMTTHBKMII. CORN S 990
or ID 7-3317 A. SMYTHIDday Cn..

tat-11.11-4ta I DAIRYpm.burr'

Delmont. Chunk Style
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE (Canned)

Th fire Uuaronc policies w. write still give the c. BISCUITS"* 90 TUNA 3 gas 9ge
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dpndobl protxtion. Bat today you eon otbra nojad]
Owati's foUqr-ot rwyUttl
dlUonal beDaUb-Horn
toytiagt I
extra COIL YOUR 'In Top Value' Stamps With Purchase of

Ram mbsr. B. T. Cock Agency Is rtodr to help TOG

tab adYCIDtoge of theM ntra 5O1ao1w T.laphoa. m..ml $5.00 or More Food Order

or stop In soon for fall dttallx., I HEIGHT .

H. T. COOK AGENCY 'C UPON VOID AFTER MAY 23, 19 4T'
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t .CHAIRMEN NAMED .. BANQUET FOR :
BT CLUB GARDEN CLUB _

'I''I't WOI1AN'S board met The Flagler Beach ,Garden i .#: .

I with Wednesday Mrs. ,.Frank the new Brede, president Club held its installation ban I !I WHERE YOU SAVE ON YOUR ENTJRE ORDER AS WELL AS THE SPECIALS

Committee chairmen for quet at the Daytona Beach Plaza WHERE PREVAILSPRICES
QUALITY
'. the new year were named. Theyare Hotel last week. Twenty-nine
members and guests were pres
, j : COOD. QUANTITY RIGHTS
Advisory board, Mrs. Harold ent.The ina THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
," Mrs. Reynold tables were arranged RESERVED"ITS .
chairman,
Massie,
MAY 21 22 23 1964
I White 'T' formation and covered ,
Hoover and Mrs. Jasper ;
!' ,auditor, Mrs. Charles Bondy; de. with gold cloth and napkins.
and yellow COOK OUT TIME"ALL
.vot6nal, Mrs. Clarence Shultz; Ferns and purple

\ ''f. music, Miss Emily Gage; parliamentarian tables verbena through decorated the the center two long and OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S. GOVERNMENT GRADE "CHOICE"
Mrs. Victor Buckles;
I by-laws, Mrs. E. P. Fleurle; yellow candles and beautiful BEEF NATURALLY AGED AND GUARANTEED TENDER.

: birthday calendar advertising, yellow glads and purple mums
\ Mrs. Breder birthday calendar graced the officers' table. Elsie BEEF SALE ARMOUR STAR VAC. PAC.
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and names, Mrs. Vernon Haines; White was in charge of the decoration
Library board, Miss Dorothy and arrangements Grade "A" e.temBeef'
1 Homans; club rentals, Mrs. R.I* Mrs. Ann Batten said grace CHUCK POT FRANKS1'49'PALM
preceding the dinner and Mrs.
McNab; sunshine, Mrs. May
Hendren; legislative, Mrs. Helen Marie Brede, vice president, was Lb.
Kruger; welfare, Mrs. Sam No- the installing officer for the new ROAST 39' RIVER SLICEDBACON
I' vick Red Cross home service, officers, who were .
Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. i ii Mrs. Sara Martel, president; I ll
Mrs. Peg Moody, first vice president ROUND BONEROAST
Vernon Haines; telephone, Mrs. 49
I t1; E. L. Stanton; wear.house, Mrs. ; Mrs. Florence Schwenk, u *
II. G. Heydt. second vice president; Mrs. Alice 49 i
'i' It was decided to hold a bake Clark, recording secretary; Mrs. I
I: sale Tuesday, May 26th, at the Juanita Strauser, corresponding Copeland's .
recreation center' and have a secretary, and Mrs. Jewel Duens- U. S. D. A. Choice Grade HOT OR MILD

1 booth July 4th near the pier Ing treasurer. CENTER CUT \
Mrs. Brede presented all the Uk.
t house. outgoing officers with a gift In' ** 59 S aura A OQC
i FB WSCS ENTERTAINS appreciation for their help and Steak Rill i
BUNNELL WSCS 'cooperation Mrs. Brede also received -
''I a gift from the club,
: A short business meeting pre. thanking her for taking over U. S. D. A. Choice Grade LYKE'S FULLY COOKED

ceded the luncheon when the the duties of the president for SIRLOIN A I
Flagler Beach Methodist Worn the past year. Lb.
PIC"ICSHERSHEY'S $189
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an's Society of Christian Service Each member introduced their STEAK 89* CSR

I,; entertained the Bunnell Society guests and each member also
last Thursday received a useful favor of a ball I
Mrs. Emily Bondy gave the : point pen. Mrs. Hannah Vogel
devotions and Mrs. Helen Krug. gave the closing prayer and FOLGER'S
er, presented a program on Mrs. Anita Hirst gave a short
"Women Around the World." reading. I SUGAR
Mrs. Reynold H. Hooover, COFFEE I
:I membership chairman, was assisted JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS
I by Miss Emily Gage, Mrs. ENJOY JUNCLE,BOAT RIDE

J Lovell Bemle in Wilson the membership and Mrs. recognition Keith. The Junior Girl I "Scouts of 1 Lb. 5 Lb. 39<;;

ceremony in which seven Troop 968 from Flagler Beach 48c
new members were welcomed enjoyed a Jungle Boat Ride on BagLimit
as having joined this past year. the Captain Frank Jungle Cruisein Can

Mrs. Keith with,Lovell, president, was Ormond cruise Beach was all last on.Saturday.The the To. 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
presented a past president'spin.
I moka River and very interest

Mrs. Fred Marks, secretary of ing.Junior YORK NEW S & H GREEN STAMP"IDEAIOOK" !'
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FREE FREE
supply work, asked membersand Scouts present were:
friends for clothing for the Carol Kikrkpatrick: Charlotte
Mother Hunt Orphanage in Daytona I Dodimead, Debby Johnson, Don.
Beach. Mrs. Bob Whitneyand na Whitney, Eula Lee Moody,
46 Oz.
Mrs. Bill Chlmpky were Linda Smith, Mary Ann Kurtz, DELMONTE SALE Stokely'sTomato
hostesses at the chicken salad Pamela McDaniel, Pamela Shee. PINEAPPLEJUICE
luncheon. ler, Sherrie Llndsey, Sharon $jTOOaroo F"
CATSUP 6 : 0z.
Dean, Stella Weaver, Sue Ellen 3 I00
WOMAN'S CLUB TO HAVE Seale and Vicky Perritt Fruit
BAKE SALE ON TUESDAYThe Parents present were Mrs. $<
Gerald Smith and Mrs. Robert COCKTAIL s 21'/ VAN CAMP
Flagler Woman's Club McDaniel, and :Mrs. Kenneth
will have a bake sale at the Whitney, scout leader, and Mrs. Chunk Style PORK For
recreation center next Tuesday, I Don Kaufman, assistant scout TUNACream 3 No. Va $100 4 1 00
May 26, from 9 Alit to noon. leader. Cans AND BEANS
Mrs. Helen Sindelar, newly Three Brownies also on hand Style
elected chairman of ways and were Connie McDaniel, Joyce CORNEarly 6 303 $100 Limit 4 Please
means, urges all the ladies to Whitney and Donna Kaufman. Cans Ever Fresh (ItBUNS Dog or Hamb.
have their baked goods at the Garden, '
center as close to 9 A.M. as Methodist Church visitors Sunday $ 00 f kg. ef
5303Cans 1
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possible. included Mr. and Mrs. RayIs SBKRSFRESH
IK case of rain the sale will at745.

be on the back porch of the Smalley, Mrs. John Springer FROZEN FOODS
PRODUCE
center. (wife of the late Bishop John

Springer), and Rev. and Mrs. 6 Oz. Sealdsweet YELLOW
METHODIST CHURCH Ernest Taylor. All of these a-
with local member, LEMON10e Ears
long one
Church school Is at 9:45: A.M. CORN 6
Mrs. Roger Hoose, were former 29'RED
and .
wornlng worship is at 110' missionaries to the Belgian Con Limit 6 Please
clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover,
minister. go. They enjoyed visiting with 6 Oz. Winter Garden
Mr. and Mrs. Noose and Rev. CHICKEN RIPE
May 31st will be Communion
Sunday and the church school and Mrs. Reynold Hoover Sun TURKEY For Tomatoes 1 Lb.
afternoon. PIES 2 arc
day 2
members will sing a special BEEF 29

song that day. I BAPTIST CHURCH .. Limit 4 Please UlflS.W .

\ board Also will on the 31st, the official \\ ..".WttWW' .....\' .V ...V***"...".........,...............-rJ\YN......."......J'..J'....NN-J
meet after church. Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M.
There will be no dinner on May and morning worship is at 11 o' 50 EFL EEC 50 50 EXTRA 5O5O EXTRA SOS
31st with the board meeting, clock with Rev. A. J. Stevens, FREE
but the dinner will be held as minister. Training Union Is at & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS
originally planned on June 7. 6:45 P.M. and evening worship
isa t 7:45. With this coupon and With this coupon and With this coupon and

COMMUNITY CHURCH Your purchase of Two Your purchase of $5.00 or Your purchase of

Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. Lt. Commander James A. Bab. ((2) Cut-up or Whole More Food One Whole
with classes for all ages. Mr. bitt visited here during the past Fryers OrderCoupon WatermelonCoupon
Howard Wlsehaupt will be guest wl"ekend1th his father, J. A. ExpiresSaturday Expires Coupon
speaker for the 11 o'clock worship Babbitt and Mr. and Mrs. Jud- Expires
hour this Sunday in the son Stryker, Jr., and Mr. and May 23, 1964 Saturday, May 23, 1964 Saturday, May 23, 1964
absence of Rev. E. W. Dickert. Mrs. Leonard Johnson.
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Grand Spring Savings Spree!

IDLEWOOD CLUB BOYCE ATKINSON ii
CELEBRATES WITHA Q
HOLDS ANNUAL
BIRTHDAY PARTY Turkey ,
MOTHERS' TEA Boyce Atkinson celebrated his :0 GIZZARDS 4 *. $100 E

The Idlewood Club's Annual fifth birthday anniversary Sat.
'''. ,Mothers' Tea was held Sunday urday with a birthday party at'' i OX TAILS 41 .. 'fOO '. j
: at the home of Mrs. M. B. Mc.i the home of his parents,Mr. and I 1O<< :
r i; Daniel, North Pine Street. Pour Mrs. Harry Atkinson, N. Palmetto HOG MAWS Sib.. 'f' ::1

M {Ing were Mrs. Tony Kahlert and St $< 00 .
,\- Mrs.. L. E. Wadsworth. Twenty of his friends and PIG TAILS 5 Ib*. 1 .i
': The tea table was overlaid playmates were present to help J t $ '
celebrate the occasion. Welners T : RIB TIPS 6 I00PIG
':\\I;, with a linen cutwork and lace: Ibs. -
cloth and centered with an ar were roasted and a birthday
.' rangement of white daisies in: cake and ice cream was servedto FEET 6 Ibs. $100 '

': a silver holder. White tapers I the',group. \ MULLETNECK
\ were held in tall silver candle I r 6 Ib,. $100 :
sticks. Silver tea and coffee McCORTMr. $< 00
CHRISTIE DIANNE ; BONES f :
''\ services were placed at each end and Mrs. George (Buck) \ 7 Ibs. J. j"
of the table.Arrangements.
,
the
McCort of Jacksonville are "
Swift's Sliced End -
of daisies were ( and Pieces)
parents of a six pound, 12 ounce
used in the living room, Florida daughter, born May 14 at the SMOKED BACON S ; 990
room, and on the patio. Each Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville. o

invited guest was presented with 1 I I She is the grand daughter of Armour Star SPICED y 1
a small orchid. Smithof
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
LUNCHEON Ib $419 j
Out of town guests included BunnelL U. S. D. A. Choice MEAT 3 Tin ... :
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'. the club's honorary member, kr
.. Mrs. Lucille Anderson of Or. Mrs. Lizzie SeDessle is visiting .

mond Beach, Mrs. Lizzie SeDes- here with Mr. and Mrs. CHUCK STEAK lb. 49 '4I ,
I sie of Panama City, and Mrs. Frank Mercer and Mr. and Mrs. I
Donald Gruver of Ormond O. F. Alford. Mrs. SeDessle, a I .
Beach. I former resident of Bunnell, now U. Si D. A. Choice (BONELESS) ',
Forty members and their I resides in Panama City.
guests called during the after. I SHOILIEROR Ib '
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noon. Mrs. Walter Knight returned RUMP i: .: 'a .
home Saturday from Tampa ::
TWO FIRST GRADES ENJOY where she spent several days
\' PICNIC THURSDAY -- with her ,sister, Mrs. Horace Lean Western y Small MeatySPARE \
The two first grades of Bun. Locke, who was a patient in a I'
nell School enjoyed a picnic and' hospital there. PORK STEAKS RIBS :

lawn party Thursday, May 14, ..
at the home of Junior and Imo. Ib lb.
!r;a gene Strickland at Favorita. The M.I.T. Sailing Team, of 49e 490
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Lawn enjoyed which Michael Parker is a mem
games were
:,. and a picnic lunch with hot ber, has won the New England Bush's Beat Chopped ,.. ,j
' will
\ sailing championship They
dogs were served to the group. COLLARD-TURNIP-MUSTARD DIXIE CRYSTAL
compete for the North American J
, They were accompanied by the
, .
";:i' ) first grade teachers, Mrs. Hazel Continent held in Vancouver Championship, British to Columbia be. GREENS -Ca 90 SUGAR
.,,'1' Holland and Miss Jerry;Vaughn,
" and several room mothers. in June. Kraft's "Salad Dressing"MIRACLE t

FRIENDLY CIRCLE Mrs. Bertie O'Brien of Jack WHIP. 490 5 Bag Ib. 380 ;'

sonville arrived here this weekto
'.:. MEETS TONIGHT CHURCH reside. She is located at the Red & White (Slices or Halves) 2a Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
AT THE
,' Bunnell N. BacherSt. For $
; Apartments
The Friendly Circle will meetat PEACHES 4 I
8 o'clock tonight (Thursday) She is the sister of Homer Joe Grain's Grade "A" Fresh Medium
at the church. Hostesses for the Brooks and she formerly residedin (Limit 4 Please) 3t D*. $-*oo
E G G S
evening will be Mrs. Madge Jacksonville. MEDIUM 3 J.

Johnston and Mrs. Lucille John FOLGERS'S (Reg. or Drip) Blue Bird Frozen 6 Ox. Can
Andy Yelvington was a business

ston.All members are urged to at. I visitor in Miami several COFFEE ORANGE JUICE 5Fw'I00Fanning'
days this week.
tend the meeting. 's BREAD & BUTTER

Mrs. Laurie Yelvington has Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Ilt 480 PICKLES V. 190
returned to her home here afteran were visiting in Jacksonville
HI C (Orange Grape Fruit Punch)
with the McCort families
extended visit with her son, Sunday Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Fruit "
Richard Yelvington. in Phoenix, and also to greet the new grand DRINKS 3"n 'I00
Arizona. daughter.

Large Crisp Head
Mr. and Mrs Bob Cook are Each FREE GARDEN TROWEL INSIDE!
PETERSON TEXACO spending this weekend in Fort LETTUCEFancy 1ge
SERVICE Lauderdale. Mr. Cook will be TIDEOKRA
. No. 1
ROAD SERVICE bowling in the State Tournament
He Is a member of the lb.
Light Mechanical Work 290
Giant4V-
Classic League of Daytona
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Phone 437.3CC 1 Bunnell .r
Beach. Tender SweetCORN
1 Ears Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS "::1
FRIDAY and SUNDAY andSATURDAY
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of '

, MONDAY (1) Frozen Pepperidge Vt GAL FOREMOST $5.00 or More Food
" Farm PARFAIT CAKE ICE MILK Order
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ADMISSION:

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OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227 ',, ,

. "UNDER NEW Phone 437-3681 8:00 -ItOO p.m. US. No. 1 BUNNELL
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Price Good May 21, 22, 23, 24, 1964






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I '- the University of Florida's Agricultural be much greater than the cost are the same In physical properties i and 35 per cent of its weigh
Margarine From Experiment Stations. of removing the seed.A they could be produced _
I ",.. He estimates that 10 million together,.The oU content 61 citrus Gabllc be lor.The Flog!.** Mb.a
'\' t arms Seed Oil of unsaturated Florida milling company, seed averages between 30 $150
highly A Year In Adranee.m
, 'citrus pounds oil could be squeezed out keeping one eye on the future, 1----- I .- '" ,. - s_ -t ..i.....:: _.:.._ ,
has already produced such an
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season's of citrus

of normal crop
oil in limited amounts. This
,I, SJ&fte morning ,bii may sit seed.
I company: has been utilizing CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
down to breakfast and spread I This pll could be the basis for grapefruit seed which is obtained ,
, @| ajrf| f11 yj1! ? toast commercial l margarine production from citrus sectlonizlng A. H. CRAIG Funeral Dlrectdt .
seed ,
from oiland
norida citrus as well as cooking oil. plants.
I you'll never know the difference I JOHN CAPO. AssociateAIR
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I that modern
the Kesterson believes a
from ordinary vegetable According to the chemist,
"t oil, i lrg rlne.industry. oil Would be extracted fromieeds I oil mill should be built ,to I LADY OXYGEN
:I ..A which could pro. that are contained In the take full advantage of available I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ." -..' .4i"' I EQUIPPED.
d citrus seeds. Such mill couldbe ATTENDANTPhone
j due such a. margarine Is posfttblejn pulp currently used In cattle a AMBULANCE
, j the near future for,Florida feed. But if the seeds were sep operated profitably\ within a
, Bays J. W. Kestersort, chemist gated from, the pulp before the reasonable period of time. ID 7-3532
j ;with {Citrus Experiment ,latter is processed, the value of I Since orange, grapefruit t. tangerlne 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL., FLOniDA
'I station at Lake Alfred, a unit of the citrus oil recovered would and other citrus seeds .", 'd. ,. . .or.. I,
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t i. Performer from Ford. Head for the hills . breeze to so y u'n find the Ideal model for your family . yotfr ..,;' 4, ':' :

t: ( the beach. . with that carefree feehngyou get from a financed Come In and fest-drive a Ford, Falcon or I, .... t ;

I solid Super Torque Ford, the smoothest, steadiest, Fairlane, a hardtop, convertible, wagon, or any vaca ,;

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Please accept this letter as my sincere request to serve you as County Commissioner, Flagler County. If elect' : $
ed I'shall work for the interest of all the people of Flagler County. , \r; .\

I shall work to promote industry in our county and shall work hand in hand with OUT agriculture interests. ,< :

I shall work to help create a recreational program for all people of the county, especially for our youth. , ,'\

" ; I shall work to see that taxes are more equally shared. \

I shall work for the improvement of streets in Bunnell and Flagler Beach through secondary road funds. THIS CAN
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, ., I ; I am OPPOSED to the construction of a road from Cody Corner on U. S. No. 11 to U. S. No. 1-a road which would
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,',",. This UNETHICAL, UNDERHANDED SCHEME WAS PULLED, quote "PULLED" on T. SHELTON BROOKS.

'f."f';, .' .... Those who saw fit to prepare and circulate this false letter, perpetrating it to be my own language, have done sot ,
',':,N,'.."... in desperation and hope, that by such LOW UNDERHANDED TACTICS THEY CAN SUCCEED IN HOOD.WINK.
ING the people of Flagler County in order to elect my opponent.
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But in direct contrast to this UNETHICAL, UNDERHANDED SCHEME, Shelton Brooks has not uttered a false
word, or written a false lino about my opponent and does not intend to do so. However, I want the people of Flag
ler County to know and understand the LENGTH TO WHICH ENTRENCHED POLITICIANS WILL CO TO DE-
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TRUE COPY OF THE ORIGINAL LETTER "
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P. 0. Box 917 .
Bunnell, Florida
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Please accept this letter as my sincere request to serve you as County Commissioner of Flagler County. Ji'-: : I 1
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I shall work to promote industry in our county and shall work hand In hand with OUR agriculture Interest ;.j y .

I shall work to help create a recreational program for all the people of the county, especially for our youth,(:,4 N,. .. \ :

I shall work to see that taxes are more equally shared.

., I shall work for the Improvement of streets in Bunnell and Flagler Beach' through secondary road funds. THIS CAa: :' I
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I am OPPOSED to the construction of a road from Cody Corner on U. S. No. 11 to U.S. No-, -a road which wduiilr '
put in jeopardy our secondary road monies for at least two years, and be of very little value to the peoplelof
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VOTE TO ELECT A MAN WHO WILL SERVE YOU UNBIASED AND FAIRLY. >
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 3

TAKE NOTICE OF THE ONE WORD IN THE SECOND PARAGRAPH OF THE FALSE LETTER WHICH WAS

CHANGED with the full Intention of discrediting my name and Intention "Note the word "our" wa changed to

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1 want to go on record now as a man who has always been vitally interested in all type of fanning in our County
whether it be Produce, Timber or Stock. I
For progress of all Flagler County I earnestly solicit your vote and support on May 26, 1961.T. ';

S SHELTON BROOKS

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PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT '
' Christmas Apron Governor _

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14.Drove ROBERT KING IIIGH I
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I COUNTY LYNDON B. JOHNSON

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rfr.M that wfll, mat yot look your taif.IU M. GOODRICH I ,' :
*ylt, It w./-wit.d to a \1.1" of fak.flci '. I I
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Manlvnat,et.,,",prints' wool challis, IMOGENE STRICKLAND Organizing Chairman ,
tool ,.,..,. No. Mil comic fa sits 14, M : \. I ' ' FARRIS BRYANT .
14, II, 20, 4i and ..... $//o 14 toki J% 'County Commissioner t' ;<} j .. ,
yard ., 44.,nch fabric/ or 2'/i Yards of42Inch. SPESSARD HOLLAND \ ( ,;*1
District No. 3 GEORGE A. SMATHERS 'r' ; ,.
N.edieworkafters No. ,... CM fmoApron. (Vote for one) TOM ADAMS / '
.An apron Is ono of tho mwf proc .,.
JAMES W. KYNES
Veal gifts to ,'". This/ one "li ,,",.It.d with .
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NATIONAl JUDY WEISSENBORN
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WORTHY OF I Eighth Congressional District

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'CONSIDERATIONDESERVING JOHN J. CREWS, JR i

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May 21, 1364 TU B FLAGkBR TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA i4P E EDEN
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Channel &4: W?JFE-TV. The of ETV outside the classroom. written l'et. When. on January ,( with the need for space-age
ETV Story ToldThe letters stand for "Mid-Florida Thousands of home viewers 4. WMFE:-TV Kits the air, it i I I education today, ETV can kpep
Educational TV." By the close write for lesson guides to follow will be only the beginning-not I 1 I teachers$' an Channel 24 story of educational of the 1963.64 chapter, the acceptance .. with) the broadcasts at the end. The new station, ad. and alert. So--although the last
television has been of ETV was both widespread home, and many private schools jacent to the Mid-Florida Technical : paragraph of Channe24'' *'story
written by many people-all of and far-reaching. More and Institutions such as the Institute In South Orlando, has not been compe.fed) ihe'outcome .
them dedicated, all of them determined than 85,200 pupils In 623 schools juvenile detention home, schoolsfor will serve a minimum ot 100,000 is certain. tyMFTy will J.
to bring to the MId. (2,689 classrooms) throughout physically and mentally pupils 'wjth an estimated 1,700 offer an outstanding service to
Florida area the educational advantages Central Florida learn every handicapped, etc., also use. theE Pf set in public) sschoo s. Thee 'homes and rschools and the
made possible throughthe school day with television. Over r\ programs.As i to tKe' counties for 13 pro ending off 'the dfa' wjjj Je a
medium of television.The 1,200 TV sets are are In class. for the final chapter of the I gr'ms: seventh-five cents: per i happy one.
preface to the story be- .
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Ford Foundation grant made -,..., ..- \-., 1
possible a survey of area ETV ,
needs. As a result. six counties' ,
banded together to form the legal I BURNS MEANS BUSINESS
non-profit corporation, "Flor- !
Ida Central East Coast Educational I "
TV, Inc." and the plan.
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began. i
The first chapter of the story I OHAmON
begins long before the develop. I
ment of,an ETV station and long
before the erection of a trans. <*
mitting tower. This chapter was j
written by commercial TV broadcasters .
in Mid-Florida who for
three years donated air time,
personnel, and studio facilities
every school day for education.
al use. During the 1961.62
,I school year, the' first ETV pro. BURNS1j
grams in conversational Span.
Ish began with 2 .QOQ pupils,
separated geographically, but
brought together in a "clasS. iJ
room of he air." GOVERNOR
:The chapter entitled "1962.63 .
School Year" was coauthoredby k
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ents, Boards of Public' Instruc

tion and, PTA legislature endorsed groups, who civic' educational enthusiastically leaders. J J B ST QUALIFI O ,


TV. Programming expandedfrom .I..' ,.MI fdhkei, Ad) i

the two Spanish TV classes = .
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and an American history [! : "
The number of counties financially I
supporting the ETV effort '
Increased from' six to nine, "Idaddy... . :
and the number of pup'Us'p j
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ticipatlng Jumped to 80,807. In '
that same year, the Florida 1 0
Legislature made ETV a legal
part of the state plan of education .
and application was
made to the Department of MILLION '
Health, Education, and Welfare _
for a matching grant to purchase L-
broadcast equipment The DOLLAR f ? _;,
matching grant was approved '
and the first check received dur RATE= ill Ii' '\ : '
ing the 1963.64 school year. The 1
building and' land for the station REDUCTION i= k
were made available by the
Orange County Board of Public f'-f r r
Insruction, and ground breaking _

ceremonies at festivities.the site were 1 f P&L rr
long awaited After
competitive on-camera auditions, CUSTOMERSOur
seven additional teachers 'were >
selected to join the five originalTV '
Instructors, forming a staff new electric
of highly qualified, talented, ftt rediTcllon now . .w'(th 1lam less electric
and skilled.! l Instructional l per. ... ....es"'T rcb(awbcJ' ........a. ,
sonnet: Additional. course offerings .
for Channel '24 f Include4 kitcbenlsuridry- AIR CONDITIONING :

art, music soda-) studies, read. )'OUJ'fftUreI.. otD, '.."'."....... .. .' I
ing, junior high science, current 'thinoum a
events, humanities, and kinder. combination ocottiiwlitU How refimhbf to step Into the cool, cool comfortS
garten. ETV financing for J963- f ,. 1 an tbctrkaUjr air condition, *! homer!A d.UjhtM
64 was based upon average *, yet -l dtby. kind: of"cool"nut*It M nice iotUt
dally attendance In the participating doet i to much for
counties: Brevard Flag tb:eaWzn ent c4'I no tlaaoa In muaratr wbca you. JoyIniUnt
ler, Indian River, Marion Qr* !node rri 1JT1n.! f:athir cootroL FltMant dy,eomfecULU"plihui
ange, Osceola Sumter, Seminole, .You llyt helot,ilwp bttUr,tel btttw.
and Volusla (25 cents pet p u. you bamt .b tuner and qufcter. Ucetu*duet sad
\ pVc for the five ETV programs). BoWiir, j locked. out. Th. air .. kept bit of
! Another dramatic moment In now moil ,fff I...h rw rents old and afldnr
\ the ETV' when the
story came
Yeu-rouDd m.-qcs.models perform \
douU*Job.;Ifc comfort-cool Jour home In nmooer
HASTINGS MATTRESS (. I ...warn it La wWfr.r .

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Can.rho,t.roul.z..frtt... eIctdc sic oondltifldng Ie &did :
aadpfoy: .. _.. .-.ImjiCdiy.Now I
I 710-12 Lemon St. tO. a ;
Palatka. Florida MlIGHISSIWI "sryoa" race .n o tJ.ctrio aft oondlUoabf ..prloM
Phone EA 5-9166 art lowur.ftto twrjppK
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Ftualho, UphoUUrtag .and models tars _'---t &.
lUpcdrws & Itefialshwl advantage ct the 14targr rp rq- your
Mattress & Box SpdAgs reduced tloctrfcntct t>.deals or air coodUIonlnf eoatnatce odulrt
Mod*to Onto Also Renovated . *a crta '1' .)'
Call Lava Monis 437)3 Nuer Iwpha IIa I t1

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L :uFluoride Program TO WORLD'S FAIR IN ST. THOMAS volume-the Soviet Union's Bay- verse," so called by South American .
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-contains more water than liberator Simon Bolivar I
'I a;Mere To Continue NEW YORK CITY CHURCH the cdmblned content of North lis 20.561.foot El Cchimborazo, ,

Ir! > '" The Topical Fluoride Program (Continued from page I) Confirmation will be at the America's Great Lakes. .peak in the.Ecuadorean Andes.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church at ,... .
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r I'h ,,'jet ''County Health Department ton, D.C. where the group will five o'clock this afternoon
r .'f>hector, Dr. J. R. Sayers and have supper. After the evening I (Thutday). I I have tried to see each and
I rfealth Department Consultant, meal the group will continueon I On Saturday, May 23, all j t everyone of you, but if I
I" ;,", r.1'' .' A. Reynolds, will againbe to Richmond, Virginia, where members are urged and Invited have missed anyone I hope .
I Initiated this summer. they will board the Atlantic to help in the painting of the I you will understand that my
t :': The original program began: Coast Line Streamliner for home. I church building.On time has been limited due to
in 1962 when Dr. H. Frank The group Is scheduled to arrive Sunday at 11:15 A. M. will my duties as Deputy Super.
;:"J' Young was the public health In Jacksonville on Saturday be Holy Communion at the visor of Registration.
I I dentist. This year we are continuing morning, May 23, and back In church with Rev. James Taylor,
:, that program which In. Bunnell by late morning or priest In charge Following the I sincerely hope my qualifications .
visions each child In the county' early afternoon of the same day. service at 12:30 Mr. and Mrs. ; warrant ,your consid.
receiving a yearly topical fluoride Adults who accompanied the." Farnsworth will be hosts at a eration and support on May
I application. group were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond church picnic at the Beachcomber 26.IMOGENE .
Programs such as this In oth I Tucker, Mrs. W. J. Harrington Motel at Flagler Beach.
\ er areas have proved successful Mrs. Louis Trad, Mr.
:./ In preventing dental disease by and Mrs. Eugene L. Hart Mrs.'eggy I STRICKLAND
up to 40 per cent. Moody, Mrs. Shelton Barber
Another benefit of this pro and Master Pat McCoy. Release Funds for Candidate For ', e"' *
'! gram is the prophylasls (clean Mrs. Millie McCoy and Miss SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
ing of the teeth) given each Sarlta Bradley, senior faculty Flagler State Park Paid< Political Adv.
child before the fluoride can be sponsors, were In charge of the 1 The- ]
Cabinet Budget Commls- ..
applied.The group. --
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at Tallahassee Wednesday
child will be presented I II --
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j released $32,000 to operate a new
I with a permission slip at school
owners of Woody Sim's Tours, .
state in do 24 HourWrecker
park Flagler County
which will be taken home. The
inc. of Ga. handled
Savannah ,
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nated to the state by.Mrs. OwenD.
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parent must fill out the perm1ssiorr the tour arrangements. .
slip then call the Health Young.
The 600 acre site provides 1000
Department for an appointment Trade In Colonial Virginia's"sweet.lcented" feet of beach front Just southof Truck & Tractor
preferably on a Thursday or tobacco grew so Marlneland. I'! Flagler Co,
Friday when the dental clinicIs profitable that settlers plantedIt
I open. All children in the In unpaved streets and mar. The late Owen D. Young spent MASSEY.FERGUSON
county are eligible, E. F. Sterba, ket places. considerable time at his estate Grove'- Farm Industrial Equipment
j D.D.S., Flagler County Dental south of Marlneland and the
Preceptor, said. tion and awards night. 600-acre site was donated for VIRGIL DECKER' Phone ID 7-3242
May 29, LAST DAY OF use as a state park In Mr, ., Owner, Bunnell, Florida
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1 Last Thursday morning Boy ,
CHEVROLET
Scout Troop 495 arrived very
early at the Flagler Beach Ele j
mentary School to raise their ,;
newly acquired'"Betsy Ross"
Flag. .
I A large crowd of children S makes all types of quality trucks \':.I* S
I viewed the. Flag raising cere :
mony, 'along with Principal W.
E. Fennell, Jr., teachers, Mrs. .
Daisy:;,..Moody, Mrs. Rosemary
Brown Mrs. Suzanne Bourne, I ,
Mrs. Ruth Somerfeldt, Scoutmaster
Leonard Johnson, Instt I''
tutlonal Representative Rev, E. .
Lester Stanton, and Committeemen 1
Rev. Reynold Hoover, Co B.
Hull and Lyman Gage.
Boy ,Scouts who participated I
were David Johnson, Eddie Dodl
mead Wayne Owens Kenny
Whitney, David Anderson, Steve r
Lewis, Grady Prather, Kenneth
Macewicz, and Gus Burns.
Later that day the sixth grade
student were honored with a
apecl graduation dinner. At.
tending the dinner with the stu
dents were W. E Fennell, Jr.,
principal and sixth grade teach.
er; Z. D. Holland, County Superintendent
; John Baggett, '
Bunnell /High principal, and I g : .
John Cannon, guidance counsel. I
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Friday, the 3rd, 4th, 5th and I S s's s s : : s a l
6th grades enjoyed their annual 1
picnic at Silver Lake. Needlessto .s M : s s s $ r 1i
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annual picnic. ,
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May 26, first grade will have i.,
annual picnic. CHEVROLET
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