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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 4, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00594
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VOLUME 52, NO. 22 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1964 $2.5O A YEAR f
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Lonnie Bratcher PELLICER CREEK I'Allida' Tucker CHARLES CREAL I Housing Project"j

Died at Home SPRING WORK DAYIS Wins in State RETIRES AS Workable Plan
THIS SATURDAY
FIRE CHIEFIn
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Here on FridayLonnie Saturday, June 6, will be the Essay Contest a letter to the city commission For Commission
Spring Work Day at the Pellicer Monday night Fire Chief I
B. Bratcher of Bunnell Creek Cemetery, Zack Holland Charles E. Creal asked that he The Bunnell City Commissionwas
at his home East said today. I informed in a I letter from
passed away be retired as chief of the de.
Moody Blvd., at 7:30 Friday evening All, those Interested are askedto partment as of July 1. Congressman Billy Matthewsthat
following several months bring their work tools and The commission tabled the' the Housing and Home Fin. 'if-
illness. He was 64 years of age. their lunch. I I matter until the June 15th meet. ance Agency in Washington
I Mr. Bratcher was born in II II ing, and to ask that Chief Creal has approved the working pro. t
, I I gram for the community devel I
Blackshear, Ga. and had lived help In selecting his successor.
here 44 years. He was retired Schedules Mr. Creal 1 has served on the opment.
from the postal earner service SRD fire department for the past 15 Approval of this program has
. to be obtained before
the
, of the Bunnell post office. He years and as chief about six Housing
Construction of Authority can make application
had served as custodian of the years.
" Bunnell School for 19 for the much needed ad
High
Old Road dltlon to the local I ".
Kings project. The
:. years. He also was custodian of ,
Authority can now take the necessary
the Flagler county courthouse Senior CitizensAt
about 15 years.Survivors Rebuilding a 45-mile segmentof steps to the area office

include his wife, Old Kings Road in Flagler I .. Bulow PicnicThere In addition.Atlanta for approval of the \
Mrs. Gertrude Bratcher, Bunnell; County was scheduled by the
seven: sons, Robert Carl and State Road Department to be I were 26 members and I The commission voted Monday .,
Charlie of Bunnell; Marvin and started June 3. ALUDA TUCKER guests present when the Flagler I night to Install a daily inven t.
James of Daytona Beach; Lon- District Five Road Board Member -, i i Allida Tucker, daughter of Mr. Senior Citizens Club met for a tory system on all city suppliesand
nle, Jr., of Titusvllie, and Glen. Max Brewer of Titusvillehsaid j l I and Mrs. Raymon F. Tucker of picnic at Bulow State Park on I property, and also to In.
dale of West Palm Beach; two I I the project extends from Bunnell, and a senior at Bun Tuesday, June 2. i stall a central purchasing system
brothers, Ira and Reppard of the Volusia county line north to nell High School, placed thirdin Following a potluck luncheon I with the city clerk in
Jacksonville; five sisters, Mrs. State Road 11. the state in the annual essay served in the field house the i charge.
Dicey Purvis and Mrs. Mary Etta 'I j Work: on the project includes contest sponsored by the Auxiliary group heard a short talk by The body also voted to change ';
Purvis of Alma, Ga. Mrs. Sara ;providing a two-laned roadway of the State Dept. of the. Norman I.. Davidson, adult con. 1 the name of Oak St. to Tucker
l Martin of Atlanta; Mrs. Madle I with 10-foot traffic lanes to be II Veterans of Foreign Wars. sultant for Flagler County for Street.
Stewart and Grace Stewart of I constructed over the existing Theme of the essay was "The the State Board of Health. He

Jacksonville. Also surviving are shell road.ZinkeSmith. Foreign Student in America, an pointed out some of the prob. SMALL CLAIMS .,:'
17 grandchildren.: I Inc., of Pompano 'Opportunity for Friendship." lems faced by senior citizens COURT SESSION
Funeral service was held from Beach has been awarded the Presentation of awards will be and outlined measures that needto
the first Baptist Church of Bun I'contract and will have 135 work. 'at the department convention in be taken to combat them. SET FOR JUNE 10
nell with the pastor, Rev. Thom I ing days to complete the project. Cocoa Beach June 13. At a This was the tint monthly Judge Leola Jones said the
as Pinner, and Rev. Paul Johnson luncheon in honor of the win meeting of the club's summer Small Claims Court will hold
:, of the Pentecostal Holiness I! ners at the Carriage House, Allida season schedule. The next meetIng tho next session June 10 at the
Church of Daytona Beach offl Routine I will receive a $35 cash which will also bo a picnicat Flagler County Courthouse.
dating. Burial was at the Espanola MeetingFor award and -a silver medal. Bulow State Park, will be Those cases that should have

, Cemetery. BoardThe Other winners were Kathy held July 7. been heard on May 27 will be
,if Active pallbears were Dale County I Keith, Winter Haven,first; Margaret held at the,June 10th session ... .
'" Brown,"George Moody, Jr., Jack Board of County Commissioners S. Thompson, Gainesville, REV. PORTER

Clegg, Ray Mercer, Alfred Tuck. I Monday morning found second, and Karen Ames, Area IN LAKELANDFOR Sen.
er, and Otis Hunter. Honorary i little other than routine business dia, honorable mention. Prices Calls on
bearers were Lee Blakely, Rod. to be disposed of. Miss Tucker won the local CONFERENCE

getS Turner, C. H. Cowart and I W. W. and Curtis Deen, Mike contest, sponsored by the VFW Rev Howard Porter, pastor of Agriculture To Act

Raymond Smith. Stefllk and George Allen came Auxiliary Post 5213, according the First Methodist Church of State Senator Ed Price, Jr., of
Craig Funeral Home of Bun. before the board to that to Mrs. Mary Smith, president
explain Bunnell left Tuesday for Lake .Bradcftton, called on Florida
nell was In charge of arrange. I I'farms along the highway in the : land where he will attend the agriculture "to pull up its socks,
menU. Bimlnl section would be damaged MRS. BRATCHER :Annual Coaletvncv of Florida strap on Its. armor and make
I I by building the proposed :Methodist Churches. Ho was ac. up its mind that Florida agriculture
,.,.j I highway from 100 to 305 as pro. PASSED AWAY ,IN I companled by Dr. Allen Reynolds is going to get top priority .
' Racetrack Tax posed. ALMA. GEORGIAMrs. who II the delegate.The In state appropriations
They said that many buildings -" conference will be held and not Just the "leftovers' In
Record Is Set deep wells, and, drainage B. M. Bratcber of Alma, In the Branscombe' Memorial Gainesville.
tiling would be in the right of Ga., mother of Ute late Lonnie Auditorium on the campus of Senator Price made the remarks
Flagler, and every other county way. The board agreed to ask Bratcher of Bunnell, passed a- Florida Southern College. at a banquet honoring
in Florida, has received the the State Road Department to away In the"'Alma Hospital FrIday more than 200 of the state's
largest amount on record from amend the plan so the proposed afternoon. Her passing was leading/ growers participating In
receipts of racetrack taxes. road would not affect these about tour hours prior to the SupermarketHas Operation DARE, the University
Last year the county received properties.Dr. death of her son here. ,of Florida's new program to Develop I
Davidson, mental health Funeral services were held at Agricultural Resources Ef
$206,800 from this source, but New
consultant with the State Boardof 3 o'clock Sunday ,afternoon and name, fectively.
for the present fiscal the
year Health and who has been burial followed at the family lot Price pointed out that agriculture .
amount is $21,000 over last, or Same Owners
a total of $220,000. working In Flagler and Volusia there. Is not taking an iggres* I'
I counties, explained to the board Mrs. Bratcher is survived by Melts Super Market, formerly slve enough lead in competing
The racing fund is split in his status of employment by the two sons and five daughters. 'known as Sheltons Super Market for tax dollars, and that consequently
Flagler county between the I state board, saying he Is scheduled opened up this week with the Industry .Is not get d:1
Board of County Commissionersand to retire this month becauseof BILLY DEEN IS ;a new name but with the same ting Its fair share of the tax
the Board of Public Instruc age, but would like for the STUDENT DAY 'owners and management dollar for the use of education.
tion. The first $50,000 goes to county commission to share in Dwayne D. Metts Is managerof si, research, and protective t
the school board. The next $50 a salary after his retirement so SPEAKER SUNDAYBilly the business. Metts, along agencies that serve all of Flor ;
000 to the commission and the he may continue the same work. Deen wilt speak at the with John A. Clegg and Margaret ida's agriculture. M
remainder is divided evenly. No action was taken. 11 o'clock service Sunday morning I M. Clegg, are owners of Price Mid that budgets are I
Last year an additional $48,* Raymond Smith county serve at the First Methodist I the business. They purchased being prepared and planning .to
000 was given to the school ice officer, came before the boardto Church of Bunnell. This the an I the business from O. C. Shelton going on now for the 19G3 set I
board to cover Its expenses for explain a meeting to be held nual Student Day at the local Jr., about two years ago, lion of the Florida Icblatun'I
the fiscal year.FLAGLER in Gainesville concerning civil church. and continued to use the same kill guarantee you I'I
defense and Invited board members Billy is in the graduate school name until this week when the the budgets are being preparedand
to attend. I at the University of Florida in! change was made.METHODIST. when the budget commis*
The board agreed to improvethe Gainesville working for his mas* Ion Is holding hearings, the
SHRINE
"Barney Trojan" road in the ten degree. BIBLE l legislature liaison represent,
CLUB MEETINGIS Korona Community, using the tlves-lobblsts to 'ou-of all
POSTPONEDThe 101I.cement process with secondary BEBE MOODY AND SCHOOL EXERCISES other Industries and Interestsare
funds. The State Road Department there "
with power Price
Flagler County Shrine agreed to the proposal.The SCOTT SHEFFIELD THIS FRIDAY NIGHT I continued. f

dub will not hold Its regular board wu notified that JOIN THE NAVYBebe Director Becky Clegs said today Price expressed deep concern
meeting this month but will John C. Rice has been appoint. there were CO children over' the lack of equity in ap
meet with the Divan from Mor- ed a member of the Housing Moody and Scott Shef rolled In the Bible School m'l propriations for salaries, opera.
rocco Temple In a Joint meeting authority here In BunnelL field left Wednesday morning (Week There are also 17 lion, and capital outlay for oth'J
June 26. I for Jacksonville where they will 1 | ers for the morning sessions., |er facets of the State university
take the physical examinationto The closing program will be j system compared to the need
The meeting will be a Joint The Atlantic Missile Range join the U. S. Navy. I at the church Friday night at I|of agriculture.
session In Palatka with the Pa- I complex telling the story of They expect to go to the Great 7-30.: Children will be given
laths and St. Augustine clubs space exploration from Cape Lakes Naval Training Schoolfor certificates at this time. Refreshments I The world's highest known
Cards will be mailed u soon u Kennedy will be a part of the their basic training They will be served following clouds ?
i sweep across the
all details have been worked Florida State Exhibit at the New)graduated from Bunnell High the program. Parents and friends I the Geographic Arctic
out John C. Rice said today. I I York World's Fair In 196I-t73. School last Friday. are Invited ot attend. I :01..1 Society

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 4, 1964

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Is the of one 1 1 struggle tie over eight dollars and a team in TUB oujrrv ,JUDOK" COURT IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. SEV.
THE BOOK NOOKWE story )1'8 IN ANI> FOR 'LAJLIGR COUNTY HJVTI1 JUDICIAL GIIICUIT OF
to escape from the German of work horses. This tells about KltOIliqA, IN PHOIIATM FL.OR5DA. IN AND FOIL FLAG.
CAME! NU. 669 LKll COUNTY IN CIIANCKltY
DIE ALONE Army in Sweden. the trials and hardships he has NO. 4K61
IN FtS: CORI3eETT TUfB LJLMAR fh&...,
By David HowarthWe to face in his early life. \\". SULLIVdeceased. COMPANY, a MIOfl
corporation -
His story is one of the most Assistant ,
Die Alone Is one of the Library NOTICE: TO CIIKDITOHS
i I of
to out Plaintiff
thrilling ever come John Baggett All creditors of the estate of W.CORNETT -

I most interesting war stories. It World War II. I recommend this SULLIVAN deceased requiredto ANIMAL LAND vs., INC., a Florida

.1 I book to everyone who likes war are file hereby any notified claims and or demand corporation et al.

I or escape stories. !Subscribe for The FlogUtr tribune which they may have against said I I NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendants.
of the
CLASSIFIEDADS i I estate In the office county I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
I S2.S0 A Year In Advance : fudge of Flagler County Florida Florida OF FLORIDA: TO:

I I In ,the within courthouse six calendar at Bunnell month- I Martin Katonah J. Fitzgerald Jr.
New
THE SILVER CHALICEBy STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF from the date nOoftlc'.e rllst pub- YOU MARTIN York J. FITZGERALD.

Thomas B. Certain FLORIDA TAH.AJIASSKK! llcation demand of this must be In writing claimor and JR.. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that
TO the place of residenceand a Complaint to foreclose a
NOTICE OF INTENTION mutt state certain
The Silver Chalice by Thomas I)K .
Ltstlac ..* fate ... S eats pep "'..* stack ....,....* B. Costain is an exciting and AOCKdl"' HIGHWAY claimant and must be sworn to by ler County, Florida, to-wlt:
TO the claimant, his agent or his attorney -
n teat la salalsaasa eaaro*. ALL WHOM CONCERN PARCEL* I: Being a part of Sec
IT MAY : or It will become void according -
I inspirational biblical story about tion
40
FOR SALE 3 lots 75 100 each Township 10 South
-- X That In order to provide for the to law. h
septic tank and well anda I I the Cup used by Christ at heavy traffic, the preservation of May 29th. 1964. Range described East, and more particularly -
pump of as follows:
public safety, the promotion
the Last Supper with His Disciples. /8HELEN B. SULLIVAN Beginning at a concrete monu-
14 x 12 storhouse. Robert Rum. the general welfare and the Improvement Sullivan ment marking the Northeaster

111. Phone 4392442. 6.4-ltc transportation and facilities development upon and of I Executrix of the estate of ly corner of the said Section 40.

- --- -- _Its_ _flrtlonal n______ _hero____ _Is_ _Basil_____ of__ along that portion of Section _7S001 deceased.W. COKBETT SULLIVAN Township 10 South, Range 31

FOR SALE-1956 Ford H-ton Antioch, a young and skilled County of State extending Road 9 (1-15)from: In Flagier First publication date: June 4, East running as a thence point South of referenceand 1987'-

truck, $300.00.. Coy G. Harris artisan, purchased from slaveryto State Road 9 (I-.S), extending 1964.June 4-11-18.25-4tc. 45* East, along the Easterly line
from the South line of Section 36, of the said Section 40, a dis
Phone 437-3367. 6-4-tfc create a decorative casing for Township 10 South, Range SO East 1w TIIK CIRCUIT COUnT, SEVENTH tance of 2S72.S5 feet to an Intersection
with the center line
Northwesterly to St. Johns County
the Chalice. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
precious Line, as the same appears on map of MalaCompra Road; thence
FOR RENT 1 bedroom
apartment FLORIDA, IN AND FOR KI.AGLKH
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continuing South 19 57'
Throughout the barbarically of survey and location thereof approved 45"
COl'NTY IN CIIANCKKY. NO. 4i61
$40.00 a month. Contact and adopted by this DementnoftFloridathas East, along the salu Easterly >
THE LAMAR LIFE INSURANCE
colorful capitals of the ancient Road Depart line a distance of 2588.09 feet
Coy G. Harris, phone. 4373367. world the of'' by resolutionat COMPANY, a Mississippi to the point of beginning of ,
braving perils corporation,
this description thence continuing
6.4-tfc i Its meeting May U, 1984 designated Plaintiff ; :
Christian persecution, the socery and established said portionof South 19* 67' 45" East a- i
said State a limited' long the said Easterly line a
WANTED Old issues of furniture, of the infamous Simon, the Ma access facility as 0ft:4 and provided ANIMAL LAND, INC. a Florida distance of 2(40.68 feet to an

lamps, dolls, guns, Jewelery, and gidan, and even the ire of Roman lJ'Hwn.. PHILLIPS, corporation et al, Defendants Intersection boundary of with the 60 the foot Northerly right--

clocks. Mable Wettstain, 1640 Emperor Nero, Basil pursues Chairman. NOTICE TO APPEAR of-way of 16th Road; thence
June 4-Itc IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF South 71' OS' 15" West along
Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, his project, diverted only FLORIDATO the said Northerly right-of-way

4392140. by the charms of two beautiful STATIC ROAD DEPARTMENT OF : ANIMAL LAND, INC.. U. S. boundary a distance of 123903
phone 6.4.ttcI FL.OUIUA. TALLAHASSKK Highway AlA feet to an intersection with the
I I women, one good and one evil.I I Ormond Beach FlorIda Easterly boundary of the 100
sets NOTICE OF INTENTION TO foot right-of-way of State Road
FOR SALE-2 The Silver Chalice is a storyof JFII! 10 I'f ATE AND EIITA! f.IUI! Hi8M. ANIMAL LAND that INC.. ARE No. AIA; thence North 1866'57
all electric, sink and small re MIHITKU ACC'KM! IIIGIiWAY 3 NOTIFIED a Complaint West along said Easterly right-
spectacular beauty, power, to foreclose a certain mortgage
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO of-way boundary, a of
frlgerator, apartment size stove, and spiritual insight, one to be ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: on the following described 2640.0 feet; thence :::tcTl*- !
$100.00 set. Fred A. Fruits That In order to provide for the property located In Flagler County, 03' 11\\" East a distance of
per
read and reread over the years, heavy traffic, the preservation of Florida towlt.PARCEL : 1192.18 feet to the bolnt of be.
4373425. 6.4.1tp Library Assistant public safety, the promotion of the I: Being a part of Section ginning of this description. --
; general welfare and the Improve 40, Township 10 South RangeII I
Ida Allen. ment and development of transportation East and more particularly described PARCEL II: Being a part of
MOVING AWAT 3 bedroom facilities upon and R Ionic as follows; Beginning1 ata Section 40, Township 10 South,
house and adjoining lot, $9,500. that portion of Section 71001 of concrete monument marking the Range SI East and more particularly f
State Road > (I-98) In Flagler Northeasterly corner of the said described as follows: '
Small down payment, $50 per THE GRIM REAPERS County extending from: r Township I 10 South Beginning at a concrete monu
State Road 9 (I-9S). extending oenn.O East, as a point of reference ; ment marking the Northeaster ;
month. 209 Daytona St. Flagler (By Stanley Johnston) from the South line of Section 4, and running thence South !ly corner: of said Section 40. \
Beach. Call 439.2345 or 439-2073. Township II South, Range SI East 19' 5?' 46* East, along the Easter Township 10 South, Range 81
Northwesterly to the North Llneof East as a point of reference
ly line of the said Section 40. a .
6.4.2tp This is the story of The Grim Section 1, Township 11 South distance of 2372.35 feet to an InterJection and running thence South 19- ,

Reapers a topnotch group fight Range SO East as the same appears with. the center line of 57' 45* East, :fctt Easterly
m on map of location MalaCompra Road; thence continuing line of the Section 40,
FOR SALE-2 house, er pilots during World I. The thereof r: :dent adopted South 19* 87 45* East, along a distance of 2372.35 feet to an
centrally located, low' priced for by this Department the State the said Easterly line a distanceof Intersection with the center line
leader of the group was Lieutenant Itoad Department: of Florida has 2SS8.09 feet to the point of beginning of MalaCompra Road; thence

prompt occupany, phone 437 James H. Flatley, a strong. by resolution at Its meeting of of this description; thencecontinuing continuing South 19* 67' 45* d
3285. May 28, 1964 designated and established South 19* 57' 4" East, East along the said Easterly
6-4-tfc willed man well liked by the said portion of said State along the said Easterly line, a line a distance of 1450.22 feet
road as a limited access facility distance of 2640.6 feet to an Intersection to the point of beginning of this
FOR SALE Good Used Magic other members of the Reapers. as defined and provided by law with the Northerly description; thence continuing
Throughout this book JOHN R. PHILLIPS boundary of the (0 foot right-of- South 19117' 45* East along
Chef $Kitchen Range, gas, four. you Chalman. way of 18th Road; thence South the said Easterly line a distance

bUrner, large oven and storage witness the actual fighting from June 4-lto J.l- OS' IS* East; along the .said South 73 of' 1187.87 03' 15* feet West: a thence distance
Northerly ,
rignt-or-way oounaary
comp. Phone 4392088. 64ltcFOR the cockpits of the fighter planesof a distance of 1S39.0S feet to an of 1192.28 feet to an Intersection -
the Reapers whose actUal Intersection with the Easterly with the Easterly boundary -
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boundary of the 100 foot right-of- of Road foot rightofwayof
RENT-2 room apartmentwith name was Fighter Squadron : way of State Road No. AlA; thence State No. AlA; thence
North 18' 66' 57" West along said North 18* 66" 67* West along
private entrance, bath and VF-10. The group was formed fore 11:00 o'clock noon on the 15th Easterly right-of-way boundary. a said Easterly rightof way

screened ,,porch, 304 East Moody of both seasoned pilots and raw day of June'l.t.'IDte 1964. for approximately distance of 2(400 feet; thence boundary, a distance of* 1137.61*
of 72" n. North 71* 03' 15* East a distanceof feet: thence North 71 OS' 03
Blvd. 5-28-3tc recruits just out of pilot trainIng chain link Industrial fence two 1192.28 feet to the point of beginning East a distance of 1172.0 feet
-_. unknowingly I 14 ft. double drive-in gates and of this description to the point of beginning of this
DUE TO DIVORCE we have a repossessed school, who one 12 ft. double drive-In gate Installed description.
became one of the most glorified : with the following speci PARCEL II: Being a part of
64 model swing needle fications: Section 40 Township 10 South Together with the tenements,
group of fighter pilots thus I HEIGHTHeight: shall be 72" Range 81 East and more particu hereditaments and appurtenances
Dial-D-Matlc Zig Zag, makes far. Chain Link Steel Wire Fabric larly described as follows: Beginning therunto belonging.
fancy stitches makes button topped with "8 strands of 4 Pt. at a concrete monument
barbed wire to make 14 4 x 8 display counters.
Throughout the book, the au. I approximate marking the Northeasterly cornerof
holes, sews on buttons, blind overall height of 1 foot. said Section 40, Township 10 10 2 x 8 display counters.
thor Stanley Johnston, picturesin FABRIC: Chain' Link Steel Wire South. Range 31 East as a point 2 2x6 display counters.
stitches, monograms, embroiders, "-gauge Fabric made to stand a of f and running thence 1 2x8:. glass display counter.
darns patches, etc. Guaranteed your mind the many accomplishments tensll strength test of 90.000 Ibs. South rlle"nci7' 45* East along the 1 2x6 solid counter.
,
er sq. Inch Heavily Zinc Coated 1 ticket booth.
of the Glrm Easterly line of the said l Section

assume remaining 5 payments of y Hot-Dip Process AFTER weav 40, a distance of 2372.35 feet to 1 11. C. Allen 4 total cash
Reapers, from the time in which I ing, woven In a 2-Inch diamond an Intersection with the center register.
$7.50.: Just phone Daytona 253 the mesh. Where top selvage U barbed line of MalaCompra Road: thence 1 automatic ticket dispenser.
8106. 5-2S-2tp I group was first formed up fabric to be dressed above top continuing South 19* 67' 45* East 2 1960 Jeeps CT 5.
until the time that they were rail. along the said Easterly line, a 6 trailers made by National
GALVANIZING TEST Wire 1 6x8 walk-In cooler.
: fab- distance of 1450.22 feet to the
FOR SALE-6 room house with noted for their many brave and to stand ( one-minute immersions point of beginning\ of this descrip 1 1961 F 100 Ford pick-up.
under the Preece Copper Sulphate tion thence 20 miscellaneous 1 hand tools.
; continuing South 19
garage, 2 porches, easy terms. heroic deeds. Method of testing for uniformity 57' 45* East along the said Easterly 1 typewriter Remington.

H. W Zeller, corner East Moody This story is written In such a and weight of coating. line a distance of 113787 feet: 1 filing cabinet steel (4 drawer -
Test to be made on a section of thence South 73* 03' 15* West )
and Chapel, phone ID 73150. way that the further that you wire picket at least four Inches distance of 1192.28 feet to an intersection a 1 desk "Steelmaster"
In length so as to Include at least with the Easterly bound 1 adding machine.
May 21-tf read into it, you actually get 1
one bent and at least one straightside ary of the 100 foot rightofwayof typewriter table.
to know and to admire all of of formed link In test. State Road No. AIA; thence
FOR SALE-2-S x 12V4 rugs LINK POSTS: Ifot-lIp ralvtntsed North 18* 56' 67* West, along saidEasterly I has been filed against you and you
.the pilots and you seem to feel structural steel pipe. Sn O D. right-of-way boundary, a are required to serve a copy of
and 1-6 x 8 oval rug, $15.00 their emotions of fear END. CORNER and GATE TERMINAL distance of 1137.11 feet; thence your Answer or pleadings the
each 1-18 inch electric fan companionship IO8T8HotDip: Galvanised: North 71* 03' 03" East a distanceof said Complaint on the plaintiff'sattorneys
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and love for one an. Htandard fun weight Structural 1172.0 feet to the point of beginning Klnsey. Vincent A Pyle
$8.00. Carmody AlA and 2nd i Steel Posts; |" o. D.. Corner Brace 42 South't.r.D..U.! Drive, Daytona
of this
I other. i.K/i" n-.- n. description. _llASt___wA uo. -L._.. _.*..*. .Ml..... Al........ ....."....
Ave., Flagler Beach. 5-21-tf This book made into 1- POST SPACING: Posts are. Together with the tenements Answer or pleading In the office
was a spaced In line of fence not farther hereditaments and appurtenances of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.

FOR SALE OR TRADE on High fine movie and I'm sure that you apart than 10-foot centers. thereunto belonging Bunnell Florida on or before the I
PORT SETTING of June
: All posts are If you
lflhtod"lo
way 1, Allendale, 4 large rooms would find it to your liking. set In (concrete so as to furnisha 14 4 x 8 display counters. so. Judgment.ty default
foundation and support sufficient 10.2x. 8 display counters. will be taken against you for the
tile bath, masonry, plus 4-room Library Assistant, to withstand any strain or shock ( glass display counters. relief demanded In the said Com /
Phone 4392140. Jack Abbott ordinarily brought to bear on fence 1 2x8 glass display counter. plaint
garage apt. of this character. 1 2x8 solid counter. This notice shall be publishedonce
May 21ttWANTED EXTENSION ARMS: 45* angle 1 ticket booth. each week for four (consecu
THAT NESTER KID adjustable to vertical at certain R. C. Allen 4 total cash regis tine weeks In The Flagler Tribune. 1
locations and at gates, of cold ter. DONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
IRONING to do at my "That Nester Kind" is a storyof drawn pressed steel with malleable 1 automatic ticket dispenser. nell. Flagler County Florida this
Iron base I 19(0 Jeeps CT 5. 12th day of May, t
galvanised after fab 1164.
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. a 15-year-old boy who loses rication. t trailers made by National. I (SEAL,) ti-R'E

livery. Phone ID 73669. his father. After this he has to TOPS: All terminal posts fitted 1 ( x 8 walk-In cooler. Clerk of the Circuit Court
with malleable tops. 1961 F 100 Ford pick-up. Flagler County Florida.
10.24-U face the world alone with a lit. TOP RAIL: Hot-Dip Galvanized 20 miscellaneous hand tools KINSET. VINCENT PYLE
Structural steel 1 5/1" O. D, with 1 typewriter, Hemln< SEPTIC TANE cleaning; drain Steel Sleeve. Top rail passes I desk cabinet steel (4 drawer) Daytona Beach Florida
"Steelmastertf
through base pf post top and forms Attorneys for Plaintiff
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable PETERSON TEXACO a continuous brace from end to 1 adding machine. May 14-21-28 & June 4-4tctflaglrr
end of each stretch of fence. Top 1 typewriter table
prices. Call George Ja SERVICE rail Is securely fastened to end tas been filed against you and you
roz ID 7-3410 8-Ltf and corner posts by means of suit are required to serve a copy of
ROAD SERVICE able fittings. your Answer or pleadings to the lib' Grlbunr
FITTINGS: All fitting used la said Complaint on the plaintiffs I
CONSTIPATED? Light Mechanical Work fence and gates to be malleable attorneys, Klnsey. Vincent Pyle,
To prove PKUN-KVAC containing Phone and pressed steeL 12 South Peninsula Drive. DUUEL", FLORIDA
437-3441
Prunes, Figs A Senna ls world's Bunnell FABRIC TIES: Fasten the fabric Beach Florida and flle the original
Smo-o-theet, best and moet natural at line posts approximately 14"Intervals Answer or pleading In the office
laxative hurry to J6UV top rail at approximately of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
MRS. K. D.
-w..vswr..+ 1JVVCommunity IS" Intervals. FULLER Editor
MOODrS PHARMACYfor HUDn.l" Florida on or before the s
OATHS: Frames made of 1 118"' (th day of July, It... It you fall
generous FREB SAMPLE or I 0. D. Hot-Dip Galvanised tttru to: do '0. judgment by default will
41 tablets for 79c. Over 1.000,000sold ral Steel, corner fitting malleable. be taken against you for the relef Del.vate4 Oflelal P..lleatl..
each year Fabric same as In fence. Completewith demanded In the said Com- I
pivot type hinges, eaten,, and plaint f.r rvblU JVetl *a *r Flagler
wwwJOHNSTON'S Memorial Church drop rods. This notice shall be published c.'J' MuMswIlile ttortlaa
Submit alternate bid with extension one each week for four eoaeeeulv -
I.t.r-A.asal.a41eu1AIR arms less barbed wire. weeks In the Dayton Reach .4 tie Slate .f FUrIJa
The City Commission reserves the Morning
Journal and The Flagler
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. CONDITIONED right to reject any and all bids Tribune I

LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT Daytona Ave. and to accept the old that In Its DONS AND ORDERED Entered .a. second
Judgment will be for the best inarest nell. Flagler County. rlntb, class matter

WATER FRONT FARMS. FLAGLER BEACH of the City of Bunnell. Flor 87th Uy et M jr. 1964. February 1. 1J12. at the postofflce
B. A. 8MTT1IB
ACREAGE WITNESS my hand and official Clerk of the Circuit Court at Bunnell. Florida under act of
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. seal this Htb day ef
May. A. Dun Flagler C6unF1erlda
lee us for your real estate n* ds March S, 1876.
Church Service 11:00 A.M. By Jail& It. Hervejr..
Office Phone lIE 9-2242 /WSJJBLTON a DARRRR. MayorATTBtfT Deputy Clerk
ty ** DunB." ". 4. I
W. hIN*$Y. VINCENT PYLE
R '
Paster
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 DICKBRT. : 4k Soeth Peninsula Drive One year _ ,1.1,
R"E"YO WKLCOMR /tJ1 NANCY c RODGERS Daytona Beach. Florida I
ID 7.3517
or Six
City Clerk. Attorneys for Plaintiff months .11.21
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eeePRICES
TOP SHELTON'SSUPER OWNERS GOODVALUE

MARKET. S.U P E R M A R K ET MANAGEMENT AND Thursday and Saturday,, Friday,
June 4th 5th 6th
STAMPS "YOUR FRIENDLY CO-OP STORE" Telephone***7-3201

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: CHUCK STEAK u 49* 1( $iI ijEll{


U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
u SMALL (Meaty)
59'
FAMILY STEAK
Lh.
49Q
SELECT SPARE RIBS


BEEF LIVER Lb. 49* HERMAN'S 6 Oz. Pkg. LUNCH MEATS


U. S. CHOICE Bologna Pickle Pimento Pkgs. $ 00
ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69< Olive Loaf Spice Lunch 4 For I



HENDERSON SUPERFINE World' Favorite Shortening MAXWELL HOUSE (Instant) FLAVOR DRINKSCanada

SUGAR CRISCO COFFEE Dry


5 Bag Lb. 37 3 Tin Lb 49 Big Jar 10 Oz. $$139 Die Bottle 28 oz. 1 O

Save 40c Plus Bottle Depo.hLimit

One With Purchase Limit One With Purchase Limit One With Purchase Limit Three PJease'
$5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order

Dairy and Frozen Foods Murray's:
, Philadelphia 3 Oz. Pkg. _D LEMON THINS Pkf. 29c

i CREAM CHEESE 2 For 25* Finn Cri p. Save lOc
LETTUCE Head Shurfme 303 Can (Sliced)
\ Blue Seal 19* For
) Lb,. California PEACHES 5 $1Sunlite
SOLI D OLEO Z Zge LEMONS Dozen 39* 303 CanTOMATOES
Pillsbury (Canned) For
Each Vine Ripe 8. 1
BISCUITS ge Lb. -
TOMATOES 19* Kraft 18 oz. Ref

FRENCH FRIES Each fOe BAKERY ITEMS BAR B QUE SAUCE 37*

Kraft 10 z. Jar
Fro-Joy Everfresh (Ready to Eat) Peach Preserves, MarmUde, Red Plum
ICE MILK t' Gal. 49* BAKED PIE I S Ea. 3ge GRAPE JELLY 4 for'II

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All-Meat Wieners ::: Light Bulbs I Fryers 0 Potato Chips Order
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i HONOR ROLL LAST :i Ki .
I' Cook-Massie SIX WEEKS PERIOD !
r Engagement Fourth grade-Sue Ellen Seale. I
Fifth grade-Pam McDanlel, ,
AnnoupcedMr. Frederick Fruits, Pat Duncan,
PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
and Mrs. Harold Massie, Sandy Abbott, Vicki Perritt, Linda -
THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY
,
1820 South Central Avenue, Smith. RESERVED
Flagler Beach, announce the en I Sixth grade-Ann Meekins, JUNE 4, 5, 6, 1964
gagement of their daughter, Kris Martel, Faye Hutcheson,
Trudie Evans, to Michael George Janet Haines, Donna Filkins,, FOR THE MEAT YOU LIKE TO EAT-SEE LARRYGRADE
I Cook,son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cathy Duncan, Barbara Wilson.
Cook of Bunnell.
She is the grand daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover "A" WESTERN BEEF PALM RIVER
D. F. Fuquay of Daytona Beach, left Sunday on a two months va CHUCK SLICED
and the late Mrs. Eula A. Fu. will attend the
cation. They
quay. Also the grand daughterof graduation exercises of two Lb: Lb.
Pot Roast 39
the late Mr. and Mrs. T. N. grand; daughters and visit with BACON 49
Massie Sr. of Waynesville, N. C. many friends and relatives in
She is a graduate of Howey in illinois. Mrs. Beluh Hoover, Mr.
i[ the Hills Academy, and attendsthe loovefs aunt, from Daytona GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF ARMOUR'S STAR VAC. PAC
I Daytona Beach Junior Col. Beach accompanied them on ROUND BONE ALL MEAT

t lege.Mr.. Cook Is a graduate of the their trip. Lb. u *
l Bunnell High School. He completed Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney and ROAST 49 FRANKS 49
b a six months tour of duty children returned TUesday aftera
with the National Guard and is fey days visit with Mrs. Whit. ,
.{j now attending the Daytona ney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. CHOICE CENTER CUT TENDER SLICED
Beach Junior College.Not David Fagerston, of Clermont. I CHUCK BABY BEEF

date has been set but a METHODIST CHURCH NEWS u ".
June wedding is planned. Church School is at 9:45: a. m. STEAK 59 LIVER 49Qk
and morning worship at 11 o'
clock. Mr. Lewis Treen, Principal
k
SALEReduced of Crescent City School, will deliver HOUSE HERSHEY'S
the sermon this Sunday
while Rev. Hoover is vacation-
Ing.. There will also be a dinner COFFEEt SUGAR

following the church service. y" .:

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark and 1 Lb 5 Lb.
son, Stephen, from East Point, 59* 39*
Ga. left Wednesday after visit. Caa Bag
ing a faw days with Mr. and
forClearan'ce. Mrs. Lee Bourne and family and Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food OrderKRAFTS
with Mrs. Fred League, motherof
Mrs. Clerk and Mrs. Bourne. ,
JOE CRAIN'S TWIN OAKS FLORIDA
GRADE "A" REFRIGERATED
Mrs. Molly R. Lyons has re
turned to Clifton Forge, Va.,
after an extended visit here Miracle Whip EGGS
with her grand son W. J. Moore .
and his family.

All Mfa.Warren Michaels is spending h'r 49$ Large 2 Doz. 79Limit
some time In Great Neck, Size
New York visiting with her
sister. 1 Please Limit 4 Dozen Please
BetterDresses
Raymond Nalllier was admit. 21/a CAN FOOD KING WHOLE 2% FOOD KING
ted to the Bunnell General Hospital
Thursday for medical treat h Each
ment. Apricots 29 PEARS 39

Venom of the Indian cobra is
No. 3 SHOWBOAT GOLDEN YAM
easily absorbed through the surface 303
WHOLE SWEET RDDEErNTE
and this
of the eye may I

K OFF prove Moccasin Ross as fatal or Allen rattler as, a herpetologist.venom bite according in the.I I Potatoes 2 For 39* PEAS 5 For rioo

eye may be washed out without I
ill effects, he says. 303 STOKELY'SCUT
Land and SeaFashions No. H SOUTHERN SEAS

Whcn Moses climbed Mount For Tuna Chunk 4 For 1.00
Slant he looked out over one BEETS 2
of Asia's most desolate spots. I Z9V Grated, 5 For 1.00
The landscape is one of saw.
107 North Bay StreetBUNNELL toothed mountains, eroded GLAMORINE OVEN CANNON DISH TOWEL FREE

slopes, and stark valleys.OPEN Tube w1TN GIANT

toCD&atoffi&BaKKa CDOQ Cleaner Each 79 BREEZE Each 69 T

Does Not Harm Hands
Limit 1 Please

FROZEN FOODS .

Winter Garden 10 oz. pkg. FRESH PRODUCESTRAWBERRIES
Stella's Drive-Inn

25c CANTALOUPES for 790

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t MEAT 9 Oz. Birdseye Reg. or French Cut FRESH GREEN

IN THE CAR OR GREEN For
BEANS 2 39C ASPARAGUS Lb.
COME IN AS YOU ARES 33c
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SATURDAYS 6:00 A. M. TILL? S & H GREEN STAMPS S S & H GREEN STAMPS
S & H
GREEN
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With this coupon and ? with this COUpon and <
S S S \ Your Purchase of $5.00 > Your Purchase of One Qt % with this coupon and
or More Food 5 Shurfine Mayonnaise '... Your Purchase. of Caryl
AIA 8 BLOCKS SOUTH OF PIER or Richards W ndcrCoupon
Order i Salad 1 Dreuin* 5 I" -
S ful" Hair Spray
FLAGLER BEACH Expires % Coupon Expires 5 !

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I bouquet.Following a wedding trip to I ,
the Smoky Mountains and lIen. Cr.cw.inc ._
dersonville, North Carolina, the '

couple Bunriell.will reside in their homein 'I r U. S. D. A. CHOICE STEAK SALE I j

Among the out of town guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bom-
bry of Zepherhlll; Mr. and Mrs.R. SIRLOINOR2TBONE
J. Bembry and sons, Johnnie STEAKS lb. 89
and Billy of Alachua; Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Wells, Jr., West
Palm Beach; Mrs. Myrtle Burn- ROUND
sed, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burnsed STEAKS lb. 79 ,
of Glen St. Mary: ; Mrs. Dora OR CUBEDCHUCK
Tucker, Merritts Island. I
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Decker,
Mrs. O. A. Thompson, Mr. and STEAK lb. 43*
Mrs. Herbert Allen, Elizabeth
Allen, and Theo C. Hem and
son Jay, all of Bunnell; Mr. and
Mrs.Daytona J. T.Beach.Shattles and Nelda of FAMILY STEAK lb. 49* ,


Carol Honored Craig At A RIB STEAK lb. 69* I

Brige LuncheonMrs.
Small Meaty (Cook Out Favorite) Armour Star
Joy Stefllk and Mrs. Gail '
Luncheon Kelley entertained and Kitchen at a Shower Bridge SPARE RIBS *' 4ge FRANKS {C IIobPkg.l 49c I

at the Steflik residence last Sat. Armour Star (Sliced Free) Tender Choice

urday Guest mornnlg of honor, was May Miss 30. Carol SLAB BACON lb. 490 BRISKET STEW 3 lb.. '1

Craig, bride elect of Mr. William
Deen, whose marriage will take Lean Western (FIRST CUT)

place Invited; August guests 8. were members PORK CHOPS 3 Ibs. $100
of the Finesse Club: Mrs. Inez
I Manuel, Bette McDaniel, Opal
Craig, Myrtice Hlnson, Rosely
Cameron, Laura Morris, Joann FREE ! PilUbury' (Plain or Self-Rising)
Crews, Freda Deen, Mary Broad.
away and Millie McCoy. PLASTIC DISHPAN FLOUR
The gift table was decorated With $5.00 or More Meat Order
with a miniature bride standing >N XVXS-XSrf'S XSSXS 'SX- /SOur -< >-.
under an umbrella. Silver candle Value (CUT) 303 Can 5lb. 19.
holders encircled with pink flow. For (Save
ers were on either side. Miss GREEN BEANS 8 5100Limit 1 with $5.00 orOmore food orderMurray's
Craig was presented with a red
COOKIESE 11 pkg.
ft oz. muji
cymbidium orchid surrounded by
tiny hearts and spades. The LEMON THINS (Save 290 Open Pit (Reg.-Smoky.Garlic) Save 16c
black and red card motif was lOc) BAR.B.Q ((18 0:.
used to decorate the luncheon Armour Star 12 oz. Can SAUCE Size) 1ge

WIft'I tables. TREET ( DAIRY SPECIAL
L7 39-
The bridge prize winners were )
Myrtice Hlnson and Rosely Pillsbury (8 oz. Can) Save lOc

II I I Cameron. BISCUITS 5 For 390

I JANET MAE GAILBRATH CRISCO I FROZEN FOODS -
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Galbrathof Foremost lit Gal.

I arrival Ormond of a seven Beach pound announce and two the 3 It 480 ICE MILK 490Sunkist

ounce daughter, born at the I
(Save 33c)
I Halifax Hospital on May 21. She I (Strawberry or Raspberry)
I has been given the name of Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Each
I Janet Mae. II LEMON PUNCH hoc
Mrs. Galbrath Is the former
I Miss Rose Ann Way of Bunnell. Large Fancy GIANT SIZE
Ea.
CANTALOUPES 290
John Craig Is visiting this
F A BOKRA
week at the home of his par. Fancy No. 1
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Craig. lb.
'
lie Is a student at Ouachita College 230 at Arkdclphia Arkansas,
Juicy RipePEACHES
and plans to return there for '
lb Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the summer school session. 190

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rice
( spent last week In Graham and
FREE'SO FREE FREEGIFT
Greensboro, N. C. They were 50 50
( ( visiting Mrs. Rice's daughter and GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS
I
and their families.
I With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of j
I The Annual Faculty Dinner of (1) 20 lb. Bag (1) 48 ct. Pkg. Upton' $5.00 or More Food !
the: W. A. Hunt Elementary CHARCOAL @ 98c TEA BAGS @ 59c Order
School of Holly Hill was held Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After j
at King's Cellar Wednesday eve Sunday June 7, 1964 Sunday June 7, 1964 Sunday, June 7, 1964( ,
ning. Miss Carol Craig of Bun
: nell, who Is a member of the
Faculty, attended and had asher
guests her parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. James Craig.

I! Donald Smith of Graham, ;;
I N.C., 1 Is visiting with hU grandparents gill :. .
; >> Mr. and. m. John .C. Ih
I Rke. IIIaIuhIIa 1IJIJiTTi ; Pill"""

.}Irs. Ernest William ha* returned 1AIUI11
to her home here after Phone 437-3227
I undergoing surgery at the St. OPEN SUNDAYS. uMhiTT1h11 U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL ;
I Vincent Hospital In Jacksonville 8:00 a.nu -1.0Q p.m. t
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the process of grading 30 acres.I-en to Flagler County and City Ing new members. They are activities during May. Also
! CONSERVATION I of er pjand for drainage. im of Flagler Beach on a small working.out details of land. acquisition. taped 15 minute tv program for I
provement. I drainage ditch. Channel 12's (Jacksonville) HI
Glenda Pellicer has completedplanUn& Two news releases of district Neighbor Program.
BT Cooperater A. B. Johnston has I
': of 10 -------
NEWS Tllmon W. Robinson :contracted for 63 acres of landleveling and fertilization
[' to be done on cropland. acres of Improved pasture grass
District Activities j Ii The area has previously been I.I during May. I CRAIG. FUNERAL
The District has sold its hay [staked, surveyed and designed. The FFA farm has recently HOME
rake and baler. Plans are to !
of
completed planting 14 acres
equipmentsome I W. W. Deen is I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
buy or get as surplus Cooperator hahla grass pasture. White clover
pieces of land leveling iplannng! to do some land I will be planted in the fall. I JOHN CAPO Associate
equipment. -" I(grading for drainage Algae recently Invaded the I II AIR
Form Planning ment on cropland. Improve'j 10 acre farm pond of L. E. I LADY 6XYGEN
One basic farm plan for Glen have been staked and Wadsworth. lIe is planning to I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
::._ da pellicer completed duringMay. I Preliminary has been started treat it with copper sulfate. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
on land leveling jobs for Alfred I
'. Application of Conservation I Tucker (40 acres) and B. T. Til- Recreational Activities Phone ID 7-3532 .
c': Practices I ton ((90 acres). I The Flagler County Recrea 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDAr

Cooperator: .. W. E. Knight.'. ', is in Consultive. assistance was giv tional Club is still actively _sign-___n__ _____ _ _

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ASouth Arabia Is and the Gulf of Aden. The re-I Tips On Care of built Into the 10-Inch double I appliance stores soon.
glon's indefinite boundaries with blade. One edge of the bladeis

Mid-East BastionSouth Yemen, Arabia's Empty Quarter, Kitchen KnivesTo for frozen meats, the other I Ilf TIIR ,COtTHT KKAm.RH 6$ Tilts COUNTY c0 isvyJUIllt ,

and the Sultanate of Muscat for frozen pies and cakes, bread STATN. OP FLORIDA IN FROHATH. -

Arabia, where British and Oman have been under I get the most from a top. : and ice cream. Look for it in I IN M
British for 125 i quality kitchen i I The Relate of
Tommies are fighting dissident protection years. knife give it IN TIIR roiiNTr Jl'narifn rotniT ANNA JOHNS.
Arab tribesmen, is a stark, desolate i first-class care. First of all,,store 1AMI ron KL.AOL.Ktl CO I'IVTV -I I i Deceaaed1SOTIOK .
Aden has been an Important Kl.OlllUt. |\ ritOIIATK. OK FIMNO KIIHT ItR-
land trod camel your knives so the blades don't CAN >O. Mia
once by military base for some time. Its I I OHT AND I'WTITIOI FOIL OR.Ilklt -
caravans bearing silks and touch each other. IN UK. Bstate of i OK nnTimumov ANI FOR
jagged, shark's-tooth hills, immortalized W COKBKTT SULLIVAN imUIAItUH OK KXKCUTOIl
spices from India and China. For storage take your pick of deceased. 1 Notice !. hereby given that I
In the pipe march slotted drawer .. hate filed my First fie
Sea routes put an end to this "The Barren Rocks of Aden," are holders, magne. TO ALLIrnnONS INTNIIBSTED I Uxjputor of th Estate fOl'rma.:
tized racks, or slotted wooden. IN THK ESTATE OK MAID DKCJCDHNT JOHNS. Deceased, that I have flled
traffic, but opening of the Suez British
of I
familiar to generations : my Petition for Order of Distribution
Canal gave the area a superla. wall racks. YOU Ann IIBRGBT notified that I and for Discharge of Kiecu-
soldiers. Never knife a written Instrument purporting1 tor; and that on the 18th day of
tive strategic importance as a South Arabia's population, of: expose blades to to be the last will and testament I June. mi I will apply to the
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heat or leave a knife in water of said decedent has been admittedto Honorable T. K McKnlght, County
guardian of a major crossroads.The which no census has ever been probate In this court. You are Judge of Flagler County Florida.
too long. The temper of the steel hereby commanded within six: calendar for approval of my
recent fighting has been taken, Is estimated at about one that makes the knife have month from the date of the nut and for an Order of Ilslrlbuclon
and
taking place on the Yemen bore million. The major occupationis publication and for Discharge aa Executor of
maintain a sharp edge is dulled I pear In thla courtlandahe wtcauce. the Estate of ANNA JOHNS De
der of the Federation of South agriclture; but only about one If Any you can actionof ceased.
is arable. by water. Soaking in water can this court In admltfanll' said will LOUIS! OASINSKT. Sn.
the land
Arabia. Formed in 1959, the percent of Injure the blade of the knife. I to probate should not stand un- Aa Executor of the Estate of
Federation Includes 13 sultanates Rain is sparse and life is a I revokod.s! ANNA JOHNS Deceased.
Cutting string, metal, or paper '/ / T K Osslnaky A Krol
sheikdoms constant battle against the el County ICJ1f..lIiluh'r ,
and emirates, with kitchen I 411 Main Street
knives
reducesthe
Dayton Reach Florida.Attorneys
and the former British Crown ements. cutting edge. To keep the First publication: June 4, 1164. I I for the :state
Colony of Aden, the National Nevertheless, cotton is suc. June .-I1-18'U-.to May 14-11-11 Juno 4-4 to
edge of the knife
sharp, cut on
,
Geographic Society says. The cessfully grown, as are dates
a board rather than a metal or
capital is Al Ittihad. and various plant gums. Cat.
A Network of Treaties tle, sheep, and goats provide plastic work knife surface. r FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Keep blades
with
' To the east of the Federation, hides, meat and dairy products.But oil sharp I
an stone or an electric knife
extending to the Sultanate of is exported. AMBULANCE
I
The
sharpener. latter is a simple
Muscat and Oman, are the rem dowllke Peninsulas method for keeping the blades i PHONE VAlley 4 1625
nants of the former Eastern The former Crown Colony of sharp.A SERVICE

Protectorate, comprising some 12 Aden, about 75 square miles, has i ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
new electric carving knife
Arab two rocky peninsulas that jut
states associated with
with heat in the blade will soon Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
Great Britain by a network of out like lobster claws, enfolding .
treaties. a fine anchorage.A be on the market. Up to.500 art always at your service with promptness safety and
degrees of controlled heat
South Arabia's 750 miles of huge oil refinery on the is experience.

coastline, are washed by the westernpeninsula was built at
"Little Aden" in 1954 and has Equipped With Oxygen Resuiitator and Inhalator
tepid waters of the Arabian Sea O. r. ALTORD>

made the port an important Registered I
Garcia Funeral HomeP.
bunkering station. Some 500

MILLER vessels call each month. Thereis Real Estate Broker E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director

a lively trade in luxury goods
ELECTRONICS BunnelL Floridavvwwwuwww LADY ASSISTANT
sold to visitors from ships.

1744 Ocean Shore Bird. Large numbers of Aden men

work at the harbor. Others

REPAIRS ON TV'S pack hides, skins, coffee, and

WASHERSDRYERS Incense for shipment. Despite

. heat, dust, and rapid growth,
i Aden is reputed to be one of

Call Collect 672-5377 Asia's cleanest cities.

The old city crouches in an
i ALL WORK: GUARANTEED
extinct volcano on the eastern *
peninsula and is called Crater. p. 1 i 9 J

I Steamer Point to the south is 1 :toHetbyJ. . Ui
the site of modern growth.
HASTINGS MATTRESS The crater-girt port was occupied ? -**

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS by the British in 1829

71012 Lemon St. and became one of young Queen

,- Palatka, Florida Victoria's first acquisitions. Border -

Phone EA 5-9166 conflicts have been occurring .

Furnitu t, Upholstering for decades, though Yemen's
Repaired & Refinished southern boundary was temporarily .
Mattresses & Box
Springs fixed by the Treaty of
Made to Order.Also Renovated
San'a in 1934.
Call Laura Morris 437.3233

After 6:00 P. M.
PRICES REASONABLE. The octopus may swiftly
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. change the color and texture of

Just as near as your its skin for camouflage. Octopusare
Phone or Post Office known to turn white, red, 1 M T I '
Drop Us A Card or Call brown but
or greenish, never
Free Pick-up & Delivery black.THANK .



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YOUMy


sincere appreciation to everyone for their

vote and support in nominating me as County Commissioner *

of District 3 for another-four years.I .

want to assure you I will as Commissioner,
represent all the people of Flagler County.

I Ian
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, PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNEI, FLORIDA Thursday, June 4, 1964
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I 1 I I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Diamond and girls from throughout the

I had as their guests several days state took part. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
;.unea&a I last week his brother and sister. Other new executive officers
I I In.law, Mr. and Mrs. Malos are Mary Heddon, Fort Meade, The fire insurance policies we write still give the same
(Continued from Page 5) I I Alexon of Detroit, Michigan. vice president; George Taylor, dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy ad.
of i I Vernon, secretary; Don Wether- ditlonal coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Harris, I CARD OF THANKSWe ington, Jasper, treasurer; Sand. little extra costRemember
Harris Appliances, returned sincerely grateful to -Copeland, Arcadia, reporter;
,'. home Monday from a six day are H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
friends and neighbors for Andy Glllman, Crestview, chap-
our
to New York City and theWorld's take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
trip
plain Jennlce Hair, Inverness
their many kind acts of sympa. ; ,
Fair. or stop in soon for full details.
thy during our sad bereavementWe parliamentarian; and Carol
They of were the Southeast one of Divisionof seventy would also like to thank I Stewart, Pensacola, historian.The H. T. COOK AGENCY
dealers Electric who won an those thoughtful friends for the I tractor operators contestwas Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. Flo.
General
... enjoyed prayers, visits, flowers, cards I won by Johnny Sanders,
trip. They -- -------
all.expense well and many deeds of kindness Cross City. Jim Bartlett, Eustis, -- --- -
tours in the city as ,
many during his long illness. Our was and Hale StancH, --
as the fair.Homer thanks also to the pallbearers, Ocala, third. .
and for the beautiful floral of.
of Cleveland,
Hansen ferings. The 110-foot high Citrus Tower 24 HourWrecker ..R..
of
Ohio, and Oswarld Hansen Mrs. L. B. Bratcher that soars over the 3.12 acre Service
Mobile, Alabama, were here and family. Florida State Exhibit at the New
Tuesday visiting with friends. I York World's Fair will be seen
They are former residents of by more than 700 million people.I
Truck & Tractor Co
Flagler County and sons of the State WinnersIn Flagler ,
late Niles Hansen and Mrs. Han- I
Florida and other southern I MASSEY-FERGUSON
sen. 4-H ContestsBarbara
areas which are 'semi-tropical, Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Mr. and Mrs A. Edmonsonleft Causseaux of Talla has 67 different kinds of snakes, I
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
records of Ross Allen of Silver
Friday for a week's vasatlpnin hassee is the 1964 girls' 4.11
Nashville, Tenn. state champion public speaker. Springs reveal. Of these, only II Owner Bunnell, Florida

-- She won..___ the____ title____ _at_ the_n_ _first__ seven are poisonous, Allen said.,. .
Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. annual. state 4-H Events Day ---- ---- - --- -

Nellie Tweed, and Mrs. Wallace held at the University of Florida
Weeks were in Jacksonville Sat. the weekend of May 2.
urday for a visit with Mr. and Ronny Wilson of Immokaleewas I
Mrs. Buck McCort. Mrs. Smith judgod the top 4-H speakerin
remained there until Monday. the boys' division. Alternates
Mrs. McCort (recently underwent in the statewide speaking con.
I
surgery for the removal of a test were Diana Young of Fort
disc. Pierce and Danny Harrington,
Umatllla.
Mrs. Neva Elsenbach has returned I Eddie Taylor of Green Cove
to her home after a visitin Springs was elected president of I
Vero Beach with her son In the newly organized state 4-H
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Club Council which for the first
!
t John Sutherland. She went to time combined boys and girls Quick

greet her new grandson, Alex. In one organization.The .
ander Glenn, who is now six council reorganizationtook
weeks old. place as other 4-H boys .
I -- Pick a Chevrolet and fill in the spaces ',(


; SINCERE THANKS Now's the time to see the great outdoors in a great Chevrolet buy! )
1 For electing me your Supervisor of Registration for '
Flagler County. Here you are on the brink of vacation typically Chevrolet array of extra-cost lo
Words cannot express my appreciation to you time. There's your Chevrolet dealer in options.the .
friends for your support and vote. I am deeply grateful midst of Trade 'N' Travel Time. Plain Impalas are'anything but. They
I .to each and everyone who helped me make my You two should get together! Objectcome in all popular body styles, including
campaign a success. It will be a pleasure to serve celebrating the joys of summer in a new wagons. They're dressed up to a fare-
the citizens of my county. Chevrolet. thee-well: fully carpeted interiors, uphol
Sincerely, Why a Chevrolet? Well, with 15 models stery as durable as,it is attractive.
Mary E. Smith and Family in four series, what possible reason is there Bel Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced
I to look further? Chevrolets, make a practice of
raid Political Adv Take the Impala Super Sport hiding it. AH the conveniences, .

(and a lot of people do just that). zqiriv no sacrificing comfort or style.
THANKSTo Comes as a Sport Coupe or Did we mention that Trade .
Convertible. Has trimmings like TRADE'b'TRAYEI 'N' Travel Time won't last

front bucket scats, center con TIME forever? It won't. So see your
friends for
my many your loyal sole, special trim-all as standard Chevrolet dealer. Then go fill

equipment. And offers a MM___ in the spaces.
support in my campaign for County

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Commissioner. .i

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Although we lost I shall continue to. b


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government for our County.T. .

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At Pellicer's Fish Camp B<1 Air,.D or Station Wagon

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