Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00596
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 18, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00596
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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it-(f Timber Growers IDA ALLEN BHS Honor Roll I I ATTENDS DeLAND iCity Board


I: Annual Fish Fry Is ATTENDINGGIRL'S'S11ATE For Six Weeks I i MEETING TUESDAY Names Worley)

:' Set For June 25 Miss Ida Allen, daughter of And for All Year6th Rev. and :Mrs. Howard Porter Fire Dept. ChiefThe

.Mr and Mrs. George Allen, Jr., I I I and 1.. H. Drady were In DeLand
Six Weeks Honor Bell
I The Eleventh Annual Timber Bunnell City Commission
of Bunnell, Is In Tallahasseethis Tuesday to Attend the DeLand
Fourth Townsend: Mack King, (I
Growers Fish Fry will be held week attending the Girl'sState District Stewards meeting. The appointed Lt Charles Worley as
4 i. Thursday June 25, at Rayonler Mike Manuel, Ken Tucker, the new fire chief of the Bun
Session. She Is sponsoredby meeting was held In Trinity
held George Wetherlngton, Lila Al
Headquarters. This event Is nell Volunteer Fire Departmentat
\; the American Legion Auxil- Methodist Church of DcLand.
, every summer with all residentsof len. Mary Cook, Karen Clegg, Its meeting Monday. The appointment
iary Unit 115. I Rev. Porter said he was call-
Flagler County being Invited. Debbie Johnston, Katie McFar-- becomes effective
The session Is made of Ing Church Conference
up on
1,000 land, Lady Rodgers, Denise 1.
Last approximately
year !.I girls who have completed their I I June 30 here at which District I I I
of red were Tucker. Mr. Worley has served as
I, plates snapper a
Junior year of High School rep- Superintendent Joe Tolle will
served. Fifth, Manuel: Elayne Tucker, member of the fire department ;It
The American
resenting Legion preside.
Serving will begin about 5 Kim Lawton, Minnie Deen, Kirk since its organization. lie has
. P. M. on the spacious grounds Auxiliary Units from all sectionsof Robertson, Greg Robertson, Mike The Conference Is being called served as lieutenant for the past II'
the state.
of Rayonler Headquarters, about Kelley Chip Johnston, Dudley for the purpose to reevaluateand several )'ears. He attended the I
I The session Is a working
five miles north of Bunnell and Improta. consider the present status state fire schools and has had ,
will continue Into the evening study of government In state, of the building program. It Is special in the volunteer
I training
I' Fifth Morris: Marvin Clegg, i
and city. The session Is
1 county that the break.
' hoped ground
until all have been served. G.B. Douglas Dupont, John Geller, I schools for fire men i
[ week long. I
lone ing for the new will
\ Kelly of Florida Forest Service Catherine Harris, Lyna Knight, parsonage Mr. Worley replaces Charles I
I. will be In charge of frying the I Joy Lee, Mark Strickland, Betty I I be held at an early date I Creal who resigned as fire chief

fish and serving. ,Two 4-H Boys At Steflik. JamesfnT: Wimberly, effective July 1. Mr. Creal had
There Is no charge as the fol. Janet Townsend. Cattlemen To served In the department for

lowing timber growers are hosts, I'15 and chief for the
Gainesville MeetLevi Sixth, Tonkin: Michael Barber years as
for the evening: ,
I James Brannam Linda Summer MeetThe past six years.

Allen, Lands Inc., Bunnell Brannam, Jr. and Tommy Church, Barbara Dodgen Jean I In other business: The com

Timber Company, C. H. Cowart, Herr left Monday to attend the I I' Higglnbotham, Gwen King, midsummer convention mission adopted a resolution
of the Florida Cattlemen's As
.. Flagler Cattlemen's Association, ; First Annual State 4-H Club Elizabeth Matherly, Paul Porter, 'sociation Is setting out the need for additional f
held this weekIn
Flagler Farm Bureau, Hudson Conference which will conclude Melanie Cody, Rebecca Dur- low-rent federal house

Pulp and Paper Corp., Lehigh Friday The event is being heldat ranee, Cynthia Hlnson, Lesa I, Fort Pierce. ing units to be added to the

Portland Cement Co., Owens- the University of Florida. Knight, Glen Nelson. 'Flagler A relatively large group of present housing authority; also

Illinois Paper Company, St. Re. ', The group will be trained in 7-At Gary Buckles Glen Carle county the meeting cattlemen which are be attending adopted a resolution providing
gis Paper Company citizenship and leadership and Robert Creal, Harold King, Di for an electrical and housing
Wedday and will end Fri
Rayonler'1' gan
Inc., Raymon F. it is expected that more than ana Lucas, Brenda Townsend. code.
day. Among attending
Wads worth. I: 500 4-H'ers, 16 years of age and 7-B: Charles Clegg, Nancy ;'arc: Accepted the low bid of

above, will attend. The Flagler Hargett, George Koczwanskl, $2,170: from Hurricane Fence Co.
I' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cowart, Sr.,
Lands Still I delegation will be accompanied Rawlins, Carla Tucker, II
Farm county I Terry Mr. and Mrs R. W. Been, Jr., for wire fencing to enclose the

by County Agent I Colleen Tucker. Raymon Tucker and daughter, grounds of the municipal water

Continue to RiseThe I Howard Taylor. I 8-A: Ben Cannon, Tommy Alfred Tucker and sons, L, L. works plant. Two other bids
W. W. State 4-11 Club Duncan, Tony Parker David
I( Brown were offered. ,.
Gage, Mr. and Mrs. M C Strick
market value of farm leader, Florida Agricultural Extension Richardson, Cliff Wcthwlngton,
I II land, Jr., and family, Tom Lens Granted permission to K. C.
lands' In Florida moved up 10 4 Service, said the conference Sue Broadaway, Sharon Patrick Godwin to have n new house
sej,.,Howard Taylor, Mrs. A. F.
to per cent during last year com- I wiJl-focus on citizenship, a-Qi rtJifM j Moody, .,.Patricia T 1rir rf Harold Emery and sons placed en ols let, lailfs. \one ,
r pared with a national Increaseof with state and 'national leadersIon Ro'bt>1'e. that was .burned ,

6 per cent the Florida State the topic durnlg the week. .I 9-A: Dennis Clay, Walton I

Chamber of Commerce reports. I Rep. D. D. (Billy) Matthews Cowart, Dolores Decn, Kathy I

"The gains In per acre valueof : gave the opening address Mon I II Emery, Vicky King, Linda Sko- Beach Resident

farm lands are based on Index I day. Eddie Taylor, Green Cove I lar, Julie Kay Wilkins. Legion Spons'orsGlaucoma

numbers with the 1957.59 Springs, president of the State' 9-B: Arthur Ford, Rebecca Died Tuesday
average representing 100. 4-H Council, presided at the Robertson. I Clinic

., "In November 1962, Florida's I opening session. 10-A: Betty Lynn Bourne I Ray Kelley Moody, 70, of Detroit 1

farm land value Indext stoodat Dr. M. O. Watkins director of 10-B: Brenda Tucker. I I Mich., passed away at the I Hero on July 16

147. By March of 1963 the I the Florida Agricultural Exten I 11 -None.J2't I Bunnell General Hospital early

Index had moved up to 152; to ,sion Service will close the conference !'t1l'Wia\hqn Bruce, Linda Tuesday morning following an Four week from today, July

158 In July and to 161 by No with a flashback and a Cody, due King, Gloria Moore, illness of six: weeks Ho had 16, The American Legion will

r vember. I look ahead Friday morning. I John Abel, Allida Tucker, Nancy resided In Flagler Beach onlya hold n Glaucoma Clinic in the
1 "This November 1963 Index I Wilson l short time when was stricken. Civic Center Building for up toaa

placed Florida way ahead of He was a retiree of the Countyof many as 380 persons

any other state In the nation. I Legion Officers I ANNUAL HONOR ROLL Wayne, Detroit He was a I The clinic Is being held in '.

The national average was 128 I I Fourth, Townsend: Lila Allen, World War I veteran; a member i cooperation with a similar clink

f on that date. Installation Soon [ Karen Clegg, Nancy Creel, Deb of the Veteran of Foreign In Daytona Beach which will

"All types of land within I Officers of The American Legion I ble Johnston. Wars, Masons and Shrine. provide nurses, doctor and

farms are Included In the values I Post 115: will be Installed I'1 i Fifth, Manual Minnie Deen. I His only survivor, Gerald technical equipment The post

whether bearing crops or at the next meeting, July : Fifth, Morrl/Catherine liar. West, a half-brothet, came downto will provide bed and tpoee for
lying Idle. No urban land Is included I stated post at the ris. be with him and was here the clinic. All of whkh to free
19 it was post
but the growth of city I Sixth Tonkin: Linda Church: when he died. :of coat

and suburban areas affects the meeting The Monday will have evening.as honor I Rebecca Durrance. Jean Higgle The body U being returned to The post appointed Rev. Howard

value of farmland Indirectly post at the August meetingthe botham Cynthia Hinon, LeN Michigan for serveM) and interment Porter, poet chaplain, to
by strengthening total demand. guests Knight Elizabeth Matherly, Craig Funeral Home of head tw elfhlc eomroltt H*
This situation Is particularly true young men represent. I Glen Nelson. Bunnell wa* to charge of arrangements :Mid today that he if distributing
the at session
In Florida," the trade body com post also years 7-A: Diana Lucas. ,re f ifttratfen" slips to anyone who
of State, a gueat
mented. : ( Boy's I 7-B: diarle Clcgg, Naney will haw their eyes tested' for
of honor will be the lady
young Hargett, Terry Rawlins, Carla QI,,
representing the post auxiliary
I+Tucker, Colleen Tucker. U wa pointed out tint this ,
Smoke Tax FundsTo I at Girl's State. Both sessions' are LOCAL SCHOOL BUS
8-A: Tommy Duncan, Tony yt dl*.*0 .k retpoMfbto for
held in Tallahassee during June. t
Parker. DRIVERS ATTENDEDTRAINING moat of the blindness in the
I Heard from its Glaucoma
MunicipalitiesRichard a report 8-B: Karen Moody, Patricia United State and if found in
Clinic Chairman Chaplain I PROGRAMFlagler 1
Robbie. I time vision can be treated and i
B. Keating director of Howard Porter that the clinic
I 9-A Walton Cowart, Julie preserved.All !
: school bus
the State Beverage Dept., collecting will be held in the Civic Center county .I
agency for the cigarette t j building on Thursday, July 16. Kay Wilkins, Vicky King driven attended a training' pro I residents of flagta county

taxes reports that the followIng I, Agreed tentalvely to sponsor 9-B: Arthur Ford. gram for bus driven at the Daytona are urged to avail thernsltvesiof "

municipalities In Flagler!,Brownie Troop of Flagler Beach 10'A: Betty Lynn Bourne. Beach Junior College last i i this eye twit-absolutely free.
10-B. None. It could mean good vision or
County have been allotted the I but will Invite troop officer to week.
I 11thNone.12thLinda. These drivers from the Bun I(blindness In the future !leM.
following amounts from that : meet with post member at the I
Cody, Sue King,: nell and Flagler Beach schools tee with Rev. Porter.John .
fund collected for the month of July meeting to explain all details
April I of sponsorship.Heard Allida Tucker, Nancy Wilson. attending were: EmU Mlzanln, I

Bunnell $3,149.05; Beverly I a report from Post John Brown, Colleen Dupont, I II I
Ida Irvin, Eva Botterbusch C. Rice NamedA
Beach $103.65; Flagler Beach Commander Cora Buckle and Faye
I ATTTND3 WORKSHOP; and John Botterbuxch. Mrs. Member of The
$1,001.21; Marineland $132.23; j Post Adjutant on the tate convention
and Painters Hill $36-1. held in Jacksonville rej IN GAINESVILLE Dorothy Salyerd was not ableto Housing Authority
j I cently. Jfrs. Leonard Moody was In attend due to illness. Secretary of State Tom Adam

BOAT LICENSESARE I Gainesville Sunday through From the Carver school were has announced the communion-

FLAG t Tuesday attending a State Work. Ruby Baker, Pauline Cooler, and lag of John C Rice of Bunnell
DUE JULY 1 i( PRESENTS I{shop of the Florida Association L. C Steward.A and Flsgler Beach a* Commit \

Tax Collector Dale Brown ITO BROWNIE TROOP for Childhood Education. The stoner of the Housing Authorityof

said that all boat own As chaplain of The American I workshop wa held at the University CORRECTION FUfler County.Mr. .
en are reminded that boat license t Legion Post 115, Rev. Howard of Florida. I Susan Peterson won third Rice replace the late

will become due July t porter presented an American She wu accompanied: there by place In advanced twirling last W. C Sullivan who held the of

The licenses may be bought ( Flag to Brownie Troop 703 of Mr. Moody and Eula Lee )1:'.(week at a baton clinic held In I flee from the organization of the

at his office In the Flagler!'Flagler Beach Monday alter. Moody returned home Monday Cocoa. Throufh error wt said Authority until his death last I .J!'

County Courthouse. noon. 1 morning she had won In the solo strut month.11f.i'J".i'.


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plu1tL I titlt *l. r ...1ul[ Lit > Ale any Clain.s, or deataaals
late eooslot, iliedllrtsll 8k-: EaseiJrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Jfease 4S7-344I which they may have .....et Mil
58 rrplat. atrn: I.-kIII' /1teligle ..... --.11 II 4 pr Deaf Atli.n r a Ilr-Apli.-1 estate In the oAee oC use ootnatyjtidare

MMk ink .aI u.. asI i I..elt til3ordrAE 4y. .4dsin. in 1 int Au! '1 yRl6iIGApw ----- In tIM III.,-urtllo.rtacter... at Cowrty.........Al.. sTtorI4 eila-.

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allies f Ihese IN!* Me .> ...- IDe a11s neat, 117' tAw 1aIIIeIipCJ -- aear fee WIt 4Ir iifcese Ute MIlS : iret tfefi nell. ... Serb da.Ia
< r demand nw t he I* wrttae aM
19eatak gpasdig -.e- 1mthat I: M ill SI per last lid osae 'crawL TWf teeteta crack IB .! moot etete the, ..... of .......
.' t I land poet-oAoa ........ ., >etse
ae mrddBc asep9ewlfa per gamtm fJf yes! Pear *beabctaee the flaer and water around water :1 Real F tate Broker fEunnell. (; 'lalnMAt sad MMMC he .wm. to by

Jfedsr eap m. Arm Jaarbsr '' tete the xest epesasc. pipes electrical atie s, beat the. .... ...... .* M* at-

ems ef sole Insects mealy- I'Ten soak the area .4Qi water dad, cracks belted TMMfags.baseboards Florida r I j'w..".em., ... b.eew cote ac-

bass .' te04es. aphids and I'to wasb the SBBectfeiae dawn to I ups* and door i 'NN'N'N'rI'rI'"nrlrl'.t; Ofay nth. 1141.

tealboyper fa their nest Qu ing ,the bottom! Udtef place of the trames. also around Idteixea cspboardc. RDQI EIT FOR 5IDO :, I5Hd LBN IS. %jaAC

the ulster to be d antOn a. bereby peen that Ute i I *****'fJ *' t.e e 4aie of
sere a Jpdsg !qftieen sd efws. sinks and bathtabs. ,,1i.u'1 .r c.atr: ceskmoaors of I W OOKBETT 0ULUTAK.'

and caasDcr supply of sweet ex- i! plants apfgf a spray of I>> net apply these oB- FUctrr CMHrtjr Plwrtdm. will r- : deceased. I
eelwe ee Md lids analth the Hfa day.f I I Pint' puWleatlon date: Je 4.
crrtJL i XBb&sre of a taHecpoon
Ant fly: to plants is ladH- I''i per cent usable daterflanepowder or co asphalt tip or on cram, A tb K.Circuit to tfc Oavrt oe! es .f to tM the Clerk FUflerC of j D.-II-U-5-tte... i iI

reel Ants kept the insect pens io eoe gallons of -water. trees es; nIhL l 0tk >.H, BmaelL florfrA I i' TUB riKCCIT COCRT. SET.
I tes the !allowing ) CIRCUIT OP
a* lull strencUi for destreyisj Do not apply this poison to leg- aDo... IYUIRtfA.|I IV AXU FOR FLACLERoi (

vegetables and ornamentals by 1 or irutt feat sal be eaten. t fleas pIu ..i I
I i lpyswadtaataly .Mt gUons TIlE LAMAR LIKE L'I5CRANCE '
practici&c caz&atioa fljgt>teg I If asts are ia the tease, discover rierida homeowners appear to ,,, Feet 11.. 2. to tMilk I COMPANY. a XU..ppI I
off natural predators and pre I if they: are mrnferg: from be plagued with more than the I K..l.r'1st1L'M7D OO < raltos> to I* calloa DkMI corporation FlatoUff.

II usual infestation d fleas. Bequests 1 I
JLppMtaMt 1M gallons Motor ANIMAL LAND L'C.. Florida
are pouring In asking UIIJ In t quart a
Oft. fijLE > () ) I I IliD& et ).
l corporation a
!ways to get relief from this pest dn** lr !'. rttteo Motor' DefendaaU.VrmCB I
24 Hour Ifs wwy common to get a : fiJLE M S.*-4etcrc nt In t TO ArrEAR s I
Wrecker Service complaint from people who have .AJ>pre=...., Ht gallons Kcroexte. OF FLORIDA I
j' to bafiL.Awrprtmatrfy. TO: ANIMAL LAND. IXC, U 8.
rid of their to
gotten pets only 591 pound Chii *.- Highway AlA I
find that fleas have become o iwbe. lHI -purpoee. In %$-ISI Ormond Bea'h. Florida
Flagler Truck Tractor Co 1 mere numerous In the house and I >.tcl7 "$*e pounds Gear HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint I
'yard, I Lia.be. tmritJ-pvTpove. la drum ofrbiwt to foreclose a certain mortcage -
II* MIL or toq1lJyaJc.at of all on the following describedproperty ,
MASSEY FERGUSON I With pets gone, the fleas find ft the above .p edt1eat><>DL located In Klagler County d t
Nye .uuiUU -a are estimated to Florida, to-wit:
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment themselves with :no domestic rrpreaent requirements for one (1) i
I PARCEL I: Being a part of Section -
animals on which to Therefore 1 rear Bids, J'ea:1rem corer 40. Township II South. Range
a period *f one the d.telit II and described
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 East more particularly
to acceptance, and mart be ub-
; they begin aggravatethe aa follow: Beginning ata
Owner Btmnell Florida netted *n prescribed bid forma concrete monument markingthe
Tbtfenaa be obtained at
I nay Northeasterly corner of the saidSection
<( Eaveiopea must be sealed andplat&ly Range 31 East aa a point of reference -
muted "Bid on Gaaollne. and thence South
t1tf I etc"Tbe !*. 57' 45* East, alone the Easterly
I Board reserves the. right tore line of the said Section 4*. adistance
all bfdi
Jct any of 2S72.SS feet to intersection
aa -
hated at Bannell. Florida, this with the center line of
12tb of June 1X4
I day Road thence continuing
MalaCompra ;
HUXTER. Chairman South 11* S7 4S' East alone
Board of County: Commissioners
_ ATTEST' the said Easterly line, a distanceof
2111." feet to the point of beginning
A. FMTTHE. Clerk.
.q & ll-IS-2tel of this description thence
I continuing South 19* $7 4>* East

\ THE CIRCTIT COrRT OP alone the aald Easterly line, a.
FIX>HIU4 CEVSATII JUDICIAL distance of Jiietl feet to an Interaction
CIRCt'IT IV .A'0 FOR FLAGLKH with the Northerly
r <'O1TT lf'IIACKRV. 4W1 boundary of the S4 foot right-of
BRENDA U way of ICth Road: thence South
6PIZIQ.Plaintiff.. 7lr IS* Ease alone the aald
,., Northerly rirht-of-way boundary.
GERALD A. SPIZIO. a distance of 1XSMI feet to an
defendant. Intersection with the Euterlyboundary
jfoncB OR !irr of the lid foot >
THE STATE OK FLORIDA, TO: I way of State Read. No. AlA: thence
OKRALD A. SPI2IO North If U' *! Weet al.r.c saidEasterly
e JUt Birch Avenue rirht-of-way boundary. a
State Line (at Lake Tahoe) I distance .of tile feet, thence
California I North 71 0r 1C* East a distanceof
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 11121 feet to the point of beginning
that a suit has been flU4 .ra.lut of this dae'iptoa.
yon by BRENDA U SP1ZIO Thoseattorney
of record U Bruce K. PARCEL II Being a part of
Davit. of Crescent City. Florida). I Section 44i Township It South
i Range II East and more particularly -
la the above entitled f>auM. andy
described aa fellows: Beginning -
enre '
upon toe P1areudfrsattoorrney whose at a concrete monument
name and address appear hereon. marking Northeasterly cornerof
your written defenses. If any to said Section 41, Township 11
the Amended Complaint In said South. Range II East aa a point
y not copy of whleh la delivered to of reference. and running thence
ft TOG herewith oo or before the Htb South !> *r 41- East along the
day of July. X D 1I$4. I Easterly line of the said Section
1 Herein fall not or decree pro I 4*. a distance of 2STr. feet to
: coafeaeo will be entered against an intersection with the center
Ht you for the relief prayed for In (I I line of MalaCompra Head: thencecontinuing
the Amended Complaint South 1IT' 4t Bast
The nature of said suit being for I along the said Easterly line a
d..rM a vlaeulo atrlmonlU distance of 1IMJ1 feet to the
WITSBS8 my hand and the seal point of beginning oT this descrip
of said <'oul'18 Flamer County Lion; thence conttnvtag Sowlh It*
f Ft.ri4a. this llth day of June IT5> Est along the Mid Easterly
AD. ITI line a distance of up.n feet:
(MAL) SUTTHEi thence South '1'1I r 15 ..t.
ClerkA th* Circuit Court distance of till.), feet to aa Intereectloa -
*.. 11-!1 A July 2.9--lte I with the Basterly boundIT -
o.f the tat toot rt rhtofwayof
I\ TilE rorvrr: JIIMIR e 'O'RT Mate Read No. AlA; thence
'HI AMI Wtn PL4GLKH': ro l'\. North II* SC n.t.. along said
I TV. FIAbR1111" I'll PHORTR Easterly riarht-of-war tawi CALF So. eBa i of 1IIT" feet: tte.ce
IN RK: Estate: of I North Tl* .r M- K.st a ttetaaoe
W. CORBKTT 5t1.LitiAN I of II,.., feet to the Mint .f be-
glnnlag of this deecrinttew.Together .
TO .ALL P'IIftII\ 1II'TIRIiSTJln: .. .tUthe t.....tats.
IN inn SIITATS! : or SAID DS. he 'u.e.t. card ay*.rte.aBCestfc
CSMNZ' re Mito belonging

r ,. ;m:,<< rr ,, !U h r Vr ',! TCM ARE HBRRBT notified that I 't t :.It 1 display eeatIerL
a written Initroweat purporting :II I dl.f4ey ee.atera
to be the last will and t..taafoftt ? :* glass display ceaertees
of MM dece4e ha been admitted J :* Irtaw display c.Mtatu.
,to probate' In tale court Tou are } :.It C ..oMd coveter.
hereby ewRMMnded within sit t'1.... I ticket booth- .
dL ...**. from the date of the Ant R. C Alle*. C total ah re *sJ -
'. -------- pvbileatloA of this notlee to appear t...
tn thle court and sow eauM, sutoseetk ticket dispenser
If say you CAB way the acttaji j ltt Jee*. CT V
ef this .* rt ta admn&nr said wlll trllrs made tI.F. NaUoML
la probate ah eU4 not tand ... ! :? w* *-'" t'IC'IOJ..r.!'
It's an important discovery! n w. 1 un F !.. reed pbt>.
gasoline !'Iet.h'l. Ii .
/ T, K. McKxrat t* ml.c.JUneous hand toola
County Judre Fi..ln I typewr4t. ,r. Rewng+n.
steps up octane performance 00 effectively that it slops power-wasting Oeuntr. Florida 'I Mdtask to h., .t*** (C drawer)
knock Ftr t ...t&..tJoa: June 4. itlt. "St .....t..r
better than
other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore .
any June 1 -1/-* -Ite } adding machine,

evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine stands up under has 1 been typewriter 51e4 table
against and
extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and are 1'foq"1h'oII t. serve yen a ev yea of
l t a"t 3ftagl" crlbunr y'onr Aaawer at' pleadings totbth.
Crown Extra) .. at no increase in 1 aaN'oa &. .* on the eal.wr.

price! Another important that DCXXCLUMRS. FLORIDA 4..U.2SP'twlT.VmcenHr rr'"
way .A.rtr1 IVjwsule tVHv*. TMTtMa
[STANDARD ti1a. .M Ale the atftfta1
I tee take better core of your car. '.n..t or pleedleg t. tt.e lea
l k of the CIrsf Ces t.
X. B. rDLLKR. later Ltb ?
......y4endem.rl S P1artoh."feN the
:4thday '1.Jty. 1144. 1! nos fahr

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T8 "au U MlataamM ckarc. If you are anxious to get away *
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WAITRESS WANTEDPreferablyover looking for meals that are cool, Super Market and Saturday,
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Marineland, phone 4392023. recommend tossed, arranged, GRADE "A"
June 18-Itc and molded vegetable and fruit
salad. Served with as the main
FOR SALE-Fiberglass water feature or as a refreshing ac- Q
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439.2145, Flagler Beach. 6-18-tfc salads offer plentiful nutrientsand or
----- -- often fewer calories. Use
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ID 7.3563 or ID 73669. 6-18-tf out other flavors. READY TO FRY

FOR SALE-1960 BSA Scrambler Spinach, cabbage, endive, TO- $
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well lettuce, make
as Interesting
ID 73596. 6-18-ltp
leafy salads. Spinach, for
WANTED Old dishes, furniture example, has nine times more ;
lamps, dolls, guns, Jewelery, and vitamin A than an equal servo Lbs. r
clocks. Mable Wettstaln, 1640 ing of lettuce; watercress has BEEF 3 99
Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, four times as much vitamin A.
phone 4392140. 6.4-tfc The darker the green, the more For
vitamins and minerals they
FOR SALE OR TRADE on Highway -
1, Allendale, 4 large rooms have. Wash salad greens, dry U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
tile bath, masonry, plus 4-room with a towel or In a lettuce III '
May garage 21tfWANTED apt. Phone 4392140. basket retain, and crispness.store In plastic bagsto Steak 79 Steak 59

Cottage cheese teams well
IRONING to do at my with vegetables and fruits in
home, reasonable. Pick up it de. scores of combinations. Eggs, ALL MEAT LOUIS' HOME MADE
livery. Phone ID 73669. meat, and fish provide a basis u Lb.
10-24-4f for a main course meal. Flor STEW 69' Sausage 39<
ida's wealth of seafood offers
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
many salad ideas. Beef, pork,
fields installed; snail shell. Rea chicken, and ham salads are always
sonable prices. Call George Ja popular.
rat ID 7.3410 8-1-tf Wilson ShorteningBakerite HENDERSON PILLSBURY

CONSTIPATED? Qadctit ; in 471atlda
To prove PUUN-EVAC containing
Prune. Flga & Senna !. world'. SUGAR FLOUR
Smo laxative-o-thest hurry. beat to and moat natural (By HtrrY Sharp)

MOODTS PHARMACYfor (Continued from Pace 2)

40 tablet generous for FREE Tie. Over SAMPLE 1000.000 or This spring ticks are also 3 Lb. 5 Lb. Lbeh
old each year. showing up In the lawns of 47 385 38
"""' .some homes. R. lag lag
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER The same treatment will kill
BEACH REALTY CO both fleas and ticks. It's .triple
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,I approach of treating pets, Inside
WATER FRONT, FARMS, the house and the lawn area. Limit 1 With $5.00 or Limit 1 With $5.00 or Limit 1 With $5.00 or
ACREAGESee A 5 per cent malathion or a More Food Order More Food Order More Food Order
ui for your real estate need Sevin 5 per cent dust are effec
Office Phone HE 9.2242 tive flea killers on pets. For an Everfreth
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 indoor flea tick control, apply a E'
or ID 73517m : ready-prepared household spray
containing malathion or Sevin. H. C. (Aut Flavor' ) Dig 46 Oz.
A sprayer, a paint brush, or
a pump type oil can Is excel. Each FRUIT DRINKS 3 For 'I00
lent for applying Insecticides to f9c
cracks In the floors, around baseboards Sunripe No. 2 SLICEDPINEAPPLE
and In other dark por-
R Red Ripe (Ice Cold) Water For
tected places. Be sure to spray 2 49*
mats and furniture on which Each
MELONS 6ge Showboat 300 Can
pets sleep. Use malathion or
dlazlon Inside the home. PORK BEANS 4 Cans 39
For an lutdoor attack on pet Yellow (Cello) AND *
pests, use a jay spray attach. 3 Lb Shurftne 303 (FRUIT)
ment on the garden hose .Spray ONIONS Bag 19. For 00Sealdiweet
The Flagler' Tribune mixtures containing malathionor COCKTAIL 4 i

dlazlon to kill fleas and ticks. Muuelman' 15 Ox. JarAPPLESAUCE2For
Prompt Service As fleas like dry, sandy areas I
for breeding, be sure to spray 39c
Phone IDlewood 7-3282 under the house, under the tool
shed and In the sand bed where
Bunn Il Florida DAIRY SPECIALS -
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Church school time is 9:45: .
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A.M. and morning worship is at j
11 o'clock. Rev. Ernest Taylor -
Miss Trudie MassIe and Mich will be guest speaker this Sun I .
ael George Cook, exchanged I II PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
wedding vows In a double ring day.About 20 ladles attended the THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
ceremony Friday, June 12, at the I luncheon meeting of the Wom II III JUNE 18, 19, 20, 1964
home of the bride's grandfather, I an's Society of Christian Service

Daytona D. F. Fuquay Beach., 502 Rev.Earl Howard Street,' of Mrs.last Bob Thursday Henderson at the with home Mrs. I We Feature Low Prices and Top Quality Every Day

Porter, First Methodist BernIe Wilson co-hostess. -
Bunnell, officiated. Mrs. Keith Lovell presided in
The bride Is the daughter of the absence of Mrs. Ray Lehr, Florida Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn Armour Star
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie, president. The program given WHOLE ONLY VAC PAC

Flagler 1820 South Beach.Central The bridegroomis Avenue, by Mrs. Lovell of pledging.stressed Mrs.the Wilson importance - Lb. Lb. *

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert assisted with the program. Fryers 29 FRANKS 49

Cook, 802 East Magnolia Ave The next meeting will be at
Bunnell. Limit Three Please
9:30 A.M.
the church at on
Given In marriage by her July 9th.COMMUNITY. TENDER SLICED-BABY BEEF
father the bride street
wore a
length gown of silk organza CHURCH Lb.
with Chantilly lace bodice fashioned Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. Lb. LIVER 49
with a scolloped neckline. with classes for all ages. Morn- BACON 49
Her headpiece was a chapel veil Ing worship is at 11 o'clock with
of lace and net. She wore a gold Dickert,
and pearl pendant, a gift of the
bridegroom. Her corsage was a BAPTIST CHURCH CORN FED CENTER RIB RIB OR CLUBPork
white orchid.
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. .
Miss Tess Massie, sister of the ? Lb.
and morning worship is at 11 Chops 69 *
bride, was maid of honor. She 79
o'clock with Rev A. F. Stevens,
wore a azure blue silk dress
pastor. Training Union is at
with a corsage of yellow carna
6:45: and evening worship is at
tions. Miss Jean Weatherby of
Waynesvllle, N. C., and Mrs. 7:45. FOLGER'S INSTANT HERSHEY'S

Albert Phillips of Atlanta, Ga., .
Mrs. Frank Lenceski and children
were bridesmaids. They were Susan, Joanne and Mike, 10 Oz. $9 SUGAR5Lb.
of the bride. They wore Coffee
from Ft. Bragg, N. C., are visiting
gowns of pale yellow silk with Jar
with her mother, Mrs. Louise
yellow carnation corsages. 5 Lb
Taylor, for three weeks.
David Cook was best man. Save 56c Per Jar
The groomsmen were Paul John Marie Bag
Mrs. Blackburn and
son of Savannah, Ga., and Albert .
Phillips of Atlanta, Ga. children, Larry and Jean, from Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Crum, W.Va., are visiting for a
The brides mother wore awhlte'
month with her son In law and
ilk sheath dress' with daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Nel 2/ CAN DELMONTE TETLEY'S 64 COUNT
accessories and
pink a corsageof
son on Daytona

pink bridegrooms carnations.The .mother worea For Tea 59*
beige silk dress with match. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson Peaches 3 $1 Bags
\ Ing accessories and a corsage of and children, David, Debra and :
pink carnations.A Dale, will return this Sunday
reception was held In the after a weeks visit with his parents 300 CAN SWEET TREAT CRUSHED BRACH'S ASST'D FLAVORS
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson

Fuquay the home punch with serving bowl Miss Sue and the Fuquay Miss wedding Ann at I Continued of South Renova To Page, Pa.8SMITH Pineapple L.: 39< CANDY Per Bag 29*

cake. They are also cousins of
the "bride; Mrs. Philip Kester,
46 Oz. Delmonte Blended
aunt of the bride, kept the CALL I 303 SUNLITE
brides book. Assisting were Mrs. PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
Roy Smith and Mrs. Wade Reed. Licensed ElectricianPh. For Tomatoes pi
The refreshment table was JUICE 3 $1
overlaid with a white satin 439-2017-Flagler Beach
damask cloth. An arrangementof Limit i Eight Please

white mums, shasta daisies rnwm SHURFINE SALAD
and glads formed the center I GOLDEN WHEAT DINNER WARE
piece and was flanked with CommunityMemorial Qt. INSIDE ** J4DUZ
candlebras.The I ChIntrrle..mtnalt..l ch I' Dressing 39
bride is a graduate of GiantSize
Howey Academy, Howey-ln-the Limit; One Please i 99'Limit
Hills and is employed at Sou-
them Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Daytona Av*. 'I' FROZEN FOODS

Cook is at present attending Of. FLAGLER BEACH
fleets Candidate School at Camp Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I 6 Oz. SEALDSWEET FRESH PRODUCE
Standing. He is a graduate of Church Service 11:00 A.M.

Bunnell High School. Both have ft W. DICKKUT, rater Lemonade 88* Red and Ripe 2 FOR
attended the Daytona Beach For
Junior College. I *
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Physician Surgeon, D. O. For ORANGE

Announce! the$ 2 39


the practice of FROM OUR NEW EGG COOLER

MEDICAL WEIGHT CONTROL Joe Grain's Twin Oaks Poultry
134 S. Beach Beach Fla. Florida, Grade "A" Medium
Daytona |
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take advantage, of u.these T. Cook extra Agency coverages.is ready Telephone to help 437-3361 you or More Food ti Light Bulbs, : Oz. Pkgs. Uncle Ben's

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Phone 437-3301 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. nIL Saturday, June 20, 1964 Saturday, June 20, 1964 :;: Saturday, June 20, 1964BAGE




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Canakaris- Oliver Mrs. Flossie Richardson spent I I .GW.INGo ...-'" \"

Miss Patricia Lane Oliver of the past weekend in Daytona I ARMOUR STAR ((10.12 lb. Avg.) SMOKED
and Mrs.
Beach, the guest of Mr.
Canakaris Daytona Beach, Bunnell and, were Ronald mar.E. Lawrence Upson. On Sunday f Whole Full
evening the Upsons entertainedwith H A M
ried at 2 p. m. June 11 at St. a cookout' honoring their S Ib 45

Demetrios G r e e k Orthodox daughter in law, Mrs. Richard Shank Half
Church, Daytona Beach.
Upson. The occasion was her I
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Oliver, birthday anniversary. Buff Half Ib.U. C CENTER ILSLICES
2420 S. Peninsula Drive, and the Mrs. Walter Knight is in 10. 79'Ib.
bridegroom is the son of Dr. and
this week with her sis.
Mrs. John M. Canakaris, Bun S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
ter Mrs. Horace Locke, who un.Iderwent
: major surgery at the
nell.Fr. '
John P, Athas performed Tampa General Hospital Monday -
the double ring, candlelight service I I I morning. She is reported as STEAK 49
in the presence of the: recovering satisfactorily. 9

couple's families. II Choice JuicyALL
The bride wore a white or Mr. and Mrs. John 'McKenzie
gandy and linen sheath and and little daughter, Chris, accompanied *
carried a satin covered Bible l Mrs. Lady Allen to MEAT STEW lb. 69
topped with an orchid. Her Green Cove Springs Sunday to
jewelry was a strand of pearls. I II I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hlrris
Mrs. John P. Athas was mal
Long. They were accompanied
Lean Western (FIRST CUT) Select Western
tron of honor and Fr. Athas was home by Sara Paige Long who
best man. will spend a week here. PORK CHOPS BEEF LIVER
The bride was born in Chicago

': and moved to Daytona Beach in Mr. and Mrs. George Clegg 3 Ib*. $100 3 Ib*. $100
I 1947. She is a graduate of Sea. and family are visiting in Stur-
breeze High School where she gis, Kentucky, with her parents.
was active in Trl HI Y, and the

Spanish Honor Society. She was Mrs. H. T. Cook, who under.
m.Y Sweetheart. At Jacksonville' went surgery at the Halifax U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF CUT AND WRAPPEDFOR

University, which she attended, Hospital in Daytona Beach last
she was a member of Omega week, was moved to the local
Tau Alpha sorority. Mrs. Cana. hospital Sunday to recuperate.Miss .
karis is employed by Belk-Llnd- Sides Forequarters Hindquarterslb.

sey.Mr. I Sara Rodgers, who Is lb. lb.
Canakaris also was born teaching with the U.S. Armed 480 39C 59*
in Chicago and moved to Flor- Forces in Seoul, Korea, spent
rida in 1952. He is a graduate the past week here with her
of Bunnell High School, wherehe parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rod Duncan Mines 19 Oz. Pkg. A't. Flavors 3 Oz. Pkg.
was a member of Hi-Y, Beta gers. She left Sunday for a vacation Swiss Choc.) Each
Club and the French Club. lie in France. She will return CAKEYeMixine.PPi: For J JLLLU 10*
attended the University of FlorA here to spend some time $100Our
. ida and was a member of Phi with her parents before returning .
Delta Theta. lie is employed by to Seoul in the fall. Value 303 Can LIPTON'STOMATOES

Florida Home Builders. I A For $ Mr. and Mrs. Canakaris will Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullock
make their home at 609 Oak and sons, have returned to their t TEA
ridge Boulevard; home, Haw Creek, after spending Our Value 300 CanPORK
a week with Mr. Bullock's For Pkab' 29c
BEANS 10 $1
James Robertson is visiting in mother who is ill In Denton, A ND

Ft. Campbell with his sister, Maryland. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
about two weeks. (Continued on page 8)
Pilltbury' (Plain or Self.Riiing) _

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THEATREPhone 437.3681 Bag!' 38c OLEO l Qtr,n 29*

Box Office Open 7:15 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS
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4 Z.uw I Sunday June 21, 1964 Sunday, June 21, 1964 ) Sunday, June 21, 1964

:-.Jill I

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Lemmon gleefully intervene when Carol Lyn1ey cm4' I Ih

Dean Jones try an experiment in premaritalplatonic to-
getheme."in Columbia Picture -Under the Yum Yum Tr e7 I
Lemmon with
starting Sunday at the BUNNELL THEATRE.
his own plan for CaroL stars: in the Frederick Irlon production l Phone 437.3227OPEN

; other co-tar include Edle Adam Xmogene Coca I SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL ,
In color 1* based on the Broadwaytage StOO '
end Paul Lynde. Film. a.m.--ls00 p.m. ,, \
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Books Are My Dish I are sure to come upon some f sheer cotton print of jonquils same thing and, at least, FieldIng .II amused. After Tom Jones Eng-
.and pink poppies. was not trying to sell de lish writers began writing nov I
(By Dorothy Romans) thing exciting. Young children
I are finding Mary Slndelar's children's Readers have been asking for tergents. His style is splendid, els. Fielding started something.
It's hammock time. Hang a i; books she gave to the 11. i ii 1 our copy of Tom Jones. But we
hammock In a cool, shady place. exciting. I must warn them /to rememberthat
And spend the afternoon in it i brary :I before Tom Jones was writ. 'I"I"CRAIG
with an armful of books, a i I wish Henry Fielding, the ten prose was devoted to essays, FUNERAL HOME
plate of cookies and a pitcher I author of the first English novel,I I sermons, and philosophical dis
of lemonade. One way to be In Tom Jones, could know that not courses. A story was made into A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
Paradise.At only did the movie made from i I a play or a long poem, or a JOHN CAPO Associate
the Flagler Woman's Club his book get all manner of,II ballard. Evidently Fielding, inventing I I AIR'CONDITIONED
Library, a space has been mark. awards, but it is influencing the the novel form for England I I LADY OXYGEN
ed of where children can browse fashion scene. ,Which is a record I could not get away from I I EQUIPPED
among books. for a book over a century lengthy comments/ the "Gen. CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
Browsing, as any booklover, old. Vogue carries pictures of I!tIe Reader" that held up the nar
knows, is as great a pleasure as Suzy Parker in a Tom Jones rative to an irritating degree as Phone ID 7-3532
reading. A library is a cave full shirtwaist and The New Yorker I I far as a modern reader is con. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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Annual Summer tend this summer school will report Cold Water I even if they are not altogether rid of dirt.
to Coach Jack Hardln at

8 A.M. at the high school on UseYou ti1.1.StiSYt,
To Run Detergent
Program June 22. The summer school
will run througuh July 31. No I probably have been hearing
June 22 to July 31 student will be allowed to take about using cold water detergents
more than one course. There for your home laundary. AMBULANCE
The summer program for the will be no charge of the summer Florida Agricultural Extension PHONE VAI|
Bunnell schools will run from I SERVICE FLORIDA
school. Service home economists say try
June 22 through July 31. Registration
Any student In grades ten them, but do so with thought s 0
for all the activities will
through 12 desiring to attend I and care. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
",. be from 9 A.M. to 12 noon on
summer school at Mainland The new cold water detergents are always at your service with promptness safety and
Monday, June 22, In the high
High School should to Mr.
report promise less fading and ironingas experience.
gym.Reading Cannon before June 15. well as less shrinkage. Industry .
will be offered for With. the cooperation of every. says that the advantages : Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalators
grades 2.10 Monday through one, we hope to have a very of the new detergents are that
Friday mornings from 8 to 12 successful summer program. they make fabrics last longer, Garcia Funeral HomeP.
o'clock. Mrs. Inez Manuel will
conserve hot water and keep
be In charge of this program. LITTLE LEAGUE I i I stains from setting. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

be a new addition to the June 24-Yankees vs. Cardinals !. I However, home economists
elementary emphasize that hot water will ---
recreation program. Any ; Braves vs.. White Sox.
or high school student interested still be frequently necessary to
June 26-Cardinals vs. Braves
in acting should register White Sox vs. Yankees. get rid of greasy soil. Equip. VIt4
at the high school gym be. ment manufacturers continue to
June 29-Yankees vs. Braves;
tween the hours of 9 to 12 Mon Cardinals vs. White Sox. advise homemakers to stick to t4A

day, June 22. July 1-White Sox vs. Braves; hot water for children's underwear
The first production "The Yankees vs. Cardinals. sheets and pillow cases. turf, qou AC& ifou( doctGb'tlttq \..,
Dolls on Dress Parade," will be July 3-White Sox vs. Yankees. Some of the detergents carrya
presented at 2 P,M. Friday, June Cardinals vs. Braves. great deal of brightener,
26, In: the high school auditor July 6-Braves vs. Yankees; making laundered fabrics look {
um. The cast of this play has White Sox vs. Cardinals. cleaner, whiter and brighter

already been selected and costumes July Yankees vs. Cardinals;
are in the making. Braves vs. White.Sox.
Arts and crafts will be offered HASTINGS MATTRESS
July 10-Cardinals vs. Braves; I
each day in the morning and Yankees..vs.. White Sox. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

on Monday and Wednesday aft. July 13-Braves vs. Yankees; 710.12 Lemon St.

ernoons. White Sox vs. Cardinals. Palatka, Florida
The Civic Center will be openon July 15-Yankees vs. Cardin. Phone EA 5.9166
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons als; White Sox vs. Braves. Furnltu-t, Upholstering
from 2 to '5 for various July 17-White Sox vs. Yank. Repaired & Refinished
activities such Mattresses A Box Spring
as checkers
ees; Braves vs. Cardinals.
Made to Order.Also RenovatedCall
bingo ping-pong, dancing, chess,
July -Cardinals vs. White Laura Morris 437. 233
shuffleboard and horse shoes. Sox; Yankees vs. Braves. After 6:00 P. M.
Mrs. Laura Morris will be In
July 22-Braves vs. White Sox
Noun >*ttc>Upttoft to
charge of this part of the pro. Cardinals vs: Yankees. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. f
gram. She will be assisted at :July 24 CHAMPIONSHIPGAME. Just as near as your
the Civic Center by Coaches Bo Phone or Post Office kndct: oott 'Rc alL )' uq Sick(
Manuel and Clifford McGriff. Drop Us A Card or Call
Rules will be explained at the
All boys from grades four 'organizational meeting. Free Pickup & Delivery

through seven interested in --- .
playing Little League Softball,
report to the Softball field at I
the football stadium Monday
afternoon at 5 o'clock ,June 22. tf1

This includes all boys 'going in. . ,. I
to the fourth trade and all boys -

going into the eighth grade. The 0
purpose of this meeting is to 10
choose teams, assign teams to
managers, so that play can be.
gin on June 24 at 5 P.M. Coach
McGriff and Coach Manuel will w
r Sanray MILLION
be in charge of the Softball pro.

gram.Swimming will be offered DOLLARRATE

from 9 to 12 Monday through a
Friday beginning Tuesday, June
23. There will be a non-swim*

mer group, intermediate group, REDUCTIONfor ';,

and a swimmer group. Each r are Q
group will be given 30 minutesto
an hour of instruction. There
will be no charge for the swim. FP&L
ming program this summer
Coach McGriff and Coach Man. CUSTOMERSOur
uel will be in charge of the

swimming program. Anyone ekttrfo
starting in the first grade in rate reduction now
September, and grades up may hialm it a whole
join in this group. lot cheaper to goalMtctrlc
There will be a summer school than to

for the seventh, eighth and ninth UM wnrvlcm.a combinationof .

grade students, offering coursesIn
English, Science and Math. The money you
nave can orate an
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CARD OF THANKS I 25, according to Scout Leader
May we take this method of ; Mrs. Bob Whitney. 'Z t Sr

i 1'.u01ta&t1I thanking our neighbors and ti.,.,S ,
I .
I.friends for their many kind ex. R. C. Tillman Sfl. 1. 1,
I of sympathy In our Is Moving To
1 Page 5) .
Continued from
( bereavement. We would also I Flagler Beach ..
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
like to express our appreciation R. C. Tillman professional
Diamond two days this week I
Mr. to all those friends for the many!I pest exterminator, has bought
I were their aunt and uncle, I
and Mrs. Harry Costopoulous of thoughtful deeds of kindness extended I I the Pal Parker home in Flag.
during her long Illness. ler Beach and in the process of
I Fort Pierce.
We are deeply grateful. moving there from Ormond
The family of Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durrance
Mrs. Gladys Deen. Mr. Tillman said he and Mrs.
will have as their house guest
next week her cousin, Miss Su- Tillman and her daughter, Joy
Mills will be located in their
zie French of Girardeau,
.J/a Lr3eaclz new home before July 1. His
business address will continue
Miss Beverly Rodgers,
the In Eustis, in Daytona Beach.METHODISTS.
spent past year Continued From Page 4
has returned to her home here. f
i + r
She plans to attend junior col. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bourne and

lege next fall. children, Betty Lynn, Ann, Lee, TO \

Jr., and Kathy, have Just re I OBSERVE I
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. turned after a few days visiting
Bradley at their home in Espanola with relatives in South Carolina. I FATHER'S DAY In Florida.
include their son and daughter Mrs. Fred League Mrs. Bournes' .
Rev. Howard Porter said the 11
in law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond mother, accompanied them
First Methodist Church this Sun
Bradley and two children, their trip but stayed in South I day will observe Father's Dayat at a picnic beer is a natural
Kenny and Delores, of Hampton Carolina for an extended, visit the 11 o'clock worship 'serv. ,
Va.; their son in law and there and in Georgia. I
ice. His sermon: topic will be outdoor with
When favorite
relaxing at beauty
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. I your spot
"No Weakling. friend or family and your thirst's whetted by fresh air and exercisethat's
Brannon and children, Mike and
Recent visitors of Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Porter.and fame
the ideal time for a cool, refreshing glass of beer. In
Nancy, of Tucson, Ariz. Also Mrs. J. D. Perritt were Mr. and I
ily were honored at a special
fact, you can name your recreation-swimming, hiking, or just
their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth
Mrs. Milton Alexander and 1 welcome reception following the watching TV-and chances are nothing in the world fits it quit
Hoffman and children, Marcia daughters Ginger and Gay, I
Sunday morning service last as well as beer.
and Lisa, of Auburndale. from Dallas, Texas. Mr. Alexander
,I is Mrs. Perrltt's brother. Sunday. Your familiar glass of beer is.also a pleasurable reminder that
f we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy
Mr.: and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna
Sponge crabs camouflage beer and ale, if we so desire, is ju t'one. foot *n imnorrnr"me.. of
have as their house guests Mrs. The Junior Girl Scout Troop themselves by planting living those freedoms.
I personal
I Ned Palmer and daughters, Pat '90S plan to meet the last Thursday sponges on their backs, Marine.

and Mickie and son Mike, of I in each month during the land reports. The crabs seem to tF\ In Florida..beer goes: v. .: ..... \.ul.tt.(: uation
I Dayton, Oregon. Mrs. Palmer fs The next will know that aren't
summer. meeting goodto
sponges INC.a
Mr. Kudrna's niece. be held.on the beach on June eat but little crabs are. ::. .
I -
Mrs. Charles McKnight and

sons,' Ken and Terry, and Mrs. t
Bertha Grimes returned Tuesday i. .
from a visit In South Carolina
with relatives. Mrs. McKnight :

plans to leave dqrlng the week. S
end to join her husband who is .1 : CHEVROLETmakes

I temporarily stationed with the

t U. S. Navy in California. i

\ :
Mr. and Mrs. Black .'
Claude i "

well, parents of Mrs. Alfred all types of quality trucks
Tucker, have returned to their .
I home in Montgomery, Alabama,
after an extended visit here

with the Tuckers. .

I Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner of .
j Baxley, Ga., are here, the guests
|I of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells, t

families and other members of their I kt5149wcuiilEowrikuiwTi I 1 1

Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Craig
spent the past weekend in

Bradentown visiting with Mr. A 4''' F
and Mrs. 3i .
Jimmy Wade :,

S Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel S

are enjoying! a camping vaca : S

tlon in the Ocala National Forest *

near Alexander Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durranceand

children, Rebecca and Lc-
ona Ann are spending several

week at Flagler Beach They j .
are located at the Kendall ,
Apartment. 4'S

I / / / 111
Miss Carol Craig spent the

past w.+kend In Gainesville.Mrs. .

Carolyn Smith who underwent apt /1 111 S : / : 1 -i /

surgery at the Halifax : : $ .
Hospital in Daytona Beach last 4S' 5
week has returned to her home

here, Dccn Road where she Is fi '

Mrs. Dorothy Patlllo under.

went surgery In the Flagler Hospital
in St. Augustine last Wed

ncsday. She is the former Doro ; CHEVROLET ,
thy Way of Bunnell. "t
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