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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 25, 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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r. f VOLUME 52, NO. 25 BVNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR

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Funeral Service Sign Up Now i WILLIAM LENSSEN McGraw to Head


: Held Sunday For I For Glaucoma Public Park In


;z I Mrs. Muzyka Clinic July 16 I!' ji1ly Flagler CountyA.

L Mrs. Jessie Viola Muzyka pass Through the Joint sponsorshipof G. McGraw has been appointed f
r'; ed away early Friday morningat the Lions Club and Flagler I superintendent of Flor

the local hospital after an illness Post 115, The American Legion, ida's newest state park, Wash.
of several weeks duration.She a glaucoma detection clinic will ington Oaks Gardens In Flagler
be held in the civic center here County. according to an an. -.
was born in Bradford Thursday July 16. |I nouncement by State Park DI.
County, Florida and had residedin
Every person:fronr 2T years ore
rector, N. E. MUler.'j
I Ia
,
Flagler County for the past up are urged to obtain from any J The appointment will become
46 years. She was 71 years of member of the Lions the
or effective July 1st, when the ?
r age. Legion Post a card that is to be J State officially takes over opera.

'. Mrs. Muzyka was a memberof filed in that will provide for a i 'Lion of this new 000-acre state
the First Baptist Church of free examination of the eyes on I park. McGraw has been servingas
that date. Examination will take superintendent for Tomoka
Bunnell
and the Royal Neighbors
of America. but a few minutes, Is painless State Park, north of Ormond
:and may be the means of saving William Lenssen of Bunnell, Beach
She .survived by eight was awarded Bachelor of Arts
!your sight. a Oaks
Washington State Parkis
daughters, Mrs. Pearl Blakely, MICHAEL PARKER It is stated that one out of degree June 13 at Bowdoln Col situated south of Marlneland
Mrs. Pauline Lovelace, Mrs. I
Louise Cantrell, Zena Muzyka, EARNS DEGREE every seven persons in the Unit. |lege's 159th Commencement ex on Highway AlA. It i* boundedby
ed States lost their sight becauseof ercises. the Atlantic Ocean on the
Marie Muzyka, Mrs. Margaret FROM M. I. T. this eye condition known as President James Stacy Coles east and the Intracoastal Waterway
all of I
Clegg, Mrs. Ann Hunter,
Bunnell, and Mrs. Betty Haw. Michael Noel Parker, son of glaucoma. Yet blindness from of Bowdoin presented the dlplo. on the west It was donatedto
this disease need not happen if ma during traditional ceremon the state by Mrs. Owen D.
and Mrs. Marvin H. Parkerof
kins of East Palatka; two sons, Mr.
I I the condition Is found early and lea held In the First Parish Young, widow of the former
the bachelorof
Paul Forsythe of East Palatka, Bunnell, received
treatment is started at once. Church at the edge of the campus chairman of the board of Gen.
and C. H. Muzyka of Houston, science degree in electrical
In glaucoma, the fluid which in Brunswick. eral Electric Corporation.Two .
Texas; two brothers, Jim Brayof I engineering at the 98th com
normally flows through the inside Lenssen, son of Mrs. Nicole former employees of Mr*.
Bunnell and Bill Bray of Day exercises of the Mas.
mencement
I. of the eyeball does not Lenssen of ((369 Middlesex Rd.) ,i Young have been hired to serve
tona Beach. Also surviving are Technol.ogy
of
sachusetts Institute
drain out as quickly as it forms. Darien, Conn., is a graduate of as Rangers at grand
16 children, 9 great grandchildren Friday, June 12. Instead, the fluid gathers and Darien High School They are Ellsworth H. Combs
nieces and'
and several
He is a member of Lambda builds up until It presses Lenuen has majored in Economics and Thomas F, Stuckey.The .
nephews. Chi Alpha fraternity, having against the nerves fibers and at Bowdoln.A State Park Service expectsto
Serving as active pallbearerswere served as scholarship chairmanhis blood vessels feeding the seeing member of Delta Sigma Fra. open this area to the publicby

Blakely her, John six Clegg sons ,in T.law E. Love., Lee Junior year and Vice President part of the eye and the optic ternity, Lenssen has been a October' 1, 1964.

lace Jr., Richard Cantrell, Otis his senior year. He has nerve. member of the varsity cross
Hunter and Edward Hawkins. been active in the M. I.T. Con : Anyone at any age can have country squad during his year FLAGLER FARM BUREAU

Honorary were: Homer Brooks, cert Band, the Nautical Association glaucoma. It may develop in at Bowdoln. FELLOWSHIP SUPPERThe
H.: T. Cook, C. B. Eisenbach, D. the Outing Club, and Voo children or in young adults. He has also been a member of
However, 9S percent of Its vie. both the Glee Club and the Flagler Farm Bureau 1*
D. Moody, Paul Forsythe Jr., Door. the humor magazine. . -
Uma are past 40. Other diseases Chapel choir. having its first Fellowship Dinner
-
.... Thad-Slzemore John Canakarls; 'lfe Iii member of the American .
Infections
or may develop glau. A Tuesday evening June 30th
Lenuen Bow
a junior, won
J. D. McLardy, Kenneth Hunter, Electrical :
Engl
of
Institute coma. Glaucoma is not contag doln's Alexander Prize Speaking 7:30 o'clock at the Civic Center ,
end Dwayne Metts. neers, T Club, varsity lettermen'a lous. It cannot be caught from Contest for members and their families

Funeral services were held honory society, and Track Club. someone who already has the Ht ha participated in various and Invited guest !I

at three o'clock Sunday after. He has been on Dean's LIst. disease. interfraternlty sport. A good program has been I l
noon from the First Baptist lie Is now employed for the Get and fill in your card requesting worked out. Mrs. W. W. (Bill r

Church with the pastor, Rev. summer with Avco In Boston do. the free examination. Deen is In charge of plans for

Thomas Pinner officiating. He Ing research. This fall he plansto Bunnell Lions Club the dinner, and she and her aislsttint .

was assisted by Rev. Howard do graduate work at Stanford have planned a very
Porter of the First Methodist University. I CHURCH CONFERENCE Installed Officers fine dinner.

Church. Interment followed at I Everyone U urged to attend.
,l' the Espanola Cemetery. I CALLED FOR NEXT Tuesday EveningThe I

: Wilson at TUESDAY NIGHTA Bunnell Lion Club held William Patrick's
Nancy Sister Dies In
Four Teams On Church Conference and also It's Ladles Night and installation Tampa Saturday i
Tuesday night at the civic II
Sience Series at the First Quarterly Conference Mrs. Leta P. Holmes, sister of ,
Summer ProgramFollowing ofthe First Methodist Church will center. William Patrick of Bunnell, died
Miami UniversityNancy be held at the Church on Tuesday L. H. Church wa Installed as Saturday night at the McDill
the four little president; lit vice president J. "
are June 30 at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Alrforce Base Hospital.
league baseball teams which are Lee Wilson, 17-year-old Rev. Joe Tolle, Superintendent of J. Kelly; 2nd vice president, John She Is survived by her hus.
paticipaUng in the Bunnell Bunnell High School student the DeLand District of Methodist Seay; 3rd vice president, Dale band Col. G. H. Holmes of
School Summer Program: was one of more than 400 participants Churches, will preside at the Brown, Jrj; Secretary, E. A. Tampa two brother, William
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White SoxMCZDaIJerSI at a 'special series of! conference.The Smythe; Treasurer L. IL Drady
Patrick, Bunnell and Sam Pit
,
Mr. Barber and Mr. science lectures at the University conference Is being called Talltwliter, Willard Tucker. DI. rick of Orlando.Mr. .

Zimnml of Miami, June 1013.( : for the purpose to reevaluateand rector were Henry Burkes, Fred and Mr*. Patrick and

Rusty Improta, Russell Wet "How Man Looks at His i consider the present statusof Fruit Sharon attended the funeral
erington. George Revels, Mike Brain," was the topic for the I the building program. It i* Those presented 1 year 100 which was held In Tampa Mon

Zlmmerle Paul Porter, Gary series, co-sponsored by the I expected that.plans my be madeto percent perfect attendance pins I day. Burial will be In Arlington
Barber, Davy Solomon, Daniel American Association for the, break ground at an early were: L. L. Brannam Dale National Cemetery In Washington .
ZImmerle, James Robertson. Advancement: of Science at UM. date Brown, L. H Drady, George M. D. C
Hutch King, Henry Bratcher, Tim Lecturer was Dr. Robert B. Moody, Leonard Moody, Allen' .

Holt Johnny Taylor. Livingston, neurophyilologlst SEVERAL ATTEND Reynolds, Emil Smythe, L. H. MARY SMITH NAMED
Cardinals !I and chief of the General Research I I Church Jack Clegg, Fred Fruits,

ManoTtn Mr. Jo* White Support Branch of the DI. I DARE CONFERENCEFROM J, J. Kelley, Dewayne MetU, and SUPERVISOR OF

Tye Whitaker, Benny Geller,I vision of Research Facilities and' FLAGLER John Baggett
Cordon Worley, Ray Smith, Earl Resources, National Institute of Wlllard Tucker was presenteda I REGISTRATIONGovernor

Rice George Wetherington. Tom. Health. Those attending the final op. 14 year attendance tab. Pre Farris) Bryant l last
my Bratcher Herby McKelvin, eration DARE Conference In rented 11 year tab were L. II. i week appointed Mr*. Mary E.
John Cody, Charles Clegg. Carl The Holiday Lecture Series"are Gainesville Monday and Tues.I Drady, George Moody, Fred Smith a* the Supervisor of RegUtratlon -
McKelvin. Joe Arnold, Gregg cosponsored nationwide by' day from Flajler county were: i Fruits. Walter Morris was presented of Flagler County. She
Robertson, Chip Johnson. AAAS to give superior students R. W. Deen Jr., W. W. Deen, a 9 year tab L. L. Bran was named to nil the vacancy
BrortM and teachers the opportunity to Louis Stefllk. C. H Cowart Ly. nam, Leonard Moody, L. H. caused by the death of Mrs.
scientist discuss
Monagrt Mt. Foeh hear eminent man Cage Jack Clegg. Howard Church and John A. Clegg were Gladys Deen who had held the

Cliff Wetherington, George Koczwanski I their field series In depth. the first Taylor and Leonard Moody.I I presented 8 year tab. office since 1948.!
UM was
Winston Honuby, The In Florida. Attending Individual commodity .i Allen Reynolds wu presenteda Mrs. Smith was the democratic
David RIchardson. Mike Barber, ever presented conference: earlier In the, 2 year tab. nominee for the office. Mrs.Deen .
Mike Manuel Dudley Improta Miss Wilson who lives In month were Raymon Tucker and' Zone chairman and Mr*. Mel. did not seek reelectiondue I

Dickie Bradley, Chuck Herr, Flagler Beach, and the other L. E. Wadsworth.A vin Prather of New Smyrna to her health.A .
James Brannam Larry McKelvin. students attending the lecture, Beach were' present Lion Prath i
Gene Pellicer Gregg Grew were selected primarily on the display elt historical and er Installed the new officer complete let of original: !*.
Yank*** ;(but of grade average andstandard modern art valued at more Other out of town guest were''I sue of the National Geographic

MCIDCIVMr.. Roblnnon SCAT test score While than $1 million on any given Lion and Mr*. Oscar Gerllnger may coat a* much a* $18,000.To .
I
Bobby Robinson. Mike Robinson I I' In Miami they lived and ate at day, will occupy the centra exhibit and grandson, Oscar Miller, also meet the demand for rare
Hal King Glen Carle. John: UM* Mahoney Residence Hall space in the main ex of New" Smyrna Beach. early issues, the National Ceo

Cbok, Johnny: Geller, Tommy: They were also given special I hibltlon hall at the Florida graphic will reprint them. The
Botcher Jfacking.: ; Mike Durranee. toWS of UM research facilities State Exhibit at the New York Moray eel often feed on oc. reprint will be clearly marked,
Allan McCraney, David and the University 2GO acre,World' Fair In 1964-69. topus. Both are exhibited alive and are not Intended to replace

Hlgginbotharo. James Meadows. main campus. bow. at Marlntland. authentic early copies.




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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Jury ,J I964

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Uon rate. pest Numerous sacks or bags Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune (IIN THE COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT::
IN AND FOR FLAGLBit
Gardening In Florida Incidentally, don't blame genttanen dangling from follage-stripped i! TY HLORIDA* IN PROBATE COUN

(By HexYT Sharp*) aphid for the damage.It's rose bushes are mute evidence IN CAl::RE: BsUte NO. 866 of

a fact that flippant females of what happened to the leaves. PETERSON TEXACO W. CORB8TT! SULLIVAN.

Rose may be red-but you often reproduce generations aft. Hand picking and burning the SERVICE I deceased.

, will feel blue-If you don't pre. er generation without any males trash-glued pods will put an ROAD SERVICE t All NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORS the estate !of W.

vent bugs from gnawing on around. Regardless of sex, the I end to this leaf-eater. j I CORBBTT SULLIVAN, deceased
are hereby notified and requiredI
Work
I Mechanical
roses before they do. aphids feed by sucking the sap There are some 19 species of Light I to file any claims or demands
little varmints are sneaky that I i hone 4373441 Bunnell which they may have against said
The scale insects attack roses.
from the tender plants, causingthe 'I I estate In the office of the county
rascals. The moment you turn plant to become deformed. The most serious are Florida red amts Judge of Flagler County, Florida,

your back, they're apt to zip out Nature may take a hand In and cottony cushion scale. Rose : In ida the within courthouse six calendar at Bunnell month, Flor

nearby host plant and rate O. F. ALFORP> from the date rfist publication
from a controlling aphids. If you look scale Is a thlyd- pest. of this nOo'tlce Bach claim

begin munching on the best of Most scale Insects attach. Registered or demand must be In writing and
at an army aphids you may must state the' place of residence
rose In the garden.Not themselves to the rose plant I and post-office address
spot a friend, the syrphld-fly of the
Real Estate Broker
soon after hatching, and rarely i claimant and must be sworn to b1'the
only do Insects chomp larva, deflating the Juice froman claimant his agent or his at
move from their feeding site for torney or It will become void according -
lavra at the rate of Bunnell. Florida
away at the plants, but worstof aphid l to law.
all they eat the pride out of one a minute. The braconldwasp' the rest of their lives. Mealy I May 29th. 1964.:

To can deal a death bloc to bugs are an exception. They remain I II /SHELEN B. SULLIVAN
gardener's prestige. protect FOR
a BEQUEST BIDS Helen B. Sullivan
that pride you've got to hundreds of aphids by laying mobile throughout life. Notice 1* hereby given that the Executrix of the estate of
Board of County Commissioner of W.
These 'stlck-tlght"scales lose I CORBETT SULLIVAN,
conquer a horde of creatures Its eggs Inside the aphid. Flagler County Florida, will receive deceased.
their legs and antennae with sealed bids until the 6th day First publication date: June 4,
with chewing, sucking, piercingor If you don't have the patienceto of July 1964 at the hour of 9:00A. : 1964.
rasping mouth parts. wait out the battle -4>f na their first molt and become :M. In the office of the Clerk of June 4.11.18.26-4tc
I the in the
small round or pear-shaped out. nfrcr&Oo Flagler
The worst foes of roses are ture, then try a malathion spray. I e. Bunnell, FlorIda IN THR CIRCUIT COUnT SBV-
lines. The outer surface
may for the following: ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

thrips, mites (red spider) and Mites-or red spider-are six. take on a waxy covering, a powdery Gasoline Approximately, regular grade 21.000 In gallons bulk. COUNTY FLORIDA,IN IN CHANCERY.AND FOR FLAGLER NO. 4H61

aphids. legged crawlers no more than coat or a cottony finish. Approximately 18.000 gallons THE LAMAR LIFE INSURANCE

Young thrips are yellowish, 1/50 Inch long. Often there Is They feed ,by Inserting a tiny Diesel Approximately Fuel No. 2 600, in rations bulk. Diesel COMPANY corporation a Mississippi

minute, slender creatures. A quite a buildup of damage threadlike beak Into the rose I Motor Oil (MSDO-DM) In 6 gallon Plaintiff,
can.
mature wisp of a thrlp Is about dealing spiders before you no. plant and sucking out the plant i, Approximately rations, Motor ANIMAL LAND.,* INC, a Florida
1/40 Inch long. The little pests tlce that the rose leaves takeon Juices. Oil tins. SAE SO (MSDG) in 1 quart corporation et al.

feed by rasping the plant surface an off-yellow color.A Approximately 180 gallons Motor Defendants
Methods of controlling scales Oil, SAB 10 Non-detergent in 5 NOTICR TO APPEARIN
then sucking the sap as hand lens Is needed to dis gallon cans.Approximately. THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
and other Insects not
rose are FLORIDATO
It oozes from the wound. cover mites. You'll find some the same In very section of the in bulk.Approximately. 900 gallons Kerosene : ANIMAL LAND INC.. U. S.
In mites whitish and virtually 600 pounds Chassis Highway AlA
Often thrips fly to roses are state. Lube, multi-purpose. In 25-JI Ormond Beach Florida
huge numbers from nearby colorless. Others may be tan, lb. pall. YOU ANIMAL LlNDI INC., ARE
Approximately 3.600 pounds Gear HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint
plants."During flowering periods reddish or purple. Lube multi-purpose. In drum. of to foreclose a certain mortgage -
number of spray about 100 Ibs. or equivalent of all on the following described
Idea to1 dust the There are a
Ifs a good of the above specifications.Above property located In Flagler County,
blooms with either dleldrln or chemicals that will kill mites. Here Are Hints For quantities-are estimated to Florida to-wit:

old materials Include represent requirements for one (1) PARCEL I: Being: a part of Section -
llndane. Some standby year. Bids, therefore! must covera 40, Township 10 South, Range
Aphids are a menace to ten. Kelthane, Aramlte and Backyard BarbecueThis period of one year from the date II East, and more particularly described
of
acceptance and must be submitted as follows: Beginning ata
der rose shoots and buds be Tedlon. on prescribed bid forms. concrete monument marking the
These form. may be obtained at Northeasterly corner of the said
cause of their rapid reproduce Bagworms are an Interesting is the backyard barbecue the Clerk's office on request. Township 10 South
Envelopes must be sealed and :ro4Inat40 vast
) as a point of ref

...................-..-...-._....-..-..--..._.--._.._!.-!."-.."-..-!."-..1.1.1.:...1.1...:-.:-:.:-:.:-:.:-:.:-:.::-.::.::.::.::.:.::.:.::.:.::.:! season Tender, so steaks make, the chicken most halvesor of It. etc.plainly" marked "Bid on Gasoline erence 19* 67' 45 and* East running, along thence the Easterly South
jj'4 j The Board reserves the right to line of the said Section 40, ;
f.We quarters, your favorite fish, reject any and all bids. distance of 2S72.S5 feet to an Intersection

are pleased to announce that. :,|::, meaty ilbs-all these are prime 12th bated day at of June Bunnell.1964.OTIS Florida. this I. MalaCompra with Road the; thence center continuing line of-

4 barbecue fare. HUNTER. Chairman South 19* 67' 45" East along
Board of County Commissioners the said Easterly line a distance
ii ATTEST: of 2588.09 feet to the point of beginning -
j Riverside Furniture If it's ribs you are preparing, E. A. SMYTHS. Clerk. of this description; thencecontinuing
It's a good idea to bake them June 18-15-2tc1ST South 19* 57' 45* East
along the said Easterly line a
, for an hour before placing themon TIIR CIRCUIT/ COURT OF distance of 2640." feet to an Intersection
ii ht FLORIDA SEVENTH< JUDICIAL with the Northerly
the grill. This pre baking CIRCUIT IN AND FOIL PLAGLRR boundary of the 60 toot right-of-
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 4871! way of 16th Road; thence South
Insures that the meat will be
BRENDA I* 8PIZIO. *
71 03' 16 East along the said
Companyis as done on the Inside as it lookson Plaintiff, Northerly right-of-way boundary
. AV8PIZIp a distance of 1239.03 feet to an
' v. I .4 the outside. y GERALD Intersection with the Easterly
.
::: O.. :.: f f. F ** NOTICE Off Defendant.SUIT boundary way of State of the alOc.ollgt;: t;: ;
To add fresh touchto
= a tangy TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: North 18' 66' 57" West along said
=: now the exclusive dealerfor :$: your barbecued meats, skew. GERALD S724 Birch A.Avenue SPIZIO Easterly right-of-way boundary a
distance of feet thence
264Q.O
;
111 111 8 er chunks of pineapple and bananas State Line (at Lake Tahoe) North 71* 03' 15* East a distance
California of 1192.28 feet to the point of beginning -
; with red cherries for accent
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
of this description.PARCEL .
I and cook them over the that a suit has been filed againstyou
Kelvinator Appliances by BRENDA L. 8PIZIO (Whose IT: Being a part of
embers. Attorney of record Is Bruce H. Section 40, Township 10 South
Nutritionists with the Florida Davis, of Crescent City, Florida) Range 81 East and more particularly -
In the above entitled cause, and described as follows: Beginning .
Agricultural Extension Service you are hereby required to serve at a concrete monument
E 4E= for FLAGLER COUNTY |:=: upon the Plaintiffs attorney whose marking the Northeasterly corner
::: stress that tender meats are es. name and address appear hereon : of said Section 40. Township 10
your written defenses, if to
sentlal to assure tender results, any ,. South Range 81 East as a point
the Amended Complaint in said
of reference and running thence
:: REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS} |::: since barbecuing Is a dry heat suit copy of which Is delivered to South 19* 57' 45* East along the
you herewith on or before the 20th strIXIII of the said Section
method. day of July A. D. 1964. :
t e of 2872.85 feet to

':4 STOVES WASHERS |;::;: Warm, humid weather de. confeiso Herein will fall be not entered or decree against pro an line Intersection of MalaCompra with Road the: thence center

C mands extra care In food handle the you Amended for the Complaint) for In continuing South 19' 67' 45* Bastalong

CE I ing. Don't let food stand for a The nature of said suit being for the said Easterly line a
distance of feet the
1450.22 to
:: With low down and to ::: divorce a vlnculo matrlmonll. of beginning of this description
: payments up | long time In the air exposed to WITNESS my hand and the seal point; thence :continuing South 19-*
heat, insects, and dust. of said Court In Flagler County, 57' 45* East along Easterly
:: 24 months to ::: .ldbuhl' 16th day of June. ; line a distance of ell'S1.1T feet:
A.
D.
: pay ;; You probably have your own thence South 78* 03' 15" West a
SEAL
( ) E. A. BMTTHE
: distance of 1192.28 feet to Intersection
favorite barbecue sauce. Here Is Clerk of the Circuit Court an

':' $ a recipe for barbecued spareribs June 11-25 & July 2-9-4tc I of the with 100 the foot Easterly right-of-way boundary

'3 4 8 with fruit that will please any IN TUB COUNTY JUnaFTM COURT of North State 18* 66'Road 67*No.West AlA along: thence said

:=: Come in and see our Summertime :$:: palate. The sauce has an exotic TY.iANII FLORIDA.FOU PLAC3LER IN PROBATE.COUN I distance Easterly right-of-way of 1187.61 feet boundary; thence, a

CASK
NO. ese
the fruit *
y flavor and helps to North 71 02' 03 East a distanceof
IN RE: Estate of 11 U.O feet to the point of be-
:::f Specials :|: make barbecue.a colorful and appealing W. CORBETT SULLIVAN.deceased. ginning of this description

i i NOTICE OK PROBATE< Together with the tenements,
$ TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED hereditaments and appurtenances
.4. ny Green-tipped bananas IN THK: ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT thereunto belonging .

150 Used Apt. Size Frigidaires Going ;; 6 pounds (2 racks) spareribs YOU written ARE Instrument HEREBY notified purporting thata 14 10" 4 2 x x 8 8 display display counters.counters

y, |. Itt teaspoons salt to be the last will and testamentof I 3 2 xIalll x 6 glass display counters


:H at Only $39.95 Each :;|=4: 1 1/3 cup Lemon unsulphured, thinly sliced molasses to calendar said probate decedent In this has court.been admitted You are 1 1 I R 2x ticket. C.
1.4 /.4 1/3 cup prepared mustard ter.
publication
of this notice to appear
: : M t e 4CE In this I automatic ticket dispenser.
: 1/3 cup vinegar court and show cau. I 1960 Jeep. CT 5.
If any you why the actionof
can
I trailers mad National.
by
2 tablespoons soy sauce this court la admitting said will 1 6x8 walk-In cooler.

: 9 Piece Living Room Group $229.95 |: 1 tablespoon celery seed revoked.s to probate. should not stand un- I:0 1961 miscellaneous F 100 Ford hand plek-tools up.

C' 6 2 tablespoons Worcestershiresauce / / T. K. c.r.nflagl": I typewriter. Remington

).'. e %i County County, Florida 1 t filing desk cabinet"Steel muter"I steeL (4 drawer)

Pineapple chunks First publication: June f, 1M4. adding machine
June
4 Recliners $49.95 y1: Maraschino cherries. 4-11.1I.25-4to . 1 typewriter tablehas
C: been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
/:t \ :Ci: Cut spareribs Into serving m your Answer or pleadings to the
1 1 tjr 3Fl rjlrr CrtbunrBUNNRUU said Complaint on the plaintiffs
Come I pieces; place them meaty side attorneys Kinney Vincent A Pyte.

Many many more bargains. |,: up on shallow folled-lined bake FLORIDA Beach.42 South Florida Peninsula, and file Drive the Daytona original

: ing pan. Sprinkle with salt. Top Answer or pleading In the office

;4 see for yourself. You'll be glad you $; with lemon slices. Bake In moderate MRS. M. a FULLER Editor of Bunnell the ,Clerk Florida of the on Circuit or before Court.the

(' ;: oven ((350* F.) 1 hour. Remove 6th day of July, 1944. If yon tall
: to do so, Judgment by default will
; from oven; pour off fat o..lpa' OBelalUr ...'Ik.'''. be taken against you for the relief
:, demanded In the said Complaint
Refrigerate. When ready to grill
,
Pvfclle
Netleee e f FlaglefC

; did.Riverside 4; combine remaining Ingredients.Place .Bntr. Mal..lp.tlllee. "n". This notice shaH be publishedonce .
etch week for fear consecutive
i Furniture spareribs on grill 6 to 8 u4 tie ..... .f Fl.....* w 'kloJ'n. Daytona BeachMorning
Inches from heat; brush with : and The Flagler
CE !, Tribun.
sauce after 15 minutes. Cook 15 Entered second class matter DONS AND:- ORDERED at Ban-
e'Y VV u nell Flagler County Florida, this27th
minutes longer brushing with February t, 1112. at the poetofflceat day of Msv. 144.E. .
Alternate chunks of bananas A, SUtTHEClerk
sauce.
I !j Bunnell. Florida, under act of ot the Circuit CeurtTlagler
Company
pineapple and cherries March: J. 18T4. Cnunty Florida'
By Julia B limey. T
Brush with barbecue
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Thursday, Friday PRICES ARE ALWAYS COMPETITIVE.
VALUE and Saturday, Super Market WE DON'T COMPROMISE ON QUALITY,
JUNE 25,26, 27 AND WE TRY TO GIVE YOU THE VERY
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Pot Roast Lbo 39 SALE


BONELESS POT ROAST"* 59CU.

U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
MAXWELL HOUSE (ALL GRINDS)
Shoulder Roast lb. 59 1 Lb. *

COFFEE 49
S. Choice (Flavor' Aged) Tin
FAMILY STEAK Lb. 59C
Limit (1) With Purchase of 5.00 or More Food Order
U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
CHUCK STEAK Lb. 490 KRAFT

U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)

RIB STEAKWorld' .., "Ot :,"..'Lb. .(Jge MAYONNAISE t39l

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ROUND STEAK <<

U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) 2 LargeII9
SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 9ge

Limit (2)) With Purchase of $3.00! or More Food Order
Beef

SHORT RIBS Lb. 396. DART 12 Oz. (ALL FLAVORS)

a s I - CANNED DRINKS 14F"$1

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Yellow Tender No. 1 All Flavors Oz. Thrifty
SQUASH Lb. 190 JELLO Each fOe BLEACH 2Qtfc 290
Limit! 2 Please .
Vine Ripe Sunlite 303 CannedTOMATOES Corbet's 303 Can SweetPOTATOES
Lb. For $*00
TOMATOESYellow 290 8 Z For 390

Tender Ivory Lesueur 303 CansGARDEN
CORN 6 Ears 390 LIQUID mi.'" 570 PEAS Each Zge


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Everfresh 3 0,. tdelphiaCHEESE
Scald Sweet 6 Oz.
LEMONADE Ea.100 COFFEE ROLLS pig'.290 roam 2 "".. 250

Gal. Everfresh (Hot Dog or Hamburger) Blue S.al (Solid)
Autocrat V
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Fryers
Thriftway ., l'! All KindsCoupon I Order
Hams, 59c pkg. ;. 99c \ Void After : Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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!,. .I' ,I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
: THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
.: JUNE 25, 26, 27, 1964
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I'j :: j -j, i -EVERYTHING FOR YOUR PICNIC OR COOK OUT

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I SIZE WESTERNCantaloupes


I piiiS;; Beef Lb.Chuck 39< 2 For 700


SANTA ROSAPLUMS
x r Grade "A" Western Beef Round
Bone "
: Lb. 29'LONG

ROAST 49 FRESH GREENCucumbers


U. S. Choice Grade Center Cut For

ChICk Steak"59U. < 3 19 .

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Mrs. Robert Cook and Mrs. The Open House will be held FROZEN FOODS
Harold Massie will entertain at at the Massie home, 1820 South S. Choice Grade Sirloin
an Open House on Thursday Central Avenue, Flagler Beach,
/ afternoon In honor of Mrs. between the hours of 2 and 4 < 10 oz.
STEAK 89
Michael George Cook. She 1st the P. M.
former Miss Trade Massie whose < Invitations are not being sent Cat k1ra2'kg'39
marriage to Mr. Cook was"on' but all friends of both familiesare
j I June 12. atria *: Invited to call. PALM RIVER

SLICEDBACON' 10 Oz. WINTER GARDEN
BACGETT FAMILY COLE-GARDEI
HONORED AT THE ENGAGEMENT STRAWO Ngs. *
BAPTIST CHURCH .... IS ANNOUNCED u 79
49 BERRIES
Mr. and Mrs. John Baggettand Mr and Mrs. Ruben Garde
sons, Carl and John, were announce the forthcoming marriage "
guests of honor at a fellowship of their daughter, Linda ARMOUR'S STAR OR WILSON'S DAIRY .
dinner at the First Baptist Rae, to Terry Cole of Bunnell.A ALL MEAT
BLUE SEAL
Church of Flagler Beach recent July wedding la planned. SOLID
ly. The Baggetts are moving to u Lfcs.
Hastings to reside. SURPRISE BRIDAL SHOWER FRANKS 49 OLEO 2 25 .
Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor of GIVEN FOR MRS. COOKA
i the church, presented them witha surprise miscellaneous brl
hand.paInted wall plate with dal shower, was held last Friday,
the Lord's Prayer as a mementoof the former Miss Trudie Massie, FOLGER'S FOR CLEAN FRESH LAUNDRY
the occasion. the former Miss Trule Massie,
Forming the centerpiece for at the Flagler Woman's Club BLUE
the serving table was a beautiful building.
decorated cake with a Farewell The theme for the occasion COFFEE CHEER
message on It. Summer was a yellow and white ruffled
flowers were also used on the umbrella. Delicious refresh.
table as well as the tables where :ments were served by the host. 1 L&
the guests were seated. Miss esses, Mrs. Frank Brede, Mrs. S9 GIANT
Barbara Weaver entertained with Charles Bondy, Mrs. H. G. Heydt 491Can
piano selections during the eve. ,and Mrs. Jasper White. BOX
I ning. Twenty-one members of theWoman's
#f Enjoying the affair with the Club were present and Limit 1 with $5,00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

I honored guests and Rev. Stevens the bride's mother, Mrs. Harold
church.SMITH Massie, and her sister, Tess
were members of the 2YII CAN OSAGE FREESTONE 303 ARGO WHOLE GREEN
Massie. Also the mother in law
of the bride, Mrs. Robert Cook, For
CALL and Bunnell Mrs.were Walter present.Morris from Peaches 3 For 79 BEANS 2 35

Electrical WIrlDg-JI.paln Out of town guests Included
Licensed ElectricianPh. Miss Jean Weatherby from 300 SQUAT CAN BUSH SHOWBOAT
Beach Wainesvllle, N. C. and Mrs. Albert 300 SWEET TREAT CRUSHED GOLDEN YAM SWEET

439.2017-Flagl.r Mr Phillips and Mrs.of Judson Atlanta,Stryker Ga. Pineapple I: 39* Potatoes 5 For $1

I Jr., returned to their home Tues
CommunityMemorial day after a vacation to theWorld'
46 Ox. STOKELY'S 300 CAN VAN CAMP
Fair
Church and a visit with
/. ........ ........ her brother and family, Lt. Com PINEAPPLE .... PORK &:

AIR Dayton CONDITIONED AT*. o i mander, Jr.,and in Annadale Mrs. James, Virginia.A. Babbitt JUICE 3 F" $100 BEANS 3! For 39STARLETI' *

FLAGLER BEACH METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00: A.Id. Church school time is 9:45: CHARCOAL
SHURFINE EVAPORATED
Church Service 11:00 A.Id.Puwr A.M. and morning worship Is at 10 Lb.
11 o'clock. This Sunday Ray Tall Briquettes gA(
R. W. DICKRRT.BVEnYONR Q o
WELCOME Mercer and Dr. Allen Reynolds, MILK 8 1 lag :
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Truck & Tractor Co
Flagler Your Purchase of 1 Dow Your purchase of $5.00 or J Your purchase of 2 (Two)
MASSEY.FERGUSONGrove Oven Cleaner. Harmless More Order Not Include ; 12 Oz. Cans Van Camp's i
Farm Industrial Equipment to the Hands I ing Ctn. of Cigarettes ; Corned Beef '
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HONORED BRIDE--ELECT- AT SUSAN COFFEE CARLE I ROYAL TO MEET NEIGHBORS WITH ,I I F RYE R S (Each 79<) 3 For $200

THURSDAY AFTERNOONMrs. MRS HOWELL MONDAY "
James O. Craig and Miss : Mrs. F. H. Howell will be host- U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
entertained with a ess at the meeting of the Royal
Carol Craig I I
Coffee Thursday morning honoring Neighbors on Monday night ROAST lb. 43*
bride elect Miss Susan Carle. I I The meeting date was postponedfrom
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29th.
The party was given at the the 22nd to the_
Craig home, North Orange St. Carle U. S. D. A. ChoiceRound
theme was used Sheffield -
The bridal
and the refreshment table was Wedding PlansAnnounced Bone ROAST lb. *
overlaid with a yellow cloth and 53
was caught up on the sides with Miss Susan Carle will become
i nosegays of daisies. The bride's the bride of Mr. Wllber Sheffield Small"Meaty (Cook Out Favorite) Freshly Ground
cake formed the centerpiece for In a candlelight ceremony at
the. table. Iced coffee, punch, seven o'clock Friday evening, SPARE RIBS "" 490 HAMBURGER 3"' $1
Coca-Cola and finger sandwiches July third. The ceremony will
were served with the cake. be performed In the First Baptist . Streak O'Lean Choice Tender

neighborhood Invited guests friends.included They were the Church the ceremony of Bunnell.a receptionwill FollowIng WHITE BACON 'lb 290 BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. $:(:

Mrs. Alice Johnston, Mrs. Walton be in the Educational
Johnston, Mrs. William Deen, Building. Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
Mrs. Rosely Cameron, Mrs. Buddy I Miss Carle is the daughter of
Wadsworth, Cherry Wads I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle of Bun lb. *
worth, Mrs. Raphael Sturman,' nell. Mr. Sheffield is the son of PORK CHOPS 59
the bride elect and her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sheffield, also .
Mrs. Ray Carle, and Mrs. Scott of Bunnell.No .
Sheffield, mother of the groom. invitations are being sent
to be. but all friends are Invited to
NECK BONES RIB TIPS PIG TAILS711bs.
both ,the ceremony and the reception.
Mr. and Mrs.. Marvin Parker .

last and week son Tony attending were the in gradua.Boston UPSONS ATTEND joo 6 ibs. $] OO 5 Ibs. $] 00
tion exercises at M.I.T. where SONS WEDDINGMr.
their son Michael received his and Mrs. Lawrence Upson _
degree. They also visited the have returned to their home in
world's Fair in New York before Daytona Beach after going to Kraft Quart Jar
returning home. Iowa City, Iowa to attend their
son, Jim Upson's wedding. MAYONNAISE 490 HERSHEY'SSUGAR
Miss Lucille Walker left Tues. His marriage to Miss Beverly
day for a visit in Waterbury, Jean Moore of Iowa City was an Red & White (CUT) 303 Can
Conn., with Lottie and Esther event of June 6 in the Wesley
Stone. Before returning home Chapel there. They both received GREEN BEANS 6 For 'I00
she will also visit in Eatontown, their degrees there and are now Sib. 290
N. J. with her nephew and neice, in Pittsburg, Pa., where he is Oz.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bayless. i doing graduate work at Du Murray 111/ Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

I quesne College.Mr. LEMON THINS 290HiC
Mrs. Ruby Mann and Mr. and Upson is studying foe the .
Mrs. Henry Mann: of Jacksonville Ministry and he has spoke at i'
(Ass't. Flavors) 46 Oz. Can DAIRY SPECIAL -
visited here with Mrs. Bertha the First Methodist Church here
Grimes on Sunday.Mr. on several occasions. He is the FRUIT DRINKS Each 290( Kraft Qt. Bottle
grandson of George Biddle of
and Mrs. Claude Yelving- Bunnell and the late Mrs. Bid. ORANGE JUICE 490
ton of Seville were visiting in I die. MAXWELL HOUSE (INSTANT)
Bunnell Sunday with the Clyde I I

Lewis family. Mrs. John Hardin spent the COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
past weekend in Macclenny
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Howell visiting with Mr. Hardin.
,. have returned to their home 6 Oz. Foremost 14 c.i."

here from a week spent in Im- Guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. Clyde Jar 890 ICE MILK 490
mokalee. They were called
Lewis Sunday were Mr. and lies
there by the death of his brother,, P. R. Unkerfer of DeLand. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Birdieye 10 Oz. Pkg.
A. Q. Howell.
r Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy WHOLE OKRA "'r" *
I FRESH PRODUCE 23
Yelvington Sunday and Mondaywere -
ILACKEYE PEAS
BUNNELLTHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yelvtng* I
Western
ton of Miami. Large
I CANTALOUPES 5 For $100
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dur- I GIANT SIZECHEER
Phone 437-3681 shimer, Jr., and children, Steve,,I
Box Office Open 7x15 Arthur, 3rd, and Georgia Lou,,I Juicy RipePEACHES
of Donaldsonville Ga., are enJoying "!"
Friday & SaturdayAmerican a two weeks vacation at 190 Each
the Allen Beach Home. He .is' 48e
International resident engineer for the Georgia Calif. SunkistLEMONS
Presents State Road Dept there. Dozen. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
RAY MILLAND Visiting them during the 290
weekend were his parents, Mr. r*
Starring/ and Mrs. Arthur Dunhlmer, ST., --- --- "

of dent Albany engineer, Ga. lie of the Is also Georgia resl. i OEREE : 5OFREE [ 50 FREE !

"X"THE State Road Dept. in Albany. GIFT BOND STAMPS I GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
f With purchase of I With of
purchase of
With
purchase
Mrs. John Jarosz has as her > Oz. Can CARYL
13
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Can Little River $5.00 More Food
303 or
It r guests her son and daughter In )RICHARDS "Just Won. (2)
MAN WITH law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jarosz S derful" Hair Spray I Swamp Cabbage Order
and their children, Edward. Jr., Coupon Void After I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
I, THE X-RAY EYES and Sandra of Miami. He U employed \( Sunday, June 28, 1964 Sunday, June 28, 1964 Sunday, June 28, 1064HI

& at the cement plant I ....-.
Sunday MondayOne there and the family Is spending .
their vacation here with
of the year's bestShouldbe
Mrs. Jarosz.
seen by everyoneAssodated

Press. Benny Black returned to his
home here during the past
NfflAUilOOIJ I : weekend from the Hallfav Hospital -
where he underwent IIt

STEVE McOUEEfJ"I.GV8 I surgery

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Powell returned
[ WITH TH8 to their home here Monday Phone 437-3227
after a visit of a week in OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
I North Carolina and Gatlinburg, 8:00 .nu-ItOO p.m.
u.nrmir .... I Tennessee. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good June 25, 26, 27, 28, 1964l
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effective I making more than $800 million Wholesale grocery outlets will :main In business '
agricultural resources ; Rosenberg
University; LO-qk$ I I ly. Dr. E. T. Yerk, provoft for [ a year. decline as technology and operational pointed outindustries .
agriculture, Is guiding DARE. I efficiency make it moredifficult in the adoption of I
At Future Food I I Taking a look *t restaurants, for the obsolete to re
Discussing the food trade In (Contlnueq on page 7)
I j cafes, cafeterias and refresh .
StateBy the years ahead, Rosenbergersaid I! o. -
Practice in i "Greater sales will go to, ment stands, Rosenberger pre- -

( Alma Warren) I I the alert farm and food folks't,dieted more quick service drive. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
'In Florida. The Increase in i I In operations and cafeterias be-
food, beverages

of
retail value
Thp Florida's to of meals eaten out will
and tobacco In Florida population 8,200,000 more H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
coupled with larger Income, will 'contlue: he said.
will approach $5 billion annually i JOHN CAPO, Associate
[more than double sales In food-
by 1975. I 1 Workers gainfully employed
This long-range forecast was handling establishments. i Iin all phases of food distribution I AIR LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN
made by Dr. Stanley Rosenbergcr By 1975, Rosenberger predicted I will increase and the trendof CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED.
,' University of Florida marS grocery stores will be realizing convenience stores, replacing AMBULANCES
keting specialist, at the seventhof total sales of nearly $3 billion'''the medium-size and neighbor-
a series of nine conferences annually. Grocery wholesalers'j hood grocery. Supermarkets will Phone ID 73532I
on Operation DARE, the Uni I will be taking in over $500 million I continue to account for a majority 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
versity's. new plan to develop and eating places will be i of the grocery store .sales ,I
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Thursday 25 1964' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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but the political stuttering hem tell 'em to go find another rat Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune,'$2.50 Yearly in Advance

ming and hawing is downright hole for their campaign funds,
Too Late
pathetic.A or come up with a new typeof ..-...-,,: WWVW l

To poor, dumb owl who handles listen program to and that believe.University folks. would FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Classify himself fairly well on the stumpor

at a reception, Just naturally
BY Russell Kai AMBULANCE
falls when put him
apart you
You know, it's nice to be able I I I in front of a microphone or a I I Looks SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4 1625
And the pitiful part of I
to sit back and enjoy your favo camera. I (Continued from page 6) ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
rite radio and television pro* I it Is they pay plenty for the
them all privilege of making a lot of new improved methods and facilities Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
grant without having
cluttered up with appeals from l i folks mad because they were in maintaining a high I are always at your service with promptness, safety ,and
ambitious politicians.Now gypped out of a good program level of employee productivity, experience.
that they had counted on listen in controlling costs forced higher
I'm not against politicians ing to. Who, I ask, would rather by minimum wage levels Equipped With Oxygen Resusitalor and Inhalator
I realize that they are a hear a candidate than "Hazel"or I and in selecting operational

necessary evil and more often 'ThIs Was the Week That : people who can make customers Garcia Funeral HomeP.
than not I'm downright sorry
Was"? want to return. "For people
for the poor clucks particularlythose Some day somebody will come make the difference," he said. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

who lose but it seems to up with a political program that Speaking on the shape of LADY ASSISTANT
me we ought to find a better will have enough pep, punch things to come in the centralization }

method of selecting our officials and go-get-'em to hold an au. of food store processing
than we have at present. dience. They will stage a good functions, John Bouma, USDA

Television commercials are. old western gun fight between researcher, Washington, D. c.,
bad eonugh but political announcements followers of Johnson and Gold. said that in another 10 years
and speeches are J\6le't1\ 4cct OWt. ckctc\..
Ifou
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almost
water, or employ Marshall Dil grocery stores will be used
worse. We have learned from lon as a bodyguard for the candidate exclusively for merchandising ..
Watching commercials that no. for Democratic Commit. and checking ou t food
body in his right mind believesa teeman.If items. All processing packaging,

cockeyed word they say, they Haze made up her mind pricing, preparation for sale, ac If U
couldn't and retain their sanity,
counting and backroom storage
she was going to sell her boy
friend as a candidate for governor functions will be moved out of,
CLASSIFIEDADS she would set all his opponents the retail store to the distribution -I

on their ear and wind center or some other centralized 01

up by electing him with a land location.
slide.In Most of the retail store will t

my book there is nothing become a selling area, with very
....tIa.. ..... Use ....... are I more boring than to see some little backroom space for pro
ee... per wr* each l>.crtl...
15 c Bt> !. aIaIa. ekorx. poor owl sitting behind a desk cesslng meat, preparing producefor
glaring under the lights and sale and storage of groceries.
WAITRESS WANTED
-Preferably; .
Bouma discussed such concepts
to convince less
trying a more or
21 have
over must transporta .
he isGod's as telephone and TV selling
nonexistent audience that
tion. Hours 7:30 A.M. to 4 P.M.
their savior.No delivery and coin or credit
chosen to be
Delores Motel and Restaurant
6'itq \IQWVpxcdcAiptlcct toi
card machines. He
operated
the :
matter what
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Highway AlA, 3 miles south of guy says
,/ his staff and few follow. predicted that in grocery store
paid a
June Marlneland 25-ltc, phone 4392023. ers will sit and clap like trained of the future clerks will be accessible -i Jlnde' o t fit'' Dtt 1 S

seals while the rest of the customers to the customers to provide
FOR RENT-2 room apartment. are out in the kitchen assistance in selection and

Private bath, private entrance, raiding the ice box.I advice in cooking and prepara.

private screen porch, 304 East have yet to hear a political tion of meals. .. ,.
Moody Blvd. 6-25-tfc announcement or speech that

impressed me anymore than
$50.00 REWARD FOR RETURNOF I I
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34 per cent fewer cavities" or
WALLET WITH ALL PA.
"Mrs. Goof didn't. know she was
PERS AND CARDS. R. A. (Red) "
on camera.
POWELL Phone ID 73536.
Then election night is alwaysa
June -Itp
grand and glorious headache.

LATE 1959 Kharman Ghla, red Maybe some folks enjoy hear.

and white top, window washers, ing an over worked announcer
safety belts, good tires, motor keep stammering over and over
like new, one owner, $1275.00 that so-and-so has so many *f ; i \
Motel Dolores, Rt. AlA, 3 miles votes and whoslt had a slight
south of Marlneland. 6.25 lead, and then repeat himselffor ,
hour after hour. If they
DUMP TRUCK for hire. Handsaws would Just give totals
you every
shapened. Call ID 7-3563 half hour and cut out the gab jj'HILI1;

or ID 73669., 6-18-tf and gusto wouldn't be Just as r ,

PART OR FULL TIME-I need effective without interferingwith _
assistant in Bunnell areaworn.an your favorite program even hl ,
who is interested in makeup the lousy ones? r i
Earn Maybe if I owned a radio or
application. while you
television station I feel
train. No door to door! Call might
about It but III did
Mrs. differently ,
Beverly Graves, 325.5702 or
I think I would try to figure outa
write
at 2801 Edgemoor, Palat- I I
ka, Fla. 6.25.4tp way to give my political patrons
a better break even if Ihad
WANTED Old dishes furniture, to let my hair down and

lamps, dolls, guns, jewelery, and
clocks. Mable Wettstain, 1640

Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, HASTINGS MATTRESS
phone 4392140. 6.4-tfc
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS

FOR: SALE OR TRADE on Highway 710-12 Lemon St.

1, Allendale, 4 large rooms, Palatka Florida
tile bath, masonry, plus 4 room Phone EA 5-9166
garage apt. Phone 4392140. Furnltu"\ Upholstering
May 21UWANTED Repaired & Refinished
Mattresses & Box Springs
IRONING to do at my Made to Order Also Renovated w
home, reasonable. Pick up Ie de. Call Ixrara Morris 437-323) INVITE YOUR NORTHERN FRIENDS ON A
livery. Phone ID 7.3669.I I After 6:00 P. M.

10-24-41 PRICES REASONABLE
I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Sunshine Safari :
SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain: Just as near as your
fields Installed; mall shelL Rfa.] Phone or Poet Office
Us A Card Call
sonable prices. Call George Ja-: Free Drop Pick-up & Delivery or Time frtt "Sdmm'rvam Cirtfi" j ; jf
ID 74410 8-1-tf
roz : will b. thilf p.noftallnMU-tlon(

CONSTIPATED? la explore Florida! ;" .,.
To pro PKUN-EVAC ooUlnlnrPrunM.
Firs A Sena !. wor4'. i w r >r
Bmo-o-the.t, bed and mo.t natural Sometime all it take to bring > ;
Uifttlr*, hurrr to S the ftnuhfoe
MOOOTS PHARMACY R UB6 Ibtks to Stab ,
for generous THEE SAMPLE or A it that pcnonal IarifatSnri..p
40 tablets for T cOver 1.000.09
old each ,ear. why not Moxl 3tnnmarxn m"

poIka.rd.I to 10ut pou'Flark ian friends ,

JOHNSTONrsFLAGLE Invite t&tta to enjoy the sunihbe and recreation e3

BEACH REALTY co. and the buafrxaai find proffarional cpportunlttoi

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, awaiting;tin' '"pot Mre t..to HorldalSUMKtxexAMS

WATER FRONT FARMS The Eagler Tribune *'tit mtaal ITM tt yisf ntunt r:* ,: ,
ACREAGE
t UiM Ctnswy. ei rick MM .7.t.TCDflFLORIDA
See oa for your real eetat aeeaa Prompt Service '
Office Phone HE 9-2242 h
Residence Phones ID 73091 noM IDlewood 7-3282 POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHUH9

or ID 7-3517 BonnelL Florida "1. ... .tH. H9MHAr



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PAGE EIGHT _ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 26. 1964
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.fLr; RESOLUTION OF UNCLE OF WALTER ----1 I morning In Tallahassee- Mr. and

CJV4 S t1 ff eacn RESPECT TO KNIGHT DIES IN I I Mrs. Knight are In Tallahassee

TALLAHASSEEJohn for the services.
: I
Continued From Page 4 GLADYS DEEN I

(Continued from Page b) members of the Bunnell Method. I; Whereas, It has pleased the uncle of Kellum Walter of Knight Tallahassee of Bun-, I I

\ Mrs. James Lovette and 1st Church, will be guest speak. Almighty God of the Universeto nell, passed away early Tues-
daughter, Mrs. Mary Smith, of ers. sound the gavel of death summoning day morning in a Tallahassee MILLER

Savannah, Ga., visited here sew our member Gladys hospital after a short illness. ELECTRONICS
.. eral days last week. They were COMMUNITY CHURCH Deen from earth to the celestial
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.D. I Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. home on high. Mr. Kellum was Administratorof 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.

D. Moody. They also visited with classes for all ages. Morn Whereas, God saw the road was the Florida State College for REPAIRS ON TV'S
with other relatives while here. I ing worship is at 11 o'clock with getting rough, rAnd many years before his retirement
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. the hill was hard to climb, One of the new dorm- WASHERS
I otorles has been named for him. .
CARD OF THANKS He gently closed her weary eyes, *.DRYERS
Although .mere words cannot BAPTIST CHURCH : % :. And whispered, "Peace Be I He was the brother of the late 'v .
adequately express how much Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. Thine." I Mrs. W. E. Knight of Bunnell. Call Collect 672-0377

your cards, messages, and priceless and morning worship is at 11 Therefore Be It Resolved by o He was 92 years of age. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
visits meant to me whileI o'clock with Rev. A. F. Stevens, the Flagler Business and Pro Funeral' services and burial
was in the hospital. I shall, pastor. Training Union is at fessional Womans Club that in will be held at ten o'clock this
i nevertheless, take this means of 6:45 and evening worship is at the death of our member Gladys -

stating my profound thanks and 7:45. Deen we have lost a good friendwe

,: appreciation to,all who were involved extend to her family our I DR. W. J. BOLINPhysicianSurgeon ..,
"t in those acts of kindness. STUDENTS NAMEDON '
heartfelt sympathy and ask that .. ,
D. O. : -
Black.
a Benny DEAN'S LIST our Saviors tender hand lead ;,-..
and comfort them always. Announce the
The, spring 1964 Dean's List at
Summer Program Daytona Beach Junior College Therefore Be It Resolved thata OPENING OF' HIS OFFICEfor
copy of this resolution be
lists 63 area persons. the of
Draws Record placed on the minutes of the practice
Those from Bunnell on the list
Secretaries book, a copy be sent MEDICAL WEIGHT CONTROL
were: Barbara Smythe and Susan
to the Flagler Tribune for
Enrollment pub.
Wadsworth. From Marine. .
134 S. Beach Beach Fla.
lication and a copy be sent to ,Daytona ,
land was Peggy Hosklns Britt.
'The Bunnell School Summer the family of Gladys Deen.
Phone.255.7881 By AppointmentNEW
Dean Dr. R. W. Whetstone said I
program began Monday mom I to make the Dean's List, college Frances W. Edmonson I
Ing with record enrollments in I
division students must have a Rosemary Brown
each division.
,
3.0 grade point from a i iI Gwen N. McGriff
average
For swimming instruction 110 FASHIONS IN FIRE, INSURANCE
I possible 40. No grade below a
;
students are enrolled; In the arts I
and crafts section 60 have en. I B Is acceptable. for the .honor I to be elected to Phi Beta Kappa TV fire Insurance policies we write still air*the same
rolled; the reading section has award. I guidance officials said today. dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
20 enrolled. The recognition together with coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
Coach Bo Manuel said the I PHI BETA KAPPA FOR departmental major honors and little extra costRemember

Bunnell Civic Center will be I RONALD JASZCZAK membership in Phi Kappa Phi, H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
open each Tuesday and Thursday I Ronald Jaszczak, 2232 John also .a scholastic honorary, was take advantage of these extra coverage Telephone 437.3361
afternoon from two to five Anderson Ormond" Beach, a 1962 bestowed. by the University of or stop In soon for full details.
where the youths may partici. graduate of Daytona Beach'Junl Florida when Jaszczak was grad.
pate in many games, shuffleboard or College and a graduate of uated with a BS degree at the H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
table tennis, chess, check Bunnell High School in 1960, is completion the last tri 437.3361 Citizens Bank Buildlpg Bunnell Flo.
era bad minton, horseshoes and the first from the local school mester.
other games Mr. Manuel said ---
! they had an attendance of 35:' ,
; Tuesday afternoon. This phase
; of the program will only be FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUYS AND ONE GREAT PLACE TO BUY
I available two afternoons each
week. {

Seventh, eighth and ninth dealers'
grade students have enrolled ; 4-
for summer school. Mathematics, x
English and science are the sub

, jects available. Twenty students
t (" have enrolled in this section ,, 1:7M itv
'
of the program. N '
Four little league baseball

4.. teams have been organized and qi 4 Mt-- +' L
their team members are found I J' 7

." elsewhere in this issue. '
The Summer Recreation pro 1

gram will run five days,each k

week until July 31, Mr. Manuel
said.
? rf i y
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U, of F Cows /t A"
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Set New RecordTwo i


University of Florida

dairy cows have established a \
new record for milk production.Dr. .

E. L. Fouts, head, dairy

station science, said department that Florida, experiment Melody rr $ :

Fokes, a five-year-old registered \ :

Holstein, produced 17,430 poundsof ..t
milk, 578 pounds of butter.
! fat, and 1,321 pounds of solids-
,
'
not fat In 305 days. + .
f Solids-not fat-the nutrientsin .
milk below the creamllne, S
are now being recorded for the
first time In addition to milk r i >

and butterfat as a part of the ?(
total nultrlent testing program
started last year by the Holstein.
Friesian Association of America.
nOBMHnm HV VVm I:.MM BIMrit
Florida Melody's record compares Ikrn Mm to Wt Com U"'|fay lINt CM...ria'V Cmfc MMM CM Lap;.K ClMvy I.New Vrt cap knee Wt Omit***>r.If|M.CMvraM I......
to the average cow's an.
nual output of 7,500 pounds of Waited till now for that new Chevrolet? You've /* jJJl*" \ Pick a sleek Super Sport model with a great
milk containing 275 pounds of struck it rich because right now it's "Trade 'N' A ffiit* i choice of engines, air conditioning and other
butterfat. Travel Time'' at your Chevrolet dealer's. I I extra-cost options. A roomy wagon for travel or

Florida Sol Winnie, a registered Check him on these five beautiful buys: I TKADETTTIAYm camping. Perhaps a sun-lovin, convertible or
luxurious Jet-smooth Chevrolet. V TIME J models all
45
Jersey, owned by the University I-The sporty coupe. From in
2-The fun-loving Chevelle. 3-Chevy U, Whatever choice it's to
, of Florida, produced 10,. + your a great way go.
economical too. 4-The unique rear-engine< room caw first way to go is your Chevrolet! dealers. Now
820 of milk In 305
pounds days.. Corvair. 6-A sensational Corvette Sting Ray. wenw mromms -during Trade 'N' Travel Time!
Her record far exceeds the average
of all U.S. dairy cows, CHECK THE T'N'T DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEYEILE CHm H CORYAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT TOUR CHEVROLET DEALER
according to the American Jers 1

'I' ey Cattle Club. r 09-1085 '


Sea snails have no brains. In. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

stead, a number of nerve knots
control the different parts of the
body. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA



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