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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 9, 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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.1. VOLUME 52, NO. 27 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR


City of Bunnell CIGARETTE TAX I I Letter From BUNNELL LIBRARY Flagler County

FUNDS STILL HOLD I, OPEN WEDNESDAY

Receives SafetyCertificates Apparently as many cigarettesare World TravelersWe AFTERNOONS Road ProjectsSet

being sold in the municipalities
The Library at the Bunnell
received the following let. I
of Flagler County as ter this week from Mr. and Mrs. !Civic Center will be open each For BuildingA
ever. According to the State I
Wednesday afternoon
from 2 to
Sgt J. S. McKinnon and Pa. Charles Tonkin who are on an .
'. Beverage Department which col. 5 o'clock City Commissioners number of secondary highway
If trolman G. H. Neely of the FlorIda around the world cruise: .
lects the tax the following projects in Flagler countyare
announced .
Monday night.After
Dear Flagleltos: On board the ,
Highway Patrol presentedthe
f' amounts from May sales have trial of approved by the State Road
a period
Commission "Laos" from Marsilles, France. open I
.. Bunnell City been sent to towns in this coun I five afternoons a week they decided Department for building, among
The Mediterranean and Atlantic
certificates for 1962 and
safety
ty: to continue the Wednes them is Kings Road which It is
1963 at their meeting Monday have been very smooth. Tomorrow
;.. Bunnell $2,674.45. I afternoon This understood contract for buildinghas
day
will open period.
we throughthe
; night. Beverly Beach, $78.04. pass been or will be let this week.
\ Suez Canal into the Red i seemed to be the most popular
r. .!,!: The city also has three similar I Flagler Beach $879.84. Sea. We shall visit the Egyptian I afternoon among those who use I This was revealed at the Monday
, It certificates which were pre. Marlneland $87.00. Museum In Carlo the Pyramids the Library.A I morning meeting of the
sented for 1959 through 1961. Painters Hill $5.93. I and Sphinx. Then we will membership fee of 50c for i Board of County Commissioners

go; to Columbo, Singapore Slam, six months "will ha... eharped; whets,BudJUcnry came before ..
framed
The certificates are Many new books have been add.I the board 'and asked that
and From
Picnic Hong Kong .Tokyo.
and--re to Bunnell Enjoyed '
.presented
t Toyko to Hawaii and then to ed to the Library 'recently and: bridge on old ,HawJjTCreek: road
jn&itorfGS service
for to"tts-p xx.
f r B-Senior Citiz4nsThe San Francisco l the UbUc'tr&'td' to use the fa be strengthened for mOdem loadsof
and to the state of Florid
pie We have had two beautiful I,dimes. 35 tons of pulpwood. New I
by vlrture of having recorded no Flagler Senior Citizens '' bridges on this road Is an approved
"Tb
traffic fatalities during 1962 and ships, "The France' Met 11
Col. :dub held the second of Its ,u'm.I Lao*?* Tbv music food for two Attending project but It was movedup
1963. They are signed by Boys In and
the State
picnicsat Balow priority,
H. N. Kirkman head of the State I met season short people- who cant afford
Ruins State Park: on Tuesday Road Dept. agreed to the move.
; !
Highway Patrol. to ran an ounce State SessionIn I
f I July 7.The. We have on our ship a swim :' I In other action-Sinclair Refining *

,. Other business, the Commissioners Club welcomed two new ming pool lounge, writing room Tallahassee Co. was awarded contractfor
heard a request for a I members Mr. ,and Mrs. Lynn and a dance floor. We played furnishing for a year various

l building permit far a small Clary, retirees who are .residing bingo last night and danced un Levi L. Brannam Jr., and greases, gas, diesel and lubri
I home by Willie Williams. After, near Highway AlA north.. ol til 11' o'clock. Tonight we will Buzzy McKnight are In Talla anta. That company was the j;
{I discussion they were turned i'Flagler Beach. Clary was with have a movie In French. hassee this week attending the low bidder I

t. down because of the lot being :the Department of Correction, To aU Flagler students I session of Boys State. The session -Geroge Moody airport man.
t< to small and also the house'State of Michigan, at Jackson would ephaslze three or four is a week long practice ager asked the board to, help

; .plans being to small., I II Michigan before his retirement languages should be learned because study of government of the finance gas, light and phone
I There was one guest present:. you all will be traveling state county and city. bills at the airport, and to have
, They also discussed the erec I Johnnie,Weksler son of Mr. and around the world In most of The young men are sponsoredby additional timber removed from
tion of a 14 foot score board atthe Mrs. Sydney Weksler, Flagler your Jobs. The language bar. the Flagler Poet 115 of the glides paths to the field.

ti football field; plans for library Beach who is ,home on a 15-day I tier has kept us from really'as American Legion. The session -Dale Brown, tax collector
; repair of roof and on the I leave from the Navy at Meridian sodating with the French In. Is made up of boys representing his list of errors and Insolvencies
plants
equipment building Mississippi. diana, Chinese, and Japanese Legion Posts through out the which was approved.D. .
for the planter boxes at the Civic The next meeting of the Club Who help make up our "Four state. D, tax assessor asked for

r. Center. wll be on August 4. Details are Winds Cruise." an extension on the tax roll so

f to be announced later it was There are 12 of us on the same Rcyonlda Family that he can attend an assessors .

stated. tCur-12 Ame""caJl8-Uld we are Visits Children's meeting in Orlando thb week

RitesTuesday Here - t ...-:' " ...-.' .. ... really having,A...:Jolly--Ume4': Home"Monday Night to leant rtItOfe':.about .effect ofa
". -' For- Mrs.: Pearl Childs Will write again from Tokyo. recent court decision concern j

Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynolds big property assessments In
ATTENDING GIRLS and family were dinner guestsof Dade County.R. .
'Mrs. Mary Miller Dies ThursdayIn SCOUT CAMPS the Rev and Mrs. Braxton I W. Deep, Jr., asked for ,
r Carlton of the Methodist Chil I additional space for the offices "
Ann Miller of Bun. DelawareMrs.
Mrs. Mary Girl Scouts from Bunnell and dren's. Home In Enterprise. of Soil Conservation and ASC ,
widow of the Ute Ed Miller
nell, in a Palatka Pearl Childs widow of I Flagler Beach attending Girl Dr. Reynolds was Invited to saying the present space Is not
passed away afternoon the late, Jerry Child', died I Scout Camps are Eula Lee talk with the children about large enough to hold necessary
Hospital. Saturday Thursday at a Nursing Home in I Moody who is at Deer Lake "Home Dental Care" and to discuss meetings. Action WAS po &ntd. l
July 4.She Felton Delaware after an Illnessof Scout Camp. "Careers In Dentistry" with Agreed advertise for a 6- ,
was born in London England severn months duration. M Ticochee Girls Scout Campare the older youth. I cylinder pickup truck and also

L and had been a resident Mr. and Mrs. Childs were residents Kay Ferryman, Joy Lee and Rev. Carlton is the superintendent for painting the county jail. I
ot Bunnell for t he past 30 years.I! of Bunnell about fifteen Betty Louise Stefllk. The girls at the Methodist Chll Agreed to meet Friday eve.
She came here from McKeesport years before moving to Felton :will attend a two week camp dran's Home. He has spoken at nlng, July 10, at 8 o'clock to
(. Pa. where she had resided for a about three years ago. Mr session. the First Methodist Church of discuss tentative budget for the

,y number of years. She was 83 Childs passed away about ten Bunnell on several occasions. coming fiscal year.

years of age. months ago. Counties TogetherIn -
Funeral services were held for
Mrs. Miller was a member of Persons 21 years of ago and I The examination is free and
Mrs. Childs in Felton on Mon
the First Methodist Church of Poultry ProjectNineteen over are urged to use this form: will take but a few minutes of ,

Bunnell. She had been a memo day.Survivors include one son, (or one of the cards being distributed I a person's time. It 1s whollypalnlf'U

ber of the Royal Neighbors of Bill Stewart of Philadelphia Pa. Florida counties are to have their eyes tested and may be the means
America for the past fifty years. participating In the Sears Roc- for Glaucoma at a Clinic on of saving one's sight '

During the past two years she 'FRYMAN FAMILY buck Foundation sponsored 4.11 Thursday, July 16. The clinic is The clinic Is being hold hero
had resided in Hastings with I poultry project this year, accord. being held from 8:30: A.M. to through cooperation of the ,Daytona
Mrs. G. W.: Lee. REUNION HELD Ing to L. W. Kalch, assistant Ex.I 4:30: P. M. II Beach Glaucoma Clinic

Funeral services were held HERE SUNDAYThe I tension poultryman, Florida Ag

Tuesday ,morning at 10 o'clock I third annual Owens-Fry rlculture Extension Service.
Use This Form For ExaminationAt
from the First Methodist Churchof man family reunion wu held tlve counties are Citrus, AC'I Eye

Bunnell with the pastor, Rev. here Sunday at the home of Mr. bia Dixie, Duval Glaucoma Clinic At Civic Center
Howard Porter officiating. Interment and Mrs. William Fryman; North Franklin,'Gllchrist, Glades,
followed at the familylot Anderson St. and Palm Avenue. borough, Levy, Madison Orange, 1

In Espanola Cemetery. Flfty-five members of the families Palm Beach. Pasco, Santa Rosa AMERICAN LEGION GLAUCOMA CLINIC REGISTRATION:...- <' t FORM" "I

Pallbearers were George coming from Daytona Suwanee Wakulla, and Wash Name ..-. .,
Moody Sr.. A. M. McDaniel L. Hill Palatka, Lake ington. I
Beach Holly (Last (First) (Middle)
!L Drady M. B. Fuller, C. C. Bid City, Jacksonville, St Cloud and When the poultry project now .
die George E. Allen Jr. West Palm Beach. in Its nineteenth consecutiveyear Local Address I

from Bunnell was started the Sears Roe '''. )
Invited guests .
Out of'town .address t ,j . ..
XORONA COMMUNITYCLUB were Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter buck Foundation set up A re , ; ? ? "

TO HOLD and sons ROM and Paul. Rev. volving fund to purchase 100 Age M- F __ Race...____. "*"" -.,_ I DatA. ... :
GAMES PARTY chicks for each of 10 4.H >. .1 :
Porter Is a former pastor of the baby Color of des "<"*_..,._.Rrnwr.... ..,.,,._Other*......
The Korona Community Club Livingston Memorial Methodist Club members. Chicks are pur I
will hold a short meeting priorto Church in Daytona Beach and chased during the spring months Are yo'J under treatment for eye trouble?
the Games Party Sunday aftemoon. the Frymans were member and about six months after the
Have been treated for Glaucoma? ,.
show you ever
there. Rev. Porter Is now servingas chicks are placed, a pullet

The party will be held in St parlor of the First Methodist U held to determine the win. Does anyone in your family have Glaucoma..,_ ,.......,...., ,.._- \
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Mary's Hall at Korona Sunday, Church of Bunnell and Mrs. ners. The Foundation sponsors -

July 12, at 4 P.M. Mrs. M. V'I William Fryman and children, prize money and ribbons for the DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LINE
Zysk said all are invited. Re moving here from Daytona best In the show.Fashionable t
freshments will be served after Beach are now members of the Reads Does not Schlotz Scale
the games. local Methodist Church. women have used 20/40 reads 20/40 7.3 Cm.Weight
cosmetics since antiquity. Arche
Vision: Right _ Tension: Right ;
for Orlando's ologlsts excavating Roman ruins
The most extensive collection Call letters new
of tlrst-hand observations of I ETV station are WISE, standing In Syria found Ivory boxes con Left_ Left _
Marlneland for wisdom Instruction scholar. taming white face powder eye.brow .
Porpoises exists at tubes of I Doctor ._ ___ ___ Referred
which has been collecting such I ship and education.: The educa pencil, and per -- -
Information since 1937. Uonal station U on channel 24. fume. PLEASE DO NOT BUB YOUR ETES FOR 1 HOUR AFTER DHOW






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Cook VegetablesWith are rich In Iron calcium and water is used. Whenever practicable wvv..vP..w kk .
vitamins. serve any remain cooking HASTINGS MATTRESS
Cook potatoes in their skinsto liquid with the vegetables,
Much Care I II start such dishes as hash. or use it In a sauce gravy, or & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
You'll find I browned potatoes or potato sal soup. 710.12 Lemon St. R pS
plentiful suppliesof
fresh II ad. The Jackets help retain the When using boiling guides for Pal atka. Florida A .
early summer vegetablesin
nutrients. fresh vegetables keep in mind Phone EA 5-9166
the market now. If you cook ,"
I that vegetables may require Furnltu s Upholstering
vegetables correctly they will Fresh vegetables are best Repaired & Refinished
shorter longer cooking than
add color, texture vitamins and when cooked quickly and served or Mattresses & Box Springs
' minerals to your family meals. hot. The longer they are exposed given depending upon quality Made Order Also Renovated
i to heat and air the more and variety. I Call Laura Morris 4373233After
Nutritionists with the Florida vitamin C they lose. 6:00 P. M. The Flagler Tribune
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Agricultural Extension Service eVI.j PRICES REASONABLE.
offer some suggestions for preparing When boiling vegetables, use Basic research leading to BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Prompt Service
and cooking vegetables: as little water as possible. Some dence that porpoises possess!'I Just as near as your
Trim spralngly such greens as vitamins and minerals cook out echolocation ("sonar") faculties! Phone or Post Office Phone IDlewood 73282 j
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cabbage and head lettuce. Remember Into the water and losses are was first conducted at Marine : Free Pick-up & Delivery BunnelL Florida '
q that dark outer leaves I greater when a large amount of land of Florida. i| .,. ,

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PAGE FOUR THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday July 9, 1964 _

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i plaints blister as, easily as hu
Gardening In Florida mans. PETERSON TEXACO

(By Kerrey Sharp) Planting new cuttings in peat I SERVICE '

'.' pots is an easy way to get ten NS.JHDTHE EXPERT ROAD SERVICE

Gardening in July is as frustrating ; der cuttings gradually used to .I .* t Light Mechanical Work ,
full A week or so in half Phone 437-3441
as the efforts of a June I! sun. BunnellO. "II

bride trying to cook her first : shade, then three-quaster sun is I

Sunday dinner for the In-laws. j jI I al it takes to prepare the plants l h '

Both are tought jobs. :tor a happy life In full sun. F. ALTORD

I I It is human nature for the | Peat pots are quite convenient. Registered

bride to beg off, but nature Plant pot and all and the cut

won't listen to a human beg. ting will never feel the shockof Heal Estate Broker

ging so July brings many woes transplanting. The peat pot Bunnell
Florida
to the eardener. will decompose and form plant

I food in a few short weeks.
The list is long. Sultry hot
After setting the plants, protect IN TUB CIRCUIT ItrOF
weather is at the top. Trimming, FLAGLRR COUNTY,
hedges, moking lawns and pull. ,I them from careless foot. Exp*:lena Is Important to value of experience when L.IN ALLEN CHANCERY NO. 4803 FLORIDA
PYKE.
bands of n rob*
prints of cops- -
ing weeds are the main tasks almost every undertaking. Exsetting out to purchase a particular Plaintiff,
bers cats and stray dogs.
that take the. starch out of a pesty perts may disagree on the I product or service. VI.
Strong words often prevent WILLIE O.
initiative.The of luck Involved In PYKE.Defendant.
gardener's
amount
trampling by the small fry, but We expect quality and .
avid gardener gets the NOTICE TO DEFEND
"limit" when
worst tasks done while the animals don't seem to get the catching a good service, all of us. Experience THE t't'EOt.FWll1PA, TO:
easily.If you're out fishing your favorite
neighbors ore still snoozing. So, message so has shown most of Residence and Post Office
don't like to the but will Address Unknown.
mar
you stream, none deny
riser us that the best place to get
if you are an early you cultohai hereby that
of the garden with unsightly been again In
beauty
If
that it certainly helps you filed t
you
are in luck as .most of the brow. both Is by doing business the above entitled cause and
fences then ; you
beating tasks can be completedin string try know where the fish are, how with the local are hereby required answer
qualified mer- ktoorlhr.o'O
of briar stems. with the (
lengths thorny t,
the dewy cool of the morn deep to fish for them and the chant-the who makes and to serve a copy thereof upon
i It is a sure bet that the animals man the plaintiff .
of "bait" orllalntlff' attorney,
ing.However i will steer clear of a bed type they prefer It his lob to serve well today whose name is:
be selective with the i JOSEPH W. HATCHETT
of The In business P. O. BOX 12
that prickles. average consumer order to get more
sunrise work. Do the jobs Daytona Beach Florida
make little noise. Awakeningthe I gives some thought to the tomorrow. not later than fall August 3, A. D. 1964confeeeo )I

neighbors with a lawn mow More than a thousand miles will tbedenter deCagainst
of chemical-carrying pipelines in you for the relief demanded In the
er perhaps won't get you booted bill of complaint. The nature of
out of the community, but Houston, Texas, link 63 plants said .suit being: for divorce.

tongue lashings later in the day and seven subterranean salt ,8ome ferY00f OMA tlkOl said WITNESS Court this my JOth hand day and of seal June of ,
Tiadeal A. D. 19(4.
domes. The lines connect a
will make you feel like a heel. !ad eotataaaf( f Pro r4:! (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Mulching shrubs in the early i mamoth oil refinery and petrochemical Clerk of said Circuit Court "

morning is a nearly soundless complex, whose plants By Julia It.Deputy Harvey Clerk ,I,

feed off one another: Productsof July 2-9-18-23-4tc
task if you grease the trash cart

wheels. The neighbors will stay one become raw materials of IN SEVENTH TAPE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i in their beds and the plants will others. IN AND FOR FLAGLRR COUN-

enjoy beds blanketed with or. TY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
--- AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT

ganlc trash. I : i ) 4 EULA CHANCERY MAE HOPKINS NO. 4727: ,

c Mulch will keep lant roots Plaintiff.

cool and comfortable during the I:'" ',.' : ANDREW ...

hot months and tends to pre. I' ., 'i" ,:.;' HOPKINS.Defendant..
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vent from nematodes. ,;I;'
damage ,} IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Mulches keep down water bills, <,'. OF ANDREW FLORIDA HOPKINS TO:

reduce backaches caused by t" residence adress:

pulling weeds and furnish plants ": :\ You UNKNOWN are hereby required to file
with food.Trimming. with the Clerk of this Court your
answer to the Complaint for Divorce
shrubs is like train. filed herein against you In
the above entitled cause on or bet -
ing the diaper clan. Both need
the ltd day of '
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constant attention until they .:' J;.: .h {. drv a copy thereof: upon
\, .;t", Lawrence W. Borne plaintiffs at
form correct habits. So, trim or. w JJ.\r torney herein, whose address is

namentals just as soon as fresh, '. ,.: ; 412 Beach.N. Halifax Florida "The Avenue.Flagler Daytona Tri

tender growth shoots out of of .,. bune" Is hereby designated as the
,I newspaper In which
this order
place. Constant shearing pre. t shall be published once a week for
vents later butchering, which four consecutive week HEREIN
FAIL NOT
OR A DECREE PRO
isn't good for any plant S.r CONFESSO' WILL BE ENTERED
AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL
.Vow's your chance to make URE.

camellia cuttings since the for The divorce.nature of this suit is a bill

spring flush of growth is half WITNESS My hand and seal at

hardened. Cut off thre eto four this Bunnell.JOth day Flakier of June County A. b.,Florida 1964. ,

inch lengths of your favorite (Official As Seal Clerk) EMIL Circuit A. SMYTHE Court .

varieties and place them imme .Flag-ler County, Florida
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diately into your cutting beds.If I
you use the old system of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL
rooting tip cuttings near a iT I CIRCUIT IV AND FOR FLAGLEIl.
i J' COUNTY IN
CHANCERY NO. 4871
leaky faucet they should take x BRENDA L. SPIZIO,

root in about six weeks. But un Plaintiff.

der constant mist rooting time VI.
,.4 GERALD A. SPIZIO.
will be shortened by two weeks. 3t Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tip cuttings from oleander THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:

and hibiscus will root in a few 3. r D, ft GERALD 3724 Birch A.Avenue SPIZIO

weeks under constant mist If California State Line (at Lake Tahoe)

you don't make too many dally YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIjj
.: that a suit has been filed alfaln.I. .
inspections, you'll get a real r.y I. you by BRENDA L. SPIZIO (Whose
surprise in three weeks after attorney of record la Bruce 11
Davis, of Crescent City Florida
cuttings are placed in the propagation r In the above entitled cause, and
you are hereby required to serve
bed. With almost no upon the Plaintiffs attorney, whose
of name and address appear hereon,
luck at all, generous growth
your written deten.... If an
large white roots will form at the Amended Complaint In ysald
suit copy of which Is delivered tc
the base end of each cutting.
you herewith on or before the IOU
Azaleas are almost as easy to day Herein of July fail A. D. 1964. 4q
not or decree pn
root but take a bit longer to ,. ;P." confesso win' be entered again

send out small, hatr-like feeders the you Amended for the Complaint.relief prayed for f li
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from along the burled part of divorce as of said suit being: fo

the cutting. Distance Lets You Visit WITNESS.vlnculo my hand matrlmonlL and the set w
of how root Long of said Court In Flatter Count:
Regardless you < ldhl.. 16th day of Jury
cuttings the new plants should A. D. 1964.
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE I
be given extra care during their Anytime Clerk of the Circuit Coi
flrstt season of growth. Don' June 11-2 A July 2-9-4tc f

take cuttings from their shady, A-

moist home and place them dl. Miss a friend? Grandma? The family back home? You don't haveto l m.1tr." 3Tlinlrr( 5JrtbnnrBCNNKLL.


rectly COl'IlT in the 01"hot TUB sun, COUNTY becauseIN pack up and go to enjoy a visit. Just pick up the phone FLORIDA f

...'..u..... VI.AULEU COUNTY.
HTATH OK FLORIDA. I!'( .'110- call Distance. It'i the
and have
Long to
BATE. easy way a happy MRs JoL n. FULLER. Edit
IN 1U the Estate, of

HELEN LEWANDOW8KI.Deceased.. visit any time you feel like it. And the cost is so small for all the Deel...... Oflelat PifcllraU

ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCKKNt
TO Notice Is hereby given that IL T.: pleasure you get . and give. t.. r.I... Netleee .r n4))

Cook of lied the his estate final of report Helen a.Lewan-Executor fm ji c..tF, ....I I..II.... tbevs

dowikl. deceased; that he filed hi. ass ke Mate ef Fl.rieaa'
petition for final discharge and Southern Bell
that he will apply to the Honorable .,
T. K. McKntvht County Judge ofFlagi.r
County, Florida. on theU.t .Gln M11tJ, Fiitte Entered as second el..e4al
day of July. 1M4. for approvalof cg February t, 1912 at the pjstcf
same and for final discharge ae
; of the estate of HelenLewandowskl. at Bunnell. Florida under act
deceaeed. on thus t
March I. 1176
U th of JunsIS ltd. Exercise ,Il'I I
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T. COOK.
Executor of the state of b. and vote this
Helen .Lewandowskl. deceased. right AS a citizen... year One year .IU

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, Human Resources Books Are My Dish'

Is (By Dorothy Homoms) QUANTITY
Development Don't be misled by the WALL WEGIVEMETTS [ RIGHTS

Asked by Freeman :mat STREET and JOURNAL'S the first pages severe devoted for. I I RESERVED
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t Secretary of Agriculture .Orville Ito, Stock Exchange figures, Its! PRICES GOOD
I L. Freeman Is urging that I editorials are lively and just off '
rural communities give a high th U ker. The May 12th Issue I VALUE Market Thursday, Friday
priority to health, education; I has an editorial THE SIMPLER'I Super and Saturday,
family welfare, and other pro LIFE, that touches on matters July 9, 10, 11
grams aimed at the deve op. close to home: food. The American STAMPS ***
'ment of human resources. Heart Association says no Telephone 7.3201 103 S. Railroad St.
Speaking at a conference on saturates; only polyunsaturatedfats.
Developing Agricultural Resources The American Medical Association
o 'Effectively, at the Uni says there is not I U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
versity of Florida, the Secretarysaid proof to warrent our changing
that up to now most community habits of a life time. ;I
development programs While the U.S. Food and Drug
have concentrated on the development I Administration has issued an I Chuck Roast lbm 39
of economic and natural order that food manufacturers
resources. "This Is all to the cannot mention whether foods I
good," he said.Nevertheless are saturated or unsaturated.l
he pointed out, The writer goes on to say "Our FLORIDA GRADE "A" (Whole)
there are about 9 million families personal view Is that sunflowers'
who have benefited very are ino sensible substitute for!
little from the Nation's economic breakfast eggs; we'd dather live STEWING HENS Ib 1 19
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advancement, and in the future dangerously than miserably. I i
communities must organize to There Is a tie-up to this editorial
help these families "to get a in Irving Wallace's book t
share, through their own work about the giving of the Nobel I CENTER RIBPORK Ii I
': Prize called TIlE PRIZE. Tere Is
and effort, of the blessings of i
,it: our American economy and our the story of the lives of six people
Y" American way of life. That is who have come to Stockholmto I CHOPS lb 69 :
what the war against povertyis : be awarded the world's great
all about." est honor. The narrative series .
Secretary Freeman pointedout of flashbacks handledso
that rural development committees skillfully that his long book U. S. CHOICE U. 3.; CHOICE
have concentrated their seems like a short one. The research FAMILY Lb.
CHUCK
energies upon economic development work on Stockholm and STEAK 48* STEAK 58*
-upon creation of new In. the giving of the Nobel Prize .1
dustry, new agricultural enter. could not be more thorough. The
': prises, recreation, water and scinetiflc inventions discussedare LEAN TASTY WORLD'S BEST
timber resources, and other economic tomorrow's edition of what ALL MEAT Lb. GROUND Lb.
measures. "Our Federal scientists are doing r think. STEW 6ge BEEF 39* 0l

programs to assist community ing.A
have had the
development same
millionaire and a scientist ARMOUR RANGER
emphasis. discuss what they plan to do
While these efforts are essen1tlal about food. They have no use WIENERS Cello ,1.4ge, SLAB BACON Lb. 39* .j
to a successful attack on for cauliflower, beans, meat, "
poverty, "economic growth Is not eggs, or coffee-In fact, they
enough," he emphasized. "This have no use for any food. They PILLSBURY MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
country has grown In the last want to play God and invent HENDERSON
quarter century, from a $200 synthetic foods that look and
billion to $400 billion to a $400 taste like nothing people have FLOUR
billion to a $500 billion to a had to eat before. Algae enter SUGAR
$600 billion economy, but dur into the new nonfood Seaweed,
ing all this time there has beena no doubt.
layer of people at the bottomof Probably, these scientists 5 Baggy &&& Tiny 59*
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the economic pyramid who would have no use for sunflowersas VW Lb.
have received virtually no bene an egg substitute because Bag 39*
fit from all this growth." they arc like eggs in that they Plain or Self-Rising (All Grind)
The Secretary said that pros. are yellow and round. But allI
will continue to I can say Is let the scientists Limit 1 with
perlty pass purchase Limit 1 with purchase Limit 1 with purchaseof
these people by until every i eat sunflowers. They deserve $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
to, community organizes to help that fate. TIlE PRIZE is In many order order orderLipton'
them. ways a terrifying book and an
'The South has more than Its unpleasant one, but for those
Filter Flo
Hawaiian (Red and Yellow)
who care for books that are well
share of poverty, also, but most
of America's poor families do written, fascinating and strange, PUNCH For $ 3
TEA
not live In the South. I hope they won't miss it. BAGS 1LctLimit 59*

"Rural areas have more than ( 1 Please) 46 0:. Cans
their share of poverty, but more within a short time. Once becomes
of America's poor families are law, about $1 billion will Sealtest 12 oz. Cup (CREAM) Everfreth
urban than rural. be authorized for a whole seriesof COTTAGE
"What I am illustrating Is related measures. CHEESE Each Zge POUND CAKE Each 29*
that while poor people tend to Secretary Freeman said that
live In concentrated 'pockets of In order to be eligible for partof Shurfine 303 Can
poverty,' those pockets are scattered the $1 billion to be appropriated PEACH Everfre.h
all across the face of our a community must havea Cans DINNER Plcl'
land. It Is the responsibility of soundly-conceived 'Community HALVES 3 59* ROLLS Z Z5e
each community to search out Action Program' sponsored by
these pockets, identify its poor, an organization that is widely
analyze the causes of their poverty representative of Its citizens lie I ll/
and devise the measures said that many cities already
that will help remove those have Community Action Organizations
causes. working out eligible programs Autocrat
"And we must begin with the in anticipation of the Firm CrupyLETTUCE Gal
children and young people, who Act's passage. Head ICE CREAM 59* '
must be given the opportunityto "I believe it to be imperativethat 19*
break out of the cycle of Inherited a great many of our rural Sealdiweet 6 0z.
poverty Into which they communities be equally ready
r were born, so that they In turn with concrete plans for the first Fancy Sweet ORANGE JUICE 4 Cans $1,00CORN
will not transmit their povertyto phase of the action. So the bur .'
den Is passed back to I ask Ears
still another generation. you. 8 49* DAIRY
Secretary Freeman emphasizedthat you to study the act, go backto
the Federal Government your rural development com Pillsbury
cannot win the war on poverty. mlttes or whatever other Yellow CookingONIONS CANNED
i "In the war on poverty, the front izations may be
line soldiers are the communityand participate, and counsel organ"l Each
neighbor leaders. The struggle plan and organize." Cello I Bag 25* BISCUITS 9*

will not be won until they f :.:.:.:-:r.C<<.:.:-=":-:':' h: ;,=,.......,..,.r.r"/h:':.:':.;':.:.:.:.;' :.:':'=-j--=..XSO
win It-until you In It-In
each rural county, In each block, Coffee breaks In 17th-century FREE 50 FREE f 50 FREE
In each village, in each hamlet"The England were to popular among
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Secretary predicted that the men and the women signed ; STAMPS
the House of Representativeswill a petition charging: This' bitter With Purchase of S With purchase of With Purchase of
pass the Economic Opportunity nasty puddle water to at. f"erlre.b Twin Plcr. ? (J) Complete Broom 0 $5.00 or More Food
Act-popularly called the tracts that we scarce have two Potato Chips or Mop r: Order
antipoverty bill-this week or pence to buy bread, nor can we Coupon Void After ? Coupon Void After ::: Coupon Void After
next and that the Senate would find our husbands even to calla Saturday, July 11, 1964 e Saturday, July 11, 1964 Saturday, July 11, 1964
also enact the new legislation midwife. Q

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COLLECTING PAPERS WILL NOT MEET TODAY ,

The Boy Scouts of Troop 495 The Flagler Beach Womens ; I
wish to thank all the people whoso Society of Christian, which usually I II
faithfully saved papers and meets the second Thursday .
magazines for them over the I' In each month, will not PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
cooperation of in THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
past years. The have a meeting July. j RESERVED
the people has been overwhelming JULY 9, 10, 11, 1964

and Is much apperclated. COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS

The boys will not collect papers The Sunday School is at 9:45 a. m. WHERE QUALITY AND SERVICE RULE SUPREME
or magazines anymore. with classes for all ages. Morn'
money collected for the papersis j Ing worship is at 11 o'clock with
sending the troop to Boy I W. Dickert,
Rev. R. pastor.
Scout camp the last week In FINEST MEATS ANYWHERE -

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Sunday School is at 9:45 a. m. GRADE "A" WESTERN
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS CHUCK TENDER SLICED BABY BEEF
and morning worship at 11 o'
Church School time Is 9:45: a.
and morning worship at 11 clock. This Sunday Dr. Roland Lb. Lb.
o'clock.m. Armour, who is on the facultyat ROAST 49 LIVER 49C

Word was received from Rev. Stetson University, will be the
guest speaker. Training Unionis
Hoover this
and Mrs. Reynold
enroute to at 6:45 p. m. and evening wor GRADE "A" WESTERN ROUND BONE WESTERN
week that they are CORN FED CENTER CUT I
ship at 7:45.:
Alaska. The Hoovers plan to return I I
home before August 2nd. I Lb. Lb.
An official board meeting and a Mrs. Sam Moore and children, ROAST 59' Pork Chops 69

fellowship dinner are planned Matt and Laura, returned to
their home in Klnston, North
for August 2nd.
Carolina after spending two U. S. CHOICE CENTER CUT PALM RIVER SLICED
weeks with her parents, Mr and
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Stevens 'Mrs. Jack Meekins. CHICK Lb. Lb.
will leave tomorrow on their va. Steak 59
BACON
cation. They will be accompanied 49FOLGER'S
Roy Bell of Cocoa Beach spent
by Rev and Mrs. Tom Pin.
the holiday weekend, the guestof
ner. Both couples plan to attenda
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody.
Pastors Conference In Atlantic AMERICA'S
City, N. J. They also plan to visit
John II. Weksler from U. S.
the World's Fair and to visit SHORTENING
Naval Station at Meridian, Miss.,
with Mrs. Stevens' relatives in
is visiting his parents, Mr. and NFFEEFA
Lancaster, Pa.
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fifteen Mrs. Syd day Weksler.leave. He is on a CRISCO

I Miss Elaine Frailey left this ,
week by plane for a visit with ',
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Keep Clothes 60z. 3Lb.
Harold Shill, of Westfield, N. J. Jar 79 59 i
Can
Looking GoodMen I

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Leggacy Limit One With Your $5.00 or More Limit One With Your
from South Renovo, Pennsylva. whose work requires $5.00 or More j
nia were overnight guests of Mr. frequent travel often have probe Food Order Food Order i

and Mrs. Leonard Johnson Sun. lems keeping their clothes look. I
day night Ing ntMiss 303 shurfme Halves or Sliced 303 Argo Whole Green or Argo i

,( Elizabeth Dickenson,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede attended clothing specialist, Florida Agricultural Peaches I
1 a family reunion in Or. Extension Service, of. 3'"Grails For <
1 lando Sunday at the home of fens some suggestions for travel 2 35

their son in law and daughter, weary wardrobes.
'I Dr. and Mrs. William II. Kelly. If shirt collars come out of the 46 02. Hi "c" Mix or Match

Others present were Dr. and Mrs.I suitcase wrinkled, dampen the ALL FLAVORS
James F. Brede and three sons collar and smooth It against the 303 Sunlite
from Pitts burg, Pennsylvaniaand I' flat inside of the bathtub, let. DRINK 3 For 00
the Bredes' grand daughter I ting it stick to the tub. Over. $1 TOMATOES For oo :
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Russ night the collar will look like 8 $1
Rowe and their three children it's been pressed.
from Tampa. Dr. Brede and family Tuck a cellulose sponge in 46 Oz. Red HawaiianPUNCH

are touring the state and your suitcase to use as a cloth. For Denis Ready to Eat Canned Whole
plan to stop with Mr. and Mrs. ing brush. It removes lint readily 3
Frank Brede next week. and It washes easily. M00 Chicken "Ib 4 oz.
Tackle food spots Immediate. -9 i

Mr. and Mrs. Ormond Mac. ly with plain cold water, or Can
I Millan and children from Ocala shake some salt on the stain. 1 Lb. Can Royal Pink

visited here Saturday with Mr. i One or the other will do the Each / 48 Count Tenderleaf t

"I and Mrs. Bob Whitney. Mrs. Mar trick. SALMON 59 :
i Mlllan is Mr. Whitney's daugh. Coffee stains? To take them Tea Each
ten out of a shirt, stretch the stain. Bags 5p
ed part over the lavatory and
I FROZEN FOODS
1 Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson pour boiling water through the Save locCUT.GREENye
I and daughters, JoAnne and Bar. stain from a height of several French Style
bara, attended a family reunionIn feet. Glngerale will take out a FRESHEST PRODUCE
Statesboro, Georgia over the mustard stain.
weekend. To remove wrinkles from ties, For Fancy Yellow
hang them In the bathroom BEANS 2 39

,I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wells while you take a hot, steaming I CORN 5 For 29$
3 I and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells shower. When the ties are dry,
I! spent the weekend here with they'll have a neat, pressed ap 6 Oz. Sealdsweet
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. pearance.
Wells. Keeping shoes In good con. LEMONADE For
1 _. dltlon need be 7 77
-- ---- not a headache.To Lh.
I get rid of mud, let shoes dry OKRA
CALL SMITH! and then rub them briskly witha Lim.it 7 Please 19
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cloth.
dry Lighter fluted will
j/ Electrical Wiring-Repair take tar stains off shoes. A 7 oz. Rich's CHOCOLATE
LARGE HEAD
Licensed ElectricianPh. sprinkling of baking soda Inside .

4392017-Flogler Beach your shoes will discourage Pkg. < Each I
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Susan Carle, wore white accessories and her For $49-00
Wilber Sheffield corsage was of brides roses lifted oR THRIFTY SHOPPERS 4
from her bridal boquet.
Recite Wedding Vows Mrs. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK

Miss Susan Lee Carle, daughter credit
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle of Daytona
' Bunnell, became the bride of employed ROAST lb.49c
.I Mr. Wilber Scott Sheffield In a Pulpwood Co. .
candlelight ceremony at the are residing BONEROAST
First Baptist Church of Bunnellon '
Friday, July 3, at seven .C- Ib *
o'clock In the evening. Rev. Marriage Is 59
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Thomas Pinner officiated In the AnnouncedMrs.
double ring ceremony. The bride- Robert WESTERN
groom. is the son of Mr. and Mrs.L. announces
Scott Sheffield of Bunnell. daughter, '
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Organist was Ray Mercer and Dupont on PORK STEAK ;. lb. 49
soloist was Mrs. David HUsenI 1964.The Y .
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The bride, given In marriage. double ring
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by her father, wore a street; ton, Georgia,
length chantllly lace over taffeta Judge B. S. STEAK lb 79'ARMOUR
sheath with a flared over. Judge bride .
skirt of the same material. Her The
crown was of seed pearls witha I three piece
shoulder length veil of il. Her Select Western STAR
lusion. She wore a single strandof I I she wore a
pearls which had belonged I The bride : BEEF LIVER SMOKED BACON
to her great grandmother and Mrs. Revels Ibs.
pearl ear rings, a gift of the Revels. She 3 $100 Lb. 49C
groom. Her flowers was a crescent Ormond _ .
of brides and Mr. Dupont
bouquet roses
. lilies of the valley and Mrs. L. WESTERN CENTER CUT LEAN CHOICE ALL MEAT

Miss Terry Sheffield, sister of 1'Smyrna with the G. Pork Lk. u *
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the groom, was the maid of Bunnell.Mr. .
honor. She was attired in a and
yellow linen sheath dress witha siding at : Value 303 Can
yellow chiffon oversklrt. She nell, East
wore a short veil and carried a 8 For $100I I HERSHEY'S
crescent bouquet of yellow roses Raymond
and white daisies. in the SUGAR
The bridesmaid was Miss Pines, for a Value 303 Can
Lynn Orem. She wore a pale
yellow satin with a bell-shaped Mr. and CORN 8 For 'I00 5 B'.b; 29C
skirt. She also wore a short Sr., had as
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
veil and carried a crescent bou. recently their or more
guet-of yellow roses and white daughter, Mr. *
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Serving as best man was David and Diane, of BEEF 39C DAIRY SPECIAL -
Cook. The ushers were Dean I
Peterson, Miles Moody, and Mike I Mr. and
McMillan.A and children Southern Belle 1 Lb. Solid.
reception was held in the Carol and BEAR"U. OLEO
recreation room of the Church. vacation in C R I S CO. fOe
The brides table was overlaid North Limit 2 Please
with a white lace cloth and was
decorated with yellow daisies Mr. and 3 .}t 580 FROZEN FOODSForemost
and fern. A three tiered wedding as their -,
cake was served by Mrs. Homer Mrs. Pete
Brooks, and Mrs. Harry P. Cole- Pete Jr., and Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
man Jr., aunt of the bride. Mrs. Ferry, Ohio, ICE MILK c" 49C
M. C. Strickland Jr., served at Sheppard of
the punch table and was assist. Mrs. Sheppard Valley Frost Sliced
1 Lb. Pkg.
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book.David Hilsenbeck kept the brides I sister. Ripe STRAWBERRIES 290
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Following the reception'the Miss Lb.
couple left on a short wedding turned home fOe
Plain
Pillsbury or Self.RisingFLOUR
trip to an undisclosed Waterbury,
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T Too Late ere, and a few lueky kids had Celebrating the Fourth of July -"
small cannons. Outside of a I the old fashioned way was all

singed finger I never got hurt. I j right but now there's a law against 1I 1--- I

To Classify We heard about some kids being ; It. Anyhow our kids are
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seriously Injured, but no kidI I I
BY Russell KarI ever knew, and I knew a lot

i' can remember when the of 'em, was ever seriously hurt. I i VtfW 4CC' 40UJt docto'c...
Swimsuit Fashions
Fourth of July really meant In the evening my dad would

something in the country. As a Join with other dad's In our MIo, Sheath, godet, two piece,

youngster, I looked forward to block and all the youngsters In blouson, boy-leg . these are

the Fourth of July with the; the neighborhood would gatherIn the six popular swimsuit sll-

same anticipation and excite : a nearby vacant lot wherewe houlettes this summer.To .
would shoot Roman candles,
ment as I did Christmas. These' I select the type that flatters '
were the two biggest days in pinwheels, sky rockets and your figure, study your figure :

the year. I what have you. It was thrill I I I type, says Miss Elizabeth Dick I

ing. enson, clothing specialist Flor
For weeks, sometime" months,
Then there would always be ida Agricultural Extension Serv ,
we kids would save our pennies I
to buy firecrackers and waving ice.If q
American flags. Long before the your figure :needs very lit. I !

rest of the family was awake I the Revolutionary War and tIe control, select the into, a one. I
sometimes I was permitted ''to piece without front I1
I would be out with my pals style a
recite "The Midnight Ride of
panel.
"celebrating. Boy it was fun. I
We had a wide variety, lady. Paul Revere" or sing Yankee The sheath Is one-piece with

fingers, regular size, (50 to a Doodle with gusto. I was mighty a front panel, plain, draped, or b\ ttq.tVt. P'todCtapiiott to
proud of being an American. I shirred. It gives a smooth, long. I II
There have been a lot of i I line look. I \' tC'GOOit( 'Rc alL l'tuq( Sf'tc(

changes since then. People The godet? It is designed to
CLASSIFIEDADS
wem't so busy taking care of I hide heavy hips and thighs, under iiniinuiiiuiiiiiiiiiii

poor dumb clucks as they are its skirt, with a flare breaking r
today. Parents for the most part Just below the hlpline. I'

taught their kinds to look out If have
you an average or
FOR ALL ,HOURS DAY OR NIGHT
.......ay ....* tala ....aaa sue for themselves. They taught us "perfect" figure you can weara -
.
a seta 9w w.r* Mick lBertl., to be careful with fire and two-piece suit without any
n eats U Bfttalotui efcarm.
matches and told us the danger ,worry. Remember, two-piece AMBULANCE .
FOR RENT-2 room apartmentwith of carelessness with fireworks PHONE 4 1625
: fashions are the most reveal. VAlley ,
private entrance, bath and but let have them. SERVICE
they us ing of all swim wear.
screened porch. Mrs. Brockett. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
June 25-tfc Oh, how sweet it Is today! If you are looking for a style
You can't find a firecracker or that's comfortable and camou Never be. hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance.. W. .

DUMP TRUCK for hire. Hand a piece- of Chinese punk any. flaging, try the blouson, an art always at your, service with promptness, .safety and .
saws sharpened. Call ID' 7-3563 where and if you could and had over-blouson version attached to experience. ,

or ID 73669. 6-18-tf the courage enough to buy mlo pants. I .J.1

them and were caught at Ityou'd Shorts-type pants characterizethe Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
FOR SALE--SO acres land fenced, .
be arrested, fined and boy-leg fashion. It comes In
one-half mile from paved road. sent to Jail. We love our kids one or two pieces and provides Garcia Funeral Home
Phone 4373148. 7.9-ltp ,
nowadays and_ protect them.
extra coverage for slight builds
Licensed Funeral Director
P. E. GARCIA
JONESBORO HIGH SCHOOL We have advanced a long way and helps to play down hefty ,
class ring found Sunday the thanks to busybodies and legls proportions. I LADY ASSISTANT

neighborhood of Henderson's icehouse lators. wmwwwM.4

Flagler Beach.Owner may Nowadays If a kid wants to '" ,
claim same"by identifying same have fun: Instead of playing : .N.r

and paying*'for this. adv. with. firecrackers he cap go and \. ,,\'J".:l.' r r to*
July 9 get him a Wee automatic plsto .: '**? ".# !

or rifle or even a machine gun. defrosting ',,
FOR SALE-table and 4 chairs; If the local dealer won't sellIt no messy

2 living room chairs; old electric to him, he can order it by '
refrigerator in good condition mail. :', .W'
; drawer dresser and rug. ,
'
H Ija.
I Or he can get In a soupcc f
Call 4373755. 7.9-ltp ..." ..:gT
up Jalopy and drive It 100 miles

FOR SALE-15 ft fishing boat, an hour In a drag race on a ,/
12 HP motor and'.traUer. Call public street. As far as patriot. ?

Buddy Anderson after 6P. M. at Ism goes It is a lot of of hog

4373351. May be seen at the wash. He thinks George Wash

Harris Appliance Building. Ington Is* a bridge or some kind, w w .. : '4

July 9-ltp : ,; ,of coffee, and if you ask him .' .It".
about Paul Revere he will probably iIrq
PART OR FULL TIME-I need
inform you that any poor
assistant in Bunnell area-woman :
sap knows it's a brand of cookIng -
who is interested In makeup __ --
utensils. lie thinks Bunker
application. Earn while you' Hill Is where his father got his
train. No door to door! Call
golf ball In a sand trap, and
Mrs. Beverly Graves 325.5702 \
or yWilli.
In his book Thomas JeffersonIs
write at 2801 Edgemoor, Palat- a hotel. '
ka, Fla. 6-25-4tp:
------- Of sure, a few folks will hangout f
WANTED Old dishes, furniture, a flag on the Fourth of July.

lamps, dolls, guns, jewelery, and But to most folks the Fourthof
clocks. Mable Wettstaln, 1640 July Is Just another day Nobody

Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, thinks about Independence" .1'M

phone 4392140. 6.4-tfc Day or takes time to recall Val. "
o ''t
ley Forge or Lexington or Con.
FOR SALE OR TRADE on Highway i I cord. Dad is In a hurry to get
1, Allendale, 4 large rooms to the golf course. Mother Is with a modern I[NO-F&JSj1 I electricREFRIGERATORFREEZER! .{ ,
tile bath, masonry, plus 4-room
going to a movie, sister U go-
garage apt. Phone 4392140. Ing to the country club and ,
May 21UWANTED
sonny boy Is In a hurry to getS "\

IRONING to do at my ,.. '
'" Just the right degree of
home, reasonable Pick up t delivery Today' iwfroit models hold foot ;
plenty of everything,except frort. ature keen every type of i
Phone ID 73669.
; Ice never forma In either the peak tmhneM.and everythlnr' "' ,
: ,
10-24-4 I zero-cold freezer section or refrif- right at your finger-Up (Include ':'f,
tvt sots era tor. No scraping or chipping.! In* Ice cube ,galore)! I,
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain the smart
I S''t.EMeTRY puddle OoodYou'l love styling .
No mopping up '
fields installed; snail shell Reasonable bye forever to a nasty chore. and built-in- look .. .Ii ;
prices. Call George Ja- Tho modem electric IkMf era- colon, too. '-i
roz. ID 7.3410 8.1-tI tor-Freezer combination hold Boo the new no-frost electric "
much more-yet takes up JeIII Hefrfgerator-Freezeri and epa- t
CONSTIPATED? kitchen '[*C'e. You'll enjoy tremendously rate Freezers at your appliance
To pro. PUUN-EVAC eonUinlnc increased freezer space dealer Generous trsde-Iri allow

Smo-o.tIM.t.Prune PI ft bt A Ennaa tad moet natural world' J t AD... for today s demand! acres: convenient term '.rfI:1,-
UiUv. hurry to

for r MOODrS.n rou, FltEB PHARMACY flLUCPLB .r h. .......................................................**. : .
U Ubl.ta for Tie over MOMOO REDUCTION : "
: *1O MILLION RATE ; .

Now mere thin ever Ufor.?.tt'S.whole lot ehM per to go ALL-ELECTRIC :
oldJOHNSTON'S _: than to use s combination of"rvk *.Bect/ldty costs so Brt.y.t don S ::;.
R rtI.ilT auei.u4 wytt.eose I : 10 much for the enjoyment) of modem Florida living! :

' FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY Ct#. 71+e NiWtPJ 1sR ...........................SS............LJ..111111//**. x
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, .
WATER FRONT, FARMS 'iW !al Iie ;i
ACREAGE ,,, 11ft1,111l.!!

wir. nHmrmm inmm 19tH
See tu for your real estate seed

Office Phone HE 9-2242 4 ; FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

Residence Phone ID 7-3691 AND rriEcoNoulcAl' siNrsa $9110 Itosrai
or ID 7-3317: .
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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNEIJU FLORIDA Thursday, July: 9, 1964
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook,haveas I Miss Diane Greene arrived I I The first sinking of a warship I The world's largest flowers
their houseguests their son Saturday from New Orleans I by a submarine occurred a hun grow In Borneo on 13,455-foot

nta&Q and daughter in law, Mr. and where she is a student at the I I dred years ago, the National Mount Klnabalu, the National
and Charity Hospital Nursing School. Geographic Confederate
Mrs. Charles Cook young craft Geographic says. A parasite of
Continued From Page 7 daughters, Cheryl, Charlene, and She will return to continue her undersea L Hunley the Roiflesia genus., the plant

SUSAN CABLE FETED Cynthia, of Chicago, Ill. studies in September. sank the Housotonic off Charles. produces leathery, reddish

AT A BRIDAL SHOWER I ton, South Carolina, February 7, blooms that may reach a yardin
TUESDAY EVENINGMrs. Mrs. Frank Steflik Sr., return I Mrs. Stanley Deen and children 1864, but was itself swamped diameter.

Mike Steflik and Mrs. ed to her home here last Thurs I have returned to Grand Bra I and lost in the action.

Herbert Allen entertained with day from a three weeks visit in maha Island after an extended I

a" bridal shower honoring bride 1 Budapest, Hungary. This was I stay here to assist in caring for The mother porpoise generally
elect Susan Carle. The affair was her first trip there since she her mother in law, the late Mrs. nurses her calf for about 18 RENEW YOURDRlYER'S

given at the Allen home on came to America 42 years ago. I Gladys Deen, during her illness months, according to "life his LICENSE ,jL
Tuesday evening. About thirty While there she enjoyed reunions tory" studies made ''at Marine. I DURJRG YOUR '

friends,,calted during the eve. with her !two sisters and i Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White land of Florida. E2TN IIWYTH '
'ning. two brothers, and with Mr. Stele .have returned to their home
--
A yellow and white color I lik's three sisters. I here after spending a month in --

theme was used in the rooms I Knoxville and Madisonville,
where the guests assembled. The Mrs. C. A. Riddell said today Tenn. They were accompaniedhome 24 HourWrecker

refreshment table was overlaid her great grandson, Sisco Deen, by their niece, Miss Lillian : ServiceFlagler .

with a lace tablecloth and centered I I has recently received a promo. Mason who will remain fora
with an arrangement of tion to 1st Lt ,at the Alrforce visit.
I
yellow and white summer flow- Base at Barksdale.Mrs. .
Truck & Tractor CO.
ers. The bride's cake was featured I
in the table arrangement. Frances Weatheringtonand Howard Taylor spent the past MASSEY.FERGUSON
I holiday weekend in Fort Pierce
The guests were greeted at children have returned to
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
the door by Elizabeth Allen. Willow Alaska after spending
Grace Steflik served the cake about three months here. She Howard Taylor. He also attended VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

.,and Mechele Steflik presided at was called here by the Illness of held his high school-class reunion Owner JJunncll, FloridaChevrolet
there.
the punch bowl. her mother, Mrs. Gladys Deen of ...... .. ..
who passed away recently. i
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GRACE STEFLIK, ... ..,- -:'" .
+r

A HONORED LUNCHEON AT SPOR1S. ;

Grace Steflik was honored: dear rs. H Iarccars "

..
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guest at a luncheon last Thursday ft r ,
II w' .
at the family summer cot'

tage, Flagler Beach. The occasion CARDINALS IK than anybody

I was in celebration ,of het IN FIRST PLACE
l t birthday: anniversary, and. was ,
Manager :oe While's Cards
I a surprise to the honoree. took over first place In the Little Because they sell
Susan ; great cars
,, Guests included Mary : League softball Friday after-:
Brannam, Terry Sheffield, ElaineDeen
I noon. The league 1s''sponsored
,' Barbara Weaver, and
by the summer enrichment pro
members of her family. It is also ;
gram. a youth program v ;..
of the Amateur Softball
J Chick' Miller has been a pa. Association.. '

tient In the Veterans Hospital Coaches Bo Manuel and Cliff
in Lake City for medical atten McGrlff are In charge.
l tJon. .'
R In Friday night's game, the
I Cards going Into the bottom of i
1\ \ Isobel Greene returned to her
the sixth, trailed 97. Earl Rice i
I home here after a visit in Hous-
led off with a single. Carl Me-
1 on, Texas with relatives for .
II' Kelvin hit a single scoring Earl

three weeks. Rice. Herby McKjelvin, with the; Chevrolet.Impab Sport Coup
count 2.2 hit a triple scoring .
O. B. Green has returned to oJ J.t
Carl and tying the score. A
I his here after
home receiving
throw
from left field was an
treatment at the Naval Air Sta
error and McKelvln scored to
don Hospital in Jacksonville. give the Cards first pace.In I

a game between the White
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knight, Sox and Yanks, the White Sox
Kim, Jonl; Lynda, Lisa, Leta and :
I scored three runs in the bottomof
Una have returned home after
.,. I the sixth to win 87. *
vacation at Lake Wier. t
a ten day
, The White Sox scored three
During their stay there they had
runs on singles by Mike Zlm-
their Mr. and Mrs.
as guests merle, John Taylor, David .Sol ChevelU Malibu Sport Coupe
Chastian and two of
Bobby sons
"
omon, Garry Barber and a game -;"

I \Jacksonville. ". winning WIIITAKER single by Larry BuoriaTT : ,

MILLER ;.'". 1- ,' TOPS BIG TEN t
Ty Whitaker, pitcher for the .
ELECTRONICS league leading1 Cards is leadingthe h

top ten batters in the league
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.N M
; with a 575 avg. Mike Barber, tJ
REPAIRS ON TV'S shortstop for the Braves is In

1 WASHERSDRYERS .second place with 545. Third
place is Mike Zimmerle with a

500. avg. Mike is top home run '. ".. .It. ;.
Chevy n Nova Sport Coupe
hitter with two. /
Call Collect 672-0377 "
'
Top Ten Hitters 4

ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ty Whltaker ............................ .575 ". w.

Mike Barber ..................._._a .545

j Mike Zimmerle ...................... .500 ..> .. ,
Tommy Bratcher .........,.raw... .440 I." .
I Allan McCraney ......._._.. .400 ,. ,

Community Russell Wethington ..._.._.._ .400

j Memorial Church Gordon Worley.....-............... .375 ,

John Geller ..........................._ .375 r
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rE-T-
George Kozwanskl ............... .312 F
AIR CONDITIONED Carl McKelvin ..........._a__ .312 : CorvatV Jl/onza Club Coupe ..,
Dayton AT*. Youth Soft Boll Standing

FLAGLER BEACH July 7. 1964 '

Sunday School 10:00: A.M. W L Chevrolet has brought a whole new kindVhether you're gobbling up a hill In
Church Service 11:00 A.M. Cardinals ...................__.. 5 1 of excitement this
to everyday driving a thrifty Chevy II or making tracks
Braves ..........._................3 3
n. w. DICKBRT. Mater year-with 5 different lines of cars and on a sandy beach with
White Sox .................._... 2 4 a rear-engined
RYEIIYOKH: WELCOME 45 different models. Corvair feel it.
i Yanks: ...-.................__....... 2 4 you'll
--- And whether you're cushioned in the So why not stop in at your Chevrolet
I -- bucket seat of a luxurious Chevrolet dealer's soon and see what we mean.

Impala Super Sport or behind And don't be surprised if you
I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. the wheel of the Chevelle .
see
roomy ..: : ]I: your neighbor there. More
you'll feel it lr people do.
.. A. IL CRAIG. Funeral Director


f JOHN CAPO. Associate .BECAUSE MORE..PEOPLE. ..BUY CHEVROLET,..CHEYROLETS. ..MUST. BE .A BETTER BUY
I
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.' i CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED 09.1085:

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HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET
Phone ID 7-3532 COMPANYTELEPHONE

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