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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 16, 1964
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VOLUME 62, NO. 28 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR
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1 Glaucoma Clinic REV. TAYLOR WILL I --. Committee For

PREACH SUNDAY AT
At Civic Center FIRST METHODISTIn Lions Club Year \


Today Thursday the absence of the Pastor Named TuesdayRecently
who is on vacation Rev. Erne 1 ALWAYS
Through the cooperation of
Installed
president of
" Taylor of Daytona Beach will deliver
the Daytona Beach Glaucoma the Lions Club, L. H.
the message at the eleven Church
Clinic, and sponsored by the o'clock service Sunday at the 010W0! named standing committee
Flagler County Post of American :
Methodist Church. He delivered chairmen at the luncheon meet.
Legion and the Bunnell Lions the sermon at the service last ing of the Club Tuesday The
Club, today has been set as the I Sunday morning.American. Club also elected Leonard Moody
day for the Clinic in Flagler
and Fred Fruits to fill the vacancies
County in the Bunnell Civic Center !I on the Board of Directors

: LegionTo Parents will tell you that noticeable, yet it '* there iuti .
The mobile unit will be here I kids ore always growing.This the same.Local Committee chairmen to serve
from 8:30: a. m. to 4:30 p. m. i Install Officers growth Is never more obvious with first vice president Jimmy
and residents of the county from i thai the time when last win stores: are constantly
Kelley are: Membership, A. W.
adding Items new products
new ,
the age of 21 are urged to get I Monday EveningFlagler tell do4.Tng Is taken out of improvements on familiar Tucker; Finance, John Seay;
Is free
the examination which Post No. 115 of The storage to determine which everyday utensils and Program, Jimmy Kelley, Con
and painless. items may be used for another appliances. stitution and By ,Laws, Walter
Amelcan Legion will install officers ,
year. Day to day, the Morris
for the ensuing Monday Those of us who shop local
year growth fs n i ch less obvious. Serving with the 2nd vice
I evening at the Bunnell'Civ Did ever stop to think stores frequently are aware president John
New Park ProposedOn you of this We Seay are: Lions
"growth. may
Is called
ic Center. The meeting that our business community Information Committee, Fred
take it for granted but
Carolina BanksOne I for 8 p. m., when Fifth District Is steadily growing, too? we even are still aware of it,, Fruits; Convention, Leonard
Commander, Franklin Chambers Sometimes it is quite obviousa Moody; Sight Conservation and
of America's youngestand I lof Jacksonville will preside at new building goes up, an If YOU haven't shopped work for the blind, George
national the installation of officers. established store Is remodeled local stores lately, may we
parks
most Jr
popular Moody, ; Boys and Girls Committee -
do ?
or expanded. Other suggest you so soon
may soon get a twin. i Those elected to serve for the be did. Allen Reynolds; CItizen.
times, the growth Is not so You'll glad you
The Department of the Interior year 1964.65 are: Mrs. Cora L. hip, Patriotism and United Na.
has recommended that North Buckles, Commander; Leonard tlons Committee, Dale Brown.
Carolina's lower Outer Banks, Moody, 1st Vce( Commander; Serving with 3rd vice president
south of the Cape Hatteras Na (Walter Creal, 2nd Vice-Com (Mil take, Dale Brown will be: Publications
tional Seashore, be turned intoa mander; Walter Morris, Finance Trade at Hone S r and Bulletins, Emil
national park to be knownas I Officer; Raymond Smith, Service pojr Smythe; Civic Improvement and

the Cape Lookout National Officer; Howard Porter, Chaplin; Community Betterment, Jack

Seashore.If I Floyd Hurl, Sgt. at Arms; Louis Clcgg; Education, Robert Cook;
the Cape Lookout projectis 1 Nelson, Asst Sgt. at Arms; A. M. Health and Welfare Allen Reynolds

approved. it will add to ex I McDaniel, Adjutant, r ; Safety Levi Brannam;

Istlng.parkland 58 miles of I Agriculture, Homer Zlmmurle.
shoreline, from Ocracoke Inlet Jack Peardon They also discussed Club alms
south to Beaufort Inlet. The Cape I I Died Saturday- Ele.ctric PowerProduction.Is New AirportsAre and goals for the year, and '
. Hatteras Seashore stretches 80 I Jack N. Peardon of 2239 Cof- many interesting suggestions 'I

miles north'from Ocracoke Inletto fax Drive, South. Daytona thcHall-, pass.! ,. Up, . ConstructedThe I ,wpfe given by the. hew officers. ...
ed Saturday at
. Whalebone Junction on Bodie away They also planned to Improve
Island, the National Geographic I fax Hospital In Daytona Beach The production of electricityin progress of aviation in membership, both retention and
Society says.A I I after an extended illness.He Florida, a good gauge of gen. Florida during the past five new members.
was born in Manchester, eral growth was up 10 per cent years has been marked by the
Other officers
Major} Attraction serving this
I|I England, and had resided in last year over 1962 while na construction of 3G new airports year
Nature and history combine to Included EmU Srn'theSee '; L.II. .
)
I this area for the past 25 years tional production moved up 7 the Florida State Chamber of ,
make the Outer Banks a major I I Drady, Treasurer; A. %V,
He In the business
Wholesale
was cent, the Florida State Commerce reports
park attraction that drew 873,. per I Tucker, Tall Twister; George:
300 visitors in 1963. Occupyinga j I which serves business es Chamber of Commerce reportedIn : Total civil and military air. I'I Moody, Lion Tamer and Greet-
tablishments
narrow band of uncrowded here. He was 57 Its Weekly Business Review. I ports In the state last year numbered I er
I!years of age. "Total output of electric plants 173 by the latest official
between the white frothof
beaches Atlantic surf and the shallow i lIe Is survived by his widow in the state came to 26,615,000- I count. This number ranks the Sight Conservation Chairman
of the sounds, the I',Ann, and a daughter, Mrs. Jacqueline 000 kilowatt-hours during 19G3, state 15th In this respect. Of George Moody asked for volunteers .
calm Hatteras waters National Seashore Holden, both of South five times the amount produced this total, 62 airports are fully to help with the Glaucoma i

. Cape offers a unique variety of dl. ,Daytona. also surviving are one In 1950. This total was made I I paved and lighted, comparedwith Clinic Thursday and the response J
versions. brother and three sisters. up of 21,702,000,000 kilowatt. 40 airports five years ago. was very gratifying. Volunteers I
r hours produced by utility plants 'Only three states have more for the day were secur
The most active sportsmanfinds OFFICE STAFF (both public and private) for paved and lighted airports than ed. I
challenge in the salty waters ENJOYS DEEP general sale and 1,913,000,000 does Florida.
of the Gulf Stream. Here
SEA FISHING kllowatt hours generated by REV. FELDER ROWANTO
"Numbers of aircraft and of
abound blue marlin, dolphin, i
ambcrjack, and tarpon lie can [ The annual deep sea fishing pulp mills and other large man. pilots registered in Florida also FILL PULPIT
party given for the staff and ufacturing plants for their own show Last I l!
surf cast from the shore for appreciable gains. AT FIRST BAPTIST 1 1I
channel bass or "drum." The I members of their families of Dr. uses. year there were 3,015 active civil I Rev. Feldcr Rowan of Astor ;

most sedentary of bird watcherscan i Allen Reynolds' dental oracles 'This amount of electricity aircraft in the state, almost a : Park will fill tho pulpit at the

in the proper season, ob was enjoyed last Saturday. generated by manufacturing thousand more than in 1958. First Baptist Church of Bunnell
serve some 300 species at the I Those enjoying the trip were plants plus 5,151,000,000 kilo- Active pilot certificates held by I Sunday. He also delivered the
Pea Island Refuge-snow and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miller, Johnnie watt-hura sold to smaller plantsIn Floridians numbered 16,540: In message at the last Sunday

Canada geese, gadwall and other I Ruth Miller, Dr. and Mrs. the state, totaled 5 per cent i 19G3, a gain of about four' services, In the absence of the .
ducks, bald eagles, gannets, Reynolds of Bunnell, and Mr. over 19C2. The gain in the use thousand during the five years."I, Pastor. who Is on vacation.Rev. .
and Mrs. Jim Garrison of Or-
pheasants, loons, grebes, egrets, of electricity Is one measure of I Rowan has just" com
i
gulls, terns, rails, and many mon. Also his cousin Miss Pri- the advance of manufacturing Little Theatre pleted his studies at the South.em .
others. cella Allen of Lakeland.In In the state. Present Two I' Baptist Seminary at Louisville

Bathing, surfing, water skiing a stealthy war against convoys Both residential and commer I Plays Friday Ky.. and .Is presently residing .

and boating, shell collecting, gathering for the crossingto cial use of electricity In Flor The summer Little Theatre of at Astor,

beach combing, and hunting are Europe or Africa. In 19-13! 81 ida gained 11 per cent last year. the Bunnell School presented
other pastimes. Lodgings, stores, vessels were sunk off the North To produce electric energy In I Dolly Has The Flu" and The Bible School
and restaurants are provided In Carolina coast The area came Florida, all electric companies' Haunted )House" In the school Dates Set For
,villages like Hatteras, Rodanthe, to be known to merchant sea together used 1,782,410 short tons auditorium Friday at 2 P. )f. St. Johns Park
Salvo, Wave, Frisco, and the tiny men as 'Torpedo Junction." of coal (up 9 per cent); 19/322- Eve Tucker and Jeff Crews Bible School for the St. Johns
port of Ocracoke with Its nearly Hulk of old wrecks still peek 354 barrels of oil ( 10 were the characters In the first Park area has been scheduledfor
up percent
landlocked harbor, Silver Lake. through the sand. Driftwood II ) and 96 billion cubic feet play. The cast of the second the week of July 27 through
The national seashore, open plentiful Mike Manuel Dudley 31, Nana Hllsenbeck said today.
of gas (up 6 per cent) during play was
all has grounds and Edward Teach the pirate Geller The school will be from 9 a. m.
year camp last year." Improta, John Lyna
beach shelters, visitors" centers, known as Blackboard, maintain. Knight, and Catherine Harris.Minne until noon at the Community
and a maritime museum. ed a rendevous on Ocracoke, Deen tap danced to Hall It Is sponsored by the

Rich in Ulstorf sallying forth to plunder ship. HOLDENS RETURN -California, Here I Come" between First Baptist Church of Bunnell.
Maritime history is an integral ping along the coast Teach's plays. I
part of Hatteras' interest Hole on Pamlico Sound, Is a FROM MONTHS This week Allida Tucker will I DR. REYNOLDS WILL

to visitors. Diamond Shoals part of local folklore. VACATIONMr be the reader for The Rabbit's ATTEND ADVANCE

where warm Gulf Stream waters Teach himself was killed In and Mrs. Tom Holden returned Party." When Billy Went Up DENTISTRY CAURSE
collde turbulently with cold Ocracoke in 1718 while resistIng home Wednesday after The Sky" also will be presented \ Dr. Allen Reynolds leave during
remnants of the Arctic Current capture by a Virginia expedition visiting their IOn In law and In the cast are Linda Church, the weekend to attend a
is known as the Graveyard of II led by Lieutenant Robert daughter, Mr and Mrs. Julian t Lila Allen, Mickey Atkinson week long advanced course In
the Atlantic. The region has I Maynanl Tradition holds Caudlll In EHzabethton. Tenn. Boyce Atkinson, Ernie Johnston Dentistry for children at Duke
claimed some .200 ships. that the tough old buccaneer They also visited l the World's Mike Pazynlalc, Anita Moore, University In Chapel Hill N. C.
During World War II, German }suffered =20 saber cuts and five Fair In New York City and with Rhoda Pelllcer, Gary Harris, He also will attend a District
submarines haunted the waters i pistol wounds before succumb ,Mrs. Holden's sister in Scranton, Mary Cook Sheila Johnston, and Dental Conference In Cocoa Frii -
off Hatteras and Cape Lookout ing. Pennsylvania Jay Rodger i day and Saturday of this week.



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, July 16, 1964

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is trained to bite into suspect State's Park Have FUAOLBIl IN TIIH CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT KIOIUUA OF

Cackling Geese pieces. Phony coins dent; good I L.IN ALLBN CHANCKHY PYKB,NO. 4803 ( PETERSON T :


Have Guard Jobs ones don't. Banner YearThe VI. Plaintiff. SERVICE

"Baby" Tows Cars WILLIE O. PYJCE.Defendant. ROAD SERVICE O-I

Cackling geese guard Scotch Elephants are widely used as i. Florida Park Service has NOTICE TO iSFENDTHE Light Mechanical

whiskey. Pregnant pigs snuffle beasts of burden in Asia and, Just completed a banner year of STATE OF FLORIDA, TO Phone 4373441

truffles. An agile monkey drivesa In circuses everywhere. One has I I attendance and income, accord. Residence WILLIE O and PYRE Post Office! ''I .

even turned up In English coun ing to N. E. Miller Jr., state i Address Unknown.
!
tractor. I I I You are hereby notified that a IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
In the try lanes. Named Baby, the I j I park director. {I I suit has been filed against you In SHVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
These creatures are the above entitled cause; and you IV AND FOR FLAULRR
A record number of COUNTY
beast as a two ton truck I! 4,528,2111 I
serves tile
vanguard of what may be a I are hereby required to your an- FLORIDA. LAW NO. 810
for a garage. "Baby is more powerful i persons visited Florida's State I swer with the Clerk of this Court, STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
tiny trend toward "anlmalma- and to serve a copy thereof upon OF FLORIDA, an Agency of the
animal and reliable than a truck," I Parks and Historic Memorials the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, I State of Florida,
tlon. Within limitations, the ended June 30. I whose name and address is: Petitioner
during
workers do their Jobs as no starting troubles, and she year JOSEPH W. HATCHETTP. I

doesn't use petrol, though she This was an increase of more O BOX 12 HELEN FIELDS, et al?
well as man or machine, and I Daytona Beach Floridanot Defendant
to work for likes an occasional bun." than 590,000 over the previousyear. later than August 8, A. D. 1964. I NOTICE OF RULE NISI
happy pea.
seem If ;you fall to do so. decree pro NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN
nuts or chlckenfeed, as the case Two white mice played a vital confesso will be entered against I'JtOCl'I<:DINGS
role in a construction projectAn Park revenue for the 12-month you for the relief demanded In the I IN THE NAME AND BY THE
may be. also record. The bill i of complaint. The nature of AU HORITY OF THE STATE OF
electrician could not threada period was a said suit being for divorce. FLORIDA
In Dumbarton, Scotland, a $523,491 collected in state parks WITNESS my hand and seal of TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
gaggle of 18 patrols the cable through an 80-foot said Court this 80th day of June CERN and to all persons and parties -
geese length of pipe which had four during the fiscal year was an A D. 1964Official claiming or having any right, '
sheds storing thousands of barrels Increase of $77,880 over the pre. ( Seal) E. A. 8MYTHB title Interest, estate, mortgage or
bends and was imbedded In concrete Clerk of said Circuit Court other lien to or on those certain
of aging whiskey. At the in building. vious year.Overnight. By Julia R. Harvey parcels of land hereinafter described -
a new
sight of an Intruder, presumably Deputy Clerk I and the following persons
camping attendancewas July 2.9.18-23-He together with all unknown
Inspired he bought two white l person
thirsty, the geese start cackling, another area In which 'records COURT TILE claiming by through or under
and running. mice, one male, one female. The IN TUB CIRCUIT : known persons who are dead or
guards come were set More than 623- sKVUNTii JUDICIAL CIRCUIT who are not known to be dead or
Geese Weed Cotton electrician tied a length of IN ANI) FOR FI'AULKIt COUN- alive:
000 persons camped in Florida TY, FLORIDA IN CHANCKHYAMKNDKU Clinton Fields
to the-male and stationedhim
string
Perhaps a million wad. NOTICE OF SUIT
geese state parks during the c/o Marlon Clinton Fields
dIe through southern cotton- at one end of the conduit, year-an J1.4Nelr.nY NO. 4727 1'.O Box 42S
Increase of 26 per cent. EULA MAE HOPKINS Pearson, Georgia
fields, destroying weeds more and placed the female at the Plaintiff SRD NO. 102.1
Ft. Pickens State Park near VI. I
efficiently than man mechanic. I other. The electrician squeezedthe ANDREW
Pensacola lead other parks in HOPKINS.Defendant. Helen Fields
female, 'she squeaked, and 1'.O. Box 426
al weeders herbicides the
or overnight campers with a total OIIDKH OF PUIILH'ATinVIN Pearson Georgia
the male raced through the THE NAME OF THE STATEOF .
National Geographic Society SRD NO. IOU 'f
of Birch
71,136. Hugh Taylor FLORIDA TO:
says. Geese are credited with pipe to find her, pulling the State Park at Ft. Lauderdale ANDREW HOPKINS Marlon Clinton Fields fP
string behind him. The string residence adressUNKNOWN : .O Box 426
reducing the cost of growing an *
topped all other parks in total i Pearson, Georgia
was then used to draw the cable You are hereby required to file
acre of cotton from $124 to $98. SRD NO. 102.1Fnnk
attendance with 712,196 visitors. with the Clerk of this Court your

Said the owner of a 10,000 acre through.A I Florida Caverns State Park at I answer to the Complaint for DIvorce Thompson
filed herein In
Louisiana plantation with 4,500 ferret saw similar serviceat against you 17948 Roscoe Blvd.
Marianna recorded the most the above entitled cause on or be- Resedea California

geese: "If 'It wern't for them a South Dakota air base, but revenue with $58,708. I for the 3rd day of hereof A. D, SRD NO. 102.1
1964 and serve a copy upon Marlel
I couldn't stay in the cotton he worked alone In a conduit Lawrence W Borne, plaintiff's atetorney 17948 Roscoe M. Tidwell Boulevard Thompson

herein, whose address is Resedea California
business. without a female incentive.The 412 N. Halifax Avenue, DaytonaBeach
mounts of food as a reward, or SRD NO, 102.1
In Washington and Oregon, elite among animal work. Florida "The Flagler Tri
reinforcement for doing a bune" is hereby designated as the Betty Tidwell
thousands of geese weed pepper. ers are actors. In 1963, more simple task. Gradually the newspaper In which this order 119 North Orchard Street
shall be published once a week for P. O. Box 874Watertown
mint than animals In
fields. They are retired 21,000 appeared
tasks are made more difficult four consecutive weeks HEREIN New York
after two seasons, having by the movies. Of these 28 per cent FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO SRD NO. 102.1
until the animal learns a rather CONFHSSO WILL BE ENTERED
then developed a taste for young were horses and 39 per cent cattle complicated job.Pigeonswhich AOAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL-I ,James BreweiTidwell

mint plants. -a testimonial to the URE. I 119 North Orchard Street
pop. have excellent The nature of this suit II a bill 1'. O. Box 674Watertown.
Trained French pigs detect larity of the horse opera. for divorce.! New York
visual acuity, as well as WITNESS :My hand and seal at SnD N0. 102.1
underground truffles, a small A Manx cat recently was appointed In. Flagler County Florida,
color vision-were trained to rhn3eJh: b. .
day of June A. 1964Olllclal
SECTION
the official 73001-2401-2402
black of
fungus Indispensable to mouser EMIL
Sean A. SMYTHE
spect drug capsules and reject ( STATE ROAD 9 FLAGLER
the highest of the high cuisine. Great Britain's Home Office. Sheis As Clerk Circuit Court COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS
discolored, dented, or misshapenpills. Flagler County, Florida
srm
NO.
Oddly, the female's sense of classified as an industrial July 2.9.16.Z3-Uc I LIMITED IOU ACCESS RIGHT OF WAY

smell Is sharper than the male's, civil servant, and her annual That part of:
envision IN COURT OF TUB COUNTY
Some psychologists a The
8E
% of Section
and expectant sows are the salary of $36.40 goes to feed the brave new world where animals JUDGE!HTATU OF.. .FLORIDA..AGI... lt IN COUNTY PRO', | -1 South( Range SI J2.East TownfhP lying -

keenest snulflers. The kitty. within 150; feet of the survey
pigs are RATE
in line of
tedious State Road
displace men some 9 (1-95)
denied the of The National Zoo in Wash. IN Re the Estate of Section 78001 said
pleasure eating HELEN survey line described -
LEWANDOWSKI
Jobs they believe, for Instance, as follows '
the truffles they unearth, but ington, D. C., put a resident ant. Commence :
the
that a chlpanzee can be trained I I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: on South line of
rewarded with eater named to work said Section 32 at a point 36946
are beans Tommy
acorns, to feed chemicals into a process. Notice Is hereby given that H. T. feet West of the Southeast cor-
Cook filed his final
cleaning out nest of termites report as Executor ner thereof thence
or a South
corn. ing vat-a triumph of animal. of the estate of Helen Lewan 18'20'19"East
An Australian sheep rancher from 'a wooden filing cabinet. mation. dowskt. deceased; that he filed hispetition 200, feet thence to the North Point 1820'19 of Beginning -

claims that his nine-year.old Zoo officials don't recommendthe that he will for apply final to discharge the Honorable, and line West 5761.11 feet to the North
of said Section
32 at a point
rhesus monkey can drive a trace practice to homeowners, however T K. McKnlRht, County Judge of 204955 feet West of the Northeast -
Flagler County, Florida, on the
The safest to view the
tor, herd sheep, and spread hay because anteaters don't way lilt day of July, 1964 for approval corner thereof.
vicious eel is of and for final discharge
green moray prob. same as
for feed. "Johnnie is a careful i particularly like people, and Executor of the estate of Helen less Containing 19.28 acres more or

driver," said his boss. "He never they smell bad. ably through the portholes at Lewandowskl deceased, on this
86th day of June 1964.
Marlneland.
presses the starter button while When a Canadian dam de. /SH. T COOK, I TIDWELL OWNED; KATY BY: ELIZABETH J. TIDWELL N.
Executor of the estate
the tractor is In gear." The mas veloped a leak that engineers Helen Lewandowskl, de- of LKQRANDE and husband, WAL-

ter switches chores with the could not locate, a pair of it1QU1ST FUR rein ceased. TER O LEGrl\ANDE\ ; HARRY E.
Notice Is hereby given that the : July 2nd 1964. aJOHN"lt IDA MAE
monkey during the day to break beavers was turned loose in the Board of County Commissioners of Junrllr.n- c3-4tc I TIDWELL wife ; F. TIDWELLand
Flagler will re* ZORA LEE TIDWELL'MAGGIE
the monotony. vicinity. In less than a week, cetv sealed rt.l'at the office of IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT !SEVnTH M. TIDWELL EATMAN
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bun JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV and husband WILLARD EATMAN;
the beavers
found
the leak and
Australian tax authorities I nell, until \9:00 a. m. August 3, 1964 AND FOIl FLAULKll COUNTY, I TOM C TIDWELL; JAMES O. TID
have ruled that the monkey is repaired It. for the followingLabor : FLORIDA. IN CHANCKHY N0.4wta..l)11' !! WELL and wife' << ANNETTE TID
coat only (on hourly or A WELL; WILLIAM HAMPTON TID
a bona fide employee, and allow Pigeons Pick Pills lump sum bails) for painting the PETER PAOANIS WELL and wtEEDITH T1D-

the rancher a tax deduce The cat, anteater, and beavers be Flagler supplied County by Jail.the County(Material). Details to- VI. Plaintiff I I(I WELL FIELDS MARION and wife CLINTON, HELEN

tion for him. Johnnie works for were doing what comes natural. as to the work to be done TOULA PAQANIS, FIELDS; JAMES BREWER TID
can be obtained from the Sheriff Defendant I WELL and wife, BETTY
room and board; his favorite ly, but psychologists now are or the Hoad Superintendent. NOTICE (n.' !MUTT WELL: MARIEL M. )\v"YLt
The lioard reserves the rightto IN THK NAME OF THE STATEOF I THOMPSON and husband FRANK
meal is a peanut butter sand. training animals to see how well reject any and all bids FLORIDA: I THOMPSON, HARRY BYRON TID

wick and soda pop. they can do human jobs, according Dated at Hunnell. Florida, this TO: Toula 1'aganls WELL and wife QERALDEEN TIWELL
14th day of July 1964 Whose Address and Residence is: ; THOMAS JACKSON T1D-
In Malaysia, working monkeys to the National Geographic OTIS a IIUNTBR. Chairman 80 Gardener Street I WELL and wife FRANKIE LEE

drink their Society. The technique of County Commissioners Peabody. MassachusettsYou TIDWELL; FRANCES MARION
up wages. They are ATT':: are hereby; notified that a I TIDWELL CAPPS and husband ED-
paid off in soda pop for scrambling is known as reinforcement the. K. A SMYTHE Clerk. suit In equity has been brought DIE! CAPPS. BARBARA TIDWELL
July; K-IJ-Jtc against you by Peter Paganls In tONE and husband DUANE
M up coconut trees and throw. ory or operant conditioning.The the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial CONE ANNE TIDWELL: BELLE

Ing down the fruit A Thailand animal first is deprived ILEQVEST FOR mo ) Circuit In and for Flakier County TIDWELL; CLINTON FIELDS and
Notice Is hereby given that the .Florida and you are hereby sum any unknown heirs devisees and/
bank employs a monkey to test of something it wants, usually Hoard of County Commissioners of moned ordered and required to or other claimants' under laid W. J.
Flagler County Florida, will re- file your written answer or defenses TIDWELL", deceased
coins. The stron jawed simian food, then is given small a- reive sealed bids at the office of to the amended complaint

the Clerk of the Circuit Court until filed herein against you In the a- TAKE NOTICE abeen Declaration *
-- - -- -- 9:00 a. m. August S, 19(4 for the bove entitled cause In the office Sf Taking has filed In
following: of the Clerk of the Circuit Court the above-styled cause by the Pe
One > 1/1 Ton Pickup Truck with In 'and for Flagler County; tloner. the acquiring authority of
C cylinder engine standard cab andequipment at his office In the Court these Proceedings, of the taking
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. heater, standard trans In liunnell. Florida, on or Florlda.j of the above-described lands for
million and standard T50 x II tires the 17th day of August A. the purpose let forth In the petition -
The Board reserves the right to and to serve a copy of such answer In this cause via.: As right
reject any and all bids or defenses upon Raymond; I of way for .a Portion of State
IL CRAIG. Funeral Director Dated at Ilunnell. Florida, this Wilson. Karl and Conway, plaIn- i Iload 9 In Flagler Florida
14th of July 1964. tiffs attorneys; herein whose ad and that the Honorable Geo.
JOHN CAPO, Associate OTIS a HUNTER, Chairman dress II 601 North Orandvlew Avenue i i1 Jackson one of the Judges
Hoard of County Commissioners P, O Box (725. Daytona the Circuit Court In the Seventh
ATTEST Beach. Florida, on or before said I Judlclall Circuit of Florida will.
AIR OXYGEN K, 8MVT11E.. Clerk. date as required the laws of on July 21. 2:11 I'. IL. In
LADY July 11-lS-ItcJFlaglrr Florida and the .rl Florida Rulesof I the .llilC
I I[ EQUIPPED .-- Civil rocedure If you fall to do I Florida consider said
I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES so. a Decree Pro Confesso will be Declaration of such
AIAPELCONDITIONED entered against ;you for the relief praisers, make Order as the
I
m It Sribunr tered against you for the relief. Court deems proper All parties
demanded In the complaint to the suit and all parties interested -
Phone ID 7-3532
You are further notified that the I I may pear and be heard
nUNNEl. FLORIDA nature of said suit Is a suit for' at the time and place designated.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA a divorce and Its purpose Is to secure I You, and each of you, are hereby
a divorce forever annullingthe I commanded to appear by filing an

MRS. )I. n. FULLER. Editor between bonds you of and matrimony the plaintiff.existing I I Hied Answer In finis cause Petition In the heretofore entitled

tbr- :trnt.t the court In which I I Court on or before August 24. U...
been Instituted Is to show what right title. Interest
le.lgaated OMelet I'ablleatl.e Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial or lln. you or any ' you, haven
24 HourWrecker Circuit. In and for Flaffler County. i Iin <1 to the above-described
fr Public H tl*" .( FinderC
lands
Florida end the abbreviated title I and show cause why the
Service ...tr, Mutarlpallilea therela of thin case Is Pagaals vs. Paganls sate. should not be taken for the
It .. hereby" ordered that this .. and purposes set forth In the
sad the Stale el rierUa order and aottce shall be published Petition ted A.r.la.
one a week for. four consecutive lIaDd *
weeks In The ...II.r Tribune a I ORAL offssaid Court on this- Std
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co Entered as second class matter newspaper published In Ilunnell, day of July f.. n 1964.
Flagler County. Florida and having E. YTnC
February .. 1111, at the poetofflce a general circulation In Flag Clerk oft Circuit O..rt In
ler Oountv Florida aad for
MASSEY.FERGUSON
Flacter Florida
County.
at Bunaell. Florida, under act of WITNKiif My hand as Clerk aad By: Julia) ft Harvey

Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment March I. 1376. tfce seal of said Court In Bwaaoll. I)*Sty Clerk
PUrrUr atrkt'orf.4a tHte fth
day of tufa J. RICHAAY
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 (CIRCUIT ChCRT PULl) AOt.LAND BUTLD1N
One year -.1I.1t E. A. HMTTHRCWrk TALLAIfAMKB.. FLORIDA
Owner Bunnell, Florida Six months -_$t25 I of the Circuit Coart la 0,PsffifflftRT E
and for FUgler County. Florida !:
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Lighthouse Men National Geographic Society

i says. ,
Standing along the Nation's
Vanishing BreedTo coasts and lakeshores are some WE GIVE QUANTITY

the roster of vanishing 42,250 navigational aids. Among METTS RIGHTS
the aids, which include buoys, RESERVED
Americans should be added the
sentinels of lighthouses.There I fog signals, radio beacons, day TOP ***
aren't many "wickles beacons, and loran stations, are I PRICES GOOD

left-the rugged, solitary men I 10,858 light stations of various I Thursday, Friday
VALUE
kinds. These automatic
are fully Market
who kept the lights burning for Super and Saturday,
I except for 287 manned
mariners in fair weather and
lighthouses. There Were more July 16, 17, 18
foul, night of the year.
every than 400 manned stations less STAMPS ***

These men were brothers's keepSera than a decade ago. Telephone 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
in every sense, for the job
Tending lighthouses has never
of helping seafarers gave neither been an easy Job, even in the FLORIDA GRADE "A"
fame nor fortune but required -I
gadget-filled 20th century. It was
the utmost dedication.The .
drudgery in colonial times. QuarterS
Coast Guard, which has
Forerunner of all American
Jurisdiction over' all lighthouses lighthouse keepers was George Whole
and other aids to navigation,,
Worthylake. lIe tended the fu. or
says only 36 civilian lighthouse turue Nation's first "Light House FRYER 29
remain in service. On HalvesLb.
keepers "
& Lanthorn, built at Boston in
will be replacedby
retiring they
1716 and paid for by charging
Coast Guardsmen.
ton.
ships a penny a
.
Rapid AutomationThe In winter, Worthylake was

day Is rapidly approaching doubtless hard pressed to keep

when even the scattred "ye ole rrom congealing" In CENTER CUTPORK U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
will the dozen or so lamps. lie was
of Coast Gaurdsmen
crews Lb. ROUND Lb.
quit the lighthouses for the last paid only 50 pounds a year, but CHOPS 690 STEAK 790

time, leaving their operation to was liable to a' 100-pound fine
automatic controls. Conversionof should he neglect his work.
a lighthouse at Baltimore,, Both Worthylake and his successor BOSTON BUTTPORK U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

Maryland, to atomic power in were drowned In the line ROAST Lb. SIRLOIN STEAK Lb.
490 890
May, 1964, underscores the rapid I of duty.
automation of lighthouses, the The first keeper of another
historic lighthouse, Portland
WORLD'S BEST U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
Head, Maine, got no pay at all.

CLASSIFIEDADS for He was his family provided, and with allowed a home to GROUND BEEF Lb. 390<< RIB STEAK Lb. 690

farm and fish on the property.A .
llghtkeeper at Ocracoke, BEEF U. S. CHOICE

North Carolina, thought to turn "". $ 00 ALL MEAT Lb
SHORT RIBS 3 I STEW
. .... the lighthouse into a part-time 6ge
....u... ..... tU ** *! .
8 eeata M' ward' aek 1.riI... tavern to help support himself, I
n Mate U .!.!... ." ...
_. - but the Government quickly
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedrooms, stipulated "that no goods shouldbe Maxwell louse In.tantCOFFEE
1% baths, large lot, fenced back stored, no tavern kept, no SHORTENINGCRISCO GIANT SIZETIDE

yard, air conditioned. See Buddy spirits retailed" on the premises.
br Shirley Chambers or call "AU Is Well"

4373670. 7.16.23.2tp Though he worked for the

JONESBORO HIGH SCHOOL thriftiest of all government

class ring found Sunday in the agencies, the old Lighthouse 6 Oz.
neighborhood of Henderson's ice Service, a first-rate keeper had Jar 89C
Beach. Owner to be a combination mechanic, Giant
house, Flagler may sm590
claim same by identifying same bookkeeper, handyman, cook, Size 490
and paying for this adv. electrician (in the 20th century), Save 38cQn
and one man rescue service.
July 9
-- One of the few women light- Limit 1 with purchase Limit 1 with purchase Limit 1 with purchase

FOR RENT-2 room apartmentwith keepers, Ida Lewis, of Rhode Is- of M.OO or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
private entrance, bath and land's Lime Rock Lighthouse, order order order

screened porch. Mrs. Brockett. saved 23 persons from drowning.In .

June 25tfcDUMP time, electricity and elec.

ironies replaced candles, spermoil DARTCANNED
TRUCK for hire. Handsaws v
and kerosene. But there was .
sharpened. Call ID 7.3563 I"
not way to alleviate the burdenof
or ID 73669. 6-18-tl
weather.

PART OR FULL TIME-I need During flooding on the Mississippi RED CARDINALGRAPES '

assistant in Bunnell area-worn* the keeper of a Louisiana !. Lb. Zge (ALL FLAVORS)
an who Is interested in make-up lighthouse managed to send

application. Earn while you word: "I am yet on the Job, but
train. No door to door! Call the water has run me out of my FANCY GREENCABBAGE
DRINKS
Mrs. Beverly Graves, 325.5702 or house..." He added bravely, Lb. 60
write at 2801 Edgemoor, Falat "All Is Well."

ka, Fla. 6.25.4tp Not all danger came from
SANTA ROSAPLUMS
storms. In 1957, the crew of a CLANS
WANTED Old dishes, furniture Chesapeake Bay lighthouse had Lb. 14 I $1 00
290WINTER
lamps, dolls, guns, Jewelery, and to take to a cutter in darkness:
clocks. Mable Wettstaln, 1640
when three Navy attack bombers
Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, mistook their station for a
439.2140.6.o4.tc SUNLITE 303 SAN
phone practice target and riddled it V i .

FOR SALE OR TRADE on Highway with rockets. PKG.TOMATOES 8 c" .. '100

1, Allendale, 4 large rooms, GARDEN 10 Oz.
tile bath, masonry, plus 4-room WHAT IS YOURFAVORITE .
garage apt. Phone 4392140. CHEESE? STRAWBERRIES fi
May 21tfWANTED What's your favorite kind of FRUITCOCKTAIL

IRONING to do at my cheese TMaybe FRO-JOY 4 For 'I00
It's a cream cheese to
home, reasonable. Pick up & de ..
v'c
livery. Phone ID 73669. spread on crackers, or a tart ICE MILK 490

10-24-tfSEPTIC bleu cheese which you can AL FLAVOR 3 Oz. PKG.
blend for salad dressing.
a
TANK cleaning; drain If you're a real connlsseur of BAKERY ITEMS JELLO Pk'. fOe

fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. cheeses, you have more than FRESH BAKED I
sonable prices. Call George Ja- 800 different types to select
roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf from throughout the world, according (Ready to Eat) EVERFRESH (Twin Pkg.)

to Dr. K. L. Smith, assistant APPLE CHERRY
CONSTIPATED? dairy technologist with Each POTATO CHIPS 49c
To prove PKUN-EVAC CODulDIDI'l.be I PIE 390
PrunM. A Snn U natural the Florida Agricultural Experiment .
8oto-o>th it tod moat
luatl.. hurry to Stations. MURRAY SHOWBOAT 300 CAN
SHORT BREAD
MOODTS PHARMACYfor The most common type of I
.nerou TREE tAUPLE or cheese In the United States are COOKIES pt' PORK &BEANS1Oc
40 Ubttti for "0. Ovtr 1.000.000 250
old wch rar.JOHNSTON'S. cheddar-or America-cheese
The nation's t ______ __ ___ _ _ _ __ ____________ '..___ _..._. .....___
or cottage cheese. .r.Q.or.qh=-:.>>="h-O r.Or.Oh=-: :. ;r.';l. ;Q.r.t r; ; rrrrrrrrr..7
cheese manufacturers produce

FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. about 900 million pounds of 5OFREE I 50 FREE j SOFREE
cheddar, and some 700 million
LOTS. HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, pounds of cottage cheese each TOP VALUE STAMPS $: TOP VALUE STAMPS ;:: TOP VALUE STAMPS

WATER FRONF FARMS year along with other varieties. With Purchase of : With purchase of \r With Purchase of

ACREAGE Smith says 12 per cent of all $1.50 Worth of S:$2.00 Worth Cosmetic & $5.00 or More Food
lee us for you real state needs milk processed in the U. S. Is Light Bulbs ,*, Dental Supplies 5 Order

Office Phone BE 9.2242 used in making cheese-a Coupon Void After fe': Coupon Void After j' Coupon Void After

Residence Phones ID 7-3G91 healthful and tasty food enjoy Saturday, July 18, 1964 >: Saturday, July 18, 1964 j Saturday, July 18, 1964
or CD 7-3517 ft,
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U-laater\ ea II FLAGLER FOOD STORE ', ,

t I T MEA TS
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BROWNIE TROOP 702 PICNIKSAT METHODIST CHURCH j i

ANASTASIA PARK Church school is 9:45: A.M. -
Flagler Beach Brownie Troop Morning worship at 11 o'clock. !
702 enjoyed a picnic and swim There will be special music byj j I II
party Monday at Anastasia Park I the choir.COMMUNITY. I II PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
in St. Augustine. There were I I THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
seven visitors Included In the 16 CHURCII JULY 16, 17, 18, 1964
children present Assisting Troop Sunday school at 9:45: A.M.

Leader Mrs., Mrs.Donald Allen Kaufman Reynolds, assistant -, with classes for all ages. Mom- YOU HEARD RIGHT, OUR MEATS ARE THE
were ing worship at 11 o'cloc with
Mrs. Bob Whitney
leader Rev. R. D. Dickert, pastor.
and Mrs. Kay Robinson.
FINEST ANYWHEREAll
This summer the Brownies BAPTIST CHURCH

have had a variety watermelon of events I Sunday school at 9:45 A.M. Steaks cut from U. S. D. A. Choice Grade
which Included a and morning worship ''at 11 o' our are
party, backyard weiner roast, clock with Rev. W. F. Oddy from
and a day of games party. Next Illlcrest Baptist Church in Pa. Western Beef, Naturally Aged Guaranteed Tender
will meet at 3:40:
Monday they
latka delivering the sermon. In
P.M. at the' home of Mrs. Reynolds the absence of Rev. A. J. Stevens 1 "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR"U.
I for backyard games. pastor. Training Union is
i at 6:45: and evening worship is
S. CHOICE COPELAND'S
Mrs. Earl Leighty of Atlantic at 7:45.
Beach, Florida, Is visiting this SIRLOIN TENDER SMOKED SLICED FREESTEAKS89

week with her brother and sis Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoose Lb-
ter In law, Mr. and Mis. Keith and daughter,Denise, from Mas- : : PICNICS 39
Lovell, and their daughter, Kan-
sapequa, Long Island, New; York,
dyce. are here for a ten-day visit with SWIFT'S
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger U. S. CHOICE SIZZLE SEALED PREMIUM
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arnold and Hoose. FULL CUT ROUND
Bruce and Stevens, have Lb.
sons .
Just returned from a few days Lb. FRANKS 45
vacation in Miami. Miss Kathy Bourne spent the STEAK 89
past weekend In Daytona Beach
Save 14c Lb.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wells re- visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Richard .
turned home Saturday after a Newbern and family, while U. S. CHOICE PALM RIVER
weeks vacation to Atlanta, West Mitch Newbern, son of Mr. and RIB OR CLUB SLICED
Virginia and to the Smoky Mrs. Newbern, spent the, week.
Mountains. They were accompanied end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Lb. Lb.
j by the son and daughter Lee Bourne and family. STEAK 89' BACON 49'CHASE
In law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wells of St. Petersburg. Vacationing at Flagler Beach
from New Orleans, La., this & SANBORN HERSHEY'S
week are Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Good Homemade Wright and their grandson,
Johnny, and Mrs. Wright's son COFFEE SUGAR
PIZZACold and daughter in law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Sheldon and chU-
Beer-Thick Shakes dren, Donna and Dean. Mr. 1 Lb. 5 Lb.
Wright is a brother of Mrs. Keith .59 'S: 39
OPEN UNTIL lOiOO p. m.TASTYTREET Lovell. 'Can S Bag
'
Mrs. Richard LIttlefield and Limit One With Your $5.00 or More Limit One With Your $5.00 or More '

2Va Miles South of Pier 1 daughters, Angle, Tenley, and Food Order Food Order
I Gretchen, are visiting with her
Flagler Beach parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dal Bass,
I in Lanett, Ala. this week. 212 Site
OSAGE PEACHES 4 $100
---- -- Cans

Limit 4 Please
BUNNELL THEATREBox
FOLGER'S INSTANT KRAFT'S

Office Opens 7:15 p. m. Phone 437.3681 > MAYONNAISE Qh *
Friday and Saturday Coffee Trz I39 49

Limit 1 Please
ALL FLAVORS GELATIN
18 Oz. Kraft's BAR.B.QUE

JELLO 30z. 10 : For <
Sauce 2
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAl pry eMs" Pkg.: 69

6 1DgAItALll\N: POEMS _

*q 'ti4RVEN FRESHEST PRODUCE DAIRY

Ku..IANAV1aN-. .PATHECOLOR KRAFT'S PARKAYMr.

(T PRICE.puuLORRE"OR'sKAJ\' FF TOM-CARTON MARGARINE Lb 25

'r 1 TOMATOES 2 Ctns' 39

\ Sunday& Monday FROZEN FOODS

SANTA ROSA 6 OZ. SEALDSWEET ORANGE

-. rt A bold blusI1ln9 Y PLUMS "Lb. JUICE 4 For 1
29
:(/mfIJ mot1r3ICOCOLOR l R Limit 8 Please


I A CMD Am Production_.Mnho-tiolik+ -taiL CELLO-WHITE 10 Oz. SEA BRAND BREADED

POTATOES 5kb.ag39 g SHRIMP| 'kg. 49<


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_? ... ,_ .., . ,. :
----"C-'--= "s a " "- EXTRA : EXTRA
o FREE Y0 ti:0 50 CO
I JI ; : FREE .: FREEIJ o
& Don't Miss
Wednesday the
Tuesday
MIDNIGHTSHOW II S & H GREEN STAMPS : S & H GREEN STAMPS {: S & H GREEN STAMPS
'S.s is!!!l!aJorMdn
With this and :
1IWrl/ I coupon With this coupon and with this coupon and
Friday Nite at Your purchase of One ti: Your purchase of ((3)ti Your purchase of $5.00 orS

11:30 p. m. I 10 Oz. Everfreih Twin I I Cutup or Whole ,. More food order, ctn. cig.
See the Pack Potato Chips ti: Fryers t arettes not included

"She Gods of Shark Reef ,, Coupon Expires ti: Coupon Expire Coupon Expires
..,-I.-, in Color 1 i Saturday, July 18, 1964 .ti: Saturday, July 18, 1964 } Saturday July 18, 1964






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Thursday July 16, 1964 THE FLAGLER .TRIBUNE!, BUNNELL, FLOKIDA PAGE FIVE


I NECK BONES 7 lbs.GROCE $1I
RY
I RIB TIPS 6 *. $1i

I OC hI1S i PIG TAILS 5 $1i

i Z 'I / J HOG MAWS 5'b.li


Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Sheffield i OX TAILS 4 *. $1I

I ... FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS TURKEYNECKS 4 lbs. *1Ib


U. S. D. A. CHOICE STANDINGPIG FEET 6 lb. $1



v I II II,I I RIB I ROAST Ib.I 69'


I Lean Western FOR BAR.B.QUE I SLICED FREE
t


I,i '.. PORK BUTTS lb. 39Breakfast *


,I I Armour Star Sliced


J JI I I BACON lb. 49u.


1 ..'S. D. A. CHOICE


, RIB STEAKS lb. 73MEAT1LOAF '


G. C.'a Own Oven Ready Old Fashion

I HOOP CHEESE

$ 49'
1
3 Ib Loaf n.490


KING SIZE TAB Van Camp's 300 Can

Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Sheffield of '''Bunnell PORK & BEANS 8 For $100
6 BOTTLE CARTON-BUY ONE AT
who were married in a double ring candlelight .
ceremony at the First Baptist Church of Bunnell REGULAR PRICE, GET SECOND CAR.
3 1964. TON AT
0. on July GIANT SIZE
Mrs. Sheffield is the former Miss Susan Carle,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle of Bunnell. HALF PRICE
Mr. Sheffield is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott CHEER48c
Sheffield of Bunnell. Plus Deposit


Mr. and Mrs. DuPont Jeanette Bell, Red & WhitePEACHES 2Va Can 1
Honored Guests At Vernon G. Reed Halve $ 00 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Exchange Vowes or A Buffet DinnerMrs. Sliced 3 _
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Bell,
Marvin Strickland and 1572 Primrose Lane Holly Hill,
Mrs. Robert Revels entertainedwith announce the marriage of their Jim Dandy-Quick or Regular DAIRY SPECIAL _
a buffet dinner Saturday daughter, Jeanette Lovedy ''Bell Lb. Plcr.
evening honoring Mr. and Mrs.. to Vernon Guy Reed, Sr., of Holly I GRITS 5 29C Pillsbury 8 oz. can CANNED
James DuPont who were married Hill, son of Mrs. Ethel Reed and
June 29, In Folkston, Geor the late Mr. Guy Reed, on June I BISCUITS Each ge
gia. The dinner was given at the 26th. I FOLGER'S
Strickland home, Favorita. The double ring ceremony was

Invited guests Included mem j I performed in the home of Rev. COFFEE FROZEN FOODS
Mrs. L. S. Williams,
bers of the two families. Out of and pastorof
., town guests included Mr. and the Church of God in Starke, Singleton 10 oz. pkg. BREADED
Mrs. L. J. DuPont of New Smy Florida, in the presence of the 11b 48c
SHRIMP
rna Beach, parents of the groom; immediate family. Pll..490
Mrs. George Revels of Grove The bride wore a street length Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
land, grandmother of the bride; Jacket dress of pink linen with DircUeye Chocolate or Strawberry
Miss Elsie Revels of Orlando, white accessories. Her corsage
of white carnations. Aftera SODABURST *
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trump was t f: 790
... of St. Augustine.The short honeymoon to Georgiaand FRESH PRODUCE _
Alabama, the couple are residing
bride is the former Miss In Holly Hill. String
Lynda Revels, daughter of Mrs. Mrs. Reed is employed with Lb CRISCO ALL PURPOSE
Robers Revels and the late Mr. Howard Johnson in Ormond BEANS 19C
Revels. Beach. Mr. Reed is a furniture COOKING OIL
dealer in Holly Hill. Seedless
The Bell family are former u 24 Oz.Dottle.
Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White residents of Bunnell. GRAPES 290 fge
have as their guests, Mrs. Joan
Newton and daughters, Vickie Mrs. J. II. McKnlght Jr., and For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Susan, of Knoxville, Tenn. son Buzy, left for a visit in Land. CUKES 3 250

over, Md., with her daughter, ..
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Mrs. John Jarosz was called Miss Diane McKnight.
this week to Warren, Michigan, U ouII
50 FREEGIFT
50 FREEGIFT
by the illness of her daughter.She Mrs. Lily Buchanon of Palat
will spend some time there ka visited here last week with BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS
with the brother In law and sister,
visiting family. her
With of With of
purchase purchase With
purchase of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kendall of (1) 8 oz. Jar or ((2) 4 oz. One 111Oz.. Pkg. $5.00 or More Food
Augusta, Georgia, are visiting Miss Judy Dunson is vacationing Jars Dorden's Cremora Murray's Lemon Thins Order
with Mrs. John Kendall and in Chicago, and points of Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
family for two weeks. interest, with her father and Sunday, July 19, 1964 Sunday, July 19, 1964 Sunday, July 19, 1964
uncle. I

JAMES WALTON MERCER I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Mercer of Jones and Mrs. Julia Harvey
Hastings announce the arrivalof last weekend were Mr. and Mrs.J. .
a son who was born at a T. Rogers of Macon Georgia,
Palatka hospital on July 4th and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Squire tftJThftIIlI11ffljflffljJffJJI
lie has been given the name of Jacksonville.Mr. .
of James Walton. Rogers I* a brother of Mr*.
He Is the grandson of Mr. and Jonas and Mrs. 1larvey.I tUh r
Mrs. Frank Mercer and Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. McMillan of BunnelLMM. I I Mrs. Dean Holland .to spending .
II I a short time with hr skI } Phone 4373227OS.
Evelyn Whit*, visited two Iff, Mr*. W. J. Hamrfek. their OPEN SUNDAYS
.
day in Lakeland last week with lake eotUf* at Lake Geneva. 8:00 a.nv--1:00 p.m. No.1 DUNNELL
h** brother and sister in law,I I
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good July 16 17
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Fowler. Continued To Page 8 18, 19, 1964





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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 16, 1964
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;Citrus Trees For fore they were cultivated by I I -
In FloridaBy
Gardening man, an 18th century botanistwas

( Henrer Sharpe) I Beauty and Fruit were confused native or over not.whether they

Covering a bald spot of ground However, tree growth can be Jtfou, tCwc: docWth.
When to
a newcomer moves
- around the home Is as perplexIng [ hindered
by two factors-extreme
he
Florida from the North
as selecting the right toupee cold and too much water.
citrus tree in
wants to plant a
-it's hard to make either look ,I Ziegler warns homeowners they
I the backyard to satisfy his SMpk!
natural. dream of many years. I must be able to cope with these
Growing greenery In full problems if they want successful
This is not only a practical I
shade or In white sand takes idea, says L. W. Ziegler, professor plantings. I
patience and hard work. Also, of fruit crops at the University If the citrus enthusiast follows
the use of ground covers In the of Florida College of Agriculture I the following guidllnes, he .M r
most unexpected places often Is can expect a reasonable chance
but
a good opportunity -
the mark of a good gardener. to use the Calamondin, qum. !for satisfactory development,

Ground covers are low-grow- quat, or Temple orange for both I says Ziegler.
Ing plants-other than lawn I their ornamental beauty and (1)) Plant citrus where cold
grasses-that will cover the edible fruit. winter winds can be avoided if

ground and form a compact, at i I Most citrus trees will grow there is a tendency for low Odd
tractive cover.Lowgrowing. I with little effort. In fact, citrus temperatures In the area. Such
plants accentuate trees thrived so well clong the protection is not as necessaryon
curves and lines of flower rivers and lakes of the state be. homesites in the southern
beds and walks. Ground covers part of the state. Wrtq tfoWt, .p'c 4chipt Ott tot
((2) Plant citrus on soil whichIs
are excellent In preventing eros propagate plants.It'll .
ground cover
ion and reducing maintenanceon make the job easier. well drained. If the land is q U, 'I'tWJ' Sfo'te

banks, slopes and sand Woody and semi.woody species low and poorly drained, it is
often possible to build a moundof
dunes where It Is almost Impossible of ,ground cover are usually
soil and plant the tree on
to grow lawn grasses. propagated by cuttings. SummerIs
top of the mound. This provides
of plants time to start the .
There are scores a good project
9 greater amount of soil
,suitable for ground covers. Here Each plant seems to havea MJ.II
for
rooting.
are a few recommended by University favorite rooting medium. But, ...
of Florid ornamental if you can't discover the best FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

horticulturists. medium,' try a mixture of half I AMBULANCE
The common periwinkle will peat moss and half white sand.
grow in full shade or In sunlight Make the cuttings three to PHONE VAlley 4 1625
and Is rated excellent for I four Inches long. After cuttings SERVICE
banks and for edging: along. have been inserted in the medium STA ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

flower beds. Fig marigold is a water and firm the medium Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
succulent that will grow on about the base, of the cuttings.
are always at your service with promptness safety and
sand and beach areas near salt Constant mist is best, but if
,
water. you are not able to rig up the experience.

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July 16, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Books Are My Dish I her from being on It. Now we I anything; about It. I gather all crime. Perhaps one reason for
are happy to say she has joinedus. Librarians at one time or another so many juvenile delinquents is MATTRESS
(By Dorothy Homons) ]I go through this. It is aLibrarian's that they had no real childhood
She will soon discover, If she & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
The Flagler Woman's Club Library ]!has any illusions otherwise, that Law.I and were brought up on the
got a thrill the other trash being published nowadays 710-12 Lemon St.
day
is lucky In having four of a Library is anything but an
when child far children, all of which has a Palatka, Florida
Gwen Bristow's charming novels I ivory tower full of scholars a actually asked fora
book of fairy tales and whatIs tle up with Hollywood. No Phone EA 5.9166
about the Old South. There Is brooding over old manuscripts. :
plenty crepe myrtle, mint Julep Especially when Billy's sisters more said she liked them der Johnny does not won-I" Repaired Furnltu-v&Upholstering Refinished
know how to read.
atmosphere about them but also bring in two books supposedly when she returned them. We Mattreue & Box Springs
there Is plenty of hard research Billy's but there is no record: had no more to give her whichIs Nothing can ever convince me Made 10 Order.Also Renovated
work. I had never come across for them, but two books Billy a pity. Publishers are begin. that the human mind has Call Laura Monk 437-0233
any of her books Until I came has had out have not been re ning to republish the childrens changed so that children today After 6:00 P. M.
here, but they strike me as turned. Finally, Burn My Bones! classics that include fairy tales. cannot learn how to read. No PRICES REASONABLE.
something special. but it turned out Billy had bore Which is about time. body knows how to teach them.. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.

Spiritually, Mrs. Jasper White rowed two books that Jack took That children should Miss An. That's the real answer. Just as or neat Post aa Office yourPhone .

was a member of the Library I out and he in turn borrowed drew Lang's Red, Blue, Yellow Drop Us A Cord or Call
Board when It was first organ. the two Billy took out and neither and Pink fairy tales with their I Subacrlbo for The Flagler Free Pick-up & Delivery .'
ized, but her many duties kept I one ever thought to say delightful illustrations is a I S1.S4 ft Year In TrtbUD'1
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_EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUfNEIL; FLORIDA Thursday, July 16, 1964
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Ruby Duttenhaver of ,Bunnell, I U.SJ5. Nahant Navy personnel decompression chamber that can '-anticipate a new age of discovery -
and was a classmate of Mrs. will act as observers. be coupled to the SDC. .and exploration.
&' Q Cook. I Beneath the crystal waters of SDC is a cylindrical metal enclosure Untapped Wealth

Northwest Providence Channel, that can be used to low- Working down to 600 feet,
(Continued Trom Page 5) I L. L. Brannam and sons, Levi! nearly 150 miles east of Miami, er divers to the anchored sea- divers can open up the untapped
WINTER Jr., and James Alan, accompanied Florida, divers will anchor an floor dwelling. More Importantly riches of the earth's continental
FORMER OBSERVES by his mother, Mrs. Minnie Inflatable rubber dwelling in SDC is used to bring the div shelves-an area of some ten
VISITOR
ANNIVERSARYMrs. Brannam, left Sunday for a vacation which two of them will attemptto ers up, still under compression, million square miles, almost the
100th
Justin MacKenzie of AlBion in Maggie Valley. N. C. live for several days. to undergo decompression in the size of Africa. On and beneaththe

Michigan, who spent several This sausage-shaped rubber shipboard chamber under observation continental shelves lie diamonds -
winters here with Mrs. CARD OF THANKS I structure-seven feet high, eight by doctors.Decompresion minerals, oil, and food.
Flossie Richardson, observed her Words can not adequately express -I feet long, and four feet across a tediously slow I Yet, Mr. Link says, "Man remains -
100th birthday on May 24. our deep appreciation for carries its own atmosphere of process which a diver breathesoff I in this realm, on a par
the many kind and sympathetic helium and oxygen It is open gases that become dissolved :I with the borigines.: We are
She is a life member of the I acts that came to us at the time at the bottom, but the pressureof in his body tissue during exposure simple hunters of the sea, rather -
Eastern Star and attended the of our bereavement. I the gas within keeps the water I to great pressures, is perhaps I than farmers. Our best estimate -
local Chapter while here. She Is For the beautiful service, floral from entering.Mr. the most important factorIn : is that some 490 billion
the. widow of a Methodist Min offerings, memorial gifts, Link, who designed the a diver's well being and sur pounds of fish could be harvested -
Inter, and spent much of, .her comforting expression of sympa submersible, portable, Inflatable vival. The process cannot be each year without harming \
time writing letters until recent. thy, and the many other kind dwelling, calls it SPID for short. hurried. the 'floclcs.' That is five times
ly, her sye sight Is falling. She I nesses, we are deeply grateful. Tests ,at lesser depths than 400 Because decompression takes the world's present catch."
, is Interested in politics and enJoys We also want to thank everyone ] feet have proved that SPID time, it presents one of the

television.Mrs. for their prayers, words of I measures up to expectations.The greatest obstacles to the efficiency -
'comfort and cheer expressed to I Job ahead is to gather the of a man working under. Pencils usually are made from
L. M. Whitaker of Bun her in so many beautiful and necessary firsthand experience water. After only one hour at Incense cedar. The average tree

nell and Mrs. Louis Friedmanof thoughtful ways during her 111. I' required for the development of 300 feet, a diver must be de. I yields- -about -172,000- pencils.SMITTY---.
DeLand motored to Jackson ness. Such neighborly thought- more sophisticated and useful compressed for 7.63 hours. Thus,
ville Friday to visit with rela fulness will always be a cherished prototypes. the amount of useful work he
tives. They were accompaniedhome memory. Also our thanks to! Three divers will take partIn can perform is severely limited. I CALL !
by Mrs. Whitaker's moth. the hospital staff and doctors the experiments, including If the diver can 'live under Electrical WiringRepairsLicensed
er, Mrs. Daisy Cook of Pansey, for their wonderful care during, Robert Stenuit, a Belgian who water, however, he can work as I Electrician
Alabama, who will remain fora I her stay there has already lived on the seat long as is necessary and undergo I
short visit. The Jessie Muzyka bottom at 200 feet for 24 hours; decompression only once-at I Ph. 439-2017-Flogler Beach

Family. Mr. Link's son, Clayton; and Jon the end of his long, deep dive. -- -----
Mr. and Mrs. James O. Craig Lindbergh, son of Atlantic solo This is the theory behind the '
have returned to their home aft. CARD OF THANKSI flytr Charles A. Lindbergh.In Bahama tests and the key to 'I O. F. ALFORD
er a short visit in Arkansas with I would like to take this method addition to SPID, the Link Mr. Link's Man-in-Sea project* Registered
relatives. They were accom of expressing my heartfelt group carries two other essential -1 Once the technical problems ,
Real Estate Broker
panted home by their 'son, John, thanks and appreciation to mem pieces of equipment: a sub- : are solved, Mr. Link and his
who attended summer school bers of my family and friends mersible decompression chamberSDC sponsors-National Geographicand t 1 Sunnell, Florida
session at Ouachita College in ( and the Smithsonian Institution
who administered the lovingcare ) a larger, shipboard h-_ LYEF4
Arkansas.'Mr. -- -- --
Arkdelphia -
,
for my sister, Mrs. Gladys
Deen, during her long illness; I"
and Mrs Clarence Gordon
to the many friends for their
short time in Panama
spent a
thoughtful deeds of kindnessand
City visiting with their son and
words of sympathy to the
daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs.
family, I am deeply grateful.
Lovelace Gordon.
Sincerely,
Reece D. Close. y Qx
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hart left I Sty/p toys SAS '
Monday for a visit in Pennsylvania I
with relatives. !.Diving Team To

Mr. and Mrs. William Fryman Test Underwater :;*
are enjoying a visit with theirs c k!

n, Andy, who is vacationinghere Living at 400 Feet .', > h. ,
with them. He attends
school in Ocala. : Housekeeping 400 feet under
I water in an inflated rubber tentis *'''\
Sgt and Mrs. John 'Barker and no easy job. The quarters are ) . ..,'"

children are vacationing at Flag. cramped and humid; the atmos ,<.t.;. '+)4.i;<'ir. ...wM.wlY
.y
ler Beach with the Gene Harts phere is heavy and oppressive; i: / ':' '.
and here with the J. P. Barkers. eating and sleeping are tasks, d i AYL
not pleasures.
Mrs. George Revels of Grove. Nevertheless, if man can dwell J' '.
land and Miss Elsie Revels of underwater at great depths for /
Orlando were guests of Mrs. prolonged periods and swim "
Roberts Revels this week. Mrs. out from his protective cocoon
Revels'and children, Jan, George I to perform useful work on the
and Betty Jo Strickland, accompanied ocean bottom, he will have
them home Tuesday. opened up a new world of im
mense wealth and importance.This .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. T. is the feat which EdwinA.
Cook last week were Mrs. Roy Link and his 20-man teamof
Lindgren of Chevy Chase, Md., divers, medical researchers, F k fZ
Thursday Through Sunday. Mrs. and technicians have set for
Llndgren Is the former Miss themselves. In: mid-June, with
of the National
the
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Geographic Society, the Link
MIDNIGHT SHOW team transferred operationsfrom
Florida to the Bahama Islands wMaN +
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