Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00595
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 11, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00595
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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Annual Summer Mrs. Decker FindsA School Board Attend FuneralIn i Mrs. Gladys Deen

Program To Run Drift BottleMrs. Wrestles With New York City 'Died Monday InHospital.

Sandra Decker of Bun Much Business I I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris .
June 22 to July 31 Halifax -
nell recently found a drift bot flew to New York City Tuesday
The summer program for the tle on the beach containing a I The Flagler County Board of I I to attend the funeral services Mrs. Gladys Deen, Flagler
,. Bunnell schools will run from request to finder to return the Public Instruction at its scheduled I I for Mrs. Morris'es aunt, Mrs. Mae County Supervisor of Registra
June 22 through July 31. Regis. bottle to Woods Hole Oceanographic monthly meeting Tuesday Nelson. She passed away Mom tion since 1948, passed away
tratlon for all the activities will Institute in Woods Hole morning, wrestled with many 1 I! day afternoon in a nursing Monday afternoon at the Hall-
be from 9 A. M. to 12 noon on Mass., with the information as details of school business thatIs home In Brooklyn after several fax Hospital following an illnessof
I Monday, June 22, in the high I to where the bottle was pickedup. always present immediatelyafter months Illness several months. She was the
school gym. I' When this information was :schools close for the sum. An Eastern Star service and widow of the late James Em. .\
Reading will be offered forj j I received there it was stated 50 mer. funeral will be held there Wednesday I. mett Deen of Bunnell.
cents would be sent to the In addition to accepting teacher evening- and burial will .
,grades 2.10 Monday through | Mrs. Deen was born in Ramsey
Friday mornings from 8 to 12 j I finder. and principal resignations, I be at 10 o'clock Thursday morn : N. J., and has resided in
Manuel will'be ,Mrs. Decker received the money approving some replacements ing. :
o'clock. Mrs. Inez I Dupont since 1930. She was a
in charge of this program j 1 with a letter thanking her transfer of one; the many details Survivors include two brothers : member of the Business and Professional .
The "Little Summer Theater" :! for returning the bottle and In of buying Innumerable sup I ? Frank Salt of New York and Women's Club, and

will be a new addition to the I I I formation. The letter stated: plies, repairs and replacementsat Arthur Salt of St Petersburg, I the State Association of Super-
recreation program. Any elementary -;I "This bottle or bottom drifter various schools the continuing (Florida one nice, Mrs. Laura visitors. She was 69 years of age.
or high school student interested I i I I was one of thousands which are need for more money, was Morris of Bunnell, and three i She was appointed supervisor
in acting should being released by the Woods evident. nephews.has of registration in October of 19-18

ter at the high school regls'l[Hole collaboration Oceanographic with the Institute Fish and in First Item on the Supt. Z. D. principal I to succeed' her husband who had
tween the hours of 9 to 12 Monday I Holland's agenda was the check. been filled the office for several terms.
Wildlife Service and other Government I
June 22. I out of Mrs. Stella Cauley, Bun at Milbrook High School in I She had been: reelected each
Agencies in a study of Raleigh N. C. Ills
nell High School cafeteria man. salary was term until this year when he
The first production, The ocean currents and the drift of set at $8,100. The question of
did not sock reelection
,ager who was not reemployed. due to
Dolls on Dress Parade will be floating objects along the At. .
There was considerable discussion a school supervisor and assistant her heatlh. She planned to retire
presented at 2 P.M. Friday June lantic coast. Your
sea cooperation principal was tabled to another
among Mrs. Cauley, Principal at the end of the year.
26, in the high school auditorium. : in returning this informa I meeting.It .
The cast of this play has tion has made it possible to John Baggett and membersof She is survived by a son, Stan.
the board. At one point Mrs. was revealed that Mrs. ley Deen of Freeport, Grand Ba
been selected and costumes "
already complete the history of its drift.
are in the making. Cauley said she would turn the Johnnie Botterbusch, school bus hamas; two daughters Mrs.
The drifter was released April books over to County Judge T. driver, who was in an accident Frances Wetherington of Willow,
Arts and crafts will be offered 25, 1964, at latitude 31 56.6; K. McKnight but was remindedby with a bus load of student recently Alsaka, and Mrs. Naomi Hoffman
each day in the morning and I longitude 80 398 or a point about the board that the county was not at fault. Instead, of Merritt Island, Florida;
on Monday and Wednesday aft. 100 miles east of Bruns. j judge has nothing to do with the traffic signal was faulty and five step-children. Lester and
ernoons. I wick, Georgia. school matters. She. finally con the judge threw the case out of June Deen of Miami; Duane
The Civic Center will be openon I sented to meet with- -Mr.- -Baggett court. Damage to the bus was Deen of Bunnell; Thelma Walter
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons I REV. PORTERIS at 4:30: P. M. Tuesday to check I I paid by the insurance company.At and Claude Deen of Christma .
from 2 to 5 for various the of Mrs. Jennie
request *, Florida; one sister, Mr*.
activities such as checkers, I RETURNED TO out.ClIford McGriff, coach, sub Newell, elementary teacher, wa Mildred Nyland of Bunnell; two
bingo ping-pong, dancing, chess, METHODIST CHURCH mitted his resignation, effective assigned to the Flagler Beach brothers, Stanley Close of Hale-
shuffleboard and horse shoes. I July 31. He goes to St. Johns school from the Bunnell school don, N. J. and Reece Close of
Mrs. Laura Morris will be In Rev. Howard Porter was returned Junior College*at. Palatka. He .' The "summer enrichment pro. Ramsey, N. J.
tr charge of this part of the 'pro I as"pastd f" of the First said he regretted leaving this gram" (appearing In this issue) Also surviving are 11 grandchildren .
gram. She will be assisted at i I Methodist Church of Bunnell by school system, but felt his was approved by the board. and nine grandchildren
the Civic Center by Coaches Bo I I the Annual Conference in Lake. move is a "a step up" for him. Supt. Holland recommended' .
Manuel and Clifford McGriff. land last week. lie has servedas The board accepted the resignation employment of Mrs. Wanda Mercer I Graveside funeral service will !
All boys from grades four pastor of the church here for "with regret. a* elementary teacher in be held at 2 o'clock Thursday
through seven interested in the past conference year. Also resigning was Byron Hin- Bunnell school, and was ap
(today) at !Hope Cemetery, with
playing Little League softball, Rev.. and Dr. Allen Reynoldswere son, high school faculty member proved by the board. Rev. Thomas Pinner of the First
report to the Softball field at In Lakeland for the con !' who will go to the Way. Received a bid from Florida Baptist Church officiating.
the football stadium Monday ference last week, returning cross, Georgia, system. Another Paving Co. to surface with as. Viewing was at the Craig
afternoon at 5 o'clock June 22'1 home Sunday afternoon. resignation accepted a* of June phalt an outdoor basketballcourt Chapel, 201 East Moody Boulevard
This includes all boys going I 9, was that of Mrs. Joann Crews, at the Flagler Beach from 4 o'clock Wednesday
to the fourth grade and all boys I NEW MANAGERAT Bunnell school secretary. school at a cost of $1,000. Supt. afternoon until 1 o'clock Thursday
going into the eighth grade. The STUCKEY'SJames Another resignation was that Holland laid he thought the bid afternoon
I( purpose of this meeting is to of John Baggett, supervising wa too high and recomended Active pallbearer are: C. M.
choose teams assign teams to L. Dyal Is the new manager principal of Bunnell school lie paving with 2-inch layer of con. I Miller, C. II. Cowart, Otis Hunter,
managers, so that play can be. at Stuckey's Pecan Shop will go to Hastings in the St. I crete. The board requested him Jack Gegg, Geoge Moody, Jr.,
gin on June 24 at 5 P. M. Coach six miles south of Bunnell on Johns county system. Mr. Bag to find out how much the con. D. D. Moody. Honorary are Wal
McGrlff and Coach Manuel will I U. S. 1. lie succeeds Roy Mead. i gett was highly complimented crete paving would cost for the ter Cody, II T. Cook, E. A.
be in charge of the softball pro. I ows who has been advanced to I by Supt. Holland who said Mr. pace of about 80 by CO feet Smythe, Dale Brown, Raymond
gram. district manager.Mr. Baggett was always very much Discussed school bus driver Smith, Dean Holland, Alfred
Swimming will be offered Dyal with his wife and Interested In the school child' problem, and agreed to em. Tucker, George WIckllne, Howard .
from 9 to 12 Monday through two sons, David and Danny, are welfare. Board members Ray. ploy Mrs. Ida Faye Irvin for the Taylor, Ernest Taylor, T. K
Friday beginning Tuesday, June residing- the living quaratersat mon Tucker and Mrs. John Rice St. John Park route provided McKnight, M. C. Strickland, Jr.,
23. There will be a non-swim- the business. They came also complimented Baggett. He the passes at the school bus Billy Wadiworth, Homer Brooks,
mer group, Intermediate group, here from Eastman, Ga. said he was resigning- "in the drivers' school now being held and Tllman Robinson I
and a' swimmer group. Each best interest of the school, adding In Daytona Beach, and securing Arrangement are under the
group will be given 30 minutesto LITTLE" LEAGUE that board members James a proper license. direction of Craig Funeral Home
an hour of instruction. There I SOFTBALL SCHEDULEJune Crews and Herschel King (who Discussed repair and maintenance of Bunnell
will be no charge for the swim. 24-Yankees vs. Cardi was absent from this meeting) of school buildings and
ming program& this summer. t nals; Braves vs. White Sox. were against him. Bunnell gym; to have Internal V
Coach McGriff and Coach Manuel June 26-Cardinals vs. Braves; I Other action of the board included accounting audited at a cot of Summer ProgramFor
will be in charge of the White Sox vs. Yankees. : about $-100; agreed to place I
swimming program. Anyone June 29-Yankees vs. Braves; Recommended by Holland U I teacher back on a 10 month pay Band To Begin E
starting in the first grade in Cardinals vs. White Sox. I "full time" guidance counselor basis Instead of 12; to continue
September, and grades up may July 1-White Sox vs. Braves; wa John Cannon who has been contract with the same firm for On June 22, the 106-1 Summer
Join in this group. Yankees vs. Cardinals. counselor In Bunnell school, but upkeep of typewriter, and to Band Program starts at the band
There will be a summer schoolfor July 3-White Sox vs. Yankees. I will now work with all school employ an architect to inspectand room in BunnelL
the seventh eighth and ninth .Cardinals vs. Braves. of the county.' It wa stated make recommendation a* Student beginning the study
grade students, offering- coursesIn July 6-Braves vs. Yankees; that his service had been valuable to repair on Bunnell high of Instrument will register at I
English, Science and Math. I,White Sox vs. Cardinals. even in the lowest gradesof school building. Mao authorized I 10:30: A. M. In the band room
Those students desiring to at July -Yankees vs. Cardinals; school, and also In juvenile refinishing of floor In the build. at which time they may rent '
tend this summer school will report I Braves vs. White Sox. work outside of school. The Ing starting at once. I II an instrument for the six-weeks
to Coach Jack Hardln at July -Cardinals vs. Braves; I board approved the recommen- I Heard a request from Raymond I program. The session run from
8 A. M. at the high school on Yankees vs. White Sox. I datloni I Smith representing the Veteran June 22 through July 31-a
June 22. The summer school July 13-Braves vs. Yankees; I I Holland recommended that 'of Foreign War Pot 5213, to I period of six week
will run througuh July 31 No White Sox vs. Cardinals. heretofore part-time secretary at I use the high school gym tor a Beginning students will have
student will be allowed to take ; July 15-Yankees vs. Cardinals I' Flagler Beach school, Mrs. Betty I public dance on the evening of two private lemon a week<< for
more than one course. There ; White Sox vs. Braves. Johnson, be employed to work next November 14. Smith aid which there 1* no charge. Par.
will be no charge of the summer July 17-White Sox vs. Yankees four full day a week, a* recommended 1 I the veteran pot contemplated eats Interested In stalling their
school ; Braves vs. Cardinals. ; by W. E. Fennell. Jr. employing "big name band children this summer! should
Any student In grades ten July 25-Cardinal* vs. Whit!' principal. Abo recommended for the music and that profit contact Walter Morris, the band
through 12 desiring to attend Sox; Yankees \.. Braves. I by Holland and accepted by the I I would be used for civic work. director, prior to June 22nd, In
summer school at Mainland July 22-Braves vs. White Sox; board employment of Mrs. Margaret The board asked Smith to order that the proper Instrument
High School should report to Mr. Cardinals vs: Yankees. Week a* secretary at submit a letter to the board will bit available for rent
Cannon before June 15. July 21 CHAMPIONSHIP Bunnell chooL I[stating exactly what the pot Older band student will con.
With the cooperation of everyone GAMERules I Supt. Holland recommended want and will do and what the Unue their studies .In the aftefr
we hope to have a very will be explained at the .and the board approved appoint. I I board can expect from their I noon and one evening a week
successful summer program. organizational meeting. ment of Session F. Clifton, who 'use of the building for a dance during this period. e

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Even the White House has had are the ultimate answer to | soil, planted his lawn in Ivy. IN TilE COUNTY FLAGL.HK 4IJDGK COURT
the problem. When the wiry I crabgrass. The best, long-range I His villgant neighbors slapped I TY. FLORIDA IN rilOHATE
pest crept onto the South Lawn, remedy is to Improve the soil i him with a lawsuit for violatinga CASE
RE- Estate of
Battle Creeping the late President John F. Kennedy I so that a strong, thick turf of ,I neighborhood compact which W.: CORBBTT SULLIVAN

InvaderThe left his desk to walk about desirable grass will smother the I, required that lawns be kept "in I NOTICE TO CitE1 ITOR deceased.!

Green with the head gardener. He exclaimed seedlings of crabgrass longbe-i i! a good and husbandlike man All crfdltors of the estate of W.

annual grassroots campaign "This Is a terrible mess fore they mature. ,i ner." j,|CORBETT ar hereby SULLIVAN notified and, deceased required,

against a creeping green ,I of a lawn. Can't we do better?" Indifferent to poor soil, crabgrass I'I Some homeowners believe the j 1< to which die they any may claim hare or against demands said

Invader has begun. Homeowners Gardeners have been trying to leaps to life In warm I easiest way to fight the enemyIs I estate In the office of the county
Judge of Flagler County. Florida
armed with spray and spadeare do better ever since Thomas Jefferson weather. By June, the seedlings I to Join It. One Washington, In the courthouse at Uunnell. Florida -

taking a front lawn stand found that crabgrass was are thriving three branches I D. C., lawn was so green that admirers within date six calendar month pub

against a common enemy crab- Invading Montlcello, the Nation. youngsters which quickly knit ,' asked its owner what [I o"rr.oh. this DOtlcErfc; claim
demand must be In writing: and
grass. I al Geographic Society says. themselves into ugly flat special grass was used. The or must state the place of residence

I clumps. In hot weather, other owner boasted without shame and post-office address of the
Prolific Seed Producer claimant and must be sworn to by
turf grasses may go dormant for shame that he had a pure, 100- the claimant his agent, or his attorney -

CLASSIFIEDADS I The latest weapon against lack of water Just when the percent stand of crabgrass. or it will become void ac-

crabgrass is a variety of chemi crabgrass hits its stride. It sue - --- May ftlr':

cal compounds called "pre. cumbs to fall frosts, leaving Is/ Helen HELEN B. B.Sullivan SULLIVAN

emergence control." These chemIcals large bare places. PETERSON TEXACO Executrix of the estate of
applied in early spring, Crabgrass Is an annual SERVICE deceased.

LUtlBC ...e* thus tt..... m are Intended to stop the pest be. belongs to the millet that'I I ROAD SERVICE First publication date: June 4,
9 .*.!. 9.. ..r. eaek ....rtl... I I 1964.
... .... .. fore It can germinate. Usersciaim Work June 4-11-1I-5-4tc
TS ee>U. U ..!.. . both annual and perennial I Light Mechanical
- - --- -- -- percent success.But grasses. Some 50 species of I Phone 4373441 Bunnell IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKNTH -
FOR SALE-l recliner
no hemlcal can controla ..... JUDICIAL CIIIUUIT OF
crabgrass flourish throughoutthe I .Ad FOR FI.AGLKIlCOUNTY
Phone ID 7.3168 or contact Eugenia -- _-:.: FLORIDA IN AND
careless neighbor who lets his JIN COURT IN CIIANCKRY. NO. 4S61
warmer regions of the world. I THIS COUNTY JUIIOK'1 INSURANCE
sneak the
crabgrass across
prop. Their Latin name, Digitorio. refers TY, FLORIDA IN I'llOBATE. COMPANY, a Mississippi

WANTED Old dishes, furniture, erty line. Each plant carries to the long, narrow, flower- CASK< NO. 686 corporation, Plaintiff,
seeds (about 50,000) of a monstrous IN RE: Estate of
dolls Jewelery and and-seed which
lamps, guns, -bearing racemes W. CORBETT SULLIVAN ve'

clocks. Mable Wettstaln, 1640 population explosion. radiate from the top stem of the NOTICE OK PROBATE deceased. ANIMAL corporation LAND, et ,e)INC.. a Florida

Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, Gardeners must then turn to plant in a flnger-like manner. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Defendants.
"post emergence" chemicals THE ESTATE OP SAID DE- NOTICE TO APPEAR
4392140. 6-4-tfc Is often called
phone Crabgrass finger CEDENT IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
which hopefully will kill all the grass. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that OF FLORIDATO
FOR SALE Used furniture, beds, I s written Instrument purportingto : ANIMAL LAND. INC., U. S.
adult crabgrass, though un be the last will and testament Highway AlA
refrigerators, dining and bed. sightly brown blotches will be Illegal GrowthIn of said decedent has been admittedto Ormond Beach, Florida
I probate In this court. You are YOU ANIMAL LAND, INC., AREHERESY
room suites, hospital bed, odds left on the lawn. suburbia, where the mores hereby commanded within six calen NOTIFIED that a Complaint
and ends. Inquire at Cobbs Determined thumbers such that dar months from the date of the first to foreclose a certain mort
green are crabgrass on a
publication of this notice to appear gage on the following described
warehouse, U. S. 1 and 100 In. I who are sharp of eye and strongof man's lawn can lower his status In this court and show cause property located In Flagler County,
It any you can. why the actionof Florida to-wit
tersectlon. 6.11 back do further battle on faster than a garbage can in this court In admitting said will
: Being & part
-------- to probate should not stand un-
their knees, pulling the coarse his foyer, the weed can cause revoked.s tion 40. Township 10 South Range
Restaurant Help wanted at the
81 East, and particularly described
growth out by the roots. neighborhood rifts. One Call. / / T. K. C more -
Surf Bar 3V4 miles north Flagler County Judge, Flagler as follows: Beginning; at
Agrostologlsts, or grass experts I fornia homeowner, fed up with County. Florida a concrete monument marking the
Beach AlA
pier, Highway, phone Northeasterly corner of the said
4392291. 6-11-tfc don't believe chemicals the host of ills that beset his June First 4-11-18-25-Hc publication: June 4. 1964. Section 40, Township 10 South.

__ .___ ___.._ __ Itange 31 East as a point of ref
erence and running thence South
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WAITRESS WANTEDPreferablyover 19' 57' 45* East, along the Easterly
:7i line of the said Section 40, a
21, must have transporta distance of 2372.35 feet to an Intersection -

tion. Hours 7:30: A. M. to 4 P. M., with the center line of
MalaCompra ; thence continuing
Delores Motel and Restaurant, South 19* 67' 45* East, along

Highway AlA 3 miles south of \\\\\t\'\\ + Iiill}' tl'lltill, IM !. 1I of the 2588.09 said Easterly feet to the line point a distance of beginning -

Marlneland. C-ll-ltc of this description: thencecontinuing
South 19* 57' 45* East
along the said Easterly line a
DISHWASHER WANTED-Mult distance of 2640.68 feet to an intersection -

have transportation, Delores Motel I, 1 boundary of with the 60 the foot Northerly right-of-

and Restaurant, 3 miles way of 16th Road; thence South
;I' tl 1. 71' 03' 15" East, along the laid
south of Marlneland, Highway Northerly right-of-way boundary
AlA. 6-lMtc I:}IiI a distance of 1239.03 feet to an
Intersection with the Easterly
boundary tle the 100 foot rightofway -
FOR SALE-Sofa bed and match. of Road No. A1A; thence
l ,; ,, It North 18* 66' 57* West, along said I
I liig chair $25. 19-17 Chevrolet II \ I I I Easterly right-of-way boundary, a
sedan good tires and distance of 2640.0 feet; thence
North 71* 03' 15" East a distanceof
$20. Call 439.2385. < 6-11-ltc 1192.28 let to the point of beginning -

FOR RENT 1 bedroom apart PARCEL II: Being a part of

ment, $40.00 a month. Contact \ \ 'tI jh Section 40 East Township 10 South,
Range 31 and more particularly -
Coy G. Harris, phone 437.3367. described as follows: Beginning -
at a concrete monument
6.4-tfc marking the Northeasterly cornerof
Lh said Section 40, Township 10
MOVING AWAY- 3 bedroom South Range 31 East as a point
of f and running thence
house and adjoining lot, $9,500. South 91'nc1' 45,* East along the
Easterly line of the said I Section
Small down payment, $50 per v4" p ''lt,, 1 40, a distance of 2372.35 feet to
month. 209 Daytona St. Flagler an Intersection with the center
q> line of MalaCompra Road; thence
Beach. Call 439-2345 or 439-2073. eI.N continuing South 19* 57' 45* East
6.4.2tp along the said Easterly line, a
distance of 1450.22 feet to the
----- 1J" point of beginning of this description -
FOR RENT-2 room apartment i 5 IINuIIII1 ; thence continuing South' 19'
57' 45" East along the said Easterly -
with private entrance, bath and line a distance of 1137.87 feet:
screened porch, 304 East Moody thence South 73' 03' 15" West a
distance of 1192.28 feet to an Intersection
Blvd. 5.28.3tc with the Easterly bound
ary of the 100 foot right-of-way
FOR SALE-G house of State! Road No. AlA; thence
room North 18* 56' &1" West along said
garage 2 porches, easy terms Easterly right-of-way boundary, a
distance of 1117.61 feet thence
II, W. Zeller, comer East Moody North 71* OS' 03* East a: distance
and .._ of 11720 feet to the point of be-
Chapel, phone ID 73150 ._
May 21-tf i': I alw ;.T.r.:: I I ginning Together of this with description.the tenements

FOR SALE OR TRADE hereditaments and appurtenances
on High k thereunto belonging

way 1, Allendale, 4 large rooms, 144x8 display counters

tile bath, masonry, plus 4-room :' 1. J 10 2 I x x:8 8 glass display display counters.counter

garage apt. Phone 4392140. 12x8 glass display counter.
i '4d/ !1 I 1 2 x solid counter.
May 21UWANTED 1 ticket booth.
'\ l R. C Allen. 4 total cash register -
IRONING to do at my 1 automatic< ticket dispenser

home, reasonable. Pick up & de. I I trailers made by
livery phone ID 73669. 1 ? x 8 walk.ln' cooler.
10-24-U U&1 F 100 Ford pick-up.
20 miscellaneous hand too 11.
1 typewriter K mln rton.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 11 flllng cabinet steel (4 drawer)

fields Installed prices.; Call snail George shell. Reasonable Ja ADD A PHONE..ADD A LOT TO LIVINGJoin 1 1 adding desk typewriter"Steelmaster"machine.table.

roz, ID 7-3110 8-1-U are been required tiled against* you and you
to serve a copy of

the Stepsavers. Happy families, these. They believe phones are ad your Complaint Answer; or on pleadings the plaintiffs to the

To rrun P.CONSTIPATED, rigs A Henna Is 1alftlnlf' for reaching, not for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places 41u5fl"?wutli. Florida>Peninsula Kinley{ Vincent Drive. DaytonaVn. Pyle.
Brao-O'thest. best and most natural and file the original
laxative, hurry toMOOD1"'S where families gather, relax or work most. Kitchen. Bedroom. Florida ot Answer the Clerk or pleading of the Circuit In the Courtits office

for generous FREE PHARMACY SAltPLR or room. Workshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add ,Runn.l1.day Florida* July' on H 4 or. If before you fall the
40 tablets for Tie. Over 1.000.050.old : do so. judgment by default will

. each year pleasure in your life. Call your Telephone Company Business Office n.f,lnt demanded .In you the tor said the Com"re-

for details. once notice shall be published
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER tine .lIth w.ek tor four consecu-

BEACH REALTY CO. S'outhern'i\ BellExercise :Tel Merning bun.weeks. Journal In the and Daytona The Flagler Beach

WATER FRONT FARMS, iit Count). Florida. thl.
Mt.t1tt day of May, 1964'

<.. ,us for four real estate needs ,. of the Circuit Court
Fla1ti r County Florida,
Office Phone HE 9.2242 your By Julia. R. Harvey

Residence Phones or ID ID 73317 73691 right as a citizen... be sure to register and vote this year Daytona XINIET South .reDlnlOl&....CENT 6 Deput1'O.rkU Drive PYLE

Beach, Florida
for Plaintiff
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VALUE Thursday, Friday
Super Market and Saturday,

June 11, 12, 13
"Your Friendly Co-op Store"T
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103 South Railroad

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// ? : Chuck Steak Lb. 49. Beef Lb. 39

U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Thriftway (Sliced)

4 \1-! e_ '_ Family Steak Lb. 59'; BACON 1 Lb.Pk g.' 49

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Frank Bunnell Hazen, recently, brother graduated of Mrs. from Tommy the Bertha Coastal of Sugar 5 lb 38 CoffeelLb48}:: <

School of Deep Sea Diving in Oakland, CaliforniaHe
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hazen of St. Bag

Young Hazen attended the Bunnell School and Limit 1 with purchase of $5.00 or Limit 1 with purchase of $5.00 or

has served an enlistment in the U. S. Army. He more food order more food order
plans to remain in the field of diving it was stated.
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Books Are My DishBy don, court life, Stratford. These SIZE
scenes are shown in yellow-and- EVERFRESH 16 Oz. ANGLE FOOD
( Dorothy Homans) white in Tudor pavilions. Even Gt.
the air is filled with Elizabethan CheerGIANT 58
We can't keep away from smells, such as pomander. Each
Shakespeare's 400th anniversarythat Size Cake 39
is to be celebrated for an 'The harsh impact of Tudor
entire year all over the world. London on a lonely young coun
tryman is really chilling. The Limit 1 with purchase of $5.00 or
We don't pretend to be a wind howls among dimly lit
Shakespearean scholar. We cage like structures, where eerie more food order
haven't read all his plays, but attenuated figures sit in tatters; ... ..
he has always fascinated us; so
a slaughtered ox hangs high,
much so we got up at three in and a towering wig crowned (All Flavors) 3 oz. Stokely Sale

the morning one April day at with a diadem bobs over a clus JELLO Each fOe .
Stokely 14 Oz.CATSUP
sneaked barefoot down
college ter of citizens heads in the dis
the stairs so the house matron tance." (Limit 4 Please) Z For 350
would not catch us, and ran On exhibition are first folios,
through the spring.scented night signatures, contemporary Latin Chicken of the Sea ((1/s Cans) Stokely 303 CUT
toward the Theatre at the foot grammars, and portraits. Cost LIGHT CHUNK GREEN
of College 11111. said to be quarter of a million Cans $ The theatre was small and so pounds. The show goes to Edinburgh TUNA 3 For 303 (Honey Pod)
was our purse. If we wanted a in August, and then to For
seat to see "Hamlet" we had to London. PEAS 2 390
be near the first of the line. As
Stokely 303 (Med.)
we ran, we saw a man running f
too from the other end of the Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune GREEN LIMAS 2ForHead 39c
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town. But we got to the theatre
first. It was a Jong cold wait Large Head

until nine o'clock when the box HASTINGS MATTRESS LETTUCECrispy 1ge
office opened, but we never re
gretted one cold moment. It was
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our way to show homage to
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Library is a copy of The NewYorker" Furnltu. Opho..tertngRepairlQ
with an ac. & Refinished Red Ripe 3 Oz.
Mattresses & Box Springs LIMEADE ORLEMONADE
count of the brilliant show put I I I Mad to Order Also Rtoorated WATERMELON E. 690 Each 100

on at Stratford.on-Avon forShakespeare's Call Laura Morris 437-3233 .. ................................. __.___._._.... _._.. . ._ .
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only the World Fair could PRICES REASONABLE.
have been designed with the BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. 25FREE I: 25 FREE i r 5OFREE
imagination. Richard Just as Bar as
same writer the ballet has Phone or Post Office TOP VALUE STAMPS :8: TOP VALUE STAMPS :X TOP VALUE STAMPS
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devised a series of scenes show. Free Pickup & With purchase of g :
Ing Shakespeare's world-Lon. Delivery Qt. Kraft Miracle Whip :X: (1)) 6 Pack Canada Dry'a.d: $2.00 or More Dental or
-- -- Dressing ft: New 12 Oz. Cola g Cosmetic Supplies
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MASSEY FERGUSON With purchase of j With Purchase of ,V: With purchase! of
Farmtndu.trial Equipment I Lyke's All Beef 12 Oz. (1) Broom or V: $5.00 or More Food
Grove Wieners Mop ,.I Order
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If: ,:- J-laaler; tt.ea.i-: -' II FLAGLER FOOD" STORE ,

I I qJll JEATS _, ,
I ENTERTAINS TEACHERSThe Church school time is 9:45: I -- -- ---- -- _
staff of the Flagler Beach A.M. and morning worship at :
Elementary School entertained 11 o'clock. Rev. Ernest Taylor j
Mrs. Nanerle Stevens and Mrs. will be guest minister this Sun PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Jennie Newell with a luncheonlast day and there will be special THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVEDQUALITY
at the plerhouse. music by the choir.
Friday I
12 13 1964
Those present Included W. E. The Woman's Society of Chris. !
Fennell, Jr., principal, Rosemary I tian Service will meet at 11 A.M.
Brown, Ruth Soferfeldt, Eliza this morning at the home of MEATS FRESH PRODUCEGEORGIA
beth Johns, Suzanne Bourne, Mrs. Bob Henderson. It will bea
Ann hem, Mae Whitney, Lilah luncheon meeting and Mrs.
Ruth Schatz, Daisy Moody, and Bernie Wilson will be hostess. WILSON'S CERTIFIED Lb. *
Betty Johnson. Mrs. Newell will Whole or Shank Half Peaches 19
replace Mrs. Stevens as third
grade teacher in the fall. Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH Tender lbSmoked
Stevens Is taking a leave of ab. Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. Hams 45
sence. with classes for all ages. Wor
ship hour Is at 11 o'clock with HEAD
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. BUTT
DERESE' OWNES WINS FIRST HALF ......................Lb. 4ge Lettuce 2f.r33*
Derese and Sandra Owens at. ELEMENTARYSCHOOL 7Q4ft
tended the National Baton Twirl. : AWARDS FOR 1963-64 SLICES ..........._.......Lb.TV
ing Contest at Patrick Alrforce :r. Perfect Attendance.A FRESH BLACKEYE
Base near Cocoa last Saturday. (For One Year)
They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. 1st-Vlcl Kay Lindsey
Frank Hutcheson and children, 2nd-Donna Ruth Kaufman SIRLOIN PEAS 2 .Ihs 29
3rd-Patricia Ann Black
Faye and Wayne. Mrs. Etta Peterson u
and daughter, Susie, also 4th-Sherrie Ann Lindsey STEAK 89u.
attended the contest and stayedover Ernest Wayne Hutchinson FROZEN FOODS
for a three day clinic.
Derese, daughter of Mr. and 6th-David Willis Anderson BIRDSEYE GARDEN
Mrs. Robert Owens, placed first Barbara Ann Bross
in solo twirl and received a Ann Sanderson Meekins ROUND Peas 2 '
1p 39
trophy. Sandra and Derese Susan Marie Peterson lk #
placed fourth in duet strut. Su Daniel Henry Waterman STEAK 89' .
sic won third place In solo strut. Kenneth William Whitney
Barbara Sue WilsonB. CHICKENPotPies5for1
Mr. and Mrs. William Gaylor (For Two Years) PALM RIVER
and son, Coy from Lanett, Ala. 3rd-Phillip Raymond Mar. SLICEDBACON 00
are spending several days visitIng tel Lb. I
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert 4th-Augustus John Burns 49'
Owens and family. Mrs. Owensis 5th-Pamela Allyn Mc-Dan. Limt 5 Please
Mr. Gaylord's sister. leI
6th-Kris Marlon MartelC. McKENZIE'S NEW WHITE
(For Three Years)-Pin & i COPELAND'S PURE PORK
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, Certificate ROLL Hot or. Mild
Sr., recently returned to their 5th-Donna Mae WhitneyD. 2 lb.
home after a visit to Montgom. (For Four Years)-Medal Lb Potatoes 2 79"
ery, Ala. with relatives. They & Certificate Sausage 39 Sa gAMERICA'S s
also visited with Mr. and Mrs. 4th-Eula Lee MoodyE.
Newton Hall of Fort Walton.Mr. . (For Fire Years)-Medal
and Mrs. Judson Stryker, I 5th-Debra Ann JohnsonII. SHORTENINGCRISCO
I Jr., will leave this Saturday on Good Citizenship
I a.two weeks vacation. They will (Blue Ribbons pin on child]) BAGS
attend the World's Fair and 3rd-Patricia Ann Black
I visit In Washington, D. C. with Rosemary Ellen Bross
Mrs. Stryker's brother and sister Ralph Michael Abraham
in law, Lt. Com. and Mrs. 4th-Sue Ellen Seale 48 Count 3 lb.
James A. Babbitt and family. Charlotte Louise Dodl. 39 59
a mead Pkg. Can
Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt Mary Ann Kurtz
and children, Brenda, Vicky and 5th-Floyd Jack Collins Limt 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Billy, Just returned to FlaglerBeach Denice Carol Klrkpat
after living for the past rick 303 SHURFINE 46 Oz. HI "C"
six months in South Bend, Ind. Leo Pines Fleurie FRUIT ALL FLAVORS

Mr. ,and Mrs. R. K. Hirst recently 6th-Ann ins Sanderson Meek Cocktail 3'" 69*
returned to their home Kris Marlon Martel DRINK3f"1
here after a visit in Vienna, Va. Janet Sue MainesIn.
with relatives and friends. This Volunteer HelpersA.
was their former home. ALL FLAVORS
Library Helper (Gift) KRAFT

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie Cafeteria Mrs. Mae Helper WhitneyB. (Gift) ; '
JELLO t&! 1O 1
have returned home after a short Mrs. Ann Heln Mayonnise 3.49 at
vacation spent in Highlands, IV. Certificates: of Awards
N. C On their returned they at. Limt 4 Please
((5 Times on Honor Roll) Limt 1 Please
tended the graduation of their 5th-Pamela Allyn McDan-
daughter Tess Massie, who received lei UNCLE BEN'S 22 WHITFIELD
her degree from the University 6th-Barbara Sue Wilson QUICK
Catherine Louise Duncan -

Mr, and Mrs. R. K. Hirst haveas V. Honor Student Pins RICE 2 tt: 33 Each 29<

their house guests their son (6 Times on Honor Roll)
and daughter in law, Mr. and 4th-Sue Ellen Seale
Mi*. William R. Hirst and children Frederick Canady Fruits GIANT SIZECHEER 2
Warren, Richard, Sally and Sandra Sue Abbott / CAN VAN CAMP'S
Linda, who will remain for a Patrick Lewis Duncan Pkg. PORK &
short visit. They reside in Im 6th-Ann Sanderson Meekins 59'Limit
penal Beach, Calif. Continued To Page 8 BEANS Each
One Pleasev..YaYN..YaYr.y. 25ti'.Y.tititi

Rev.Recent and guests Mrs. Atlee at the Stevens home In.of I rot f J'J" J. ........................ ....._
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Community : .rI"rN'.YwY.. ... .. ......
cluded her uncle and aunt, Mr. EXTRA !oEXTRA
and Mrs. R. L. SIbley of Zephyr- Memorial Church 50 FREE 50 : 50=::1e EXTRA e

hills. Also Miss Ivey Lois Hubert LMM..wl..tl..lAIR S & H GREEN STAMPS : s & H GREEN : as' FREES %:1'
and Miss Carol Sibley of CONDITIONED With this coupon and : with this STAMPS: & H GREEN STAMPS

Atlanta, Ga. Dtjrton A... Your Purchase of 1 Pkg. : Your Purchase coupon of $5.00 and ?T with this coupon and

BAPTIST CHURCH FLAGLER BEACH Everfresh Twin Pack : More Order, Excluding or Your Purchase of (2))

Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Potato Chips : Ctn. Cigarettes Dozen Eggs,
and morning worship at 11 o' Church Service 11:00 A.M. Coupon Expires Any Size
clock with Rev. A. 'J. Stevens, It W. DICKERT. PuUrKtKHYOXR : Coupon Expires
pastor. Training Union is at 6:45: : WKLCOMB Saturday, June 13, 1964 Saturday, June 13, 1964 Coupon Expires
P.M. and evening worship 7:45.: : Saturday, June 13, 1964I

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zalez, of Miami, announce the !(SUNDAY AFTERNOON I
engagement of his daughter, : ib..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tonkins 3 -yoo
Nilda, to James Perkins Cookof i f
were honored at a Silver Anniversary Fresh FLA. D & D GRADE "A"
Bunnell, son of Mr. and

Herbert Telwyn Cook, Mrs.j I noon at reception the home Sunday of Mr.after.and WHOLE IL
The bride elect was graduated' FRY EH

from School,Miami and attended Jackson Florida High I Mrs.Beach.Louis Lekus of Ormond I: S (SRO Limit t) ID. 29

State University, receiving a The occasion was celebrating I Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
fifth wedding an.
B.A. degree in April, 1964, in l their twenty. I
history. She is an alumna ofj i I I niversary around and also the a world.sendoff Theyare for PORK CHOPS
their trip lb.
tory Phi Alpha honorary.The Theta. national his. sailing from New York this 59

prospective bridegroomwas week. decorated in U. S. D. A. CHOICEICHUCK
The table was
graduated from Bunnell
I silver and white, and held a
High School. lie received a B.S.
degree in history from Florida beautiful anniversary cake ROAST lbM39c
which was served with champagne
State University in 1963. In August punch. On a smaller table .
he will receive an M.A.
degree from Stetson Universityin was the guest book. Featured Wilson1 "Certified" FRESH ((4-7 lb. Avg.) >

DeLand, where he is a member there was a rniniture ship "La
of Phi Alpha Theta. France" the ship that will take Baking HEN S. Ib.
The grandparents of Mr. Cook them around the world. Mrs. 39'
Lekus used the ship for a con. .
are Mr. E. W. Johnston, Sr., of
this city, and the late MableM. tanner for a permanent flower (6.816.( Avg.) SLICED FREESmoked
Johnston, and Mr and Mrs. arrangement, using white 'flow
George Everett Cook, DeLand. ers and silver leaves. *
from Ormond PICNICS Ib. 29
The wedding will be August I Those present
Beach and Beach
Daytona were:
22, at 11 A.M. in Corpus Christi
Catholic Church In Miami. An Mrs. A. B. Anderson, Wanda
invitation is extended to relatives Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H L H or Saxet Fresh
and friends of the coupleto Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Harold MAXWELL HOUSE (INSTANT)
attend the wedding, and, also, Newell, Mary Idell Rogers, and GREEN PEAS
the reception which will be held Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hopkins. COFFEE Fresh "PURPLE HULL"
at the McAllister Hotel in Miami. From Port Orange were Mr and
Mrs. Joel Molyneux. From Flag PEAS
ler county were Mr. and Mrs. 6 Oz. 89C ............ BC
Guests of Mr and Mrs. Andy George Moody Jr., Mrs. Helen. Jar Pinto

Yelvington several days this Sullivan, Mr 'and Mrs. Mike Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order (With
week were her brother and sisterin Stefllk, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murray BEANS Pork)
law, S. Sgt and Mrs. C. B. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
Alexande and children, Barry Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff, White (WHOLE)
and Michelle, of Camp Le Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden, Mr. Swift' 12 Oz. Can POTATOES

Jeune, N. C. I Lyman Gage, Mr. and Mrs. Ted PREM Each .
Heln, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stef (No. 300 Cans) EACH
Among those in Jacksonville Ilk, Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon,

during the past weekend at. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard< tending the Legion and Auxiliary and Mr. and Mrs. James Craig. "

convention were Mr. and They also received a congratulatory MILK 8 l. $100 MAYONNAISE 4ge
Mrs. Victor Buckles, Mr and phone call from Mr. and

Mrs. Leonard Moody, and A. M. Mrs. Carl Hornsby of Clewiston, Hi C (Orange Grape Fruit Punch)
McDaniel. I formerly of the Bunnell School
I Hosts for the affair were Mr.I I
and Mrs. John Cannon, Mr. and SUGAR
BUNNELLTHEATRE Mrs. Louis Stefllk, and Mr. and DAIRY SPECIALlb. -

Mrs. Louis Lekus. 5 38C Southern Belle (Limit 2 Please)

Phone 437-3681 DicCRANEYALLISON Oar OLEO 'Lrioc
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
Box Office Open 7:15 Mildred' Allison and Charlie or more

FRIDAY & SATURDAY McCraney, both of Bunnell, were FROZEN FOODS -
married in a quiet ceremony j
l TN$ Friday evening, June fifth at FRESH PRODUCE Singleton Bait or SALAD

eight o'clock in the County j SHRIMP '
C2MD1 Judge's Office. BELL PEPPERS : Zge

Judge T. K. McKnight officiated I
P&ORS.PMJ I I in the presence of members 011 COKES Each
Red & White Pure
+tPls I|lof the families and a few close ( Vegetable)

.Ar/4 j friends of the couple. Head
i Large Crisp
1 I The bride was attired in a Each SHORTENING I
I short white lace dress with LETTUCE
I i a 1.ge
mew( rnn ma .
lace overblouse with three quarter

The bride is the daughter of Calif. SunkiatLEMONS
& MONDAY Mrs. Hester Allison of Bunnell. Do=. limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order I
DEAN MARTIN I Int. i I The bridegroom is the son of Zge

Mrs. Clara McCraney also of
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'Who's Ieen't' Bunnell. I wow.

.sleeping' Following a short wedding
Q trip the couple will reside on
i2L'I' in My ? Deen Road. McCraney Is employed BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
n with the D. D. Moody Survey.ers. .
Bed? a.TECHMCOLOA . With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
J ;y w. (2) 303 Cans "Little Rir- (CREMEI Ib. PIc<<. Murray's $5.00 or More Food '
Guests of the H. T. Cook family
II rt this weekend was Miss Nllda % Coupon Void After Void After Coupon Void After
Gonzalez of Miami. [ Sunday, June 14, 1964 Sunday, June 14, 1964 Sunday, June 14, 1964
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The fire Insurance policies we write still gin the same
dependable protection. But today YOU caD often enjoy additional .
I coverage beD.flb-Home Owner's Policy-at Terf 'ill
! little extra costRemember. IIh

H. T. Cock Agency U ready to help you
take advantage of these extra eorercrge Telephone 437.3341

or stop in soon for full details.H. : .
Phone 437.3227
437-3361 dtfcens Bank Building Bunnell. fla. ;,8:00 A.IIU1 tOO p.m.

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good JUNE 11, 12, 13, 14, 1964

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r Fashions I the largest In the firm's 98-year I start a new boom in cataloguesales. Ward founded the first modern 11.1 items. Appropriately,
mail-order house in
history. The book lists every- Chicago. first sale was to a small-
:. Expensive Jewels thing from a 9-cent box of tacks Most catalogue orders now are Ward's first catalogue was a (Continued on page 7)
f Mail-Order :to a $6,500 diamond ring. I placed by telephone to branch .
By small branch offices
r While the new catalogue offers I stores or
The kerosene lamp days when I frills such as Paris fashions throughout the country. The I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
the "wish book" occupied a I and bouffant wigs, an entire I speed and convenience contrasts
place of honor In farmhouse I page Is devoted to Model A Ford with the situation when rural I IL CBAIG. Funeral Director I
customers sent off their orders
parlors are gone, but mall-order parts still brisk sellers. I
and waited and waited.A I
catalogues are far from dead. r Catalogue Sales Boom
Sears, Roebuck & Co. takes In Mail-order shopping flourished popular joke of that time I LADY OXYGEN
more than a billion dollars a from the post-Civil War period I told of the man who wrote a CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
year from catalogue sales; almost until the 1920's when Improve mail-order house: "Stop ship. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
a third of Montgomery ments In roads and automobiles I ment on that baby carriage,
t Ward's business Is catalogue made it easy to drive Into town, I've been waiting for. Substitute Phone ID 7-3532
orders. the National Geographic Society I I shotgun and plug tobaccoourboy
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Policy Change on of were able to earn a living from can be justified in terms of total

Predator ControlIs bounties paid by counties and public Interest. r

states for the animals' pelts, The same report, calling fora FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
ears, or tails. reevaluation of the Federal
Being SoughtThe
As a result, the wolf has become control program, states that "for AMBULANCE

Federal Government may i. almost extinct in the 48 every person whose sheep may PHONE VAlley" 1625
soon extend a protective wing contiguous states, surviving in be molested by a coyote there I SERVICE
over America's predators, long- appreciable numbers only In are perhaps a thousand others ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDANn.r
maligned animals that are Alaska and parts of neighboring who would thrill to hear a I
coming to be recognized as assets Canada. The remarkably I coyote chorus In the night Control S be heslhmt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Wear

rather than pests. adaptable coyote has managed to programs generally fail to always at your service with promptness, safety and \
persist but in many places has cope with this sliding scale of experienc 4:
Wolves, coyotes, bobcats, lynx, '
been driven from its traditional I values" :
bears, and other large carnivores habitat into unaccustomed ter Congressman John D. Dingell Equipped With Oxygen Resuiitator and Inhalator j j

have been persecuted since I ritory. (D-Mlchigan), speaking in the '
Europeans first came to Ameri. Garcia Funeral HomeS i'f
Bobcats and bears have become House of Representatives in support .
can shores. so rare that they will require of a bill to establish a national E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director '
Destruction of predators wasa nearly complete protection : policy with respect to S
natural of the If they are to survive. predators, said: j LADY ASSISTANT ;
consequence .. ..
Predators "There was a time when the VVWWUWYWWVftAftftVAV"COME ..... ... ..a.. .
gradual settlement of the nation are persecuted not -
and the growth of agriculture only because they kill and eat destruction of predators was r
and animal husbandry, the domestic animals. They are thought to be a way to wild j,
National Geographic Society held responsible, by some hunt game abundance, but this idea rra..rrr.r

says. Sheep, poultry, and cattle era, for decreases in the numbers has been thoroughly explodedby
men regarded them as enemies of game animals; such as modern wildlife research. It 0 I
deserving no pity. deer, antelope, and birds. is now recognized that natural 1
Yet, a large body of evidence I predation actually plays a bene No 4flow docto'c,,. 1J 1I I
Wholesale Destruction suggests that the main diet of tidal role in maintaining the IWc't' J

Indiscriminate killing through most predators consists of rats, .health of such species as deer, 4 r \
mice, rabbits, and the birds,
trapping, shooting, and whole. gophers, and other small game
sale poisonlg became the order rodents whose numbers, if left weeding the diseased and unfit] q I
uncontrolled, could become from the game populations." \ OSN v \

much more serious pests than; Eskimos, who consider the 1o t
the predators themselves.
PARIS FASHIONS. wolf relative have
a spiritual ,
Ranchers In the Rocky Mountains
EXPENSIVE JEWELSBY beset by exploding rodent long. been"., aware of this. According iii
to Eskimo
MAILORDERContinued populations, have come to appreciate
"The wolf and the caribou are
the value of the coyote
( from page 6) one; for the caribou feeds the
and, in some areas, have formed )
town wolf, but it is the wolf who
postmaster. voluntary associations to
protect I
the caribou r
Sears originated In 1866 when it from poisoning. keeps strong. .

Richard W. Sears, a Minnesota "Scale: of Values"A V.w _

railroad agent, began selling report to the Secretary of 0. r. ALFORD I
watches on the side. lie movedto the Interior made recently by Registered bttAtq &foWt, .p CPt143UOV WcAndC'L"on
Chicago, hired Alvah C. Roebuck I
the Advisory Board of Wildlife
as repairman, and issued Management pointed out that Real Estate Broker 'RcC\lL: t'tuq{ SldtC.t
hist first catalogue in 1888.
predator control "as actually BunnelL Florida

Rural families had been limited practiced today is considerably I
to the meager stocks of --

country stores, and they were
delighted with the wonderous
assortment of merchandise in .
the wish books: 98-cent brown R ON IN...

derbies, glass eyes for horses, THE WEATHER'S
feather bangs for ladles with FINE"I

thin hair, magic lanterns, dozens A "
of patent medicines, 11-,
quart coffee pots, butter chums, 1 1( 10
celluloid collars, and so on.

Buggies took up 22 pages in '1M tWItilF

the 1896 Sears catalogue, and MILLION
lingered there until 1933.
With such a vast assortmentIn
the catalogue, shoppers were DOLLARRATE
bound to be disappointed now + %
and then. One farmer's wife ordered l

' a pair of decoy ducks,, s. / '4 e
then complained, "I've cooked REDUCTIONfor
them, but they're still tough, so jM
I'm sending them back."
In farm homes, the arrival of : :Ia:

a new catalogue was an event, FP&L
and old volumes were never ,
thrown away. They were too CUSTOMERS
useful for starting fires In wood

cook stoves and for other domestic ,. Now more than
purposes.A ever before ..1 its ft
strong bond grew between whole lot KM per
farmers and their friends in to go all-dtctrle In
Chicago. A Georgia politician your iiUhrn
often reminded his constituentsthat laundry your
entire horn
they had "no friend except .
than to
Jesus" Christ, Sears Roebuck and u.e.combination

me. of iwrvlrra.KlMtrJeity.
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were less admiring little,yet don ft
of mail-order houses; they scot much for theenjoyment
fed at "Shears and Sawbuck"and ..WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRICairconditioning oft
"Monkey Ward. SophisU- modern living( /; .
cated tended to r
country'editors --.of.
agree. "
Ed Howe, the Kansas editor -
known as the Sage of Potato .p t

Hill, wrote that buying from Friend love to come over..and your In winter from the aaa*compact unit. /l ( .
mall-order houses was no dif* whole family has more zip for better Today's air conditioning la 0' j. j ;
ferent from kissing another living and summer fun. It's such a marvel of triad and proven dependaLffiiy. - 1
man's wife. treat to beat the beat .Quieter and mar efficient than

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and keep It fresh ud iwetUmeQinc aUmmer. Wide choke of size tad .It ML 60SINISSMMIYou
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1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. behest days! many benefit...now.SM the reduced. electric
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fJ expressions of friendship and i
good wishes on our Silver An-1 I Inlversaff. LARC V 248P
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Viola and Charles Tonkin. !
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HONORED Isobel Greene AT PARTY and Butch Mc. I : /a fer3eacIz I

Daniel were honored at a birth.
,day party Thursday evening at Continued From Page 4 I
the Bunnell Civic Center. The Kris Marlon Martel I 4 ,.
occasion was In celebration of Janet Sue Haines I
their sixteenth birthday annl. Donna Marie Filkins I
versaries. !VI. Runner-up Award (Medal) G j. t
The party was given by Mr. Catherine Louise Duncan :' "' Zr .
and Mrs. Homer Brooks and Mr. I VII. Special Award (Cup)
anal Mrs. M. B. McDaniel. Danc Ann Sanderson Meekins
ing and games were features of trr
entertainment. during the evening P, ; Mt
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default judgment was rendered I
WSCS MEETINGS to the Citizens Bank of w MU
RECESSED UNTILSEPTEMBER Bunnell In the Bank vs. Willie
F. Cox, case.
The Woman's Society for Two default judgments were I 1s
Christian Service met Wednes. rendered In favor of the Citizens I : ,
day morning for a business and Bank of Bunnell in the Bank n
program meeting. The programwas vs. William Llngold case. I
presented by the Teen Judge Leola Jones said the
Agers of the church. next session of the Small Claims .
The group voted to recess the Court will be held on Wednesday ,,
meetings until September. morning, June 24, at the I II
Hostesses for the meetingwere Flagler County Courthouse.
MiL T. E.llolden and Mrs. I ,
W.',C Sullivan. Attends TaxCollectors

I Meeting I

Virginia King spent the past '' Flagler County Tax Collector
weekend in Atlanta, Georgia vis. 'I Dale B. Brown was in Jacksonville I
lung with friends. during the weekend, at.
!tending the meeting of the State Attending annual active duty with the 292nd Trans Co. (Amph Trk) at Fort Henry Virginia.
:Tax Collectors Association. Training in the operation of the new Army Larc V are Sgt. Jack E. Holt and SP4 John Dodgenof
Mrs. H. T. Cook underwent Flagler County.

major surgery at the Halifax Subscribe to The F".::rgler Tribune Pictured above, left, Sgt. Holt and Captain George Rensel, Jr., commanding officer of the
Hospital Daytona Beach Wed
reserve unit. The 292nd Trans Co. which is located at Palatka, Florida is composed of
nesday afternoon SX 0 A Year In Advance
members from Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, Clay, Duval and Alachua Counties.
Miss Isabel Greene left Fridayfor

a visit in Houston Texas with .
members of her family. Enroute
she visited with her sister, Diane
who is a student at Charity Hospital CHEVELLE by Chevrolet
I Nursing School in New Or.

I' leans. FRISKY AS IT CAN BE..FINE A BUY AS YOU CAN GET ( even finer now! )

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel
have returned home after a va Trado fN' Travel Time is running out at your Inside, the upholstery over its wide foam-
cation camping trip at Alexander Chevrolet dealer's. This is about your lastthanco cushioned seats is soft, durable vinyl.
Springs. to get in a whole summerful of fun witha We don[ want anything playing havoc with
beautiful buy like a Chevelle Malibu wagon. Chevelle's good looks if we can help it.
Let out less obvious T TRAVEL All in all there 11 different Chevelles
Mr. and Mrs. 1,. E Wadsworthwere us point some pleasures.It TRADE are
In Athens last week attending has curved side windows-not just for TiME being offered during Trade 'N' Travel Time.
the commencement exercises looks, but to give you moro shoulder room. Wagons, coupes, Super Sports, convertibles,
I It has those self-cleaning rocker panels fOIl THE CKATNKMWnr sedans. One's as beautiful a buy as the other.
at the of
I University Georgia. beneath the doors that resist rust. rCRPMMCM: It's up to you. But hurry, whatever you dolclewu.
Their son and daughter in law,
/ Lew and Donna Wadsworth, re .AfoZitu t-Paumgtr Station -Wagon-
I celved their degrees.Mrs. .

Bertie O'Brien returned
Friday from Lakeland where she i t
I visited with relatives for a week.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cauley and
sons, Dwayne and Ward, of Lima
Ohio are here this week visiting .1! . '\
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bud Cauley and family.Mr. .

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and Mrs. John Sutherland
;, and family of Vero Beach, are
vacationing at the Elsenbach
h ,cottage In Flagler Beach. Mrs.

)II Elsenbach Sutherland of Is the Bunnell.former Mardell 7 ? _

i Miss Nan Watson of Miami ; ;
and her niece, Pat Peret of Baltimore
i visited here with friends ;
: a short time Saturday after.

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