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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 11, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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51, NO. 27 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR
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.NeWJ and Comment Loan Closet 'I(Do You Remember? i Regal Named ;' School Board "


(By Ettlo Fuller) Needs Drive I (By Jim, Camp) i i'Presiding Judge Begins Working ;,
Bunnell's two remainingChurch i DOU YOU REMEMBER-When

Bells joined the nation's Being ProposedThe John J. Heney organized the In This CircuitThe On Years
,, Freedom Bell Ringing at 1 0' (I school band later to become i I BudgetThe

clock on July Fourth. The bells Flagler Community Nursing "The Biggest Little Band inI Circuit Judges of the School Board, in session

are at the First Methodist Council has started a driveto I Dixie," and some of the principal I Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida Tuesday morning, wrote a letter .

Church and at the Negro St. build up the loan closet i players, back In 1935 Included which consists of Volusta,.' to Congressman Billy Mat.

James Baptist Church. needs, members of the Council II Walton Johnston on the 'Putnam, St. Johns and Flagler thews In reference to his standon

j Hearing the loud, clear ring. said this week. trumpet, Joy Deen with his Counties, recently in conference, the recent decision of the

ing of the bell at the Methodist "Nearly every family has illness I Sousaphone, Verne Taylor and elected the Honorable Horace D. i Supreme Court. In the same action

Church brought back many happy In the home some (time requiring the Xylophone, and Zeno Mercer I Riegle as the Presiding Judgeof they voted (to reaffirm their
i memories of (the old bell the purchase of sick. '!'on the drums. .And when the the Circuit lie will serve I policy to continue the readingof

calling us to Sunday School and room supplies, such as bedpans, band was invited to play at the from July 1st for a period of the Bible and prayer in the

to worship services during the urinals, kidney shaped basins, opening of the St. Augustine I two years. I Flagler County schools dally I

early development of Bunnell. walkers, wheelchairs and even Civic Center. .When the F. E. C. t I The Circuit Judges are: P. B. Bids for LP Gas was awarded
\< I also remembered the loud,I hospital beds. With the Community I i "short" that backed from Bun I Revels of Palatka, Robt. H. ,, to Harris Gas Co. as the low I

thrilling tone it had when It Nursing Council Loan nell to Palatka every morning Wingfleld of DeLand, Horace D. ', bidder at 13 cents a gallon.

was rung to mark the end of; Closet these supplies can be obtained was telescoped by a freight Riegle of Daytona Beach and I, Other bidders were Greens Fuel

World War I, I remember also on loan when the need train heading south. .When Fred I Howell W. Melton of St. Augus Gas of Flagler County and Gas '

.i it was rung on VJ Day at the arises," it was stated. ;i Hooper, long before he even tine. I. Engineering, whose bids were
end of World War 1 ll< but the The first step in building a thought of having a Kentucky i I The principal duties of a Presiding I 17 and 16 cents respectively. I'

sound was soon drowned out by loan closet is to secure supplies. ; Derby winner, built the present Judge are to act as chairman I Gas, oil, fuel 'and motor oil
; automobile horns and other Anyone having sickroom sup. I George Allen, Jr. home-the of all of the conferencesof I bid was awarded to Sinclair Oil I

modes of celebrating.As plies stored away and would finest in town-and the roof the Judges and he has the Co. at 21 cents a gallon.

a child it seemd The Bell like to donate them to the loan leaked during a 'heavy rain? I authority to assign cases to other I The board voted to reject all I

r had a different tone for each occasion closet may do so by taking them i I When the Rufus Robbins family . Judges when a Judge is dis bids and accept the state bid
of ringing: Sunday School to the Flagler County Health 1 'qualified The Presiding Judge on a bus. :
the local theatre
1 was a real merry ring while Department, or calling ID 73113. reopened I also acts as liaison between the I Board members discussed salary
for worship service it had 'amore Arrangements will be made for with Will Rogers In "David Harurn" 1 t Judges of the Circuit and the schedules for teachers bus
. to that time
; .When, prior
dignified tone. Still, a picking them up. with such i Chief Justice of the Supreme! drivers and secretaries; receivedthe
'Talking pictures" I
more impressive sound it gave Old sheets and pillow cases- Sue Court of Florida. I Ii agriculture report; made pupil
and
back when it tolled the passingof stars as Nick Stuart I takes this assignments for the
assignment
even new ones-are always i Judge Riegle up year;
Alan Ladd)
Carol (now Mrs.
of the citizens of the I
one com needed rubber sheets heard .
or any. as Presiding Judge as progress report on summer
shown in the street, out I Ii
were
t munity. I know we must not! thing taking up badly needed the successor to Robt. H. Wing repair and renovations in
stand in the way of progress storage space. A man's worn I i of the back of a Model-A Ford I'I I'I field who has held this assignment I I II the school buildings, and votedto
bell's I I on a screen hanging on the
old
BUT I kinda miss the
shirt makes a very good hos- for the past two years. pay bills.
of the the
front building near i
ringing. pital gown with little alteration i 1 I The board recessed at noon
present Tribune office. .When
; X X X X members of the Council ,! to meet again at 1:30 to workon
the granddaddy of all Juke Teen Dance At
I hear someone is in the process said. They will also be glad i; the new budget.
boxes, featuring a player piano, I II I
l of trying to halt the validation to show how it is done. i I I
for' BeachWednesday
drum and tamborine, played i Flagler I
.". of i the bonds for the The Flagler Community Nursing a nickle in the old drug store. . I II FLAGLER TEACHERS
Flagler Beach waterworks. I Council is sponsored by the. I
When Tom Holden actually Night ATTEND SUMMER
t. hope it is just a rumor. I feel] Flagler County Health Department I originated the ice cream-on-a- ; 1

that the decisive vote in favor .. 'I, I 'A Teen Dance has been UkF F.WORKSHOP
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j stick, fad. ,with a .Do-it-youy .... ..
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, of the bonds In the bond election 7. self" item made by' sticking 'a I scheduled for Wednesday night,I Uwo school teachers from -
certainly and clearly re- POSTCOMMANDER I the Flagler Beach
LEGION throat swab paddle in a scoopof July 17 at Flagler Beach are among 31
I i I
need for ;:
flected the an
city's Recreation Center William Fen.
vanilla cream, and dipping ,' i: teachers from Florida and Alabama .
adequate supply of GOOD wa it in chocolate ? nell said today. Mr. Fennell Is I
; syrup attending a "Personal and
ter. I NAMES CHAIRMEN |i When the canal, ,north od) director of the Summer Recreation -i, Family Finance,Education Work-
xxxx Beach
QUOTEOne Cora Buckles, commander of town, was the favorite swimming Program at Flagler shop" at the University of Flor

of the great mysteries of The American Legion Post 115, hole for Jaybird Junior, this Mr.summer.Fennell said the dance J ida this summer. Teachers from
'Welsmullers, although frowned j Flagler Beach ari Theodore
has announced chairmen of the .
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life is how the boy we were held July Fourth was a great
by most of the parents. . i lleln of Bunnell
upon High, and Mrs.
for standing committees as well as
sure wasn't good enough ,I Marjorle'McKenzie success In every way. All Tenn. ,
Barber
our daughter can be the fatherof team captains for .the member. When Audrey In the county are invitedto Daisy W. Moody pf Flagler
and June Brown worked I agers Beach
Elementary.
the smartest grandchildren in ship drive. attend the dance. It will be ,
up a hillbilly chorus routine I Cosponsored by !the University -
Committee chairmen are: I
the world. I I 11:30.
from 8:30: to : I 1
Americanism, Walter Morris; complete with blacked-out teeth and the Institute of Life Insurance

Ceremonials, Steve Cyzyckl; and convulsed playgoers. .When i I : the workshop seeks to

Child Welfare, Jack Clegg and the mlnature golf course was![! Volcano Wrecks I II 'meet demands placed on teach
YWA EXECUTIVE Billy Wadsworth; Economicsand opened and the Ill-League of the 1 era as the increasing Importanceof "

BOARD PLANSHOUSEPARTY Rehabilitation, Raymond S. Methodist Church sold sand. !'Bali Island Paradise economics is reflected in the

Smith; House and Entertainment i wiches and drinks there every I j school curriculum. I
John N. McIntosh and I Saturday night. .When a low- .1 outNot a rumble had been heard Daytona Beach Association of o
airplane accidentally Ball's sacred Mt. Agung, Life Underwriters has contributed I
: flying
Committee
An executive meeting of the Chick Miller; Visiting -
St. Johns River AssociationalYWA Levi Brannam. : dropped rolls and rolls of toilet i j, home of the gods, since 1842, scholarship funds through J Jl

Council held held in the I Public Relations, M. B. Fuller; tissue over Bunnell, and the and nothing that could be the State Association of Life Underwrites '

first Baptist Church of Bunnell Membership, Andrew Zalewski. white paper streamers festoonedthe I I[ called a real eruption had hapI I l for the Family Finance-

Tuesday night, with President :Team captains for the member tall pines for days? i i I pened since 1802- mor* than ICOJ Worshop so that area teachers

Judy Stryker of 'Flagler Beach 'ship drive are Stewart Eatman When Aubrey Stanish came;J years ago. All. the textbooks I could have the special summer-

presiding, and Leonard Moody.A home on leave from the Marines I I listed the 10,308-foot volcano as training.

::. They voted to hold the annual I meeting of thepost memo and dazzled the girls by wear. extinct. '
YWA Houseparty in Crescent. bership will be held at the Ing his bright full-dress uniform Then early In March, when I VACCINATION

City. Plans were made for inspiration Bunnell Community Center on complete with swagger. thousands of the faithful Hindu
FOR HOGS SETDr.
stick. .When his brother people of Ball had gathered to
and guidance along Monday evening, July 15, at 8 younger
with the recreation which will o'clock. Johnny mangled his finger in worship the gods at Besaklth,1 John Langford, veterinarian -

, Include swimming, fun periods, the projection machine at the their largest and most sacred from Daytona Beach, will be

singing, etc. The date was set I Peter Yun To Flagler Theatre, where Shep temple halfway up the mountainside in Bunnell July 12 to vaccinate
for August 8. I Cochran sold tickets, along with Genung Agung stirred hogs against cholera, Howard

They will begin with supper !Ellle Barber, for Bill Allg. . and wakened. Taylor county agricultural agent
i Local :
At
at 6:30: P.M. and last through Speak i When everybody went down to There to Pray announced today.

Saturday morning when a business I' i the depot to see President Hoover Rituals honoring the Hindu According (to Florida's new
meeting with election of Holiness ChurchPeter come through on the trainon trinity-Brahama, the creator; legislation Taylor said, -all

officers to be held. Yun, a Korean Student f his way to Miami. .When Vishnu, the preserver; and Shiva hogs must be vaccinated tor hog

Minister will be guest speaker I Clarice Teston, whose father the destroyer-were in prog cholera by August 31. AU hogs
atthe Bunnell Pentecostal Holiness was tender of the "high bridge" ress throughout the great temple six weeks or older must be vac
between Bunnell and Ormond complex, says the National Geographic cinated.
LEGION EXECUTIVE Church on Friday evening,
school and Society I Hog owners should call the
retired from teaching
July 12, at 7:45, Rev. John Lin-
BOARD MEETINGThe gold said today. opened the Coney Island standin Families and whole villageshad county agent's office (437.3122)

executive board of the local "He will tell of his life .story I Daytona and sold hot dogs, trudged up the mountainto by 3 P.M. Thursday, July 11, to
with gobs of homemade slaw, worship. They brought flow' be included on the vaccination
American Legion Post met- how God spared his life In the I
for a nickel..Do YOU remember ers and food holy water and Intricately tour schedule.
Monday evening In the Civic Korean War, called him toj I

Center to make up the post budget preach and opened the way for" ? offerings.plaited On hand palm leaves were tort'1 Head hunters and cannibalsIn
determinesome him to receive his education
for the year, and
I from the New Guinea wear the skullsof
Giant sequoias earth's largest I most skillful dancers,
of the projects to be carried ; Rev. Lingold said. Upon completion
from seedsso island where everyone dances; their deceased parents around I
living (things sprout
out during the year. I of his education he plans [
Members of the board other I to be a missionary to his people small that one ounce In theory *I. and the most talented musicians, their necks as protection against
than Commander Cora Buckles I in Korea. could produce 6,700 trees. !from a land where nearly every ghosts. For the same purpose,

present were A. M. McDanIel, : The public is Invited to hear Full grown, the largest trees I rice fanner Is also a musician, they wear human vertebrae as

Walter Morris, Levi;! Brannam, I Mr. Yun on Friday night The probably weigh 2,000 tons, the I, or painter or sculptor. necklaces. They fashion daggers,
of small steam- : At first, there were only a few nose ornaments, and harpoon
a
C. M. Miller, Duane Deen, Leonard i church .is located just off Deen displacement
Moody and M. B. Fuller. I I:I Road. ihip. I t ( Continued on page 10) heads from human bones.




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North 1 II mately 3,000,000 bags shipped I sentatives v/ho set up special I ford also appeared before both iture from. this promotional also campalgn .
Florida They stated
I last season. Many veteran growers promotions for Hastings pota- houses of the State Legislatureand continue the.
feel all of this 1963 record toes in 8,458 supermarkets 26 at a State Cabinet meeting growers must to promote
Potato Council I crop might not have been marketed states. i where she made a short promotional I and advertise their prOd.
if are to maintain
and distributed uct they their
Council's talk
without the promotion This year's new potato season
Promotion i, campaign.To got underway following a barbecue I sample bags of potatoes. rightful place in the market
Pays
help pay for the cost of for chain store executivesand Members of the Council also

The North Florida Potato Council j promoting this year's crop, buyers at the St. Johns worked closely with Senator B. BULLFROG APPETITE
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of East Palatka, and A bullfrog will try to swallow
went all out this in growers agreed to an assessment County fairgrounds last March. C. Pearce
year
promoting and advertising New of three quarters of a cent on Over 300 people attended the other legislators, in getting a almost anything that moves, including .
Potatoes grown In the St. Johns, each 100 pound graded bag, officials event. bill passed !to remove weight restrictions Insects, mice, and even
Flagler and Putnam County stated.Promotional. Miss Margie Alford, who was in hauling potatoes to birds. However, scientists have
areas, council officials activities of the selected Potatp Blossom Queen I railheads for( shipments. This obeserved that the creature,
say. Council included placing ads for 1963, helped !the Council advertise bill saved potato growers of this when surrounded by immobile
This year's bumper crop has I and timely publicity releases. In'I all brands of Hastings area a great deal of confusion Insects, will starve rather than
already, yielded over 4,625,000 trade publications. Point-of-sale potatoes by appearing on several and a lot of money, it was de. strike at a still target. 1
bags of 100 pounds each and I materials paid for by the Council I television programs and at clared. ;i ____ __
probably reached the 4,875,000 amounted to 185,000 pieces the Florida Agricultural Products Council members said the Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
mark before the season was ov ; and were utilized by Florida De j I Exhibition in Tallahassee. Hastings ,area benefitted this
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Gardening In Florida I Mesa Verde The discovery indicates that the shadowed cliff caves. They Subscribe to The ,7
the Indians of the Mesa Verde constructed Flagler Tribune

(By Hervev Sharpe) i Now Thdongs had a thorough knowledge of ings that stuck high-storied like wasp dwell.nests S2.SO A Tear In Advance

A lawn Is like an 'ole fashion useful terrain and practical hy to the yellow limestone.
corn-shuck mattress-both tend With drology. I 11300 By
I Visitors the Mesa Verde Indians
to get lumpy and bumpy. Archeologists also found a'''had abandoned their cities and
Since kneading and rustling I The cliff cities of Colorado's pueblo infant mummy wrapped 1 disappeared. HASTINGS MATTRESS

the painful bumps out of the|| Mesa Verde National Park, lost in rabbit skins and feather I Tree-ring studies indicate & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

bed Is a lost art, !this narrows 1! and silent for centuries, now blanket, some 20 skeletons, 'I prolonged drought parched the a 710.12 Lemon St.

the subject down to smoothing 1 bustle with visitors and arche- seven storerooms filled with pottery j''region from 1276 to 1299. Soil Palatka, Florida
out a lawn. ologists. and a curious oval
stone erosion and overpopulation Phone EA 5-9366
There are scores of reasons i National Park personnel are pit with a slab-lined hearth believed i have helped trigger the mass may Furniture Upholstering

why a lawn becomes as unsightly sweeping out, patching up, and !to be the site of secret 1( desertion.The Repaired & :Refinished

as the scatter rug on stablizlng several prehistoric religious ceremonies. I cliff.hanging cities Hundreds of Patterns to
the rumpus room floor after a Pueblo Indian dwellings in The diggins, In were ChOOM from.
preparation now their fifth lost to man for 600 years until Mattresses & Box
small fry television party. Some for the summer throngs, year, are part of a major scientific two cowboys, Richard Wetherilland I Made to Order Also Renovated Springs
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dents in the outdoor carpet may already increased 55 per cent effort supported by the Charles Mason, rode through PRICES REASONABLE.

have been caused by the lum over last year. National Cpocrrnnhfo Sod<>tv to the ttirletlmr_! canvonA_---_.. _n_ on In _1QQQ........ .*......".. I I BUDGET Just-as PLAN"" roa-r". N..nrn' "-
bering cement mixer delivering At Wetherill learn more about the : you
Mesa, one of the cliff-dwel chanced upon the ruins. Phone
material for the patio, the utility I many canyon.carved hills in the ling Pueblo Indians who flour- j Drop Us or A Card Post Office or Call

truck hauling away a dead 80-square-mlls Park, archeologIsts iced for centuries and reacheda i Free Pick-up &

tree, or the ruts made by last are completing excavations high state of culture before GEOGRAPHIC TO PAKISTAN i j Delivery

winter's mobile home visitors. at three major cliff houses, a vanishing mysteriously 700 years _
Rain and wind also erode| small cave and five ago. Thanks to pupils at Madison

wrinkles Leg.slze into roots a lawn.coming to the I 1 sites. mesa-top ,I Studies of architecture, artl- I the High National School, Geographic Vienna, Virginia is be, 'I'''I (Jib, tflanlrr JBrtbunr ,

facts, hiirlale. estll. _
rw11n
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surface is a good sign that the j i Prehistoric Water Works charcoal --- u n_w1__, In2 Bent to- 36- _IU'hnnl._n____ _A".'.a..... .IL.. BUNT ELL,
and plant life of FLORIDA
the braries
elements are taking their toll ; Excavations by the National In Pakistan. The youngs
area are part of the
of lawn top soil. Park Service and the National project. ters have been sending books I
Usually
leg.
Indians settled the forested MR3 M.B. FULLER, Editor
size Geographic Society recently and school supplies to Pakistan
roots are middle-aged, uncovered plateau (Mesa
Verde
gnarled elaborate ditches and means since 1961 when Bashir Ahmad
and sunsightly as other ,
channels of "green table" in Spanish) at the I the famous camel D..I..Ce' OfflrUI P.t>..". Unf
an ancient
legs of the water driver, visited
same age. So if you system used beginning of the Christian Era. their school. .r Publie N.tlc*. .! PUl.r
desire by agricultural Indians Bashir, who I
to hide
came
ugliness, the
answer who inhabited They lived in small villages, to the United C..t", M.Bl"l,alHI*. kcrcln
the States
is area in as a
simple guest
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up. raised turkeys, corn, and a.4 tie State .
the 13th squash. of Vice President f Kl rld>
century.
is suggested fpr legs and loamy, Men hunted with dogs Lyndon B.,
soil for roots. Five large ditches and Johnson, told the students it
apparently
I II II throwing sticks. Women wove I would be nice Entered us lecond cUti matter
if
trapped rain Pakistani
in
When children
ordering a load of soil, a 15-acre area, ) intricate baskets
then and bags. I could learn February t, 1)1), at the poitofflce
be sure to include an ample< i carried it to an artificial 24-Year Drought English. at Bunnell, Florida, under act of

supply to fill the ruts caused reservoir. When the lake filled, Between about A.D. 600 and March I, 1171
by the heavy delivery truck. the surplus water flowed downa 1100, most of the Indians moved I Malays believe that even
Scatter the top soil into the channel to supply 16 large into numbers are unlucky and build J
depression
large, compact communities stairs to their One year -......-_13.60 ..:
pueblo elevated
dwellings houses I
in the below.
lawn and rake the
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change of geography of your For dependable gasolines em as today' roads and cars. And service ) I''
yard, it will be as .1\1'\
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unnecessary to
as
YOUl'8upermarkeU!For
sprig in grass following a liberal ...wide awake service fits your car, choose from three Standard power that t\
hole. gaso-
filling .
you scatter top operation.If soil over the STANDARD lines, Dixie's favorites for three generations. I
STANDS Crown
OUT Extra
Crown
and
entire lawn area, it is a good Economy: Crown gaso- "

idea to make a light applicationof Dixie's go-sign. that big, familiar Standard lines offer all the power your car can useand not /,,

fertilizer prior to sifting on sign in clean red white, and blue. a nickel wastedl! Stop in today for long-yunning \ .

the terra firma. To Insure, that ,.. '. Every day Standard fuels, wide-awake Standar -
.... ,more motorista..disp: it service. '
the >ver means fuels jL .
fertilizer won't bum covered as mod- STANDARD OIL COMPANY KENtUCkY ""I ,
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blades, you may like to sprinkle
the lawn before applying top '.

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Teasing grass with tiny applications t $

of plant food won't aggravate :

the grass into excessive *. .

growth, nor aggravate you if Jim Dr- ,
you you have to mow twice a I 6
week. F
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Try applying 15 pounds of a

6.6-6 or similar analysis fertilizer

per 1,000 square feet of lawn ,
area. If your lot is 100
x 150 feet, s sqt
you are paying taxes on about sk

one-third of an acre. Substract- M
Ing' the .l4 .. ,,
areas of the house, the r Aw :
driveway, the tool shed and the

flower beds, most likely 150 1

pounds of fertilizer is ample for 1 :

one application.Even .

a hundred pounds ..

plant food may be adequate ofl ro.r ', tn. u CROWN
keep your outdoor carpet

and thrifty. Since lawn grasses j

can take dieting better than you

perhaps, you can reduce your I
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fertilizer bills by experimenting

!to discover how much fertilizer

it takes to keep your lawn
but .' }'
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The alnu people of Japan expect Ji=

a husband to destroy, his -

house when his wife dies ,so?It I -I

will be in heaven for her
use. W. C. SULLIVAN
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COMMUNITY: MEMORIAL Mr. and Mrs. Billy Spears of
CHURCH NEWS :I Jacksonville and two nieces
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. and a nephew, who were their I
with classes for all ages. Worship I guests from Augusta, Ga., visited I
hour is at 11 o'clock with with relatives at Flagler
i PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. Beach last Wednesday. Mr.
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Spears is the nephew of James !I JULY 11.12.13, 1963 RESERVED
I BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Arthur Babbitt, Sr. t I

I, Sunday school is at 9:45 A,M. i ALL OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEFSTEAK
and worship hour Is at 11 o'clock
with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. Books Are My Dish I

Training Union Is at 6:45: P.M. (By Miss Doorothy Romans) I I
and evening worship Is at 7:45. I
I .-At the- Flagler Woman's Club I, SALE
I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rhodes Library Is a set of John Dlckson
I and daughter, Darlene and son, Carr's murder mysteries. Any I
;, Charles, arrived Sunday from mystery fan who likes an English U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
Arlington, Texas, to visit this setting, a good style, and
week with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. amusing Dickensonian characters FULL CUT ROUND
Perritt and daughter, Vickie. will dig his books.A .
The Perrltts are longtime
tip to a reader about to read
CLUB RIBSIRLOIN
friends of the Rhodes and form. or Lb.
a murder mystery for the first I
er neighbors for many years. I I
time: Clues are the important I
thing, not the I
corpse.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson
and daughters, Jo Anne and Bar. Florida Agricultural Stations I
bara, spent the weekend in are celebrating their Diamond
Tampa visiting with relatives. Jubilee with a free bulletin
called "Design In Progress." The JUICY TENDER COPELAND'S TENDER

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS library has a copy. Title, cover
design layout and subject mat. Chuck
The Men's Club enjoyed a I,I ter both efficient and stunning.Men MeaK w
sparerib dinner preceding their and women on the outlook Lh. 'ICNICS L. $
regular meeting last Monday
for unusual careers might get 39
evening. Rev. Hoover was In I
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FOR BAR
ideas for them here. For ex B Q
charge of the
program. ample-"Indication* are Florida
Church school time is at 9:45:
will become one of the top
I A.M. and worship hour is at 11 thoroughbred horse states." SLICED COPELAND'S PURE PORK
t o'clock with Rev. Reynold N.

Hoover, minister. j I library The children's Is underway.section In time in the we. Baby Beef Lb. 49< Sausage "' .1!t. 49'Save

Mrs. Sam Moore and children, hope it will be Impressive. Children ,
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Matt and Laura, left for their should drop In and see the
home in North Carolina yesterday library whether they want a lOc HOT OR MILDFOLGER'S
after spending two weeks book or not.
visiting with her parents, Mr. Being around where books are HENDERSON'SCOFFEE
and Mrs. Jack Meekins. Is the beginning of being edu
cated. An extreme example of
J r this Is Sir Walter Scott, the great \ SUGAR
novelist (dvanhoe( Kenilworth,
'' I eta) In his early years Sir Walter
l- this weeks: was extremely delicate. He
patterns... I was kept wrapped in sheeps- 1 LB. 4 AC ,l 5 LB.
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ling and when properly cured Is;
3105 parchment But we don't recom SHURFINE ROYAL PURPLE
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mend this method for others who I

would become writers. Peaches 2 2/ Plums 4 00
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prefer There paperbacks are those to who clothbound say they Cans $1 1

books, not because of the sub.
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weigh less. Zounds! They re BOWMAN'S APPLE SWEET
mind me of William Alfred ,

world's JX,000,000 Foyle, founder largest books in bookstore, 1904 7 London of with the I Sauce 8 Cad 303 s *1 Potatoes 5 ::::1$1 00


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FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


Cold Comfort I ture theater.A erica II and picnicked on per.
The late Admiral Byrd established dramatic moment' came during fectly preserved six year old

the original Little America i Byrd's stay in Little America beefsteak, bread, butter' and
in January, 1929, during his II. Overnight, without warning, candy.
first assault on the frozen contl- the underlying Ice broke loose
I I I When Byrd led the
.LOCALS ; j nent, The outpost stood 795 from the Shelf and the camp almost Navy'smammoth
"Operation
&L k I! miles from the geographic South I went to sea. Fortunately, Jump" in 1946.47, a tent city-High-

I Pole. I a cold spell mended the cracked the fourth Little America-hug.
I Some 2.300 miles from the ire I
fled the ice
two
Mike and Zane Sheryl Skolar left recently for miles north of
visiting In Nashville Kelley, Tenn.are, I a visit In CincinattJ, Ohio, with I nearest human dwelling, Byrd The first two expeditions were the third.
with their paternal I relatives. I and his men spent 14 monthsin aided by grants from the National On the 1956 Operation Deep
grand
par. weather tight buildings warmed Geographic Society and Freeze in support of the Inter.
eats, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelley,I ,
ST. During their stay there Mike Mr. and Mrs. John. Rice are by kerosene stoves. National Geographic published national Geophysical Year, Admiral .
will spend a week at Mount( vacationing 'Jn New York State Winter months brought bitter many personal accounts of Byrd established Little
Mary Camp near Nashville. I for three weeks. cold and long darkness. Byrd Byrd's adventures. America V, the last before his
I : wrote: "We became a family of death a year later. The five acre

Dan Knight of DeLand | Mrs. Neva Eisenbach is a pa.tlent' moles, scuttling through glistening : Stx Yea:-Old Food site boasted 17 oil-heated buildings
of Walter brother I" in the local hospital for snow tunnels with lanterns Little America III, now at sea, hot and cold running water
Knight of Bunnell I and flashlights." was Byrd's headquarters for the
medical treatment. Her and innerspring
Is a patient In the Alrforce Base' haugh- mattresses. Asa
Hospital In Orlando for ter, Mrs. John Sutherland of When the temperature droppedto 1939.41 United States Antarctic final touch, Navy ships dispatched
treatment. He suffered medical I Vero Beach spent several days 64 degrees below zero, a man Service Expenditlon. Members of Fourth of July fire
a strokeat the
his home In here last week with her return. could hear his breath freeze. group walked six miles works, Santa Claus suits, and
ten days ago. DeLand about I'ling home Saturday, "We' had to warm candles---- before --.1 south to abandoned Little Am. I 15,750 ,birthday candles.

I they would burn," the Admiral .

Visiting Six Gun Mr. and Mrs. Bob, Pollock and recalled.
Territory Sat.
son of Zellwood visited here The great explorer's conquestof
urday were I.. M. Whitaker of
Bunnell, Mrs. Leonard Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Andy the South Pole by air, and I ANNOUNCEMENTThe
Moody
Eula Lee Moody, MrS George, Yelvington. They are vacation. (the discovery of Marie Byrd

Moody, Jr., and ing in New Smyrna Beach this Land climaxed the 1929.30 ven
Gary Watson of
week. Mrs. Pollock is the former Carousel Restaurant at Animal
Flagler Beach. '.. ture.When Land is now,
-- .ate p Roberta Carr of Bunnell Byrd returned to Little under I' ..
new management:
Mrs. Allen Reynolds and chil America In 1934, he found the
dies, Peggy Patty, Billy and Mrs. June Smith and two children old camp Intact beneath 30 feet
I of Eustis visited here of snow. On a mess hall table
Frank left
1 Monday for a visit These people have of I'n'
years experience
in New Ibera, La., with her Tuesday with her parents, Mr. stood a coffee pot, a half loaf Restau-
mother, Mrs. Nellie Lambert and and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers. Accompanying of bread, and a slab of roast rant Business. We invite you to stop by and en-
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other relatives. them here was Miss beef with a fork sticking in It.
Beverly Rodgers who Is spending Little America II was built joy an excellent Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Doors

Mrs. Howard Wray is a patient the summer vacation there atop the first The miniature :f open at 7:00: A. ,M.
: In the local hospital for with her sister. city had a broadcasting plant, ,
medical treatment. Spending tour-cow dairy, and motion pic I .1 .

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Don Alford I have returned home after a vacation
and son Howard of I
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Jacksonville.Mrs. I I of a week spent In the I' Vy >'\

'I mountains of North Carolina .' :
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E. A. Yelvington of Miami : and Tennessee. ,.'

visited here during the I .."
weekend with his son and Chuck Herr, son of Mr. and '

daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. K. Herr, underwent I Ii

Andy Yelvington. They were I I surgery ait the Halifax Hospitalin : ,
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Daytona Beach
accompanied here Tuesday
by their ; ; 1.! :
grand children, Kevin and Barry I||I morning. He is reported as re ,
who had spent two weeks covering very satisfactorily.Mrs. .
with them in Miami. j
F. M. Townsend, Sr., and
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Miss Mag Audry Cameron ofLakeland her mother, Mrs. Stewart, are t :::
and Miss Eva *Bell spending some time at the I \ i \, ',: 4 .___'&i4b .. .

Cameron of Sylvester, Georgia, Townsend home in Haw Creek. : ,: -,.,-, ,, ,<<

spent the Fourth of July here i .* , ,4 A' r
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eron. Mrs. Richard Palczeski has returned l i:;: ,
home after a recent visitIn j 1 ?4
Mrs. Lois Higginbotham and Chicago with relatives. Her ZY

daughters, were visiting in son Ricky is remaining their for ,.'
Tampa with her parents, Mr. a visit with his grandmother. I

and Mrs. Morris Stultz, during
.the holiday weekend.

Antarctica's Little

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. \
Victor Buckles at their beach America Floating

cottage last week Included her .
brother In law and sister, Mr. Away on IcebergLittle i t'' I't.
and Mrs. W. E. Stewart and Joy .
of Ft. Mill, S. C. Also her broth.' America III, Admiral ,, -Li. V, .
er and sister In law, Mr. and Richard E. Byrd's base in Ant. i r '':0,
Mrs. L. T. Miller and children, arotlca from 1939 to 1941 has e+suu.atca 'tE
and shipped out on an iceberg.A ti
Beverly Wayne, of Jackson .
ville. Navy icebreaker recently
w
I sighted the camp floating In the / r
Ross Sea 300 miles from its ; 4

I original site. .
Recent visitors at 6 Gun Territory .
I The research station, like the
were Mr. and Mrs. William
other four Little Americas, was
Deen, Delores Deen, and
'built on the seaward edge of
Mrs. Rosely Cameron.
I I the Ross Ice Shelf, a California-
WWWWO. 1I I I size ice field fed by glaciers.

F. ALFOAD (i As the Shelf moves north at Far Apart ?

Registered about four feet a day, huge icebergs .w'j

Real Estate Broker 'Icefalls break will off eventually and float away.doom Be Together in Seconds 11;

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D. Little 2Id 3 0 0 j i j!true personalities of Davy Crock .' presented within the time and InI
I I the manner prescribed herein ahall
B. Kent 4 0 0 ett, Jim Bowie, and William Bar. be barred aa provided by law.Dated .

I 1. Seate 1 1 0 ret Travis. Also In this book I i First publication June 21st: A.June D. 1963.27. 19(3S ,

!SPOR3 D. lI11senbeck 2 1 0 you will find the answers to I / / Jadwlga BankowaklAa
Administratrix of the Estate
T. Pinner 4 0 1 many questions of the Alamo. i I of Walter Bankowakl

C. McGriff 0 0 0 For example, did Houston order dereaaed
I TO THE EXECUTOR OR AD.
', > I the Alamo blown up; did I.: MINISTRATRIX

TE5"' 3024 Travis draw the line; did Davy The above notice must be published .
N; ; I in a newspaper published In
" . . Crockett surrender, and did Davis Flagler County once a week for
four (4) publications, and the proof
commit suicide?
and .1', of such publication (which will be
WESTBROOKS' 4-HITTER Nancy Rodgers
average. THE BOOK NOOK If you wish to find the an furnished you by the paper) filed
TIES UP SERIES ,, Babs Cummins both are hittingthe In this office.T .
THE GOOD EARTH swers to these riddles come to K. McKNIGHT, County Judge
Cecil Westbrook, fastball ar ball hard and a change In June 27 & July .I1-11-4tc
our library and read the book
List for the Bunnell Merchants, the big ten batting league will ,
By Pearl Buck A Time To Stand. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
pitched four-hit ball and defeated i I change. read I FLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Have you ever a story Library Assistant, IN CHANCERY NO. CIIj3
I the Wadsworth Lumber Co. I J Ponytail Top TIlL Hitters about the customs of the Chinese 1 Steve Neely. MARIE R. ORAHAM

:'5-2 in eight Innings to tie up Ab H cnrg people The Good Earth tells! v. Plaintiff

the playoff series with one win P. Hugas 24 18 750S. of the many hardships of, the: JOHN D. GRAHAMDefendant

I each: Bradley 21 14 666 Chinese.In I NOTICE TO DEFEND

I A win for either team tonight N. Rodgers 15 10 660 Tenne see THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO

.'will' give the winner a two out Sharon Townsend 21 13 619 this story, Wang Lung, a:' StyleBy : JOHN whose place O GRAHAM of residence and

&bf three game series with Se. B. Cummins 26 16 615 poor farmer, finally gained profit post office address are unknown
from his land. He tilled the You are hereby .notified that a
Iville.: The winner of series will J. Dunson 25 13 520S. .I Walt Graves&Carl Spicer; suit : 'vebeeUn edd against you In
jl soil each from morning
day until the cause and
; you
ha be 1963 City Softball Champs. Hardin 18 9 500 night. Olan, his wife, was FRIDAY 9 P. M. till are hereby required to Ale hr.o'8'o answer

.Westbrook and Pinner both B. L. Bourne 20 10 500 SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M with the Clerk of .
the mother of many children. and to serve a copy thereof uponthe

were hooked up In a good game. V. Moore 14 7 500 She also worked in the fields! LETTER OF MARQUE plaintiff name or and plaintiffs adress la attorney.whose : .

1 In jhe top of the eighth, the I M. McNab 19 9 480 beside him. : COCKTAIL LOUNGE CHARLES J. LUKE II
280 N. Rldgewood Avenue
Merchants scored three runs on
The rich household of :
Wang
'I & RESTAURANT Daytona Beach Florida
one hit, one error and fielders not later than July 22, A D. 1983.If .
from the Joss
Merchants Ab Jt H began to suffer 1 5 Af Ues So. of Marineland you fall to do ao. decree pro

choice. Westbropk zeroed the .Brown 4 2 1 of their good crops. While Wang Formerly Dinty Moore'sIN confeaao will be entered againstyou
Lumber boys In the bottom of for the relief demanded in the
1. Ward 4 1 2 Lung had the chance, he bought bill of complaint. The nature of
'the eighth to win the ball much of their land. aid suit being for divorce.
J. Whitaker 4 1 2 I ,
TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OPFLAGLKR WITNESS my hand and seal of
game. .T. Roberts 4 0 2 The famine raged In the north COUNTY, FLORIDAIN said Court this' 17th day of June

PONYTAIL STANDING I 1G.I RobbIe 4 0 0'I.T. and many died. Please read the Peter CHANCERY J. Evangeliata. NO. sass J A( D. 1963.Official' Seal. )
'
W L pet I 1 Cauley 4 0 0' outcome of Wang Lung's familyIn Plaintiff E. A. 8MTTHE
vs. Clerk oX said Circuit
I *\ Court
Citizens: Bank 5 1 S33i D. Peterson 3 0 0 "The Good Earth. Bruce It. Harrower Evangelista, 'By. Julia ;H: Harvey

VFW Aux. 5 2 714''Garland 3 0 0Geo Library Assistant, Defendant I June 20-27 July 4'De H.-Uc yty Clerk

,. F. M C. 2 4 333 I Kendall 1 0 0 I Mary Brown. NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT<< OF
Bunnell Restaurant 1 6 143 Wmherln&ton 2 0 0, .Bruce ,11. narrower Jivangellata, KLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDAIff

Games tonight, July 11: Citizens I'.T.. V/estbi'ook 3 1 2 whose place of residence and CflANCBRY! :30.: M83
YoDolt he notified ARGYLL ,SMITH JR.
I Bank vs. VFW Aux, 6:45.: A .TIME TO .STAND) e, redn that acult MERICA pPlalntiff
J has been against you In ..
I, "'Juiyj8, Tuesday, Bunnell Bes. '36' :s 9 A Time To Stand, written by ,the Above entitled cause; and you va. '

vs. Citizens Bank, 6:45.P. W L C. Ab II H Walter Lord, is a true and taco, +wer are "hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court an*, IOUISE( G. ,fiHITHDefendant:

J. Mutts 3 0 1 tual report of The Alamo and and to serve a copy thereof. upon; NOTICE TO DEFEND
the plaintiff or ,* attorney. .
HUGAS LEADS S. Rockett 4 0 1 of the men that fought there.It ,who T e name EtOV"f1 plaintiff O1Cliia: TUB''LOUISE STATE o SMFIT1It. TO:

PONYTAIL HITTERS D. Mutts 4 0 1 was taken from diaries, let., 110 N. Jrd treet Atlanta 660 Courtney Georgia.Street N. E.

Puge Hugas is top batter in r. Martell 3 0 0 ters, and reports of the men. Palatka. Floridanot You are hereby notified that a
later than August. 12, A. D.
the Ponytail League with .a 750 W. Townsend 2 0 0 In this book you will meet the 1963. the suit aLove has -been entitled filed cause against; and you you la

If you fall to do ao, decree pro are hereby required to-file answer
confessowill be entered against with .the Clerk of 1r.oJo .
you for the releif demanded in the and to serve a copy thereof upon
bill of complaint. -The nature of ;the plaintiff' or plaintiffs attorney
aid suit feeing for divorce whose name and address ia:
WITNESS my hand an seal of NICHOLAS ATCAPUTOifiO
aid' 'Court this 8th day of July. Avenue
Rltmwoo
A.1) 1963. q }
(UftlclalE.Heal) not later than July Si. A.D. 1963.
A. SMYTHE If you ,fall 40 do ao ,decree ,pro
Clerk of said Circuit Court' confesao willbe entered against
By Julia H. Harvey : you for the relief demanded in ,the
Deputy Clerk bill of complaint. The nature of
July 11-18-J5 & AUK. I 4to said suit -being"for divorce.
a WITNESS' my hand and seal of
} & 4 IN TREE COUNTY JUDGE COURT said Courtithla, llth day pf June
4 IN AND FOR KLAULKH COUNTY A. D. 1963 I
FLORIDA IV I'ROUATE Official eaU
IN HK -K8TATK OF' :
EDWARD A. U. .I'AYNTAR. also E. A. SMYTHE
known as Abraham It. I'ayntar. 1I Clerk of said Circuit Court
deceased. Dy Julia R. Harvey
CITATION Deputy Clerk
I The State of Florida to all bene- June 20-27 & July 4.11-Ito
.flciaries of the estate of EdwardA.
; R. I'ayntar, also known a* Abraham NOTICE AND CALL OF MEETING
R. I'afntar. deceased (other TO ELECT ONE MKMIIKR OF
than Ellen C. I'ayntar and Helen' HOARD OF DUPERY ORII! FOR
I P. Oolsan), and all other persona I1IMINI DRAINAGE DISTRICT.

k 4 IV concerned.You Notice la hereby given that a special -
are hereby notified that apetition
meeting of the owners of land
: has been filed In said situated In the Blmlnl Drainage
Court praying for a determinationof District In Flagler County, Florida.
the beneficiaries heirs, legateesor
Is hereby called to be held In the
devisees of the estate of Ed. i Commissioner's Room of the
Flag
ward A. R "",.ntar. also known ler County Courthouse,
4 c aa Abraham R Fayntar deceased I Florida on the i6th day of Bunnell.July,
C. and
other than Ellen I'ayntar
css Helen 1'. Oolsan. and you are here- A.the D. 1963 at 3 o'clock P.M.. for
I purpose of electing one member
by required to lie your written defenses of the Board of
Supervisors for
thereto (40)
\hlUbrl{ the term of three
day after the on 'or rears and to ati
tend to such
hereof Should fall other business per-
posting you I
& ;
taming to the
therein, decree will be entered in district that may
due course upon said petition. come before the meeting.
I
WITNESS my hand and seal of At such election each and every
said Court at Bunnell Flagler acre of land In the said District
County Florida, this 9th day of I shall be tI 'iowvrrn In per
son or by duly
July
( L\9S3'T.\ K. MCKNIGHT signed for each acre of land owned
County Judge. I' by him (In laid District Guardians
July 11-18-25 & Aug. 1-4tc may represent their wards. Execu-
tore
and
amlnistrators may --rep
IN TIll COUNTY JUDGED COURTIN resent the estates of deceased 'perSons -
AND FOR FI.AOLKH COUNTY : and private corporations may
FLORIDA IN PHOUATH be represented by their officers or
IN RE ESTATE OF I duly authorized agents.
ELLEN C. PAYNTAR. deceaaed. It II ordered that this notice be
CITATIONThe published each week for two consecutive -
State of Florida to all bene- i weeks In The Flagler Trl-
flctariea of the estate of Ellen C'I bune a newspaper. ublished ,1n
Payntar, deceased, (other than ,Flagler' County, rlg .
Helen P. Oolsan) and all other. .ate of .Arlt, ,publication July .,
A. D.
persona concerned.: 1963
You are hereby notified that a 1 By order of Board of "
petition has been filed In laid Court I A. ..JOHN81'0N., Present? '
praying for a determination of the Attest:
beneficiaries; heirs, legatees or devisees JUl.O' F. rcORD. Seeretary.
of the estate of Ellen C. 4 'I
Payrn tar, deceased other than
Helen P. Golaan.. and you are hereby IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Op'h
required to file your written defenses 'LAGI.F.R COUNTY, FLORIDA
thereto within forty (40) 1 IN IIANCF.UY NO 407
: , COURTESY I'CIX1'S THE WAY days After ,the first publication ortherein NORAH OEARIGHTYPlaintiff

I j decree. will bed entered you fall In, .

due course upon said petition. I. JOHN K. OEARIGHTYNOTICE ..
Show visitors that the climate is not the onlythinl.that'uunny "WITNESS mjr "hand and the seal -- ,
DEP
of aald'Court at Bannell.Flagler- To ENDp
Florida this 9th day of THE IITATE OF
County. FLORIDA, TO
\ .. in Florida. Show them a warm smile and a bright disposition i ETAL)63.: JOHN K, OEARIGIITY, :

,' I T K. MCKNIGHT County Judge. whole place of residence and

, ' I: .that will mata them feel welcome . and. I wUl,ma e them feel July ll-lt-25 & Aug. 1-ItcIV You polt are hereby notified ,hat a

suit haa been filed against you i5

;;r' l like staying . .permanently. Courtesy }wins friends for Florida ; THE COUWTY' JUDGE' COURT, the are hereby above entitled required cause to : and you
IN AND FOR FI.AOLKR COUN answer -
with the this
f TY. FMIRIDA asr PRORATE Clerk of Court
and to
-,and for youi! NOTICE TO CREDITORS the plaintiff serve, or a plaintiff copy thereof upon

IN RE- Estate of whose 'name and address attorney 1. .
:
.,' :. ' . WALTER BANKOWSKI.Deceaaed. Selden RAY SELDEN Building

I To all creditors and all persons Daytona Beach
... having claims or demands against. not later than July 29.Florida A. D. 1913
laId estate:
You. and each of you are hereby onfeillo It YOU fan to do so. decree pro
notified and required to present will be entered against
you for the
: I any alma and demands which you. relief demanded In the
: may have against nature of

,f FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I sKIesdeceased, A TR of BANKOW-FlaglerCounty. said saWITNESPmyfhand Court and'seal of

: 1 Florida to the Hon.T. K. Me- A. D. 1963 this 25th day of June
Knight Judge of Flagler County
'JUIHNG/ IU/ID fLOIDAi at his office In the County Courthouse (Official Seal) EA. flMYTHE
In Bunnell. Flagler County, Clerk of laid Circuit Court
i Florida within six months from *T Julia R. Harvey
the date of the first publication ,Clerk
\ hereof. All claims and demands not June JT ft IDly 4.11.9-s

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frozen f Food' ( TreatL I (And This Coupon)
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L: r-AGE TEN THE FLAGLER 'fRI UNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA < Thursday, July .11, 1963
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VOLCANO WRECKS shirtwaist, the men In colorful been ruined. I The Soviet Union is the largo The early Teutons, from whom
BALI PARADISE sarongs and open turbans-returned : Land Crowded I est nation on earth, followed by came the word bed, slept In
to their homes In the I The loss of arable land is particularly Canada, China, United States shallow chests lined with ani.
(Continued from page 1) lowland villages. I tragic for the proud !'and Brazil. mal skins.
earth tremors and puffs of let .-- --'- '-
Then Genung Agung fly. ,I and Independent Balinese people I -
smoke from Agung's crater. :''I It first destroyed the villages of I who number nearly three .

As the mountain labored, worshipers I Sebudl, Sorgah, and Seblh, high I million on an Island only 95
were moved to an extraordinary I up on the mountainside. Lava I I miles long and never mote than CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
religious fervor, I Gust 'and ash flowed down and engulfed I 50 miles wide. They are superb

Ngurah Sindhu, a devot Ball- !the mother temple of :i farmers ,but It was hard to feed I A. H., CRAIG. Funeral Director
nese teacher and member of the Besaklh and smaller temples on so large a population even before JOHN HARDIN. Associate .
I
second caste, recalled. Genung the slopes. The priests had refused !the eruption.
I XYOEN
Agung was the home of the gods, to leave. They were caught Now, with much of the land AIR LADY I
and the gods were manifesting lava C' ,+.rDITJ, .Ng' I I 'EQUIPPEDI
truly and encased in quite destroyed, they face an even I
\I themselves. the people of Pompeii like'I'I' more difficult problem than they CHAPF:1.ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
;" you not afraid?" the two thousand years ago. did nearly 500 years ago when
priests asked the people. I For five days the mountain Islam threatened to engulf them. Phone ID 7.3532
I "Jfo, we are not afraid," the t i threw
went berserk. It threw out giant II I They the Moslems back 201 E. MOODY BLVD. ttUNNELL. FLORIDA
I I J people responded with a mighty boulders that crushed people and have maintained their gentle .,
It shout, Mr. Sindhu remembered. and villages. It produced a I I Individually, rewarding, Hln- -- ---- -----

Lara Overflowed black cloud (that darkened the due culture Intact-even against I
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
But the mountain became sky, grounded airliners, and i the Dutch who, despite their 350
-.1- more violent and molten lava turned day into night in Sura- years in the East Indies, never fire Insurance policies we write still gin the same
: overflowed the rim of the crater. baja, on the main island of Java,I really conquered or changed the dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad
The religious ceremonies were over 200 miles to the northwest. Balinese. ditional coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
concluded hastily and most of It triggered unseasonable rains I The gods of Genung Agungare little extra costRemember.

the people-the women and that brought floods as far away I not likely to destroy them
girls bare from the waist up except as Djakrta, Indonesia's capital, either. i H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
for an occaslonaly filmy 700 miles distant. iI I( take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
London "bobbies" trace their or stop in soon for full details.H. .
Volcanic gravel and ash fell I
day and night on the 2,243 II nickname to Sir Robert Peel who T. COOK AGENCYPhone
Community square miles of Ball. Near Den. was responsible for the Metropolitan I 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Fla.

Memorial Church pasar, 'the capital at the 'south. Police Act of 1829.
I
of the Island It w ....
ern point was - -
later-4ea.mtaatl.al
like a continuous hail or sleet 'I
AIR CONDITIONED roofs and Flagler Beach Barbershop
storm, rattling on
Daytona Av*. palm trees.Monkeys. I t Is Open .24 HourWrecker .

FLAGLER BEACH in the famous Monkey "It Pays To Look Well" ] I Service
Temple outside Denpasarwere
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Dick Langdon Tour Barber
terrified and hovered
over
Church Service 11:00: A.M. '
their infants to protect them. / Flagler Truck &Tractor Co
K. W DICKERT, Putor i
The grime and gravel got into '

HtKllYONH T _WELCOME_ 11>01'II everybody's hair and ears and r PETERSON TEXACOSERVICE MASSEY-FERGUSON
nose. t I It Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

Some 1,500: Balinese have been i, t ROAD SERVICE : VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242
TV SERVICEALL killed, by the latest estimate, 1
'II and from a fifth to a thlni"of t i"ht Mechanical WorkPhone I Owner Bunnell, Florida
{ 437.3441 Bunsen
MAKES Ball's farm and rice land has I .. ,
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March 14-tf And you can usually back it up-as easily as you more useable interior space. Best of all, it produces

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reasonable prices. Call George doing that occasionally, if only to wonder why no other American-made

,Jarosz, ID 73410. adjust the brakes-they're self-adjusting. car thought of it.
1.24-7.25 p. that's all there is to it, and that's a good Fyap Corvair's engine is also air cooled, we

example of how delightfully easy Corvair might add, which means there's no antifreeze
WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & is to own, drive and maintain. 1 i / or water for you to add. Ever.

Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. But since we began by talking about All that pleasure from something so
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large factor in the fun of driving a is unique among American cars. Which
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