Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00549
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 25, 1963
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: VID00549
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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1[". 51, NO. 29 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1963 $25O A YEAR

''r! =Dr. and- Mrs. John P. Wheelerr Waterworks- Bids School Budget -New-= SurfaceOn -

fr't.> ; Being RequestedBy Hearing Set For Railroad St.

: __ Flagler BeachThe Next ThursdayThe ,: Through City

City of Flagler Beach is Board of Public Instruction Womack Asphalt Paving Co.
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advertising in this issue of The has set next Thursday, August of Daytona Beach has completed
Wirn'V' _, Tribune for two separate bidson 1, for the public hearingon resurfacing Railroad St from
construction of a waterworks the proposed budget for its Intersection with U. S. Highway
R system forthe city. county schools for the fiscal 1 on the south to Grove
JE"ry Y The bids are returnable Au. year that began July 1. I St. on the north of Bunnell.

gust 29 In the city clerk's of. The proposed budget is being I This resurfacing Is a part of
f fice by 2 P. M. One bid requestIs I published In this issue of The secondary road work now goingon
toI for water wells, pumping Tribune, and citizens are given from Bunnell to Espanola.
I ". equipment and water treatment notice of the hearing. Interested From a point north of the Route
t plant with a "nominal" capacityof citizens are Invited to meet with 100 overpass to Espanola, the
ws one million gallons per day. the board and discuss the proposed highway is being rebuilt entirely
The other bid asked Is for
approximately budget. .
This section is part of
linear feet of
85,000 the old brick road that once
3-Inch to 14-inch cast iron pipe, was the main arterial highway
together with valves fittings Flying Pharmacists from Jacksonville south. I

hydrants building service lines, Plan I Crews are now putting down i
meters, and other necessary wa Fly-in-For the limerock base and this will 1
ter transmission and distribution
I extensions. I Bunnell i be surfaced with asphalt. A little I
system Airport
i over a mile north of Bunnell

I, Awarding of the contracts Is : The recently organized Flying I I the rebuilt road will IntersectU.
contingent upon sale of $650,000 Pharmacists of Florida held their .S. Highway 1 also, but a leg I
0'J J I general revenue bonds that were second Fly-in at Crystal River I will continue south to connect
approved by the city's voters last weekend with Port Paradise with Railroad Street.

i I' last November 5. There was 239 as their headquarters. Mr. and I I
votes for the bonds and 117 against Mrs. George Moody Jr., of Bun

II|I I nell flew over to the weekend Class Completes i iI
Validation of the bonds was meet. I

I I approved by the court in a The Flying Pharmacists of I Medical 1 Self-Help ;
s hearing held here Thursday, Florida is a non profi, nonpolitical -
I II July 18, and it is expected that'I organization for regis Course
the necessary decree will be tered pharmacists who are Training i

1ri signed by the Judge when presented either private, commercial, or Certificates will be awarded
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In detail. student flyers. It is a club with Monday night, July 29, at a cere.
It appears that after many no responsibilities organized for mony to be held in the Civic 1
s ; I years of effort by Flagler Beach the fun and fellowship of regis. Center at 8 P. M. to which the
y lF e I City Commissioners and other
7r.ih et V 6 I tered pharmacists interested In public is Invited.
\ Interested citizens will result in i
flying Col. Robert R. Reed assistant ..1
Dr. and Mrs. Wheeler, newly appointed missionaries} Jto the city finally securing plentyof John Dowd of Arcadia is president director for training, Information (
5" Europe, sign the guest book at Southern Baptist Foreign palatable water for a number of the organization. Jon and education, state civil ; :
; Mission Board headquarters in Richmond Virginia. of years to come. Machek of Tampa Is secretaryand fens office will be ''de.'T."i"
Two old-time residents of the founder of the organization. speaker.

.teaching" when he was study city George Moody, Sr., and The club voted to hold their This Is the first group to complete
The WheelersAs ing toward the doctor of phlos- Claude G. Varn testified in favor third Fly-In At the Bunnell Air. this course in Flagler
ophy degree at the University of proceeding with the validation port during October.TEENAGE County. The instructor for this
'Missionaries of Edinburgh. While returningto at the hearing. At a meet. group was Mrs. Joseph S. Wll
I the States upon completionof ing the beach commission that DANCE lock, Ormond Beach, who has "
In Switzerland his studies abroad, he and I evening the city clerk was instructed been teaching first aid and home 1
t I his wife visited 41 countries of I to write a letter of appreciation SET FOR FLAGLER nursing for the American Red t
t. Pastor and Mrs. John P.
the Middle East, the Far Europe many years.
Church t
\ er, of Parkway Baptist ,
Miami Florida were appointed I East, and Central America. I I I their support of the validation. Recreation Director William This course has been approvedby
Although Mr. Varn is now a the U. S. Public Health ServIce '
"We traveled by train, Jet, bus J'
missionaries to Europe Thurs I Fennell said today plans have
resident of St. Augustine he still
The American Medical Association
day by the Southern Baptist truck, freighter steamer, ele- 'has Interest In the been made for a Teenage Danceto
property and the Office of Civil 1
Foreign Mission Board in its phant, taxi and foot, Mrs. be held atthe Flagler Beach
and In
city former was a
years Defense. Some of the
meeting in Richmond. Va. Dr. Wheeler says. "We contacted I Recreation Center on Tuesday topics
factor in the creation and
Wheeler expects (to teach in the Southern Baptist missionaries at prog night, July 30. covered are darloactlve fallout I
of the town. I
possible point and were II and shelter, hygiene, sanitation
International Baptist Theological every I A small admission will be
Seminary Ruchlikon-Zurlch, wonderfully blessed in knowing II I charged for the dance which will water and food shock burns, ,
Switzerland.Mrs. them in seeing our mission work be from 8:30: to 1130.: nursing care of the sick and injured I
firsthand. The great need everywhere No Funds For emergency childbirth. I
Wheeler the former Kay was burned Indelibly in COUNCELOR SPEAKSTO This group will assist local ,
Hooper was born in Miami but our minds. In our hearts we began State Park At 1-health department with teaching -
grew up in Bunnell. She gradu to know our place must be LIONS CLUB HERE( groups in different areas of

ated from Stetson Universitywith serving on a foreign field. We BeachGeorge Merel Klcklighter, International Flagler County. As the program
the bachelor of music degree had been praying about this be Flagler Counselor of Lions Clubs was progresses others will also be

and studied at Jullliard fore and thoughout our mar Moody Sr., chairmanof guest speaker atthe Lions Club trained to assist in teachingthis
School of Music New York City riage" the Flagler Beach State Park luncheon meeting Tuesday. course. It Is hoped that
and The University of Michigan Dr. Wheeler preached and Board was In Tallahassee last lie discussed the new Sight ultimately at least one member
Ann Arbor. She is the daughterof taught at mission stations along week for a conference with! State Conservation Program of the from each family in Flagler 1
Mrs. Ella Mae Hooper of Daytona their route. "When I got back Park Director W. A. Colwell concerning Florida Lions Clubs. It was' County will betralned In "medi 14
Beach and Fred Hooper, Sr. to the States I was convinced of plans for the local park stated that anyone wishing to: cal self-help" J
of Miami. I the need and filled with a great improvement.Mr. will their eyes to the eye bank The following will receive certificates I
She says she has been singingin I desire to be a missionary." Colwell said money from secure the will blanks from Monday night: GeorgeM.
choirs ever since she was a Dr. Wheeler has served in his the state appropriation had been may Lion George Moody, Jr. Moody, John W. Botterbusch, .
member of a children choir In present pastorate since June II earmarked for three other park Guests of the club were Mr. Sara Matrel Etta Peterson ,
her church in Bunnell. Now director Frances Edmonson, Cella Lord, '
1959. Parkway Church; which Improvements In the state and Kicklighter, Frank Clegg, Andy
of the music program at now has 450 members was constituted there would be very little money Yelvington and Freddie Fruits. John A. Clegg, Mary Susan '
parkway Church she has taught from a mission under left for improving other parksIn Brannam, Joyce Patrick Aileen '
voice and directed and arranged his leadership in 1960. the state. Harding Joy Stefllk, Lois Carle ,
music for choral groups. Born in West Palm Beach he lie also told Mr. Moody plans STUDENT NEWSPAPERCITE R. G. Carle Kathryn Ferryman I
Before going to ParkwayRev. grew up in suburban Miami. lie could be worked out for the work UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT: Mary Alice Lee Raymond S. ;
Weehler was pastor of the I attended the University of Florida appropriated by the Flagler University of Florida President Smith and Joseph S. Wlllock.
Hopewell Baptist Church, NewCastle Gainesville and graduated County Board of Commissionersto J. Wayne Reitz was ,named .
Ky., Orville Baptist I' from Southern Baptist Theological be used In clearing and pro Man-of-theYear by the editorsof UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Church Henry County Kentucky Seminary, Louisville Ky., viding a wayside park area in the Florida Alligator, the HOMECOMING SLOGAN
and Pint Baptist Church, Flag- I with the bachelor of divinity de that portion of the park located university student newspaper.The .
ler Beach assistant mission- pastor I President "Future Meets Past in Gaton'Big
gree. He received his doctor'sdegree between Highway A1A and the honor was accorded '
of First Baptist Church Day- I in absentia from the ocean. Retiz as "the person who Blast" was picked as the
tona Beach; assistant pastor and ; University of Edinburgh In 1959 has served the cause of higher University of Florida's Homecoming I
youth; 'leader at Crostorphine i following completion of his dissertation They also would make plans education to the greatest extent slogan this week by
KirMEdlnburgh, Scotland; and which dealt with mis for clearing the north and during the past year in Florida. Florida's State Cabinet.
Interim pastor of churches In I sions. south boundary lines of the The winning words submitted
Bunnell and Port Orange. He I park, from A1A to the Inland by Mrs. Alice C: Dunhill, a
taught In the Stetson University Waterway. This way, Mr. Moody Among the Bushmen of South third year pharmacy student ..
extension In Miami thje past four, From the winding Meander said work provided by the com- west Africa, a boy Is not considered from St. Petersburg were select.
years. '<,i I River of western Asia came the mlssloneni could be used In get a man and cannot roar ed from over 1,000 entries. The
He says he :began)$ ; I ftq; ,;consider, useful verb that describes what ting the development of the ry until he has stalked and University's Homecoming is set
"the prospects .of missionary: most rivers do-meander. park started. killed a large game animal. for October 23-20.:
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varied seasonally from about 1- Florida to northern markets and I THE BOOK NOOK | Subscribe for The Flogler Tribune
Florida Produce in r 000 cariot in April-May to less are included in the state figures. I 3150 A Year In Advance
than 10 in August.September "Fresh fruits and vegetables Heat: of Things' Not Seen -
Huge Shipments I from Florida are only one phase BY Harriet H. Houser |
"All means of transportation of the state's agricultural production HASTINGS MATTRESS
All Year Around I were used: truck, rail, piggy.. for out-o#-state fresh This is a heartwarming true I j I I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
I back, ship and air, in that order markets. Cut flowers: potted story about a seventeen year ; 710-12 Lemon St.
.whopping 500 rail car capacity Total shipments of the plants and ornamentals as Well old Georgia Boy named Hentz
a day, every day of th fresh fruit and vegetables, measured as standard field crops are also Houser I Palatka, FloridaPhone )
year on the average, was need in carlots, amounted to significant." i iI Hentz1 mother had warned : EA 5-9166
ed to move Florida's fruit and 183,757 last year, 7 per cent over him of the dangers of the swim-1 i Repaired Furniture.&Upholstering Refinished
produce to northern markets the previous 5-year average. ming-hole, but Hentz hack not I Hundreds of Patterns to
last year, the Florida State. Preliminary figures for the current I Desert pocket mice can live i paid attention to her warning. I Choose from.
Chamber of Commerce said yesterday season, which ends this without drinking water. Feed. Then tragedy struck! What hap. Mattresses & Box Springs
In Its Weekly Business month, show shipments of vege ing on dried seeds only, the lit pened to Hentz* Was he killed? Made to Order.Also Renovated
Review. tables increased over last year tie rodents flourish for monthsin For the inspiring ending of this BUDGET PRICES PLAN REASONABLE.IF NEEDED.
"Expressed on this dally basis, while citrus dropped because of arid sand. Their long acclimation story, come to the library, won't Just as near as your
the true magnitude of Florida's freeze damage. Small amountsof to the desert enables you? Phone or Post Office
agricultural production Is revealed cucumbers and tomatoes from them to produce sufficient water I I Drop Us A Card or Call
," the trade body said. the West Indies and Central through chemical changes of Library Assistant free Pick-up &. Delivery
"Actually, dally movements America are funneled through starch in their digestive tracts. Jack Abbott. I I _
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against winter's 70-degree-below mile family flavor cookies: bread,
(By Hervey Sharp) For WinterAt zero temperatures and GO.mile. : high, geodetic windswept traverse Trans over the curry powder, and coffee<<:
Green lawns -Antretic
money and maidens an-hour winds. AH stations are Mountains and I
'have one thing In com Antarctic cut off from the outside world mapped 100,000
mon-all have SpotAs i square miles of Antarctica. TV SERVICEALL
eye appeal. except by radio throughout the I
With average luck and hard the United States basks in! long winter's night. [ Three turbine powered helicopters I

work many gardeners enjoy all summer sunshine, 311 Americans Nearly 4,000 made the first 'copter MAKES
three. But Jf your Is at the bottom men using 10 landings on the South Pole. Agent For
spouse an of the world ships and 28 aircraft
auditor, it is safer Ito Invest in are enduring blizzards, subzero in the part Rockets shot weekly from Me- I'
completed RCA
sum Murdo &
lawns. cold, and a four.month.long mer research season. Scientists I Station revealed air PHILCO
temperatures and wind
ju, ix you have grass u plant, night. took home 13 tons of__ n rtwv\rria_____ 40 miles above the ice-covered profiles I TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
do it now as summer Is the The Navy men and scientists and specimens for analysis after I continent. AND INSTALLED
ideal time to initiate a green constitute the winter left surveying rock
And a University of Wisconsin TUBES TESTED FREE
outdoor carpet. AJso, in Antarctica this making
summer season for the aerial maps, examining
ornithologist found
rains and warm temperaures United States Antarctic Research marine and Insect life, and Adelie that the
penguin walks
promote rapid growth. Program of the National Science studying the general effects of: line when returning hundreds a straight TV BobFLAGLER
Start of
the lawn by either Foundation the
sod, and its 5,000,000
support arm, square mile icebox I J miles across the featureless
plug or seed. Sod is the imme the Navy's Operation Deep on the world's weather. plateau of inland ice I j BEACH
diate to
L.uu... COStS__answer_L more to than__a: ground other meth.cover, Freezel Snow-covered! There were many highlights: its rookery. Dr. John T. Emlen, PHONE HE 9.2204Community

Antarctica, once Ten University of Minnesota I'' Jr. believes the penguins use the ,
ods.Plugs as inaccessible as the moon, is scientists discovered
mountainsof sun as a navigational aid with
take only a fraction of an increasingly I
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laboratory pure while Ian
mable added
some assist from
grass as an "in f
compared with
sod. the world's j
Sprigging scientists, the cases polished to a high gloss ternal clock."
takes even less National
grass Geographic
and is quite Society an. by blowing snow and Ice-In Memorial
economical Churchlaterdea.ed..I.aal
on a nounces. the Southern
do-it-yourself budget. Winter Heritage Range of OPTICAL ILLUSION BRIDGE
-lonq Work the Ellsworth ,
Seed Is rarely used for Mountains. Ii An optical Illusion discourages I
except During the April through Sep Warm Water Lake sightseers ; AIR CONDITIONED
bermuda from I
carpet, bahla or rye tember polar winter 'I drlvincr at a
naval Studies '
technicians on Lake Vanda in the snail's :I Dayton AY*.
grass. pace over San Francisco's I
Bermuda, St. Augustine, centipede equipment repair and vehicles and overhaul hard. ice-covered Wright Valley revealed that the I' Golden Gate Bridge. At less FLAGLER BEACH

and carpet are spriggedon used during the busy warm lake with curiously | than 35 miles an hour, the metal Sunday School 10:00 A. M
8 to 12 inch centers. Slower season. summer foot bottom 80-degree water at its 200-1'I I pales ,below the guardrail block Church Service 11:00 A. M

growing zoysiagrass should be Scientists at five year-round by thermal is probably heated i I; the view. Proper speed<<: gives i I n. w. DICKERT, r toiHVKItYONR
activity below
sprigged on 4 to 6 inch centers, research stations will study au-1/I lake floor. the 1 motorists an uninterrupted pan WELCOME J
according to orama.
University of FlorIda .roras and continue -
observations 1 IoJ
| Four 1. to
Experiment geologists from Ohio
Stations turf in
workers.If upper atmosphere physics,I State University, (traveling i
meterolgy, and :
you decide to motor toboggan, located PETERSON TEXACO
seed the area, Byrd Station, 600 miles theworld's I SIKKIM'S EXPORT :
sow 2 to 3 / southermost SERVICE
pounds of volcano and Cardamom
carpet or from the South Pole is the principal '
bahla seed per 1,000 square feet I I are living in buildings erected men ,I rock outcroppings. export crop of Slkklm! the tiny ROAD SERVICE
of Topographic I
area. engineers of the Himalayan I' Light Mechanical
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tunnels 30 feet be- :U. S. of
Plug-set grass an even sprig. I ----- ------ - --- --- Geological Survey used I the forest plant of the ginger Phone 437.3441 Stimuli
ged rows tend to turf up. Frequent 1.Jt..!! !
mowings and generous bimonthly t

applications of nitrogenrich When

fertilizer will cause the climbing counts.. lines! It's the South's most popular
family of
grass to level out. ,
STANDARD' gasolines-Chwn Extra, Crown, Economy ,
Keeping the soil moist In between J STANDS OUT each famous for long-running mileage Crown de.
aid the grass to grow ,
at top speed and cover the yard Is your engine talking back-with: wasteful Whatever performance, top power at!its-price.
in one growing season. knock, needless stop-and-stall? Make it your car needs, there's a Standard

I Lawns may be watered any with power I Fill up with the fuels custom-made pur-r-r gasoline ard that's just right.So stop at the Stand..
for sign, where we take better
times of day during summer go-go-go Dixie driving-today's Standard care of your car.
The main thing is !to water STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

lawns carefully and avoid pud .
dling. Where puddles of water i

gather, the grass is likely to be
scalded by sun.heated water. '
ActivitiesIf I' A fI
poinsettias are getting leggy ;I A n

you'd better pinch them j N
back. To get low, bushy plants'
with more blossoms for Thanksgiving I I \

and Christmas decora
tions, keep the poinsettia plants L 4a

pinched back until mid-August. j
The spring flush of hibiscus Is

about half-opened by now and I

will make excellent tip cuttings ; ": .,
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ornamental.The A "
cutting should root in
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Hold the fertilizer from roses
if they have been well fertilized '{ 1

earlier. Roses like a rest about 4 A4r < flI I<

now and about all you can do
now is to keep the water flowing

plus preventing an attack from
insects and diseases.

Being stingy wth the fertilizer
now will .-
give you more rose

blooms of better quality during ,
the fall and winter.

Now Is a good time to expandthe 1. H "
daiylily collection. Lift the Y" 6

heavy daylily clumps, shake off
the dirt and you can see that
the clumps will divide Into
smaller units.

Have your new bed ready for SS
the lilies. Plant the small clumps

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day is approaching on
Several islands
Nauru, whose 2,800 people must were reFt
before the Nauruans decided oh
soort leave their lonely Pacific
island near the Equator for a Curtis, Just off the coast ol "Your Friendly Co-op Store
Queensland between the FitzroyRiver
new home off the Australian
coast and; the port city qf Glad 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
Behind them, Nauruans will
Curtis Island about
comprises "
leave an impoverished, pockmarked
180 miles with QUANTITY RIGHTS
square compared
palm fringed little
speck, once called the richest Nauru's 8.2 square miles. The RESERVED '
island in the South Seas. The climate is pleasanter: Nauru Is
Just 34.5 miles south of the
wealth came from Nauru's phos I ti
Equator, while Curtis is 'ron the L LTHROUGH
phate deposits which have
Tropic of There is
helped fertilize millions of farm I' a a
acres in Great Britain, Austra port, and the sheltered waters PRICES GOOD ; r
between the Island and theI
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I mainland will provide easy fish-
Intensive mining has almost
exhausted | Ing. THURS., FRI.[ SAT.,
the the
phosphate, i U.N. Trust Territory I 0 O

National Geographic Society Discovered in 1798, Nauru first July 25.26-27

says. Nauruans, who flourished was named Pleasant Island. It
under /the mining boom, will I
was annexed by Germany in FLAVOR AGED CHUCK FLAVOR AGED CHUCKRoast
not be able to make a living 1888
occupied by Australia in
once the mineral is gone. They I 1914 mandated
and to the
have been thinking of migratingfor United Kingdom, Australia, and STEAK Lb. 49"FLAVOR <
a decade. I
New Zeland by the League of
Shunned Mainland I I Nations In 1919. By consent of

When talk of a move began, 'I the three Commonwealth na I AGED FAMILYSTEAK
the :Australian Government of. tions, Nauru was administered
fered to bring the Nauruans I i by the Australians, first under u
from their isle west of the Gil the League and now under the 5.BACON (
berts across Melanesia to the United Nations.

Australian mainland. But Nau | Phosphate mining began In 430
ruans, proud of (their culture, I 1906. Because Nauru has no Lb. Thriftway Sliced

langauge, and traditions, feared deep water port, huge cantilevers u
they would lose their identity
were constructed to extend 55QWORLD'S
on a vast continent and sought,
over the surrounding coral reef.
instead? another Island. of their Conveyors carry the phosphate \ .

own. directly to the anchored vessels.To BEST Fresh
The Nauruans specified that ?

the neW Island must meet certain a fertilizer render ,phosphate it must be useful treated as GROOM 99 u. '

,requirements fertile soil, :and pleasant sheltered climate with superphosphate.sulphuric acid. The resultis 5 $$1 SHRIMP| 89

fishing waters with a deep-sea' The British, Phosphate Com BEEF Lbs FRESH

fishing port missioners, who control mining -'

operations, pay both leases and Lk Ob

CEIir .fftarjlrr( QlrtbmirBUNIVISLL. ruans royalties on to whose the individual land the phosphate Nau Plus 50 Free T V Stamps Mullet W $1 i

FLORIDA Is mined. A royalty trust
fund and a long-term invest

ment fund have been established KRAFTMAYONNAISE HENDERSON'S I
Your Favorite DetergentTIDE
MRS. )L B. FULLER. Editor '
for the resettlement of the

community off Australia
Dealoated Official Publication SUGAR
The move to Curtis Island Is
( os for Public Netlcea 01 FlasrlerCoaiitr expected in about tve.years'4!,? Although ) .
Municipalities tkercla the exact status of theisland's Quart 5Lfe. Large
and the atat..1 FUrlda -
government has not 38' 58" ii
been negotiated, it is expectedthat Jar lag Size
Entered a* second class matter
Nauruans will have con-
February I, 1911, at the postofflce siderable autonomy without full
at Bunnell, Florida, under act of independence. Save 23c Save 21c Save 16c

March t, 1876.

One year ..........._....._..$2.60 Subscribe for The FlagW Ttlbun* Limit One Each of the Above Three With $5.00 or More Food OrderFresh

Six months ..-..-.__._...11.2b $2.50 A, Year ID Advance

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 297.12, Florida Statutes' 1841as I
amended by Section 8 of Chapter 22.839, Laws of Florida Acts 1U45
notice I. hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the Sara Lee Crispy
County Board of Public Instruction of 'lagler Count, Florida, on Au.. it
guilt L,1963 at the hour of 9:00: A. M. In the office of County duper.lntendent LETruCEhd 1ge
In Bunnell Florida for school of discussing with the POUND CAKE 69C i
Citizens of the County the proposed budget of said ff6hf
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1963 and ending June 80, Each U. S. No. 1 Elberta
budget t. summarized : .

L 'A. Balances All accounts on hand............beginning.........,..-.......of._....year....._........._..................... ".JOB.OO Winter Garden .f 25c

B. Anticipated 1. State & Federal Receipts ....................... ......-........-............._........ 301.4( TOO( FRUIT ... SeedlessGRAPES
2.3.: County District General Current Taxes Taxes :::::::::::::::::::..::::::::-_::::::::::::.: "78.:400 00.00:nn PIES I 3 For f )- 'lb.
4. Other Local Sources,_............-....._...._.._..._. ............. 44,880.00 29c
$. Remittance from other counties ..___..-.................. 800.00 APPLECHERRYPEACH'I ,

''TOTAL .........._..._.._..__...__..._..................- 603.107.00

Cr Proposed 1. Administration Expenditures.............._._.__.._' ...,.................-_.... 28 223.00 CLOROX Campbell's Tomato
1 2.: nof..H t..._..::=:=:::::=:::::::::::::::::::: I UUg,::; : 18 Oz. 25 FREE '25
3. Operation JUICE
4. Maintenance of Plant? .................__.._._.................... 14.871.00II. 1Gal.. Can
Transportation, Food Services, & Health ................ 27.0311.UO 49 e
6. Fixed charges . ... .. ._ 10.760.00 For TOP VALUE STAMPS
8 7.: Junior Capital College Outlay ":::::::::.:=__..?::..==::: -':::::::::::::::: 4,863.00 8,760.00: Save 22c -Limit One 2 1ge With
e.; Remittance to other County (Transportation ETV) 1.182.eO purchase of

it 10.! Transfer Reserves to.."inieresT'risinTiIt. ; i"-:::: ==::::::::::::::: U:31:3:: : Thrifty 18 .Oz." Two Cut-Up
Transfer. to Bond Construction. (Matching) ............ 7000.00 Sunlite 303 Can Strawberry iLt % FryerTOMATOES *

GRANti-TO'TAL BXPED1TURK8 & TRANSFERS ..._.................840.412.00 PRESERVES VC Coupon void after 7-27-63
.I ING-COUNTY WIDE .............. ..___..._.......... 12.00
A.B. AnUcl Balance ated'Receipts".r........_......-...._._._...__............ 28,408.00 For $TOO Southern 2 / Can

TOTAL ...._.___.......___...._........_ :',420.00c. 8 50 FREE
Expenditures Y Ssal.
Proposed 1. Bonds .........?..... ....._........_____.......i.n ......_....... 11.000.00 1ge
......._ 10,332.00<
Interest TOP VALUE
2.2.: Service Charges. .. ,..:::: ::::::::: :=.::::==::::::::: 91.09 Niblets. W. K. WhitfielcJ Fresh Kosher STAMPS

.I. j TOTAL .................:..._._.._._......._......___-..... 2M20.00 Ea. DILL of

AI Anticipated 1. Receipts ._ .__....... $$<.M Bulbs
2. Transfer fromnBupli nlk'Mal'ntenance'T.._.........
;1 State Matching ...._..__. _...._....... 4,000.0TOTAL WE NOW HAVE BETTER PARKING FACILITIES Coupon void after 7-27-63

......-..-........._.._M.r, ..._....................... 14.114.09 , FOR OUR CUSTOMERS. _

B. 1 Proposed. New Buildings t.._.._*.... ........._ .."_'- .... ...... 14l.4.0' DooOOEOOOooef IftIll Ita-II\I'I!
Complete details on each separate part of the budget summarizad
above are on Ale and available for publle Inspection at the office of the 25 FREE 25 FREE 50 FREE
Count' Superintendent of Public Instruction at ?lI'alrl and
will also be available for public hearing together supporting
All interested persons are cordially invited to participate In this
public hearing and to discuss the school program and budget for theiTHE
ensuing year. With purchase of With; purchase of With purchase of

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $2.00 Worth of Everfresh Twin Pack $5.00 or More

. 'FLAOLER I+COUNTY'. TUCKER FLORIDARAYMON Chairman Fresh Produce Potato Chip Food Order

ATTEST.zhOLLAND. Superintendent and Ex-Offlclo Secretaryt I Coupon void after 7-27-63 w Coupon void after 7-27-63 Coupon void after 7-27-63
the Board of Public Instruction. Flagler County, Florida
July 26-Itc

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GAMES PARTY JULY 311t I The Men's Club will be host
I I tonight at fish at 6:30 in .
I a fry - -
The Dividend Team of the
the Woman's Club building and 7
.,lagjer Woman's Club will holda ; ; .
the district mens meeting will'
ladles dessert-games party on I
follow the dinner at the church
Wednesday, July 31, from 1 to building. PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
4 P.M. at the Harold Massie
JULY 25-26-27 1963 RESERVED
Church School time is at 9:45: ,
residence, 1820 South Central
A.M. each Sunday and
Ave., Flagler Beach.
hour i sat 11 o'clock with Rev.R. .
An exciting afternoon is N. Hoover, minister. The GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF GRADE "A" WESTERN

planned with prizes for every church school will render special CHUCK ROUND BONE
game and door prizes. Dessert
music the

will For be reservations served upon or arrival.information hour. during worship Roast Lb. 49 Roast Lb. 59

for tickets please call any BAPTIST CHURCH
of the following hostesses for
Sunday School is at 9:45 A.M.
this event Mrs. Harold Massie,
: and worship hour is at 11 o'
Mrs. Ben Clay, Mrs. Jasper clock with JRev. Atlee Stevens, JUICY-TENDER
Palm River
White or-Mrs. Philip Kester.; No
pastor. Training Union is at 6:45
tickets will be sold atthe door, CHUCK SLICED
P.M.: and evening worship houris
so please get your reservationsIn '

This early.Is a Flagler Woman's at 7:45. STEAK Lb. 59< BACON Lb. 55'Copeland's

Club project for their summer BOOKS ARE MY DISH
"Dollar Dividends" and the proceeds By I la Kester
i will go toward paying off Have you ever had a dream Pure Pork-Hot or Mild Copeland's Tender Smoked
the clubhouse mortgage. Members come true? We have. So many

vited, guests to' attend.and friends are In. ed wonderful to us.Only through. things your have book happen.contributions Sausage 11,,'. 49* PICNICS Lb. 39Each *

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas encouragement and
I I and Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Massie sincere Interest has it been possible Sliced Free

from Springfield, Ohio, visited to establish a library in
I with Mr. and Mrs. Syd Weksler the: Flagler Woman's Club with MAXWELL HOUSE SHORTENING HENDERSON'S or
over the weekend. hundreds of books and maga HERSHEY'S
:, tines available at no cost 'to,the

I Eula' Lee Moody is visiting in reader Open Thursdays 1.4:30). COFFEE CRISCO
You will be cordially welcomed
I San Mateo with her aunt, Mrs. SUGAR
one or more mem-
Mary Louie Fleetwood and family -
bees of the new library board:
this week.
i lirst Mrs.,Gilbert and Miss Frank Dorothy, Mrs. R.Hoe K. Lfc. 3 Lb. 59 5 Lb. <
John 11. Weksler visited for 49 59Limit
mans or probably by all of us. Can
two weeks with his parents, Mr. lag
Our big, beautiful bookcases
and Mrs. Syd .Weksler at Flag-
have arrived-thanks!to the Recreation One With $5.00 Limit One With $5.00 Limit
ler Beach. He Is stationed at One With $5.00or
Quonset Point, R. I. and on the Advisory Board, the commissioners More Food Order or More Food Order or More Food Order
and of
U.S. Aircraft Carrier Essex. mayors Flag.
ler Beach and Bunnell, our
county commissioners and to 21,12 Can Shur Fresh 21/2 Can Royal Purple

CARD OF THANKS Rep. William Wadsworth, for
Mrs.. Marie Michael and family telling us many months ago Peaches *' $1 PLUMS 4 For
wish to thank their many that funds might be availableIf $100Size 1
friends for the calls, cards, flowers our library was considered a
and words of encouragement worthy project. They did and We
during her Illness, and to ex are truly grateful. 300-23 Oz. Squat Cans 303 Delmonte Early Garden
press their appreciation to the
Southern Gem
The Elmer Golien's contribution
nurses and doctors for their excellent *i
of children's books in SWEET
care while in the hospital.
great.demand. Now through the wKraft's $100

i i kindness will have of a Principal generous Fennellwe supplyof POTATOES 5 For $| 00 -

COMMUNITY CHURCH additional childrens bookson
Sunday School is at 9:45 A.M. loan from the Flagler Beach
with classes for all ages. At the school library during the sum
11 o'clock worship hour Rev. R. mer. Wel'll return the books in 14 Oz. Snyder'sCatsup WHIPTETLEY'S Quirt 39
W. Dickert will speak on "Divine the fall but, Mr. Fennell, we
Obligation Lost in Privilege." hate to give up the children. For
,. 2 29 Limit One Please

12 Oz. Luncheon Meat

iOU WONT aM,, Tea C4 Al. A

"; YOUR BEIKVE EYES PREM 2F" 89* Bags "* 59

( i Northern Snow White
6 Oz. Sealdsweet Frozen

LEMONADE 8 For $, oo TISSUE 6 Roes For 49

J The magician who knows what Is Happening on the local B Limit Six Please

hit thousand business of watching can convince scene. PRODUCE BARGAINSFIRM ..........................................,.
people The products and services f.
that the hand Is Indeed offered by local merchantsare Q EXTRA 50
quicker than the
eye. outstanding. Yet some Jr FREE
Rut In reality, the magI. folks, who have been distracted HEAD LETTUCE 2 For 39 S & H GREEN STAMPS
cian's stock in trade Is dis somewhere along the e With this coupon and your

traction. He captures your line, still feel they must look I Lb,. purchase of 3 packages;
attention with one hand while elsewhere for what they 2 3ge HERMAN'S
setting the stage for a big need. Chipped Beef, Ham or

surprise with the other hand. Look first In local stores. LARGE FANCY TurkeyCELERY

All this just reminds us that They offer quality merchan- Stalks I For 39c Package
Z Mix or Match
there are a few folks In the dise and service. No tricks, 1ge

community who haven't really no gimmicks-{fust top value .......... ... ....................."... '........... .............4 WLYtiV Expires Sat:July 27, 1963
been keeping their eyes on for every dollar you spend. .. .. ....It
100 frS 100 100 Extra S
Free too SO Efu'Tt 50


Y Trade at Hone f t OMAjly !! With this coupon and :With this coupon and your 5 s & H GREEN; STAMPS

11, : re9ttss your purchase of One Purchase of One 1 Gal. S With this coupon and
t Deluxe Wekco Sponge Thermos Jug, $2.69 '! Your Purchase of $5.00

'.- I Mop $2.95 With Spigot, $3.89 !; or Mon Meat Order
Expires Sat.,July 27,1963 ;Expires Sat.,July 27, 1963 Expires '
S a L,July I 27, 1 963. I';


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Thursday, July 25. 1963

stolidly Ignores this splended turalist has said. gardens, and private estates.

performance and continues to I Royal Garden Birds The bird are sometime a liability
peck away at insects. Undaunted for they have
the peacock continues to The Phoenicians probably introduced
to fly the the
spread his fan and rustle. In the peacock to the,
JLOCAL S$ captivity, the peacock often displays Western World. Egyptian pharaohs noisy.season and are noisy, very

when no hens are around, and kings in Asia Minor
thus earning a reputation for kept the colorful birds in their At night the biro emits a
vanity.If royal gardens. piercing shriek that suggests'awoman's

Sammie Whitaker |BPW Club Members\ I Aristotle( described peacocksas cry for help. A Michigan
Honored With shown a mirror, a captive man whose peacocks serve
i having the "feathers of an
Enjoy Splash peacock may spend hours as watchdogs describes their
angel, the voice
Shower of the devil,
TuesdayMiss I Party Thursday in front of it, but operts: ; and the entrails of a thief." wall as a cross between the

Sammie Whitaker whose Mrs. Mildred disagree as to why. The bird Peacock trumpeting of a wounded elephant
Kahlert and Mrs. tongues and brains were
marriage to Louis Friedman will Bea Meadows were hostsses to may be overcome with self served as delicacies at Roman and a fire siren with a

be an event of August 2nd, was members of the Flagler Businessand I admiration curiosity. In Indiana orgies. The body meat, however, cold.

honored with a miscellaneous Professional Woman's Clubat a peacock that saw its is tough and dry. When the turkey

shower Tuesday evening at the the Mll Ton Motel Thursday reflection in a shiny new car was introduced from the O. F. ALTOHD
Marvin Strickland home. Hostesses evening. pecked and clawed at the imaginary New World, peacocks disappeared Registered

for the occasion were Mrs. Following a 'short business rival. Only the car sut.i from European banquet ta >

Strickland, Mrs. Phyllis Hirschl, meeting and planning session i fered. bles. Real Estate Brokers

Mrs. Mary Jane Metts., and Mrs. for the District Conference next The peafowl (povo crlstatui) These days peacock serve as 'r Florida
Nana Hllsenbeck. I weekend, swimming was en- is a native of southern India lawn ornaments for zoos, public I

Contests were and prizes features were of won entertainment I'I Joyed.The hostesses served tasty re regard and Ceylon it as, where sacred.some The people peacock - -.-..-...-.-...-...-..-..-......................................................................

by Mrs. ,Elinore Pinner, Mrs. freshments to those present, recently was chosen the FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHTpHONEVA1ey4)625.1

Wanda Mercer. I national bird of India, edgingout

A pastel color theme was carried Andy Yelvington was a business the bustard, kite, and swan. AMBULANCE
out in the floral visitor in Miami three days i
and arrangements last week. The green peacock (Paro mu | )
refreshment table SERVICE
ticus). an Inhabitant of Burma.

decorations. Mrs. Lottie Stone of Water. Indochina, Malaya, and Java, ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. bury, Conn., arrived this week is even more richly colored than Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

C. B. Eisenbach Sunday were Mr. for a visit with Miss Lucille the Indian species and one of are always at your nervice with promptness, safety and
Walker. the most beautiful of all
and Mrs. Oscar Baldwin Miss Stone Is a former I birds. experience ,
children and resident of Bunnell and is the I But it has a bad temper and
Lloyd and Grant
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Martin and daughter of former residents Mr. on slight provocation attacks Equipped With Oxygen Resusttator and Inhalator
and Mrs. Mike Stone. other birds- *nd people.In .
son Jim of ,
wins Melrose. The Bald the Jungle, peafowls are Garcia Funeral HOlneLp.
are former residents of .
Miss "as sinuous as a snake
Green has as s
Bunnell.agriculture He teacher was the here.vocational I home after undergoing stealthy as a cat, and as wary : E. CARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director [j'

I minor surgery at the Halifax as an old bull bison," one na I I II LADY ASSISTANT '

Mrs. T. K. McKnight returned, Hospital in Daytona Beach. .I -, 1 {'..,..J"....J"......... :.. .-.:: .!" ..,,'...V........"....J".Y. ,
I -
home 'during the past weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clegg and
after spending three weeks in
children of '.'
Smyrna Beach
Cape Cod; Mass., with her son
are visiting here with the Clegg r
and daughter In law, Lt. and
Strickland ,
families. Mrs.
Mrs. Charles McKnight.
Clegg is the former Odell Strick

Arthur Carle arrived home land.

Saturday for a two weeks leave ,
Mrs. Robert Revels visited in
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Valdosta, Ga., Sunday through ,
Ray Carle. He Is an aviation i
cadet lathe Tuesday with relatives. She was ( ,
Navy Airforce.
accompanied there by her moth. .;r' "
er, Mrs. Baxter Sutton, who had
Mrs. Marie .West underwent spent the past month -/it'!!
surgery,at the local visiting .\ /,4
hospital last here with the Revels'family.. ;-, : :
week. is
the reported as im ,
proving. J
Mrs. Don Deal and two children ."4. .. ;: .
of Miami are here visiting
Robert Moody, III, returned' with her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Har-
home during the weekend after I'
gett and family, and her two i
spending the past 19 months in brothers, Marcus and Marvin ,
Korea with the U. S.
Army. Strickland families. She Is also 1 ,
After a furlough here with his
spending some time with her ,
family he will be stationed at mother, Mrs. Sadie Strickland,
Governor's Island, N. Y. of Ormond Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. I
have returned to their home [.
and Mrs. David Nilsenbeck ''r r r r'
here after a vacation in Nashville of Bunnell a J
are the parentsof
] Tenn.
a seven pound two ounce

daughter born July 13 at the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arney and Holly Hill Hospital. She has

son David and neice, Linda I been given the name of Anita
Smith of EHzabethton, Tenn., Joy.

were weekend guests of Mr. and J a--

Mrs. T E. Holden. E .,
m a.r.ar.ca
'Proud' Peacock _
Sara Paige Long of Green Cove

Springs is visiting here with her Struts BecauseHe's f'
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

John McKenzie.L. ClumsyThe

H. Drady returned home peacock is not really as

Saturday after a week In Columbus proud as he seems. The magnlflicent -

Ga., on a business and bird Is-sad to say-

pleasure trip. clumsy. What appears to be

strutting actually Is an effortto Far Apart ?
Mrs. Effie Holland of Vero keep from tripping- over his
Beach spent Tuesday here visiting big feet. /

with friends and relatives. The peacock's stiff legged Be Together in Seconds

swagger also results from its
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hannah having to balance a small body ,

and sons, Tommy and James, and a large train, the National with Long DistanceIsn't
left Monday for a vacation in I Geographic Society says. The .
Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee brilliant train may stretch six ;
While in Tennessee they feet / .. ,0.t

will visit with their daughter The blue and Iridescent
it nice
a feeling to know that
and family who have Just re- plumes are not tall feathers but I : you are, home's

turned from Germany where her coverts. The actual tail feathers, just a hello away? With Long Distance you're close around
husband was assigned with the are plain, short and stiff
U. S. Army. enough to support the plumage. the clock.I To check on things, exchange news, send love, 'just

Colorful Mating Ritual ,
Mrs. Ruth Watkins had as her The peacock unfurls his spectacular chat. Being away's better when you know the miles don't matter.

guests Tuesday her son and fan to Impress the rath, ,

daughter in law, Rev. and Mrs. er drab peahen in the mating .
L. E. Watkins and son Charlesof season. The bird drops hlsj' : i<) ;,,(. '
wings, elevates his train dances \ r'
McClenny. They were en L'
route 'to. Tampa to visit with forward and backward, and vibrates Southern (Jb Bell
their other son David, who Is the feathers. The quivering

employed there. Rev. Watkins I plumes rustle and their metallic , -( wflt9l111J 1 t ,.

Is a former pastor of the Bun [I colors shimmer.

nell Methodist Church i As often as not, the peahen w

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Thursday, July 25, 1963

Gas Tax Refund The ocean's version of a waterfall Subscribe ta Th Flagler Tribune r $KOTIO\ A -

SPORTS is a sandfall, formed AIU-UTI-.JMfINT: ) FOIl 1IIIJ
NO. 0II2-A
For Farm Use when currents push sand down $2.50 A Year :a AJrance titled'Bids will be received at

the of the City Clerk
the steep sides of underwater IN THE ('''WIIT tOIKT OK Hall 01 Of Flakier Beach, Florida -
'NOTES. canyons. KI.AOI.KIt <'OIM'l', FLORIDA 2::00 P M, K 8 T., on
Deadline Sept. 30 IN CIIA'VtKlll. 4701 ( 9, WJ, at Which time
THOMAS A and plJb
HENNB88EYPlaintiff all Bids received will
C'OI'nT, be publicly
Farmers may collect 4 cents IV I A\l FOR ........LFR: ('OUN' for the furnishing opened 01na11 read labor,aloud I

FIRST GAME on every gallon of gasoline purchased In'I"ii' e:FLORIDA.Estate of I'ROIIATK J\O. KATHi.EENs.A. HENNESSEY Defendant I for the, equipment and apparatus materials
during the past 12 I \LTER BANKOWSKI, NOTICE TO UtFHNU I j lowing: of the fol
months for agricultural purposes CITATION I KATHLEEN A IENNFlSEYco Approximately feet of S-lnch 85.000 linear

Cecil Westbrook, fastball art if they file for a federal The State of Florida to CAS1MEK Hammonton New Jersey State Hospital Iron pipe, together to 14-Inch with valves cast,
BANKOWSKI. whose residence and (Ancora), New fittings
ist, had his fastball workingand gasoline tax refund before September I address la 197 Dlckerson Street, Jersey vice lines hydrants, meters., building and nth.ser..
Newark, New Jersey und BKOIS- You are hereby notified that accessoiles '
held Seville to five hits and 30. LAW HENRY BANKOWSKI. a necessary for water
whose suit has been filed against you In transmission and distribution
beat them 9 to 5 in the firstgame Roger P. Hill, assistant econ residence and address In State Colony the above entitled cause; and you system extensions
Woodbine, New Jersey, and are hereby required to file answer Any Bid received
your after
of the two out of three mis' with the Agricultural Ex. I all other person concerned: with the Clerk of this Court, and date specified' shall not the be time

game series for the city chars I tension Service, cautions farmers I petition You are has hereby been filed notified In said that court a the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff copy thereof'* upon awarded. for One all Contract work. will considered be

pl nshlp. not to let the deadline slip i,I dower praying for the assignment of whose name and address r.\torney.I Each Did must be accompanied
I on behalf of JAIUVIQA RAY SELDEN by a certified
Cecil had one double and two upon them. HANKOWSKI widow of Walter Selden: Building for an amount check not less or than bid bond five

'singles for the nIght. Jimm gasoline Used in the I hereby liankowskl. Deceased and you are Daytona Beach Floridanot per cent (5%) of the total amount
yproduction I required to Ale your written later than August 27, A D. 1963. bid as guarantee that the
{Ward had a home run for th ; of agricultural or lifter defense the thereto within forty day If you fall to do BO, decree pro will not withdraw from the competition
first .
publication confesso
or postIng entered aM'aln.tou after the
Merchants. The second gamewill horticultural commodities Including hereof Should you fall therein for the relief demanded In the and If awarded the opening Contract of Bids

be played Wednesday and I trees may be claimed course, decree will be entered In due bill of confplalnt. The nature of will within ten (10) consecutive he
upon said petition said suit being for divorce days after written
",,J| the series goes to three, games for the tax refund," Hill said of WITNESS said Court my hand and the seal WITNESS: my hand and seal of of the award, enter notice Into a be written given

,, It will be played Thursday the word "agricultural" includes County, florid I at, this Bunnell 23rd, Plagler day of said A D. Court 1963.Wthdal this 23rd day of July Beach contract Florida with the In City of Flagler

"night. stock, dairy, poultry] fruit, fur- July, T.A, I K.). 1963 Seal: ) E. A. SMYTHE! the accepted Bid accordance with
KNIOHT, Clerk of The
Circuit Court Contract Bond shall be
bearing animals and truck County Judge By Julia U Harvey In an 'amount not less -
July 11 & than
I Aug
farms, orchards, plantations I-S'U-HI! Deputy Clerk one hundred per cent (100%) of
r VFW AUXILIARY WINS 5.4 -- July 23 & Aug. I-S-15-41e the Contract Dr'ra.
ranches, nurseries, and IN TIIH COUNTY JUDGES'!* COURT .- All work -shall-'be
ranges done
IV AM FOR FloAG...<:n ('OUNTY. IN T'''': CIRCUIT COURT OP Till with the Plans in accordance -
IN I'HOHAin !HIJtKM'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, fications, which may be
IN RE I examined
,Pat Coffman out pitched Lisa said that the claim may EDWARD A.R. PAYNTAR. also I.M.I.Kit COUNTY 1 AND% CIIAtCo FOIL of Flagler office Beach of the City Florida Clerk, City

Tllton in a well played game ,be filed by the owner, tenantor I deceased known as Abraham -R I'a)ntar, I MICHAEL UlY: NO., L 40U7I JOHNSON. B the Smith office Engineers of the Engineer or David at
5..f1n seven innings to give the operator of a farm who purchased t The State of CITATION Plaintiff, University Avenue, Gainesville, 716 East,
Florida to all beneficiaries Florida.
Aux. one game of the playoff. the gasoline. If a tenant of the estate of Edward- Catherine E.Johnson, may be obtained A set of from such documents

Both teams played one of their and owner share cost of gaso A, K Pnyntar U. Payntar, also, deceased known a* Abraham Defendant neer at the above address the Engi-at a
(other cost of .
best of the season. Coffman and line, each may claim a refund than' Ellen C Payntar and Helen cost will not be set This
1 Golsao), and all other IN THE NAME OF THE STATE No refunded, .
Tilton both pitched one of their !! on his share (concerned persona OF FLORIDA. Bidder may withdraw his Bid
You TO: Catherine E. Johnson : reratgrl tet.e thirty (30) days
best are! hereby notified
games of the season. Both that a 1822 Buffalo toad for the open
I petition has ing of
been filed Bids
In said
teams will meet Friday night Court praying for a determination F Drive, Apartment No.1 Bids shall' be submitted In
I Erie Pennsylvania
triplicate -
in their second game. A win I Searching for precise nomenclature -'ot or the devisees beneficiaries of the estate heirs, legatees of Edward YOU ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED as a part on the of the Bid Specifications Form furnished
a suit In
for the Restaurant will put both I I ornithologists have devised A. R. R.Payntar also known brought against I equity you by has Michael been contingent The award of this Contract la

teams to meet Tuesday colorful rhb"t than m Payntar, deceased L. Johnson in the Circuit Court of $650 upon the proponed sale
night. many bird names. Ellen. Payntar and of the Seventh Judicial I Circuit of .000 of general obligation

;Thursday night games will Among birds listed by the National I by Helen required P, CJolsan to file, and your you written are here-de and Florida, In and for Flagler County, therefrom bonds and the receipt of moneys

,find the Citizens Bank fenses thereto within lOn are hereby summoned, or The City reserves
meetingthe Geographic Society are I days after the first forty (40) required to file your reject the right to
publication any and all .
First Methodist Church team the great racket-talide drongo, posting hereof, Should you fall or complaint written answer filed herein or defense against to the Informalities and to Bids re-advertise to waive.

Game time is 7 P. M. yellow-bellied wax bill, black. I due therein course decree upon will said be entered In In the above entitled cause In you the CITY KLAOLER OF FLAG .ER BEACH
I petition. oftlce jot the Clerk of BEACH. FLORIDA
the Circuit
Winner of this series will play spotted bar;-eye, whiskered WITNESS my hand and Real of Court In and for Flagler County Published:

the winner of 'the Aux. and Res. bulbul browed I said Court at Bunnell, Flagler I Florida, at his office in the Court July 25, Aug. 1: 1963.SECTION .
momot, County Florida this 9th day of House In Bunnell, Florida. on or
{taurant series for the Ponytall rufous-browed pepper shrike, t 1L\963'T.\ oerore August 21, 1963, and to ADYERTiSIaIEvfT ArilOJKCT
K MCKNIGHT serVe a copy of such answer FOR IIIIC!
championship of the city. and blue faced booby. I Count Judge.. defense upon John E. Chlsholm or Sealed NO. 6II2-B
July 11-18-25 & I bids will be
-4to Plaintiff's attorney herein, whose the received at
m+,leasar.t\"'w _. --- address is Suite 310, Bank Building Hall I.office City of of the City Clerk City
Beach, Florida Klagler Beach Florida
and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro, until. 2iOO P, M. E. 8:T.. on
August 2* .
cedure If you fall to do so, a decree place all 1963. at which time and
pro confesso will be entered received will be pub-
U for the relief demand. the opened and read aloud ,for
furnishing of all
complaint.The labor materials -
DON''T equipment, and
HEAT-BEAT" name of the court in which for the construction of the apparatus
; f OUGH this suit has been Instituted Is the : following
Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju Water Supply Wells,
THE dicial
Circuit, Flagler County, Equipment and Water Treatment
Florida, and the abbreviated title Plant having
a nominal
of this cause ,is Johnson v. John of one million capacity
w 1LONG $ .on. per day. .
UMER! Any bid received after the
It is hereby ordered time
that this and date
order and notice shall be published One lfll'go lcrotw b rl considered
once a week for four consecutive awarded for all work be
weeks In The Flagler Tribune a Each bid must be
newspaper published in Bunnell hy a certified check accompanied
Flagler County, Florida, and have for an amount not less or than bid bond
I ing a general circulation in FlagWITNEls net cent (&%) of the total amount five
Florida bid as guarantee that
my hand as Clerk of will not withdraw from the the Bidder

; ', I, 'I ;a., i said County Circuit Florida Court and the of seal Flagler of I and petition if awarded after the the opening Contract of com Bids he
said court at Mill
Bunnell Flagler within ten (10)
County, Florida, on the 16th day days after written
I notice be
of July 1S6J given
(Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I of the award enter Into a written
contract with
.' Clerk Circuit: Court I Beach. Florida In accordance City of Planer
Flagler County, Florida the with
I II JOHN E accepted Bid.
CHISHOLM The Contract
Attorney for Bond shall be
Plaintiff I furnished
Suite 310, Bank Building I than one hundred In an amount not less
New Smyrna Beach per cent (100%)
Florida of the
3 3I price.
F July 18.25 &
Aug. 1-8-4tc All work shall be done in
----- accordance -
IN TilE - - -- with the Plans and Spe
COURT OF cifications.
frLAULKR' 40UNTY, FLORIDA at the office of the rtyb'b examined.
IV City
NO. 464 of
JOHN BkNIMELI Beach Florida, or at
the office of the Engineer.
Plaintiff B Smith Engineers, Inc. 716
v.. East
% LUCILLE M, BENIMELI University Avenue, Gainesville,
Florida A set of such documents
NOTICE Defendant may be' obtained from the Engineer -
TilE STATE DEFEND at the above address at
OF a
TO: cost of 30.00
for each
LUCILLE M BENIMKT.T- will nnt h.. ._'.._AA set ,This
I tae Leghorn costNo - '
Somery lie New Jersey f Bidder may withdraw his Bid
You are hereby notified that frf'ra period teOree\hlf (30) days
i suit has been filed again i the openIng -
the above you in of Bids
entitled cause; and you Bids shall be j
are hereby submitted in
with the kt"orlhr.o'o: answer llcate on the. Bid Form furnished
and to as a part of the Specifications I j
Just dial for cool wilHffaineless the plaintiff or a plaintiff's copy thereof upon contingent The award of this I Contract is
comfort ,
whose name and address tforneY' upon the proposed sale
: of ,

L :!l ELECTRIC Belden Daytona RAY SELDEN' Building Beach Florida therefrom The nJ:6 and City 000, the of : i tlotbl moneys,

not later than August reserves the right to
1963. 20th, A. D. reject any and all Bids, to waive
If you fall to do Informalities and to re-advertise
so decree
I confesso will be entered pro CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH
you for the relief demanded against Flagler Beach, Florida
AIR OONDITIONING bill of complaint. in the Published:
nature of July 25.
said WITNESS suit being for divorce. Aug 1: 1963.

said Court this my. rhdd': : of seal of M+ .TRiG, CIRCUIT COURT 0"-
Why put up with humid "hothouse" indoor __ '(Official Seal h E. A. SMYTHE Peter IN CHANCERY J. NO. 4ttM FLORIDA

weather that frazzles your nerves?With Electric Air Clerk By Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court Evangellsta Plaintiff

Conditioning your whole family will live better, 2 COMFORTS IN 1 July II.ZS Auk. ?- utyClerk to Bruce R. .Harrower.. Evangelists

feel healthier. Keener appetites. Refreshing sleep. year-round electric' IN'7'1iW.COUNTT JUDGR' ,NOTICE TO ,DRFEUTD DieTen'dant.'_
Reduced humidity helps prevent mildew and damp- air conditioning coot TY IV ,AND FLORIDA FOR VLAOLKR IN COUN Bruce STATE R. Harrower OF FLORIDA .TO;

in tummer; warm' IN RE PllOUATE : whose place- Evangelist.
ness. Filtered dust-free air makes housecleaning ESTATE OF of ,
in ELLEN. C. PAYNTAR. deceased Yo postoffice address are unknown.

I easier. Brings priceless comfort for mere pennies&d Iit. p, s "'heState> of CITATION Florid all bentfffelarle the suit; has t been e filed.notified against that you< In a
Tried and proven Electric Air .Conditioning is Payntar* of the estate t Ellen C. are hereby above entitled required cause; and you
deceased (other to

1 the best investment ever. Enjoyed by a half-million ._ j fi persons Helen P concerned. Oolsan), and all other than I and swer to with serve the a Clerk copy, thereof rlbr.o'got:

of your Florida neighbors. See your electric appliance y petition,You ,are has hereby been filed notified in said that Court a the whose plaintiff name or and plalntlf address* attorney Is: upon,

dealer or air conditioning contractor today. praying beneficiaries for,a heirs determination, legatees or of de the I I SAMUEL 110 N. trd V.Street HOLCn

visees of the estate of Ellen C not later-tQJ1X *

Payn Helen tar P., deceased other than lee s .t 12, A. D.
Oolsan. and you are here*
i byr required to file your written de oont.eso fall to entered crN pro
tenses will be-
f Iamesss thereto within forty (40) you for the against
e ttt xo/ f days after the first publication or bill of reletf demanded in the
t . posting hereof Should you fall said complaint The nature of
; .,.Ir'S CHEAPER t00 due therein, decree will be entered In WITNESS' salt 'n/o'a dl orM.
course upon said petition. said Court an seal of
WITNESS my hand and the seal this 8th day of July
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY of said Court at Bunnell, Flagler ( 1I6S. ) r
County Florida, this Ith day of : 5OmCIa1Je
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA t(8r&iiMS: \ K. MCKNIGHT Clerk of said Circuit Court

County Judge. By Julia it Harvey
July 11-1S-35 Aug. 1-4te July .MM AuI' T-4to Clerk



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BACON lb. Ib. 79 STEW'lb..

6 to 8 tb AVG.

Smoked PICNICS lb. 33<

Regular Size MARIGOLD lib.Solids

Ajax J Cleanser. 1 1O o L E 0 Each S
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SARDINES Each 10 TomatoesHERSHEYS 10fo$100.

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BABY OKRA . lb. 15'

With$5.00 this or Coupon more and food purchase Order of LARGE SWEET ,
(Coupon Void After July 28, 1963) PLUMS 2 Ib S. 49

with this coupon and purchase of
2 (1'Ib Cans) Ocean Spray.
I (Coupon CRANBERRY Void After July SAUCE 28, 1963) Ml iI'' '] '
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I nance limited speed to 4 mites I forebodings.A .
Tires Went Flat Road Disappeared
j an hour and required drivers to I 1 CLASSIFIEDADS
Motorists Pushed OnwardThe sound a bell within 50 feet ofa Newport dowager pungent.ly
: But Pioneer crossing and to continue ring expressed an early attitude i

first man to drive across ca tlon. ing it until after the intersection toward motor cars when she

the United States in an auto. Three or four spare tires anda had been passed. said, after a pedestrian was run I

mobile was warned of highway portable vulcanizer were Motoring grew in spite of bad down "The automobile j., is dividing IJUan uder tfcU k .*". *r.
men. But the only robber he standard equipment. Everyman roads, mechanical failures, accidents the United States into I S T5 eenta eeat per!.w.minimum rd each t.chare.ertl.B,
met was a gasoline vendor who was his own mechanic (cars invariably legal restrictions, and other . two classes: the quick and the
charged him $1.05 a gallon. broke down miles from I obstacles. But there were dead." I PAINTING done by experienced

I, fuel was Just one nowhere), and the for slghtedl I I ..- --.- ...___ I painter, interior and exterio.
Expensive -- --- "" -
r block-and-tackle tow
carried a ,
a of Col. H. Nelson Jackson'sprob-' Reasonable prices."..Call A. Pan.
ing cable, hatchet, grease-gun, chella, ID 73755. "
'i, lems as he drove from San.,FranCisco assorted wrenches and screw ..
t o New York in \Ja' two. drivers, several feet of insulatedwire CRAIG FUNERAL HOME : FOR SALE male Toy Fox Terrier

j cylinder chain-drive WInton in spark plugs, gaskets, tire i 6 months old, registered, has all
May.July, 1903. The trip. took valves, and so on. A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director shots and wormed. Call HE 9-

63 days. Another vital Item was a food JOHN HARDIN, AssociateAIR 2086 after 5PM. 7-25-ltp
rutted hamper. Pioneer motorists did'nt '
Roads were' wagon
trails that turned into morasses I stint themselves. "A wicker basket I'I'I LADY OXYGEN ; HOME FOR SALE-Corner lot
f after rain, the National Geographic the size of a small steamer I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL ". I. 1 EQUIPPED i I'''100 x 200, landscaped, spacious
ATTENDANT living room, bedroom, dinette
w Society says. The stout trunk will do, one writer sug AMBULANCES ,
I gested. i I &: kitchen. Gas wall furnace,
little car Jounced over dry
# Phone ID 7-3532 I fireplace with gas logs, carport
stream beds and splashed across
Many times ell precautions: &: screen porch. P.O. Box 763,
C rivers-bridges were a luxury. I were useless. In' an early motoring 201 E. MOODY BLVD.. BUNNELL FLORIDA. I. Bunnell. Phone ID 73105.

Down the Road a Piece magazine, a doctor re- July 1844pWANTEDTo
Road maps and signs were lated in dismal detail how he 1--- ------.- ---0.'I .
unknown. One woman mlsdl- I failed to repair his disabled buy 4 lots on west
reeled the traveler 50 miles steamer and was "again towed NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe side of Central Avenue in Flag.

down a road that came to a home in disgrace." To novices'I ler Beach. Write,Rt. 1, Box 81,
fire insurance policies we write still dead end at an isolated farmhouse the physician prescribed: "Never Bunnell. July 18-3tc

where an elderly couple wear a silk hat, frock coat, and additional FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex
machine.The white linen on an auto trip; I
gaped at the strange
little extra cost.Remember apartment, screen { porch.
indignant Jackson retracedhis they don't look well after an I
Phone ID 7.3304. 4-4-tf
route and asked the woman accident. H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you

why she had sent him there."I I Dusters and Kangaroo Skin take aCvantage of these extra coverages.<< Telephone 437.3361 WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus

wanted maw and paw to. Leather Jacket and breeches I or stop in soon for full details. tomers. Call Harris Appliance &:
"t Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.
see you, she explained. They've't comprised a more practical motoring -I H. T. COOK AGENCY Aug 30tfeSEPTIC
never seen an automobile.. outfit. Kangaroo skin Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell na1 .
$' In the pioneer days of motor was favored because it was pliable TANK CLEANING at

I touring, even a little spin in the and shed water. Cloth ,dus 1- .._-- reasonable prices. Call George
/ I' country was almost as adventurous ters warded off the 'huge cloudsof Jarosz ID 73410.
as a cross.country trip. dust the open cars stirred up. 1I 1.24-7.25 p.
y Some towns banned the "devil Convoys of cars often banded I 24 HourWrecker
wagons" from their streets. together for long.distance tours. I Service' """"

., Farmers buried s&ws and New Hampshire police were not JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER
k Y rakes in the d uti y roads I Ii Impressed by an elite auto cara I BEACH REALTY CO.

i ,to sabotage the city fellers who van that Invaded !their state in I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT
'i were frightening their' horses 1905. Officers disguised as work. WATER FRONT FARMS,
and killing their chickens. men were posted on both sidesof M FERGUSON ACREAGE

Even without booby traps, the principal road. They helda I Grove Industrial Equipment See us for your real estate needs
early motorists averaged at least rope to stop any car (or gore Office Phone HE 9.2242
t one flat per trip. The flimsy rote the driver) exceeding the I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242 Residence Phones ID 'f..3691or

Ii tires leaked collected nails, and 8-mile-an-hour speed limit. I Owner Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3517:
'J exploded on the slightest provo- In Urbania, Illinois, an ordi I .
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