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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 1, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00550
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i VOLUME 51, NO. 30 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963 $2.6p A YEAR "+
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Medical Self-help I JOHNSON CHAPEL Potato AgreementKilled VACATION BIBLE Road Board To :,'-'
REVIVAL SERVICETO I SCHOOL OPENS '

f: Training Class START SOON By USDA I MONDAY MORNING Hold Hearing on

Billy Babbitt, lay pastor of the The Vacation Bible School
Ended Monday Johnson Memorial Chapel, Ar After Public AiringThe I will open at 8:30: Monday morn- Road DesignationAccording

tesla Park, AlA, said today they Ing, August 5, atthe First Baptist to a legal advertisement -
Dr. John A. Sayers, county are planning revival services at U. S. Department of Agriculture I Church of Bunnell, Princi In this issue of The
t, health officer, State Board of the chapel August 11 through 18. issued a tentative decision pal Imogene Strickland said to. Tribune by the State Road De. ,
Health, expressed great pleasure Rev. Glenn Taylor of St. Au. July 15 on the proposed day.The partment, a Public Hearing will '
" :\ in awarding the first certificates gustine will conduct the services national potato marketing school will open at $::30 be held in the Flagler County ,I
I //.I earned by citizens of Flagler each evening at 7:45. Rev. Taylor agreement and order, in whichit each morning In "the church I Courthouse August 16 at 2 P. M. ,
County in the Medical Self-help is well known in this area,, recommended against such a building and will run, through I (EST) concerning the proposed
r(' Training Course Program Mon having served as pastor of the program.T 11:30 each morning, Monday' extension of State' Road 100 in
"/' day evening at the Civic Center. Flagler Beach Baptist Church at h 1 recommendation was through Friday. The graduation Flagler County.
,.. He also announced that some one time. On August 11 Young based on testimony presentedat exercises will be held at 7:30: At present Highway 100 endsat
Ii, '\ members of the class had already Babbitt will conduct the service a public hearing and briefs Friday evening, August 9. the intersection of U. S, High
been contacted about and the evening of August 18 submitted by interested persons. : Preparation Day will be heldon way 1 at Plane St. in the north )
W. holding future classes In their Rev. Gerald Combs will conductthe The record of the public hearing I Friday morning, August 2. end of the city. The proposalIs "
communities.The service in the absence of It had been announced for Sat. extend
to 100
contains 6,217 pages of recorded designation*
guest speaker, Commander Rev. Taylor. testimony from about 300 urday morning but has been long U. S. 1 six blocks south to 'r\
Leland Tinsley, assistant director Mr. Babbitt said the public is witnesses, and 102 exhibits. After changed to Friday instead. Moody Blvd, then east along the
and operations, invited to attend these revival Mrs. Strickland said 'all I
for plans par.
11 the intersection
the close of the hearing, interested present Highway to I
state civil defense office, Jac- services at the chapel., This is persons were given un ents and friends are Invited to of AlA at Flagler 'a
sonville, expressed the hope that the second revival (to be held at til April 22 1963 to file briefs. attend the graduation exercises Flagler Beach. .
no one would have to use their the chapel.Legion, I on Friday night. If this proposal is accepted, .....
knowledge learned in this course The hearing record and briefs Highway 100 would run from '
in an atomic disaster, but em Auxiliary filed revealed a wide divergence Lake City to AlA at Flagler ,I"
phasized the importance of baying of opinion among potato growers Dr. Rogers Finds Beach. I

trained people to take over. Elects Officers handlers, processors, and Highway 11 would then begin .
He emphasized the Importanceof others Interested-both on the New InsecticideFor at the Intersection of U.S. 1
one member of each family need for a national marketing in Bunnell and run west to the
taking the course.It Monday Morning order, and on the measures that MosquitoesResearch intersection of Highway 17 in
was suggested that people might be used in administeringIt. the north city limits of DeLand.
contact a member of the class Officers were elected at a special
The State Road 11 designation
by a State Board of
in their community for future meeting of The American After careful consideration of Health scientist on a chemicalto would be discontinued: from
times and places of classes to Legion Auxiliary Monday morn all evidence in the recorded tes kill is Bunnell to Flagler Beach.
mosquitoes
expectedto
be held. ing at the home of Laura Mor timony and exhibits, as well as save the state and counties According to' the advertise
1 Those receiving certificateswere ris.Elected briefs filed, the U.So D.A. Agricultural about $300,000 a year. merit, all persons wishing to be
Raymond Smith, local civil to serve as president! Marketing Service said
} John Mulrennan, director of heard are invited to appear at
defense director, Mrs Joseph is Daisy Moody; vice president, that} the lack of a firm base the board's Bureau of Entomology the hearing on August 16.
Wlllock, R.N., Joseph Wlllock, Nazhla Trad; chaplain, Laura for promulgating and administering said the scientist is Dr.
Alice Lee Mrs. Kath Morris; historian, Bette McDanlel order makesI
Mrs. Mary a marketing
A. J.; Rogers, director of the Control Charles Parker
ryn Perryman, Ray Carle, Mrs. sgt at arms Frances' Wads- I *I Impracticable to proceed any Research Section of theboard's ,
Lois Carle, Mrs. Joy Stefllk, Mrs. worth; secretary treasurer, Eula further with the proposal atthis

Alleen Harding, Mrs. Joyce Fuller. time. Vero J Beach research ..,laboratory..._, . ....at t; Passed.. Away .. ini. ',\ U
Patrick, MIss Mary JJusan; Bran.: .. .Officers ""U..pe t installed_at a L Tcxtxxf-recommended 'ddsion :, In*' addition -- ., '1
,. nfemTJonn ATciegg: :Miss Celia special meeting called for"Mon will be published In the Florida benefitted to the saving, Nursing Home \
Lord, Mrs. Frances Edmonson, day night, August S, at the Bun. Federal Register July 18, and in. free the by obtaining ,
cl\emlcaJ-Dlbrom-on Charles Atwood Parker
pioneer

Mrs. Etta Peterson, Mrs. Sarah nell Civic Center. terested persons will have un '.
Martel, John H. Botterbusch and 'I Cora Buckles, commander of til August 15, 1963, to file exceptions which Dr Rogers carried out the resident of Daytona Beach,
George M. Moody. The American Legion Post 115, to the recommended experiments. The California passed away Thursday in a De-
said today the post membersare decision. Such exceptions shouldbe Chemical Company donated the Land nursing home following along
chemical for he entire year illness He was 89 years
planning to serve dinner at submitted to the Hearing
6:30: prior to the installation. All Clerk, USDA, Room 112, Admin. while the tests were going on., of age.
Former Beach Legionnaires and their families Istratlon Building, Washington, Mulrennan said Dr. Rogersnow Mr. Parker was born in Sa-
is at work on a new adult. vannah Georgia and
and Auxiliary members are Invited D. C. 20250.APPLICANTS. came to 'I
Resident Dies to attend.Recreation. clde and if the present experiments Florida In 1898. He was a retired
I I. are successful, even more builder and also founder
I SOUGHT\ money may be saved on its pur and charter member of the Car-
Early 'Monday May FOR COAST GUARD chase. An adultdde is an In. tersvllle Methodist Church. lie j
r sectlclde which can be used In also resided and was engaged ,
William Luther Eckerd of 27 Provide New CANDIDATE SCHOOLThe residential areas. It does not in the building business in j
Carol Road, Ormond Beach,, Commandant, U.S. Coast harm humans but kills mosqul. Flagler Beach for several years.
passed away early Monday Guard, has announced that toes and other small insects Graveside funeral services
morning In the Ormond Beach Income Source there are still opening availablein Mulrennan stressed that it has and Interment were held Saturday /'

Hospital following a short ill As the stresses and strains of the Officer Candidate School. no effect on birds or insects up- afternoon at the Pellicer
resided at Flag- class that will convene on September
had
ness. He on which they feed. \
Creek
urban life become increasinglysevere 15 1963. Cemetery, near Cartesvlllft
lear Beach for the pase five a new emphasis is bong Upon completion, of 17 weeks Murennan said the $300,000 Rev. Ira Thomas, associate mIn.
years, moving to Ormond about placed on the value of country training, graduates will be commissioned I wouldn't be funds which could ister of the Pentecostal Evange.
two months ago. life. And, more and more Ensign in the U. S. I be put in the bank. listic Temple of Lake City officiated.
He was a native of Steel ton, city dwellers are seeking the Coast Guard Reserve. College lie said "The state's mosquito .
Pa., but had resided In Halifax, type of relaxation and recreation seniors and graduates may ful :I control program has been barely He is survived by three sons,
Pa 15 years where he was engaged that only th ecountry can fill their military obligation getting by in some areas and Clyde Parker, of Daytona Beach;
In the grocery business offer. through the Coast Guard Officer I has been much less than whatis Charles H. Parker, Ormond
Candidate School .
before retiring and moving to Florida's farm and ranch land further information program.For write needed in many others. We've Beach; Hollls Parker of Fred
offers kind of recreational been faced with a prob. Va. four
Flagler Beach. every Commandant (WTP-2), U. S.t money ricksburg, ; daughter,
He owned and operated: the opportunity associated with thereat Coast Guard, Washington, D.C. lem and now since demands are Mrs. Reba Vincent, Mrs. Faye
Ocean View Restaurant: when outdoors. Many rural landowners increasing, due to Florida's Folsom, Mrs. Eva Hutchlnson, (
he first moved to Flagler Beach. are taking advantage of growth, this saving is a windfall all of Daytona Beach, and Mrs.
He was 65 years of age. their natural resources as a commercial enterprise, but the which will help us fill Alma Bond of Indianapolis, Ind.
Funeral services will be heldat new source of income.As hunting preserve is a special some of the holes and put us Also surviving are 17 grandchildren
2 o'clock today in the chapelof : of June 1, 1003, the Florida type of full-time operation gen. In a better position to make and 23 great-grand t
Musselmans Funeral Homeof Park Service reported 3,076,000 erally carried out on one farm. much needed Improvements In children. i
Lemoyne, Pa. Rev. Klner, Visitors to state parks-an increase Some land owners may wish various areas." Baggett'McIntosh of Daytona :
pastor of the Church of God of of 140,000 over the same to consider picnicking and sports He said Florida would benefit Beach was in charge of arrange '
Enola will officiate. Interment period last year. Of course, areas ideal fore one-day jauntsby from Dr. Rogers' work becauseit ments. I
will be in the Stone Church the vacation season had only urban families for swimming, provides "an effective chemical -
Cemetery there. begun.As fishing, and picnics. much cheaper than ones CHURCH TO HOLDFELLOWSHIP
He is survived by his wife, the facilities of national Camping and natural recrea which" were being used previously ! SINGThe
Emma of Ormond Beach; a and state forests and parks are tion areas stressing scenery generally .
daughter Mrs. detus Strauser, overtaxed, the opportunity for require large acreages. The original trouble with DI. Bunnell Pentecostal Holiness
Flagler Beach; four sisters, Mrs. farmers and ranchers to consider "Recreation on farms and brom was that it wasn't stable, Church will have a "Fel
Ida Ridge Mrs. Sue Hass and their land for recreational ranches requires the same mar Mulrennan said. It wouldn't lowship Sing" at the church next
Mrs. Bertha Woodward, all of purposes increases. Almost all ket Inventories and estimates mix with oil and remain uniform Sunda yafternoon from 2to 4 o'
Harrisburg, Pa., and Mrs. Mar. rural Florida offers natural resources that are necessary for motels in solution in proper clock, Mrs. Willard Spivey said
tha Millward of Hlghsplre, Pa; necessary for hiking, and restaurants. Christmas trees, amounts needed to kill mosquitoes today.
two brothers, John and Charles swimming, nature hikes and professional baseball, or any but not harm wild life. Prior to the Sing a picnic din
Eckerd both of Harrisburg .Also trail rides, fishing and family other service you want to selL" After hundreds of different formulas ner will be served on the groundat
surviving are two grand children camping."Vocation. were tried and after many 1 o'clock. I
and five great ,T nd chil farms" are mainlyan Though Asia Includes 29 per score field tests, Dr Rogers Mrs. Spivey said the public is
dren. enterprise in which clients cent of the world's land, only found the correct formulation invited to attend. 9
Craig Funeral Home of Bun- live at a farm or ranch. Hunting one-tenth is fit for the plow- which is now being used by .1
nell was in charge of local ar areas can be created by several and the continental population counties and districts In the Half the world's cork supply
rangements. landowners going together in a Increases by 32 million a year. state. comes from southern Portugal.
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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 1, 1963

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I with a yankee stranger. Every. I Sue B syrur I It is strongly recommended i ning to take physics or that intend .
THE BOOK NOOK i,one trys to discourage Eden from 1 I for anyone interested in the to go to college and take

Kind of Book Fiction. marrying this man, but no one ALL ABOUT CALCULUSBy higher math either out of curiosity math.
ranges Yankee Stranger. I can stop her. I II W. W. Sawyer I or for study. But it must be Library Asst.

Author Elswyth Thane Beebe It also tells of Eden's sister : This is one of a series of mathematics taken into consideration that Sandra Gumble

This story takes place at the Susannah who is in love with and science books that this book was written for senior I
beginning of the Civil War, and her double first cousin. the Bunnell High Library has on I high students and is not for I II The bald eagle, symbol of the
continues on to the end of It. This is a very Interestingbook Its shelves. All About Calculus I those having less (than two yearsof United States, was also the

It tells of an old family in and I think anyone who explains some of the theoriesand higher math. great symbol of the Iroquois In.
Yirglnla and all of their family reads it, will enjoy it as I have basics behind calculus. It is But it is a wonderful book for dlans. The Iroquois believed the
problems, especially when ithelr done. clearly written and easily un j those interested and I feel it eagle watched over them and
oldest daughter falls in love By Library Assistant derstood. I should be read by those plan. helped in time of trouble.

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Thursday, August 1, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Whitaker DINNER GUESTSMr. furniture and beer. A little
Friedman known industry Ia mink ranch

Wedding Plans and Mrs. Walt Wilson of inf. In 1662, Danish farmers
North AlA had as their dinner supplied the world with 1,360-
Miss Sammie Whitaker of guests Sunday evening Mr. and 000 skim.
Bunnell will become the brideof Mrs. James Taylor of St Augustine -

LOCALS Mr. Louis Friedman of De- Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller THANK YOUI

a Land In a five o'clock candle. of Bunnell and Miss Janice would like to( express my
light ceremony at the First Baptist Lovelace of Bunnell. Also pres. deep appreciation for the many

Church of Bunnell Saturday ent were Mr. McMasters of cards visits prayers, flowers

MISS DONNA LASSITER afternoon, August 3. Hastings, Jack and Fred Wilson. and other acts of kindness dur
Miss Whitaker Is the daughterof ing my recent stay in the hos
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whitakerof Bandmaster Walter Morris is pital. Your thoughtfulness hiS

Bunnell. Mr. Friedman is the attending the Band Directors' helped to speed my recovery. ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clinic in Gainesville this weekat Mrs. Nellie Tweed. r
Friedman of DeLand. the University of Florida.

Rev. Thomas Pinner pastor of Also from Bunnell there to CARD OF THANKS
the church, will officiate. Following participate in the A 11 Star
.S Q4 the ceremony, a reception Marching Band are Tom Kahl- Thanks to my many friendsfor
will be given In the educa ert and David Brown, membersof their visits, lovely cards, and
:A s tional building of the church.All the Bunnell Band. beautiful flowers. Also many
9.A friends and relatives of the thanks to Rev. Porter for his visits J

couple are invited to both the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight and prayers, which has givenme
A ceremony and the reception. have returned home after a ten. strength to carry on. Most of
r day vacation in Blowing Rock, all thanks to the whole hospital
F SPIVEY- KING North Carolina. staff for their kindness and
sympathy, also to Dr., John. All
The marriage of Miss Debra DENMARK MINK RANCHING their kindness will be cherished

fia Sue King of Ormond Beach to Denmark produces many quality i forever.
Mr. Ernest Willard Spivey of products besides its famous Stella Moody I ,
: Bunnell has been announcedthis ,
week.
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z Mrs. Ebbie Philter of Ormond

Beach. The bridegroom Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard

Spivey of Bunnell.
The ceremony was performedby
the county judge In Black-

shear, Georgia on Monday. At.
tending the couple were Mr. and
Mrs. Ebble Phlffer.
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mond Beach where Mr. Spivey
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WHAT ONE MAN HAS FOUNDHERE
ROYAL NEIGHBORS
MRS. RIDDELLON Is an account of what room. And only on Friday or
HONOR
Is like for a city man Saturday night. And always home
HER BIRTHDAY who retires with his wife to a neat before ll-to keep the baby-titter
Mrs. Susie Rlddell was guestof new little home In the suburbs from getting rich.
The retired man Is the only
a 4 ,when he get his pension.The
esnalw honor at the social meeting man who gives'the account male in sight on his street from
The marriage of Miss Donna Following the three o'clockceremony : of the Royal Neighbors on Mon. U not typical and is not like you- about 8 AM. to 6 P.M., except
Lassiter of Atlanta, Georgia. to the couple will leave day night. The occasion was her nobody ever ii, you know. But mailmen, garbage men and three-
for a wedding trip to Trinidad, birthday anniversary.Mrs. what he has found in suburbla's year-olds.
Mr. Lewis Edward Wadsworth of They will reside In Athens, Pauline Magee, daughterof golden acres is what you and the THE GOOD:
Bunnell will be an event of Saturday Georgia where they will continue Irs. Rlddell, was hostess for typical man are apt to find there about Life bubbles in suburbia except $
What Mr. X has found out
August 3, at the West. their studies at the Unlversltj r the meeting. She served birthday suburbia In the three years since I from about 1 to 3 P.M., with
cake, ice cream and p punch to young mothers, children and dogs..
minister! Presbyterian Church.Mr. of Georgia. he retired- and
T sounds
and
"
y the guests. making sights up
THE BAD: down the street. "This annoys you
and Mrs. Lewis Wads Mrs. Ed Copeland is reported During the evening Mrs. Rid Spading earth and sawing two- at first, and makes you feel like
dell's grandson, June Deen of by-four along with most do-It.
worth left Wednesday for At as improving after receiving a just-arrived refugee. But you
Miami, called up to wish her i a yourself projects, cost M0N. X. "And
lanta'' to attend the wedding of medical (treatment at the loca like it, laid Mr. you
happy birthday. E*Y. "You can go only so far, realize how much better it It than
their son Lew to Miss Donna hospital the past ten days. said Mr. X, "until you have to the sour faces you see emerging
Lassiter on Saturday. drive to the teed store lumberyard "
MISS WHITAKER from apartments the city . .
Leaving Friday to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Zook of HONORED WITH A tool, fertilizer counter store to get, brick something yard, The young married couples that
will be Mr. and Mrs or fill the $14,000 streets in suburbia
wedding Ft. Lauderdale were guests of SHOWER TUESDAY you need. The first year I aver.
P. A. Edmondson. Mrs. Flossie Richardson over the Virginia KIwala entertained aged $30 a month on this sort of have small Incomes they and aren't big family big

Others from Bunnell planning past weekend. with a miscellaneous shower thing.I'm running about$20 now." spenders.expenses"So-," said Mr. X, "you
to attend the wedding are Mr Tuesday evening honoring bride Taxes scare the daylights out lend and borrow extension ladders .
Mr. am 1 elect Sammie Whitaker. The of you. They were $280 a year lawn mowers,
and Mrs. Jack Clegg, power saws,
: X his house.They're .
Mrs. Robert Moody has returned when Mr. bought
Mrs. Ferris Solomon, and Mr party was given atthe King becauseof and even your three.year-old cars.
to( her home after surgery re now $420 mainly lend and borrow labor when
and Mrs. Dave Perryman. home, Pine and Palm Avenue. the huge crop of kids in suburbia You
cently at the local hospital.Mr. have big project on.
The bridal motif was used Ir that must be educated.Schools you a

Mr. and Mrs. William Stroui the decorations and favors and and sewers are taking most of There retired are ample man opportunities and his wifeto
for the
visited here with and Mrs. John McKenzie also the refreshment course. the increase.
of Pestal, N. Y., baby-sit with TV privileges,
,
Mrs. Flossie Richardson several attended the picnic at DeLeor I I Games appropriate to the occasion The eager-beaver boys run for 50 cents an hour. And if that
subdivisionsthe
days last week. Springs Saturday for Gulf Life were played and prize: things church in suburbla's activities civic associations Is embarrassing, you can arranges
I Insurance Agents and their fam were won by Mrs. Wanda Met. charity drives, school deal whereby the young father
Mrs. Marie West returned to dies In the Daytona District. cer and Mrs. Stella Cauley.Dr. affairs, and what-else-ls-avalla- will help you build a car port.Neighborlinesspossibly the.

her home Monday after under I I ble? The retired man must be found outside the small
best to be
going surgery recently at the Mrs. Louie Trad, accompanied and Mrs. David McKenzie, content to sit and vote "Aye." rural towns-comes with modern
local 'hospital. by her daughter Mrs. Andy Anderson who hove been vacationing al The young marrieds set the social suburbia according to Mr. X. I
,
and sons Mike and Billy Flagler Beach the past month, pattern when suburbia is at .
the $14,000 level: beer or coffee N.w GOLDEN EARS .*-...* k..k.I .
Mrs. Hattie Kendall of Shelby were In Miami last week visiting plan to leave during the week .. ... r.a4 f, .... M. !_ ..1. in the basement recreation room .,..,. . ,.Cll'f H.* H7I Or... '
D
>)> f
ville, Indiana, is visiting this; with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil for a' visit in Augusta, Ga., with I Instead of Scotch in the living C.Btr.l lull*., flew T.fk IT, N. T.
week with Mr. and Mrs. W. E holland and sons. Mrs. Milhol Mrs. McKenzie's parents. Fol -
Kudrna. She spent last week via land Is the former Miss Nazhla lowing the vacation they will;
sting with Mrs. John Kendall, Trad of Bunnell and the dough{ go to Lake Wales where they
Haw Creek. Mrs. Kendall is a I ter of Mrs. Trad. will locate. O. F. ALFORD PETERSON TEXACO

former resident of Haw Creek. Registered SERVICE
Mrs. Lamar Llngold is a patient Mrs. Haskel Dorsey and ROAD SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. John Rice have in the local hospital where daughter, Miss Elizabeth Dorsey Real Estate Broker I Light Mechanical Work

returned to their home, North she underwent surgery Satur of Gainesville Georgia, arrived Bunnell Florida Phone 437-3441 BunneU
AlA, after a vacation spent Ir day. She is reported as improv Monday for a visit with her "- .

New York State. ing. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. .. . . .
Whitaker, Miss Dorsey will serve ,:..".. ....-.1'.tI."I'.tlJ'rl'1'1'

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A as maid of honor in the Whit FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Kudrna last week were Mrs Edmondson during the past aker-Friedman wedding. She is
Maude Lloyd and Lindy and weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Decatur a neice of the bride elect. AMBULANCE

Debby Waters of JacksonvilleAlso Edmondson of Miami. He PHONE VAlley 4 1625
Mrs. Joe Goss, and Joey of is a brother of Mr. Edmondson I SERVICE
Virginia Beach. They had spent a vacation In CommunityMemorial ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

Visiting here with Mrs. Flossie McClenny. Church Never be heaitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

Richardson 'Sunday were Mr Mark Strickland, Tommy and Ia ter-4ea.asi.a ts.aal are always at your service with promptness, safety and ,

and Mrs. J1J1 Benet of New Smy Nancy Hargett, and Marvin and AIR CONDITIONED experience.
rna Beach.D. Dale Clegg, visited this week In Daytona A...
Keystone Heights with their FLAGLER BEACH Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

M. McKenzie and son, aunt, Mrs. Don Deal. The Deals
Mack, of Lake Wales spent the, are residents of Miami and are Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
time at their Church Service 11:00 A.M.
past weekend with his son and spending some E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
daughter In law, Dr. and Mrs lake cottage in Keystone a W. DICKER, PutorEVEIIT01B
David McKenzie who are vaca- Heights. She Is the former WELCOME: LADY ASSISTANT

tlonlng at Flagler Beam. Christine Strickland of Bunnell.





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Thursday, August 1, 1963
BUNNELL FLORIDA
THE FLAGLER; TRIBUNE ,
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'-- 1 points. Sharon, who had 4 hits I KNTII IV: TUB JUDICIAL riRCMT CIRCl'IT.COI'HT.' sIIV-I AUVERTUHMHNT SECTION! 6112-A A FOR IIIDSPROJRCT '

., 1I! out of :5 times at bat, finished AND! roil FLAGLRR NO. 4703( : : Sealed Bids will\NO.be received at
EttUITY
KI.OKIMA.
Santa the ofllce of the City Clerk, City
secand with 673 average. JOHN K. FAULHABBR
Plaintiff. Hall, City of Flagler Beach, Florida -
I
> I Bradley came in third with a VI. until 2:00: P. M.. E. 8. T., on
August 29, 1963, at which time
666 average. Sharon, who had, LOUISE FAULHABER.Defendant.. and place all Bids received will

I ftL ten hits in the playoff, was the I NOTICE TO ANSYe APHHAR Eli AND be publicly the furnishing opened 01".11 read labor aloudfor material

hottest hitter and will play NAME OF THE STATE *, equipment and apparatusfor \
OTINFI HE the construction of the fol
I ; against Brenda Aaron, also a I
I lowing

II1t4JIJFIRST / : .I long ball hitter. Both girls will TO suit: has LOUISE are been hereby FAULHABERYou brought notified against that you a'',, Approximately feet of 3-Inch to 85,000 14-Inch linear cast !

ulay Thursday night In the Circuit Court of Flagler', Iron pipe, together with valves,
Count Florida In Equity by fittings, hydrants, building ser
> Plaintiffand vice lines, meters, and otheracculorl..1
K. FAULHABER,
JOHN
CHURCH plonshlp. PLAY
METHODIST B FOR you are hereby required to necessary for water
BANK Seville Ab by attorney transmission! and distribution
DEFEATS CITIZENS T. file, personally or
CHAMPIONSHIPFirst
L. Jones 2 4 PONYTAIL with the Clerk of said Court your system extensions time
defenses if any. to the Any Bid received after the
written
The First Methodist Church J. Smlthz, Z z z5 4 4 Methodist Church and complaint In laid suit on or be- and date specified shall not be con-
leading fore the 31st day of August A. D. sidered. One Contract will\ be
defeated the league 3 3 2 third
team L. Braddock Bunnell Restaurant, were 1963 and also to serve a copy of awarded for all work.

Citizens Bank Monday night. R. Wells 3 3 3!I and fourth place in the pony your written& defenses Krol, Attorneys upon Messrs for, Each a certified Bid must check be or accompaniedby bid bond
sslnsky
The church team will meet the R. Y'elvington 3 1 0 tall League. Both won in the Plaintiff at their office address at for an amount not less than five

of the Aux and Restaurant 4 2 2 F. W. Aux. 411 Main Street Daytona Beach per cent (5%) of the total amount
winner M. Smith playoff from the V Florida, on or before the 31at day I bid as guarantee that the Bidder
team which will play Tuesday J. Cade 5 1 2 and Citizens Bank. Both teams of August A. D. 1963 as requiredby will not withdraw from the com-
of Bids,
Florida. Rules of Court and petition after the opening
night. C. Williams 4 2 1 started the series Wednesday herein fall not or Decree Pro Con- and if awarded the Contract he

Both teams won one game ,5 1 1 for ,the champion fesao and Final Decree will be will within ten (10) consecutivedays
B. Henry night to play entered against you by default. after written notice be givenof

each. Brenda Aaron, shortsop of F. Cade 3 3 1 ship. Both teams will play every That the name of the Court In the award enter Into a written
contract with the City of Flagler
which said suit has been Instituted
(the church team, hit 800 for the ,_ night this week until the first Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Beach Florida In accordance with

two games. Brenda had eight 37 24 16 teams wins two games. for Flagler Circuit County of Florida, Florida In and,in the The accepted Contract Bid.Bond shall be furnished -

hits. Sheila Ward and Margaret B. Merchants Ab It H Both teams will meet tonight Equity and that the title of said i In an amount not lens than
hundred cent (100%) of
cause Is as hereinabove set forth. one per
Knight pitched good ball. Judy J. Brown 4 0 0 ait 6:30 in the their second game. I You are further notified that the the Contract price.

Dunson pitched good ball to win. 4 2 1 nature of said suit is a wit for All work shall be done' In accordance -
D. Mann COURT OF* divorce. with the Plans and Specifications -
Loose fielding and timely hits L Ward 4 2 1 KI.Ar3l.Kll IN TIll! CIRCUIT fOUNTY, FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and led of which may be examinedat
the office of the City Clerk, City
Both NO. 47O1 office at Bunnell, Florida, this 25th
teams CHANCERY
was her downfall. J. Whitaker 3 2 1 THOMAS A. HENNESSEYPlaintiff. day of July A D. 1963. of Flagler Beach Florida or at
2 EMIL A. SMYTHE. as Clerk of the office of the Engineer, David
played a hard game. J. Roberts 3 2 the Circuit Court of FlaglerCounty B. Smith Engineers inc., 716 EastUniversity

G. Bobble 4 0 0 KATHLEEN"'A. HENNESSEY Florida Avenue, Gainesville.
Florida. A set of .such documents
Defendant (Circuit Court "Pea)
SEVILLE WINS CITY D. Peterson 3 0 0 NOTICE TO DEFEND OSSINSKY & KROL may be obtained from the Engineer -

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPForset 4 0 2 THE STATE OF FLOIUDA TO' Solicitors for Plaintiff at the above address at a
Westbrook
C. A. HENNESSEYco 411 Main Street cost of $30.00 for each set. This

Cade, catcher for 'Seville I Gayland 4 0 1 KATHLEEN/o New Jersey State HospitalHammonton Daytona Reach Florida cost will not be refunded.
No Bidder may withdraw his Bid
Aug. l-a-U.U-4tc
New
hit In 20 times 3 1 2 (Ancora), for of, daysafter
got his first ;J. Wetherington Jersey a period thirty (30) (
NOTICE tn date net for the open-
at bait which was a big home You are hereby notified that a Notice Is hereby given that the In'fi111t Bids.
with the bases loaded to 36 9 10 suit has been filed against you In State Road Department will holda shall be submitted in trip-
run the above entitled cause; and you public hearing concerning the licate on the Bid Form furnishedas
give Seville the city league softball are hereby required to file your answer proposed extension in Flagler a part of the Specifications.The .
with the Clerk of this Court, Bounty, Florida of State Road 100 award of this Contract Is
championship two years In PUCE HUGAS WINS and to serve a copy thereof upon designation from Its present term!- contingent upon the proposed sale

Both teams went into BATTING CROWN the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, nus at State Road B (US No. 1 of $650.000 of general obligationbonds
a row. whose, name and address Is; long State Road 5, to State and the receipt of money
the final game with one win Puge Hugas won the Ponytail RAY SELDENSelden 11. all In Bunnell; and thence to therefrom.The .
BuildingDaytona State Road AlA in Flagler Beach City reserves the right to
each. batting crown Tuesday night I Beach Floridanot State Road 11 designation from reject any and all Bids to waive
Seville scored in the first inning She nosed later than August 27 A. D. 1963.It State Road S (U S. No. 1) in Informalities, and to re-advertise.
with a 675 average., you fall to do so, decree pro Bunnell to State Road AlA in CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH

on a long home run by I out Sharon Townsend by two confesso will be demanded entered against in the Flagler Beach to be discontinued. FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA
you for the relief Hearing to be held In the Court Published:
Julius Smith to go ahead one bill of complaint. The nature of room In Flagler County Courthouse, July 25. Aug. It 1963.SECTION .

to nothing. Bunnell Merchantstied aid suit being; for divorce and seal of Bunnell, Florida on August 16, 1963\
WITNESS my hand 2:00 PM A
the score in the second inning said Court this 23rd day of July at All: n.E wishing to be heardare ADVERTISEMENT BIDS

AD. 1963.Official hereby notified to appear at PROJECT 6112BSealed
when Whitaker singled. ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE said hearing bids I1obe received at
and an infield singleby Clerk of said Circuit Court JOHN R. PHILLIPS the office of the City Clerk City
Two errors liy Julia R. Harvey Chairman. State Road Board Hall, City of Flag ler Beach, .Flor
Westbrook tied the score. .PotLU U Deputy Clerk Florida State Road Department ida, until *tOO P. M.. E. 8.T., onAugust
ahead In July 25 & Aug. 1s154tcair August 1-8-2tc 29, 1963.\ at which time and
The Merchants went all bids received will\ be publicly -
the fourth on a baseloaded homerun TUB CIRCUIT COURT OP TnE8EVICln'J IN TUB COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT, opened and read aloud Cor
CIRCUIT,
( JUDICIAL IN AND FOR FLAGLRR COUN the furnishing of all labor materials -
by Big John Roberts. Seville V. OH FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. equipment, and apparatus
FLAGLER COUNTY IN GUANOKKY for the construction of the follow-
roping IN THE MATTER OF THE
in the 5th
scored 6 runs BT HCtXX HILT NO. 4097 ESTATE OFFRANK ,
InG-ater
to take the lead 75. The MICHAEL 1.. JOHNSONFlaiatlff P. DILOER, Deceased. Supply Wells, Pumping
ENTRY OF ORDER Equipment and Water Treatment
NOTICE OF
Merchants scored one in !the 5th W lob Wheel Skillet is full of v. OF ADMINISTRATION plant having a nominal capacityof

the; ting and flavor and color of Catherine E. Johnson, UNNECESSARY one million gallons per day.
to, make It 76. Defendant. All persons having claims Any bid received after the time
Seville scored one run in the the West Alternating, rings of NOTICE: OF SUIT mantis against the estate of Frankl and date specified shall not be con-
k greed r and< gold, with a, touch of IN THE NAME OF THE STATE P. Dllger the above named decedent sidered. One Contract will be
tpp of the sixth when Lamar tomato red make up the vegetable OP FLORIDA.TO are hereby notified that an awarded for all work.
Johnson order of administration unneces Each bid must be accompaniedby
E.
Julius Smith. Along Catherine
Jones walked course for a big family or : 1823 Buffalo Road entered by the Hon a certified check or bid bond
triple scored him to go company barbecue. Whole California V Drive Apartment No. 1 tlaaTeeit McKnlght, county for an amount not leas than fiveper
Erie, Pennsylvania Judge; that the total cash valueof (6%lnttr total amount
ahead 86. Bottom of the sixth Brussels sprouts make a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat said estate, exclusive of that bid as ntg the Bidder

the Merchants scored three runs ring as green as prairie grass. a suit In equity has been exempt under the constitution and will not withdraw from the competition
,
brought against you by Michael laws of the State of Florida Is after the opening of Bids,
on a home run by Dickie Mannto Each sprout has its fair shard, of L. Johnson in the Circuit Court $3,000.00; that the names and and if awarded the Contract he
rich, sunny flavor and toothsome of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of addresses of those to whom saidestate will within ten (10) consecutive
go ahead 98. crunch. Corn-off-the-cob makes a Florida, In and for Flagler County has been assigned by such days after written notice be given
and hereby summoned, ordered order are as follows: of the award enter into a written
back 'Murray and are
Seville came ring of yellow gold, and tomato you and required to file your Rebecca Lewis Dilger, Route 1,' contract with the City of Flagler
Smith manager of Seville, lied wedges finish off with one of flame written answer or defense to the I Box 99, Bunnell. Fla; Beach, Florida, In accordance with
Berthola Rasmussen 6553 Glen the accepted Bid.
filed herein against you
up the game with a home run. Ing red. The whole shebang cooks In complaint the above entitled cause In the wood Avenue h 111. The Contract Bond shall be

Cecil loaded the bases with two together-right on the grill or on office of the Clerk of the Circuit Dated thin 29th ::00ijUl 1963. furnished in an amount not less
County /S/ Rebeccawfs Dilger. than one hundred per cent (100%)
and t
Court In
Cade the kitchen range-with a good -m'lal; CouriHouse t of the Contract
hits and a walk and Forest Florida, at his the Aug. 1-8-16-22 4tc crice.
drenching of butter, garlic and In Bunnell Florida, on or All work shall"be done In accordance -
with the count two and two hit, chives. before August li. 1963, and to IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, with the Plans and Specifications -
home to ahead 139. serve a copy of such answer or IN AND FOR FLAGLRR COUNTY which may be examinedat
a run go '
defense John E. Chisnoim, i FLORIDA. PROUATH NO. the office of the City Clerk, City
Seville finished the top of the Plaintiff's upon attorney herein whose' In Re: Estate of of Flagler Beach, Florida, or lI.YtJ
WAGON WHEEL SKILLET address is Suite 810 Bank Build WALTER BANKOWSKI the office of the Engineer,
seventh Inning scoring 16 runs I New Smyrna Beach Florida, Deceased. B. Smith Engineers Inc. 716 East
(to win the city league cham (Makes 10-12 servings) lug and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro. CITATION University, Avenue Gainesville.
2 tablespoons butter or cedure. If you fall to do so, a decree The State of Florida to CASIMER Florida. A set of such documentsmay
pro confesso will be entered BANKOWSKI whose residence and be obtained from the Engineer
margarine against you for the relief demand. address is 197 Dickerson Street at the above address at a
2 cloves garlic, crushed ed In the complaint New Jersey, and BROIS- cost of 130.00 for each set. This
HASTINGS MATTRESS I xr'E BANKOWSKI, whoseresidence cost will not be refunded.
chives
I 2 teaspoons chopped court In which
of the
The name and address is State Col- No Bidder may withdraw his Bid
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS; V4 teaspoon pepper this suit has been the Instituted Seventh is Ju-the ony, Woodbine. New Jersey and for a period of thirty (SO) days
Court of
3 packages (ID-ounce each) Circuit all other persons concerned: after the date set for the openIng -
710-12 Lemon St. 1 dicial Circuit Flagler County title, You are hereby notified that a of Bids.
I frozen California Brussels Florida, and the abbreviated
petition has been filed In said court Bids shall be
Palatka, Florida sprouts of this cause Is Johnson v. John- praying for the assignment of licate on the Bid Form furnished

EA 5-9166 each) on. that this dower on behalf of JADWIGA as Tte of the Specifications.
Phone ordered
2 packages (10-ounces It Is hereby BANKOWSKI. widow Walter award of this Contract Is
Furniture Upholstering frozen whole kernel cera order and notice shall four be consecutive publishedonce Bankowski, Deceased, aJ you are contingent upon the proposed sale

Repaired & Refinished 3 tomatoes, cut In wedges weeks a In week The for Flagler Tribune, a hereby defenses required thereto to within file your forty written days of bonds 3650,000 and the of receipt general of obligation moneys

I Hundreds of Patterns to H cup chicken stock or newspaper published Florida In, and Bunnell having after the first publication or postIng ) therefrom. ,
Choose from. bouillon Flagler County circulation in Flag hereof Should you fall there The City reserves the right to
I a general in, decree will be entered In due reject any and all Bids, to waive
& Box Springs 1e Florida.WITNESS
II Mattresses r County hand Clerk of course upon said petition. informalities; and to re-advertise.
Made Order Also Renovated in my as of Flagler WITNESS my hand and the seal' CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH
Court
butter margarine lid Circuit
Melt or of said Court Flagler Beach
PRICES REASONABLE. the seal of at Flagler Florida
County. Florida and Bunneuci
skillet Add garlic chives County i Published:
large day of
PLAN IF NEEDED. said court at Bunnell. Flagler fiO It3.
BUDGET
minutes. July A. : July 26. 'Aug. 1: 1963.IJT .
and cook S Florida the 15th day
and pepper County, on
as your T. K. .
near -
Just as -
Starting at outer edge of skillet, of July 1963.Court McKNWo TH18 CIRCUIT COURT OF
i Phone or Post Office ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHS 1.a-u-lie Judge.
July 25 & Aug. FLAOLRR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Call arrange circles of vegetables as Clerk Circuit Court
Drop Us A Card or IN CHANCERY NO. 4 tt
& Delivery follows; Brussels sprouts, corn, JOHN B.Flagler CHISHOLM County Florida IN TilE COUNTY JUDOFTS COURT Peter J. Evangellsta

Free Pick-up tomatoes and again, Brussels Attorney for Plaintiff IN AND FOR FLAOLRR COUN Plaintiff

sprouts. Pour stock or bouillon Suite New 310 Bank Beach Building Florida IN TY KB, FLORIDA ESTATE IN OF PROBATB Bruce R. narrower'TS. .
Smyrna ,
over vegetables. Cover and cook July 18-25 ft Aug. 1-8-4tc EDWARD A. R. PAYNTAR also DEFEND ante
until known aa Abraham R. Payntar, NOTICE TO
over low heat 29 minutes, or deceased. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
:
JUDGE'S COURT
IN TUB COUNTY
mbt tflagler (JrlbunrBUNNRLL. Brussels sprouts are tender. IN AND FOR FLAGLRR COUNTY. I CITATION Bruce R. Harrower Evangellsta.
FLORIDA IN PRORATE I The State of Florida to all beneficiaries whose place of residence and
IN RE ESTATE OF of the estate of Edward post office address are unknown
FLORIDA ELLEN C. PAYNTAR. deceased. A. R. Payntar. also known as Abraham You are hereby notified that a
CITATIONThe R. Payntar, deceased (other suit. has been filed against you In
State of Florida to all beneficiaries than Ellen C. Payntar and Helen the above entitled cause; and you
MRS., M. Do FULLER Editor of the estate of Ellen C. P. Oolsan), and all other persons are hereby Ub'iktooflhr.o' answer
Payntar, deceased, (other than concerned. with the ,
Es
g Helen P, Oolsan), and all other You are hereby notified that a and to serve a copy thereof upon
R concerned. petition has been filed In said the plaintiff or plalntlf attorney,
D**>lg.ated OffleUI Publicationfer persons You are hereby notified that a Court praying for a determinationof whose name and address ls:
.( FUgler petition has been filed In said Courtpraying the beneficiaries, heirs, legateesor SAMUEL V. HOLCH
Netleer
Public for a determination of the devisees of the estate of Edward 110 N. 3rd Street
Municipalities therein heirs legatees or devisees A. R. Payntar. also knownas Palatka.
County beneficiaries of the estate of Ellen C. Abraham K. Pa ntar. deceased, not later than August 12, A.D.
sad the State .t Florida Payn tar, deceased other thanHelen other than Ellen C. Payntar and less.If. !
P. Oolsan. and you are here Helen P. Oolsan and you are here you fall to do so, !
by required to file written defenses confesso will be &s-a&.t
by required to file your written defenses your entered I
Entered at second class matter thereto within forty (40)days thereto : thlUbrftoJ{ 4 ) you for the relelf demanded In the
Prompt Service after the first publication or days after the or bill of complaint The nature of 'I
February 6, ISIS at the postofflce hereof. posting hereof. Should you fall aid suit being for divorcee.
WITH UII' posting, decree wl rO be den't: edt In therein decree will be entered la WITNESS I
ORDER therein
at Bunnell. Florida under act of PLACE TOUR said petition. due course upon said petition. aid Court this tay of July
due course upon WITNESS hand and seal of A. D. 1961. f
hand and the seal my
March f, 1STC. I WITNESS my said Court at Flagler ( I
Court at Bunnell. Flagler OtllcfalAAA)
of said
The Flagler TribunePhone this 9th day of County. Florida, this eta day of 8MTTH1S
County.

'I"! One year ...... .....-32.80 II' IDlewood 73282 f saTAL!)'5Florida T. K. Coup OJudge. J( 1lu.\\.II.T. K. MCKNIGHT By Clerk Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court

months ... ., ,..ll.lt County Judge. Deputy ClericPAGE
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 1, 19
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in 41I searchers give these tips on diagnosing I
: &a.ch plant troubles. Brown i' TV SERVICEALL
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JfafJlel'r I (By Kerrey Sharpe) tips or burned margins to leaves

i I Foliage plants are like peoj mean too much fertilizer, you've MAKES
j -they, too, need a bath. let the plant dry out or you'velet Agent For
\ SCOUTS ENJOY WEINER Mr. and Mrs. Clyde i won't tolerate a daily the plant become wind-
ROAST AND SURPRISE PARTY I visited Monday and I' burned.
-down, but take on a RCA & PHILGO
i. Boy Scout Troop 495 had a with their nephew, luster with an occasion I Yellowing and dropping of
If. weiner roast last Wednesday Johnson, and family. Mr. I leaf washing. Ditty foliage leaves indicates soil or gas TUBES & ANTENNAS, SOLD
evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Hiller were en route to unattractive especially in an. fumes, over watering, poor drain AND INSTALLED
Mrs. Reynold N. Hoover. Those home in Menlo Park, N. J. j I spotless Florida room.I age or poor soil aeration. Small TUBES TESTED FREE
attending besides the Hoovers vacationing in South i the leaves are heavy with I leaves suggest tight or heavy

were; Wayne Owens, Eddie Dodi- with relatives. use soapy,. 'vater, a soft soil mixture, lack of fertilizer
mead, David Johnson, Kenny returned and a gently touch. Rub. or not enough moisture. TV BobFLAGLER
;\ Whitney, Grady Prather, Jimmy, Gary Watson has :I too 'hard will cause injury.I Weak growth or light green
andlErvin Haney, Bruce Arnold, er spending some time dusty foliage will color on otherwise healthy foliage BEACH
Scoutmaster Leonard Johnson grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. if polished with a perhaps Indicates too much PHONE HE 9.2204
(r, and Assistant Scoutmaster Hugh bert Patterson of Hamilton, cloth. Plant polishes fian.1 I light, lack of fertilizer, root-rot

r Arnold. at ,the garden or poor root systems. Yellowing,
Afterwards the group accompanied I I But before you use wilting or soft growth means
I Eddie Dodlmead home BOOKS ARE MY I sure to read the directions. I I too much heat or root Injury.

where his parents, Mr. and Mrs. proper watering of plants}I CLASSIFIEDADS
BY Dorothy Homons : Small leaves and long internodes .
Frank Dodlmead, surprised him more Important than giving
are signs that the
with a party. Others enjoying The Flagler Woman's a bath. Too big a drink plantsare
growing with too little
birthday cake and Ice cream brary now has a copy of none at all spells disaster. lightor
the is
temperature
too
were: Charlotte Dodlmead, Stan Time of the Dragons by general, most house plants' high
for
.. and Betty Barns, Debby and Ekert-Rothloz. For once a a thorough soaking once the plant. 8....u."at... M.utor were the each h
t Dale Johnson. blurb does not over If you are just starting a W .at. .. nUBlmrua chare.
"absorvlng and masterful use cold water, as it I I house plant project, here're some SEPTIC TANK
BAPTIST CHURCH telling." The author spent the plant. A small dash I suggestions on containers. fields Installed cleaning? drain
Sunday School Is at 9:45: A. M.'!,I years In th places she water frequently makes the I I I ; snail shell. Rea
sonable prices. Call
Wooden George Ja
and morning worship is at 11 with such witty distinction. miserable. Often the soil tubs are excellent
o'clock 'With' Rev. Atlee Stevens, The first thing I look the bottom of the container since wood prevents rapid dryIng roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf

pastor. Training Union is at 6:45 a book is: docs It make me dry, causing the plant of the soil. Jardiniere usual. HELP WANTED-Couple to run
and evening worship Is at 7:45 get time and space. This or die. Keeping the plant ly lack drainage holes, which restaurant, living quarters In
will be a Deacons Ordination. does just that. The second soggy with water will kill may cause a watering problem. cluded. Must have experience.Will .
District Missionary, Rev. Martin} is,, what's its relation to I Clay pots are fine and can be pay great percent of grossto
Stedham, will deliver the message This book is a part of ; foliage plants grow well painted to blend with the col. right party. Animal Land,
during the evening wortship' very Important part with 'I' between 60 and ors in the patio. AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler

service. in the headlines dally and degrees. Therefore, in sum Brass and copper are ideal for Beach. 81tf.
perts all agreein gthat the protect the plants from be table and mantle arrangements.But .
Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Radford East is wheer World War II I broiled alive by sun rays. as these containers PAINTING done by experienced
r arrived Friday from Newel, N.c. start, if lit does start. don't roast the plant usually small, pay careful are attention painter, Interior and exterlo.
for 'a few days vacation at Hassles The plot shuttles back : by placing the container to water and fertilizer.Soil Reasonable prices. Call A. Pan.
Motor Court. Mrs. Radfordis forth from Shan gal to a radiator. Is very important for chella, ID 73755. 725.2tp

a sister of J. A. Babbitt, Sr. Bankok, Japan and ends .are also like people in house plants. Since they must WANTED- To buy 4 lots on west
and Rev. Radford is the pastorof Paris. It is about the they like their food served survive on a very small amount side of Central Avenue in Flag

the Presbyterian Church in a Norwegian diplomat and regular intervals. The best give them the best soil mixture ler Beach. Write Rt. 1, Box 81,
4 Newell. three daughters, each of on feeding plants is available. There is no best mix- BunnelL July 18-3te
ers of different nationalities, the directions on the ture. However, a longtime favorite -
METHODIST CHURCH the people they meet- Use a complete fer for many homeowners is FOR RENT-Two bedroom dUplex .
Church School Is at 9'45 A.M. White Russians, French, / in :tablet or powder form. a mixture of two parts peat and apartment, screen porch.
and at the 11 o'clock worship ese, Americans. II there are no directions on one part garden loam soiL : Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf
hour'guest speaker will be LouisE. Inevitably, there are spies container, mix one teaspoon If you are hunting for plants
Parrish, layman of the There is complete garden fertilizer WANTED-Bulk (I.P. Gas) cus
a counter-plots. a i that take little care and will
First Methodist Church in St. and extraordinary love one quart of water. Apply withstand much abuse consider tomers. Call Harris Appliance &
t. Augustine. At the official board i The style is both poetc strength solution every two such plants as Bromeliads, Dra Gas. 3O-tfe ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida.
meelng last month it was de. phisticated. It is one of weeks. caena, Monstera Paperomia or Aug
tided to omit the August board magic. carpet books that: of Florida Agricul I I Sansevierla. These plants don't
meeting and church dinner. The you away (to a far country.e'q Experiment Stations re- seem to mind low light intensityor JOHNSTON'S
official board will meet the first
warm dry rooms.
FLACLEB BEACH REALTY CO.
Sunday in NATIONAL FINDS.
September.
Plants that, will grow in full LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT,
t sunlight Include Codiaeum, Dracaena WATER FRONT, FARMS,
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks had FIRST GLOBE Fiscus, Phllodendrom sel ACREAGESee
as their weekend their
guests
lum and Sansevierla. Plants as for real estate needs
daughter, :Mrs. Clyde Sloyd and Two of the first globes Pacific voyages of Captain your
that will tolerate
daughter, Colleen, from Jack. in the United States have and, at one point, notes, dry soils are Office Phone HE 9.2242
Bromeliads, Pandanus, Pepero Residence Phones ID 7.3691
sonville.( appropriate new home-the islands and firm fields
__ tional Geographic Society.The ." But there is no indica mia and Scindapsus. or ID 73517

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shultz recently found of Antarctica. Africa south
and daughters, Susan and Betty, pair of terrestrial and Equator is largely blank
returned to their home Monday globes was made in the for coastal settlements. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
in Evansville, Ind., after visit. 1800's by James Wilson, I earliest American globe
fire Insurance policies we write still give the same
ing this past week with his ca's first globe maker. more remarkable than its
par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence The 13-inch spheres Born in 1763, James Wil dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy--at very
Shultz. on mahogany pedestals will farmer and blacksmith of :
displayed in the Explorers Vermont, decided at little extra costRemember

COMMUNITY CHURCH of the National Geographic 37 he wanted to make IL T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
Sunday School is at 9:45: with ciety's new headquarters for models were obtain. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361 .
classes for all ages. Worship Ing in the Nation's Capital. only from Europe at very or stop in soon for full details. .
service Is at 11 o'clock with Rev. cartographic exhibit will cost.
R. W. Dickert, pastor Include rare charts and little educated farmer H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
the latest map making $130 worth of his livestock 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo.

TLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB nlques developed by encyclopedia to study car

Mrs. Frank Brede, ways and cartographers.Ralph matematics, geogra I r
means chairman of the Flagler E. McAleer, and astronomy. Te then
Woman's Club, announed there Geographies Assistant 250 miles to New Haven,
will be a "cafeteria" style din. Cartographer and longtime to learn copper en 24 HourWrecker
ner Sunday, August 4, beginningat lector of old maps, became from Amos Doolittle, Service
12 noon until 2:30: at theWoman's terested In early globe of America's first map
while helping to produce the .
Club building, 1524 S.
Central Ave., Flagler Beach. ciety's own unique world Day Error Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
This is a new method of serving In 1961. made all his tools,
and the public Is invited to "I set out to find somet his own inks, and pre MASSEY-FERGUSON
come and make it a success. significant In early his own adhesives and Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
There will be a varied assort. for our exhibit," recalls Mr. lie worked 300 days
ment of meats, salads, vege Aleer. "and what could be the map sections on. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242Owner
tables and desserts to choose significant than the first copper plate only to find I Bunnell, Florida
from. can globe meridian lines were not
The two-year search together in proper pro
February, 1963, when Mr. He had to start all over
Music Aleer found not one but a .
Tennessee Style, of Wilson globes in 11 years of great sacri CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
The painstaking removal by his impoverished family,
FRIDAY 9 P. M. till darkened, century-old Wilson sold his first globe H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

SATURDAY 9 P. M. till revealed near perfect globes An immediate success, JOHN DAR IN. Associate
surprising beauty and globes were soon manufac .
SUNDAY 3 to 6 P. M. I AIR OXYGEN
matlcal precision. in New York, selling for LADY
LETTER OF MARQUE The celestial globe depicts the pair. I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE constellations with first globe maker' ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

& RESTAURANT imagery serpent headed to be 92. He spent his last''

5 Miles So. of Marineland for Cetus; a soaring, building a planetarium Phone ID 7-3532
horse for Pegasus.The by cranking, showed the
I Formerly Dinty Moore'sa 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDAr
a terrest'al globe charts revolving about the sun. ,






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