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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 8, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 31. BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR

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t School Board NIGHT BERMUDA AT SHORTS YOUTH Methodist Church JOHNSON REVIVAL BEGINS CHAPEL I County Board


f Sets Maximum COUNCIL DANCEThe Dedication Date SUNDAY EVENINGThe I Gives $48,000

Flagler County Youth second Revival for the

} Levy for SchoolsThe Council Directors will meet at I Set for Sept. 22 Johnson Memorial Chapel at Ar- I To School FundThe
7:30: Saturday evening at the I tesla Park, North A1A, will be.

Flagler County Board of Civic Center for a business meet. ,} gin Sunday, August 11, Lay Pas Board of County Commlsstoneis .

I. Public Instruction voted at Its ing.Members : September 22 has been set for tor Billy Babbitt said today. : at Its meeting Monday

meeting Tuesday morning to set of the committeesaid the Dedlcaflon Ceremonies of Rev. Glenn Taylor of St. Au agreed to give to the Board of

the school millage at 20 mills. today this Saturday eveningwill the Methodist' Church Sanctuary, gustine will conduct the services Public Instruction an additional

I I I This is the maximum amount be the Bermuda Shorts the pastor, Rev. Howard Porter, which will begin nightly at '.45.:' $48,000 of racing funds.

I of millage the board can levy. Night Dance for the Youth announced' this week. Mr. Babbitt said the public Is This Is in addition to the pres.
j Dr. Joe. A. Tolle, DeLand Dis
Council. ;>
Herschel King asked the board Invited to attend the services ent arrangement whereby the
I, i trict Superntendent( will be the
to go on record asking that a also which will continue through school board gets the first $50,000
tax study group be formed for McDaniel guest speaker and will August 18. of the racing funds and the
I t tcity
Famed i dedicate the building at the 11
reworking the tax roll and a 'county commissioners getting
I
o'clock worship hour, membersof
complete tax revision be made. the next $50,000. After that additional .
Commissioner the committee said today.
r The motion passed and the Bo Manual Says I racing funds received
)' board voted to send copies of the Martin McDaniel was namedby Following the dedication a bas. are split equally. The past fiscal .
i
\will
dinner be served at the
ket
I motion to the Board of County I the city commission to fill 1 12:30. Football Practice year saw each county getting .
t Commissioners and to the tax, the unexpired term of C. B. I Bunnell Civic Center at : $208,000 from race sources. I
Mrs. George Clegg said todayall
I assessor. Eisenbach who resigned August Begins August 15 I Although the school board this I
and friendsof
former members
t Board Chairman Raymon Tuck. 1. McDaniel took office at .the I year is levying its limit of 20
who
er asked to represent the school August 5 meeting of the com the church have moved Coach Bo Manuel calls for I mills, a financial crisis was
board the tax study mission.Mr. I and former pastors of the football practice for 1963 sea '
on group brought on by failure of the
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and their families will :
church
t when it is formed. He said he McDaniel was the next son to begin Thursday morning Florida East Coast Railway to
felt the ones who "paid the tax: high man in the election held be invited to attend this service. I August 15, at 8 A. M. There win ,i pay Its annual taxes, School
III- ..* bill" should be the ones to serve: March 1962. The committee members said!I be two practices daily until Supt. Z. D. Holland said.

r on the committee. Mr. Eisenbach's term would they are planning to have the school starts August 28. I By this arrangement,
;Mr. King also said he would I haxe expired in March 1964. lie "Mortgage Burning" ceremony at Pads will not be issued until school system Is assured of receiving I

t not go and ask the Board of resigned due to business duties the Sunday morning service, August 23, therefore all players $98,000 of racing funds

t. County Commissioners for 'more I I after serving three years as a I September* 1., Financial SecretaryL. are urged to bring shorts and I If this source holds up to expec
race track funds next year. He I commissioner. He served one H. Drady will light, the T.shirts Ito'workout In. Shoes tation.

would be In favor of passing a year as mayor commissioner. match to burn the paper. will be issued when you report I The Board of County Commissioners .

resolution, sending to the tax assessor McDaniel is employed at the The committee is also planning for practice. met Tuesday night to re

Instructing him to add 10 Lehigh Portland Cement plant programs over a three-week Key losses from last year's I work the tentative budget, and I,

per cent to the valuation$ to and resides with his wife, Bette, period during September to team are Quentln Emery, all. made cuts in many previously ,J .

take care of the needed money and son Butch at 511 N. Pine commemorate "this red letter conference end; Eric Kuleski, 1 anticipated expenditures but,
I day In our church life. Other all conference Brice llos-
for the schools. Street. guard; E. A. Smythe, board clerk said
plans which are not completewill ford, Flynn Edmonson, Dean I
The school board asked the he anticipates an additional 7
have, a former pastor of the Peterson, Randy Morris, and Jim
County Commission Monday for AVIATION GROUP mills will have to be levied by
church as'gueSt speaker at one
.an additional $48,000 to take ASK COOPERATIONGeorge Lopez. the county commission to compensate
care of !the school fund shortage i I Moody, Jr., chairmanof of the evening services. Heading the list of returning\ for the $48,000 thus, In
Mrs. Clegg is asking George lettermen are Tom Polk, all-con "
caused by the FEC Railway failure the local Aviation AdvisoryCommittee effect the county commission Is "t
the cooperation of members of
to ,pay its taxes. I said the committeeIs ference fullback, and Harry Kuleskl / levying millage to support the "
/the church;toiasslstjln furnish.,, all-conference<:e halfback, j ,
|r The board also discussed the ..... asking the cooperation. of the log het.ukmcl.arflL"addreases:Taf along--with- Bob Abbott "'HB ....,
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possibility securing brick from Vublfe ln-'nof7 Driving cars ''fy I Ttl 'ictuat' reasori-'for the financial .
the
former ministers church, .
the county to be used In construction the airport *l Bebe 'Moody, QB; Mickey Ramsey I bind Is the lack of realistic .
runways. y as well as former members and E: Mike Hornsby, G; Kent
\ of the Carver High equalization of
Mt. Moody said in addition I property
friends of the church who have
I &' School gym. Supt. Holland was to this being a dangerous Holland, C; Fred Harris, G; values. It has been proposedthat
very
I moved away so she may mall Levi!
Brannam T; Elbert Tucker,
Instructed to contact the State practice, it is also against the this be done In previous
to them Invitation to attend
an
E Jim Brown E Tom
; ; McDan
Board of Education for approval rules of the Federal Aviation years, but because of the combined
the Dedication Ceremony.The iel, T; Walter Townsend, Ej: and I
I F I. of the change in construction I Agency. resistance of some proper.
building fund for the new David Brown, GT.i .
material.Other .
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I ty owners and lack of concern j
was started in May of
sanctuary i Several members from the I
action of the board- on the part of the citizens it
,
'" MR3. YELVINGTON 1955 and since then a total of undefeated junior varsity are I
granted raise of $10 per month was not done.
ATTENDS UNCLE'S $51,083.16 has been given to the
being to the
promoted varsity.
in the salary of the custodian I It Is now proposed that "a
of the Bunnell building. In FUNERAL SERVICEMrs. I building fund. They Include: Walton Cowart, committee" be formed to do
In addition to this, the organ QB; Billy Cauley, G; Harry Bullock I
,. years past the house was provided Andy Yelvington was in something about assessments
of the custodian :and the carpet for the churchwas FB; Martin Tucker, E-HB; before the
as a part Reldsvllle, Georgia, Saturday for fiscal year beginning
t-J salary. The house is not large the funeral service of her uncle, purchased and presentedby Leonard Buono, G; George Ja I October 1, 196-1. j
rr-- the Friendly Circle, assistedby rosz, T; Mack Pelllcer; T; Allan ( j
enough for the family and the Henry Anderson. lIe passed away Just who will compose the
I t board is renting the house. suddenly Thursday eveningat the Woman's Society for Jones T; and Jack Knight, C. I "committee' is not now known,

Other business included ap his home there. Christian, Service. Any other boys who wish to nor how this group will go about -

'- proving the final budget; making He was a brother of her late The air conditioning was an tryout for the varsity, please II viewing every piece of i
gift to the church
st. additions to two bus routes; mother and also of Mrs. Robert: anonymous notify the coach or report to property in th ecounty, includ
and is not Included in the buildIng
practice at' the above mentionedtime
granted use of a school bus to Carr, a former resident of Bun. i ing each home, farm, lot, block
I fund.
f County Agent! Howard Taylor to I II neU.'I Coach Manuel said. and acerage and then assessing ,
,The new sanctuary replacesthe Several positions need to be
transport 4-H Club boys 10 camp, equally as the law provides.
r I and other routine business of original sanctuary which filled and our schedule Is tough

the board.JERRY i Russell Walker was built in 1910. This build. I this year. Therefore, It is im
l I ing is now being' used as part i perative that all players be at COMMENCEMENTFRIDAY

To Get DegreeRussell of the educational facilities of I practice every session. NIGHT
CHILD the church. The coaching staff is expectIng The Vacation Bible School at
t PASSES AWAY Walker, son of Mr. and The next step in the church some tough competition for the First Baptist Church will

r MONDAYJerry i Mrs. Gordon Walker of New building program will be a new several positions this season. hold the commencement exercises

Smyrna Beach will receive a parsonage which will be constructed This is one thing that makes at 7:30: in the church. Friday .
Childs of Felton, Dela bachelor of science degree in on the church's "Stoker a good team. will be the last day for the

ware, former resident of Bun. I chemistry from Stetson University pr perty" on N. Cherry St. at school.

nell, passed away at his home August 9. Magnolia Ave. Mrs. Imogene Strickland reported

I there August 5, according to in. j! A member of ROTC during his The third step will be construction Burns To DeathIn the school )had been very

formation received here this college years Walker also will of a complete pew educational successful with good attendance.She .
... week. lie was 65 years of age. I I I receive a commission in the building with dining Auto CrashRalph said all parents and friends

Mr. and Mrs. Childs resided I I Army Corps of Engineers. room and kitchen facilities. This will be welcome Friday evening

in Bunnell about 18 years before I President of the senior class will be on the property at the Van Dime, 67 of De.I Refreshments will be served fol.

going !to Delaware. Although he II and a member of PI Kappa Phi corner of Church St. and Lambert I Land, was burned to death in lowing the program.

had been in poor health for a I social fraternity, Walker is a I Ave., where the present the wreckage of his car Tuesday

number of years, his passing i! member of Gamma Sigma Epsilon parsonage and educational morning on Highway 1 near SMALL CLAIMS

was unexpected. Funeral arrangements national honorary chemistry I, building stands. Pelllcer Creek. His wife Mrs. COURT SESSION
were not available fraternity. lie is a member i I Elanore Van Dime, received severe Small Claims Court Judge Le-

k, at press time. of Wesley Foundation and he|I PREPLANNINGFOR burns on the upper part ola Jones reported eight cases
Among the survivors is his and his wife have been house of her body, and was admittedto continued to the August 21 ses

wife, Pearl Childs, of Felton. directors of Wesley Foundation TEACHERSThe a St. Auugstlne hospital for sion.

House for the past year. preplanning sessions for treatment.The Reporting for the July 24 and

The' world's oldest preserved,i' The prospective graduate has Flagler county school teachers car was rammed from behind August 8 sessions of the court,

fully Identified ship is Sweden's accepted a $2,000 school year as. I will begin at 8:30 A. M.. Monday by a truck carrying oxygen she rendered judgment against

Versa the National Geographic I slstantshlp In chemistry at the I August 19. Facutly members cylinders when he pulled out to Mrs. James Wimberly In favorof

Magazine says. The 1,400-ton' University of North Carolina.He i will report to their respective pass another car stopped along Mrs. Margaret Presswood, as
-< armed galleon capsized and plans to enroll in the chemistry I schools, Supervising Principal the pavement. Driver of the plaintiff. Also default judgmentwas

sank in Stockholm harbor on the I graduate school there In I John Baggett said today. truck was Henry Junior Deen of rendered against Dolan

first day of her maiden voyagein September to work on his mas School will open on Wednesday Jacksonville. Brook In favor of Mrs. Margaret

1628. The ship was raised Intact ;i. ter's degree. [ August 28 at 8:30: A. M. Craig Funeral Home of St. Au. Presswood.The .

in 1961 and will be restored ,, He Is the grandson of Mrs.A. I Further announcements will be gustine Is In charge of arrange. next session of court will

as a historic monument A. Walker of Bunnell. made at a later date. ments. be held on August 21.
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herself adJusts .
man to do while he Is gone, 816 ever be able to pick up I find out how Judith .
situation.The
THE BOOK NOOK.ALSO and what will become of her the torn' pieces of her life? I 1 to the new

THE HILLS and her unborn child if he does Then there is Judith, the lives of these people have RugBE S
France Parkinson ICe"rThis not come back Mix, his wife, yrunrest of the Farman chilorn been combined to make a story
know that her future i. uncertain She filled' with thrills, suspense, In
is a story of a typicalfamily : and a trained nurse.
but that she must keep up love, heartbreak, and
trigue
living in the him of New h' s a great love for her ooun- at
England, drutn World War II. her courage. t.y' i'd her work, bosh of which\ hope. Tills is indeed who Keys reads it
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itself be typical, children doing for her attention and 'her best. Anyone
The family may Another of the Farman J a-e It.
enjoy
of It Washington 11 the end which may keep her will thoroughly
but the accomplishments has a good Job In i : Assistant,
Library
are not. working for a senator. i f.cm marrying her childhood Service
The Farman family lived on I Her life is exciting and glamorous ; sweetheart. In the end she decides Nell Johnston. Prompt
Farman Hill, a place that few but fate is not so kind to I to go Into the service PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH II,
people had ever heard of, but, her. German spies have beep i I vvhe:-e she begins to straighten
after the oldest son went into! using her for their! tool In this i[ out her tangled thoughts. This Herds of as many will as suddenly 200000African The Flakier TribunePhone
service and was known for his country and then the whole is when tragedy strikes a.":Mi wildebeest
bravely and brilliance the family scandal is brought to light before Wha can she do with her life dart off toward a distant rain IDlewood: 7.3282
got Its first recognition. However : the courts of the country. now and how Is this new development storm. When they get there
this brings up a question: I, What will be her fate' if they to affect those left at they wait for the young grassto Bunnell Florida
what is the young wife of this find her guilty of treason? Will home* No one knows until they sprout. --. ..-----
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Thursday, August 8, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,_FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Prior to planting, treat the I ofthe Agricultural Experiment tion units at the Veterinary'I! BEACH OF THE FIRE ANTS
Gardening In Florida seed to prevent decay, pre. Stations reports research funds Science Department will be usedto II I I For centuries a portion of the
emergence, damping oth have been made available to carry out preliminary phasesof
east coast of the Federation of
(By Kerrey Sharpe) er ailments. It takes only a the Veterinary Science Department the research. I
of minutes Animal Disease I Malaya was called the Beach of
couple to treat a by the
:pon't give your lawn a close Drs. Wayne Kirkman and the Fire Ants. An enterprising
package of seed. All you do is and Parasite Research Divisionof i
shave when you return from a tear off a corner, of the packet, the U S. Department of Agri I I Frank White are currently 'Malay developed it into an
vacation.A .
toss in a small pinch of seed culture. I studying clinically recovered amusement center and changedthe
crew-cut-especially after protectant through the openingand animals with piroplamosls and name to Beach of Passionate
the grass has grown tall and mix it with the seed by According to Dr. George T. Infectious anemia a disease Love.
shaggy-Is more tortue than shaking the packet. Spergon, fiddds, experiment stations veterinarian sometimes associated with piro-
most grasses can stand. Get the, Arasan and Semesan are among and head of the Veterinary plasmosis, in an effort to learn
grass back in the well groomed : the chemicals you may chooseto Science Department, the how to properly Identify carrier
HASTINGS MATTRESS
inch grant will be used to evaluate animals and prevent further
\ habit of niplng only an or i use for treating seeds.
two at the first cutting. Then, When the plants are about 2 drugs for possible prevention of spread of these diseases. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
after three to five days mow I inches high in the flats, trans. Dlroplamosis, to treat animals, i Research on piroplamosls and 710.12 Lemon St.
of with the clinical disease and to infectious anemia is being co-
the grass down to a height I
I plant them to another box, spacing Palatka Florida
ordinated .
2 inches.Be eliminate the infective carrier with an Insect control
them about 2 Inches
Phone EA 5-9166
apart.
state in horses which have recovered program supported by Flor
sure to remove the heavy I
Before setting the plants In the
Furniture. Upholstering
from the disease. ida's Department of Agricultureand
clipping from the lawn. Leaving
garden, harden them to wind Repaired & Refinished
clippings on the lawn will al. and sun.Annuals. Piroplamosis is believed to supervised by the Animal Mattresses & Box Springs
most smother the to death. have entered this from Industry Section.
grass 'that you can plant country Made 10 Order.Also Renovated
from now until October include Cuba In 1961. The disease is Call Laura Morris 437.3233
Centipede lawns often take on Caused blood In the case of a black widow
by parasites which
alyssum baby's breath, blue. After 6:00 P. M.
leach.
a yellowish cast following spider bite the victim should
upon gaining entry to the blood
eyed African daisy, browallia
ing summer rains. be made to lie down. Ice shouldbe PRICES REASONABLE
attack and
stream, destroy the I
butterfly flower, calendula, cal.
col. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
You restore the
can green applied to the wound and the
red blood cells. It is usuallytransmitted
lippsis, candy turft, cape-mari Just '
back the affected as near as
or by spraying grass area should be kept
Office
( from carrier animals
gold, caranation Chinese forget.menot Phone or Post
with iron sulfate solution. lover '
an than /the heart. Medical'
by ticks although other Drop Us A Card Call
cornflower, Flora's paintbrush or
Apply a spray mixture of 2 tea. attention should be inv
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biting
insects may also infect Free Pick-up & Delivery
painted tongue, pansy,
spoons of the iron compoundper mediately.
3 gallons of water per 50 phlox, pink, snapdragon, statlce, healthy animals.Ciiaracretistics. .
I stock and verbena. of the disease .
feet of lawn Che
square area.
Include
i a high temperature and
lated Iron products alsq are recommended drowsiness
accelerated breath.
washed out for colored coloring lawn. up a U of F Gets GrantTo ing and heart beat and swell. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Ing of the ankles and legs. In
Don't become'alarmed if you Fight Horse IIIA the advanced stage of the disease H. CRAIG Funeral Director
discover earwigs in your lawn.A the
mucous membranes of
JOHN IIABDIN Associate
number of home owners have $57,000 research grant has the mouth and eyes become pale
reported them. been awarded the University of and yellow. AIR OXYGEN
These vicious looking little insects Florida to aid in Dr. Edds LADY
the fight who has 25 years CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
may startle you. However, against equine proplamosis, the of experience in teaching and ATTENDANT
the conspicuous pair'of hooksat parasitic blood disease which research on drugs and their AMBULANCES
the end of their abdomen belies .
could serious will
pose a economic usage head the research
their ()()ks. Earwigs, do not threat to Florida's horse in- project. The veteran researcher Phone ID 7-3532 '
live up to the superstition of at. .
dustry. explains that experimentally Infected
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
tacking people in the ear. Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, director horses housed In isola- .
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Station entomolgist, says earwigs .

are hearmless to humans When fun-time counts you drive, there's a Standard gasoline that's '
and are not apt to damage
lawns. just right for its needs-Crown Extra, Crown or

He says they 'are commonly STANDARD STANDS OUT Economy Crown. Each is famous for long-run

found beneath boards, in wood ning mileage,dependable performance,top power -
piles, under leaves and In other Sparkling GO!Is that what you want from your 'at'its price. Standard gasolines offer all the

plant material. They become car? Then try the gasolines that are custom power your car can use-and not a nickel wast-
in well
lawns.
Earwigs numerous are largely kept scavengers, made to keep your engine and fuel system ed! So always: stop at the familiar Standard

feeding on dead and decaying sparkling clean -today's Standard gasolines, sign, where we take better care of your car.
organic matter. They rarely dam. Dixie's most popular motor fuels.Whatever car STANDARD O'IL COMPANY"' (KENTUCKY)

age plants.In '.
the event you find earwigsare
becoming a nuisance, you
can try chlordane or toxaphene. ....
Many of the earwigs will survive
the insecticide application.
However the feeling that you
are getting revenge will give
you a moral victory even if the : :: ,;:il :> < ; earwigs remain as unwanted . ,,1r t- : , ;. :.
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Watch out for army worms in ,',; "!t 13" ,'I $ ' ., "jl r'I t ff "r t : s .IM
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the lawn. They can ruin Bermuda '
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and St. Augustine grassin > : :
a hurry. Sevin , ,
or toxaphenewill .,.- 'J,', ;, <,
control this
pest if used
according to the manufacturer's ;
recommendations. DDT, an: old '/'.
stand-by chemical, will kill the :
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ANNUALSGet ) t
ready for fall annuals. 4.A r.

Remember, most of the choice >f',>::,.
annuals are planted during August : ; ,
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and September.For .< : i ", '
best results university or. + :"r;: '
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1 these shallow boxes you can

control conditions better than if r ,'
you planted the seed in the flow '
er garden.To .
insure disease-free seedlings .
purchase disease free M
seeds and plant them in clean
soil. You can make the soil free
of most germs, weed seeds and

soil pests by baking the earthIn A rt > a
an oven for an hour and a
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for using our raw food from the seas can be more fully verted from the .
Sea Algae' and products in a more efficient explored," the food specialist I tree bark to stir into your cof 6,000 years ago.Disassembled
manner. I stresses. Blue-green algae, similar -, food parts used
Cellulose Be fee.In words, foods are not new foods are
is
May 1 to pond scum, already. other i for reconstructing
"Some and animals be In their! and fat
plants being evaluated as an Important always considered to i principally carbohydrate
Man's Future Food"Man have been totally ignored as I, source of man's food, but final and perfect form. They are j I I components. With the recent development
possible human food stockpiles," other ocean Inhabitants could viewed as collections of of protein flour, many
may someday derive G. D. Khun, assistant food ml- :, also be scrutinized for food content cal components which cheml.1 foods may be remodeled, and
his food from sea algae or cellulose crobilogist with the Food Technology taken apart and new t prepared foods may be
," according to Agricultural and Nutrition Depart suit the scientists plan. born.
Experiment Station research ment, points out. "For example, Along the science.fiction line, like tearing down a house and I I
ers with the University of Flor cellulose In plant tissue has often which has become fact, is the using the same blocks, wood and I So whether it's a matter of
( ida's Food Technology and Uu- i been branded as unpalatable molecular "disassembly" theory. meal to construct a silo. keeping mold from forming on
trillion ,Department. ," he explains. "True humans This would be a new approach Food reassembly is not a radical -I a loaf of bread or preparing an
: foods out of made from sea algae,
can't digest cellulose In i to squeezing new ex- exotic soup
merely an
but
invention,
Recent advances in agricultureand its natural state; but it can be I old sources. Plant and animal food 1 scientists and technologistsare
food science have given us changed by several recent processes tissue would be "disassembled"or tension of a common practice. I answering the challenge
of high quality I' basic mole. The extraction of sugar from sugar enough good food !to
a greater variety which would make It a broken down to bar' produce
food from which to select, wholesome food with high energy I i cules, and rebuilt into more appealing cane for use in Bread a candy, for instance I I provide a sufficient supply for
the scientists state. However, value." foods. is an example. i today's rapidly expanding world'
primarily
which scientists was prepared

there are many keys population.
can use to unlock pos. "The potential. of a harvest Imagine having a sugar con from grain flour, a modification I
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er James Arthur Babbitt, Sr., was Rhode Island.
honored Thursday with a dinner I Ladies of the church guild
for his birthday which was Au will meet today (August 8) at
FRIEDMAN.WHITAKER PLACLER WOMAN'S I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney
3rd. Those attending the 2 P.M. In the sacntuary with
RHEARSAL PARTY I CLUB NEWS dinner gust and enjoying birthday and children, Kenny, Donna and Mrs. Bertha Bordner, hostess.
HONORED AT DINNERMr. I i I Joyce, left Monday for a visit
Mrs. Jasper White, presidentof
cake Ice :
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cream with relatives In Ocala and Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M.
and Mrs. Leonard Moody the Flagler Woman's Club,I Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Radford Clermont. with classes for all ages. At the
were hosts at their home In wishes to remind the club memo from Newell, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs.I ..11 o'clock worship hour Rev. R.
Venice Park Friday evening for. bers of the final summer business William Babbitt and children, I
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover W. Dickert will speak on "Things
the Friedman Whitaker rehearsal I meeting Wednesday, Aug.I Brenda, Vickie, and Billy, Mr.I Mrs. Edward Kruger and Mrs. That Cannot Be Shaken."
party. I ust 14, beginning at 9:30 A. M. Jr.,
and Mrs. Judson Stryker Inez Crenshaw are expected to
A buffet dinner was served Mrs. Charles SIndelar and I ..... .. .
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children, David Debby week In North Carolina. They I II t PETERSON
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was centered with red gladolla brunch preceding the meeting.Mrs. .
attended the Conference on
arranged In an oblong milk I Miss Jill and Miss I SERVICE
Frank Brede wishes to Rooney Methodism In an EcumenicalAge I
glass holder. Guests were seated Debbie Coulson from Jackson. ROAD SERVICE I
say "thanks" to all who helped sponsored by World Methodist I
; .at small tables arranged on the make the cafeteria dinner last ville spent last Friday visiting Council at Lake Junaluska, Light Mechanical Work
lawn along the water front. I Sunday the success It was and with Jill's grandparents, Rev. N. C. They also visited with I I Phone 437.3441 BunneU
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Mrs. Moody was : for the public's patronage. and Mrs. R. N. Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Massie In

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and Mrs. O L. Fleetwood, all I. Harold Massie home was most Johnny and Scotty, returned to FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
sisters of the bride elect, and al. enjoyable with 55 members and I,their home In Miami after
so Mrs. George Moody, Jr. I friends attending. Mrs. Massie, spending a week visiting with \ --IW
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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mJJ Samml WJiitat W11.o topped with white sweetheart Dorsey of Gainesville Georgia; Visiting here this week with
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I roses. The cake was flanked and Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Mercerof Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Britt are his

with white tapers held by sil Hastings. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P.

ff/r,. oLouti ..rrltdman Salu.Ja, ver candelsticks. Britt of Parrish, Florida.
MRS. HATTZE KENDALL
Miss Samuella Whitaker became carried The punch table was overlaid
crescents of HONORED
WITH A
yellow daises
the bride of Mr. Louis and with a white Italian cutwork DINNER Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor

Friedman In a beautiful candlelight The bride pom-pom, given mums.In cloth centered with a crystal PARTY Buckles at their beach cottage

ceremony atthe First Bap- by her father, wore a full marriage length punch bowl. Crystal candlesticksheld Mrs. Eugenia Allen and Mrs. last week were Mrs. Jerry Buckles -

list Church of Bunnell at five gown of Bridal "taffeta. The fitted lighted white tapers. Jessie Muzyka were hostesses at and children, Steve and

o'clock p.m., August 3. The Rev.' bodice featured a scooped Mrs. Haskel Dorsey and Mrs.. a dinner given Monday evening Craig of Holly Hill.

Thomas Pinner, Jr., pastor of the' neckline appliqued with alecon Ray Mercer, sisters of the bride, honoring Mrs. Hattie Kendall' of

church, officiated In :the impres lace and adorned with seed served the cake. Presiding at Shelbyville, Indiana, who was Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrs of

sive double ring ceremony.The pearls. The sleevs were three. the punch bowl was her sister, visiting here with her sister in Twin City, Georgia, are spend.

bride Is the daughter of quarter length with an appliqueof Mrs. O. L. Fleetwood and Mrs. law, Mrs. John Kendall. ing some time at their home

Mr. and Mrs. 1.. M. Whitakerof lace at the bottom. John Rice.Greeting. Invited guests were membersof here, East Lambert Avenue.

Bunnell. The bridegroom is The bell shape skirt was also the guests were Mrs. the Royal Neighbors. Mrs.

the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. appliqued with the lace in front Leonard Moody, sister of the Kendall is a former member of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff

Friedman of DeLand. with the back of her gown featuring bride, and Mrs. Marvin Strick the local camp when she resided McGrlff this week is hejjather

Forming the setting for the a watteau train which land. They were assisted by here. She is now a mem Mr. Newsome'of Galn i JUe.

wedding scene were tall arrangements ended in a petal design and was Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach and Mrs. ber In Shelbyville. .
M. B. Fuller. VisIting here with Mr. and
appliqued with
of white chrysanthemums the alecon lace
motif. II Miss Cella Joyce Emery kept Mrs. W. H. King and Mr. and
gladoll, and stock. The I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis are
the bride's book. Passing the Mrs. Blon Matherly are Mr. and
arrangement was centered witha Her bouffant veil of silk Illusion leaving this weekend for, New
rice bags were Eula Lee Moody Mrs. 'Otto C. Lucht of Decatur,
double candelabra holding was attached to a pillboxhat Orleans. While there they will
and Rebecca Mercer, neices of Illinois. Mrs. Lucht is the
white tapers. This was flanked of the same material as her attend the graduation ceremonyof
: the bride. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. King
with palm placks. gown with the alecon lace the School of Nursing of
The couple left on a honeymoon and the sister of Mrs. Matherly.She .
Soloist was Mrs Frank crown. Charity Their
Hospital.
Clegg I trip to South Florida. daughter is the former Irene King of
of New Smyrna tseacn. t/rgan- She carried a white prayer Mrs. Friedman chose for traveling I Mrs. Judith Clyde Park, Is Bunnell.
1st was Mrs. A. C. Kelly of Pa. book topped with a corsage of' a charcoal sheath dress a member of the graduatingclass.

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latka.
white rose buds and feathered I with a short: jacket and white Mrs. Bill Burton of Ft. Lauderdale .
Jim Grose of DeLand
was best carnations with an attached casCade trim Her accessories were white is the guest of her parents,

man and the bridegroom man of white fugi mums. I and her flowers was the rose The Young Adults of the First Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen.
was Edward Zeller of Bunnell. Mrs. Whitaker chose for herdaughter's I I II
Ushers James bud corsage detached from the Methodist Church will meet at
were Cook and wedding a muted I bridal boquet. the George Clegg Home in Haw Miss Lottie Stone has return.
Marvin Strickland
of
The bride had her Bunnell. :I gold shantung gown. She wore Upon their return they will Creek Sunday afternoon at 3 o' ed to her home in Waterbury,
as matron matching accessories and a wil be at home at 240 PlymouthAve. clock for an Ice cream party. I Conn., after spending two weeks
of honor her college roommate,!t low-green pillbox hat of velvet I
., DeLand. All young adults of the churchare here visiting with friends. She
Mrs. H. D. Smith of West Palm
-- petals. Her corsage was pink Among the out of town guests Invited. was the house guest of Miss
Beach. Serving as maid of hon sweetheart I
roses. .Lucille Walker.
were Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Nordan
or was her neice, Miss Elizabeth Mrs. Friedman wore a white I _
and
daughter, Lois, of Dothan .r
Rev. and Mrs. Howard R. Porter
of Gainesville
Dorsey Georgia. Imported linen gown with light Ala. Mrs. t Richard Yelvlngton from Phoenix
; Margaret Harms and
and son, Paul, left
Tuesdayfor
The bridesmaids
and maid of blue
I embroidery and fashioned Mrs. H. D. Smith of West Palm Arizona, arrived Monday fora
two weeks
a vacation in the
honor
were dressed in Identical sheath
along lines. Her accessories Beach; Mrs. J. p. Boshnla and mountains of North Carolina.Rev. visit with his mother, Mrs.
gowns of peau satin in willow were white and her flowers Mr. Annie Laurie
and Mrs. J. A. Bottrebusch Yelvington. Mr.
Porter is of
pastor the First
green, Their dresses had ,
necklines and scooped was a corsage of yellow Jr., of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church of Bunnell. Yelvington Is with the Treasury
three-quarter sweetheart roses. O. F. Fleetwood and daughters, Department in Washington.Mr. .
length sleeves. The skirt
was Following the ceremony, a Kathy and Genny of San Mateo
; Members of the Methodist
belled and accented at (the waist
reception was given In the Mr. and Mrs.. E. L. Friedman, Youth and Mrs. H. H. Murray
Fellowship who attendeda
with a set-1n cummerbund and church parlor. '
Mr. and Mrs. 'Jim Gross, and district have returned home after a visit
double looped bow at the back. meeting in St. Augustine
The bride's table was overlaid Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly, and Mr. in Ridgeland, N.c., with relatives. .
Sunday afternoon and
Their headpieces were of thee with eve
an Imported white linen and Mrs. On their return
Martin Clark of De- trip they
same material, giving cloth ning were Butch McDaniel, John
a pillbox and
centered with a three- Land Mr. were called to
; and Mrs. Frank Mulberry, Florida
Cleggof Cook, Paul Porter
" effect with short circular face tiered Carol Frymanand
wedding cake. It was embossed New Smyrna Beach; Mrs. A. Jennie Higginbotham.! by the sudden death'of Mrs.Murray's .
veils. They wore matching shoes They
with clusters of white C. Kelly of Palatka Mrs. uncle.
and short white ; Has. were acccompanied there by
gloves. They silver tipped wedding bells and kel
Dorsey and Miss
Elizabeth Rev. and Mrs. Howard, Porter .. (Turn to page 10 please)
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I Notice is hereby given that the
I. Allen 221
, I j Jhl .Jitlo"lrr OJrtbunrHtJVNKLl State Road Department will hold
U Revel 4 1 0 a public hearing concerning the

spoRT fc. Weaver t. 4 0 1 FLORIDA County proposed, Florida extension of State In Road Flagler 100

I C. Gollen 4 1 0 designation from Its present terminus -
at State Road 5
long State :JYSsf.f. Ilt'od
: i -'-J Road 5
MH8. M. B, FULLER. EJltorU..I..all.1
11. nil In Bunnell: and thence to
',.:. 37 9 14 State Road AlA In Flagler Beach

I I Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7..R H E Mate Road ll designation from
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3JiISUNNELL I ONIrUI 1'ubllcMtlvB Road 5 (U S. No 1) In
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I for 1.lIbll.yell"\ .. .1 KtaglerI'viint Flagler Beach to ".,. discontinued.
M. C. 3211200 9144 I ), Municipalities tkercla Hearing to be held in the Courtroom

RESTAURANTWINS pitched a good ball game. Lisa Umpire Pache; scorer White. and the Mate"' *f Fl.rlda Bunnell In Flagler Florida County on August Courthouse 16 1963

TU for the Restaurant at 2:00 PM (EST).
PONY TAIL CROWN on, pitching --- "
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WINS persons wishing to be. heard
Bunnell Restaurant the was smooth and she PUCE HUGAS are hereby notified to
6} won very I | Entered as second class matter said hearing.JOHN appear at
had the church team hitting the I II BATTING CROWN
Bunnell Rec. Dept. Ponytail | February 6. 1918 at the postofflce I K. PHILLIPS

crown for 1963 by defeating the 1 I ball on the ground. i I Puge Hugas won the Ponytail at Uunnell. I l-'lorlda, under act of I Chairman.Florida State State Road Road Department Board.

First Methodist Church team Nancy Rodgers and D. Deen batting crown with 678 average. Mnnh 3, ttih" August 1 -8-2tc

19 to 9. j I I had three hits each. Sharon : Puge who held onto her lead IN THE COUNTY JUD E'<' COURT.

Townsend had four for the I\ ANI) FOR FI.AUI.KH fOlN-
In their first game of the se restaurant throughout the series beat out Onyenr .................."_.."$2.50 TV. KLOHIDt. IN ..U 011 ATE.

1, ries the Restaurant won 32.18 All the girls played a Sharon Townsend and Sarlta I SU month .. ..... .......... ".n IN ESTATE THE 'MATTER OFFRANK OF THE

it Wednesday night. Thursday good championship game. Bradley who finished up the I II P. DILOER. Deceased

night the church team had a season In second and third place. I NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORUEIt
Bunnen Restaurant Ab R H I I JVOUTII OHMOM DRAINAGE OF ADMINISTRATION' !<

I I 9 to 8 lead going into the top J. Crews 300L. Nancy Rodgers Brenda Aaron i DISTRICT< All persons UNNKCESSARY having: claims de.
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; of the sixth. Vicki Moore, De- Weaver 2 0 0 Mechele Stefllk, Becky FilUnger, NOTICE or LAND OWNER I mands against the estate of Frank
MIITIMJ: : P.
I I j lores Deen got base hits on an V. Moore 5 1 2 Lisa Tilton, Delores Deen afl I Dllger., are hereby the above notified named that decedent an

; error by the short fielder on D. Deen :5 2 3 were peppering the ball all over I meeting Notice of In the hereby Owners given of that Land a order of been administration entered by the unneces Ron-

( the field In the Ituated! In the North Ormond =tl&lT
Nancy Rodgers' line drive that N. Rodgers 5 2 3 playofb I K. McKnlght county
Drainage District I nndFlagler
gave them two runs to go a- 1. Tilton 4 2 Trophies and awards will be I Counties1 I IhJr Ii">: called Judge of said: that estate the exclusive total cash of value that

4 given out In the future. to be held at the office of the DIstilct exempt under tie constitution
head 109. near and
S. Seabreeze
Townsend 5 3 at 420 Boulevard laws of the State of Florida. Is
\Daytona Bench Florida: .
same being $3.000.00; that the
Hits by Lisa Tilton, Sharon M. Wadsworth 4 0 Z DIAMOND COULD BE HARDER In the County of Volusla on addresses of those to names whom said and
B. 'Ullnger 4 1 Thursday. August 29, 1963 at 2 o' estate has been assigned
by such
Townsend and double clock 1' M. for the
a by Though a diamond Is the purpose of elect order are as follows:
S. McM11lan 4 0 jig Supervisors and for any other Rebecca Lewis
Becky Fllllnger gave them two J. Brown 3 hardest natural substance, It business that may come before the Box 99 Bunneil Fla Dllger: Route 1,
3 1
} more runs to make it 129. lisa could be harder. Diamond meeting.At Berthola !Rasmussen 6553 Glen-
even such election, each and
Cody 1 0 0 wood Avenue Chicago
10,
Tilton and the Restaurant ever 111.
team acre of land In the District
Dated this 29th
atoms are loosely. arranged day of July, 1963.
represent one share and each own. /SRebecca Lewis
played \tight ball the last two Dllger.
compared to those i iZO in er shall be entitled to one vote in Aug. 1.8.16'22-Uo
Innings to hold the church team person or by proxy in writing duly
45 12 many metals; less than half the signed for each acre of land owned IN THE CIRCUIT

i scoreless and gave the reastau- Methodist Church Ab R H available space is used. A diamond by him represent in such their District Guardians ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT. ,SEV I\
may Wards Executors AND FOR
rant FLAGLER
team the '
\ crown. M. Stefllk 4 3 4 would be denser if individual and Administrators may represent FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 4705 COI'NTY

: Grace and M. Stefllk had 7 C. Wadsworth the Estate of deceased persons JOHN K. FAULHABER,
3 1 atoms in its lattlcelike
I and ,_
I Private Corporations may .... "...""..
:1 hits between them. C. Pache C. Pache 4 0 3)) structure were surrounded, not I duly oe repreaeniea authorized oy gents.ineir omcers or LOUISE FAULHABER.V N

} had three hits. The church team Mj. Knight 4 1 by 4, but by 12 equidistant I It Is ordered that this Notice be Defendant.

put up a good game. M. Knight C. Stetllk 4 0 3I atoms as in, hard metals. I incutlve published once weeks a week In the for two Daytona conS NOTICE TO ANSWER!'APPEAR AND

Reach Observer. . a newsoaner nub- IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE
limed in Voiusla County Florida, OF FLORIDA
.
and The Flatrier Tribune a news- TO: LOUISE FAULHABER
e
naper published In Flagler County. You
are hereby
notified that
I II Florida. Date of first publication suit has been brought against you a
L August 8. 1963. In the Circuit Court of Flagler
I By order of
County, Florida, In Equity by
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS JOHN K. Plaintiff\
FAULHABER.
V. Guy Dav. '
Secretary. and you are hereby required to
'" Aug. 8-18-22-SteTAV file personally or by attorney
I > :: ',)I\f\ EQUALIZATION with the Clerk of said Court your
MEETING written defenses, if any. to the
Notice Is
herf'byInn that the
complaint in said suit
on or before
1963 Tax Roll for
Flagler County the list
day of August, A. D.
I la
now for Public
inspectionat 1963
and
also to
.
the once serve a copy of
of D. D. Moody, Tax your written defenses upon Messrs.
Assessor, during regular office Osslnsky &
;,It t'i hours. Krcl Attorneys for
Plaintiff at their office address
i ',' Notice Is also given that the 411 Main Street Daytona Beach at
Board of
County Commissioners
.. of Florida,
: on or before the list day
'. 't Flagler County will meet with the of August, A. D. 1963 as required
.!r. \ County Tax Assessor at the County by Florida Rules of Court and
Pommlwsioners' room In the Court herein fall
not or Decree l'ro
house Bunnell, Florida, at the hour Con
Il of 10'00 A. 9tt. fesso and Final Decree will be
:
i : on Monday Septem entered against t
by
I you default.
1 aN : her 2nd.A.of hearing I> |9<3, for the purpose That the namofroft. the Court In
.:{ r complaints and receiving which. said suit has been I Instituted
testimony as to the value Is the Circuit
of any property real Court Seventh Judicial -
or personal
1K ., ; ,: ;: as fixed by the County Assessor for Flagler Circuit County of Florida, In and
r of Taxes and for thet Florida In
; ,purpose of
Equity and
perfecting reviewing that the title of said
f and equaliz cause la
fs ing the assessments, the value of You as herelnabove set forth.
are further
." which shall have been Axed the notified that the
.. by nature of
said suit is a suit for
sMd + : changed by him. divorce.
County Assessor of Taxes or WITNESS
DATED at my hand and seal of
Bunnell.
Florida this
'. office at
atI 6th day of August A. D. 1963. .fufn1lh Florida, this 25th
; ,' Ii ;'. day of 1963.
l (
''tjl ,
,
,. ,. .. M, "l a11CO MMIIS10NERSOFY the EMIL Circuit A. SMYTHE, as Clerk of
Court of Flagler
\ '' FLAOLER
l'I COUNTY
', r .. FLORIDA County Florida
(Circuit Court
By:: C, H. Cowart. Chairman OSSINSKY & KROL Seal)
ATTEST:: E. A SMYTHE Clerk Solicitors I for Plaintiff I
August 8-15-2tc 411 Main Street

--- Daytona Beach, Florida
IN THE
CIRCUIT COURT OFKLAnLEii Aug. 1.8.1II'2-4to
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY: NO. 4701
IN TIIR
THOMAS A. HENNESSEY CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH!: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
',' Plaintiff OK FLORIDA IN AND FOR

KATHLEEN'A. HENNESSEY FI.AQLER COUNTY IN CIIANG-
REV NO. 4697
ilf'f Defendant. MICHAEL L. JOHNSON,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
j,, TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO': Plaintiff,
t KATHLEEN A. HENNESSEY Catherine EY Johnson
c/o New Jersey State Hospital ,

Hammonton (Ancora), New NOTICE OF SUIT Defendant.

Jersey IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
You are hereby notified that asuit I OF FLORIDA.
has been filed against you in I TO: Catherine E. Johnson
the above entitled cause; and you 1823 Buffalo Road
are hereby required answer F Drive. Apartment No. 1
with. the ktoorlhr.o'gO t, Erie pe I&
and to serve a copy thereof upon YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, that a suit In equity has been
whose name and address 1st brought against you by Michael
1 MI RAY SELDEN I* Johnson in the Circuit Court
Selden Building of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
Daytona Beach Floridanot Florida. In and for Flagler County
later than August 27, A. D. 19t3. i and are hereby summoned,
eloD or
If you fall to do so, decree pro required to file
your
I r confesso will be entered against written answer or defense to the
tou for the relief demanded in the complaint filed herein against
f' of complaint. The nature of in the above entitled cause In you the
said suit being for divorce. office, of the Clerk of the Circuit
WITNESS my hand and seal ofaid Court In and for Flagler
> Wherever You Go Court this 23rd day of July Florida, at his office In the County Court
y AD. 1913.Official House In Bunnell. Florida, on
I ( Seal E. A. SMYTHE hofnra Anmnmt *{. ,oa. -i or I
It'1 Clerk or said circuit Court serve a copy -of-uc-ti- answer
By Julia It Harvey &fn.upo John or l
/

\1; Keep in Touch: by Long Distance July 25 & Aug. 1.8.16-4to Deputy Clerk tog address New Is. Smyrna attorney Suite? 310 Beach,J2'herein Bank,Chlsholm.Florida Bulld-whose


IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, and the Florida Rule of Civil Pro-
IV AND FOI1 FLAOLER COUJI- cedure. If you fall to do
'I so. a decree
4 TV, FLORIDA. PROBATE NO. pro confesso will b* entered
Pick the and call back ; In He: Estate of against you for the relief demand
up phone home. > WALTER BANKOW8KI ed in the complaint
Deceased.
CITATIONThe The name ot the court In which
this suit, has
Nothing's so easy and nothing's so nice. . for saying. BANKOWSKI State of whose Florida residence to CASIMER and Circuit Court been of the Instituted Seventh Is Ju-the

,, address Is 197 Dtckerson Street Florida:: Cand'the' abbreviated tje

"I miss you and wish you were here." LAW Newark.HENRY New BANKOWSKI Jersey and ,BROI8-whose of son thls cause Is Johnson y. John.

residence and address Is State Colony It III hereby
Woodbine New Jersey, and order and ordered that thlll
notice
Next time you're away, why don't you call back home? all You other are person hereby concerned notified that: a once weeks a In week The for shall tour be consecutive publllhed ",

petition has been filed In said court newspaper Flagler Tribune a
praying for the assignment of published in Bunnell,
dower on behalf of JADWIGA Iogga generalyci culation indFlag.
BANKOWSKI. widow of Walter ter Count
\1 Bankov ski" Deceased and you are
herebyequlred to file your written sadlTCI cuitmyCourt
de?>... ,.0 thereto within forty days of 1'lagler
\. Southern J Bell after the first publication or postIng laid County.court Florida, and the seal of

L . ,1L 1 #: : I hereof. Should you fall there County. Flor1daon at Bunnell. Flacler
in, decree will be entered In due of the 11th day
1t : w July 1963,
/)
... ---1IIi4 th . course upon said petition. i (Court Seal) E. A.
1 & Vt t WITNESS hand SMYTHS
'" i) ,; my and the seal Clerk
Circuit
of said Court at Bunnell. Flagler Court
.:' County 23rd Flagler County, Florida
.;. .1ioW.thl. day of JOHN E CIIISLLOLM
< July A.
"" f Attorney for
T. K. McKNIOHT. Suite 110. Dank Plaintiff
"
County Dulldln&
July 25 Aug. 1815UC Judge. July li Sint And Florida
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,. THK FLAGLEK TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, August 8, 1963

I -- -' -- ,
Books Are Dish bird can peck the others with the-walk had to be removed for ..--
My out retaliation; the bottom bird his own safety. !

By Dorothy Homans. gets pecked by everyone. Community
Lurking Chickens
!' The Flagler Woman's Club Hierarchy Help Low-ranking birds lurk in out. Memorial Church

"'j (From pas 7) Library has been given the A flock that has establisheda I of-the-way places, feed after I I 1..1...........

John Cyzyckl of Korona and Rockwells' new complete bookof stable hierarchy does better r others have fed, and'move about AIR CONDITIONED

I his son In law and daughter, "Flower Arrangement" by than a flock In which the mem cautiously, trying to avoid encounters Ouytona Aye
,J Dr. and Mrs. Joe Panella, have, Harold Massie in memory of bership is frequently shifted. They often appear lean
,, returned to Meredosla, Ohio Charles Parker. Birds In an unstable flock fight and rumpled. High-ranking I FLAGLER.BEACH
I, from a vacation spent visiting I F. F. Rockwell and Esther more, suffer more wounds, eat birds move around fearlessly, Sunday School 10:00: A M.
Yellowstone National Park. ThePanella's Grayson are nationwide authorities less, and gain less. Hence chick. and seldom avoid their superiors I I' Church Service 11:00 A. Ma .
'I of Mere- en ranchers now take pains to When pecked they seem to
are residents on flowers and gardening. I I I W DICKERT.'Nato,
Is Rockwell editorof avoid mixing chicken flocks. take it lightly.
dosia and Mr. Cyzyckl on an Mr. was garden BVBIIVO\K WBltOMK
extended visit there with them. th New York Times for Young! Dominant hens tend to have I I I
Homemakers and the Farm higher I. Q'a as measured by a Snobs though they ae, chick.
MrWl ens do have some Intelligence.Some .
Dean Holland Is expectedto Journal. The book is an American fowl Intelligence test consistingof I It-iv'
return home this week. She Guild book. The RockwellsIn grains of corn placed In a have learned to play SERVICEALL (

and her sister, Mrs. Bill Ham- "this book teach you the art line on the floor. Every grainIs miniature baseball and even de. I
fastened down liver an egg direct to a chef'sfrying MAKES
securely so
rick of Jacksonville, spent some of flower arrangement. Their I
time visiting points In North "Now We Come To Color" tells that It can't be eaten.. Chicken pan. Others are sitting Agent For
pretty In a new V-shaped nest,
Carolina. They also visited In you more about color than most intelligence is graded on how
Athens, Georgia, with their brother art book do. Their "Vocabulary"of fast a hen learns to peck at the designed so the eggs always fall RCA & PHILCOTUBES
loose on soft straw that cannot be
in law and sister, Mr. and Color as they call It and grains only. & ANTENNAS SOLD
kicked aside by the hen.
Mrs. George Deen. their color chart define tints, Social status also depends on I I AND INSTALLED
hues, and shades. The 92 illustrations i length of residence. A hen will Chickens also have some curious I II
Mrs. Stella Layton has return. in color are so beautiful win more encounters in her own i i I rules to decide who their TUBES TESTED FREETV
ed to her home here from the they are startling. Just yard than In another yard. mother Is. A newborn chick will
local hospital where she under. some red geraniums in a bowlis Bluffing as well as superior i accept almost anything that BobFLACLER
went surgery. like a French oil painting.In fighting ability also seems to moves-even a rubber ballasIts
I this book you have a flow help decide questions of rank. I I mother, following it about
Miss about the Hens and cocks have separate and attempting to nuzzle underit BEACH
Mrs. A. C. Rodgers and I lea show. You learn
peck orders. The cocks are more for security. ] PHONE HE 9-2204
Sara Rodgers spent the past history of flower arrangement.Did I I
II weekend In Tampa visiting with you know the Greeks never pugnacious and likely to revolt . -.
: Mrs. Rodgers' son, Carol Rodgers. I made bouquets of flowers. They against a superior. They can i -
lose caste In dramatic fashion.
I made wreaths instead. There are
7 Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Britt hadas stunning digrams easy ,to read One cockrel that ranked next to 24 HourWrecker -R..
I their guests several days last at a glance of how to set tables the top in a flock suffered an ServiceFlagler

I weekend her parents, Mr. and with flowers, how to make bouquets eye wound, and was removedto
j Mrs. Arthur Combs of Mac. how to make flower bou- a hospital pen. The eye
I clenny. yuets for costumes. And ad. healed, and !the bird returned to Truck & Tractor C'Ot
dresses where :you can send for the flock he had almost domi

CARD OF THANKS materials to work with. You are nated. .. MASSEY.FERGUSON '
: I would like to express my told how to dry flowers. A calendar But his social status had disappeared Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
and
sincere thanks and appreciation o of months tells you what he was peckedby
t to 'my friends for the beautiful I flowers are at the florist and even the lowliest memberof VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
the flock. Five
1 flowers, cards, and visits duringmy what are in the garden at different days after Owner v Bunnell Floridasend
I ,
his return the onetime cock of-
recent stay In the hospital. times of the year. A be. .

thoughtfulness has meant ginner with a few day lilies _._- -- ---
much to me and also helped to can make a superb flower arrangement

speed my recovery. from this book. ,
Mrs. Stella Layton. Churches might like to buy the I ,
book "Religious Themes in
1 I The southermost town in the Flower Arrangements" by Rlth ,
,,, .
\ .
: :(Y .j : '1 "
I '' world Is Pureto Williams, Chile. Mullins, recommended by the ; .f i, ,, ,'1"'
j\ \ :'The, Island community of some Rockwells.And n
\ ::30 people is only 680 miles from did you know there Is a L:

I Antarctica's Palmer Peninsula. new carnation that is fine for i"t .\' I
; "
I
its design? Flowers aud buds t: ': 'r' t ,
.
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grow on long graceful sprays.Its 1' !
CLASSIFIEDADS! name, "Elegance." This book : '",., ,(:,.;;.. -:. :, .\ '
has elegance. The topographyIs
elegant. No space wasted. No :
; I
space begrudged. So you get the
11 headlines and the chapter head. ,,., <

I WstI.is ...... .... rivals .... Ings. The style Is elegant slm-
S ...... ... w... .ell ....../... 'Jllcity, the style of experts. A j', ..
I Ttt .t.1 ....1... e'arg..
I book for all who like flowers
,:" ,
I SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain and art. Even for those who '", : ',
I fields Installed; snail: shell. Reasonable do not like flower arrangementsof
I prices. Call George Ja- which I am one.

roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf ,J.. 'I"

1 HELP WANTED-Couple to run Chicken Ranchers

..restaurant, living quarters In.
cluded. Must have experience. Kowtow to Their
I Will pay great percent of gross

to right party. Animal Land, Snobbish Hens
I I AlA,' 10 miles north of Flagler ,

Beach. 8-1-tf. Chickens are born snobs, anda
smart poultryman is as con.
I FOR RENT-Two Bedroom duplex Florida
.
scious of social rank as a protocol some
apartment, screen porch.
-
officer at a royal banquet.
K 2 hone ID 7.3304. 4-4-U
Biologists have found that

f' /WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus- when two hens meet for the first homeThe s
t' Corners Call Harris Appliance & time, they either fight or one ;

Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. gives way without fighting. The
AUjt 30-tfc one that "chickens out" is
henceforth inferior to the other. %

'j The dominant hen not only "Made In Florida" label

JOHNSTON'Sr'AGLER pecks her with Impunity, but graces thousands of different products ..:.
t BEACH REALTY CO. has first rights at the food .made, grown and processed b,
.*.. is. HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, trough,
WATER FaUN, FARMS, boxes. Why not tempt the folks back home .;
t ACREAGE Through a series of such en. with a surprise gift or two . souvenirs s
:ice u. for your real estate needs counters, a flock of hens quickly of your Florida? Let them know '
Office Phone HE 9.2242 establishes a social hierarchy or there's plenty more where that came
Residence Phones ID 7.3691or "peck order," the National Geo,i from. (More sunshine,surf,opportunity,
ID 7.3517: graphic Society says., The top I recreation' laughter, leisure and fun for

f .- ___ I instance!) And tell them they're welcometo
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take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361 .; ) ,

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