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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 23, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 62, NO. 29 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1964 $2.60 A YEAR

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; Leslie Pache Is FIRE SIREN WILL I:''Emery Brooks I I LITTLE THEATRE County Board

MARK MEETING OF PRESENTS FOUR
Commended For Funeral Service Asking PublicTo
FIRE DEPARTMENTFire I PLAYS FRIDAY

His Youth WorkLeslie Chief Charles Worley Was Held FridayRobert Four plays will be presentedby I Budget Meet

said today he will sound the I the Little Theatre at the
Pache, who has servedas I Emery Brooks of Mlms 'ThIs Is the time of year when
fire siren each month to mark Bunnell High School Auditorium
a recreation director of Bun passed away early Friday mom- I I the Board of County Commissioners .
the meeting of the fire department I Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
nell for the past four years, received Ing at the Bunnell General start working on the annual
One blast of the siren at I "The Busy Bees" will have
a surprise recognition Hospital after a short illness. : county budget' and in this
7:45: each second Wednesday the following all-girl cast: Patty
Monday from the city commlsslon. Mr. Brooks was born In Green week's issue of The Tribune'
night will signal the membersof Reynolds, Jennie Solomon, Carol
': In recognition his voluntarily Cove Springs and resided in there is published the tentative
:
the volunteer department Hardln, Robin Pelllcer, CherylMcGriff
t organizing and directingthe Bunnell about 30 years before budget. The notice says the ;
j meeting. Peggy Reynolds, and
recreation program without I going to Mlms. He was 55 yearsof meeting is "for the purpose of
Chief Worley said they have Elayne Weeks.
compensation the commission sixteen members of the department age. "When Mama Went Away"will hearing complaints or objectionsto
, presented him with an engraved I He was a member of Bunnell the adoption of the budget
now, with ample force to be presented by Marcia
plaque of appreciation. Masonic Lodge 200, the Jacksonville .. .for the ensuing year."
man the two fire trucks. Johnston Sheila Johnston, John
They complimented him for Consistory, and was a I Geller, Janet Cook, Mike Manuel The county's fiscal year runs
his unselfish efforts in promot 32nd degree Mason. He was a I and from October 1, 1964 to Septem
Dudley Improto.
\ ing a recreational program for American Legion member of the Operating Engineers Presenting .,f I Had A Million ber 30, 100:5.: The tentative budget
our youth. Mr. Pache has beena Union 673 of Jacksonville. sets out the anticipated rev
DollarswW be an all-male
resident ofThmncll for the Installed Officers He was employed at Cape Ken enues and receipts from the proposed .
cast. Jay Rodgers, :Micky Atkin
past 18 years and is active 'in, nedy. son. Boyce. Atkinson, and Ernie millage levy for the various
youth work in the community I t1dfRlay EveningAt He is survived by his widow; Johnston. funds administered by the.
and in church circles. I M...... Edne Brooks of Mimi;' his j county commissioners.
Mayor Shelton Barber said : the regular: meeting of I mother;. Mrs. Mattle Brooks of Another all lid cast will pre. The total mlllage proposed in

D. D. Moody is planning to Flagler 'Post 115 of The American BunnelTr a daughter, Mrs. Jackie sent "What We Like Best. Theyare the new budget is seventh-tenths

build a museum in the north Legion held Monday eve Hunter of Green Cove Springs; Anita Moore, Rita Pelllcer, of a mill less than that of last

section of town on Highway 1 ning at the civic center, officers' a son, Robert E. Brooks, Jr., of Cherry Wadsworth, Jackie Murray year when it was 12 mills. The

and he requested the city to for the ensuing. year were installed Mlms; two sisters Mrs. Addle I and Sheila Johnston. ensuing budget millage is set

ask' for a crossover in that sec. by Fifth District Com. Woods of Bunnell and Mrs. Dee at 11.3. This is exclusive of the

tion of the highway. The commissioners mander Franklin Chambers, Decker of Daytona Beach; two millage set by the school board

agreed to make the i Jacksonville Beach. brothers Shelton Brooks of Bun School Budget and that by East Florida Mos

request. Those installed for the post nell and Adolph Brooks of Lake quito Control District.Glaucoma .

The commissioners had a discussion were: Mrs: Cora L. Buckles, Worth; a granddaughter, Melba Hearing Is Set

on the roblems which commander; Leonard Moody first June Hunter of Green. ,Cove Clinic

will be confronting the city vice commander; Walter Creal, Springs. For July 30thThere

when Interstate 1.95 Is completed second vice commander; Walter Funeral services were held at Held

as well as tax assessments 1 Morris, finance officer; M. B. 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon from appears In this blue of Thursday tip,

and collection plans for Fuller, historian; Raymond S. the First Baptist Church of Bun The Tribune a legal advertisement A Success '

the future. In the discussion Smith, service officer; Howard nell. Rev. Joseph Boatright of calling for a public hear. Huge

: they talked of ways they might Porter, chaplain; Louis Nelson, the First Baptist Church of on the school budget for the fiscal Response to the free Glaucoma

Improve services offered by the sgt-at-arms, and A. M. Mc.J)an- Mlms officiated. year 1964.65. Clinic held here last Thursday

city1 to residents. lei, adjutant. Pallbearers were Gene Barber The' hearing Is to be held In was very gratifying to the spon
Assisting in the Installation the omce of the county! super acting The American I
Earl Rice, (:X B. Eisenbach, organizations;
were the following 5th district Intendent in the courthouse, be Legion and the..Lions
... Duane,Deen, Ray Carte, and !
t" SERVICES FOR officersFrank P.: 'A.' 'Edmonson: all from Bun jlanJ Tat o'clock the morning Club. One hundred and ninety

Peterson; fiance officer; nell. All members of the Bun of Thursday July 30. examinations were made. Out .

W. E. MORFORDIN M. G. Hythron, dept aide for nell Masonic Lodge: No. 200 and i The purpose of the meeting is I of these 18 were referred for re- ' .
State Commander Bill Edwards; 90 to discuss with the citizens of examination. Many waiting .
the Indian River Lodge No. were
DAYTONA Al Chamberlain sgt-at-arms, of Tltusville were honorary pall. the county the proposed budget for examination when the

William E. Morford of Daytona and Elmer Kelly, service officer bearers. for the year that began July 1. clinic closed. "

Beach who employed by the for Post 9 of Jacksonville. The the
was Interment followed at Hope response was so great
Dunn Hardware & Supply Co. of Dept. Commander Bill Edwards Cemetery. Graveside services Rules ExplainedIn sponsors have scheduled a new I

Bunnell, passed away Wednesday explained the work being done conducted the Masonic date August 6th from 0:30: a.m.
were by
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in the Bunnell Gen by the American Legion Crippled 3 The
evening lodges of Bunnell and Mlms. Flagler County to p. m. clinic last week
Children in St.
eral Hospital after a brief Ill Hospital had been advertised for 8:30: to

ness. He was stricken after arriving Petersburg. He also spoke to the Shellfish Catch 4:30.: Those conducting the clinic .

'I at the store and was admitted post on the subject of Americanism Allida Tucker Is said they have to check out

r to the hospital about and the Boys State Many questions have been the equipment and bring It here

noon. Program. Bureau RunnerupIn asked the local health and conservation for the examination After the

Funeral services were held at department representatives .examinations the equipment has

Baggett-Mclntosh Chapel Saturday Awards ProgramTwo regarding the taking of i to be returned to the clinic In

with Chaplain W. A. Williams Student InterviewsAt shellfish within Flagler county. Daytona Beach before 4:30.:

officiating. Interment fol. $1,000 college scholar Flagler county waters have been Nurses doing the examining ;

lowed at the Woodland Cemetery Junior CollegeTo ships have been awarded in the closed to the atking of shellfish. were Margaret Davis and Janet I

at Port Orange. 1964 Wlnn-Dlxie-Farm Bureau Questions have also been Hopper. "Pink Ladles" from a "

Begin Monday awards program. The winners asked by both local residents Daytona Beach hospital were

are Miss Rose Bass, Live Oak, and tourists, as to whether the Lucille Smith Prettyman, Alma
Captain McKnight Officials at the Mary Karl vocational and Sims Tavarcs. I
Larry ,
shellfish restrictions apply to Crump, and Sonja Seaholms.
Completes Special division of Daytona Runnersup In the girls' division I I
blue crabs and stone crabs. M mM".of the Lions Club :,
Training School Beach Junior College will begin I
are Misses Allida Tuckerof
and the Poet
Gene Holy, health department Legion assisting
Captain Charles K. McKhlght. student candidates .
interviewing Bunnell and Patricia Grice, sanitarian said the Sanitary were: George Moody, Jr., Leon. '
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Me. Monday for the highly specialized Bowling Green. I i
Code of Florida (which governs I ard Moody, Fred Fruits A. M.McDaniel .
Knight of Bunnell, has completed in Industrial
elec.
program Miss Bass is the daughter of
sanitation, harvesting, handling, I Jimmy Kelley, L. II.
Air
the U.S.
rigorous tronlcs. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton C. Bass shucking and shipping shellfish) I I:Church, Dale Brown, Jr., and
Force Survival and Special The has provided
program and a graduate of Suwannee !
defines shellfish as edible Walter Morris. Mrs. Allen Reynolds
spe-
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Training School at Stead AFB technicians for practically all ofFlorida'
High School In Live Oak. She
eke of oysters. dams scallopsor : and Mrs. Jack Clegg assisted .
Nevada, near Reno. industrial complex Hal plans to enter Florida State ,
mussels either shucked or In In place of their husbandswho
Captain McKnight, a pilot, Massey Mary Karl director said.
University in the fall and work
shell, fresh or frozen and In no could not attend.Sight .
was trained to use equipmentand The two year course is uniqueto toward a degree In education. probihlts the taking of conservation committee
techniques that would en vocational education in cen way I
Sims of Tavares "
a graduate crabs.1 chairman, George Moody, Jr.,
able him to survive regardlessof tral Florida I In that It Is divided
High School, Is the son of Mr. ,
John Seay, conservation oni said ho would like to express ..
climatic conditions or un into five units. These
phases or
and Mrs. G. T. Sims. Ttvares.
I cer, said the crab .Is protected his thanks and appreciation to
friendly environments. The are: Basic Electronics Application He will enter the University of all those who In
Air I I by state laws that makes it Illegal helped making
conducted by the of Electronics Transistors
course Florida in the fall, planning acarter to possess blue female the project an overwhelmingSUCCCM.
Training Command includes and Pulses Computer and Syn
In medicine. crabs east of the Audlla River. He also wishes to thank
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basic survival, combat survival, chro Mechanisms and finally .
Second and third winners
place The stone crab, found In the the Bunnell General Hospital ,
evasion and escape and counterinsurgency Microwaves.Day In the boys' division are northern part of Flaglcr county, I for use of its sheets .and pillows (
will
training.The or evening students Joe Shivers, Moore Haven, and I must have a four-Incfi claw, be for the clinic: for the publicity; t
is being reassign. be accepted, Massey said, anda
captain '
Pete Smith, Wewaeh Itch ka. ; male and cannot be the beautiful paten; and to
only spear.ed.
1
ed AFB Texas, for full time class schedule I
to Carswell or part Formal I
presentation of the awards who contributed !
In addition It is protected everyone on any
unit of the Strategic will be easily adaptable to 1
duty in
a will be made to the two
to the of the
by a dosed season that begins :way success project .
Air Command (SAC) which working people.A winners durin gthe annual Farm
and continues through
June 1st
keeps the nation's Intercontinental special placement tnt will Bureau Convention at OrlandoIn ,
missiles and Jet bomber be given all those applying, he November.A October IMh of earn year.A I
(
on constant alert. I said. Persons wanting to attend |[METHODIST MEN :;

Captain McKnight, a graduate I day classes will report August fisherman may use a bream I {MEET IN DELAND '4 4I

of Bunnell High School received 5 at 8:30 and evening enrollers for bait with his rod and reel cicadas grating "song" .Is I The quarterly dinner and 'r

a B-s. degree In dvil engineer I'will take the exam beginning or pole and line but may not (I produced only by the male of I business meeting of the DeLand

ing at The Citadel, Charleston at 6:30 P. M. the same day. use it for bait on a trot line. \the species. This once prompted I t District Methodist Men's Club
SC His wife. Jean is the i i Advance Information will be, I I the ancient Greek Xenarchu to I I will be I held In Palatka tonight

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. 1 provided those calling 255-1476 Mary Karl division of DBJC at I quip: "Happy are cicadas' lives {i lit C.30 at St. James Methodist

Baldwin of Yonges Island S.C. Daytona Beach or writing the P. O. Box 1111, Daytona Beach. for they all have silent wives." Church.






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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA _Thursday, July 23, 1964

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IN ,TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
ROBINSON ZIMMERLE FLAGLBR COUNTY, FLORIDA

BATTING 535 L.I ALLEN IEISY',NO. 4883 PETERSON

Bobby Robinson and Mike Plaintiff.

Zimmerle are tied for tHe bit WILLIE O. FYKE'DefendanL".. I ROAD TExAOO-1

ting lead In the Youth Softball NOTICB TO DKFHND Light :

League with 535 each. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Phone 4373441
WILLIE O. PYKE
John Taylor did not play and Residence and Post Office

: Ik',f' ; his stayed at 444. Mike Address Unknown,
: 'T: 'li.S average You are hereby notified that a
A. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
.: Barber picked up 8 points and suit has been filed against you In SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TIE
the above entitled cause; and you IN AND, FOR JTLAGLEIl
Is tied with Darrel Britt with COtS
are hereby required to file your answer TY, FLORIDA. LAW NO. 1.0
BRAVES WIN with a runner on base In the 400. Benny Geller, was hitless with the Clerk of thereof this Court, STATE. ROAD DEPARTMENT
and to serve -copy upon
FLORIDA of
OF an Agency the
OVER CARDS 6-1 fourth inning to tie the game and dropped 392. Glenn Carle the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, State of Florida

22. has 384. Cliff Wetherington 363 whose JOSEPH name and W.address HATCHETT Is: Petitioner,

The second place Braves won Earl Rice 345, Mike Durrance's P. O. BOX 19Daytona HELEN FIELDS, et al..
James Robertson was safe on Beach. Floridanot
over the Cards 61. Ty Whitaker two out of three him 333 1964. Defendants.
gave a later than August 8, A. D. NOTICE OF HULK NISI
lost control in the 3rd and 4th first on an error. Mike Zlmmerle average and Mike Kelly 304. It you fail to do so decree pro NOTICE OK EMINENT DOMAIN
hit a long triple and on a fielders confesso will be entered againstou ROCKRDIN09
Innings and walked 8 men. Larry for the relief demanded In the IN THE NAME AND BY THE
choice Mike scored the fourthrun bill of complaint. The nature Of
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
McKelvin made one of the BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL OF
said suit being for divorce.
to win the 42. Mike FLORIDA.
best catches of the season In game 1964 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE WITNESS my hand and seal o f TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
Durrance had two hits for the I said Court this SOth day of June CERN and to all persons and parties
centerfleld. Dudley Improta cut Yankees. September 18, Crescent City here t. D. 1944. claiming or_ having any right

off a rally with a nice stop at STANDINGW Sept. 25, Keystone Heights, away Official Clerk Seal, of E.said A. Circuit SMYTHS Court title other Interest lien to, or estate on those mortgage certain or

2nd base. I October 2, St. Joseph, away Dy Julia R. Harvey parcels of land hereinafter described
L Clerk
Deputy
per and the following
persons,
Tab Whitaker, playing his I Cards 7 4 636 October 9, Baldwin, away July 2.9.18.3-4to together with all unknown personaclaiming
October 16 D & B home by. through or under
first the crowd Braves 6 :5 545 IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
game, gave a known persons who dead, or
big surprise by his sensational I White Sox :5 6 455 October 23, Dunnellon, away SHVENTH AND FOIl JUDICIAL FLAGLRR CIRCUITIN COUNTY who alive are not known trte dead or

I October 30, Father Lopez, home FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
Field
plays. Sam Smith's home run Yankees 4 7 364 AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Clinton
November: 6, open CHANCERY NO. 4727 c/o Marlon Clinton Fields
P.O. Box 426 '
- November 13, Hastings, home EULA MAE HOPKINS.Plaintiff. Pearson Georgia

November 20, Callahan, home. VII. SRD NO. 102.1

HOME ANDREW HOPKINS.Defendant.. Helen Fields
CRAIG FUNERAL I ORDER OF ,PUBLICATION P.O. Box 426

Books Are My Dish OF IN FLORIDA THE NAME TO:OF THE STATE SRD nN8.eo0\.

A. It CRAIG, Funeral Director .. ANDREW HOPKINS,
(By Dorothy Romans) residence adreas. Marlon Clinton Fields

JOHN CAPO. Associate This Is ,the Age ,of the Dull UNKNOWNYou P.O.Pearllonl.Georgia.Box ,426 .
are hereby required file
AIIt .f. Woman and the Dull.Child. The with the Clerk of this rloy : SRD NO. 102.1
::.OXYGEN anawer to the Complaint for DIvorce
CONDITIONED LAfoT. result befng that publishers put filed herein against you 1 n Frank Thompson
I I EQUIPPED out in the book clubs such booksas the above entitled cause on or be- Resedea.17948 Roscoe Blvd.
ATTENDANT AMBULANCES for the ltd day of August. A. D.. California .
CHAPEL "My Life With General Motors 1964 and serve a copy thereof upon Mariel SRD NO. 102.1
Lawrence M. Tidwell Thompson
W
Borns plaintiffs attorney
herein. whose address la 17948 Roscoe Boulevard '
Phone ID 7-3532 What would Thurber or Bench 412 N. Halifax Avenue Daytona Resedea. California
SRD NO. 102.1
Beach, Florida., The Flagler Tri
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL., FLORIDA ley say about a title like that? bune" Is hereby designated as the ,
newspaper In which this order Betty Tldwell ,
And Myra Mannes, witty tongueIn shall be published once a week for 111 North Orchard Street '
cheek tour consecutive weeks. HEREIN P.O.-Box 674
warns women to be
Watertown, New York
FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO
dull at all costs; that is if they CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED SRD NOt IOU %

want a husband, ten childrenand AGAINST URE. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL James. BrewttJ"Tldwell '

a .deep freeze. The nature of this suit Is a bill 119 North Orchard Street
for divorce. P..0. Box 574' ,
But If you are a parent whowants I WITNESS My hand and seal at Watertown New York
O SRD NO. 102.1 < ,
Flagler Florida,
a child that is Dunnellh count'b
an exciting day of 1984.

ih' Lou! 44c' tfcWv d0 ... individual and not a securityloving (OfHclal As Beal Clerk) EMIL,Circuit A. 8MYTHE'Court STATE SECTION ROAD 73001-2401-3482 9 FLAGLER t./ '

dull creature, let It i Flag ler County, Florida COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS
July 2.9.16.284teIN SRD NO. IOU RIGHT OF WAY
loose in a library as soon as i LIMITED ACCESS

it can walk. COURT OF THE COUNTY That part of .
Jlinr.K. FLAGLEU COUNTY, The SB% of Section J2; Town
. Books have a way of trimming i STATB OF FLORIDA. IN PRO ship 11 South, Range 21 East. ly1ng -
RATE. within 150 feet of the survey -
.you down Jo size, especial-I IN He the Estate 'of line of State Road > (1-95)
Jy great ookljandjpoetrx.: The HELEN LEWANDOWSKt. Section 73001. said survey_ line de-
Deceased.: scribed as. follows) .
King James version of the Bible: TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Commence on the Sotith :line of
and Notice Is hereby given that H. T. said Section 22 at a point 269.46
Wm.
Shakespeare, gent for Cook filed his final report as Execu feet West of the Southeast cor-
example.All tor of the estate of Helen Lewan- ner thereof thence South 1820'19
dowskl. deceased: that be filed his East 200 feet to tie Point of Beginning -
good fairy tales are concerned petition for final d d thence North 11-20'19-
with the conflict of that he will apply to c.hUorb1 e West 67,61.11 feet to the North
rightand
T. K. McKnlght. County Judge t line of said Section 22 at a point
wrong; of ugliness and Flagler County, Florida, on tg e 2049.55 feet West of the North-
lilt day of July, 1964 for approval east corner thereof.
beauty. The ugly bad giant is of same and for final discharge as

slain and so is the Witch i in Lewandowskl Executor of the estate of Helen less Containing 19.28 acres, more or
deceased on this
the Stone Boat while the good 26th day. of June, 1964.
/SH. T. COOK. OWNED BY ELIZABETH N.
brave prince wins the beautiful Executor of the estate of TIDWELL: KATY J. TIDWELL

b'chxq tjoWr .p pZow to'ndctdott good princess as his bride, and Helen c.aled.Jufnl.l.n .Lewandowski. de TER LEORANDE OLEGRANDE and husband; HARRY WAL E.

the goose hangs 'high. Fairytales c3 ': July 2nd 1964. :TIDWELL: aJ'8uIt;, IDA MAE
-4tcIN TIDWELL; TIDWELL
'Re qjtuh $fo'tc teach.you reality. Grimm'sand and Gml'e, ZORA LEI TIDWELL:
Anderson's have a deep TUB CIRCUIT COURT !SEV M. TIDWELL EATMAIfv
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. L and husband WILLARD BATMAN;
nordlc melachonly about them- i AND FOIl KLAULEH COUNTY TOM C. TIDWELL; JAMES O. TID-
I FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. WELL and wife. ANNETTE TID-
'The Snow
Princess" for
ex- 4N64..D1V. A WELL; WILLIAM HAMPTON TID-
ample. PETER PAOANIS WELL and wife EDITH TID
i';: Plaintiff. WELL: MARION CLINTON
Poetry, taken at the right mo FIELDS and'w t t e, HELEN
,1G'AlANIB
TOULA FIELDS; JAMES BREWER TID
ment could make you become Defendant. WELL and wife BETTY TID-

a writer or a painter. "The rainbow NOTICE OF SUIT WELL MARIEL M. TIDWELL
IN TilE NAME OF TilE STATE THOMPSON and husband FRANK
comes and goes/And lovelyis OF FLORIDA: THOMPSON HARRY BYRON TIDWhLL -
TO: Toula Paganls WELL and wife GERALDEEN TID
the Rose/ Come unto these
Whole Address and Residence Is-: ; THOMAS JACKSON TID
yellow sandal Then take )}ands 80 Gardener Street WELL and wire FRANKIE LEE
Y/ Peabody. Massachusetts TIDWELL; FRANCES MARION
w Lavender's blue dllly dill y, You are hereby notified that a TIDWELL CAPPS and husband. ED-
suit In equity has been brought DiE CAPP8: BARBARA TID ELL
rosemary's green/ When I
am against you by Peter Pagaols In CONE and husband. DUANE
King dllly dill you will be the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial CONIANNE TIDWELLv BELLE
Circuit In and for TIDWELL
Flagler County. : CLINTON FIELDS and
Queen. Florida, and you are hereby sum any unknown heirs devisees and
We happened to be around moned. ordered and required/ to or other claimants! under said W. J.
file your written answer or de TIDWELL, deceased.
when the Flagler Woman's CluLibrary's b tenses to the amended complaint
filed herein against you In the a* TAKfJ NOTICE that a *clara.
\ youngest reader came bov entitled of the Clrcult office Taking has been filed In
in for the first time. lie sensed of the Clerk Court the aboye-styled cause by the Pe-
In and for
Flagler County. Florid) o.r, the acquiring authority of
something important and something at his office la the Court House these proceedings, of the taking
In Bunnell. Florida on or before of the above-described land.. for
different-books. Finallyhe the 17th day of August A. D. 198 4. the. purpo.Wet forth !l> the pe*
began jerking out and to serve a copy of such an this cause, vlx.: As right
paperbacks
ewer or defenses upon Raymond. of way for a Portion of State
and putting them back. Wilson. Karl and Conway. plain toad 8. lnv! Flag'*r County Flor
tiffs attorneys herein whose ad ida, and that the Honorable Oeo.
lie looked baffled then and a dress is 801 North Orandvlew Avenue. Wm. Jackson ODe of the Judges
bit forlorn. And we felt the P. a..Box 5715. Daytonad. 1 of the Circuit Court In the Seventh
Florida, Judlclall
on or before said Circuit of Florida will.
same-no books for Happy. But date as q edUrr the laws of on July 28. 1964. at 2:15 P. M In
Florida and the Florida Rulesof the Flagler County Courthouse
then someone sent in a lot of Civil Procedure. If you fall to do RnBtl1!? "<>'W K consider said at
In Florida. books for very small children. so. a Decree I'ro Confesso will be Declaration of Takln"b appoint appralters. -
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entered
against you for the relief make as the
Now Happy walks in with great tered against you for the relief Court deems proper All parties
demanded In the complaint. to the suit and all
parties In-
purpose and returns his booksat You are further notified that the terested may appear and be beard
after swim beer is naturalOn the desk. He then browses nature of said suit Is a suit for at the time and place designated
a a a divorce and Its purpose Is to ..- You. and each of you are hereby
around among the shelves and sure a divorce forever annulling commanded to appear by filing an
the bonds of matrimony existing Answer to the Petition heretofore
returns to check more out. Allis .I between you and the plaintiff. Sled In this cause In the entitled
a hot summer day a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully done with dignity and aware The name of the court In which Court on or before August 24. 1964
this suit has been Instituted Is to show what right
title.
Interest
refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards ness of the wonderful world of Circuit Court. ..oth JudicialCircuit. 01' lien rOUt .rvaBirv0f Teu- hay.

with friends is a hearty glass of beer.There's hudly another beverage books. Some other children, almost Florida. In and and the fore abbreviated Flagler County title, 10 lands aDd, and to show vth cause aboYe-ducrtb4td why

around that sum what you do for fun ts much as beer. as young as Happy cometo of this cases Pagan vs. Paganls. same should not be taken for the the
Camping hiking or lawn chair-beer brings to It Is hereby ordered that this u.es and purposes set forth In the
just lounging on a the library and have learned order and notice shall be published Petition flied herein.

each just the right touch of extra good living.Your how to use It. May they aU be once weeks a !w week The for Flagler+ tour consecutive Tribune a I SEAL WITNESS of MM my Court Hand on and this the

familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that Booklovers and Gentle Readers. newspaper published In Bunnell, day of July. An. 1964. 9th
we Flagler County. Florida and ha.- i I:. A 8MYTHB
live
in land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy: leg a general circulation 1E7a.- Clerk of the Circuit Court In

beer and ale, if we so desire,is just one,but an important one, of UOOFU III, SATS her WITNESS founty My Florida.hand as Clerk and Dr sad: ter Julia Flatler County, P1elida

those personal freedoms.In I the seal of said Court In Bunnell.Flagler F-AL P1It1' Cleric u
RENEW
YOUR
County Florida this iCIRCUIT t

Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxationUNITED I DRfYEf LICENSE ( i'OUR?. SEAL) JAMBS HOLLAND J. RICllARttPOX BtllLTHJfO
DURING YOUR R A. 8MTTHB
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STATES BREWERS ASSOaAnON.INc. Clerk of the Circuit Court I In TAL4UUtfi&E. TilE
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I Not that I condone the swtnd.j-
Late lers but it is awfully
Too * !m frt:1 9Yfrlf for t g poor I QUANTITY
clucks t tyaf took the rap for WE GIVE RIGHTS
S
N M E TT
TQ Classify such ne vy dough. I RESERVED.

rY Russell! XorExcuse In my gook f they had If: comIng . -C
they wit< out famt} II \ PRICES GOOD
me for laughing but asking for It with the bright i Thursday, Friday
when T, PIck6J up my paper today .I eyed,'bushy-tailed' Madison, VALUE: Super Market and Saturday.
and learned that the giants V'I Y
ethic boys edging them on. I July 23, 25
,
been
of American industry had :4t
For some time now these .
taken to the tune of over a same merchandising giants have STAMPS
hundred million bucks by a been playing fast and loose Telephone 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.

group of smart swindlers, I just with the American housewife

couldn't hold back the salty with their hard sell, knock 'em LYKE'S 6 TO 8 LB. AVERAGE (SMOKED)
tears of mirth. down and drag 'em to the cash

register, sales effort.

They have operated on the
CLASSIFIED theory that the American house
wife has the mentality of a half
ADS wit and that she can be sucker. I PICNICSe29WORLD'S
ed into buying anything if she I

......... .... .*.. ....... aN is conned Into thinking she Is
9 eCOX'S.... per ward .... a-nt... getting a bargain. I
.. .....
n ..... 4 -.a. "
; So they come up with a va
UPHOLSTERING. East :rlety of trick offers. They offer nE TGROUND
Highway it across from St. I so much off on this and so
Stephens Catholic Church.'Phone !much on that but they never

4373673. Will,- pick up and de I tell her "oft of what. They BEEF 3 Ids. $$100u. 1

liver. 7-23-2t !I throw and coupons advertise around everything like con

FOR SALE-3 bedroom house prom soak \o'dog food as "new"and

and adjoining, lot $9500. Will. ."Improved." S. Choice Flavor( Aged) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
$50
take $500 for our equity per '
month. Near beach and post of. From regular packages'' they Lb. rwr '*
.
STEAK
fice. Call 4392345. 7-23-2tp 'advanced'Jumbo"' and to "Giant"Mmg," "Fatnily.sjze and CHUCK STEAK 49H 59c

FOR SALE-r-SUghjly% worn, clothIngVtfa' stuffed the packages with ev

fcKws'far, roan,''Worsen lPJ from glasses, toweadd' |- Thriftway (Our Special prand). U. S. Choice. .. (AU. Meat,. ).
weir and blanket I
and if dr nt3 ) dishes to horse .ft'
maternity 'clothe,' "houseweari, No matter how many heavy b *
VINNERS STEW *9C
small elec. appliances, rummage premiums they hid in the tab , f.i 4'<<
table. FlagleV \Y ffi"J1'8 Friday bag package, you could be7 is*
'
Thrift Shop, open/'eYery; lUred it contained more of the
12:30: to 4:30: ofrposUjt' Flagftfc product than ever before! Beef Smoked (Cut) ,.
Beach Post Office. 7-23-ltp Nobody knows how manyhundreds' Lb. '
__ '" V RIBS HOCKS :
HOUSE" r: FOR" "V SALE 2 bedrooms, of millions of couponsthey SHORT 39* 39C4t
:
scattered over the country, Y 4' 1"
baths, lot, fenCed back
1% large
but if a few swindlers operating
yard, air conditioned. See Buddy' In oho small area could taut " "" ., .. .. ,. I '''..,frrrtr, .....,...,t..'".
or Shirley Chamb' ,.*"ri'7-l6-23:2tp oil :call ttyem for: qver one hundred mil. HERSHEY'S MAXWELL fDDSE
4373670. f
lion dollars think what they ; tft r'

'P.HMP'rYqc: for tire. Handsaws could have, done if they haddPerating

sh,,pealed. Call. ID p563 I nationwide.' . It COFFEE
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or ID 7-3069. ' .18.(1 makes'you coupons SInd: SUGAR MIYOIIltIE
' -' But the 'so much ,
WARRED ,
Old dishes furniture lamps, dolls, guns, Jewelery, and are a mere trifle to their In. S : Tin Sc I
clbcki: Mable Wpttjtaln, };6K ferprlslng* radio and teeyslon} } Lb. 39' Qt.e 3ge
Ocean Boulevard,Tlagler Beach' effort!* 'If a' granger from pira* Bag ., (AII Grinds) ,"' .
6 tic
phone 439.2140... - disc' another
or ljnef' ,chanced
-FOR-SALE OR TRADE on High to tune In imagine }he impres* Limit 1' yrtli| .purchate Limit 1 with purchase' Limit 't" ,with purchase '
lion he would of the
1, Allendale, 4 large rooms, get won. '
way of $".OO or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or bore food'order .
derful world live in.
we
tile bath, masonry, plus 4-ropm' order order -
garage apt. Phone 439-2140. He could not help but assume
May 21tiWA2ITED that we were, the dirtiest, stink
Ingest, sicklIest humans in the (
IRONING tO do at jny whole! ti MYf ray. \y e bve pad HrTPtf Filtor.Flo
home,'reasonable. Pick up%- de breatff! }, 'body'odor, athlete'* foot, :
livery. Phone ID 73669. hookworm,* falling hair, beastly TEA BAGS 4Pkt. 59

10-24-tfSEFTIC headaches, pain, tension heart. FIRM CRISPYLETTUCE Limit 1 nkf. phase
bum, cavities, dandruff, irregularity
TANK cleaning; drain Head
pimples, constant back. 19C
fields Installed; snail shell. Bea- ache'and( an upset st6mach.NO Three Diamond! =?03 can
'George Jang.
enable prices. Call
'Jq} J.3I10:$ ' S-l-tf mitter. hoW often'we bathe GIANT' SIZE GEORGIA( ) SLICED
r or how! "much deodorant we usa
CONSTIPATED? our' |aundty is so dirty and CANTALOUPES / 1 PINEAPPLE. .. 2U.49, ,
To prov PUUN-EVAC coQUialn smelly that no single detergent -
PninM. Pip A Sena I* world'*
Smo-o-thMt. but and lost naturallaxatlv will get it even halfway clean. TENDER YELLOW
*. hurry to fie must use at least five other *! NIOLETS }'Z OZ. (WHOLE KERNEL)
MOOD1TS FHABMACT
. ." softners, whiteners and purifiers SQUASH z.7e Can
for r n roU 'J'RI:1B.UlPLJD: or CORN
4/ UbUU for Tie. Our l.QOP.IQf in addition It we don't'want our Z 35. *
old oath ,. '. .. _,'
,, t laundry to come out with pers.pirstidnstaips BAKERY ITEMS
f under
JOHNSTONsFLAGLU The soap we use lathers arms. like KRISPY KREME hl-C (Auorted Flavors) I

BEACH HALT co. the jaw of a mad dog to start CLZEpDONUTSDo"39e Dig 46 Os. For !
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT with and before the bar of soap nI. RINKS. J. Cans 3 IOO
WATER FRONF. FARMS, is half used It 1s so hard and Save IOc' '
ACREAGE worthless that you might as
EVERFRESH
SHOWBOAT 300 CAN
See. tu for your real Mtote needs well try and bathe with a pieceof CINNAMON.
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Office lIE 92242 herringbone, but remember, BUNS Z5e .
Residence phone Phones ID 7-3CJ1 the housewife who bought 'the ... ., Pkgs. PORK & BEANS be
or ID 73517 stuff got 10 cents off.

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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT MORTON'S
SEALTEST 12 OZ. CUP

AMBULANCE BREAD (CREAM)

1 SERVICE PHONE VAlley 41625 DOUGH- 3 i ;. 49* COTTAGE CHEESE Ea. Zge
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Save lOc

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Merer be beiitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. w. '>>XVhrh"YhX.YJ.qhX q.rJFF.or.FFJ.V.F.F..rFFFFnT" FJlTn V.F.FF.FFFJ.otiT-"J:1II

ere always et your sendee with pronptarw. Mrfttr end \
experience. 50 FREE i 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

VALUE STAMPS TOP'VALUE'STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator With Purchase of /g With purchase of With Punb",. of'

Funeral HomeP. Small or Larfe Picnic g Three Cut-up K $5.oo. More7 Food
Garcia -
Cooler l f g Orderf

E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Coupon Void After A Coupon Void After 2 Coupon Void After

LADY ASSISTANT Saturday, July 25, 1964 g Saturday, July 25, 1964 g Saturday, July 25, 1964

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,\ SCOUT TROOP 495 LEAVE BOY SCOUT TROOP I / i1
FOR CAMP LANOCHE SUNDAY 472 ATTENDS CAMP i /
Boy Scout Troop 495 will Ten boys and their Scoutmaster '4I
have nine boys attending the ter, Seale, of the Flagler :
last session at Camp Lanoche I County Boy Scout Troop 472, at-1!t
week. }tended camp last week at Lan- J PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS '
next
j THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
The boys attending will be oche. I RESERVED
f Bruce Arnold, Lee Bourne, Day The boys Included: Wesley I i JULY 23, 24, 25, 1964 I'
Thomas, Jimmy Mc. j
id Johnson, David Anderson, Eddie and Craig
Nab, Buddy Moore, John and j I
l Dodlmead, Kenny Whitney
Wilder'' FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D U. S. CHOICE CENTER CUT
Steve Lewis, Grady Prather and Arthur McDaniel Scott
Owens. and Mickey SIndelar from Flag- I CHUCK
Wayne Whole
They will be accompanied by ler Beach and Rusty Improto'l 29 .b.
Fryers
their Institutional representative,i and David Richardson Only, Lb. STEAK 59?
Rev. E. Lester Stanton who will nell I
also serve as camp chaplain for I Limit 3 Please
all the camp that week. Scout! Mrs. Helen Kruger is spend.
master Leonard Johnson plans I ing this week attending the! LYKE'S SUGAR CREEK PALM RIVER
to spend Sunday night and part' Methodist Summer School of FULLY COOKED CANNED ..SLICEDBACON
with the troop at Missions at Lakeland. Mrs.I
of Monday

camp. of Kruger the Woman's Is the. elected Society of delegate Christian .] Picnics 3 $189 Lb. 49Grade f

Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton Service.COMMUNITY
returned home last Friday Sliced Free
"A" Western Beef' CHUCK
after almost two months vacationing CHURCH ,
school is at 9:45 A.M. .
:
throughout the eastern Sunday '
United States. They visited museums with classes for all ages. Morning ARMOUR'S STAR" ROAST Lb. In Alabama, North Caro worship at 11 o'clock with VACUUM PACKEDFRANKS 49
lina, Michigan, Illinois and in Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor.
New York. They also spent time Lb.
athe world's fair, Adirondacks CAROL CHOIR STARTED 49 ARMOUR'S VEGETOLESHORTENING
Mountains and at Nlagra Falls. FOR YOUNGSTERS ..

I Judson Stryker, Jr. will be director 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gallowayand of the newly formed Carol MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
children Patty, Mike and Choir for youngsters aged 9 to
Tim, have returned from a three. 14.
week'vacation to Wapakoneta, The' choir will meet each .
Ohio, and Lack Worth, Florida. Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at 3 li. 39 !
Tom has returned to his job the Baptist Church. All children Can
with Pan American Airways on In Flagler Beach are invited to
the missile range. His new as. Join the choir. Refreshments will : Limit One With Your $5.00 or More
+ signment near South is America.Ascension Island, be tice.served ,following each prac 1CaLb. 59 Food Order


METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ranew Limit One With Your $5.00 or More DELMONTE BLENDED
Church school Is,at 9:45: A.M. and children, Renee and Bruce, Food Order PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
and morning worship at 11 o' from Fort Walton Beach visited
clock with Rev. E. Lester Stanton with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arnold 1 STOKELY'S PINEAPPLE Juice 3 46 Oi. $100
delivering the sermon. The and family last Sunday and Cans

Chapel days Choir' will,,' sing this.. Sun- Monday.Mr. Juice 3 46 Ot. 9o0

and Mrs. Bob Whitneyand Cans 12 OZ. LYKE'S LUNCHEON
BAPTIST CHURCH children,Kenny, Donna and
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. Joyce, spent Monday night in Meat 3 For
CAN
2ft FOOD KING WHOLE $1 1
and morning worship at 11 0' Clermont visiting with her parents
clock with Rev. A. J. Stevens,' Mr. and Mrs. David Fagot- Each
pastor. Training Union at 6:45P. : II sten. Apricots 29* Limit 3 Please
.M. and evening worship 7:45. I Continued To Page 8

I DAIRY

303 SHURFINE FRUITCocktail 8 OZ. SHURFINE CANNED

BUNNELL THEATREPhone 3 For 69 For
437-3631 Biscuits 4 29Limit

Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p. m.
4 Please
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SHURFINE EVAPORATED

"The Greatest Western Ever. Made" I BLUE SEAL SOLIDOLEO

tatmooM tomb MILK 8 $100
..
BURT KIRK CansI 2 lbs
I 25Limit
M
W W srER'OO V GI S I tlllylM 8 Please

HAL W ALLI S'......c...... 4 Please

GUNHGHTAO.K.CORRAL& FRESHEST PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS

-"..MONOA JO JOHN 6 OZ. SEALDSWEET

,l' FLEMING....It u tI+ VAN STUICU flEET rwh IRELAND It WIll UIIS GEORGIA LEMONADE For
TECHNICOLOR g 8S
i PEACHES LM9<
Features at 7:30 & 9:45 I
SUNDAY & MONDAY Limit 8 Please

"See Jed Clampett, Star of the "Beverly Hillbillys" I RED RIPE 10 OZ. BIRDSEYE CUT

MHIWWIWE( l jf$ Funnicst Pkgs.
M f hillbillU ft cl Tomatoes. 23* CORN 2 39'

'

1Vm' IL\ '''; .. ) lwrddiIf.A! ; 12 OZ. BIRDSEYE
\. In" V .I IWwJ. FRESH CRISPYCARROTS LEAF OR CHOPPED

nnntm 1 Lb.
.[f, t' .... '1) '" 2-25 SPINACH Pkgs.
.BRIDE iillJ i Cello 2 394o

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E fN. OOllfA A 1NffilHON N I METR9C3LOIIFeatures : ; EXTRA FREES so so EXTRA FREE SO 1FFR EE 50

at 7:45 and 9:26
& H GREEN STAMPS 5 S & H GREEN STAMPS ti S & H GREEN STAMPS
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
With this coupon andVith this coupon and with this coupon and
E -. 1 :..'. ';:\ve IS a Your Purchase of 1 Pkg.% Your Purchase of$5.00 orS Your Purchase of ((2)
u.r'Baw.' .' [ Everfresh Twin Pack More Order, Excluding ; Dozen Eggs,
B 1r nrawrcaort Potato Chips \ Ctn. Cigarettes Any Size

TWO COMPLETE SHOWS NITELY Coupon Expires S Coupon Expires Coupon Expire
COMING SOON "OPERATION BIKINI" Saturday, July 25, 1964 S Saturday, July 25, 1964 :; Saturday, July 25, 1964ii



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Thursday, July 23, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE!: BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE



M I CH 0 1 C E SMALL MEATYSpare

I _
I Q,1cw,1NC Ribs

OC I1S I o


j I lb. 49 '

Mr. and Mrs. .Edward S. Zellers :


p 4 w? FRESH FLORIDA GRADE "A" (2-2V4 Ib. Avg.)
'
(Each 79) For
FRYERS 3 $200Ib.49


U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK I

..Al

'a a ROAST .


LEAN WESTERN


Pork Loin ROAST l Ib.. 59


_: .w.., ARMOUR STAR FRESH ((4-6 Ib. Avg.)


N I Baking HENS IbM 33


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... ',,.
.
,
'" ' Western Select Streak O'Lean .
"
..:'i' ,11'. "
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r\ I' )' BEEF LIVER WHITE BACONLb.

3 Lbs. $100 290

.' I ,. I'
k ly4F Tropic Isle CRUSHED 303 Can

DIXIE CHEF (Mix or Match) Ea.
f. x PINEAPPLE :19CDIXIE
,
,f' MEAT
\ j .SPAGHETTI & BALLS

lf l- Li CRYSTAL
lt ORWITH
CHILI
lI 'BEANSNo. SUGARS

300 $
I I :: 7 JL Bag 38C

s
Red & White EVAPORATED Tall Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
f Miss Mary Virginia Riter became ers were a nosegay bouquet of I
the bride of Mr. Edward] feathered carnations, white satin MILK t 8 For 'I00 ..
S. Zeller in a Nuptial Mass at I leaves and streamers.
the St. Stephens Catholic Church Following the ceremony, Mr, DAIRY SPECIAL f
Bunnell, at 11 o'clock; July 15.I and ].Irs. Henry Zeller entertain. Red HAWAIIAN 46 Oz. Can

Father Conesa officiated. I. ed luncheon with a at reception their home and, 707 buffet E. PUNCH 3For 'I00Pillsbury's Pillsbury VANILLA or CHOC. 14 Oz. Can
The bride and groom are residents *
Blvd., for members of
of Oceanside, California. Moody FUDGE FROSTING 390
the wedding party and friends.
She Is the daughter of Charles .
The bride's table was overlaid (Plain or Self-Ruins;)
Mr.
Riter of Pueblo, Colorado.
with imported lace
I an
Zeller is the son of Mrs. and
cloth and centered with a two. FLOURS FROZEN FOODS
Mrs. Henry Zeller of Bunnell. Ed ,
tiered wedding cake. Mrs.
He retired from the U.S. Marine r
in law of the
Zeller daughter
Corps on June 27 as a Master Mr. G. Frozen 9 Oz. Pkg.
groom, served the cake. Thegroom's 380
after 23 of servIce Bag
Sargeant years Each
mother presided at the
lie is now engaged in the FRENCH FRIES 100
real estate business as a sales, Dunch bowl. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
man. She Is secretary to the I For travel the bride wore a I Valley Gold 6 Oz. Can
Associatesof brown linen suit with tan emI I
and
John A. Stieger
I Her accessories were FRESH PRODUCE Each
Oceanside. broidery. I LEMONADE 100
beige, and her flowers was a
Mrs. Claude Barrow was or I corsage lifted from her bridal I Golden Ripe ,
ganist and Mrs. Stella Zalewskl!bouquet. I Lb.
served as Matron of Honor. The: After a short honeymoon the BANANAS lOc GIANT SIZE
groom had as his best man his couple returned to Oceanside I
son Edward D. Zeller of Bun where they will reside. Firm Ripe TIDE48c
nel{. Lb- r
I TOMATOES 230
j
Pache
The bride was given in marriage t Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
by Henry W. Zeller of Bun.have as their house guests Mrs.
nell, father of the bridegroom.She ."\Pache's sister, Miss Sophie Bone- Large Crisp HeadLETTUCE
dek of Bridgeport, Conn. Also Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
chose for her wedding a 190
gown of white taffeta fashioned their neice, Miss Judy Benedek (
with a round neckline and fitted of Fairfield, Conn. During their ,
bodice with long sleeves endIng stay here they have visited
1 in a point over the wrists. many points of interest in the 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
The full floor length skirt ended area.
in a short train. Her flow Continued on f2 *' GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of .J

((1) 100 COUNT BOTTLE, (1)) Pair Beach ThongsFlipFlopt $5.00 or More Food
BAYER ASPIRIN ( ) / \ Order /
Kelley's Fuel Oil Coupon Void After Coupon Void After ) ( Coupon Void After >
Sunday, July 26, 1964 Sunday, July 26, 1964 ) ( Sunday, July 26, 1964 > \.



STANDARD --


OIL




DIESEL :-: KEROSENEUSE

YOUR STANDARD OIL CREDIT CARD Phone 437.3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
Phone Bunnell, Florida OS. No. 1 BUNNELL '
437.7172 8:00 a.nu 1:00 p.m.

.......... QUANTITY BIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good July 23, 24, 25, 26, 1964
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Garden I In Florida purpose against all c I I Qr@S Inscate;
}.,_g To hide the fallout'I.lte s .
(By Kerrey, Sharpe) from the tax""assessorYwax t I Earners 4w
Wag
: privet hedge.
Then Js a hedge for gve ryIf w Call
pur the tax evasion is not emotive Roster Grows On Us
,
The 10.thorny Trifoliate-orange when it Is still i a gootj There were 50,700 more wage I
idea to consider this
hedge may pot keep the Martians f.ttN. and salary workers employed In
ing plant, because it puts on amass
out, but It will hinder 6ther Florida last year than duringthe
foliage
Invaders from making a raceway of glossy-green owne'rs.and previous year, marking a 3.7
will adapt itself to all
of yoUr favorite flower tyed. per cent gain compared with a
This Includes those who like to
Where ordinances prevent elec the week with 2.3 per cent nationally, the Flor When '
pester plant every
trill shock fences, try the yaupon the shears and those who neglect Ida State Chamber of Commerce ..}
or Ilex vomltorla. This compact the reported in its Weekly Business,
hed usually I Becomes the home plantIf Review.'I \ '

of 'was::'s and serves the sameCommunity you drive a compact car "Gains in average monthly
and own a home and a miniature employment are basic," the trade
size lot, then consider the body emphasized.. "In them lies
I Chinese Boxorange (Severiniauxifolia the future potential for more You Need
" > ) hedge. This is an attractive safes of goods and of homes;
Memorial Church dwarf plant that' 14 ideal of increased savings, and I In-
r Yiter.d.aomt..ttiaiAIR for either a forma) or Informal come.;
demarcation of your lot bound "Employment In off-farm es.
CONDITIONED ary. tabllshments of wage'and'salary
Dgtona AT. Severinia Is better than a workers In the state last averaged

FLAGLERSunday BEACH wooden spite fence' because the 1,438,500 persons month
School 10:00: A.M- spiny prickle of this J hedge JY. This figure covers all 'em GOODPrintin
Church Service 11:00 A.MIL plant will never let a tomcat sit ployed''persons as reported to

W. DICKERT. PMt.rWELCpMB atop It and squall at you. by the Florida Industrial Commission ,
'
nIght. excluding the self employ*

1. BVBRvo For those without motives' ed J, the military. domestics." and....r.'
r rM there are many plants that will farm 'Corkers. .
_, YAHASTINGS-+ ,4_. shape into ornamental hedges' "A1J of the principal categoriesof '
MATTRESS for beauty's sake alone. employment In these estab
8i.'UPHO.STRY' WORKS "These"lnclude the Turks Cap, llshments In Florida showed
71012 Lemon Si. _.1 Glossy Abella, Golden Wattle, gains last year over 1962. Trade .
Pal lia'; Florida izajea, Bougalhvlllea! snowbush; lstablisimefl, both wholesale
Phone, EA 6-9166 pack'butterfly us1), Golden Dew* I Arid 1Stail'employed 388,800 persons .
Furnltu-v Uphotetodng drop, Polnsettia, Feijoa! hibiscus, I up 12,300 workers. Govern 'ti ,
Repolrea &'?n niihed Pordocarpus and Oriental ATborltae. pent (federal, state and local
I Mattresses Box Springs o4mbilie4)) Jotal4 260,000, up .
Mad TO Ontsr;Also'BenoiratedjColl"Laura $Et t tion of the proper hedge' 12,600 employees wth most p|; ........" ........... '" '. .. .. --.........,.,
Morris 1l:3259 punt is''vltrii. ; these being. added at the local
After 6:90 p. M. E If thf J lot'hf small, a low hedge level *<' t f / OFFICE FORMS
PRICES HEASONABLE.Bubarr .. .. ... ..
,
'
I, tli+e'Z best choice. Or Il"ttie f'Service establishments made "
lust as PLAN a.ar-as IF NEEDED."yotsrhent'oi"Post Jot to lare?, then you cap' cx p* a 10.20Q gain"W tWiditi* 245 ')"
Office slder larger growing 'hedges or 100 Job?. This total included QrmmvgJ
Drop Us 4 psrd'tft'Call consider several combinations of 4Q.2QO''employee of hotels, motels
Free Pick-up Delivery ledge plantso) give you color'throughout and tptfJ Dodging places,

th, yar. representing'i slight drop from. ,
.
.
u Before selecting'a hedge pap) (,i the 1f1 2' average.
b.$ sure it wijl' serve your pu/'I Florida manufacturing plant
MILLF4ELEC'iItONICS pose. Learn If tye] plant you employees numbered 229,200 last LETTER, HEADS
,.... .. ....
h've f In mind' will'grow l in par year;7,000 more than'.. ,urln -tl ""
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1744 bcton Short Bfrd. tlal .sh'ade stand strdng" gusts previoui" rear:
of wind or will Derate? s&t ",contract construction employment BUS.I1JESS PARRSSTATplElfTS}
REPAIRS ON TV'S spray. 'Learn all the Advantages showed a brigliter'ptatIbdk
, and disadvantages before plant. in a gain of 4,500 employees and
WASH RS Ing. an average of }ftijOO Jast year.
DRYERS Planting: :Tim 'The transportation<< communl*
Call CoDed 6720377 Most varieties of h' dge plantscan I cation and public jutlljty 'palf.
,,.. ,, ..,,,. n j>e set at any time during gory employed 102,000'persons, BILL HEADS.
,ALL WORK GtAJ1TREDtll the yeV? except during 'periods a gain of 1,700 jobs.The finance. 11
of drodght} Insurance-real estate group aye'raged -

Prior to planting prepare theo 90,100'employees' ; Op RULED" "* '" FORMS. ...,
l by cultivating a strip 4 feet I 2007 Jobr.: Mining firms 2'-1 I n/(
w/de"/ and mix lit ed '0Q persons', gain of
>te Jltilllrr: 9rtbnttrNr an ample amount a
'j of well-rotted manure. If during the year." TICS and TAGS

put:!n! :LL. FLORIDA rho OoU }s quite sandy, then dig '
a trench 18 inched deep and the hedges, It Is a good Idea to con.tact .
,.m fit.D. J'ULLJUi, 141tor!: width of the hedge row. Fill the your county agent for correct
trench with a mixture of topsoil analysts of fertilize: to 'a$* CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
De.... ..... O/D... d ....lIe..... and manure. If available, ply. if ,,' '>'
J Ibtie .. I..1 .....,.... organic matter such as leaves, Jn general, azalea' hedges
Iaii) M.61..IIU.I . ",!i. I<)e&d grass, weeds, peat or need an add type of fertilizer
nad tk. State .( ....rI.. straw will help enrich sandy plus spray applications of Jron

soil.After to keep the foliage 'front turnIng '-,, <",-,, "I'i -. rCy
EnUred *. Mcond class matte It is established, ferUle yellow. Crapemyrlle l cattlcy
Ftbrutrjr I, III1'at tbt poit6fflc lie the hedge twice"i year, according guava and wax privet hedges
at Dunn ll, Florida Und.r'.cl'o( I to University of Florida often need a special application
March I. 1ITI.On ornamental experts. They say ,.of manganese to keep them I
:apply 2 to 4 pound of fertilizer !thrifty. Zlr' >c deficiency often We Don't Do The Moist
year -" per 100 square feet of Hedge row. shows up lit surmamcherry, wax
81* monthsWVVVWV __h.il Because of the many soil types privet and orange' -lcssamine
and scores of plants used for .hedges.bmediateIy.
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; July ,23 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Senator Holland assessed $1.68 million as total created the problem for the ret The body of the coral fthrirnp

taxes .due. together with penalties i jtlrement home In our state and Is colored red and white, while

and interest, for the period similar ones .operated by unions! Its eggs are bright blue.
Saves Union Home
195160. The carpenters union I In other parts of the country was

paid the assessment under pro i Inequitable. Had it remained in IlKQtlHST! FOR BID- R ps

From Unfair Taxes test in order to halt further ac. {I effect the sponsoring unions I :Board Notice of Is County bommlllioner.the of

cumulated indebtedness. would have found it impossibleto Flagler County Florida, will receive
Senator Spessard Holland's 18.month I sealed bibs at the office of
the care for their retirees, thus the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bun
Jong effort to assist a labor Believing ruling to be Unfair
robbing these deserving oldstersof nell until 9:00: a. m. August S, 19(4
union in the continued op- and one which would require I for the following:
their independence and forc- Labor cost only (on hourly or
of needed
eratlon of a retirement home in abolishment a lump sum basis) painting the
Florida for its elderly memberswas haven for the aged, and would ing many of them onto the pub. Flatter County Jail. Material to
be supplied by the County>, Dee
lie welfare rolls. I feel a sense
successfully concluded last discourage such organizationsfrom tails as to the work to t>e don Prompt Service i
of satisfaction and accomplishment can be obtained from the Sheriff
caring for their Senators .
Friday when President Johnson own or the Road Superintendent
signed into law a bill exempting Holland and Smathers Introduced in being of assistance in The Board reserve the right The
correcting this situation and to reject any bids Kagler Tribune
certain types of Income from corrective legislation In Dated at Runnel. Florida this
eliminating a highly undesirable 14th of July ll
February 1963. CongressmanJames
OTday 1tChalrm..n
federal taxation. alternative. a Phone IDltvrood 7.32$1

The Senate version of the bill, A. Haley offered a companion Hoard of County Commissioners .'UBonnalt ,

authorled and introduced by bill in the House. ATTKSTiE.:. A. SMTTHE. Clerk Florida '

Senator Holland for himself and The House ultimately passed While sharks are tough, vlcl- July- K-ll--Sto t

Senator George Smathers, was similar legislation sponsored by pus and voracious, they are difficult STATE DANK NO. 497

designed to relieve an Inequity Congressman Byrnes, of Wisconsin IlRrOftT OJl' eoNtVTION Oil' MCITIZICNI! HANK OP BUNNRI.L" OF
to keep, in captivity. Among
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llt'NNRLL' IN TIIH STATE OK VI.Oltllt.ATTUN CLO9H OFIIU9INK9S
suffered by the United Brotherhood and the Senate approvedthis the dangerous species exhibited ON JUNE SO, 1M4i .

of Carpenters and Joiners with amendments on June at Marincland are the Cash, balances with other banks' UUTS, and: cash Items In process< "I

which has maintained a retire- 26, 1964. The House accepted a of collection I .._ lLu..r.- ! tiger lemon bull and sand- i.fS ;
United I mates Government obligations ii"dir'T'; and guaranteed; $
ment home for its membership Senate amendment which eliminated tiger sharks. Obligations of State and political subdivisions. .?..?.?........ .Ia.nu,

in Lakeland since 1928. Opera. retroactive aspects of the Other Lire bonds 01 ,.notes agencies, and .debentures ana corporations(Inoludln not mono guaranteed securl-

tlon of the home depends, in legislation, and established December by U. 8.1'"eO............................... .._........................._.,,,. ........?.............. ..u .oO
REQUEST FOH DID Corporate stocks (Including |non stock of Federal Reserve
great part upon income derived 31, 1963, as the date Notice la hereby given that the Bank) '. ..... ....... "... ..r. _..M.-..,,,..., ".... ..._' ..'.....' -. None
from an adjacent citrus grove from which tax exemptions will Board of County County Florida, will Bank premise owned f and fixture*
re*
which the union purchased with become effective. sealed bibs at the office of ...,.5.... .....-.M?.... ,..,.*.*..............._. .' i34BSl.41
the Clerk of.the Circuit Court until (Bank premise* .owned ar*< ubj ct.to 'no.a, ena not assumed by sank')
retirement dues paid by its Upon learning of the signingof 9:00: a. m. August I., 19(4, for the ]teal Estate owned other than bank premiere _........._..... .. ..? 1,110.04
1962 federal tax the bill Senator Holland following: Investment and other asset indirectly representing' bank /i;
A ,
membership.; One. 1/2 Ton Pickup Truck with premises or other real, estate ......._.....,...,.....,......................_.. Nosj*
ruling defined the grove profitsas said: "I am greatly pleased with I cylinder engine standard cab and Customers' liability to this bank on acceptance outstanding None

unrelated income subject to the President's action 'fn this equipment and, heater standard. standard 1(transmission tires.. Other asset ......-......................?........._........_...."..._........................ Ml 1.19

normal federal tax. As a resultof matter. In my'' opinion, the Internal The Board reserve 780 the x right to TOTAL ASSETS .................................?........._.......................... _."..._...1.0.1...<4UAIIII.rrilCft
reject and all bide
this decision, the union was Revenue decision which Dated any at Bunnell, Florida, this "
14th day of July 19(4. Demand deposits of Individuals partnership, and corpora.
OTIS 8. HUNTER. Chairman tlOni ..- i : ni itirifrii..iirtiif ._ ., UIIi.U..I.
Board of County Commissioners Tim anT.avln.. deposits of'indlvjdualp, partnerships, an* .
ATTEST: corpor.tlon. ..._....,....,, ,;,; : Jt71.S47.74
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk. Deposits of UnUe3TtaTes! Government (including I 'postallavDeposits -
24 HourWrecker' July ll-ll-Ito Ingo) ? ..+...t. .. -. ,--.,.. liJIA.o
ot States: and political bdlvTsronV ..1...__........___ ""slI.:&
Service'I. NOTICH AND CAi.b OK MKKTINO Deposit of banks ................... ...?....?. ? . *' None
TO KI.Ktrr ONE >MKMIIKit OP Certified and officers' check: etc ::....::=:.:.-M.>,,.:::.TJ.-JT.7u.: J6.lll.17
'J" "' IIOAUII OK MH'KHVIOII! POI TOTAL DEPOSITS ........... !. U.II
f. IIIMIM UllAINAHM llTltlCT.! (a) Total demand .--1.?......................,...... .. I 4.104.41!
Notice Is hereby given that a special (b) Total time and savings deposits .. II. T.MO.f I ;
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co meeting of the owners of land Mortgages or other lien $none on bank premises and none .
situated In the Blmlnl Drainage on other real estate ..............................._..M'.......__._.._T J-H -.*, None
District In Flagler Count). Florida, Rediscounts and other liabilities for. borrowed moneyr,.. j.nAcceptance None
MASSEY.FERGUSON Is hereby called to I In theCommissioner's executed by or for account of this bank I
reoret: outstanding ..............................M...... ..__...._._...... -...++tr
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment let County Courthouse JJunnefl, Other, liabilities .....-.M..M.M........ ;,,4 :
Florida on, the 4th day ef August '
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 A. D. 19(4, st S o'clock P. M. for TOTAL LIABILITIES ...._...... ... . .U.U..I|
the purpose of electing one member Capital: (a) Common Stork total par .M..J. M
of the Board of Supervisors for (b) Preferred. stock, total par value INone, total reUrable
Owner Bunnell, Florida'NOTICE the term of three year and to attend value $ None ._...._..._..>.._...".."."?.............. 150.000.00
I to such other business per (c) Capital notes and debentures INone +t1.
district that may Surplus! ..........?......_..??..,.....................-......--.../w I' .. ..
lnt.r.t the meeting, Undivided profits ........?.....?- .. ._ ... |it
TENTATIVE BUDGET At such election each and every Reserves (and retirement account for ; rr.'ci"aiiit u ....... I :&11:0':
Notice I* hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of acre of land In the said District:
Flagler County Florida,. will meet on Monday, August Srd 19(4. at shall be entitled to one vote In person TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ._.- M8.HI.ta
10:00 A. M. at the Flagler County Courthouse, for the purpose of hearing or by proxy l In w
Complaint on objection of the adoption of the County Budget signed for each acre of Sand owne3I TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -..?.....j..UO.JlU.
for the ensuing fiscal year, vr'hlrn In District. Uuardlan* .' ,.
OTIS a BUNTER Chairman may .::1d wards. Executors MEMORANDA
Board of County CommissionersFlagler and administrator may represent Assets pledged or assigned to liabilities and for otherpurposes
County Florida the estates of deceased persons (Including notes -ur.I. rediscounts and securities
ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE, Clerk and private corporations maybe sold with agreement to repurchase) ................__...... '04.000.00
represented their officers (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation!
by or
SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE BUDGKT FOR FISCAL YEAR authorised agents.' reserves of ..._.........'.."... ' '.'...'.. .. 20,''S.4 f
October 1, 104 to fteptember 30, 1193GE11ERAL dull Is ordered that this notice be I (b) Securities as shown above are after deduction;;; of valua .
FUND published each week' for two consecutive lion of ......... ...... .........,.. .... .... .._._?? -- ,..,Non
Estimate of Revenues ... Heeelptsi weeks In The Tribune ,1 1 : r..v. Peavy: Cashier, of the ove-named"kn i ; dJ solemnly
Taxes 1.2 milts based on current year'* receipt _>...-! 24.090.00 a newspaper published' In swear that this report of condition Is true and correct, to the best of
Race Track Receipts to General Fund .. HO.OOO.OO FUgler County, Florida.. my knowledgeand belief
Other Receipts ......_._....._...._._..._ .. .. .. ,.w, ...a50.00J Date of first publication July II, Correct-Attesti: ) HoweJI V. Peavy
A. D. 1114' It. W. Cody
$70.UO.00 by order of Board of Supervisor, Tom E. llolden .
Le. a% ....._................._......M_ '.ISS.OO Attest: Lily J, CrealO.
I o. F. AtFORD. PresidentJuly F. AlfurdCharles
1I1t.1I.00 21-10-Jtc1W ..,. Creal) I ,
Estimated Cash Carr.over _, "M_ U.'OO.OO Director ..
r TIIH ClliriHT COtfllT OF (Seal)' andtsub 4rlbeedrbaore this p'11th. : ,
"'UII.OO KI.Adl.KIl COUNTY, FI.OIIIIIA Bworn to rne dig of July, 19(4, and; I
I* ('II" rl'l'Y: NO. 4HH0EDOAH hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank
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F. 1IKLZEU CAMIU C LYNN
E.tlm.t.d Expe.dlt.r.as f Plaintiff Notary 1'ubllo Btale of Florid at Large
Haclne Funds to School Board ,".. .." ".... ,.,.,,... ........._ 71.000.00 My commission: Expires June SI, \rttt
Other Anticipated General Expenditures MARY 111101)58 11ELZELoDefendant. .......,, ..,. .
Reserve General Fund ." ,. ", ".... .... ....,r... .. 'UIU&& >> NOTKI9 OK ITIIIJO IIIIAIIIXH ..\ M<'HOOI. lltUUtTT
Cub Carry.over to Cover Expenditures Oct./Dec. UU __ SO.OOO.OO NOTICE TO IKFKI: > Pursuant to the provision of section 117.11, Florida Statutes, UHf. a*
TUB : amended by Section 8 of Chapter 21.119. Laws 1948,
1301100 .JIt..iIORI JfitlWlt.zr.Y1 notice Is hereby given that a publlo hearing 'Ylf be td"lJeh.o County
flU Cecelia Street Board of Public Instruction of FUgler Florida on July' SO, 1944
Lot Number Nine. at the hour of 9:00: A. 11. In the om''. of County Huperlntendent, In Bunnelt .
nOAD AND DIUUGF.IF) I CuCahy. CaliforniaYou Florida for the purpose of discussing with the ( liens. of the
F.atbaate .f Revere ... Iteeeletn I are !hereby notified that a County the proposed school budget of said county far the Aacal year
Taxes ... mills based on current years. receipts ....:.-..._. I.ISO.OO I suit has been filed against you In beginning July I, 1944 and ending June SO, 19(8 which budget is summarised
Race Track Receipts to Road k Bridge Fund ..._._. 20000.00 the above entitled cause; and you as fallows.I .
Gasoline and Fuel Taxes ...,...... ,....... .. 10.100.00 are hereby required to rlh7.0'0 answer HUIXJKT FOR THE SUPPORT AID MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOL
Miscellaneous Receipts ,160.00 with the Clerk : t, A. lip on hand beginning of year
and to servo a copy thereof uponthe All a.u ?.......... ... .Jl. ........ 87.S84.99
1110.0.00 plaintiff or tlalntlffs B. Anticipated RocelptsI.
Less a% UU.OO whose name and address rorn.T.: Stale and Federal --......-.--....... .. .. .... ....? -.-- $.110.11
UPCIIURCII UI-CHURCH S. County General Taxes...?...,..._._........_. .. .. ..... ..._.M_ 79,009.09
lIoS.HUe (00 Kachsnge hank Building .. 1)I.trIC"rr.nt" Taxes ___..:._...... ..?.... .. .._...... 79.0(..09
Cash Carr.onr .. .7.000.GO ft Augustine Florida .. Other Local<< Sources "'M ,?,-.. .....?....................., ___. else 09
not later than August 2A.. D. .. Remittance from other counties ,...-...... . .. ...._........_.... (10 09
un.HUO TOTA L .. .1111,919.09
111If' you fall to do so, decree pro GRAND TOTAL RecFlPTH,l ii'iJ'elR"A ) TltArfFKItK.......|4J1.274.0, .
eonfeseo will be> entered against
Estimated Expeadliereet you for the relief demanded In the C Proposed Kipendltura
Labor and Hupenl.orr Salaries ... ... hill of complaint The nature of I. ) .. . ? ..-.. -...-.,. .......-.... .. ',114.00
New Road Machinery 21.114.11. said suit being for divorce. Instruction : .. ...:.:............. .......... .- ......._..._....... ,1640
Road Materials. Supplies-. .te. 2r: : .:: WITNESS my hand and *.al. of 3. Operation of Rant ........--....... -....-......-......-.-- Oe
'It.
of said, this 4. Maintenance of llant .. 'II. _
Court 21st of July
Other Reserve Expenditures_ ..___ 1,111.10: day /, T / Food t.Laic; ;;a4.1TaTt .......::::,::::::: i lOu::
Cub CarrT.o..r to cover expenditures Oct./Dee. ItU _. 12.000. fofttclsl"heal!) K. A. HMTTJIK 4. Fixed .ctI.,,,.. ._ ........._......._._ ,., .,, ?.+.? '0'apoat
Clerk of said Circuit Court twllay . .........--..-.--.-..--...-......
|1S2.1<(..00F1NB By Julia 1L lUrvey ....t ... ... ... ....._..____..........__ .. ;10.101,00:
tMputy Clerk ,. Junior College .. ,..__. ,?......... .. ,.,.--4 ',U 1.00
July 21-10 A Aug. t-ll4t.r. .i .. Jtemiltanc( to.Clt'h.' counties (KTV.: FlhmsiTp Ib.rar,) :
11. Iteeerve* ....n........ .... ... ...._..*......._..___ __.1. .i 4$11.11' ;.
A FOnFEITlIlK FUr11E.tleate TIIK mirtriT cornr OKM.AULKII IS. Transfer tIntreet and Kinking ........ # .
.f n....... ... lleeelpt.s COTT: K Mill 11)Aij II. Trsnafvr EXI'ENDITUI/Y3I/(".' .1.------n ..,., ,..- .|| ((...*
Taxes 2.1 mills based on current year* receipt --...,."- _. II aiM'.7I04.,.. MAllOlTKIUTB omrrrnr BAKKR.no. .*M GRAND TOTAL TRANK/KlHI ___,M22.S7I09II. ,

Fine and ForfeituresLei . Plaintiff. JIUl17'1' ton 'ilWI'ItIC'T NO. 1 WTKHKtff A 8INKINCJII
| it.'N.to .. "

tlllSd FREDDIE 1J'* . . ._ ... ......... .__._.._. ....__.__ ....
I'%" BAKER.Ihtfontfant .n.:9'btS .... ......_..__._...___.. ........._. __ tT.MO.4.
8 .1.211. NOTirH TO DKPKSU ( . and MalntAa) ,

Anticipated Cash Carryover 11.000. TH, UTATB OK FfSHCIDA. TO: I'r.Ttrr iel ....... ..-........ ... -.-..... .... . 37,008.44
FRJSDDIK: JIAKKII C Expa411ur.e;
1 71.l31./0 whose re,.leI. post office) 1. Iii a..31. .r t .. ... . 27,101.10'
address are unknown, lit / ; ; ('OH rTiib'in! oiri .

.TtoLrt..ar td aotitted a !: ...-...-..--...-... .. ........._. 21,211,04
:.t. .
against B
y
i&arle ..SherUfTDeputies. eU. .... 1 ." the above eIHed eaui and yuare t.:1f {jV.,port aid JrI............ ....__.. .... ._ 10
*- than salaries IMI-- 't".. .. > hereby required to nw roxir an 3. .. ..-- ......___, ...... ...... ........_.. __ .I.IO!...
other
Sheriff Expense :: "." ... .... ... .
___ swer with the O rk of this CWrt -___ ._.. ... ".J.; '
Other Expenditure. J and 10 serve a *.pf tb..,eel apses 0'.4 .
m ft the Matetlff or tai Itr. attorney. C. "r ./ ds
wnoe* jm. aad addrea* Is I .... .
R
County .
enr* for 7. 4.m; :** COOK.

.pen. for Sheriff. .xpeDclltur.Oc tJDe& ItR 11.44900 bran.{ Florida C....ut. detail on e_.,r ,.t. .f the budget m'II.J
CUb Carryover to eonr 04 later than A....' 24. A. D. 19(4. above are> eft ale and avalla] I., py I pert I. .1 ..... me."t the

8 71.301.N eoeifeoeo. It yew fall win to be do entered s*. drre.aheesttp Cowaly #M,**liiUfi<4*: lei Pwblje Mali g .le...:rt..8. n.alP 10.14-. andst.l.aseM"

ts for Ik* ,....f 4... 4I.m the supportingA1
bill ., fOIa..Dt.. The nature efs tfi4 persons are wrdlally Invited t.
.. sad .,...... the 4ftklpal. In thle
COCTY UE..iLTJI for dl verse public hrvr ( school program aod budget
for .
DErppnxlmatrily
Tu FLAGLER 11,6464 r hJiiwl and .*.! f 4MI4 0F0 f JT 66 F* to
Aseesfnent L' mills -------- .lftD./ fist day ef JaTjr TillS WCTlbMHATuTtM
T TEAR np Af LVR &ffiVIS'l
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conKOL PIITlnCT By Julia ft. Harvey z. D. 1tOLLAN -.u..t.04e.nt a4 > ....
FLACLEB MOtQirTO. _. .ppr..t..T 'II....... Deputy Clerk /1 ..,.. et hWk 1..etlOo. Flagler Kx-OjjUlo. C .oty. Florida'NaryJvUy
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PAGE EIGHT _THE FLAGLER THIBONE, BUNNEI.L, FLORIDA Thursday, July 23, 1964

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Melba Brannam, Celia Lord, visits, cards, flowers, gifts and ASC ELECTIONSET July 19 1964
and Mary Ketus Holland left I prayers during my stay In the BESOLtmONWHEREAS
76"44V FOR
AUGUST
t1i Sunday for a two-weeks vacation hospital and convalenence at It has pleased the
In Maggie Valley, N. C. I home. Thank you and God Flagler county farmers are re- Great Architect of the Universe
(Continued from Page 6) ,,Bless you. minded that an ASC farmer. to take
unto Himself
our revered
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i ROYAL NEIGHBORS .... Mrs. Paul Stanish has return. Julia Stanish. committeemen election will beheld I and beloved Brother Robert Emery
TO HONOR ed to her home after surgery at II during August Brooks, and

MRS. SUSIE RIDDELL the: Halifax Hospital In Daytona CARD OF THANKS S. M. Thrift, county office man WHEREAS, The departed
I Beach.. I My sincere thanks to the of ASC, all qualified Brother
The Royal Neighbors will have ager urges was a member of Bun
a dinner party on July 27 at 6 I many friends and loved ones voters to be sure to cast their nell Lodge No. 200 for many
Eu Guests this week of Mr. and I whose cards, visits, gifts, and ballots. ,
I o'clock at the home of Mrs. years,
genia Allen. The occasion will Mrs. C. A. Riddell include her ]:flowers have meant so much tome Program administered by the I THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
grandson and his wife, Mr. and while I was in the hospital !
be In celebration of the 91stJblrthday I committeemen Include the Agricultural : That Bunnell Lodge No. 200
l anniversary of Mrs.liusle Mrs. June Deen of Miami.F. I i I and since I returned home. Conservation, acreage F.&A.:M. be In mourning for a
Riddell. I I Jennie M. Black. allotments, marketing quotas, i period of thirty days on the loss
J. Chambers has returned I CARD OF THANKSI
Following the dinner a busi and the feed grain program. of our Brother who passed to
meeting will be held. Host- home from Alabama where he would like to express my Deadline for returning mar the Great Beyond, and
ness
esses for the occasion will be has been for the past month thanks to my friends for their ked ballots will be September 1. I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED:

Mrs. Pauline Magee and Mrs. cards, flowers, visits, and prayers Instructions for voting In the That a copy of this resolution
\S Allen. Mrs. Tommy Salyerds returnedto .during my hospital stay and ASC elections will be included .be spread upon the minutes of
0, her home Friday from the I since my return home. Your with the ballots when they are this Communication, and a copy
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNeil Halifax Hospital where she un ;thoughfulness has meant much mailed out. be sent to the family of our deceased

Ricky of Ft. Campbell, derwent surgery. to me. Brother.
and son I Io
Kentucky, are house guests of I Dorothy Salyerds. Two of Jupiter's 12.moons-1 Submitted by:
"jMr; and Mrs. Mark Hanna. Mrs. Eula Lee Moody returned Ganymede and Callisto-are appreciably Keith T. Lovell
McNeil Is Mrs. Hanna's daugh-I home Saturday from two weeksat larger than the planet Ferris Solomon
i i ter. Deer Lake Girl Scout Camp. U-laaU l3eac/i Mercury. T H. Wadsworth. I
While there she passed requirements

'\ ;,MR. HARRIS TO for four merit badges- Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Stevens"returned .
UNDERGO SURGERY Worldwide Games, Observer, home Monday after two!' NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
Rambler, and Water Fun. weeks vacation. They attended
;. L. I* Harris Is a patient in fire insurance policies we write still give the same
Eula Lee Is the daughter of the Pastors Conference at Union <
the J. Hillls Miller Medical Center 1' dtpendabl* protection. But today you can often enjoy ad
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where he un Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody. Seminary In New York City, visited
: In Gainesville
dlu..al'aftrGge benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
the world's fair and several
derwent major surgery Wednesday little eajtra cost
.1 0 L. L. Brannam, Sr. and Levi, friends and relatives during the
r Jr., returned home during the two weeks. Remembi'N. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
Is weekend after spending a weekat take advantage el fibete extra cove agss. Telephone 4373361
Annie Ruth Geller a
Mrs. Maggie Valley N. c., Mrs. Hal Ashley and sons, .
or stop in soon foe;*fell: patient In the Bunnell General M
o Johnny and Scotty, from Maiml
I ..Hospital where she underwent CARD OF THANKSI will arrive tomorrow to visit T. COOK AGENCYPhone
j surgery. She Is reported to be 437-3361 Citizens *figs k Building Bunnell Fla.H .
would like to express gratitude with her-parents, ,Mr. and Mrs.
Improving satisfactorily. to all my friends for their T. D. Wells.
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Sheriff Homer Brooks was in
Miami two days last week attending
.. a conference of the
State Sheriffs Association. He
was accompanied there by Police '
Chief Wilfred Hunter.
CHEVROLET ; 'J

I Mrs. Ben Davis of Ft. Lauderdale ..
v.' : Is spending some time here ;
.
I .with her mother, Mrs. Ellen Lee,
while her sister, Mrs. Fred Gel. ;;,..

I :I ler ery.,. is In the hospital for surg' makes all types of quality trucks 1 1lnr

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I jI ,' Virginia King, Myrna Knight .
and Daisy Moody left Saturday
\ afternoon for a two weeks tour i gee mu

through Texas, Arizona, Las ',. "
Vegas, and to Reno, Navada,
c where they will visit with Earl
Wilson. They also plan to make
::0, a short trip into Mexico and



I California.Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Stur- ..., -

man are visiting in Onancock, ., o
Virginia' with Mr. Sturman'sson ::,,:.. \
... ','
: In law and daughter, Mr. :> ':
and Mrs. Bill Marshall. 'l
.J ,.. 4
,
Mrs. Andy YelvLngton and

sons, Kevin and Barry, visitedin
Greenville with her uncle and

aunt, Rev. and Mrs. Robert Carr,

I ,Sunday through Tuesday.

to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sisco of Ramsey
N.J, are visiting here with / / '
his mother, Mrs, C. A. Riddell i iee I
and other relatives, for a stayof \
two weeks. a e : e e : Iee

Mr. and Mrs. D M. McKenzie e 1 it a e e e .

of Lake Wales visited here
/e .i : ; / e / e / e./
Thursday and Friday with her
:.1 son and daughter In law, :Mr. zee 1./ / 1 : e .
,'. and Mrs. John McKenzie, and
with her aunt, Mrs. Nell Allen. S e e e e e. : : -

: eee / 1/ / / t /
ZENA MARIE HUNTER
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hunter are
the parents of a daughter born
I at Bunnell General Hospital on

July 18. She has been given ,the CHEVROLET
name of Zena Marie.
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