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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 30, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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VOLUME 52, NO. 30 BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 30 1964 $2.50 A YEAR


4-H'ers To Attend I Susan Wadsworth :: REMEMBER! : Crown C of C's I Mrs. Taylor Gets


Cherry Lake Camp I Candidate For Second Glaucoma Beauty PageantSet I Recognition From


Again This Year Associate DegreeDaytona CLINIC For August 29 ''I 10 to 40" ClubMrs.

Flagler County 4-H Club members Beach Junior College AUGUST 6th The Pageant Committee of E. V. Taylor Flagler
will camp at 4-H Camp I lists 40 central Floridians as BUNNELLBunnell the Florida Crown Council of Beach, this week received a Cer.
Cherry Lake near Madison Floe summer candidates for associate Civic Center Chambers of Commerce has Just tlflcate of Recognition from the
Ida August 3rd through August degrees. Among them Is Miss announced that plans are now officers and board of directorsof
8th according to Howard Tay. Susan Wadsworth daughter of VICKI HEIN PLAYED I completed for the 4th annual the "10 to 40" club of the

lor county agent. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworthof IN GATORLAND BANDThe Beauty Contest. Kentucky Department of Highways .
There are four such camps In Bunnell. The summer credit The Beauty Contest will again "In recognition of out.
Florida, one each located In session ends August 5. concert will be held at 'I this year, be held in Jacksonville standing service" rendered dur
to DBJC dean R.W. 6:45 p. m. on the Plaza of the Beach and the date Is
Highlands Marlon, Madison and According Ing her 17 years of secretarial
Escambla Counties. The campsare Whetstone, no formal ceremonyis Americas on the campus as the Saturday August 29th. work in the Kentucky Capital

operated by the Florida Agricultural planned however, the graduates final event In a weeklong se. Registration blanks have been ,City prior to 1953.
I ries of musical and
Extension Service and may participate in the colleges special musical instruction.programs mailed to all Crown Chambers The recognition was more
each has a maximum capacity annual commencement exercises I from the office of Peter Novak
camp The students received Instruction spcclflclally for her work with.
of about 150 to 170 camp next June. I in music from university(I Secretary of the Crown Council. I out pay) In helping' to organizeand

ers.Most personnel and participated In I II I Hamilton Gordon president of serving as the club's first
of the are composed the 15 county council ani "
camps Federal Govt. forums and recitals. urges secretary of the 10 to 40" club
of 12 to 14 campers' cab. I chambers of commerce
I Among the 95 high school manag a club organized for the pur
Ins auditorium pavilllon, can. Owns Nearly \10% students from 38 Florida communities i ers to rush the entry forms and pose of broadening Social Se.
teen, first aid station, mens'control will be Vicki Hein who bathing suit photos of their selected curity to cover governmental
cabins ladles' control Of Florida Lands will combine musical talents Ina contestants to Herb Shel and state employees, through
and mess hall. Icy pageant chairman.
cabin a large Fifth Gatorland Clinic Band legislation. Only employees of
Former 4.11 members who are I The federal government owns Concert at the University of Counties that make up the the department were eligible tobecome
presently college students compose 3327,000 acres of land in Florida Crown are Alachua Baker Bradford members who had work.
Florida Saturday.
the permanent camp staff. out of the 34,721,000 acres campus Clay Columbia Duval ed for the department 10 years,
Life guards are usually physical I which make up the total land I Flagler, Gllchrlst, Hamilton or not over 40 years.
education "students at the University area of the state the Florida GRANDSON OF LEWIS Levy, Nassau Putnam St. Johns The club worked hard and
of Florida and they hold State Chamber of Commerce WOODS SELECTEDFOR Suwannee and Union. diligently (mostly after office
advanced life saving certificates.The pointed out In Its Weekly Business FFA BAND Contestants must be entered hours) for their cause, and In
"mess halls" are usually Review. from one of these counties and 1950 the Social Security Act was ;
headed by I ladies who are supervisors This amount of land owned Robert Hudson, son of Mr and may be sponsored by a city, a broadened and made available
of the school lunch by the U.S. Government figuresto Mrs. Felton Hudson of O'Brien county or a chamber of com to all state employees.
program of the respective coup 9.58 per cent of the Florida and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. merce. There Is no entry fee After that goal was accomp
ties. total. Nationally the U.S. Government Lewis Woods of Bunnell has and the young' ladles will be lished the club moved rapidly

Parents of some 4-H'ers will holds ownership to 771 been selected as one of the three judged on beauty, figure poise Into the realm of retirement pro
serve as chaperones again this I million acres principally In the Florida Future Farmers members and personality. visions which was accomplished
year and those attending from I west, or 34 per cent of the total to play In the 120 piece The winner will be given tho several years later. It also made
Flagler will be Mrs. Norma area of the 50 states. band at the National Conven title of "Queen of the Florida available a group Insurance
Turner Mrs. Leslie Pache Mrs. "The 3,326,998 ,acres of federal tion and American Royal Livestock Crown." The present holder of which could not have been possible .

Tommy, Durrance, Mrs. J>i lck lands In Florida Is the largest Show In October. the crown title, Miss' Carp:,Kendall :I without this organization.The .
Cody,_and Mrs. Homer Zlmmerle.' amount In .eny't te ease of the Young Hudson,Vlir be a tenth : ,"crown..Her'"successor club Is still going strong'
There will be about 25 boys Mississippi River. Over half of grader at Branford High School at Jacksonville Beach on August and Mrs. Talor says the Is very
and 25 girls from the Flagler this land in Florida, or 1,348,865acres next term and a vocational agriculture 29th.Ferry proud of this recognition coming .
County 4-H Clubs who plan to is held by the National student for the second after 14 years. The work of
attend this year. They will be Park Service and 1,074,981 acres year. this club has made It possiblefor
camping with about 30 4-H'ers by the U. S. Forest Service. The To be selected for the National Service atMatanzas many Kentucky retirees and
from Gilchrist County and 30 Department of Defense and Band a boy must be activein I their families to realize a dreamof
4-H'ers from Dixie County. NASA own together 741,577 acres his chapter and school activities some day retiring In Florida,
Some of the dally activities'Iin the state principally in Air I carry a supervised farm. I Fort which could never have come

enjoyed by the campers are Force Holdings. Ing program In vocational agri I The National Park Service about but for their monthly So.
movies games, relays, softball, The U. S. Fish and Wildlife culture, have passing grades In I Tuesday reestablished ferry cial Security and Pension checks.
swimming folk games, scavenger Service has title to 101,260 acres all subjects, be able to play an service at Fort Matanzas National I II D. (Dutch) Great, assistant
hunt, skits produced by each I' and TVA owns 48,141 acres in i Instrument, and be recommend. Monument This transportation to the state highway engineer
cabin, organized recreation by Florida. The balance Is held In i ed by music teacher and his service bctweeen the park's at that time and an uncle of

trained recreational Tal small amounts by such agenciesas I I chapter adviser. head quarters just off Highway Charles Creel president of Citizens
ent programs, craft, nature lore the Federal Aviation Agency I.I Mrs. Hudson is the former AlA and the Island across the Bank of Bunnell was one
'Miss Inez Woods of Bunnell. She
and others. Veterans Administration, CoastGuard Matanzas River has not operated of the first members of tho
Taylor said the religious as : Bureau of Prisons Public Is now serving as secretary of since last September.It I, board of directors lie Is now
pects of camp life are not neg I Health Service and the Post the Branford High School. begins operation under the retired.

lected. The 4.11 blessing is sung Office. joint sponsorship of the Nation.
before each meal and daily nondenominational I' "Interestingly 322,000 acres of Brother of Mrs. al Park Service and Captains Ernest Johnston
vesper services the Florida total has been held Tweed Passed S. W. Jenkins and Emory JenkIns i In Daytona Bench
are held every evening. by the U.S. Government continuously Away MondayA. of St. Augustine. ,I Nursing Homo
of
Parents are invited to visit the since Florida was procured B. Ronald Lampasas The Jenkinses, who have had Ernest<< W. Johnston recently
brother of Mrs. Nellie
camp .pn Thursday night. from Spain In 1819. The Texas long experience In commercial entered the Clyatt Memorial
balance was acquired by purchase Tweed of Bunnell, passed away boating operations as well as Center, a nursing home In Day
unexpectedly early Monday
exchange or gift as in the previous passenger operation at tona Beach
MEN HAVE BEGUN case of the Everglades National I morning.Mr.. Ronald had served as Fort Matanzas, have acquired a Mr. Johnston Is one of the
Park a gift to the federal from new 28-foot catamaran-hulled, pioneers of Flagler County ands
BASIC TRAINING the state government" I bandmaster at Lampasas' for all aluminum craft. The boatIs / a former county judge lie
Charles D. Sheeld,18, son of many years before retiring aev* equipped with comfortable also was the first sheriff of
oral He had been In
Mr. and :Mrs. Louis S. Sheffield, Brother of Mrs. years health ago.for time before 1 seating and Is operated under Flagler County. He has been
falling some
Bunnell, and Harry R. Moody, Craig Passed suffering' a heart attack Coast Guard and National Park confined to his home for the
18, son of Mrs. Margaret P. Away Sunday lie 73 of Service regulations. past several months.Mr. .
Monday. was years age.
Moody of Flagler Beach and Thomas Carroll Garrett of The ferry service will be In Johnston's address will be
He Is survived by his widow,
George M. Moody of Bunnell Sparkman, Arkansas brother of Mrs. Dolly Bell Ronald of Lam. effect during' the park's opening the Clyatt Memorial Center,
have begun basic training at Mrs. James Craig of Bunnell, hours 8:30: a, m. to :5 p. m. seven 1001 South Beach Street
pajuts; and one sister, Mrs. Nellie
died Sunday evening days a week throughout the
the Naval Training Center, Great unexpectedly Tweed of Bunnell. '
heart attack.He There Is nomi SC CLUB TO PICNIC
Lakes Illinois. following a Funeral services and burial summer a very
The nlne-week training Includes was 49 years of age. were held In Lampasas. nal charge for the boat service AT FLAGLER BEACH
naval orientation history Survivors Include his mother, but there Is no admission chargeto A k adjacent .

and organization, seamanship, Mrs. W. A. Garrett of Sparkman; ROBERT MOODYAT the Park. to the municipal pier at
ordnance and gunnery, military one brother and five sisters, including Visitors may spend as long as I Flagler Beach Is on the schedule
drill, first aid and survival Mrs. Craig of BunnelL FORT MONROE they like on the bland at the for the Flagler Senior Citizens
During the training recruits Funeral services and interment Specialist Five Robert Moody, historic tort as the boat Is In Club when It meets next Tuesday .
receive tests and Interviews were Tuesday with Ben HI, 26, whose parents live In almost constant shuttle for the I August 4. The picnic wilt
which determine their future assignments ton Funeral Home of Fordyce, Flagler Beach was assigned to short trip across the Matanzas be at 12 o'clock noon with mm1.II .
In the Navy. Upon Arkansas, In charge of arrange'ments. the U. S. Continental Army Command River. Park Rangers are on dutyto ben bringing food and beveragefor
completing the program they Mr. and Mrs. Craig at Fort :Monroe, Virginia provide field Information and II a luncheon.
are assigned to service schoolsfor t Carol and John Craig left early July 9.Specialist. interpretive service for visitors I This will be the last of three
technical training or to ships 'Monday morning to attend the Moody, a military at all times. monthly meetings scheduled by
and stations for on.the Job train. services. stenographer In the command's the Club for the summer when
Ing In a Navy rating specialty. headquarters company enteredthe The antennae, or "feelers," of so many members are away on
Wslvls Ridge on the bottomof army In 1955. ants are remarkably rich In organs vacation. The Club wilt resume
The loud booming sounds, the South Atlantic forms a Moody, whose wile Aida, Is : of smell and touch. A Its twice monthly meetings beginning *
made by channel bass and black I barrier that prevents Ice-cold- I with him at Fort :Monroe, was I single antenna of the wood ant In September, at Its
drum are often heard In the corridors Antarctic bottom water from en graduated from Bunnell High contains 211 olfactory cones and clubroom In the Flagler Beach
at Marlneland. tering the eastern Atlantic School In 1995. I 1.730 touch bristles. Recreation Center.p ,



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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 30, 1964

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mings for all softball players IN TilE COUNTY JUDOWft COURT,

Wednesday. Coke, chips, wein- PETERSON TEXACO I FLORIDA KLAGLKR COUNTY STATIC OF

ere, etc., are to be on the slate. SERVICE I BsUte of Paul Cooler d....sed.
The State of Florida To All Persons -
The ,summer enrichment program ROAD SERVICE Interested in the I4 tate of

was winding up a suc said Decedent:
Light Mechanical Work You are hereby notified that a
cessful season that was set up written Instrument purporting to
i Phone 43734U.Bunnen be the Last Will and ,
Manuel and Cliff Testament
by Coaches Bo I
1 lot said decedent has been admitted
McGriff. Mike Zimmevle, James I .- to. probate In said Court.
.
N "1'E! "5'i IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF J You are hereby commanded withIn -
.. \" J: ; . Whitaker, Joe While, Tilman 9KVKNT1I JUDICIAL TILEi, i i six' calendar months from the
Robinson and Leslie Pache IV AND FOR FLAULKR CO UN- 'date of the first publication of this
TV, FLORIDA. LAW NO. 010 I notice to appear in said Court and
200 helped manage teams. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF show caUse, If any why
CARDINALS WIN Higglnbotham FLORIDA, an Agency. of the the actions of said J'dur In admitting
SOFTBALL TITLE r The Braves and Yankees will State of Florida, said Will to probate should
SUMMER
play Wednesday as both teams Petitioner, not stand unrevoked.
3056
(Seal) T. K. MCKNIGHT
The Cardinals, going Into their won in a playoff The Cardinalsand HELEN FIELDS, et al.. County JudgeFirst

last game of the season, won Cardinal Ab'311 R H Braves will meet In a game NOTICE: OF RULE Defendants.NISI publication on July Florida 30. 1964

over the Yankees six to five. T. Whitaker Friday afternoon at five 'o'clock. NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN July 30 & Aug. .13.20-He
J. McNab 332 PROCRKDINGS!
I IN THE NAME AND BY THE IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
The Cards had to win their G Worley 3 1 1 AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF KLAGLKR COUNTY FLORIDA

I E. Rice 312 Subscribe lor The Tribune FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY NO. 4906
final game as the Braves won Flagler TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY CON Ellen Schweighardt

the opening game 11.2 over the D. Bratcher 301 $2.50 A Year. In Advance CERN. and to all persons and par Plaintiff,
tIN ties. claiming or having any right
White Sox. A loss for the Cards : D. Spivey 301 title, Interest, estate, mortgage or Peter James sSchwelghardt, Jr.Defendant..
R. Smith 301 TIIK COURT OF TIIK COUNTY other lien to or on those certain
would have put both teams In I JUDUK, KLAGLKIl COUNTY, parcels of land hereinafter described NOTICE TO DKKKND:
a playoff Tab Whitaker 300 FLORIDA, IN' I'UOUATF. and the following persons, THE STATE OF TO:
Bratcher' In re: Estate of together with all unknown persons Peter James FLORIDA f Jr.,
The Cardinals played one of J. 200 Paul Cooler Deceased claiming by. through or under whose residence and post office
To All Creditors and Persons known persons who are dead, or adress are unknown
their best games, as the Yankee Having Claims or Demands Against who are not known to be dead or You are hereby notified that a
big bats were booming. Great 26 6 9 Said Estate: al1 Clinton suit has been filed against you In
You and each of you are herebynotified Fieldsco the above entitled and
cause
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field plays by Worley, D. Brtch-- Innings R H and required to present :Marlon Clinton Fields are hereby required you answer

er and D. Spivey broke up two Yankees 0102025 6 2 any claims and demands which P. O. Box 428 with the ktoorlhr.o'8"o t,
you or either of haveagainst Pearson Georgia and to serve a copy thereof upon
scoring threats. Cardinals 22002x6 6 5 the estate 1uarla Cooler, SRD NO. 102.1 the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
2 base hits Whitaker three. deceased, late of said County, to whose name and address is:
T. Whitaker, J. McNab, and E. Ty ; the County Flagler County Helen Fields RAY SELDEN
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Rice (big bats) did all the hit. base hits, E. Rice, G Carle andB. I aJut'rehf office In the P.O. Box 428 Selden Building
court house of said County at Bun Pearson, Georgia Daytona Beach Florida
ting for the Cards. For the Geller. nell Florida, within six calendar SRD NO. 102.1 not later than August 31, A. D.
I months from the time of the lint 19 .
Bo Manuel.
Umpire-
Yankees the Geller -.John and publicationeach this .demand Marlon Clinton Fields If" you fall to do so. decree pro
Benny-had two and three hits claim or P.O. Box 428 confesso will be entered against
I shall be in writing and shall state l'eii nNcf.el YOU for the relief demanded fa the
Glen Carle had a triple.In FINAL STANDINGW the place of residence and post office .r bill of complaint. The nature of
address of the claimant and said suit being for divorce.
the first game, the second L shall sworn to by the claimant Frank Thompson WITNESS my hand and seal of
beat
place Braves won In four Innings per y and accompaniedby 17948 Roscoe Blvd. aid Court this 28th day of JulyOfficial
Cardinals 9 4 692 a filing fee of one dollar and Itesedea California A. D. 1964.
with the ten run rule. such claim or demand not so' filed SRD NO.. 102.1 ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Braves 8 5 616 Marlel },[. Tidwell
shall be void. Thompson Clerk ot laid CIrcuit Court
Cliff Wetherington gave up two White Sox 5 8 334 BPauline Cooler Nichols 17948 Roscoe Boulevard Dy Julia It. Harvey
hits In the both In the As executor of the Last Will Resedea. California Clerk
game, I Yankees 4 9 308 and Testament of Paul Cooler SRD NO.' 102.1 July 30 & Aug. 1.1D3-3 c
fourth Inning. Richardson, Bar. deceased -

ber and had the hits for First publication July 30, 1964. PNtoit'':' NOTICE AND CALL OF MEETING:
Dudley FOOTBALL WITH THE July 30 & Aug. 6.13.20-4te Orchard Street TO ELECT ONK MRMIIER OF
the Braves. The final score was 1'. O. Box liftWatertown. HOARD OK foIUPI'RVIlCOUJ! FOIl
BULLDOGS 25 YEARS AGO IN TIIH CIIICUIT COURT OF New York IIIMINI DRAINAGE: DISTRICT
132. KLAULKR COUNTY FLORIDA SRD NO. 102.1 Notice is
hereby given that
a spec -
Coach Bo Manuel gave the The Bunnell High School CHARLES IN rilANC'KHY NEBUS: NO. 40O5 James Brewer Tidwell al meeting of the owners of land
situated In
game winning champions a played the first season of foot VII. Plaintiff. 119 P. O.North Box 674 Orchard Street District in Flagfor the. Bimini County Drainage Florida

Champion Emblem from the ball. The team 'played ten LILLIAN NEBUS Watertown New York Commissioner's Is hereby called to be held In the
Room of the Flag
Youth Amateur Softball Pro. games and lost three by only 1 NOTICE TO Defendant.DKKKND SRD NO. 102.1 l'r County Courthouse, Bunnell,

gram. The following boys received point They won one and lost THE STATE LILLIAN OF NEBUS"UHUDA, TO: SECTION STATE ROAD 78001-2401-2403 9 FLAOLER A.Florida D.' 1964, on, at the 3 4th o'clock day of P.August M. for,

the emblems; nine. The big game they won Houte 206 COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS I the purpose of electing one mem
SRD NO. IOU RIGHT OF WAY 1 bar of the Board of Supervisors for
South Somervllle, New Jersey
Tye and Tab Whitaker, Gordon was over the Hastings Spudsters You are hereby notified that a LIMITED ACCESS the term of three years and to attend -

Worley, Ray Smith, Joe Arnold 1918. Their coach was the vocational the suit above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you I In That The part 8EK of of: Section 32. Township taming to to such the other district business g.that per-may

David Spivey, Jimmy Mc agriculture teacher, required an 11 South, Range 31 East, lye come before the
ewer with the ktoorlihr.o'ITo t, ing within 150 feet of the survey At such election each and every
Nab, John Bratcher, Carl and Joe Norflcet The following boys and to serve a copy thereof upon line of State Road 9 (1-95) acre of land in the said District

Herby McKelvln, D. Bratcher.Joe (then) were playing their first the whose plaintiff name c:and laintitt's address attorney Is; Section 73001.as follow.said :survey line described shall or be by entitled proxy to In one writing vote In duly person

White was team manager game. Do you remember KAY 8KLDENSelden Commence on the South line of signed for each acre of land owned
said Section by him In said District Guardians
32 at a point 369.48
and James Whitaker was coach. George Allen, Shelton Barber, Daytona JJvilldhig Beach. Florida feet West of the Southeast corner -i I may represent their wards. Execu-

Both did a good job. Marvin and Alfred Tucker, William not later than August SI. A. D. thereof thence South 1820'19 tors and the administrators estates of deceased may represent -
1904, East 200 feet to the Point of Beginning. persons -
Burnsed, William Durrance, If you fall to do so, decree pro thence North 18*80'18" and private corporations may
confesso will be entered West 5761.11 feet to the North be represented by their officers or
Ira Holton, John F. Clements, ar.aln.t line of duly authorized agent
PENNANT WINNING GAME you for the relief demanded said Section S3 at a point
Wayne Duttenhaver OwenThomas bill of complaInt Tho nature of 2049.55 feet West of the North It Is ordered that this notice be
Yankees Ab B H said suit being for divorce. east corner thereof published each: week for two consecutive -
Gilbert Higglnbotham, WITNESS my hand and seal of weeks in The Flagler Tri
J. Geller 402 Harry Thomas and Howard of said Court this 28th day of JulyOfficial'Heal Containing 19.28 acres more or bune. a newspaper published in
less Flagler County, Florida
M. Durrance 4 0 0 I Hunter. ( ) E. A. SMYTHS Date of first publication July 23,

B. Geller 4 0 3 Clerk of said Circuit Court OWNED BY: ELIZABETH N. A. D.'olJ'Of
DWELL: KATY J. By Board of Supervisors,
By Julia\ It. Harvey TIDWELL
B. Robinson 300 A. B. JOHNSTON. I're.ldentAtte.ti
SOFTBALL PLAYERS Deputy Clerk LKORANDE and husband WAL
J. Cook 300 July 30 A Hug. I.U.Zo-He TER o LEORANDE; HARRY E.
/, !TO GET TREATS TIDWELL and wife IDA MAE >. F ALFORD. Secretary
G. Carle 321 IV TIIH CIIICUIT COURT! OKFIA TIDWELL; JOHN F\ TIDWELL July 23-30-2tc
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M. Robinson 310 Mrs. Hat tie King, Mrs. Mary IV CIIAVCF.RY NO. 4MIH MAGGIE 1fO'tD ,. EATMAl4: IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT 9BVKVT1I -

II King 3 1 0 Smith and Mrs. EDGAR F. and husband WILLARD EATMAN; I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV
Peggy Worley IIl1LZEL.Plaintiff.
TOM C. TIDWELL; JAMES O. TID- AND FOR KLA T. Bratcher 1 1 0 arc going to fix up all the trim- v.. WELL and wife. ANNETTE TID- FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
MAny RHODES IIELZEL. Wi'ItAVILLIAM: HAMPTON TID-. 4MA6..DII'
-- Defendant. WELL and wife EDITH TID- PETER PAGANIS.
NOTICE TO DKKKNDTUB WKLL; MARION CLINTON Plaintiff,
STATE OF FLOHIDA. TO: FIELDS and wife HELEN I
MAUY RHODES HELZEL. FIELDS; JAMES BREWER TID- TOULA PAGTAN1S.
4555 Cecelia Street, WELL and wife BETTY TID- I Defendant
Lot Number Nine, WELL: MARIEL M. TIDWELL NOTICE OK CUlT
b Cut'ahy. California THOMPSON and husband FRANK I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
is 1i You are hereby notified that a THOMPSON; HARRY BYRON TID. I OF FLORIDA:
suit has bf'l'nIt'd against you In WELL and wife GliIRALDKEN TID- TO: Toula l'aganlsWhose
the above entitled cause; and you WELL; THOMAS JACKSON TIDWKLL Address and Residence Is:
are hereby required to answer and wife FHANKIH LI:E I 80 Gardener Street -
with the Clerk rlhr.o'O: t, TIDWELL; FRANCES MARION I I, Peabody, Massachusetts
and to serve a copy thereof upon DWELL CAPPS and husband EDDIE You are hereby notified that a
i the plaintiff or plaintiffs l attorney ECAl'fd BARBARA TIDWELL suit In equity has been brought
I II II I whose name and address Is: ( ) husband DUANK against you by Peter Pagan( In
UPCHUUCH & CHURCH CONE; ANNE TIDWELL: BELLE the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial
800 Exchange Punk Buildinglat. TIDWELL; CLINTON FIELDS and Circuit in and for Flagler County,
Augustine Floridanot any unknown heirs devisees end/ Florida and you are hereby summoned
later than August 24, A. D. or other ('1.lmant.lnder said W. J. I ordered and required to
194. TIDWKLU deceased. file your written answer or defenses -
It you fall to do so, decree pro to amended complaint
I .' + you for the relief demanded in the hop of Taking has been filed In entitled cause In the office
o 1 l bill of complaint The nature of the above-styled cause, by the Petloner of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
said suit being for divorce the acquiring authority of In and for Flagler County Florida,
WITNESS hand and f.Juf these proceedings, of the taking at his office In the Court House
of said rtmttl 21st day : of the above-described land., for In Bunnell. Florida on or before
A.D. 1984. I the purpose set forth In the petition the 17th day of August A. D. 1964.
(Official Heal) E. A. 8MYTIIK In this cause, vis.: As right and to serve a copy of such anWlbon.r -
1 Clerk of mid circuit Court of way tor. portion of State 0 defenses upon Raymond
By Julia R. HarveyDeputy Road 9 In Flsfler County Flor Karl and Conway. plain
Clerk ida. and that the Honorable G eo. tiffs attorneys herein, whose ads
July 33-30 Aug. I.U-He Wm. Jackson, one of the Judges I dress Is 601 North Grsndvtew Avenue.
--.- of the Circuit Court In the Seventh I P. O. Box 8725, Daytona
iv Till cinrriT COURT OKKI.Am.KU Judicial Circuit of Florida will. I Ikac l. Florida, on or before said
J COUNTY, KI.OIUDl on July 3$. 1984. at 2:15 P. M.. In I date as the laws of
IV CIIAVrKRY NO. 4SM the Flagter County Courthouse at Florida and q1Irl Florida Rulesof
In MAUGUKIUTK BAKER Ilunnell Florida consider said Civil Procedure It you fail to do
Florida. Plaintiff Declaration of Taking, appoint ap 10, a Decree Pro Confesso will b4I
. VI .. praiser. make such Order as the entered against you for the relief
FREDDIE BAKERDefendant. Court deems proper. All parties feted against you for the relief
to the suit and all parties In demanded In the complaint
NOTICE TO DKKKVDTHE terested may be heard You are further notified that the
after bowling beer is naturalAfter STATE OF Fl/MUDA. TO: at the time af pace designated. nature of said suit Is a suit for
a FRKDD1B 11AKKU You. and each of 1'0.r.* hereby a divorce and Its purpose Is to secure
'whose residence and post officeaddress commanded to appear by filing an I a divorce forever annulling
arc unknown. Answer to the Petition heretofore i the bonds of matrimony existing
you've bowled a or two or when you're winding You are hereby notified that a filed In this cause In the entitled between you and the plaintiff.The .
game up suit has been filed against you In Court on or before August 2/. {/. name of the court In which
the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,It's good to relax the above entitled cause; and you to show what right title, interest this suit has been Instituted Is
with are hereby required to file your answer or lien you, or any of you, have Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial
friends What better add
and compare scores. way to to the with the Clerk of this Court In and to the above-described Circuit for Flagler County.
sport and the sociableness than with a refreshing glass of beer? and to serer ropy thereof upon land., and show cause why the Florida 1I\nth abbreviated title
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, same should not be taken for the of this case Is Paganls vas Pagan
However you take your fun-beer always makes a welcome who. name and address Is uses and Purposes Mt forth In the It Is hereby ordered that this
addition to the It T COOK. Petition filed herein order and notice shall be published
party. Bunnell. Florid WITNRM .J1 1Un and the once a weak for four e.nsec tlvo!
Your familiar of beer Is also reminder that not later than August 34. A. D. 1984.If SEAL of said Court on this 9thto weeks In The Flsgler Tribune, atagl.c
glass a pleasurable you fall to do so, decree p day of July. A. D. ift /{. newspaper published In Bunnell.
we live In a land of personal: freedom-arid that our right to enjoy conftsso will be entered scamsyou K. A. 8MTTHE County. Florida and hav
for the relief. demanded in the Clerk of the
Circuit Court
InJAMB ing a general circulation in Flag
beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one, but an important one, of bill of complaint The nature of and. for Flatt.r; County. Fl.rld a ler 1 .ashy. Florida.
those personal freedoms. aM suit being for divorce By:: Julia fL Harvey WITNESS My hand as Clark and
WITNBSS my hind and sal of IEALr-PUt" Clerk tea seal of s.ld Court In Bwnaell.
said Court this list day of July ( Count,,. Florida this 6th
In Florida.beer'goes with fun with relaxation A IX 1984.Official J, RICHAKD0ON Falayg.of Jul)'. IM! .
( (teal) K. A. SMYTHS HOLLAND BUILDINGTALLAHASWJE. (CIRCUIT WRT SEAL)
@ Clerk of Mid Circuit Court FLORIDA A. BUYTIIE
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION c. By Julia It. Harvey or.l >tTNJL ron THE '.0.101 si ftiNru TARS OOJUDA Deputy Clerk PETITIONER. asxl for FUgler Gevnty. Florida
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VALUE I I :: Phone**7-320'1*

STAMPS 103 S. Railroad St.
SUPER MARKET



Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Monday, July 30, 31, Aug. 1 and 3

FLORIDA GRADE "A"


FRYERS pees Quarters"or Lb.. 29 c





Florida Grade "A" Family Package-5 lb. Bag Cut-up . J. .51.59U.


.S. CHOICE (FLAVOR AGED) CENTER CUT

RIB STEAK lb. 69'' PORK CHOPS lb. 69


U. S. FLAVOR AGED) END CUT

CHUCK STEAK lb. 49 PORK CHOPS Ib. 39

U.S. CHOICE (FLAVOR AGED) WORLD'S BEST

. FAMILY STEAK Ib. 59 GROUND BEEF Ib. 39


HERSHEY'S ARMOUR SHORTENINGVegetole PILLSBURY'S SHURFINE CANNED


SUGAR FLOUR MILKT"ICE.n.


5 Lb. 3 Lb. 5 Lb. '
Bag 3ge Tin 3ge Bag 390 fOe
.
Limit 1 with purchase of$5.00 Limit 1 with purchase of$5.00 Limit 1 with purchase of$5.00 Limit 4 Pleaseml"
or more food orderBAKERY or more food order or more food order
ITEMS o Hunt's 14 Ox.CATSUP. I :Ii

Everfresh x 370Kellogg't

COFFEE ROLLS Pkr. 290 Fresh GreenCABBAGE Lb.
60
Hot Dog and Hamburger Fancy YellowBANANAS CORN FLAKES P&' 390
BUNS Pat:: 190 fOe
Crispy FreshCARROTS American Beauty ((303 Can)
DAIRY
Blue Seal (Solid.) 2 "pg" 290 CREAM CORN Z For 250

OLEO 2 Lb. Zge fOe SALE
Grain
Monogram (Long. )
Showboat 300 Can Big IS '*.
Ballards (Canned)
Pillsbury or RICE 690
BISCUITS Each 90 PORK & BEANS fOe Bag
Cord,'.
Box Whitfield (Waffle and Pancake)
, Jim SALT Dandy 100 SYRUP Bfr390{

GRITS {Box.
Sealdsweet 6 Oz. fOe
Personal SizeLIMEADE
LEMONADE or Red Bird VIENNA
Each 0SAUSAGE Can lOc IVORY 1%Cello Bars pkg.7ge

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HAWKEYE (20 Ox Pkg.)
: PLASTIC DISH PAN \ TOP VALUE STAMPS I,! TOP VALUE STAMPS
5 ct. ,: With Purchase of \ With purchase of With Purchase of
Chopped SIRLOINS 89 $5.00 or More Meat } Everfresh Twin Pkg. S $5.00 or More Food
Pkg. : Order Potato ChipsCoupon :g: Order
;: Coupon Void After Void After X Coupon Void After
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I '. :J-faqer J eae k- i 1 FLAGLER FOOD STORE I


Km BEST MEATS _Wiwasi4e'te"

METHODIST CHURCH Invited to attend. Refreshmentswill I i
Church school Is at 9:45: A.M. be served following each I .
and morning worship at 11 o' practice. - -

clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, ,. ;
:
minister, returning this Sunday COMMUNITY CHURCH
after two months vacation. Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. |!i I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
covered dish THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
There will be a with classes for all ages. Morning RESERVED
dinner following the service and worship at 11 o'clock with JULY 30, 31, AUGUST 1, 1964
the official board will meet after ,I Rev. R. W. Dickert, pasto.- I'
the dinner. All members and
friends are urged to be present I QUALITY MEATS FRESHEST PRODUCEFANCY
welcome Rev. and Mrs. Hoover I
to FLAGLER SUNDRY
GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF LARGE HEADLettuce

The home.Men's Club will have a STORE I II CHUCK For

fish fry at the Gages this Monday I Will Be Closed On \ POT Lb. 2 33
evening about 5:30.: The l 1 ROAST 49
TUESDAYS
fish, hush.puppies, and drink i I
have been donated- .and.. all the. U, S. No. 1 WHITEP'OTATOES
men and their families are in I ; '
GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF
vited. Additional dishes may be I j 5 Lb. *
brought by the families. I Community ROUND BONEROAST 39
The chapel choir will meet at I Bag
Memorial ChurchInterilenomlnatloB Lb.
10 A.'M. every Thursday mornIng 59*
during the month of Augustat >lAIR FANCY WHOLEBEANS
the church. CONDITIONED i

Daytona AT. U. S. CHOICE CENTER CUT Lb. 19*
Miss Patty Galloway, daughter FLAGLER BEACH
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gallo CHUCK (FAMILY) I
friends Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
way, entertained a few
last Tuesday night with a cookout Church Service 11:00 A.M. STEAKS ",. FROZEN FOODS
and slumber party. 1C W. DICKEHT. PavtorIS I 59
Those attending were: Derese V EH YON B WELCOME I 8 Oz. MORTON'S
Owens, Susie Peterson, Ann ...
Meekins, RoMe Tidwell, Brenda I I TENDER SLICED
Pot Pies 5BEEFCHICKENTURKEY
Babbitt, and Cathy Duncan. The HASTINGS MATTRESS BABY BEEFLIVER $1
affair was a farewell party for
Patty,who will be moving with & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Lb.
her family to Lake Worth this 71012 Lemon St. 49
weekend. Palatka, Florida Limit 5 Please
Phone EA 5.9166
BAPTIST CHURCH Furnltu, Upholstering PALM RIVER 10 oz. SEA BRAND BREADED
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. Repaired & Refinished
Mattresses & Box Springs SLICEIBACON> 'kg.
and morning worship at 11 0' Made to Order Also Renovated SHRIMP 49
clock with Rev. A. J, Stevens, Call Laura Morris 4373233 Lb. *?
pastor. Training Union at 6:45: After 6:00 P. M. 49
and evening worship at 7:45.. PRICES REASONABLE. Limit 2 Please
The carol choir will meet each BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
Tuesday at 6 P.M. with Judson Just as near as your 24 Oz. WINTER GARDEN
WESTERN CORN FED
Stryker, Jr., directing. All children Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call For
CENTER RIBPork
between the ages of 9 and Free Pick-up & Delivery PIES 3 $100APPLECHERRY..PEACH
14 In the Flagler Beach area are
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Chops 69

BUNNELL THEATREPhone Limit 3 Please I

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FOLGER'S HERSHEYJSSUGAR

Box Office Opens 7ilS 437.3681 Show Starts 7:30

FRIDAY & SATURDAYSKULLAHD COFFEE
I

-BQNES I 4
I [SAVAGERY! 1 Lb. 5 Lb.

I'f'........'..""" ,. Can 59 Bag, 39


Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Limit 1 With $5.00 or More
I' Food Order Food Order

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300 CAN SWEET TREAT CRUSHED 303 ARGO WHOLE GREEN OR

1 rwra NM arwoao r 1 taUU r *IIC1UN1 1Ut[ PINEAPPLE For $ GREEN LIMABEANS
2 39 For
SUNDAY & MONDAY 6 $1 00
TEMPTATION In PARADISE!,
46 Oz. HI "C" ALL FLAVORS
p' Mix or Match-Limit 6 Please

J OPERATION DRINKS 3 For 89 14 Ox. HUNT'SCatsup


M mamk I II I 2 For 35
300 Show Boat

I PORK & BEANS... ......
Limit 4 Please
300 Saxet
N BLACKEYE PEAS ... 303 SUNLITE

t ( e ., ;: .,,; ,,*,y HUNTER-AVALON-BRADY T o PRANKIt SCOTT 211 POTATOES Kobey's .Shoestring.... .......... 1 0 TOMATOES 8 For $400

tj j TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 8 Oz. Stokely'sTOMATO
****** "THE BEST MAM" IS DYNAMITE! *01 SAUCE .. Limit 8 Please
5 Oz. Dawn FreshMUSHROOM
I
STUART UILURnd II SAUCE.. GIANT BLUERINSO
300 Saxet Speckled EACH
LAWRENCE TIM .
pm ent I BUTTER BEANS .... 59C
........ P
s PE wloit's ; BEST MAN m Limit 1 with
101 wiSUUtUUUt I $5.00 or more food order

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MIDNIGHT SHOW FRIDAY NITE I 0EXyR .0": 1 EXTRA 1 :ti 50 EXTRA
SOS
Box Office Opens 11:15 p. m. Show Starts 11)30 :] : 4f:7 FREE I.JJ: FREE
ALL SEATS 60c Come Early-Stay Late! S & H GREEN STAMPS I II=: S & H GREEN STAMPS :ti & H GREEN STAMPS
I s
With this coupon and :S With this couponS : with this coupon and

Your purchase of (3) Cut-: if you can find the error: Your purchase of $5.00 or

1 t I I up or Whole ti; in our new store sign and: More Food
Fryers Ij tell the cashier. : OrderCoupon

1 IAN Coupon Expires ;I Coupon Expires : Expires

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N \ ; Western

4 F. tri ti, '':.'9'r.,,. I I I ER\rrrlllf. PORK LIVER

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lbs, $

W i, r. 1 {)j SUmmer's. here so-STEAK IT EASY 3 1'he..c.

U. S. D. A. CHOICE


,, OR SIRLOIN T-BONE $fl T E A K . lb. 89



t i OR TOP CUBED ROUND iJ ft T E A K nAp lb. 79*


.. 4 U. S. D. A. Choice (BONED & ROLLED)

; 3 RA .1 I BOTTOM ROUND R 0 T lb. 79<

i. .1';-J; OR RUMP 0

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Lean Western (FIRST CUT) 1
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1 PORK CHOPS NrtBEEF
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I ." 3 Ibi. $00 L3 Ibs. $100

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HAMS Shank Whole or Half Full lb.45G


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F. Photo By Phillip Whitley Butt Half ,lb. 49* CENTER ? 79*

Fresh Florida D & D Grade "A"FRYERS

, Mr. and HARRIS Mrs. Lucian WHITLEY L. Harris ment ENGAGEMENT Interstate 95 Project here ffiS: Ib. 29'

Sr., of Bunnell announce the engagement in Bunnell.Mr. ( ,
and approaching marriage Whitley, a graduate of.
Miss Ketterllnus High School, Is employed
of their daughter Kraft Quart Jar Smoked

I Linda Michael Lou Whitley Harris, son to Mr.of Mr.Phillip and Record newspaper at the St.as Chief Augustine Photographer MAYONNAISE 390 NECK BONES 4 lbt. *1

Mrs. Howard L. Whitley of St and Engraver.
Augustine.The The wedding will be an eventof Our value or H L H CHOPPED
bride-elect was a graduate August 30, at 4:00 p. m. in the COLLARDTURNIPMUSTARD HERSHEY'SSUGAR
from Bunnell High School First Baptist Church here In
and attended Massey's Business Bunnell. No invitations will be GREENS Can 90
College in Jacksonville. She Is sent but all friends of the bride
Invited to at. Bravo 12 Oz. Can
presently employed as a secretary and groom are lb.
for the,State Road Depart. tend. CORNED BEEF 390 5 Bag 290

MISS DIANNE GREENE Lewis W. Greene of Thomaston, Jim Dandy-Quick or Regular Limit 1 with $5,00 or more food order
Georgia. She is a graduate of
Bunnell High School and attended GRITS 5 .290
Schoolof DAIRY SPECIAL
Charity Hospital -
Nursing in New Orleans for
Southern Belle (Limit 2 Please
the past year. She plans to resume Red & White (Pure Vegetable) )
her education by entering OLEO lib,
the Daytona Beach Junior SHORTENING Solids fOe
College in the fall.
FROZEN FOODS
i The prospective bridegroom is
I the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude 3438c Foremost
Yelvington of Seville and is .
I V Gal.
I a graduate of the Seville High Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ICE MILK 490
School In Seville, Florida. I II
I The wedding is planned for Valley Frost SLICEDSTRAWBERRIES 1 lb. Pkg.
,October' 16. I FRESH PRODUCE -
1 ..4 290
,. : I "Guaranteed or your money back"
,. :Carol Craig Honored I (30-60( Ibs.)
.1 'Guest at Luncheon WATERMELONS 590 LIPTON'S
Itt.L. I Mrs. Robert Bertha entertained
.::
10 Ib. Bag TEA
with a luncheon Thursday honoring U. S. No. 1
Yelvington. Greene Carol Craig whose mar
Engagement Is riage to Billy Deen will be an POTATOES 490 1/4 lb. J5VC (Save
AnnouncedMr. 'event of August 8. The party Pkg. ICc)
and Mrs. Homer W. Brooks the Bertha homein Juicy RIPEPEACHES
was given at
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
I lb. or more
of Bunnell announce the engagement Bimini. 190
of their neice, Miss The bridal theme was used In
Linda Dianne Greene, to Mr.I the arrangement for the luncheon .
Richard L. Yelvington of Seville table where fourteen guests
Florida. were seated. SO FREEGIFT 50 FREE 50 FREEGIFT

The bride to be Is the daugh.' Continued To Page 8 BOND STAMPS ( GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
I (1) 13 OK. Box Elite $1.00 (OR MORE) $5.00 or More Food
Choc. Covered Cherries DENTAL SUPPLIES Order
Fuel Oil Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Kelley's Sunday"-,,,," August 2, .1964._ Sunday, August 2, 1964 Sunday, August 2, 1964 ,



[STANDARD


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DIESEL :-: KEROSENEUSE Pill"111"
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YOUR STANDARD OIL CREDIT CARD ( Phone 437-3227

Bunnell, Florida OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELLPrice
Phone 8:00 1:00
437-7172 a.nu- p.m.
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PAGE .SIX THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 30, 1964
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be sure to read the directions. survive on a very small amount,
Gardening In Florida The proper watering of plants give them the best soil mixture 1"u

By Herrer' Sharpe) Is more Important than giving available. Them is no best mix-
them a bath. Too big a drink ture. However, a long-time fav-
Foliage plants are like peop- or none at all spells disaster.In orite for many homeowners Is ,! Call On
pIe-they, too, need a bath. general, most house plants a mixture of two parts peat and Us

Plants won't tolerate a dally I I require a thorough soaking oncea one part garden loam soil. I
serub-down, but take on a week. If you are hunting for plants
healthy luster with an occasional that take little care and will I
cold it
I Don't use water as
leaf washing. Dirty foliageIs shocks the plant. A small dashof withstand much abuse consider
unattractive especially In an water frequently makes the I such plants as Bromeliads, Dracaena I

otherwise spotless Florida room. : plant miserable. Often the soil Monstera Peperomla, or When
If the leaves are heavy with in the bottom of the container !Sansevlerla. These plants don't "

grime, use soapy water, a soft becomes dry, causing the plantto seem to mind low light Intensity ,
cloth and a gentle touch. Rub. wilt or die. Keeping the or warm dry rooms.
bang too hard will cause Injury. plant roots soggy with water Plants that will grow in full
Slightly dusty foliage will will kill them. sunlight include Codiaeum, Dra ;-
sparkle If polished with a flannel caena Fiscus, Philodendron sell-
cloth. Plant polishes are Most foliage plants grow wellat oum and Sansevlerla. Plants

available at the garden supply temperatures between 60 and that will tolerate dry soils are 'YouNeed.GOOD

store. But before you use them, 70 degrees. Therefore, in sum Bromeliads, Pandanus, Pepero-
the from beIng .
mer protect plants -
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romla, Sansevlerla and Sindapsus. -
broiled alive by sun rays. .
O. F. ALFORD In winter, don't roast the plant

Registered roots by placing the containeron
A NOTE OF APPRECIATION
Real Estate Broker a radiator.
Plants are also like people in We do not have words to ex.

Bunnell. Florida that they like their food servedat press appreciation for the many
regular intervals. The best kind and sympathetic acts and

suggestion on feeding plants is de ds of service. that came to ,
to follow the directions on the us in our recent bereavement

CLASSIFIEDADS container. Use a complete fertilizer over the! loss of our loved one.

in tablet or power form. For all your prayers, for your

words of encouragement to each
If there are no directions on
of us, for without friends like
the container, mix one teaspoonof
WUap ....If rile baalas ..nI a complete garden fertilizerin you have shown to be, our grief Printing
".(. Mr w.rd each ....rt.... would have been unbearable.We .
n ....* I* .lI.ar ...ar... one quart of water. Apply
also want to thank each
this strength solution two
FOR SALE-Lindsay water soft. i every of you for such a beautiful
to four weeks.University .
Her in good condition, $100.00. I floral offering, for such comforting .
of Florida. Agricultural

Phone 4392165. 730ltWith service at the church and
Experiment Stations re ,-
5 gallons gas or more this searchers give these tips on diagnosing cemetery. ,
Also to Dr. John Canakaris,
j ad is worth 25 cents to you. plant troubles. Brown
i bass Sing Oil. Highway No.1, tips or burned margins to leaves Dr. King, the hospital staff and OFFICE FORMS
I Mrs. Peggy Moody, for
your pro.
South Bunnell. 7-30-ltp mean too much fertilizer, you'velet .
fesslonal and loving care duringour
the plant roots dry out, oryou've
WANTED-Man age 24.40, mar. loved ones stay at the hos-
let the plant become. ENVELOPESINVOICES
rled, high school graduate for wind burned. pital.
Insurance work, $91.00 per week All the members of
Yellowing and dropping of
starting salary. For appointmentcall leaves indicates soil or gas Emery Brooks Family.
CL 2.4856 between
Daytona fumes,over watering, poor drain.
84. 7-30-2tc
age or poor soil aeration. Small

FOR SALE- -room, bedroom leaves suggest tight or heavy F MILLER LETTER HEADS

house, 1. acre of land with 80 soil mixture, lack of fertilizer ELECTRONICS
fruit trees. Old Haw Creek Road, or not enough moisture.
1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
Bunnell. Phone 4373758. Call Wear growth or light green BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
after 6 P.M. 7-30-2tc color on otherwise healthy foliage REPAIRS ON TV'S /
.1 perhaps Indicates too much
FOR SALE-Six head of cattle; light, lack of fertilizer, root-rot WASHERSDRYERS

one is milk cow, five are not. I or poor root systems. Yellowing,
John Szarama, Korona. 7-30-ltp
wilting or soft growth means
.. Call Collect 672-0377
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COX'S UPHOLSTERING East too much heat or root injury. BILL HEADS
Small leaves and long Inter. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Highway 11 across from St. ,
nodes are signs that the plantsare
Stephens Catholic Church. Phone
growing, with too little lightor RULED FORMS
4373673. Will pick up and de. I'
liver. 7.23.2t the temperature is too high

FOR SALE-3 bedroom house for If the you plant.are just starting a mgr 1Jflagltr Olrtbutir I TICKETS and TAGS

and adjoining lot $9500. Will house plant project here are IIUN11RLL, FLORIDA

take $500 for our equity, $50 per some suggestions on containers.

month. Near beach and post of. Wooden tubs are excellent MRS. M.n. FULLER. Editor
fice. Call 4392345. 7.23.2tp since wood prevents rapid drying CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

out of the soil. Jardinlers
De.Ipated Omelet I'ubIIe.tl.ufor
DUMP TRUCK for hire. Handsaws
Call 7-35C3 usually lack drainage holes Public K.tI .a .( Fla.lerC
sharpened. ID
or ID 7.3669. 648-tf which may cause a watering j'I ...tr, MnalclMlltl theretomm
----- problem. Clay pots are fine and the State .f F.rld.f .
WANTED Old dishes furniture, can be painted to blend with I'!'

lamps, dolls guns, jewelery, and the colors in the patio. f Entered: ae .,cond claei matter
clocks. Mable Wettstaln, 1640 Brass and copper are ideal for I February /. lilt at the pottofflce

;Ocean Boulevard, Flagler Beach, table and mantle arrangements, I at Bunnell. Florida, under act of
4392140. 6-4-tfc but these containers are usually .
phone March 1171
small, so pay careful attentionto We Don't Do The Most
I
FOR SALE OR TRADE on High' water and fertilizer. .
One year . .n.I'Sts
?
way 1, Allendale, 4 large rooms j' Soil is very Important for \ month. _._'1.11
tile bath, masonry, plus( 4-room house plants. Since they must
garage apt. Phone 4392140. PRINTINGBut

May 21UWANTED I

IRONING to do at my 0 I

livery.home, reasonable.Phone ID 73669.Pick up & de -p ,ur We Do Some of the Best


10-24-41 I \Ife't, tou, 4 i tfOUJt, dct...

SEPTIC TANK cleaning' ; drain
fields installed; snail shell. Rea
sonable prices. Call George Ja-

roz, ID 7-3110 8-1-U


To prove CONSTIPATED ritUN-KVAC containing? l I. Dial ID

Smo-o-lheet.Prunea. Pica beat* donna and ol..t natural world 73282The

laxative hurry to
MOODT-S PHARMACYfor
Ir.n.rou. FREE!
Oviei,90.OOO.old
/ tablcta for tic. 1 1I 1e 1e
each year.

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JOHNSTON'S i '

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LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
WATER FRONT FARMS,
ACREAGE &\l4tq tfOWt. cscPLIpfiott 10cArtdc

Sea us for your real estate needs
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I OI'Rc>alL, 1)'tuq sie'LCI ( Flagler Tribune

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The Honeybee's Books Are My Dish money advertise blessings of of a totality They ,never get
r Too Late Amerleah life. Pop artists are 1'to deal with the finished produet .
One-Track Mind (By Dorothy Romans) in sufferable charlatans. ... It so they try hysterically to
I couldn't be (hat they'd ever enrich their lives with all sorts
To Classify Honeybees have one track Smith College, always encour.1 want to lire with one of those I of do it-yourself projects."
aging individuality, "
minds when it comes to nectar giant hamburgers. "Picasso is
not our
dy Russell Kay Robert Bristln on its Art Staff, I greatest
and farmers "I confess to being an unalterable
hunting- many are painter, but he is our greatest
Maybe I'm old fashioned but according to the January 24 Life "
,
four-sided I I"I'm
glad they're so stubborn. square. artist. He's the great satyr fig.
President's magazine In a short brilliint I
Johnston's
"FightPoverty" j I
I fortunate in fact, ure. His whole life is
very ; a workof
campaign doesn't makea The reason for their attitudeis I. article by Reporter Jane Howard
I'm supremely happy doing Just art. When he finishes eatinga
that after bee leaves it's
bit more sense than our long a Mr. Bristin is well known for what I'm doing. What most people I plate of fish, he makes art of
program 'of "Foreign Aid." It hive, it gathers nectar from only his sculpture and wood cuts. He I I do is just a tiny fraction the remains."
appeals to me as Just another i one type of flower at a time, is also well paid for them. He ---- -
grand and glorious rat hole in according to F. A. Robinson, as owns a printing press that puts I
sistant ,
with the
which to pour the taxpayers apiculturist out rare books. He has 4,000
money with little hope of accomplishing Florida Agricultural Experiment books of his own and hundreds \ FISH CAMP
any benefit. Stations. of engravings. BIHG'THE
While I must admit it is a Most nectar gathering insects, Ills wife is a writer and his I
wonderful program to present in such as bumblebees, are too six and a half year old son will AREAS NEWEST
a political year, it still doesn't erratic in their foraging habits be taught' Greek as soon as a I *
ring any bells as far as I am to. be of much value in the necessary tutor can be found. Besides this
concerned.For Job of pollination. Pol Mr. Bristin is one of the few I BOATS, BAIT, MOTORS, ETC., CAMPING AND
Just about as long as I lination is essential to the production human beings left who can talk. PICNIC AREAS
can remember we have been of many agriculturalcrops. His style is a bit like Heming
*
sending billions of dollars over.. way's but with a sense of humor.
seas to stop the communists and The bumblbee is not concern I His ideas are all his own. 3i/a MILES SOUTH OF MARINELAND
make friends for America. Our ed with flower pollination, and We re-quote from this article.
flit from clover to citrus : QiOtoOCKBflMCJOOKKRSOC_ axDmJIt +a ma,
State Department tells us we may How I wish I was back at Smith
don't dare stop or we will lose blossoms to wild flowers on a taking Art!
the cold war. nectar search. However, a col. "I'm really glad to be out of NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
We haven't got half as many ony of honeybees will collect New York and the insanity that
fire insurance policies we writ still girt the scan
friends in the world today as nectar from a dozen different prevails there. I'm also glad not .
dependable protection. But today can often enjoy additlonal
you
but each individual bee
we had when we started the sources to be surrounded by modern
confines itself to a single va. coverage benefits-!Horn Owner's Policy-at very
program and as far as our allies architecture which I find cold
sticking with us is concerned, riety ,of flower. and inhuman. Who the hell little extra costRemember

France, Britain, Canada and a This vital characteristic, and needs all those windows Ar H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
few others don't see any harmin the fact that entire bee coloniescan chitecture should be dedicatedto take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
selling to Cuba, China or be transported to wherever keeping the outside out and or stop in' soon for full details.
Russia. there is a need for crop pollination the inside In,
Why should they when we are are two reasons why the 'Top art is the inedible raisedto H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
willing to sell to Russia, Bul. honeybee is Important to agri the unspeakable. It's a per. 4373361 Citlsens Bank Building BunnelL Flo.
garia, Yougoslavia and a few culture. verse celebration of all the com
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others and maintain the United
Nations whether anybody else I without eUl1Jlnattn'g Individual
helps or not. effort, faith" courage and the
They tell us that we must aggressive spirit that built and
eliminate poverty because it (made this nation great. Our .M
breeds communism but if you forefathers knew poverty but
will take the trouble to check they overcame it, they set their r
the record you will find that sights on freedom and opportunity .
the traitors who have sold this and overcame all obstaclesto
country down the river were not achieve success. Without. ,
poverty stricken individuals but I take pride in the fact that ); .. : ::
well-to-do, well educated scientists my grandfather crossed the nation f.: : rtSIrYltlon1 "I. .
college professors and topflight in a prairie schooner. lie ( _
executives.We took the risks because he had (r choose tl II ",
I "
came out of World War II faith and courage and believed lfl ': '
1'
Mtthyll'I i\;
the most powerful nation on that "God helps those who help ."',,.,. \1.
earth and since then have sat themselves. The trials and I /Aj
t
back and waited for our enemiesto tribulations he faced were his , ,o.., j J '''1
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catch up. We let Russia own, he didn't look to Washington ..1'.. ,. _" .
sneak in and take over Cuba for help, he had been taughtto .. I'I ,I :I"
Pj'i
within 90 miles of our shores fight his own battles, stand
and while we said "Naughty, Ion his own feet and meet the
naughty" when they set up(future on his own. He was an
missile bases, we failed to follow J j American expanding the sphereof
up with rigid inspection and his nation's Influence, opening .
we don't know today what the new territory for the wel
situation really Is. I fare and benefit of all. '
We don't have to worry about Yes, I know the world has f\ > w
the communists starting a shoot I changed. Things are different to
ing war. Why should they I I day. Men are poverty stricken \ r
when they are winning hands through no fault of their own,
down by gnawing away at us, but let's help them to help
draining our resources, sappingour I themselves, maintain their self
economy and waiting for us respect and dignity and reviveIn
to wake up with an empty their hearts the faith and M
pocketbook. courage that their forefathers

We can't eliminate poverty knew. I .

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I Judge T. K. McKnlght; r tum-I I I Visiting here with their aunt, Richard Cantrell Is a patientIn I lax price doesn't matter" to-you.

; ed to his home here Mrs. George Allen, Jr., and fame the Bunnell General Hospitalfor To help decide if the articleIs
P.utJWa&fJ from the Baptist Hospital In ly and their grandmother, Mrs. treatment following a heart'' a wise buy, be sure to study
Jacksonville where he received Daisy Buckles are Silvia and -attack. the labels and hang tags be.

' (Continued from Page 5) I II medical treatment for a week. Cindy Wadsworth of Jesup, Ga. 1 I fore you make a purchase.

. Bride-Elect Carol Craig Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Robbie Tucker has returned Will the garment need repairs,
I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Faws of Brady Wadsworth of Jesup, will i home after a visit In Walpole, cleaning, and alterations before
Honored With ShowerMrs. Albemarle, North Carolina, spent I join them during the weekendfor N. H. with his uncle and aunt. it can be worn?

Sammy Bertha and Mrs. last week at their home at Ar- a two weeks vacation. I Consider the quality you want.

I Tommy Bertha were hostesses at tesia Park, North AlA. They Gloria Johnston Is in the local i Fit, comfort, care, and durability
a lingerie shower Thursday after. had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Eula Lee Moody and Rebecca I hospital for medical treatment. are Important features, even
noon at the Virgil Decker home Jack Ellman and children, Rob- Mercer visited In DeLand Thursday -though the garment may be

r honoring I Bride-elect Carol Craig. in, Paula, and Kenneth of Para through Sunday with their Sales Should Be greatly reduced from its original
muS;N. J. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
,. A wedding bell arrangement price. A good rule to follow is
was used for the center piece Louis Friedman. select the top quality for the
4 I on the refreshment table which I Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr., and Shopped CarefullyThe money and the right quality for

,. was overlaid with a while linen Buzzy McKnight have returned Miss Nilda Gonzalez of Miami, summer sale season is the purpose.

, cloth. The punch bowl wash from a visit with her daughter, fiancee of :Jim Cook of Bunnell, now in full swing, and few Are you one of those shopperswho
I placed at one end of the table I Miss Dianne McKnight, in Land. was the weekend guest of the women can resist what they invariably buys clothes on

and a cake decorated in the over, Maryland. While there H. T. Cook family, 1001 East think is a bargain. sale, and then never wears
bridal motif was at the other they enjoyed sightseeing In the Moody Boulevard.
I However, I If is wise to remem them? To steal yourself against
r : I end. Mrs. Virgil Decker and Washington, D. C. area.
unwise
ber that even at a sale the best buying, keep In mind
\ Mrs. Robert Bertha served the They were accompanied home Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnstonand what really need.
will
buy for you have the qualities you Keep
" cake and punch.BrideElect I by Miss McKnight who will children, Debbie and Ron I you want at the price you track of what clothes you al.
spend several days here before nie, have returned home aftera have that -
are prepared to pay. ready are wearableand
Nilda returning home. vacation: In the mountainsand
I Home economists with the what additions would be
Gonzalez Honored with relatives in Savannah, Florida Agricultural Extension an asset to your wardrobe.You .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sisco of Georgia.
With A ShowerMrs. Service advise the consumer to can usually save by buy.
Ramsey, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Deen, Mrs. Robert shop carefully at a sale. Examine ' ing such clothing staples as
June Deen of Miami, who were Mrs. Daisy Cook of Jackson. underwear and
hosiery
Bertha and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., sale articles carefully.You lingerie
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ville was the guest of her son on sale.Subacr1be.
will find that often sale
entertained with a bridal show.er
Riddell, spent last Thursday' In law ;and daughter, Mr. and
items are seconds or Irregulars.
and coffee Saturday morningat Jacksonville visiting with Mr. Mrs. L. M. Whitaker during the
the Deen home, 311, N. Pine and Mrs. Joy Sisco. past weekend. Be sure that whatever keep to The Flagler Tribune
street. The honoree was Miss them from selling at the regu $240 A Year In Advance

Nilda Gonzalez of Miami, fianceeof L. L. Harris is a patient In theJ. MI&Lynn Orem underwentan -- - -- -
: of Bunnell.
Jim Cook
Hlllls Miller Medical Centerin appendectomy at the Bunnell
The bridal theme was used Gainesville. He will have ad. General Hospital last 'week. She CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
for the refreshment table which
dltlonal surgery this week and Is reported as recovering satis
overlaid with white dam.
was a expects to return home next factory. A. IL CRAIG Funeral Director
ask cloth, and centered with an week.
arrangement of tuberoses. I JOHN CAPO_ Associate
4 Mrs. Jimmy Knight of Nep.
The guests were greeted by AIR
tune Beach and Haw Creek OXYGEN
Mrs. Edith Allen and Mrs. Walter LADY
ELISSA TILTON three In local CONDITIONEDCHAPEL EQUIPPED
Cody Introduced the honoree. JILL spent days the I I
Pouring was Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Tilton, Jr., hospital for medical treatment. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
are the parents of a three pound,
Mrs. Z. D. Holland and Mrs.
I Clifford Hlgginbotham. ten ounce daughter born July Mrs. Ada Kudrna Is a patientIn Phone ID 7-3532
21 at the Halifax Hospital. She the Bunnell General Hospital
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
I has been given the name of for medical treatment.
Elissa Jill.
Mrs. Flossie Richardson Is a
I patient in the Bunnell General 9
/ Hospital receiving treatment for Mi. and Mrs. Charles White

Injuries received in a fall during and children from Ohio, are
i the past weekend. visiting here with her parents,
I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambersand

I Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee of her brother, Mr. and Mrs.

Flagler Beach, accompanied by Charles (Buddy) Chambers.
I her brother and sister in law,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sisco of Ramsey Gary Watson has returned

I N. J., spent the past week. home after spending a week
end in Miami. visiting with friends In Lees-

J burg.
Mrs. J. J. Folk is in the II.
Hlllls Miller Clinic at GaInes. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr.,

ville where she underwent surgery had as their guests Sunday, his
N W.
for a broken hip bone. brother in law and sister, Mr.
1 and Mrs H. H. Paulling of Lees. ir! --- .

Rev and Mrs. Howard Porter burg.

and sons, Paul and Ross, have
returned from their vacation in Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rodgersand

Highlands, N CoI I sons, Andy and :Jimmy, arrived wItw -r
last week from Pusan, Korea

Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robert to spend some time here
son and sons left last week for with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

a vacation at Maggie Valley, C. Rodgers.Mr. 11
North Carolina. Rodgers plans to go to Ft.
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