Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00603
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 6, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00603
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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I September 7 Is I Farm Bureau NAVY ENSIGN ARTHUR L. CARLE School Board

Date Set ForEqualization I Directors Met I ( Three
I Adopts

I Tuesday July 28 I I Now Policies

s. The Board; of County Commissioners The Flagler Farm Bureau held The county school board Tues I
set September 7 as the a Board of Directors meeting at
( M day discussed a multiplicity of
date to hold an equalization the court house Tuesday night, J I-J k I details
which are time consuming -
hearing on the assessment roll. July 28. and ,sometimes downright
D. D. Moody, tax assessor, was I I
D. D. Moody, tax assessor, was __ aggravating. However, the board
ready to present the roll, but it settled
Invited to Inform the Farm a number Including the
was found equalization meeting
I adoption of three nwo policiesfor
I Bureau of latest state developments i
had not been advertised.
in the assessment of ;: school government.
John Crookshank, engineer I taxes. He outlined the effectsof '
I I Supt. Z. D. Holland recommended
for the State Road Dept., asked the Miami Court decision requiring the adoption of five new
the board to lease to the road full Just value assess "
policies, but the board rejectedtwo.
department a parcel of land I I ments. I II err) First rejected would have
near the county Jail for a main. I
lie advised the Farm Bureau required any and all students
teance yard for the department. l I' to remain at school all of the
He said the yard is expected to !- (I school day.
sessors July at
be built this i
year. I I to determine the position of local .
The other
Navy Ensign Arthur L. Carle, Clara L. of Biloxi Miss. one rejected would
Crookshank also said the move tax assessors in relation to I ,
to I I that decision of the State Supreme son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. have provided that there be allowed
to establish a yard here was I I Under .
better maintenance 1 Court. Carle of 111 North Orange St., the Navy Flight Training only two excused absences
provide I I II he received his during any six-weeks period.
Bunnell Program
upon being designatedon
Ice In this area. The Mr. stated 'It is too I I June 30 Naval Aviatorin winds Other absences would have to be
agreed to lease one acre serv.1 I Moody as a approximately 18 months I
road departmentThis late In the year to revise the ceremonies at the Naval Air after entering the program and based on a certificate from a
I doctor.
i'tax roll for 1964. But there will Station, Corpus Christi, Texas, about six months after arriving
meeting of the board had !have 1 to be a revaluation of the has his "Wings of Gold" pinnedon at the Naval Air Station for his The three adopted policies are:
been advertised as a hearing on i t tax roll for next year and now by his wife, the former Miss I advanced phase of training, ((1) All student cars must remain .
the budget, but no one appeared is I the time to start making I ---- ---- I on the school parking lot
to voice objections. The board ]plans. until all school buses have left
agreed to meet this Friday nightat I lie stated that the new tax FREE Is It Red Tide? I at the end of the school day.
8 o'clock to further study the !assessor would be in complete Areas of discolored ocean
budget. charge of the tax roll but the Second Glaucoma water appeared off Flagler and I (2) No student will be allow
W. C. Burman, representingthe i County Board would have to St. Johns Counties last Thurs. ed to perform errands for teach.
advertising department of : provide the funds for the re CLINIC day and Friday. Some of the I ers during tho school day. !

the Florida Times-Union, Jack- I I valuation. I red patches were estimated to (3)) No student Is to be allowed .
sonville daily newspaper, soughtto Invited guests at the meet TODAY I II be over five blocks in length I to do any work In the
sell advertising space to the Ing were Don Moore, nomineefor I The Board of Conservation ,school once
board for Flagler county. The I tax assessor, and the Farm BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER Marine Biologist and Scientists I
newspaper expects to publish Bureau Tax Committee. I I 9t30 a. m. to3p.m. gathered samples of the water Supt Holland told the board
a 100-year special edition this 1... E. Wadsworth president of for testing at the state's marine that if no soft drinks (Cokes etc.) J
..t... year. Tha-board took; under n- I the-Jarm. Bureau,. reported that I I'I ,_.. ...:-ra.w.' .. laboratory In St. Petersburg1 8" sold wing the school day. .,
but did ''Alllda Tucker, daughter of Mr. that the amount allocated for
slderatlon the proposal, I Sunrise Surfers determine if the dread "Red
not act upon It. I''I and Mrs R. F Tucker, placed Tide" has invaded this area. school lunches would be increased
Received bids from Hall-Tum- I,second In the state-wide contest Elect ClubOfficers Officials say It is not yet one cent per lunch. Upon -
tin Chevrolet Co. and Bunnell I for Wlnn-DlxIe college scholarship known if the appearance of the checking, it was found that ,
Motor Co. for a pickup truck. I I discolored water concides witha I the raise in lunches amountedto
Hall-Tumlin bid $1,625 and Bun Howard Taylor reported that number of dead fish which more than the profit from the
nell Motor Co. bid $1,684, but !'Farm Bureau auto decals were I The Sunrise Surfers, surfing have been found along the soft drinks. Tho board agreedto '
because the bid specifications I'available to members. I club of Flagler Beach, was entertained beaches. I close the soft drinks machine
covering tires was found faulty I: Lyman Gage reported on the I with a beach party "Red Tide" which appears I, during school hours.
in wording, the bids were re annual Farm Bureau supper Friday night by Advisor George Intermittently In the Gulf of Discussed transportation for
jected and new advertisementswill meeting held In June. He was I Allen, Jr. About 40 members Mexico, Is actually patches of ,II |students attending the Daytona
be published. complimented for the outstanding and guests were present. I microscopic organisms which get I j i Beach Community College which
Agreed to employ Roscoe Lynnat Job he did as chairman. .I The club was recently organized 'Into the gills of fish and kill :apparently will require a small
$3 an hour to paint the Jail, and now has a member. them. 'bus or station wagon. The superintendent
he to furnish all equipment and Funeral HeldWednesday !ship of about 30 from Bunnell, was authorized to
the board to furnish the paintWork 'Palatka, Flagler Beach, Seville, of work out with the bus transportation
is not to begin until further For and Gainesville. Paving City superintendent settlement
inspection and repairs made I I. Purpose of the organization Is Streets of the problem.
on iron work at the Jail. Mrs. Adah Kudrna to better the standards of rep.resentatlon ExpectedTo Agreed to pay an architect a ,
Ordered printed and posted I of surfing. Projects flat fee of $1,200 for plans, supervision \
load limit signs on the recently . Mrs. Adah R. Kudrna, wife of I'adopted by the club and now Begin Soon and inspection of the '

resurfaced Old Dixie Highway VV. E. Kudrna of Bunnell, passed working Include keeping the : The city commission approved proposed Carver High School
from Korona to county line. away Monday night at the Bun- beach and recreation center :the purchase of a new resuscl- gym which will be built when :
The load limit to be 10 tons. nell General Hospital after an .clean, placing signs designating :tator for the fire department at Funds become available.
Adopted a resolution submitted Illness of several days. surfing areas. I the Monday night meeting. Fire
by the Lee County Demo- She was born In Espanola and The group recently bought I chief Charles Worley reportedthe Former Resident I
cratic Executive Committee to lived most of her life there and white sweatshirts with orange present resuscitator had
ask the Florida congressional in Bunnell. She was a daughter lettering of the club name and 'I used by the department for Harry Sessions
delegation and the delegates to of the late Mr. and Mrs. the sunrise. The club .is now more than 10 years and that It "
the Democratic National Convention .Alrldge Hunter of Espanola, one I planning a dance for Labor Day. was worn out. The new to adopt a plank opposing i of the pioneer families of Flag .George Allen Jr., and Paul ; merit will cost about 37500.
the U. S. Supreme Court de. ler county. Staton are acting as advisors for They announced the paving of I'I I Harry W. Sessions, 85, of Day I II
cision relating apportioning of Mrs. Kudrna was a member I the club. about three miles of dty streets, tons Beach and former residentof J
the states representation. of the First Baptist Church of : Officers of the club are Joe is expected to get underwaysoon. Flagler County, died at his
Agreed to build a boat launch. I II Bunnell and the Royal Neigh. :Teague, president; Mike Card, I I home!, 905 Hartford Ave., Holly
ing ramp at Flagler Beach State bors of America. She was 79 !vice president; Nell Johnston Included In the paving projectare Hill. Sunday He had been fallIng -
Park with an anctlplated $1,900 I years of age. !secretary; Ida Allen treasurer. four blocks of Palmetto St. health tor several years
from state sources. She is survived by her husband I The dub holds a business from Moody Blvd. to Magnolia He was a native of Clumar.
I W. E. Kudrna of Bunnell; I!meeting each month and has Ave. and 12 blocks west on N. Y.. and came here about 1915. I
two sisters, Mrs. Maude Lloyd I headquarters In the garage ad. Magnolia to U. S. Highway 1. He engaged In the hardware
LOCAL ROTARIANS of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Augie I Jacent to the Allen home In Also Booe St. from RailroadSt business and real estate. He
ATTEND INSTITUTEIN I Biddle of Keystone Hdghts. Also Flagler Beach.CIGARETTE. cut to Anderson St. and moved to Daytona Beach about
LAKE CITY surviving are several nieces I Drain St. from Highway 1 east 30 years ago. 'I
and nephews. TAX to the Carver High School He .Is survived by a daughter,
Attending Rotary meeting I I Funeral services were held RECEIPTS IN JUNE grounds to chapel. Also Included Mrs. Beatrice Pollard of Jacksonville ;
from Bunnell on Saturday In from the First Baptist Church: are several 1-block streets ; one son, Harold C
Lake City, were President D. D..of: Bunnell at 3 o'clock Wednesday As reported by the state beverage connecting Railroad St to Highway Sessions, Holly Hill; one sister i
Moody, Homer Brooks and 1. 1.1 II afternoon. The pastor. Rev. department, the following 1.Other. Mrs. Archie Hilton, Brooksville,
Gage (Thomas Pinner, oradated. Burial amounts have been sent to municipalities business they discussed Pennsylvania.
Rotarian District ,Governors I1|I followed at Espanola Cemetery. In Flagler county Included renewing lease for nine Funeral services were held at
were Mr. Dyson from Pensacola, Pallbearers were Coy Harris, from receipts of the cigarette Iota which are being used for 10 A. M Tuesday at the chapelof
Bill Hamride and Bob Langleyof rRoy|I Gordon Tom Holden. Otis taxes collected In June: the Idlehours Playground. Ap Woodward Lowther; Holly ,
Jacksonville and Mayor Hancock Magee, O. F. Alford and Charles Bunnell, $2,794.86. proved building permit for a I Hill Burial was In Shady Beat '
from Palatka. {CreaL Flagler Beach. Jt27T37. ,store on the comer of Booe andS Cemetery.
Interesting lectures were given Funeral arrangements were Beverly Beach $3tC7. Cherry *. The application I !
by these men. stressing the I under direction of Garda FuMe !I Marlneland. JlffljOS. made by Frank Glddens. 'I f tlon meeting will be held at the
Rotary alma and obJ<


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Thursday, August 6
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IN TIlE COUNTYLLERCCOUN- Be It known that I. Tom Adam

I TY IN OF FLORIDA.' IN Secretary Of **te of the Stat,. A
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J PETERSON TEXACO 1'HOHATH., CASH NO- Florida, do Etfertty give:! notle, that
of will
SERVICEROAD IN RE. Estate OOLDING. held In Flaglw1. be
POR1Se I SERVICE I HONDAS R. decea.e d. Tuesday next sung the first on

NOTICE OF' ENTitY OF' OliDEltOF Monday in N D. 1964
Mechanical Work AD111NISTiATiON1'NECI ''the said Tuesday being the third
I Light I : !iIilAnY! de-I!I day of November, to fill th.. fM.

_,./.'. Phone 4373441 BunnellIN All persons having claims or lowing offices State: .
the estate of NON- United .n..torRepre.entaU..e
._ against
: L i mends
rA" DAS R. GOLDING. the abovenameddecedent In Congress
; II1,r"E\'r. ; TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OK TilE I are hereby notified that the Eighth CoowMlonal District fIr

.., .. 9HVMNT1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, an Order of Administration Unnec- Three (3) /8t: s of the si,.
IN AND FOIL KLAUL.EH COUN- I been entered by the preme Court Groups I, 2 and i.
TY, FLORIDA. LAW NO. HO I Honorable T. K. McKnlght. County One (1) Judge Of the District
THE I MIKE ZIMMERLE'S 558 STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Judge: that the total ca.h valueof Court of Appeals for the First Ap.
FOOTBALL WITH OF FLORIDA an Agency of the said estate Is WOO( ; that the pellate District.
BULLDOGS 20 YEARS AGO WINS BATTING CROWN State of Florida. name and address of him to whom One (1) Circuit Judge
assigned by Seventh
Petitioner, been
estate hu .
Coach Brady Wadsworth's 10 I Mike Zimmerle's 19 hits was .uch order I. as follow.: Judicial Circuit.

game schedule had the followIng I good for a 558 average. Benny HELEN FIELDS). et al.Defendant, nA 2316 VII Blrdvlew> R. V. GOLDING Drive Governor Secretary of State

boys out for the team: Capt Geller had 17 hits and good for NOTICE OF nuLR! NISI Malibu, California \yI' ComptrollerCommissioner of Agriculture

Lamar second place and a 531 average. NOTICE Of EMINENT DOMAIN 8/ W..Box WIg sworth Treasurer
Herschel King, Co-capt. ItOCKKDING! O.
Rob Mike Barber came in third witha I IN THE NAME AND BY THE I Bunnell Florida Attorney GeneralSuperintendent
Mercer Tommy Durrance, I of Public Instruc.
ert Dunson Cliff Hlgglnbotham, 468. These boys each had 20 FLOItI DATO : David R V. GoldIng tion.Florida
Public Utilities
ALT: WHOM IT MAY CONg First Publication: Aug. 6, 1964 Commis
Billy Bowden, Billy Newsome, I or more times at bat. and to all persona and par' Aug. 8.U.20-27-Uc sioner. j
State Attorney of the
claiming or having any right.title Seventh
Junior Hutchinson
Daniel Rodgers, SEASON BATTING AVERAGE Judicial Circuit.
Interest estate, mortgage or IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .
Frank Clegg and Bobby Ab R H ovg other lien to or on those certain Jl MiK. FLAC.LEH COUNTY, Public Defender, Seventh Judicial
Circuit. '
parcels of land hereinafter de- FLORIDA I:> rilOBATR
Teters. Mike Zimmerle 34 9 19 558 scribed. and the following persons In re: Estate of State Senator, Thirty-first Senatorial "
together with unknown Deceased District.
persons Paul Cooler
The squad was small, the Benny Geller 32 12 17 531 claiming by, through or under To All Creditors and Persona One (1) Member of the Houseof
6 known r o are dead or Having Claims or Demands Against Representative
schedule was big and rough. Kinney Spivey 1 3 500 who are not nno"'w to be dead or Said Estate: County Judge

The boys beat Hastings 6.0, I i I I Mike Barber 32 20 15 468 alive: You and each of you are herebynotified Clerk of the Circuit Court
making the season a success. Darrel Britt 15 11 7 461 Clinton Marion Fieldsco Clinton Fields any claims and and required demands to present which Tax Assessor

Do You remember? I Jim McNab 13 7 6 461. P. O. Box 426 you or either of you may haveagainst Tax Collector
Pearson Georgia the estate of Paul Cooler, County Superintendent of Public
D. Richardson 32 10 10 454 I SRD NO. 102.1 deceased, late of said County, to Instruction.

Gordon Worley 38 14 16 421 the County Judge of Flagler County. Supervisor of RegistrationThree
Helen Fields Florida, at his office In the (3) Member of the Boardof
FLAGLER BALL PLAYERS Tony Parker 7 <4< 3 421 J' O. Box 42< court house of said County at Bun County Commissioner, Districts
Pearson Georgia Florida, within six calendar 1 1.
nell n
HAVE GREAT FUTURE I C. Wetherington 29 21 12 413 Situ NO. 102.1 months from the time of the first Two (2) Members of the Board

Flagler county junior midget Sam Smith 23 9 6 391 publication of this notice. Two of Public Instruction, Districts 2
Marlon Clinton FieldsP.O.
I 1 I copies of each claim or demand and 4.One.
leaguers have just finished a Glen Carle 32 12 10 375 Box 421 hall be In writing, and shall state (1) Justice of the Peace.
Pearson. Georgia the place of residence and post office District 1.
13 softball schedule. Earl Rice 43 16 13 372
game SRD NO. 102.1Frank I address of the claimant and One (1) Constable District 1.

Some of the boys in the program Bobby Robinson 22 8 5 363 Thompson hall be sworn to by the claimant, Judge, Small Claims Court
agent attorney and accompanied Three (3) Member of the
also played a 13-game Alan McCraney 14 5 3 357 1748 Roscoe Blvd. by a filing fee of one dollar and Flagler Mosquito Control District.

baseball schedule In the spring. John Taylor 35 12 3 342 Itesedea.SRD NO.California 102.1 such shall claim be void."demand not so filed In hereunto Testimony set Whereof, I have
my hand and the
We also have a few of our high James Robertson 9 $ 3 333 Marlel 17141 Roscoe M. Tidwell Boulevard Thompson /SPaullne Cooler NicholsAs Great reagi the State of Florida

school In the I David Bratcher 6 2 0 333 Itesedea. California executor of the Last Will I the Capi :
boys playing
I I I SRD NO. 102.1 : and Testament of Paul Cooler 'tly this the thirty-first day of
summer men's softball league.We I,R. Wetherington 34 11 7 323 deceased. ( A. D.. 1964.
Betty Tldwell First publication July 30, 1964. (Seal) TOM ADAMS
fortunate that these Goo. Revels 34 11 13 323
are very 119 North Orchard Street July 30 & Aug. 6-U.20-4tc Secretary of State

programs have been carried out. Mike Kelley 23 10 7 303 P.O. Box 674 IN August S.U.ZO.27-4tc ,
Watertown, New York
Many boys have been show. Tye Whitaker 23 12 7 303 BUD NO. 102.1 FLAnl... n COUNTY, FLORIDAIN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF p pFLAGLER

ing a lot of interest and many Tommy Bratcher 24 7 3 291 James Brewer Tidwell CHARLES CIIANCKHY NEBUS NO. 4903 CHANCERY COUNTY NO., 49O6 FLORIDAIN

boys have shown a tremendous John Cook 38 11 9 289 119 North Orchard Street Plaintiff, Ellen Schweighardt
J'. O. Box 174Vatertown. VII Plaintiff
amount of experience. We should _David_u _Solomon_ 32 3 9 281 \ New York LILLIAN NEBUS, Defendant.NOTICE vs.

give the high school boys a Mike Manuel 39 11 12 282 SRD NO. 102.1 TO DEFEND Peter James Schweighardt, Jr.

SECTION 73001-2401-2402 THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Defendant.NOTICE .
chance to play ball. John Geller 37 10 13 270 STATE ROAD > FLAOLER LILLIAN NEBUS TO DEFEND

We have quite a few boys who Herby McKelvin 31 8 10 258 COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS Route 206 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
SRD NO. 102.1 RIGHT OF WAY South Somervllle New Jersey Peter James Schweighardt. Jr.,
would try out and Coach Bo Mike Robinson 16 4 2 250 LIMITED ACCESS You are hereby notified that a I whose residence and post office

Manuel who loves to see com Larry Buono 16 4 4 250 That part of: suit has been filed against you In adress are unknown
The 8EU of Section 32. Township the above entitled cause; and you You are hereby notified that a
petition could form a good team Carl McKelvln 29 7 6 241 11 South, Rang SI East, lying are hereby required to file answer suit has been filed against you In
within ISO feet of the survey with the Clerk of tour the above entitled cause; and you
our first year. We could also do James Medders 19 4 3 210 line of State Road I (1-95) and to serve a copy thereof upon are hereby required ktoorlbr.o'go answer

like many counties-use that Butch Hornsby 35 7 11 200 Section 7S001 Bald survey line described the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, with the i.
and to
as follows: whose name and address Is: serve a copy thereof upon
high school experience of base. Mike Durrance 28 6 6 214 Commence on the South line of RAY 8ELDENSelden I the plaintiff 1 or plaintiff attorney,
said Section S2 at a point 361.46 Building whose name and address Is:
ball.And Hal King 36 7 10 192 feet West of the Southeast corner Daytona Beach Florida I RAY SELDEN

our American Legion Geo. Koczwanskl 33 6 13 181 thereof, thence South 18.20'11'East not later than August 31, A. D. Selden Building
200 feet to the Point of Beginning 1964. Daytona Beach Floridanot
, post could sponsor a team. This Paul Barrow 28 5 8 175 thence North 18*20'l9' If you fall to do so, decree pro 1964. later than August 31, A. D.

would give our youth a chanceto D. Hlgginbotham 19 2 3 157 West 57(1.11 feet to the North confesso will be entered against
line of said Section
S3 at
a point If
you for the relief demanded in the you fall to do *o, decree pro
compete and with a good Dickie Bradley 7 3 1 142 2049.65 feet West of the Northeast bill of complaint. The nature of confesso will be entered againstyou

team could even for the state Dudley Improta 17 9 2 118 corner thereof. said suit being for divorce. for the relief demanded In the
I WITNESS my hand and seal of bill of complaint. The nature of
and regional. Zane Kelley 9 2 1 111 less Containing 19.21 acres more or of said Court this 28th day of-July said suit being for dlvorc ,!
A. I). 1964. WITNESS my hand and seal of
This step would be our big. I G Wethertlngton 39 3' 7 107 (Official Seal) said Court this 28th day of July ,
: A. D.
Clerk of 1964.
booster for of Tim Holt 10 2 1 100 Court
gest many our, DWELL: KATY J. TIDWELL By Julia R Harvey (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

young players who I know Ray Smith 31 3 5 097 LKGRANDE O. LEGRANDE and husband HARRY, WALTER Deputy Clerk Clerk of said Circuit Court
I ; July 306 Rug. I-U.20-4tc By Julia
would idolize our high school Rusty Improta 13 1 5 076 TIDWELL, and wife. IDA MAE JIretlerk
TIDWELL; JOHN F. TIDWELLand IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT July 30 & Aug. 6-13.20--4tc
and Legion Larry McKelvin 26 2 4 076 OF
I do hope that we could get Gerry Barber 16 1 2 062 TOM C. TIDWELL; JAMES O. TID Plaintiff AND: FOR FLAOLBH. COUNTY,
this Gene Pelllcer 18 130M WELL and wife ANNETTE TID- v.. IN CIiANCEItY N0-
I would like to Snmv
see a good team formed from There were 15 boys who had WELL WELL and MARION wife EDITH TID- Defendant. PETER.IUbtNIS.;
these that I know ho hits.CARDS FIELDS HELEN DEFEND Plaintiff
some that I haven't seen: and wife BETTY TID- MARY 4555 Cecelia RHODES Street HELZEL, TOULA. PAOANIS,

Cotton and Joe May, Albert WELL THOMPSON; MAnna and M. TIDWELL Lot Number Nine. NOTICE OF Defendant.SUIT
husband FRANK
and Johnny Johnston, Stuart WINBATTING THOMPSON: HARRY BYRON TID. You Cu are a FLORIDA
: ,
Rockett, Harry Bullock, Robert [ CROWN... WELL; THOMAS JACKSON TID.TID> the suit above has been entitled filed against you 1 In TO: Toula Pag'anls
.. cause Whose
WELL and wife FRANKIE LEE ; you Address and Residence Is: r
Butch McDaniel Fred Harris are hereby
The champion Cardinal team TIDWELL: FRANCES MARION required to file your answer 80 Gardener Street y

Patrick Barrow, Howard Bowers, [won the team batting crown TIDWELL CAPPH and husband, EDDIE and to with serve the,Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon You Peabody.are Massachusetts
GAITS notified that a
Marvin Tucker, Elbert Tucker, with an average of 287. Thesecond CONE and; BARBARA husband, TIDWELL DUANE the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address attorney; suit In equity has been brought

Walter Townsend, Buzzy Me place went to the Braves TIDWELL CONE; ANNE; CLINTON TIDWELL FIELDS; BELLE and UNCHURCH & CHURCH Is: the against'CircuIt you' Court.by Peter Seventh Paganls Judicial In

Knight, Johnny Seale, Jack who scored the most runs119.e any unknown heirs, devisees St. Augustine Exchange Bank Florida Building CIrcuit Florida In and for Flagler County
Werthcrington, Mike Hornsby, third place Yankees had or TIDWELL other claimants deceased.under said '"nd'i not IIU later than August 24, A. D. moned.e.. -and' you" ".are'_A hereby___n'A,.' 'sum-. ._

Jimmy FIsch, Billy Cauley, the most hits-93. TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- confesso n if you fall to do so, decree pro I Ale tenses> your to written the amended an.wVr complaint or &

Butch Anderson, Arthur and I tlon of Taking has been filed In you for the will relief be demanded entered against tiled her.t''? against you In the above -
the above-styled by the Pe- the entitled cause In the office
cause bill of complaInt.
McDaniel The
Johnny Jack Knight TEAM BATTING AVERAGEAb tloner, the acquiring authority of said suit being for nature of of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Glenn Miller Arthur Ford Don these proceeding, of the talcingof WITNESS divorce. in and for Flagler County. Florida.
R II Avg the above-described lands, for of .al1.Vurl this m day a* July at In nf.olce! ?! Jn the Court House
Cody, Walton Cowart Cards 352 96 97 287 the purpose set forth In the petition A. I*. the Florida, on or before
We also have some more boys In this cause, vis.: As rightof I, (Official Heal) E. A. SMYTHE and 17tb day of August A. D. 1964.
Yankees 359 100 98 280 to serve a
way for. portion of State Clerk of lAid Circuit copy of such answer -

coming up a year or two. Till. White Sox 344 76 89 221 ida Road and 9 In that Fla the Honorable County Flor Geo i| By Julia/ It. Harvey Court Wilson or Karl defenses and upon Conway Raymond.plaintiffs -

man and Bobby Robinson, Cliff Braves 305 119 67 217 Wm. Jackson ODe of the Judgesof July 33-30 A Aug. '-I Deputy tc Clerk attornera II herein whose address -
Wetherington Henry Bowers the Circuit Court In the Seventh 101 *irth Orandvlew Av-
Judicial Circuit of Florida, will. IN TIU1 CI11CCIT Collar enue P. O. Box "". Daytona
John Jarosz. Keith Harper, Scotty on July SI. lt(4. at 2:15 P. M. In FLAH.U ('OUNTY FLomUA 0. dAte Duell. Florida P* or before said
0. F. ALFOHDReglstMTtd the Flagler County Courthouse at IN ('lIANC'EItY NO. 4NM aa requIred the law of
Wilder, Jimmy McNab, Buddy I Kunnell. Florida consider said ),.IAnOUEIUTE DAK. R. of FlorIda and the 1914 World Rules

Moore. We have the boys, all Declaration of Taxing, appoint appraiser .rl.lnt'.-........ 10,Civil a Decree Procedure. If you fall to do
*, make such order as the Pro Confesso will' be
we need is the .go sign. I do i I Court deems proper. All partiesto FREDDIE BAKER .. entered against you for the relief

hope we get it because at one. Real Estate Broker the suit may appear and all and parties be heard Interested NOTICE: TO D...F ENI). demanded tered against In the you complaint for the relief

time Flagler: county was called BunntlL Florida at the time and place designated. TilE STATE OF FI.OJUDA. TO You are further, notified that the
: nature
You and each of you are hereby FREDDIE I1AKEIt of '"M suit I" a suit for
ball county. 'Yyytl".vy WUVWVVU....... I commanded to filing an who.. residence and post a divorce and its purpose I* to *e-
f.etltlon office
__ cure a divorce
-- Answer to the heretofore address are unknown. forever annullingh.
filed In this cause In the entitled T.0K.artJlf'Sta notified the. bonds of matrimony existing
Court on or before August 24. 1)64. .. filed against that a * you and the plaintiff.
sz.-j I to show what right title Interestor the above entitled Cause: and you In The .na.mo.ot the court In whichfV.iulV.
: lien :you or any of you. have are hereby required to YOU I has bn rtIt1ellt
24 Hour In and to the abov-descrlbed swer with the Clerk rlhr.o't: : Court e
Wrecker Service lands, and show' cause why the and to serve a copy thereof Circuit, ln and for Flagler County.
lame should not be taken for the the plaintiff or plalntltrs Upon fjo/Wa and the abbreviated title;
use and purposes set forth In the I wlH M name and address attorney II: Oflhli.: case I* Paganl T* Paganl
petition filed herein. I IL T. COOK, hereby ordered that this
WITNESS my hand and the l'h nnell. Florida order and notice shall be published
SEAL of said Court on this Ith Dot later than August Ie, A. Do once a week for tour consetutlv
Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. I day of July. &n lilt.E. I It you fan to do so. decree 1944. week In The Flagler Tribune. a
A. fiat E "nf.10 will be entered newspaper published In Bunnell.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court tn yqt tar the relief d..adf'd against nagHr County. Flerlda and hav-
MASSEY.FERGUSON I and for Flagler County Florida 11 ..fDIal..., The nature In the log a Ceneral circulation In TlagnorWa. -
I Dy: Julia It UuneyftCAt .a wit being for dlvol't'e. of hr f'auntv .
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Deputy Clerk WI SBIIR m7 hand and seal wITNEs Sly band as Clerk and
( : said Voe t tllle list day .f. the seal of said. ('puren VMnnell.
JAMBS J, RICHARDSON of July naCI..r punt, Florida this Ub
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 HOLLAND RITTLDIN4TAL4AIIASSEI. ('1>fGe6a L)) 1vi. A. 8llTTln> : (a_y of Jul .
.. FLOKmAOF <'hftt of Baldpreent3wrt f'I'VT 044 SEAL)
Owner Bunnell, Florida C"Oll1'.1.: .. FOR TUB Br Julia R. Jiarve,. a..1t ':
PETITION,. R. I I of the Circuit C.rt In
July H-2J-30 A Aug. 6-4to hi, 11-" A AUC. 6-13eVi ty Clerk aM for nack-I' <5* "ty. Florida
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Fabrics for Fall Summer Time And .


Exciting is the word for the RESERVED
"Summertime.. .and the Living
new fall fabrics. TOP ***
is easy..."
Brilliant colors vdoramatlc PRICES GOOD
prints dimensional textures significant All fresh vegetables help make Thursday, Friday
fiber and finish develop I summer living easy. Many a VALUE Super Market and Saturday,
fresh vegetable can be Just
ments will characterize the fall August 6, 7, 8
washed and cut into sticks with **
fashion picture. I I all the nutrients waiting to be i STAMPS 103 S. Railroad St.
The use of color with color eaten without cooking. Telephone 7-3201
sets the scene for fabrics and Good too. If you're watchingyour i
fashions says Miss Elizabeth weight but can't resist 1 U. S. CHOICE (FLAVOR AGED)
DIckenson clothing and textile snaks. Nutritionists suggest you !
specialist Florida Agricultural munch on sticks of carrots celery I
Extension Service. !: green pepper, turnips summer I II '
I squash and flowerets of! CHUCK ROAST. 39U.
I In the color spectrum you'll j I cauliflower and broccoli.Or .
be seeing flaming orange and!I try outdoor grilling to givea I
" tomato reds. Wlnterberry-this I
new taste to old favorites.
i season's version of cranberry is Have you tried marinated fresh S. CHOICE BOSTON BUTT
r a significant shade for fall. Rich ? Lb.
vegetable gabob
purple and all its variations are CHUCKSTEAK'49c PORK ROAST 49*
top fashion news in combination Marinated Fresh Vegetable

with brilliant orange red Kabob U. S. CHOICE LEAN MEATY
and pink tones. The variety In. 8 small white onions, peeled
cludes grape plum purple 8 ripe cherry tomatoes FAMILY STEAK,59* SPARE RIBS Lb. 49c
punch royal purple eggplant 1 small eggplant cut in 3-inch
and violet. Pink now a staple cubes
favorite for year round wear is H lb. fresh mushrooms washed WORLD'S BEST CENTER RIB
a bold mixer in zingy pink and cleaned Lb.
i' cyclamen and fuchsia shades. 1 medium bell pepper cubed GROUND BEEF Ib 39* PORK CHOPS 69*
hy;. 1 package Italian French sal
Blues and greens are strong
.::. favorites with the original ad dressing mix ALL MEAT BEEF
shades of blue from bright and Prepare fresh vegetables and Lb.
place in pan for marinating. STEW 69 SHORT RIBS 39
true-influenced royal blue sapphire to glowing and purple into- Prepare Italian French salad Ib *

the green tinged tones of brlstol dressing mix according to pack.
and peacock. age directions. Pour over vegetables
and marinate for 3.4
Outstanding greens are blue- GIANT SIZE HERSHEY MAXWELL HOUSE
toned as emerald Jade and the hours.
j deeper pine tones of spruce and String vegetables on skewers
The yellowed combining onions and green
greens are dlflnltely on the peppers or fresh mushrooms TIDE SUGAR COFFEE
wave. eggplant and tomatoes together.
Place on grill 3.4 inches above .
Such tones as blaze
shades of orange extending into hot coals, and grill 15.20 mln (All Grinds)

spice copper tortoise and deep utes or until individual servingsare 4ge 3ge 1 Lb.
done. Onions and Size Lb.
terra cotta are important new- peppers Tin i 5ge
comers this season. I will require more time than
other items. Makes 8 servings.One .
Gold shades taxicab range yellow from seen clear in I of summer's favorite vegetables Limit (1)) with purchase Limit (1)) with purchase Or Your Choice
patent is corn. For a change $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order
the Junior and sportwear mar 6 Oz.I .
I cook it outdoor grill.
and on your
kets to warm topaz cognac
browns reddened Prepare it by removing the husk
hues. Newest are
as chestnut and walnut I and silk and using a double INSTANT
or blackened and sophisticated i thickness of foil. Dot corn with I $100 SALE I
as expresso brown. I I butter and wrap tightly and
Neutrals and black withdraw ] place over a hot grill. Turn fre
t and cook about 20.25 6 Ox.
of multicolor I
to the background I 8ge
ShurSne 303 Jar
and Cam !, minutes. Delicious.and
tweeds plaids prints.
.. el, of course and its newer ]I FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 For '100
.. paler version winter wheat are primitive designs. Limit (1) with purchase
, definitely in. A medium granite I Traditional foulard and cravat Hawaiian Red or Yellow $5.00 food order
or more
into slightly deeper slate grey I prints in vivid color combinations PUNCH 3 For 'I00
;. looks especially new sparked are a refreshing departureFrom EVERFRESH
with color. the inevitable dark tones Niblet's 12 Oz. (Ready to Eat)
Elegant frosted pales led by )i generally seen for fall. For $0O
white frost and featuring pale Two opposing directions arc W K CORN S PIES I
taffy crystal pink cloud blue apparent in fall woolen collections .
!aqua ice coral glaze-very new -wools may either be tex Sunlite 303 CanTOMATOES Each 39*
-lime sherbet and delicate tured and spongy, or smooth and 8 Cans $100
amathyst, are equally at home I crisp.A AppleCherryVan
for both daytime and evening! revolution in knits incorporating Camp 300 Can STRIETMAN'SPORK
< fabrics. i I a greater variety of fiber Cans Variety Creamer
i' Design trends feature primitlve mixtures and the growing use & BEANS 8 1Sparky's
" pesant and country prints.I of synthetics In gossamer to top.coat BAG COOKIES
In the latter look for amusing I weights is the most im
designs. You'll see knitwear 20 Lb. B" 1% Lb.
hootenanny portant developmentfor CHARCOAL 'I00 39*
the Persian influence in sheer fall. Improved wearing and BagD
winter wools. Tapestry effects I finishing techniques to offer
will add depth to plaid floral!comfort plus in stretch fabrics.
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Thursday, August 6, 1

I : JlafJer--Beach :I 1 l FLAGLER BEST F00 p STORE rwri he M ,, jfI \: 1:' :

Miss Bonnie Sue Long became
Girl Scout 968 had a !'\
the bride of Robert De- I J ','\ .
:cookout and swimming party at o'clock ..
Long at one Saturday {
Anastasia Park last Thursday RIGHTS .'
;afternoon August 1, at the First : QUANTITY :
afternoon.The Church at Flagler Beach. PRICES GOOD :', ,;
Baptist ,
girls were taught ',
Atlee Stevens performed ;f.-
building while there to help i! AUGUST 6, 7, 8, 1964 .. :
the single ring ceremony.
them finish their requirements
up The bride is the daughter of '
for their gypsy badge. James Wilson Lowe and the i, Prizes With Fewer Stamps '
They enjoyed hot dogs, potato late Mrs. Mary Lowe of Flag + You Get More and Better
chips, drinks and toasted I

mallows.new games They also and learned songs. several The ler the Beach.son of The R. bridegroom P. DeLong of is i When They Are S & H Green Stamps

Cambridge, Ohio.
18 girls present were accom'l I
"panled by their leader, Given in marriage by her FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D '
father, the bride had as her' U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
and their assistant
I Miss Faith Wilson WHOLE ONLY
maid of honor SIRLOIN OR RIB
leader, Mrs. Don Kaufman.
Many of the girls will be attending of Flagler Beach. Jimmy Lb'
Lowe, brother of the bride, was Lb.
day camp for two weeks STEAKS 89
beginning August 10 in Ormond, I best man. I II
The bride chose a white brocade -
therefore they will not meet again i I I Limit 3 Please'w w
satin sheath with a wisp
in August. Their next i
I lof a Jacket for an empire look COPELAND'S ARMOUR'S STAR OR
meeting will be on September3rd .
their I with white accessories. She carried TENDER SMOKED
when they will begin WILSON'S CERTIFIEDFRANKSlk
a single orchid centered on
weekly meetings. a white Bible. I a
The maid of honor wore a I PICNICS39 49
Mrs. Bertha Heritage from '
pale blue taffeta lined nylon
Dover Delaware was a recent
dress Slowing from a bodice of I'
visitor of Mrs. Emma Kulp and
tiny tucks and scallops with COPELAND'S PALM RIVER
of Mrs. Mildred Sargeant.
mustang accessories and carrieda I HOT OR MILD SLICED
of orchids. !
BAPTIST CHURCH Soloist bouquet, Miss Marjorie Schatz, Lb. Lb' *
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. 39'

and clock morning with Rev.worship A. J.at Stevens 11 0'., sang"Wherever"0 Perfect Thou Goest Love"I will and Sausage Roll I BACON 49

( pastor. Training Union at 6:45P. : Go," accompanied at the piano _
at 7:45. by Miss Faye Bass.
M. Evening worship :
Following the ceremony, a reception FOLGER'S HERSHEY'S
The Carol Choir meets each I'
was held in the base- INSTANT DELMONTE.
Thuesday evening at 6, with
Judson Stryker directing. All ment of the church. The bridal Pineapple GrapefruitCOFFEE
carried out in yellow SUGAR
theme was
children aged 9 to 14 are
vited to 'join the choir. and white floral arrange
ments. The bride's book was DRINK
\ kept by Miss Elaine Tidwell. 6 Oz. 5 Lb. ',
FLAGLER SUNDRY The cake was served by Mrs. Jar 7ge Bag 3ge
460z. $
Elizabeth Johns. Miss Sharon
STORE Springer of Daytona Beach and Limit 1 With $5.00 or 3 Cans I00 Limit 1 With $5.00 or
More Food Order
Will Be Closed On Miss Marie Fleurie of Flagler More Food Order
TUESDAYS Beach presided at the punch


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'?: Announcement has been made I I and Professional Woman's Club With $5.00 or More Meat Order
I of the engagement of Miss Mary I I and the Bunnell High School II III HERSHEY'SSUGAR
", Ellen Brown,daughter of Mr.and I I PTA. She Is employed as book.
Mrs. Averley Brown, Bunnell, to I I keeper at Dunn Bros. Hardware, Our Value (Limit 4 Please)
; William Donald Maxwell, son of Daytona Beach and lives at 344S.
;' Mr. and Mrs. Howard William Beach Street. TOMATOES 22 100 '
Maxwell, 97 Valencia Dr., Or. 1' Mr. Maxwell was born in S B'.b 29*

mond Beach. Nashville, Tennessee,and moved Our Value (CREAM STYLE) 303 Can
Limit 1 with
1 $5.00 or more food order
Miss Brown was born in to Daytona Beach in 1953. He at. !
Charleston, W. Va., and movedto tended school in Columbia, CORN 8For $100Red
Florida in 1961., She was I Tenn., and was graduated from
graduated as salutatorian from .Seabreeze High School In 1958. HAWAIIAN 46 Oz. Can DAIRY SPECIAL -
I He was a member of the band
Bunnell High School in 1963. She
was president of the Future and glee club, and was technical PUNCH 3 For $100 Pillsbury 8 Oz. CanPill.bury's
Teachers Assn., a member of the director of the Footlighters : Each
Future Homemakers, Library Drama Club. He has attended BISCUITS 9c

Club, Tri-lli-Y, Annual Staff, Daytona Beach Junior College.
He is a former captain of North (Plain or Self-Rising)
and was a band sergeant.She
Volusia County Beach Patrol and FROZEN FOODS
has attended Daytona is employed by General ElectricAn FLOUR
Beach Jr. College on scholar. I early .fall wedding is Winter Garden ((8 Oz. Pk g.)
ships from the Bunnell Business .planned. Lb. nEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY
5 380

CRAIG BEENWEDDING I I Bridegroom. Mrs. Sammy Bertha Bag MEAT PIES 4 For 69C
with food order
'will keep the bride's book. Limit 1 $5.00 or more
Mr. Deen will have as his best
Mixed Frozen
I 5 Lb. Box
ARE TOLDMiss '.man his cousin, Tommy Bertha.
Carol Craig will becomethe Ushers will be John Craig,I FRESH PRODUCE FRYER PARTS $:< !!>
brother of the Bride to be, George
bride of Mr. William Deen,
U. S. No. 1
Preston, and his cousins, Sammy ,
Jr., in a candle light ceremonyat i |BM|||
Bertha, Jim Cook and Zachery
the First Methodist Church of Holland. POTATOESJuicy Igab. 4ge Wilson' Shortening
Bunnell at eight o'clock Satur.
t Organist will be Ray Mercer
day ,evening, August 8. Rev.
:and Andy Yelvington as soloist. 1 BAKE RITE
Thomas Pinner, pastor of the
I Following the ceremony a re.ceptlon Lb
First Baptist Church will officiate GRAPESFancy
will be at the Woman'sClub Zge Lb.
In the double ring cere 3 380
in Beach.
I building Flagler Tin
mony. All friends and relatives of I It Yellow
Miss Craig has chosen as her t the couple are invited to both Lbs' Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
maid of honor, Miss Delores I SQUASH Z Z5e
.I the ceremony and reception.
Deen, sister of the bridegroom.The I
bridal attendants will be
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Miss Nllda Gonzalez, Mrs. Tommy *
I McKenzie is his brother, Mack
Bertha, and Miss Susan :McKenzie of Lake Wales. SO FREE 50 FREE' 50 FREEGIFT
Deen. Flower girl will be Mary
Kay Bertha, all cousins of the Continued To Page 8 GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS

With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
(1) 1 lb. Pkg. SingletonW U Pkg. of 3.1 lb. loaves $5.00 or More Food
Frozen Breaded Oyster J V Frozen-rhe Baked Bread Order

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Beach for the weekend. I I puss moth caterpillar is
:.ffagfer3eaclz body. protuberances are
Abundant about an inch long, covered with
Sting curved and twisted and look -
SCOUT TROOP 495 IS long grayish to tan hairs. Un .

Continued From Page 4 HOME. FROM CAMP J A homeowner who spends a I derneath the hairs are rows of I I j[t This like the caterpillar dishelved Is locks found of on a hag.citrus .
spines which are connected to
Saturday trimming his hedge or various forest trees, and .
bowl. This troop had nine Scouts at ornamental
poison glands. These spines givea I
bushes become painfully
Following the reception the Camp Lanoche last week. It shrubs.
stinging or Itching sensation
couple left for a honeymoon trip was a busy time. There were shocked into realizing that when touched.A Genung says all of these caterpillars
to South Florida. They will be over 200 Scouts In camp besidesa stinging caterpillars exist In can be annoying since
at home to their friends and good many leaders of all Florida.A colorful member of the they blend effectively with their
relatives In Melbourne where he grades.It casual slip of the hand caterpillar group Is the saddle. background, and In some cases
while pulling branches from back, which has green flanks
Is employed by Zlnke-Smith on was a fairly well run camp. a dangerous.
Interstate 95. We would give the palm to the shrub may cause an agonizing I I and back, and a brown saddle. However, the insects can be
staff of Junior Leaders. They contact with the stinging hairsof I I shaped spot on its back. This controlled with pesticides. DDT,

BIRTHDAY LUNCHEONFOR I were everywhere, not sparing one of these camouflaged In-1 I|'caterpillar has stinging hairs on toxaphene dust or spray will kill
to sects. |the i back and sides of its stout the moth
ARTHUR BABBITT themselves, and always ready puss caterpillar and
given Mon I do anything to make the workof William G. Genung, associate I'lbod : the saddle-back. Malathion is

A luncheon for James was Arthur Babbitt, I the unit leaders run more entomologist with the Everglades I I Another stinging caterpillar i also effective. Sevin, a newer
day commonly found in Florida Is
smoothly.Our unit of the Florida Ag insecticide, Is recommendedsince
Sr.Birthday, at his cake home.and Ice cream unit had almost all its ricultural Experiment Stations, I the larva of the lo moth, a pale it is not as poisonous to

afterwards by all members in the water carnivalon says the caterpillars frequentlyare green caterpillar with yellowish mammals.In .
was enjoyed
present. Mr. Babbitt received Friday. Eddie Dodlmead encountered on ornamental I' and reddish to maroon stripes. the event of a sting, give

many gifts from: could not go In the water because shrubs, and can be dangerousto 'I Two inches In length, it lives immediate first aid treatment

His mother, Mrs. W. A. Babbitt of ear trouble. All the persons who are susceptibleto on oak, Ixora, willow trees and A solution of household

his sister, Mrs. Irene Bol- others passed their swimming the venom of the sting. Ge : others. ammonia will relieve the vic

linger, both of Augusta, Ga.; tests. None of our scouts won nung notes that the sting may The fourth species is the light tim's pain, as will vaseline. If
another sister and brother In honors in the meet, but they I be serious to children. brown larva of the hag moth.It the person is very young or In

law, Rev. and Mrs. A. O. Had- were in there trying. i. Florida has four species which has nine pairs of fuzzy pro poor health, call a doctor.

ford, Newell, N. C.; his son and They passed a number of. residents should look out for

family, Mr. and Mrs. William tests, learned a lot, and had a lest they accidentally pick up NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
Babbitt and children Brenda, good time and did not want to or brush against one. They are
the moth and the saddle. fire insurance policies we write still give the some
Vicky and Billy, from South come home. Hugh Arnold, assistant puss
Bend, Ind.; and his son In law scoutmaster spent the back caterpillars, and the cater. dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. last night with the boys, assist. pillars of the lo moth and the coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very '

Leonard Johnson and children, Ing Rev. E. Lester Stanton, who hag moth. little extra costRemember

David, Debby and Dale of Flag. stayed with the boys the entire The entomologist points out H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
ler Beach. week. that the state has no more take
advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
Mrs. W. A. Babbitt, Mrs. Bol- stinging caterpillars than nay or stop In soon for full details.H. .
linger and Rev. and Mrs. A. O. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens other state, but they seem to occur
traveled to Lanett, Ala., last more frequently here because T. COOK AGENCY
weekend to bring their children, of the milder climate Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Flo.f .

CLASSIFIEDADS Sandra, Derese and: Wayne_ home which brings out both people
after they had visited with rela .
I tives for several weeks. .

Miss Beverly Cummins, daughter
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S c.... Per ward sack Ienl.*. of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cummins '
TS M... .. _!.!... chare : Sr., is visiting this weekin .

FOR SALE-1960 Impala hard. Cocoa with her brother In \. w,

top, power steering, radio, air law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ,r'! !
conditioning. Always locally Archie Hunter, and family. / ti t + ;t t .If'
'". 4 '. ,,*' .
owned. Reasonable. 437.3347. f ,
8-C-lt George Moody, Sr., traveled to '.
--- Montgomery, Ala. recently to accompany : : I
FOR SALE-5 deck baby chick I his wife home after .. I,
kerosene brooder. Also used In. ; she spent several weeks there : ) ;, ,..t

side doors 24 28 34 36-$3.50 I ,.,
taking care of her sister who > .J. t\'
each J, A. Old Dixie t ,,"
Krawczyk, was injured in a fall. : '
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Select-O-Matlc Zig Zag, like Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. "
with classes for all ages. Morn. ..:.:' ,1'"
new, makes fancy designs, makes
automatic buttonholes, sews ing worship is at 11 o'clock with -: :'" ,
buttons blind hems Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. "
on mono. < .
embroiders darns METHODIST CHURCH t , ,- ."
grams, patch.cs "
cost Church school is at 9:45: A. M. :
etc. Fully guaranteed,
and morning worship is at 11 )
over $300 new, now $58 or pay ; .' "
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover \ '. ,
$5.80 monthly. Trade ins accept. 1 .. rY
ed. Phone Credit Mgr., Daytona minister. + l, '
2538106. 8-G-2tp
The chapel choir will meet .\ I H'
WANTED-Man age 21-40, married each Thursday morning at 10. .. t
high school graduate for The Woman's Society of Chris ':< ,

insurance work, $91.00 per week tian Service will have a picnicat 1t '

starting salary. For appointmentcall the home of Rev. and Mrs. -'." .

Daytona CL 2-4850 between Hoover on August 13 at 6:30: r ;,
t&-,41 7.30.2tc P. MI All the ladles and their
families are invited. ,
FOR SALE-1-room, bedroom M71E3Iou

house, 1 aero of land with 80
fruit trees. Old Haw Creek Road,
Bunnell. Phone 4373758. Call n ;

after 6 P. M. 7-30-2tc ,
DUMP TRUCK for hire. Handsaws 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. .... "
sharpened. Call ID 7.3563 -" ,
or ID 7.3669. 6-18-tf > \
WANTED IRONING to do at my :

home, reasonable. Pick up & de. ttltk '

livery. Phone ID 73669. Call Collect 672.0377
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields Installed; snail shell Rea.
enable roz. ID 7-3410 prices. Call George 8-1-tf Ja. Ctjr I jfltinlrr OJrttmrtr'- It's So House-Warming to Visit.

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it Residents Love Buy Carefully I

Paris in April But Any Appliance

Beach in AugustThe ,appliance Before you that buy catches that your deluxe eye BACK TO SCHOOL

people who love.Paris In I consider the extra work Involvedin

April wouldn't be caught dead using it

there August In August Is vacation time, n'estce ..I, suggest Home that economics before you specialists make fashions for the entire family

pas? So two million Parisians your decision figure how much
tumble over one another as they more the luxury features will
desert the city for the beaches. add to the cost How often will
of Brittany, the mountains of. you use these special features NOW YOU CAN CHARGE IT

Switzerland, or the plains of I,What could you buy the with extra the All Approved Credit Cards Accepted I I Oil Cards and Others.
Spain, the National Geographic: money saved on

Society says.Butchers :I( gadgets? Use Our Convenient Lay Away Plan .
bakers, and grocers' Certain basic features will doan
ring down iron shutters in bou-i adequate Job no matter what
tiques from Montmartre to Mon 'I appliance you buy. These In. GIRLS DRESSESWIDE
parnasse. Cautious shopkeepersgo I clude an automatic defrosting
so far as to remove the I refrigerator or an
handles from their doors. I timer. BY CINDERELLA, SWEET SUE AND TINY WOM- ,
Neighborhood bistros and Many of the added features EN. 36x714. '1"
small restaurants close. Plumb. really won't make your work '

ers, electricians, and auto mechanics simpler. For example, double $2" $399 $499, $599
disappear. Children vacate ovens and rotlsserle attachmentsare
parks. Taxicabs vanish. extras that can result in
Traffic becomes almost tolerable. more work for you. They will
Shirts Are ImpoundedWith raise the price of the appliance
and when something goes wrong STYLES NOW 1-3 OFF REGULAR PRICE

Paris practically closed, with the appliance, there's more
daily life becomes a challenge.A I
to repair.
man forgetful of his neighborhood Study the various models and PRETEEN PANTIES .

laundry's shutdown may their price tags. Then choose
discover that a half-dozen of his BY LOVABLE, ALL ACETATE, ELASTIC LEG },, '"
the one that best fits your budget -
shirts are Impounded until Sep. and needs.Remember BRIEF. SIZES 1016. }
tember. A onetime Paris resident /
you can prepare
related a typical August just as good a meal with simple 49*
experience: appliances as with the deluxe
"You have this terrible pile variety.

of dirty clothes, and you find PRETEEN GRADUATE BRAS r
that your laundry is closed. You ", ;

stop a passerby lIe says he 36 STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM BY LOVABLE. ;,,
Since World War II, New York '
has heard of a laundry that Is \
has as much office SIZES 28AA TO 36A. 1\ .:
City put up
in another quarter-10 "1
open blocks away. You trudge over space as Chicago, Los Angeles, STRETCH CUP $ $100
and San Francisco combined,
there with that pile of dirty, "
National Geographic says. In
This is
heavy clothes. laundry
1963 alone, 9,080 buildings cost.
closed. Another passerby w'
ing $900 million were completed.cheer
. You
you of another laundry. plod
blocks and blocks with those for the depressed and WIDE ASSORTMENT OF FABRICS AND STYLES,

heavy, heavy clothesand find It lonely.A WASH 'N WEAR BY DICKIES, SIZES 2-7, 6.18 .\' ,\ ,
open-with a queue a half block nationally distributed newspaper
long. prints free messages from r
Residents who choose to re Aoutlens to vacationing relatives.
main in Paris in August call Sample tidings: "Papa well. $ 99 i
themselves aoutienc or Augus- Radio repaired. Colette finally % $399 $499 $599 $699" '. .

tlans. A spokesman for this obtained driving license." "Your .

growing coterie claims that "a spectacles here. Momon. "Ber-
vast sigh of relief seems to fall trand behaving very well." .

over Paris" when the last strag Proud of SoUtuci.Most DOUBLE KNEE, MEMORY LOCKZIPPER, SAN. '
gler leaves the city and it set. Aoutlens take pride in
ties into a "restful paralysis." their solitude. When one meets
Even tourists, continuing to another, the first question is, COTTON STABILIZED DENIMS, WHITE, FADED

stream into the city, do not disturb "When do you take your vaca BLUE, BLACK, BY DICKIES AND BILLY THE .}.

the calm. Won?" The proper answer: "Oh, KID. SIZES 2.7, 6.18, 2634. REGULAR AND ..
To prevent the August paral I'm not sure. Sometime later SLIM.
ysis from becoming total, a when everyone else is back
Paris newspaper publishes a directly Most French workers are entitled $198 $2''99 $399
of useful telephone num to three weeks' vacation, :',
bers. One call supplies a man and some get a month. A few "r"

who can unstop drains, fix firms grant extra days to em. STUDENT STRETCH DENIM
leaking roofs, and make other ployees who take vacations in

household repairs; another provides spring, winter, or late autumn, BY DICKIES, TEENMAN. SLIM AND REGULAR. .
a shopping expert who but the traditional August holiday MADE WITH SUPER STRETCH NYLON FOR
knows which stores are open; i still exerts a powerful pull
the majority of workers. SUPER COMFORT. 75% COTTON, 25% NYLON.
another offers a message of f on
}and shopkeepers. 27-36 WAIST. .

I.V PI.AIU.HH TUB COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE, STATH!* counT OPKLOIUUA. I The lure of the month palled $699 .., ;,
t In 19C3, which was the wettest "
Elate of Paul Cooler, deceu.d. since 1947 and the coldest .
The State of Florida. To All Persons August i.
Interested In the Estate of since 1912. The wet, chilled BOYS SPORT SHIRTS :
aid Decedent: ,
You are hereby notified that a vacationers came home to find .. SHORT SLEEVE, WIDE ASSORTMENT OF STYLES "
written Instrument purporting to that the prices of two staples- I
be the Last Will and Testament : SIZES 618 BY CARNEGIE.
of said decedent has been admittedto bread and wine-had been In. ;
You probate are hereby In said I commanded Court within creased. August is a favorite REGULAR $1.99. tt t\'i,'

six calendar months from the time for price Increases, because $ 66 ..
this a.
date of the first publication of I I. '
notice to appear In said Court and few are around to protest and .,
show cause If any you can. why fait '
return to a ac-
vacationers "
In admitting 1'
the actions of said Court '
said Will to probate should complL BOYS SOCKS .7'

not(Seal stand) T.unrevoked.K. MCKNIGHT To complete the dismal picture "
County Judge, Florida. French Income tax bills be. CUSHION CREW IN WHITE AND DARK COLORS,

First publication Flacler County.on July 10. nit t bgln arriving on September 1.fJWWVWWWWVWJ 100% PREMIUM COTTON, MACHINE WAS HA-
July SO Au*. '-124G-ltc
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Visiting here Sunday with Mrs. IEisenbach Attends Mrs. Stanton, who have been I'food, Marinelaqd reports.
Julia Harvey, who is a patient in away on an extended vacation, ''0 -:
79ow4 tJ the local hospital, and Mrs. Al All-Star Band ClinicBenton brought as their guest their 17- !'.
Jones, were their brother and year old grandson, Bruce Peter. I CommunityMemorial
(Continued from Faze 5) sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Eisenbach was in son, who is visiting the Stan ,
/ Rogers of Mt Dora and Mr. and Gainesville last week attendingthe tons. Other returning vacationers i Church
Guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Squires of Jackson All Star who 0I.
Band Clinic at the were on hand for the .ter..eaonal..tlo...
Mrs. Harry Atkinson include Mr. ville. University of Florida. He Is a picnic were Rev. and Mrs. Rey AIR CONDITIONED
and Mrs. Andy Anderson and member of the Bunnell school nold Hoover, Flagler Beach, who I .,
children, Greg and Michele, of Dayton Av
I Mrs. Julia Harvey, deputy band. spent two months touring the
Atlanta, Georgia Mrs. Andersonis I clerk In the office of the Clerkof The All-Star High School I northwest. j I i FLAGLER BEACH
the former Penny Barditsky of the Circuit Court E. A. Smythe Marching Band presented "some. '0 This was the last of the Club's i I Sunday School 10:00: A. M.
Flagler Beach and is a former is a medical patient in the local thing special" in the way of three monthly meetings sched- Church Service 11:00 A. M.
classmate of Carol Jean- Duringthe II'' hospital after suffering a heart half.time -entertainment at the I uled for the summer. The Club R. W. DICKERT. Pa.ur
week they visited Six Gun
and the I i,i attact at her home Thursday All-Star game there Saturday |will resume Its regular first and KVEIIVOM5 WELCOMK
Territory Keys.
1 i I afternoon. night third Tuesday evening or twice ....
The band director was Jack monthly meetings beginning
Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Metts I Lee of the University of Arizona.Mr. in
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight September. The Club meetsin HASTINGS
and daughter are vacationing in I.have returned home after a Lee is the author of a stand. the Flagler Beach Recrea MATTRESS
Gatlinburg, Tenn. this week.L. I months vacation. They visited ard textbook "Modern Marching tion Center. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

r briefly in Missouri with relatives Band Techniques." 710-12 Lemon St.
L. Harris, who has under I and were also Joined there The band was a picked group The sea anemone Is an animal I Palatka Florida
went major surgery at the J.Hlllls ', by their friends Mr. and Mrs. representing more than 50 that looks like a flower. Phone EA 5-9166
Miller Medical Center in John McCord for a tour of the schools from all over Florida, i The tentacles of the anemone Fumltu", Upholstering
Gainesville, is expected to re I'[ North Western states and into with individual members chosen 'I contain stinging cells, useful Mattresses Repaired && Box Refinished
turn home during the weekend. by a special committee of Flor Springs
f 0I Canada. They visited Yellow for. defense and in capturingSMITTY Made 13 Order,Also RenovatedCall
stone National Park and many ida bandmasters. I ---- - - --- Laura' Morris 437-3233
Nancy and Susan Brannam They rehearsed five
other points of Interest.Mr. days on After 6:00 P. M.
and Celia Joyce Emery left Sunday the campus, preparing the performance 1 I I PRICES REASONABLE,
for a vacation in North Car. and Mrs Eddie Pellicer for Saturday night and i CALL BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
ollna. and son have returned to their acting as a laboratory group for Electrical WIring-Repairs Just as near as your
home here after a vacation in the assembled members of the Licensed ElectricianPh. Phone or Post Office
is Florida Bandmasters I Drop Us A Card or Call
Steve Cyzycki a patient Associa
North Carolina.Al .
439-2017-Flagler Beach Free Pick-up & Delivery
the Veterans Hospital in Coral tion.Morton
Gables for medical treatment Jones 'of Flagler Beach is Gould, a distinguished -- - -- -

His address is Ward 3, Room 385, in Salisbury, N..C., on a-business composer, wrote the halftime
Veterans Hospital, Coral Gables trip. music.
Florida. Benton is the son of'IVIr"ftnd ,
Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach of Bunnell.
and Mrs. Walter Morris A. H. CRAIG, F,uneral Director
Mrs. D. D. Moody and daughter are visiting in Glasgow, Ken.
Miss lona of Orlando JOHN CAPO>I. Associate
Moody tucky with his parents, Mr. and OCEANSIDE PICNIC
hove returned home from a short Mrs. W. S. Morris.
vacation In Gatlinburg, Tenn. LAI])y
also visit with "their son, Randy
I picnic lunch was served to CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED
who is employed at Lake Cum. ATTENPhone "DANT
members of the Flagler Senior
Mrs. Marie Nailler of Flagler berland Park for the summer. CHAPEL AMBULANCES
I Beach is a patient in the Bunnell is Citizens Club when they met on
Randy a student at Western
I General Hospital for treatment Kentucky State College. the boardwalk at Flagler Beach ID>, 7-3532

o following a heart attact last Tuesday, August 4. Club Chair 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
week. Atkinson man Rev.. E. Lester Stanton and I
Alex of Brunswick,
Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Guests of Mrs. Stella Layton Harry Atkinson for a few days.
recently included Mr. and Mrs.

\ Cecil Pallock of Lakeland. Also Virginia King, Myrna Knight,
her daughter, Mrs., Eula Layton and Daisy Moody, returned
and daughter, Yvoenne, and home Sunday from a vacationof
Miss Jean Pool of Jesup, Georgia two weeks
j spent touring the Best
I returned to their home after a West. They visited with Virginia's : way
! ten visit.
cousin, Earl Wilson whilein
Reno and with Charles '
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Cobb re Turner in Las Vagas. They also : to wash 'em:
home Saturday night
enjoyed slghseelng in San Fran. .1
after a week spent in Maggie cisco, the Grand Canyon, Mexico -
Valley, N. C. and Texas.SMALL ,

j Recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. CLAIMS
Allen Reynolds, at their home in ,.
Flagler Beach, were Mrs. Rey. COURT SESSIONSmall r

nolds' mother, Mrs. Nettle Lam. Claims Court Judge
bert, and her brother in law and Leola Jones reports one default
sister, Mr. and Mrs. John B. An. judgment was granted at the
derson and three children of Court session Wednesday morn.I .
New Iberia, La. I ling, in the matter of Peterson's
Texaco Service Vs. John W.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonand (Buck) Durrance.
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel King She also reports three cases
were recent visitors in New Or. I continued until the August 19
leans session of court
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110M CRANE? Q That's right. Don't scrape, scrub and mop dishes, pots and pans.

t c:> Never again put your hands in hot, greasy dishwater: Instead, drop

food waste into an electric waste disposer and put the dishes in

an electric dishwasher.That's all. Let Reddy Kilowatt wash,rinse,dry and
Sunday & Monday Ho-Daddie. And Beach sanitize everything while you devote your precious time to your family. ,

Dollies in the Swmginett And with the new low electric rates, at little or no extra cost. So "/, .

b o Picture of the Year! why not end garbage mess and kitchen sink slavery in one swell swoop./

See your electric appliance dealer or plumbing contractor today. /
day & Wednesday / ,
PETER FONDA -t1u;) ,lIarl'Jlamele.!!


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