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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 13, 1964
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VOLUME 52, NO. 32 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY- AUGUST 18, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR .1


Glaucoma Clinic I BAPTIST CHURCH Flagler 4-H'ers DISTRICT GOVERNOROF I Bunnell Bulldogs

BIBLE SCHOOL LIONS CLUBS

Held Thursday BEGINS MONDAY Earn Camp Awards MAKES OFFICIAL VISIT i Begin Practice ,

I The First Baptist Church of Claude E. Locke. District Cov
Another Success Flfty-two Flagler County ..11.,
Bunnell will begin Its Vacation boys and girls returned from ttJ.9.t of.'Lions Clubs made his Monday MorningBunnell
I Bible School on Monday morn- late official visit to the Bunnell Club
According to members of The camp Saturday, August 8,
American Legion and the. Lions I Ing, August 17, and continue it after spending a week at Cherry Tuesday. He was accompaniedby High School Coach Bo

Club, sponsoring organizations through August 21. It will begin Lake, north of Madison, Florida. Don Myers of Daytona Beach, Manuel announced today foot ,
of In each morning at 9 o'clock and The Deputy District Governor and ball practice begins at eight
, two Glaucoma Clinics held I Flagler group camped
I dismiss at 12 o'clock. with Gilchrist Melvin A. Prather Zone Chairman o'clock Monday morning August
Bunnell during the past thirty and Dixie counties
Is 17, at the High School Gym. He
I Miss Susan Brannam
days, the clinic held at the Bun Mary and about 100 boys and of New Smyrna Beach. said
two practice sessions will
nell Civic Center last Thursday the principal. All children are girls participated In the activities I Other guests included Gene
be held each day and the hours
.
. brought the total examined for f invited to attend.jMETHODIST which were supervised by 1 j, Holly who was guest of John will be set at the organization
the two clinics to three hundred the respective county agents Seay I ; Freddy Fruits, guest of I II .
and eleven persons. SUNDAY and volunteer leaders Mrs. Dick I I his father. meeting Monday morning.
.. I Prospective football players
Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tuck Betty Lynn Bourne was Invited I I
l The first clinic held on July i are asked to bring shorts Too N
... 6th revealed that 18 persons out er Mrs. Tommy Durrance, and I.II guest and gave a talk on the shirts, sox and athlrctlc support :
of 196 examined were referredfor I'SET FOR SUNDAYThe Mrs. Homer ZJmmerle served as development and use of our soil er for practice. Those who do not

reexamination.. At the last Annual Sunday School senior leaders while Tom Kah-i I'and water district. She was In. have their physicals already are
Thursday clinic 121 were lert assisted as a junior leader.i troduced by Tillman Robinson. .
: persons I f Picnic of the First Methodist reminded to do so Friday Aug.
examined and 9 were referredfor During the week the following I A report on the Gaucomu'I II '
Church will be this Sunday, ust 14 from 2 to 5 p. m. at the
reexamination. I visited the camp: Mrs. D.C. : Clinic showed a total of 121 examinations .
!August 16 at Lake Diston. There Bunnell General Hospital. Doc
Nurses doing the examiningwere 1 Johnston and son, Jeff; E.. W. i I last Thursday with
! will be swimming, boating and tors and parents must sign
! Margaret Davis and Janet I I visiting with supper served at! Johnston and daughters, Gloria i 11 scheduled for re-examination. .physical examination cards and
"Pink Ladies" from and Sheila; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
, Hopper. a 5:30: p m. I bring to practice Monday morn-
I Daytona Beach hospital were I Thost ,attending are to bring Stefllk, Jr., and family Mr. and ROBERT BRATCHER Ing.

Lucille Smith Prettyman, Alma I I a picnic basket and eating uten Mrs. Russell Improta and son I. OPENS SUNOCO I Players are also reminded to

. Crump, and Sonja Seaholms. I sils. Drinks will be furnished. I II "Rusty"; Mr. and Mrs. James .11 SERVICE STATION bring ':J.75 for Insurance fee to
conservation committee Townsend and Mr. and Mrs.
Sight
I Following the supper a short practice. The Athletic Association
chairman, George Moody, Jr., I Sam Broadaway, I I Robert Bratcher has recently
\:Vesper Service will be held at will pay the additional cost
The elected Sue Mc. 'returned home from Jacksonville
said he would like to again ex. campers
the lake side. Maxine Buckles of $15.00 for the Insurance. lie
Millan as "Best Girl Camper"and where he attended the Sun Oil
his thanks and apprecia :i ,
press will furnish special music. I also said anyone wishing to
don to all those who helped In : Van Hagan from Trenton Company school for two weeks
Rally Day will also be observed take the 21 hour coverage the
Florida, received the "Best BoyCamper" and a five week A C. Tune.
making the project a sUccess. up
this month. It will be duringthe cost will be $13.00.
lIe also wishes to again thank I Sunday School hour on Aug. award. I school there. TheBUlldogs will have 11 .
The following were membersof Mr. Bratcher has leased the
the Bunnell General Hospital for I
.
I ust 30.RODGERS lettermen returning for the 1901
use of its sheets and pillows for the "Girls' Honor Cabin": Sue Sunoco Station on North Highway team They are Mike Hornsby

. the clinic; for the publicity the I FAMILY' McMillan, Ann Harris Cynthia I I 1, near the overpass and Elbert Tucker Fred Harris, Jack 1\
Cobb Rebecca Durrance Cindy Is operating It now. It will be
posters; and to all who contrib I Knight, Billy Cauley, Walter f
uted to the project. ENJOY REUNION Durrance and Susan Hlggin- known as "Bob's Sunoco". Ac. Townsend Tom McDanicl Levi
botham, Sue Broadaway. Those cording to an adv In this week's \
LAST SUNDAY Brannam Jr. Martin Tucker
received the award for
who Tribune he Is making a get .
Jack and '
Mr; and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers 'Boys'' Honor Cabin" were Chas. quainted oft r. aC'j Wetherlngton George
Jarosz.Ojtljr.
I and their children with their Clegg James Robertson Jay .'

f CONSERVATION families. were present...lor a reunion Townsend, pan-Cody, ana -jonn, 1 JAMES LEGGETT -'- will: one be letterman returning from ln_ the theback
Sunday at the Rodgers' Baggett Jr.
r TELLS OF ARMY 19C3 football Elbert Tuck ,
BTTilmon home 1302 East Moody Boule John Baggett, Jr., and Sue Me. squad,
NEWS ACTIVITIESFollowing er. There will be lettermen in :
Robinson vard. Millan were also elected the
Their children and their families "Best Cabin Leaders." is an Interestingletter every position on the line. Five I

Florida's Association of Soil' included Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Those attending camp were: I received from a former out of the seven linemen were !

and Water Conservation District : leI Rodgers and sons, Andy and Ann Bourne, Susan McMillan Bunnell Bulldog football player starters last year. f
- Supervisors will meet this year I Jimmy of Seoul, Korea; Sara Melanie Cody Johnnie Ruth Miller I who Is now serving In the Army. Coming up from the B Team

at Sarasota, August 19, 20 and I(I Rodgers who is teaching In the Kathy Bourne Brenda Town. 1 Just a little news about a last year will be John Johnston,
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21 for their 19th annual meet Army schools In Pusan, Korea; send Cynthia Cobb, Susan Hlgglnbotham hometown boy that was a member Arthur Ford, Dennis Buono Harry
; Ing. Carol Rodgers of Tampa; Mr. and Sharon Patrick, Ann, of the '53-54: Bulldogs Bullock Jack Sparkman Wal
,. Robert N. Morris of Tampa, Mrs. G. C. Smith and childrenof Harris, Lesa Knight, Rebecca I am still very much active In ton Cowart, Mike Pell leer, and
Miller.Coach .
president of FACD, wil presideover Orlando. From Bunnell were Durrance, Sue Broadaway, Marcia competitive sports which includes I Glenn
the administrative sessions. Mrs. Myrna Knight and daughters Johnston Janet Cook Cindy table tennis (ping pong) Manuel said anyone
"Our meeting this year will Lynda Lyna and Lisa; Durrance, Elayne Tucker Carla and city league Softball. wishing! to come: out for the ,I

be concerned about the probe Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers and Tucker, Carol Linda Townsend, Since I have been playing football team will be welcomed. r

lems and the challenge todayto children, Lady and Jay; and Nancy Hargctt, Minnie Deen. table tennis I've played for a "We will have to work hard this 1'1
soil and water management," Beverly Rodgers. Pat Zimerle, Gwen King, German Team which won the year to overcome 9 lettermen I
Morris said. 'Today's pressureson Also present were Mrs G. J. Elaine Murray, Betty Lynn championship In their class andwt'nt lost by graduation last year. As '

our land and water resourcesare Hosford, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers Bourne, Janet Scott Jeanne Hlgglnbotham on to the next higher class. winner of the 19&J St. Johns j
becoming more and more Turner and Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, John Also, while in Germany I won Conference all teams will be '

,.. complex. New demands are Rosco: Lynn, all of Bunnell. Cody, Dan Cody, James Alan third place in a German- American gunning for us this year".

made dally on these vital re Brannam, Levi L. Brannam, Jr., table tennis tournament; I

sources. City people and country GUEST SPEAKERAT Darrell Britt, Benny Geller, John third place in D-CIasa at a district Auto Safety
, people need to pool their METHODIST Geller Ray E. Smith, John D. tournament; second place

technical skills and unite their CHURCH SUNDAYAsa Baggett, Jr., James Robertson, In doubles at a city tournament. Buckle up for safety, advises
efforts as neighbors and part. Jack Baker, Chip Johnston Mike I was stationed at Albuquerque I A. M. Pettls, extension safety
ners. This can be done through C. Kelly of Palatka a pre- Zlmmetle, Charles Clegg Dud New Mexico, where I won leader, Florida Agrlcutlural Ex.

Florida's organized 'soil .conservation ministerial student and one of Icy Improta David Stcfllk, Mike the singles and doubles championship. tension Service.
districts. < the finalist In the Conferencewide Barber, Hal King, Sam Smith Later I was ordered to Pettls points out that anyone

Senator James E. "Nick" Con. "Speak Up for Your Faith" 1m McNab George Koczwanski, Ft. Lewis Washington. While who uses a seat belt is 8 to 10

nor Brooksvllle, president-desig- program will be guest speaker Jay Townsend, Herby McKelvln. here I have won the A-class times safer than someone with. ;
nate of the Florida Senate, will at the First Methodist Church championship In the Oregon out a seat belt. If everyone had

address the annual banquet on I Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.Mr. SUNRISE SURFERS State Open table tennis tournament seat belts.-and used them--at I

Thursday evening. Kelly Is a member of the ENJOY TRIP TO held In Portland, Oregon least 5,000 lives could be saved
Highlights of Friday's session St. James Methodist Church of and the doubles championshipIn each year. Serious injuries
Is the annual state Soil Conser Pal atka. and his mother Is or COCOA BEACH the Daffodil Festival table could be reduced by onethird.If .

vation Speech Contest for high ganist for the church. He has The Sunrise Surfers made a tennis tournament held In Tacoma one Is held Inside of the t

school students. attended Junior College In Pa trip: to Cocoa Beach Sunday. Washington.I car by the seat belt rather than I
This year's contest will feature latka and will attend Southern They left Flagler Beach at 3:30a. : am playing for a city soft being thrown out, his chancesof
eight area winners repre College He is active In the m. and arrived in cocoa at ball team which has just won survival are much higher '

senting each of Florida's soil Methodist Youth Fellowship program six o'clock. In time for the early their first game in the city A person la safest inside the

and water conservation areas. morning tide. They surfed by tournament. car The risk b five times greater .
Representing area four In this the Cocoa Pier and South Jet I hope you enjoy receivingbits for persons thrown out of the i
contest will be Flagler SCO's IEfDA OWWEHSFCNDS of news from us that havedeparted t
TOW$ ties. Another surfing Safari Is car. Many times the person ,
Betty Lynn Bourne. WEEKEND HERE planned for later this week. dear
Mrs. John D. Fuquay, motherof Norman D. Shows, son of Blng still has her In our heart. objects and there b danger of .I

Florida's youngest congressman and Mrs. Shows of TownClenda ST. JOHNS AWLIASSOCIATION Yours very truly, being run over by the automo

Don Fuquay, will preside Motel and Sing's Fishing Camp, a A. James Legfett bile or other vehicle.
over the ladles auxiliary of the North AlA, spent the past weekend GET TOGETHER Any time the car b moving ,i
Florid association Thursday belts should be fastened. Two. \
with his parents there. The St. Johns Rivet Assocla I
morning. Owners of complete sets of thirds W the drivers In fatal '
accidents I
I I He is with RCA and
employed Uon
Auxiliary Get Together was
Some of Flagler SaYs super National Geographic magazines were less than 23: miles I i II
has just returned from a business held here at the First
visors who plan to attend Baptist cherish them. An El Paso Texas from home. I
the meeting Include Alfred I I trip to California lie left Church Monday.The collector has bound his set Ptttts says that seat belts are
Alfred.Tucker, W. W. Deer Sr, Monday for a mission to Baltimore days program Includeda in such rare materials as mink needed on the back seat as well ,

A. B. Johnston and R. W. Deen and Cape Kennedy. He b program' luncheon, and elec- original paintings, and Pancho is the front seat, and for every
Jr. owner of The Townf lends. lion of district officers. Villa's saddle blanket person In the car. I''

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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA, Thursday, August 13, 1964IIRJLJi

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should appear In each meal. (Some 945 million AmericansIn IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT'
IN AND FOIL KLAOLFH
Nutritionists say that eatinga 1964 will travel by automobile TY, STATE OF FLORIDA COl'JV., iv

bird-sized breakfast or skipping approximately 130 billion IN IMlonATM.RE: Estate CASK of NO. _

the whole meal is a poor miles on vacation and pleasure NONDAS R. GOLDING

way to try to keep your weight trips. The distance is roughly NOTICE OF ENTRY OK deceased ORDER

under control. It's a far better equivalent to 700 round trips to OF ADMINISTRATIONUNNKCH

'plan to eat a good breakfastand the sun. All person having!lARY claim. or demands -

: : learn enough calorie arithmetic against the estate of NOV-
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: :$ ,_ to even out your day'squota IN TIIH CHUITIT COURT OF deccedeent re I herebthey notified that c

the three meals. FLAf.LKR COUNTY, FLORIDA an Order of Administration Unnec
over I.\ CHANCERY NO. 4810
weary ha been entered by the
asked to More calories than you need for ALBERT LEE HOLLOWAYPlaintiff Honorable T. K McKnlght County
SEVILLE IS 1964 In participating are Judge; that the total cash value
the
where
work or play-that's of said estate I
attend organization meeting $40000. that the
an HOLLOWAY
SOFTBALL CHAMPS fat begins. LOUISE O name and address of him to whom
tonight at the First Methodist Defendant. aid estate ha been assigned by

Well the curtain came down Church at 8 P.M. NOTICE TO DEFEND such order Is a* follows:

and closed out the 1964 City Plans Include both senior and The pearly razorflsh burrows THE LOUISE STATE O OF HOLLOWAY FLORIDA TO: DAVID 2316 Blrdvlew R. V. GOLDING Drive

softball l league play. Leslie Pache will under the sand to sleep at night. 1S7 Covlna Avenue Malibu, CaliforniaS
Junior league. Long Beach, California / W L. Wadsworth

Big John Roberts, catcher for take the minutes.Advises CIRCUIT COURT You are hereby notified that a P O Box 398
I V TUB
Bunnell, Florida
suit has been filed
against In
beautiful single OF you
drilled JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Seville, a KVTII the above entitled and Attorney for
cause; you
over second base and good old FLORIDA, IN ANn FOIL CHANCERY FLAGLKR are hereby required answer David R. V. Gold Ing
COUNTY. IV
ktooflhr.o'go First Publication.\ Aug 6
Eat A with the 1964
Murray Smith scored the win. NO. 04881 and to serve a copy thereof upon Aug .13.20-7-Hc

ning run at 9:55 p. m., giving THE COMPANY LAMAR a Mississippi LIFE INSURANCE corporation the whose plaintiff name and or plaintiffs address la attorney: .,. IN TUB COURT OF THE COUNTY

Seville the Bunnell City league Good BreakfastEat PHILIP H ELLIOTT JR. JUDGE KLAGLER' COUNTY
Plaintiff FLORIDA IN IMtOIlATK
556 N. Oleander Avenue
title for the third consecutiveyear. In re: Estate of
breakfast to starta ... Daytona Beach, Floridanot
a good ANIMAL: LAND, INC., a Florida. later than September 14, A. D. Paul Cooler Deceased
To All
good day.Nutritionists. corporation, et al, 1964. Creditor and Persons
Softball fans missed a good I Defendants. If you fall to do so. decree pro Having Claim. or Demand Against
with the Florida NOTKH OP KORKCL01UHH! ALB confesso will be entered against Said Estate:
game played under wet con. I TO THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN you for the relief demanded in the You and each of you are hereby

dltlons. Both teams played a Agricultural Extension Service AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY bill of complaint. The nature of notified and required to present
said suit being for divorce any claim and demands which
nice game. Bud Henry and say that workers who eat a good CONCERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN, WITNESS my hand and seal of you or either of you haveagainst

for meal before going to work get that the undersigned. E A Smythe.HI said Court this 6th day of August, the estate of Paul Cooler,
Principal Clifton, pitcher Clerk of the Circuit Court A D., 1964 deceased late of said County, to
did good pitching. Both more done than those who skip Seventh Judicial In and for (Official Seal) E. A SMYTHE. the County Judge of Flagler County -
High
breakfast-or eat a poor one. Flakier County: CI'ild;::: under, Clerk of said Circuit Court Florida, at his office in the
teams made nice plays. and by virtue of a Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 3-4tc court house of said County at Bun
both A good breakfast provides :facr'e of Foreclosure entered nell Florida, within six calendarmonths
led
Walter Townsend In the above entitled cause, NOTICE: OF ELECTIONBe from the time of the first
teams In hitting with four hits. protein vitamins, and mineralsall pending: In the Circuit Court It known that I, publication of this notice. Two
needed to build and repairthe Seventh Judicial Circuit. In /andfor Secretary of State of the msm:1 shall copies of each claim or demand
be in
Cliff McGriff had the high boys writing and shall state
lagler County Florida, Chancery Florida, do hereby give notice thata
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hustling and out hit Seville. body and to keep you No, 4S61, will l at 1:SO V. Mon GENERAL ELECTION will be the flee place address of residence and post of-
the 21st day of August held In of the claimant and
Friday, Flagler County, on
Seville tied the score in the bot healthy. A good breakfast provides at the front door of the Slav Tuesday next succeeding tlaft shall be sworn to by the claimant,

fuel for body energy.A ff'c Court House, BunnellFlorida Monday In m D, 1964. agent, attorney and accompanied
tom of the sixth to make it 88. offer for sale and will sellat the said Tuesday :rnllo'Ai third I by a filing fee of one dollar and

The game went two extra innings doughuts-and-coffee break public ontoo: the highest: day of November, to fill the following such shall claim be void or demand not so filed
fast falls to furnish protein vi. and best bidder all the offices:
and in the bottom of the right title claim of United States Senator /aPauline Cooler Nichols
tamins and minerals. A fruit defendants eleI'mrt Inc. Representative A* executor of the Last Will
witha the In Congress for
off and
Smith led
ninth Murray I does Lillian Johnson National TheatreSupply the Eighth Congressional District Testament of Paul Cooler
single. Richard Yelvington juice-and-coffee breakfast Company, Builders Service Three (3) Justices of the Supreme First deceased
publication.
not meet the requirements fora Company, lnSr, Fitzgerald Jr. Court, Groups 1, 2 and 3. July 20 & Auar.. 8-13.20-.4ta July SO. 1964.
followed with a single, putting and the United of America One (1) Judge otthe, District
Smith on third. John Roberts's good breakfast. and all: parties r'persons boundby court or Appeals for the First Appellate IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
said Final Decree In and to the District
single drove in Smith and closed What is a good breakfast any. following described property alt I One (1) Circuit Judge Seventh KLAHLKR CHANCERY COUNTY,4IKW FLORIDAIN
NO.
uate, lying and being In the &oun- Judicial Circuit
way? Here are some patterns, CHARLES
out the 1964 season. Seville the ty of lagler, State of Florida GovernorSecretary NEBUS
all the way from light to hearty: to-wit: / of State Plaintiff
champs. Filed this 5th day of AugustA Comptroller va.
bread milk or LILLIAN
Fruit cereal
or NEBUS
R D. 1964 Commissioner of Agriculture
Defendant
School 1201400008Seville other beverage. K. A. Smythe, Clerk Circuit Treasurer NOTICE TO DKKKNU
Court GeneralSuperintendent
Attorney
I Fruit cereal bread or both THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
or ,
0121220019 I PARCEL, I: Being a of Section of Public Instruc LILLIAN NEBUS
40. Township 10 South, Range tion Route
an egg, a beverage. 206
Batteries. Bud Henry John I East Florida Public Utilities Commissioner
31 and more particularly described South Somervllle New Jersey
Roberts Principal Clifton Billy Fruit, cereal or bread, or both, as follows: Beginning ata You are hereby notified that a
State
of the
Attorney Seventh
with meat a beverage. concrete monument marking the Judicial suit has been filed against you In
Cauley. Umpires, Lingold and eggs Norteaiterly corner of the said Circuit. the above entitled cause; and you
Let's take some of these pat. Section 40, Township 10 South Circuit.Public Defender, Seventh Judicial are hereby required answer
Whltaker. Range 31 East, as a point of reference with the ktoorlhr.o t,
terns apart to see what a good and running thence South State Senator Thirty-first Senatorial and to servo a copy thereof upon
District,
breakfast does for you. 19'IiT'UEut, along the Easterly the plaintiff or plaintiff*
One (1) Member of the House ttorney.
FOOTBALL WITH THE line of the said Section 40, of whose name and address I :
Fruit should always be In a distance of 2372.SS feet to an Representatives. RAY SELDEN
BULLDOGS 15 YEARS AGO County Judge "
intersection with the center line Selden
eluded In breakfast to give it of MalaCompra Road; thence con- Clerk of the Circuit Court Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot

Coach Freeman Durrance'sninegame zest and to help regulate the lnt'f.eSl h 19*57'45" East, along Tax Sheriff Assessor later than August 31, A. D.
schedule brought out Easterly line, a distance 1964
body. Some fruits, especially of 2588.09 feet to the pointof Tax Collector If you fall to do BO, decree pro
the following boys for practice: I rich in Vitamin C. beginning of this description, Instruction County: Superintendent of Public I confesso will be entered againstyou
citrus
are *
thence continuing South 1967'45 for the relief demanded in the
Edwin Story, J. I. Sheffield, which is needed dally. East along the said Easterly! linea Supervisor of Registration bill of complaint. The nature of
William Webster (Lonnie Brat. distance of 26tO." feet to an Three (3) Members of the Board aid suit being for divorce.
i I Cereals and bread provide Intersection with the Northerly of County Commissioners Districts WITNESS and
cher, manager), Norman Miller, Iron and other minerals boundary of the (0 foot rlght-ot- 1, Sand 5. of said rtthlhh day of auf:
protein, way of 16th Road; thence Two (2) Members of the Board A D. 1964.Official .
Louis Trad, Harry Tidwell, Eugene vitamins, and frozen energy. South 7103'16 East, along the of Public Instruction Districts 2 ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Nipper Van Murray Bob. said Northerly right-of-way I boundary and 4.One. Clerk of said Circuit Court
Without a regular supply of a distance of 1239.03 feet to (1) Justice of the Peace, By Julia R Harvey
by Kendall, Jimmie Teters, Dal. an Intersection with the Easterly District 1. Deputy Clerk
to
It's hard get
milk in meals, boundary of the 100 foot right- One (1) Constable, District 1. July 30 & Rug 6.13.20-4tc
ton Cobb, Wilburn Kelly, Gayle enough calcium-an Important of-way of State Road No. AlA; Judge Small Claims Court
Mercer Charles Cowart and thence North 11.116'57Wt'lt., along Three (3) Members of the East IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
mineral for bones and teeth- said Easterly right-of-way Flagler Mosquito Control District KLAttLKR COUNTY FLORIDA
Junior Strickland I vitamin rI botl avert. boundary a distance 26400 feet: I In Testimony Whereof I have IV CIIANCrilY; NO. 4800
and the
I( hereunto set hand and '
thence North 7POS'UEut a die- my the EDGAR 1<. HELZEL.
Injuries hampered the Bulldogs Milk Is also a good source of tnnce of 119221 feet to the point Great Seal of the State of Flor Plaintiff
all season. Highlight of : of beginning of this description ida at Tallahassee, the Capital v..
top grade protein. I this the thirty-first day of MARY RHODES HELZEL.
the season was the Green Cove and meat also provide PARCEL II: Being a part of Sec- July, A. D, 1964. Defendant
I Eggs, tion 40. Township 10 South, Range (Seal TOM ADAMS NOTICE TO I1FKKVU
Springs game that was broad. high-grade protein for bodybuilding 31 East, and more particularly described Secretary of State THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
cast from the local stadium. as follow.: Beginning at August 8.1I..20.27-tto MARY RHODES HELZEL
and repair. Building a concrete monument marking the 456S Cecelia Street

Green Cove won the game and foods of some kind are a "must"In Northeasterly corner of said Section IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT OK Lot Number Nine,
the St. Johns River Conference 40 Township 10 South Range KI.Aia.Klt COUNTY KLORIUA Cu< the day's eating. One or moreIV 31 East as a point of referenceand CIIANCKRI NO. 49O4 You are hereby notified that a
championship. running thence South 1957'4S" Ellen Schwelghardt suit ha* been filed against you In
OfFLAIil.KIt brut, along the Easterly Plaintiff the above entitled cause and you
TIIIJ tllHMT (01111? line of the said Section 40. a distance .. are hereby required ktooflhr.o answer
40UNT1, KMHtlllAIIANCMIY of 2372.SS feet to an Intersection James with the ,
BASKETBALL LEAGUE EYED Peter Schwelghardt Jr.
: NO. 4011
IN (
with the renter line of Defendant and to serve a copy thereof upon
Plans are underway to forma RONALD I' RADMAN 1'lalnUtt MalaCompra Road; thence continuing NOTICE TO DFKKVUTHE the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
South lI'n'u- a.t, along whose name and address is-
STATE OF FLORIDA TO'Peter
trl-county church basketball v.. the said Easterly line a distanceof James Schwelghardt. :Jr., UPCHURCH ft UFCHURCH
JOAN It MADMAN 148022 feet to the point of beginning whose residence and post olflce 600 Exchange Bank Building
league.All >.t.ndant.
of this ; adress unknown St Augustine, Floridanot
boys who are out of THU HTATM MOTH OF TO FIAJK1DA ni'KKNII, TO: continuing' tgt"WPlltt East.along You are are hereby notified that a later than August 24. A. D.
the said Easterly) line distance l 1964
a suit has been filed against In '
school and young men InterestedPETERSON JOAN 11. HADMANt of 113717 feet; thence o hU'CI3'U. the above entitled and you If you fall to do so decree pro
whose residence and post omco West a distance of 1192.2S cause; you confesso will be entered against
hereby file
required to
wwvw add res are unknown feet to an Intersection with the are with the Clerk of this your Court answer you for the relief demanded In the
You are hereby notified that a Easterly boundary the 100 footrightofway bill of complaint The nature of
lilt ha* been filed against you In of Srt Road No and to serve; a copy thereof upon aid suit being for divorce.
TEXACO the above entitled cause; and you AlA: thence North II-u'n. West. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.who.e WITNESS my hand and seal of
SERVICE are hereby required to file your answer along said Easterly right-of-way RAY name 8ELPEN and address Is: of said Court this 21st day of JulyOmcUl"seal
Court.
of this
with the Clerk
boundary, A distance! of 1137(1
ROAD SERVICE and to verve a copy thereof. upon feet; hence North 71.0S'OS. East Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot t : ) E A. 8UTT1IB
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney Clerk of said Circuit CourtBy
a distance of 11720 feet to the later
whose name and address U: than August 31. A.D. Julia It Harvey
Light Mechanical Work point of beginning of this description 1964.
RAY BELDENSelden Deputy Clerk
Phone 437.3441 BunnollO. Building If you fall to do so. decree pro July 13-30 ft Aug *13-(toIV

r Daytona peach Florida I Together with the tenements confesso..will .be. entered _against _
not 'later than September 14, A. DoUU. hereditaments and appurtenance you ror the relief demanded In the TUB' CIRC!'IT CO!'RT OF
thereunto belonging bill of complaint The nature ofsaid 'UGLF.R (COUVTY FLORIDA
If you fall to do 'o, decree pro suit being for divorce. IV CIIANrFRY NO. 4X06
F. ALFORD eonfesso wilt be entered against 14 4x1 display counters. WITNESS my hand and seal of MARGUERITE BAKER.
you for the relief demanded in the 10 3x1 display counters. said Court this 28th day of July Plaintiff
Registered bill of complaint. The nature of 3 Sx ( glass display counters. A. D. 1914.UfifelalClerk. vs Of
said milt being for divorce.WITNER.Y 1 3x1 glass display counter ( E. SMYTHE FREDDIE
Real Estate my hand and seal of I 3x4: solid counter of said Circuit Court BAKER.Dflftond.nt..
Broker Maid Court this (th day of August, 1 ticket booth. By Julia It Harvey NOTICE TO DKFRVU

A. n. 1514. 1 It. C Allen, 4 total cash register I.II-Zc.'ltc Clerk THE STATE OF FIX1RIDA TO:
BunnalL Floridatiti'Ha'LtiSihWrShtiM1fLti t01t1clalClerkof said SMTTHB 1 automatic ticket dispenser July 30 ft Aug FREDDIE I1AKER
Circuit Court 140 Jeeps CT whoso residence and post office!
Aug 13-20-37 A Sept 3-4tc : trailers l made b:'National IV Tilt COUNTY Jt'UGK-* COURT. address are unknown.

1 I xl walk-In cooler FLAUIMt COUNTY, STATE OF You are hereby notified that a
1 net K 100 Ford pick up. FLO IIIII A. suit has been filed against you In
ao miscellaneous hand tool. Estate of Paul Cooler deceased. the above entitled cause: and you
typewriter. Remingtontiling The State of Florida. To All Persons are hereby required to file your answer
24 HourWrecker I cabinet steel (4 drawer). i Interested In the Estate of with the Clerk of this Court
1 desk "StotlnMater"adding said Decedent and to serve a copy thereof upon
: Service I machinetypewriter . You are hereby notified that a this plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
I table written instrument purporting to whoso name and address Is;
The dro a* aforesaid, be th* La.tVIII and Testament II T.IF J
being sold to satisfy t said Deere., .f aid decedent ha* bon admitted n lcla
subject to aay and all valid priormortgagor. lo bate In said Court not later than August 31, X D. 1M4If .
Truck & Tractor Co liens and ..eeumbranc.sand You are hereby commanded with- you fall to do so, decree pro
Flagler rl ,. lo six calendar moats frees the coaf.*o will be entered against
date of tao first publication of this you for the raJtef demanded In the
MASSEY.FERGUSONGrove iwttoo to appear. In MM Court ap4show bill of complaint. The nature ef
cause. if any you can. why said Milt being for divorce
Farm Industrial Equipment I1) the MloM of MM Court In ad- WITNESS fly hand and seal of
mtUta Mid Will to probate jouM ..1.1 Court this 1st day of July
net .fa'" uarovokod.ftiai I I t.
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 K1N8BY. VI.V PYLe ( ) T. K MCKNIGHT (o2! 6 ..i) K. A. auYnredrk

41 South! P.*.....1a Drive County Judge. .I of MM Ctrentlt Overt
Owner Bunnell, Florida Dayton 9Neh FWfcUAttorney FUgW 1 0..." Florida. By Julio R
for MaiD tin I. First publication on July I*. 1J44 I Harveyy Clerk
s August 1J-He July 31 ft Aug -13-Sa-4te July 33-? ft Aug 1-13-ttPAGE .









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Ice Cream ConeIs white-capped I mountain to Rome. I i
I When a royal shipment of snow:
I arrived in a state of slush onj I II QUANTITY
60 Years OldOn WE GIVE
I a blistering summer day, Nero I; METTS RIGHTS
a sizzling summer day at I peevishly executed the general)I RESERVED ,,'
the St. Louis World's Fair, an,in charge. I II TOP
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Ice cream vendor faced a crisis-I Some three centuries ago, PRICE';
no more serving dishes.E. I(Charles I of England introduced GOOD ,
Ito, his subjects a dessert made VALUE Thursday, Friday
M. Hamwi, a Syrian con. of frozen milk and cream atI f Super Market and Saturday, :
cessionaire who sold waf Aug 13, 14,
sugar state banquets. It was so successful -
fles, quickly came to.the rescue.i that the King command. STAMPS ... 15'I)'f
He shaped his penny confections I ed his French chef to keep the Telephone 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.LYKE'S .
into cones to hold the ice cream. recipe a royal secret and gave II
The portable, eatable combina. !I him a handsome yearly pen-I 6 TO 8 LB. AVERAGE
tion was an instant success atj;ston. But by the time Charles I I
the 1904 fair-and elsewhere. I I was beheaded by political op-1 j i
Today, 60 summers later, the ,ponents in 1649, his secret was Lb. :
ice cream cone continues to out, and every nobleman was I PICNICSFLORIDA ;' 29
reign supreme as America'sfavorite serving ice cream.
heat treat. White House Specialty t
Two Scoops of Pumpkin George Washington loved ice
Americans lick away more cream. In the summer of 1790, GRADE "A"
than four billion servings of ice Washington bought more than
cream in cones each year, the I$200 worth from a shop in New Quarter,
National Geographic Society York, then the federal capital. Lb
FRYERS
Half
says.. More than half are consumed 1'There were two pewter_ "ice. I II' or 29 i
during the hot summer: cream pots" at Mount Vernon. WholeWORLD'S r
months. Once restricted to va. Dolley Madison served iced
villa, ,chocolate, and strawberry,I'desserts at the White House, so
ice cream cones nowadays offer delectable that they were de. BEST ALL MEAT, '
some 200 flavors ranging from scribed in mouthwatering de.
bubble gum and bluberry, tall in Washington social col GROUND BEEF 39C STEW 1 Lb. 69e
cheesecake to pumpkin, licorice, umns.
sunflower seed, raisin, rhubarb, Early ice cream making was
and root beer. an exhausting task, however. U. S. CHOICE U. S. CHOICE
Ice cream is no mere hot Servants spent hours shaking a
weather delight. Eskimos like it I container of whipped cream mix CHUCK STEAK Lb. 49 J FAMILY STEAK 59
so much they use hard.earned to and fro in a wooden bucketof Ib
trapping money to buy ice I ice and salt.
cream. A company in Alaska I Invention of the hand cranked THRIFTWAY
U. S. CHOICE
flies supplies north to such freezer and later wholesale pro.
frigid spots as Nome, Teller, and duction methods swiftly took ice SLICED BACON 4ge SHORT RIBS 3ge
Lost River, cream from the salons of the Pkg. Ib ,
Ice cream is probably more wealthy to the workman's table.
popular than borscht in Russia.In A New York newspaper wroteIn
Japan, Tempura restaurantsserve July, 1851, "When the heat PILLSBURY
fried ice cream, made by I drops down like a burning pall, Wilson Shortening HERSHEY
dipping frozen scoops in batter when the sky is as brass above
and frying them quickly in deep and the ocean breeze sinks
fat.Ice fainting on Manhattan's edge, Bakerite SUGAR rQg!
cream has been enjoyedin New York-especially panting,
one form or another since gasping, sweltering, business Plain ,
Roman times. Emperor Nero kept New York-throws itself like a 5 '.
his slaves busy running snow thirsting lion upon the ice 3 Lb. 2 Lb Bag 3ge I
for confections from the nearest cream freezer," Tan 3ge Bag ge
Or :Your Choice I
SHURFINELimit
((1)) with purchase: Limit ((1)) with purchase
17TH'Anniversary $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order FLOUR



SpecialIF I 9* SALE I (Plain 5 Bag Lb.or Self.Rising 29CLimit )


_ _ _ _ _
1 of your choice
THE AUTOMATIC NOZZLE SHUTS OFF AT with
$5.00 or more
AMERICAN BEAUTY ((303 Can)
ANY OF THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS YOU PAY Each food order
NOTHING CREAM CORNLimit 90
: EVERFRESH

I BLUE SEALSOLID 4 Please POUND CAKE \I

(5 lll Lb. Guaranteed Fresh
,
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"
;,. (. OLEO 90 Each
19 e
Limit 1 Please

; $222 ALL.FLAVOR DAIRY

'..." EachEach' 90 KRAFT (Fresh)
JELLOLimit
'J' 3 Please ORANGE JUICE

$333 ' SHURFRESH (Tall) Qt. 393PRODUCE

CANNED CREAM 90

Limit 4 Please
; ';' $444 FRESH (Large Bunch)
it I PILLSBURY (Dairy) I
> Each COLLARDS t
y CANNED BISCUIT 90 Bunch

: $555 29e

.. CRISPY 1 Lb. Cello Pkg.
I '; Pkg.CARROTS
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$666 Plcr.
1 1Se

CHOPPED SIRLOINS !Ic t': 890 WESTERN

$777 SEALDSWEET (6 Ox. Can) CANTALOUPES

LEMONADE LIMEADE Ea. lOf} 4 For $00

PUT THIS IN YOUR GLOVE COMPARTMENT x.o'hX<
% AND ORDER THE ANNIVERSARY FILLUP. SO FREE SO FREE I 50 FREE

1' TOP VALUE STAMPS 0 TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
Shill's Texaco With Purchase of 2 With purchase of With Purchase of I
Henry ((1) Large Red rope 0 ((1) Larr. or Small 0 $5.00 or More Food ,
Watermelon / Ice Cooler 2 Order
Coupon Void Alter Coupon Void After d Coupon Void After
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METHODIST CHAPEL CHOIR METHODIST CHURCH i /
ENTERTAINS WITH TEA
Church School Is at 9:45: A.M. -
The newly organized Chapel and morning worship is at 11 o'- !'
Choir of the Methodist Church clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, |
gave a "Welcome Home" tea In minister. I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
honor of'Rev. and Mrs. Reynold The Chapel Choir will meet i THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Hoover and Rev. and Mrs. E. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. RESERVED
August, 14, 15, 1964
Lester Stanton at the home of The Womans Society of Chris. /
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bourne. Other tlan Service wil have Its annual/
/ CHOICE CENTER CUT (Family)
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray picnic tonight (Thursday WILSON'S CERTIFIED U. S.
Lehr and Mr.' and Mrs. Roger o'clock at the home of Rev. and I 14.16 Lb. Avg. Wt. CHUCK
Hoose. They were assisted by Mrs. Hoover. Everyone is invited
Mrs. Bernie Wilson, their direc to come and bring a dish, his I : < Lb. *
own table service and a chair. Hams T49 STEAKS 59
tor.A white linen table cloth The education committee will I

graced the table with pink coral have a brief, but important, CENTER SLICES .......?...... ...... ..... 79c
vine and silver candle holders meeting at the Hoovers follow.
used for decorations. Punch and ing the WSCS picnic. I PALM RIVER
homemade cookies were served GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF SLICED
by the members. The guests COMMUNITY CHURCH CHUCK Lb.
were entertained by the choir Sunday School is at 9:45: A.M. BACON 49SUGAR
members who are: with classes for all ages, and POT *
Susie Peterson, Derese and morning worship is at 11 o'clock ROAST 49
Sandra Owens, Chelly Lewis, Jo with Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor.
Anne and Barbara Wilson, David CREEK
Mrs. C. R. Winand returned to
Johnson and Betty Lynn GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF ALL MEAT
her home in after spending
Anne, Kathy and Lee Bourne. Tampa
Sunday night visiting with ROUND BONE 12
6Z.
I her son in law and daughter, WIENERS 3
Dally Boller and Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson, and Lb. T!
Earl Babbitt and children, Tiel their daughters, Jo Anne and ROAST 59 : !!.r.

and Larry, all from Augusta, I Barbara 1 ? ._.......___..__.. .._
Ga., and another daughter, Miss ----
Molly Babbitt, from Atlanta Ga.
FOLGER'S America's Favorite ShorteningCRISCO
are visiting this week in Flag. .
ler Beach. Mr. Babbitt is a tva corA5Is .
brother to Arthur Babbitt.Mr. I tOBLEMI '
p
I COFFEE : ::
and Mrs. R. S. Crlbbet ,
and son David, and Harold Lotz
from Decatur, 111., are visiting TRY As
with Lyman, Emily and Flora NEw Lh. 3 Lb. (
Gage for two weeks. Mrs. Crib. 59'Limit 59 S
bet is a niece of the Gages. Also Can Can
overnight guests this week
Included Mr and Mrs. L. C. Mel. One With Your $5.00 or More Limit One With Your $5.00 or More
ton from Stonington, 111.
Food Order Food Order

BAPTIST CHURCH OUKERIGHT LOOta ei.eehusrNe

and Sunday morning School worship is at 9:45 at: 11 A.''o'M.. aEwsoAvs f Save S & H Green Stamps NOW for Chrisrmas Gifts

clock with Rev. A. J. Stevens,
Training Union at 6:45P.
pastor. : 303 Shurfine Halves or Sliced KRAFT'S MIRACLE
.M. and evening worship is at

7:45.The: 'For Quart.
Carol Choir meets each ECONOMICAII AND Iris Peaches 5 $1 WHIP 49
Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock. Jar

.. Limit 1 Please
2/ VALLEY PURPLE
I 18 OZ. GLASS KRAFT'S GRAPE


I BUNNELL Phone 437-3681 THEATRE PLUMS Each 29' JELLY Each 35


Box Office Opens 7tlS Show Starts 7t30
I
FRIDAY & SATURDAY'THEYTREATEDBEAUTIFULWOMENASIFTHEY 303 Argo 10 OZ. MAXWELL HOUSE

. INSTANT
GREEN LIMA
,,WERE FAST CAR! ..
COFFEE Each $| 39

BEANS 6FOr$100


Starkist Light Chunk l/z Size Can


wnEI1TTI; \ !I 303 TOMATOES SUNLITE 8 For $100 TUNA 3 For $100 1


11ARN DAMON'WILLIAM CAMPBELL.ilium ANDERS COLOR J I II DAIRY I
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FRESHEST PRODUCE
Sunday and Monday I IJII1IW11E BLUE SEAL SOLIDS :

1 mm mm mi mm I GOLDEN BANANAS RIPE "* tOe OLEO 2 Ibl. Zge



.mJ'III' t2' I' FANCY VINE RIPENED 9 Oz. Mr.FROZEN"G" FRENCH FOODS


TOMATOES Lb. 230 FRIES Pkg. fOe

A DiscTRUMPET' FANCY Limit 6 Please
POLE
12 Oz. Bird.eye Leaf or Chopped

-"- BEANS Lb. 19e SPINACH "
2pk' 390vw
I I\1I1M 1IWIUIS.11Jtt as 11M sn uc If...Sltlfl P AYIIMMI'&r
GREGORY
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Tuesday and Wednesday"TWO : 50 EXTRA ; EXTRA $ EXTRA
5O2.$
FREE FREE 2:- FIFF 50S

\\Y18feOOirie.Vl8Wrt n9 ni; H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS 5 S & H GREEN STAMPS
With this coupon and S With this J
and and
A coupon with this coupon
\ JEEWiSp s :- f i i Your purchase of One LOS Your purchase of $5.00 or%' Your purchase of Three

rP Qh" ((7 l f !, Oz. Everfresh Twin Packs more food order, Ctn Cig.J ((3) Whole or Cut-up
}] I u 1 Potato Chips arettes not induded.5 Fryers

I Coupon Expires S Coupon Expires ;: Coupon Expires

COMPLETE SHOWS EACH NIGHT"i:i i Saturday, AUf. 15, 1964 } Saturday, AUf. IS, 1964 } Saturday, AUf. 15, 1964I



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((3 lb. Avg.) I Ib. I

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PORK CHOPS lb. 59'


Bush Bavarian (Plus Deposit)

.t T BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL 1 I ) > (12 Oz. Bottle)
.t 7 BEER
NOTEBOOK PAPER 6 PAK Each 89- '

59c Pkgs. $ t 3 (675 Sheets) JL MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)

>
Carol Garrett Craig, bell skirt was garlanded In the /

W. W. Deen, Jr., Wed same lace appliques and the Red & WhitePEACHES (Halve or Sliced) COFFEE
back featured a full sweep chap
The First Methodist Church of el train accented by a double 3 No. 2/ $ 1 i
Bunnell was the setting for the look butterfly panel. JL 58C
eight o'clock ceremony Saturday
evening uniting Miss Carol Garrett lace Her in headpiece a Calla was Lily of motif the same and Chef>Boy-Ar-Dee 15 Oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mr. William Welch
was enhanced. with pearls and SPAGHETTI & For $ 00
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.. Rev.
Deen Jr., in. marriage. 4 1
crystals. It secured a bouffant, MEAT BALLS
Pinner of the First Bap
Thomas tist Church officiated in the silk Illusion, elbow length veil. DAIRY SPECIAL -
She carried a cascade of white
double ring ceremony.The .
roses.A Mrs. Pickford'i 1 lb.
bride is the daughter of Qln.
Mr. and Mrs. James Oneil Craigof reception was held In the
OLEO 2For
Woman's Club House Flagler 290
Bunnell. Mr. Deen Is the son CRISCO
Beach. The brides book was kept
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen, Sr.,
by Mrs. Sammy Bertha. Servingthe
also of Bunnell.Mr. cake and presiding at the 3'!I 580 FROZEN FOODS -
Ray Mercer as organist punch bowls were Mrs. Robert
presented a program of nuptial Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mrs.R. .
Bertha Singleton BREADEDSHRIMP 10 Oz. Pkg.
Limit 1 with food order
music. Soloist Andy Yelvington $5.00 or more
W. Deen Jr., Mrs. J. J. Kelly,
sang "Walk Hand In Hand" "0 Mrs. Louise Steflik Mrs. Z. G. Each 4geI
Promise Me," and "The Lords Holland. Jr., and Mrs. II. T.
Prayer." Cook. FRESH PRODUCE
Miss Delores Deen, sister of Later the couple left for a I sara Lee FROZEN 8 oz. Pkg.

the bridegroom acted as maidof wedding trip to St. Simons Is. Golden COFFEE CAKE 450
honor. Bridal attendantswere land and Atlanta, Georgia. After X.
Miss Nllda Gonzales MI. August 15 they will reside at BANANAS ,? fOe .
ami; Mrs. Tommy Bertha, and 1807 10th street Gainesville
Miss Susan Deen cousin of the Florida. GIANT SIZE
bridegroom. Mary Kay Bertha IncludedMr. :alif, Seedless
Out of town guests
was flower girl. and Mrs. N. A. Conner, Miss >. TIDELimit
Tommy Bertha cousin 0 f Elizabeth Bowen, Baxley, Ga.; GRAPES 2lb 490
the bridegroom acted as best Mr. and Mrs. Carver Harris, St.
man. Ushers were Sammy Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Large WesternCANTALOUPES4'or890 48e
Bertha, James Cook Zachary Tilton and Mr. and Mrs. Don
Holland, all cousins of the bride. 1.. Wilkinson, San Mateo; Mrs. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
groom, John Craig brother of Gene Hunt, and Mr. and Mrs.
the bride and George Preston. I Victor LaSala and children
The Maid of Honor wore a floor Revicra Beach Fla.; Miss Ann
length gown of sheer taffetain Bass and Mrs. Ivan Brown of
50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREEGIFT
sun yellow. It featured cap Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Julian
ileeves and a scooped neckline. Cawthorn and children of Perry, GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS I BOND STAMPS

The waist accented with a two Georgia. With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

a tone cumberbund featured in ransom wateau From Gainesville were Mr. 1 QUART ((1) I 1 / Oz. Pic,. $5.00 or More Food
The skirt a Mr. and
gold. 'and Mrs. Ed Moore Lemon Thin Order
AEROWAX Murray's
the back lined with Mr. and )
panel In Mrs. Steve Tlblutts,
ransom gold. Her headpiece was I I Mrs. Louis Peacock: Buddy L Coupon Void After ) ( Coupon Void Alter / Coupon Void After A
a small pillbox of gold taffeta :Brown Dr. Gene Wough, and Dr. [ Sunday, August 16, 1964 ( Sunday, August 16, 1964 ) Sunday August 16, '1964. ,

and she carried an old fashion and Mrs. Joe ROM.

ed bouquet of Shasta daisies. From Ormond Beach were Mr.
The bridal attendants wore and Mrs. J. F. Jones and Mrs. I
identical gowns to that of the John CanakarU; from Daytona
honor attendent with similar Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie .
flowers. The flower girl also CanakarU and Mr. and Mr*.

wore the same as the attend Art Hornby. I
eras and carried a basket of yellow Also Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Xfttj11t.

rose petals. Raulwson and children, Carol
The bride given In marriageby and Ronnie, New Smyrna B afh;
her father, chose a formal Rev and )In. Dan Corner and .
gown of Imported silk children.: Barry, Donna and Ken- Phone
with long ofianza-I Ref Crescent CIty: J. B. Stern OPEN SUNDAYS 037-3227 '

a point at her waist. Cape Kennedy, Florid 8:00 a.nv-IsOO p.m. U.s. No.1 BUNNELL
featured appliques of reern*
broldered Chantllly lace. The Continued To Page 9 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good Aug. 13, 14, 15, 16, 1964





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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER_ TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday August 13, 1964
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. d/oJuJa azalea is to use a length of rope Watermelon Has 'of watermelons-- yielded from- I More shipping tonnage passes

q to gather up the skirt-like -II'I present commercial seeds as 'each year through the locks at
branches into a tight bundle around Not Gone SquareBeatniks compared with the earlier seeds. Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, than
(By Henrer Sharp) the main trunk limbs. through either the Panama or

Transplanting azaleas In sum This permits digging a sizeable may claim that a I Damson plums get their name Suez Canals, despite the fact
mer Is like a tiff with the wife- ball of earth and main roots world without beards and bongo from the city of Damascus. The that the navigation season at
) without snipping off outer .small nearly round plums Ste. Marie is
both can have a pleasant end drums has gone "square, but are only eight months
I
f. Ing If you are careful. branches that contain next no one can accuse a certain' prized for Jam and plum butter.I out of 12.
of spring's flower buds. Florida watermelon of growing
Since the temperament
..
here With a grub-hoe begin a that way.A .
,
Is predictable
more
I plants NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
recent demonstration showed
base of the
few tips on winning a trench around the
are a
t battle with nature. plant at least 12 inches from the variety in question, The fire Insurance policies we write still give the scone
t But, before you dig up the the main limbs. Dig the trench Charleston Gray, hasn't alteredIts dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
first rootlet, be sure to size up deep enough to cut below allthe dimensions. I t coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at wry
the situation. This Includes the runner roots, then with a To silence criticism from wa-1 little extra costRemember
reasons for moving the flowering shovel undermine the plant until ermelon growers and buyers''
shrub and where you will it is supported by only a who said the popular melon was I H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
move ItSome toadstool column of earth. Slide undergoing a gradual transformation
folks discover that teen the excavated plant onto a from its elongated size or stop in soon for full details.

age azaleas are cluttering up trash cart for transportation tothe to a shorter, block-shaped fruit H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
the bedroom windows and pro new location. a Florida Agricultural Experiment 4373361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo.
vldlng hiding places for Peep. Replanting the azalea is a Stations horticulturist rana

Ing Toms. Others swear that the group near a long line of a test comparing the old with .
rotting mulch around- the plants hedge will help to break up the the new.
gives their home halitosis that monotony of the hedge and give Dr. V. F. Nettles wanted to
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
even their best friends wonder a flash of spring color.If J see if the charges were true, sole

about. the new planting site Is obtained some 10-year-old ;
I It Is for sure that the shrubs, covered with sod, improve the I Charleston Gray seeds and AMBULANCE
snuggling close to the house, sod for use on sandy spots of planted them side by side with I PHONE VAlley 4 1625

promote damp, moldy growth lawn, or better yet, place the 'current seeds purchased from. SERVICE .
ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA .
that rots off ends of boards fast- I sod in the old azalea site. reputable seed companies.The .
er than you can save to pay Next, dig a hole larger and melons that sprang from Never be hesitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
for replacements. deeper than the ball of earth the two groups of seeds con.
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
Roaches and other house-hunt of the plant. In digging the firmed: that present day fruit has experience.
ing Insects often use azalea hole, keep the richer top soil not gone "square." Nettles reported -
mulch as their base of attack separate from the poor dirt In the 1964 Charleston Gray Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
and Invade when your best com the bottom of the hole. has the same shape, size, color
pany can witness and spread Prior to placing the shrub in and sugar content as the one Garcia Funeral HomeP.
embarraslng rumors. the hole, add a sizeable quantity grown in 1954.
I A neighbor took all the above of well-rotted organic ma. Jlowever, Nettles did arrive at E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

reasons In stride and vowed to erial: and a handful of azalea the conclusion that there.Is a LADY ASSISTANTWWWUWUVWJWWJ

\ keep her. azaleas around her fertilizer. Mix this well with a II wide variation u ... _____in_ __the___number. %.."."..."........................ ."...... JO.v.."......".
\ home until she discovered tnat scattering of top soil, then ad. -
a small snake used the shrubs I I just the bottom of the hole mix
as a ladder to climb atop a win ture so that the azalea will sit
dow ledge to bask In the sun. at the same level In its new location .
The first step In moving an as it did near the house. I h1 Y i' 'V r a

Now, add a few shovelfuls of
top soil around the plant and
CLASSIFIEDI wash the loose earth down Into I ;-

i the roots with a generous supplyof r
water. Repeat the process until the
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ment, with private entrance, Next soak the roots of the Methyi
bath and screened porch, 304 E. I plant until you become alarmed

Moody Boulevard. 8-13-t I at the site of the next month's'
water bill. Apply water daily
FOR SJ\LE-19GO Impala, perfectcar
or when the plant gets an 11
power steering, air condition, i
o'clock droop. To prevent the
owned. Call
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4373347. 8-13-ltp midday droop, apply a fine "*
mist of water to the leaves of
COXES UPHOLSTERING East the plant as needed. I

I Highway 11 across from St. With this approach and a bit
Stephens Catholic Church, in of luck, your azaleas won't dropa
yellow house. Will pick up and leaf. Of course planting just
deliver. Phone 4373673. before( a weeklong rainy spellis
Au. 13.3tp added Insurance. For a
schedule of the next rainy spell,
REPOSSESSED SINGER contact your local weather sta.
Seleet.0'Matic Zlg Zag, like tion.
new makes fancy designs, ma. I

kcs automatic buttonholes, sews One of the tarpon at Marine- t I'
on buttons, blind hems, monograms J land has been living In,the Rectangular
embroiders, darns, patch. 1 Oceanarium since 1946. a
cs, etc. Fully guaranteed, cost $: :
over $300 new, now $58 or pay ark':4

5.80 monthly. Trade Ins accept I I MILLER
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sharpened. Call ID 7-356; REPAIRS ON TV'S
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WASHERSDRYERS :
WANTED IRONING to do at my
home, reasonable. Pick up & de.

livery. Phone ID 73669. Call Collect 672-0377 It's an important gasoline discovery! :blethyl

10-24-tf ALL WORK GUARANTEED steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops powerwastingknock

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads

fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under

prices. Call George 8-l.tf Ja. extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasoline (Crown and
roes, ID 7.3410 fllhr 3KIarjlrr QJrtbunrKLOIUDA
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action of an attorney who claimed I Don't Overcook cocked uncovered. The volatile mln C.

Too Late that the Jury that found his I oils which give the strong! odor I

client guilty was composed ofa Fresh VegetablesTo e*<#pe in the steam from the

group of imbeciles who madea open pot, and sulphur compounds
To ClassifyT wild guess totally disregard. I which sometimes cause > Community

I ing the evidence. And they tell make the most of fresh difficulty in digestion, dissolveIn Memorial Church
Russell KOT I us patriotic citizens should accept vegetables now in season, don't the cooking liquid.
overcook them.Long.Ume I. ......... ..tl...,
You know, I used to think Jury duty!
I I So your family will get plentyof AIR CONDITIONED
that I was a fairly sane Individual cooking is out of
Rioters and looters got them. vitamin C, Include liberal Dayton AT.
with the average amountof date and reduces vitamin and
selves plenty of space by servings of at least one raw
commonsense but after read. screaming in mineral content, nutritionists and fruit FLAGLER BEACH
"police brutality" I vegetable one raw in
ing the papers I can't help won I spite of the fact that the cops, meals each day. Vitamin C is Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

dering whether I am as nuttyas in no way responsible for their say.Cook green vegetables with. easily destroyed by cooking. Church Service 11:00 A.M.

a pecan roll and as out of I grievances, were simply doingI out a cover to help hold their Ripe{ tomatoes and green cab. a w. DICKERT. PMUFRVBRYONia

I the step as the dumbest rookie in their I Job under the most trying color. Use boiling water to speedup bsge are good sources of vita. WKLOOMB

regiment. t j I I circumstances, in an effort to the cooking time. Never add --- -
One item occupying a three. protect the interests and welfare
[ baking soda to vegetables. Soda .-- -- ---
column head and five columnsof of the community In the face
I causes loss of some of the vita

which space a reports city council an afternoon sweatedout In lot I I fanatical revolution. I mins. To keep the color of CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

,; Political leaders, scared to whole beets, add a little lemon
the tough problem of de. I I I death, screamed this and that juice, vinegar or tart apple dur IL CRAIG, Funeral Director
tiding the difference between"swill" '
I but did nothing constructive to ing cooking.
and "garbage." It seems JOHN CAPO, Associate
help control the situation. Theycouldn't
the city had given a contractto Cook onions, cabbage, cauliflower AIR OXYGEN
out whether the"whites"
figure
an individual to collect gar. and turnips in boiling LADY
or "blacks" would come CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED
bage and he had come before water in an uncovered pan. ATTENDANT I
out on top and damn it, votes
AMBULANCES
the board to protest that inde- Cook only until tender. Little
are votes no matter who casts
pent swine growers were collecting odor, and few, If any, digestive
them.I Phone ID 7-3532
"swill" from local restau disturbances result when these

rants. looked carefully from front strong flavored vegetables are II 301 t. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

After much argument and I I page to last to see an item I .
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wrangling the council in its stating that the Federal govern.

wisdom tabled the matter until ment had called out any U.S. N N

some higher authority could marshals or Army units to take

definitely determine what was over in New York or Rochester,

"swill" and what was garbage." but apparently the situationwas '11
not as serious as it was
The next item to confront my
in Little Rock or Alabama. It
so-called Intelligence had to do
seems that Northern states are
... with an Irate citizen who wasunhappy' .
capable of taking care of themselves
because the city had
and don't need Federal
provided him with a nice new aid.

sidewalk and then proceeded
I couldn't find a thing about
to tear it up to give decent .
" Mrs. Peabody rushing to Harlem i
burial to some water pipes. He
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or Rochester, evidently it's
seemed to think that engineers I' CbtrM Impale Sport' Coup
not desirable
as as an outingin
should have considered the pipes
St Augustine.Will I
before laying the sidewalk. The
Rogers used to say, "allI
didn't know his engi
poor guy know is what I read In the
neers and he doesn't know that "
papers. If Will were alive today -
before long the engineers will
he would probably be as
tear up all the pretty pavingon
confused and disturbed as I am
his street to give last ritesto
from reading the papers.
a new sewer line.

A college professor and scientist .

got more"cpace than the Give Your HomeA

situation in Viet Nam by com
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ing up with the suggestion that Cool LookThe

instead of burying our dead we
CAy H NON Sport Cot ft
should freeze them and keep way your home is decorated .

them in cold storage until science has a lot to do with

comes up with a cure for whether it has a cool, refreshing .

the disease that done them in. look In the summer, accord. I

Then ,we could bring them backto .ing to home economists with the iY

life by thawing them out and Florida Agricultural Extension

give them a new lease on life. Service.A .

Another item presents the re-
room will appear cooler if

it is done in greens, blues, especially .

HASTINGS MATTRESS in tints, and white. If
your walls and ceiling are al.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
ready painted in cool colors, you
710-12 Lemon St. have something to work from.If Comb 3/otud Club Coup

Palatka, Florida nit, you can add a cool note
Phone EA 5.9166 with light-colored pillows and

Furnitu-i. Upholstering white accessories. ,

Repaired & Refinished But don't use too ac w
Mattresses & Box Springs many :
Made to Order,Also Renovated I cessories. Beware of a cluttered America best sellers

Call Laura Morris 437-3233 I look. Wide open spaces help to

After 6:00 P. M. !create an illusion of coolness.

PRICES REASONABLE. Cover dark overstuffed furniture
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. 1 with llght-colored slipcovers

Just as near as your to give your living room a cool Your best buys !
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PARE: SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, August 13. 1961
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. 1 q d/oI Ja azalea ts to use a length of rope Watermelon Has I f of watermelon ;yfetded from I II More shipping tonnage passe
tK to gather up the skirt-like I present commercial seeds as each year through the locks at
branches Into a tight bundle around Not Gone compared with the earlier seeds. Sault Ste. Marie, Mkfetetn. than
Square I I
(By Herm Shorpe) the main trunk limbs. : through either the Panama or

Transplanting azaleas In summer This permits digging a sizeable i Beatniks may claim that a Damson plums get their name I I Sues Canals despite the fret
is like a MM with the wife-- ball of earth and main roots world without beards and bongo from the city of Damascus.: The that the navigation season at
I ,both can have a pleasant end without snipping off outer drums has gone "square," but small nearly round plums are I r Ste. Marie is only eight months
f. Ing If you are careful. branches that contain next no one can accuse a certain prized for jam and plum butter. I''out of 12.
Since the temperament of {I spring's flower buds. I Florida watermelon of growing

plants Is more predictable, here I With a grub-hoe begin a that way.A I
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
base of the recent demonstration showed
are a few tips on winning a trench around the I
: battle with nature. plant at least 12 inches from the variety In question. I The fire insurance' policies we write still gire the some
But, before you dig up the the main limbs. Dig the trench Charleston Gray hasn't alteredIts dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional .
first rootlet, be sure to size up deep enough to cut below all dimensions. !ITo coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at nIT
the situation. This includes the the runner roots, then with a silence criticism from Watermelon little extra costRemember.
reasons for moving the flowerIng shovel undermine the plant until growers and buyers '
shrub and where you will it is supported by only a who said the popular melon was I J H T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
move itSome toadstool column of earth. Slide undergoing a gradual transfer-1 take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
folks discover that teen. the excavated plant onto a mation from its elongated size or stop in soon for full details.

age azaleas are cluttering up trash cart for transportation to to a shorter, block shaped fruit, H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone

the___ bedroom___ __ windows and pro_ the new location. a Florida Agricultural Experiment 4373361 Citizens Bank Building Bunntll Flo.
riding hiding places for Peep. Replanting the azalea is a Stations horticulturist ran
ing Toms. Others swear that the group: near a long line of a a test comparing the old with --
rotting mulch around the plants hedge will help to break up the the new. ..
gives their home halitosis that monotony of the hedge and givea Dr. V. F. Nettles wanted to
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
even their best friends wonder flash of spring color. see if the charges were true, so

aboutIt If the new planting site is he obtained some 10-year-old
is for sure that the shrubs, covered with sod, improve the Charleston Gray seeds and AMBULANCES
snuggling close to the house, sod for use on sandy spots of I II planted them side by side with PHONE VAlley 41625

promote damp, moldy growth I lawn, or better yet, place the current seeds purchased from ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
I that rots off ends of boards fast I sod in the old azalea site. reputable seed companies.The "

er than you can save to pay Next, dig a hole larger and melons that sprang from Never be hesitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
\ for replacements. deeper than the ball of earthof the two groups of seeds confirmed are always at your service with promptness, safety and.xperl.nc.
I Roaches and other house-hunt. the plant. In digging the that present day fruit has ..
ing insects often use azalea hole, keep the richer top soil not gone "square." Nettles reported
mulch as their base of attack I separate from the poor dirt in the 1964 Charleston Gray Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
1 and invade when your best com I I'j the bottom of the hole. has the same shape, size, color
''j I pany can witness and spread Prior to placing the shrub in and sugar content as the one Garcia Funeral HomeP.

embarrasing rumors.A the hole, add a sizeable quantity grown in 1954.
neighbor took all the above of well-rotted organic ma Jlowever, Nettles did arrive at E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
reasons in stride and vowed to terial and a handful of azalea the conclusion that there is a LADY ASSISTANT
keep her azaleas around her fertilizer. Mix this well with wide variation in the number
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"VII'.v.titnill *tiA s4ta/VhtfAi..;..A/l.... that scattering 01 'top soil, tnen adjust .
a small snake used the shrubs the bottom of the hole mixture .
as a ladder to climb atop a win so that the azalea will sit
dow ledge to bask in the sun. at the same level in its new location -
The first step in moving an as it did near the house.

Now, add a few shovelfuls of
top soil around the plant and
CLASSIFIEDi
wash the loose earth down Into r

i the roots with a generous supplyof
water. Repeat the process until
i the hole is almost filled, then

LuU... ....* Ria *...!.. aN form a water basin around the it
a ..... "w ward .aea ....na... I ;
base of the plant and fill this
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basin with well rotted mulch. *
FOR RENT-2 bedroom apartment Oak leaf mold is fine. 11

with private entrance, Next soak the roots of the Methyl?
bath and screened porch, 304 E. plant until you become alarmedat
Moody Boulevard. 8-13-tf the site of the next month's ;

FOR SALE-1960 Impala, perfectcar water bill. Apply water dallyor
air condition when the plant gets: an 11
power steering, ,
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o'clock droop. To prevent the
R&II. Always locally owned. Call
4373347. 8-13-ltp midday droop, apply a fine 1 #?'
mist of water to the leaves of 1 ik +
COXES UPHOLSTERING, East the plant us needed. I 1
Highway 11 across from St With this approach and a bit. .L'

Stephens Catholic Church, in of luck, your azaleas won't dropa ... -
yellow house. Will pick up and leaf. Of course planting Just -
deliver. Phone 4373673. before a week-long rainy spellis
Au. 13.3tp added Insurance. For a
schedule of the next rainy spell,
REPOSSESSED SINGER
contact local weather sta
your
Select-0-MatIc Zlg Zag, like tion.
new makes fancy designs ma.
kcs automatic buttonholes sews
One of the tarpon at Marine-
on buttons, blind hems monograms
land has been living in the Rectangular
embroiders, darns, patches Oceanarium since 1946.
etc. Fully guaranteed, cost
over $300 new now $53 or pay
$5.80: monthly. Trade ins accept. I MILLER
ed. Phone Credit Mgr., Daytona
253-8106. 8.6.2tp ELECTRONICS

DUMP TRUCK for hire. Handsaws 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.

sharpened. Call ID 7-356:
REPAIRS ON TV'S
or ID 7.3669.6.18oU ,
WASHERSDRYERS
WANTED IRONING to do at my
home, reasonable. Pick up fc de.

livery 10-24-U Phone ID 73669. Call Collect 672-0377 It's an Important gasoline discovery I Methyl

ALL WORK: GUARANTEED steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting '
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain knock better than any other antiknock: compound. Methyl spreadsmore
fields' installed; snail shell Reasonable all of engine stands under
Call George Ja evenly throughout cylinders your up
ID 73410 prices. 8-141 extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and

roz. mbr I.gtrr UrtbtxnrBCXNRLU Crown Extra) ...at no increase in ?-.,,---."-,--

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day he would prohaMy IH a'
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palo'e 1
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lH.dJ.1a4uda azalea is to use a length of rope Watermelon Has '""Of watermelons yielded from More shipping tonnage passes
; to gather up the skirt-like present commercial seeds as each year through the locks at

(BY Herrer Sharp) branches into a tight bundle around Not Gone SquareBeatniks I compared with the earlier seeds. Sault Ste. Marie Michigan than
the main trunk limbs. through either the Panama or

Transplanting azaleas In summer This permits digging a sizeable may claim that a Damson plums get their name Suez Canals despite the fact
Is like a tiff With the wife- ball of earth and main roots world without beards and bongo from the city of Damascus. The that the navigation season at
both can have a pleasant endIng without snipping off outer I drums has gone "square" but small nearly round plums are Ste. Marie is only eight months
If you are careful. branches that contain next no one can accuse a certain prized for jam and plum butter.out of 12.
Since the temperament of spring's flower buds. Florida watermelon of growingthat

plants Is more predictable, here With a grub.hoe begin a way.
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
are a few tips on winning a trench around the base of the A recent demonstration showed -
battle with nature. plant at least 12 Inches from the variety in question, fire insurance policies we write still give the same
But, before you dig up the the: main limbs. Dig the trench Charleston, Gray, hasn't alteredIts dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad.
first rootlet, be sure to size up deep enough to cut below all dimensions. !I ditional coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
the situation. This Includes the the runner roots, then with a To silence criticism from watermelon i I little extra costRemember
reasons for moving the flowering shovel undermine the plant Until growers and buyers
where will it is I H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
shrub and you supported by only a who said the popular melon was
move ItSome toadstool: column of earth. Slide undergoing a gradual transformation / take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
folks discover that teen the excavated plant onto a from its elongated size or stop in soon for full details.

age azaleas are cluttering up trash cart for transportation to to a shorter block.shaped fruit H. T. COOK AGENCY
the bedroom windows and pro. the new location. a Florida Agricultural Expert Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo.
viding hiding places for Peeping Replanting the azalea is a ment Stations horticulturist rana
Toms. Others swear that the group near a long line of a test comparing the old with -
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rotting mulch around the plants hedge will help to break up the the new.
gives their home halitosis that monotony of the hedge and givea Dr. V. F. Nettles wanted to r
FOR ALL HOURS
DAY OR NIGHT
even their best friends wonder flash of spring color.If see if the charges were true so -

about. the new planting site Is he obtained some 10-year-old
It is for sure that the shrubs, covered with sod, improve the Charleston Gray seeds and AMBULANCE
snuggling close to the house, sod for use on sandy spots of planted them side by side with PHONE VAIley 4 1625
promote damp, moldy growth lawn, or better yet, place the current seeds purchased from J SERVICE
that rots off ends of boards faster sod in the old azalea site. reputable seed companies.The ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA ",

than you can save to pay Next, dig a hole larger and melons that sprang from |j Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
for replacements. the two of seeds confirmed t
groups
deeper than the ball of earthof
are always at your service with promptness safety and
Roaches and other house-hunt the plant. In digging the that present day fruit has
ing insects often use azalea hole keep the richer top soil not gone "square." Nettles reported experience.

mulch as their base of attack separate from the poor dirt in the 1964 Charleston Gray Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
and invade when your best company the bottom of the hole. has the same shape, size, color
can witness and spread Prior to placing the shrub in and sugar content as the one Garcia Funeral HomeP.
cmbarraslng rumors.A the hole add a sizeable quan grown in 1954.
neighbor took all the above tity of well-rotted organic material )However Nettles did arrive at E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
reasons in stride and vowed to and a handful of azalea the conclusion that there Is a LADY ASSISTANTvvwwvvwuv

keep her azaleas around her fertilizer. Mix this well with a wide variation in the number 1 J.nAMuwIt's ..........!..'fr........."..J'"f .............................
home until she discovered that I scattering of top soil, then ad. -- ----
a small snake used the shrubsas I I just the bottom of the hole mix .
a ladder to climb atop a win. ture so that the azalea will sit
dow ledge to bask in the sun. at the same level In its new location
The first step in moving an as it did near the house.

Now add a few shovelfuls of
top soil around the plant and v
CLASSIFIEDADS wash the loose earth down into :

the roots with a generous supplyof
water. Repeat the process until
the hole is almost filled, then I 1

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+.&.1 f.r w.r* ..eh laicrtUn* base of the plant and fill this :
n art. la mlalMMiM chare*
basin with well rotted mulch. : ; I II
FOR RENT-2 bedroom apart Oak leaf mold Is fine.
ment, with private entrance, Next soak the roots of the ? : Methyl?
bath and screened porch, 304 E. plant until you become alarmedat -
Moody Boulevard. 8-13-tf the site of the next month's'

FOR SALE-1960 Impala, perfect I water bill Apply water dailyor
when the plant gets an 11
car power steering, air condition,
R&II. Always locally owned. Call o'clock droop. To prevent the
4373347. 8-13-ltp midday droop apply a fine
mist of water to the leaves of
COXES UPHOLSTERING East the plant as needed. I
Highway 11 across from St. With this approach and a bit
Stephens Catholic Church, In of luck, your azaleas won't drop
yellow house. Will pick up and a, leaf. Of course planting Just f J
deliver. Phone 4373673.Au. before a weeklong rainy spellIs
13.3tp added Insurance. For a AJiirk1
REPOSSESSED-Si, R- schedule of the next rainy spell,
contact your local weather stat
Select-0 Matic like
Zlg Zag tion.
new makes fancy designs makes
automatic buttonholes sews
One of the tarpon at Marine-
buttons blind hems monograms R
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land has been living in the Rec.
embroiders, darns patch tangular Oceanarium since 1946.
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over $300 new now $58 or pay
$5.80 monthly. Trade ins accept. I MILLER \ "
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2538106. 8.6.2tp ELECTRONICS
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sharpened. Call ID 7-3563:
REPAIRS ON TV'S
or ID 7-3669. 6.1841
WASHERSDRYERS
WANTED IRONING to do at my
home reasonable. Pick up & de.

10-24-tf livery. Phone ID 73669. Call Collect 672-0377 an important gasoline discovery! Methyl*

ALL WORK GUARANTEED steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting '
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore

enable fields Installed price.; Call snail George shell. Rea.Ja .. evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine stands up under

ID 7.3410 8-l-tf extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and
roz Qlhr JKIaglrr fflrtbunrMRS.
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CONSTIPATED. ? DVlIf1'fKLL. FLORIDA price I Another important way that
containingPrune
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NOODrS PHARMACY

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Office Phone HE 9.2242
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Thursday, August 13, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL., FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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action of an attorney who claim. I Don't Overcook cooked uncovered. The volatile min C.
Too Late ed that the jury that found his I oils which give the strong odor I I
client guilty was composed ofa Fresh escape in the steam from the m- JpL
group of imbeciles who madea VegetablesTo 'open pot, and sulphur compounds t

To Classify wild guess totally disregardIng II which sometimes cause Community
the evidence. And they tell make the most of fresh difficulty in digestion, dissolveIn Memorial Church
Bossell vegetables now In season, don't
UT RaT us patriotic citizens should accept the cooking liquid.
I
overcook them.Longtime Urr-4.M.mUatUaa|
You know, I used to think i : Jury duty! So your family will get plentyof AIR CONDITIONED

that I was a fairly sane Individual I I Rioters and looters got them cooking Is out of vitamin C, Include: liberal Dtjrtona AT..
with the average amount.selves plenty of space by date and reduces vitamin and servings of at least one raw FLAGLER
of commonsense but after read screaming "police brutality" In mineral content, nutritionists vegetable and one raw fruit In BEACH

ing the papers I can't help won I spite of the fact that the cops, I meals each day. Vitamin C is Sunday School 10:00: A.M.

dering whether I am as nuttyas In no way responsible for their say.Cook green vegetables without I easily destroyed by cooking. Church Service 11:00 A.M.

a pecan roll and as out ofl I grievances, were simply doing a cover to help hold their Ripe tomatoes and green cabbage !t. W. DICKERT hater
step as the dumbest rookie In i their Job under the most trying color. Use boiling water to speedup are good sources of vita. BVERYONIQ WELCOME

the regiment. :circumstances, In an effort to the cooking time. Never add -- -
One item occupying a three. protect the interests and welfareof baking soda to vegetables. Soda : 1
column head and five columnsof the community in the face causes loss of some of the vita.
space reports an afternoon In of fanatical revolution. mins. To keep the color of CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

which a city council sweatedout Political leaders, scared to whole beets, add a little lemon
the tough problem of deciding -I death, screamed this and that Juice, vinegar or tart apple dur B. RAIL Funeral Director

the difference between but did nothing constructive to ing cooking. JOHN CAPO, AssociateAIR
"
"swill" and "garbage. It seems
control the situation. Theycouldn't
contractto help Cook onions, cabbage, cauliflower
the city had given a OXYGEN
out whether the"whites"
an individual to collect gar. figure and turnips in boiling CONDITIONEDCHAPEL LADY
would EQUIPPED
or "blacks" come I I
bage and he had come before water in an uncovered pan. ATTENDANT
it votes
and damn ,
out on top : AMBULANCES
the board to protest that inde- Cook only until tender. Little
who casts
pent swine growers were collecting are them.votes no matter odor, and few, if any, digestive Phone ID 7-3532
"swill" from local restau disturbances result when these
rants. I looked carefully from front strong flavored vegetables are 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

After much argument and page to last to see an item. I -
wrangling the council in its stating that the Federal government
wisdom tabled the matter until had called out any U.S. I" ,e

some higher authority could marshals or Army units to takeover .'
definitely determine what was In New York or Rochester,

"swill" and what was garbage." but apparently the situation.I '(.' :
was not as serious as it was
The next item to confront
my
in Little Rock or Alabama. It
so-called intelligence had to do
seems that Northern states are
with an irate citizen who was M
capable of taking care of themselves
unhappy' because the city had
and don't need Federal
provided him with a nice new aid.
sidewalk and then proceededto
I couldn't find a thing about
tear it to give decent 0
up .
Mrs. Peabody rushing to Harlem
burial to some water pipes. He
or Rochester, evidently it'snot
seemed to think that engineers I Cfcrrotrf Impala Sport Cnj
desirable outing
as as an I
should have considered the pipes ,
in St. Augustine. I
before laying the sidewalk. The ...{
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Will Rogers used to say, "all ,
.
didn't know his .
engi
poor guy 1',
I know is what I read in the
and he doesn't know that
neers "
papers. If Will were alive to.
before long the engineers will day he would probably be as
tear up all the pretty pavingon confused and disturbed as I am
his street to give last ritesto P
from reading the papers.
a new sewer line.A .
college professor and scientist .

got more space than the Give Your HomeA I..
situation in Viet Nam by coming .
up with the suggestion that Cool LookThe

Instead of burying our dead we CJUry U NOM Sport' Copi
should freeze them and keep way your home is deco.

them in cold storage until science rated has a lot to do with .
,'
cool refreshing ,I
comes up with a cure for whether it has a "
the disease that done them in. look in the summer, according I
Then we could bring them backto to home economists with the
life by thawing them out and Florida Agricultural Extension w

give them a new lease on life. Service.A .
Another item presents the re-
room will appear cooler if
it is done in greens, blues, especially .
in tints, and white. If n
HASTINGS MATTRESS
your walls and ceiling are al.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS ready painted in cool colors, you
710-12 Lemon St. have something to work from. Corrals Moss Club Cnpt

Palatka, Florida If not, you can add a cool note
Phone EA 5.9166 with light-colored pillows and

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Repaired & Refinished don't use too many ac. :

Made Mattresses 10 Order&,Also Box Renovated Springs cessories. Beware of a cluttered Americas best sellers !

Call Laura Morris 437-3233 I look. Wide open spaces help to ,
Illusion of coolness.
After 6:00 P. M. create an
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BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. with light-colored slipcoversto

Just Phone as or near Post as Office your appearance.give your living room a cool Your best buys !

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Horticulturists that
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you sonslder trees for shade.

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in any size arc at your Chevrolet from among the 45 best ways in theTworU:
dealer one-stop shopping center. to go in the number one automobiles.
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tdeiiIt d1 J4 azalea is to use a length of rope Watermelon Has 1'of watermelons yielded from More shipping tonnage passes
Q ; 4tlt to gather up the skirt like I present commercial seeds as each year through the locks at

branches into a tight bundle around 'Not Gone compared with the earlier seeds. Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, than
SquareBeatniks I
Herrrr Show*)
(By
the main trunk limbs. through either the Panama or

Transplanting azaleas In sum. This permits digging a sizeable may claim that a Damson plums get their name Suez Canals, despite the fact
mer is like a tiff with the wife- ball of earth and main roots world without beards and bongo from the city of Damascus. The I I that the navigation season at
both can have a pleasant end. without snipping off outer I drums has gone "square," but small nearly round plums are Ste. Marie is only eight months
branches that contain next for and butter.I'out of 12.
Ing if you are careful. no one can accuse a certain prized Jam plum
of spring's flower buds. Florida watermelon of growingthat
Since the temperament I ...
plants Is more predictable, here With a grub-hoe begin a way. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
are a few tips on winning a trench around the base of the : A recent demonstration show.
battle with nature. plant at least 12 inches from :ed the variety in question, fire insurance policies we writ still gin the scone

But, before you dig up the the main limbs. Dig the trench Charleston Gray, hasn't alteredits dependable protection. But today you con often enjoy additional .

first rootlet, be sure to size up deep enough to cut below all dimensions. :I coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
the situation. This Includes the the runner roots, then with a !: To silence criticism from wa I little extra coat.Remember. .
reasons for moving the flower shovel undermine the plant un termelon growers and buyers
Ing shrub and where you will til it is supported by only a who said the popular melon was I H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
I take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
move itSome toadstool column of earth. Slide undergoing a gradual transformation
in for full details
folks discover that teen. the excavated plant onto a from its elongated size or stop soon

age azaleas are cluttering up trash cart for transportation to to a shorter, block-shap
the bedroom windows and pro. the new location. a Florida Agricultural Experiment Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Fla."d'l .
viding hiding places for PeepIng Replanting the azalea is a Stations horticulturist rana
Toms. Others swear that the group near a long line of a test comparing the old with I
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.. ..... . .. .... .
rotting mulch around the plants I hedge will help to break up the the new. .. .IWU'ti'tih
gives their home halitosis that monotony of the hedge and givea Dr. V. F. Nettles wanted to
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
even their best friends wonder flash of spring color.If see if the charges were true, so

about. the new planting site is I he obtained some 10-year-old
I
It Is for sure that the shrubs, covered with sod, improve the Charleston Gray seeds and AMBULANCE
close to the house them side side with PHONE VAlley 41625
snuggling sod for use on sandy spots of planted by
promote damp, moldy growth lawn, or better yet place the current seeds purchased from SERVICE
ST.
AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
that rots off ends of boards fast. sod in the old azalea site. reputable seed companies.The .

er than you can save to pay Next, dig a hole larger and melons that sprang from Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
for replacements. deeper than the ball of earth the two groups of seeds con t
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
Roaches and other house-hunt of the plant. In digging the firmed that present day fruit has experience.
ing insects often use azalea hole, keep the richer top soil not gone "square." Nettles reported

mulch as their base of attack separate from the poor dirt in the 1964 Charleston Gray Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
and invade when your best company the bottom of the hole. has the same shape, size, color

can witness and spread Prior to placing- the shrub in and sugar content as the one Garcia Funeral HomeP.

embarraslng rumors.A the hole, add a sizeable quantity grown in 1954.
neighbor took all the above of well-rotted organic ma. However, Nettles did arrive at E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

reasons in stride and vowed to terial and a handful of azalea the conclusion that there is a LADY ASSISTANT

keep her azaleas..1__around..__.... her fertilizer.. Mix- this well-- with a I wide_ variation in the number .......,...V.., ..,......."'- ..'\,. ....................,"'...... .... ...-..............-..'\,......"" ..... .
home until she wvereu that scattering of top soil, then ad. -
a small snake used the shrubs I just the bottom of the hole mix. .
as a ladder to climb atop a window ture so that the azalea will sit

ledge to bask in the sun. at the same level in its new location r '
Y era ? x
The first step in moving an as it did near the house.

Now, add a few shovelfuls of
top soil around the plant and
CLASSIFIEDADS wash the loose earth down into Y.I f

the roots with a generous supplyof

water. Repeat the process until
the hole is almost filled, then

....u... ..... t... .*.... aN form a water basin around the
S ..... Pea w.r4n ..ell aaartl... base of the plant and fill this
.*.!. U UmltB.. altar..
basin with well rotted mulch.
FOR RENT-2 bedroom apart Oak leaf mold is fine.

ment, with private entrance, Next soak the roots of the '- Methyl?
bath and screened porch, 304 E. plant until you become alarmedat

Moody Boulevard. 8-13-tf the site of the next month'swater
I 3
FOR SALE-1960 Impala, perfectcar bill. Apply water dallyor
power steering, air condition, when the plant gets an 11
o'clock droop. To prevent the -4
R&H. Always locally owned. Call
4373347. 8-13-ltp midday droop, apply a fine
mist of water to the leaves of _
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COXES UPHOLSTERING East the plant as needed. I ?Qw

Highway 11 across from St With this approach and a bit

Stephens Catholic Church, in of luck, your azaleas won't drop
yellow house. Will pick up and a leaf, Of course planting just 'adY
deliver. Phone 4373673. before a weeklong rainy spellis r
Au 13.3tp added Insurance. For a

schedule of the next rainy spell,
REPOSSESSED SINGER
contact your local weather sta
Sclect-0-Matlc Zig Zag like I tion.
new, makes fancy designs, ma. :
kes automatic buttonholes, sews I
One of the tarpon at Marine-
on buttons, blind hems, mono. .
land has been living in the Rectangular
grams, embroiders, darns, patch Oceanarium since 1946I .
cs, eta Fully guaranteed, cost I
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Thursday, August 13, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNKLL, FLORIDA . . JPAQE
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action of an attorney who claimed i fDon't. Overcook cooked uncovered. The-volatile --min C. ---

Too Late I that the Jury that found his oils which give' the strong odor-1 I __

client guilty VMS composed ofa Fresh escape in the steam from the

group of Imbeciles who made.I VegetablesTo 'open pot, and sulphur compounds !I r

To Classify a wild guess totally disregarding which sometimes' cause Community

the evidence. And they tell make the most of fresh difficulty In digestion, dissolvein Memorial Church
BY Russell !raze citizens should accept vegetables now In season, don't the cooking
us patriotic i liquid.
overcook them.Longtime lBttr-d.... .....aal
You know, I used to think Jury duty! i t So your family will get plentyof AIR CONDITIONED
that I was a fairly sane individual I cooking Is out of
Rioters and looters got themselves I vitamin C, include liberalservings Daytona: Av.
with the amount date and reduces vitamin and
,
average
plenty of space by of at least one raw
of commonsense but after read- In mineral content, nutritionists FLAGLER BEACH
screaming "police brutality" I vegetable and one raw fruit in
Ing the papers I can't help won ,spite of the fact that the cops, meals each day Vitamin C is Sunday School 10:00)( A.M.

dering whether I am as nutty in no way responsible for their say.Cook green vegetables with- easily destroyed by cooking Church Service 11:00 A.M.

as a pecan roll and as out of )grievances, were simply doing out a cover to help hold their Ripe tomatoes and green cab. n. W. DICKERT P t.rWKLCOMB

step as the dumbest rookie In their Job under the most trying color. Use boiling water to speedup bage are good sources of vita. m\PJCRYO

the regiment.One j circumstances, In an effort to the cooking time. Never add
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Item occupying a three- j,protect the Interests and welfareof baking soda to vegetables. Soda

column head and five columnsof the community In the face causes loss of some of the vita.

space reports an afternoon In I I of fanatical revolution. mins. To keep the color of CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

which a city< council sweated Political leaders, scared to whole beets, add a little lemon

out the tough problem of deciding -j death, screamed this and that Juice, vinegar or tart apple during H. CRAIG Funeral Director

the difference" between (I"swill" but did nothing constructive to cooking. JOHN CAPO Associate
and It seems
"garbage.
control the situation. Theycouldn't
help
the city had given a contractto Cook onions cabbage, cauliflower AIR OXYGEN
out whether the
an individual to collect gar figure II and turnips In boiling LADY
"whites" or "blacks" would come CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
bage and he had come before water In an uncovered pan. ATTENDANT
out on top and damn it, votes AMBULANCES
the board to protest that inde- Cook only until tender. Little
are votes no matter who casts '
pent swine growers were collecting odor, and few, if any, digestive
them.I Phone ID 7-3532
"swill" from local restau I disturbances result when these

rants. looked carefully from front strong flavored vegetables are 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA.

After much argument and pace to last to see an item I I --- -
t wrangling the council In its stating that the Federal government --

wisdom tabled the matter until had called out any U. S. :w uVV

some higher authority could marshals or Army units to take ..\''4f.\t'!\ ",I
definitely determine what was over In New York or Rochester,

"swill" and what was garbage." but apparently the situationwas
not as serious as it was
The next item to confront my
in Little Rock or Alabama. It
so-called intelligence had to do
seems that Northern states are
with an Irate citizen who was -
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capable of taking care of themselves ,
unhappy' because the city had
and don't need Federal
provided him with a nice new
sidewalk and then proceededto aid T= V _
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I couldn't find a thing about i-I-
tear it up to give decent .
Mrs. Peabody rushing to Harlem
burial to some water pipes. He
or Rochester, evidently it's
seemed to think that engineers Chevrolet Impale Sport Co jC >.
not as desirable as an outingin
should have considered the pipes ,
St. Augustine.Will i
before laying the sidewalk. The
Rogers used to "allI
say
poor didn't know his engineers -
guy
know is what I read in the
and he doesn't know that
papers." If Will were alive to-
before long the engineers will
day he would probably be as
tear up all the pretty pavingon
confused and disturbed as I am
his street to give last ritesto : '
from reading the papers.
a new sewer line.A .

college professor and scientist

I got more pace than the Give Your HomeA
tt ll '!lfMsNSIMI
situation In Viet Nam by coming ir'

up with the suggestion that Cool LookThe

Instead of burying our dead we .
*"nr IT NOM spore Con jwConalr
should freeze them and keep way your home is decorated

them in cold storage until science has a lot to do with w

comes up with a cure for whether It has a cool, refresh

the disease that done them In. ing look in the summer, according

Then we could bring them backto to home economists with the

life by thawing them out and Florida Agricultural Extension

give them a new lease on life. Service. t-,

Another item presents the re-
A room will appear cooler if

it is done In greens, blues, especially .
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HASTINGS MATTRESS In tints, and white. If w

your walls and ceiling are already .
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
painted in cool colors, you
710-12 Lemon St. have something to work from Hoiua Club Cunp*

Palatka, Florida If not, you can add a cool note I.
Phone EA 5-9166 with light-colored pillows and

Furnltu-x Upholstering white accessories.But .

Mattresses Repaired && Box Refinished Springs don't use too many ac : :t

Made to Order,Also Renovated I cessories. Beware of a cluttered Americas best seIIersa

Call Laura Morris 4373233 I look. Wide open spaces help to ,

After 6:00 P. M. ,create an illusion of coolness.

BUDGET PRICES PLAN REASONABLE.IF NEEDED. '| Cover with dark light-colored overstuffed slipcovers furniture ,,>t

Just Phone as or near Post as Olin i to appearance.give your living room a cool Your best buys "i '

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Mrs. Thomas Levering Lenssen I Ripeness Test



I I PERSONA.L S SMARE For Cantaloupes

: The way it feels, looks and
I smells is the most reliable test
I for ripeness in a cantaloupe or

LV'f I I a honeydew melon.In .

I selecting cantaloupe, mar.
I : STRICKLAND keting specialists with the FlorIda -
t I CELEBRATES WITH I CARD OF THANKSTo Agricultural Extension Service

} BIRTHDAY PARTY suggest that you look at the
friends
and
i t t I my neighborsof
stem end. If It's
smooth
and
YRVr I Mark Strickland was honored I II Bunnell I express my thanksto slightly indented, it's to
t1 I with a birthday party and wiener youin gratitude and deep appreciation eat. ready
\\1 ir roast' Monday of last weekat for the great and won.
the Strickland home, Favorita. derful deeds of kindness, pray Look closely and you will

w i It was in celebration of his 11th ere, messages of encouragement, notice that the netting on a
rI birthday. beautiful cards? All of this is vine-ripened melon is well raise

Games were features of entertainment helping me so greatly on my ed and stands out In bold relief
long road to recovery. I shall all over the surface of the
After the wiener
I ; roast birthday cake & ice cream never forget God bless you. i melon. The background betweenthe

, was served to those present. Verna Folk. corky gray netting shouldbe
turning light yellow.A .

I Mrs. Roy Bayless of Jefferson CARD OF THANKSWe mature cantaloupe has a

II City, Tenn., arrived Wednesdayand distinct. aroma at the blossomend.
are sincerely grateful to
I will reside In the Stanish friends and neighbors for their But feeling the blossomend
I, Duplex on North Pine street. She many kind acts of of a cantaloupe to find out
will be a math teacher on the sympathy whether it is ripe is not a sure
r during our sad bereavementThese
rI Bunnell School Faculty. Mr Bay test for ripeness. The softening
I expressions ha e'been
less will arrive during the week could be caused by shoppers
deeply appreciated.We .
rI i &Iit; end :and will be Physical Edu ahead of you who have bruised
would also like to thank
cation teacher. and pinched it.
I Mrs. Bayless was accompaniedon everyone for their prayers, flowers -
V the trip down by her father, cards, and visits during our Don't shake a melon to see
Seba Norton and her cousin, loved ones illness and stay in if the seeds are loose. The seeds
The Trinity Episcopal Church floor length gowns identical to the hospital. Your
I Miss Linda Wilhite, who will remain thoughtful. may rattle because other people
of Ashvllle, North Carolina, was the Maid of Honor in Nile Green. for a few days before re ness can never be forgotten. The have shaken It.
the setting for the ceremony The child attendants were family of Ada R.. Kudrna.W. .
uniting Miss Anita Coxe Hum. Misses Elizabeth and Susan turning home. E. Kudrna In the case of honeydew, the

phries and Mr. Thomas Levering Lenssen, nieces of the groom I'' Augle Biddle melon's skin color changes from
j; Lenssen in marriage on Saturday from Von Bulow Ranch, Bun. CRAIG-DEEN Maude Lloyd green to creamy white as they
REHEARSAL PARTY
morning, August 8, at eleven nell ripen. Ripehoneydews feel
thirty in the morning. Rev. The bride, given in marriageby Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen were waxy or velvety and have an
John W. Tuton officiated in the, her father, wore a gown of hosts to the Cralg.Deen wedding The stinging tentacles of the unmistakable honeydew aromaat
ceremony. : silk organza made with fitted rehearsal party Friday eveningat Jellyfish known as Portuguese the blossom end. They do
The bride !is the daughter of II bodice, scalloped neckline and their home, 806 East Moody Man-o-War may extend as long not have the smooth, indented
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henderson long sleeves of Peau D'Ange Boulevard. Invited guests included as 30 feet Marineland reports. I stem of ripe cantaloupes.

Humphries of Ashvllle, North lace and seed pearls. The same the members of the wed. -- --- ---
Carolina and 645 S. Beach street, lace enhanced the bouffant ding party, out of town guests,
Daytona Beach. back skirt which fell Into a and members of the immediate
I Mr. Lenssen of the T. Double chapel train. Her veil of import. families Artistry In Flowers
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r' 1. Ranch, Bunnell and !is the son ed illusion fell from a crown of Hawaiian Lulau, completewith )':
of Mrs. Nicholas F. Lenssen of lace and seed pearls. decorations and the "roast. by
( Darien, Conn., and the late Mr. Serving as best man was ed pig" was on the patio and ,
\1 Lenssen. Nicholas F. Lenssen of Bunnell, poolside. Lighted torches mark.
The Maid cf honor was Miss brother of the groom. Ushers ed the entrance to the patio. josepA's
Elizabeth Anne Beveridge of were John L Lenssen of San Guests were greeted at the door FLORIST

Palm Beach. She wore a pale Francisco, California and William by girls in grass skirts who presented -
yellow floor length gown of chif. Lenssen, Darien, Conn., them with leis. WEDDINGS FUNERAL DESIGNS
fon over taffeta with watteau I brothers of the groom, David Mrs. Jean Hunt of Riviera, sister
I panel back, with matching bows I lloyd, East Norwalk, Conn; Gar. In law and guest of Mrs. HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS
with veils. :rett Morris of Deland, Florida; Curtis Deen, entertained the
t Bridesmaids were Miss Sybil Isaac M. Meekins 3rd of Charlotte group with Hawaiian dances Serving Bunnell and Flagler Beach
Annette Morse, Pensacola, Flor. and Ashvllle, N. C. and singing. Mrs. Hunt had
ida; Miss Elizabeth Garrade, A reception followed at the spent three years in Hawaii.
f, Columbus, Georgia; Miss Nancy Biltmore Forrest Country Club. Tropical plants, flowers, lanterns 140 W. Granada Ave. Phone

Louise Smathers, Ashvllle, N. C; ,Following a wedding trip the were used as decorations Ormond Beach, Fla. 677-8844
Miss Catherine Ruth Arnett, I couple will reside at the T. around the poolslde and on the
Philadelphia, Pat They wore Double L Ranch, Bunnell. patio where the food was served
I buffet style.Weaver .
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GOLDEN CIRCLE II here with his brother and sister
Roberson
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CLASS MEMBERS .1 I in law. Wedding PlansAnnounced

ENJOY OUTING FIND THE EXPERT
I II I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee 1 _;
The Golden Circle Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Rich.
Blakely Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lawton
School Class of the First Baptist
ard Cantrell several days last announce the engagement of
Church enjoyed a hamburgerfry week was their cousins, Mr. and their daughter, Miss Linda Sue
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .
Mrs. Marshall Collins of Homestead Weaver, to Mr. Glynn Calvin
M. C Strickland, Jr., Friday Florida. Roberson of Mlddleburg, Florida.

night He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. C. Roberson also of Middle-
Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Watson
Lewis last week was their burg.
had as their guests Sunday Mr.
daughter, Mrs. Adair Park and The wedding is planned for
Nelson of Avon
and Mrs. V. E.
young daughter of Atlanta, Ga. August 20 and only membersof
Park. Mrs. Nelson is Mr. Watson
They were accompanied here by the famlles and close friends
mother. They were accompanied
home by Leon Wat Mr. Park who visited over the will attend. Experience: Is Important to value of experience when
j weekend, before returning to almost.very undtrtaking.Exp letting out to purchase
a
son who has spent the summer I i I par.
( Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Atlanta. Palmquist .rts may disagree on the titular product or service.

t't't!:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.Q:- visiting and son with of Jacksonville friends here were dur amount of luck" Involv.d" in We expect quality and
catching limit when
ing the past weekend. Theyare a good service, all of us. Experience
P. Bob's Sunoco former residents of Bunnell. you're out fishing your favor. ha* shown most of
.: It but win
stream, none deny
that
us the best place to gel
t. ., Mrs. C II. Cowart is a patient that It certainly helps IL you both It by doing business

::: NORTH HIGHWAY 1 in the Halifax Hospital where know where the fish are, how with the qualified local merchant
she underwent major surgery deep to fish for them and the
, Offer! Tuesday. She is reported -the man who makes
Special Get Acquainted as recovering type of "bait" they prefer.
: satisfactorily it his fob to serve wed today

With Each The average consumer In order to gel more business
t ::: 5 Gallons Gas Given :
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle and gives tome thought to the tomorrow.

t,: Lube and Oil Change s son after Glenn a short, have visit returned to Corpus home

Christi, Texas with their son and
:*:; OFFER GOOD FOR THIRTY DAYS y daughter in law, Ensign and i'IfYllrrlIEJtlMMl
Trade Gt Home
Mrs. Arthur Carle.
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Its name from the black
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