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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 20, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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52, NO. 33 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR
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Jack Stevens To i(I PENTECOSTAL I I Miss Southland LAKE NEOGA WATER 'Basic( Facilitiesfor I


Speak To Teachers :[REVIVAL AT Entrant DeadlineIs SURVEY REPORTS Flagler Beach

I LOCAL CHURCH SAFE FOR SWIMMINGGene

Of Flagler County I I Rev. Robert V. Hudson is the August 20 Holly, sanitation officer Park Will Be Built

evangelist for the Revival now for the Flagler County Health
August 20 has been set as the
A Jack Stevens, assistant executive Money for the construction of
in at the Pentecostal Department, complying with re
progress
secretary of the Florida I l deadline for receiving entries in basic recreational facilities at
Holiness Church of Bunnell. The quests for a survey of the Neoga
Education Association, will be the Miss Southland, the Beauty Flagler Beach State Park were
revival began on Monday eve Lake Water, said today the re
the guest speaker of the Flag- ning. Contest exclusively for the young ports show the water safe for released this week by the State
Teachers working girls of the South. Budget Commission
Classroom ,
ler County Rev. Lamar Lingold is pastorof swimming at the time of the accordingto
.\ Assn. on Friday afternoon, Aug- the church which is located Dates for the 1964 contest are N. E. Miller, Jr.. Florida Park
.
survey.
gust 21, at 1 o'clock at the Bun I Thursday, September 3, through Director.
just off Deen Road. Sunday, September 6, giving the lie said the water was not con Funds
nell High School. totaling $5,500 are being
!I Services begin at 7:45: each
sidered safe for drinking.
Jack Stevens is widely known 1 young career ladies a "Cinderella made available to employa
Church. The public
at the
in educational circles in Florida, evening Holiday," four days and I full time Ranger and to construct .
is invited to attend.
for his outstanding work in ]I nights of fun on 'The World's I City Will Hold i a picnic area. The Ranger

promoting high professional I Most Famous Beach"-Daytona: I will be employed as of October
standards among educators.He I Bunnell Bulldogs I I Beach.A i EqualizationtSeptember 1. The picnic area will consistof
is no stranger to Bunnell, !I list of fabulous prizes, in I a shelter, tables grills and
having appeared as guest speak I Getting in Shape eluding a government scholarship I 8 primitive sanitary facilities.
i !
er for Bunnell High School I bond awaits some young Miller said that he expecteda
Par nt.Teacher's Assn. duringthe For 1964 SeasonTwenty lady between the ages of 17 and The City Commissioners will I boat ramp to be constructedIn
1962.63 school year. I 25, single and never been mar I hold their tax equalization meeting the park In the very near
Mr. Stevens will speak on the six varsity team members tied earning at least a part of on Tuesday, September 8 at future. The State Board of Conservation .

general theme of "Improving and seven Team mem their livelihood.To '8 o'clock p. m. The regular City is furnishing the material
Professional Practices in the bers turned out for the first prac enter the Miss Southland, Commissioners meeting scheduled for the ramp, while Flag
Field of Public Education." He : tice of the Bunnell Bulldogs: a young lady should send along for Monday night has been ler County Is providing the labor

will be introduced by Mrs. Daisy; Monday morning. her photo and full particulars postponed because of the Labor i for the ramp construction
Moody, president of the Flagler Coach Bo Manuel said the. concerning herself to Miss Southland Day holiday. The County hal already provided .

County Teacher's Assn. for the coaching staff was well pleased I!I P. O. Box 1625, Daytona I Everett Decker appeared before a road to the ramp area and
school with the turn out. The teams Beach, Florida. graded the beach.
1964.65 year. ( the Commissioners and said he I
The meeting on Friday will tare holding two practices each The dates for the First Annual I(was interested in building an I Miller emphasized the role

be the first meeting of the local day, at 7:00: a. m. and out 4:30 in: shorts p. m. Hootenanny has been set for office and used car parking lot !Senator Verle Pope and Representative
working
C.T.A. for the new school year. They are drills Wednesday and Thursday, Sept on the property of the Sinclair W. 1. Wadsworth had
this week in conditioning
Committee assignments' for the tember 2 and 3). Four group filling station and wondered If played in securing these fa
school year will be announcedand and learning new plays. prizes will be awarded rangingup there were objections lie was ,cllltics.
hard
is
The team working
new teachers introduced to I to $150 In cash, plus a vale told there were no objections I
for the opening I
the association.The getting ready ; able gift, award to each of the I provided the building was constructed
game here on September 13 DBJC Will Offer
Social Activities Committee group leaders. in compliance with
when will meet the Crescent
will report on plans for the I they There is no entry fee and any. the building code. lie did not
annual social activity observedby I City team. I I one who plays a musical instru. seek a building permit at this [TV Credit Courses
Coach Manuel said if the conditioning
the association. I ment or sings are invited to en time.
progresses as the I ter. Write Hootenanny, P.O. Box I I Beginning MondayDaytona
staff thinks it should I

FloridaWildlifeProblems -, coaching"we- expect to have ft first full; j bldnlC 1150, :Daytona"- .. ..Beach. . ...for..-., entry-- Health Board' To' win credit Beach Junior_College'
offer by
scale scrimmage between 7 and course radio

Will Be 9 a. m. Monday morning. Pads Get On and tv beginning Monday,
will be issued this week but i iI Reports August 21, They will be fully

Studied Next Year I will not be used until Monday. JUNIOR COLLEGE 'Machines accredited.I

J' I Varsity team members include BEGINS MONDAY X-Ray The tv offering World Civilization .
Fifteen wildlife biologists stationed Billy Cauley, Tlllman The State Board of Health has 1550 to Present, for three
throughout Florida will I Robinson, Levi Brannam Jr., Supt Dean Holland said the registered 5,200 X-ray machinesIn semester hours will be producedby
be working on approximately Harry Bullock, Dan Cody, Walton [I opening day for the Daytona over 3,000 establishment In WESII-TV and will be telecast -
50 wildlife management problems Cowart, Benton Eisenbach, Beach Junior College will be the state but officials believe weekday morning at 0:30:

during the coming year to Arthur Ford, Fred Harris, Mike Monday, August 24. some 2,000 have not been re on channel 2.
'. conserve wildlife and at the i Hornsby, Dennis Jankowski, Junior College buses from ported.Dr. A teaching team representing
( same time put more game in I I George Jarosz, Mack Pelllcer, Flagler County will run on that Edwin G. Williams, director five central Florida Junior College .
the hunter's bag. announced : Albert and John Johnston Jack day. of the board's Division of will make up the faculty.Dr. .

: II. E. Wallace, chief, Game Man ] Knight, Tom McDaniel, Cotton Radiological and OccupationalHealth Merlin G. Cox dean of arts

agement Division, Game and May, Tam Mlsslnne, David Richardson Last Chance To said "The law require and science will be course co
Fresh Water Fish Commission. II Jack Sparkman, Elbert us to register each machine. Its ordinator. The Florida Institute
For the next three years one Tucker Walter Townsend, Neal at DBJC I necessary that every machinebe for Continuing University Studies .
Register
of these studies is a high priority ] Atkinson, Martin Tucker, and reported to aid In the board' will cooperate.Registration .

program to discover a method Jack Weatherlngton. I For CreditThis program of checking the equipment of credit lH'klnlItudent.
to economically move deer Following are the memberswho Evening In response to request and noncredit viewer

from overstocked herds to hunting are working out with the the last night to register from medical and dental sod. may be made by writing TV
areas where they can be enjoyed Varsity team but who will playon for evening college credit eties" RegUtrar care P. O. Box 1111,

by Florida's 71,000 deer the Team: David Richard. courses at DBJC without payinga The board mailed over 10,000 Daytona Beach, Florida. A study
hunters. This is a four-in-one son, Henry Bowers, Darrcll late penalty charge. registration blanks to physicians, guide Ja 1 available.

, program designed to ellmlate Britt, Bobby Robinson, Jimmy College division dean E. W. Industrie and Institutions in Florida History to 18CO will
crop damage, prevent deer starvation McNab, Sam Smith and Jimmy Whetstone said fall semester February.Dr. be offered on radio station

provide more sport and Akins. evening classes begin Monday I William said that since WNDB, WNDB-fm, Daytona
establish new deer herds. and those waiting until next supervision of the radio-Isotope Beach. Dr. Cox will chare lecture

Other research plans range week to register will be chargeda program In Florida hat been duties with Henry Watson,

from experiments with tranquilIzers CLAIMS $5 late fee If they are studyIng turned over to the board by the chairman of the college department .
on wild deer, turkey, and SMALL part time. A $10 late fee governor-who accepted this responsibility of social *tudle*.

doves, to tatoolng alligators; COURT SESSION will be go Into effect for full July 1 from the The radio broadcast will be
will include studies on Commission abed each Monday and Thursday .
and Judge Lcola Jones of the time evening students. Atomic Energy
quail, squirrel, and waterfowland Small Claims Court handed More than 45 fully accredited registration of X-ray machine evening at 8:30.: The class
their requirements for survival down one default judgment In course are being offered in i* the final phase to round out will grant three semester hours

and increase In Florida. the Wednesday morning session arts, science and technology, he the board's comprehensive pro of credit. A study guide and
Wallace said, "the knowledgewe in favor of the Bunnell added. gram in the field of radiation outline will be provided JUten-
of Florida's wildlife today ers for a 50 cent fH.COMMENCEMENT.
have Auto Supply Co., Inc vs. William Registrations are taken in Collins protection.
.is the result of a sound research Hannah. Hall from 6:30 to 9 P.M. X-rays are the largest single

program which has been Judge Jones said she continued source of manmade radiation
conducted In past years. However one case to the September 2 BW CLUB MEETS to which people In Florida are : FOR
there is a great deal more session of courtFLAGLER TONIGHT WITH exposed. There has been an Increase
that must be known." The Com MBS. BROWN In the number and varietie BAPTIST BIBLE

mission's research program hasbeen The Flagler Business and Pro. of X-ray and other radia SCHOOL FRIDAYMary
expanded not only to hold I feulonal Woman' Club will ton-produdng machine in recent I
the line on game resources but COUNTY meet tonight at the home of years in Industry and research. Susan Brannam. principal .
to provide a greater supply of SCHOOLS BEGINPREPLANNING I Mrs. Dale Brown Jr. Further increase are expected. ( of the Bible School of the I
wildlife for the increasing demand I The meeting i* called for first Baptist Church saId the
for outdoor recreation.The eight o'clock. In the past several year, the commencr;Bent exercises* will be I
Flagler County school teachers board ha made approximately Friday evening at 7:30 at the

their preplanning SH.I I The porpoises at Marlneland 2,300' X-ray protection survey at Church.
win. egan
first and most recent this morning. : will tolerate sharks In the same the request of various profe The Bible School ha run all
With the .Ions at 9 a. m. .
"Jeanle
nets of the attendance of
The session will continue oceaiurium tank. However, they tonal organization and Individual week sail has an
Light Brown Hair" auditions at I in Florida. Registration .sixty children.
through August 28 Supt. Dean will quickly kill a dangerouspedes *
the Stephen Foster Memorial Holland said today. such a* a tiger shark j i* expected to Improve greatly I. Bliss Brannam said parent
came from Qulncy-Jacqueline the of the by and friend are Invited to at.
Morris Dick. Opening day for Flagler County by I butting it in the body and efficiency program
in 1962 and Donna 8 I tend.
Continued To
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enson in 1964. Schools will be August ;


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PARE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 20, 1964

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II I Directions For ly until browned and completelydone I Notice REQUEST Is hereby FOil given BIDS that the
off
about 7 minutes. Push
II I Board of County Commissioners of
II skewers immediately Into melted Flagler County, Florida will receive -
I Kabob CookeryIn sealed bids at the omce of
butter or margarine; roll Into I the Clerk' of the Circuit Court until

I cinnamon-sugar mixture. Eat I for 9:00 the following A. M September: 7, 1964

kabob cooking each person right away. One tube of refrigerated One %-Ton Pickup Truck with t

I can construct and grill his own biscuits makes 30. cylinder neater standard cab and
i equipment standard transmission
'" I menu. Make kabobs by alter and 750 x 18 tires.
OT.E.S I I IJo'LAGI.I.n The Board reserve the right to
: ,, .: .. . I nating chunks of food on skew iv TUB ciitrriT COURT OF I, reject any and all bid*.

ers. COUNTY, FLORIDA Dated at BunneU Florida, this
IN rifANCKHY NO. 4910_ I 14th day of July 1964.

FOOTBALL WITH THE champs." Well this is mostly Home economists point out ALBERT LEE HOLLOWAY Plaintiff, I I OTIS HUNTER, Chairman

BULLDOGE 10 YEARS AGO I I on Just watching our boys in that the Armenians use lamb VI. I ATTEST Board: of E. County A. SMYTHE Commissioner Clerk
OLLOWAY,
O.
LOUISE
I a little practice session. and call them shlsk kabob Defendant August 20-27-2tc

Head Coach Willard Knightand The boys looked very good "shisk" meaning skewer and NOTICH' TO DKKKND I NOTICE OF HEARING OF TENTA.

Assistant Coaches Slgsbee and sharp running through some "kabob," to broil. The HawaIIans THE LOUISE STATE O. ITO AWAY TO: I. TIVE CONTROL BUDGET FOIL DISTRICT MO4QUITO

Prince and E. W. Schaefer, had plays. They all know their foot. call the mteriyakl; the Frenchen 157 Covlna Beach Avenue CaliforniaYou FUeal year ending September
Long 30th, IWfS
the ,following boys out for the ball and with future practicewill rochette. are hereby notified that a Pursuant to provisions of Florida

team: suit ha* been filed against you in Statutes Is hereby given
handle the ball blrcotetl
get to more
the above entitled cause; and you that i' will be held
D. Metts, L. Cody, D. Jaszcak, efectlvely. Use long green sticks or metal are hereby required to me your answer by the East Flagler Mosquito Con

T. L. Wadsworth skewers to cook kabobs on. with the Clerk of this Court trol District Board of Commissioners -
Hollingsworth, Watching their morning session and to serve a copy thereof upon on September 2. 1964. 7:00 P. M.

L. Friedman, L. Bratcher, B. the boys did a very good Metal skewers with a square or the whose plaintiff name and or plaintiff address Is attorney: .. at purpose office of on discussing Highway the AlA Tentative for the

Chambers, C. Trad, Tommy Bertha Job considering the hot weather. angular shaft, rather than a PHILIP H. ELLIOTT JR. proposed Budge for fiscal year endIng -

Billy White C. Cauley J. round one, hold food In place 656 N. Oleander Avenue September 30th. 1965.
But as I watched Coach Manuel Daytona Beach, Florida LYMAN L GAGE, Secrtary
;
McCauley, D. Vinson, D. Burn. smile, I know things look good. best. Wooden handles stay cool not 1964,later than September 14, A. D. August LYMAN 20-27-2tc

Remember, boys, keep Coach and make skewers safer and If you fall to do so. decree pro L. GAGE. SecretaryIN
sed.The
Bulldogs had an 8.1.1 season and easier to handle. confesso will be entered against THE COUNTY JUDGH'S COURT.
Manuel smiling, maybe you you for the relief demanded In the IN AM FOR FLAGLER COUN

and beat Hastings 18 to 7'1 won't have to run that extra lap. Use meat and vegetables bill aid of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of TY STATE OF FLORIDA. IN

Larry Cody, Lonnie Bratcher I which take the same time to WITNESS my hand and seal of IN PROBATK.CASK RE: Estate of NO.

and David Burnsed each made cook. This may mean that potatoes said. Court this 6th day of August, NONDAS R. GOLDINO.
). 1964.
Finds Chemical A. I deceased.

all-conference. I{ onions and green pep (OfficialClerk of E.said A. Circuit SMYTHE.Court NOTICE OK ENTRY OF ORDER

Some of the records the boys pers should be partlcally cooked Aug. 13.20.27 & Sept. S-4tc OK ADMINISTRATION

set shows: David Burnsed had Grass MowerMany ahead of time, or place meaton NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe All persons UNNECESSARY having claims or demands

an offense record of 1219 yards one skewer and each vege It known that I, Tom Adams.Secretary DAS R.against GOLDING.the the estate above-named of NON-
motorists driving along
had 13.3 table skewer. of State of the State of> decedent, are hereby notified
gained; Larry Cody a on a separate do give notice thata thatan
Florida highways during the Florida, hereby Order of Administration Unnecessary
Lonnie Brat. All meat cubes and all GENERAL ELECTION will be -
average per carry; vegetable been entered by the
summer notice the shaggy look held In Flagler County, Florida, on sT.
cher led the team In tackles; cubes should be the same I Tuesday next succeeding the first Honorable K. McKnlght, County
Judge; that the total cash
of value
cover grass growing along
DeWayne Metts In pass Inter. size. Before broiling, season Monday In November. A. D. thirdday 1964. of said estate I* $400.00: that the
the roadsides, parks, an:3 air. the said Tuesday being the name and address of him to whom
ceptlon; Don Ray Vinson In punt with salt and pepper. Brush of November, to fill the following said estate has been assigned by
Especially unsightly are
ports. offices
return (22.3)); D. Jaszczak and with marinade, barbecue sauceor United State: Senator such order 1* as follows:
the seedheads which form on DAVID R. V. GOLDING
John Holllngsworth were the melted butter and lemon Juiceas Representative in Congress for 2316 Birdvlew Drive
bahiagrass which has to be the Eighth Congressional DistrictThree
Mallbu, CaliforniaS
number one blockers. they broil to keep moist and (8) Justices of the Supreme / W. L Wadsworth
mowed constantly to maintaina Groups 1, 2 and 3.
Cheer leaders for this team promote browning. One ( frtiu of the District P. O. Box 896
Bunnell Florida
neat .
were CapJ. Bernadine Stanish, appearance.This Chunks of meat will cook Court of Appeals for the First Ap- Attorney for
time-consuming task of pellate District. ll
Co-Capt. Patsy Mosby, Mary Mil. more evenly and faster If they One (1) Circuit Judge. Seventh First Publication David V. Golding
:
mowing soon be obsolete in Aug. 8, 1964
may Judicial Circuit.
ler, Shirley Tidwell. are not crowded on the skewer. GovernorSecretary Aug. e'U-20-27-tte
the light of recent research find. .
Do you remember? Turn kabobs to brown on all of State IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF
ings by the Florida Agricultural sides. ComptrollerCommissioner of Agriculture FLAGLKR COUNTY FLORIDA

Experiment Stations. Dr. O. IN CHANCERY NO. 4005
BO MANUEL SMILES AGAIN To serve, point skewer down TreasurerAttorney General CHARLES NEBUS
Charles Ruelke assistant .
Well the good old football agronomist and slip food, a few pieces at Superintendent of Public Instruc vs. Plaintiff

season opened up this Monday says that a grow retard. a time, onto plate with fork. tion.Florida Public Utilities Commissioner LILLIAN NEBUS
ing material can be used to limit Defendant.
with the boys starting off with Cook seafoods and precooked State Attorney of the Seventh NOTICE TO DKKKND
the height of the and THE STATE OF
running, Bo Manuel, high school grass meats 8 to 10 minutes; beef or Judicial Circuit. LILLIAN NEBUS FLORIDA. TO:
number of seed heads. Public Defender Seventh JudicialCircuit.
coach, was all smiles as the sea. lamb cubes, 15 to 20 minutes. Route 206
The material which is South Somervllle, New Jersey
spray.ed Senatorial
State Senator, Thirty-first
son began in his trade. Here are some kabob combinations District. You are hereby notified that a
directly on the is ma suit has been
grass, filed
Coach Manuel and assistant leic hydrazide.The : beef steak, mushrooms, of One Representative(1) Member of the House the above entitled cause against; and you you in

coach Jack Hardin and the play. sliced, onion; ham, pineapple County Judge are hereby required to file your answer
growth-stunting ability with the Clerk of this* Court,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ers have a big season to look orange sections; meatball wrap. Sheriff and to serve a copy thereof upon
of malefic discovered
hydrazide was the
forward to. Being the 1963 St. 'accidentally when experiment ped In bacon, green pepper, Tax Tax Assessor Collector whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address* attorney la; ,

Johns River Champs, all teams onions; ground sausage apple County Superintendent of Public RAY Selden SELDEN
station scientists were Building
will be gunning for our boys. wedge; raw shrimp, scallops, bacon Instruction. Daytona Beach Florida
using the material on pasture Supervisor of RegistrationThree not later than August 31, A. D.
As In football circles the old and
square, green pepper (3) Members of the Board 1964.
saying is "let's knock off the grass In a research study. They onion; salves liver or chicken of County Commissioners District If' you fall to do so, decree pro
I noted that Pensacola hablacrassIn 1, Two 5. confesso will be entered against
livers, small bacon squares, (2) Member of the Board you for the relief demanded in the
the pasture grew fewer seed of Public Instruction Districts 2 bill of complaint. The nature of
mushrooms, tomato wedges. and 4.One. .aid suit being for divorce.
heads in the spring if it was
PETERSON TEXACO (1) Justice of the Peace.
Make dessert kabobs by cut. WITNESS my hand and seal of
treated with maleic hydrazidein District 1. of said Court this 28th day of July
SERVICE
ting refrigerated biscuits (froma One (1) Constable District 1. A. D.
the previous fall. Judge Small Claims Court ial'"l
I ( ) SMYTHE
ROAD SERVICE tube) into thirds and OfficialClerk said
rolling Three (S) Members of the East of Circuit Court
The agronomists then treated '
each piece into ball Fierier Mosquito Control District.In By Julia R. Harvey
a Stringon
Light Mechanical Work
experimental plots of bahiagrass Testimony Whereof I have Deputy Clerk
Phone skewers leaving about half hereunto set my hand and the
4373441 BunneU July 30 & Rug. 613-20-4tc
with different amounts of maleic Great Seal of the State of Florida i _
: hydrazide under identical con. an inch between balls. "Bake" at Tallahassee the Capital IN TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY

over hot coals, turning constant. this 6e thirty-first day ofJufy. JIIIHK. KLAGLRII. COUNTY,
ditlons. While untreated bahla A. FLORIDA. I*. I'llOUATK
(Seal) TOM ADAMS. In re: Estate of
leaves 10 inches '
MILLER grass grew high TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING Secretary of State Paul Cooler Deceased
and about nine seedheads per Notice hereby given: that the August e-n-ZO.27-tte To All Creditors and Persons
1964 Tax Roll for Flagler County Having Claims or Demands
ELECTRONICS square foot the grass plot la now open for Public Inspection iv TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF Said Estate: Against
at the office of I>, D. Moody, Tax
KLAlil.KR COUNTY FLORIDA You and each of
which treated with you are hereby
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. was eight Assessor, during regular office IX CHA.VCKRY NO. 40OO notified and required to presentany

pounds of the material held the I hour Notice I alto Ellen Schwelghardt: claims and demands which
given that the
REPAIRS ON TV'S leaf growth sto six inches and I' Hoard of County Commissioners of v*. Plaintiff, against you or the either estate of you of Paul, may Cooler have,
Flagler
County will meet with the
WASHERSDRYERS practically no seedheads.Can County Tax Assessor at the County Peter James Schwelghardt Jr. deceased the County late of said County to
IefendantNOTICE Judge of Flagler Coun
this be adapted I Commissioners' room In the Court ty. Florida, hi
technique house, liunnell. Florida at the hour TO DRFRNDTIIE. at office In the
for commercial use? Ruelke says I of 10 A. M. on Monday, September STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: nell.court house of said County at Bun
Florida within
six
7. A. D. 19(4, for the of Peter James Schwelghardt. Jr., calendar
Call Collect 672.0377 that the outlook for "trimming"cover hearing complaint and purpose receiving whose residence and post office months from the time of the first
publication of
testimony a* to the value of adress are unknownYou this notice. Two
chemicals without
any
by copies of
grass each claim
property real are hereby notified that a or demand
or personal a* fixed
ALL WORK GUARANTEED frequent mowing in the near by the County Assessor of Taxe. suit has been filed against you In shall be In writing and shall state
the
I and for the purpose of perfecting, the above entitled cause; and you place of residence and post of
future Is good. reviewing and equalising the as- are hereby required ktoorlhrao' answer lice address of the claimant and
easmentsthe VAlue nf whls-H .h.I1 I with the Court. mall be sworn to by the claimant
have been fixed by-the County' -'Assessor and to serve a copy thereof upon agent, attorney and accompanied
of Taxes or changed by I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, by a filing fee of one dollar and
whose name and address I*: such claim or demand not so filed
him.DATED RAY SELDEN shall t>e void.
at
BunneU. Florida, this
17th day ' August* A Dt 1564. Selden Building /exeutrofth Icst
(SEAl.) Dayton Beach Florida Will
KOAim OP COUNTY COMMISmONKUS not later than August 31, A, D. and Testament of Paul Cooler
OF FLAGLER 1964. deceaud.
COUNTY, FLORIDA If you fall to do so. decree pro First publication.| July 30, 1964.
\I\ w tfW 4c' 4oWc dOC i ... fly: Otis 8. Hunter Chairman confesso will be entered against July 30 & Aug. I.U.2ttcI (
ATTEST: E. A SMYTHE you for the relief demanded In the
Clerk bill of The TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
complaint. nature of .'I. m.lt
August JO-17-JtCQJljf said suit being for divorce COUNTY. FLORIDA
IV
WITNESS my hand and seal of RONALD C-IIAVCKRV". NO. 4017
said Court this 28th day of July I ItADMAN.
: A. 1'UIntlff,

tflaglrr (TrtbunrDCNNKLL. ( nRial'tCi.l) E. A. SMYTHE JOAN B. BADMAN
Clerk of said Circuit Court
lull By Julia Defendant
FLORIDA IlDfoJlretJtrk NOTICE TO DKKKVU
July 30 A Aug. 6-13-20--4te TIIEJSl' Tfi. OF FLORIDA. TO:
ILADIIAN

IX TUB COUNTY JI'DGR*. COURT. I whose residence and post office
MRS. M.R FULLER. Editorn..1..at. FLAULKR COlXTlTATE OKFLOHIDA. add"a are unknown
You are htrSbr.n fl Estate of Paul Cooler deceased. suit has been filed against you In

e4 OflMal ........tI.. The State of Florida To All Persons are the hereby above entitled required cause to : and you )

L f.. Prnklle Xetleee .( FlatterOaaty Interested In the Estate of '*.r with the Clerk of this our Court.an-
said Decedent
: and* to
M..Mp.IUIe. I tkerel You are hereby notified that a the plaintiff serve or* copy thereof upon I
0 attorney
written instrument llalntltf'a
purporting to whose
tl ... name an II
the Slate ., FI.Nda be the Last Will and Testamentof RAY 8HLDBN :
dP saM decedent has been admittedto iVIden Building
probato In said I Court i
Entered aa ,,cond class mutterFebruary You are hereby commanded with not Iaterythan September aA. .
in six calendar month from the 194/. 14. D.
8, 1911. at the postofflce date of the first publication of this If you fall to do ,
uhI at BunntU. Florida under act of notice to appear la aM Court and ow fe.so will bft entered so. decree pro
against
b'tittq 4tNG .p'tMlt iof t9I show cause If any you can why you for the relief demanded In the \
th* actions of aU Court
March .
I. lit* In ad- bill of eomPialnt The nature of r
mtttlB; MM WIN to probate should said wit being for

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Six month __$L3 T Cwunty. fl rtda. Olila Mla6Real) R A. 8MYTHE
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out with a giant-size blossom. I II
q i tBy doIuJa.I.I If you find yourself in this predicament .
I then give the plants QUANTITY
( Htmr Sharpe) WEGIVE
something
Zinnias, zeppellns and some I, twine attached to green stakes j RESERVED
folks I and strung two thirds the height '
running for public office TOP ***
often do better with hot air. of the plants will help the flow. ;I PRICES GOOD
'I Bring plants to stand up and II
Since some folks predict along wave their blossoms skyward. VALUE Market Thursday and Friday
Super Saturday,
hot summer, you still have Space the twine so as to form !
20 21
Aug. 22
,
time to vote, fly a zeppelin and 6-inch squares. If you have onlya *** ,

plant zinnias.If few slndly plants, perhaps it STAMPS 103 S. Railroad St.
will be easier to stake each Telephone 7-3201
you decide on zinnias these
plant and omit the maze of
giant long-lasting flowers are
sure to add brilliant color to string. U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

your garden during the hot days Inspect the zinnia bed each I
ahead. afternoon. If there is the slight. Lb

est sign of dropping leaves, Chuck Roast 39CENTER
If you are hunting for the odd I
flood the soil, wetting it well
and the unusual, plant the varieties
II below the last root of the
that present contrastingcolors
plants. Don't sprinkle the leavesof
the
such as PeppermintStick
the plant, because you are
and the Ortho Polka. The
inviting trouble from mildew.
Dark Jewel will produce a flow.er .
with twisted and spiky petals. If this disease shows up apply
i either a sulfur dust or a neutral Lb
Dahlia Flowered. California 1' copper spray. Pork Chops 69
Giant and Giant 'I
zinnias'Super with are eye. For more blossoms, pinch out
catching mam-
the bud of each zinnia plant
mouth size blossoms. I Just before you think the plant
Zinnias are easy to grow. The
main essentials hot weather !is about to set a single flower U. S. CHOICE U. S. CHOICE
are
: bud. This
delay flowering
and sunshine. So, select a sun. I a few days may, but it will cause CHUCK STEAK. 490 ROUND STEAK Lb. 790
ny spot for the flower bed. Next, I the plant to send up two or
loosen the soil with a spade to
flowers and add
I more a massive
a depth of 12 inches or more. bank of blossoms rather U. S. CHOICE U. S. CHOICE ALL-MEAT

During the process be sure to I than a single color head. Lb.
remove invading tree roots from Finally, for the fanciest cut SIRLOIN STEAK 990 STEW 690
the bed site. These intruderswill
flowers you have ever seen, try
give you grief later by rob. i covering some of your plants U. S. CHOICE WORLD'S BEST
bing the flowers of plant food
with cheesecloth before the first
and water, plus stunting growth. flowers are ready to open. The I FAMILY STEAK ,590 GROUND BEEF 390
After clearing away the bed. I filtered light and protectionfrom I Ib ,It>>

site debris, sprinkle the area insects make flowers of
I. U. S. CHOICE SMOKED
with a generous amount of commercial super giant size, clear color and
fertilizer .Mix the plant superb quality.LOOKOUT. Lb. Lb.
food into the soil and rake the' RIB STEAK 790 HOCKS 390
bed smooth before seeding.

Plant the, seed no more than FOR
1/8 Inch deep and don't firm the MAXWELL HOUSE
FOOD POISONINGBetter
soil too much. In fact, you can GIANT SIZE HERSHEY
pack the earth with the light refrigeration, cleallness (All Grinds)

spray from the garden hose. in food handling, and applying
In warm soil zinnia seeds the heat when cooking will help
I TIDE SUGAR
germinate within a few days I reduce the percentage of food COFFEE
and produce an easily indentl- i poisoning that often goes with
flable seedling that most likely casual summer living, says Miss
outgrows the weeds. However, II Pauline Brimhall, health education t lJ. 5ge
for fastest flower growth be sure I specialist, Florida Agricultural Size:: 4ge 5I3 g3ge

to pull out the weeds promptlyas I Extension Service. Or Your Choice
they are a hog for water and I Food poisoning is caused by
plant food. eating or drinking harmful bac Limit (1) with purchase Limit ((1) with purchase 8 0:.
When Zinnia seedlings send teria, or by foods where bacteriahas $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order
forth their first true leaves, thin grown and produced poison INSTANT
them to stand 8 to 10 Inches ous substance. The three precautions DART 12 OZ.CANNED.
apart for the small flowered varieties above will help prevent For $00 z.
and a full 18 inches for both conditions. DRINKS 14 6 8ge

the giants. Delayed thinning Keep foods covered. Keep
Limit 14 Please
\ will result In stunted growth utensils and kitchen equipmentclean. Limit 1 of your choice
, and few flowers. Wash hands before
your LIPTON'S (Filter Flo) with $5.00 or more
; To overcome the horrors of handling food. Protect foods
48 Ct.
wasting the plants that are from insects that might have an TEA BAGS Plcr. 5ge food order

thinned, try planting the seeds opportunity to contalmlnate
Limit 1 Please
about twice too thick on half food, particularly on picnics and
, of the seedbed and transplantthe when camping. CAMPBELL'S ,
thinned plants to flll the en. Refrigerate or eat all foods as I

tire bed. This is good garden soon as they are cooked. Unless TOMATO SOUP Can 100 FRG-JOY
psychology. Often the transplants the refrigerator is overloaded,
thrive better and produce you can safely put hot foodsin Limit 5 Please ICE MILK
flowers quicker than the undisturbed It. If it Is already loaded,
seedlings. pre-cool foods first SHOWBOAT 300 CAN HALF GALLON

If you can't bring yourself to If you are in any doubt about Can
PORK & BEANS 490
thinning, then it is likely the whether food is safe, throw it 100
plants will grow spindlytalland out. It's chapear than food
will fall over when decked poisoning.Hi RICELAND WINTER GARDEN

LONG GRAIN RICE '?!?, 390 10 OZ.

Neighbor-Let's Get Acquainted! STRAWBERRIES

This ad and $6.00 rents a boat p *fe Package

and motor all day-or this ad
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and $1.50 rents boat all day. 4geBANANAS

This week end only. GOLDEN RIPE

FISH CAMP Extra Fancy Lb. 100: BIG 18 Oz.

MI BING'S FRESH TENDER ANGELFOOD


(The Old Skirker) POLE BEANS Lb. 190

CAKETOMATOES
Boats-Motors-Bait-Tackle VINE RIPE EACH

FoodDrinksIceLAUNCHINGPICNIC If) 230 3ge

Y..hr..J"J"h-rh--J"h.yiO-'h; :;.;:. : :,=-:< AREA-CAMPING AREA rJ"J"hf'.f'"y..1

TRAILER PARK 50 FREE 50 I v'1lIWPs

Clean Rest Rooms Hot and Cold Shower TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP

3VsMiIe South Marineland, AlA With Purchase 01 With purchase of With Purchase of

Phone Flagler Beach 439.2001 1 Complete Broom or ((1) Twin Package EYer. $5.00 or More Food
Mop Fresh Potato Chips Y Order

Fisherman's Paradise" Coupon Void After 8 Coupon Void After K Coupon Void After
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,jriaaler FL E FOOD STORE-,

MEA1'S"rPRICES

ATTENDS FEA SCHOOLIN METHODISTS PLAN
CLEARWATERMrs. 1 YOUTH FELLOWSHIP '
ORGANIZATION I
Daisy Moody returned !
Friday from Clearwater where The Flagler Beach Methodist
she attended the annual Schoolof Church will hold a meeting : GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Instruction of Florida Educa August 23rd at the Church from THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
tion Association. Mrs. Moody Is I 6:30 to 7:30 Sunday evening for I August 20, 21, 22, 1964 RESERVED
president of the Flagler County the purpose of organizing the
Classroom Teachers Association.The Methodist Youth Fellowship.
school provides an oppor All youths In the age group I For Real TREAT Serve Food Store MEAT
a Flagler
tunity for newly elected leadersof 12 to 21 are Invited to attend
FEA to sit with those experienced this meeting.
In the association to Sponsors for the organizationare
discuss their own professional Mr. and Mrs. BernIe Wilson. MEATS PRODUCEFLORIDA
association, Its alms, purposes, Cosponsors are Mr. and Mrs.
functions and objectives. The Lee Bourne. GRADE "A" D & D EXTRA FANCY, TASTYNectarinesa

school Is held annually In Clear- Tentative plans for the group *

water. will school be opening.a skating party before FRYERS Lb. 29 ; 23Limit


Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stryker,
METHODIST CHURCH 3 Please FANCY LARGE HEADLettuce
Jr., attended the wedding ol
Gall White and George Maycocklast Church school time !Is at 9:45A. For
.M. and morning worship is <
Saturday at the First Bap- WESTERN CORN FED 2 33
fist Church In Daytona Beach. at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold
Hoover, minister. CENTER RIB
Mr. Stryker was best man for
Promotion Day will be ob
Mr. Maycock who was a former FANCY VINE RIPENED
roommate of his at the Univers served on September 6th during ". <
ity of Florida. The Strykers also church school time. Sunday, Pork Chops 69 Lb. *
attended a buffet dinner for the September 13, an adult church Tomatoes 23
couple the evening before the school class will start and Rev.E. .
Lester Stanton will be the
wedding.
teacher. This class. will. meet TENDER SLICED BABY BEEF LARGE SWEET WESTERN
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each Sunday morning at 9:45at :
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fagerstenand the home of Rev. and Mrs. Lb. Cantaloupes 3For *
children, Larry, Vickie and Reynold Hoover. Everyone interested LIVER 49C; 69
TonI, returned to their home In please get In touch with ,.
Scottsburg, Ind. Sunday after Rev. Stanton.
spending a few days with his The senior choir practices each FROZEN FOODS
brother In law and sister, Mr. Wednesday at 6:30: p. m. and the PALM RIVER
and", Mrs. Bob Whitney and chapel choir will practice Thurs 10 OZ. SINGLETON BREADED
family. day mornings at 10 during August SLICEDBACON 'kg.

Lb. < SHRIMP 49
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al 49
COMMUNITY CHURCH
I Jones, Jones Beach, for a week's
8 OZ. WINTER
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. GARDENPies2f"35
Mr. and Mrs. Lester
were
stay with classes for all ages. MornIng BEEF
Davis of Albany, Ga., and Mr. /
worship Is at 11 o'clock with
and Mrs. Tommy Spurlin and CHICKEN y
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. U. S. CHOICE GRADE
children of Sylvester, Ga. TURKEY
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page FULL CUT ROUND
Limit 6 Please
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Faunt mmm ti
and children, Larry, Timmie and O. T. ALFORD STEAK Lb. DAIRY
Elizabeth, from Lorraine, Ohio, Registered 89
were recent visitors of Mr. and SHURFINE CANNED
Real Estate Broker
Mrs. Judson Stryker, Sr. Mr.
Faunt Is a brother of Mrs. BunnelL Florida 'TENDER JUICY BISCUITS 4ForLimit Zge
Stryker. 4 Please
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BUNNELL THEATREPhone I FRANKS. 49 CHEESE Limit 2 Please Ctn. 25c


437.3681 I .....
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FRIDAY & SATURDAY

L 10,000 BicepS meet SUGAR

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Box Save lOc Each
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Limit 1 Please
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Limit
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g BREAD 5 Large 20 Oz. $100 CRUSHED
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Your purchase of One S Your purchase of One -I we k's add we are giving
?* Broom or 'i Picnic Jug Any ;J: I? FREE ? & H Green
Mop Kind Stamps this week with
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Saturday,
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1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLOKIDA
Thursday, August 20 PAGE FIVE
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Gonzalez-Cook Wedding Plans Announced I NECK BONES 7 Ibs.Ibs.. $1 .


,._, GROCERY RIB TIPS 6 $1J

PIG TAILS 5lbs.i

r1k- Z', I j HOG MAWS SIb,. s I

OXTAILS '
4 ,lb.. 1

: ____ ... fOR THRIFTY SHOPPER TURKEY NECKS 4 ,lb. $1

U. S. D. A. CHOICE STANDING PIG FEET 6 lb. *Ii .


:_ ,. I i 1ft I B R 0 A S T lb. 69CHOICE .


JUICY


t 'CUBE STEAK \ . lb. 79<

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Wilson's "Certified" FRESH ((4-7 Ib. Avg.) :>'


1 a ep p k Baking HENS : t; lb. 39*



\
Western (FIRST CUT) Armour Star SMOKED Smoked

p= t. PORK CHOPS SLAB BACON HAM HOCKS


L 3 Ibs. $100 (Sliced F lb. 4ge 3 Ib. $100

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>1 a Armour Star ((6.816. Avg.) SLICED FREE


Smoked PICNICS lb. 29

Miss Nilda Gonzalez
Wilson' CORNED 15 /. oz. Can

Miss the Nilda bride Gonzalez of Mr.will James become MISS DONNA MILLERMR. BEEF HASH 3 For $100 HERSHEY'S

Perkins Cook In a candlelight BOBBY LANE
ceremony at the Corpus Christ MARRIED FRIDAYMiss Wilson' IS/ oz. Can3For SUGAR
r Catholic Church of Miami at 11 Donna Augusta Miller $
o'clock Saturday morning, August daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dell BEEF STEW I 5 ib 29C
22. Monsignor Fitzpatrick Miller of Bunnell, became the Bag
will officiate In the double ring bride of Mr. Bobby Lane, son of Big Top 12 oz. Jar
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Lane of Espanola .
PEANUT BUTTER
Miss Gonzalez has chosen as in a simple double ring 310
her maid of honor, Miss Juanita ceremony Friday evening. The
of Miami. The bridal Rev. Southern "Tender Mix" oz Loaf
Bogdanow ceremony was performed by FJS DAIRY SPECIAL
attendants will be Mrs. William Gerald Combs In the couple's -
W. Deen Jr., and Miss Gloria trailer home at Espanola with BREAD Z' 4fe
Johnston both of Bunnell. Miss members of their families present Sunny LandOLEO (Limit! 2 Please)
JoAnn Ruth will keep the bride's 1 Ib.
book. The bride chose for her wed. MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind.) SolidsJoe JOe
Mr. Cook will have as his best ding a white lace dress fashion.
man Henry Vazquez of Miami. ed over white satin. The short COFFEE Grain's Fresh Florida Grade "A"
Ushers will be William Deen, Jr., jacket made of the same material LARGE Doz.
Thomas Bertha, cousins of the was trimmed with seed EGG S Z 89C
groom, and David Johnston Cook, pearls. She wore a single strandof 1 & 58C
brother of the groom, all of pearls, a gift of the groom.
Bunnell and Conrad Moras. Following the ceremony a reception Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODSF -
Following the ceremony a reception was held. Mr. Lane Is
will be at the McAllister employed with the Bunnell Construction .
Hotel in Miami.All Company Mrs. Lane Is
relatives and friends of employed with the Bunnell FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK c" 49C
the couple are Invited to the Cleaners.
ceremony and reception. New Crop SWEETPOTATOES
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Cobb had lb.
Robert Cook has arrived home as their guest several days last Z Zge J GINGHAM
for a short visit with his parents week his aunt, Mrs. Curtis Mc GIRL
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook. lie Allister of Dothan, Alabama. Tender KENTUCKY WONDER
is a student at the Universityof FLOURft
Florida and has spent the Miss Sara Rodgers left Sundayto BEANS 1b. 19C
summer vacation in Cape Cod return to Pusan Korea, to re 5 DI 29C
where he was employed.Mrs. sume her duties: as a teacher. Juicy i Red
She spent a short time here visiting
John Hornsby and children with her parents, Mr. and GRAPES 'lb. 19C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of Martin, Va., are visit. Mrs. A. C. Rodgers after a tour
Ing here with her parents, Mr. of Europe this summer.
and Mrs. L. L. Harris. They will
remain here for the Whitley. Mrs. Nazhla Trad returned to 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
Harris Wedding on August 30. her home here after a visit in
The bride to be and Mrs. Horns Miami with her son In law and GIFT BOND STAMPS > GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
by are sisters. I.daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack With purchase of With purchase of With purchase 01
and Warren
i Milholland sons (1) Frozen Pepperidge ((1)) Qt. Kraft Fresh $5.00 or More Food
She
David.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gignac'and was accompanied
Farm PARFAIT CAKE ORANGE JUICE Order
'
and children of Clearwater will home by Mrs. Milholland
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void Alter
spend next week here the guests and sons who will spend a few
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob (I I'days here. Sunday, Aug. 23, 1964 Sunday, Aug. 23, 1964 Sunday, Au,. 23, 1964
Cook. I (Continued on page 7)
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JENNIE BLACK

ANNOUNCES THE REOPENING OF

BLACK'S FLOWER SHOPAbout

The Middle of September ,
Specializing In ::

CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS _ _ ;
.
Phone 437-3227
& HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS OPEN SUNDAYS '
CHURCH
US. No. 1 BUNNELL 1
PERMANENT FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS 8:00 sum.-It00 p.im
i
Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good Aug. 20, 21, 22, 23, 1964 :

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SIX .THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday August 20, 1964
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-- Mrs. Kendall that I do not know if have with the "Sunrise *
says supplies you a name Surfers, We shall ever be grateful to
Foods for August of sweet potatoes, okra, health department and if you Flagler Beach, Florida." explain. these boys and hope that they
and new potatoes will Increase do, whether they would have ing that they were helping people will set an example for othersin
Reported PlentifulPlentiful this month.In enough authority to get some to clear the name of Flagler the state and country.
foods for August In. the market you'll see action to condemn these lots as Beach teenagers who had receive Sincerely,
vegetables, plums, plenty of melons, summer apples a health hazard. ed adverse criticism due to Illegal Edith Harrison.
dude turkey summer, beef, and vegetable fats peaches, plums, and table Your commissioners could get actions of a few othersIn llllSouth Atlantic Avenue
and oil, according to Mrs. Gladys grapes. Bananas are plentifuland on the ball and get somethingdone I the county. New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
.
of excellent
quality. -
about
and cleaning
Kendall, home Industries up your
Florida Aggriculaurai Prices and supplies of vegetable nice little city if they would
specialist :
marketing
Extension Service. fats and oils are favor push this Issue hard enough In NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE

The best bargains In beef will able, so Use them often for deepS the correct channels.Yes The fire insurance policies we write still gift the scone
be ground beef and the less fat frying and salad dressings. Sirree! A fine little city dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional -
! popular and longer cooking cuts. Take advantage of the good that has been allowed to grow coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
If there Is more fat than usualon buys in fresh, frozen, and canned : wild until it looks like little little extra COlt.Remember. .
some, of the not so popularcuts fish to prepare easy, convenient Africa and if allowed to continue .
find that removing meals for summer in a short ,to grow wild will soon H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
I may
you
the fat yourself may be time. have to change its name to take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
; more economical than buying it "Jungle By The Sea." I or stop In soon for full details.
Sidney Weksler.
trimmed. H. T. COOK AGENCY
Try turkey for outdoor grill TO THE Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building: Bunnell Flo.
ing. Delicious. Allow a longer LETTERS Dear Sirs:
cooking time for turkey than EDITORComments On August the 7th my hus
you would for chicken. Shortenthe band, mother and niece were
pieces driving to Gainesville to attenda
time by using turkey
by a visitor to FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
or quarters. You'll find that It pre wedding dinner. Between
I isn't any more difficult to grill Flagler Beach: Ormond and Bunnell we dis
, than chicken and Is a treat fora You have here a fine locationand covered we had a flat and pulledoff AMBULANCE
I change. a nice beach. a good fishing U.S. 1. My husband being PHONE VAlley 4 1625
, Broiler and pork prices remain pier and nice ocean front and inept at changing! a tire proceeded SERVICE
nearly the same as last month. facilities. Your drinking waterIs to do so with misgivings. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
vegetablesfound as good or better than anyI Suddenly a Corvette, with three
I Plentiful summer Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
locally at attractive prices have tasted in Florida. young boys, drove up smilingly. are always at your service with promptness safety and
I Include carrots, celery, cucumbers But what happened to the vacant First I thought they too had experience.
lettuce, peppers, squash, lots that have overgrownto had car trouble but found they
I tomatoes, corn, and green beans. ruin the looks of your nice wanted to help. We couldn't be. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
t little city What a pity that lieve anyone on this busy high.
I you have no laws that couldbe way would bother to stop. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Jta Lr3eaclz enforced to make the ownersof In a very short time the tire
! these lots clean them up, as was changed and we offered E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Directorvuwwv
I Continued From Page 4 they must surely be a breeding them $3, but they refused to LADY ASSISTANT
for reptiles of all kinds. take it. They gave us their card .. .. ... . .. .. .. ... ... '' .. .... . .
1 1I >lAPTIST CHURCH place ..... . .. .. .. ......" ". """"'.''''.''... ..... ....*.

f Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M.1
and morning worship Is at 11
I clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens,
pastor. Training Union is at 6:45P. :
.M. and evening worship 7:45.
CALL '
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompsonhave
had as their guests recent.
1 ly Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Mills and
\ Mr. and Mrs. J.%R. Patterson and

daughter, Jane, of Ft. Mills, S. C. BUNNELL MOTOR CO.
who spent two weeks here.
Their guests during the past
weekend Included Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Hunter and daughter,
Patricia and son Ray, also of
Ft. Mills. 437-3301 -

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FOR SALE-Sofa bed. $10; desk, as.', : "." fIJ' ,. .;-,'.".,. .' .,
with lamp, $10; Conlon Mangle, '
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I original price $300, will take :
I $73. Dlxlana Motel, Phone 437- : Fuel Oil
3685. 8.20.1tp ,. \ ,
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FOR RENT-Furnished apart. 1 *

I ment.. Call 4373367. 8-20tf //7" '
; , Lubrication Needs
:: COXES UPHOLSTERING. East
Highway 11 across from St. 1
Stephens Catholic Church, in \'. I .
yellow house. Will pick up and ;
deliver. Phone 4373673. 'r.'

Au. 13.3tp ,, COMMERCIAL -:- HOUSEHOLD

DUMP TRUCK for hire. Handsaws .
sharpened. Call ID 7.3563
or ID 7-3C69.; 6-18-tf

WANTED IRONING to do at my
home, reasonable. Pick up & de.
livery. Phone ID 73669.


10.2.a-u SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain : : ':' Low Fast

fields installed; snail shell. Rea. Quality < ,
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Thursday, August 20, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO {I Mrs. O. D. Robertson has returned Weekend gu. &ta of Mr. and
MEET MONDAYThe 11 I to her home after receiv Mrs. Curtis Rodgers were Mr.
(ing medical attention at the and Mrs. Thomas Gresham and
Royal Neighbors will
ESONASContinued meet Monday evening at the local hospital.Rev. son Larry of Tampa. They also
home of Mrs. Pauline Magee at I attended the Gresham-Meadows

Flagler Beach. The time will and Mrs. Howard Porter wedding Friday evenIng.MIss .

be 7:30 P.M. I and Paul, are in Lake Junalus
ka, N. C. Rev. Porter is attending Vera McCraney. Tommy
ing an Evangelism workshop Bartis, Jackie and Sharon Greyof
Mrs. A. A. Morse and son which is being held for Meth Hampton, Va., are visiting
( from page 5) NEAL ATKINSON Arthur left
recently to Join her I
here
with
odlst ministers. Mrs. Clara McCraneyand
HONORED ON husband who is stationed with I
BERTHA :MEADOWS. family.
BIRTHDAY the U. S. Armed Forces in Tieran. ,

J. F. GRESHAMARE Neal Atkinson was honored Their son, Eric, will remain here Joe and John Kuenzi of Fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.; Rodgers;

WEDOf I at a cook out Saturday after. with his grandfather, George bury 111., flew In Friday after. have returned from Jacksonvil1e-
noon at the Hubert Pellice Kielb until August 28 when he noon for a short visit here. They where they visited with their
interest to their friends I home, St. Johns. Park. The occasion .will enter the University of Flor. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. son and daughter in law Mr.
here is the announcement of the Ida.
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B. Fuller while here. They
were and
was in celebration of his Mrs. Herbert Rodgers for
marriage of Mrs. Bertha Mead sixteenth birthday anniversary. enroute to Miami to attend the two weeks.
ows of Palatka to Mr. J. F.. Gres International Flying Farmers I
Invited guests included mem
Enjoying picnics at the Tomo
ham of Bunnell 14,
on August Convention held there this week.
bers of his
family and a few ka State Park Sunday included
1964. Joe is a former resident of I
Flag.
close friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook, and family Community
The couple were married in a ler County and they both spend
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Reynoldsof
candlelight ceremony Friday short vacations here each win. Memorial Church

evening at the Methodist Churchof I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelley and lam Ormond Reynolds, Mr.of and Chicago Mrs.,Will and ter. I....................
Flagler Beach. Rev. Reynold I I daughter, Carolyn, left during
Mr. and Mrs. William AIR
CONDITIONED
Hoover, pastor of the Church of. I ItIelated. I the past weekend for a visit Naughton Recent guests of Mrs. Daisy
and son Bill. Others plcnlclng Daytona Av..
with his in
parents Chattanooga, I Walker and Miss Lucille Walker
The bride was given In mar I Tenn. They'' will be accompan I there: were Mr. ami Mrs. Tony were Mrs. Walker's niece, Mrs. FLAGLER BEACH

riage by her son, Bobby Mead led by their sons, Mike and Zane I II I Moody Kahlert Jr.and. Mr. and Mrs. George Bessie Grace of Albany. She was Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
ows. Serving as matron of honor who have attended camp there accompanied by her son in law Church Service 11:00: A.M.
Mrs. Owen of Palat I and also visited with their
was Peggy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. W. DICKKRT! I'..trHVKHYOMH
ka. Best man was Claude Pelli grandparents. Mrs. Hubert Smedtey, Sally J, Dozies and four children, also WKL.COMK
I Smedley and Clay Smedley of Albany.
cer.Out of town guests includedthe spent last week here with Mrs. --- --------- -- -- -
brides sons, Bobby and Skip- I Henry Zeller returned to his Smedley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.O. .
I home this week after
per and Mrs. Owen, of Palatka; receiving D. Robertson.
medical treatment at the local
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Greshamand
Brenda of Gainesville, Mr. hospital several days. Nancy Brannam began her
and Mrs. Thomas, Gresham and pre planning session as a member H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Larry of Tampa, and Mr. and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John of the faculty of the Read.] JOHN CAPO. AssociateAIR
Mrs. Gary Gresham of Palatka. Rice, Artesla Park, Sunday were Patillo School in New Smyrna
Mr. and Mrs. Morris. McEvoy of Beach. LADY OXYGEN
Shrine Club GuestsOf Jacksonville.Mrs. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

Mr. and Mrs. Rice Mrs. Robert Smedley and ATTENDANT: AMBULANCES
Jeanette Jones and son, daughter, Gwen, of Laurel, Md., '
ThursdayMr. Michael of Ormond, was the arrived Tuesday to spend a week Phone ID 7-3532
and Mrs. John C. Rice overnight guests of Mrs. W. W. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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were hosts to members of the Deen Wednesday. O. D. Robertson.
Flagler County Shrine Club and
invited guests Thursday evening' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dashoff
for a fish fry at their home in have returned home after a va

Artesla Park.Shriners cation spent visiting in Chicago,
: r
present were: Mr. and ,Detroit and Miami. t defrosti' ,. .
Mrs. T. E. Holden, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Wells, Mrs. Helen Sullivan John Cook plans to leave no ever :
Stan Novak, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday for a visit in Miami ;
Dean Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Levi with Rev. W. L. Spicer and fam-
Brannam, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. F. Ily. I ;
W. Tingley, Mr. and Mrs.
Raphael Sturman Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, Jr. and
Mrs. George Wickline and Mrs. son, Gary Watson, Joined Mr. '
Henry Wilson. Also Mr. and and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel at Mill 'U
Mrs. Jack Garda of St. Augus Dam Park for three days of .Ini !
tine. camping last week. The Me \
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Invited guests included Rev. Daniels returned home Mondayand
and Mrs. Thomas Pinner, Mr. returned Tuesday for sev I....
and Mrs. Walter Creal, Bunnell; eral days more of camping.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Strock and ,4r
daughters, Ivey and Cathy, Holly I Mrs. Andrew Zalewski has re- {
,Hill; and Bill Bedell of New turned home from a visit of two
Smyrna Beach.ATTENDS weeks with relatives in Detroit, ,,I 0\
.
Indianapolis, and Erwin Tenn. r r
,
I art : itr'' ',r, ,
REUNIONMrs. While in Indianapolis, she accompanied 'y 1--I :.
L. L. Brannam and son, her son and his family . ,
Levi, Jr., attended the William on a tour of several point
Rountree reunion held in of Interest.
swains-I I
boro, Ga. Sunday.
nam is a great grand daughter. Weekend guests of Mr. and .

About 200 descendants attendedthe I I Mrs. Bo Manuel was his mother, with a modern I NO-FROST I electricREFRIGERATORFREEZER

reunion.-- Mrs.berry.L. .G. L. Manuel, Sr., of New.

RETURNS FROM
DUTY IN JAPAN L. Brannam and son, James ,
Donald Bullock is enjoying a Alan, are spending this week in r You'll enjoy a "supermarket" In your kitchen a
leave here with his parents, Mr. Maggie Valley, N. C. They will with this popular double-door -In-l appliance.r
and Mrs. Harry Bullock. lie has bring the vacation trailer back A modern refrigerator to safekcep frwh food for .
Just recently returned from a with them. everyday me. I'Jus a true zero-cold food freezer r
tour of duty with the U. S. Ma- ,.. with adequate storage space for today'demand
tines In Japan. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Petlicer and .. (and Ice cube galore.) r
. I
children, Donald and Teresa, I Plenty of room to stock up on meat "fpeclalt" f
Mrs. Haskel Dorsey and daughter visited last week in Cyrpress and freezer "bargain"

Elizabeth, of Gainesville, II Gardens, Tampa and Vero Beach -- Differ IntUt, smaller ouitldt, today'* no-frost I
Ga., are house guests of he/ par several days. While in Tampa electric IkfHgeratorFrcezer hold so much more '
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whit. ,they visited with Mr. and Mrs. ---- 1 -yet take up leM space. f

aker. They are also visiting .Claude Tanner and enjoyed Bent of all you never have to defrost again,
with Mrs. Dorse/ sisters, Mrs. sightseeing here. At Vero Beach I D because frost can't form In either section.
Ray Mercer and Mrs. Leonard they were the guests of Mr. and See the no-frott electric IteCrlfcrator-Frcezcrs
Moody. )Irs. Pat Mazza and family. and separate Freezer In A variety of colon At

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BtTh NELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 20, 1964
EE.EIGHT ---- -- --- -- -
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Malawi Facing j Bahama Research step by the small band of pioneers

Uncertain FutureA Underwater Marks surely.It has. been taken safely and

has been the dream of In Call On Us
black, green, and red flag New MilestoneThe ventor Edwin A. Link and his
of nearly
the hopes
symbolizes the National
sponsors GeographIc -
Africans In newly remarkable feat by divers
million
four
Society and the Smithsonian
Malawi. who spent more than two daysat
.
Independent Institution-to open for mankind
feet marks
ocean depth of 430
Formerly the British protectorate another milestone in the longS the door to a world of adventure .

t" of Nyasaland, along the range program of a group of and exploration that !
eastern border of Northern Rho could match the exploits of Co. When-
t. .determined men.
desia, Malawi recently achieved The goal is the eventual exploitatlon lumbus or Magellan in the past,
The hurdles of travelers of the fu.
i complete sovereignty. of the untapped mineral or space

i, In the path toward better fuel, and food resourcesof ture.
social and economic conditionsfor the world's continental Challenge of the Deep ..

the Indlana-size country are shelves. The road to this goal "We have not awakened to
formidable, but a $125-mllllon,
the of the
exciting challenge Need
of. You
development plan
flve-year wet world," Mr. Link believes
fers encouragement land, It is economically poor. His own response has been a
African Switzerland Natural resources are limited; carefully planned and executed
Malawi has often been called I the potential seems to lie in
that culminated in the
program
the "Switzerland of Africa." The agriculture. Most small farms
dive by Robert Stenuit, a Bel-
nation Is a combination of scant livelihood.New .
provide only a
glan, and Jon Lindbergh, son of
mountains, woods and lakes, the
Agriculture i the famed flier, from 11:15 a. m.,
National Geographic Society Europeans developed coffee, i Eastern Daylight Time, June 30 GOODPrinting
says. Dense forests and broad cotton, peanut, tea, tobacco, and to 4:20 p. m., Eastern Daylight
plains stand side by side, and soybean plantations. The new
Time, July 2, 1964.
the high mountains seem to government is introducing better The two men lived during

climb, as one visitor said, "out farming methods to increase that period in a rubber dwelling

of nowhere. production to the point where that was inflated by helium and
The tropical nation in east ;exports are possible. But these I oxygen under pressure, and
central Africa Is dominated by I plans are complicated by rough I submerged at 430 feet in the
the Great Rift Valley, a deep 1 terrain and Malawi's landlocked Islands' Northwest
ham
B a a
.
troughllke depression that traverses J position which makes transportation Providence Channel.
the country. Malawi I difficult. The 273-mlle
Their dive proved, among other
stretches Its narrow length for I railroad serves only part of the things, the ability of man
more than 500 miles north and I II country, and auto roads are fora
to withstand great pressures
I south along the western and
narrow. .
prolonged time and to perform
1\\ southern shores of Lake Nyasa, Leaders in Malawi have recognized useful work under those
of Africa's "great of education
! southernmost the importance 'conditions. It proved, ,also the
lakes." in developing their country.
efectlveness of the equipment
Only about 8,000 of the total A vigorous plan for universal designed by Mr. Link: the rubberized I OFFICE FORMS
is The education is being car.
population European. primary
dwelling, the portable
new Malawi Government is encouraging ried out to reduce the high illiteracy compression decompression

foreign investment in rate. A teacher training chamber that .took the divers ENVELOPESINVOICES
hopes of stimulating the nation. college, a new trade school, anda
down and returned them to the
al economy. university are planned. The .
surface, the larger decompres
Little was known about the United 'States has pledged $1 .
the
slop chamber aboard expedition
Nyasaland region until Dr. David million to help build a polytech- vessel M.V. Sea Diver
Livingstone made his first nical college.
I and the safeness of the very
visit in 1859. His reports of
thin air the divers breathed LETTER HEADS
slave trading brought many missionaries HEALTH BOARD TO mixture of 97 percent helium I
from London. Nyasa.
GET REPORTS ONXRAY and three percent oxygen. '
land became a British protecto MACHINES Ahead lie deeper dives for BUSINESS OARPSSTATEMENTS
in 1891.
rate
longer periods, more efficient
( (Continued from page 1)
While meet Africans tend to
equipment, improved techniques,
adopt many aspects of Western determining where the machinesare workon
and, in the end, productive
life, the Ngonl and Yao tribesof I and what they are used for. the continental shelves, a
Malawi still reckon descent i Dr. Williams said that as soon
vast area almost the size of
through the mother. When a' as processing is completed for Africa. BILL HEADS

couple marries, the man is ex. the registration blanks now in The next immediate step is a
pected to live with the wjfe's hand, operators who have not dive to 600 feet which the divers
family until permission is glven reported will be notified that i hope to undertake in November, RULED FORMS
him to take his bride away. "I non-regstry is illegal and will : 1964. But a glimpse of the fu.
can't tell you. I'm only a hus be requested to register without in .
be
ture beyond may seen experiments I
band," said one young man further delay. conducted with white TICKETS and TAGS

when asked a household ques. mice, which have withstood
lion by a stranger. The green sea turtles at Ma. pressures equivalent to 4,000
Although Malawi is a scenic rlneland eat raw cabbage.

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................................................................... ,From Flying to Diving
s Mr. Link's interest and participation .

I Bob's Sunoco j ties goes back in underwater more than actlvi a doz

en years. As a young man he
learned to fly in the mid.1920'
$: NORTH HIGHWAY 1 :J:* and became aware of the need

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: him to design the
8::: 5 Gallons Gas Given With Each ::i iJ I first This Link led flight trainer, late: We Don't Do The Most

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!;i Lube and Oil Change :::; forces and complicated developed electron into today's !*-

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change from the demands oj"

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