The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 4, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Commissioners i School Budget Yankees Win I Red Cross Blood I Assessment Roll

Agree On SurveyOf I Hearing Is Set County Taking SponsoredBy I For 1966 Jumps To

WaterSewageThe For 8 TonightThe scored The four Flagler runs Beach in the I Lions ClubThe $44,718,660 TotalThe
Board of County Commissioners Board of Public Instruction ning on three hits and Red Cross Blood Bank 1966 property assessmentroll
agreed (but not unanimously will meet tonight at 8 o' rors committed by the Mobil Unit from the Flagler- totals $44,718.660, up from
) Monday to cooperatewith clock to discuss with citizens the I team. I Volusia Chapter of the Red $10,561,240 before the revaluation -
Russell & Axon, consulting< school budget for the fiscal year The All Stars; loaded I Cross will be in Bunnell on August program was completed re
engineers of Doytona Beach In 196667. in the first and second 18 for a blood drawing. The cently.
a countywide survey of water re The cost of education is rising and scored only one Unit will be at the MasonicTemple The new assessment roll was
sources and sewage needs. Thisto over the whole country and Hutchinson pitching from 4 to 7 o'clock p. m. submitted to the Board of County -
be done at no cost to the Flagler County is no exception.The Yankees struck out 12 The blood taking Is sponsoredby Commissioners Monday by
county. figures of the new budgetwas i final score was 73. the Bunnell Lions Club. Club Don Moore. The board has set
John H. Klinck, representingthe published in tabulated form I The win extended members will give blood to replace Tuesday, August 9, at 9 o'clockin
engineering firm, told the last week. However unless one winning streak to 12 that used by a club memo the morning for the begin.
board that the cost would be is familiar with the various sections Jacky Collins had a ber. They are also asking the ning of an equalization hearingon
paid by the Farm and Home of the budget It is almost Hutchinson had two public to cooperate in buildingup the new assessments.
Administration at a rate of fifty impossible to comprehend. All Star hitters were the blood supply for Flagler Although the re-assessments
cents per capita. The plans Several taxpayers are rather Bratcher with two County. are up better than four times
could be used by Bunnell and distrubed at what they believeto Solomon with a long George Miles Moody, chairman that of last year, it does not
Flagler Beach at any time the be an unwarranted boost in Charlie Pellicer with of the drawing, said any I mean that taxes will automat
towns want to build sewage sys the proposed budget, as compared les. one wishing to give blood to be ically be four times more. A
tems. with that of the fiscal All Stars AB placed to the credit of anyone rollback in millage in proportion

Commissioner Wickline voted year ended June 30. Several J. Whitaker ............ 3 may also give at this time. The less 10 percent, is required.If .
against the proposal saying he have told The Tribune that they'. T Bratcher ....... ........ 2 public is asked to cooperate in the mlllage is to be raised
was against acceptance of fed. expect to attend the hearing to. D. Zimmerle ............ 2 this worthy project. Frances Ed- above that, an emergency would
eral funds of any kind because : night to seek clarification of I I Ran. Herring .......... 3 monson is the area coordinator have to be declared and provedto
"they will then tell you what to I the proposed receipts and ex- Ron Herring ............ 3 for the project. the state comptroller.The .
do." Commissioner C. H. Cowart penditures.In B. Cauley............... 2 revaluation will cause
voted no also, saying that the I former years a few attend. G. Crews .................. 1 some homeowners to pay some
plans would become obsolete by ed the budget hearing. This yearit C. Pellicer ................ 3 tax where heretofore the home
being put away In a drawer.Mr. is different since property in J. Bratcher .............. 1 Girls Softball was totally exempt because it
Klinck said a comprehen. the county has been revalued D. Solomon ............ 2 was valued at $5,000 or less.
sive and workable plan is nee- from a total of $10,561,240 to C. Sheffield .............. 1 Teams To Play However, it should be remembered
nessary for any area of 5,500 or $44,718,660. that loss of taxes paid by
less in the county to receive pub. 23 Off Tie TonightThe Lehigh Portland Cement Co. (ap

lic works grants from the FHA. Three Day Surfing girls Softball teams, the proximately $50,000)) will haveto
He also said the plan completed Yankees AI
Black, and the Blue be made up if the county is
could be updated at any time in C. Wilder ............ 3 Knights to have the same services as
tied for first in
the future for such systems. | Begins Friday a. m. B. Dunson ................ 2 Angels, place this .
the will off the tie year.Bear
S. Wendlant .......... 0 league, play
In other action-the board'heard S'I At Beach at 7 o'clock at the Bun.
I Flagler T.. T.>._..,.,....t* ................ ft- tonight .
Michel Murray and Walter nell Soft!:: Roll Court Vfro... Mar
i The Second Annual Southeast. J. Collins .................. 1 ; tKlrh.t;; : Hunts Include
to status of ti said
Green a
inquire as terry Surfing Conteatr sponsored Bass _,._..,?.............: .1 today.
master of the"Bunnell'aIr. There be
two to
plan annually by Flagler Post No 115 R. Abraham ............ 3 J i are tropheyc Tomoka Wildlife
port. Commissioner Louis Stef-1 I presented to the teams,. one for
B. Hutchinson ........ 3 :I
of the American Legion will get
lik who has done considerablework U first and for second
underway Friday morning at T. Wilder ................ 3 J i place one
the said the i place. Management Area
on project ] 6:30.: at Flagler Beach. R. Crouch ................ 2
board is the action of This will be the final of
the engineers wating on and the CIvil'I Several heats for the various A. Tilton .................. 1 8)I season for the Florida's managed bear hunts
Aeronautics Administration, but surfing events will be held on L. Sheller ................ 1 have been expanded to include

hopes to have the plan withina I I I Friday and Saturday and on four hunts of three days each on.
reasonable time. I Sunday morning the finals In 20 the Tomoka Wildlife Management
|, Vote Here Area located In Volusia
Sinse there is a good deal of each event will be takeplace. Light
On Sunday afternoon begin. Innings 123456 and Flagler Counties.
airport land not needed for aircraft -
functions, it Is the hope of ning at three p. m., a program All Stars ....0 10020 Tuesday For Hunters who wish to participate
a number of people to Induce will be held by the Post to Yankees .....0021x in the supervised bear
Umpires: J. Lane and hunts in the Tomoka area must
small industries to locate on the award the trophies to the win. District JudgeOnly
llns. have their applications in the
airport property. The need for ners. About 25 trophies will be
such industries is obvious since given to the winners.On 175 voters of Flagler Ocala office of the Game and
bothered to exercise Fresh Water Fish Commission,
Friday evening (tomorrow
the cement plant shut down and
privilege of voting Tuesday 2520 E. Sliver Springs Blvd.,
the county loses a big chunk of night) a.motion picture entitled FIRST GAME OF
the District Judge contest. prior to 11:00: a. m., September 1.
taxes, and in addition to the I "Out of Control" will be shown Jacky Collins pitched
Sacks received 102( votes and Hunt dates for the Tomoka
payroll that meant so much to at the Bunnell Theatre. The picture hitter in the opening
th is in color and shows some the Flagler County 73 votes. The election bear hunts are September 26.28,
economy. exciting scenes pertaining to League Series. Jackie to eject a district Judge to September 29-October 1, October
The board agreed to appointment surfing taken on the Pacific 12 All Star batters. the unexpired term of the 3.5, and, October 68. Each hunt
of Dr. J. Culpepper Brooksas coast. An admission fee will raham and Jacky Judge Wallace Sturgis. At will be limited to not more than
county health officer who will be made for the picture, mem hits each and the time Spector was ahead in 17 hunters and each group must
serve Putnam county also. bers of the committee stated. played tight ball and ; contest district wide. obtain a $50.00 party permit in

Agreed also to appointment ofa On Saturday night the surfers tenth straight game. addition to individual hunting
supervising nurse for this and will be treated to a dance free Dan Zimmerle pitched licenses.
other counties. She was highly of charge at the Flagler Beach game but loose fielding New Regulations Application for permits may
recommended byMrs.. Louise' Civic Center. An RC cola party is clutches lost the game be made by letter and must
Taylor, county health nurse. also scheduled at the dance Sat All Stars. Overseas Mail state the applicants name, address
I urday night. All Stars AB and choice of hunt dates.

T. Whitaker ..._....... 1 Postmaster Ray Mercer has an The application must be accompanied -

of SmallMunicipalities Senior Citizens Mason ...................... 2 new air mall rules for by a check to cover cost
League I C. Sheffield .............. 2 APO's and FPO's mall. of the permit. A drawing'for
Meet Next Week R. Herring .............. 2 Effective immediately, the hunts will be held at the Ocala
I Dfl. Solomon .......... 2 has authorized air office at 11:00: a. m., on Septem
Because its clubroom in the D. Zimmerle ...........: 2 between all stop- ber 1, to determine hunt partiesand
Here 18
August I Municipal Building, Flagler G. Crews .................... 2 In Atlanta Region and dates.In .
City Commissioners made Beach, was being used as a polling B. Cauley............... 2 San Francisco and Seattle addition to the managedbear .
plans at their Monday evening place Aug. 2, the scheduled C. Pellicer ................ 1 for all personal first hunts in the Tomoka Wildlife
meeting for the League of Small meeting of the Flagler Senior mail addressed to and I Management Area, twenty-
16 members of the armed eight bear hunts of three days
Municipalities meeting here on Citizens Club had to be postponed
and each are scheduled for the Os-
Yankees AB at overseas APO's
August 18. This will be a dinner until the following week. I
meeting with the League business Chairman Lynn Clary announced C. Wilder ................ 2 '. In the Pacific Area. Theersonal eola and Apalachlcola National
meeting following. I today that the Club'would B. Dunson .............. 2 mail referred to in Forest .beginning September 19.
They also gave Mammle Cu- meet Tuesday evening, August 'T. Prevatt ................ 3 all first class mail except Information on the hunts in the
sack permission to erect a tent 9. J. Collins .................. 2 Government penalty National Forests may be obtained
on her lots in Carver Subdivision The usual potluck supper will B. Hutchinson.......... 2 through the Commission offices
to be used as a church until be at 6 o'clock. Afterwards there J. Sheeler ................ 1 Regular Air Mail dispatches located at Panama City
such time as they may securea will be informal entertainmentand R. Abraham ............ 3 be used for this mail from and Lake City.California's .

building. The group will be card games. J. Wilder .................. 3 points in the Atlanta Region.
known as the Community Houseof R. Crouch ................ 2 This mail should be made up new dam in Feather
Prayer. The only North American S. Wendlant ............ 2 Air Mail Labels, or com- River canyon will impound
addressed enough water to supply every
Routine business and discus. I I reindeer In Florida are at the with Air Mall
22 I the same destinations and household In the state for year,
sion of projects now under way International Deer Ranch at Geographic .
Air dispatch. the National says.P.
Continued appropriate
were reviewed. Florida's Silver Springs. ( on Page



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FOR DAD there's up-to-the-minute local ncwsadvertisements to help her shop better for less I
views and on-the-spot reports of sporting events-
business and financial stories-hints on home re- FOR YOUNGSTERS there's a wealth of information -
pairs, etc.! on current events-school news-cartoons !

FOR MOM there are reports of local social activi'Vhere else can you find so much entertainment,and
ties-club news-ideas on food, homemaking and education, for such a small price-to please every
child care-and, of course, there are dozens of member of the family !







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August THREE
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r stroyed famous historical land I
marks and beauty spots and
Too Late I still the situation shows no improvement Quantity RightsReserved


To Classify I I1ST wider It is freeways apparent Is that not more the and an I ***

Russell Ear swer. Every mile of freeway we PRICES GOOD
I build into our cities calls for Th .' Fri., Sat.,

Some of the nation's larger more and more down town park- VALUE SUPER MARKET and MondayAugust

cities are fast approaching a Ing space. In some areas 40 per 4, 5, 6,
curb- cent or more of the usable land
literal bumper-to-bumper, STAMPS and 8
to-curb automobile saturation In areas is already devoted to parking 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 4373201WITH
of dollars Consider the fact that we,
spite of the millions
are producing cars one and a
they have spent In the construction I
half times faster than we are
of freeways and super high
producing babies and you beginto I
ways. get the picture. AMP OVER
At tne same time they have, Ask motorists who drive back I DOUBLE 5T DAYS $5.00
removed millions of dollars of ORDER
and forth' to work In our larger I
valuable property from their. cities that provide the utmost In I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
tax rolls, in many instances de- free ways and they will tell you I AUG. 5th AND 6th

of the difficulties that confront

them, crawling along, bumper- I
WANT ADS to-bumper, being stalled and unable
to move for hours when a' Florida Grade "A"FRYERS
wreck blocks the highways.
Listings under this heading are During the transit strike in (Thole
3 cents a word lb.
75 cents is the minimum charge; New York last January Manhattan In 3V
was choked with an almost Bag)

SPINET PIANO used but like stagnant mass of cars from riverto Limit (2) Please
new, can be seen in this vicin river. Yet the traffic volume
ity. Cash or terms to response was only one third above that
u. S.
ible party. For information of a normal business day.
without expense or obligationwrite Boston has experienced traffic
Credit Manager, 5107 Florida blocks that practically stoppedall I ROUND STEAK lb. 89
Avenue, Tampa, Florida. movement for hours, hun
August 4-Itc dreds of cars found that they
could not get off the highwayas
3-Piece bedroom suite with traffic was jammed solid and u. S. Choice)
large round mirror $40. Jerry's It took police hours to untanglethe
Furniture and Appliance, Old mass and get traffic moving lb.
Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of again. CHUCK ROAST 490Lean

Korona. Phone 4373752. 8-4-ltc Our cities are now approach.

AUTO FOR SALE 1954 Plymouth ing a transportation crisis, they
4 door Savoy, reasonable, 1339N. are bang smack in the middleof Western
Ave. Beach, one of the more highways we
Central Flagler
Fla., P. O. Box 312. 8-4-2tp build Into our cities the more PORK STEAKS lb.
serious the traffic and parking 59
FOR SALE 43 ft. house trauer.\\ problems become.
Outer buildings, lot Writing in the August issue of
ing room, large bedroom, work I the Reader's Digest James Nath.
shop, best of water. Will sell an Miller tells how our lopsidedand I u. S. Choice Florida Grade "A" (Family Pkg.)
cheap If taken soon. Phone ineffective system of federal I .
Chuck lb.
4392196. R. Kellogg. 8.4.3tp aid primarily to urban responsible transportation for the deplorable is. STEAK 5ge upCut. FRYERS 5 l.g $189

FOR SALE 3 rooms and bath
situation and pointsout
apartment, all electric, available Lean Meaty U. S. Choice
the need for a new and sane
August 15. Phone 4392463., 1312 approach to the problem.He Cube lb. Shoulder lb.
South AlA. Also 100x100 lot for STEAK 8ge ROAST Sge
sees the answer in govern
sale. 8-4-ltp
ment subsidized rapid transportation .
WANTED waitress for evening systems that will carry World's Beat Lean (All-Meat)
shift, 2 to 10. Windmill Res. commuters to the heart of our Ground Ibs. 1b.
taurant North Highway 1. cities more rapidly and safely BEEF 2 9ge STEW 6ge
8.4.2tp and with a greater degree of
comfort than does the family
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet II top.
auto trans V8 eng. batt, tires, car.The late President Kennedysaw Foller's or Chase and Sanborn Kraft
brakes, etc like new, extra clean, what was coming and he All-Purpose
for long, high perform. 56500. urged Congress to study the COFFEE
See Thurs or Fri 1-5 P.M. across problem and Instead of continuing OIL
White Eagle Bar, Korona, C. J. to appropriate more money
Snowadski. 8-4-ltp for roads, to help find other lb.
Big 32
LOSE WEIGHT safely with means of mass transportation, Tin 43 Bottle oz. 43rJ.
Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at by rail, water or other means.
Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp Railroads are now experimentIng Limit (1)) of your choice with $5.00 Limit (1) with $5.00 or more
with new types of commuter food order
or more food order
SINGER sewing machines. New, service with Jet propelled trains I
used, repairs. Call Bob French, that can travel from 100 to 225
253.4541 Daytona collect. miles an hour. In cities where
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain water routes are available new Food King Shur6ne TaU CANNED .
fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail type passenger craft that skims
shell. Reasonable prices. Call over the surface of 60 to 70 milesan
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8.1tiJOHNSTON'S hour is being tested. MILK
Florida communities might
well look toward new and better (Qta)
types of transportation for their 1 10
FLACLEH BEACH REALTY CO. urban problem instead of pour Lb. 8 Cans $100 1 1Limit

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ing more millions into highwaysthat
(2) with $5.00 or more
ACREAGE are becoming obsolete and food order Limit ((8)) Please
Bee tu for your real estate: needs
Office Phone HE 9.2242

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Graciousness Is misunderstood Fresh Produce Hi-C 46 oz.
or ID 7-3517
I by brutes as weakness. FRUIT

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Large Fancy

PHONE VAlley 4 1625 CANTALOUPES For $100 MAYONNAISE Qt. SgeSunki.t


Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
are always at your service with promptness safety and DOZ'
LEMONS 3ge Ea.
experience. BROOMS 9ge

Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator>> and Inhalator
Frozen Foods
Zephyl (12 oz mugs)
Garcia Funeral Home Meat) 8 PEANUT

P. E. GARCIA LADY, Licensed ASSISTANT Funeral Director I p T'i> Os For 9ge BUTTER Each 45eThursday

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! I in air layeringis I a long slanting cut upward about .
large plant can usually be de. ,] The first step
I one-fourth to
veloped In a relatively short!; to remove leaves and twigs way
U'laaler Raeh time with less trouble under on the selected limb approximately I through the twig. The slice
should be kept by .
this layering system than other I three to four inches above Inserting
methods of propagation. I and below the point where a small wood chip to pre.
4 is vent the cambium layers
I the cut is to be made-this from
t TWO GAME PARTIES Layering is simple and easy i'|I usually from 12 to 15 inches uniting and the cut from heal-
Ii BREECE STRYKER AGAIN THIS WEEK and is Ideal for homeowners t lor' more below the tip of the ing over, the two said.

WEDDING PLANS There will be two games parties and nurserymen in rooting I limb. : Continued on page i,;
FOR SUNDAY at the Flagler Woman's plants that are hard to propagate -- --.----..-..--
I Club this week according to by either cuttings, gratingor "Branches from pencil size up] r i' :-
I Irene L. Stryker will become I Ways and Means Chairman, seeds, says Dr. Tom Sheehan, I'I to about three-quarter inch in I HASTINGS MATTRESS 11
the bride of C. Earl Breece at I Mrs. V. W. Haines, and Dr. Jasper N. Joiner, both I I diameter are best for air layer- I I!& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
three o'clock in the afternoonon On Thursday (tonight) evening associate ornamental horticulturists Ing," asid Joiner. "Quite often j Lemon I
I' Sunday, August 7th at the beginning at 7:30: there will be with the Florida Agricultural i lit is possible to pick wood i I i 710.12 St.
First Baptist Church, Flagler I the usual weekly party for the Experiment Stations. which would normally be| Palatka, Florida
I Phone EA 5-9166
Beach. young people. Prizes for the Propagation by layering can I pruned in shaping the plant.
Mrs. Stryker, widow of the month of August will be Items be done any time of year, the There are two ways of injuring Repaired Furnitu'X: &Upholstering Refinished
I late Judson P. Stryker, Sr., is for school use. Last week's win. specialists said, but the practiceis the branch to induce root Mattresses & Box Springs
well known to four hundred ner was Miss Suellen Seale. best performed during the ing. Remove a half to one inch Made 10 Order Also Renovated
newspaper customers in East On Friday evening beginningat spring or summer months. ring of bark from the branch. Call Laura Morris 437.3233
Bunnell and Flagler Beach servo 7:30: will be an Adult Games "Spring and summer layersare Make one cut through the bark j I After 6:00 P. M.
ed by her for the past three party. There will be the usual usually rooted and ready for completely encircling the twig(, PRICES REASONABLE.
; years. Mr. Breece served as Secretary choice of games with prizes, re transplanting by fall or winter," and another one-half to one I I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. I
I of the Dairy Industries freshments and door prizes for Sheehan said. inch above It. Remove the bark Just as near as your

I Supply Association, New York the summer donation price ask. Air layering is one of the most between the two cuts, exposingthe I Drop Phone Us or A Card Post Office or Call

: City, and for thirteen years prior ed. No tickets are being sold. popular forms of propagation, wood. Free Pick-up & Delivery
to is retirement in 1960 he was I Door prize winners at the last according to the two scientists. i I The other method is to make
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civilian Chief of Managementand party were Mrs. May Hendren
Special Assistant to the and Mrs. Louise Taylor.
Commanding Officer, U. S. Signal The Woman's Club address Is
Support Agency, Fort Mon. 1524 S. Central Ave., Flagler SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
With his Beach.
mouth, New Jersey.
wife, Mildred M. Breece, since
deceased, Mr. Breece moved to Peggy and Patty Reynolds will -ATLand -
Beach six return home during the weekend
Flagler years ago.
from two weeks at Girls Scout
The wedding ceremony will Camp Tlcochee. 'n Sea FashionsJUNIOR
be performed by Rev. Max Hall.
Jr., will give
Judson P. Stryker Mrs. Olga Wheller and Mrs.
his mother in marriage and her Greffln of Lancaster, Pa., spent AND
daughter, Judy Newberry, will the past week here with Mr. and MISSES DRESSES Sizes 3.15 and 8.20
serve as bridesmaid. J. Percy Mrs. Walter Meshey. They also
Back To School To Date Types, Voiles and prints. Big Selection. A Lines, Slim
T Gill will act as best man. flew to Nassau for a four day
After a brief honeymoon in vacation. Mrs. Wheeler Is a Lines, Pleated Skirts.
South Florida the Breeces will daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mesh.
live at Mr. Breece's present ey,
home at 108 Palm Circle Drive, J4 OFFSHELLSTOPSSHORTS

Sermon topic for Sunday morn COLBY

ing at the Flagler Beach Meth. BywJANE... $300
odist Church will be "The Questfor
Back to School NeedsCompton's Excellence". Bringing the Regular $4.00 and $4.50. Cotton Knits, Tee Tops, Scooped and V Neck. Short
will be Rev. Dallas L.
message Sleeve and Sleeveless. Assorted Colors. S. M. L.
Encyclopedia I Browning in the absence of the
pastor, Rev. Reynold Hoover.
MARVIN H. PARKERFor Assorted Long Sleeves, Value $12.95 Now
Church School will be at 9:45a. : PANTS TOPS $600
school m.JOHN
the home and

free demonstration Sleeveless Tops. Regular $4.50, .. ..........................
:: Telephone 506 E. Moody
437.3236 Bunnell, Fla. DIES JULY 6
JAMACIA SHORTS Sizes SS Assorted Colors, Plaids and

) IN CONNECTICUT Regular $4.00 and up...... $300

ti Alexander Beach John, former Giulietti resident of of Beverly Vernon BACK TO SCHOOL DRESSES FOR GIRLSAssorted

Connecticut, passed away
i Lumber Company July 6 at Vernon, According to Styles, Colors, Sizes 314. Now ..u..... $3 00 and
letter ,received this week from MV $400
.. FLAGLER BRANCH his wife.
Among the survivors is his GIRLS WALKING SHORTS Regular.1. $2.", Sizes M4
.. $200
Summer Time wife, Luta Giulietti. ..

BATHING SUITS Size 2'14JEr *4-95 $ 00

Special CARD OF THANKSI .. .................................. %
would like to thank our
friends who expressed sympathyby SHORTS AND TOPS BY TODDLEWINKSize
I Quantity Discount Paint sending flowers and cards at
the death of my husband, John 0.14 in Assorted Colors. Reduced '
SALESavings Giulietti. Your thoughtfulness Is
deeply appreciated.Mrs. REGULAR PRICE
Luta Giulietti % OFF
up to 207 on

Masonry-Wood Exterior-Interior Paint Some Bushes BOY'S KNIT SHIRTS Sizes, 6.18 .................................................. $198
Let us assist you with our BOY'S
remodeling or home Can Be IncreasedBy COTTON SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTSIn

improvement service. Air LayeringSince Assorted Patterns, Sizes 4-20. Value $2.98
$ 00BOY'S

TRADE TO SAVE WITH MONEY-JOHNNY many woody ornamental Now ............................................ %

I I plants do not breed true from WALKING SHORTS Regular $4500w Assorted Colors

I seed, it is necessary to reproduce .. and Sizes.i ............................ $200
I I them by vegetative methods BOY'S
3 GAL. FOR $5.00 I such as layering. DRESS SLACKS REDUCED

QUALITY PAINTCome I This means new plants are
formed while still attached to
In and It made
<(< see )
H. 1'. Yeom n_, Ormond Beach the "parent plant" and receive 4 OFF
Corner Hand Are. & IT. S. 1 nutrients and water until their
677.8020 677.8929 own roots have developed. A Regular Price

MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Regular $4.98. Sizes 2842. $
Waist Assorted 210
colors, Now
MEN'S Reduced
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Forson of
Bunnell announce the engagement MARY MAXWELL
of their daughter, Polly HONORED WITH

.. son Ann,of to Mr.Mr.and David Mrs. R.G. R.Hambley Hamb, BABY.SHOWERMrs. Mary Maxwell was honored I Ask G. C. For Special Meals Cut To Your Satisfaction

ley of 1000 Woodward St., De- i with a baby shower recently
land, Florida. I at the Yelvington home
Miss Forson is a graduate of in Colony Park.
I 303 Can
Bunnell High School and also I Hostesses were Diane Yelving
of Florida State University. She I ton and Susan Brannam. A cal TOMATOESNo. $100 DIXIE CRYSTAL
is teaching at the Osceola Elementary or scheme of pink and blue was
School in Ormond used in decorations and favors. 303.SUGAR
Beach. I I Winners in contests were Mrs. Our Value No.

Mr. Hambley is a graduate of I I Maxwell, Beverly Soay,and Celia APPLE SAUCE 3 For 390 lb.
Stevenson High School, Ala Joyce Emery. 5 290
I Bag
bama. lie received his BS degree I
I I Ritz CANNED (Limit 6) 12 oz. Can
from Auburn University. ALICE HOLLER CARTER Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
He is an accountant for General Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Carter of SOFT DRINKS Each 50
Electric in Daytona Beach. Warrenvllle, S. C., announce the
The wedding will be November arrival of a seven pound two
Aurora (Limit 4 Please) 1 Roll
24 at St. Stephens Catholic ounce daughter who was born
Church of Bunnell.Associational July 12, 1966. She has been given BATHROOM TISSUE Ea- IOe Joe Grain's Grade "A"
the name of Alice Holler. SMALL
Group Rev. Carter (Brother) is a
HARCOAL: 20 lb. Bag79e
resident of Bunnell and
Meets in BunnellMrs. former EGGS
John A. Clegg and Mrs. the son of Mrs. Doris Carter of BRIQUETS Ea.
O. F. Alford were hostesses ata of Cofffyville, S. C. and the late *9 Dozen
luncheon at the Clegg home:I Corydon Carter. He Is a nephew $100
Thursday. Guests included the II of Mrs. Helen Sullivan of Bun
St. Johns River Associational nell.
Woman's Missionary Union Ex I!

Mrs. Clegg has served the past I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook of Morton's 14 oz. Size
eight years as an associational Fort Wayne, Ind., are the parents
officer and Mrs. Alford, vice I of a son born July 31. He 1 Tbn 480 CREAM PIES 3 For $1
president, were presented with weighed eight pounds thirteen
farewell gifts by Mrs. Lynn ounces and has been given the Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Ward, newly elected president of name of Steven Douglas. The Frosty Acres 10 oz. Pkg.
the association.This new arrival is the grandson of For
was a farewell get Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook of FRESH PRODUCE CUT CORN Z 350
together of the association as Bunnell.
the Bunnell First Baptist WMU Golden RipeBANANAS
will be Joining with the Halifax Attends Gold Star I lb. AJAX
Baptist Association. Mothers LuncheonMrs.
Attending the luncheon were DETERGENTRegular
:Mrs. L. P. DeWolf of Crescent Nazhla Trad attended a Seedless
City; Mrs. Homer Sommers, Mrs. luncheon In St. Augustine Thurs lb.
M. A. Bogue, Mrs. B. A. Rodda, day given for Gold Star Mothers GRAPES 190 1ge
of the Volusla County Chapter.The Size
Mrs. George Ray, Mrs. Clyde
I luncheon hostess was Mrs. resh No. 1DKRA
Rozier, all of Palatka; Mrs. Mymon -
with food order
Limit 2 $5.00
of St. Augustine. lb or more
Hazel Brown
Miles, Interlachen; Mrs. 19C
Lynn Ward, Hastings; Mrs.I Attending were nine members of
Charles Anders, Karen Clegg Daytona Beach, Mrs. Trad from
and the hostesses of Bunnell.Joe I here, and three members from
St. Augustine.

White of Holly Hill, S. C., Mrs. Trad said the American.
visited here during the past I Gold Star Mothers, Inc., of Volusla
weekend with his mother, Mrs. County will meet in Oc
Evelyn White and his father, tober for their first meeting of ;
Fred White. He was accompanied I the fall. Anyone wishing to ttr
Trad for
contact Mrs.
Wadsworthwho join may
home by Cherry
will visit there with Pam I information.Mrs. ,Mil

White for a week.
I Don Moore and children,
Bill and Anita, have returned
in Donnie,
Mrs. Nazhla Trad visited Phone 4373227U.S.
their home here aftera
Jupiter the past weekend with OPEN SUNDAYS No. 1 BUNNELL
I' visit of a week in Waynesville -
her son in law and daughter, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
C. with relatives.
:Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milholland ,Continued N. To Page 8 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good August 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1966Thursday
and family.



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in dj./oI Ja I spring's flower buds. before a week-long rainy spell I ule of the next rainy spell, contact Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

i. With a grub-hoe begin a is added Insurance. For a sched your local weather bureau.BUDDY $150 A Year In AdvanceIN

trench around the base of the I
(By H.rvty Sharp)
plant at least 12 Inches from the
Transplanting azaleas In sum main limbs. Dig the trench JUDGE IN AND FOIl FLAGLKR

mer is like a tiff with the wife- deep enough to cut below all the KNOX rOUHTY.IV PROIIATK.: FLORIDA

,, both can have a pleasant end. runner roots, then with a shovel In Ue:CHRIS The Estate KILPI of<:R. Deceased.

: ing if you are careful. undermine th plant until it Is YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER NOTICH OF rilOIIATH

, supported by only a toadstool Bunnell Atlantic Service Station TO IN ALL THE PERSONS ESTATE OF INTERESTED SAID DECEDENT .

Since the temperature of column of earth. Slide the excavated :
You are hereby notified that a
plants Is more predictable, here plant onto a trash cart for written instrument purporting to

are a few tips on winning a battle transportation to the new loca ( U. S. Highway 1 fffj Day Phone 437.3652 said be the decedent last will has and been testament admitted of to

t with nature. tion. I \._ Night Ph. 437-3944 probate in this court. You are hereby -
commanded within six calendar
the Replanting the azalea in a months from the date of the first
But, before you dig up a long line of a REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND publication of this notice to appear
group near
first rootlet, be sure to size up in this court and show cause. If
hedge will break up the CARBURETORS : any you can why the action of
the situation. This includes the this court In admitting said will to
reasons for moving the flowering monotony of the hedge and givea 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service probate should not stand unrevok-
flash of color Agricultural 'd.
spring says
shrub and where you will /s/T. K. McKnlght
Experiment Station County Judge, Flagler
move it.Same. County Florida.
ornamental horticulturists. First publication on July 14, 1966.
that teenage
folks discover July 142128Aug. 4-4tc.

k azaleas are cluttering up the ;I covered
bedroom windows and providing I 24 HourWrecker FLAULER COUNTY FLORIDAIN
; for use on sandy spots of lawn, I Service CHANCERY NO. B326
for Toms.
hiding places peeping
the sod In
1 Others swear that the rotting or better yet, place I I Plaintiff
old azalea site.
mulch around the plants gives I I i JOSEPH MORGAN GOODWIN,
f halitosis that their Next, dig a hole larger and II III Tractor Defendant.
home even I than the ball of earth of i Flagler Truck & Co NOTICE TO DEFEND
best friends wonder about.It I deeper THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
I the plant. In digging the hole, JOSEPH MORGAN GOODWIN
is for sure that the shrubs, I MASSEY-FERGUSON RURAL ROUTE ATLANTIC

snuggling close to the house, I keep the richer top soil separate Grove Farm Industrial Equipment I NORTH are hereby CAROLINAYou notified that a
from the dirt In the bottomof
promote damp, moldy growth poor I suit has been filed against you In
the hole. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 the above entitled cause; and you
that rots off ends of boards fast. are hereby required to file your answer
for Prior to placing the shrub In I Owner Bunnell Florida with the Clerk of this Court
than to
er you can save pay and to thereof
serve a copy upon
the hole add a quantity
t replacements. plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
of well rotted organic mater whose name and address is:
Roaches and other house-hunt.i CHARLES R. BENNETTP.
azalea ial and a handful of azalea fer : KO: : : >:IOKO: : : >:IOIOIOIOI: : : : : <: <<<I*:>:: :>:: J: O. BOX 179
insects often
i ing use
tilizer. Mix this well with scattering
mulch as their base of attack a I not later than August 29 A. D. 1966.
of top soil, then adjustthe : | I If you fail to do so, decree pro
and invade when your best com :: : I confesso will be entered againstyou
witness and spread bottom of the hole mixtureso for the relief demanded in the
pany can bill of complaint. The nature of
that the azalea will sit at the
( embarrassing rumors.A said suit being for divorce.
same level in its new locationas :: ANDELECTRIC ::: WITNESS my hand and seal of
neighbor took all the above % said Court this 20th day of July
reasons in stride and vowed to It did near the house. A. D. 1966.

keep her azaleas around herE Now, add a few shovelfuls of I: SERVICE : : (Official JULIA Seal)R. HARVEY

home until she discovered thata top soil around the plant and : I Clerk Interim.of said Circuit Courtad

small snake used the shrubs wash the looose earth down Into i I July 28 & Aug. c.n-U-eto

as a ladder to climb atop a win. the roots with a generous supplyof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH
Bunnell Fla. ::
water. Repeat the process un- >; Box 253-A, Rl ;$ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
dow to bask in the *
ledge sun.
i i then I! Phone 437-3693 :<:
The first step in moving an til the hole is almost filled, FLORIDA.IN .
form a water basin around the $ $ CHANCERY.No. .
l azalea is to use a length of rope B>24
to gather up the skirt-like base of the plant and fill this foxxx+:x&xx::: ::: : : +:xxx:: :+:x&zx: : : :::.:::z&zx::: :::+:x:: .:::.:::.:.:::.:::.:.:::.:::.:.:::.:::.::.:. ANN NIELSEN Plaintiff,

branches into a tight bundle basin with well rotted mulch. vs. .
Oak leaf mold Is fine JOHN R. NIELSEN
around the main trunk limbs. Defendant.
j Next soak the roots of the DIVORCE
This permits digging a sizeable NOTICE TO APPEAR
f. ball of earth and main roots I plant until you become alarmed BROWN & BROWN INC. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
j at the size of next month's
without off outer
! snipping 1101 Madison Street,
water bill. Apply water daily or Bogalusa LouisianaYou
branches that contain
hereby notified that u
h t. I when the plant gets an 11:00: INSURANCE I suit for are divorce has been filed

rI' I o'clock droop. To prevent the against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby requiredto
f mid-day droop, apply .a fine serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney
PETERSON TEXACO OUR PHONE NUMBER whose name and address appear
I mist of water to the leaves of IS hereon. your written defense if

SERVICE the plant as needed. any, to the Bill of Complaint; In
said suit on or before the 20th
I ROAD SERVICE I With this approach and a bit 437-3394 day of August, 1966, else decree pro
confesso will be entered
Light Mechanic' Work I of luck, your azaleas won't drop you. against

Phone 437-3441 3unn ll la leaf. Of course planting just i I WITNESS my hand and seal of
I said 1966. Court this 19th day of July

(Seal) Clerk of said Court
Ii By1/ Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk

'I' Realstond W.P. O.L. Box WADSWORTH 896

I I Bunnell Florida
Real Estate Broker Attorney for Plaintiff.
July 21, 28. and Aug. 4, 11, 4to
BunntlL Florida
53aS.MARIE. Plaintiff
Plaintiff. CHARLES E. RIMEL,

ye shall be my sons and daughters, I. JOSEPH MONTANA.Defendant.VI. Defendant.DIVORCE

Saitk the Lord Almighty. NOTICE TO APPEAR
JOSEPH MONTANA Box 534 Care State Prison
, Whose residence and J MarylandYou
Post Office Address 'rPlhe notified that a
Indeed all children of
We are, are unknownYou suit for divorce has been filed
I God. Every man, every individual are hereby notified that a against you In the above entitled
has equal opportunity to believe suit for divorce has been filed cause and you are hereby requiredto
against you In the above entitled serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney.
I in God, to accept salvation.It cause and you are hereby requiredto whose name and address appear
is birthright made possible serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney hereon. your written defense If
a whose name and address ap- any to the Bill of Complaint insaid
through God's love for aD.r pear hereon your written defense suit, on or before the 20th, day
Herein lies the strength of If any, to the Bill of Complaint In of August 1966. else decree pro
r said suit on or before the 3rd day confesso will be entered against
Christianity. Herein lies the of September, 1966, else decree pro
: strength of the individual Chris confesso will be entered against you.WITNESS my hand and seat of
:. tian. If believe in God and you.WITNESS said Court this 18th day of July,
we my hand and seal of 1966.
understand the example of the said Court this 2nd day of August, E. A. SMYTHE.
N 19\6. Clerk of Said Court.
: life of Christ upon earth, we ac- (SEAL) JULIA R. HARVEY By /./ Julia R. Harvey,
cordingly find it easier to meet Clerk of said Court, ad interim.W. Deputy Clerk.
the trials and temptations of life L. WADSWORTH W. L WADSWORTH
P. O. Box 896 P. O. Box 896
: and to recognize the rights of Bunnell. Florida Bunnell. Florida
... Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney for Plaintiff
o The Aug. July 21, 28, and Aug. 4, n, 4tc.
; hope of salvation, which

: Is peace eternal, is God's promiseto Sl'PPLEMEN TAL BUDGET

t( all mankind. We must remember Notice Is hereby given that the i Board of County Commissioners of
lir however, that God expect' Flagler County. Florida, will at the regular meeting to be held on
Monday. August 12 1966. at 9:00: a. i m. at the Flagler County Courthouse
something of us in return. hear complaints or objections to th 6 adoption of a Supplemental General
and Road and Bridge Fund Budgether for.the fiscal period ending SeptemND -
30, 196ft as outlined below:
INAL BUDGET ............-..._.._................___..................._......_.?$4 70.8 4 5.00
1R.nd Delinquent Taxes not anticipated ...........-......... ._,_................_.... i6soooo
l your BIBLE dally Racing Receipts, not anticipated .,.................?.-..............?.................., 1',000.00s.

r and TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCI 58 ... .-1506.345.00
ORIGINAL BUDGET EXPENDITUJ :::::::::=. =:.:.:.::.::?:::::::...$4 70,845.00:

Administration Expense ....................., ... 1,600.00
00 TO CHURCH Revaluation Expense ......... ::::::::::::::=::::-.::::::...:::::::::: 4,000
SUNDAY Courthouse Improvements ::::::::::::::::....... .. ..... .... ....._...._.... 3000.00
Free Labor .........._....._...............?.....?..,-...---....-..-..--..-..-_-...._.-......._......... 7.000.00
Maintenance of Buildings ...._..._.._......-- __...._...... 5,000.00
Maintenance' of Equipment ....................-.--.......-_.....-..-.....-_........... 12000.00
Other Supplies and Expenses ..........................-............--.-.-............ 1.080.00


ALF RED R. TUCKER. Chairmanrd
I Boar of County Commissioners of
Fla tier County, Florida
j JULIA R. HARVEY. Clerk Ad lot erlmPAGE
July 28 & Aug. 4-2tc:





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Concerning Your er debris. Power mowers have ''If it spills over the hot engine er and disconnect the cord when will also conduct studies on the
been known to strike these objects fire will likely result. you leave itSANFORD control of important insects to
Power MowerDon't sending them traveling a When starting the engine, vegetables.Dr. .
great distance at high speed. stand firmly and make sure STATION Greene received his
become a summer sta These flying objects are alsoa your feet are not under the APPOINTS NEWENTOMOLOGIST Ph. D. in entomology-the studyof
tistic. Be well informed about good reason for keeping other mower. Many toes have been Insects-from Oregon State
your power mower Many people people especialy children, away lost this way. University this year.
are injured some seriouslyby from the vicinity of the mower Electric lawn mowers can be Dr. Gerald L. Greene has Joined
the improper use of power while It is in use. dangerous also. Do not operate the Central Florida Experiment Dr. Greene has written several
mowers. You should not attempt to ad- them when the ground is wet. Station in Sanford to carry scientific articles concerning this
According to Ray Pettis, safety Just belts or remove trash from If the cord were accidently cut out research on insects attack. work and has been asked to con
leader with the Florida Agricultural the mower while it is running, or If the mower has a short in ing vegetables.He tribute to an international review
Extension Service, the never (raise it on its side. the wiring: the operator Is in fills a vacancy left by Dr. of aphid ecology.The .
most important thing to learn Many fires are started by improper great danger of electrocution.Be John W. Wilson former Station entomologist carried out
about power mowers is to know gasoline handling. Do extra careful not to cut the head who retired June 30. research on Insects affecting tobacco
the controls, especially ,how to not refill the tank while the engine cord. In using an electric mower He will continue specfic research at the University of Ken
stop It.Keep. is hot. Leave room for expansion cut back and forth working on the resistance of plantsto tucky. Major emphasis there was
your yard clean. Pick in the fuel tank. Heat away from the power source. insects, insect movement and place on host plant resistance of
up stones, sticks, wire and oth causes gasoline to expand and Always turn off an electric mow Insect feeding and behavior. He ,tobacco to insects.
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I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. George' Bunnell Methodist RESOLUTIONWHEREAS til at least five,six or more roots
! Miles Moody this week include I it has pleased I can be seen between the ball

her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jim I ChurchOliver Almighty God to take unto Himself and the firm.
Beaver and children, Diane and I our revered and beloved I
Page 5) Carl, of Cincinnati, Ohio. I Emil A. Smythe, and Few men think other
(Continued from II I ( F. Taylor. Pastor) men deserve
I WHEREAS, the said Emil A. their successes.
Birthday Anniversary Mrs. Ruth Joyce returned to Smythe was highly respectedby
Observed SundayMrs. her home in Miami Tuesday I PROPHECYWe the citizens of Flagler Coun

C. A. RIddell celebratedher after an extended visit here with I ty as leader in his county and a CALL
93rd birthday Sunday at her brother in law and sister, I II may ask what is prophecy.To worthy servant of the people of
her 'home on Old Dixie. Those Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robertson. I II some people prophecy is a Flagler County, I 437-3669
helping to celebrate were Mr. sort of magical way to predictthe
and Mrs. Joy Sisco of Jackson I of St. future, and a way to manipulate
Mrs. Claude Varn Augustine ER, that the gratitude of the
vllle; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee visited here Sunday with life in regard to this pre. Board of County Commissionersof I Martin
of Flagler Beach, and the I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. diction so as to insure good for Flagler County for the years
Deen family of Bunnell. th individual. Some people feel
Duane Barber.
__ is inside to of faithful service of Emil A. I
__ i I prophecy an tract I
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hlggln- 'I the mind of God in order to stayon Smythe be, and the same is

botham and sons have returned Yankees Win I His side. Others feel that in hereby expressed.BE HardingFOR
from a vacation in North Caro. the "olden days" man had away IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
lina. County Series I of direct communication that a cony of this Resolution !
I. through the prophets with God, be spread in the minutes of this I
Mrs. Lillard (Continued from Page 1) but this relationship is closed Board, a copy be sent to the fam
of Mr. and
Guests I
John and Gene Kingof Innings 12343: RHE to contemporary man. This attitude fly of Emil A. Smythe, and a I LIGHT DOZIER
White were Mr. and Mrs. All Stars ......00000 0 0 3 I of this closed relationshiphas copy be published in the Flagler
Mascot, Tenn.,
Harold Ridge of Atlanta, Ga.,,I Yankess ..........5011x 5 7 1 led some to believe that God Tribune. WORK
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Keith of I YANKEES WIN SECOND no longer exists. However, to the ALFRED R. TUCKER I
GAME 9.7 Christian this intensifies the needto Chairman Board of
Mr. and Mrs.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Alvin Keith of Knoxvllle, Tenn. I I The Flagler Beach Yankeeswon keep the church alive and to County Commissioners SHELL
Keith and Mrs. the second game of the show its true value to our times.
Mrs. Ridge, Mrs. I
Flagler County Little League I Sometimes the church will not
White are sisters. Air
Series Friday afternoon at the be t he "big, successful" organ LayeringContinued I CEMENT ROCK

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bunnell field 97. ization that we want it to be. ( from page 4) i i
Cook during the weekend were Ralph Abraham pitched 3-hit Then again, when its messageno After making the cut or re '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gignac and ball. Loose fielding by the longer falls on the rocky moving the bark, enclose the In. I j FILL DIRT
children of Clearwater. Their Yankees gave the All Stars seven ground, but becomes fruitful jured area in "a ball of moistsphagnum"
daughter Lone is spending this runs. Tommy Bratcher got the and multiplies the church will as soon as possible I 1
week here with her grandpar first hit for the All Stars in the be powerful and successful in to prevent drying out Excessive \I II TOP SOIL
ents. third inning. This was their first regard to numbers and finances. moisture should be squeezed''I I
hit in eight innings of play. B. Part of the question which behooves from the ball by hand before..1
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walker Cauley had a double for the All the average churchman I applying to the cut surface. COW MANUREBookkeeping
of Wildwood visited here Thursday I Stars. Randy Herring who hada today is whether or not the mes Tie the ball firmly in place.
with Mrs. Daisy Walker and i little mound trouble in the sage one hears from the pulpitis I Then enclose it with polyethylene
Miss Lucille Walker.Mr. first inning, settled down and just a good moral talk or the i I firm and tie above and below and
I pitched good ball for the next revealing of God's message to: the ball to prevent evapo Income Tax Service
and Mrs. Marvin Parker five innings. today's world. A question to ask! ration. Rubber bands are good
were called to Leesburg, Alabama Yankee pitcher Ralph Abraham ourselves is: "What do I really I for this purpose. R. T. ShockneyP.
handcuffed the All Stars in the to hear in O. Box 842
recently by the serious expect Church? Both Joiner and Sheehan point
illness of his mother, Mrs. Della pinches and struck out seven 1 Samuel 10:12: "Is Saul also out that it's best not to remove Ormood Beach Florida
Parker. She was injured in an batters. Tab Whitaker and R. among the prophets?" the layer for transplanting un-1", Phone 677.4587

automobile accident. The Parkers I Crouch, second sacker for the .
have returned home and re team made some nice fielding
port she is somewhat improved. plays. Abraham, Collins, Hutch. ForihatWONDERFUL
enson and Prevatt, were the

After a visit here with Mr. batting power for the Yankees.
and Mrs. Ray Carle and familyMr. Yankees AB R H FEELING

and Mrs. Harry Coleman C. Wilder ................ 3 1 1
and children, Debby and Pete B. Dunson ................ 4 2 1IS.
and Mrs. Dorothy Shepherd have Wendland .......... 1 0 0 year round...
returned to their homes in Martins Prevatt ................ 4 2 2
Ferry and St. Clairsvllle, I J. Collins .................. 3 3 1
Ohio. They were accompaniedhome R. Abraham ............ 4 0 2
by Glenn Carle who will I r B. Hutchenson ........ 4 1 2

spend some time there. T. Wilder ................ 3 1 1
K. Crouch ................ 2 0 0
Clifford Taylor is spendingthis D. Wilkerson .......... 1 0 0 !
week at the Methodist Campat Tilton ........................ 1 0 1 ,

Leesburg, Florida.Mr. -
30 9 11 !

and Mrs. June Deen have !: All Stars AB R H t _

returned to their home in Miami T. Whitaker ............ 1 1 0
after three weeks vacation spent T. Bratcher .............. 3 1 1 x .
,here and in South Carolina. I DI| Zimmerle .......... 3 0 0
R. Herring ................ 1 l' 0
Miss Diane McKnight of Land. G. Crews ................ 3 1 0
over, Md., and Miss Julia Morris I I B. Cauley............... 3 2 1
of Washington, D. C., spent the Randy Herring ...... 2 0 1
past week here visiting with )I J. Bratcher .............. 1 0 0
Diane's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mason .................... ..3 0 1
II. McKnight Jr.,, and her grandparents !I D. Solomon ............ 3 1 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber -
and Mrs. Hugh Howell. They 23 7 3
were accompanied home by DI. Umpires: Lane and Collins.

ane's brother, Buzzy, who will .
spend about two weeks there. INTERNAL REVENUE

Mrs. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonand
children, Stanford, Rebecca, HAS BEEN CHANGEDInternal
Kirk, Tamara and Melissa, and j) .
Service taxpayer
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson I
assistance day for Daytona
and Greg, have returned home
Beach taxpayers will be changed
after a ten day vacation in Mar.
from Monday to Wednesday,
athon. District Director F. S. Schmidt Flameless electric Reverse-Cycle air conditioningA

Mr. and Mrs. O. D. last Robertsonhad week .[ announced today.Beginning Augst. 3, the local million Floridians are enjoying year'round Flameless electricity eliminates fumes, smoke,

as their guests office at 326 South Grandview comfort because it is the safest, cleanest, soot and odors.
and I
in law
their son each Wednesday cheapest way to cool and heat their homes.
will be
Smedleyand Avenue open It costs little
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I so that the heating feature is
children, Gwen and Dick, from 9 a. m. to 3:45: p. m. Gives. you constantly freshened, filtered air practically a free bonus. Yes, it's cheaper to

I of Jones, Alabama. I for assisting taxpayers. ...m a quieter,more healthful home! go ALL-electric .
than to use it in I ..I -rasraruac.
One compact unit saves space and the extra combination with __SlMlIIJtM:1IY: : J

Insurance cost of separate cooling and heating systems. flame-type fuels. .**.._.,..,.. __....._
Flagler County

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