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Flagler Tribune
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Flagler Tribune
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L' Methodist Church I C. B. Eisenbach (Baptist Bible ;l.NeWJ and Comment '!legion Post

''r Pays Final Debt I Resigns As City.Commissioner ;I School Set For !, (Br Eula Fuller) Adopts Budget;

i' All my life I have heard of

On New Sanctuary :. I August 5th-9th 1 purse snatchers, but a new one Plans Projects
this week was, of all things, a
I L. H. Drady, financial secretary City Commissioner C. B. Eisen. t] Plans have been completed for FISH snatcher. Seems that Gene At a meeting The American
of the First Methodist : bach presented his resignation '( the Bible School atthe Firsti Knight, Roy Hersey and John .i Legion Post 115 here Monday
Church, reported atthe official '[ as commissioner. atthe commission i Baptist Church of Bunnell to be. ) Rodgers were fishing in the In. evening at the Civic Center,
board meeting and the first meeting Monday night His gin August 5th and run through land Waterway at High Bridge members adopted a budget approved
quarterly conference, held last I' resignation becomes effective August 9th. The commencement I land had landed several niceI I by the executive board
Tuesday evening, that the final July 31. program will be held at the I I trout, one of which weight i for the 1963.64 year.
payment on the loan for the He gave as his reason for re j on the evening of Friday, Au three and a half pounds. A motorist t The post members discussed
new sanctuary has been paid. signing the fact that his work gust 9th, Mrs. Imogene Strick- :I l drove up and was admirj | various projects and other acj .
Since the building fund was takes him out of the city on land said today.Preparations I II begun In May of 1955 a total of I, stated meeting nights, In addition day will be held I II I If they carried a gun. Upon receiving I I Veterans Day observance, re-
$59,159.11 had been given to the to the day !time, and he i at the church on Saturday morn- building fund. The<< sanctuary !I could not devote the needed ing, August 3rd at 9:30.: Every. I I grabbed up the largest fish and '! lacy unit, and others.
cost $51,083.16; the pews $4,6521 I'i time to the commissioner work. one Is invited to attend, she made a fast getaway before the.I 'The members voted to giveI
.14; the heating system $2,404.39and o His term would have expired added. Ages for the school will boys could run across the bridge i|I I $100 to the thy of Bunnell to
the lights $1,019.42. :j j next April. A new commission. '!'be three years through 12. Refreshments I to their parked car for a chase.X apply on air conditioning the
This amount does not Include I|I I er will be named on August 2 will be served each X X X i I.civic i center building, If and
the organ and the carpet which to fill the unexpired. term of the day. Bible studies and artcraft !i I when the city installs air con-
This reminds of fish ]
me a story
were paid for by the Friendly office.It will be studied.COMMITTEE. I i I ditionlng.
Circle with some assistance o was reported the State Agricultural Fuller and Dan Hughes came I The $100 Is to be taken from **" 'I
( home with back In the late 30's.They .
from the WSCS. The air conditioning Department had condemned j jo I I the accrued interest on the building .
:' took one day to go fishing -
was an anonymous the local cabbage palm i fund. The members said
gift to the church and Is not : canning plant which was lo VISIT CLAY I in the same area and left I I they hope other organizationsusing
included In the total amount cated In the south end of town. Coolie Huges and me tokeep the civic center would also
spent. The commission accepted the :: LOAN CLOSET store and shop. Well, all day I I contribute toward the cost of

The official board has appoint. J low bid of $495 of Hurricane Mrs. Louise Taylor of the we dreamed of a delightful fish I the air conditioning.

ed a committee to plan for I Fence Co. of Daytona Beach for County Health Department, Mrs. dinner with hush puppies and It was pointed out at the meeting *
dedication of the sanctuary..) the section of fencing for the I Catherine Wilson and Mrs. Imo. all. They returned during the! that the post (and other organizations *
Plans and dates will. be set i' north end of !the football field. i gene Strickland, members of the afternoon, empty-handed, telling j'I ) have used the fa
us about what a wonderful day)
later. I Also included in the bid
was one Flagler Community Nursing cllltles of the city building for
they had, adding that they "did I
The next step In the church drive-In gate and one walk-In Council, plan to go to Green many years without cost, and
building program will be the I gate which will also be in : Cove Springs today to visit the catch some fish and had another.left I that it is felt some contribution
them In the car to fish
new parsonage. Since paying i, stalled.In Clay County Loan Closet. toward improvement of (the center
off the sanctuary note, over $1,. : other business-they reported I spot BUT when they" returnedthe Is due from the post and
had The Loan Closet there is also fish were gone. Guess fish I
they contacted three
600 has come in pledges. Con. other organizations.The .
sponsored the snatchers still rove In that area.X .
struotlon on the new parsonagewill companies concerning paving in by Nursing annual membership drive I
I cil. It is to be Coun'l X X X
the city but had not received reported
begin when $7,500 has been; I will begin soon and to end by
received Estimated cost of the* any bids at the meeting time; the best planned and equipped I hear the Tarpon have been I September sixth Post Commander
parsonage Is $15,000. discussed the Job of building Inspector I Loan Closets In the area. The!!giving the Flagler Beach pier Cora Buckles said. An'drew _.!
local committee fishermen some real thrills the
The board adopted a budget ; received inquiries for U- : representativeIs Zalewskl, first vice commander ,, e
f ,of .$ for the 1963-64'.church J cen.seorderedtrasn.can 'torrrs: ;0 going,. 'over-'to'obserye/and past week t>r so. Jerry Davis of will have over-all charge, but '
year ; and placing speed zone signs.It study their method.: The Information Flagler Beach had'the thrill of r Leonard Moody, second vice
I was also reported that a will be used in plansfor landing a 58-pound Tarpon from) commander and Stuart Eatman ,,:

CIGARETTE TAX representative for the watershed closet.setting up the local loan the beauty.I pier. Sunday. It was a real will head two teams which conduct
would attend the next
program I' the drive. I I
SHOWS INCREASE understand the has been '
: sea
I meeting to report progress on I---- ---- -------------- I These two members urge all I Ii
Cigarette taxes collected by t beautiful, crystal clear for the
i the project. I I eligible veterans to join the the
the State Beverage Department passed to Second Class Scouts. [ past several days and in addition -; ;
and refunded to the municipalities ! After the second class review 'I to the many other fish be. post and help the great workof
in which the smokes were the following boys were passedto ing plentiful the Tarpon and t The American Legion In veteran I
I state national and
sold, show an increase. However Boy Scout First Class Scouts: Arthur King Mackerel have been run affairs.
this Increase does not Includethe McDaniel, Jimmie McNab and ning, adding to the excitementand
Increased tax on cigarettes Review Board II I Wesley Thomas. thrills of those fishing from Turtle Season
which went Into effect July 1. I The Board of Review was the pier. Egg
The following amounts to the I Held MeetA composed of Coy Harris, Tom X XX t I
Flagler county municipalitiesare I Lenssen and A. M. McDaniel, I This didn'nt start out to bea I II Closed Monday
from May collection: I board of review for the Troop Committee ot the Bunnell fish story but so far it seemsto turtle in
The egg season Flag. I \
Bunnell, $2,091.89.Flagler I Flagler Beach Boy Scout Troopwas Rotary Club, and Joe Seale, I be working out that way. I ler County closed Monday night i I ; I,

Beach, $526.63. held Wednesday evening at Scoutmaster.Mr. don't know what started me out for this year, Conservation Of.
Beverly Beach, $91.60. the troop hut at Flagler Beach. Seale has been ably assisted on the subject of fishing unlessIt fleer John Seay said today. .J j1.
Painters Hill, $8.29. George Robbie, Arthur Me-. by Danny Fralley, assistant I is the many minature fish He also cautioned that the '
Marineland. 7206. Daniel and Jimmie McNab were Scoutmaster. ponds we find ourselves surrounded officers will be patrollng the
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( by. If the rains keep I beaches each night in searchof
Flagler 4-H'ers At Short Course in Gainesville i up we won't have to go to the would-be violators.
I pier to "wet the cork. We can The taking of turle eggs Is
have a real fishing binge at allowed each Monday, Wednesday
I t I home, right in our own back and Friday nights from 7

t yard. P. M. to 1 A. M. from June 1 to
1 X X X X July 15 each year.
For a number of years survey Mr. Seay also said from ,May :
1 crews have just about worn out 1 to September 1 no one Is allowed I
Railroad Street with surveys and to take any marine turtle
Ii re-surveys. But this morning from the beach or within one-
f what a delightful surprise it was half mile seaward. Penalty for
I to be greeted with the sight ofa the possession of turtles during

grader apparently laying out this !time Is up to $GOO fine or I
the edges for, the pavement.This .
,; 'car' one year In the county jail, or I
ofl'ip) was followed by a crew of both.
six or eight men armed with -r .
picks shovels, post-hole diggers, the Espanola Road, is being
: ; etc. They also seemed to be done by the County under the I

armed with determination which Secondary Road Program.X .
adds up to the fact we are real X X X
ly going to get the long promised The City Commissioners have
,, paving on Railroad Street, endeavored to contract for paying ,
also known as Old Dixie. Wo- of Bay Street for about 2%
mack Company of Daytona blocks, Church St. from Moody
Beach, I understand, has the Blvd one block, and the repaying .
contract for paving this portionof the circle around Lake Lu
the street In addition to pav cille. Also repair to paving on
ing the new Espanola Road. Anderson and to complete' two
The paving of this street will blocks from Rldgewood north, to
M --s : begin on Grove Street on the Colony Park. Plans were not
,j west side of U. S. Highway 1, complete at the commission
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going west one block to Railroad meeting Monday night, they
Over 400 4-H'ers recently attended the Boys' 4-H Club Short Course on the University Street In the north end of hope to have the job done at '
of Florida campus in Gainesville. Shown here welcoming the Flagler County town. This will follow Railroad the same time the Railroad St.
4-H'ers is Bill Lockhart, President of the 4-H State Council. Street to the south end of the paving Is completed. This wouldbe

The 4-H'ers from Bunnell are, from left to right, Tilman Robinson, Jr* Levi town where it Intersects U.S. a great improvement to the
Brannam, Jr., Tommy Herr, and John Baggett, Jr. Highway 1. This, In addition tot downtown area.P. .


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Florida Lands .bined to bring about the upward I II has I large as the tax-paying real South's social, economic and political frage," says Alleger.- Early in I
i I I push in property valjJW. First '''estate total that year. In the contributions to progress, its existence the South discover.
the demand tor land itself Is 1950's, homestead exempt prop according to a University of ed that unless its men and women .
Jump in Value I stronger; second, the number of erty stood as high as 69 per cent Florida economist could read, write and cipher,
Taxable real estate in Florida I homes and buildings In 1962 of the tax-paying property, dropping D. E. Alleger, associate professor democracy could not be a living
was valued last year at $10- : was considerably greater than below 50 per cent in 1961 of agricultural economicswith thing.
225,000,000 by assessors for tax ten years pervlously. I for the first time in recent history the university's experiment Citllng that over 90,000 Negro
gathering purposes the Florida "Another force which accounts ." stations, says the "evidence of teachers find employment in the
State Chamber of Commerce re for a part of the gain is the trend I I Personal property and intangible economic growth demands an interpretation South, Alleger states that today
ports in its Weekly Business Re toward assessing property at its property (stocks, bonds of the Southern way 11 southern states support 66
view. Said the organization's, full value. Today three counties and bank deposits) are not included of life." four-year Negro colleges."In .
spokesman: assess at 100 per cent value; 12 in these tabulations.Contribution : He points out that from the spite of the socio-political
"This sum included the valueof others assess at least 75 per cent beginning the South has foughtfor mistakes it may have made, the
the land, plus (the values of of value and another 11 fall between of Individual and local free rest of the nation would be immeasurably
homes, buildings and property 60 and 75 per cent. dom. poorer without the
Improvements such as canals "The value of homesteads, exempt South UnderratedAlthough "It adopted runoff electionsto South's contributions," he said.
and dikes. The figure showed a under Florida law, and express the will of the ma-1}I I
gain of almost 300 per cent overa therefore a tax write-off, totaled the South is often jorlty. It argued for restraints. Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
ten-year period."A $4,486,000,000 in the state last misunderstood, our nation today on monopoly, for direct election ]I I
number of factors com year. This sum was 44 per cent would be poorer without the of senators and for women's suf- ,, UL50 A Year In Advance
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Gardening In FloridaBy THE j; BOOK NOOK,,

( Henrey Sharpe) 'i Marsh Durranoe ,

Try the trusty zinnia, if you I I Library Book ReportTITLEUNDER SHELTON'S GROCERY

have about run the gamut of I 1 ONE ROOF
the alphabet flowerwlse. AUTHOR Emma Wilson who
These giant, long-lasting flow- (j| was born In Western Kentucky "Your
ers are sure to add brilliant color -I where there were a lot of to "y Friendly Co-op Store"
to your garden during the hot bacco buyers.
days ahead.If Emma Wilson groups the 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET

you are hunting for the odd family, from Grandma Bacon
tol I
and the unusual, plant the varieties I herself, against the backdrop QUANTITY RIGHTS :J umlltJ: L
that present contrasting:,i a region where people thought RESERVED "eflS Tuft .A = _= \ ,II.
colors such as the PeppermintStick more important to be
and the Ortho Polka. The I themselves than to be somebodyas .
( long as, in Grandma's -
Dark Jewel will produce a flower eyes,
with twisted and spiky petals they had the proper family connections -
Dahlia Flowered, California ). They emerge, In the,
Giant and Super Giant are eye. resulting portrait, as large asi I THROUGH
catching zinnias with mam ,I life and fully as natural. ,I

mouth size blossoms. I Grandma was a wonderful THURS., FRI., SAT.,
lady, but she suffered from
Zinnias are to The a
easy grow. x ;
main essentials are hot weather II I complaint common to her (time July 1819.20, 1963
and circumstances: she had
and sunshine. So, select a sunny
spot for the flower bed. Next nerves. She lived in harmony FLORIDA GRADE "A"
loosen the.soil with a spade to I with them most of the time, but Thriftway Sliced
once in a while they came out DRESSED AND DRAWNFRYERS
a depth of 12 inches or more Lb.
on top. When this happened she
During the process be sure to 55
would put on her youngest
remove invading tree roots from
the bed site. These intruders granddaughter's old summer hat
will give grief later rob. with streamers, maybe or one
you by
bing the flowers of plant food of her son-in-law's, and sail up Lyke's Pure.Pork Smoked

and water, plus stunting growth. and her down arms/the front to get porch up the swinging cir- *
After clearing away the bed. culation. Sausage k" 69
Having walked
site debris, sprinkle the area miles Whole
she would flop into a chair like, .
with a generous fertilizer.amount Mix the of commercial a rag doll, and complain about 27 ::; Plus 50 Free T V Stamps
her nervous condition, and how Only Lb.
food into the soil and rake the
she was in for one of her weak Lean All MeatSTEW
bed smooth before seeding. : .
spells. Immediately the
Plant the seed no more than family L.
was mobilized.
1/8 Inch deep and don't firm the The family had to be mobilized Limit Four Please 69<
soil too much. In fact, you can
fairly often, and not always
pack the earth with the light because of Grandma. Progress I,
spray from the garden hose. never WORLD'S ,
was very far from the BEST Fresh
In warm soil zinnia
seed '
Wilson home
and even thoughthe
germinate within( a few days Wright Brothers u
had barely GROUNDBEEF
and produce an*'easily identifiable 89'
popularized flight, Brother was $
seedling that most likely advanced enough in his /think $1"h 1
outgrows weeds. However, for Ing to be able to take off from
fastest flower growth be sure to the top of the buggy house in Lisa or EatingOceanPlus ,
pull out the weeds promptly as his homemade
they are a hog for water and crashed-landed airplane. He L.s.
the 00
plant food. where Mother was on entertaining porch<, 50 Free T V Stamps Mullet 6 $1

I When _zinnia seedlings send company. On this particular occasion .
I lonn tneir nrsi true leaves, thIn Brother caused; more chagrin -
them to stand 8 to 10 Inches than damage, but his imagination SHORTENING
apart for the small flowered varieties soared higher than his it. ., HENDERSON'S..:. MAXWELL HOUSE
and a full 18 inches for airplanes; and the consequenceswere "
the giants. Delayed thinning further reaching when he BAKERITE SUGAR COFFEE E

will result in stunted growth took it upon himself, to vaccinate
and few flowers.To the cat, the dog, and the 3 Lb. 5 Lb. 1 Lb. '
overcome ithe horrors of youngest Wilson with a discarded 58 +
wasting plants that are thinned, hypodermic needle that was Tin 48 Bag Tin 8cJ
/ try planting the seeds about as good as new.
twice too thick only on half of !' This is a book, of humor and Save
the seedbed and transplant the will keep you interested to the Save 21c 21c Save 21c
thinned plants to fill (the entire last page. .

bed. This is good garden psy Limit One Each of the Above Three With $5.00 or More Food OrderHunt'
chology. Often the transplants Title: O RIVER REMEMBERI
thrive better and produce flowers Authors Marta Ostenso
Big 20 Oz.CATSUP .
quicker than the undisturbed Type! Fiction DAIRY DEPT

seedlings.If This book (tells the story of I. I ,
you can't bring yourself to two Immigrant families, one
thinning, then it Is likely the from Ireland and the other from BlueSeal..Solid
plants will grow spindly-tall Norway. Both of them settle in TIP TOP J&L.OLE02290
I and will fall over when decked Minnesota and try to farm the 6 Oz.
I out with a giant-size blossom. land.
If you find yourself in this predicament The two families start off with FROZEN Southern Yam Sweet Pillsbury Buttermilk
I then give the plants an equal amount of land each,
something to lean upon. Green but then the Norwegian family LEMONADE POTATOES BISCUIT Each 90-
i twine attached to green stakes starts buying up a lot of land
: and strung two-thirds the height that in later years will be wortha .
For IS
$ of the plants will help the flowering great deal of money. 10
; plants to stand up and The two families, the Shaleens Can. 50 FREE
wave their blossoms skywards. and the Vlnges, continue to live

Space the twine so as to form as neighbors, but soon Mrs. PEANUT BRITTLE I TOP VALUE STAMPS
6-inch squares. If you have onlya Vlnge grows to hate the Shaeens D" .
few spindly plants perhaps it because she feels they are CRISP 490 With purchase of
will be easier to stake each Interior to her. This makes life One Complete Broom

plant and omit the maze of miserable for everyone connected Golden Ripe Bush 303 Can or Mop
1 string. to her in any way. Lb. CUT GREEN Coupon void after 7.20.63
inspect, the zinnia bed eacn This is a very good book and BANANAS. 9-
afternoon. If there is the slight If you get the chance, I would BEANS

est sign of drooping leaves, flood advise you ,to read It. White Boiling 50 FREE
the soil, wetting it well below Library Assistant, 4 For

the last root of the plants. Don't Sue Byrum. ONIONS Lbs. Zge 35c TOP VALUE STAMPS
sprinkle the leaves of the plant,
because you are inviting trouble! Just as human being hold Big Top 18 Oz. With purchase of
from mildew. If this disease hands when they are courting, New Green PEANUT BUTTER $2.00 Worth of Dental or
shows either some birds may hold bills. Puffins Lb. Each Cosmetic
up a sulfur dust I CABBAGE Supplies
ora neutral copper spray. nibble at each other's bills. 8 e 49 e Coupon void after 7-20-63
Ravens lock bills in
For more blossoms, pinch out a gesture
the bud of each zinnia plant suggesting a prolonged kiss.

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about to set a single flower ers you have ever seen, try cov-

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the plant to send up two or ers are ready to open. The filtered With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
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bank of blossoms rather Insects make flowers of super I Potatoes Potato Chips Order

than a single color head. giant size, clear color and superb I L Coupon void after 7.2.6J Coupon void after 7.2.6J Coupon void after 7-20-63
Finally, for fanciest cut flow- > quality.

Thursday, July 18, 1963

I rlaater Beach i AG.ER MEATS FOOD STORE ,

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NEWS Woman's Club I i The Men's Club of the Flag. i I Ii
The Flagler
met Wednesday morning for Its i i ler Beach Methodist Church will III
meet. I be host to the DeLand District- RIGHTS
second summer business II I wide meeting next Thursday,, I PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RESERVED

Ing.Mrs.. E. Lester Stanton we,. July 25. JULY 18-19-20, 1963
will begin sit 6:30with
The evening
corned the members at the door I
In the FlagleiWoman's
and Mrs. Clarence Shultz and' FLORIDA GRADE "A"
Club building on Central
Mrs. E. P. Fleurle had coffe assist I II
Ave. The WSCS
and rolls ready to be served pre 29
with the dinner.
I the men FRYERS
ceding the meeting.Mrs. the dinner, the men will .
White, president, thole Lb.
opened Jasper the meeting. For the devotional I' hold a meeting In the church I ,

Mrs. R. N. Hoover read building An outstanding on Daytona Methodist Ave. Layman LIMIT 3 PLEASE

the Inspiring poem, "The World I Judge William H. Man ss, Wilson's Certified Tender Smoked Palm River
she lethe
Is Mine, after which from Jacksonville, will be guest SLICED

Reports group In of the the Lord's committee Prayer. I speaker Can and We his Keep topic Our will Feet be"How Hanrtrw; : Lb. *

have been
chairmen shows they 55
.I On The Ground In The Space BACON
active (the hot summer day Age.NI
especially Interesting Carr, district president
I Hap
of the HAM SLICESLb.89c
report of two members from 'Orange City, will preside Lean Meat
Copeland's or
formed library
newly over the meeting and Rev. Reyn I

i R.Miss K. Dorothy Hirst They Homans reported and much Mrs old devotions.:N. Hoover Local will be president In chargeof is JIFFY STEAKS OR 1 A f Franks 12 Oz. 39

has been made for a
progress Lyman Gage. 11|
bigger and better library. The VEAL PATTIES, Each Pkg.

other two members of the boardare Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bobbitt

Mrs. Philip Kester and Mrs. and sons, Ben Allen, David and CHASE & SANBORN BAKERITESHORTENING
G. Frank. Steven, from Rnoanoke Rapids,
Ways and Means Committee last Wednesday aftjmoon .
N. C., spent
Chairman, Mrs. Frank Brede, visiting with Mr. Bob-
thanked all (those who contributed >ltt's aunt and uncle, Mr. and COFFEEm
to and the time spent at Urs. Jack M 'eklns. The Bobbitts

I the The booth public on Is the thanked Fourth of for July.its ire presently vacationing at ( 3 LB.
Demand Ina Beach. 49
patronage, too. The executive 39 CANLimit .

board and members met at the I Spending a few days with Mr. _

home of Mrs. Harold to plan Massie a pub ,' and Mrs. Bob Whitney and fam- 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Tuesday I[ l1y is Mrs. Mike De Maria and
lic dinner the early part of Au ,, East Pat-
laughter, Elaine, from MIX OR MATCH
gust.Mrs. I erson, N. J. Mrs. DeMaria Isa
Brede also announced an
Can Shurfine
sister to Mrs. Whitney.Mr. 2y2 ?
afternoon games party Is to be / Can Food King

held present during were happy Members reinstate and .daughter and Mrs., Jessica Lee H., arrived Young FRUIT For PEARS 3 For

Miss Dorothy Homans as a memo I rurg. Cocktail $1 $1

ber.The \
Community Improvement with Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Kent
Project was postponed until the I MIX 01 MATCHQt.
and family. Mrs. Kent and Mrs.
August 14ith meeting. The "Dol.\
lar Dividend" teams are busy I Young are WELCHADE 46 Oz. Hi C .-
competing against each other I GRAPE ORANGE'Drink

make trying the to see most which money team toward can i BAPTIST Sunday CHURCH School is NEWS at 9'45 A.M. 3F" Drink 3 For (
t 89 89
the club mortgage.The and worship hour is at 11 o'clock
losing team Is to serve with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor.
the winning team a luncheon.The Training Union is at 6:45 P. M.'
dollars team has scheduleda and evening worship is at 7:45. 303 Can Stokely's Med. Green 303 Sunlite

post bake office sale next atthe Saurday Flagler,Beach July METHODIST CHURCH NEWS LIMAS 2 For 39< Tomatoes. W

20, beginning at 9 A.M. Special i, Church School Is at 9:45 A.M.
orders can be made by calling and morning worship is at 11
'I Save 19c Save 2V2c Per can Limit 5 Please
Mrs. V. W. Haines or Mrs. Paul o'clock with Rev. R. N. Hoover,

Kelly, captains.Rev. minister, and special music by Shurfine
the choir. Kraft's VELVEETA .

and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton I 2 Lb. p <
Biscuits 4 25
left Tuesday for several I Mrs. J. D. Perrltt and daughters Cheese 79* For

weeks visiting with friends and'I Vickie, and sons, Ronnie Loaf
relatives In the New England and Jimmy Anderson, left this Limit 4 Please
State. week to visit with Mrs. Perritt's
father, James D. Alexander, In FOR THAT OUTING EXTRA SPECIAL
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoose haveas Grapevine, Texas. Sgt. Jimmy
their guests this week Mr.I Anderson Is on furolough from Diamond 20 Ct. Snak Plates ALL 3 OZ. JELLO JELATIN

llooses' son and family, Mr. and I the Army at the present time Diamond 16 Ct. Lunch Plates 19ft OR PUDDINGS For
Mrs. Donald loose and daughter : and Is stationed in Germany.Mrs. Diamond 16 Ct. Bowls Pkg. Limit 6 Please 3 25c

Denise, from Long Island,
New York. Warren Michaels Is a patient KRAFT'S Large *
In the local hospital receiving MAYONNAISE OR RWSO 25
Rev. and Mrs. Chris Doemecheof I treatment after suffering MIRACLE WHIP Qt. 45e Box
Ill., were Sunday stroke about ten days ago.
Park Ridge, a Your Choice-Limit 1 Please Limit 2 Please
visitors of Rev. and Mrs. Reyn. Her sister, Mrs. Stella Holcomb

old N. Hoover and Rev. and Mrs. of Great Neck, Long Island, ....... ....
i .... .
time PRODUCE DEPARTMENT AWWCQ..................
E. Lester Stanton. I N. Y., is spending some
here with her. EXTRA CJfk

CHURCH Sunday NEWS School Is at 9:45 A.M. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hart have POTATOES 10 Bag Lb. 39c S & H GREEN STA PSThomp.on
:returned to their home here aft
with classes for all ages. At Seedless 2
the 11 o'clock worship hour Rev.R. I er a vacation spent visiting With this and
Lb. coupon purchase
.W. Dickert will speak on "The I points of interest In Pennsyl WHITE GRAPES We
Divine Obligation of Diligently vania. They also visited a of $5.00 Meat
"childhood home town. Juicy
Heeding (the Scripture. Order


TASTY TREET BAR-B-QUE I Y.........'"................"4"'....."'.................."......."......... I Expires Sat., 'July 20, 1963


Formerly Dairy Bar, Opposite Pier S & FREE
Grilled With this S & H GREEN STAMPS
Charcoal coupon and ti
and enjoy our pur-
Come as you are Food Steaks, With this coupon and purchase of $2.00 or More With
Pork Beef Chicken, Sea this coupon and
Barbecued pur-
chase of One 14 Oz. VIV from Our Dry Goods chase
Our of
and Thick Shakes on One Airwick
Cold Beer
Sandwiches, Counter-Bra.., Sox
Floor Wax-59c Spry' Air Fresnener
I Breezy Screened Porch. Briefs, Etc Each

Phone 439-2430 Expires Sat.,July 20, 1963 Expires Sat.,July 20, 1963 Expires Sat. 59c
Open 11:00 a. m.-10:00 p. m. July 20,1963

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Samie Whitaker ''I I the difference."If must be placed on registered
been wind, I boats.
there had
Honored With A
would not be talking to you The boat tax law was passed I
Lingerie Shower I now," Bishop (told his wife, Lila. In the final days of ,the 1963

Miss Sammie Whitaker, The night was dark and eerie, Legislature.

LOCALS marriage to Louis Friedman without the accustomed moan of Conservation Officer John Seay '

'I be an event of August 3, I' the Himalayan wind. Stars glittered said newly purchased boats maybe I

guest of honor at a overhead. The men pray registered at the Tax Collectors -

I shower Thursday evening at led. office at the Courthouse.

Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr., and Cherry Wadsworth spent the Brannam Home, 500 East A beautiful dawn broke over He also said those wishing to

Mrs. A.A. Wells were visiting In i I past week in Hampton visiting I Boulevard. Hostesses were the huddled group. The men register their boat commerciallymay
St. Augustine Friday on business i i, with her grandparents, Mr. and I Nancy Brannam and Miss were startled to find they contact him at anytime.

and pleasure.Mrs. Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, ST.i Brannam.A had spent the night higher than
I i She is the daughter of Mr. and pastel color scheme '' the lofty summit of neighborIng I

John Jarosz left Saturday I I Mrs. Buddy Wadsworth. carried out in the floral 27$90-foot Lhotse. 1!

for a visit of several months in tions. Games and contests i The climbers continued their

Warren, Michigan with relatives.j'I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rodgers features of entertainment painful descent and met the
of Jacksonville visited here Sun the evening. Prizes were teams- ,
first of the supporting
James O. Craig returned home I day with his parents, Mr. and ed to Melba Tucker, Elaine Dr David L Dingman of Baltimore
Saturday after an extended visit' Mrs. ,J. C. Rodgers. and Mrs. L. M. Whitaker. Maryland and Bishop's l PotlucliI

in Little Rode Ark. I I Twenty*five friends of personal Sherpa, Glrml DorJee."Where've ,
I Mr. and Mrs. David Burnsed bride-elect enjoyed the been?" queried
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and and young daughters have moved with the honoree and I .Jk3\'
children, Elizabeth and Bill, Jr., I to Gainesville where he is I Dingman. I .T HILIM BALK:
"Oh, we're Just passing I
of Baxley, Ga., are expected to employed with the nuclear research Andy Yelvlngton was a through," they replied. I Party Fleisera :
arrive during the weekend fora department of the Uni ness visitor in Miami two Dingman, worried and anxi : When frilling 'burgers out-of- "

visit with relatives, Mr. and versity there. this week: ous, had assumed the climbers I doors, spread them when cooked
Mrs. A. A. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. with mashed avocado, seasoned
I I I could not have survived ,a night i
Gene Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Celestine Stanlsh has returned L. L. Brannam, Levi, Jr., :I with lemon Juice, salt and pepper
Buddy Wadsworth. He is Mrs.J home after spending a Alan, and Nancy Brannam, out at that altitude. I and top with tomato slices for a

Wells' son.Guests 1 I month in McRae, Ga., where she Sunday to spend
Use tuna for burgers also, mixing
was employed by Camp and Co. Ing near Waynesville, N. C. Two days later, they arrivedat the fish with celery, chopped
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Base Camp, 17,800 feet high. i I I ripe olivea diced American cheese
Buckles at their beach cottage I I Dr.' and Mrs. David McKenzie The Summit And From there Bishop and Unsoeld and mayonnaise. Fill buns with
this week are his brother and and children David, III, and were carried by Sherpas to a''I mixture, wrap In foil and beat In

sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver I'Nina Nell, are spending a Vacation Tossed SaladClimbers' rendezvous with the helicopterthat a moderate oven for IS minutes.
and children Charlotteand Beach. He has I A nice dunk for chips uses 4
Buckles at Flagler took them to Katmandu. I
tablespoons deviled ham, 4 tablespoons
Craig, of Monks Corner of recently completed his tour of Goal On arrival, Unsoeld confessedto horseradish, 2 tablespoons l lI
Charleston, S. C. They will also duty with the U. S Air Force. being "a little saddle sore" I I minced chives and 1 cup cream, '
visit with his parents, Mr. and He was recently stationed at Ft 'Tossed Salad," the faint from his long, Sherpa back ride. I whipped. !
Mrs., J. C. Buckles of San Mateo, I Walton. Following the vacation, voice crackled from the Bishop and Unsoeld both : For the younger crowd, peel j jt
and his brother and sister in i he will go to Lake Wales where I of Mount Everest. And .' agreed that the grandest mo bananas, Inset on wooden skewer,
law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon salad it would, be for the ment of their respective ascents t dip in melted milk chocolate InClDelea'

Buckles of Shell Bluff. I I he will engage in the practiceof tional Geographic Socl(>t '- were when they discovered, tat.

i, J11ed clne. lIe is a grandsonof car Mount Everest tered but still fluttering on Ev Butterscotch, Favorite Sauce

Mrs. Janet Anderson and two the late Mr. and Mrs. W. II. wbcn It returned to Its 'erest's summit, the flag planted (Makes 1 cop)
sons are visiting with her moth. I McKenzie of Bunnell. quarters at Katmandu, : there by James W. Whittaker of Itt cups brown sugary

er, Mrs. Nazhla Trad, for some The request for fresh Redmond, Washington, and cup white corn syrup
time. Mr. and Mrs. Andersonare I Mrs. F. H. Howell was a patient was made ito Mrn. William Sherpa Nawang Gombu. 4 tablespoons butter

moving from Houston, Texas I, In the East Coast Hospitalin Unsoeld, wife of one of .'I didn't know we had the ft cup cream
back to Florida. They plan St. Augustine last week re climbers. She hai askea summit In the bag until we saw I teaspoon vanilla

to locate In Jacksonville. I ceiving medical treatment. expedition member wanted Old Glory there," said Bishop. butter Mix brown in saucepan.sugar, Bring syrup to and a

I eat when they returned. boll over low heat. Remove
Visiting here with Mr. and I', Nell Johnston, who( Is attend. There was noth'nt strange from beat. Stir in cream and
ing a summer school session at bout the request: The men vanilla. Serve with lee cream
Mrs. Thomas Diamond several I
days this week were Mr. and! Stetson University In' DeLand, been living on packaged Boat Registration or pudding.
spent the past weekend here for twr months all'I
nearly :
Mrs. of Fort
Harry Costopoulos with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. craved fresh v! tables. Deadline ExtendedBoat I place In freezing compartment.
until chocolate is firm.
A.B. Johnston. just
I ... C. Nah nai ,; .
Barry Bishop, owners who haven't registered Spread potato chips on baking
and Mrs. Charles Creal graphic staff member who their craft under the new sheet. Sprinkle lightly with onion,
Visiting with Mrs. Rosely Cam
and children Robert, Nancy, Billy ed Everest's 29,028-foot I tax law won't have to worry. or garlic salt, grated cheese lemon
Mrs. W. A.
eron Saturday were
and Carol, are vacationing In related after his about It for another month. juice and minced parsley heat
Dunway of Belverdere, S. C. She for a few minutes and serve hot.lIere' .
Waynesville, N. C. evacuation to( Katmandu GoV. Farris Bryant Monday ex. ..! .
was accompanied here from a good sauce for ba >?
he and teammate Luther G. tended by 30 days (the opening
ribs 1 lemon slfcH t 1
Gleen St. Mary by her son and cuing : j
I stad of Eugene, Oregon, registration date. The new date
daughter in law, Rev. and Mrs. large onion, sliced, 1 cup cat" 3
about tossed salad at Camp Is August 15. Worcestershire s""W '
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robert A. Dunaway, who Is pastor tablespoons ?
Rodgers this week are their son 27,450 feet up the mountain. The extension was made because 1 teaspoon chili powder. 1 +**.
of the Baptist Church there.
dishes tabniC" ',.
more time Is needed to spoon salt,2 .U.
in law and daughter, Mr., and Frostbitten Climbers
1 cup water !Mix and pour uvur
manufacture and decals
Mrs. Raymond Garrison of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray I Such were the dreams of ribs while baking
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Friday they Carle include Mrs. Carle's mother engaged in the fearsome which the new law says

will goto St. Petersburg for a Mrs. Dorothy Sheppard of St. gle over the world's most --
visit with his parents. Mrs. Gar. Clairsville, Ohio. Also her broth. hospitable terrain. I
rison is the former Frankie Rodgers er in law and sister, Mr and Bishop and Unsoeld, a U. frT : \

of Bunnell. Mrs. Harry Coleman and children Peace Corps official from r

Debra and Harry, Jr.,' of lis, Oregon, were evacuated
I Martins Ferry, Ohio, Katmandu, suffering from

Visiting here and at Flagler I bitten toes.Unsoeld -.iv w
Beach during the past weekend and his r '
were Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Me- partner, Thomas F. Hornbein

Kenzie of Lake Wales. They San Diego, California,

were accompanied by their sons, E ed a mountaineering
Billy and Mack. They were visiting u$ s by making (the first h
with the John McKenzie I II p traverse In history-they I
family of Bunnell and the Dr. i up over the unexplored 5V'1
David McKenzie family who are Ridge route and descended

vacationing at Flagler Beach. the traditional Southeast

Near the top, on May 22, I
+ .V.V.W heard the voices of Bishop
F.J".NoIY'rIY- $ PLACE Prompt YOUR ORDER WITH L. Jerstad, who had gone up :
Southeast Ridge and were
Broker -J The Flagler TribunePhone waiting for the West Ridge I
Real Estate
:c J IDlewood 7.3282 on the frozen peak. .
Buffeted by gale-force
BunnelL FlorldoWUWW1WWVWIA
Bunnell. Florida /
f't......._.,}'........'-.. '..".......".,...'/'' +'Y Y the four men stumbled down %j

............................................................ ... ed the and gathering half dazed darkness from, lack

FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT !; oxygen. They later told IN FLORIDA
they spent the night,
tents or sleeping bags, in
AMBULANCEpHONEVA1ey41625( rocky crevice at 28,000 feet
Their bivouac site was so
SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA even the four could not nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer..,
close enough together to Florida's traditional' beverage of moderation. It's light,
We sparkling/ delicious
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance warm. "
are always at your service with promptness safety and Wind Died Down And naturally, the Brewing Industry In Florida Is proud of
Then, the wind the more than$27,820,939 It contributes In taxes to the state v
experience. died down. It was still of Florida each that helps support our '/',
Resusitator and Inhalator schools, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida, beer be
Equipped With Oxygen cold-18 below zero-and
longs...enjoy It.
men kicked their feet
Garcia Funeral HomeP. the rock to maintain t :
Director tion, occasionally kicking
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral W
other by'mistake. But FLORIDA DIVISION
LADY teSlSTAJTT wind's disappearance made

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Cream Pies And "Solar Eclipse thickness view the eclipse of photograph Is through three film


.. I Heat Don't Mix This Saturday and that then has been to At light any I Tennessee StyleBy

NOTES Summertime, picnics, cream About 4 O'clockA i: rate everyone should be very '

pies and chicken sandwiches careful in viewing the eclipse. < Walt Graves&Carl Spicer

SLOWED UP BY RAINS don't always mix. solar eclipse this Saturday I FRIDAY 9 P. M. till

Rain rain All the According to G. C. Kuhn, assistant will probably damage the eyes i I SUNDAY to 6 P. M.
go away.
Softball teams wanna play. This I.I microbiologist with the I of a number of Floridians, especially I tllaJPLaglrr t QJrtbumBUNNKLL ; LETTER OF MARQUE

Agricultural Experiment Sta unsuspecting children, i
has been the recreation FLORIDA COCKTAIL LOUNGE
ment's biggest depart.j. tions' Food Technology and Nutrition warned the state agency for the :I & RESTAURANT

the University blind.
scheduling games. We expect 5 Miles So. of Marineland
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
the Seville vs. Bunnell Merchant of Florida, "Hot weather The July 20th eclipse will produce I, Formerly Dinty Moore's

and food spell food poisoning darkened which will
teams to start their two out of can a sun I

three games series for the city Picnickers should take precautions permit people to look directly at Designated Official Publication I
to keep their food under it This direct view can' cause lot Public Notlee* of Klagler I TUB COUNTY JUWRE'S COURT
league championship Wednesday I IN AND FOIl FLAfJLKH COUN
some form of refrigeration," Incurable burns of the retina County Municipalities tberelssnd 1 TY, FLOIUIH IN rilOIIATH
July 17. IN KB ESTATE Otr
he warns. from the Infra-red of the the State of Florid I
rays EDWARD A. R. TAYNTAR, also
.The Ponytail leagues have I " poultry, ham, sun, says the Florida Council for -- deceased.known as Abraham K. Payntar.

tharne headaches-rain. We custard and cream-filled pastriesare the Blind. Entered as second class matter I CITATIONThe

expect to get a playoff going if especially susceptible to the "Despite the use of darkened February 6, 191J, a( the postottlce flclarlea State of of the Florida estate to of all Edward bene-

get a dry .field. Our I rapid growth of bacteria," he ex glasses, smoked glass, or exposed at Uunnell, Florida under act of II A. R. 1'ayntar H. 1'ayntar also, deceased known as(other Abraham -

youth_ Softball league would plains. "After such food has photographic film, the March 3. 1876 I i than Ellen l,. 1'ayntar: and Helen

nave''been an interesting league. been held Irom three to nve I I burns can occur if people'stare concerned.H. Golsan), and all other persona

This is something new and hours &i normal summer temperatures Into the eclipse," explained Harry I urnyeur .................."...._$2.M I You are hereby notified that a

sponsored by the Amateur Softball of 80 to 90 degrees, E. Simmons, executive director Six months .........._.._...|1.25 Court petition praying has been for a filed determinationof (In eald

Assn The Giants and they will most likely be toxlon." of the council. or of beneficiaries of the, heirs estate, legatees of Edward

Braves "'are in first place with > .Contrary to popular opinion, The eclipse will occur In Flor IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE A. R. 1'ayntar also knownas

one: loss''each.. The White Sox Ida about: 4:10 P. M. for art hour. !PKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Abraham R. Parntar, deceased,
not all food poisoning is "pto OF FMmillA. IN ANI FOR other than Ellen C. Payntar and
defeated the Cardinals 2.0"In maine," the researcher empha I I It is expected that the phenomenon FI.AUI.KR <:COUNTY IN CIIANC-% Helen P. Golsan. and you are here
1'itY NO. 46ft1 by required to file your ,written defenses
the, last meeting. sizes. "Few people have ever will receive wide coverageon MICHAEL 1. JOHNSON. thereto within forty (40) '
I Plaintiff days after the first publication
all television stations and or
experienced true ptomaine poi posting hereof, Should you fall
aft 4:30 the
Today : Giants and soning." Simmons recommended that the Catherine EV Johnson, therein, decree will be entered In
Braves will meet at the Hillcrest I be Defendant. due. course upon said petition.
Diamond. Batteries for Modern knowledge of bacteriology eclipse observed through this NOTICE OF SUIT WITNESS 'my hand and seal of
medium. I said Court at Bunnell,
game will be J. McNab, F. Fleu- recognizes two types of "The OF FLORIDA.TO County Florida, this 9th day of

fie B. Geller !and Kirk Roberston. I sickness. caused by bacteria in know Simmons important cautioned thing "Is to I' : Catherine 1899:! ni//alTlftttH E. Johnson July( L\963'T.\ K. MCKNIGHT
foods. They are known as food. F Drive: Apartment No. 1 County Judgre.
borne infections and intoxica that looking directly at the Erie Pennsylvania July 11-18-25 & Aug.4tc
PETERSON TEXACO tion. In the. case of foor-borne eclipse can cause permanent eye a suit In equity has been KLAGL.KR IN- TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Children brought against Michael
damage. especially you by
SERVICE Infections, the food only servesas L. Johnson In the Circuit Courtof IN CHANCKHY NO. 4683.
are unaware of the danger to Peter J. Evangrellsta
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
ROAD SERVICEI the carrier of diseaseproducing their vision." }Florida In and for Flagler County Plaintiff.
t bacteria, When the food Is and you are hereby summoned, ordered vs.
it(1st Mechanical Work Simmons said that burns to and required to file your Druce R. Harrower Evangellsta,
t Phone 437-3441 Bunnell j consumed, the bacteria grow and written answer or defense to the Defendant,
of sick the eyes can be caused with no complaint tiled herein against you NOTICE TO DEFEND
.. .1 cause symptoms some pain when children gaze at the In the above entitled cause in the I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I' ness. oitlce of the Clerk of the Circuit Bruce R. Harrower Evangelists
I fascinating sight. "Of course Court In and for Flagler County.
I whose place of r d '
the bacteria which
In contrast, Florida at his office In the Court post office address are :t'kenonn.,
HASTINGS MATTRESS cause food-borne intoxication the sun Is normally too brightto House In Bunnell, Florida on or I You are hereby notified I that a
view but during an eclipse before August 21. 1963. and to suit has b against I you In
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS and toxlon serve a of such answer entitle
I grow deposit a or copy or i the above cause; and you
with much of the brightness defense upon John E. Chisholm,
are hereby required ton file
your answer
In the food before it Is
710-12 Lemon St. poison ; Plaintiff's attorney herein whose with the Clerk of this Court,
dimmed children observe
can easily address la Suite, 310 Bank Build and to
Palatka Florida consumed. Sickness is causedby serve a copy thereof upon
the changing scene." Ing. New Smyrna Beach Florida, the plaintiff or plalntlf>
Phone EA 5-9166 the toxin and not by the bac and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro whose name and address Is forney.
It is then, Simmons said, that cedure. If you fail to do to, a decree SAMUEL V. HOLCH
Furniture, Upholstering teria. pro confesso will be entered 110 K 3rd Street
the unnoticed of the
Repaired & Refinished rays sun against you for the relief demanded Palatka Floridanot

r Hundred of Patterns to I can damage the back of the eye I In the complaint.The later .than August 12, A. D.
I name of the 1963.
court in which
I Choose from. 1! similar to the way a magnifying this suit has been Instituted \. the It you fall to do so. decree pro
Mattresses & Box Springs INDIA'S WEAVERS glass can be used to burna Circuit Court of the Seventh, Judicial confesso will be entered against
Made to Order Also Renovated 1! Hand-weaving of and Circuit Flagler County, you for the relelf demanded In the
rugs I hole in a piece of paper. Florida, and the abbreviated title bill of complaint. The nature of
PRICES REASONABLE. fabrics engage more than two I of this cause la Johnson v. John- said suit being for divorce. .,
"There is for this kind
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED no cure son. | WITNESS my hand an seal of
. Just million pe6ple'in India. The art of damage'to (the eye,"' Simmons It 1* hereby ordered nhat ibis said Court this 8tb._dajn offJuly
near as your order and notice shall be published A. T). 1963.
p Phone or Post Office of rug weaving came with the said.It. once a week for four consecutive (Official Seal\) '.

Drop Us A Card or Call I Mogul emperor, Akbar, and has is said the safest way to newspaper weeks In The published Flagler In Tribune Bunneil a, Clerk E. A. SMYTHE of said Circuit Court

Free Pick-up & Delivery I IAJ 4 survived a century of comp "KlMirlar- Pnnntv 1<' ...IH<. Anti hawIng By Julia R. Harvey
a general-circulation ;
in Clerk
Flag Deputy
.A.' -*- _- -__ -- _- A .! _*. A A_* Ji: tltlon with machines. ler County Florkla. July 11-18-25 & Aug. 1--4tcIV
- WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
- -- -- WANT
HTATH: HANK NO. 401 said Circuit Court of Flagler Tin COUNTY JUIJfiR'S! COURT
iiFl'OItT: OF CONDITION OF "cnrr/HN!* HANK OF IIUNNKM/ County Florida and the seal of iAM) FOR rrAri.iu COUNT -
III'MVKM' |\ TIIIO TATI!) nl FLORIDA AT 'Till!": OKIIUXINH said court at Bunnell Flagler \'. KI.OIIIItA IN I'HOIIATK
: ** o\ JIM' w. IIMM Count Florida, on the 16th day NOTICI-j# TO CREDITORSIN
Cash balances with other bank, and cash Items Jn process of Listings under this heading arcS 1963. RE: Estate of

collection I ..' ..'...................."..'.............,.. ...".. ....-...".................'...A......',$ 830.088.89 rents. per word eack Insertion.. ('ourt Seal) E. A. SMYTHE WALTER BANKOWSKI.
,. Im ....... Clerk
United State Government obligations, direct i and guaranteed 235,000.00: : 7S .ft' minimum Circuit Court Deceased.
Obligations of Statei and political subdivisions. ........................;. 58S.9Z5.J9 -- Flagler County Florida To all creditors and all persons
Other bond, notes. and debenture (Including S none securltl HOME FOR SALE-Corner lot E. CHISHOLM having: claims or demands against
of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by US) NoneCorporate 100 x 200 landscaped spacious Suite Attorney for Plaintiff .said estate:
310 Bank
stocks (Including $ none stock of Federal Reserve Building You and each of ,
BAnk) .... ... ... .......................................... None living room, bedroom, dinette, New Smyrna Beach, Florida notified and required you to are present hereby
Loans and discounts (including $ none overdrafts) .................. 1.43.3S6.66I.ank July-- --U-25---& Aug. i-g-4to. any claims and demands which you.
premises owned 1416909. furniture & fixtures $23,251.91 37,421.03 & kitchen. Gas wall furnace, IN THR CIRCUIT- "oF or either of you, may have against
(;hank.-premises owned are subject to $ none liens not assumed fireplace with gas logs, carport COUNTY,COURT KI.OUIDA the estate of WALTER IU.NKOW.
by' bank :
Heat, estate )owned other than bank premises ..........>................. 10,426.71 & screen porch. P. O. Box 763, JOHN IN c'IIANn'IINO.BEN1MELI! : 4fJ101. County SKI deceased Florida, to late the Hon.of T.Flagler K. Mc-

Investments premises or and other other real assets estate Indirectly'------'----------.representing......... ..." .... ... .bank..y;.... NoneCustomers' Bunnell. Phone ID 73105. Plaintiff at Knight his office Judge In of the Flagler County County Courthouse
liability t to this bunk on acceptance: outstanding r; None July 184tpWANTEDTo LUCILLE Mvs.BENIMELI in Bunnell, Flagler
Other t .. . .. .. .. County.
Other rassets ::::: : ":::.:" :: .:::: ::::::::::::?:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::: uunTOTAL } --- -- --- Defendant the"Florida date within of the six: months from
NOTICE TO U"NU: first publication
4 lots west
buy on
..? ASSETS. . .. ... ..................................................................$3.830.981.4! THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: hereof.presented All claims and demands not
side of Central Avenue in Flag- LUCILLE M. BEMMELI within the time and In
138 Leghorn the manner prescribed
I.UUlI.ITIWIl ler Beach. Write Rt. 1, Box 81, be barred herein shall
partnershl'ps Somerville New Jersey as provided by law.
Demand deposits of individuals and corporatlonsJl.UZ.960.S4
Tim and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships I and Bunnell. ... July 18-3tc'hereby notified that a Dated June 21st, A. D. 1963.

corporations ....... "..?.........'.. ....?.,.-.............. .._. .... ... ..--...........'-'...- 1,627,697.78 the' above n'ej again you In /First' publication: June 27, 1963.
Deposits of United States Government (Including i postal av- entitled cause; and you SJadwlga Bankowskl
) ..... ..,. .. ..... ..... 10000.00 FOR RENT-2 bedroom home, are hereby required to Ale your answer As Administratrix of the E..
of States and political subdivisions: ........... ......... 4J4OS4.89 2 baths, large living room with the Clerk of this Court tate of dWalter Bankowskl
piifi j of banks .. .. .... ... ? .. .. ......_.-............. .-.....:.;:... .....: : None the and to serve a copy thereof upon
and officers' checks, etc ...........................:..... -...--. 1T'464 dining room, kitchen and breezy whose plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney MiTPiSTS&ECUT m OR AD-
TOTAl PEl'OHITR ..............................................................!3.192,157.75a in RAY name and address Is:
( ) Total demand deposits .....................__........-... 1.395.739.16Mo porch Hillcrest section, Flag- Selden 8ELDRN Building The above notice must be pub-
(b ltra Total hen savings deposits ...... ...-..' ...81,796.417.89 lear Beach. Phone liE 92247. I Daytona Beach Florida lished In a newspaper published In
or liens bank and $ none 'Ialrler County
$none on premises not once a week for
on real estate ......................................................_............................._.... None 19H3.later than August ZOth. A. D. four (4) publications, and the proof
Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed money........... None FOR RENT-furnished.. cottage It you fall to do ff. such publication (which will be
to decree
Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding pro by the
.. None 1 bedroom, $40.00 per month. ronfetiso will be entered against fnUrh'.ecVce.U paper) filed

Other llabllltlea :::::::::?:::::::::::::::::_::::::.?.::::::::::.?.::::::::::::::::::::::='T::::::: None Phone ID 73304. 5-9-tf you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature In the of June T. K.21 MCKNIGHT county judge
said null July 4-1)-I8-4to
TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................................................................... being for hand divorce.
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex yviTNESS Court this my 16th day and of seal of IX Tllf] CIRCUIT COURT OF
Capital: a) total value 8100.000.00 I apartment, screen porch. IN CHANCKRY
marrgcnk..ttooCt par I (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE NO 4687
(b) r i par value ( None, total retlrabtevalue Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf Clerk NORAH OEARIGHTY
| None ? .. !......... .. ........-... 100.000.00 By Julia of said Circuit Court Plaintiff
(c) Capital notes and debentures i None.:::::::::::.:::::-::: r n. Harvey v..
Surplus .,. .. ....... .. ... ISO.000.00 WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus July AUIir.If f Clerk JOHN K. GEARIGHTY
tTndlvldedwprotts. '' :::::L ZZ:::;:"I": : "--...::::::::::l.::::::::::::::::.,....:...:- :: 65.3J3.74: : tomers. Call Harris 1S-25 & - c Defendant
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) ...... 22.tOO.00 Appliance & I I.V TIIK COUNTY JHH1K'! COURT NOTICE
---- Gas. ID T-3367, Bunnell, Florida. IN AND THE STATE OF FLORiDAUTO
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..............................................-............ 838.828.74 Aug 3OUcSEPTIC I FLORIDA FOR KI.AGLKR IN PROBATE COUNTY JOHN K. OEARIGHTY; :
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......................13.830.981.48 ELLEN C. PAYNTAR.OF deceased. post whole office place address ot re are unknown
'MF.MORANOA The State of Florida to all bene suit has been that a
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other reasonable prices. Call George I ficiaries of the estate of Ellen C. the above entitled tiled against you In
purposes (Including notes and bills 1 rediscounted and securities I Payntar, deceased cause; and you
sold with agreement to repurchase) .............. ..-.-..... :394,000.00 Jarosz ID 73410. I Helen P. Qolsan),, and(other all\ other than are hereby with the required ktoorlhr.o answer -
(a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation persons concerned. .
reserves of ...."..............?......?.._.. ..'..".......''. ........"..................... . .... 32.500.00b 1247.25 p. You are hereby notified that the And plaintiff to serve a copy thereof upon
(b) Securities as shown above are: after deduction of valuation; petition has been a and laintlff a
r of '.. .". ?...... ...... ... .... '.. ....'.......'.........'.'........._.'.."......_.,......, None praying for a determination tiled In said of Court the whose RAY name address rforneT.:
I. Charles ;i. Creal.; President, of the above-named bank do solemnly beneficiaries, heirs legatees or dei Selden SELDEN
swear that this report of condition ,Is true and correct to the best of JOHNSTON'Si'LAGLER vlsees of the estate of Ellen C. Daytona Building
my knowledge and belief. Florida
Correct-Attest: CHARLES E. CREAL BEACH REALTY CO. i!i r'JaR Oolsan.deceased and you other are here-than not later than July n. .&. D. Wl.
TOM E. HOLDEN! .OTS I by required file your written de confesso fall no
O.iL\1 ALFORD I tenses thereto (40) will entered I against
J. CREAL I WATER FRONT, FARMS, I days after the ft \\hl'brflio orposting You b111 for J the relief demanded In i the
It. W. CODY hereof. Should you fall of complaint The nature of
H. CLEOO ACREAGE ; therein decree will be entered in said suit being; for divorce.
Director See due course upon said petition. WITNESS my hand and seal
for real of
Notary Seal) State of Florida I .nr"Ofm'I ler, MS: ) us your estate needs WITNESS my hand and the seal said' Court this 25th day of June
Sworn to and subscribed this Tenth day ofJuly.MftS. Office Phone HE 9.2242 of said Court at Bunnell, Flagler A. D. 1963

or director. and of this I hereby bank. certify that I am not an officer Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I July.County. Florida, this >th day of ,(Official ClerIc Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE
0' said 1 CIrcuIt
or ID 7-3317 ( K. MCKNIGHT By Julia, It Harvey
Notary Public State of Large
lrea:0. _ County Judl.
lay commission e 1X4. July 11-11.35 II UIf. l-fte June 2T & July 411I54temark




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food order BAKE-RITE 3 Can 48 50 FREE Sift Bond Stamps
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John McKenzie I II Books Are My DishBy ;: Grant To Study A West German thimble works I today to keep busy. The factory
I I near Stuttgart founded in 1807 once sent millions of thimbles I
Gulf Dorothy Holmcms Cattle Disease and possibly the world's oldest, I each year to every country on
Top Agent Thanks to Mr. Francis Drake, : does not receive enough orders i earth.

files for the past two years of I University of Florida veterinary - -- -------
Y For The District I The New Yorker magazine are I I scientists have received a special .
at the Flagler Woman's Club I I II grant from the Atomic Energy !
McKenzie, representative
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i It F: for the Gulf Life Insur Library. : Commission to combat an- CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
ance Company, accompanied .I Artists study this magazine : aplamosis in cattle, a parasitic;

District Supervisor J. P. Evans for its brilliantly designed cov :; blood disease carried by bloodsucking H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
j Beach to Panama ers and its witty cartoons of Insects that costs Flor
of Daytona
Suburbia. Its short stories and I II JOHN HARDIN Associate
' There they will ida's cattlemen millions of dollars
City Wednesday.
... I I I novels are by writers who sooneror each AIR OXYGEN
n attend the North Florida-South : i year.
f Alabama Cup Conference of the later make the best seller I Dr. J. R. Beckenbach directorof CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED

company Thursday and Friday. .I' list.Rachel I the University's experiment ATTENDANT I'AMBULANCES
John was the leading agentIn Carson's "Silent Spring"that I'stations, reports the grant of |i
the district the past quarter, stunned the Insecticide $13,750 will be used to conduct I i Phone ID 7-3532
winning the all-expense trip to Crowd the way they hoped to Irradiation studies with both X-
the conference. The Panama stun cutworms, and beetles was I!: ray and cobalt-60. The irradiation 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL., FLORIDA .

the win. published in The New YOrk i process will be used In an .
City, District was cup I I --- - - -
ping district for the quarter.The first before appearing In book ]I; attempt to weaken the infective
form. j I:organisms so that they may be NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
major source of radiationfor The New Encyclopedia oil I I used as a vaccine for preventing .
experimental work at the I Home Decorating by.. Helenj I I clinical infection. Such Irradiated fire insurance policies we write still give the same
Illustrations dependable protection. But today can often enjoy additional .
University of Florida Is the Cobalt Koues with 1000 properly weakened organisms you
60 arradiator at the Agricultural I and 36 pages in full colot was I would not be capableof coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policyat' very

Experiment Station thru presented to the library by the producing an Infective orI little extra cosLRemember
Harold Massles in memory of "carrier" state in the vaccinates. '
this facility researchers are Inducing Clarence Walker Duncan who i i i H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
changes in plant ands Research projects leader Dr. II i take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361

ed properties and are changing died Before recently.coming to Flagler Beach I George T. Edds, head of the Department ; or stop in soon for full details.H. .
the fact of agriculture.
11 Mr. Duncan was of Veterinary Science,
years ago T. COOK AGENCYPhone
merchant in Nashville Tenn., states that, "this work will In-1 I
,r4 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Fla.I .
The huge blocks of granite and an interior decorator. This elude developing Information on I

used(to build Egypt's great pyramids book holds the attention of anyone the characteristics, diagnosisand
were hauled by barge on who looks at it, whetherhe relationship of anaplasmomis II
from Aswan to Castle Cape Codderor to other insect carried dis- I,
the Nile River owns a a I
Cairo-a 500-mile Journey.Community Just a little old Sand Dune seases. I 24 HourWrecker I *
:that needs being done over aft. "An Important phase of the Service
er a hurricane. A bookplate will I
work will Include efforts to grow
r have Mr. Duncan's name on it the organisms In tissue cul .

Memorial Church in the book. ture," Dr. Edds explains a lab. I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
I We felt as if we were throw. oratory technique which has not
... . In the writingIn MASSEY FERGUSON
.teMe. " Ing pebbles sea yet been accomplished. This will -
AIR CONDITIONED this space. Did anybody, but enable the research to move for. 1 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Daytona AT*. anybody read us? Last Thurs. ward much faster. At the pres.
FLAGLER BEACH day someone phoned the library. ent, (the study of the disease is1 I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

They were confined -to their limited to working with Infected i i Owner Bunnell, Florida
Sunday ,School 10:00: A.M. house in a wheelchair. They had cattle. I .
I'hurch Service 11:00: A.M. .
not been able to visit the library. ----
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H W DICKERT, Pastor But they read about the murder
HVRnVONB: WELCOME mysteries and John Dickson ",

\ .. .....1 ......... ..-....: Carr In The Flagler Tribune.
They loved mysteries and they

'' 'TV SERVICE were a Carr fan! Mrs. Jasper :] \'.
White, who took the call, graciously .
1 offered to drive over and
leave some Carr mysteries with


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take over and we can take a .. I gdP lR: f ,
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD busman's holiday reading some "
AND INSTALLED of those 75 paperbacks about !:'

TUBES TESTED FREE submarines and Navy ships ':\ .................1 .......e.... .................. ........
given to the library by the

; TV BobI stand Gpldings that better sank Then about recently.we the can submarine under' ; ] save trips to the store

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In reality, the magI. folks, who have been dis "supermarket in your kitchen." More food space...yet takes less floor space.'

clan's stock in trade is dis tracted somewhere along the I I '

traction. He captures your line, still feel they must look DOUBLE DOOR STORAGE . adjustable freezer section. You can stock up on

; attention with one hand while elsewhere for what they I shelves-They hold all the frozen and "special sale" items. .save money. .*
\' setting the stage for a big need. I fresh foods a large family needs. Every-
surprise with th. other hand. Look first In local stores. I thing at your fingertips. NO DEFROSTING-Many new models are
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All this just reminds us that They offer quality merchandise / scrap. -
PLENTY OF ICE CUBESYou'll ing chipping
never ,
there are a few folks In the and senfce. No tricks, ,
short. More and fast ample
community who haVen't realno gimmicks-juif top value space See the, modern Electric Refrigerator
ly been keeping their on for dollar spend. supply always.
eyes every you Freezers and separate Freezers with special .

MORE FOOD SPACE . New models are new features and a variety of colon .

.. ,.bigger inside, smaller outside. Larger at your appliance dealer.

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