Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00655
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 2, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00655
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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.: Shelton QSuperrnarketMetts s. I II iWA''to Hold I I People RespondTo I Walter J. Ranew Flagler Beach .

:Retreat at Dies in Hospital
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Blood Need
CommissionersX f:
I Flagler Beach I After Short Illness

r. and 'I Of Mrs. Field Walter J. Ranew passed away Hire Fiscal
,; Clegg :Members Associational of the YWA St. Johns Council Riyer -,' ,(Thursday morning at the local, AgentAfter

hospital following a brief ill-
i Shelton Super Market was will hold a Rrtreat at the John Mrs. Yvonne Field said 23 ness. He was a butcher by months of preliminary

f' > sold this, week by the owner, Clegg cottage- in Flagler Beach pints of blood was acquired for trade, and lived here the past planning and hours of. ''discus
Owen C. Shelton, Jr., to Jack Friday and Saturday of this her credit at the Red Cross eight years. sion, the town commissioners'of

t'- Clegg and Duane Metts, both of week. Registration'will be from blood drawing last week. He came here from Daytona I I Flagler Beach have employed
Bunnell. The sale was effective 3 to 6:30 P.M. She is scheduled to enter a Gunby and Co., as fiscal agentsfor
Beach and had resided with his
August 1, and Mr. Metts has assumed A well planned program has hospital in Washington, D. C., on I sister Mrs. Eunice Clifton the the proposed financing of a

,,_ .,'............ management.' of the store' : .been prepared >the committee August: 13!or'heart' surgery, and past, five years. He was ,a 'native neW t water, 'system. for.1 the- r-tff.beach> .-"> H"" .'
MrTMetts they will 'the doctorswanta'reserve' of toWn. .
said continue directed by Mrs. L. P. DeWolf, I of Americus, Ga. and was
', I doing business'as "Shel associational leader. Guest 35' to 40 pints of blood for ,her. 59. years of age. I I Gunby and Co. is associated

t J. tons Super Market" for the present speaker Friday evening after She will. be in the hospital six I He is survived by two sisters, with B. J. Van Ingen Co. Inc.,

He said they will continue election of officers and Ridge- .weeks. I Mrs. Eunice Clifton of Bunnell and contract for their servicesis

i r to have quality foods at low crest Echoes, will be Miss Etter Mrs. Field said she appreciates and Mrs. E. O. .Dahlbert of Fort, expected to be signed at a

r: prices and invites your patron- Turner, dean of 'women from very much the response to Pierce. Also meeting of the commission to
f surviving are several -
,:; age. Stetson University in DeLand.All the blood drawing in her behalf I neices and nephews. night Gunby and Co. has already -
last week and she wants to
4 Mr. Shelton expressed his begun work on the preliminary
1.: thanks to his many friends and girls from Baptist Churches thank all. those who gave blood I Graveside held at 4 funeral o'clock Saturday services I I financing.The .
were .
customers who have been so throughout the 'association are and those who helped in any:I will
proposed financing
cordially invited to attend. at the drawing.She I afternoon in the family plot in
him in the He way
good to past.
Hope Cemetery. Rev. Thomas I by with an issue of general
said he has 9,000- Flagler Beach and Bunnell also said she will need
purchased a Pinner, pastor 'of the First Baptist revenue' bonds in the amount of
: square .foot store in Ocala, and YWA's and !their counselors will at; least 12 more pints in the, ,Church of Bunnell, officiated. approximately? $650,000. This a- .
will of it serve as official hostesses. Miss reserve, and one who would
assume management any Funeral arrangements were mount would pay for the new-
k in about four weeks. He will Mary Sue Brannam of Bunnell' ,like to give, blood may go to under direction of Craig 'Funeral system and retire .the indebtedness
here about assoclational''pteSident, will'pre the Red Blood Bank in '
be with the store for Qrpss Home' of Bunnell.. of the old system.
three weeks. side 'over the brief' business. ses- Daytona Beach ,and. give it .to. ,
sion. 1 1 The old system has proved In
be credited to her reserve.
Charles Barber adequate in several ways, but
Recounting Ridgecrest experi- Those responding to the call ; mainly'the well field where the

ences will be Rev. and Mrs. At- last week were: Floyd D. Hurl, quality of water has not been c

r'a Leads lee Stevens, Miss Judy Stryker, Russell Improta, David Hilsen- 01 Alma, 'Ga. , .. . satisfactory and many would-be

and Miss Barbara Weaver 'of I Ii beck, Dale Brown, Ward Martin, consumers have resorted to in

All States in i Flagler Beach and Mary Sue Robert Rumil, John Yovanoff, Tied TuesdayCharles I dividual shallow' wells. ,

Brannam, Bunnell; Linda Mc- Johnny Seale, Robert Schatz, D. Barber of Alma, Some time ago the commission

Florida VisitorsAlabama Grady of Crescent City; and H. M. Burt August Flathmann, Ga., passed away Tuesday in an employed an engineering j

,others. Joe White" J. T. Bruce, Augusta, Ga., hospital following firm to make a: feasibility survey !

W. B. Behm, Walter Gibbons, a brief illness. for the new system, including -
led all the states in Swimming will be enjoyed.
Robert Owens, Jack Holt, Fred He was a brother of J. 'D. and ; locating what is believed to
the number of visitors Jo Florida Early morning devotionals are I
Skolar, Etta Peterbon, Charles Mike Barber of Bunnell. He was, be; a during 161, the Development scheduled for Saturday morning '
Smith, Bobby Kendall.. Don 79' years' of age of'excellent quality. .
Commission said in its and
in charge of Rev.
d .ant.be I.MooreiJUdrd..Sliropshirje, Elite =:Funeral..service-wIU..be--held _..4&any-persons-expressed -,
-for-the PMnerof'Bunnell.City
tourism- 'Thomas *
complete report Mrs
/ :' '* : Flathmann Flossie Haines, Danny the belief that lack of
1 ;" at: 11 o'clock this morning in good wa
year., f 1I Johnston, Tony 'Kahlert,I Alma and burial will follow at Ii IiI ter,Is holding back' the further I
The tourism ;released in I
Katharine Watson Marge Giv- the family plot there. development of the town; also
printed form, said that of thee : ins, and Katherine Heckmaif. He is survived by his wife of an1 adequate supply figures In I
ord-setting 12,840,230 tourists Improves
Alma; three daughters and five the opinions for residents and. !
Florida in 1961, 12
who visited
per cent were from 1abama.eorgla' I Railroad Street sons; two sisters, Mrs. Jane for protection in case of .fire. i
Jr. Lovett of Savannah Ga. Mrs.
was second with 11 per John Cannon, ;
Work was started Wednesday Betty Howard of Surency, Ga.; Otto Witzleb
cent' and New York was i
with 10 per cent. morning on paving the bermsof Initiated Into five brothers J. D. and Malcolm .I v :;
Railroad St. from the Florida I of Bunnell; Warren and Ira of Passes
F Other leading states were Illinois East Coast Railroad depot to the I Kappa Delta Pi Mayo; Spence of Phoenix, Ariz. Away ,
New Jersey .
.with 8 per cent intersection of U. S. Highway 1. J

f. with 7 per cent and Ohio The street is a portion, of the John A. Cannon, Jr., guidance I TuesdayOtto
?: and Pennsylvania with 6 per counselor of the Bunnell High Game
Old Dixie Highway and the DepartmentMapping E. Witzleb of El Paso ,
'cent each. original pavement is being wi School, was initiated IntQ the Texas, son of Mrs, J, C. Hllder-
Wendell Jarrard, chairman said dened' about three feet on each Upsilon Chapter of Kappa DeltaPi St. JohnsA brandt of Bunnell, passed away :
rector of the commission, I Friday evening, July 28,
\. side. on July 31 after an illness of several -
copies of the report would be I II at a special initiation banquet lake and stream mapping weeks. I

sent to all agencies cooperatingwith I The work is being done cooperatively held at the University Inn in team of the Game and Fresh Mr. Witzleb was an accountant
the state's tourist promotion ..: by the City of Bun- Gainesville. Water Fish Commission has
at Fort Bliss yearsand
program. I nell and Flagler County. Kappa Delta Pi is a national moved into the St. Johns River had retired about three

.'. The report said Alabama resident honor society composed of both area to prepare a fisherman'smap weeks ago. He had visited here
"and visitors from Georgia men and women who are either according to A. D. Aldrich, with his mother on many occasions ;
I of time and Joyed by tourists were the at- director.
shorter periods
stay active in the field of educationor and had friends
come oftner' than is true for residents mosphere of fun and relaxation, who are enrolled in a college The St., Johns River Valley Ad- here. He was 68 many'old.
other 46 per cent; natural scenery, 40 vistory Committee has promotedthe years i
oft any state, many of education. The society He is survived by 'his wife of
;.' coming as often as 10 to 12 (timesa per cent;' commercial attractions, consists of two hundred and mapping project and will -
and five
El Paso daughters
one son
year for stays from two daysto 34 per cent and fishing, 29 percent institutional chapters located in work closely with the commission ; his; mother, Mrs. Hilder-
weeks." in- team. They plan to finish,
two forty-five states. Since its
brandt of Bunnell; one ,
Of the total number of visitors Fifty-six per cent ,of all tour- ception,' in 1911, 148,000 mem- the work toward preparation of Mrs. William Harr Bunnell, a t

10,662,523 or 83 per cent ists in Florida said theyjfjxpect- bers. have held membership in the map within six months. brother 'Earl Witzleb of.Mbr t
came to the state by automobile. ed to ,stop at motels 'wliile 19 the society; Members of the St John River Pa. "
Keesport, ,
Eleven per' cent entered, the per cent reported they plannedto The purpose 'of Kappa DeltaPi Advisory Committee include Z. Funeral services will be in rt j

'state by plane, four per cent by ..stay.with friends or relatives. as explained in the bylawsof G. Holland of Bunnell, Sid Por El Paso.- k
train and two per cent by busT: Eight 'per cent said they would Its constitution are: "The ter of DeLand, Kenneth Fried.

Among 'the. automobile tourIsts live in.hotels, while six per cent purpose of Kappa Delta Pi shall man of Jacksonville, E. Burch ?
1.216,657 gave' Miami as planned to rent houses, and be to encourage, high professional Hart of Orlando and E. M. Pick. Plan Reviva I at .i ;

their destination, followed by apartments.. T I intellectual, and personal ens of Crescent City. .' r

902.049 who said Daytona Beach, Besides the tourists who gave standards and to recognize out-' The map will fill a great need Memorial Chapelrv, i
and 594,799 who named St. Pe- specific cities as their destinations -I standing contributions to educa since it is designed to aid fishermen

tersburg.The I 1,649,212 said they planned. tion. To this end it shall inviteto and boaters in the St. Johns In Artesia Park' ' 11

study placed total tourist I to stay on the move and tour i membership such persons as River who are not familiar with i
expenditures at $2,043,266,000 for i. all or part of the state. exhibit commendable personal! the area. It will show' locationsof Billy Babbitt, lay pastor Oft 1

the year. Major spending items Thirty-eight per cent of all qualities, worthy educational:. all fish camps plus a list of the'Johnson Memorial Chapel in: c'II

included. 23 per cent for lodging, departing visitors made favor- ideals, and sound scholarship. the services each provides, pub. Artesia Park, said today they ,
18."per cent for food and drinkin able 'remarks about the state It shall endeavor to maintaina lIc .boat ramps, points 'of'access are planning for,revival services I

restaurants, 12 per cent for and did not make any suggestions high- degree of professional to the river, water depths and beginning September 2xid. He 1

amusements, 11 per center for improvements. Of the fellowship among its membersand likely fishing, spots.. R;will also saidthis will be the first seriesof '

clothing and footwear and eight remainder 38 per cent suggested to 'quicken professional give advice baT the; best timesto revival services to be held at .I

per cent for gasoline. improvements in privately-maintained growth by honoring achievement fish for certain species and the chapeL -
Florida's famed beaches were facilities, 20 per cent in in educational work." list>the many different kinds of Rev. Claude Kiser of Knox I'

even better than expected, in the state-maintained facilities and Mr. and Mrs. Cannon both fish to be found in the river. Indiana who has done a lot of .... < ;

view of some ,tourists. Where 55 four per cent in hospitality.The I have been enrolled in the graduate missionary work will conduct !:

per cent said they looked forward 38 per cent who appeared r school of education of the lona, Scotland's sacred isle, the revival which will fun for :j ja

to the beach, 71 per cent completely satisfied was a slight:!University of Florida for the was a center of Christianity in week. Billy said,the*public is I

reported they had enjoyed them. increase over the 35 per cent in 11 summer and will return to their the 7th century. Macbeth and I invited to attend the services f i

Other features ranked high among -'this category in the preceding;I I home in Flagler Beach prior to>]Duncan are among more' than. wtetcfe ,wHI'begin' ; at 8 o'clock I'

: :recreational activities enL year's study. the beginning of the school year.'. 60. Scottish kings, buried" there: I'IilghtlyL ,

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I third game' Monday. All games IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 'r I

the State of Florida \
1-Each team will 15
carry Subdivision of the State of

players on roster. :Florida ,
2-Each team will carry two va.HATTJE. j I,
By Leslie Paths II
pitchers each to pitch three innings M. BOWKLEY, et al.. '1\
CONNIE McDANIEL. the first 12 batters to face him. Defendants. \
if two games are sched- NOTICE: OF RULE NISI. 1 \
-GEORGE KOCZWANSKI Red was in rare. form, giving up NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN #
uled in same week. If pitcheris .
SKELLY CHAMPS only 3 hits. Red missed out on 'B)' LINDA NORRIS PROCEEDINGS IN I
in age group of 13 or 12 same THE
a shutout by a fielding error. time ago Ruth Welcome AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
Connie McDaniel and George rule will be in ,effect with one SOME FLORIDA. J
/ zither debuted on Capi .I TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Koczwanski are Flagler county's. Seville played good steady: game schedule. tol and it was a happy experience and to all persons and par-- (

1962 Skelly champs. Both played ball. Two costly errors was the 3-All players who reached for S music fans . She's back I[ties title having interest or estate claiming mortgage any right 1,

S good games. George will be Church's downfall. Wells hit a their 13th, birthday before July with her zither, traveling west other lien to or on that certain or 1

champ for many years as he has home run for Seville. Red Hires i 1 are (ineligible) this time and the results are justas parcel of the land following hereinafter persons described together -- I I

exciting just as rewarding . .
4-All players in 13- with all unknown
good understanding of the game hit a country mile double. Pin age group claiming persons
You needn't be a zither fan to by through or under
and has played quite '''a bit. ner pitched good ball. I believethe 12 will play only three inningsIn appreciate this album-you'll automatically known who persons known who are dead or 1
are to be dead or alive-.
The Skelly tournament was series could go five gamesif each game. be one on hearing it SECTION 73501-2601 .

sponsored by the VFW POST the Church plays steady ball.F. ,5-All players on roster and I I . The s_ ongs she plays so skill- STATE FLAGLER ROAD COUNTY S-305-A

5213. The tournout was larger B. C. Ab.B. H are at the ball field will be put I fully'are all well known as the NAME AND ADDRESSES
S in in the fourth I E t west's greatest contribution toAmerica's Hattie M. Bowkley ,
than last year. Ice cream and C. McGriff 301 game inning. Address Unknown '

. 3. 0 .This rule must be enforced musical heritage.: SRD Nt>; 2 .... _" .. ,
I cold drinks and bubble gum B. Cauley 4 *.""" ""* rO;" : ., 'V" -_-_- --:-; !.
She has included in her new
was more ,than the boys could T. Pinner 301 full extent. I I Address Unknown
album her interpretations of such SRD NO. 2
eat and drink.WERTHEAINGTON.. J. Hargett 300 Players on winning team western favorites as "Cimarron," Henrietta A. Seibert

D. Hilsenbeck 200 to receive medals. Players to receive -I i "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Address SRD Unknown O.2

GELLER R. Improta "2 10 0 medal must play two- I ," "Home on the Range," Markley Royer Seibert '

LEADS GREENS TO 2nd WIN I J. Metts 'I 201 thirds of schedule. "Mexicali Rose" "The Last Address SRD Unknown NO.2"I

Clifford Wetherington pitched McMillan '.'. 200 7-No player will make any I Roundup" (one of the greatest), Markley Russell Seibert '
Noon Tumble- 127 South 9th Street
five hit ball and struck out 14 S. Westbrook .:.\.; 200 sort of interference or confuse "High "Tumbling HeadingPennsylvania 5
weeds, "On Top of Old Smoky,
batters. Benny Geller hit a base- R. Edwards ,'... 2 1 0 any defensive player. Good "When It's Springtime in the Cyrus SRD W.NO.2'Royer ')r I

loaded home run to give the sportsmanship will be first ob- Rockies," "San Antonio Rose," Address SRD Unknown NO. 2 ., ;. >.

ii Green' team its second win over I 24 112 jective. "Roll Along, Prairie Moon," and SECTION 73501-2601 '.; A '
the White team. Seville ,, Ab R H 8-Umpires will be in chargeof "Red River Valley" . This is STATE FLAGLER ROAD COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS S-305-A ;, '"

Scott Wilder had a double and J. Cade 4 1 2 game at all times. Appealson a thrilling treat to hi-fi fans and '
an ,album that will hold a top SRD. NO. 2 RIGHT OF WAY,
Wee'Robinson 'had plays will be made '
Pee a triplefor Jones 'o' 422; by man- That part of: -

the Green boys. Henry, Bowers Smith. 220 ager only. Appeals must, be I' spot the in musical country.libraries throughout The 14 South E% Section Range 29 4 East, Township;

,was the leading hitter of Wells ',,.; 3.3 1. made, before ball is put in play. Faron Young has a real problem lying'of within 50 feet on each elde
line of State Road
their second game series with F. Cade *&' 4, .. 0 2 Little league schedule and in his latest Capitol single, S-305-A.survey Section 73501. said survey

four, hits. Billy Harris, White Hires ; 321 roster to be ready for August5th and he explains his plight in the line Begin being on described the South as line follows of ;Sec-

Team pitcher, struck out nine. J. Coleman 321, nine game schedule. wistfully titled "Over Lonely and tion 4. aforesaid at a point 30.26
T ;y : I feet West of the Southeast
Under Kissed. cornerof
downfalL j ,*, .. ,
Wildness _.caused his B. Henry 101 said Section 4, and run North

:Mike. Durrance had, two hits. I W. Coleman 321. The bola, a weapon made of 01-21'30'beginning West of a 169.20 curve feet concave to the to

This closed' out the summer i.Williams '. *.. 2' 1 i weights connected by thongs, A single oyster can produceas the Southwesterly and having a,,
radius of
1146 28
feet thence
little league! ball season. .The I M. Yelvington 111 was used by primitive peoples many as 100 million eggsa long said curve through a central a-

boys looked good. Coaches- MC-I J. Yelvington ' 200 some 400,000 years ,ago. season. angle 407.25 feet of 20.21'45"to end ,of a curve distance; thence of.

Griff.and Manuel did a nice job.I North 21M3'15. West '1058.65 feet

\ We are. going 4o have a ball- I I It 32 14 12Innings to the to beginning_ the Southwesterly of a curve concave and .

team in, a, few years if the boys I 1234567'1'11 I having a radius of 1146.28: feet;
'' thence along said curve througha
keep .up' th'e. good work.Green' ''F. B. C. 00000011 3 CLASSIFIED tADS central angle of 16-46'30", a dis-
Ab R H I II tance of 335,50 feet to the end of
Seville 20214.5x1412 curve; thence North 3829'45 West

PeeWee, Robinson 2, 3 11 I I Two base hits, B. Henry, 1.1.1 267.38 feet to the begnining of a
curve concave to the Northeasterly
\ H. Bowers J 4 2 2\\I Yelvington, Hires; ,home; run, R. I and having a radius of 1146.28

t M.iRobinson ': ".' J 2 0 0,Wells. Umpires King, Mann'and feet-through thence a central along'angle said of '3753"curve

A. McDaniel 410. Harris. Scorer Pache. I p I a 'distance of .757.67'-feet' to end,
Hating under this heading are 3 cent per word each Insertion of curve thence North 00-36'46""
S. Wilder: 3 0 Ij I i. .. 75 eent. ,I., minimum. charge. West. 2.,69,96 feet to' the North
B. Geller .3 1',2 I FOOTBALL IN MIDDLE I I line of said Section 4. at a point
: ; PORT WEST GARAGE. "Best 1282.98 feet West of the Northeast
T. :Whitaker 01 0; SALE 7 corner of. said Section 4.
TOO_ LITTLE, TOO MUCH FOR room country "
I possible. Smitty's 66) Station, The land herein described con
R. Wetherington '2 ,0 0( Too little and too much. What home on 21A acres of land. Situated ' AlA and Fifth' Street tains 9.106 acres more or less exclusive -
J. Cook ; ,:' ,1 0 0 does this mean? Too little six miles south 'of Bun- Beach. Phone HE 92321. right of of way.OWNED area. in existing road

C. Wetherington 311 means we have no money. Too nell on Old Dixie Highway. 2 Itc BY: Cyrus W, Royer.
I and Hattie M Bowkley and her
Abbott 0. 1 .0 much means we just want to $5,000.00. Contact G. W. Strick husband. H T. Bowkley. Markley

, T. Spicer ,' :*i.c., .;10' ,0 'carry out an athletic program land for information. PhoneID FOR RENT 2 bedroom house Siebert Russell and Seibert Henrietta, Markley A. 'Siebert.Royer'

1\Ianuel' 010 for a class B program which is 73725. Aug.'2-Itp furnished, $10 a week or $45 per SECTION 73501-2601 .
S i -, not much to give to our chil month. Contact Mr. or Mrs. L. B. FLAGLER COUNTY

\ 2511 6 dren. FOR SALE-Single Hollywoodbed Bratcher. 6-28-tf RULE TAKE NISI NOTICE that a Declara-'

White vf '. Ab ,R H Coach Manuel has expressed with new cover ,in good condition tion of Taking has been filed in,
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable above-styled cause by the Petitioners -
I J. McNab, ; ,f 321 his appreciation to, The Tribune 2204 So. Daytona Ave., the acquiring authority

J4 Rob rston "' "" 210' for all those who were donors Flagler Beach, phone 4392375. I 7.3410 rates. George 5-17 Jarosz, phoneID of of the these above-described proceedings of land the for taking the'

J. Geller '3 0 0 to the football field which, was :A'ug' 2-Itp 11-17-paid purpose set forth in the Petition
I I filed in. ,this cause viz: As right
J. McDaniel'. S 211; really nice of all I EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE of'way for a portion of State
:"' FOR RENT-Attractive unfurnished Road No. S-305-A. Flagler County.
i M. Dozier 311 I was just wondering why is -I On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing Jt Florida and that the Honorable

P. Barrow 200 it that we ,have to do these home in Hillcrest. Large 'Machines Vacuum Cleaners and Howell W. Melton one of the
Judges of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
B. Harris 120{i things every season. Do we have living room, dining, kitchen, all small appliances. All work cuit of Florida, will, on 23rd day
two bedrooms and two baths. of August. 1962. at 1:30 P M. in
G. Wertherington 100 I an athletic fund? Most schools guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, the Flagler County Courthouse at I

M. DUfI'anc-e. 202 have funds put aside for their Cool. Call HE 92247. 8-2-tf Bunnell. Florida consider said
W. Granada next
.' I ISO' 7-Eleven Declaration of Taking appoint appraisers -
M. Barberr' 200 athletics., I did not realize until Ormond Beach Fla. Phone 677- and make such order as .
WANTED Additional full time the Court deems proper. All par-
H. Coleman 200 this summer when the lights man with car needed for Raw 4414. May 17-tfc. ties to the suit' and all parties
G. Carle '' 100 set the Softball field. interested may appear and be
: were on
up heard
at the time
leigh business 'in Flagler Co. and place desig-
We were playing ball in utter HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, nated.
Selling experience helpful but You. and each of you, are hereby
24 7 5 darkness. It's a shame. I believe large living, dining area, car- commanded to appear by filing an
not See write Raw-
required. or
Innings 123456 RH we should try to move in leigh FAH-360.250, Memphis port and utility room, CBS on Answer cause in to the the above-entitled Petition -flled In Courton this ,

Green 44000311White 6 the direction pointed out by 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South or before September 7. 1962
Tenn. Aug. 2-16-23-3tp to show what right, title Interest.
100321 7Two 5 President Kennedy for better Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf or liens you, or any of you, have \

base hit, S. Wilder; three physical ,condition of all youngsters FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer, in land or and to any show of cause the above-described why the same
baggers. Pee Wee Robinson; through athletics. Masonite. Call ID 7-3410. should not be taken for the use .
house at north end of Pal and purpose set forth In the Petition
home run, B. Geller. 6.21tfFOR filed herein.
metto, Flagler Beach, on boat WITNESS my hand and the seal
Umpire, Billy Cauley.. Scorer, SEVILLE LOOKING TO WIN of said Court on this July 25th 'r
Pache. SECOND GAME TONIGHTThe SALE-wheel drive wreck canals, cool pleasant living, ex- A D. 1962.SEAL _

er. Call HEmlock 92321. ceptional, value, beautiful Interior ( ) E. A. SMYTHE.
second game of a three Clerk of the Circuit_Court.
: July 262tcFURNITURE and exterior $90.00 per Flagler County. Florida.
SEVILLE'SBIG BATS out of five game playoff series H. T. Cook County Attorney
month for
WIN SEBIES'OPENER will be played tonight at 7:45. September 1 occupancy Flagler County
refinishing and repairing Contact present rentersor Bunnell,. Florida
Seville opened, the five-game Seville will be looking for its AND
chair caneing, restoring Alexander Lumber Co. Day James E. Moore.
series in great style. The boys second win. Big Red Hires will Holland Building
done crafts-
antiques expertly by
tona Beach Florida.
: just boom boom with the 7-20-TF Tallahassee. FloridaOf
big pitch for Seville. Tom Pinner
man with 20 years experience. Counsel for the Petitioners.
bats and ran 14 in the will for Ocean IN CIRCUIT COURT
up runs go the Church team. In housekeeping -
Harry Peabody 4392007.
.f the
I. first game. case of rain the game will be July 55tcROUTE 1 and 2 bedrooms com- SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

Big Red Hires struck out 7 of played Friday night and the pete with linens and all utilities. FLAGLER la COUNTY.mud for 7LORIDA

MAN Earn $125.00 per Sun deck fishing I. E. A. SMYTHE. as Clerk of
---- -- the Circuit Court In and for said
week, or more. Car and refer- loafing. Day, week or 'month. County and State do hereby certify
I' ences For personal I that the above and foregoing Is
CRAIG necessary. Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. a true and correct copy of NOTICEOF j

I FUNERAL HOME interview in your area write Mr. HE 9-2082 7-6tf STATE* RULE ROAD NISI DEPARTMENT in the ease OF of

Camp, 659 West Peachtree St., -- FLORIDA and FLAGLER COUNTY I
, NE Atlanta 8, Ga. 7-12-4tc V NN NNXN.. -1 \9. HATTIE M. BOWKLEY. et
A. H., CRAIG Funeral Director al as the same appears of record In
Repossessed, due to ,unfortunate hereunto set hand and
my affixed
LADY circumstances '62 my official seal on this 25th day
model, perfectcondition. WATER of July A.D. 1 t6%.
AMBULANCES makes buttonholes sews Flagler County Florida. /.
: us for your real estate seed By Julia R. Harvey
on buttons embroiders & mono- I
Office Phone HE 9-2242 Deputy Clerk. !
Phone ID 7-3532 I AugustSubscribe-.tc-U-ttc
grams, darns & patches, tacks & i
Residence Phones ID 7-3691

:201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA hems etc. Assume 6 payments of ID 7-3517 I'I'or I' to The F. xfier Tribune

$7.75. CL 5-1161 7-12-4tc $250 A Year la Adrcmce ;

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Florida economic GainsFlorida's progress'j"I MANY THANKS .J T" ,:, 9

during the past, three years is _
gauged by'a 5 percent gain in '

greatest employment, gain, 1959 of to any 1961 state, the of To oir many {fries s & cisttners who have been so good to ,.,:.) :

comparable the national size average and well of 1 above per is these past years. We have sold Shelton's Grocery to ;' '

cent, the 'Florida State Chamberof Dewayne Melts. As Shelton has in the ;
Commerce reports. past DewaYlle." ., : ::

"Gains in employment are the pledges to give you Quality Foods at Low Everyday prices .,; i
best measure cf the expansion _
....'._._- ..of existing and of industry the establishmentof and business pus Top Value Stamps. Shop at Shelton you'll see you Save.. - .' b<,. .- .,.'-- .. -. , :I

new firms of all types. Flor i GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN WHOLE ,q
Ida's gain is all the more 'significant
in view of the retard :
ing effects of automaton and i
other sttream-lining procedures,
the trade body noted.

"Total employment (excluding FRYERS11 29'Maxwell ,I
agricultural employees and the ,
self-employed) in the state came )
to 1,340,600 in 1961 up 5.3 per )1
cent from 1959, as reckoned by _. -
the Florida Industrial Commis-
sion. Although five other states Flavor Aged BeefCHUCK
had .larger per cent gains, the I HouseInstant '
Florida total employment is vir I
(tually states equal combined.to the total of these 6 oz. .- 69 ROAST 49 :i

"In' wholesale and retail trade, i COFFEE jar Worlds BestHAMBURGER
Florida stood in top spot with I $ 39, '
an 8 per cent gain in numbersof Limit.one with $5.00 or more food orderHERSHEYS 3 lb. I
employees,. reaching 371,200 .
last year: The national gain Flavor Aged Beef

was 2 per cent. BRISKET STEW BEEF -
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Florida manufacturing plants, .I .-Jf' ., ....
old and new, had 211,200 em- : r' LJ
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ployees, 6 per cent more than >
in 1959. This gain was third
in the nation and ahead of all Bone In 'tb 8ge
large states. A drop of 2 per -- -

cent was registered nationwide. Hickory Smoked In The Piece r

"Florida's sevice establish- : SUGAR SLAB BACON '
ments (including hotels, motels, 45* .
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eta) employed 233,200 persons, ( n.
..... a gain of 8 per cent. Transpor- Copelands
tation and public utility firms I
\ had 101,000 employees '''last year, LUNCH MEATS 4 IQO
up 3 per cent with only one S'.". --" .. .. .
other state ahead of (this 'increase : Liver..- Cheese -Bologna, .. Olive& Pimento- Pickle. Pimento. .
insurance companies, .
real estate, banks and other financial 5 39SIb -
firms employed 86,500 per BEST PRODUCE BUYSLarge
sons last year to chalk up a bag
12 per cent'' increase, the largest Western "
'gain of any category. Two small .
states moved faster in this respect c
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Limit. one with" '.$5.00 or more food. ... 'order ,_. ;
"Construction, with 110,400 employees .' '; ,
last'year, stood 16 per Large FirmTOMATOES
cent below 1959, 'a poor showing
against the national drop of less 1 It 1ge I
than half that amount Miningin
Florida employed 8,500 last
North Carolina
year, about the same as in 1959.
"Government at all levels em- GREEN APPLES

ployed 228,600 persons in Florida, ARMOURS SHORTENINGVEGETOLE' .. >.-.. .-' 2 lbs- Z5e. -
to place government as'the second
largest employer in the
state. The 10 per cent gain in Whitfield 32 oz. Jar
public employment in Florida
I compared tionally." with 8 per cent na- KOSHER DILLS Each Zge

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PTA EXECUTIVE < y!!and Mrs. Jerry Peters of Cleveland -I
. The executive board of the I II I ,,1
: Flagler Beach PTA met at the; Betty Meadows advises that
;, home of Mrs. Leonard Johnsonlast she is leaving New York this
Wednesday night to discuss)I week for a government assignment Copeland's Tender SmokedPICNICS U. S. Choice

:.. plans for the year. \i in Honolulu, where she
f. r Officers and chairmen for the J JI will be for a short time. LB. Lb
= I 35 Club Steaks 89cTender
ensuing, year are: :Mrs.Leonard j r' ,
Johnson, president; Mrs. Charles:
Meekins, vice president; Mrs. I
) Bryce feeler, secretary; Mrs.I his weeks \< II Copeland's Lean Meat Sliced Baby Beef
t Bob Whitney, treasurer; Mrs.!,
1 Robert' Owens, publicity; Mrs.t >/ patterns.* mn

',;,. Grady Bernie Wilson Prather, ,program: membership; Mrs.; V_* A imAJ I Franks fi. 39* LIVER 49 :

Ii. Mrs. Allen Reynolds, hospitality;
. Mrs. V. W. Haines, devotional; A Scoop for Printm''r I

: Mrs. Bill Tidwell, carnival; andJ I Palm River SLICEDBACON Fresh Boston Butt
1 Mrs. Richard Littlefield, co-

, MRS.carnival.STEVENS HONORED, POUND 55* Pork Roast 49*

The WMU of the Baptist
;' Church gave Mrs., Atlee Stevens I '
stork, shower last Saturday
a -
<; 4 oz. Lipton J 5 Ib Bag HersheysSUGAR -
l afternoon with about 25 guests
t"' present Bootes, storks, flowers,I 4 ;:)

to and the stuffed decoration animals and contributed was arranged -I TEA SPkgs ::$$100 Bag 39 -
r by the YWA Girls. I ,, try tb i'I
4 ,The girls were, also present to I -
! serve>..,cake with pink and blue rni s o,
bootees for decoration and punchto ; Limit 3 Limit 1
. the guests. Gaines were play
, ed and prizes were wonby Mrs. 14 3152 44 With $5.00 or More Food:.Order With $5.00 or More Food Order
Ethel .Rumill and Mrs. Grace
ClayI :', : ,1 None Panel
f. r 53 2Y2 Can Food KingPEARS 46 oz. Del Monte Blended
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l Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Radford 3 FOR r ,PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
arrived last Thursday from $lOO 4 FOR 00I
Charlotte, :N.c., for a week's DRINK $1
vacation at Flagler Beach. While HALVES' -
here they will be visiting with
Mrs. Radford's brother and family

i' Mr.:, ,and Mrs. J. -A. Babbitt, 46 oz. Hi CORANGEADE I 2Vz Size Can Shurfine Fruit P.
and several other relatives.

1 " 3. For OQC 00
:Miss Ann Meekins has been Cocktail.CAMS $1

visiting for ,the past.week with Drttt Pattern No. 3152. A Scoop for or WELCHADE .qt. 0.9Y .
her grandmother, .Mrs.' .. Sam Print. The flattery of the pretty scoop-
Walts, in DeLand. neck,and the graciou line of the flared
skirt male this, an Ideal,design for a 64 Count Tetley or Tender Leaf
12 oz. Jiffy
floral print. No. 3152 comet in sizes 14,
Miss Jean :Mitchell returnedto 16, 18, 20, 42 and 44..Size 16 fakes 5 PEANUTBUTTER
. Montgomery, Ala., after:visit yards of 35-lncfr. fabric or-3'/j yards of PKG. *
ing with 'her aunt, Mrs. George 44-inch. Tea Bags 63 JAR *
:Moody, Sr Miss: Mitchell, Mrs. Needlework Pattern No. 535. Horse 35
Panel. This beautiful picture of horse
Moody and Mrs. Moody's daughter and coif i$ embroidered with, simple
Miss Judy Frances Dodson, stitches. "', an Ideal' gift. Hot-iron transfer -
motored. {to, Melbourne Beach to pattern measures about 12t/ by 17 300 Size 6 for
inches with Instructions.Ask for 15 Jar Musselman's APPLE
complete oz. ,r
visit ax'former Alabama neigh Showboat PORK & BEANS
No. 535. Our Needlework Catalog containing -
bor of theirs, Mrs. J. P. Noland.|': coupon for selecting one pattern 2
Sunday Mr. Moody accompanied free it 50 cents. Bush KIDNEY BEANS 59 SAUCE *
the threesome to Weeki Wachee Send each.needl.work 35c for each pattern dress pattern add-5cor, 25cfor 'I FOR3.3;
and Springs. each pattern'for third class mailing and I
lOc for each pattern for first class mailIng I
Paul Johnson and Jim Perry ) to -AUDREY lANE BUREAU, Box Shurfine SALADDressing
arrived Tuesday night from 3490, New York J, N.Y. I 15 oz. can Franco-American

Renovo, Pa., fora visit with Qr *
Paul's brother, Leonard Johnson, Gibraltar, ,the smallest Crown \ 39 Spaghetti 25*
and*family.METHODIST. Colony in ,the British Common Cans
\wealth, has its own government, .
CHURCH NEWS its own stamps, and police force. FROZEN FOODS GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE

Church. school is at 9:30 a. m.I i Winter Garden
8 oz.
and church worship service is I 36 Size LargeCantalopes
at 10:30 a. m. and everyone is- TURKEY For
invited to attend. BEER .CHICKEN Pies' j5 89* : *
x There .will be a covered dish BEEF ,69 -
dinner following the regular 1pM
worship service and the official
board will meet after the ,din 9 oz. Mr. G Fresh Red RipeTomatoesLl

ner.The,.WSCS. will meet Thurs *

In day the morning church, August building.Mr. 9th. ,at 9:30 Prompt Service French Fries 10 21U.


and Mrs. John Bradac The Flagler TribunePhone
have: as their house guests her 8 Oz. Singleton BaitSHRIMP S. No. 1 WhitePotatoes
brother and sister in law, Mr. IDlewood 7-3282

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Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Morris ROYAL NEIGHBORS The party was at the homeof

AA I and Randy Morris are in Gainesville HONOR MRS. RIDDELL her daughter, Mrs. Otis Ma-

for several days this week. AT DINNER PARTY gee in Flagler Beach. The Royal

I Mr. Morris .is attending the :Mrs. Susie Riddell was hon- Neighbors Camp presented Mrs.
Bandmasters Clinic, and Randy ored recently at a dinner party Riddell with a gift.

LOCALS. will participate in the All-state by members of the Royal Neigh-

' I II Band activities.Rev. bors. The occasion was in cele- Mrs. Sadie Strickland left this.

,bration of her 89th birthday an- week for a month's tour which
' and Mrs. W. L. Spicer, niversary.A Canada
will include a visit to ,
) Nancy Lee Lyons I Worlds Fair in Seattle and to and children, Billy, Nat, Tim, four course turkey dinner, the Worlds 'Fair at Seattle, and

Earl Holsinger Disnyland in California.Mr. Rocky, and Donna, are visitingin including a birthday cake with many 'other points of interestin
I Bristol Tenn. with Rev. candles and ice
Spi- cream was
' II the West and Mid-west The
Wed SaturdayMr. and Mrs. Walter Knight cer's parents and in Bristol, Va., served to 15 members and tour is mostly by train.
\ have returned to their home with Mrs. Spicer's mother. guests.
and :Mrs. Leland Lyons of .
here after vacationing in Blow- y -- ---
Jacksonville announce the marriage Airman 2-C Donald Andersonis
of their daughter. Nancy ing"- Rock. N. C. home for a month with his

Lee, to:Mr.; Earl E. Holsinger of Earl Witzleb has returned to I CAN Y Tomb I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gib An-

\ Jacksonville on July 28, 1962. his home in McKeesport, Pa., Dorr derson, and his brother .in law
The simple double ring ceremony and sister, Mr. and Mrs Gene
two weeks here
. spending
was performed in the
Knight. After his visit he will
with his mother Mrs.
Lakeshore Presbyterian Church !I i J.visiting C. Hilderbrandt and his,sister Z DON'T KWOW. 11["'.. I be stationed in Tripoli, Llbrai
4 at 2 o'clock Saturday with the RIGHT HERE... for a year,, and a half.
pastor officiating. Members of Mrs. William Harr. HOMESTL HOW ELOISE? X'LL ASK HIM. I I

:. the families and close friends FASCINATING Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
Mr. and: Mrs. A. .A. Wells have ; .
II; of the couple were present. 52.50 A Year In Advance
Following the ceremony, Mr. been visiting in Baxley, Ga. with:
.' her son and daughter in law, 0z
and Mrs. Lyons entertained
. with a reception in the recreation Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers. They i I
also visited with her brother in PETERSON TEXACO
hall of the church.,
The couple will reside in Jack- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. N. t SERVICE

! : A. Conner.Lt. 1 ROAD SERVICE
sonville. Mr. Holsinger is serv-
ing with the U. S. Navy and is Light Mechanical Work
Mrs. Charles Mc-
I Ik aboard a ship which docks at and 0 i : Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
; Mayport. Knight and son, Ken, of Boston, .

Mass., are guests of his parents,
: Among the out of town guests
'" were Mrs. Frank, Mercer: of,,Bun-.I Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnight, FATHER, WOULD YOU BE ( HELL TAKE|
nell of the bride.
II tioned with the U. S. Airforce in % STATIONNow
Also the bride's aunt, Mrs. Otis IS* ALMOST NOTHING? ra I ELOISE.
Massachusetts and he is
v- Availableon
. Masters and daughter Marie of '
' ..I .leave. ,. ., WNo WOULDN'TBE'
St. Augustine.I .- -' = -- : T",' Highway U. S. No. 1 ,
I In Bunnell. .
II I Lanny Alford has left for B "
I Must be Mechanically In
Mr., and :Mrs. A. B. Johnston I Washington; D. C., where he will .
I I. and children, Johnny and Albert i be employed with' the Federal clined. Bunnell resident J

have returned home, after Power Commission as an indus- preferred. I
.spending the past month jtour- trial engineer. Lanny is the son Phones '
, ing the United States includingthe of O. F. Alford of Bunnell. TbM i'ORR. C 437.3516 or 439.2044 '
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west coast and attending Bunnell ,
.the Worlds Fair at Seattle.Their LAURA FETTERLY. 1

daughter, Nell, returned last ON DEAN'S LIST .
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week, returning by airline. :Miss Laura Fetterly of Bunnell .:'
made 'the Dean's List during the

t :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deen and I spring semester at the Florida ,

;:daughters, Susan Jane and Minnie State .University in, Talla assee. . ,: . .'-,, "r '.In

have returned from' a tour I She received her BS degree in '.. I," ;;D, : .r.... .
which carried them to the in June. -- J.tG, ,
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r SAYS the husband- : ,,"I want to The .wife: "I would prefer my I S. -GtF tT11 ". ..
I to the south coast of I husband to my children and .
1 Texas. For the last seven, years grandchildren. I would prefer him
t I have planned to retire there. ; to this way of life and these O ,
I After working for 45 years and friends and neighbors I treasure.He ,
; supporting my wife for 40 I don't is dear to me too. But why .
think I should get any back talk must I move to Texas to keep s: ,x tI
I'I" about,it . ." him? It will cost us maybe $1,000to S .
I Says,the wife: "I have,about as execute the move, and even I : .
much interest in moving to the then I will have to give up manyof ,
south coast of Texas as I have in our possessions. And do you
moving to Turkey. Why should I know why he' wants to go? It's i :
have to move anywhere? Becausemy because be lived about 80 miles P4
husband is about to get a away from the south Texas coast i 4 ''F
, pension? Because he wants to? when he was a boy. He went there
r Those aren't reasons enough to once on vacation and flirted with
I breakup a way of life that has girls. Through the years since he ..
served us well for ,over 20 has been back,to'fish. It's nothingreal -. :
years . '." to him. It's a mirage. It's -( I
The husband: '"This is the argu- romance. It's adventure ." .-?
ment I've been getting for the The husband: "No matter whatit '.... ___:;.;..;. ,', last year. My wife has rights, and Is, it Is what 1 want. And that's r .
even she will tell you that in our reason enough to go. Why shoulda Iv" .''':".._-r "" .
40 years together I have given husband struggle toward a pen- Send a cheerful bit of Florida to the folks back home! ;: :: .:.

them. But does she have a rightto sion p.ndfreedom\ unless he can Choose your gifts and souvenirs from the thousands products '
deny her husband after all his do, finally, what he wants to do? : i),. 'f ,- ,
''I years'of work, the, right to choose A self-centered wife $1,000 mov- .: \' made, grown, and processed right here in the Sunshine State. . < i
the place on.earth where he wantsto ing costs, some. dishes and chairs : J ',
spend his remaining days? ,I retirement would ,be a sorry You'll find something just right for everybody. ..with that ,; ......... ....... .
think not . ." promise if such things could detera I
I authentic Florida flair. And, don't be surprised if they decide : :":: .'
The wife: "I would rather sepa- man from what he wants his '"
rate than go to Texas. And I final years of life to be ." to exchange it for the finest made-in-FIorida gift of all- '. ',;: '< '
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think there will be money enoughfor The wife: "Self-centered? '
it because I can live with the WHO'S self-centered? :' r a full-time Florida future! If they do, chances are they'll find -* ., ;r i"' ; :
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children *'* "*
Thehusband, : "I'm beginning to I When a man and his wife dis .* .:another. Florida-made-product-electric power-working harder to :

think my wife WOULD rather agree on where they will go and 1 make living easier, happier, and better in the Sunshine State!
And it's one of the tragic side what they will do in retirement.the J' ., ,

bars to retirement. While the bus: one who is doing the retiring .. .... .. .
band has been working throughthe the man-has the argument on his '. -1 t'S -= '
last difficult years of his I,'.,I side. But it is his duty.to; sell his :: ,;V; :FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY -- . '.' ''. ; .
career his wife has been cultivating wishes to his wife:.to lure her intoit : .
; 7 the children 'and grandchildren' -|j,( ,instead of forcing,her It is the L '__ :, ,' Helping Build Florida .
:* She IS attached to them'i duty of the ,wife to try to under .... "2"- J .
when the husband retires ,, stand It is the duty of both to .
much more than he is She alsois start getting together on ,the mat. ... J -
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"' These 1 standards include: : I items that will give your patio' . '. .- .. ...

q t dJltv Ja r rBy It must hold enough soil for eye appeal. All it takes is a

! the size of the plant.It bit of imagination. But be care-

( Hervey Sharpe} must have good drainageso ful not to dream up hours of

Patio farming is the latest I': the plant won't "drown" during work, because that will defeat

the of patio farming. |
fashion. a rainy: spell. purpose Call On Us

\ So take this tip if you are It should have a wide base I I

. hunting for an excuse (to stay so that it won't tip over in the EAGLE EMBLEM SINCE 1732

=. out of the sweat-drenching sun. wind. } -. :
; The bald eagle,. adopted as a I '
The container must resist rustor I
'i Setting a slow gait is the secret national emblem of the United l'
rot, because moisture will be : i
for this type of fashionable States in 1782, is waning. Fewer ;: L :,
farming. By near-zero activity liner is in than 500 pairs survive south of When '
; wooden good a "
you can keep cool. metal container, becausemetal Canada. For years they were 'T: <:: ,

When the temperature rises, gets hot in the sun. hunted for bounty. Now federal

relax on the shady side of the A large interesting shaped law protects them.IN .

t" patio. A hammock is essential boulder that is a castoff of a THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -

for.athis. activity, because most road building project, can_ be JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN -
:' gardeners do their best planning made the center of attractionin KLACLKR, :STATE OF FLORIDA;

I_, when reclining. the center of a patio. Some MENTORY IN CHANCERY.DAVIS.CAMS: NO. 44b6 You Need

If your conscience finds you "rocks" that were part of a -vs- Plaintiff. I .

hard pressed for thinking ma- cavern are ideal because they I JOHN D. DAVIS Defendant. I

write county have built-in containers for ,
r terial, then your I NOTICE TO APPEAR

agent for several publications on plants +and make an ideal way I THE STATE JOHN D.OF DAVIS.FLORIDA. TO:

ornamentals. This requires lit- to display a cactus collection. Residence Unknown
tIe effort, as the mail ,man may There are hundreds of other I a suit for divorce has been
the pamphlets to the filed against you in the above .entitled -
deliver IW THE COUNTY JUDGE'S: COURTIN I cause and you are hereby
patio while making a short cut AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- required to serve upon Plaintiff's GOODPrinting
TY FLORIDA. FILE NO. 625 j I Attorney whose name and address
across your lot. IN RE: ESTATE OF appear hereon. your written defense -
,' If the situation becomes acute David Stevenson Deceased. if any to the Complaint in
NOTICE OF PROBATE said suit on or before the 23rd day
: and requires work, then perform TO ALL; PERSONS INTERESTEDIN ot August. 1962. else decree pro
the windward side THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- confesso will be entered against
the chore on CEDENT:
of an electric fan that's' blow- You are hereby notified that a you.WITNESS my hand and seal of
written Instrument purporting to said court this 18th day of July.
ing across a cake of ice. be the last will and testament of 1962.
not adeptat said decedent has been admittedto (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE.
Some gardeners Clerk of said Court
,: probate In said Court. .
loafing. So when every meansof You are hereby commanded within W. I* .Wadsworth
P. O. Box
six calendar months from the 396
falls ithen
procrastination date of the first publication of this Bunnell. Florida
brighteningup notice to in said Court and Attorney for Plaintiff.
think of methods of appear July 26 & Aug.9164tc
show cause if any you can why
the patio. One suggestion the action of said Court in admit- IN THE CIRCUIT SEV- I
ting said will to should COURT
in portable pots. ENTH JUDICIAL
to try flowers not stand unrevoked.Seal CIRCUIT IN
County Judge of Flagler
include NO. 4487GLADYS :
e oatdoor'.livlng room County Florida. M. TIMMONS. .
petunias, First publication of this notice
cockscomb geraniums, Plaintiff
on 2nd day of August 1962.
marigolds and bachelor buttons.I August Z-9-16-23-4tc JOHN TIMMONS.-vs- OFFICE FORMS

Later ttiis fall you can get in IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S: COURTIN Defendant. I
the gridiron'mood with chrysan- -
David Stevenson Deceased. JOHN TIMMONS I
; What to plant isn't important. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo BLACKSHEAR. .

The main goal is to out-do the all persons having claims or GEORGIA c/o Inez Glllyard <
the Estate of
neighbors 'in selecting unique DAVID demands STEVENSON against deceased: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
r that a suit for divorce has been
containers for the flowers. You are hereby notified to file office lied against you in the above en.
in the
demands -
claims or
your titled and I
cause are hereby
Homes with Early American' *of '{he County Judge* at- his office required to serve you upon Plaintiff's ;

motif can follow the same decor County in courthouse Florida in Bunnell.of Flagler Flagler I!Attorney appear hereon, whose, your name written and address det 'LETTER HEADS \

in the patio. This gives a County Florida, within six (6) fence if any to the Bill of Complaint .
calendar months from the time of t
I in said suit on or before
wide range of containers. A the first publication of this notice. the 23rd day of August 1962 else
iron kettle with a Each claim or demand must be decree pro confesso will be entered
three legged
in writing and contain the place against you. ( BUSINESS CARDS 1
broken lip IS a prize possession, of residence and postotfice addressof WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL,
the claimant and must be worn OF COURT this 19th day of
especially if you can dream up to by the claimant his agent. ,or SID. ,i : -- r
an authentic-sounding tale about attorney. (SEAL. ) E. A. SMYTHE '. STATEMENTS ;
se Each claimant (or creditor) must As Clerk of said Court
the kettle's initial use. also deliver a sufficient, number ol W. L. Wadsworth I ,
fine copies of his claim ,as recorded and P. O Box 396 f
Brass are filed In the office of the.County Bunnell. Florida
small plants.. An old wooden Judge' to 'said County Judge to enable Attorney for Plaintiff
the County Judge to mAn a I July 2fr. & Aug. 2-9-16-4tc \
well bucket with a rotting'ropestill copy to each personal representa
Live. of said estate.: NOTICE AND CALL OF MEETINGTO
tied to the bail .in another' .- Dated: July 7. A. D. 1962. I ELECT ONE MEMBER OR I
A bread tray-out of which executrix of the estate Notice is hereby given that a special , ,f
madewill'make of the estate of DAVID meeting of the owners of land ,
tons of biscuits were STEVENSON deceased. situated in the Bimini Drainage

an ideal flower containerif First publication on: 8262. District in Flagler County. ,Florida TICKETS( and TAGS
August 2-9-16-U-4tc is hereby called to be held in the
you can locate one. The same Commissioner's Room of the Flag
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH ler County Courthouse Bunnell.
is for well crock-
true a worn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Florida on the 7th day of August.A. .
type ,churn or a giant-size 'syrup IN, AND FOR THE COUNTY OF D. 1962. at 3 o'clock P.M.. for
FLAGLER STATE OF FLORIDA. the purpose of electing one member
kettle. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 4492 of the'Board of Supervisors for
D ItOTHY MAE. BANKS the term of three years and to attend
The modern home
type can
Plaintiff to such other business per-
select from an assortment' of i -vsDIVORCE taining to the district that may
ANDREW BANKS. come before the meeting.At ''
metal, plastic and wooden containers I Defendant. such election each and every .
NOTICE TO APPEAR acre of land In the said District
at the local garden sup- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: shall be entitled to one vote in per- . ,
ply store. ANDREW BANKS son or by proxy in writing duly
Residence Unknown signed for each acre of land owned
Regardless of the container, it YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, by him in said District. Guardiansmay
must to certain stand that a suit for divorce has been represent their wards. Execu-
up filed against you In the above tors and administrators may rep-
ards to keep the plants happy. entitled cause and you are hereby resent the estates of deceased per-
required to serve upon Plaintiffs sons and private corporations may
Attorney, whose name and adress be represented by their officers or ,
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION appear hereon. your written defense duly authorized agents.It .
PHARMACYSick if any. to the Complaint in Is ordered that this ynotice be We Don't Do The Most
said suit on or before the 30th published each week for two con- ,
Room Supplles-Sundrles day of August. 196%. else decree secutive weeks In The Flagler Tribune -
pro confesso will be entered aganis a newspaper published In
Flagler County Florida.
24-Hour Prescription Service you.WITNESS my hand and seal ot Date of first publication July 26.
said court this 31st day of July A. D. 1962. PRINTINGBut
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. 1962. By order of Board of Supervisors.A. .
AlA 1 mi. North of (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE. JOHNSTON. President.
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1111 Clerk of said Court. Attest:
--- By Julia R. Harvey. O. F. ALFORD. Secretary.
Deputy Clerk.W. July 26 & Aug. 2-2tc


ODe extra gallon of your choIce Bunnell. Florida DISTRICT ,
Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF LAND OWNERS
with each gallon you bay August Z.-16-J-Uc MEETING .
Notice Is hereby given that a I
Mary Carter Paint Store IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF meeting of the Owners of Land sit-
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. uated in the North Ormond Drain- ,
A1.. 'We ... ... IN CHANCERY NO. 4478 age District in Volusia and Flagler
* .ptsg Out
ROBERT ANDREW. SEVEY. Counties is hereby called to be held
Plaintiff. at the office of the District at 420
Seabreeze Boulevard. D a y ton a
FRANCES ANN' SEVEY Beach. Florida same being' In the
I mitt 3ffla0Ur .ofrUmttrBUNHEIA Defendant. County of Volusia on Thursday. Au-
NOTICE TO DEFEND gust 30. 1962 at 2 o'clock P.M. for
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: the purpose of electing Supervisorsand
FLORIDA FRANCES ANN SEVEY. whose for any other business that ID 7-3282
last known address Is: 1314 may come before the meeting.At {
Calhoun Street. Columbia. such'election each and every .
South Carolina. acre of land In the District shall ,
MRS. M. B Editor
FULLER You are hereby notified that a represent one share and each owner ;f
suit has been filed against you In shall be entitled to one vote In per- I
the above entitled cause; and you son or by proxy In writing duly
D *t Mt.4 OfllcUl PDHeatMsf.r are hereby required to file your an- signed for each acre of land owned J
swer with the Clerk of this Court by him in such District. Guardiansmay
Pvt.U. lUtfee .f F1agi.tr
and to serve a copy thereof upon represent their Wards. Execu-
Outy. Mulelpalltle tkexeta the plaintiff-or plaintiffs attorney tors and Administrators may rep- I ,. I
whose" name and address is: resent the Estate of deceased per-
... eke State .f FIrMKefcrnary H. T. Cook lions and Private Corporations may .
Bunnell. Florida' be represented by their officers or "
not later than 'August 13. A.D. 1962. duly authorized Agents.It )j
R.teft41 .e.ai eIaaa ..u. If you fail to do so. decree pro Is ordered that this Notice be ,
confesso will be entered again published once a week for two con- I
"IIS.at tte .+mtm>s.. you for the relief demanded in the secutive weeks In the Daytona
bill of complaint. The nature of Bench Observer a newspaper published
at BBMCII. n....... .A4e. act..t1larel : said suit being for divorce. In Volusia County, Florida,
WITNESS my hand and seal ot and The Flagler Tribune news-
19TO. said >Court this 10th day of July naper published In Flagler County. Flagler TribuneJ
A.D. 1962. Florida. Date of first publication

One year..r. 'J.IO (Omclal Seal of) said Circuit A. SMYTHEClerk Court July Bv %order 6. 1962.of .

,tm month. ._'LH By Julia R. Harvey. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS \
Deputy Clerk. V. Guy Day. Secretary
July 12-19-26 & Aug. 2- tc- July 26 & Aug. %-'-3tc 'jis.


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value oimineralProducts I I Florida merce reports.State Chamber of Com- leads the nation, is more' valu lion were zirconium--- and titanium !j!-duction of sand, gravel., lime I,'

able. Last year's limestone pro- concentrates, I'
magnesia from stone and 'cement is valued at""
In State 1954, production passedthe duction came to 27 million tons
sea water, monazite, staurolite, about $23 million annually.
hundred million mark for : valued at $36 million Phosphate j petroleum, natural gas, peat, Hillsborough, with phosphate,
the first time. i '
Since then, minerals :
to Climb amounted to 13 million tons witha cement, lime and dimension oystershell, peat, cement and b
worth over $1.1 billion at preliminary value of
$93 I stone.
gemstones worth about
$20 million
value.ot minerals /the mines have been
produced lion.
Clays (259,000 tons)
were "Forty-one Florida
countiesI ranks third.
in j
Florida from
continued to Florida's earth. -
I worth $6.9 million and sand and : produce minerals. Polk, with the: i
climb last
year, reaching a record -. "More limestone is, mined in gravel (6.6 million tons) carried
of $185 million, a 4 per cent Florida than any other mineral, i I major portion of the phosphate j i t
a price tag of, $5.5 million. I i I production, ranks first. Next in Among all the flags of the
gain over the previous year, the but phosphate, in which Florida : "Worth together over $44 mil- :|: importance is Dade( where pro- United NationS, only :that of Cy --
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( Seneca' Women men were the most warlike in I I Learn Where Your des produced an additional The gardenia honors Alexander
the Six 'Nations of the Iroquois $166,326,290. Miscellaneous rev- Garden, an 18th century physi-
Long House. They were perhapsthe I enue, earnings on investmentsand cian who lived in
May Regain Vote finest physical specimens!I State Tax $ $ Go deposits, and collections for Charleston, S.C.

among American aborigines. retirement benefits, totaled $91-

i- In Tribal Affairs [There was no doubt who wore The general government, com- 106,198, an increase of 18.8 percent
r- Life may be coming full circle the pants in the family circle. posed primarily of the executive, The total for revenue re I Community

for women of the Seneca Nation Heavy work was women's lot. judicial and legislative branches, ceipts was $894,2660,875.Nonrecurring Memorial ChurchInterdenominational

i.,;; of Indians., [But they figured out how to ease cost 4.3 per cent less during fiscal receipts, such as(Ii I
The Senecas of western New the '''monotony with rest periodsand !I year 1961.62 than the previous land sales, sale of investmentsand AIR CONDITIONED
before modem -
r York will hold a referendum before diversions long I year, State Comptroller RayE. revenue certificates, collec-

k December 31, 1962, to de industry.. Green reports. tions of withholding taxes, etc., Daytona Ave. .4.
cide whether restore to women I Whistle While You Work The cost of the various brought in another $175,523,945. FLAGLER BEACH

the right to vote In Indian "On, certain days the clan branches of state government Inter-fund transfers and refunds Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

* affairs. Though the women mother, the matriarch, would was listed in the annual pamphlet -I increased receipts from all Church Service 11:00 A.M. ,f"
: could cast ballots in state and call all the 'women out to plant "Your Money and Where It sources during the 1961-62 fiscal .
R. W.
f corn similar Paator '
1 national elections or to do some which is issued the to, $1,284,598,054.Retirement .
.: tribally they I Goes, by year EVERYONE
F t have long been gagged. chores, writes Sylvester M. Mo- comptroller's office for: statewide systems, universi- ... \

. It was not always so, the Nai' rey ecutive, a New who York is advertising author of the ex- distribution. ties and minor governmental ........... . ... .-. . ...........--. '.
tional Geographic Society says. Green pointed' out that as a agencies, purchased $112,500,000in :
t Back in turies ;Before Susan B., Anthony and Our Way of Life." the State Cabinet Budget Commission County and other debt service r. Registered

j ; took up' the cudgel for women's "These :tasks were not just there was a 2.5 per cent amounted to more than $35 mil- Estate Broker
,-" rights,, the Senecas believed that work, they were also social activities -, decrease in governmental op lion, and. distributions to the U.
r women, were created a little and the women erating expenses which totaled S. Treasurer totaled some $90- BunnelL Florida

- more .equal-in certain matters. and sang songs while the. jobs $539 million, as, compared with million.
I being done,", he. says 'The -:-...: -- ; - =- : --- .
r Murd * 'woman was 'a' :far were $552 million in 1960-61. Inter-fund' transfers and re -"
_ more serious crime than slaying i colonists, observing how effective Agencies and institutions under funds 'brought total expendituresto THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized

i a man.Matriarchs .. -. [' these group activities were, the hospitals, health and $1,286,034,899 for the past fiscal Evinrude Dealer
Chose Chiefs organized their own women, in sanitation category spent 8.1 per year.
and called the I BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRSDockage !
j Seneca women were the ,political | like fashion cent less than during the previous During the past year, approximately - Storage Tree Ramp
; bosses. Names, property, |, gatherings 'bees. year Highway costs were $3 million was borrowed WE FINANCE
t L: and clan citizenship were transmitted -' [ The Senecas, despite the matriarchal down 14.66 per cent; 'higher education from the working capital fund 825 Balloueh Rd-Daytona

t, through the maternal I system, produced.no was down five tenths of for temporary use of govern-

| line. Women owned the children i, great stateswomen or heroines one per: cent, and correctional mental operations. It is to be repaid -

; and arranged marriages. When 1 comparable to Pocahontas. Their institutions spending was down at the end of the 1961-62 RCA VICTOR

fc a chief died, the matriarch call;most: famous female was Mary 1.5 per cent.Conservation. biennium. UVING COLOR TV
ed together the girls to choose Jemison, the legendary "White public welfare Comptroller 'said-the financial
of the Genesee. Cap-
a new leader. Woman and retirements were up slight picture shows signs of Improving IN THE Wll'I noW"
This feminine tower of power'l'l ] tured as a child, adopted, and but It, is anticipated that Southern Radio: & Television
she was ly.Aids 226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001
crumbled in",}L845. Seneca men, raised as a Seneca, to 'cities totaled' $26 mil additional loans from the trust OltMOND

f S grumbling. with dissatisfaction': twice married to braves. She lion, up 3.1 per cent, while coun- funds to the general revenue operating .

f... over a chief they considered a I|1 I I bore eight children. ties received $258,500,000, an In- fund will be necessaryto
r corrupt and insufferable dolt, Mary Jemison, 'in-relating' her crease of six and a half per cent carry the state through 'the 'PAL PARKER'S. INC.
m drafted a new constitution silencing extraordinary story, often spokeof over the previous year. Included lean summer collection months.It Automotive Specialty Center
r'_ their' -,women. (Conversely contentment and happiness, fn the county total was $92,50- is estimated some $25 to $40 BRAKE* RELINED S13JK

t".S ,United States women won, but she, closed her memoirs withthis 000 for county schools under the I million will be required for this PARTS AND LABORFORDCIIEVROLETPLYMOIfTH

? suffrage in 1920; Indians, in. poignant reflection: "A life Minimum Foundation Program, purpose. It will be repaid dur OTHER $$1U
1924.) I,1 i that has been checkered in aI-I an increase of 10.3 per cent ing the last healf, of fiscal year. 540 Mason Ave Daytona

'The present-day Seneca population I most every hour with troublesI There were cash balances of I

t t numbers about 4,200 In. I' a deeper dye than are com- $105,372,418 in the state treasury, CHIEF PROPERTY
I i
dians. Most live on the Allegany monly- experienced by 'mortals. including $28,311,067 credited to IT\T SERVICE'
I I According to the National
i and Cattaraugus Reservations.I I I the general revenue governmental -
All retain their spiritual identity II AIDS Operating account. In addition Small Homes Council, the most ALL MAKES
of wood in
important property ,
as a people and a nation. I a total of $427,888,680 par Agent For
.. Though subject Ito New York According to the Southern I value securities were on hand I home construction is not its

'. civil and criminal laws, the Se- Pine Association, two important I as of June 30, 1962. They were warmth or beauty-but strength., RCA & PHILCOTUBES
:; nacas have their own form of modern aids to the performance) comprised mainly of U.S. Gov- Tests. by the U.S Forest Produ- '

government. A little democracy, of wood paneling are "penetrat- ernment, county and cdrporate ucts Laboratory have proventhat & ANTENNAS SOLD
it consists of three branches- ing sealers and stain type fin j bonds which earned some 12 some wood species are actually AND INSTALLED

I executlv, legislative, and judicial. ishes. million in interest during the stronger, pound for pound, TUBES TESTED ,FREE
President ,of 'the Senaca Nation Sealers protect paneling from'I, year.A than steel.
is a steelworker named Ba- moisture absorption and help record $636,828,3866 was collected The Southern Pine Associationsays
sil Williams. render it a permanent material.I in taxes, an increase of that its combination of TVBobFLAGLER \

The power that women once Stain finishes provide applied 17.8 I per cent' over" the previous strength and resiliency'Is responsible

held in tribal councils does not colors that Jodk just as natural! year. Aids and donations from for the extensive structural BEACH

suggest that life was a bed of as the wood's own hue. Theydo I. the Federal Government coun use of lumber in home PRONE HE 9-2294: I

thistledown. Far from it. Seneca not obscure the grain. ties and cities, and other .. agen-: i I building. .. ,

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