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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 29, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 51, NO. 34. BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR
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.' Cowart Wins ,CAPT. SHAW IN Davidson Joins \ JicwA and CommentBy I dor Citizens

ARMY EXERCISE ( Evict rulUr) I

i Grand Award for "SWIFT STRIKE"Army Health Dept. It was "Back to School" for T6
1200 Flagler county children I

Flagler District I son of Leland Capt. B.Robert Shaw,L.Bunnell Shaw,,I Staff in BunnellNorman about yesterday morning. For At Ci CenterI

soma, of them It was starting: genera
Is of than 75,000 armed
I (BY Tilmon Robinson) one more 1.. Davidson has re *school for (the first time. I A meetlng of the

The Flagler Soil Conservation forces personnel who participated cently been appointed to the Whether It Is back to schoolor Senior CltlzenSfr older adults,

District has been named Flor- In Exercise "Swift Strike, III"a staff of the Flagler County I starting to school for the first I aged 50 years IPd'over, Is being .

Ida's grand award conservation U. S. Strike Commande exercise Health Department. He will' time, parents should assume responsibility I called for TueVtay. Septem
In Georgia and North and
district for 196263. serve as mental health worker for teaching and ber 3, at 2 o'clock HA the Civic

This district was chosen by South Carolina. and counselor for the aged. stressing SAFETY for pedestrians Center In Bunnell. OU

state agricultural' leaders who Swift Strike III, pitted two Mr. Davidson has wide experi bicycle riders or driving a I The purpose of theH: fetlng:

reviewed the work of farmers I task forces against each other I ence. After 21 years as a Meth. II I lis to discover the needs of this )
In mock
and supervisors entered In the a month-long war odist minister he served four car.Police Chief Wilfred Hunter age group In Flagler county, DI. '"

16th annual Soil ConservationAwards ,which ended August 16. I years as an Army Chaplain in reports this week he has had rector Norman L. Davidson
Shaw Is chief of staff
Program of the Good Captain ,World Warr II. Returning to recently many reports and com the Flagler County Health De-

year Tire & Rubber Co., Akron,I for operations and training 2nd Ba In I college In 1946 he received a plaints of .violations by those partment said. "The purpose is
Headquarters Company,
Ohio. postgraduate degree In psychology holding restricted driver license. twofold; to see what should be
ttalion of the 2nd Division's 87th
C.'H. Cowart, Bunnell, selected counseling and guidance. REMEMBER It Is too late AFTERan done for them and to learn
asMhe state's outstanding Infantry at Fort Bennlng, Ga. This was followed by special accident. what we can do for ourselvesiy

farmer conservationist, and R. The captain entered the ArmyIn training In pastoral psychiatry' I 'x x x x working together" he con.
1955 and last stationedat
W. Deen. Jr., Bunnell, memberof was In New Jersey and New York I I It's good to be knocking out tinued.
Fort Washington.
his district conservation Lewis City, a state hospital and a.. fed. another Comment Column after I The meeting Is called by Mr.
The captain Is a 1951 graduate J I
board, will be guests, of the rub. I eral prison. six weeks of ambling around Davidson who was recently appointed -
of Columbus School and
ber company on a four-day tour High After a period In the Panama I II about two-thlyd blind. I have I as Adult Consultant by
received his B. S. degree from t
to Goodyear Farms, near Phoenix j I Canal Zone, he served seven I been a real 'sad sack" since the State Health Department to
of In
Arizona In December. There the University 'Oregon I I years as a mental hospital chap. July 18 with a real case of serve In Flagler county.
I
.the two men, along with 102 Eugene lain in Iowa and New York facial paralysis (Bell's Palsy) Mrs. Edna Smiley, coordinator f''j''

others representing top districts I State, taking special courses In on the right side. of adult services at Daytona

throughout the United States, Rigid EnforcementBoat phychlatry. He-came to FloridaIn Along with medication, the Beach Junior College will be

will study conservation practices 1958 as mental health worker doctor said to get plenty of rest present to explain opportunities

r c on the 14,000-acre desert RegistrationAfter In Gadsden and Liberty and relaxation. His orders were offered by the college for people

farm. counties.In easily carried out. With the af of this county.

't The men will be flown to September I 11 1961 he was transferred to fected eye hurting the other eye "Much' helpful Information is I

i Arizona for the visit and will Daytona Beach where he still had to hurt In sympathy. So, available and Interesting pro.

sta'at Goodyear's resort, the Conservation Director Randolph lives. He hopes to move with there was no reading or watch. grams are being planned for all

Wigwam. They will study Irrigation Hedgers said today that I Mrs. Davidson to Bunnell In the ing TV-Just resting and talk. who come," according. to Mr.

and cropping practices Florida Conservation Patrol will : near future to reside.LIEUTENANT Ing the best I could. The para. Davidson.Claude.

which changed barren desert begin rigid enforcement of the lysis is almost gone now but I J

Into productive farmland. new state motorboat registration DEEN still have to "rest" my eyes after ;

i '". Flagler County can well be I I law September 1. using them about 15 minutes

\,,, ,proud'jot: .. .its conservationcdls- I The1*"1961-63"rertlflcates motorboat registration . VISiTING, HERE .. .At first" Worried.quite bit,. Cowart. --'--- .
rHct*for' doing a tOP-j 9tchJobContinued expired August Second LJeutena'nt Slsco (been thinking It was a penalty fo
I 15.Certificates. Died Thursday in
,/( on Page 10) ". of the U. S. Air Force, Barksdale all the birthdays I have cele

for the new registration AFB La., spent Wednesday here brated; but .they tell me it Is

Church MortgageWill I year, went on sale In the visiting with his grandmother, a nerve that goes haywire( once Halifax HospitalClaude

office of the various county tax Mrs. Susie Riddell, and In Flag. ,Jin a while. Also that it happens .
Mack Cowart of Bun.
Burned collectors August 12. Registrations ler Beach with his aunt Mrs.C. to those who have not
Be here may be made at the O. Magee. celebrated so many birthdays.X nell passed away Thursday
office of County Tax Collector morning in the Halifax Hospital
Slsco Is a former resident of X X X
Sunday Morning Dale B. Brown, Jr. In Daytona Beach after a long
Bunnell and Js the son of Mrs. South Church Street, betweenthe
"Because of the necessary de. Margaret Deen of Ormond'and Post Office and the Court. llllness.He .

The Mortgage for the building lay In making new registration Claude Deen. house Is getting much needed was born In Dekota, Ga.,

fund of the First Methodist certificates available to boaters, He received his B.S. degreeIn repairs and additional parkingarea and had lived here nine years,
occasioned by enactment of the I coming here from St. George,
Church of Bunnell will be burned music from Florida State paved this week. The workis
new annual registration law Ga., where he had resided 15
In Tallahassee done the block
!in an appropriate ceremony University last I being on one
I' we have tried to give He was a member of the-
every years.
this Sunday 'morning at the 11 December and also received his between Moody Boulevard and
,, boater fair opportunity to ob Pentecostal Holiness Church
o'clock worship service. commission as second lieutenantIn Lake Lucille. This will help relieve -
tarn his new certificate," Hodges and was 53 years of age.
Rev. Howard Porter, pastor, the Air Force the same day. the congested parking I
said Financial Secretary L. H. said."I. He Is now on a 30-day fur. problem for the Post Office and lie is survived by his wife,
feel that pleasure Mrs. Beulah H. Cowart of Bun.
Drady will present the mortgageand every lough returning to Barksdale Courthouse, as well as addingto
boater will have had sufficient nell two Jimmy of Hlllard
; sons
this will be followed by a next week. the safety of both motoristsand
time to have obtained his new pedestrians.Last and Jesse of Puerto Rico; four
roll call of the trustees.
registration certificate by September daughters, Mrs. Jeanette Hodges
t Trustees are T. E. Holden.I week paving was addedto
1, and I have directed COURTHOUSE TO the of Hllllard; Mrs. Barbara Ches-
parking areas on Bay
M. B. Fuller, L. H. Drady Lloyd
I Mrs. Conservation Patrol Officers to Street between Moody Boulevardand ser, Flagler Beach; Mrs. Betty
Robertson, George Clegg
I CLOSES MONDAYAll
Lee Blakely, and Mrs. Lady Al start a rigid enforcement pro. Lambert. The Lambert Avenue LIngold Bunnell; and Mrs. Myrtle
gram September 1." offices of the Flagler railroad crossing was also Roberts of Ft. Meade; a sis

;, len."This Is a special day In as f County Courthouse will be officially repaired and new paving added. ter, Mrs. Cora Jones Pahokee; a

I much, as It is the preliminary t closed all day Monday, This !is a big improvement to brother, Steven of Bunnell. Al-

observance of our Dedication MRS. BUCKLES September 2, Clerk of the Circuit the parking area as well as adding so surviving are 12 grand chile

Ceremony which Is set for September t RECEIVE ,HONORMrs. Court E. A. Smythe said to to the attractiveness of the dren.
f 22 and also it sets off day. Labor Day Monday) Is an street. Funeral service was held at

fall In the church" Cora Buckles, commanderof official holiday. Congratulations to all those I EmaeUs Cemetery near St.
our
.J Rev. Porter program said. Flagler Post 115 of The Amer. Mr. Smythe saidthe Board of responsible. I understand the George, Ga., Sunday afternoonat

ican Legion has been named to County Commissioners will hold work Is being done on both projects 3:30: o'clock. Rev. Lamar IAn

) serve as one of the National their regular meeting Monday by the cooperation of the gold, pastor of the Pentecostal

: New SanitarianFor Assistant' Sergeant-at-Arms for morning. County and City of Bunnell.X Holiness Church of Bunnell, of-

# the National Convention of the X X X I ficlted. He was assisted by Rev.

r Local HealthDepartment Legion In Miami September According to a writeup In the I Russell Stewart of (the Pentecostal
612. BUDDY BARROW Holiness Church of Jack.
Florida Times Union former residents
RECEIVES NEW RATE ,i Rev. and Mrs. J. M. De sonville Beach.ROTARY .
AT KEESLER HELD
NOTICE GIVEN TO Vette of Tallahassee observed
j Eugene? C. Holly, recently ap- TEENAGE DRIVERS Claude II. Barrow of Bunnell, r their Fiftieth Wedding Annl-
iolnted sanitarian for Flagler t has been CLUB
promoted to airman .
All violators with restricted I versary In Tallahassee on August
Bounty Health Department, has
j'"t second class In the United
I I
roved here and assumed his licenses and those with no drivers States Air Force. I 20. They were honored at i TO SEE RACING

1 duties as a member of the statr.1 j (Signed license) must be stopped. Airman Barrow Is present a I I, Open Rev.House.Devette was pastor of FILMS TODAYCoy 1
He came here from Lake City I '
student In the radar '
Police Chief Wilfred Hunter. repairmancourse the First Baptist Church of Bun. Harris said today the 1962
where he had served as san!-
at Keesler AFB, Is the
nell during the late twenties. I II Daytona 500 race films will be
tarlan for the Columbia County
son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude A.
TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING With them to celebrate the shown atthe Rotary Club lunch
Health the two
Department past
Barrow of Howe St., Bunnell.
Board happy occasion was their son, eon meeting today.
years. I II The, Tax Equalization I
The airman Is a graduate of
,: Mr. Holly Is a native of Ocala meeting for the City of Bunnell Bunnell High ScJiooL Dr. Robert D. DeVette of Wheat. The Club meets at 12:30: at

I and received his degree In agriculture will U>e held Tuesday evening, on, Illlnolse and their daughter the Masonic dining room.

September 3, in the city hall. i I Jifantta,.. DeVette of Tallahassee.
In 1956 from the University Primitives,snakes, like the boa
t I
of Florida In Gainesville: He Due to Labor Day being a \ The frogflsh at Marlneland of

Is a veteran of World War II holiday the stated meeting of constrictor l have' traces of hind, Florida dangles a leaf-like flap

and also the Korean War. the commission has been post, l
Mr. Holly with his wife Lois, poned, to Tuesday eveningSep" ffonfVeptiles which had legs;' ace r'octopus Is a achy creature that top of Its head. This serves
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and their son, Billy, are residing I tember 3, at Ri o" cjc JgN 4 cording ito Ross Alan} ,Jherpetollglset !.- prefers ,to be left alone, say observers as bait to attract small edible

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Opp rtunity----- I'ricultural' Extension Service.A I At the University of Florida,, tree farms, its 700,000 awes of
total of $10 billion is In.//Ir College of Agriculture, 80 students citrus groveS, and from Its 8,000. I
Waits for High .I vested each year in graduate each year witha 000 acres of .ranches and farms
biggest business "agribusiness." B. 9, degree, and 40 graduate I reports Cake. "With these statistics I! s
School GradsSchool Today's consumers demand with A M. S. or a Ph. D. In agri it Is easy to see the need i I RU
I more thus calling for a great culture. ''In Florida for qualified graduates
bells are ringing once expansion in agribusiness, an Of the students graduating in in agribusiness to fill the
again, to recall students froma expansion that cannot take 1962 and 1963, approximately 50 numerous opportunities" Cake I
summer of relaxation and fun.j place without men and womento / per cent entered private indus I'emphasizes. ,. I
The age-old question: "Whatam ; fill. the increased job opportunities trv.. Graduate stndv. attracted I II
I going to do," is a sourceof cake said. 20 per cent Other placementswere
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constant anxiety for high' Agribusiness and farming 10 per cent military I Rhubarb or pieplant was used Prompt Service
school grads. i I I 375,000 employ ice, 10 per cent farm in China for medicinal purposes
people 40 per cent I|I serv'l
Florida's need for trained men {I: of the local employment in I meet and 10 per cent as early as 2700' B.C. Golden I I PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
and women in "agribusiness" is'!1 Florida at the time of the last I I ment work.A I rhubarb was not introduced into
Europe from :the East until relatively I The Flagler
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nearly double the number of census. In addition, 49 per cent great bulk of the -
college graduates, in !this area I of all people working in retail I ucts for raw prod.j late; it was brought to''
according to Dr. E W. Cake, I business are employed In our manufacturingplants the United States by a Maine IDlewood 73283
agri
in Florida
economist with the Florida Ag business. comes from gardner near the end of the
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) Too Late!' & k ktng fr a girl .
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tt> wear the crown of!
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a teen-ager and single or ma-
be a grand and glorious hunkof tron with a husband a flock of August 29-30-31, 1963 |g
polyunsaturated cheesecake. kids.
.> While, I .am loyall to the I I I The, idea appeals to me be. *.
queens I have always felt a cause ,I know from experiencethat \
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pang of genuine, sorrow for the I' first impressions are last. I
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ing impressions. These girls
girls who possess enviable I can give Florida a good nameor RESERVED WE WILL BE CLOSED LABOR DAY
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PETERSON TEXACOSERVICE II disillusioned. Folks go away I
displeased to the point that they .
blame not only the establish. ,. 1 .,
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Phone
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my with a ,
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For were attentive, courteousand GROUND '
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RCA PHILCOTUBES the other hand, I' remem pP ng. 49
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TUBES TESTED FREE and rebel at the thought of ever 98 *
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Spot-Resistant :
,single resistant variety was I ,
therefore. Intensified. FRANK ALLEN REYNOLDS
Sought
Pepper The resistant variety was
j crossed with one of the large. D.D.S. .

By Researchers ,I fruited.:"bell" type peppers fa- Call On Us .

A SMALIL HOT pepper nativeto mllitar to the housewife's salad ANNOUNCESass
India could become the par. bowl. Seeds from this cr
were planted In fiats In the
ent of a bacterial spot resistant Beginning September 7th
pepper for Florida. greenhouse. When the first true I ,/ .J
Bacterial spot Is a dlstase leaves had developed on the His Office Will :Be Closed ;

which has plagued Florida's new plants they were Inoculated
pepper growers for years. The wittuihe bacetrium which causes Saturdays All Day. When ;

Individual 'spots start as Jpift-/: the .disease. v and placed 'In a . .;.., .
moist " ''J. ,;; :
chamber where they "
point sized dots on the leaf
which Increase In size and number were kept until the symptomswere -
until the Infected leaves readily evident The plants: CLASSIFIEDADS
were returned to !the greenhouse l
drop off. The result dependingon j I
the severity of the disease bench, and after about seven You Need
is a stunted poorly producing days rated for response to the '

pepper plant The disease also disease. Susceptible plants were
affedts the fruit discarded. !| Llatias,. ..... tfcte ... lB g .cur.
frequently 1 i I i "... MI' .void .... laacHtoB,
causing it to be undesirable for I A second check was made under > nc.. .. ..._.nH char*.

marketing.In 1 r field conditions Here the I'ATTENTION LADIES-.ChristmasTime

new hybrid pepper plants were our big earning time '
hopes of controlling this
planted in the field next to naturally '
disease Florida Agricultural Experiment Openings for women who wish
Stations' scientists diseased plants. From I to earn. Make a Merrier Christ. GOODPrinting
this procedure Dr. Stall was:!
have been seeking a bacterial i mas for yourself and family.
spot resistant pepper which will able to confirm the response of :.Write Avon Mgr., Mrs. Frances
cross with a commercially the new peppers within 30 days H. Snow, P.O. Box 4155 South
grown after transplanting In the field. I J I Daytona or call CL 24411. -
variety to produce !the desirable I I
This procedure has now been'
characteristics of1 both parent repeated for the fourth time. FOR RENT-A nice one bedroom

peppers. During the recent stages of the home competely furnished. On '
Researchers A.A. Cook University experimental work Dr. Stall has i j' corner Main and Court Sts. Con.
of Florida Department of 1, tact Mrs. Webb Bunnell
been selecting flowers from the Trailer
Plant Pathology and R. F. Stall
Park.
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resistant strains and mailing 8-29-ltp
Indian River Field Laboratory,
them to Dr. Cook in small plas- j j
Ft. Pierce have now found
pepper tic capsules. The flowers are CLOSEOUT SALE-All 42-48 ini .
from India which they believe then used by Dr Cook to pollinate j I i i Drapery Fabric, 1$ cents yard.
carries a single dominant large fruited In i Cloth Shop, 539 So. Yonge St. on
gene for bacterial spot the greenhouse at Gainesville.peppers (I U. S. 1, Ormond. Beach. Fla.
reslst'j )
ance that may do just i t i 8-15-4tp
With each successive
cross
In 1958 the scientists receiveda I the researchers haxe selected I I FOR SALE-2 bed room home. OFFICE FORMS .

selection of pepper seeds obtained plants exhibiting resistance and Front and back porch jalousie I '

from countries throughoutthe I desirable fruit characteristics. windows nice location, near
world from the Southern Regional I I Dr. Cook explains that they have,I I Bunnell High School. Call ID 7. ENVELOPESINVOICES

Plant Introduction Station pinpointed the resistant characteristic '' 3572 or ID 73226. Aug 22-tf

in Georgia. Dr. Grover Sow I I!
ell, a former member of the The problem, however; Is to|: ZIGZAG SEWING MACHINE
Florida Agricultural Experiment find and locate a pepper derivk !!I Repossed due to unfortunate cir
Stations' 'Gulf Coast staff at d from a cross which has the cum$tance, 63 model, perfect condition .
Bradenton and plant pathol resistant characteristic of the I makes buttonholes, sews LETTER. HEADS. ,:
ogist at the Plant Introduction pepper from India in combination on buttons embroideries and
Stations sent the seeds to theresearchers with the desirable traits of monograms, darns patches and
following Inittlal observations a good 'commercial variety. j I etc. Assume remaining payments BUSINESS CARDS. .

which indicated resistance "Tests so far appear very of $6.50 a month. Phone .I
to bacterial spot. promising," the Agricultural Exj j I t Credit Manager CL 3-8106 Day

The seeds were planted in the peri ment Stations researchers re tona Beach. 8-15-3tc STATEMENTSBILL

greenhouse at Ft Pierce and late. Additional breeding and
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then the young plants were observation will be necessary cleaning; drain
fields installed snail HEADS
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transplanted In the field, where however before a resistant
sonable prices. Call
strain that contains of George Ja-
they were carefully screened In enough
ID 7.3410
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preliminary field tests. Accord- the desirable characteristics of RULED FORMS

Ing to Dr. Stall, "testing the]I current commercially grown varieties .,:HELP WANTED-Couple to run .
pepper varieties in !the field has I j can be determined. restaurant living quarters In.

considerable advantage over Through the perservance of I cluded. Must have experience.Will TICKETS and TAGS
r greenhouse tests in that the these scientists and the resist. pay great percent of grossto
plants are subjected to more ance of the small hot pepper I right party. Animal Land
than one strain of the disease from India a bacerial spot free A1A, 10 miles north of Flagler

l causing bacteria." pepper may soon be availablefor Beach. 8-1-tf. CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

Six of the peppers obtained I commercial use in Florida.
FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex
I from the Georgia Plant Introduction -,
apartment screen porch.
Station were found to I
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India exhibited Intermediate re- 8.22.2tc

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FACE FOUR THE FLAGLER'TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thund y,- August 29, :,f X61: ; II

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I Charging Elephants, Capsized Canoes, 'Don't Disturb Economy Gains ; frozen Consumption desserts of In! ice the cream United and

The Work of States passed the one billion gallon -
Peps Geographic Photogs. Hornets During Some Strength mark In 1962.


"There I was up In the tree -f fI I The Summertime First Half of Year NOTlcl!! OK TENTATIVE'"DGtr

with nothing but a paddle and In 1957, Luis Marden, 'another !j BAKING CONTROL FUR DISTRICT MO1QUTO

an empty oil can." veteran National Geographicstaff Few Insects get as mad as''I The barometers which measure I FUral Year KmMmg, MNM .trpteiotorMth

National Geographic photographer member, dived beneath' a hornet. 'I the health of Florida's economy Pursuant to provisions of Flor-

Richard II. Stewart, found the Pacific oft Pitcairn Island'] The quick-tempered memberof showed a modest gain. in ida Statutes notice is hereby given

himself in this plight after an and found the remains of the j the wasp family, apart from strength during the first half of that l by public the Bast meeting Flagler will Mos beheld *
eddy caught his dugout canoe I I pinto Control District Board of
munlty ship Bounty. terrorizing summer picnickersand this year over 1962 though some ;Commissioners!' on September 4th, '
and whipped it against a fallen A year later, Mr, Marden and I divebombing unsuspecting I soft spots persists, the Florida 1963. 1:80 P. JIrI.: the at, office on Highway
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AlA for of dl
purpose! -
tree in Panama's
turbulent photographer Bates Littlehales gardeners, can sting Its human I|I State Chamber of Commerce-* tasstng the Tentative Proposed

Cascajal River. plunged deep into a sacred well I victim to death.A I[ ports. |I Budget for 80, 1 fiscal 4.Budget year ending September -
Mr. Stewart, oil can, and pad. .
in
Mexico's Yucatan to recover Is summarized below:
die were catapulted 25 feet into Maya artifacts. After repeated I New York surgeon died re I "Over.aU business activity, !I Salaries ............................10434.00
guaged by sales tax collections, Repair & Services ....$ 279.00
the tree's branches. Several dives, the men suffered cently from multiple stings Tools & Supplies ........ 50.00
severe-1 I when he disturbed. was up 5 per cent. Gross sales Legal & Tax .. 100.00
thousand dollars worth of photographic ly from the bends, and were I unwittingly and bank debits both moved Insurance ......::::::::::::::::- J75.00:
equipment sank with flown the I a hornet's nest near a window up Incidentals ............:..:.... 667.00
by Navy to Florida ; i 4
cent. Gasoline sales
I per, registered
the boat beneath the swirling for emergency treatment. { of his home.A I' .....".....'.... '.' .118,206.00
similar increase the Totl\Lyiii
water. I a re Gage; Secretary.ug. .
Joseph Baylor Roberts; Assist.I bald 59-year-old Florida port stated. I A Z2-29---2tciiv
"When I back to !the office .
got ant Director of i THE cmrriT cornr OK ,
," Stewart recalled, "the first Photography, man was stung on. the top of I ". ash farm receipts 'and total 1 FLAGI.KR COUNTY: FLORIDAIN .
sailed aboard the nuclear sub. i I'HANCEIIY NO. 4721 .
his head In 1960 and died with.
thing they asked me was, 'Did marine U.S. S. Triton as both I personal income of Floridians, UEORQK COLEMAN DAVIS, x
in an hour: Plaintiff.FREDERICA'D. .
both available May1 y
pictures?. through ,
you get any photographer and ,naval officer j *
I The American Medical Asso showed 2 cent
Photographic HallmarkMr. its. historic per gains over I>AIVS.
during cruise around i I
elation reports that 86 the initial half of 1962. Defendant
Stewart didn't record his the world submerged. NOTICE TO.IIKKKND .. .. -
I most of whom were persons-I I "These gains actually repre"- THE STATE OF FLORIDA' TO: '.
mishap, but National Geograph
F. FREDEHICA IX DAVIS
George Mobley was givena
ic photographers for decades tive to insect venom- sent a slowdown in the slowdown 450 8. Ridge Street
short training course by the I the stings of wasps, hornest, and for recent months, for recent Southern finer N. C.
have You
overcome hundreds of unexpected I are hereby notified that a
Washington D. C. fire
hazards depart- I ants in a five-year period. I months have shown greater suit has been filed against you In
to carry out ment before he was allowed toi the above entitled cause; and you
assignments. Their colorful I| Mixed Blessing to Farmer i strength than the six month av are hereby answer
photographs [hub : ktoorlhr.o'go
climb
a lofty fire ladder to ob
II with t,
from all over the worldare taro a striking aerial view of''I Hornets can literally eat .a I I erages. One significant examplelof and to serve a copy thereof upon
a hallmark of the i tree to death, the National Ceoj this trend is found in home the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Magazine the White House for the official | whose name and Is1
first published in October, /j graphic Society says. The giant purchase mortgage volume, SAMUEL V. ddreaa .
guide to the executive !
mansion. ; down 15 cent in 110 N. Third SrteetI'alatka "
I Vespa crabro widespread thru I per Januarybut Florida ,

1888.When W. Robert Moore, Chiefof John E. Fletcher clambered i out the eastern United States, equal to 1962 in June. not 1963.later than September 16, A.. D.k

the Magazine's Foreign Editorial up a 1,212-foot radio tower Inj I gnaws off inch wide strips of "Persisting !In foot dragging If you full to. .do so. decree pro.1

Staff, returned from a Thule, Greenland, for a pans j I| bark which can girdle and kill I are business incorporations, confesso will be entered against .
for the In
you the
South American assignment, he ramie shot. He felt the spire such plants as azaleas, lilac, down 6 per cent, and nonfarmemployment bill of complaint. The nature of said

was asked if he had gone whereno sway ominously; guy wires fluttered birch, and willow. I up only a little suit WITNESS being for my divorce.hand and- seal "of

outsider had been before. I in the cold wind. "I was Israel's-- nrlpntal- hnrnpt- rlni over one per cent. The effect. said Court this 14th day of August '1\1

"Yes," he replied. "Forty feet conscious of an irresistible urgeto I the bark off young fruit trees of last winter's freeze is still (Official A. D.Seal 198J.: E. A. SMYTHE :\

Yet : the four-winged hanging around. It shows up of said Circuit' Court
down in a rock fissure in British hang on, he said. I wasps Vy Julia It. Harvey
Guiana." Mr. Fletcher traveled the and hornets can be friend as especially in employment in citrus Deputy "Clerk

Mr. Moore was crossing a length of Oregon's Cascade' well as foe to the farmer. Californians packing and processing and. Aug. 15-22-29 & Sept. 6-4tcIIV

crude log bridge near Kaieteur range with a party of snow sur I bred thousands of related 'activities. THE CIRCt'IT COUNTY' COI'RT FLORIDA OKFLAOLKR

Falls when a log gave way. He veyors. Thrown from a snow j' them to gobble up the spottedi "If the current. trends in Im I JOAN CIIA&CRRY NO. 472

was saved by a lone boulder tractor careening out of control i) alfalfa aphid, a serious pest. provement continue, as indi QDINTAVALLE 1'lalntlff.

wedged into the creylce. The,I Mr. Fletcher fell beneath thej| Parasitic wasps kill many deI cated, the second half of this ROBERT QUINTAVALLE VII ,

impact Jammed Mr. Moore's i treads. ', I structlve" Insects-gypsy moths, year should,maintain a comfort,; Defendant *.""*,, ,.' ,

camera into his.chest and he Only a hole in the snow saved spruce budworms, tobacco horn able level over 1962.'' -.." THE fiTATF10F FIdRiDADTtZ.x"ROBERT "" _

bore Its Imprint for weeks. him. Looking up, the photograj j worms, and copra bugs. 933 South QUINTAVALLE Fourth Street '<

Mr. Moore, who, has been a pher could see the spikes of the I Hornets belong to the super.. Llndenhurst, New York

member of the National Geographic tractor treads spinning six family Vespoideo. 'a division of/ probably housed a quarter of a suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that in a

staff for 32 years, lost inches above his 'eyes. "A few(! the order Hymenoptera (membrane million insects. are the hereby above entitled required cause; and you
an*
the seat of his pants while inches closer and they would ;!! wings) which Includes Long before man Invented I ewer with the ktoorlhr.o'go ,

scrambling away from a charg have chewed my head off," he ; 125,000 species of ants, bees, and paper, hornets and other wasps the and plaintiff to serve or a Slalntltf'lI copy thereof attorney upon

ing elephant In Kenya, Africa. said. i wasps. Socially minded for the were shaving off bits of wood whose SAMUEL name nV.a HOLCH is: \

But he managed to get some Madman's Act most part, hornets live In colonies and chewing It Into pulp to 110 N. Third Street

dramatic While and build a single nest make paper nests The Idea of Palatka, Florida
photographs.Dr. photographing ice, fishermen not later than September 16, A. D.
Meville Bell Grosvenor, I on northern lakes, Thom. to house the community. Some' using wood pulp for paper was 1963.If you' fall to do
I so decree
President and Editor of the I as J. Abercrombie decided to get I II wasp species prefer a solitary first suggested by Rene de Reau confesso will be entered against pro
I mur a French naturalist in you for the relief demanded In the
life. 1719
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National Geographic Society, a flsh's-eye view. He and a' j bill of complaint. The nature of
scored one of the Magazine'smany companion plunged Into the icy Hornets can be distinguished I after watching the Insects at said WITNESS suit being for hand divorce.
my and
i, seal of
firsts 111" ,1930 when he water and snapped pictures be-j! by the types of nests they build. work. said Court this 13th day of August

made the first successful na neath 20-inch-thick Ice!/ II The white faced or bald hornet Hornets and wasps are sur (Oliiclal A. 1 Seal>. 1963.) E. A. SMYTHE .

tural-color photographs from "Despite Insulating rubber ;! is a large, black bodied wasp prlslngly intelligent. A physiology Clerk By Julia of said R. Circuit HarveyAug. Court \.

the air. lie rode In: Navy dirig suits," Abercrombie wrote, "the that builds a paper nest, often professor at Stanford University Deputty Clerk
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ibles over Washington, D. c., cold was sheer horror. .I look in a fruit tree or lilac bush. trained a captive waspto 15-22-29 & ) -

New York, and Asbury Park, back on my experiences as the I The young queen starts her colony eat honey from one of his FLAGI.KR.I> TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT; Of

New Jersey, to make the pioneering 1, act'of a madman." in the spring and dependson fingers while he stroked i it IN C1IANCRHV NO. 4722 FLORIDA
In I het offspring to build the Three weeks after the professor NOHAH OEARIGHTY ,
pictures. I a back alley of Marrakech j Plaintiff,
"Frequently the photographic Morocco, Robert F. Sisson found I football-size home. The' entirecolony released the wasp, It flew back WILLIAM Jc'cEAIUOHTT

voyages consisted of shadow- himself caught In a mob of! except for a number of and lighted on the same finger, Defendant

chasing," Dr. Grosvenor recalled. Arabs rioting against !the French.j young mated queens which will asking for honey. TnEw NOTICE WMOk.F TO DEFEND TO-:

"Sometimes One Arab hibernate in old logs or other GEARIOHTrV
after scurrying over unsure of the photogi i Whose of residence
Washington at express-tral q rapher's nationality, put a curv. shelters, dies at the first severe NOTICE Post i placl address are unknown and,
You
Notice Is
hereby given that the are hereby notified
speed, the ship would arrive at ed knife to Mr. Sisson's throat. [I frost. City assessment roll will be submitted suit has been filed against that you In a
the When First Paper Maker to the Equalizing Board of the above entitled cause and
desired he ;
shouted
spot Just in time to "Brooklyn the City of Bunnell. Florida, for are hereby required to file you
have a wisp of cloud form between Dodgers!" the Arab withdrew. The genus Vespula. which i Includes approval on Tuesday, the and day ewer with the Clerk of r.UI' an-.
the of September. A. I). 1963. at 1:00 and to serve a copy thereof
the scene and sun, and Howell Walker spent eight giant hornest and I>. M. In the office of the City Clerk. the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney upon,
thus make months familiar yellow Jacket, construct All persons desiring to whose name- and address 1.
the attempt futile: photographing the aborigines rections In such roll, 'h'ercor RAT SELDKN ;
Bones of the Bounty of Arnhem Land in their nests In hollow logs, the listing: or the valuation of Selden Building
--- mouse* hurrnw-_ nr rwaslnnallv Dronertv. or otherwlsa. are herebv Daytona Beach. Florida
I If n- - -" -------u-uJ required file with the CltyCle-rk. ri:3ater than September :m
A. D.
j 1 in buildings.One or ttrg their petition
rt'hee
I their objections to If you tan to do so, decree
'f yellow jacket's nest in such assessments and the correc confer will be entered pro
24 HourWrecker Florida measured 10 feet high tions which they desire to have you bill ".fo of, the reef demanded against!" the

I Service and 34 feet In diameter. Thestructure's made.Sirs.. Nancy C. Rodgers MM,.suit complaint.being for The divorce nature of t
City Clerk of Bunnell, Florida WITNESS
I my hand and seat '!
70 levels 'I of
of combs AUK.. 22-29-Jtciw said gust Court A. !). 1968.this I 20th day of **- P.

TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF (Official Seal) E. A. J
SMYTHE
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co i Northern Australia. His party I KI.ACiI.KR M CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 477 FLORIDA Dy Clerk Julia ot Bald R. Harvey CirCUit Court i I.;
was shipwrecked on that bleak : CAROLYN P. ROSS
Deputy Clerk
MASSEY.FERGUSONGrove i coast and for a time believed Plaintiff Aug. 22 & sept. . '
LEE"'ROSS
Farm Industrial Equipment I lost. I TERRY Defendant.

B. Anthony Stewart, Chief Na NOTICE TO DKFKND mbr
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 tional I THE STATE OP FLORIDA. TO: 1ITluglrr. Qlribunr
I Geographic Photographer, TERRY) LEE ROSS

Owner Bunnell, Florida enjoyed perhaps the most fateful 601.Harrisburg County Pennsylvania Road RUNNFLL. FLORIDA

adventure while on his first You are hereby notlAed that a
suit has been filed against you In
major assignment. He asked authorities the above entitled cause; and you MRS. DL B. FULLER, Editor
'are hereby required to to file
in a small Maine town i your
answer with the Clerk of this
to persuade the prettiest girlsto I Court, and to serve a copy thereof Dlaate4
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs at Official P.bll.tl
serve as models. The first to torney. whose name and address Is: f er Pifcllc Netlee. .,

H. CRAIG. Funeral Director ,arrive was Lillian Heald, who ,I JAMES 111 North H.Ridge TUCKER wood Avenue Cuty, M..IC|, ||"|M Fla"'el'thtrttm
I filled the bill so well that she Daytona Beach. Florida sad
not later than September the State el FUrU
Hit,
JOHN HARDIN Associate became Mrs. Stewart. 1961.If. A. D. s

I' AIR LADY OXYGEN I ........................fIt........................... confesso you fall will to be do entered'0. decree against pro Entered at second class 'Qiatter

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED 0. F. ALFORD you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of February I, mi. at the poatofflc..
ATTENDANT said cult being for divorce. at Bunnell.
AMBULANCES Registered WITNESS rny hand and seal of Florida under act of
I. said Court thl. XOth March I, Wl.
I day of A
I.I uOttlclal
i Real tateBroker gust A. D. 1963.
Phone ID 7-3532 I'I'I ( Real) E. A. SMTTHE

I I Clerk of II&ld Circuit court One year ... .-....-.....-...-12.60
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA Bunnell. Florida By Julia R. Harvey
. . . . . .. . . . Deputy Ctort 81* months -...-.. ILII
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Thursday, August 29, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


LEW WAOSWORTH Bruner, president of district 8 of and announced the. convention
HONORED WITH A F.C.P.T.; Mrs. Wayne Bevis,I would be held In Daytona'Beach
SUPPER PARTY chairman of legislation; Mrs.C. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clegg entertained W. Johnson, chairman of parent on November 1921.

I LOCALS a group Tuesday evening and family life; and Mrs. I
at a dinner party at their C. M. Keene. i.!

at. I home, North Palmetto St. Mr. II' Officers and committee chairmen WROTE MUSIC FOR "TAPS
and Mrs. Lew Wadsworth who of the Flagler Beach PTA
recently returned from a honey. attending were: Mrs. Dean Pe The plalntltlve bulgle call,
LANEDODGENOf COWART-UNGOLD moon in Trinidad, taps a familiar feature of Me
were guestsof terson, president Mrs. Leonard
interest Is the announce. Miss Betty Sue Cowart and Mr. honor. Moody, teacher and program morial Day obeservances, was
ment of the marriage of Miss William Ungold were marriedin Invited guests included officials chairman; Mrs. Richard Little. War composed drurlng a lull in Civil

June Lane to Mr. Charles Dod a quiet ceremony at 3 d-clock and their families of the field, secretary; Mrs. Tom Gal terfield fighting. Gen. Daniel But.
gen on June 7th at the First on August 17 at the Pentecostal Bunnell Timber Co. and Wads. '' loway, treasurer; and Mrs. R. F. commander of a brigade
in
Baptist Church of Bunnell. Holiness Church of Bunnell. The worth Lumber Co. 'I" McDaniel; Mrs. Bernie Wilson, wrote the the Army of the Potomac,
I j haunting notes as his
Performing the ceremony was parliamentarian.Mrs. .
ceremony. was performed by the
the pastor, Rev. Thomas Pinner, pastor, Rev. Lamar Lingold, who Visiting with Mr., and Mrs. Joseph Kingston, president ( Berkeley men were Plantation camping" on the old
in the presence of the bride's is a brother of the bridegroom. Shelton Brooks during the week. of (the Volusla-Flagler I I the James overlooking
brother in law and sister, Mr. Attending the couple were Mr. end were their son in law and County Council of PTAA's, was:I Ylrginia.uswa River In Tidewater,
and Mrs. Johnny Lynn. I and Mrs. Joe Lingold of St. Au. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe on the welcoming committee i I i
The bride is the daughter of gustine. Smith of Tallahassee. Also Mr. 10 "

Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Lane of Bun. Guests included friends and Brooks' brother and his wife,
nell. The bridegroom is the son relatives of the couple.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brooksof

of Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. Dodgen and Mrs. Lingold will re Titusville.Mr. .
of Bunnell. 'side here.
The couple are residing in and Mrs. Lucky Libby and I
the Johnny Stanish Apartments, STEVE NEELY son of Marion, Ohio, were week.
North Railroad Street. HONORED ON end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil ) II
I BIRTII AY I II lis White last week.' ThPv- ar.1
Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Metts --Steve Neely was honored guest in Cocoa this week and will ;: 1 I I I

and children are taking a short at a birthday party given Friday turn September 1st and will
vacation trip during the weekend evening at the Bunnell celebrate their 25th wedding ,/ 2000 REWARDS
and returning Tuesday. lie Civic Center. The occasion was anniversary on September 3.1 j
returned home Saturday from in celebration of his sixteenth Mrs. Libby is a sister of Mrs.
Columbus, Ga., where he spent birthday anniversary. Daniel Johnston. | I & H GREEN STAMPSFOR

two weeks with the U.S. Army Dancing was the featured entertainment *: Mr. Libby is now with NASA I INFORMATION LEADING TO SALE OF
Reserve. during the evening.I and will be in Cocoa and Huntsville I
Centering the refreshment table' Alabama, for the next several Lindsay Water ConditionersPAYABLE
Visiting here with Mr. and: was a birthday cake decorated months.
Mrs. N. II. Lane are their son with a racing theme, complete TO FIRST PARTY TO NOTIFY ,
in law and daughter, Mr. and with a miniature race track and ATTENDS SCHOOLOF
Mrs. T. H. Freeman and children racing car, INSTRUCTION LINDSAY. FRAZIER

Tommy, Vickie, and Susan, Steve's mother, Mrs. G. H. I A school of instruction for of RENTALS ON FULLY
of Atlanta fleers and chairmen AUTOMATIC FIBERGLASS
Georgia. : Neely, was assisted in caring of local
I for the guests by Mrs. Odell Parent.Teacher Asssn. memberswas CONDITIONERS WITH OPTION TO BUY-
Visiting here with Mr. and Hersey. held in the Mural Room of RENT APPLIED TO PURCHASE
Mrs. John McKenzie Thursdaywas the Daytona Beach Federal

former resident, V W. Me Gary Neely is spending a Bank Tuesday evening.The CL 22220-Daytona Beach
Kenzie, Jr. and Instructors were Mrs. T.H.
: young sons, short vacation here with his
"un" ana waae, or Incuanapolls: parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. ---- -

Indiana. I Neely.Mr. ;.. '
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MRS. CRAIG HOSTESSTO .. and Mrs. E. A. Smythe :{ .a ,
FINESSE CLUB and daughter, Barbara, have -Y"'..+ y1f
returned from a short vacation .)
Mrs. James Craig was hostess, visiting points in North Caro
to members of the Finesse Una. .,.
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Bridge Club Monday evening at .',
N [her home, North Orange Street. Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzieand

young daughter, Chris, are
[CAROL CRAIG
spending a week in Myrtle,
[MEMBER OF W.A. Beach, S. C, visiting with her .,
I [HURST FACULTY parents. All hands love
an
Miss Carol Craig is a member
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[of the faculty of the W. A. Hurst LEAVES FOR TRAINING .
automatic electric '
[Primary School in Holly Hill. Diane Green and her brother, I
i r [Sjie will be teaching on the Raleigh, left Saturday morning .
and level. for Houston, Texas. Diane will dishwasherIt

visit there for a week with her
IMrs. D. M. McKenzie of Lake brother and sister and other ends dishpan drudgery forever
Wales visited here during the relatives and will go from thereto Does the monotonous daily
[weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John New Orleans where she will chore in one-third the time..with t '
[McKenzie, Chapel Street. enter the School of Nursing at out you wetting a finger. Elim -
Charity Hospital. mates arguments over who'll .
: Gary Lynn and Randy Buckles She has resided here for the do the dishes. Costa very littleto a 1 1 I t

[were at the W. O.W. camp at past two years with her uncle operate.

fcamp O'Leno last week. They and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Protect your family's health! v
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks. She was a member of An electric dishwasher pro- .. & ,:
[Victor Buckles. the 1963 graduating class of rinses, washes, and rinses In L '. -,,, F H "!
Bunnell High School. swirling water so hot it actually .. .
Harold Hoff, who recently sanitizes,..then dries everything ,.
completed his basic training Mrs. A. F. Tucker and Mrs. sparkling bright . auto .?i\ '
:wIth the Army at Camp Gordon, Jessie. Muzyka are spending matically.See "

[Visited at Flagler Beach with his several days in Cocoa visiting them in color and choice of
j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert styles counter, under the '
[Hoff, several days last week. Tucker and family. counter, and roll-around port i.Mr' \ ;- I J.7
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AIE TEN THE FLAGLHE TRIBUNE, BUNNHLL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 29, 1963
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NOW IS THE r TIME- i FLAGLER AND AWARD DISTRICT FOR A Personal Letter to the PublicTo

PTA
THEME OF BUNNELL
Continued From Page 1
The executive board of the
Bunnell PTA met last Thursday during the year. Not only has inform you we still have a few bonds available for purchase that

evening. Officers for the year the district continued to carry pays a good rate of interest and insured under bond by the Temple
i are: Howard Lerch, president; out an expanding conservation
Bond of St. Florida Federal
Company Petersburg, through a Savingsand
Doris but has
Gall Kelly, vice president; program on the land,
;\ Tucker, secretary; and Betty entered Into and carried out Loan Trust account.

Stefllk, treasurer. many additional' worthwhile ac

Mr. Lerch presided over the tivities. The hospital has been operating as a non-profit general hospital for

I meeting and the dates for thefour To name a few factors responsible the past sixty, days, and has built a good profit and loss statement
\1' set for winning the award
were for
\ 'jFTA meetings
and accounts receivables with assured payments by various insurance
September 24, Noverber 21, January for the Flagler district: During
23, and April 23. the period Flagler county landowners companies.You .
/
Chairmen for the year are: were assisted in prepare

t Yearbook, Theo Heln; devotions, ing basic conservation plans on as citizens and good business people realize the necessity and
Mercer; program, Mr. and 16,300 acres of land.
Ray
need of a hospital for our community.<< Personalities and prejudices
Wadsworth pub. district worked with other
Mrs. William ; The
should not enter minds when it the health safety and wel-
f Hcatlons, Becky Clegg; parlimen- agencies and organizations In our means ,
.
tartan, Albert Ford; budget and developing a well rounded conservation fare of our community and families.

finance, John Cannon; program.
Room representatives, Roselle The district has developed and The hospital administration will be composed and governed by nineto
Britt and Myrna Knight; hospitality carried on an adequate publicity
eleven board of trustees which will be a cross-section of our com-
Edle Bradley publicity, to Inform more peopleof
; program
Betty Johnson; membership, the conservation of resources. munity business leaders, which will play a vital part in hospital man-

Peggy King; School Board, The district has carried on anj, agement.

Catherine Wilson and Barbara orderly and regular schedule of

Cody; concessions, Mr and Mrs. application of conservation practices Therefore we are continuing to encourage you and your friends to

Bob Cook. on the land. fill out the bond form at whatever bond maturity schedule you choose
executive board the the district
The next During year
for purchase and interest desired earliest convenience. We
rate at
meeting was, set for September19th. revised Its 10-year oldprogramand your
i : work plan to meet the new have a deadline to meet and a decision must be made very shortly

k and expanding opportunities In whether to continue as a non-profit hospital.For .
i
Jj MISSIONARY SOCIETY ervation. Likewise, It revised |

f' "Christmas In August" was its memorandum of un. inspection and information please contact the businee office.
with the U. S. Department .
the theme at the Women's Missionary derstanding '
of and its -
Society social Monday Agriculture
I night at the First Baptist Church. supplemental memorandum of ., I remain yours truly,
'I understanding with the Soil
The room was decorated with\
tinsel and ornaments with a Conservation Service. JOHN M. CANAKARIS, M. D:
small Christmas Tree as a cen Others include, regular meet.
terpiece. A covered box was ings of the Board of Supervisors, Acting President
I which will publication of annual report,
I used for the gifts
be sent to Goodwill Center In working with groups of farmers '. Flagler Clinic & Hospital Foundation, Inc.

I Michigan. in applying conservation practices

Games were played with and activities under PL-566,
prizes going to Mrs. A. F. Stev Watershed Protection and Flood I

ens, Mrs Andrew Springer, and Prevention Act In connectionwith . ':
PROSPECTIVE BOARD MEMBERS : ;
Mrs. 3. C. Weaver. the Haw Creek Watershed.
Mrs. Stevens led In the call Additional activities\ which t

: to prayer and Mrs. Springer the district either sponsored or
gave a resume of the missionary actively engaged In and which I Mrs. Nell Allen, Rev. Reynold Hoover,
t'i, program for August, "Turn aided the district In winning the Allen Lands, Inc. Methodist Church
From the Truth of Goodyear award in the State of -
ing Away O. F. Alford, Thomas MacMinn,
Florida In addition to the regular
: .
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God.
Abstract Co.. Vice-President .
; Flagler County ,/ ,;
butlets, the district
Mrs. Henry Shlll, assisted by news
3 I ... Ormond Beach Nat'l Bank
Miss Clelly Lewis, served punch began publication of a monthly Henry Burks, ftV; ,''I;) .' ( ..
; and cake to: Mrs. John Baggett, newsletter in April 1962 to better Lehigh Portland Cement Co.: .:;...>.tf. Wm. O'Neil, ; ', t'CTropical

I'' Mrs. Sue Spivey, Mrs. Elizabeth Inform the public of district ,,"'.:, .th'.w... I Transport Co'N;..
J Canakaris M. D. .
( Bass, Mrs. J. C. Weaver, Mrs. C. activities. on. .", Ii"\ '.,v"".'
and ': Arden Kinney.sH.
Surgeon
Lewis, Mrs. A. F. Stevens, Jr., Last March the district initiated Physician

and Mrs. Andree Springer. a "Conservation Day" pro. T. Cook, Retired
gram. Plans are to make this
: Attorney
COMMUNITY CHURCH an annual affair. ,
Pi Sunday school Isat 9:45: A. M. The district has placed 70
with classes for all ages. At the conservation folders in the Bun

'; 11 o'clock worship hour Rev. R. : nell High School Library for use TEMPLE BOND SERVICE COMPANYSt.
W. Dickert will preach on "Mu. of teachers in classrooms in the ,
j"
;1'": tual Obligations and Our Attitude study of conservation methods.
Others include, Speaking Contests .
i p Toward Others. Petersburg Florida '
Outstanding Conservation ,

l ; METHODIST CHURCH Farmer Award, Soil StewardshipWeek
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,. Church school time is at 9:45 and conservation tours.A MATURITY SCHEDULE

A. M. and worship hour Is at 11 : '. I

o'clock: with Rev. Reynold Hoover loggerhead turle at Marine. $50,000.00 16 YEARS .
minister. There will be a land has increased its weight

\ short official board meeting immediately 11,680 times in nine years.
interest
after church services Weighing less than an ounce Bond Due Number Number Number Number .

next Sunday. when first hatched, It now Date $1,000.00.$500.00 $250.00 $100.00
.
1 The Men's Club will hold its weighs 365 pounds. Bonds Bonds Bonds Bonds

regular meeting Monday, September August 6S 2 ,5 S%
9. The WSCS will meet August 66 1 2 S%
In the church building Thurs WANT TO plate 't 1 SO/O
67
NiWS+APEti ADSAYNG August
day, Sept 12, at 9:30: A. M. A
+YouNG 2 5 51/a%
August 68 . .1 ....
WAMTER',
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BAPTIST CHURCH August 69 2 2 .... .... 5t/z%
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. August 70 2 1" 5t/s%

and morning worship is at 11 "; '
August 71 2 1" ,: 2 t.1 5. ) 60/0
o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, "
72 2 2 4 60/0
pastor. Training Union is at 6:45P. : ( August '
2 .2 4 6%
August 73
M. and evening worship Is .
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at 7:45 P.M. August 74. 3 /12,4 .. "?.., '. 5 7M-g
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August 7S .3 .'2" 2 7-10
Lesa and Lynda Knight were August 76 3 4'i" 2 r + 70/0

guests of Eula Lee Moody for :
1 a slumber party Monday night. August 77 2 3 '::2 '8%

Tuesday they enjoyed fishing In August 78 3 2 2 8%

f'.". one of Venice Park's canals. I FAST snY,THIS SERVICE iS August 79 3 3 ,. 2 80/0

They reported a good catch for J. I
,., the day and had the flsh to '
; i Dale ol Issue August 1,1963 1 .. ..
. prove It. They said they caught :
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one more but it was so small .. : ,I. ''I . ... . .
f decided to it back In"J' 1 .. I' t
put
they
:" Repayment fund. for these bonds will be deposited'monthly in
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the water "so It could grou up. Federal Savings and Loan Trust Savings Accounts, under insured bond

{ "J': through the TEMPLE BOND SERVICE COMPANY, St. Petersburgh,
to
Spray, the first porpoise
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successfully born In captivity 1 Florida.

\ .tdnywhe/e'iri the world, recently I ,
celebrated her 16th birthday At

Alarineland, Florida.
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