Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 19, 1963
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: VID00557
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME fil., NO.. 37 BUNNELL.. FLORIDA.. THURSDAY. SEPT. 19., 1963 3:2.50,: A YEAR
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School Millage Turlington Will Legion and Aux. College Day |I More Streets 1

Election Is Set Speak TuesdayTo Hold Joint Meet Will Be Held Are Added To

For November 12The Bunnell P-TA Monday NightMembers 'At Bunnell High Paving Program J

Ralph B. Turlington, state rep Invitations have been recently .
resentative of Alachua County, extended to 23 I
School colleges and JI
Flagler County of The American j
will be guest speaker at the universities to send representa I The City Commissioners voted 'I
Board voted to set November 12 Legion and the American Legion
Bunnell Parent-Teacher Association tives Monday night to add Hardy
to the third annual
for the school millage election,
Auxiliary and their families
meeting Tuesday, September "Street and Magnolia Avenue,
Day Program to be held at
at their recessed meeting held enjoyed a covered dish
24 at 8 P. M. Bunnell High School on October from Anderson Street east to
Thursday morning. They also Monday night prior to a Joint
Palmetto Street to their
9, 1963 from 1 to 3:30 P. street
voted to set the millage to be Mr. Turlington was originally meeting of the !two organiza : M ', paving program.

voted on at 10 mills. elected to the House In 1950 and tions. The. date- -for College. day- is t .,............1.. 1..-.... ...... .t....,. .t. .__,_
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is serving his sixth term. His assigned each year to the Bun "
They voted to begin work for present occupation is an insur During the business meetingPost nell High School by the Florida I blocks north from Deen Road '
the construction of two new I ance agent. He is a former Commander Cora Buckles Association of Deans and Coun- and will service the T & T Pack 4
class rooms at Carver, High on announced the I ing Plant and the Harris Bottle
I I member of the University of post was organized selrs which coordinates (the visitation .
the Capital Outlay matching :Florida faculty and a memberof In May of 1937 and of College Admission Gas storage yards. There also
funds program. They Instructed that there four are three residences and boat 1
the University: of Florida are. of the ,charter Personnel to high schools a
Supt. Holland to deposit the Blue Key. He also graduated members who have held throughout the state. workshop on the street
matching funds and make necessary from Harvard Graduate Schoolof continuous memberships in 'the College Day will provide an Magnolia will connect the
arrangements to begin Business Administration.The post during (this time. They are opportunity for both parents and paving on Palmetto and Anderson '
the construction. M. B. Fuller, O. F. Alford, C. M. I students to learn first hand from street and will service the ,.
Supt. Holland said they now subject of Mr. Turling (Chick) Miller and John Me- college admission people the north entrance to the Bunnell )
have an enrollment of 1220 pupils ton's talk will be "Scholarshipsand Intosh. Theye were escorted to many details and facts essentialin School Campus, and also the ;t'
Things Parents Can Do to I the commander's table and Introduced Bus
in the school system. making a wise choice about Garage. There are also four .
Help Their Children Be Success. I I and were presentedwith attending college. residences in the six blocks included a,
Principal John Baggett said ful Students." 25-year service citations.A. Further details of this activity in the paving. j
he wanted to thank the School Howard Lerch, PTA president, will be announced at a later Mrs. Jeanne Cannon, Bunnell !
M. McDanIel
Board and Superintendent for feels that the association is post adju date. School Librarian, attended the
their fine cooperation in makingthe honored' to have such an out tant also was a charter memberand meeting at the request of the
improvements and necessary standing speaker for the first has been a member all buta Commissioners to confer on the
few while he resided in Cattlemen
arrangements completed in timeto meeting and he urges a large' years Flagler improvement plan for the Li
Hastings and was member of
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get the school off to a good attendance. brary. The Commissioners planto
a DOSt rth N', I Meet Is ScheduledThe .
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start. I make a number of Improve.

Local Men Attend ] Commander Buckles reportedon Flagler/ County Cattle. ments and additions to the Library .
Sullivans AttendTwentyfive the National Convention in men's Association met at the with the $600.00 allocated
Swine ShortcourseJ. Miami last week. She and Mr. courthouse Thursday September from the Recreation Fund given
I Year ClubMr. 1 1I McDaniel were delegates rep 12th. Plans for the Eleventh by the County Board of Com

and Mrs. W. C. Sullivan I P. Shope, Russell Yelving- resenting the local post there. Annual "Cracker Day" on November missioners.
were In Jacksonville last Thursday ton and County Agent Howard 2nd, were discussed and The Commissioners voted to
and Friday to attend the Taylor attended the Eighth Annual I Post and county service officer numerous committee, assignments hold their meetings at 7:30 P. M.
: Swine Shortcourse Raymond Smith gave a report during the winter months. '
sponsor. made. President R They
25-year-Club meeting of Standard were
... on some statistics and"newrulings -
.. Oil Company; The meeting ed -by the'' Florida AgriculturalExIenslon W. Deen; Jr., will serve as'general began with a Recessed! meeting '** I
and banquet was held at"the: Service at the llnl- from the Veterans Ad. chairman for the November at City Hall last night
Roosevelt Hotel.v versity of Florida, Friday, Sep. ministration.A event. They also voted to hire and

tember 13. new year's Eve dance was Lyman Gage made a reportof bond Charles Worley and Bill
Mr. Sullivan has been withthe The Flagler group received recent discussed and a committee appointed the recent Florida Cattle.men' Baker as special deputy policemen .
Standard 011 Company about results' of experimentalwork to investigate possibilityof Association Directors to assist during the football .

47 years. on swine, toured the University holding the dance which meeting, which was held in season and other Special
Swine Unit and received would be on Tuesday evening, KissImmee Friday, September 6. events.
Small Claims various Information which the I December 31. The meeting was attended by School Supt. Dean Holland re
Court Session local producers expect to put to Gage and County Agent Howard ported several ,poisonous snakes
use on their respective swine Two new members of the post Taylor. had been killed in the school

Small Claims Court Judge Le- operations. The Information received were recognized and introduced,I The Flagler directors were responsible area during the past week and
ola Jones reported the following should enable them to Rev. Howard Porter, minister of for action being taken the commissioners voted to In.
Judgments rendered in the Wednesday greatly improve the efficiency of the First Methodist Church here in recommending strengtheningof struct owners of all vacant lots
morning session of the their farms Mr. Taylor said. and who is a past chaplain of custom regulations of persons In that area to have cleaned.
court: There are 39 swine owners in a Miami post, and Ernest Taylor and possessions entering from The Commissioners said now,
Plaintiff Dunn Hardware and Flagler County, ranging froman assistant with the local Soil Cuba, in an effort to decreasethe that the new bleachers have

Supply\ Co. Inc., vs. J. M.-Arnold; ownershin of onlv a-- few -head- Conservation Service. possibility of "Foot and I added,. -to- the. football field and
Flagler ,Clinic & Hospital vs.J1 to approximately .150 head and Mouth" disease being introducedInto the need has been replanted and
Herbert Anderson; Mrs. Mrs. 1 totaling nearly 1,000 head of' PTA CONVENTIONIN Florida from' Cuba. sodded, they will allow only
Margaret Presswood vs. W. D. hogs, which are confined in The entire day was devotedto service and emergency vehIclesto
Brown; Sullivan's Gulf Servicevs. pens. DAYTONA BEACH topics of Interest to the cat enter the field. Signs will
Mr. and Mrs. Junior (Jack) Nearly one hundred percent of NOVEMBER 19-21 tle Industry be placed on all entrance gates. I
Wimberly; Flagler Clinic and. all swine in Flagler County recently They voted to pass an ordinance
Hospital Inc., vs. Clifton and have been vaccinated for The convention management Black Bass Is I adopting the millage, set
Carolyn Sheffield; Dunn Hardware hogh cholera to comply with re committee of the Florida Congress at 8.6 mills. Four voted for the
and Supply Co. vs. Eugene 1 cent Florida Department of Ag of PTA met Wednesday Worth $1,000 ordinance. Harry Atkinson votedno.
Nipper.In riculture regulations. Flaglerwas I with the local chairmen of the To The Stones All voted to accept the assessment -
the September 4th session, one of the first counties In r state committee to complete roll
default Judgments were render. the state to achieve complete plans for the state conventionto Harold Lloyd Stone of We. Names suggested for the football .
ed in favor of the plaintiffs in vaccination. be in Daytona Beach Novem laka, Florida, son In law of 'Mr. field were: Flagler Field
the following cases: ber 1921. and Mrs. Foots Gray of Flagler I Freedom Field, Flagler Veterans

Plaintiff Sullivan's Gulf Service I BAPTISTS TO GIVE Headquarters will be at the Beach,'caught a 6.pound black Stadium, Citizens Field, Seminole .
Riviera Motel and bass In the St. Johns River about Stadium, Pine Tree .
vs. H. E. Mackey, default; convention Stadium
PlIantiff, Dunn Hardware and : BREAKFAST FOR meetings will be In Peabody Au. three weeks ago. :I Gene Barber Field, John
ditorium. An estimated The fish proved to be one of I Franklin Houck Field (
Supply vs. Cecil Rider; Dunn FOOOTBALL TEAMThe 1,500 or Sta-
Hardware and Supply, vs. Animal delegates and representativesare the tagged specimens in the drum), Youth Stadium. Commissioners .
Land, Inc.; Plaintiff, Dunn First Baptist Church of expected to attend the convention Schlitz Brewing Co. fishing said they are still open
Hardware and Supply vs. Mrs. Bunnell will give the Bunnell coming from all partsof sweepstakes % contest. The tag for suggestions but they plan
Betty Durrance; Plaintiff, Flag.'! High Varsity Football Team a the state. proved to be worth $1,000 when I to select a name In the near
ler Clinic and Hospital, Inc., ) "send off breakfast tomorrow Miss Pauline McDonald, Or. they received the check Wednesday future.
George P. Milner; Plaintiff, VS'I I morning. It will eheld at the lando convention management morning. They recessed to Wednesday
{church's recreation hall. Including Mrs. Stone is the former Miss : night when
ler CUnlc'and Hospital Inc., vs. i committee chairman, represent. they will hold a
Mary Augustine; Plaintiff, Flag. j the coaches about 25 are expected ed the state board of managers. Mary Ardith Grey of Flagler 'budget meeting.
ler Clinic and Hospital Inc. vs.|, to attend, Rev. Tom Pin In addition to Miss McDonald, Beach. Mr. Stone Is the brotherof

Thomas and Shirley Gresham. i I II net said today. were Mrs. C. N. Prather, Orlando, Mrs. Tommy Salyetds. 1 j( COUNTY AGENT TO
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'ThIs Is part of the First Bap-I ana Mrs. N. s. RubIn, president
tlst Church's program for show. elect from Pensacola. Mrs. Perry ATTENDS EBIEFINGCONFERENCE !ATTEND CONFERENCE

I SENIOR CITIZENS ing Its Interest In youth. Other Sperber, general chairman of the IN Howard Taylor, Flagler County
MEET TUESDAY j projects include a trophy for local committees presided. The ORLANDO TUESDAYRev. I Agricultural Agent, will be

Rev. Stanton of Flagler Beach outstanding sportsmanship in president of the Volusia-Flagler Howard Porter, pastor of m Gainesville September 16
said a preliminary meeting of both girl's and boy's basketballand County Council of PTA, Mrs. Joseph the First Methodist Church of I through 21 attending the An-
the Senior Citizens was held varsity football. An essay Kingson assisted in plans. Bunnell, was In Orlando Tuesday nual Conference of County
Tuesday night at the Flagler contest will again be sponsored Among the committee members attending the briefing con- ,Agents.
Beach Recreation Center. by the church to ,encourage named were Mrs. Dean ference on the program "Our Recent agricultural ,experimental
Plans were made for a potluck thought and consideration of Peterson, president of the Flag Witness Today." work will be reviewedas
supper on Tuesday Octob. church's responsibility towards ler Beach P-TA, who will serve Also attending the conference I j well as administrative and
er 7. Complete details will be I modern youth, Rev. Pinner concluded on the Publicity Committee. were Ray Mercer, Mrs. Becky organizational recommendationsof

reported later, he said. Gegg and Mrs. Doris Tucker. I the organization.

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Thursday, Sept. 19, 1963

oItltj/t. ( { ,I i Straughn Tells will later be months.reporting Only July 700 of tax several in PETERSON TEXACO

School NtU1J4 thousand' dale Involved SERVICE

and Of New' Ta) es filed reports on July ijailness.I ROAD SERVICE

Nancy Fleurle Editors Nancy I J. Ed Straughn, director of the I Straughn said the opening of Light Mechanical Work
Typist '\the hunting season an4 a good 4373441
Library Club News Florida Revenue Commission, Phone Bunnellwwm
doubt will
said collections of the tourist season no
The Club met at August
should re
September 3rd to elect its five per cent tax levied on sporting stimulate sales and of income .. . .. . ..
goods at wholesale level sult in an upsurge .".-"" . . . ."0/';
cers for 196364. They are: ; '
produced $33,587. Collectionswere from the new tax. O. F. ALFORD
dent vice .
Tommy Kahlert; Commission Director I
dent, Jack Abbott; secretary, based on July business. The Revenue that the two : Registered
also reported
Allen; treasuret, Nancy ; Straughn said the money has sales tax automo : i Real Estate Broker-
historian, Mary Matthews been placed in a trust fund per cent on ;
; biles and other power drawn or :
dedicated to the purchase of
liamentarian, Harry BunnelL Florida
and Jack lands to be used in developing self-propelled machines, produced t
reporter $1,451,971. The 1963 legislature
recreation facilities throughoutthe
Kahlert the .
Tommy was .
from -
; Increased the tax
siding officer and Mrs. state.
one to two per cent. i
librarian, was in charge. The Revenue Commission DIrector CommunityMemorial
teen of the club members Gross sales reported by these
pointed out that the tax dealers during July totaled $118- Church
'present.A was not applicable to the Inven
146,348. Taxable sales totaled
second Library Cub tory retail dealers had on handas I I ..ater4e..mla.tl..1AIR
Ing was held at Mrs. of July 1. Collections were I CONDITIONED
: collections
Sales and use tax
home at 7:30 P.M. on based on sales by wholesalers 'i Dayton ,Aye.
in August, based on July business !
September 10. The purpose since July 1, when the tax went I' totaled $16,684,119.More FLAGLER BEACH
this meeting was to plan Into effect.
School 10:00 A. M.
year's activity calendar and
discuss the aims and lie said' many dealers to than 35 varieties of freshwater I Church, Service 11:00 A.M.

of the club. Refreshments whom the tax applies did not I fish are to be found in R ,VV DICKERT, Pastor
I have time the first month to the'waters of florida'sSilver '
served before the meeting KVEHYO\B. WELCOME,
taurned. I I get compliance Into ,effect and I Springs.. .
Jack Wetherington, re / I I \ .':; V
Senior Class News a

The senior, class of
High School Is' already hard

work. Our class officers :

president, Bebe Moody; Some important information for who
president, Robbie Tucker; every man

er tary ureTj, Nancy, Jennie Sharon Wilson.Bennett Townsend; and; ail need a new truck within the next)(t 12 months,

Mrs.: McMoy and Miss
are our enthusiastic sponsors. '
tentative list of room I

has been chosen, and a

committee Is working up
, schedule for our many

The seniors would like to Y'Y"I

press a sincere "thank you" ; jl__ - 3
the many people and _
firms who have bought

tisements in the 1964 Pinea (
nual). We are also glad to I
nounce that our first bake
was a real success.

Nancy Wilson, reporter.120A ASSISTAN'J"i;

Class News ;

The A section of the ;

more class held a meeting ; Hew Chevrolets are a lot more truck than your money bought

: the fast time. Here are some of the things that have been done

&HASTINGS UPHOLSTRY MATTRESS WOR to give you more value for practically the same Investment.

71012 Lemon St.
Palatka, Florida Chevrolet Double-wall construction. This feature of under stress. Its simple design also makes
and the Fleetside pickup it easier
Phone EA 5-9166 to mount special bodies on the
body has two
advantages. Insulation
Furniture Upholstering sound-deadening material is sandwiched truck. Its riveted side rails are stronger.

Repaired & Refinished between the two layers of steel in the cab
Mattresses & Box Springs to Greater model selection. This time
Made\oOrderAlso give you more comfort; in the body, you're
] : the inner wall acts as a buffer against load going to find it a simple matter to pick the
Call Laura Morris & damage, preserving the outer appearance exact type of Chevrolet truck for the kind
After 6:00 P. M. of the truck.Suspension., of work.you do. In delivery trucks, for
PRICES REASONABLE. ; Instance In addition to regular panels and
BUDGET-PLAN IF NEEDED. ; pickups, we have eleven different sizes of .
to fit
Just as near as truck. You get a ready-made walk-in
your much better vans, some with full-
ride in
Phone or Post Office every size Chevrolet width rear doors.
Drop Us A Card or Call I truck today than you used to. There are also the Corvair 95 vans with

Free Pickup & Delivery: with models Conventional have independent half-and three-quarter-ton front suspension the Corvair air-cooled 95 Rampside engine in with the rear.its exclusive And the

'- --- variable pitch coils in the rear. side-loading feature. These
trucks have
Variable pitch. coils do not "bottom out"as more power this year.
NEW FASHIONS readily.Mediums In the mediumand heavy-duty
and heavies area
I-beam suspension there are stakes tilt
The fire Insurance with variable-rate leaf springs.This
variable-rate models and cab-and-chassis units to suit
dependable protection. leaf-type suspension auto almost any
requirement-including school
matically stiffens as the load
ditional coverage benefits Increases- bus bodies of up to 66-passenger
and vice capacity.
little versa. It means a smoother, flatter
extra costRemember Dump truck
ride regardless of load, a better handling Chevrolet now can order a
truck. tandem with either gasoline or
H. 'T. diesel power.
take advantage of these

or stop in soon for full The building right truck engine.engines Chevrolet since 1918 has but never been Quality lot and value. Chevrolets today are ,.
has it been in better more truck than your money bought
H. T. position to give
you last time, and
the yet the price is
Phone 437.3361 Citizens type and size you need for maximum about the tag just
same 5
efficiency. Today there are many different as or 6 years ago. Call '
your Chevrolet
capacities of gasoline and diesel Chevrolet for Dealer for information or
a demonstration, '
engines-fours, sixes, V8's.

FOR ALL Stronger frames. Every conventional 1964 ,
Chevrolet truck has a ladder-type frame. '
Formerly used on heavier trucks only, this 'L7
type is more resilient, better able to give -
with the load and terrain, to stand -
SERVICE. up Quality trucks always cost less! !

Never be hesitant about f j
experience.are always at your TRUCKS !

__.Telephone.. your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck I
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T I MRS. CAMERON IS .1 The Royal Neighbors will Andy Yelvington returned
'HOSTESS TO FINESEE I meet at the home of Mrs. home Sunday from Miami wherehe
BRIDGE CLUB I Blanche Akers, North Moore St., spent several days at the
I ttf | Mrs. Rosely Cameron was host Monday, September 23rd at 7:30: market buying for Land 'n Sea
f i ess to members of the Finesse I] P M. I Fashions.September.
LOCALS j! Bridge Club at her home Tues. I 1--- ---- -..
i I day evening. Winners were Mrs. !I 1 _' "..,_. iIIIIIIIII"" i" !I'' ,! ' : ,! -
i, Isham Johnston and Mrs. Lois

Mrs. Knight Is \ Junior Woman's I,Hlgginbotham. SaleALL

Hostess For Club Executive Miss Celestine S tan Ish Is

f U. D. C. Meeting f Board Meets spending with some her sister time, Mrs.in Gainesville David.

Mrs. Walter Knight was hostess -j Members of the Executive Burnsed, who is receiving medical PERMANENT ARRANGEMENTSBLACK'S
I at her home, Haw Creek,i, Board of the Flagler Junior treatment at the J. Hillls Miller .
Thursday afternoon for the Woman's Club met Wednesday, Clinic.
U.D. C. meeting. This was the| September 11, at the home of:
first business and social meeting .Mrs. Allen Reynolds, Venice' Mrs. Lucille Hatton of Hazel. FLOWERS
since the summer vacation.! Park, for a planning session and I' hurst, Ga. Is spending several
Mrs. Knight president presided luncheon. days herewith her brother, Hu
over the business session.) bert Frier and her mother, Mrs., ---- -
The members voted to purchase Plans were made to changethe Laura Frier, who Is In the local
; meeting date to the third
Confederate Flags to be placedon hospital for medical treatment
'Tuesday morning of each month.
the veterans' graves on NOTICE
The meeting place will be at .
Southern Memorial Day next Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel
th Bunnell Civic Center Build.
year. They are naw making a returned last weekend from a
survey to locate all Confederate ing. short vacation In Jekyl Island,
graves In the county. New officers for the club year Georgia. Occupational licenses will
Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Z. G. will be installed at the next :
F Holland, Jr., reported on the business meeting on Tuesday FORDS CELEBRATE be
due October
Founders Day Luncheon held In morning at 9:30: October 15 FIFTEENTH WEDDING 1, 1963.
Jacksonville on Tuesday. New officers are; president, ANNIVERSARYMr.
Mrs Knight reported: eight Mrs. Gordon Buckles; vice president and Mrs. R. E. Ford celebrated License fees are the
reservations were made for the Mrs. Allen ,Reynolds; secretary their fifteenth wedding sameas
State Convention in Pensacolanext Mrs. Ed BieleJeskI; treas. anniversary on Thursday evening. .
month. urer, Mrs.; W. E. Knight, III. They enjoyed a dinner at last year. To avoid
The Juniors will again this the Dixlana Restaurant, later pen-
Miss Linda Wallin has return. year sponsor the two Brownie taking in a show at Daytona
ed to her home in Reading, Mass.! Scout troops, 701 in Bunnell and Beach. alty, mustjbe paid on or be-
after a visit here with Mr. and 702 in Flagler Beach. Joining them for the eveningwere
Mrs. Marvin Parker and Michael The Flagler Juniors are a Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bielejeski. fore
November 1 1 1963.
Federated Club. The purpose of I ,
Miss Wallin and Michael left' the federation as stated in its Among those going to Atlanta
I ,
last week to resume their stud charter of 1891 is to unite the during the past weekend for the t t\I) 'ir
ies. She is a student at Simmons ,I Women's Clubs throughout the Florida-Tech Game were: Mr.I CITY OF BUNNELL
College and Michael at world for the purpose of mutual and Mrs. Dave Perryman, Mr. ,'
MIT. : benefit and for the promotion ol f !I and Mrs. Herschel King, of Bun. c ::ir- Mrs.jNancyRodgers! [ ClerkColorful
their common interest in education nell, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles I ,
Capt. Edgar P. Gordon of Fort public welfare, moral : Hoff of Flagler Beach. '
Hoo, Texas, is i ------ _.
spending sometime values, and civic and fine arts. -
I here with his father, Roy
' Gordon. He recently returned Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brad-
from a year with the U. S. ArmyIn shaw and son, Glenn, of Carrevllle .
Korea with the Seventh In. Va., were recent guests of
fantry Division. He recently received her father, Roy Gordon.
the Army CommendationMedal

while in Korea. I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Deen
Also visiting with Mr. Gordonis and children of Miami are now
his. son in law and daughter,' in Freeport, Grand Bahama Is. ,I .:
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pugh, land. Mr. Deen is employed bya
and son Alan of Franklin. Va. construction company build. K
During the weekend they wereJoined ing a cement plant. He Is the
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I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL I be placed In to. b. 1912-1966 seventy-five (TE) million electors of the state exists, and
Larson to InformThe AMENDMENTS TO BB VOTED ON known as the "Institutions .f High dollars may be authorIzed and that said amendment be submittedto
NOVBllBgR! 6. 1963 er riaDnlU Colleges I validated pursuant hereto. the electors of Florida for ratification -
pftrrrg Dent
I1.egisslaturel of ServiceTrust (c) Capital outlay projects theretofore or rejection at a special
CitizenState 1qWHEREAS Fund" In the State Treasury authorised by the legislature dtlatto be held on Nov. 6. 1963,
Senior 1968, under the Constitution of 188 (hereinafter referred to as '"Capi for Institution of Higher Learn publication of notice of
of the State of Florida did pas I tal Outlay Fund"), and used only I I I any Junior College shall be eli- election be given.

Insurance Commissioner Joint Resolutions proposing amendments us provided In this Amendment.Said 'fl.or U> participate In the fund Section -. The outdoor recreational
to the Constitution of the fund shall be administeredby i accruing under this Amendment de- development council, as
I. Edwin Larson has announceda State of Florida and they were the State Board of Education rived from the' proceeds of bond created by the 1963 legislature, may
of public agreed to by a vote of three-fourth as now created and constituted by 'or certificates and said Gross Recelpts I Issue revenue bonds, revenue cer.Ct..te.or
.jstepped-up program of the members elected to each. Section S of Article XII of the Constitution Taxes under such regulations other evidences of In
Information to acquaint Flor house. The votes of said Joint Resolutions of Florida (hereinafter referred and In such manner as shall ,I \ to acquire lands, water
were entered upon their respectlve to as "State Board"). For be determined by the State Board, areas and related resources and
I Ida's 600,000 senior citizens with I Journals with the yea the purpose of this Amendment, and the State Board shall use or 'I to construct and
the availability of medical insurance and nays thereon and they did said State Board as now constituted transmit to the State Board of i extend improvements and
< determine and direct that the said thereon TJ'rlJtr;::
1 shall continue as a body corporate Control or to the Board of Public facilities of
not offered before. I Joint Resolutions be submitted to during the life of this Instruction of any County authorized outdoor recreation natural resources
the electors of the State of Florid. Amendment' and shall have all the I by law to construct or acquire conservation and related
Larson named E. Jay Beckerof at a Special Election on November powers provided In this Amendment such capital outlay projects, the facilities In this state; provided

Jacksonville as chief field coordinator -I 8, 1963 THEREFORE.; I TOllADAMs' In addition to all other constitutional amount of the proceeds of such however the legislature with respect -
and statutory powers relatedto bonds or certificates or Gross Receipts to such revenue bonds, rev
in the 19 field offices I Secretary of State of the the purposes of this Amendment Taxes to be applied to or enue certificates or other evidences
State of Florida, do hereby give heretofore or hereafter conferredby used for such capital outlay proj of Indebtedness shall designate the
of the commission to acquaint notice that aSPECIAL law upon said State Board. ects. If for any reason any of the revenue or tax sources to be deposited -

insurance agents and senior ELECTIONwill < (b) The State Board shall have proceeds of any bonds or certificates in or credited to the land
be held in each County ID power, for the purpose of obtaining Issued for any capital outlay acquisition trust fund for their repayment
! citizens. of the J availability of Florida on the first Tuesday afterthe funds for acquiring, building, project capitalnouot\ be expended teState and may impose restrictions -

the new insurance.The first Monday In Novemberwhich constructing, altering, improving, I such tlay project, on their Issuance Including
data Is November S. 1963 enlarging, furnishing or equipping may use such unex the fixing of maximum interest
I cooperative program, said i for the ratification or rejection of capital outlay projects theretofore outlay:ore for any other caplclpal rates and discounts.The .
the said Joint Resolutions propos authorized by the' legislature and tat project for Institutionsof
Larson Florida's land acquisition trust fund,
is answer to amendments to the Constitution Learning Junior Colleges
Ing any appurtenant or Incidental I Higher
purposes created by the 1963 legislature for
I socialized medicine. of the State_ of-- -Florida.nn _.. vii: thereto, for Institutions of I and vocational technical! these multiple public purposes
I NO. 1 Higher Learning or Junior Colleges, schools! as defined herein as now shall
I continue from the date of the
I ? SUBSTITUTE FOR as now defined or as may be here- defined or as may be hereafter defined I adoption of this amendment for a
1 1- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION after defined by law and for the by law theretofore authorized period of fifty (SO) years.
NO. 428 purpose of constructing buildings I by the State Legislature. The holders
A JOINT RESOLUTION relating and other permanent facilities for of bonds or certificates Issued In the event the outdoor recreational -
hereunder shall not have any responsibility development council shall determine
(4> elections; proposing an amendment vocational technical schools as provided -
Save Sight to Article IV. Sections 2 and in chapter 230 Florida Stautes whatsoever for the application to Issue bonds for financing
to of the constitution of the stat : to Issue bonds or certificates I or use of any of the proceeds acquisition heO sites for multiplepurposes
derived from the sale of said state board of admlnstratlon -
of Florida providing for the election including refunding certificates -
Aid the Blind of certain state officers at the to fund or :tuJ any bonds or certificates and the rights shall act as fiscal agent,
944 and 1966 general elections: bonds or certificates theretofore Is and remedies of the holders 011 and the attorney general shall
'ouao.roFLORIDA providing for an emergency elecIon. sued. All such bonds or certificates such bonds or certificates and their handle the validation proceedings
GIVE TO THE shall bear Interest at not exceeding right to payment from said Gross I All bonds Issued under this
Receipts Taxes in the manner pro amendment shall be sold at public
lle It Resolved by the Legislature and one-half 4 %% )
I of the State of Florida: per e t urpe annum, and shall vided herein shall not be affected sale after public advertisement up-
LIONS FOUNDATION That the following amendment of mature at such time or times as or Impaired by the application or on such terms and conditions as the
I Article IV. Section 2 of the constitution the State Board shall determine not use of such proceeds.The outdoor recreational development
of the state of Florida be exceeding In event State Board shall use the council shall provide and as other- I
,FOR.-,THE BLIND,, INC. II IIJ IISTAT. and the same Is hereby agreed to thirty (30)) er".Y from heh ::evei moneys: in said Capital Outlay wise provided by law and subject
J and shall be submitted to the electors Issuance thereof. The State Board Fund In each fiscal year only for to the (limitations herein Imposed.
of the state of Florida for approval shall have power to determine all the following puruposes and In the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOFI
or rejection at a special other details of such bonds or certificates following\ order of priority: have hereunto set my hand
..] HOAI ncrAIlTHKNT OF called election to be held on November and to sell at public Bale (1) For the payment of the prln- and affixed the Great Seal
Ki.oitiuA. TAM.AIIANHKKNOTION S, 1963 as provided in Article after public advertisement such of and Interest on any bonds of the State of Florida at
DHOHmVTM AM lOSTAIIMtll"' tltutlon. ever that no bonds or certificatesshall fiscal year. the thirtieth day of August,
LIMITED ACCESS; HIGHWAY That three-fourths (%) of all ever be Issued hereunder to (2) For the deposit into any reserve A. D. 1963.
, NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN TO members elected to ,each house of finance, or the proceeds thereof exanya funds provided for In the proceedings (seal) TOM ADAMS
MAY CONCERN the legislature does'determine that the cost of the Issuanceof Secretary of State
ALL WHOM IT : authorizing
capitals :outiaytprof
Sept. 5 and Sept. 19-2tcI
an emergency requiring an early ojct unlesshe
1 That In order to provide for the said bonds or certificates, of any
heavy traffic the preservation of decision by the electors of the construction or acquisition of amounts required to be depositedIn
I tate does exist with reference to such capital outlay project has \ TILE CIlirillT COt'ItT OF
safety the promotion of the such reserve' funds In such fiscal
4 general welfare and the Improvement his amendment to Article IV Section been theretofore authorized by theLegislature KMT.I.KH Cni'NTV, FI.OH1UA
2 of the constitution. of FI rids None of said year. rilANfRllY NO. 4730
of all
and development transportation ; (3) After payments requiredIn
facilities upon and along Section 2< Election and term ogovernor. bonds or certificates shall be sold such fiscal year for the purposes WILLIAM BUSH
that portion of Section 73001 of The governor shall be at less than ninety-eight (98% ) per provided for In (1) and (2) Plaintiff
elected by the qualified electors of centum of the par value thereof deficienciesfor
State HoadI In Flagler County above, including any v..
extending from: Volusla County the state. The first election for plus accrued Interest, and saidonds required payments in prior fiscal UVADELLE C. BUSH _
line Northwesterly' to a point Inflection overnor; general electiont of shale or certificates shall be awarded years, any moneys remainingIn Delendant.NOTI'fo .
9, Township 12 South. > at the \\IO 1964 at the public sale thereof to said Capital Outlay Fund at the
Range 31 East, as the same appears for a term of two ( years the bidder offering the lowest end of such fiscal year may be used STATE TO
on map of survey and location thereafter commencing with the net Interest cost for such bondsor by the State; Board for direct pay- KVA E'lEFlfrs1t\ :
general election of 1966, the governor certificates' In the manner< to be
thereof approved and adoptedby ment of the cost of any part of Route 206
shall be elected for a term of determined by the State Board.
this Department the !hate Hoad the cost of any capital
Mead New
of Florida has by resolution four (4) years. The term of officeshall The State Board shall also have ect theretofore I IlablrtoJ; You are hereby notified Jersey that
at Us meeting; of August begin the first Tuesday after power ll for the payment legislature or for the purpose of suit has been filed against In a
22. 1963 designated and established the first Mondain January next of the principal of and Interest on any bonds or certificates Issued theabove entitled and you
! said portion of Bald State roadas after this election. The governor such bonds or certificates and reserves hereunder then outstanding upon are hereby required cause: you:
a limited access facility an defined elected at the general election of therefor. Including refunding such terms and conditions as the with the ktoorlhr.o'8'o answer t.
and law. 1)64) shall be eligible for re-election bonds or certificates all or any State; Board shall deem- proper, or end to
I JOHN vIJdpMt. ':B to said ofllcu In the general election part of the revenue to be derived for the prior redemption of outstanding he plaintiff serve a copy thereof upon
Chairman.Sept. of 1966 but the governor elected from the said Gross Receipts Taxes bonds or certificates in whose name or and plaintiff's, address attorney is ,
19-Uo at_ the general election oL 1966and ( provided for In this Amendment. accordance with the provisions of RAY SttT.TltTM:: : "
thereafter snail not be elll'lDletor and to enter into any covenants proceedings which authorizedthe Ol Ul r 4i(
NOTICE re-election to said office the and other agreements with the : 1 Issuance of such; bonds or certificates Selden Daytona Building Beach Floridanot
Election of three supervisor for ext succeeding term. holders of such bonds or certltl- I later than
I term of four years each for Flag- Be It Further Resolved by the I cotes concerning the security there- The State Board may Invest the October 21st, A. D.

ler Moll Conservation District. Legislature of the State of Florida: ot and the rights of the holders moneys In said Capital Outlay Fundor If you fall to do so, decree
October 10. 1963 That the following amendemen. hereof, all of which covenants and In any .sinking fund or other onfegao will be pro
Pursuant to the Soil ConservationAct ot Article IV Section 20 of the constitution agreements shall constitute legally funds created for any Issue ol you for the relief against '
Chapter 582. Florida Statute of the State of Florida band of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1953, the sam Is hereby agreed tand o, with such holders and shall b8 of the United States; of said' suit being for nature of
notice la hereby' given' of an election shall be submitted to the electors tully enforceable hy such holders America or In the other securities WITNESS hand divorce.
I to be held' on October 10, 1963 of the state of Florida for approval lu any court of competent juris- referred to In Section 344.27, Florida said Court this my 17th and seal of.
at the general day of September
for the
election of three (8) supervisors ortoreteeCtl lotion Statutes A. D. t
for terms of four (4)year election November B, No such (d) The State Board shall have (Official 1 Seal E..3'A.
bonds )
certificate SMYTHE
each. 1963 as provided In Article XVII, or the power to make and enforce all
, Constltuon. hall ever be Issued by the State Clerk of said Circuit Court
Section 3 of the Florida
Tolling Place (s) rules and regulations necessary to
Board In an amount exceeding' sev- By Julia R. Harvey
Courthouse lluunell Florida the full exercise of the
Wateroak Station hlmlnl. Flora -I That three-- fourths ( % ) of all nty-five (7B% ) per centum of the herein I granted and no legislationshall powers Sept 19-26 3.\Wtyc Clerk
id members elected to each house ol mount which It determines, basedupon be required to render this
Haw Creek Service Station the legislature' does determine thai the average annual amount ol Amendment of full force and operating IX rlRcnT
Haw Creek' Florida I I an emergency requiring an early the revenues' derived from said effect' on and after January .rVUICIAL CIRCUITIiN
Tolling place (s) will be open decision by the electors of the state OrollM Receipts Taxes during the 1, 1964. The Legislature, during ANn FOR 'I.AGLRIt !
between' the hour of 8:00: A. M.I I does exist with reference to this mmediately preceding two fiscal the period this Amendment is .'I.onln.IX COUNTY.
I and 8,00 1'. M. amendment to Article IV, Section years, or th amount of the revenues In effect shall not reduce the rate 0. SPIT! CIIANCJony CIIA.NCRU1NOTICJoJ
I All qualified electors residing 20 of the constitution. derived from said Gross Receipts of said Gross Receipts Taxes now _.
I within the District shall be eligibleto Section 20. Governor's cabinet Taxes during the immediately provided In said. Chapter 203., Florida EULA MAE HOPKINS.
vote In thin, election. The governor shall be assisted by : preceding" lIrt''eJf'' by as shown Statutes, or eliminate, exemptor Plaintiff
A qualified elector as defined In administrative officers as follows: In a the State remove any of the persons, firmsor VI.
the Florida Boll: Conservation Act A secretary of state attorney general omptroller with the State Board corporations, including municipal ANDREW HOPKINS
. Includes any person qualified to comptroller, treasurer, superIntendent prior to the Issuance of such bonds corporations or any of the Defendant ..
vote In general elections under the of public instruction, and or certificates, whichever Iff the utilities businesses or services now *
j Constitution and Statutes of this commissioner of agriculture who lesser can be serviced by the or hereafter subject to said Gross INo THF.RNAME: 'OF ISTATE
state who Is also landowner In shall be elected at the same time revenues accruing thereafter under- Receipts Taxes, from the levy and OF FLORIDA
the herein named district. as the : shall hold theiroffices the provisions of this Amendment; collection of said Gross Receipts TO: ANDREW :HOPKINS
I Ik M. Holllngsworth, fgeeo:: term; provided, nor shall the State Board during Taxes as now provided In said : residence address
I Administrator, State Holt Conservation that the first election of such officers he first year following the ratification Chapter 203. Florida Statutes and I unknown. :
Board under this section shall be had of this amendment Issue shall not enact any law Impairing .
! Sept. 19-26-2tc at the time of voting, for governorin bond or certificate In excess of or materially altering the rights of w thuthe Clerk of Court our
1964 for a term of two (I) years even (7) times the anticipated the holders of any bonds or certificates tcf1 the oJlltbl Complaint
! IN Tim cinrriT cornT iv AND and thereafter commencing with revenue from said Gross Receipts Issued pursuant to this Amendment filed tereln against
I i'OH KI.AM.KIl COUNTY Kl.Oll- the time of voting for governor In Taxes during said year nor duringeach or Impairing or altering any above entitled cause YOU In tbe
I IIIA. IN (' NO. 4T43 1966 said officers shall be electedfor succeeding! year more than covenants or agreements of the the : day of September on or before
.. ."11ZMN8 BANK OF BUNNKLU a term of four (4) :years four (4) times the anticipated revenue State Board made hereunder or 1963 and serve a A. D.,
a banking corporation organizedand NO. 1 from said Gross Receipts having the effect of withdrawing on Lawrence W. horns copy thereof up-
existing under the laws of1'lalnUU COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR Taxes during such year No erection the proceeds of said Gross Receipts attorney, herein whose, plalntlfFs
the State oFlorida SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION or approval of qualified electors Taxes from the operation of eze address II
NO. 264 or freeholder electors' shall he thin Amendment Peach Boulevard Daytona
I A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing required<< for the Issuance of bonds The State Board of Administration Ie hereby "The desl Flalfler Tri-
BENNIK ('. PADEOERO and wile an amendment to Article XII or certificates' hereunder. shall be and Is hereby.con which thl.nated. as the
I GOLDIE ?I. of the Constitution of Florida by After the Initial Issuance of any f.' k:4: t Fiscal Agent of theState be pubblished ODce a week for our
I'ADDERG'Defendant.. adding a section to be numbered bond or certificates pursuant to perform such dutiesand consecutive week. tlEREIN
NOTICE TO APPEAR by the secretary of state authoris his Amendment, the State Board assume! such responsibilitiesunder NOT on.A, DECREE FAIL
IN TUB NAME OF THE STATE ing the Issuance of bonds for capital nay thereafter Issue additional this Amendment as shall be WILL Ble ENTER PRO CONFESSO -
OK FLORIDATO outlay at Institutions of higher bonds or certificates which will agreed upon between the State YOU FOR. SUCH lo'AILUnE AGAINST
: BENNIE C. PADBERO and learning, Including junior colleges rank equally and on a parity, as Board and such State Board f>t Ad. The Datare jot this
wife GOLDIH M. PAD- and certain vocational technical to Hen on and source of security ministration. The shall Permpanent suit Is a
BERG i schools; pledgincertain I I tax funds; for payment from said Gross I also have power .to appoint such custody ofanden minor
621 S. LincolnSaJem. providing for the use of accumulated Receipts Taxes, with any bondsr other persons and fix their com children, or thtpartin..
Illinois: surplus. to pay for any capital certificates theretofore Issued p ne the administration of WITNESS, my hand
YOU Bennie C. Padberg outlay project theretofore ...authoris pursuant to this Amendment but I I the provisions of this Amendmentas hunl1flll( seal at
Goldie\ M. Padberg. are : tyw notified : ed by the Legislature providing such additional parity bonds or eerflcates It hall deem necessary,. And thlll ,U\ Flagler.A Florida,
\ Uguet..A. 1
that a Complaint to foreclose procedures therefor; providing powers shall not be issued unless" the expenses of the State.Board ( >. 19 3.
the mortgages on the following described Ind ,duties of the ,State Boardof the average annual amount of administering the provisions of thisAmendment orncltJiiTtA, ;SMYTHEJrlhurii
property, to-wlt: Education and ,State, Board of the revenues derived from said shall be paid out of t.s ,clerk of Circuit
Lot 6 of Block 3. and Lots 4 and Administration and requiring a gross Receipts Taxes during the the proceeds of bond or certificates : l'lorida Court
5, Block 1. BHUNEH ADDITION special election thereon. immediately I preceding nwthe; issued hereunder<< or,from said Se Dt. 6:1f.l2ur..l' .
according' to plat of Bruner Addition Tje It Resolved by the Legislatureof years, or the amount revenues Gross Taxes deposited InBald.
on file In the office of the the State of Florida: derived from said Gross Receipts Capita| Outlay Fund. .
the 'Clerk of the Circuit Court That Article Xlt of the Florida Taxes during the Immediate (e) No capital outlay project or
for Flagler County Florida, In Constitution be amended jby add. Iy preceding fiscal year as shown any part thereof shall be financed m kr ?1'
Flat Book 5 at Page 24; Ing the section set forth .below to in a C Tthftlige ta\ e State hereunder unless the bill authorizing giej (

Also 1959 Automobile' Dr. 'ftfr ,b". \bald that Bald amendment' of Comptroller Board such projectshall specify.H isfinanced 1
dan I. D. No. A9QCMI)7t ) asare state b prior to the Issuance of such bonds hereunder and shall be> apt B1JIV1VELL,,,
been filed against you and you submitted\ t<* the electors of Florida lesser t whichever Is the proved by a elected, members lof FLORIDA
required to serv4 i la .foci ratification or rejection at shall have been equal to one (3/S) of the
your Answer or Pleading> to copyof ,the election...to be held. underauthority I and one-third (1 1/3) times the aggregate each house.
Complaint on the plaintiffs- Attorney or Section 3 t>f Article amount of principal and NO. 3 MRS. 3L.Bc FILLER: Editor
H. T. Cook. Citizens. Bank XVJI of the Florida Constitution on Interest Which. will become due In COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Building. Bunnell Florida, and file Nov. 8, 196J. That three-fourths any succeeding fiscal year on all SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
the original Answer or Pleading 14) of the membership of thelegislature bonds or certificate theretofore Issued NO. T27 Iksigaatea Omelal
In the office of the! Clerk of the d determine that an pursuant to this Amendmentand A JOINT RESOLUTION prdposing / Peblleatlee
Circuit Court on or before' the 21st emergency .exists r'tr n.early then' outstanding, and the additional an amendment to Article IX .of fey Public Netioes .r Elegies
day of October A. IX 193. If' you decision by\hi electors state, parity bonds or certificatesthen the Constitution of Florida by adding ,
fall to do so, judgment i>y default Sectlonirja) haC; fc/jslnflt"* proposed to he Issued. No a section to be numbered by c..at" Mealelpalltles tberelaaaa
will be taken against you for the January i. 1 *4. for fifty (BO) bonds certificates or other obligations the secretary of state providing for the State .f
relief demanded In l ytars thereafter, all of the pro whatsoever shall at any time : Issuing state bonds for outdoor recreation Fleelda
This notice shall -teCO published I ceeds-of the revenues derived from be Issued under the provisions of and natural resources conservation
once each week for four consecutive I the gross receipts taxes collected this Amendment except such bonds : determining that an Entered
weeks in TheFlagler Tribune from .every person Including municipalities or certificates Initially Issued here em'trCkeII: as second class matter

Bunnell Florida. 'receiving payment for under, nerrftC'c: :: I.IJ'llt by the Legislature February, U13, at thepostofflc
I Done and Ordered .At Bunnell ct heat orpower bonds t as of the State of Florida: ,
Flagler County ...orlda, this 16th for Irr'lLtorlg:: manufactured gas this paragraph. Notwithstanding I That Article IX of the Florida at Bunnell. Florida under act of
day of September. A. i). 1963.E. for light heat or power for use of any other provision herein no such constitution be amended by adding March I, 1171.
A. 8MTTHE. telephones and ,for the sending bonds or certificates shall M authorized the section set forth below to be
Clerk Circuit Court telegrams and telegraph messages, or validated during anydollars numbered bf the secretary of state I
Flagler County Florida as now, provided land levied as f klennlum In excess of fifty million that t oUt-hh1: V ) of all members .
II. T. Cook I I the time of adoption of'this'amendment except by two-thirds vote elected ; house of representatives I' One year -- .----- --....12.80
Attorney for Plaintiff, in Chapter. 20J.Florl. P. O. Box 8. Bunnell. Florida I i! (hereinaftercalled 'Gross Receplts house of the legislature: provided ] that an emergency requiring month. -11.18
Sept. 19-21 A Oct. a.to-Uc Taxes"), shall as collected further that during the biennium an early decision by the -

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tional and the controversial. EnJoy several Items of business were the study book, "Christian Mis.-
II t :Jfa !er&ac them with us. voted on, one being that the lion In Southern Asia."
Annual Smorgasbord be held The names of Mrs. Vernon
COMMUNITY CHURCH Friday, February 7th. They also Raymond and Mrs. John Kunkle
u Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. voted to dispense with the fall were presented for membership.
with classes for all At the bazaar. Church school time Is at 9:45A.
MR. AND MRS. MOODY Fort Bragg and they feel they ages.
\ HOSTS TO FRIENDS I are returning home. During 11 o'clock worship hour Rev. R. October 19.20 the Society will .M. and worship hour is at 11
FOR FISH FRY their visit here they will visit W. DIckert will speak on "The be hostess to the Jacksonville o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody with the Herbert Anderson family Essential Evidence. of Loving District Weslyan Service Guild minister.
I entertained a group of friends Bunnell; Louise Anderson of Christ. Retreat. The devotions were
at a fish fry Saturday evening DeLand; and V. W. Haines fame given by Mrs. Kenneth Whitneyand Subscribe for The Flogtor :eibuas
I, at their home Venice Park. ily at Flagler Beach. BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Roger Hoose reviewed $150 A Tear In Advance
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Sp/4 Beverly Haines, sister of Sunday School Is at 9:45: A.M. ---
II WaU [ MoZZIS, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mrs. Anderson, plans to get and morning worship Is at 11 !
Stewart.1: Mrs. J. R. Murray home for a short visit while they o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
: I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, are here. She Is stationed at pastor. Training Union is at 6:45:
\ Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Peter. Fort Rucker, Alabama. P. M. and evening worship Is H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
{ son, Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, at 7:45: P.M.METHODIST.
I Jr., Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson, FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert, Mr. LIBRARY CHURCH OXYGEN
and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach, Mr. BOOKS ARE MY DISH Twelve church members were CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY EQUIPPED
I and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers, Myrna (By Isle Kester) guests In St. Augustine last ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES
: Knight, and Ed Spivey. Our Flagler Woman's Club.Thursday evening when they
to "_ Library (Thursdays 1.4 P.M.)J attended the "Inspirational Phone ID 7-3532
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mosby proudly offer to you the top ten Banquet" at the First Methodist
j have returned home after a Church.
of the newest books, complied
I f' visit In North Carolina with rel as of September. I Those attending were: Mr.I
atives. These from "The Blue Nile," and Mrs. C. B. Hull, Rev and I
by Morehead; "Fall Safe," by Mrs. E. Lester Stanton", Lyman
'JI SFC/E7 Bobby Anderson and Burdlck and Wheeler; "Stein. I Gage, Misses Flora and Emily I II 24 Hour '
I wife, Kathryn, and children, beck's "Travels With Charlie"; I Gage, Mrs. Myrtle Streeter, Mrs.; Wrecker Service "
Andy, Scott, Donna and Linda, Frank G" Slaughter's "David, Mae Hendren, Howard Lerch,:
'I returned to the States Friday Warrior and King"; "Stern" by and Rev.,and Mrs. R. N, Hoover.
1 after almost three years In Metz, Friedman; I The Womans Society of Chris. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
France. They all agree it Is "The Prize" by Irving Wallace tian Service met at the church
I, "good" (to be home again. Due ; "Hornsteln's Boy" by Rob. Thursday morning. Mrs. Mae MASSEY.FERGUSON
I to enrolling the boys In school ert Trevors; "The Last Plantage- Hendren and Mrs. Reynold Hoover Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
i' their visit here will be short before nets" by Costaln; "Pitcalrn's' were hostesses for the coffee
I going to Fort Bragg, N. C., land" by Nordhoff and Hall, hour preceding the business VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
t' where he will be stationed. and many more, from the humorous I meeting and program. I Owner Bunnell, Florida
fJ They have spent six years In the excellent non.fie. Mrs. Keith Lovell presided and
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