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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 26, 1963
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51, NO. 38 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1963 2.50 A YEAR

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Three Proposed Methodists School Board ,Jvecv and Comment I Citizens Bank



ConstitutionalAmendments Dedicate New To Expand Its The shrubbery(By Eula planting Fuller) placedin Stock Dividend


front of the Post Office building .
Church
BuildingThe ETV Facilities
last week by Postmaster Ray Been DeclaredCharles

1 Mercer and his staff has added I
At
There Is being published In I new Sanctuary of the a meeting Tuesday of the very much to the appearanceof I E. Creal, president of I II

this week's issue of The Tribune First Methodist Church of Bun Flagler County Board of Public the building. I I the Citizens Bank of Bunnell, I

three proposed constitutional nell was dedicated in a beautiful Instruction with Members liar. NOW if the building owners said today at a meeting of the ,
old Emery, James Crews and II
amendments that are to be and impressive ceremony Mrs. John Rice would only get on the ball and I stockholders on September 18, a

voted on this November 5. Sunday morning, September 22. present, it was have the \"BUILT-IN 50f/r; stock dividend was declar-

It is virtually impossible for Rev. Joseph A. Tolle District agreed to educational expand the facilities.schoolsystem's eliminated from the SHOWER"I entrance 'I ed.I This Increases the capital

the Superintendent of the DeLand it stock to $150,000.00. The present
average voter to Understand would have a real "up.town" .
what the end result will be If District, officiated in the dedica the Emery, vice chairman, opened look . Many pedestranshave I surplus is $150.000.00.
tion Rev. Howard meeting by stating as its I The bank
these amendments are ratified. ceremony. received unexpected showers began operation in I
Porter Is pastor of the church: purpose "to open bids for purchase 1938 with
Therefore, the voter must trust of this week while walking along a capital stock of i
the judgment of their representatives George Moody, Sr., presentedthe television sets for Bun (the sidewalk.X 25000.00( and a paid-in surplusof
building for dedication. Rev. well High School, Carver High $5,000.00. In 1947 the
in the legislature who! School and Beach : X X :X capital .
agreed, to have these amendments Tolle accepted It for dedication., School.Flagler" Elementary Congrtulations to the City stock was Increased to 50000.00: :
Walter Morris "Bless This and In 1953 it !"
SUbmitted to the people sang Commissioners, for their step in was increased to
for adoption or rejection.The House." Organist was Ray Mer Three bids St.were opened: Bain'sElectronics I making the much needed Improvements $100,000.00. t
Augustine; Harris
first amendment it to the The original shareholders paid
appears cer.The Library and
Appliances Bunnell Seacoast
,
will permit election of original church buildingwas ; also for their plans for future $120.00 per share for their stock.

a governor and his cabinet at dedicated on February 27, Appliances, Jacksonville; Improvements.If To date they nave received I
1910. The church building, land, and General Electric, Orlando. 457.00 share in dividends.
the general election in 1964 for j Bain's bid some civic minded club is per
terms of two years. Then elect and parsonage were given byI. $173.55 each: Harris interested In helping to improvethe After the present Increase in cap.
I. Moody, J. F. Lambert and j Appliances $146.75; Seacoast Its! stock will
another set of officers at the 1966 I I $149.92 Library, now would be a they have six
general election in November. George Moody, Sr. and General Electric good time for them to otter their shares Instead of the originalone

Thereafter these state officers Chater members were Mr. and $154.00. The Harris bid was ac cooperation to the commission share, valued at $200.00 per

\ would be elected on what has' Mrs. I. I. Moody, Bettie and. cepted. members. share, excluding any participa I

come to be termed "off election" George Moody, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Before the Harris bid was accepted :X X X X tion In undivided profits. t

years. That is, years when thereis G. C. McArn, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Supt. Z. D. Holland suggested The rain Mr. Creal also said "The cap. ;
really did
not national election held. Heath, E. P. Eagerton and Bes to the board that they come Ital structure of the bank is well :

is not presidential election. sie Goodsley. By the end of 1910 hear J. D. Bain concerning a down, beginning Sunday night above the capital ratios reported

Amendment No.2 is the so- there were 22 members. The distribution system for the ETV time and continuing on until press I by the American Bankers Association
Wednesday night. It
membership Is 65. which was done. wasa i for the State
called today ? chartered
I
amendment
emergency to real 1
northeaster. However
Mr, Bain withdrew his bid for ,
allow the floating of millions of The building fund for the new late banks. It is the Intention of this
Wednesday afternoon
the
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sanctuary started in sets saying his was a "compli Bank to maintain
dollars of bonds to create' "In was Mayof wind had subsided and always a cap.
stitutions of 1956. May 4, 1958, the first 'mentary bid anyway as he was some ital structure well above aver.
higher. learning, service not primarily interested In sets showers were slacking up, 1 I "
was held in the new age.
junior colleges anr certain vocational but in distribution think. (It could be wlshiful
building, and the debt systems. I
was paid
technical
schools. thinking on part).
Upon invitation, Mr. Bain ex my
off in
January, 1963. On
To pay the bonds proposed to Sep. I have heard a lot of guessing .
plalned a distribution
be issued all Igross receipts tember 1st, the note was burnedin system about the number of inches
for Flagler county schools: cov Florida, Council
c '-w, -_,Jaxe.wou1d..be frozen for this ing a worship fitting service hour.. at*""the" morn: ering' 44''classrooms."With. this, of tain that 'tell, but no official c, :.

purpose for the"next 50 years, report. Three to eight Inches
system, he said the Usual home
Those '
appointed to the building On
beginning 1 1964. has been Aging '
January type TV sets would perform perfectly unofficlaly reportedfrom
The bonds could not be sold committee in 1956 were: T. different sections of the

I for less than 98 per cent of parI E. Holden, Levi Drady, Mrs. Walter high or whether ultra high receiving frequency very county. I The first of a series of conferences .
Cody, Mrs. F. M. Townsend
value, nor draw interest at a signals. of 1963-W of the Florida

rate greater than 4% percent. Billy Deen, M. B. Fuller, Lloyd He Don To Council for the Aging is to .
Robertson and proposed a complete sys Emery
1 It seems that, since the state Leo Baker. I tern at an estimated cost of be held In the Voyage Motel,
The
constitution prohibits bondingthe original building on the $2,872. Supt. Holland said at Conduct Art AlA, Daytona Beach on October

state, as such, this is a way corner of Lambert Ave. and this point It is anticipated that 3 and 4. This conference Includes .
in Church St., is now serving as r the and Volusia
I getting around that provision 45 / FJagler
the educational building. The per cent of the cost would be Classes Here .
proponents claiming that I borne by the National Education County area. The Keynote address I
"an emergency exists in the new sanctuary is on the same I Defense fund. I The Daytona Beach Junior will be given on Thursday I

I field of education." block on the corner of LambertAve. Bain also offered a plan of College will begin an Art Classat evening, the 3rd, by Dr. John '
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and Pine St.
Amendment No. 3 states that leasing the system but, it was the Bunnell High School on Allen, President of University of I'
the dedication
the 1963 legislature created an Following servo explained, reimbursement for Thursday evening, October 3, at Southern Florida. Topic will be
t ice, a basket picnic dinner was I Education for Enriched and Use-
t "Outdoor Recrreatlonal Council. part of the cost could not be 7, P. M., School Supt. Dean Holland
served at the Bunnell Civic
This council may Issue revenuer ter. Cen expected. A motion made, seconded said today. Registrationand ful Living In Later Years.

bonds, revenue certificates or the first class
and carried advertise period will
to
I Future building plans for the Part of the program for Friday
other evidences of Indebtednessto be held the
on same night.
; Church include I The constructionof Continued To Page 8 morning will be a panel. of state
"acquire lands, water areas Don Emery, well known artistof
a 'new parsonage which will and community leaders, one of
and related resources and construct Daytona Beach, will be the
be built on the Stoker propertyon whom is Mrs. Edna M. Smiley,
improve enlarge and ex Instructor for the class. Classes
the of Coordinator, Adult Education,
corner Magnolia Ave. Set
tend capital improvements and Competition will run from 7 to 10 o'clock
St. Daytona Beach Junior College.
and Cherry
facilities. .of outdoor recreation each Thursday evening duringthe I
After retirement of the parsonage Punt Kick
natural resources conservation Pass course. I During the noon hour a Play:

and related facilities in debt a new educational The, art class is being conducted "The Room Upstairs" will be
Bunnell Motor will
building will be constructed at Company
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this state. I .
through the Adult Division presented.
the same location, of the old again this year sponsor the
To for these "facilities" of the
pay a College. During the afternoon from
"Punt Pass Kick"
church and parsonage. competition
I land acquisition trust fund is among small-fry football enthu 1:45 to 4:15 there will be Actlv-
created. Revenue sources are to LOAN CLOSET WILL BE
ity reports, Experiences of a
I siasts, it was announced today i
; be designated by the legislature. IN RICE BUILDING Home Demonstration Agency;
the .
School by company.All I II
r The activities created under this Sunday The Flagler Community Loan Problems of Insurance; A Panorama .
boys aged eight through
amendment is for a period of 50 Closet will be housed in the John of Activities at Daytona "
eleven should downto I
get
years
Promotion
I' years.It Day the motor company and Rice Building next to the Masonic Beach Junior College for adults; ,

probably would be advan Temple, Mrs. Louise Tay A discussion of Problems of Insurance :
for
register the competition
tageous for the voter to have For MethodistsPromotion which will be held Saturday, lor, public health nurse, has an and a film, "Shield

his senator and representative nounced. Against Want." And
finally a
Day will be held at October 12. One can register:
explain what the amendments The Loan Closet will be housed Summary by Dr. Samuel E.
the Fir sit Methodist Church until the day before the con
would mean in terms of benefits|I I I School Sunday morning begin'nlng in the rear of the building Hand, State Supervisor of Adult

and costs to the average person test.The and is being loaned by Virginia Education.The .
'at 9:45, the pastor, Rev. contest will be run along
Kawala and Roselle Britt. Theyare Conference Is free to all.
Howard Porter, said today. the same lines as It was last
renting the building and use i Those desiring detailed Information
The installation of officers and year.
the front half for their business, contact the
CITY LICENSES teachers of the Church School may Flagler
I The Beauty HutWHAT'S Health
I County Department Office
will take place atthe 11 o'clock
DUE OCTOBER 1 VFW AND AUXILIARY I in and
Bunnell ask for N. L.
I I worship hour. Rev. Porter will
SPONSOR CARNIVAL IN A NAME? Davidson
local Mental Health
City Clerk Nancy Rodgers iSi I officiate in the ceremony. He

reminding those who are operating will also speak on the themeof I HALLOWEEN NIGHT A traveler can visit Santa Fe, Worker.

business places within I( Christian Education in the I The Veterans of Foreign Wars Formosa, Florida, Georgetown,

the City limits of Bunnell that! Church and In the Home: and the Ladles Auxiliary will Marlborough New Amsterdam, HOW DO FIREFILES LIGHT?

their occupational licenses will At the evening service, Rev. sponsor the Halloween Carnival Alexandria, and Anapolls with. How do fireflies light? An enzyme

be due on the first day of Octo L. E. WatkIns, former pastor of again this year. It will be held out leaving South America. San I within the Insect's luminous

ber.The the church when the building at the Bunnell Civic Center on ta Fe and Formosa are in Argentina cells enables oyxgen and a

license fee will be the program was begun, will be October 31, Mrs. Dorothy Bar- ; Florida In Uruguay; substance called ludferin to

same as last year. Operators are guest speaker at the Sunday eve ber said today. Georgetown, Marlborough, and unite, producing a cold light

urged to purchase the licenses ning service. All members and Mrs. Barber said anyone wishing New Amsterdam in British Gui that throws off neither heat nor

before November first In orderto friends are urged to attend these to secure a booth for the'ana; Alexander and Anapolls In energy. The winking glow Is a

avoid a penalty. special services. carnival may contact her. I Brazil. signal betweeen the sexes.0 .







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FLOIUDA Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963
PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TUNNEL! -, ----

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Fall Is The Time 1 djgjon, agronomist witty the will be sufficient If complete dur- sod:>r planting shouST be legumes razed closely given special attention. Florad
Florida Agricultural Extension! fertilizer has been applied
I; to seeding tfrne accordingto Oats and Florida Blade rye pro.
I Service. :Ing the season. prior dute earlier
To Fertilize GrassIn Henderson. more forage In the
Grass pastures should be fertilized If suitable land Is available, semen than other varieties, emphasizes -
preparation for the fall and no later than August In II I make preparations 'for planting I' Exeees should forage be 6f made suitable into the agronomist additlon .
winter months pasture owners north Florida. South Florida legumes In grass pastures. quality I rye has more resistanceto
I I I if it is not used for other
are reminded to fertilize grasses pasture owners should fertilizeby "Louisiana S-l and NoUn's Improved hay cold weather.
now. Summer pastures may the 15th of September. For White Clover will bring i| purposes, suggests Henderson.For

have suffered a loss of quality best results, use 50 to 75 poundsof Ii better results than other white ;, supplementary pastures should be of I' Subscribe lor The flag)', rlbiuw
due to heavy rainfall and excess nitrogen alone or any com clover" recommends the extension -t small grain, plans A Year In
$2.50 Advance
growth, reports J. R. Hen- plete fertilizer Nitrogen alone I agronomist To prepare made for planting early, and-I ---- ----.- --
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Thursday, Sept. 26,_1963. THE FLAGLER TRIBTJN,__ .UNNIXL, FLORIDA PAGE THREEMEETING
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-, Those elected were: President, 1
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Qu dSrighS'
a Walton Cowart; vice-president, I

: ,..'\iIPr"hrovlIr: "'ubt. ... GSllen; ttejmirer;t ndft. 'Sk,0Un : aBEL TON'S GROCERY

Of reporter Vlcki t King. :

SCHOOL JlEfOIlTERSAH Vicki| KIQ', teport r-
cease ar$ club rj>ortMi| "Your Friendly Co-op Store"

I met with Mr. John Cannon In JUNIOR CLASS NEWS
:I Room :5 on September 17th. T&!, The.'junior, { Class $$3 "on 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
their
purpose of the meeting was to 1 march! In the midst of
organize the reporter for the I magazine drive, they had passed STORE HOURS: PRICES GOOD
.\ year and acquaint them with the $1,200 mark by September20th I Week Doy* 8:00om-7:30pm QUANTITY RIGHTS I THROUGH

their responsibilities. and sales are still coming I! Saturdays 8:00am-9:00pm RESERVED THURS., FRI., SAT.,
;' Present were: Mary Ann Stef- strong. A car wash at Peterson's Sept. 28, 27, 28, 1963
I Ilk 7-B; Linda Bell 8-A; Karen Service Station on September 7 J
Moody, 8B; Vicki King, 9-A; I brought in another! $39, as some
Brenda Murrayr 10.A; Bellta I of the more Industrious members
Collins, 10-B; Buzzy McKnlght worked the entire day.
I' 11th; Nancy Wilson 12th; Mike I The Junior class officers are: \
Hornsby H1-Y-Club; Betty Lynn: president, Mike Hornsby; vice-
Bourne, Tri-H!-Y Club; Alllda! president Heidi Eisenbach; sec. ,
'1 Tucker, Beta Club; Jack Wetheerlngton retary, Gloria Johnston; treasur. 'I ,
Library Club; Arnold er, Ida Allen; and reporter, Buz- SALE7FLAVOR
I Morse, Spanish Club; Sue King, zy McKnight.
1.' Annual; and Nancy Fleurie, Co. I Buzzy McKnlght, reporter.

Editor. I
At the meeting Mr. Cannon I I BETA CLUB NEWS
discussed the principles of good The Beta Club sponsors, Mr.
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reporting and reminded the re Byron Hinson and Mr. John
porters of their responsibilities Cannon met with the Club's
as good reporters. Through this executive committee on Septem
r program the principal and taco ber 13th. The members presentwere
ulty members hope that the! : Jennie Bennett, Nancy

.,\: public will be kept well In. WIlson| Gloria Moore, and Alllda AGED. WORLD'S BEST LEAN MEATY
.: formed about the school pro. Tucker. The purpose of the
{ CHUCKROAST
.. gram of studle and activities. meeting was to discuss (the GROUND BEEF SPARE RIBS
;> Nancy Fleurie and Nancy Wil club's plan for the year.;
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son were appointed school reporters Work was begun op preparingand Lb. For 49C
for the year and will distributing copies of the 99.
edit and put In final form all Beta Club Constitution to its
.: news received from} class and members so they can become ac FLAVOR AGED
club. reporters. quainted with it. Lb.
John A. Cannon sponsor. This year's Beta Club officers, 39/1 FAMILYSTEAK
elected ait the end of the last
i ANNUAL NEWS school year, are: president, Jennie } '
:.. The Annual staff has been Bennett; vice-president, Buz.I I y Lb.
.' chosen and has been working zy McKnight; secretary, Nancy 69FLAVOR
very hard the\past two weeks. Wilson; treasurer; Gloria Moore;
:" There Is a, lot of Bustle and and reporter, Alllda Tucker. r
t, bustle in the typing 2 class,
Allida Tucker, reporter. ., AGED OCEAN FRESH
which Is In charge of publlcatlon. -
[ Mary Matthews has been TRI-HI.Y NEWS z ROUND STEAK MULLET
I
:f In a "dither" trying to make the The Tri-HI-Y met on Septem .
account and money from the ber 12th in Room 1 to orientateits ; Lb. 89 ads which the seniors sold bal.ante. old and new members.I I
; This year's officers were elect.
; The annual staff Is as fol. ed. They are: president, Linda FOLGER'S
lows: editor, Sue King; layout ,Cody; vice-president, Brenda GIANT
editor, Mary Matthews; business I Tucker:?; secretary, Alllda Tucker Mountain GrownCoffee
manager Linda Cody; and I ; treasurer, Jennie Bennett;
literary editor, Alllda Tucker. I chaplain, Sharon Townsend; TIDE
The staff would like'to expressIts i parliamentarian, Sue McMillan;
appreciation to everyone for :historian Margie Blakely; and
the consideration given the ads. i reporter Betty Lynn Boume. fLORIDACRADEA
Mrs. Emma Murray, Trl-Hl-Y SMALL I J
Sue King, reporter. 1 LB. TIN
'sponsor, was In charge of the ;
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JUNIOR CHEER LEADERS 'meeting and Linda Cody pre ,49 EGGS
Twenty-five: girls from the sided. 49'Limit ;:
seventh and eighth grades met The Tri-Hl-Y is announcingits 3 990Limit
in the auditorium September 18 "First Fling" of the seasonon
to try out for Junior cheer lead. September 27th. Prices will Save 30c 3 Doz.: Please _

ers. Miss Bradley' girls' physical be 50 cents stag and 75 cents
education director, was In drag. The dance will "flng| on" Limit 1 With Purchase of Limit 1 With Purchase of
charge. The Judges were: Mrs. till midnight, and there will be $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order
Broadaway, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. plenty of refreshments in the
Cannon, and+ Mr. Hinson. :meantime. Everyone welcome, BLUE SEAL Campbell' Tomato
Mary Anne Stefllk, reporter. so, Ya'll come! SOLIDOLEO
Betty Lynn Bourne reporter. SOUP
SOPHOMORE CLASS NEWS -- '
The B section of the sophomoreclass The Spanish Club met in Each'. 9CABBAGE
met In Room 6 September Room 10 on September 11th to Green .. Lb.
20 to ,elect Its officers for the organize the club and discuss Lb. 9 Limit Thre.Shumne .
year. Mr. Hlnson, sponsor was some of Its plans for the year. $ Limit One
The officers, elected at a previous .
in charge, and 32 class mem 12 Oz. Laruta
bers were, present. meeting, are: president
vlce U. S. No 1 CORNED BEEFPOTATOES :
The officers are: president, Mike Church; president MAYONNAISE
Holland vice.president, Thomas'McDaniel';; secretary. Qt Each
Zachery ;
Cobb and IB4b. $9* : 49c 3ge
Stuart Rockett; secretary-treas. treasurer, Cynthia ; reporter

urer, Kay Weaver; reporter, Arnold\ Morse. IXBaMHngMBflMBaMMiCaSBfl
Other members Include: Alllda
Belita Collins; and. chaplain
Wilson N. C. and Cal. No. 1TOMATOES
Marylin McFarland. Class dues Tucker Nancy FREE
were set at $1.80. I' Nancy Fleurie, Brenda Murray 50

Bellta .Colllps, reporter Linda Weaver, Buzzy McKnlght. 'J9* TOP VALUE STAMPS
Tommy :Polk Johnny Scale, Martin
With Purchase of
Tucker, and Kent Holland.
8-B CLASS NEWS
((3) Cut.up Fryer
Mrs. Bessie Estes Spanish teacher
Class 8-B met in Room 7 on Coupon V.id After 9-28-63
August 31 to elect its officers. is the sponsor. Fit
in The members selected as a I I DMDfflOiMfc
Mr. Brown, sponsor was .-
charge, and Bobby Robinson motto for their club "In Unity 25

president, presided at the meet. there is strength" and they Mc, Censie's 10 Oz. Pkg. TOP VALUE STAMPS
Ing. All 28 class members were chose. the red rose, symbolic of With Purchase of
present. I the Spanish-speaking peoples, MIX OR MATCHVEGETABLES ((1) Twin Pack Ever Fresh
Elected were: president, Bobby I as their flower Potato Chip
Robinson; vice-president, Elaine I Arnold Morse reporter. Coupon Void After 9-28-63
Tidwell; secretary, Kathy An. : .
derson; treasurer Faith Wilson;
Save SightAid CAULIFLOWER -:- COLLARDSCUT 50 E
and reporter, Karen Moody.
FRESHMAN CLASS NEWS the Blind emu, OKRA -:- MUSTARD TOP VALUE STAMPS
The 9-A class met in Room 1 .OYMO.,10 With Purchase of
on September 11th to elect their GIVE TO THE BABY LIMAS .:- TURNIP GREENS $5.00 or More Food
officers. Mrs. Emma Murray Order
class sponsor, was in charge of FLORIDA LIONS FOUNDATIONFOR S For 9ge Coupon Void After 9.28-63

the meeting, and all 23 members I THE BLIND, INC. wa -. r ... .

were, present


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PAGE, FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept 26, 1963
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SENIOR CITIZENS Only ,.\' ,1':6'" :u' I.:. !
Quite a ,bit of interest was Jackie !
manifest at the Initial meetingof it was
older citizens, held at the up j
Recreation Hall at Flagler I
Beach. Tuesday, September 17. I ., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
A second meeting was ordered, 28, 1963 RESERVED
and will be held at the same
place Tuesday, October 1, at 6 DRESSED AND DRAWN
P.M. It will be a covered dish
supper. Bring food, and your
own table service. Coffeee wilt Whole
be furnished. bers Ib. 27Limit
Rev. E. Lester Stanton was !16 I Only
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elected Chairman and Mis. Ruth team -
Brandt vice-chalrma Mrs made I'
Walter Creal of Bunnell was which Three Please
elected team.
Secretary. 'Smoked Copeland's Pure Pork
All interested persons are in,
vited. Bring 'your: friends. Fur.' Fall A Hot or Mild
ther plans must be made and Mrs. I or hank 49 1 *
commutes procured. All who on the I Lb. Sausage 391a,
come October 1st will qualify Haines their Ie II!
a* Charter Members. Lb.
team CVC Lyke's All Meat Vac. Pac
THXBO GRADE MOTHERS and

HONOR.MRS... _STEVENS. in a 12 OZ. 00
-- - long to
JW8. ALWC. .oievens, new third Franks 3 $1
grade teacher at the Flagler made lb Pkgs.
Beach Elementary School, was Then 49
guest of honor at a social get. ed off Single Package 3ge Each
together last Tuesday at the each
home of her room mothers, Mrs. Emily
Bob Whitney. Mrs. Theo Hein, wrote HOUSE AMERICA'S FAVORITE
the other room mother, assisted score
Mrs Whitney. until SHORTENINGCRISCO
Others attending, were: Mrs., ed.The
Mrs. Gene Spivey, Mrs. Owen
Klrkpatrick, ,Mrs. Billy Babbitt, football
Mrs. Ray Martel and Mrs.: Robert Massie,
Mcbaniel.FftPTA ., -
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MEETS othy Charles : 99 Lb. 59
NEXT TUESDAY Vina. ( ) 89' Cal
The Flagler Beach Parent. and
Teacher Association will meet As More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
next Tuesday night at 7:30 in the

the The school program cafetorlum.will be on In. written the TOMATOES 313 1 O Each

surance. Come with your questions their: Cae
on any type of insurance Ing the
and !they will be'''answered. bya a good Limit 4 Please
well qualified person. I ed Bondy.'L. \
Dates of the Halloween Carnival of I'I SOLID
and Dinner will also be announced 'ed. OLEO 2 Lbs.29

at this meeting. able The(to For

METHODIST CHURCH ed out
Church school time Is at 9:45A. team 2i/z Can Shurfine
.M. and worship hour Is at 11 Jones
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover she had 2 Fer29 Fruit .
Cocktail
minister. There will also be the 35
special music by the choir. team teams

COMMUNITY CHURCH ation of 12 Oz. Niblet W. K.

Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. be a big For
with classes for all ages. At the club 39* CORN F" *
2
11 o'clock worship hour Rev.R. Mrs. 35
.
W. Dickert will speak on "The Sessions
Essential Qualities in Love to bert
Jesus Christ." Julia 1 Lb. Can Royal Pink Alaska '

BAPTIST CHURCH dividend A I : For 39 c SALMON
59
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. iteam
and worship hour is at 11 o'. lars in
clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, business
pastor. Training Union is at 6:45 Mrs. FROZEN FOODS
and evening worship is at 7:45.: Means \
nounced 8 Oz. Winter Garden

Books Are My DishAt endar be in ds 2 "- 350 MEAT PIES 2 pt' 370

times, the Flagler Mrs. H.
sand 6 Oz. Seald Sweet
Club Library is a "Uarnassus on
U.
Wheels." wishing 2 350 LEMONADE For
6
to
To make way for the Boy call 790
scouts innner last weeK, bookshelves Hevdt 10
were wheeled up,, to the Mrs. Lb.

wall. Some at booklovers finding no were library disappointed , coming I tOe HRli5pBread"1[ <. 59$

but they liked, which they nesday, 100 Extra Free
I S & H
signed up for and took home. at 2 P. Green StaMps With
Come and visit the Helen (
library,
... Order
Thursdays The new 1 library(to 4:30.in Washington the ogue of Every lay, Monday Thru Satirday.

now a year 'old like ours, The Valuable Trade Stamps."
has 400 books, according to "special"
Time, all by Americans. They
plan for 2,200 more by Ameri guests. F tra
cans. Fiction and poetry writers Mrs.to be. too Free too ? 50 EXTRA 50
I must be dead because alive they : S& H GREEN FREE
get get so Jealous! The effectIs tober STAMPS S& H GREEN STAMPS
I on the sober and gray side. visit to Saturday, Sept. 28, 1963 With
Our library has 1,500 books. The cess Purchase of One 20 Lb I1 this coupon and your
I writers of 'every nationality, are Bag Charcoal Briauetl 'S Purchase VIV of One 14- '9X-
Simonize
and many very much alive! So meeting Coupon Floor Wax
cake Expires
what has the Washington 11- Coupon
Mrs. Saturday, Sept. 28, 1963 Expires
brary got that ours hasn'tfi Charles Saturday, Sept 28, 1963

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Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, PAGE FIVE

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Persons Advised articles of Infected persons. NOLAN BENNETT

I "Last year there were 12,358 DIES IN GEORGIANolan
e To Get Flu Shots reported oases in Florida-and
Bennett of Jessup, Ga,
that weren't
probably more re
son In law of Mrs. G C.
Health Layton
LOCALS By BoardI ported. There were 88 deaths
of Bunnell, passed away at the
last year. In 1961, there were
I i Veterans Hospital in Dublin, Ga
Don't delay another day get. I Ii 50 deaths among 4,176 cases. So
i I ting your flu shots, says the! far this year, there have been Saturday afternoon.
State Board of Health. The Funeral service was held at 4
MORE NAMES ABE GARDEN CLUB TO | onset over 7,000 cases against some
ADDED TO JUNIOR MEET TUESDAYThe I of cooler weather Is the time 11,000 to the similar time last o'clock Monday afternoon at
COLLEGE LISTFollowing Beach Garden I of danger. It takes a month for,,year. Jessup. He had been ill about
Flagler
a shot to become effective. four years.
are several names Club will hold the first meetIng .
There is no guarantee that a Approximately threequartersof He Is survived by his wife,
that were omitted when we pub. of the year on Tuesday, Oc- Mrs. Eula Layton Bennett
shot will keep you from getting all flu deaths occur among a son
lished a list of college students. tober 1st at 1:30 P.M. at the and a daughter.The .
flu but it is
the only way persons under five and over 65.
Those attending Junior CollegeIn home of Mis. Frank Brede with
medical science knows of help Immunization .is especially important
Daytona Beach are Boyd Robertson hostess Leola Jones. I
ing protect you. Inoculation after I for in these
persons age stargazer, a burrowingfish
and Tommy Robinson. The program will be planning
exposure is useless. It's too late, groups and persons who have has been found to :emit
Attending the Business Col I the projects for the year and a ,
then.
There
are no specific chronic disabling diseases. electrical discharges asd4 eaU,
lege at Mary Karl Vocational I paper by Mrs. Sue Spivey. The treatments for flu. You Just haveto ,
School are Joan Cockrell, San arrangement of the month will suffer It-and hope it doesn't
dra Deen, Glorida Harding, and also be by Mrs. Spivey. turn into pneumonia.The .

Linda Card! best treatment is bed rest,
Also attending the Electronic Rev. Thomas Pinner Jr., is a good food, plenty of liquids and NOTICEOccupational
School there are Jimmy Crews patient in the Baptist Hospital asprin or nose drops to relieve
In Jacksonville where he underwent I
and Frank Preston. discomfort. Antibiotics help only
surgery Monday. He is re if
complications set in.
ATTENDS ANNUAL ported: as improving. II I I The source of infection, says licenses will

METHODIST MEN'S I I Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, assistant
WEEKEND RETREAT I state health officer and director: be due October
1 1963.
Ray Mercer and Dr. Allen Reynolds Mrs. Anna Jarosz has returnedto I of the board's bureau of preventable ,
are leaving Friday eveningto her home here after spendingtwo diseases, are discharges
attend the annual MetthodlstMen's months in Detroit visiting from the mouth and nose of Infected License fees are the sameas
Retreat at Leesburg. / members of her family.Examinations I persons"Avoid

I persons who spit any
Mrs. Nazhla Trad has returnedto r where except into a disposable last year. To avoid pen-
her home here after a visitin ForAppointments tissue or container," he said.
Quebec City, Canada with her "Avoid coughers and sneezers. I
son in! law and daughter, Mr. To Don't use towels, drinking alty, must be paid on or before -
and Mrs. Joe Kiley. glasses, eating utensils or toilet

She was accompanied home by Academies Set November 1 1963.
wish to
her son. Charles Trad'who is I consider a career in the ,
presently employed there. He I Eighth District Congressman I Armed Services," Matthew said.I i
will spend several days visitinghere D. R. (Billy) Matthews, today Matthews indicated that any
before returning ithere. announced that an "examina applicant for an Academy appointment : CITY. OF BUNNELL
tion for designation" to the must contact him by I
Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynolds,I I'various Military Academies will October 1, 1963, so the preliminary -I'I Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, Clerk

Betty Miller and Marjorie Schatz I i be conducted on Saturday, November examination can be sched
spent Saturday in Daytona Beach I 9, 1963, for all young uled. i iI
attending a course on: human re I I men In the Eighth District mak I -- --.---
lations. The teacher was Dr. ing application to him for an
Frank Goodwin, professor of' Academy appointment in 1964. ' "
Sales and Selling at t he I Matthews said the examination ," t' ,1' ,.Ii-. 1" ;: " ,,,,,, ,, N' J ,:;,," .,'" ,
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I 't \, ,
city of Florida in unlvei.1 i would be scheduled in several : ;;m: t'f: ..;;, :. I '.' 'r' II z ,
Dr. Reynolds also at : i towns and cities in Florida, "J'Ji: I'
meeting of the N. E. District of I I and he urged all young men of ,' ,
the Dental Society in St. Augustine I' his district seeking appoint. ., AMERICA'S I TOMORROW 'IS 'ITS CHILDREN !, '
Monday. Dr. Goodwin also meats to immediately get In -
was guest speaker on this oc j i touch with him so that arrangements ,. ;
casion. i can be made for them < * *
I to participate in the examina

Mrs. Sheman Clover is a pa tion.
pient in the local hospital for -A letter should be directedto
medical treatment. my Washington office, 1320
Longworth House Office Build

Mrs. Thomas Diamond is lag, advising which Academythe ,
pending a short vacation in applicant wishes !to apply y
Detroit: with here son in law and for appointment and indicatingthat
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin he desires to take the preliminary .
Cramer and little son Jeff. examination," Matthews
said. "Those applicants
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yelvingtonof who have already submitted applications -
Miami visited here Monday need not write again."!I '
with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelving "This November examinationis l S>. I! *
ton and sons, Kevin and Barry. not for admission to the -
i Mr. Yelvington is Andy's father. Academies, but the results will *
be utilized in making my se- .
lections on appointments for
I ,1
the classes entering the Academies .r ,
{
of Bunnell
City ,, next year. Each applicant rte..
if nominated for an Academy, e -- ,*
WILL RECEIVEAPPLICATIONS I must later complete the proper
X,14 .}a lr sir.
I application and take required 1 t
tests," Matthews explained.
FORA "This preliminary examinationfor 'ThE2
designation will be conduct.
ed by the U. S. Civil Service

NIGHT Commission, and the purpose is 7. r 4 yet ,
to assist Members of Congressin
PATROLMANUNTIL making their selections of '.
applicants ito compete for Academy : 4 Y
7:30 P. M. vacancies allocated to their
respective districts," Matthews
OCTOBER 7, 1963 said.

1} "The opportunity to attend '

City of BuRRell I one of the Nation's Military \.
II Academies is well worth seek. ;

I Ing by any young man who may : Protect them. ..always expect the {,jj

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AlWAn'.D'RIH' CAREFULLY !
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA: Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963

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THE BOOK NOOK ga4Q.Re1 It InBr 6)4114 Seaport Cities Real glory springs from the Subscribe for Th FlogUr Tribune

.. 1 ,silent conquest of. ourselves I SLS8 Year In Advance

FOR CHLOE WITH LOVE ( Kerrey Sharpe) Potential Joseph Parrish Thompson.
Entry IW: THE CIRCUIT COUnT IN AND
I i FOR KLAGLKH COUNTY FLORIDA
Chloe was a senior at Com. If you are running out of I I IN TIIR T CIRCUIT COURT SBVHJMTII IN CHANCKRY NO. 414* .
For SnakesA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN CmfcJDNB BANK OF BUNNBLI*
mj of(ty High and the star basketball neighbors to hate "with a purple Many I AND FOR' FltAGLER CSDUKTV, a banking corm ation. organised

player for the girls team. passion," then consider I State Board of Health biologist FLORIDA. 4708PHOOV If! CHANCKIUT'OASHNO. j 1 the and State o? FtSflda er .the law ofPlalDtlff

Chloe was In love. There was J. KING,
growing the passion plant. It said today Florida's sea Plaintiff .

one big problem with her love has purple flowers. port cities are potentially dang I BBNNIE C. PAPBERO T' and wife,
affair.: She was In love with ALBERT A-KING and I GOLDIE M.NOTICE. PAPBERO.Defendants
The plant Is also called the erous areas where strange foreign HAZEL, a KINO,
Dan Fairfax, the new young Defendants. TO APPEAR
since the fruit of the reptiles may enter. I
principal and coach of Community maypop NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE. I IN THE NAME OF THE'STATEOF
plant when stepped on may William M. Beck, Jr., said in CXOMVRG!! SAlK II Y CLERK FLORIDA and

High. I burst with a "pop." Small-fry I this connection that trying to to Notice a Final Is hereby Decree given of Foreclosure pursuant TO: BENNIE wife. GOLDIE C. PADBERO)J. PAD

And although she was sure baseball pitchers put the lop. describe or identify a snake by. dated In September Chancery 20,Case 1963, No.and 70S entered I BERG Ml S. Lincoln

she hadn't a chance, how could sided fruit to a practical use. 'telephone is hazardous "al of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Salem Illinois; and wife,
YOU Bennie C. Pad berg
she In a small town like College They) use them to toss curves though the matter of positive I County Judicial Florida Circuit In wherein and for PEGGY Flagler J.: acidic l M. Padberg, are hereby notified

Grove where any hint of and drops like a big leaguer. identification of poisonoussnakes KINO Is plaintiff and ALBERT A. mortgages that k Complaint on the following to foreclosethe described -
KINO and HAZEL Hi KINO,
romance between a student anda When the fruit matures and is realtlvely simple provided I defendants. I will sell to the highest are o Block to-wlt: and
S, and Lots 4
; teacher! wQuld start tongues turns yellow, the slimy coated no foreign species or aberrant the and northern best' bidder front doer for cash of the at 67 Lot Block 8 of 1. BRUNER! ADDITION,

wagging.So seeds Inside the maypop are species turn up. Flagler County Courthouse in according to plat of Bruner Addition *
office of the
Flagler on file In the
County.
Chloe's only real chanceof worthy of tasting-If, you likea As an example of an aberrant o'clock Noon on Florida the 7th at day 12:00 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

seeing "Mr. Dan" was on basketball sickening sweet mess. The species, he said'solid black coral October. property 1963 the as following set forth described In- for Plat Flagler Book S County at PsKa, Florida 24: In

trips. But even basketball fruit 4s used In flavoring ice snakes have been found in this aid Final Decree, to-Wit: Also 1959 Automobile, t Dr. has Sedan -
I. D. No. A9OO-123769
took on a romantic aspect cream and confectionery. Some country, although they are rare.I One (1) 1IU Mlchl Trailer Identification been filed against you and you
No. 13253, Model No.
I to serve a
are required
when Chloe was the star and say that maypops add an exotic Another problem could_ be the 132.63: and of your Answer or Pleading to copy the
:. One (1) Model DD No. 4838 Lincoln
flavor to mixed drinks Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney -
punches, Introduction Into Florida sea-
every victory brought prestigefor Donut Machine. H. T. Cook, Citizens BankBuilding
the man she loved. and juices. prts of any one of several South Dated this 20th day of Septem- Bunnell, Florida, and file

> All romantics should As
young sion plant Is said to produce a which FlorIdians would not rec Clerk of said Circuit Court Circuit Court on or before the list
read this book to find out just Dy Julia R. Harvey i day of October A. D. 1963. If you
sedative effect. While under ognize coral because differ Deputy Clerk. defaultwill
do
as they I fail to so. judgment by
what does between Chloe Sept. 2 -ltc ,
happen be taken against for the
this Influence like to in markings. The American you
and "Mi. Dan." you may relief demanded In the Complaint.This .
consider the legend attached to deadly coral has a black nose NOTICEThe notice shall be published
Library Assistant Board of l'ublo( Instruction once each week for four consrcutlves -
(the plant. with bands of red touching yel of Flagler County will receive weeks In The Flagler Tri
fda,,Allen.' The ten colored parts of the low. Outside the highly Unusual sealed bids on one (1) four-door bune. Bunnell, Florida.
(4-door) sedan compact type automobile Done and Ordered at Bunnell.
flower were believed to repre black one, the banding and colors to be used In the driver Flagler county Florida this 16th
That glory only Is imprelsh- education program. day of September A. D. 1983.
whIch) Is fixed In sent the ten Apostles present at do not change. However, Each bid must be Healed and E. A. SMYTHE.
able
ones own the Crucifixion. Inside the flow. South American species in marked 'Bid on Automobile" and Clerk, Circuit Court.
moral makeup-Mary Baker Ed. vary delivered or mailed so as to reach Flagler County, Florida
er Is a, showy crown of colored banding and in touching colors. the office of the County Superintendent It. T. Cook
dye at the County Court House: for Plaintiff,
filaments which .U supposed to Beck said various foreign reptiles In Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida I*. t&nrl x 8. Bunnell Florida
represent the crown of thorns. have been found In Flor prior to '9.00: a. m. on October Sept 19-24 & Oct. I.I0-41e
8. d prices shall not in.
iuJf13Star:
There? are five stamens suggesting ida and that "the number of or Federal a A IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
cashier check certified check FLAGI.KR ()COUNTY FLORIDAIN
Community or
(the five wounds. The species of exotic reptiles and bank draft representing Ave (b%) CHANCERY NO. 47311 '

Memorial ChurchUterdeBomUatUnai long tendrils represent the whip I amphibians collected from the per cent of the the bid.total bid must accompany WILLIAM BUSH Plaintiff .

with which Christ was scourged. I mahogany sawmill !In Tampa, The automobile shall meet the vs. '

The. finger-like leaves representthe for instance. Is large." following"It shall minimum be four-door requirements(4-door:) EVABELLE C. BUSH _

AIR CONDITIONED hands of the persecutors. Beck, who spent four fears In type than with wheel base of not lens NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND
one hundred
., Daytona An. Passion flowers are propagated undergraduate work In herPetology inches, equipped with eight a six(108)(8) THE STATE EVABELLE OF FLORIDA C. BUSH TO:

FLAGLER BEACH by seed or cuttings. A and a great deal of time one cylinder hundred engine forty of not(140)less cubic than Route 206
Belle Mead. New Jersey
Sunday School 10:00 A. Me sandy loam soil Is recommended, during World War II lecturingto eighty Inch piston displacement of You are hereby notified that a
I but the plant will thrive on organic medical more) with(80) horsepower (or suit has been filed against you In
Church Service 11:00 A. M. I' troops on recognition a three (3) speed the above entitled cause; and you ,
soil. The plant is easily of poisonous snakes, said any transmission.with oil It filter shall be equipped are hereby required kto"rlhr.o'g answer *
a W. DICKERT windshield
Pastor
,
with| the t,
: j I bitten by frost, therefore, grow snake which has bitten someone wipers, horn sun villora.{ heater, and to serve a copy thereof upon
EVERYONE WELCOMRPETERSON (4) eat belts
Jour (J front and
the plant In a protected spot should be killed If at all Ave the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
......t _.r I pos. back of <5J tires and whose name and address is:
I Annuals sible and brought with the vie- respective standard automobile size). for self-the RAY Selden SELDEN

There are dozens of annuals time to a hospital.The cancelling turn signals (front Daytona Building Beach Florida

TEXACO and perennials that can be biologist suggested that outside and rear mirrors bumpers mounted), stop on lights each not 1963 later than October list, A. D.

SERVICE j I planted now until the last of' no one try !to give or accept a aide off witch of on> and the right Ignition side cut- If* you fall to do so, decree pro

ROAD SERVICE' October, If you desire to schedule description by phone because of the. Alternated control panel.bid pn you confesso for! the will relief be demanded entered against In the
to be
Light Mechanical Work splashes of bright colors in the great possibility of error; for an automatic transmission submitted In said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

Phone .437-3441. Bunnt.ll the garden during the winter that in the case of an exotic lieu transmission.of the three speed (stick type) : WITNESS my hand and eeal of

and even next spring. snake the Important thing is Please state the earliest date said Court A. D.this 1963.17th day of September -
that l the .
Unfortunately, many new gardeners not what kind it is but whetherit livered. Delivery automobile desired can be withIn de. I (Official 1 Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said
Circuit Court
two weeks.The
think that they can get is poisonous. Hoard of Public Instruction By Julia R Harvey

HASTINGS MATTRESS j I I the widest range of colors if He warned, too, against reach- and/or reserves all the bids right and to to reject any Sept n.Z8 Oct. a-10-4ce Deputy Clerk

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS they plant packets of mixed Ing into gopher holes during formalities or Informalities,waive, In. hi.any,. I IV:
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I OF TAE
710.12 Lemon St. seeds. Usually there Is a wide I winter because rattlers often I ding /S/ HAROLD EMERY I SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Iff \

1 Palatka, Florida range of colors in these packets, hibernate In such places. He I ATTESTS : Vice Chairman : AND FLORID FOR* IV: CIIANCKRY FLARLKR .COUNTY.NOTICE

Phone EA 5-9166 but colors are often Inferior said, also, that while snakes are I / / Z. D. HOLLAND I OF SUIT CHANCERY NO.-.'

Furniture. Uphol.terll1g'RepatreeS when the bargain mixtures are less active in winter they are, Sept 26-Itc County uperlntendent. EULA MAE HOPKINS Plaintiff.

& Refinished planted. For brighest colors, nevertheless, present and caution
Mattresses & Box NOTICE ANDREW HOPKINS
Sprlng'1MaeSe ,
t to Order. Also RenovatedCall stick to individual packages of Is urgent. The Board of Public Instruction Defendant.
separate colors and plant only of Flaglf'r County will receive ORDER OF PURLICATIOV'
sealed bids to
Laura Morris 437.3233 furnish and Install IN T1{E NAME
0.\1' THE
STATE
After 6:00 P. M. top quality seed. chemicals for sale at your garden a tem complete In all the ETV schools distribution In Flagler sys TO OF: ANDREW FLORIDA'
To stand of seed. HOPKINS
get a good
county.
PRICES that will residence
REASONABLE. supply store help Specifications address:
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. lings, protect them from the keep down damping-off. They from the pfflce of can the be County obtained Su- TOil unknown.are hereby
required to file
Just as near as dreaded damplng-off disease, perlntendent at the Flagler County with the Clerk of
Semesan Fer Court
include Spergon
Office Courthouse In lIthlf your
Phone Post Bunnell Flalrler answer t<> the
or which Is quite prevalent duringthe County. Florida., Complaint
Drop Us A Card or Call mate, and Karbam. Treating the Kach bid above herein cause| ono orbefore

Free: Pickup & Delivery warm days. September There are and several October seeds with one of these materials I fihSSSli?, on delivered ETV DlitrlbuttoS the .lntitled day of September A. D..
or mailed
and
and sowing the seeds in so as to reach the office of the Ur. serve Wt a copy Borns thereof un-
plaintifrs
flats will Insure that you will County Superintendent at the Sto.Wv'1C" '
whOM
I County Court House In Bunnell. ?A iorNl'rln; JOI dtr'oi:
produce healthy seedlings.If Flagler County, Florida
prior
to Beach Florida.
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe 9.00: a. "The Flagler Tri
m. on October i. 19831 A bune" is hereby
looking for bright designated
you are cashier check certified check as the
fire Insurance policies we write still give the same colored annuals to perk up borders bank draft representing five .(S ft)or) consecutive newspaper In! which this order shall

dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional or to edge shrubs and cPoempCaenny tfheth'bdU1 bid must ac- NOT! OR A weeks.aHEREINrPAIL DECREE PRO
The CONFESSO
Board -
of
coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very flower beds, try candytuft, Chi. reserves iithSMrlffht.to Public Instruction reject any YOU' FOR WILL SUCH BE: ENTER FAILURE.AGAINST /

little extra costRemember nese forget-me-not, cup.fiower, and/or formalities to wale| any The nature II
or Informalities in Complaint Divorce andifor
for the
Dahlberg daisy, lobelia, Moroccan ding. permanent
' H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you totaflax or.viola. /$/ HAROLD EMERT children of the custody partlel.of the minor
Vice< .
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 To ,take care of your needs I I ATTESTS : Chairman. Bunnell WITNESS Flacl.r my hand Count and. seal at ,
/ / Z. D.: HOLLAND Florida.
or stop in soon for full details. for cut flowers and artistic Sept. 2 -UcUn'Sr Superintendent iOfflc"ihs day')ot August A. D. mil

H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone bouquets, plant blanket flower, AI Clerk * Circuit I

437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. Flo. calendula, carnation, clarkla, Election of NOTICE three supervisors for Sept. rt.lil2nt'l'! Florida Court
<
mlgonete, mourning bride and terms of four years each. for Flag

the old favorite, snapdragon ler Soil Conservation October 10, 1981 District.

I Pursuant to the Soil Conservation
IN TIIH COUNTY JUDGE" COURT Act. Chapter Ml. Florida Statutes mbf 3J! @I'f> >rtbuni
I\ ANI) FOIL FLAOLKR+ COUtf- I of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1981 I
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT TV KM>niUA. IN IMIOIIATK. notice Is hereby given of an elec
BUNNELL
CASE NO. Me I tion to be held on October 10, 1113. FLORIDA
IN KB. 1lItat. of I for the election of three (3) supervisors
AMBULANCE GEORGE M. TOMPKlNa I for terms of four (4)>>
Deceased. years each. MRS H. B. FULLER
PHONE VAlley|| 41625 NOTICK OK FILINGS PETITION I Polling Place (s) EditorOfflel.l
I FOR KINAI. CHARGE! OK Courthouse Bunnell Florida
SERVICE AUMI.MSTIIATOIINotlc : I Wateroak Station Blmlnl, Flor- Desigaated
ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA I* hereby given that I IdaHaw p.blle.tl
have filed my final return as admlnlitrator Creek Service Station.. I.. Pablie "..ie.. .r
of the estate of Haw Creek Florida FlaglerCasty
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We GEORGE M. TOMPKINS deceased; Polling place (s) will be open .alelpalltt. tkeneia
and that I have filed my petition for between hours f SX". ..4 (..
, at service with promptness safety state .{
are always your distribution and for Anal discharge and 1:00: P. M. Flerida
and that on October 18th. 1963 I t twill WftD\ V11'0' electors residing
t experience. apply to the Honorable T. K. the District shall be eligible
McKNIQHT, County Judge of Flag- to vote In this election. Entered as second class matter

Equipped With Oxygen Retusitator and Inhalator ler said County.final Florida returns for and approvalof for an the FloridadSooilcCon! a. defined Act In February I, m, at the postofflc.

order of distribution and for final includes any person qualified to at Bunnell. Florida, under I
discharge of executrix of the will vote In general elections under the act of
Garcia i Funeral Home of GEORGE. M. TQMPK1NS. de Constitution and Statutes of this March S. lIT$.
ceased. tale who Is also* landowner In {
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director First publication: the herein named district. r
. September t1lbt..UU I* 1L Holllngsworth. One year ---tuo

,i LADY ASSISTANT /S/ Jo :Administrator I ervatloa Administrator Board State. Boll' Con- Six months .. -I1.2J:

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TIP TOP (Reg. or Pink) 6 Oz. Can U.S.CHOICE


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California RedGRAPES
190 AZALEA (ALL MEAT) LEAN

Fresh Kentucky Wonder FRANKS BRISKET STEW

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With this Coupon and purchase of r
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Coupon Void After Sept. 28, 1963 "Slant Size" SALVO


50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPS _
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6 OZ.JAR INSTANT FOLGER'S COFFEE

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100 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith iiIIt
this coupon and purchase of _
(1) Lb. CAN ICY WATERS PINK SALMON OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
8:00 a.m--ls00
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept 26, 1963
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SCHOOL BOARD I from green and white (school board that It has complete con. The porpoise appears to sleep I
TO EXPAND ITS (colors) to a basic black uniform I trol of the band as its Is a part while continuing to swim slow' O. P. ALFORO
I with an "overlay" of green and of the school as other subjectsare. ly, closing its eyes for a nap Registered
ETV FACILITIES I whtte. Upon questioning, Bandmaster . of 15 to 30 seconds, acordlngto I i Real Estate Broker
Continued From Page 1 Morris said that such a observations
at Marineland
for bids on a complete system.(j change had been casually discussed of Florida. I BannelL Florida
Bids are returnable at 9 A. M., but no decision had been
October 8, In the superintend made.
ent's office in the court house. lie added that a sample of I wN NEWSPAPER+r To wee
Ao
Supt. Holland and Mr. Emery the proposed new uniform wouldbe SAYING 'YgJNG CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
reported that since. no local automobile on display at the meeting of MAM
is willing to Assn. scheduled .
dealer the Band Parents H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
furnish fre of cost an automo for Thursday evening, October '
bile for use in the school's driver I 3, in the band room. JOHN HARDIN, Associate '.
"' education course, and that the I Board Member Crews moved AIR OXYGEN
'driving:phase of instruction will that Mr. Morris "be Instructedthat CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
three weeks It was,I I
be within ( no change in the uniformbe ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
by; motion made and carried made before such change is
that advertisement for bids on brought before the board." Supt Phone ID 7-3532
an automobile was ordered. Holland, Mr. Emery and Mr.
Bids were opened on purchaseof Crews expressed disapproval of 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
two Sousaphones and a bass any change In the uniform Mrs.
clarinet for the Bunnell High Rice suggested that they withhold .
School Band, with Bandmaster Judgment until the new ,
Walter Morris present for technical uniform could be seen but seconded 24 HourWrecker
advise. I the motion which was Service
Three bids were read and up. I carried.Mr. .
on motion made and carried, Morris said to the board I
the instruments would be pur that he considered It his dutyto 1. Flagler Truck Tractor Co
chased from Marvin Kay's of recommend changes from
Jacksonville, they being the\low time to time that in his opinion MASSEY-FERGUSON
bidder. would be best for the band. 1 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
The two Sousaphones will The board members then said
cost $385: each, and the clarinet they In no way wished to "dic 0 VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
$220. tate" to Mr. Morris Supt. Holland Owner Bunnell, Florida
Emery and Crews reported at this point reminded the
that they had heard "rumors"

.that a change is contemplatedin ,
the basic colors of the Bun \ .
nell high school band uniforms > :
i The '64s from Ford are here: . .


,CLASSIFIEDADS i i The Year of the Test Drive starts today! .

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o FOR. Phone SALE-HE 39-inch 9.2186 Rollawaybed. bred into our 1964 models the kind of total performance you just can't l,

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Saturday or Sunday, ID 73670. They offer you substantially more car than anything at FOR A CHANCE
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their price. You don't have to take our word for it. FORD\ \
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and 54-inch upholstery. Cloth \"re're willing to rest our case on our cars. I flcon.FatrtineFordThunderbird
Shop, 539 Yonge St., U.S. Highway .
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DOUBLE BED complete with "
springs and mattress $18.00.
Manazlara, Box 7. Deen Road,
Phone ID 73685. 9-26-ltp

MAN WANTED to manage and
operate a retail Watkins RouteIn
'this area. Earnings of $125.00per
week from the very begin
ning. Write Mr. McGartty, P.O.
Box 627 Willlston, Florida.
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With Zig-Zagger, Late Model, Excellent . -Mnc 9 Kw
Condition Sews Forward
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Round Bobbin, Etc. Assume Remaining '
196/ SUPER
6 Payments of $6.00. vM".y"u.r .Mi- TORQUE FORD
Ph Daytona CL 38106. 9.19.2tp
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FOR SALE-2 bed room home.
Front and back porch, Jalousie
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Bunnell High School. Call ID 7- g
3572 or ID 73226. Aug. 22-tfc -
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SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain _-
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable I
prices. Call George Ja- .
roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf
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HELP WANTED Couple to run
\ restaurant, living quarters In.
cluded. Must have experience.
Will pay great percent of grossto
right party. Animal Land,
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler 1964 SUPER TORQUE FORD 1964 FAIRLANE 1964 FALCON
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Office Phone HE 9.2242
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
or ID 7-3517 TELEPHONE IDlewood,7-3301 BUNNELL; FLORIDA



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