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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 3, 1963
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Local Farm Bureau SCOUTS ATTEND J\tew5 and CommentBy FORTY AND EIGHT I Local Club Will .

HONOR COURTAT
NURSES TRAINING
I: Sponsors For A ( tine Fuller) Observe National
4 MAINLANDA Flagler-Volusla Voiture 294 of
This week orchids go to the the Forty and Eight which met I
Doyle Conner DayThe board of review consistingof I B. & P. W. WeekThe
owners of the Bunnell Post Of. here last Friday night, has
committeemen Lyman Gage, I
nee Building! The built-in awarded a nurse's training schol Flagler Business and Professional t
C. B. Hull and Rev. Reynold
of the
of Directors
Board
shower has been eliminated. .
arship to Janet Holland, a graduate Women's Club members -
Flagler Farm Bureau will spon Hoover, Scoutmaster Leonard They have installed a gutter at of New Smyrna Beach High are making plans for the
sor a "Doyle Conner Day" on Johnson, Institutional represen one side of the building which School and a former Candy Observance of National B.&P.W.

Wednesday announced ,today.October 16, It was and tative visitor Rev.William E. Lester Givens Stanton, was, will let the accumulated wateron Striper of Fish Memorial Hos I I Week. The highlight of the '

the roof drain off. I am pital. week will be an Informal get '
last week for five of
Com. held boys
The Florida Agriculture
495 sure this will be greatly appreciated One of the principal projectsof to: gether and Coke party at the
missioner and his party will fly Boy Scout Troop by the public, especially the Forty and Eight SocietyIs Bunnell Civic Center Wednesday .
onto Bunnell airport about noon. Kenny Whitney, Grady Pra-
those who have received unexpected scholarships for girls who afternoon to greet state President I'
will be escorted to the then Eddie Dodimead Wayne
They
showers during the past successfully pass an examlnaton Helen Parades.
and David Johnson all
Owens
Bunnell Civic Center fo a
months. to enter nurse's training. Miss Sunday members wll attend
luncheon where the commission. passed their second class requirements W I
X X X X Holland started her training on the First Baptist Church in a
that time.
er will 'be the speaker. I at Congratulations to Rev. Howard September 3 at Orange Memorial
Besides members of the Flag. The boys will receive their group
Porter and his Dedication Hospital In Orlando. Monday morning members of
ler Farm Bureau, civic clubs second class badges at a Courtof Committee of the First Method. Recelpients of the scholarshipsmust the Club will visit County Commissioners .
Honor which will be held to.
and community leaders will be I I
ist Church of Bunnell. It wasa come from either of the meeting' at the court t
In the Mainland
High
night new
Invited to attend.Immediately
beautiful and two
inspiring ceremony counties-Flagler or Volusia house. Monday evening they
School in Daytona Beach.
: after (the lunch and truly a red letter day The organization hopes to have plan to visit the City Commission .
eon a planned tour will be directed for the Church. Completing the additional scholarships awarded Meeting.' '

In which all guests will first phase of the building program during the next 12 months. Tuesday several members are i j

be Invited participate. The !tour Rotary Club of I and' marking the beginning planning to attend the Daytona
will cover the various aspectsof of the second step, that of Beach B.P.W. fashion Show at
agriculture In Flagler County, Bunnell Observes I building a new parsonage. American Legion the Riviera Motel Ballroom.

Including a ranch, a truck farm X X X ,X Wednesday afternoon Is set
a timber plantation as well as ladies NightThe I Isn't it wonderful to see the Will Observe aside'to greet the state president '

other points of Interest. sun after two weeks of rain? as her motorcade stops for a .
Arrangements for the luncheon Rotary Club of Bunnell I had forgotten how bright it Veterans Day Coke break. She will be visitingall I

and tour are being made by observed its third annual ladles could be. Have you noticed that Flagler Post No. 115 at a meet. clubs in the state during' the ( I.

John A. Clegg, Howard Taylor night Wednesday evening, at, the water Is getting away real Ing of the Board of Directors week. That evening the local
and Raymon F. Tucker. the Civic Center In Bunnell.A fast, (too? group will attend a banquet at \
Monday evening made plans to
delicious turkey dinner was: X X X X .
the Daytona Plaza Hotel honorIng
observe Veterans Day In Bun
served by Mrs., Marie Brede.I The Flagler Business and Professional Miss Parades. "
I I nell on November 11th.
Bulldogs Take First I Mrs. Louis Steflik was In chargeof Woman's Club mem All service and patriotic organizations Local Club President Leona
decorations and the tables bers have a real busy scheduleset In the county will Eisenbach said the Club meet.'t

Home Game 33-0 were attractively decorated for up for next week, observing be asked to participate. ing will be at the Bunnell Civic '
the occasion. National Business Woman's
Center Thursday night at which
It was stated that a nominalfee
The Bunnell Bulldogs beat the President Homer Brooks pre. Week. will be charged to all or time they will crown the Wo
Keystone Heights Indians hereIn sided at the meeting and in X X X X ganizations partlcipting In the man of the Year. She has been

Bunnell. Friday night 330. turn Introduced Charles Tonkin The Flagler County Cattle. parade selected by secre ,bajlot! and her I
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'Y.'', 'Both team madeseven first' chairman otJltierWdles]! : 'Night men's: Association Is,al.o.'a.real Entry, f birnk'rVili be mailedby Identy will be revealed at"this "

downs each. Bunnell attemptedthree Committee. Mr. Tonkin gave a busy group right now preparingfor the Legion to all organlza meeting.' !

passes, completed one, and brief historical review of the the Cracker Day program on tlons in the county In the next Also invited to attend the \ :
Heights Club's activities over the past November 2nd.SHERIFF meeting are all Senior Girls of '
Intercepted one. Keystone few days. They will be request.
l attempted 12 and completed six.. three and a half years and recognized ed to fill out the form and return the Bunnell School and their
five times, past presidents Louis Mothers. Also will be
r The Indians punted with their Intentions for a present
r the Bulldogs none. The Bulldogs Steflik, John Cannon and John EMPLOYS marching or motorized unit. Mary Brown, 'the present holderof

were penalized 50 yards,. Canakaris. i I NEGRO DEPUTY Business establishments in the the scholarship.Mrs. .
the Indians 45 yards. Bunnell Program Chairman Coy Harris FOR THAT AREA county are also asked to enter Eisenbach said the scholarship
gained 341 yards on the ground introduced Lyman Gage of units in the parade. plan will be presented bya
I and In (the air, Keystone Heights I It Flagler Beach who in turn Introduced Sheriff Homer Brooks has em I Prizes for the best decorated member of the Club. 4

t 137 yards on the ground and Frank Wilson of the ployed Eugene Henry as a depu floats, most attractive horse and Mayor Commissioner II. V. '
y" In the air. Florida Health Dept. In Jackson. I ty in the colored section of Bun- I rider in that division and to Peavy has signed a proclamation
Harry ville. Mr. Wilson presented a nell lie Is the first negro to proclaiming Oct. 6.12 as
I. In the second period boys and girls for the most at. ...
Kuleskl ran around the left side very fine program on mosquito serve in that capacity here. tractive bicycle entries. National Business Woman's "

;(..it with exceptionally good protection control measures with particular I Sheriff Brooks said his duties The parade will assemble on Week.
line fora I reference to the recent outbreak will be law enforcement In the
f from his mine yard Howe St. west of the school, con
91 yard TD. The PAT attmpt of encephalitis in the Plnellas.I I colored section of town. tinue to U. S. No. 1 and south GIRL SCOUTING

failed. In the same period Tom I I Hillsborough counties area of Before coming to Bunnell he to State Road 11, and east to the
Polk Jaunted 35 yards for the Florida. A number of colored 'I had experience In police workin I court house where prizes will ACTIVITIES OF THE
slides were shown In conjunction
" second TD. PAT failed. Halftime Mississippi. be awarded and a very short JR. WOMAN'S CLUBThe
with the talk. An'lntenslve
f score 120. Then In the Sheriff Brooks said he plansto talk will be given to concludethe
third period Polk ran from the question and answer period fol. Install a callbox from that program. Flagler Juniors were

! 15 for the third TD. A pass lowed Mr. Wilson's presentation.Mr. area direct to the jail so that guests of the Senior Woman'sClub

j from Elbert Tucker to Kuleskl and Mrs. Walter Morris he may summon help If and CANCER CRUSADE members at a tea and
I made the PAT good. Bebe Moody and Mr. and Ray Mercer were when nedded. business meeting on September25th
Intercepted a pass and ran 65 I special guests of the club for REACHES QUOTA at the clubhouse at Flag

yards In the fourth period. Bob the evening. Mr.: Morris sang Practical Nursing County Cancer Society President ler Beach.
Abbott ran around right end to two numbers and was accompanied Homer Brooks said today President-elect Maxine Buckles .

make good the PAT. Then Moody by Ray Mercer on the Class AnnouncedThe the Cancer Crusade In Flagler recently attended a district

( came back with +a. 39 yard run piano. County closed in (September by I presidents' council meeting and

for his second TD. Kuleskl ran St. Johns County Programof reaching their goal of $1,000.00.At luncheon at the Embers Restau
up the middle for the last PAT. SMALL CLAIMS Practical Nursing Is accept. a pie and coffee party Tuesday rant In Daytona Beach.

Abbott had two TD's called back COURT SESSIONSmall ing applications for its first night at the Bunnell Coffee I Laura Reynolds, club chairman .

because of penalltles. Claims Court Judge class, to begin in January, 1964. Shop Chairman" Brooks present. of the Girl Scout projectin

The entire line showed up Leola Jones reported one case This program Is sponsored by ed Bunnell Crusade workers Flagler county, announced a
good on offense and defense. continued from Wednesday session the Board of Public Instruction, with certificates of appreciation. meeting of Interested motherswas
The Bulldogs play here Fri. ito the October 16 session. in cooperation with Flagler Hos I Those present for the meetingwere held at the Flagler Beach

day night. They meet St. Joe. She also rendered one default pital. I : Settle McDaniel, Carol Recreation Center Monday. Leaders .
I judgement in favor of the plain. Preliminary approval has I Jean Atkinson, Marsha Zeller, were obtained for the Junior

BUNNELL'S JV TEAM TAKES tiff, The Citizens Bank of Bun. I been given by the Florida State 'Margaret Jane Deen, A. M. Mc Scout Troop. Mrs. Joe Seale and
FATHER LOPEZ JV 25-6 I I nell Vs Claudia G. Ward. Board of Nursing and the Division Daniel, Lee Drazba, Cora Buck. Mrs. Monroe LJndsey will serveas

Bunnell's JV team went toj'I I of Vocational Education, les, Gwen McGrlff, Melba Bran. co-leaders of the troop. The

Daytona Tuesday night with the!( FRIENDLY CIRCLE !State Department of Education. nam, Janet Shields, Lucille Senior Woman's Club will sponsor

season's opener for both teams.I)( SPONSORS BUFFET ,Classroom and clinical facilities i Jones, and Wynell Improto. I the troop. This troop will
Dennis Buono made the first TD I| will be located at Flagler Hospital be for fourth and fifth grade
SUPPER
with a three yard run: Later|I'I i TUESDAYI I St Augustine. The program Friday. 1 j girls.
Buono made his second TD from The Friendly Circle of the : however, Is not limited to Instruction and experiences Members of the club wish to

the six yard line. Walton Cowart I{I First Methodist Church of Bun students from St. Johns County, are provided in medical and I thank Mrs. Louis Steflik for her
ran 32 yards for a TD. Cowart I nell Is sponsoring a benefit Buffet as applicants will be encouragedfrom surgical nursling, mother and leadership of Bunnell's Brownie

passed to Arthur Ford for a 25 Supper on Tuesday, October Clay, Putnam, Flagler and. newborn care, care of children,) Troop 701 last year and expressour
yard TD. Glenn Miller kickedone 8, in the Old Church building, ;other nearby counties. emergency nursing, diet therapY'1 j sincere: wish that the will
PAT. corner of Lambert. and Church. The course Is 12 months and and central supply return to Girl Scouting as soon

Mike Sayers passed to Roger Serving will begin at 5:30 and !Includes classroom Instruction, so, a brief experience In the care as possible, Mrs Reynolds said.

Slmms for Lopez's only TD. continue to 730. As in the past '.supervised practice, and clinical of the mentally ill, and public Troop leaders for Bunnell's
'"',Coach McGrilf said, the team the committee in charge Is plan. experience in the hospital.: health nursing, will be given. Brownie Troop this year are

. looked good on offense and de. I I nIng for a wide variety of dishesto School: hours will be ,from 8:30A. : [:. Books, uniforms, equipment Alice Johnston and Glynnls!

\'?\ fense. choose from. ,. .M. to 3 P. Ml:, Monday through. (Continued on page 7) I (Continued on page 7)
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October. .. .3, 1963 '
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I The Future Hom ngk.Qi of fertfee | 1 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR IjflGHT -
School Nut America held their' first' ; meet-

Nancy Flurlt & Nancy Wilson Ing September 19th. president: AM UJ..A-NCE
: cker opened the meeting
PI oNE V IeY 41 125
Typfats by outlining the duties. and / SERVICE ..
SEVENTH GRADESurprisingly I responsibilities of each officer. 0 0 D ST. AUaUSnN.... FLORIDA
enough, the Elected were:' president, Allida
school year began quite calmly' Tucker; vice president elect,, Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Wt
for class 7-A. Sometimes the I' Heidi Eisenbach; vicepresidentof art always at 'your service with promptness safety and
boys forget to tuck their shirt; work, Jenny Bennett; vice- ITEM: Features that make new experience.
tails In, and the girls forget, president of projects, Brenda: homes distinctive often create .-
that they're not supposed to i Tucker; vice-president of public special heating-cooling requirement Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
U sprctidout
!. The more a home
comb their hair In class. But I relations, Tommy Polk; vice-: I the greater the effect of IUD
they'll soon become accustomed I president of recreation, Cheryl wind, and other factors on vari- Garcia Funeral HomeP.
to these little annoyances. For I Skolar; vice-president of degrees I our living areas Often this results E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
their 'class officers they elected: Charlotte Gies; secretary, in overheating or under
Cook Linda Skolar; treasurer, Linda cooling of tome rooms and the 3j LADY ASSISTANT
president, John ; vice-presi
dent, Glen Carle; secretary. Cody; parliamentarian, Robbie II opposite Only a effects separate in other thermostat sections in wiAJVwwvwkwyvwuNOTICE' ..."..................JlII..y....W W.SAAfi
Townsend and Tucker; and historian, Gloria .
treasurer, Brenda ; each major tone can keep the Indoor
reporter, Carol Townsend. I' Moore. I temperature in perfect bal "" V
Carol Townsend, reporter.i>: Something new has been addled ance with the effects of changing 7"T"
I' to the F. n. A. this year- outdoor and indoor conditions
three male members. They are . .
FRESHMAN CLASS I from (Ithe Home Economics IV ITEM Fall fashions feature color .
The members of class 9-A met class, a class on psychology and Fashion specialists say colorsare ,
I not as dark as last year and
I I
in room 1 on September 27th family living which is open to combinetwo
fall costumes
many new licenses will
to' make definite plans for their both 'boys and girls. Mrs. Mary or more colors. Expected to Occupational
football dance. Mrs. Emma Broadaway, Home Economics be popular colors are brown, a
Murray, class sponsor, was in teacher, is sponsor of the F. H. A. camel, taupe, vicuna rust, amber be due October 1 1963.
charge of the meeting, and Tommy :Polk, reporter. tortoise shell and curry <( President Walton Cowart pre. gold). Reds will be found every
where, ai will rich blue it is pre
sided. I dieted. License fees are the sameas
The dance will be held at the THE BOOK NOOK . .
Civic Center after the game with ITEM: More than half] of the $0
St. Joe on October 4th. Every. ADVISE AND CONSENTBy pita million cars on the American last year. To avoid pen-
one in grades 742 is welcome, ( Allen Drury) road are five or more years old. '
so don't miss it! Vicki Hein and This Is a very good novel about Only about 11 per cent are less
Vicky King were placed In politics, prejudices, and than important two years maintenance old. Among proced most alty, must be paid on or before -

charge of making publicity posters principal. It received the 1960 urea in assuring long life is regu I
for the dance. Nobel prize for fiction. Althoughthe lar periodic engine oil change and
Vicky King, reporter. book is fiction, it is basedon proper chassis lubrication. I November; 1, 1963.,
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some truth.
SENIOR CLASS The book is about the United Won't you please come to the
The members of the senior States Senate, and many of the library and try this book? It is CITY OF BUNNELLMrs.
class and their parents met in Senators. This book is highly for senior high school students

the school cafeteria at 7 P. M. recommended by myself and only. Nancy Rodgers Clerk
,
on September 25th to discuss many famous newspapers as Library Assistant,

the senior class trip. Mr. Woody well. .... Jack. Abbott.
Sims, representing the Woody 1--
Sims Tour Agency, was presentto
acquaint the students and '

parents agency has with to the offer services them. his 64 Jet-smooth 1 Luxury CHEVROLET

The class has set a tour of
P t q 01 9o tr
the World's Fair In New. York x ; tv
,City as' their goal. The trip
would Include a tour of Rockefeller .
Center, the R. C. A. Build. \
ing, the United Nations Head.
quarters, and possibly a Broad. f h 15 1 .
show. '
way x
Mrs. Millie McCoy, senior M t '! I, t f _
sponsor, let the students and
parents know Just where the :,.: may,,.. .. i
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class stands financially and
some of the upcoming money. I i d h

r' making projects were discussed.One __ _,
big activity will be a Beef { '
Bar-B-Que on October 12th, so
be sure to check your newspapernext
week for details.
Nancy Wilson, reporter.

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JUNIOR CLASS /
In this year's magazine drive ;
the Juniors collected about $1750, )
over tone hundred dollars more
than last year's class. The top
salesmen were Albert Johnston,
Walter Townsend, Elbert Tuck.
er, Heidi Eisenbach and Brenda
Aaron. The class wishes to :' _
thank everyone who bought T=T J,
magazines from them this year. I ,

On Thursday, September 6th, & '
the Juniors selected, and ordered I 'p x ----V.. 3
their class rings-round ones-I
this year (last year's were
square).
Buzzy McKnight, reporter.

'64 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan

City of Bunnell Besides looks, ride and power- what's so special about it ?

(it'" so reasonably priced)

WILL RECEIVEAPPLICATIONS Kind of leaves the high-priced cars some explaining to do, of four smooth transmissions to go with them.
wouldn't you say? Long and luxurious-with a freshAnd underlying it all,the opulent feel of this'64 Chevrolet's] ,
christened look. Richer roomy interiors with subtle new Jet- mooth ride.
FORA blendings of colors and fabrics. Like the ultra.oCt vinyl }Matter of fact, the most noticeable difference
,upholstery in the Chevrolet between
new Impala Super this beautiful
1964
new
Chevrolet
Sport Series. and the hi h.
priced cars is the
NIGHTPATROLMAN price itself.
A choice of seven engines, no less, with out Let your dealer show
put all the way up to 425 hp.* And a choice that reasonable Chevrolet you price how now much buys.luxury


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Thursday, October a, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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I to promote and advertise fairs,I STATE NURSING, I arships for up to three addition
Too Late festivals national parka Indus. I! al years.
tries TEACHING EXAMS I
flora and fauna? Plain Those eligible to take the examinations -

one-color stamps gave way to TO BE HELD HERE are: high school
To
.: Classify gorgeous multicolored beautiesof I I I seniors in Florida schools and
h every size and shape. I The annual State Nursing and interested
.y Russell stow f I, college students and
Countries like Liechtenstein, Teaching Scholarship. Examinations adults who are graduates of an
Back at the turn of the cen Monaco and San Marino put out will be held on October 22, accredited high school. .
tury when I was running aroundIn some beauties printed them by I r 1963 between the hours of 9 The
I T KttEM HAUC knee pants and black cotton the millions with values ranging I A.M. and 11 A.M. at the Bun. loans since scholarships there is are' actually
an obligation
palate Tempters stockings I started a stamp collection. from a penny or its equiva I nell High School. to them. The obligation at-

Shape meat loaf mixture Into The world was a moreor lent up to several dollars. Col. The test Is a Scholastic Aptitude tached Is for the winner to agreeto
Individual services and bake witha less stable sort of place in I lectors went for them avidly. I examination and requiresno II either teach or practice nursing

. canned cheese. -soup sauce. It's those days. I When national propaganda bej j I specific preparation.Each one year In the State of

' I bterestinf.Aa easy dessert uses drained You could depend on the old came a. practiced art the Iron year the State of Florida Florida for each year of scholar
.,\\ fruit cocktail stirred into lee tattered map of the world that Curtain countries used stamps allocates $725,000 to these schol. I ship aid he or she receives. As
t t cream and frozen in the freezer hung In my classroom In grade to the hilt They put out new arshlp programs. This means this is done the loan obligation
tray. schooL Geographical boundaries Issues almost every day proclaiming that approximately 1500 scholarships . is cancelled out year by year.
Alternate layer of diced poll-I seldom changed and once you the grandeur and gloryof In the following amounts: I Any Interested citizen within

sauerkraut toes, seasoned in ground beef Bake and got a smattering of history and life behind the curtain.No Professional nursing, $300 per (the county who is at least a
a canerole.
geography you could depend longer was It possible to year; teaching, $400 per year high school graduate, may secure
it. and basic collegiate nursing, further details .
Helen's Favorite upon attempt to collect the stampsof by contacting
$500 per year, are awarded to the Guidance Counselor at
Devon Cream My stamp album was Issuedin the world In one volume. Today Florida students.
(Makes ) caps) ONE volume that contained one country will print more Bunnell High School or ,the
'1 twp whipping cream spaces for every stamp Issuedup stamps in one year than all the The remainder of the funds Principal of Carver High School
I cup soared cream appropriated are required by .
to that time by every coun countries of the world printed upper I
I M cap cheese cream style cottage try In the world. McKinley was before 1900. class students who have the Jupiter is 1300 times bigger
privilege of renewing their schol I than the
earth.
t left President of the United States. Now to collect the world you .
X teaspoons sugar Victoria was Queen of England, need 40 volumes if you are seri
I Grated rind of H tenon Wilhelm was the Kaiser of ous about it and want albums

Combine all ingredients aDd Germany, Alfonso was the Kingof that contain spaces for all 24 HourWrecker
Il beat with electric beater or stamps. Then each
Spain and Nicholas was Czar year you Service
blender until mixture is smooth
must add another volume
of all Russia. or
and thick as whipped cream.Pour '
two if you want to keep them r
: ever fresh berries or Stamps were used for postage I
I sliced peaches. Cover leftover and were more or less unattractive. up to date. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
sauce to chill for the following The first class postage rate I Now the new African Republics ,
.11. are at it They are print
in Great Britain was one cent MASSEY.FERGUSON
and in the U,S. two cents. You ing multicolored stamps by the Grove .
Farm
Industrial
until the potatoes are tender. ;millions with values to 'several I Equipment
that before the
see was politicians
A nice accompaniment to a casual hundred francs, bearing ] VIRGIL
uses crusty rolls cut and propagandists found pictures DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
supper
of birds and
animals
into sticks. Butter with bottled out about stamp collectors and butterflys Owner Bunnell, Florida
garlic spread, toast and ierve. the developing hobby of gather. I and flowers and all designed to I
Have you tried tender spinach Ing bits of paper and sticking i sell to suckers and bring in
leaves and pickled beets with them in a book. more revenue.I .
vinegar dressing? Folks go for I find it hard to imagine a
this zesty type salad Originally regular issues seldom bushman trotting to the post CRAIG FUNERAL HOME (
For a cooling soup, place inblender I
changed in character or .office and leaning his spear and
partially thawed can of
frozen cream of potato soup with design. Then some guy conceived shield, on the counter while he A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
V4 cup milk, V4 cup heavy cream the idea of issuing special digs into his loin cloth for 200 JOHN HARDIN Associate
and 1 cucumber peeled and seed stamps to commemorate francs to purchase an airmail
ed. Serve garnished with chopped events. Some smaller European stamp. Not while he can send AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
chives and paprika. countries got Into the act and his message quicker by drums. I LADY I EQUIPPED

began issuing stamps by the We are realy moving fast, CltAPELATrENDANT AMBULANCES

It is a worthier thing to deserve millions, primarily for sale to folks, when an. Innocent hobbycan I
honor than to possess it- collectors. be turned Into an international Phone ID 7-3532
Thomas Fuller. Then the propaganda boys got racket with no holds
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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a- total of 185 million gallons for direct distribution down I
and
Florida moved up 10 per cent demands .' richment of propane W5o6ogallons ;
Petroleum Gas was required to fill these about the same amount as gallons ;
to reach 227 million gallons dur of butane and 37465,000
manufacturingplants
Gains in FloridaThere ing Increase.W62, paralleling Florida the gains national In "Trucks and other internalcombustjon in 1961.consumed Other 7 million gallons gallons pf mixtures." :

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machines used fraction
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a nice gain in thesale the past three years have been gas seahorse depositsher
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lit Florida last year for the first 29 per cent. use of LP gas by 6 per cent"Florida "Miscellaneous users accounted the male. A father seahorse? $t .I
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time since 1958, the Florida State per Marineland'I9t Florida gave
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Chamber pf Commerce reported LP gas colts" in
manufactured used 12 mil of LP used 350 lives:"sea. :
iii its Weekly Business Review. used in homes, restaurants and gas 008,000 gallons gas ] blrthhto ,i *

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QUANTITY PRICES GOOD $' se-corne'a'get h!Choke mats and pity,
THROUGH.' a ,a tulity groceries Md'frisk'folds il price to'
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BUTTERMILK HUNT'SCATSUP ANGLE FOOD

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Cosmetic Supplies Beef Order

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Purchase of One Pkg. Purchase of One Easy Off Purchase of of Bruce Purchase of One Deluxe Purchase coupon and your
Scott Place Mats Oven Cleaner Wax Remover Wekco Sponge MOP Globes,of Any Four Size Light
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FRIENDLY CIRCLE ... I CARD OF THANKSI GIRL SCOUTING .

Following the Friendly Circle would like to express my ACTIVITIES OF THE

it meeting last week the president, sincere thanks to my friends for JR WOMANS CLUB
I Mrs. Harry Atkinson was honored the flowers, cards, prayers, and
LOCALS II with a surprise stork shower. visits, during my stay in the Continued From Page 1
I I hospital. Your thoughtfulness is
Hostesses for the Circle meetIng Pazyniak. Leaders of the Flag-
were Mrs. Gene Knight and deeply appreciated.C. ler Beach Brownies are Laura
Mrs. Jeff Seale and they were H. Cowart.
IDLEWOOD CLUB I BRADLEY TODD DECKER { Reynolds and Kay Kaufman.
assisted in the shower surpriseby Brownies this year Include both
The Idlewood Club will have: Mr. and Mrs. William Decker, Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. second and third grade girls.
CARD OF THANKS
a' Masquerade Dance Party on! Pine Street Bunnell, are parentsof Tommy Durrance. Both troops are sponsored by the
Saturday, November 2 at the a son, Bradley Todd, born I would like to express my Junior Woman's Club.
refreshments of cake
Union Hall, Highway 11, for September 29th at the Halifax Tempting sincere appreciation to each and
members and guests. Music will. Hospital in Daytona Beach. He and punch were served from a everyone for their expressions of i Leaders for the new Junior
be furnished by a dance band. weighed five pounds and four- beautifully appointed table sympathy and for the Scout Troop in Bunnell are
i teen ounces. which carried out the pastel tions for the contrlbu'l Kathryn Perryman, Myra Wads-
Proceeds will be used for the color scheme.
'worth, and Mary Alice Lee. This
He Is the grandson of Mr. and thoughtfulness has
Clubs annual contribution to Mrs. Everette Decker of Bunnell, to me and will always a !troop is sponsored by the Idle-
Sunland Training Center, Gaines : A',
ville. until recently of Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rodgers treasured memory. I wood Club. .
Ilionls. spent the past weekend in Jacksonville -I Mrs. Jerry Childs. The Junior Troop '1.for, the

The Club also plans to holda I visiting with their son I! first time at the recreation hall

;.Thanksgiving Bake Sale on Miss Nina Vinson is a patientin and daughter in law, Mr. and PRACTICAL NURSING :of the First Baptist Church. Assisting .
Wednesday, November 27 at the the local hospital where she Mrs. Herbert Rodgers. I the leaders at the meet
Bunnell Post Office on Moody undergoes surgery this week. CLASS ANNOUNCED ing were committee members

Boulevard. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Continued From Page 1 Barbara Pache, Wanda Mercer,
Club members are also work. Ernest Johnston spent several I P. A. Edmonson this week are and Lucille Johnston. This troop
ing on the doll wardrobe for days last week in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lyons and registration and laboratory fees Incudes the fourth and fifth
their annual Doll project.Mrs. where he received medical (treatment daughter, Patsy, of Decatur, Ga. I will cost approximately $85.00.A grade girls.
at the J. Hillls Miller Med certificate is awarded upon Mrs. Reynolds said "we are
Clifford McGriff spent the ical Center. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden left satisfactory completion of the delighted to add that plans are
past weekend in Starke with her yesterday for a two weeks visitin course, and graduates will be now being made to have a Ca.
Mother who is seriously ill at a The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary Elizabethton, Tenn., with Mr. eligible to take the Florida State det Girl Scout Troop in Flagler
convalescent 1, Hospital there. of the First Baptist Churchof and Mrs. Julian Caudlll. Dur Board of Nursing Examinationto County under the leadership of
Bunnell will meet at 4 o'clock ing their stay there the Caudllls qualify as a Licensed Practical Pat Robbie." She also expressesher
Mrs... Howard Allen was calledto Monday afternoon at the homeof will attend a convention of the!I Nurse. thanks to all leaders and
her former home in Texas Mrs. Emma Murray for !in
a social Retail Druggists Chicago. Anyone desiring Information, committee members who are
Monday morning by the deathof meeting and election of of.
or application forms, should callor making it possible for Girl
her brother who was killed in ficers for: the new year. Hervey Eisenbach has returned -]I write the Director of Instruction Scouting to grow in Flagler
an automobile accident. His wife Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Clarice to (the home of his parents, St. Johns County Schools, County. "You will be rewarded
was also seriously injured in Taylor are serving as counsel. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach, Box 450, St. Augustine, Florida. many times when'you see your
the.accident ors for (the group this year. after receiving medical treat. Phone VA 42811. The numberof work reflected in the lives of
ment at the Halifax Hospital in applicants must be limited, Girl Scouts," Mrs. Reynolds said.
Mrs. H. T. Cook has returnedto Mrs. Jerry Childs of Delaware; Daytona Beach several days. and all Interested persons are
her home here after receiving is visiting here with friends. urged to secure applications The only object in the White ,-
medical' treatment at the J. His- She is the house guest of Mr. Mrs. Laura Frier returned to promptly and return them without House today that belonged to '
lis' Miller Medical Clinic in and Mrs. Tony Panchella. Mrs. her home here Saturday after delay. President Thomas Jefferson is a f
Gainesville the past two weeks. Childs and her late husband receiving medical treatment at bronze Inkstand that bears the
formerly resided in Bunnell.Mr. the local hospital two weeks. inscription "T. Jefferson, 1804."
Mrs. Louise Church, Mrs. Ella Her daughter, Mrs. Lucille Hat- The AmIsh farming communities
Mae Cauley, and Mrs. Clarice and Mrs. W. W. Deen and ton of Hazelhurst, Ga,was visit. II' ; in the Pennsylvania Dutch
Taylor were in Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland have ing with her several days. Country sing church services
Tuesday to attend the WMU returned to their homes here REHEWWUR from a 1564 Protestant hymnbook .
school of instruction. The meet. after attending the Florida Fruit Margaret Ann Barrow under. DRIVER'S LICENSE or "Ausbund," the oldest
ing was held at the First Baptist and Vegetable Growers convention went an appendectomy at the DURING YOUR (such hymnal still used in the
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SPONSOR BARBEOUEThe BUNNELL HIGH The program will. conclude Astronomers measure distance

(ByMimosa H.my Shoats) \ 'senior class of Bunnell ON OCTOBER Si with a brief social period I in the far off stars by their radiance.

trees that lose their High U announcing that it will f school cafeteria during which I The apparent brightness
Th third .annual College Day bf a light, In accordance with
leaves prematurely are like sponsor a Beef Bar-B-Que supper light refreshments will be served
i program will be held at the
a basic law or physics diminishes

Bunnell School and further informal
bald-headed ladies-both are In in the High and more I
I Bunnell High School Wednesday .
on by the square of its distance
October 12th from contact with
Cafeteria on college representatives
bad trouble. ,I! October 9th from 1:00 P. M. from the observer. Thus,
Wig-makers often can ease 4 p. m. The beef for the Bar-B- will be enjoyed.
to 3:00 P. M. I if the sun were twice as far
the suffering of the ladles but Que Is being donated by Mr.i Colleges sending representatives
The purpose of college day Is from the earth it would
Tucker and I U. Florida away ,
not for the mimosa'since ,toupees and Mrs. Raymon are: of Florida

are not natural looking canopiesfor Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker. It I Colleges to bring and representatives Universities to from our State University, Jacksonville I seem only one-fourth as bright.

trees. will be an open pit Bar-B-Que University, Georgia Tech, pheif-

The reason why ladies lose with Steve Sparkman doing the: dents community of the to meet eleventh with stu and fer College, Maryvllle College IN IV THE AND COUNTY FOR FLAfJLKR JUDGE'S COURT COUNTY -

their tresses is something for cooking. The menu will consist i Wesleyan College, Florida South. FLORIDA. IN PHOBATB.
twelfth grades and their parents.It CASE NO. Silt
the medics to solve. But mostly of :the following: Beef Bat.B.I I is sincerely hoped that as, ern College, Mary Karl Vocational IN HE: Estate ofGEORGE

j any gardener can discover whatis Que potato salad, green beanS'j parents of Eleventh and School, Daytona Beach M. TOMPKINS.Deceased.
many
ailing his tree. Drought, high homemade rolls and I Junior College, Florida College NOTICE OF FILINO PETITION
!twelfth grade students as can FOR FINAL DISCIIAHfiF. OF
water and disease are the main ple pie, coffee and lemonade.All I attend this of Medical Technology,. Jones ADMINISTRATORNotice

reasons why trees lose their proceeds from the supper i will arrange to pro Business College, Wofford College have filed\'my hereby final returns given that as administrator I

"hair." By the process of elimination will go Into the senior class gram. Stetson University, Mercer of the estate of
The will consist of a
GEORGE M.
program TOMPKINa deceased
to help the seniors pay College, Norman College, Gulf ;
mimosa
you can suspect that treasury general meeting In the school :ttrlll aJe10rmlnarM I b'ar for
wilt is causing baldnessin for their class trip next May to Park College, and Norman Col e,
auditorium at 1:00 P. M. to ex. and that .on October 28th, mi. I
your silk tree. the New York World's Fair.a I lege. will apply to the Honorable. K.
plain the schedule of activitiesand MCKNIGHT, County judge of Fiag-
Mimosa wilt is caused by a to introduce' college Colleges declining invitationswere ler County, Florida, for approval

tUng $. The disease was discovered ring In the sap of the current resentatives. Students and their rep- : University of Oklahoma,: of order said I of final distribution returns and and for for final an

In North Carolina in year's growth is found If the be directedto Brigham Young, University of' .e GEORGE executrix of the will
will then
parents : of M TOMPKINS. de
1930 and spread to adjoining tree Is infected by mimosa wilt the rooms of college rep. Virginia, Auburn Berry College, ceased.
and discovered in Mulln pathologist Virginia Military Institute, and: First publication:
states was Dr R. S. plant resentaitves in whom they havea September

Florida in 1952. with the Agricultural specific Interest. Two twenty. the University of Miami. I IALASKA'S II / Utbi..1983IS Administrator

I The first sysptom of the disease Extension Service, says the disease five minute periods will be I Sept. 26 & Oct. 340-17-4tc

I is wilting of! leaves on one is soil borne and Is spread visits MINERAL RICH SOILAlaska's
scheduled for requested I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
or more of the branches. The into a disease-free area by moving I FOR FI.AGLKR: COUNTY, FLORIDA -
I and one !thirty minute period In mlneral-rlch soil has IN CHANCERY. NO. 4742
I foliage hangs downward and in Infected plants. If discovered which students and parents mayAdvertisement yielded more than One billion CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL.
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the wilted leaves shrivel and dig and burn infected a banking corporation, organizedand
( dollars worth of gold, copper, existing under the laws of
fall. trees, because there is no known I the State of Florida.
( : ) silver, coal, lead, tin, platinum, Plaintiff
This condition gradually for the disease.If I
cure and vs.
Its
moves to other branches until you do pruning or other : Vanity Fair Lingerie mercury. gold alone BENNIE C. PADBERO and wife,
continues to bring more than GOLDIE M. PADBERd
the entire tree becomes bald. work with tools on trees suspected I Defendants
i $8,000,000 a year, a figure that NOTICE TO
Death follows defoliation-usually of having the disease, : Comes To Bunnell : exceeds the purchase price of IN THE NAME OF THE STATE

within a year after the first disinfect the tools before they I OI FLORIDA
I I For the first time in the his. Alaska in 1867.POISON. TO: BENNIE C. PADBERG and
wilting appears. However, In are used on healthy trees. Other I wife GOLDIE M. PADBER
of Flagler County this na
i some cases, trees die In a month ways of spreading the disease tory tionally celebrated line of fine DARTS I 621 S. Lincoln

or two. is by bumping (the trash cart Salem Illinois;
'. lingerie and ,foundations will be YOU Bennie C. Pad berg and wife
I .,-t Often small worms will invade Into a diseased tree, leaning a The sea anemone's tentaclesare Goldie M. Padberg, are hereby notified
sold and stocked at Land and
that
a Complaint to foreclosethe
tho dying tree, sendingout rake on a diseased tree or even lined with thousands of mortgages on the following described -
Sea Fashions 107 North Bay St.
(tiny spring,-like coils of I by walking past a dying tree. I, poison darts that can paralyze property, to-wlt.:
This exciting line will be arriving Lot 6 of Block 2, and Lots 4 and
sawdust. From a distance it Water movement in the soil can most small creatures. Yet the 5. Block 1. BRUNER ADDITION,

looks like the tree Is coveredby also transfer the fungus from In the In the store meantime almost any all clown-fish, an orange and white according' on file to plat In the of office Bruner of Addition the

a giant spider Web. But don't one tree to another.If day now. inhabitant of the coral reefs, the Clerk of the Circuit Court
remainders of Perma-Llft bras for Flagler County, Florida, In
be fooled. Look for signs of you wish to plant a mimosa lives intimately with the anemone Plat Book Page 24;
luotm
and girdles and Shadow Line Also 1959 2 Dr. Sedan

wilt. tree, be sure to plant one will be on sale at Hall diving among its tenta I. D. No. A9GO-123789 has
'j 1 ,Make positive identification.by that is resistant to Fusarium slips cles without harm. been filed against you and you

cutting into a section of the wilt. The USDA has developed I Price. of are your required Answer I to or Pleading serve a toc the
I
bark, about one-fourth inch several varieties that seem to I Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney
l H. T. Cook, Citizens Bank
deep, from a lower limb. The I thrive In fungus Infested areas. Fashion News CLASSIFIEDADS Building the original, Bunnell Answer, Florida or ,Pleading and file

presence of brownish. streaks or I j Two of the disease-resistant In the office of the Clerk of the

Lf varieties are the Charlotte and I And Reviews day Circuit of Court October on A.or D.before 1963.the If 21st you

the Tryon. If your local nurseriesdo t fall to do so. judgment by default
something new can will be taken against you for the
Every day ;<
not have the resistant strains, relief demanded In
f be found at Land 'n Sea. . This notice a lIthteCO published\
Community ask your county agent for ....d... .alit thU fee**!** aN once each' week for four
names of other sources of'the You may find that a famous S ecnta per word each ....rtt.., tlves weeks In The Flagler con ftCu-Tribune
..
75 .t. U mlalamm eharsre. Bunnell. Florida.
Memorial ChurchIMerdeaemluatleBal brand has Just arrived or an entire
trees. Done and Ordered at Bunnell
I Without a doubt mimosas are line of merchandise is Just NEED A BABY SITTER? Will do Flagler County. Florida this 16th
One of the sitting by the week. day of September A. D. 1963.
beautiful trees. But like many being unpacked. day or Very E. A. 8MYTHE
AIR CONDITIONED favorite pastimes of local shoppers reasonable rates. Contact Mrs. Clerk, Circuit Court.
+ beautiful ladies they demand I Flagler County,
Florida
Daytona AT*. lots of care to keep them lookIng is to stop by and "browse Herbert Bradley, Phone ID 73741. ,III. T. CookAttorney for

FLAGLER BEACH their best. In the fall the Just to see "what's new. Oct. 3-ltp I P O. Box ft, Bunnell.Plaintiff Florida
During the past week new arrivals Sept. 19-2 tc. Oct. -!>-4tc
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. .trees shed bushels of leaves FOR SALE -39-lnch Roll-away _
;
, Church Service 11:00 A. M. that have to be raked. In spring on (the famous"Land 'n hose SeaScene" bed, $12.00. Phone HE 92186. IV FLAfil.KK TIn CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT' FLORIDA Or I

R W. DICKERT PaaUrBVERYONH they litter the ground with disT, are Kayser 10-3-Itc IP* CHANCERY: NO. 4735
and gloves for ladies, Kayser WILLIAM BUSH
.,' ;: WELCOME carded powder-puff looking objects

i t' .... .... 1.8'. I that turn into a slimy stretch tights for girls 1.3, 3.6x, NICE SELECTION of wool ends Plaintiff .,
ii mass after each rain. 7.14 and for ladies and crawlersfor and 54-inch upholstery. Cloth EV ADELLE C BUSH _

i Later in the summer they infants. Shop, 539 Yonge St., U. S. Highway NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND
PETERSON TEXACO For the men and boys Famous 1, Ormond Beach, Florida. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
' again litter the lawn with podsof I EVABELLE C. BUSH
' SERVICE BVD hosiery and underwear is Route
9-26-4tp 206
seeds that send forth hundreds
i for sale at regular nationally I Belle hereby New Jersey
ROAD SERVICE now You
i of unwanted seedlings in are notified that
MAN WANTED to a
I advertised prices. For Boys, manage and
they abovebeenitled cause you In
undersirable
Light Mechanical Work the most places.
national. operate a retail Watkins Routein ; and you
I' Phone 437-3441 Bunnell Chopping off the young trees at you can now purchase are hereby theuClerk file your an
this swer with
area. Earnings of $125.00per
of
I ly advertised Billy the Kid 'jeans \ this Court
and to
ground level does not daunt serve a copy thereof
I week from the upon
and slacks. . 'available for students very begin the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
them-they merely send up ning. Write Mr. whose name and address
(high school and college) McGarity, P.O. RAT SELDEN Is-
shoots to replace the one you Box 627 Williston Florida. Selden
HASTINGS MATTRESS are the famous Key Man Slacksin Building

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS cut off. proportioned, regular, tall, 9-26-3tc not ISM later than Beach.October Florida 21st. A. D.

710-12 Lemon St. NATIVE ELK and plus sizes. FOR SALE-2 bed room home. confeeso fall to do

Palatka Florida North America's native elk Girls will be happy to know Front and back porch, jalousie sill tor the will relief be demanded entered a&ainst

EA 5-9166 they can now purchase famous windows nice location of complatnt. The nature tot
Phone used to range over much of the near laid suit being
Furniture. Upholstering United States and Canada. Indians Kingston Sportswear at Land n Bunnell High School. Call ID 7- said WITNESS my h arnddlanr.ea.1 o,

Repaired & Refinished called It "wapiti"; English Sea. Available in this line now I I 3572 or ID 73226. Aug. 22-tfc Court A. n.this 1963.17th day of September .

Mattresses & Box Springs are corduroy slaks and cotton (Official Seal) E. A. SMTTHE
Made to Order.Also RenovatedCall colonials named It elk after slacks as well as three piece, SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Clerk By of said Circuit Court
Julia
settlers
deer. As a
Europe's big Harvey
Laura Morris 437.3233 fields Installed snail shell.
a-kind coordinates. Also ; Reasonable
of
one- Clerk
SePt. 1-rt 2-1oo
After 6:00 P. M. slaughtered for meat and skin, Oct. tfc
you can find Junior Petites and prices. Call George Ja-
the elk retreated westward. Like
PRICES REASONABLE.: I Junior ''sizes in Jumpers, Shirtwaists roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. the bison, or buffalo, It barely
Just as near as your II escaped extinction. and various other styles. HELP WANTED-Couple O' run (Cbel! egler (Olribunr

Phone or Post Office Remember there is always.' restaurant, living quartets In. I

Drop Us A Card or Call II Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune something new at Land 'n Sea cluded. Must have experience.Will BVlfl'ELL, FLORIDA

Free Pick-up & Delivery II S2LS3 ft Year In Advance' Fashions. There is a purchase for pay great percent of grossto

-- every purse. . .you can buy a right party. Animal Land, MRS. Jt B. ,FULLER, Editorne.al..ate.

shift for $2.99 or an original design .
10 miles
I AlA north of Flagler .
k NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe dress or suit for $300.00. Beach. 8-1-tf. Official PvbllectUa

write still give the same You get personal attention, you t.r Pablle ITetlees .( Flag!.,
fire Insurance policies we ""'
.
..
C '
can browse at your own leisurein tr. H lelpalltle
additional therel
often enjoy
But today you can
dependable protection. at air conditioned comfort In a JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER sad the Stat..1 Florida
benefits-Home Owner's Policy- very
coverage
background of soft Hi-Fi music BEACH REALTY CO.

little extra costRemember . .make your next stop Land'n LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Entered as second class matter

H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you Sea Fashions, located In the WATER FRONT FARMS February 6. mi, at the postofflc

take advantage of these extra c('verages. Telephone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building, Bunnell, ACREAGESee at Bunnell. Florida under act of

or stop In soon for full details. Florida. For information regarding us for your real estate needs March t, 117$.

prices, merchandise, services, Office Phone HE 9-2242

H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone Just phone 437.3400.Advertisement. Residence Phones TD 7.3691 One year .----U.ltSix
t Bank Building Bunnell. Fla.J .
437.3361 Citizens
or ID 7-3517 months.. .-.11.2$
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Every Day's A Good Shopping Day Here, With Values Galore

Throughout The Store Savings Beyond Compare. SHOP NOW I 11 l lti
r'1, ..,.'.-n ""._'...., ".".,",, __
O
f >! .Z
!) '
U. S. Choice "Boneless Rolled"BEEF
1
: v, .,4.
3 :f, ROAST. lb.. 69W'1 *

( e.tem "Boneless Rolled"PORK
'
'I. ROAST lb. 59Tender *

Juicy Herman's "ALL MEAT"

CUBE STEAK . lb. 79* BOLOGNA 3 Ibs $100

Fresh Lean Smoked (Whole or Half) 12.14 Ib Avg.GROUND .

BEEF Ii'. $10 HAMS lb. 47

RIB TIPS HOG MAWS NECK BONES PIG FEET - 6 Ibs $100 l

.PIGTAILS .=: 5 Ibs. $100 l CIRCUS WIENERS - 3 Ib.. Bag $100>

OX TAILS 4 Ibs $100 l Fresh PORK LIVER 31bs $100< r
III

OUR VALUE (Poly.Unsaturated) DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR SANKA (INSTANT) 1

Cooking Oil COFFEE


24 oz. 1Q? 5 lb. 48< 5 oz. 69'

.
Bottle v I -) Bag Jar

.
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (1)) with$5.00 or more food order Limit ((1) with$5.00 or more food order
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Armour Star 1517 02. can
LA RUTACORNED
CHILI I I (With BEANS .....:........................ 4 Can.$100
BEEF Armour Star'
1517 oz. can

CHILI (Without BEANS) ........................ 3 Cans$100
3 12 oz. $1 Armour Star

Limit Cans((3) Please CORNED BEEF HASH ......,............:.?.. 3cll

,
fff 0ur MltttPillsbury PlateMAYONNAISE (Quick GRITS Jim or Dandy Regular)

"Sweet or Buttermilk"BISCUITS

I 4 S.35* I' 39 lb.
Kraft Velveeta I I Jar 5 lag ITmm .

CHEESE 2 p .79*

50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSWith "II
this Coupon and purchase of
$5.00 or more Food Order Golden' RipeBANANAS
Coupon Void After Oct. 5, 1963
Ib )
Ga. RedSWEET
50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith POTATOES
this and purchase of lb
coupon 1 Ib Cello
(1) 69c TOOTH BRUSH or (2)) 33c TOOTH BRUSHES Bag )
Coupon Void After Oct. 5, 1963 CARROTS Each

a
50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith
this coupon and purchase of
(1) 69c Tube CREST TOOTH PASTE

Coupon Void After Oct. 5, 1963 S Ss ''H''
1t1 -
Ill'f01'EH
50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith .
this coupon and purchase of :
(2) 303 Cans STOKELY'S TINY GREEN LIMA BEANS :. Phone 437-3227
.. SUNDAYS
,. ; ; 8100 a.m.liOO p.m. U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
Coupon TVoid Air OC* :; / '
QUANTITY,,'C--'i:' RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD OCT. 3,4,5,1963r

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.. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA 'Thursday, October, 1963
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-- I Recent visitors with the V. W, FLAGLER BEACH aboard the landing craft repair

1 Haines family were Mr. and Mrs ship UBS Krishna operating out
HAS NEW RESIDENT
I' Jfa jLEP&ach II III I Frank Holllngsworth of Hamilton of Norfolk, Va.
Ontario, Canada. Also Mr Capt Angus S. Reynonds, Jr. The Krishna Is a repair and
and Mrs. Martin of Kansas City,, who Is Assistant Officer in support ship for various unitsof
'
I ij Missouri. Mrs. Holllngsworth Charge of the Western New York the Amphibious Force, At.
tl WOMAN'S CLUB I and Mrs. Haines are sisters and State Recruiting Station in Buffalo lantic Fleet.
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS I FLAGLER Mrs. Martin is their niece. [ recently made his home in Missinne entered the servicein
Promotion Day Last Sunday With a beautifully laid tea I i Flagler' Beach. September 1962.

Promotion Day was observed I table by hostesses Mrs. Paul 'Books Are DishThe | Capt. Reynolds has eight years
at the First Baptist Church in Kelly and Mrs. Lillian Bondy,,I My experience In the U. S. Marine
Flagler Beach Sunday during the Flagler Woman's Club enJoyed Flagler Woman's Club Library I Corps and Marine Corps Reserve.He PAUL NAILLIER
the Sunday School assembly by the first fall program last has that ferocious satireon reported to Buffalo from five NOW IN GERMANYArmy
Wednesday afternoon at the the cruel Hollywood burial consecutive years service in the
Robert Rumill Superintendent
PFC Paul R Nallller,
Far East Orient, consisting of
"
assistantCertificates clubhouse.Mrs. racket, "The Loved One.
r4flIiiniU
ana
whose wife, Gladys, lives at 517
greeted the two years with the Third Marine
were presented to R N. Hoover Writing It put Evelyn Waugh
W. 17th St., Hopklnsville, Ky.,
the following: Candace Clay, members and guests as they arrived Into the same class with Swift Division on Okinawa and
: and other members of the 7th
I 'Kevin Kirkpatrick and Keith and after tea was served, and Voltaire. Barlow, the best three years at the Marine Bar
Eatman from Nursery to Beginner with Mrs. H. G. Heydt pouring, portrait of a poet I have ever racks in Yokosuka, Japan. U.s.' Army Support Command,
in Exercise "UonVert"
: Owen Kirkpatrick, Brady the president, Mrs. Jasper White, come across, fired from movie i In addition to military subjects participated
; In central Europe.
Eatman, Susan Lenssen and welcomed those present. Miss writing jobs, hard put to rhyme skill, Capt Reynolds holds .
Lion Vert NATO command
I Susan Dunson from Beginner to Emily Gage arranged for several and eat, is hired to dispense I a "Black Belt" for proficiencyIn a to
In post exercise, was designed
"Karate" and "Judo"
renditions for the aft well-heeled ownersof
Primary Billy Rumill, Stella song sympathy to
; communications and
A trio consisting of Mrs. dead at The Happier and is also skilled in parachut- practice
Weaver and Penny Parrish from ernoon. pets .
I Primary to Junior; Vicki Moore, Bernie Wilson, Mrs. Clarence Hunting Grounds.A Ing I skin diving, pistol and rifle I staff procedures among the allied
central
forces defending
I Eleanor Shlll, Linda McNab, De- Shultz and Miss Gage sang "The friend's suicide sends Bar I|marksmanship as well as speaking Europe. The ten-day exercise,
1 lores Brock, Carl Baggett and Desert Song"; Miss Gage, a solo, low to the incredible Whisper- and reading the Japanese which ended last month, Included -
Frank Fleurie from Junior to "By flight missions by the allied
I
I Lehr accompanied but when Capt. Reynolds is the son of
Intermediate; Nancy Fleurie tonka. Mrs. Ray a Mr. Boyjoy, dank,
I them at the piano.A he makes smile. Mr. and Mrs. Angus S. Reynolds, tactical air forces.
and Anne Joyce Dunson from inspired, corpses
I Nallller, a wireman In Co. A
i Sr., of 202 Daytona Ave., Flagler
Intermediate to Young People., brief orientation was given Here with the Indian Love
of the command's 16th Signal
)..
I W. Haines, after the Beach. Capt. Reynolds graduated
Mrs. Robert Rumill presented by Mrs. V. Son galways playing and
Battalion regularly assignednear
which Mrs. Heydt introduced the air with tuberoses and from high school In 1954 and
several attendance: pins for 3, 6,, sweet Butzbach, Germany, entered
received
and 9 months and a (two year new members of which two were carbolic acid, Boyjoy and Bar. a Bachelor of Science the Army in July 1961 and
pin to Eleanor Shill. Mrs. Henry present, Mrs. R. K. Hirst and low fall for the beautiful dumb Degree from Springfield College,
completed basic training at Fort
Springfield, Mass. In 1957.
Miss Romans. Junior who dead bodies
Dorothy
presented a five year pin to girl gives
Jackson, S. C.:
While overseas, Capt. Reynolds
Woman's Club members were facials and blue rinses.
Kay Weaver. The soldier, son of Mr. and
continued his education and received -
then introduced and in the absence I The end is tragic, hilariousand
Choir Banquet Last Saturday of the club president, Mrs. worthy of a Greek Drama.If a Bachelor of Arts Degree Mrs. Raymond Nallller, Flagler.
invited from the Far East Extension of Beach, attended. Bunnell High
Choir members and Allen Reynolds gave a short you like cemeteries with KissIng .
','guests enjoyed their annual resume of their planned projectsfor Wells don't read it If the the University of Maryland. School.

banquet fast Saturday. The L the year. idea makes you sick, don't miss
j v shaped table was beautifully The afternoon was highlight. I it. ALVEN MISSINNEON O. F. ALFORD

1 \, .decorated with greens and candles ed by the travelogue given by I USS KRISHNAAlven Registered
and (the center of the main Mrs. Helen Kruger of her recent Mlssinne
Silver Springs Is Florida's oldest R. engineman I
table featured a cake. The room trip around the world. i' tourist attraction, having fireman apprentice, USN, son of Real Estate Broker

was appropriately and ela.bo.rately Some of the interesting as- I been In operation for more than Mr. and Mrs. Emil G. Missinne BunnelL Florida
decorated with the musical >ects were: Instead of garlands 175 years. of Flagler Beach, is serving wvmmteless
.staff and notes. On displaywas when -
of flowers or bouquets. natives - --
the album of all the choir's Hawaii greet arrivals
activities since its beginning.' they only get smiles. I

Rev. Atlee Stevens gave the Invocation The Japanese landscape isn't a

a' and Judson Stryker, flowers or rocks and sand but I
Minister of music, made the muted grays and greens. A cup
\ opening remarks of the standards of tea in Tokyo costs 20 cents. m 4
and goals for the new "Educational" is most applicable'I!
church year. to the Geisha (dancing) girls.')

The meeting was turned over Refugees from Red China In I Electric Cooking .
to Mrs. Bob Schatz who called Hong Kong need factories more i, CLEANER
on Mrs. Henry Shill, chairman, than clothing and food or 1m- \

for the nominating committee's migration. i, IS a t
report. The following officers Buddist priests live by beg. &

were then presented and elected: ging from door to door. |

President, Nancy Fleurie; vice Smells of an Oriental City Isj I II SnaP.L4oi.!

president, John Baggett, Jr'-I not noticeable, even with animals :
Secretary, Mrs. Judson I roaming the streets. J

Jr.; Treasurer, Mrs. Henry Shill; : Instead of being a church-like Ia i I J iw

Social Chairmen, Kay Weaver I I building, or a wide area + .
and Ed Schatz; Librarian, Kay I i Buddlst Temple is a number I .
Weaver and Marie Fleurie; Historian I of buildings. j ,. vim"' "COOLER" gj
Mrs. Schatz; Robe Chairman -I I In the month of May the i
Miss Judy Stryker; 'Director I Himalaya Mountains temperature .

Judson Stryker, Jr.; Ass'tol is 70 degrees.On .
director, Stanley Springer; Pianist . an African safari the big
Miss Fay Bass; Ass'it. Pianist, game would be found in a park-
Mrs. Robert Rumill; and Publicity like area Instead of a jungle or

Betty Dunson, Annie Dun. a forest.
I ti
.
Upon and Clelly Lewis. '

"Mrs. Eda Hart Wllk ns left! Mr. and Mrs. William F. Glen' ('-7k 'A

Wednesday for her winter home ,will leave Sunday for their I'

In Anniston, Alabama after home in Jamestown, Rhode Island "
spending the summer in Flagler after spending three weeks "FASTER"1
t Beach. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh I
Arnold and sons Steven
1
Bruce. Mrs. Arnold Is and'i ,
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
CHURCH NEWS -
:
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
t Ladles Guild will give a covered
dish supper tonight at 6:00P. I Sunday School is at 9:45 A. M.

I M. in Fellowship Hall Following and morning worship is at 11 "SAFER" k
the supper a short devotional o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, There's no guesswork with a modem electric range.
will be led by Rev. pastor. YWA's will meet at the Everything cooks easier, tastes better. Accurate '
R. W. Dickert and the evening church this Sunday at 5 P. M automatic controls maintain desired temperatures
I will be concluded with a business -I This is the first meeting of the ...end pot-watching! Meats cook with less shrink
meeting. new church year and Mrs. age. Foods retain precious vitamins and minerals.
I Sunday School is at 9:45 A. M. Robert Rumill Is counselor. Pots and pans stay shiny-bright.Walls and curtains '
I with classes for all ages. The Training Union is at 6:15 P. M. stay cleaner longer. No wonder more than a million
"Lord's Supper" will be observed and evening worship at 7:30P. Florida families have switched to electric cooking

!this Sunday during the 11:00: M. Choir Practice Is every .. ./Zomefess makes the big difference!
o'clock worship service and Rev. Saturday at 6 P. M. The new electric ranges come in many decorator ''AUTOMATIC"
Dickert's sermon topic is "The colon and styles. See them now at your electric

Precious Blood of the Lord Jesus appliance dealer.
Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Willis White

Church School time is at 9:45A. have returned home after spending .
M. and morning worship at a month visiting in Marion, --tkJ) )fit'f tamelessr ? ".

11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold N. Ohio with Mrs. White's son and ...\ CHUH TOO '
Hoover, minister. This Sundayis family, Mr. and Mrs. Lucky
World Wide Communion. A Libby and with her daughter's FLOIIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY

covered dish dinner will follow family In Wayne, Michigan. .(IgLPb.YKO "OfiDAI ,
the church service and the official They also spent some time in I a
board will meet after the New York visiting with Mr. f "CHEAPER"r
dinner. White's relatives.
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