Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 10, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00560
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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'_I' School Board Flagler Beach Bulldogs Win Harry Andrews rcty Board

Firemen Will Died In

Will Borrow toCover Hold A Parade From St. Joe; Veterans Saturday Hospital .: Calls MeetingOn

Deficit Observing National Fire Prevention Baldwin Friday Harry Andrews ,of.Flagler I : WatershedThe -

Week, the Flagler Beach Beach passed away Saturday I I

Fire Department carried on a morning In the Veterans Hospital .
: After hearing a financial report slogan contest In the first and : The Bulldogs won their third In Lake City following a Board of County Commissioners 1

o by Finance Officer Cella second grades of the Flagler straight game of the season Fri long Illness. lie was 59 years at a meeting Monday

, Joyce Emery the Flagler Coun Beach school. day night, winning from St Joe, heard Tllman Robinson, director

ty School Board voted Tuesdayto Winner In the first grade was 38-0. Bunnell made 13 first. old.Mr.. Andrews was a native of the Flagler Soil Conservation

authorize Supt. Z. D. Holland Michael Cannon who offered downs, St. Joe made six. The Gardiner, Maine, and a retired Service, explain what Is expect.

to borrow $25,000 to cover an- "Drown -ampflre With Water Bulldogs attempted three passes, precision surface grinder for the ed to be accomplished by water

expected deficit In funds until Second grade winner was David completed two had one Inter. New Departure Ballbearing Di control. In the Haw Creek Watershed .

taxes. begin coming In December. Lindsey whose slogan was cepted. St. Joe attempted 16, vision of General Electric. He District. The commission

They heard a complaint of 'Throw Away Old Rags and completed two and had six in was a World War II veteran anda agreed to continue the county I

' Margaret Weeks about school!I Paper. tercepted. Bunnell made a total life member of the American federal .project. .'

bus driver salary. After discussion I. Fire Chief Dean Peterson said of 282 yards, St Joe made 64. ; Legion Post in Merlden, Conn* Although final boundary lines \;

they voted (to hold a special the firemen gave firemen's red Tom Polk made the first TD I He is survived by his, wife, have not been set, It was agreed l [

meeting of the board Wed I hats to all members of the first going over from the seven yard Mrs. Pauline Andrews of Flag that a maximum tax of two rr

nesday night to study the bus. and second grades. \ line in the first period. Bebe ler Beach. : mills could be levied on the

driver schedule that was adopt. I Peterson also said !the firemenare Moody in the first period ran I Funeral services were held at property In the district to pay

ed last summer. planning for a parade on 64 yards for the second TD. Polk the Craig Chapel at 8 o'clock the county's share of (the cost

Chairman Raymon Tucker Saturday afternoon and the I came back in the second period Tuesday evening with Rev. Howard The two mill tax is providedby

said the Board of County Commissioners winners of the slogans will ride I and ran 9 yards up the middlethe Porter of the First Method a special act of the 1961

had Invited the I on the fire trucks. third TD. Half Time score ist Church officiating. Burial legislature authorizing the county .

School Board to hold their mill. The chief added that all children I was 18-0. will be at a later date. commissioners to create sucha t

age election at the same timeof are invited to participate Elbert Tucker scored from the district

the general election on November : In the parade and as many as I one yard line. Polk ran for the Under the act the county commissioners .

:5. After discussion the' possible will ride ,the fire truck. PAT. Tucker passed to Billy City Board SaysIts have the power to
board decided there was not j I Cauley for 11 yards to score. constitute the board of commissioners .

enough time for the necessary. Harry Kuleskl passed to Elbert to administer the district

preparation for the election on I Election Today Tucker for PAT. In (the final Name Now Is with the county commissioners .

that date and voted to hold the period Robert Abbott ran off ]left having overall controlof I

millage election on November guard from the six yard line to the project

12 as previously planned. I I Soil District make the final TD. 'Bulldog Stadium'The In this Issue of The Tribune :

Poll holders were selected and I j|For Elbert Tucker Intercepted four Is published a legal advertise.

other plans were made for the of St Joe's passes, Tom Polk ment notifying that a public I
election. I I'Two! intercepted one and Mike Horns- City Commission of Bun meeting will be held in the
nell selected the name of "Bull.
; by caught their sixth Intercep court house at 9 A. M., November
dog Stadium" for the Bunnell
lion of (the night. 7 "for the purpose of creating
CANCER CRUSADE po'lUng football field and stadium at
places for the Flagler The whole team carried out such a water management dis
GROUP HONOREDAT I Soil Conservation District Supervisor their assignments well. There I a meeting Monday night. tract . J'
Seventeen had been offered
FLAGLER BEACH election are located at was lots of good blocking, In the Raymon Tucker, school board

. The. .Flagler", jCountyCancer;I the the,"Haw Courthouse:Creels..ln"Service Bunnell Statlort* at .UQGuaruL' : ,.dowrv,, field .-throughout '*"thV for "field.consideration"Following'ere in naming : member conferred with the ,, '
; the entire game. commissioners concerning having
Society held a cake and coffee Stadium
those offered Bulldog !
Haw Community, :
In the Creek. the poll holders apolnted by .
party Monday night at the Pier]
Moody Field Booe Memorial
, and at the Wateroak Service BUNNELL'S JV WINS SECOND the county board for the general
Restaurant in Flagler Beach, for
i'I Stadium, John F. Houck Field,
I Station In the Blmlnl[ Commun
the Crusade Workers in Flagler FROM D& B'S JS 33.7 John F. Clements Field, Gene election on November 5 to also
Tuesday night the Bunnell JV supervise the bl-ennlal mlllage
Beach. ity.All
Barber Field, Joy M. Deen Field,
''Chairman Homer freeholders are urged to met D & B's JV team, Bunnellwon election of the school board.
County I the Fuller Stadium, Flagler
Brooks presented certificates+ of vote In this election. today to 33.7.DennIs The county commission agreedto

to the followingwho select three supervisors for four. Buono ran two TD's !in .I Field, the proposition. '
Flagler Stadium,
were present: i year terms. Up for reelectionare the second period, first from the I Community D. D. Moody, county tax as
I Citizens Stadium, Peoples' Stadium
Mrs. Etta Peterson, Mrs. Rob incubent-- supervisors R. W. nine, and the second from the sessor, submitted the tax roll
: Jr.: W.: W. Deen and A. B. Flagler Veterans Stadium,
Dean, six. Walton Cowart set up which was approved.
ert Owens, Mrs. Robert Whitney, I Youth Field, Freeman Field, I
Johnston. x I Buono's second with a fine 64 Raymond Smith, civil defense
r Mrs. Ray Martel, Mrs. Keith Seminole Stadium, Pine Tree .
Lovell, Mrs. Clyde Duenslng, Alfred Tucker and Raymon I yard run. Glenn Miller kicked Stadium. director, and a representative of

Mrs. Ruth Brandt, Mrs. Charles Tucker are the other supervisorson both PATs. Arthur Ford ran a firm manufacturing portable
The commissioners receivedthe
" Mlsslnne, and A. M. McDanIel. the flve member governing the nine yard line, and Ford power plants suitable for use in
following for
Mrs. Nell Riggs, area workerfor board of the district. They were also ran the PAT. applications fallout shelters, the representative
position as night patrolman of
elected for four-year terms In I Miller made a fine 60 yard had a demonstration machine
Cancer ,
the National Society
I Bunnell: ,Spencer White, J. R. '
1961 and have two years re I run to set up Cowart's 10 yard on hand which the commissioners
'. and presented Mr.
was present
Walters, Jerry G. Davis, Edwin
maining to serve. TD. PAT kick was no good. Inspected.A .
Brooks with Award Plaquein
Lee Bell. They decided to take
appreciation for his service. This is an important election. Then in the final period Cowartran the applications under study, resolution from Gov. Farris
It concerns all property ownersin from the five for (the last Bryant was adopted proposing
planned to hold a closed meetIng
Flagler county, and board TD. Miller's kick was blocked.D appointment of a census commit.
LOCAL DEMOCRATIC chairman R. W. Deen, Jr., urges it B's only score came !in the Wednesday night to make tee to determine If the Seventh

COMMITTEE WILL you to stop at one of the above third period when Billy Hays their selection for the Job. Judicial Circuit has sufficient

MEET ''MONDAYA named polling, places !today, ran from the three. George In routine business they re I population ,to justify appoint.

of the Flagler Thursday, October 10, betweenthe Chevalier ran the PAT. vived a proposed plan for city ment of another circuit judge
meeting hours of 8 A. M. and 5 P. M. -- workers Insurance for hospital-! I The judicial circuit Is composed .
County Democratic Executive zatlon; voted to close the alley
Committee has been called for and cast your ballot This Friday the Bulldogs play! In block 63 between Moody and of Flagler, Volusla, Put.
and St. Johns counties and
Baldwin] here. This game shouldbe nam
2 o'clock afternoon
Monday Court Ave. All property owners
real thriller. now has four judges.
the court house, Chairman signed the application to close
Seniors Sponsor I Another resolution was adopt.
George Moody, Sr. said today. the alley.
I ed requesting the State Road
The meeting is being calledto MRS. OSBORNE AND Voted to purchase a new flag
SaturdayThe Department to Increase the size
take care of several business Supper for the city hall grounds; hear
I of culverts under the Espanola
matters of the committee. All YOUNG DAUGHTER I plans for air conditioning the
road at a point Just north of
members are urged toy' attend senior class of Bunnell civic center building presentedby
KILLED IN WRECKMrs. Bunnell and also] on Old Dixie
School is beef
the meeting.McGriff's. High sponsoring a Harris Appliance; discussed
barbecue supper in the school Annie Osborne, 19, and progress on the street+ paving Highway south of Korona.
cafeteria Saturday !in the school her young daughter, Deborah The present drainage structures
i from 4 Ito 6 P. M. months were put In place of bridges
Ann, 22 old, were killed observing National Business
formerly on the roads. Board
in a truck car accident Saturday and Professional Women's
: 1 Mother Passes Tickets are being sold by the members said that the present
night six miles north of Bun Week, members of the Flagler
class memberS at $2 for adults culverts are not sufficient
mother nell on U. S. Highway 1. Business and Professional Wom
Mrs. Ethel Newsome,
F I and $1 for children under 12. to carry flood waters under the
of Mrs. Clifford McGriff of Bun It will be' an open pit barbecue They are survived by the husband en's Club visited the meeting.The roads.

nell, passed away Monday after-1 t with Steve Sparkman cooking. and father, Raymond Os president, Leona Elsenbacn, '

noon in Starke at the Tyrusi I Also included on the menu will born who was seriously] Injured spoke for the group, telling of

Nursing Home. She had been a be potato salad, green beans, in the accident Also surviving the B & PW program and offering I' PRAYER GROUP TO

patient there for the past five I] homemade rolls and butter, is Mrs. Osborn's mother, the services of the club In MEET THIS MORNINGThe

years. She was 52 years of age. apple pie, coffee and lemonade.All Mrs. May Franklin, of Moultrie, any civic project that they maybe
Funeral services were held Ga., and several brothers and needed. I Prayer Group of the Worn-

Wednesday afternoon from the proceeds go towards the sisters. I I I I ens Society of Christian Service

Jones-Johnson Funeral Chapelin senior class trip to the New Craig Funeral Home was in One of the outstanding land. of the First Methodist Church

Gainesville.She York World's Fair next May. charge of local arrangements.I scaped parks !In Florida Is at will meet at 9:30: this morning

is survived by her husband The beef for the barbecue is Bodies were forwarded to Green Florida's Silver Springs and contains I (Thursday) In the Church Sanct

Harvey Newsome, of being donated by Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Funeral Home In Moul more than 100 acres of na uary.
Gainesville. Also three daughters C Raymon Tucker and Mr and trie for services and interment I flue plantings. Park and picnic The session will be from 9:30to :

and two sons. Mrs. Alfred Tucker. Wednesday afternoon. areas are both free to the public 10 q'clock.


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aaKltli would bring about Atomic I and daylight came five hours Farm-CitY team approach to promote a
powered space ships and sub early on this side. But that State I better understanding among rural .
School NtUJJ4 marines. blamed fog hid Ireland and and urban folks.

People of his time thought he I Wales as well as England, so Chairman NamedDr. Later this month, in a drive
Nancy Ftairl & Money Wilson was insane and laughed at him. our only chance to see the land I spearheaded by county agents,

SPANISH CLUB If you are Interested in a.i of our grandparents and great- M. O. Watkins, Agricultu I urban and rural leaders will be
good biography, you should read grandparents was frustrated.! ral Extension Service director, Invited to organize Farm-City.
The Spanish Club held an informal It. I Gainesville, has been elected
Over France the skies clearedto County Committees. County com-
meeting at Nancy Wil Library Assistant, puffs of white clouds so the chairman of the newly formed mittes will 'feature activities
Wednesday, October Arnold Choate.Interesting Florida Farm-City Committee.The .
son's home on
landscape was very pretty.In throughout the year, but will
2, at 7 P.M. Mrs. Estes, about ten minutes we group of agricultural make immediate plans to pitchin
club sponsor, was present, as LetterEd crossed the Alps! Imagine that! leaders are following the trendIn with local civic organizations
and the I other states and will use the
well as the president
But I'm sure we got some lovely I to observe National Farm-City
reporter, Mike Church and Am. Note--the following letter Is snaps of Switzerland, Geneva Week set for November 22-27
old Morse. Also attending were: from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reyn and Lake Geneva, the Jung-frau THRILLS! Watkins said.
Alllda Tucker, Linda Cody, Nancy olds to their son, Dr. Allen covered with snow, and others. We have been through the
main Basilicas St. Peter's, "St Agencies! represented on the
Wilson, Linda Weaver, Buzzy ;
Reynolds and family here. The By the time we reached Rome,
and John's in Lateran," "St. Peter's State Farm-City Committee include .
McKnIght Brenda Murray,
elder Reynolds are now in the 3:30 P. M. (9:30 A. M. your time "
Martin Tucker. Without the Walls, SL Mary'sMaggiore Florida Department of Agriculture
Philippines where Mr. Reynoldsis Saturday) we were very gladto "
the Vatican muse Agricultural Extension
The members discussed some with the U.S. State Depart relax in a taxi for a 27-mile,
activities of um and library, Sistine Chapel," Service, Agricultural Experiment
of the upcoming I! ment in !ithe Point Four Program.' ride /through country similar to
which the "Catacombs" the "Borghese Stations, Vocational Agriculture,
In ,
club and the ways July 10, 1963 Florida, to this Pension hotel.
It. I I museum," etc. All wonder. College of Agriculture, Farmers
they could:\. further organize Dear Allen and family: Daddy has been to the office very
Afterwards refreshments were ,! I never expected when three days now and is almost ful.Best Home Administration,
II of all could Kodak Agricultural Council, Soil Conservation .
served while some Spanish. we buy I
tossed that coin Into the Trevi I through with his consultations.
I of all these Service, Florida Farm..
American records which Mrs.
Fountain 41 years ago that: I! I've been taking either morningor I I
Estes brought were played. actually would come back to afternoon sightseeing (" ub.bet.neck" things, set of 12 for 80 cents! Bureau, Florida Forestry Service,
Everyone Is reported to have !' We bought! I I U. S. Forestry Service, and Agrii !.
Rome! But here we are and I ) bus rides. Daddy got
had an enjoyable evening. Hope you are all well, love, ;i I cultural Stabilization and ConIservatlon .
I tonssed another one in this time three of them-I got four.
r Mother I 1 I Service.
'for luck. Daddy doesn't care: to The most amazing thing to

BETA CLUB come back, Its too hot and I me about Rome are the great tiYLWWY1Y6ti
Members of the Beta Club met noisy, but maybe someone 41 changes in 41 years. It used to
In the audiovisual room after years from now might like a i be filthy, ditty, poverty-stricken FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

lunch on Friday, October 4, to try at ft. I beggars everywhere, even on the
discuss some of their present On the 5th Uncle Mitch took steps of St. Peter's. Now it Is I AMBULANCE

business Items and future ac us to the Chicago International I. modernized with broad avenues PHONE VAlley 4 1625
tivities. Mr. Byron Hinson, cosponsor Airport where we left on a huge and clean streets and almost no .. SERVICE
was In charge, and Jennie Boeing 707 Jet (B.O.A.C.) and I files or mosquitoes or fleas that ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

Bennett, club president, pre. 9% hours later came down almost ate us up before. No Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
sided.At through a thick, fog into London cats, dogs, burrors, beggar boys;
are always at service with promptness safety and
present a committee is Airport, but five minutes too but millions of little cars scurrying I your
working at revising the club's late to make our assigned con every which way, as well experience
constitution and work has be. nection. So as huge buses. :
we spent an houror i
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
gun on screening this year's new so watching the international We have !two more days to I I :-:

members. stream of travelers flow past.. see the world masterpieces (have I: Garcia Funeral HomeP.
It was interesting. already seen a huge I
SENIOR CLASS The sun-glow was visible all them) then Saturday P.M. we I : E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Work Is progressing well on night to the north of us as leave for Manila with a 24-hour I : LADY ASSISTANT

the Beef Bar-B-Que which the we crossed the North Atlantic, stop-over in Bankok. Sunday. :'::!:...ot........................... ......"...........".....J"ttrl'........'......"rl'! 1r
senior class will sponsor on ---

Saturday, October 12.

well ers Ticket are, and really sales the senior working are room going overtime moth.very Now five kinds of Chevrolets for all kinds of people '

trying to get everything in order ?M"

for the big night-and they

are doing a splendid Job, too.
/If you have come in contact

with any of the seniors themselves -- cz ::-' - .
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you know for sure that
they're not Just sitting down 4

and taking, life easy these days, k v
either. As for those clever little

Bar-B-Que posters you've seen
around town, Allida Tucker,
Sharon' Townsend, and Howard
Emery are responsible for those _

in Bunnell, and Nancy Fleurle
for !those In Flagler Beach.
Meanwhile, back in the classroom :

plans are underway for
the dance which the senior class

will sponsor after the football r rrr r
game on Friday, October 11th.
The seniors are also In the midstof
electing this year's superla!
tives. t*CttMUt MAllStt JPOftt tOB



Byi Daphne Du Maurier
Would you like to read a good

background of King Charles First ,. ,. .
reign in England? If you do,
then the library has a very In.
teresting book on this. The book,
The King's General, is writtenby
Daphne Du Maurler, an English .
There are two main charactersin
this book and they are Honor

Harris and Sir Richard Grenvile. r r r
Honor Harris's future is changedby

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Grenvile is the King's Generalin four series and 15 models. Engines up to 425 hp*, CORY AIR-For fun-loving people. More cars fun than
the West and he Is resent. manual or Fowerglide transmissions. ever !from Corvair's new bigger engine! Same Corvair
ful, proud, bitter to the end. The NEW CIIEVELLE-For pacesetting people. A totally handling and riding ease in 9 models-including the
Honor loved. new kind of car with small-car handling, big-car comfort! 150-hp Turbocharged Spyders!
only man ever
Styling that makes expensive cars jealous. Three series COnVETTE-For
If you would like to find out and 11 models, and a full choice of engine and transfides softer, smoother-but loses people. Corvette now
none of its
what In the book then gusto because
happens mission teams!
its V8
offers versions from 250
come to the library and check CHEVY II-For practical people. Chevy II want to get together with other to 375 hpI!
with new V8 for fun-on-a-shoestring. ,/
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Stretches the shoestring further with 4-and likes all
Library Assistant, ? Kinds! 'optional at extra cod

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I WOMAN'S, CLUB : Life Insurance was the subjectof
r j The 1964 Birthday Calendar the program for the Flagler

I sponsored by the Flagler Worn-I Ian's )[Beach Parent.Teacher Association .. PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., 'tflfAtiflTY( RIGHTS
'is Mrs. Leonard
Club for the 14th year Tuesday night.
Underway again. ,,i Moody, program chairman, October 10, 11, 12, 1963 RESERVED
Features of the calendar are: j I I Introduced (the guest, J. P. Evens
advertisements of Flagler County who answered many questions .
Daytona and St. Augustine I I on Insurance and the pro
Florida Grade "A" Ik
businesses; organizational dates tection most satisfactory to the FRYERS 29
I' needs. The film strip
throughout Flagler County; individual III.
friends' birth dates. on Insurance was narrated by ,Dressed and Drawn

Emergency telephone numbersand ,Joe Seale. ;I II ,
American Red Cross Home I Mrs. Bernie Wilson, legislation Limit Three Please

Service representatives phone :chairman, presented the action 0. S. Choice Grade Beef Copeland' Tender, Smoked
numbers will be found on each I platform of the P..T. A. which
page, and the calendar Is large was accepted. FULL CUT ROUND tBJlUIIJtdlSTEAK Lk.

enough for personal reminders. Delegates nominated to attend u 39
Mrs. Frank Brede Is In chargeof the state convention In Daytona 89< .
/ the ads and Mrs. H. G. Heydt Beach were Mrs. Dean Peterson
the names and calendar sales. and Mrs. Ray Martel. 1
Please call them for Information. Mrs. Jack Robinson, Jr., pre. Copeland's All Meat
Proceeds from the calendar go sented the Halloween Carnival Palm River Sliced

toward paying off the mortgageon plans which were accepted.Mrs. <

I the club house. ed the. William Halloween Tidwell dinner present.plans BACON u 49* FRANKS'r r 49NESCAFE

Mrs. Tom, Galloway returned I which were accepted. Mrs. Jack
home last Sunday after vaca.tioning { Abbott co-chairman.. AMERICA'S FAVORITE
for several days In Nas. The room mothers of the fifth |I INSTANT
sau with her husband. After I grade served refreshments. I SHORTENING

several days vacation Tom Gal., William Fennell, principal of
10 Oz.
loway 'returned to San Salvador Flagler Beach Elementary '
where he Is employed by Pan, School, announced the top ten I Coffee Jar 79 CRISCO

American Airlines.Mr. winners from the sixth grade in
the Halloween Poster Contest. I

and Mrs. Judson Stryker, Prizes. will be awarded to the Save70c 3 Lk. c
Jr., were visitors In Gainesvillelast first three winners, First prize, 59 .
Saturday and also attended, :Ann Meeklns; second prize, Donna Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order CaM '
the University of Florida and I Filkins; third prize, Barbara
Richmond football game. I!I[,I Wilson. Among the top ten 2% Can Royal I Purple I Limit 1 With $5.00 or,More food' Order.
j I I were Barbara Bross, Debbie Lu.
cas, Frank Fleurle, Patty Gallo For 30 Can Sweet
Those 'attending the Court of| way, Debbie Mlssinne, Janet Plums 4 $1 0'0 ;
Honor In Beach last' $
Daytona Haines and Christine Wilson. | | Tit F.e$100
Thursday to see their sons (and II The Halloween Dinner being piHeappe
brothers) receive their second
sponsored by the PTA will be-
class Scout awards were: !' 46 Oz. Hi "C" Orange
'serving at five o'clock in
Mr. and Mrs. Bob and
Whitney I the afternoon and continue to
daughters, Donna and 15 Oz. Glass Musselman's Apple
Joyce, Mr. 7 o'clock In the evening on October -. RiNK.For 89
and Mrs. Grady Prather, Mrs.)1'
;, .
19. It will be in the school
Robert Owens and De. For
daughter cafetorlum. The menu will be SAUCE 2
rese, Mr. and Mrs Frank Dodi- beef 35
prime roast with all the
mead and daughter, Charlotte, "trlmmlns." No. 3-27 Oz. Can Southern Gem

Scoutmaster Leonard and Mrs. I WHOLE SWEET ,
The Halloween Carnival, be.
Johnson and children Dale, Debby .
1!ing sponsored bv the PTA will For C. S.
Committeeman C. B. Hull begin with a parade consisting Potatoes 2 39*
and friends,. Gus Bums, Steve I'I of all children wishing to enter. CORN For $-i0o
Lewis, and James and Ervin g
Haney. The parade will form at the
Flagler Beach pier and be es
303 Stokel '
Sm. Whole
fOrted along the route to the ys
I school by Hugh Arnold, Dean For 303 Argo Whole Green
Promotion day was observedlast Peterson, Bob Whitney, Joe BEETS 2 39
Sunday and the following Seale, and Deputy Sheriff Ace For
were promoted: Drummond. B EANS 2
From beginners to primary, Bandmaster''Walter Morris will 39
Donna Kaufman, Britt Sheeler, Kraft Miracle
have some members of the
Craig Wilder and Peggy Wilson.
,school band In the parade.
From primary to Intermediates: Qllarl Pepperidge FarmsStuffing
Prizes will be awarded to boys
Pamela Sheeler. WHIP 49
: and girls for costumes in several
Those receiving six-year per. II I divisions for the spookiest and Pkg *
Sect attendance pins were Pam
I most original. Each child par. Limit 1 Please 29
ila Sheeler, Britt Sheeler and
ticlpatlng In the parade will receive
Janet Haines. Those receiving
perfect attendance pins for one a surprise. Holsom Peanut Corn Meal Stuffing................ 31c pfcg
Principal Fennell will be mas.
year were: Scott, Craig, and Jon. t* r.ot: +ceremonies for the tarn Large "
: i Large
Wilder. Butter
wal:. 59 FAB *
The Ladles Guild will meet; i.. t..I 'J\'JI'.. 'It ., 280z.Jar Box 25
today at 2 P.M. in FellowshipHall.

2 Please
Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M. MEETS TUESDAYThe
with classes for all ages. At the Garden Club of Flagler
11 o'clock worship hour Rev. R. Beach held its first meeting of FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS

W. Dickert will speak on "Chris- the year at the home of Mrs. Rome Beauty Mr. "G"
tian Encouragement and Antici Marie Brede. Mrs. Leola Jones
pation." was hostess for the meeting. APPLES Z Lbs. 29C FRENCH FRIES( 90i.
Mrs. Ester White was welcomed P : fOe

UNDERGOES APPENDECTOMY as a new member, Sixteen Golden Ripe 8 Oz. Winter
Dale Johnson, son of Mr. and members and two visitors were CardenBANANAS
Mrs. Leonard Johnson under. present for the meeting. Officers 1.1,. IOC Turkey
went an appendectomy at the for the year are Mrs. Ruth Beef For
Flagler Clinic and Hospital Mon. Brandt, secretary; Mrs. Jewell Chicken PIES *
day afternoon. He Is rt'Cuperat.1Ing Duenesing treasurer; Mrs. Marie U. S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES -*-*ffcStauffer

very satisfactory. I Brede, vice president; Mrs. Leola I Escalloped
I 10'
Jones, president. g4ge APPLES "
Mr. and Mrs. Richard William. Mrs. Jones announced her Kraft 'Vt 39$

son are vacationing In Flagler I committee chairman for the . ........ .. ...._ .. .g.
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Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Philip year and Mrs. Brede announcedthe =
Kester. Mrs. Williamson is Mr.I hostesses for the year. 50 EXTRA FREE 50 :!10O Free: JH.W :SO EXTRA 50

Kesrter's sister. Mrs. Sue Spivey gave a very FREE
linterestlng talk on lilies and S & H GREEN STAMPS::S & H GREEN STAMPS j:; S & H GREEN ,STAMPS
bulbs. She also gave a demon. With this and ::With this
coupon your coupon and !:
NOTICEYou stration on cutting (the bulbs to Purchase of One 2 Lb. =:Purchase of One New your Mir. I With this coupon and your

produce more bulbs..Mrs. Spivey Loaf Velveeta Cheese -:acle "409" Spray Cleaner ?:J Purchase of $5.00 or
can still pay your electric also had the flower arrangementfor =: ; More Food' Order.
Bills at the Flagler Beach the month. It was yellow Coupon Expires Coupon Expires !
Sundry Store. lilies with red, yellow and brown Saturday, Oct. 12, 1963 J: Saturday, Oct. 12, 1963 Coupon Expires
I Saturday Oct.
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War : INTERMEDIATE YOUTH COUNCIL land, Virginia Kawala, Mr. and
-, Cherry
.allc.Jr"I Mrs. M. B. McDaniel
Townsend, Fred Skolar and
: l.< The intermedite girls met Mon Youth Council Directorsmet Pearl Blakely. .
(: I I'I'I ,' day afternoon at the home of Saturday evening for a The students election for the
Mrs. Emma Murray with seven ; planning session. Members of honor council will be held October
girls in attendance.The the committee said they Issued 19 at the civic center. '
1 y, .x. next meeting will be at
i } .k ry I 250 membership cards for the
.."" I. the First Baptist Church of Bun past yer.r and had a very good
Punt Pass Kick
nell on Monday afternoon October Attendance during the year. I II ,

,'-,'..,.... r 14 at 3:45. They also started they had This
1 mailed out 125 letters to parents
; ' Mr. and Mrs. Rudye Shamblin asking for their help in Saturday morning at 10
::a.;., f have returned to their home In I I I chaperoning for the youth coun o'clock the Bunnell Motor Company -

: I Water Oak after spending a cil meetings, and they had only sponsored "Punt, Pass and
; month In Charleston West Vir I received 20 replies at the meet. Kick" contest will be held 'on

f. ginia. ing. The committee said it Is the Bulldog football field.
Imperative (that they have some The competition is for boys
DORCAS CLASS MEETS assistance in order that they aged eight througbjfiltyears.There .
WITH MRS. CRAIG may continue with the Youth will be prizes for the

Council program. winners, a spokesman for ,the
Mrs. Opel Craig was hostessto
Joyce Townsend accepted the company said.
members of the Dorcas Classof .
chaperone chairmanship.Those I
the First Baptist Church Mon
III attending the meeting I Hawaii has not native am.
p ; day night at her home on North
Orange Street. Saturday night were: Alfred I phiblans and no native reptiles
Tucker, Lillian. Hersey, Lee except three sea turtles and one
>F This was their social and bus Bourne, Freda Deen, Hazel Hoi- I..sea snake.
iness meeting 6f the month.
Hazel Holland was In Mrs'l
the devotional.
," 1 24 HourWrecker ,,,',,.,, ,'", ,'If; : .
'. Present were Mrs. Holland, Service, 's (J: ;
Mrs. Eleanor Matherly, Mrs. .5 It' ,
.. Emma Murray, Mrs. Lola Parker, I

"k tt ,,","..4... Medows Mrs. Mary Mrs.Smith Clarice, Mrs. Bernice Taylor, Flagler Truck '&[Tractor Co

d" "
'" Mrs. Edith Nelson, Mrs. Hattie MASSEY-FERGUSON

Y I King, Mrs. Lucille Brooks, and Grove .'Farm Industrial Equipment
r the hostess. %
The November meeting of the
Owner Bunnell, Florida
class will be at the Parker home.



Mrs. Lewis Allen Cherry announces .
the engagement and
approaching marriage of her T < Rf .wA 'sa Rs
daughter, Mary Frances, to Rev.
James Taylor, Jr., son of Mrs.. J.
Henry Taylor of Jacksonville.The .
bride elect is the daughterof
Mrs. Cherry and the late Mr.
Cherry of Opelaka, Alabama and
Ormpnd Beach, Florida. Rev.I
Taylor Is the son of Mrs. Taylor
and the late Judge J. Henry Taylor 1 *sL-
.of Jacksonville.
Miss Cherry received her B. S.
Degree in Art Education from I
Huntington College in 1959. She I

is an art instructor and has '
taught with St. Johns and Du.

val School systems. 1' A
Rev. Taylor received his B. A. .r."
Degree at the University of Flor
ida in 1953 and a Bachelor of

Divinity degree from the school,
of theology at the University of
the South in I Suwanee, Tennessee I
in 1957. Presently he Is
Priest.in-charge of St Thomas', /

Episcopal Church, Bunnell and
St. Pauls Episcopal Church at I -
Federal Point. -.rww 'r------ SSvPlY"
nak :
The wedding date has been I
set for November 29 at Trinity
Parish Episcopal Church in St I

Augustine at 4 p. m. PLSp$

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Keen of Chi.
cago recently arrived for a visit
with !their niece, Mrs. Barney '
$ s
r yy %
Trojan, Korona. 0Y 9k1S
A. A. Morse arrived this week
for a visit with his family before .

going to Washington D. C. i
lie has been with the state de. ?.. R! ,
ts'V s SlA
partment and stationed in Ire A y
land for about two years. His .a 9 Z 4t. ,
family was with him there, re
turning here during the sum
mer. t.y t. -J

Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. !
Z. G. Holland Jr., returned Fri. r
day from Pensacola where they ;
attended the State Convention of -
the United Daughters of the

Confederacy.Andy Yelvington. of the Land'n I When winter calls the signals, be ready I

Sea Fashions, Is In Miami When footballs fill the air and autumn leaves begin to fall, it's time to see your
this week attending the Resort-
wear-Cruisewear and Holiday ,J Standard QQ dealer for a Fall Certified Car-Check. He check your car inside '

Market of the Southern Apparel and out, winterprcofs it from bumper to bumper to assure you trouble free driving -

Exhibitors. in the cold months ahead. Fall Certified Car-Check ia another of the ways

II 8TANDAI0 Oil COMPANY KENTUCKY) wo take better care of your carl




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began to tax the already crowded KKSOLITIOJI I.V TilE COUNTY JUDGKS COURT
Conference for
WHEREAS, It Is nM asary and
I White House, Blair House has Imperative that additional revenue TY. "'LORIO.IN FROIIATI6.CASE .

( been home to kings and presidents to that to be raised by General IN RE: NO.Estate brie of
Spruces Up for Levy, be obtained for the operation GEORGE DL T01fPKIN8
during their state visitsin Pastors at U of F and maintenance of the pub- Deceased.
lie free schools In Special Tax
Paul I
Washington. King
President's GuestsLike School District No. 1 In yiag1 I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
Greece, Emperor Halle Selassie County. Florida, as created under FOR FINAL DISCHARGE! : OKADMINISTRATOR
The Florida Institute for Continuing and by virtue of the laws of the
Its White House neigh- of Ethiopia, Liberia's President University Studies will State of F16rlda, and this Board J Notice I* hereby given that I
Tubman and India's Prime Min- estimated that for the next twoandrspereonalm have filed my final returns as administrator -
bor across the street, Blair offer a conference on Pastoral ) of the estate of
ister Nehru have in the propertyxtelephone GEORGE M. TOMPKINS deceased;
House is getting a new old look. slept Counseling in Enduring Crises r lrr.e.on and railroads, In said that I have filed my petition for

spacious, antique-filled rooms. for October 21.24 1963. district Is necessary for the exclusive distribution and for final dlschar..e"Imd
The President's official guest Soviet Premier Khrushchev, purpose of operating ana that on October 28th, 19(3, i
I maintaining the public free schoolsin will appl to toe Honorable T. K.UeKNIGHT .
house on Pennsylvania Avenueis another visitor, liked to roll up This three-day conference is said district.THEREFORE, County Judge of Flagler -

being restored, refurbished, his sleeves after breakfast and designed to assist clergymen in I BE IT RESOLVEDBY of said County final Florida returns for and approval for an

and 'centrally air-conditioned sunbathe in the garden. their ministry to individuals and the of Board Flagler of County Public, Instruction Florida order of distribution: and for final
; of executrix of the will
under the guidance of a Blair President Truman and his families experiencing crises that be an held election on the la date hereby herein cslleito fixed of GEORGE M. TOMPKINS, :.de

House Fine Arts Committee.Goal family lived in Blair House from which resist change. Two broad for the purpose here specified.BE ceased.First

of Committee ChairmanMrs. 1949 to 1952 while the interiorof categories of crises will be included said. Board IT FURTHER that an RESOLVED election shall. ; September publication 26th, 1963:

the White House was being ; Those imposed by external be and Is hereby ordered to be /SJohn L. Administrator ...
Angier'.Biddle: Duke, wife' I held In Special Tax School DistrictNo.
of the Chief of Protocol, is to rebuilt. On a balmy November situations and those encountered 1, Flagler County, Florida at Sept. 26 ft Oct. I-I0-n-He
the places In said District
day in 1950 the President because of the indi
combine the Georgian mansion's as hereinafter designated on the 12th IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
napped in a front bedroom, an I vidual's own values, motivations day of November. 1863 at which FOIL FLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA -
original 19th-century elegance election shall be submitted to the I IN CHANCERY NO. 4742
with 20th-century comforts. A assassin tried to shoot his way and personality structure. qualified electors qualified to vote CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL.a .
in. The 32-room mansion In such election residing in said I banking corporation organized
similar, effort has been underway now Illustrative of the first category District, who have paid taxes on and existing under the laws of
] has bullet-proof windows and I real or personal property In said the State of Florida
at the White House to restore are bereavement, terminal District as required by law the Plaintiff
doors which only open from the following to-wit
proposition :
its full historical flavor illness, degenerative disease and v.
inside. Determination of the number of BENNIE C. PADBERG and wife,
and furnishings: physical loss; of the second, are mills of the District School Tax GpLDlE M. PADBERG. '
Panorama of History In Special Tax School District-No. Defendants
Guests Breakfast in Bed long-term martial incompatibility 1 to be levied for each Of the NOTICE TO APPEARIN

Blair House already containsrare Because of Its nearness to the problems of the unmarried next succeeding two years for the THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
Executive Mansion Blair House exclusive purpose of operating and FLORIDA '
Chippendale chairs, fine person in the middle years, and maintaining the public free schoolsof TO: C. PADBERG and
Abusson and candle. has long been a landmark of i chronic emotional illness. The said District, the estimated mill- wife, GOLDIE M. PAD
age required for each of the next BERG
stands wrought by silversmithPaul history. I goals, methods and assumptions two years being 10 mills. flU S. Lincoln
Dr. Joseph Lovelf, the Nation's I BB IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY Salem, Illinois;
of the minister in
Revere the National Geographic these pastoral
THIS BOARD, that the following
first General built YOU Bennie C. Pad berg and wife
Surgeon the
Society says. relationships will be consideredin places are hereby designated as Goldie M. Padberg. are hereby notified
house In 1824. At his death in polling places In said District, In that a Complaint to foreclosethe
Cabinet wives are making depth. which said election to be held: mortgages on the following described
1836, the "spacious two-story I'RECINCT No. 1 Bunnell-Court property to-wlt:
needlepoint spats for the dining
i brick building with basementand Conducted by the Division of House. Lot 6) of Block 2, and Lots 4 and
room chairs. Bedrooms will have 6. Block 1, BRUNER ADDITION
every convenience-a well, General Extension of the Florida PRECINCT No. 2 Flagler BeachFlagler according to plat of Bruner Addition
television sets for the entertain Beach Recreation Hall.
on file in the omce of the
ment of visiting heads-of-state. a brick stable, carriage house, Institute for Continuing Univer- PRECINCT No. .3- Haw Creek the Clerk of the Circuit Court

and flower 'and fruit garden sity Studies and the Universityof Community Building. for Flagler County Florida, in
Hatboxes, sewing kits, and PRECINCT No J-A-Korona I Plat Book 24;-
breakfast will tastefully laid out and highly Florida Teaching Hospitaland Church Hall.PRECINCT r Also 1989 Automobile, 2 Dr. Sedan
trays add a No.4 St. Johns
I. D. No. A9GG-m769 has
homey touch. cultivated, was bought for $6,- Clinics, the Conference is Community Hall. I been filed against you and you

500 by Francis Preston Blair, a co-sponsored by the Researchand PRECINCT No. 4-A Bunnell I are required to serve a' copy '
Since World War II when Masonic Temple.
the of your Answer or Pleading to the
Influx of newspaper editor and memberof Education Foundation of PRECINCT No. I 5 Espanola- I Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney
dignataries Community Hall. H. T. Cook, Citizens Bank
the Florida Association.All
President Jackson's Hospital .
powerful I'HECINCT No. 5-A AlA HIgh- Building, Bunnell, Florida, and file
I Kitchen Cabinet Blair kept a sessions will meet in the J. way-Johnson's Fruit Stand. I the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
1- cow on the property, and he Hillis Miller 'Health Center at The foregoing election precincts Circuit Court on or before the list

Community carried pails of fresh milk to the the University of Florida, October said being Special all the Tax election School precincts District In fall day to of do October so, judgment A. D. 1963.by default If you

Memorial Church White House for the President's 2124. No. 1 In Flagler County, Florida I will be takep against you for the
DE IT FURTHER RESOLVED relief demanded In the ComplaInt
I.t..d..ml..tI..1 family. Ministers who are interestedin that this Board shall appoint the This notice shall be publishedonce
Blair House was occupied for persona who are to be Inspectors each week for four consecu ....
AIR CONDITIONED attending the conference may and clerks for each respective polling tlves weeks In The Flagler Tribune ...
more than a century by three obtain further information by place at which said election j Bunnell, Florida
I Dayton Ave Is to be held, and shall publish Done and Ordered at Bunnell
generations of the politically active calling the Bunnell High school said names. as required by aw. I Flagler County Florida this 16th

FLAGLER BEACH Blairs. It witnessed many Guidance Counselor at ID7-3413 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED day l:of. A.September 8MYTHE., A. D. 1963. ,

Sunday School 10:00: A. M. great events. or by writing directly to: Dr. that furnished there to shall said be 1 Inspectors prepared and of I Clerk, Circuit Court, y

Church Service 11:00: A. M. In the small drawing room Robert L. Fairing, Division of election for use at said electionthe I H. T. Cook Flagler County. ;Florida

a W. DICKERT. Pastor Just inside the front door, Col- General Extension, 807 Seagle ballots necessary as required ballot by boxes law; that and I Attorney P. O. Box for 8, Bunnell Plaintiff, Florida "

KVKRYOSK WELCOMF onel Robert E. Lee turned down Building, Gainesville, Florida.IN said the form election of shall ballot be to substantially be used In Sept. 19-26 & Oct. 1-10-Ho

I command of the Union Armies 8.. tollow.: ,
Tecumseh Sherman, la l\ ANn FOH TIIH ('()l'NTY OF NO. 1, ELECTION FOR FLAGLER I'I' IN CHANC'RRY NO. 4739
I ter one of the Union's topmost vt.Atit.KU, HTATK' OK FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA, HELD ON WILLIAM BUSH
PETERSON TEXACO generals, was married In the IN RE-: Estate of IIAM.OT FOR !SCHOOL TAXDis'rltllT :Plaintiff

SERVICE drawing CHARLES M. KING, deceased. NO. i, MII.I.AH"J LKVV,I I VI.
ROAD SERVICE Lincoln spent many FOR FINAL rllAIUiK! by marking an "X" In the ', Defendant.
OF AIMIIMXTHATOR space after line 1, whether you NOTICE TO
Light Mechanical Work evenings 'at Blair House talikng i TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: favor the proposed mlllage levy I'I THE. STATE OF FLORIDA DEFEND: TO:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN which is necessary for the approved I
to his Postmaster EVABELLE C. BUSH
Phone 437.3441 Bunnell General, Montgomery that I have tiled my final returns school term. If you favor Route 206 I II
Blair. The President I R8 administrator of the estate of a different mlllage levy, write the Belle Mead, New Jersey I
: CHARLEY Is!. KING deceased; that levy you favor after line 2. I I You are hereby notified that a
wrote the 'first draft of the I have died my petition for final suit has been filed against you in
Emancipation' Proclamationthere. discharge, and that I will apply 1. Estimated mlllage levy required the above entitled cause; and
HASTINGS MATTRESS to the Honorable T. K. McKnight, for regular term (10) mills. are hereby required you answer
County Judge of Flagler County, I with the ktooplrhr.o' t,
Florida, on November 12, 1963 for and to
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS serve a copy thereof
I Today Blair House is actuallytwo approval 1 of the same and for final 2. Other mlllage levy the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney upon

710.12 Lemon St. : dwellings. The adjoining discharge an administrator of the I whose name and address 'Is:
, Palatka. Florida Lee House, built Just before the ceased. said Board that this Resolution of Selden Building
3 JOHN D. HARDIN, the calling and holding ,of said Daytona Beach Florida
Phone EA 5.9166 Civil War for Montgomery Blair's Administrator of the Estate of election shall be published once not later than October 21st A D.
Furniture Upholstering Sister, Elizabeth who married CHAIILES M. KINO, deceased. each week for four consecutive 1963.
First weeks In the
publication: Flagler Tribune, a
Repaired & Refinished Samuel Phillips Lee, cousin of Oct. 10th 1963. newspaper of general circulation confesso If you fall to do so decree pro
: Mattresses 6 Box Springs Oct. 10-17-U-U-Hc throughout the County of Flagler will be entered against
I'I Made tc Order Also Renovated Robert E. Lee, was purchased by and published in said County, that you bill for o' the relief demanded in the
the Government in 1942 IM'ni.ic iiKAitiivn roivrKKM'vu a notice specifying the names of said suit complaint. The nature of
Pall Laura Morris <<37.3233I along IIAW CIIKKK: WATKH MANAGHMK1MT the Inspectors and clerks of election being for divorce.
with Blair House. The two were DISTRICT : In said District, shall be published said WITNESS my hand and seal of
I fitter 9:00 p, M. Pursuant to authority granted to once In said newspaper at tember Court this 17th day of Sep.
I made into one mansion. the Board of County Commissioners ) days before the A D. 1963.
h I PRICES REASONABLE, of Fluffier County. Florida, by- J: \\nttntlli'' election.BE . (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
, II BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. a Special Act of the 1961 Florida IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY Clerk of said Circuit Court
, \ Just as near as your Modern supermarkets in Lancaster Legislature, known its House Bill said Board that the Chairman and By Julia R. Harvey
No. lilt, to create Water Management Secretary of this Board are instructed Deputy Clerk
Phone or Post Office Pa., provide hitching Districts within Flagler to take all 'other or Sept 19-26 Oct. 8-10-4tc
, Drop' Us A Card or Call posts for the buggies of Amish County notice Is hereby given that ther steps as may be needful -
I1 Free Pick-up & Delivery a public hearing shall be held by accordance with law to carry tur-I Act
t farm families. the Board of County Commissioners Resolution Into effect Statement required by the of
In the Fierier Court PASSED In open session by August 24. 1912. as amended by the
Count A Ota nf Kfaroh . .
house An MnvikniHat. ., eon Board of Public Instruction <' 19TM.I.' " <
I A. M.. for the- ) creating Flagler County, Florida at Its Code See23jO) showing i ; the-own-
such a Water Danagement District, meeting on the 12th day of September ershl management and circulation
to be known as the Haw Creek A. D. 1963. of The Klagler Tribune, published
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Water Management District. RAYMON F. TUCKER, October at Bunnell, Florida, for
All persons Interested In the Chairman of the Board of Public 1963.
: above project are urged to attend. I Instruction of Flagler County, 1. The names and addresses of
H. CRAIG, Funeral Director ItOAItI) OF COUNTY COMMIS1ONER4 Florida the publisher editor managing edi
ATTEST tor, and business
I OF FLAOLER : manager areBu'nneTFVoHda. :
HARDIN. Associate COUNTY, FLORIDA Z. D. HOLLAND Publisher lrl. M. n. Fuller, Bun-
JOHN C. H. CO WART, Chairman. Superintendent and .x-of iclo nell, Florlba.
ATTEST: E. A. SMYTH 11. Clerk. Secretary to the Board of Editor, Mr. )(. D. }Fuller Dun.
AIR OXYGEN Oct. 10-17.Z.-U-He Public I Instruction nell, Florida
LADY Oct. 10-n-U-31-Hc " *
ATTENDANT iv TIDE nnri'iT ('(HILT, !SEVK1MTII 8. The known bondholders, mort- ,
AMBULANCES fcljr: 3Hl glrr Qrlhunr jrDUIAI. riRCI'IT. IV: ca?ee and other security holders
I ANn VOH FLAKLKIl COUNTY. owning or holding 1 percent or more
FLORIDA. IN MANCKHY. {'AI" of total amount of bonds, mortgages -
Phone ID 7-3532 iIUNNELL. FLORIDA NO. 47.15 or other securities are: None.
IN RE: Adoption of 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 Include, In
I 201 E. MOODY. BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA by BRADY WILLIAM F. FORDHAM' EDMUND a minor cases where the stockholder or security .
Fl1NNOTU' holder
i I MRS. )1. D FULLER. Editor NELL* J R. books of the appears upon the
company as trustee
.: In any other fiduciary
TO: JOHN F. FORDHAM, JR. name of the person or relation corporation the
I Dedicated Official Publication ISH Uth Avenue North for *
honj trustee Is
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe Birmingham 7. Alabama also statements acting;
let Pmblle N.tleea .l Flagler YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED In the two paraedgehand -
ow the
fire Insurance policies we write still gin the same I r..My, Municipalities therein That of the a Petition*"& male for the minor\ Adoption child, and bellet? u to the full circumstances --

dependable protection. But today YOU, can often noy| additional and fife State .f Florida KKADY the above F. FORDHAM. was filed in stockholders conditions and security under holders which

coverage benefits-Rome Owner's Policy- at very of October, A.cause D. 1963 on, by the WILLIAM 8th day of who the do not appear upon the books
EDMUND company a. trustees, hold
little extra cost.Remember. Entered as second class matter are hereby FENNEL commanded. JR.. and you stock and securities In a capacity
to be and other than
February C, WJ, at the postofflc appear In the above-named Court I. that of a bona tide owner.
H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you on or before the 11th day of No. of 1 The average number of copies
at Dunntll Florida, under act of vember 1983. to show Issue of this publication sold
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361 March 3.: UTI. there be. why the Petition any for otherwise or distributed to through the malls or
adoption should paid subscribers dur-
for full details not be ranted.ms .
or stop, soon DATED this 8th day of October fog the 13 months precedingthe
' date shown
( above was 1115.
H. T. COOK AGENCY One year .-,.-.__=t.Sfl (Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHS Sworn to and subscribed before

Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Fla.I' I Six: months -.--_tl.U Clerk By Julia of the R Harvey Circuit, Court this If1 day of October 11(1. mo
O. F.
Deputy Clerk i ALFOnD. Notary Public
Oct. 10-17-24-Jl-4tc My commission expires Sept 6. ltd
My commission expires Sept. I. 1W


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NOW AVAILABLE (By Jim Camp) jrtaglcr I

DO YOU REMEMBERtheseteachers
From Page 4
Mrs. Dorothy Barber said today
and principals at Bun- j
any club wishing to sponsor nell High School: Nan Watson, leaves arranged on a trellis and
I Call On Us
booth In the Halloween
a I Alma Goodson, Clarice Teston, set in a brown tray. A lazy,
Carnival may call her at ID 7.I
Eva Holt, Dora Rogers Pearl black widow spider was hanging
3349 for further Information.The Martha Tolle, Minnie from a web made of black silk
carnival Is sponsored by Burnette, Mary Ellen Swords, thread. Mrs. Spivey presented I
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
each lady present with two
Mary F. Jones, Frances O'Dell,
Post 5213 and the Ladles Aux.: Leo bulgs to start their fall flower I
Armstrong, Ella Mae Hooper,,
iliary to the post. I P. K. Platts, Paul E. Peters, Homer gardening.: When' '
The rent for the booth will 1 ,>
\ of the Biddle, Corinne Van Ider- : Mrs. Ruth Brandt won the door
25 cent
be gross
per stein, Roy L. Crosby, Ida C Stewart .
amount of the booth sales, which I prize. A work shop will be heldon
-***o35l5 Auxiliary fund. , Ruth Wetherlngton, and G' October 15th at ten.o'clock,at

I Those goes sponsoring# a booth wjll D: Pinhoister? I the home of Mrs. Leola Jones,

receive 75 cent of the gross, When hardy Bunnell citizens North AlA. Fall dry arrangements
i per thumbed their noses alt the De. will be (the order of the
members of the committee said.
The Ladles Auxiliary will pression, and took off for the day. All members are 'urged to I You Need
Chicago World's Fair of 1933,
meet tonight alt the post home be present bringing their own
at 8 o'clock. the "Century of Progress" Expo dry material for arrangements.\
I sition. .When "Brownie" Browning Also a sandwich.
i was (the town's favorite bar
ber. .When Bill Deen won a Publicity Chairman Lucy
POLITE VENDING MACHINES Fuelling said all Garden Club '
trip to Washington, given an.
members are proud of how nice
I Vending machines on the nually by Congresswoman Ruth looks and GOODPrinting
the City many
Owen to the outstandinghigh
streets of West Berlin are mar.vela
who worked
I school student in her district thanks to everyone
of politeness. To the purchasers ?"' I so hard to make it a park to be
of cigarettes, fresh fruit, Beach.A .
of in
I i When S. 1 rerouted proud Flagler
U. was
handkerchiefs, and other items, I discussion also held
was on
woman's recorded voice I orie''block east through the city,
a taped
alt the
the Flag.
beautifying yard
I "Vlelen Dank/Sc and Jim Henderson's Bunnell
murmurs, or I School.
ler Beach
"many thanks." Motor Company, Kudrna Chevrolet
Company and other businesses I
I followed. .When the two. : Miss Trudie Massie spent a

story house now east of the T. E.Holden's long weekend in Waynesville,I

O. F. ALPORD was on the uptown corner I N. C., visiting with her parents,
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie.
Registered Moody's Pharmacy _
i now stands. When Dr. Carter's
Real Estate Broker I house caught fire and electrician I Lucky Libby of Marion, Ohio,

I Tom Bessant was felled fightingthe spent the past weekend in Flag-
Bunnell. Florida. tlames. .When O. K. Herr ler Beach with his mother, Mrs.

had a newspaper route, and delivered Willie White.He is in Cocoa this OFFICE FORMS
! the Jacksonville' Times- week for special training for his

CLASSIFIEDADS Union on his bike? new position. He is Contract' -

When there was a full-size Special Officer with NASA. ENVELOPESINVOICES

statue of a horse at Bunnell

: Hardware. . When the Court SENIOR CITIZENS
House gang published a short. CLUB HOLDS MEETINGThe

....tl..* ..*.. tfclMeente .eaddas area t lived tabloid style "newspaper" Senior Citizens Club of

.*.!per. U word wlal..._ehTH Bi I. .When Saturday night dancesat Flagler Beach met at the Recreation ,
: 1..ertl.1 Haw Creek were all the Center there for a covered I LETTER HEADS
WANTED to do
I rage. .When the Germak boys dish supper last week. Twenty-
home. Will pick'up .
peddled ice cream from a push. two members were present, and
\1J Call ID 73669. 10-10-ltc cart. .When the Rev.' C. M.I I two visitors. BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS

FOR SALE-Misses dresses, size Samford added "something new" Future plans for the Club were I .

7 to 9, short white coat, shoes,: by Illustrating his sermons with I I discussed and Rev.' Reynold Hoo I

!Size 6%, men's sport jackets, all colored slides and filmstrips? ver introduced Mr. Norman Davidson

In good condition, reasonable. When one of the few radiosin who was guest speaker.The .
Clar-El Motel. town was at the drug store, next meeting of the Club I
Oct. 10ltp. and crowds gathered 'round on will be on October 15 at the BILL HEADS

__u_ !Saturday afternoons to hear Flagler Beach Recreation: Center
FOR SALEsize roll away Red Barber describe the Gator with a covered dish supper.

1 bed, cotton mattress, $12.00. Call i'potball( games on WRUF. . Everyone is asked to bring their RULED FORMS
i HE 9.2186 after 6 P. M. When Frank Croscln's garage, drink and table set up.

, Oct. 10-ltc south of Bunnell, won a Good Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fuellingand

, FOR SALE-Folding bed $4.00. year award, a picture of the Mr. and Mrs. Malford Jueng- TICKETS 'and TAGS

Dorymeyer stalnstell mixer with dirigible "Akron" framed with line will be In charge of the sup-

attachments used twice $18.00. actual metal from the airship. per arrangements.The .
When, Chick Miller's Triple program will be a travelogue .
Ross HE 9.2276.. 10-10-ltp '
service station specialized in and slides. Everyone is < CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS. .J
NICE SELECTION of wool ends hamburgers? welcome. ,

t and 54-inch 'Upholstery. Cloth When George Moody's town

Shop, 539 Yonge St., U. S. Highway swimming pool at Flagler Beach Seniors RemindedOf .
1, Ormond Beach, Florida. was a big 'attraction. .When <

9.26.4tp State Representative Frank L. I
i Coast Guard
. u ( :
' Byrd >greeted friends from the -
: MAN WANTED to manage and
front porch of the Halcyon Hotel.
; retail Walking'.Route
operate a Academy Exams.
WherJ' John Rice was the "ice
, in this area. Earnings of''$125X .
j per week from the very -begin 'man1'}' : ''. .When a tornado leveled. The U. S. Coast Guard is re We Don't Do The Most
the-'Bunnell Bakery, under
nlng. Write Mr. McGarlty?,PcO: I minding senior boys that the
.t{ Box 627, Wllliston, Florida: and damaged Camp deadline to apply for the Col., i
9-2G-31C ,Welcome on the road to Day- lege Entrance ExaminationBoard .

j ton a. . .When Jigsaw puzzles, Tests which will be the PRINTING
I FOR SALE 2 bed room home,I "handles"' and "knock-knock" basis for selection of cadets at "

I' Front and back porch, jalousie were popular. .Do YOU Remem I the Academy Is November 8,1963.

" windows, nice location, near ber? The tests will be given through.out .

Bunnell High School. Call ID 7-I I the U.S. and abroad on De But We Do Some of the Best
'I 3572 or ID 73226. Aug. 22-tfc cember 7.Entrance.

the Coast Guard
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain tVS to
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable fors II Academy at New London, Conn.,

prices. Call George Ja. is won through nationwide com

roz, ID "7.3410 8-1-tf petition. There are no Congres i
sional appointments and no
HELP WANTED-Couple to run geographic quotas. The tests I

restaurant, living quarters In, TRY will be for selecting the cadet

cluded. Must have experience.Will class which will report to the Dial ID 7-3282

pay great percent of grossto I Academy in July 1964 (to begin ,. .
right party. Animal Land, I the four-year course. The academy .
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler I offers a Bachelor of Science

Beach. 8-1-tf. I degree and a commission in the f

,", War 1 I. Coast Guard. This is the first I .

RIGHT year the Coast Guard Is using
JOHNSTON'S i 1vu WHIoose
sieef usTN8 College Entrance ExaminationBoard
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. N \ell--ti tests. The ..
An applicant must be a high
WATER FRON F. FARMS I school senior who will graduate, .

ACREAGE I I and must be between 17 and
-Se. u* lor your nol estate need II
I 22 years of age. They must also Flagler Tribune
Office Phone liE 9.2242 I
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 I! I be U.S. citizens, unmarried, of
nr D Irs good moral character, and in
ID 7.3517:
or i t EGONOMCA{
excellent health. _

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