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 17, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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51, NO. 41 BUNNELL,, FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCT. 17, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR


Here Honors NATIONAL SOCIETYMrs. Group Graduates MEET IN DELAND From Baldwin .

Myrtle Rice and Mrs. Methodist men of the DeLand '

Doyle ConnerThe Hazel Holland were Initiated District will hold their quarterly 1 1I
With Here Score 19-6
I into the Rho Chapter of Delta dinner and business meeting i ;

Flagler Farm Bureau's Kappa Gamma National Honorary final session of the Dale Trinity Methodist Church In De- I
The Bunnell from
Bulldogs won
"Doyle Conner Day, honoringthe Society for women teach. Land October 24
on Thursday, ,
In Bunnell was
Carnegie Course
Baldwin here Friday night 19.6Baldwin' .
State Agricultural
ers. Mrs. Emma Murray whois at 6:30: P. M. I
held In the Masonic dining room I
Dorsey Motes ran 33
was held Wednesday at also member of the
a Thursday evening where memo Steak will be featured on the
the Civic Center. Eighty-six I yards In the first period for the
attended the meeting.The dinner served the
enjoyeda menu, by
bers and guests
Civic Initial score. Later In the same
of the
members I
meeting was held at the banquet prior to the gradua ladles of the the church. Reservations
period Bebe Moody returned a
Clubs, County Officials City Officials
Mayfair Inn last Saturday. should be mailed or
from Bunnell and Flagler Members of the Rho Chapter tion.The i punt 52 yards for the Bulldogs
class was under the direction phoned to the host church in
first TD. A from Elbert
for the pass ,
Beach, were present
I include teachers from
women of Calvin L. Walker of advance. Guest speaker will be Tucker to Harry Kuleskl made j
luncheon. Flagler, Volusla, Seminole, and Daytona Beach. He was aSsist. Dr. Robert M. Blackburn!, pastorof the PAT
welcomed good. iJ y
Guests were by
Lake Counties. ed In the instruction, by Carl E. the First Methodist Church, )
Farm Bureau President L. E. In the second period Bunnell
Wadsworth. The Invocation was Johnson, C. Mac Johnson of Jacksonville. punted to Baldwin. The two

. given by Rev. Howard Porter Local Democratic' Jacksonville and N. B. McMll- ends went down, and Billy Cau-

pastor of the First Methodist fan of Daytona Beach. American Legion ley threw a block and hit both

Church of Bunnell. Introductionsand Graduate assistants were JohnE. safety men when they went to
Committee Plans Gerald Sibley, and
acknowledgments were given crisscross, causing a fumble.

by John A. Clegg, master of Jeanne Sibley, all of Daytona I Meeting MondayFor Jim Brown was there at the I

ceremonies. Beach. right time and caught the fumble .

State Senator Verle Pope paid Special Meeting Diplomas were awarded to: Local YouthsFlagler as It came down and raced

tribute to Commissioner Conneron The Flagler County Demo.!I Bob Schatz Dale Brown, Lewis I 38 yards for a TD. Half time
Wadsworth Ferris Solomon, O.
his record as a member of cratic Executive ,Committee voted I K'I Post No. 115, The score, 136.
the State Cabinet and Commissioner at their meeting Monday II Herr, Hubert Frier, Barbara Stry- American Legion, will be hostto In the third period Harry Ku. j\
I ker, Judson Stryker, Jr., leskl around left end 24
of Agriculture. Other tributes afternoon to hold a special public two boys who attended Boys
to Mr. Conner were givenon meeting at the Bunnell Civic John Lynn, Buddy Wadsworth,. State in Tallahassee last June, yards for the final TD. Score

"boyhood days1' by T. H. Center on October 28th, at 7:30: Peggy King, Naomi Rodgers,' also to two eighth grade students 196.
i Lou Loger, Mike Schleckt, J. D. Coach Bo Manuel said that "In
Wadsworth; "FFA days" by in the evening.The i who will be presentedwith
Mickey Ramsey; "college days" committee Is Inviting the I Powell, Laura Reynolds, Allen certificates of award. his time here this game was

by Leonard' Moody; and "career legislative delegation, Senator' Reynolds, Russell Improto, De- Bebe Moody, son of George the greatest, team effort he had

days" by Representative Billy Verle Pope and Representative I'I'I Wayne Metts, Clyde Lewis, Jack Miles Moody and Peg Moody, seen."

Wadsworth. I William Wadsworth, to attend Clegg, and John Hardin. and Kent Holland, son of Mr. The Bulldogs go to St. Augustine

Commissioner Conner address. I the meeting and give a report Perfect attendance pins were I and Mrs. Z. D. Holland, were to play D & B this Friday
I Dale Brown O. K.
ed the group on many phasesof on the 1963 legislature. They presented to selected by the faculty to represent night.

the farm programs, and told I will also discuss the three constitutional II III Herr, Hubert Frier, Buddy Wads. I the local post In, Talla
worth, Allen and Laura Reyn
of his recent trip to Europe and I amendments to be 'hassee. I Methodist Church

to the Soviet Union with a del. voted on yin the November 5th olds. It has been a custom of the
I will receive their
egation of 49 Florida agriculture special election. Those who Flagler Post for many years to Will Observe'layman's

and business representatives. George Moody, Sr., was reelected diplomas after "make-up" ses honor Boy State students at the

"We jnade the Journey, .for chairman of the commit. sions in Daytona Beach are Betty post's, regular-October meeting.

Several reasons," ,he 'SaId."One, tee.: Mir. Moody has served as Miller, JRev. Howard Porter, CUt>; ,Delores Deen, daughter Mr.: Day'/

of course, was to learn some chairman of the committee for Sheffield, Harry Atkinson, and and Mrs. W. W. Deen, and Alton The first Methodist Church of

thing about agriculture in these the past nine years. He says he Curtis Rodgers. Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bunnell will observe Layman'sDay
awards at the
foreign countries. Another was has been a life-long Democrat, Those receiving Ford, will receive certificates of on October 20th, the pastor,
to represent our Nation in an and has voted the Democratic Thursday evening session were: award for the eighth grade stu Rev. Howard Porter, said today.

attempt to build goodwill In our ticket for 63 years. prepared speech champion, Peg. dents. Special services will be conduct.

behalf. Mrs. M. B. Fuller was also reelected I gy King; Impromptu speech I Raul Reyes, department membership ed by local lay members of our

"And still another, and one I to serve as secretary. champion, Clyde Lewis; highest! chairman, will be guest church he said. .

of the most vital, was that we I treasurer of the committee. She I award for achievement, Barbara I speaker for the evening. Fifth Charge Lay Leader Ray Mercer

were looking for potential markets has served in that position for Stryker. districts officers will make their I will be In charge of the service.

for Florida agricultural the past several years.In I I I official visit with the post at George Clegg and Dr. Frank Allen .

r products. .There Is little doubt other routine business the i VFW Auxiliary I i this meeting.A Reynolds will share In bringIng .

that the United States Is at presS committee adopted the qualify. covered dish supper has the message on the theme:

ent on top of the world agriculturally Ing fee for candidate at 2 per I II been planned hy the post which "The Layman's Part in Christian

We have the poten cent, which is set. by the state Plans for Carnival will begin at 6:30: P. M. Witness." Assisting In the service

tial to stay on top, but we must legislature. ,I The occasion will be a joint will be Walter Morris.As .
The Ladles Auxiliary to the I
give increase} attention to distribution Members of the local commit. meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary a tribute to Laymen of
Veterans of Foreigns Wars Post
and marketing of our I tee are George Moody, Sr., Jack 5213 voted at their meeting and Commander Cora Churches Rev. Porter gave the
farm products." Clegg, Tommy Durrance, Steve Buckles has urged all membersto following contribution:
to $10.50to
night give
Following the commissioner's Cyzyckl, W. L. Dunson, Harry Thursday be present. She also stated
the Lake Veterans Hospital

address, Flagler County Agricultural McKenny, Charles Creal, Coley City that the Department of Florida IT'S THE LAYMEN
for tray covers for the When see a church that's
Agent Howard Taylor Invited Mitchell, Virginia Wilson, Sara told her in Orlando at a state you

the group to make a tour Martel, Mary Tucker, Gladys Thanksgiving holidays. membership meeting that the lo empty ,
Plans also made for the
of Flagler county farming, timber Deen, Leona Knight, Ann Creal, were cal post was the first In the Though Its doors are open wide I
parade that opens the Halloween It's not the church !hat's dying,
farms horse farms, and other Frances Arnold, and Eula Fuller. Fifth District to obtain 100 per
Carnival. The parade will begin It's the Laymen, who have died.
interesting developments. cent and over in membershipfor
at 4:30 P. M. at the Mal.
LOCAL CATTLEMEN phurs Restaurant corner, going the ensuing year. Not only by song and by sermon

ATEND CONVENTIONFlagler on Highway One to the traffic Can the church's goal'be won;

Boat Basin At I light, thence to the Civic Center. CIGARETTE TAXESTO I It's the Laymen of the country
County Cattlemen'sAssociation I Who for God must carry on.It's .
Prizes of $2.00 each will be FLAGLER COUNTYA
members who are
Flagler Beach attending the Florida Cattle. I given for the prettiest, most I report from the State Beverage the church' special,functionTo
original and the ugliest cos uphold !the fine things,
Park ScheduledGeorge men's Convention .in Orlando department for August,
this week include: t tumes. shows the following amounts To teach the way of living

Moody, Sr., chairmanof L. L. Gage, Howard Taylor, Grades nine through twelve I sent to municipalities in Flag. From which all that's noble
are asked to out the jars for
the Flagler Beach Park Board, Mr. and Mrs. C H, Cowart, Mr. get ler county: springs.But .
said District Supervisor C.. M. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., Sandra : selecting the King and Queenof Bunnelf 257555.
the Carnival, Mrs. Dorothy the Minister can not do it
Maxwell of the Florida Park Deen, Miss Flora Gage, Miss Barber said. Flagler Beach, $810.99. Single-handed and alone. \

Service was here Wednesday Emily Gage, Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, Marineland $155.35.
Any club wishing to have a For the Laymen of the countryAre
making arrangements for a Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker, booth call. Beverly Beach, $132.84. the Church's cornerstone.
may secure one
place to launch the dredge that Harold Emery, Tom Lenssen, Mr. Painters Hill, $8.15.
ing Mrs. Barber at ID 73349.
will be used In dredging a boat I and Mrs. M. C. Strickland, Jr.,

basin in the park area. Raymon Tucker and Mr. and SOIL SUPERVISORS ELECTED BEACH SCHOOL POLISH SAUSAGE
Plans In the making to Mrs. Charles Cowart. I
are FOR
Flagler Soil Conservation District HONOR ROLL FOR [ \
work the boat basin
begin on Supervisors R. W. Deen, Jr., FIRST SIX WEEKSGrade OCTOBER 26TH
and also the boat whichis i
ramp Small Claims ,
W. W. Deen, and A. B. Johnston
to be constructed there. The four-Sue Ellen Seale, The Korona Civic Club will

boat basin will have a channel(I Court SessionSmall were terms In re-elected the district to supervisor four-year Patty Meeklns. .I serve another of their popular.

Into the Inland Waterway. election held last Grade five-Patrick Duncan Polish Sausage Supperu on Saturday
This phase of the work is be. Claims Court Judge Le. Frederick Fruits, Sandra Abbott,|I evening, October 26, at

ing done by the Fresh Water ola Jones rendered three default OH Company vs. Richard M. An. Debra Johnson, Pam McDaniel,'the I White Eagle. Serving will

Fish Commission and the Salt judgments in the session Wed. derson. Vicky Perritt I be between the hours of 6:30:

Water Fish Commission under nesday morning. Default judgment to Dr. John Grade six-Barbara Wilson, and 9 P.M.Proceeds .

their research program. The Default judgments to: Flagler M. Canakaris vs. Spencer White. Ann Meeklns, Kris Martel, Deb. I of the cupper will be

work will be done under the supervision Clinic and HospItal Inc., vs. Judge Jones said she continued ra Mlsslnne, Deborah Lucas, used for the club's civic work

ort the State Park Spencer White. one case to the October Janet Sue Haines, Donna Fll- In Flagler county, President Lee

Board. Default judgment to Standard 30th session of court. kiss, Cathy Duncan. Drazba said today.


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\ Thursday October 17
I .

cIt iq/- -THE-BOOK- -NOOK--, -fully all I hers.;-that William was hers I I lights stripes; on another a tawny suggests to dark tiger red predicted dollars Florida's annually.to sorest teach, industry one billion is

Sdtcol iViws GREEN DOLPHIN STREET Nancy Wilson, i ground.
((87 Elizabeth Goudge) Library assistant i WWW
Nancy rieurie & Nancy Wilson A BOOK REVIEW. I JtOSEw'OOD i r 0. P. ALFORD J

The senior class of Bunnell William was so bad at remembering FINE I j Registered I;
High Is glad to report Its Beef names that he even got The rosewood used in fine RENEW roueDRIVERS
cabinet work comes from the UCEHSE 5 Real Estate Broker ?
Barbecue on October 12th was a the wrong bride because he con. I
Jacaranda tree. One variety is
real success. fused her name with that of her DURING YOUR J BunnelL Florida j!
nearly black with purple high-
The class would like to ex- sister. This unfortunate blunder BIRTH MONTH I i XAVUVMAVLVyV AAVUVVW

press Its sincere gratitude to the changed the entire outlook of -
general public for the enthusiastic his life, and It is the key inci : I
response and support dent around which the entire, YOU ARt FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
which It gave. In addition, It novel Is developed.
would like to" recognize and Marguerite and Mariannegrew I: AMBULANCE
thank the many people who up on a small island between I pHONEVAIey4,625|
worked so hard to make the France and England In: SERVICE
project a great success. the mid nineteenth century. I I ST. ArjGUSTINE. FLORIDA
First on the list of thanks are When William moved In next i
to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker door, they both fell In love with, Never be hesitant about codling a Garcia Ambulance. We

and Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Tuck. him, and a lifetime of rivalry I axe always at your 'service with promptness. safety and

er for the meat. Next the seniors and Jealousy developed between:.I I* experience

would like to commend Otis them. Marianne was referred to j ... .. '.
McGulre and Steve Sparkmanfor as a "changeling"; she was a ,z;. ._ Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
doing such a splendid 'Job domineering, unusually curious I
of slicing and barbequeing the I girl who challenged a world In ; Garcia Funeral Home
I When ee only the
you can
meat. which women weren't expectedto back of the vehicle ahead of you. P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Special thanks go out to Stella I do anything but housework. It meant you are following too 'I

and Cauley to !the, homeroom cafeteria manager mothers,, Marguerite lovely, eternally, on the contrary happy, girl wasa ,I' clotely.every 10 Allow miles one per car hour.length for v.-........."..."........LADT......."...ASSISTANTNEWS "....J"..."...."........",;',.........."...............

Mrs. Raymon Tucker, Mrs. Alfred and It was she who succeededIn 'I
Tucker, Mrs. Barber, Mrs. capturing William's heart.
Bennett, Mrs. Fleurle, and Mr. When William was In the Roy. I .
Townsend, who devoted the entire al Navy and got Into some
day to preparing for the trouble while his ship was I

barbeque. Also assisting were docked in a China port, :an old I
Mrs. Peggy King, Mrs. Albert sailor friend helped him escapeto I
Ford, Mr. Howard Lerch, Harold New Zeland. Here he worked !I for truck owners
Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Tony as a lumberman, and when he
Kahlert, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. thought himself substantially
Mrs. Bob Schatz, and he wrote back home
Morse, able requesting
Mrs. Buzzy Durrance, who, to that Marguerite make who need a new one now

gether with the room mothers, the voyage to New Zeland to become
provided the much needed helpIn his wife. Unknowingly,
the kitchen and wherever however, he had again confusedthe Things Chevrolet has developedsince Chevrolet truck. engines-fours, sizes,

there was work to be done. two sisters' names as he had the last time you bought to V8's.
Thanks also go out to Howard done so many times in their Stronger frames. Every conventional
Taylor for letting the seniors use childhood, and the letter con give you more for your money: 1964 Chevrolet truck has a ladder-type

his sound equipment and to the tained Marianne's name rather Double-wall construction. This fea- frame. This type is more resilient, better
members of the school board for than Marguerite's. ture of Chevrolet cabs and the Fleetside able to give with the load and terrain.
granting them the use of the When William went to the pickup body has two advantages. Insulation Its simple design also makes it easier to
school 'cafeteria tor the occasion. ship to meet Marguerite and and sound-deadening material is mount special bodies on the truck. Its
The seniors' appreciation goes I saw Marianne there Instead, he sandwiched between the two layers of riveted side rails are stronger.
out to their mothers, who baked realized his mistake immediate steel in the cab to give you more comfort;
the delicious apple pies. They 1 Ily. Heartbroken as he was, he in the body, the lower inner wall acts as Greater model selection. This timeyou're
would also like to recognize Miss to make the best of a buffer against load damage, preservingthe going to find it a simple matter to
Evelyn (Puddln) Harrington of things and never let anyone outer appearance of the truck. pick the exact type of Chevrolet truck
Palatka for the hard work which know about his mistake. Be. for the kind of work you do. In delivery
she contributed to the project. sides, Marianne would probably Suspension to fit the truck. Conven- trucks, for instance, in addition to regular
tional half- and three-quarter-ton models panels and pickups, we have eleven
Miss Santa Bradley and Mrs. do better In this rough pioneer
Amelia McCoy should be com country than the delicate Mar- have independent front suspension with different sizes of ready-made walkinvans
mended for their Important part gueriate anyway.At variable rate coils in the rear. Variable] some with full-width rear doors.

In getting the project organizedand first ''their marriage was a rate coils do not"bottom out"as readily. Quality and value. Chevrolets todayare

making sure that all the trying experience, with each Mediums and heavies have I-beam a lot more truck than your money
work was done. The seniors are doubting the other's love. As the suspension with variable-rate leaf springs. bought the last time, and yet the price
now much closer to the World's years passed by they came to It automatically stiffens as the load tag is just about the same as 5 or 6 years
Fair in New York City this May understand one another more increases-and vice versa. It means a ago. Call your Chevrolet dealer for infor-
than they were before the bar. and more, while they rose in smoother, flatter ride regardless] of load, mation or for a demonstration.
becue. material prosperity as well. a better handling truck.

Veronlque, their only daughterand
The right engine. Chevrolet never has
a perfect Image of Marguerite -
FRESHMAN CLASS greatly strengthened this been in better position to give you the CHEVROLET
All ninth grade class membersmet eternal bond between them.In type and size you need for maximum
with sponsor Mrs. Emma the meantime Marguerite, efficiency. Today there are many different
Murray on October 9th and 10th remaining unmarried, had be. capacities of gasoline and diesel Quality trucks always cost less!
during homeroom period to elect
the Island which
come a nun on
their Halloween King and
they still called "home." WhileIn
Queen. Nominated were Alan their seventies Marianne persuaded 1964 CHEVROLET TRUCKSTelephone
Jones and Jack Knight for King
William to return to
and Shirley Townsend and Linda
this island of their birth to
Skolar for Queen. Alan Jones
spend 'their remaining days with
and Shirley Townsend were
Marguerite. Quite by accident
elected ,to represent the fresh
the sisters found out about Wil
man class. I liam's great mistake. At first
Vicky, King, reporter. Marianne was resentful, claim.

ing that she had always known
William loved Marguerite more
SENIOR ,CLASS than her, but soon this jealousy
The senior class Bar-B-Que
faded away to an actual respectfor
was a great success, and so was; her beloved sister. For the
the Hillbilly Hop in the civic first time Marianne could truth.
center after the game with :
Baldwin !the night before the SENIOR PLACEMENT TESTS
barbeque. The seniors of Bunnell High

Seniors are beginning to sing, School took their Senior Place.
"New York City, here we come!" ment Exams the'first six periodson
All money which they take In Tuesday, October 15. These
will be concentrated on this one tests are given annually !to all
big event. Seniors also report high school seniors in the State
that they are still selling advertisements '. of Florida by the University of
In this year's an Florida at Gainesville.
nual. They have brought In Generally, a student must
enough to pay for the annual, have a score of 300 or more for
and all sales now are profit. admission to any of the state's

The seniors' classes were Interrupted colleges.The .

all day Tuesday, Oc- tests consisted of scho- your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

tober 15th, while they took their lastic aptitude tests, English .....-.-. . .
----- - .,
senior placement tests. After tests, and achievement tests in ---- --------

the tests, all seniors reported social studies, natural science,
'that they were glad to be back and mathematics.Mr. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET
In class again Wednesday (for John Cannon, guidance COMPANYTELEPHONE

a day or two, anyway). counselor, administered the teststo
Nancy Wilson, reporter. the seniors. ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA


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go den fit04 ida Home Buying I r QUANTITY RIGHTS ""

By Brry Sharps) I RESERVED
Shows IncreaseHome

Expecting plants to hibernateall *

winter without food is like I purchase activity in
sending a hungry child to bed Florida turned upward In June PRICES GOOD
minus his supper-you are asking In THROUGHTHURS.
I for the first time eight
for trouble. I months the Florida State Chamber I II ., FRI. SAT.,
Plants perhaps won't whimper !I of Commerce reported In Its
OCT. 17 18 19 1963
but they can make you worry Weekly Business Review. ,

almost, as much as a wayward
child. "The volume recorded mortgages STORE HOURS
for the purchase of homes Weak Days 8:00am-7:00pm
So to keep from having nightmares
old and measures this activity Saturdays 8:00am9:00pmSHELTON'S
be sure to feed your ornamentals new
adequately so they ," the State Chamber's re-

can build up strength to sur port pointed out "The June to-

vive the cool weather ahead. tal came to $130 million a 2 GROCERY
cent gain over June, '
-Many gardeners have a misconception The national increase 1962.1'
about fall and winter
fertilization of ornamentals. per cent. This June II "Your Store"
Florida actually began in April l Friendly Co-op -
They !think that fertilizing during
these seasons makes plants when relative Improvement was 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
first noted and was the first gain
more likely to get killed.
since October 1962.
However the opposite is true I I

according to Dr. J. N. Joiner, Ag "The six-month total this year FLORIDA
ricultural Experiment Station reached $762 million In these
GRADE "A"Fryers
horticulturist. mortgages secured by Florida I* ,
Ornamentals need plant foodat residential properties. In spite I I

least once every three months. of the slightly Improved situ. !

And It- doesn't matter which ation this total was down 5 per T:! 27

month you start the cycle as cent below 1962. Nationallythere .
long as you keep adding plant was an 8 per cent gain.
food at regular intervals. .1 "Savings and Loan Associations

Year around fertilizing program . were "the original lenders
makes sense when you of $360 million of the six-month
consider that in Florida some Florida total up 2 per cent, and Fresh Boston Butt World's Beat Ground

plant growth occurs throughoutthe Insurance companies Initiated Lb.
year. Remember when the $17 million, up 12 per cent. PORK ROAST 3.ge BEEF 3 fc T9

plant top is dormant, usuallythe Other lenders all dropped somewhat -
root system is gearing for below 1962 levels. Commercial Center Rib World's Best

a spring flush of growth for the banks handled $69 mil. PORK CHOPS Lb. 690 CUBE STEAKS.
above ground parts. This takes lion; Individuals $126 million; 89C

plant food. and government agencies $190
Flavor Aged Ocean Fresh
But don't over-fertilize. Scattering million.

extra amounts of plant "Mortgages included In these RIB STEAK "" 690 MULLET 6 &: 'I00
food-just for good measure- figures are those of $20,000 or

may burn plant roots. Applying less (as reported to the Home
excessive fertilizer is a waste. It Loan Bank Board) secured almost

is Just like tossing a handfulof entirely by residential SHORTENING GIANT SIZE FOLGER'S
dimes down the drain. properties."
Of course the correct amount "Mountain Grown"

to use depends on the formulathe JEWEL TIDE
higher the formula the les8you'd COFFEE
Though hummingbirds range
use. Since an 8.8.8 fertilizer
formula is common, here from Alaska to South America'stip 3 Tiny L 38e Gant! 58- 1 Lb.
more than half the world's Size 38e
are some recommended rates '
using that formula. 319 known species Inhabit'Ecu.
Every three months apply ador. One subspecies lives onlyon Save 31c Save,21c Save 31c

about 2 pounds of 8-8-8 fertilizer Ecuador's Mount Chimborazo I I
at altitudes of 12,000 to 15,000
per 100 square feet or per feet. Limit 1 Each of Above Three With $5.00 or More Food Order
100 feet of if
row you are applying
plant food to a shrub
border. This Is a very small a 1-pound coffe can hold 2 wP'
amount when you consider that pounds of most commercial fertilizer

material.For .
\ lawns apply about one Jonathan Treasure Island 20 Oz.
: CLASSIFIEDADS pound of actual nitrogen per 1,. B"
000 square feet If you are dip APPLES 4 BAg 35* BREADED SHRIMP 99*

i ping your fertilizer out of a bag
of 8.8-8, you would use 13 Long Island BIG 20 OZ. PACKAGE

pounds of fertilizer per 1,000
LUUc wader ibis *..*!.* a!. square feet of lawn- area. CAULIFLOWER Hd. 29* Morton'
3 costa per word sack luertloB
78 seats U rlat .. chare Many gardeners get confusedby
of Green For $<*00
DOLL CLOTHES Will make the vast array fertilizers POT PIES 5
formulas available. Lb.
brands and
clothes to fit Barbie and Ken CABBAGE 5C
since can't read, Beef-Chicken-Turkey
However plants
dolls at reasonable prices. Mrs.H. '
don't worry too much If you ap-
P. Bowden, Rt 1, Bunnell.
ply an 8-8-8 "lawn special" to I BORDEN'S
Phone ID 73656. 10.17.1tp ,
your rose bushes. 'fe' REL" SILVER COW
FOR SALE-PIano, $750.00 Movie The main idea is to apply

camera, $23.00. Buttonhole at plant food that contains the major -' E ; CANNED CREAM
tachment 600. Call 4392049. fertilizer elements-nitrogen,

10-17-2tp phosphorus and potassium-In
1 to 1 to 1 ratio, such as a 66.6 / For
NICE SELECTION of wool ends lJ 8 $100
or a 8-8.8 fertilizer. On most
and 54-inch upholstery. Cloth Florida soils these mixtures of "
Shop, 539 Yonge St, U.S. High.
plant food will produce good
way 1, Ormond Beach. Florida. Blue Seal (Solid) tIlAUUAZ _
growth In most of your plants,

9-26-4tp I including house plants.Of OLEO Lb. 10* ; 100 FREELimit
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain course if you have special
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable soils, or have special plants, you ( One) TOP VALUE STAMPS

) prices. Call George Ja- may consider humoring the
With of
roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf plants with a soil test and special Niblets 12 Oz.
mixtures of fertilizer. W. K.CORN. $10.00 or More FoodOrder
HELP WANTED-Couple to run Some stubborn gardeners refuse

restaurant, living quarters In- to buy special azalea fer For Coupon Void After
2 19-
cluded. Must have experience.Will .
tilizer. They claim that the Saturday, Oct. 19, 1963
pay great percent of gross same plant food for lawns will

to right party. Animal" Land, make azaleas grow. Of course Sunlite 303 Can
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler the acid loving azaleas may turna

Beach 81tf. bit yellow after getting a TOMATOES 8(0:100

""" / w v v"s "V'v-\.< sprinkling of "common" fertilizer 50 FREE
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER but usually within a few
1 / Snow Tip
weeks all Is forgiven And the
shrub returns to a happy green With Purchase of
WATER FRONT FARMS, color. Can 49* /4 $5.00 to $9.99 Food
is almost
ACREAGESee Water as importantas ',,,, Order
plant food. So If nature does
us for your real estate needs not cooperate by wetting the Y Coupon Void After

Office Phone HE 9-2242 ground After each application of ,. Saturday, Oct. 19, 1963I
ID 7.3691
Residence plant food, soak the ground
ID 7-3517
from the city's water supply. .

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NEWS I Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M. Green Stamps Food Store Purchase of $5.00 or

"Home" was the theme for the I with classes for all ages. Worship THE WORLD'S More Food Order
Flagler Woman's Club'' meeting hour Is at 11 o'clock with MOST VALUABLE QUALITY Coupon Expires
Wednesday. Mrs. R. N. Hoover I Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor.
Oct. 19 1963

read. K. several Hirst played poems a medley and Mrs.R. of j I'UNICEF DRIVE OCTOBER 29 PRODUCE fl."":............,,....".......If..J'...

song excerpts using, home.I The Methodist Church School QUANTITY RIGHTS
President Mrs. Jasper White I will have their annual UNICEF
presented attractive year-books Drive from 6 to ,7 P.M.. Last October 17, 18, 19, 1963 RESERVED
to members. The following business year the church school collected
was voted on favorably: $73 on their drive which wentto ,
Enter the Veterans Day Parade help buy milk and medicine FINEST MEATS ANYWHERE,
November 11; purchase advert for children all over the world.
tisement in Cattlemen's booklet; This year they hope for a even
Grade "A" Western Beef U. S. Choice Grade Beef
tune club piano and sell candyto more successful drive. The UNICEF
reimburse the fund donors. DRIVE will be in Flagler CHUCK CHUCK

Mrs. Bennie Clay was named Beach only.BAPTIST Lb u
Junior Woman's Club represent i ROAST 49* STEAK 59'Grade
tative. Calendar chairman, Mrs. CHURCH
Frank Brede urged members to Sunday school time Is 9:45 .
get in names and ads, by Oc- A.M. and morning worship is at Iv.
"A" Western ,
to ber 20. 11 o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens Beef Palm River
Mrs. H G. Heydt announced pastor. Training ,Union Is'' ROUND BONE SLICED
at 6:15 P.M. each Sunday and
motorcade to the "Princess
the Estate," owned by L. E. Wads- evening worship is at 7:30. u u
worth, would be on October 23. Prayer meeting is at 7 P. M. ROAST 59 BACON 49'Copeland's
She asked members and friendsto each Wednesday and church
meet at the club building at I visitations will follow prayer

1:30.: Mrs. Wadsworth has of. .I meeting this Wednesday. Pure Pork Roll Herman's Chipped
fered to show the throughthe
estate. Books Are My Dish

Mrs. Heydt also announcedthat of I (By ,Dodothy Homcms) VJfr 1"" 39* MIX or 3 'kgs. $1 00
the District meeting Readers ask me "What did MATCHFOLGERS l
the FFWC will be held October "Parnassus
you mean by on
25 at New Smyrna Beach. She Wheels "Leaning out 'of my
said reservations for the lunch. Ivory tower (favorite haunt of HENDERSON'S
eon will have !to be In by Oc.

will tober be 21.elected New at district this meeting.Mrs. officers. :I bookworms yodeled.) 'Parsnassus"Oxford and blue-Mountain Diet:stockings.(abridged. in Coffee!49* Sugar [ 49

Novick. Helen were Kruger hostesses and Mrs.for Sam the Central Greece' anciently sacredto 5Bj:
I the Muses. The Muses being
meeting. I gods who are interested in the
Limit IWith $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order

N.I arts.Morley's book, "Parnassus On
Guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. Wheels" Is a delightful story a- 2VSj Can Shurfine 22 Can Food King
Hoover for a, few days are Mr. bout love among the books
and Mrs. George Sheldon and\which has sold over a million For For
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Freeman Peaches 2 55 *
I copies. It was in this novel that Apricots 2 55
from Burlington, Wis. Also Mrs.I Morley originated the Idea ofa .
Beulah Hoover, formerly of book store on wheels. We wish ,-
Champaign, 111., who will soon the Flagler Woman's Club Library Qt. Papaya
be a resident of Holly Hill. I had a copy. Qt. Motts Apple
With ''the sea in my ears roaring .
Senior Citizens had over 30 like the guns of the Normandy Concentrate 79* For *
JUICE 2 55
people attending their covered beaches I read CorneliusRyan's
dish last, Tuesday eve. "
"The Longest Day, and Makes 6 Qts. Health DrinkKraft's
ning. Mr. an4 Mrs. Woodruff did not stop reading about D-
showed slides of trips they ,had Day until the shadows were Bremner's SaltineCheese
taken to Canada and the New slanting across the sand dunes. Velveeta I
England ,States and Mr. and The cats were furious. Dinner
Mrs. Alfred Juengling showed were so late. Sabrina told me z Lb. CRACKERS '1B Lb. 23*
pictures of their 8000 mile trail. what she thought. Sherry was Loaf' 89'
er trip throughout the United silent bu darkly seething, likea
States. The next meeting will Celt. Perhaps Celts were cats
be a covered dish supper on Oc once. But don't miss that book. Florida Grade "A" Large Blue Seal Solid
tober 29.METHODIST.

CHURCH I Flagler Beach EGGS 2 Dez. 99* OLEO 2 Us. 29*

The Jacksonville District Wes I ParentTeacherSupper
leyan Service Guild Retreat will 12 Oz. Laruta Jumbo Size Box
be held at the church building DateThe
this weekend. The Woman's So. CORNED Each Box
clety of Christian Service will Flagler Beach Parent. Beef 39 SALVO $1"Folger'
be hostesses during their stayat Teacher Supper will be at the
Flagler Beach. school house on Saturday, Oc
Church school time Is 9:43: tober 19, Mrs. Dean Peterson
A. M. and worship time Is 11 o'. association president, said today.' Instant 22 Oz. Armstrong One-Step
They will begin serving at 5 ,
clock with Rev. Reynold N.
Hoover, minister. P.M. continuing until 7 P.M.A '
Thursday, October 24, there prime roast beef dinner with COFFEES: 79 Floor Wax Each 79*
will be a Quiet Day Service at all the "trimmlns" will be
the church at 10 A.M.uA Call served. Edith Tidwell is chairman .
to Prayer and Self Denial" sponsored of the dinner committeeand FRESH PRODUCE
by the Womans Society of May Whitney is in chargeof FROZEN FOODS
Christian Service. Mrs. E. Les. ticket sales. School Boy Jonathon .
ter Stanton Is In charge with The P.-T. A. Carnival will be Lb. 8 '
those assisting her: Mrs. Harry held on October 26, and will begin APPLES 4 Bag 39 CL IRsboco'ai For
Treadwell, Mrs. Frank Schwenk', with a parade at 4 P.M.. 89c
Mrs. Emma KUlp Miss Dorothy Prizes will be given for the most Fresh Crispy
Romans, Mrs. V. Raymond, Mrs. original and the spookest costumes 6 Oz. Sealdsweet
Fred Marks and Mrs. William I in the parade and all CARROTS 2L23C ORANGE JUICE Ea.
those participating will receivea 25cM1
Layman's Day will be observed surprise. w."....... *....:.......If.........".. ........."."""........."...If........... .".. ..."......""e.J'........J'.J'..J'"J
Sunday October 17, with special
music by the men and the 50 FREE 50: 50 EXTRA FREE 50150 EXTRA 50
church school. A University of Florida botan FREE
ist is studying the leisurely reproductive STAMPS S&H GREEN STAMPS
t cycle of the orchidin With this coupon and your' With this :
HOME MADE CHILI the hope that its method of Purchase of One 4 Oz. : Purchase coupon of One and your I With this coupon and your
Rose ::- Purchase
Fasweet Liquid Sweetner of 10
Bowl cell division and the develop oz
and 99c
: fresh
34* 59cCoupon Potato Chips 59c
ment of differences between Individual > ._
cells might shed Expires Coupon Expires
lighton = Coupon
Store : Expires
Flagler FLAGLER Sundry BEACH these same problems in the Saturday, Oct 19, 1963 Saturday, Oct. 19, 1963 := Saturday, Oct. 19, 1963
growth of cancer In humans.


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Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., is reported CRUCIAL MOMENT
improving now after his

set back and is expected to I I .. : C is' Argo 9TUKM f.
leave the hospital during the' A'T'T
Q R Rik R ryNaJ
coming weekend. He will have I
LOCI LS to remain In Jacksonville for
some time for treatment before 1W a?, Zwr

I returning home. He underwent s+eY rr A SIC
surgery at Baptist Hospital in P LAY r" "N.a
IDLEWOOO CLUB COUNTRY CLUB Jacksonville September 23. I N .

Idlewood Club met Tues I Mrs. Jeanette Bertha was host.
day of last week with Mrs. M. B. ess to members of the Country 1 cNor4
McDaniel, North Pine St. Club Monday evening for a U. D.C. Chapter met

Final plans were made for the I business and social meeting.The Thursday morning with Mrs.
Masquerade Dance to be heldat group voted to have the Gene Knight for a. business and vrst. ,' v' FIMB _

the Union Hall, Saturday, November I Country Store Booth at the Hal social meeting. 1 I t COACMUTTMBBMX .'!.
2nd, for members and loween Carnival. I The president, Mrs. Walter ACTION. .4 >:,
guests. Contributions will go to Enjoying the evening were: Knight, presided at the business I
the Sunland Training Center. Molly Bertha, Margaret Jane I meeting. Mrs. Tommy Durrance We NUD i' ,
The club is sponsoring the I Deen, Freda Deen, Phyllis Berjtha I acted as secretary in the ab rrl trutst i _
newly organized Junior Girl I I Naomi Pelllcer, Madge sence of Mrs. H. T. Cook. s G MINUV o 5. Tb -.w :
Johnston Elissa Tilton Mrs. Tommy Durrance
Marjorie gave a
Scout Troop. The club's troop 1SPlWD... a _
Kinney, and a new member of historical talk and Mrs. Charles .. -
representative requested a troop : : -
the club, Joyce Crews. Cowart talked on the life of
flag and the purchase was au.
General Johnston, for whom the
thorized. The troop will be in.
I Mr. and Mrs. John Rice are chapter is named.
vested on Thursday, October 24, J JI
spending a short vacation visit. Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs.
at 7:30 and club members were
Invited to attend. j ing in Georgia, South and North I Z. G. Holland, Jr., gave a reportof .
I Carolina. the state convention held in 24 HourWrecker
The club also voted to entera Pensacola recently.Mrs. Service .
float in the Veterans Day pa. Walter Knight is asking
rade on November 11. Miss Lynda Revels spent last
anyone knowing a descendantof
The annual Thanksgiving ,bas. weekend in Valdosta Georgia, one who fought in the Battleof Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
ket was discussed, and memberswere and Pensacola, Florida, visiting Olustee 'to please contact her
reminded of the Thanksgiving with friends and relatives: with the Information. MASSEY-FERGUSON

Bake Sale on Wednesday, '
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
November 27, in front of the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilson Studies at Marineland of Flor S
Post Office. I have returned to their home in ida have shown that a young VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

The door prize was won by Artesia Park, North AlA, aftera Atlantic octopus may double its Owner Bunnell, Florida
Mrs. Myrna Knight. The next I vacation of two weeks spent weight In !two weeks.

meeting will be at the Cliff Mc. In Maryland and Washington, .--.---.--
Griff home November 12. D. C. They also visited in Virginia -

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Salyerds, I I their with return Mr. Wilson's trip. motheron What's the News in Bunnell ? '

Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Pelllcer, Mrs.
T, K. McKnight' and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Leander
Hardin returned home Sunday have returned to their home in

from Lowel where they attended I Chicago, Ill., after visiting here
a convention of their church, the past two weeks with Mr.
Thursday through Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Walter deal, East
Lambert. Mrs. Leander and Mrs.

G. E. Allen, Sr., and Mrs. Creal are sisters. .AJa
Lady Allen have returned to During their stay here they
their home here after a visit In visited in Ft. Lauderdale, Palm
Jefferson Mo. with Mr. and Mrs. Beach, Miami and Orlando.
Ralph Choate and family. Mr.
Choate is Lady's brother.Mr. Mrs. Neva Elsenbach is spend.
ing some time in Vero Beach _
and Mrs. John Baggettand with the John Sutherland fam ;
family were 'recent visitorsIn ily. -

Ashland, Alabama, for a visit I!
with 'his father who is ill there. John Kozak of Korona is a pa.
He is reported as improving. bent In the J. Hills Miller medl-
cal Clinic in Gainesville for
Raphael Sturman was in Jacksonville ) medical attention. Tis daughter
Tuesday on a business j Sister Bernadine, is visit.
trip for the Bunnell Department'Store. '' ing here with the family dur

ing his Illness.
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Udall ClimbedMt. .1 Health Board j proximately 25,000 persons. f. PARACHUTING FROGS I RESOLUTIONWIIEREAS.. It Is necessary and

"Glaucoma frequently increases I Frogs with built-in parachutes Imperative that additional revenueto

with Dr. Fulghum tree to tree In certain that to be raised by General
I age, glide from
Tells of Glaucoma Levy, be obtained for the operation
Kilimanjaro said. "The increased number of parts of Africa and southern and maintenance of the pub-
lic free schools In Special Tax
I referred cases for diagnosis in I I Asia. Equipped with membranes School: District No. 1 In Flagler

Africa's HighestMount Testing ProgramA t the 40-85 age group went up between their toes, County, Florida, as created under
and by virtue' $ f the of the
j from 1 per cent in the 40-44 age I II spread rigidly to give bouyancy,: State of Florida and this Board
the Sept. State Board of Health of.
Kilimanjaro, estimated that for the next two
i I to 6.5 cent In the age the amphibians can jump
group per rare
mill tax on the real
of Interior estimated that
tember climbing target tidal today over* a drspers10
80 group. The disease strikes 50 feet property telephone
Secretary Stewart Udall, 25,000 persons In Florida ,may I telegraph and railroads, In saiddistrict
male and female alike. We do Is necessary for the exclusive
thrusts a snow covered crest have glaucoma-an eye disease not know Its cause but good IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, *EVRNTII i I purpose of operating and
than three miles Into the which leads to blindness If not JUDICIAL CIKCl'IT IN maintaining the public free schools
I vision can be preserved many AND FOR FLAGLKIl COUNTY, in said district.THEREFORE
African sky. detected and treated early FLORIDA. IN CIIANCI,:RY. CAME BE IT RESOLVED
If It is discovered early
volcano astride I years NO. 418:1: BY the Board of Public Instruction -
The 19,340-foot enough.Dr.
and (treated continuously." RUTH HANDFORD ADAMS of Flagler County, Florida
the Tanganyika-Kenya border James E. Fulghum, direc Plaintiff that an election Is hereby calledto

lures some 400 climbers a year. tor of the board's Division of He pointed out that the ex- I I FRANK ADAMS VI.I for' be the held purpose on the here date specified.herein fixed

Secretary Udall, an amateur alpinist Chronic Diseases, said he based amlner-by measuring pressure NOTICE Defendant. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY

was joined by Otis Im- the estimate on results of a Inside the eye-Is painless and I THE STATE Adams OF FLORIDA TO: said beand Board Is hereby that an ordered election to shall be

boden, a National Geographicstaff year's examinations of 14,626 takes only a minute or two. P.Frank O. Box 423 I held In Special Tax School District
I ''No.1. Flagler County Florida at
photographer assigned to persons in the Polk County Glaucoma The Polk County Center Is one Mossyrock.Washington. the voting places In said District

record'(the "trek.Although Screening Program In of the few permanent screening You are hereby notified that a day hereinafter of November designated 1963.on at the which 12th
has been filed against In
there Is nothing Lakeland as reported by Dr. centers In Florida but another the suit above entitled cause; and you you election shall be submitted to the

technically difficult about the Marion Hester, center director.Of will be established in Daytona are hereby with the required ktoorlihr.o'O: answer t, qualified such election electors qualified residing to In voteIn said

climb (guidebooks say it can be the total, Dr. Fulghum said, Beach ithis month. Dr. Fulghumsaid and to serve a copy thereof upon real District, who have paid' taxes on
or personal property In said
undertaken by anyone "soundIn 313 suspects or 2.1 per cent were "There is marked interestIn whose the plaintiff name and or plaintiff's address 1st attorney District, as required by law. the

wind and limb"), getting to found abnormal and referredfor establishment of other perm- W. L. WADSWORTHP. following proposition, tQ-wit:
O. Box 896 Determination of the number of
the apex of Africa Is hardly a, diagnosis. Of these, 167 were anent screening centers over the Bunnell. Floridanot mills of the District School Tax
later than November 19th A. D. In Special Tax School District No.
Sunday stroll, the National Geographic found definitely to have glau state. 1963. 1 to be levied, for each al .the

Society reports. coma. The Polk County Center is a If you fall to do. so decree pro exclusive $'.-two years for''the
confesso will be entered against purpose, of operating and
Mountain Sickness Is Common Florida's population: over 40 is community project cooperated In you for the relief demanded In the maintaining the public free schoolsof
Is opthamologlsts the local bill of complaint. The nature of said District the estimated mill-
summit trail wet estimated and 2.0 by ,
The long at 1,890,000 said suit being for divorce. age required for each of the next
and cold. The rarifled air on per cent of this would be ap- hospital l, county health dep'art.ment WITNESS my hand and seal of two years being 10 mills.
I said Court this Ifith day of October BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY
the top can produce nausea and Lions Club, Florida Council A. D. 19 3.OHlclal THIS BOARD that the following

headaches. Even the British tlon of dense rain forests, alpine for the Blind, Society for ( Seal) E. A. 8MTTHE places are hereby designated as
Clerk of said Circuit Court
I mountaineer Geoge Legh) -Mal- meadows, and rock.strewn lava Prevention of Blindness and the By Julia R. Harvey polling which said election isdtDist heldtn

hills finally the ice and snow Florida State Board of Health. Deputy Clerk PRECINCT No. 1 Bunnell-Court
lory, of Everest fame, got sick ; Oct. 17-24-31 & Nov. 7-4tc House.

and had to turn back. of the summit -
PRECINCT No. 2 Flagler BeachFlagler
Climbers normally take four Kilimanjaro is actually two Notice Is hereby given that pursuant KL.AflL.KH COUNTY' FLORIDAIN Beach Recreation Hall.
volcanoes. At about 14,000 feet to motion duly made sec CHANCKRY NO. 4761 PRECINCT No. I. Haw CreekCommunity
to reach the top. Last ,
days year, onded and carried by the Boardof PAUL ELTON HENDRICKSON Building.
Norman Meyers, a 27.year.oldCenya the mountain divides in a six. County Commissioners of Flag. Plaintiff PRECINCT No. S-A_Korona
ler County Florida, at a Regular va, Church Hall.PRECINCT .
schoolteacher dressed in mile long saddle. On one side Meeting of aid Board held on the BERTHA HENDRICKSON No. 4 St. Johns Park

shorts and field hockey boots,I Mawerizl rises some 2,000 feet 7th day of October A. D. 1>63, In. Defendant. Community Hall.
specters and Clerks of each Election NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE PRECINCT No. 4-A Bunnell .
hiked to the summit In record. out of volcanic rubble. From District or Precinct tn Flag- 'STATE OF FLORIDA! TO: Masonic Temple. '
ler County, Florida were appointedand BERTHA HENDRICKSON PRECINCT No.: I. Elpanola-
breaking time-13 hours and 40 the other side thrusts the high. voting place or polling placesfor 81 Sheridan Street Community Hall

minutes. er, snow crowned cone of Klbo.Klbo's each Election District or Pre Wilkes Barre Pa. PRECINCT No. 6-A AlA High-
cinct In Flagler County, Florida You are hereby notified that a way-Johnson's Fruit Stand.
Most tall mountains rise on crater, a mile across were designated for the Special I suit has been filed against you In
Election to be held on Tuesday, the above entitled cause; and you The foregoing election precincts
and 600 feet has active
backs of their but deep,
neighbors, the 6th day of November A. D. are hereby required ktoorlihr.o answer being all the election precincts in
Kilimanjaro stands overwhelmingly fumaroles, high temperatures, 1963 the said Board of County with the t, said Special Tax School District
Commissioners of Flagler County and to serve a copy thereof upon No. 1 In Flagler County, Florida.BE .
alone on the heat-scorched and 'extensive beds of sulphur. Florida, having appointed the following : the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, IT FURTHER
Present lack of snowfall and Increased named persons as Inspectors whose name and address Is: that this RESOLVED
plain. Not even Everest can and Clerks respectively, and H. T. COOK Board shall appoint the
volcanic having designated I the following Bunnell Florida persons who are to be inspectors
boast a three-mile leap from activity are and clerks
for each
voting or polling places for said not later than November 19th. A. D. respective pol-
base to summit melting the glaciers."A Election: 1963.If. ling place at which said election
Preeliiet No. 1 fall to do decree Is be held, and shall publish
you so pro IJo
White Cloud"
The glacial snows on the rim DoxzlnglT Bunnell Flagler County Florida. I confesso! will be entered against names as required by law

can be seen from a hundred Although' 16th-century Portu Vote In the County Commissioners you for the relief demanded in the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
Room In Flagler County Courthouse : bill of complaint. The nature of there shall be prepared and
miles on a cloudless day. gese costal traders heard rumorsof Bunnell. Florida. aid suit being for divorce. furnished to said Inspectors of
a giant glacial mountain Pearl Woods Beatrice White WITNESS my hand and seal of election for use at said electionthe
Kilimanjaro forms a world a Ethel numlll. Inspectors: Geneva said Court this 15th day of October necessary ballot boxes and
hemisphere In itself: parched few hundred miles inland, Kilimanjaro Uodgers Clerk. A. D. 1963. ballots as required by law; that
Precinct N. 3Flagler (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I the form of ballot to be used In
plains leading to rich coffee and I was not seen by out- ( Beach Fin(Tier Clerk of said Circuit Court said election shall be substantially
siders until 1848. The discoverer Florida. Vote In the le.B h By Julia R. Harvey as follows:
banana plantations; a gradua- Recreation Center. Flagler Beach "J Nov e 7-4tcClerk I SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
Johannes Rebmann, a German Florida Oct. 17-24-31 & NO. 1 ELECTION FOR FLAGLER
Margaret Givens, Myrtle Cash, COIJNTY. FLORIDA, HELD ON
I missionary, wrote In his diary: Mildred M. Landers Inspectors; IN Tin COUNTY JUDGK'S COURT NOVEMBER 12. 1963
I PETERSON TEXACO "This morning I fancied I sawa Flossie Halnes. Clerk. l\ AND FOIt PLAftLRR COUNTY. IIALLOT FOIl SCHOOL TAX
SERVICE white cloud which Haw Creek CAME NO. SM4
dazzingly Flagler County Flor INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate -
1 ida. Vote In Community haf, Haw IN RE: Estate of by marking an "X" In the
ROAD SERVICE must be snow. Creek GEORGE M. TOMPKINS space after line 1 whether you
Experts scoffed at the "fanci- Mae Kelfer, Naihla J. Trad. Doris Deceased. favor the proposed millage levy
Light Mechanical Work C. Tucker, Inspectors: Taudy Bowden NOTICE< OF FILING PKTITION: which Is necessary for the approved
Phone 437-3441 Bunnail ful"story for 13 years until another Clerk. .. FOIt KIVAt.: DI! CIIAIUiK OF school term. If you favora
explorer verified Reb- I Korona..I'j No. S-A I ADMINISTRATOR! different mlllage levy write the
County Florida. h.ttlrired Is hereby given that I levy you favor after line 2.
mann's observation. Vote In Church Hall. Korona. / my final returns as administrator
Sophie Sml llOllkl. Antolnnette of the estate of 1. Estimated millage levy required
Coastal natives named it Kil- Slovak Mildred Nyland. Inspectors; GEORGE M. TOMPKINS deceased; for regular term (10) mills.
HASTINGS MATTRESS ima NJaro "The Mountain of Imogene Strickland Clerk; that I have filed my petition for
t TrrHitet No. 4 distribution and for final
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Njaro" a demon supposed to Vote In St. Johns Park Community and that on October dlechargei 2. Other millage levy
Hall St. Johns Park, Florida. will apply to the Honorable T. K,
710-12 Lemon St. cause cold weather. One contemporary Naomi Pelllcer. Alleen Harding McKNIGHT, County Judge of Flag- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY
Palatka Florida tribe calls It "The Anna Stauldlng, Inspectors; Reese let County Florida, for approvalof said Board that this Resolution of
Burnsed Clerk. said final returns and for an the calling and holding of said
Phone EA 5-9166 House of God" in the belief that I'rerlnct No. 4-A order of distribution and for final election shall be published once
I Vote In Masonic Hall Bunnell. discharge of executrix of the will each week for four consecutive
Furniture, Upholstering the deity Rayll roams the high Florida. of GEORGE M. TOMPKINS de weeks In the Flagler Tribune a
Repaired & Refinished pastures in the form of a giant Grace Wray. Jennie R. Green, ceased. newspaper of general circulation
Mattresses & Box Spring I Margaret herding, Inspectors; Nina First publication: throughout the County of Flaglerand
cow. Splvey CJerk.Preclnet. published in said
September 26th 1963 County, thata
Made \a Order, Also Renovated
No. ft L. notice specifying the names of
/SJohn Tompklns
But Kilimanjaro's most
Vote In
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 Community Hall. Espan- AdministratorSept. the inspectors and clerks of elec
denizen, (the leopard in ErnestHemingway's ola. Flagler County. Florida. tlon In said District shall be pub-
After 6:00 P. M. Mable Maulse 26 & Oct. S-IO-IT-Hc lished once In said newspaper at
IIr chi
'The Snows of f'hyllil ctorKAgnes: least< fifteen (16) days before the
PRICES REASONABLE. I West; Clerk IN TILE COUNTY Jl:DGF/S! COURTIN holding of said election. ,
Vote In Johnson Building AlA PL.AULKR. !STATM OF FLORIDA said Board that
Its carcass lay frozen for years the Chairman and
as near as
your .
Highway, Marlneland, lI'llOHATK. CASK NO. BB2 Secretary of this Board
Phone or Post Office amid ice and rocks at 18,500 Dolores Schati. ar: ltda.Col.. IN RE: Estate of to take all other are or fur.instructed
Drop Us A Card or Call knows lings, Blanche Andreas Inspectors; CHARLES M. KING, deceased. ther steps as may be needful In
feet. No one yet why or '
,Coley D. Mitchell Clerk. ISOTICH OF PILING 1'KTITION accordance with law to this
Free Pick-up & Delivery how the lepoard climbed there. By order of the Board of County FOIl FINAL: imCIIAHUK Solution Into effect. carry
Commissioners of Flagler OK ADMINISTRATOR! PASSED In
I County, open session by the
regular meeting at Bun"fI'.Flagler of Public Instruction' of
County. )Florida this NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN CQunty, Florida,
day of October A. D. 1963. that I have filed my final returns meeting on the 12th day o f Sops
C. H COWART. Chairman of as administrator of the estate of 1
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. the Board of County Commis CHARLES M. KING deceased; that RAYMON: F TUCKER.
sioners of Flagler County. I have filed my petition for final Chairman of''the Board of Public
I Florida discharge, and that I will apply Instruction of Flagler
Attest and fount ('omn.I_. to the Honorable T. K. McKnlght. FloHda. County
H. CRAIG Funeral Director Inner eal Affixed, County Judge of Flagler County. ATTEST:
I II:. A. SMYTHE. Clerk. Board Florida, on November a1ci 19(3 forapproval Z. D. HOLLAND
JOHN HARDIN, Associate : of County Commissioners of of the same for final Superintendent and ex-offlclo
Flagler County Florida discharge as administrator of the to Board of
AIR OXYGEN I October 17-ItcQJhr estate of CHARLES M. KINO de ca'7ne u rOl
LADY I ceased. Oct. 10.n-It.Il-Hc
I I Administrator of the Estate of IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT

ATTENDANT AMBULANCES ? tflftglrr' QlrtbunrIIUNNRLL I First CHARLES publication M. :KING deceased. RNTII FOR JI'Di'IAI.RCUIT" .9Evv.IN'ANn

Oct. 10th. 1961. "'I.ORm"'N CHANCERY.UCASE.

Phone ID 7-3532 FLORIDA Oct. 10.1T.4.31-4tc lrO. 41\3
IN RE-: Adoption of
... I Pursuant to authority granted to NOTICE
the Board of County Commissioners TO: JOHN F. FORDIIAM JR.
-I I Desiccated OMelet rufctleatloa of Flagler County. Florida, by 384 49th Avenue North
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe I a Special Act of the 19(1 Florida l
for Public Notices of Flscler Legislature, known ss House Bill YOU iAREgHEmREBYIaNOTIFIED

fire Insurance policies we write still give the same CoMty. T.Blelpalltls thereto. No.'ntIlU'Dftrr ::te within Water Manage Flagler That i>fr the a whit| male. the minor childthe

protection. But today can often enjoy additional ..d the State of Florida County, notice Is hereby given thata Aabove FORDHAM. was
dependable you public hearing shall be held by cause on the 8tb day
coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very the Board of County Commissioners of October A. D. 1963 by WIL.I TAVT
In the Flagler County Courthouse EDMUND FENNELl1JR..
little extra costRemember Entered as second class matter on November 7. 1963 at 9:00 r and you
February 6. 1913. at the postofflce A. M.. for the purpose of creating appear mythe aboveenamedbCourt

H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you at Bunnell. Florida, under act of such to be a known Water Management as the Haw District Creek, Ion m'lrb'if,0//.theKllth, (cause day of if No-

take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 Water Management District. there be. why the Petition any for
March 3. 1171. All
persons interested In the adoption should not be
or stop In soon for full details.H. above project are urged to attend. DATED this Ith. day of granted October

T. COOK AGENCYPhone One year ... 13.50 OP FLAGLER (Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHBBy'M
437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelU Fla.ti I Six months __$1.38 C. H. COWART Chairman. R. Harvey Circuit Court
: SMYTHE Clerk. Deputy Clerk
Oct. 10.1T.UU'-'te Oct. l



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Q)) BEEF LIVER.................._........... 3 Iis$100
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PORK LIVER.................:............ 3 Ibl aiJ

by a andw n c e s? NECK BONES..6: Ibs$1oo

RIB TIPS .................:.................. 5 Ibsa1

/ 0 HOG MAWS .............................. 5 Ibss1 .

/ PIG TAILS .................................. 5 16s$100

ONLY 79 Pound

Fresh Fla. Grade"A" (2-2V4 Ib Avg.) .

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U. S. Choice (Standing) Fresh Lean U. S. Choice


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Red & White (20 oz. Jar) Our Value (303 Can)

GRAPE JELLY.................................................3 for*! CREAM STYLE CORN................................7 for'l00
Red & White (303 Can) Our Value (303 can)

FRUIT COCKTAIL................'.........').............4 for$100 EARLY JUNE PEAS ........................................ 6 r.100


t1 Dairy Products .
TJ* --= .Q- ", iig 8 ran $1 "
Pillsbury or BallardBISCUITS Limit (1)food with order$5.00 or more CaR
I 50
8 oz. Can
(Limit 4 ) Value No. 300 cans Red & White 15 oz. Jar
10 for 1 S for I
(Self.Ris ng) (Pure Vegetable)
1 Ga. RED
Ripe l I. I b
TOMATOES n,19c 5 lag 29 3 Tin 38
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more Limit (1) with $5.00 or more
4 Ib Cello Bag food order food orderDELICIOUS

SO FREE GIFT BOND STAMPS \S1\ ,; ; ftzen Foods
With this Coupon and purchase of
$5.00 or more Food Order (;
Coupon Void After Oct. 19, 1963
Birds Eye (Whole) Birds Eye
with this coupon and purchase of
((1) Qt. Red & White MAYONNAISE 49-
Coupon Void After Oct. 19, 1963 16 oz. Carton 16 oz pkg.

this coupon and purchase of

Coupon Void After Oct. 19, 1963 lIJfIllTlll ;Ii] ," iiIii II*

this coupon and purchase of
(3) 15 oz. cans ARMOUR STAR CHILI OPEN SUNDAYS fflJhhhhhii''" Phone 437-3227
Coupon Void After Oct. 19, 1963 8:00 a.m.-1:00 m.

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I I EIGHT Tin? T'T.A GLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 17, 1963
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\ I and returned to New York to nical personnel; have been train.'
White Hospital the salutes and applause of mil ed in American medical tech.
lions. niques and procedures by the
Ship Prepares Within hours after her arrival,,American staff. Thus, when the
she moved quietly across the]S.S. Hope leaves a country,
j. For Next Voyage Hudson River to Hoboken, New. usually after a 12-months stay, Call On Us
Jersey, to begin a lengthly period a "legacy of learning" is left
{\ It was one of the finest welcomes of overhaul and repair. Evenas behind and the people are bet.
ever rendered by New the workmen climbed aboard ter able to help themselves.The .
I City (to a visiting ship. her to begin their work, preparations reaction of the people of
i The city's fireboats shot under for the I '
were way the lands by the HOPE has '
streams of water hundreds of. next voyage of the S.S. HOPEto been deep and moving. In Peru, WhenYou )
feet Into the air, Police Department an undeveloped nation, a nattlon where the people In the north.
and Coast Guard helicopters in need of medical care and western region had been pro. "
hovered nearby and acconvmpanled I assistance. '
Castro when the ship arrived
;the gleaming white vest Today, as work on the former and greeted its arrival with
1 v sel "as. she moved slowly past Navy hospital ship U. S.S. Con coolness and disinterest, 40,000
i the Statute of Liberty, ships In solation neacs completion, plansare people crowded onto the dock
6! the harbor blew whistles and all but final to dispatch the to bid farewell to the ship and Need
I'I'I I sirens In greeting. ship to Ecuador within the next its staff. They garlanded the I
: On the dock, waiting as the few months. She Is expected to vessel from stem to stern with
1 I 15,000-ton hospital ship tied up, depart some time during the strans of flowers, and thrust ,
of th seaboard,
were friends and into the
I bouquets gifts
j I I top dignitaries from the city fall.Visiting only those nations to hands of doctors and nurses.
state, and national governments which it is Invited by the local Many wept.
\ as well as crews of press, radio .
medical societies, the S.S. Hope
Thus, five short years since
I !
and television men, recording
Indonesia and GOODPrinting
has touched Project HOPE was, first con
her arrival and awaiting the
\ i opportunity to interview those South VietNam as :well as Peru. I ceived by Washington, D. C. :
aboard her. Hundreds of volunteer physic. physician, Dr. William B. Walsh,
On last March 11, the white ians, dentists, nurses and para. i.this selfless effort to bring med.
medical personnel, many of teal assistance to others in need
j hospital ship S.S. HOPE con-
without have has for Americans the sincere .
eluded a 10 month visit to Peru whom serve pay, won
sailed aboard the ship and their gratitude'andmore im
record is truly incredible. Over portant-the friendship of ,ithou-
4,000 major operations have sands in other lands.
a. CommunityMemorial been performed in the ships operating To continue Its activities, how. ,
Church I rooms and nearly a mil. ever, the Project Is dependent
l.t.r..I..tI..1 lion people have been examined}I I upon the support of the Ameri
or immunized aboard ship and can people.. Individuals interested .
in outpatient clinics establishedin in assisting the Project
I'.; Dayton Av.. do contributions
nearbytowns. may so by sending
,FLAGLER BEACH Foremost mission of the S.S. to "Project HOPE, 1016 -

J Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Hope and her medical, staff, 20th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. OFFICE FOlt"MSI I ., .)
Church Service 11:00: A M, however, Is the teaching and
training of local medical per. Of Florida's 67 counties, 63 , \J
R. W; DICKERT. ".at.r
& BVEHYO9CR WBL.COMK sonnel. To date, nearly 1,700 are considered pulpwood pro ENVELOPES; .
Il/ doctors, nurses as well as tech. ducers. ,

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