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51, NO. 42 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1963 $2.5O A YEAR
BunnellVins I INVESTITUREFOR Bunnell School ANNUAL MILES Commissioners
JUNIOR REUNION AT I
Fifth Straight;; GIRL SCOUTSThe Safety Program BAXLEY SUNDAYThe ; Study ChangeIn
newly organized Junior I Series Completed annual Miles Family Re
D & B Falls 33-0 Scout Troop will hold a Candle A series of three safety programs I union wilt be held on Sunday Police ForceBunnell's
I light Investiture Ceremony to October 27, at Miles Chapel, located
Bulldogs for Bunnell High School city commissioners
The unbeaten and untied
night, October 24, at 7:30 at the in Appling County, Ga.,
of Bunnell High School students was completed Thurs I Monday night voted to hold a
First mile west of U. S. Highway
Recreation Room of
moved further along the road day, October 17, when a pro meeting with Sheriff Homer
Baptist Church, Bunnell. 1, halfway between Alma and
leading to the St Johns River gram on Safe Driving was presented I Brooks at 7 o'clock tonight
the turnoff is at Miles
Nineteen girls from the fourth Baxley ( ; .
Conference championship Friday to all licensed student (Thursday) to discuss the possibility
and fifth grades will be invested. Grocery). A basket lunch will .
drivers. of combining the city'sday
night by running and passingto The public is cordially Invitedto be served at noon. Friends and I
police service with thesheriff's
33 to 0 victory overa
an easy attend. The first program on school relatives are cordially invited to .
office. With this connection
but outclassed Florida I
scrappy held September attend. I
bus safety was
I. the city police radio
School for the Deaf and Blindat all'students who ride
H. E. Duttenhaver would be hooked up with thesheriff'
St. Augustine. school buses. N.; M. Israelson,
Three Streets .
STATISTICS office and also the Highway
for the I
D&B Bunnell Passes at HomeIn area representative Patrol radio service. This
American Automobile Association
First downs 4 9 color and Added To City'sPaving would give greater protection 10-
Yards rushing 74 !' 175 Kentland Ind. presented A the city night policeman In case
sound film on school bus safety
Passing yards 29 58 ProgramThe of an emergency.
Passes, 2.11 5.9 Henry E. Duttenhaver of Kent rules. City police protection for the
Passes inept. by 0 2 land, Ind., former resident of The film demonstrated very city commission voted to night will remain the same with
Punts 3-333 1.37 Bunnell passed away at his effectively the many hazards add one block on Plane St., be I the added radio service.
home there Monday noon following tween Highway 1 and RailroadSt. the commission
Fumbles lost 2 2 likely to be Incurred by pupils Recently gave
Yards penalized 35/, 5 an illness of long dura. during the many hours of the ., two blocks on Woodland Police Chief Wilfred Hunter the
The smooth operating Bulldogs tion. He was 86 years of age. school year when they are be. from Moore to Highway 100, and added title of superintendent of
scored three quick touch. Mr. Duttenhaver, a native of ing transported ta. and from three blocks on Bacher from streets. lie presently is In chargeof
downs In the first quarter to as Indiana, resided in Flagler county I school. The film was followedby Moody Blvd. to Palm Ave. to street work. He is also on
sure their fifth straight confer. I a number of years and was a brief talk by Mr. Israelsonand the city's present paving pro. call as an officer In case of an \
ence victory. engaged in farming in the Bun!- a 'question and answer I gram. Hardy St. was recently emergency.The .
Bebe Moody Bunnell's out. ni District. He also served as period. I added to the list. commission had previous
standing quarteback fired an postmaster of the Bunnell office There are about 11 blocks of ly advertised for applications for
18 touchdown to half. from March 1931 to May of 1935. The second program was on the 1960 paving program which a third policeman but after discussion
bicycle safety. John A. Cannon, have not been completed. These I
back Elbert Tucker to start the Survivors Include his wife,, they considered the
scoring parade for the conferencetilt Lily of Kentland; two daughters, assistant principal, met with all Include Palmetto St. from Moody present plan before hiring the
bicycle riders September 27. Dur Blvd. to Magnolia, a distance of
played at the St Augustine Mrs. Roy Lingdren of Washing. third man. Several members of
High stadium. Harry Kuleski recovered ton, D. C., and Mrs. Fred Logan ing this meeting Mr. Cannon explained \ four blocks. Also Magnolia from the commission agreed that If
the school rules to bicycle Palmetto to Anderson, which Includes
a Dragon fumble on the, of Kentland; three sons Harry the plan which is under consideration
first play aftef the opening kick. of Eau Gallic, Florida, Glenn of riders. Each bicycle rider I seven blocks. could be worked out
off to set up the touchdown. Indianapolis, Ind., and Wayne was also given a pahphelt entitled \. The commission also voted to. satisfactorily It would mean a
Shortly afterwards Kuleski In. of Atlanta, Ga. Also survivingare I : 'JlelpfuIll1nts on Bicycle use the soil cement method topaving saving of $3,900 plus auto and
tercepted Andy VonDolteren'spass several grand-chlldren and Care." A discussion followed on I !: and voted to ask for bids uniform expense for taxpayers.
4 the State School's 48 to great-grandchildren. "Do's" and "Don'ts" of bicycle on 6,000 bags of type one cement form expense for taxpayers.
riding. This was followed by anresentaUon to be used In the paving.SUPt. with
again set the Bulldogs In motion Funeral arrangements werehot" I .. . .. ". Pro'> John Canakarl met "
p. .of "
; -nwn4crshti '1' ,: 'the bodj'aslcing J forlnformatlon
*' Kulesto-teamedup'withfullback "atipress'Halloween r
cards to> the 3aWI aVfo ol;
concerning the Haw Creek Watershed
Tom Polk to drive downto Amerf j :
the Bicycle Institute a. Commissioners
the one-yard stripe from In order to obtain this !jnem-- HONORS FOOTBALL plans.
agreed they did not know the
where he scored a line I'
bershlp card the bicycle rjtffcrj .TEArVUWITH DINNER boundaries under considerationas
plunge. to affirm the following
were required : .
the matter was under the direction
The third Bunnell core came Next ThursdayAt pledge: "I pledge to observe I Supt. o MPUbllC"Instru tionI of the Board of County
minutes later when Quarteback "
,all the rules of safe riding I I Dean I1olland* ,was host at a .Commissioners.
Moody gathered In a punt and Civic Center. listed on (the reverse side, and j steak dinner: Thursday evening A meeting will be held in the
60 for TD. .
good operating Dixiana His
to keep my at the Restaurant County Commissioners room in
. Placement attempts failed af Veterans of Foreign Wars Post condlffon." !
The pledge the unbeaten Bun
guests were in
the courthouse at 9 o'clock
the three touchdowns and 5213 and its ladles auxiliary are
er the I
and membership card football team.
nell Bulldogs the morning on November 7, at
quarter ended with the Bulldogs sponsoring a Halloween carnival I "
their "Bicycle Driver's( License. Present were 22 members of which time the plans may be
31 at the
180. August ,
A very colorful decal accompan the team and coaches Bo Man revealed.Dr. .
The D & B gridders rallied to civic center. led the card and was to be".uel, Cliff McGrif, and..Jack lIar. Canakaris also discussed
outplay their favored opponents A parade will begin at 4:30P. : of
I placed on the back bicycle din. some drainage problems at the
during a scoreless second period. M. at Malphurs' Restaurantand
fenders. Team members on the rosterare
corner of the Bunnell apartmentson
Twice the Dragons pounced on travel south on Highway 1 safe I
: Bacher and Howe Streets
Bunnell fumbles and with Steve to the signal light, then on I consisted of I
Robbie Tucker, Jim Brown Other business-the city clerk
Buck hitting Jim Leek with Moody Blvd. to the civic center. I
an orientation period for licensed I Martin Tucker, Walter Town was instructed to refund the
marched to Bunnell's 12- The King and Queen will receive I I
passes student drivers concerning safe i send, Billy ,Cauley, George Ja- money and cancel the license of
line before the drive bog. gifts and costume prizes
yard operation of their cars to and rosz, Ted Worthington Levi! George Grable until such 'time
down. will be given far the
ged I pretlest'l from school with particular Brannam, David Brown Tom as he presents plans for ,a pro.
End Jim Brown returned theDragon's : ugliest and most emphasis upon safety in the McDanlel! Tom Kahlert, I posed building on Highway 1.
second half kickoff 60 i tumes. I II area of and on the campus of Fred Harris, Mike Hornsby, They also reduced the tax
yards to set up a quick score. I There will be many booths at I the school.A Jack Wetherington, Kent Holland valuation of W. F. Lawton's
With the pigskin on the 15, the carnival which will Include film entitled: "The I
safety Jack Knight Bebe Moody, rental property on north Cherry
Tucker passed to end Robert chicken pilau cakewalk, train I Other Guy" was shown. This i Mickey Ramsey, Harry Kuleski, street. The building was not
Tucker for Bunnell's fourth TD. rides bean bag game candy I the experJences ofa
film depicted I Elbert Tucker Tom Polk Bob completed on January 1, was his
The try for extra point was no table fish pond coffe and pie: teenage driver who was In; Abbott, and Howard Bowers. reason for the reduction. Valuation
peanuts country store, fatal autmoblle accident
good. volved In a '" was reduced from $4,500 to
The final Bunnell touchdowncame pond hotdogs and cold drinks The ensuing coroner's 32,200 for this
before the third period and many others. inquest and court trial was I commission also U askingthe
ended with Elbert Tucker sweep Proceeds from the booths will dramatized. This film won the three local Insurance
ing end for the six points. Pope! go 75 per cent of the ,gross to annual award of the National I FAMILY REUNIONSET here to offer bids for the Insurance
hit tackle for the extra point the sponsoring clubs and 25 percent Safety Council as the best safety for the
making it 31 to 0. The Bulldogs I of the gross to the VFW film of 1961. FOR NOVEMBER 3
picked up a safety in the fourth' post and auxiliary. The program concluded witha Plans are underway for the
period when a high pass from talk by Gabe Neely of the ninth Annual Reunion of the ATTENDANCE PINS
center sailed into the D & B end Florida Highway Patrol. Mr. Moody Family. The date Is set
zone and Steve Buck was tackled RESERVE SPECIAL 'Neely cited many causes of automobile for Sunday, November 3, at the PRESENTED LIONS
before he could get back across accidents and urged Bunnell Civic Center. CLUB MEMBERSOne
AUTO TAGS NOWTax
the double stripe. students to use discretion and All family connections are invited
The Dragons put on a fine de Collector Dale B. Brown caution while behind the wheel. :I to attend. Anyone knowIng hundred per cent attend.
fenslve.show In the closing min. Jr., said today that all those I An Intensive question and an- I of descendants of the family I ance pins were presented at the
utes. They stopped a Bunnell motor vehicle owners wishing to sver period followed Mr. Neely's who do not know of the reunion. luncheon meeting of the Lions
drive on the yard line and then ; have their same tag number for I talk I It are urged to invite them to at Gub Tuesday noon.
reeled out four straight first I 1964 must notify him by Decem The need for a safety program I tend.A: Those receiving the pins were:
downs only to fumble away the ber 15. He said there will also t covering all phases of the school basket dinner will be served L.! L. Brannam, L. H. Church.
pigskin on Bunnell's 22. I be a reservation fee of one dol. program has been recognized by at the center at noon. Jack Clegg. L. H. Drady Fred
school officials in recent years.It t Fruits, J. J. Kelly, Jr., George M.
lar.Mr.. Brown said the 19G4 tags is the intention of the ad. I Two million acres of Florida Moody Leonard Moody and A.W. .
Florida's four seedling nurseries will go on sale January 1, 1964. ministration that all personnel forest' land have been planted Tucker.
connected with the school will Plans for the annual broom
operated by the Florida since reforestation began 35
sale made for the near fu
Forest Service will release at From 2,000 to 3,000 specimens maintain an attitude of safety years ago.necessary was
of marine consciousness in order that Flag ture.; The date will be announced
cost 80,000,000 seedlings for of about 125 species
planting during the fall and creatures are exhibited alive at ler County boys and girls may I hazards u. they at. upon the arrival of the
winter months. Marineland of Florida. be as free as possible from un tend school day by day brooms.
FLORIDA Thursday, October 24, 1963
PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL .
THE NOOK on the North Sea. 1 i j' (Advertisement) I size. The boyS department also
Bu.ute1I ltbjlt.BcI BOOK I' On Easter of 1908, the doctor I FASHION NEWS received the same treatment.
and ask about
Stttp IB LAND
oL ivy ADRIFT ON AN ICE-PAN was on his way to aid an injured I
By Dr. Wilfred Grenfell seaman about 65 miles I AND REVIEWSExcitement j jI I 'N QuikShop"
I II Plan. Bring
Freshman Clou News Adrift on an Ice-Part is a true from where he was by dog your shop.
The freshman class met in story about Dr. Wilfred T. Gren I sledge. In order to save time was the keyword 1 1I i I ping list in and let one of oursta'ff
'room 1 at 12:30: p. m. on October fell, who lived and worked with the doctor took a route over a i I I this week at LAND 'N SEA I I go over it with you. Everything
18th to discuss their Halloween the fishermen in Labarador and I frozen bay when a sudden high with the arrival of holiday ,I I that is currently available
float scheme. MrsEmma Mur I wind broke up the ice and the dresses, the complete line of will be placed on layaway with
ray, freshman sponsor, was in Class 10B presided. I doctor became stranded on an Vanity Fair Lingerie and mens only 10 percent down and as
charge of the meeting. They Kay Weaver, lOB secretary, led ice floe. sport coats plus many other new new things arrive they will be
chose a committee to make the the discussion on the dues, which The doctor then tells of his items in practically every de. added to your layaway with no
final decision on the float I additional deposit. So shop the
included both previous and pres. adventures until he was rescued partment.For .
theme. On the committee are: I ent dues. The class decided by five fishermen in a the first time ever In new "Quik Shop" way . so
Vicky King, Linda Skolar, Alan I against having a booth at the i I small boat. can buy i easy, so convenient so complete.
Jones, Rick Anderson, John I There Is still some Perma-Lift
Halloween Carnival but
they interesting : stoles shrugs, mink i
It was really an mink, either ,
Johnston, and Becky Robertson. I are going to enter a float in the i story and would be good for trimmed sweaters or collars. The and Shadowllne slips and bras
Vicky King, Reporter. Homecoming parade. I left at half price. Also featuredat
everyone to read. finest quality available any. ,
Spanish Club NewI' Brenda Murray, Reporter I LAND 'N SEA is the Bargain
Library Assistant, where in the nation and at
The Spanish Club met at 12:30p. : I Bunnell FFA ;Present at Tommy Kahlert. prices competitive with any surrounding Basket with prices reduced up
75 cent off the original
m. in room 10 on Octoberl8thto I Doyle Conner Celebration Day cities. Remember at to per
discuss plans for the Hallo The Bunnell chapter of the I LAND 'N SEA there Is a price price.
ween parade. Mrs. Bessie Estes, Future Farmers of America had JANE EYRE for every purse. Now you can (Advertisement)
club sponsor, was present, and the address By Charlotte Bronte
pleasure attending an I buy a shift for $2.99 or a mink
Mike Church presided. The club honoring Mr. Doyle Con. j I Jane Eyre Is the story of a stole for $1,000.00. Come In and TROOPER ,
plans ,to enter a car In the parade ner, State Agricultural Commissioner I| young girl. Orphaned at a see for yourself.The RENEW YOUR
----,. but--- final- plans are still at the civic center last I young age, Jane has been living DRIVER'S LICENSE .t.
incomplete.It I week. The event was sponsoredby with an aunt. Jane is often, Innocently men's department receiveda DURING YOUR "
"Is 'interesting to note that the Flagler Farm Bureau. punished for /thingsshe face lifting over the weekendand I BIRTH MONJHtSWJVWVIArW'AVVYNWUW
is twice the original
at each meeting the members Among the persons' paying has not done. The story tells now u_ __ __ _-__ -_-_
.. . . . . .
of her life with her aunt until .
answer roll call by reciting a tribute to Mr. Conner was the
proverb in Spanish which they local FFA president, Mickey she becomes governess Mr.Rohester. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
learn, one a week, in their Span Ramsey, who told about Commissioner ) .
irk classes. There are two stand Conner's first years as For an exciting book about
ing committees, program com an FFA member up to the time I the mysteries that confront Jane AMBULANCE
mittee, of which vice.president when he was elected national while she is governess for Mr. PHONE VAlley 4 1625gT
Thomas McDaniel is chairman, president of the organization.From Rochester, her marriage to him, SERVICE
and the activity committee, ol his first visit to the So. and her Inheritance of a fortune ; ,AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
which Nancy Wilson is chair. viet Union, Mr. Conner gave his read this exciting book. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
The club looks forward to views the . Library Assistant,
man. on / existing agricultural and
are always at your promptness safety
an Interesting and exciting year conditions there. Later he ex. Mary Matthews I
ahead. plained the Importance of having
.. .. . .
. . .
Arnold Morse, Reporter. a clear understanding of how "' : V. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Senior Class News agriculture functions today, for O. ALFORDRegistered -
The senior class members the non-farmer as well as the ti Garcia Funeral Home
measured for ,their caps and farmer. The local FFA boys I. .MI
gowns on Thursday, October found the occasion to be both Real Estate } P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
17th. Before he could be enjoyable and informative.Bob Bunnell. Florida U LADY ASSISTANT -
ured, each student was meas'l Kent, Reporter. '...................................... '........N.I'N ...".I'........................".. '.....................,...."- '.-,,.".... '......"........J'..........
to pay the $5.00 rental --- --
his cap and gown. The measure. ..
ments included the head meas-
urment (for the cap) and the
height and weight of each sen. Now.
The seniors held a pie sale in '
the lobby of the gymnasium at new name new size, new style, new spirit,
10:30: a. m. on Friday, October18th
to sell the pies which were
left over from the Bar-B-Que. new car !
The pie was sold at 10 cents a
slice, and seniors report that
they sold it all and had requestsfor
Another eventful day was
Wednesday, October 16th, when
report cards were distributed.For .
the seniors In particular,
this was the day which revealedthe '
,story of the first six-weeks' _
work-one down, five to go! j __ _
Nancy Wilson, Reporter.7A _
Class News _
The report cards which the III GM 4i' 4i !7E
seventh graders received after E ___
their first six-weeks' work had a
few grades which they say they
didn't want to see. But you In.
sist, "We worked hard for whatwe
got, though." The seventh
grade boys who are, playing on
the junior varsity team are:
Mike Robertson, Bill Harris,
James Robertson, John Cody, and
Carol Townsend, Reporter
Junior Cheerleader News
This year's Junior cheerlead
ers, were chosen 'from a large
group of. seventh and eighth
grade girls, are: Linda Knight,
Ginger Newell, Linda McNab,
Elaine Tidwell and Nancy lIar.
gett. These girls are reported
working hard and doing a really pyN.
good Job of their cheers. At the
pep rally In the High schoolon
CIt.& Malibu S1 Coupe(
October 18th, the Junior Jar'frond) with AfaJila Super Spa COII.-w.
Only this could come between Chevrolet and Chevy II. the way i
cheerleaders were given the op. The Chevelle is a highly polished car on a trim 115Body by up'to Fisher craftsm'aihin graceful styling and
portunity to demonstrate their inch wheelbase. Remarkably agile and easy to handle and make its modest price all
skills by doing a cheer. park. But it's roomy inside, with many of the comforts elevenmodelT-waeoM'Mdans comes In three' series and
Carol Townsend, Reporter you'd expect in a bigger car. Want to check sport coupes convertibles.
Sophomore Class News Its ride comes from the people who developed jPrTTPPPIir"-BT invitation a real further? ConsidEr this your
Both sections of the the Jet-smooth kind. Its four engines-V8 or 6 ESSBSSff' hood-raising,door-slamminr i >
sophomoreclass -carry that irrepressible Chevrolet spirit all "IHH1ChevrolS"eSert Hurnine time of it at yow
met in room 6 at 12:30p. I+osiio.of W u..,..,.
m. on October 16th to discuss See fire entirely different lines of cars at Chevrolet Showroom-CHEVROLET
their class dues, their Halloween ..........!......-.....-.!........!---------...Joar-.-.-...-----------..-.., CHEVEllE,.CHEVY--n, CORVAIR & CORVETTE
Carnival booth and their Home
coming float. The sophomore
spOnsors, Mrs. Jeanne Cannon HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
and Mr. Byron Hlnson were in
charge of the meeting, and'
Zackery Holland, president of TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA
Thursday, October 24, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREEQa4de
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tit 471 1 1By I proach. Some taller growing annuals -
usyt for the back areas of the SAVE QUANTITY RIGHTS
garden are delphinium, lark TWyS
( H rry Sharp) SHELTON'S RESERVED
spur, cleome and hollyhock.In TOP VALUE
Marriage Is like the mortgageon
and toward STAMPS
the center rows
home It is lifetime *
the front you may consider the AND
proposition. medium height plants. Petunias, LOICES GROCERY
If prior commitments prevent calendulas, ageratum dldicus,
marriage, you can at least fall gypsophllla, linaria and carnations STORE HOURS
In love with gardening, because are examples. For low "Your
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growing flowers won't make youa edging you might use allyssum,
bigamist. I verbena, phlox or some of the SiOOam-StOOpm 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET OCT. 24, 25, 26, 1963
Also, license to garden won't dwarf nasturtiums.
require a blood test, but once I With up to 100 annuals to LYRE'S SUGAR CREEKPICNICS .
you get gardening In: your blood I choose from, it shouldn't be a
you will never become divorced' problem to fill the garden with <
from the hobby.Regardless many kinds of colorful plants. lb. 29LFIavor
of your amorous After sowing the seed of your
situation, if you're going to havea choice In flats, and while you
topnotch flower garden this are waiting for them to reach
fall and winter, now's the timeto transplanting size, prepare the
plan the planting layout.For flower beds.
best posing of color, lo First turn the soil with a I Aged Steak Sale]
cate the annual flowers so they spade or other tools. Remove all
bloom in front of a backdrop of weeds, sticks, stones and other
green foliage. This techniquewill debris and then rake the area
make the colors show up into a loose mixture for good Lb. .
vividly. aeration and drainage.If ROUND STEAK 88* CHUCK STEAK 58c
Also in selecting the plot, remember available, 1t will pay to
that for best color de. work into the top six Inches of .
velopment most annuals must the soil some grass clippings, ">. SIRLOIN STEAK 98c
have a full flve-hour sunbathper compost or other organic ma. 68c
day. terials. While doing this, you Ocean
Next comes the vexing prob. might also add 5 pounds of su
lem of what to plant Choosing perphosphate per 100 square feet "". For $
plants by heights is one ap- of bed area.Transplanting. FAMILY STEAK 68e MULLET 6 :(00WORLD'S
from the flat to
the flower bed is a test of your
CLASSIFIEDADS green thumb.To Lb. For $ O9HERSHEY'S
make the honor roll, picka BEST GROUND BEEF 3 :(
nice cool, cloudy evening, aft
er a rain if possible. Use care
in the seedlings. Break
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FOR SALE-1 set of Revere light or the air for a long period;
Drums, includes snare and don't set plants too deeply, and .
stand, bass, (tom-tom, cymbal, give them partial shade until
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Call ID 73647. from the transplanting shock.
Oct. 24ltpWANTED To Insure best possible growth, Pillsbury Lb. <
keep the soil moist. When two FLOUR 38
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Call ID 73669. 10-24-tf 66.6 (N-P-K) fertilizer per
1 ---- 100 feet of bed In
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N. Flagler Ave., Flagler Beach. prior Coffee 4S
Phone 439-2382. 10-24.1tp Activities Tin
This is a busy month for gar or Folger's
1962 FORD STATION WAGON deners.
4 door, radio, heater, standard Now Is the time to make hardwood i Limit 1 Each of Above Three With $5.00 or More Food Order
transmission, new tires. Checked cuttings of such popular'
and serviced by competent me shrubs as abelia, flowering
chanic after repossession. On quince, poinsettia, hibiscus,
display at Bank parking lot turk's-cap, crep-myrtle, privets,
Cash or terms. Sorry, no trades. pomegranate and yellowelder.A - Dairy Dept.Golden .
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL. few of the many other ac
Oct. 24-tfc .tivities Include planting Italian
rye, Kentucky blue or red top Ballard or PilUburyBISCUITS
FOR SALE-PIano, $75.00, :Movie '
grass in lawns for greener color, Lb.
camera, $23.00. Buttonhole attachment IOe E.ch
planting cool weather vegetables, ge
and digging and storing caladium :
10.17.2tp I bulbs. Tokay RedGRAPES
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Spraying azaleas with iron sul- Lbs. I
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roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf spring flowering hedges, mulch- Fancy CHEESE Z 29e
Ing fig trees and preparing all SWEET .
HELP WANTED-Couple to run I I your shrubs for the cool months POTATOES 9C
restaurant, living quarters In. I ahead are other chores that will
eluded. Must have experience. [keep you busy. *
Will pay great percent of grossto
right party. Animal Land, '
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler'i L CommunityMemorial
Shurfine 303 Can I
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WATER FRONT, FARMS, FLAGLER BEACH Green Giant 10 Oz. Holsum Big 2 Lb. Jar
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See us for your real estate needs I Church Service 11:00 A.M. CORN Ins.Buur 29C APPLE JELLY 3 $1
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Residence Phones ID 7.3691 R. W. DICKERT, Pit.rBVERYOXB Green
or ID 7.3517 I I II 1 1 I WKLCOMF. PEAS Ins.; er Each 29C GRAPE JELLY 2 For shoo:
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Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. With Purchase of With Purchase of 'With Purchase of
Qt. Size Armstrong Ever-Fresh Twin Pack $5.00 or More Food
MASSEY.FERGUSON One-Step Floor Wax Potato Chips Order
Grove Farm Industrial. Equipment ,".'.1 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
VIRGIL"DECKER Phone JEU7:3242 Saturday, Oct 26, 1963 Saturday, Oct. 26, 1963 Saturday, Oct. 26, 1963
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FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday October 24, 1963
I l a aler &ach; ,,1 i iHAINESHAWKINS i "WELCOME BACK LARRY"OOD
I, FLAGLER STORE
HONORED WITH A _
I BIRTHDAY PARTY I _
Miss Beverly Jean Haines became < I
\ Russell Yelvington was honored -
the bride of Mr. Tommy :
Thursday evening with a
Lee Hawkins afternoon,!
i birthday party at his home.
October 21, 1963, at the home of
I Hostesses for the cook-out were i
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. .
Mrs. Yelvington and his sister,
O. C. Minion, 703 S. Ninth St.,
Ft. Pierce, Florida. Rev. W. C.1 I Mrs. Beatrice Lyons. Following PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
dinner, birthday cake with home
Fredericks, Baptist Minister of made ice cream was served to October 24, 25, 26, 1963 RESERVED
Ft. Pierce, performed the double the guests.
ring ceremony.The bride is. the daughter of Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Florida Grade "A" D and D Whole Copeland's Tender Smoked
Vernon Haines and Janet;
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines, 480 and Mrs. Julian Mr.//
Lambert Ave., Flagler Beach. Mr. Jimmy; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dod J ih :
Hawkins is the son of M?. and imead, Charlotte and Eddie FryersLIMIT Lb.29 Picnics 39'
Mrs. D. N. Hawkins of Decatur, Mrs. S. R. Clifton, Joe Clifton, I'
Alabama. Mrs. Marie Autry, Mrs. Russell j
Given in marriage by her Bass, Faye Bass, Mrs. Nadine :; THREE PLEASE .
uncle, Mr. O. C. Minton, the Cox and Sherry. / Western Corn Fed Center Cut
bride wore a royal blue suit Fresh Boston Butt Pork
with white accessories. Her off- I UNICEF DRIVEs Lb.
the-face veil of oriental lace wa TUESDAY NIGHT j Lb. < I Pork Chops 69
(topped with a spray of lily of: ROAST 49
Tuesday night, October 29,1
the valley owerlJ. She carrieda some 30 boys and girls in Flag /
white Bible with I
ler Beach will engage in. the Palm RiverU.
white orchid and white satin UNICEF drive. Under the auspices j S. Choice Grade Sirloin SLICED
streamers. of the Methodist Church !
The bride's mother was attiredIn School: of Flagler Beach groups!I. Lb.
a black dress with matching.. will go from door to door under STEAK 98
accessories. The bridegroom'saunt I''adult supervision. UNICEF is! II
Mrs. R. B; Hobbs, wore a the United Nations Children's
white wool suit. Each wore a I I Fund. I
lavendar orchid corsage. j I I. Later in the evening, the i HOUSE QUALITY SHORTENING
Following the ,ceremony, Mr. "treats" of coins will be countedat
and Mrs. Minton entertainedwith the Halloween party held at
reception at their homeifor | the church annex, Mrs. Leonard
the wedding party. Johnson, church school secretary, COFFEE Bake Rile
The beautifully appointedbride's j j.'said.
table was centered with [
a tiered wedding cake topped ,\ Mr. and Mrs. Billy Babbitt
with a miniature bride and j i j I
groom. J Billy, Jr., left Wednesday for 49 49
Guests included: Rev. W. C. .I I J South Bend, Indiana where Mr. Can '
Fredricks, Mrs. Richard Minton I1 I Babbitt will be employed. Can
and son Ricky; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Limit 1 With '
$5.00 More Food
win Mlnton; Mrs. Bell Smith I HALLOWEEN PARADE 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Livingston; AND CARNIVALThe
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hobbs; Mr.\ Flagler Beach P.-T. A. Car 2Vj Shurfine
'nival will begin with 300 Sweet Treet-
Jim Hawkins, uncle of the| FRUIT
groom, and the hosts, all from!I'I 'a parade at 4 P. M. at the pier, CRUSHED
Ft. Pierce, and Mrs. V. W. Haines I I''continuing to the school house.
of Flagler Beach. Costume prizes will be awarded Cocktail
Following a short honeymoon I at 5 P. M. Prizes will be given ForlOO Pineapple $100
spent In. the central part ofI pre-school to third grade,
I third grade through the sixth
Florida, Mr. Hawkins will return
to Ft. Pierce where he is em I grade. Both age groups, boy Delmonte Garden DelMonte Garden C. S.
Hawkins and girl, will be given prizes
ployed. Mrs. will re
turn to Ft. Rucker, Alabama, to for the spookiest, and most 303 $ 00 303
I PEAS 5 00
await an early discharge from Cans CORN 6 $1
the U. S. Army, before return Door prizes will also be given Cans
ing to Ft. Pierce where they will 11, at the end of the carnival.
reside. I Concession booths will include Lyke
BRIDE HONOREDAT fish pond, game room, cake Bremner'
LUNCHEON walk, Halloween Tree, hot Dogs,
Preceding the wedding ceremony Cokes, Sweet Shop, Jewelry, Chi. ChiliSL4S1N: Saltines Lb. <
the bride, her mother, li and crackes, and others. Box 23
and the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs.
Hobbs, were luncheon guests of METHODIST CHURCH Kraft's Tasty Loaf Cheese
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Minton' an
Mrs. Richard Minton at the tet I M. and morning worship at 11 Lb.
ter's home, 1001 S. 11th Street. o'clock. Layman's Day will be Spread 2 69 r
with The a bride linen was shower also on honored Sunday!I observed will be this special Sunday music and by there the Loaf I TUNA 3 1ae 89
afternoon. The affair was givenat church school and by the men.
the home of Mrs. R. B. Hobbs.BAPTIST .
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stryker, FROZEN FOODS FRESH
Jr., left PRODUCE
CHURCH today to spend a few
Sunday school time Is 9:45 days in Gainesville. They plan Birdseye Chopped or Leaf
to attend the Apple
and homecoming football
morning worship at 11 o'
clock with Rev Atlee Steven, many game other on Saturday activities and the SPINACH 2 '?kO:: 39* CIDER Gallon.................. 69c
pastor. Training Union Is at 6:15 during
somecoming week. Gallon........... ..... 99c
and evening worship at 7:30. ;
I Green Giant-In Butter Sauce
COMMUNITY CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel's: Fresh .
Sunday school time Is 9:45: weekend guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Husemeler from CORN <9 10( Oz. POLE
A.M. with classes for all ages. Tampa. i
GREEN BEANS 3 89e
Morning worship is at 11 o'clock Pkgs.
with Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor.Mr. Mrs. Jenny Russin from BEANS 2"*
Mich., arrived last 29*-
and Mrs. Frank Brede returned spend the winter NOvi'1 Four Fisherman
Monday after visiting Flagler Beach. OCEAN New
her here was her grandson, Richard I Red
over the weekend with Mrs. C I
J. Formato In Jacksonville.Mr. Fisher, who will fly back 1 PERCH 16 Oz'
to Chicago next Thursday. I 2 Pkgs. 89* POTATOES 5 B" Zge
and Mrs. Jack Traver of i I WWWMYJJWVWJWJWW. ...... ."' ......... . .;
.rf .... . ... ..... ... .. .
Watertown, Conn., visited briefly GEORGE WICKLINE I r w. . ... .... ....................'\J
recently with Mr. and Mrs. GOES TO NEW YORK 50 8& 50SO 50 50 EXTRA
Frank Brede while en route to I 50
southern Florida. Mr. Traver Is Mayor George Wickline of S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN FREE
a former resident of Flagler Flagler Beach leaves today for 1 ? S & H GREEN STAMPSPurchase
With this and With
coupon your this 5
Beach. New York City to sign the bonds I'' coupon and your With this
of $1.00 More Purchase and
or of One 2 5 coupon your
for the Lb.
I Flagler Beach water sys Purchase
Halloween Candy 5 Loaf Velveeta Cheese of $10.00 or
Miss Heidi Brandt arrived last tem. More Food"6rderCoupon
1 Sunday from Chicago, 111. I to The bonds will be signed at Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
i spend ten days vacationing with the Hanover Bank & Trust Co., Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1963; Wednesday, Oct. 30,1963 Expires
the Vogels. I The bond issue is for $650,000. Saturday, Oct. 26, 1963I'AGE
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when formation of s 'ch a club 7.B-Hetn I Bourne, Linda Brandt, Isabel
was proposed, to 33 men and I Charles Clegg, Suellen Duncan, Greene, Catherine Hinson Stan
women who enjoyed good food, Nancy Hargett Cynthia Harper, ford Robinson, Lewis Smigiebki..
fun and fellowship together at George Koczwanskl, Jimmy Mc. 10th grore-Hinson
their third regular meeting on I Nab, Buddy Moore Terry Rawlins Befits Collins, Brenda Tucker.
LOCALS October 15. Carla Tucker Colleen llth grad -Manuel
It is hoped that as many as '| Tucker. Gloria Johnston, Busy Me-
50 will be on hand for the next 8-A-McGrif! Knight.
covered dish supper October 29. Linda Bell, Sue BroadawayBen I
WELLS ARE HONOREDON : ROYAL NEIGHBORS
Further information may be Cannon, Tom Duncan, Rusty
48th ANNIVERSARY TO MEET WITH
secured by calling Mrs. Ruth Improta, Tony Parker, Wesley ST. BERNARD DOGS
Henry and Luke Wells were MRS. MUZYRA St. Bernard dogs bear the
Brandt, vice chairman, at phone Thomas.
guests of honor at a surprise The Royal Neighbors will meet 439-2139. name of St. Bernard de Menthon,
party at their home, East with Mrs. Jessie Muzyka Mon. 8.B-Brown who in the 11th century found.
Moody Blvd., Bunnell, last weekon day evening at 7:30.: This is a I Vickie Mlssinne, Patricia Rob ed a hospice that has sheltered
the occasion of their 48th business and social meeting, and ble. thousands of travelers caughtIn
wedding anniversary. The eve. all members are urged to at BUNNELL HIGH 9-A-Murray Alpine snows.
ning event was planned by tend. SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Walton Cowart, Vicky King,
their close neighbors, Lillard I Arthur McDaniel, Julie Kay ANTARTICA RECOGNIZED
and Bea White, and was attend. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy 4th Grade-Townsend I I Wilkins. It was an Amerlcan..naval ex
ed by some 50 friends, young Yelvington Sunday evening were Lila Allen, Karen Clegg Mary 9-B-Hardln plorer, Lt. Charles Wilkes who
and old, who stopped in to pay Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yelvington Cook, Nancy Creal, Donna Frazier :i': Arthur Ford. I in 1840 first recognized d that Ant.
tribute to one of Bunnell's best I)|I of Miami. Deborah Johnston, Lady I II ii i 10ACannonMarjie arnica probably was a great
loved couples. Cake and punch. I Rodgers, Denise Tucker. I Lee Blakely, Betty Lynn I continent.
was served and there was group I
FLAGLER ADULT 5-A-Inex Manuel
singing to make the get-together
Minnie Deen, Elayne Tucker.
CITIZENS TO MEETThe
a gay and colorful affair. 5-B-Morris
recently organized Flagler John Geller Catherine
adult citizens social will Sausage Supper
group Lyna Knight, Betty Stefllk, Mark ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner hold its next meeting Tuesday Strickland, Jamesine WImberly.
have returned to their home in evening, October 29, at the Flag. 6th GradeTonkinLinda SPONSORED BY
Baxley, Ga., after a visit herewith ler Beach recreation center. This Church, Rebecca Dur- ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells II will be a pot luck supper, start. i 1 1 I ranee Jean Higginbotham, Cynthia THE KORONA CLUB A .'
and other relatives.Mr. Ing at 6 P. M., followed by Hinson, Lesa Knight, Beth .
square dancing, card games and Matherly, Glenn Nelson, Paul I "
I other entertainment. All senior Porter, Ty Whitaker.
Oct. 26 1963 6:30
and Mrs. Bob Cook and I citizens are invited to attend 7-A-Craig -
children, John, Janet and Mary, and are asked to bring utensils Robert Creal, Charles) Herr,
were visitors in Miami duringthe and beverage of their choice along David Johnston, Harold King,
past weekend.Mr. with readyto-eat food. Dianna Lucas, James Robertson, WHITE EAGLE Donation $1.50 Each
The group has grown from a George Robbie, Brenda Town.
mere handful who turned out send, Carol Townsend.
and Mrs. Phil Johnsonand
Mrs. Lillian Johnson have
recently returned from a visit
in Brownfleld, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Baker of I
Ft Lauderdale were weekend
guests of their son in law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Stefllk. Mrs. Baker remained fora
visit with them this week.
Mrs. Louis Steflik was hostessto '
the Finesse Bridge Club on
Tuesday evening at her home jtt::
on'*Moody Boulevard.J. .
B. High, Jr., arrived this
week for a short visit with his I
mother. He will also attend the yr
reunion of the Bunnell High
Class of 1938 Friday. "'"
Visiting here Sunday afternoon a a
with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller' tfd.@' "v. 'M ,Mg A t J u
were Mr. and Mrs. George Up- '
church and Dr. and Mrs. Ed :,2." I ,;;::. ,.. : ."
Thompson, Sr., of Daytona Beach. wJ ' :.%0.. ,:::.t..t' 0;; -<,. ., S'i.u.: -
4 GiI< ;:, \"
Mrs. Andy Yelvington was in
Gainesville Monday visiting ,
with her aunt, .Mrs. Robert Carr
who is a patient in .the J. Hillis a a
Miller Medical Center. Mrs. Carris ,
a former resident of Bunnell 1.
and is the wife of a former pas.
tor of the loca 1 Methodist
Church, Rev. Robert Carr. Theyare
now residents of Zellwood.
30 f1 r41 1'
9p,0 1 Sr
Visiting here Sunday with S
friends and attending servicesat
the First Methodist Church : S
were Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Palmquist of Chicago, Ill. Mr. ORA r
Palmquist is a former residentof At
Flagler County and is the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Palmkquist who were long time I
residents here. !
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter ",
were business visitors in St
Petersburg Thursday and Fridayof
MILES REED ATKINSON
a Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson
j announce the arrival of a son, Guaranteed Protection
I born October 17, at the Halifax '
. Hospital In Daytona Beach. He
I weighed seven pounds and has is the surest protection against frceze-upg. Your Standard dealer checks, drains, I I
been given the name of Miles
I Reed. flushes your cooling system, replaces worn parts. Only then does he add Atlas i '
Pcnaa-Guard: and attach Standard Oil's guarantee against anti-frecze loss 'til
Mr. and :Mrs. William Deen Dud April. Guaranteed Radiator Protection is another of the waysAi -
and Mrs. Rosely Cameron were .!
visitors in Sylvester, Galast take better of carl
weekend. Mr. Deen was also a ,;_
business visitor In Tifton: : Ca. on IIP"- '
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
Thursday, October 24, 1963
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"f I Discovery Of men's: paradises for bass bream agriculture some geologists are 1 RESOLUTION
and perch. No one is sure how worried. They fear that known i WHEREAS. It Is necessary and
Alchemists Vital the original "fish got in. phosphorus reserves will not last: I Imporatlv that to that b* raised additional by General revenueto
Substantial deposits of phosphate than thousand Levy, be obtained for the operation
more a years. and maintenance of the pub-
Modern rock also lie in the west- I lie free school In Special Tax
To Farm School District No. 1 In Flagler
su 1 1S tern United States, North Africa, I The hairy blenny, a small fish County, Florida, as created under
Pioneers heading West in covered I the Soviet Union, China, Peru, exhibited at Marlneland of Flor I State and by of virtue Florida of, the and law this of Board the
ion wagons cursed the white' Australia, and some South Pa. ida, has hairlike growths which estimated that oluthnbM: two
10 mill real
A dust. But geologists, who later rifle islands.In form "eyebrows" over Its eyes. I and years personal a; property, tettPhone.telegraph ,
probed the Rocky Mountains for the fact of !the world's burg and railroads, In said
district in necessary for the exclusive -
RCT. ROBERT D. HARPER mineral wealth, hailed It as eoning population and the Increased REQUEST FOR IIIDM I' purpose of operating andmaintaining
Sealed bids will bn received In schools
the public free
SffTtMtlt pulverized phosphate rock, na use of phosphorus in the ottlce of the City Clerk of the In said district.THEREFORE..
"In the Sweet gloom of this Sep- tural source of phosphorus. NOTICE OF POLLING PLACES City of Center Bunnell.Building Florida, on, or In befora theCivic BE IT RESOLVED
BY the Board of Public Instruction -
tember day Today, phosphorus is a versa- AND POLL HOLDKH9 12:00: o'clock noon on the 4thday of Flairl County Florida
I wander through he paths we tile chemical vital to farm and Notice In hereby given that the furnishing of November the following, A. D. material 1963, to that an election la hereby calledto
Board of Public Instruction for the
be held -the date herein fixed
two hare trod, factory, the National Geographic County of Flag-ler, State of Florida, I F.B 000 bagselof Typed.1.., cement.to-wit: for the purpose on here specified.BE .
And still along the dear familiar hereby designates the following
I RESOLVED BY
Is approximate IT FURTHER
Society says.Phosphorus poll holders for an election to be I The above quantity
wayGrow held on Tuesday the 12th day of: only and Is to be used for said Board that an election shall
the bine aster and the puts life Into soil. 'November A.. D. 1963, according to for tabulation of bids and the City be and Is hereby ordered to beheld
As one of the three principal provisions of Sections 2S0.38, FlorIda Commissioners reserve the right, if 1 In Special Tax School District
goldvnrod. Statutes, mi. In Special Tax they so desire to Increase or decrease No. 1, Flagler County, Florida, at
fertilizers, along with nitrogenand this quantity. Quote amount places in Bald District
were the words of a song heard In School District No.1. bulk and per barrel. hereinafter designated on the nth
the long ago, and they may remind potash. It encourages root Precinct No. 1 (Court House The City Commissioner reserve day of November, 1963, at which
us that September is some- development of plants, Increases lJutt..IIEvelyn) the right/ to reject any and albids election shall be submitted to the
M. Cook. Lavada P.
qualified electors qualified to vote
and to accept the bid thatIn
bow a time for memories of the resistance to disease, and hastens Woods. Mary E. Smith Inspectors, I I Its judgment will be for the In such election 1 residing sari
past and bright dreams of the fu and Geneva I* Rodgers Clerk. i best Interest of the City of Bun District, who have paid on
ture. It is a kind of halfway house crop maturity.It Precinct No. :2 (Recreation Hall- nell, Florida. real or personal property In said
also is an important element Flagler Bead) i WITNESS my hand and pfflclal District, as required by law the
between summer and autumn Esther B. Juengllng, Frank J. seal this 22nd day of October.. A. D following proposition, to-wit:
which comes on the 22nd day of In animal nutrition, affecting Williams Lavalla M. Kelly, Inspectors I 1963. Determination of the number of
the month with the fall equinox tooth and bone development. and rather! II. Keydt. Clerk.Preel..t /S/ Howell V. Peavy, Mayor mills of the District School Tax
City of Bunnell, FloridaATTEST
N. S (Community Hall In Special Tax School District No.
Beside Labor Day, which was no. Bread and Bullets -Hut* Creek) : 1 to be levied for each of the
tired last Sunday, the month includes Phosphorus in one form or Nazhla J.__Trad, Taudy R. Bow-j /S/ Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk next succeeding two years for the
Oct. 24-31-2tcIV exclusive of operating andmaintaining
den Mae truer, inspectors, and purpose
the Hebrew New Yeaf and another, goes into diverse Industrial Doris C. Tucker, Clerk the public free schoolsof
Yom Kippur, also a very sacred Precinct No. 3-A (Church Hall- THH CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH said District the estimated mill-
day to the Jewish people and products: detergents, Korooa) JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! 1.* age required for each of the next
Sophie C. Smlglelskl Antolentte AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY 1, two being 10 mills.
marked on the calendar by the Insecticides, soda pop, baking Slovak, Gladys Inspectors, FLOUIIIA, IN CHANCKItr. CASH BE years IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY
seven-branched candlestick. soda, drugs, cheese, vinegar, and Eleanor N. rBI 'n. Clerk NO. 4T6IRUTH I THIS BOARD that the following
'... SANDFORD ADAMS.
) .I..t No. 4
And it might be said that the bread and (Community Hall Plaintiff are _hereby as
paper, porce -lit. John Park) I polling places In said In
month of September teaches us lain. Naomi A. Pelllcer Alleen D. VI. which said election Is to be held:
the right view of death. It is the Harding Reese M. Burnsed. Inspectors FRANKADAMS., Defendant. PRECINCT No. 1 BunnellCourtHouse.
The nonmetallic element helps B. Ramsey, .
view of death that it is not the Clerk. NOTICE,
most tragic of human experiences soften water, preserve food, polish Precinct No. 4-A Hasonle Tern THE Frank STATE AdamsP. OF FLORIDA TO: PRECINCT No. 2 Flagler Beach-
but that it may be the most metal, refine sugar, and dye pie-: :rlIk.. Harding, Jennie R. O. Box 423. .PRECINCT Flagler Beach No.Recreation a. Haw Creek Hall.
blessed. With the approach of clothes. and Green Nina rtefIiv: ralier Inspectors, Moss/rock Washington. Community Building.
autumn. the leaves of the trees Phosphorus goes to war in rrerlnrt No. 5 (Community, Hall You are hereby notified that a Church Hall.PRECINCT .No. 3-A-Korona
put on the most beautiful hues Kspnnola) suit has been filed against you In
smoke screens tracer bullets fto. 4 St. Johns Park
have known in allotted ,. Susan Ann Hunter Betty B. Stef- the above entitled cause; and you
they the days Community Hall.
Ilk, l'atrrck are hereby required
and Joyce E.
Incendiary bombs. Inspectors, answer
ttllthr.o'gO PRECINCT No. 4-A Bunnell -
to them, and in bronze and and Lucille Cobb, Clerk. with the t,
crimson, yellow glorious, golden The powers of phosphorus are I'rerlnrt 'No. B-A (Johnson Real and to serve a copy thereof upon Masonic PRECINCT Temple.No.: S Espanola
they deck the branches, fill the air paradoxial. It is essential to i Estate Marlneland Building) AlA Highway, whose the plaintiff name and or plaintiff's address Is attorney: Community .1l'5' '
and cover the ground as they fall I life, yet in pure form Is poison I Letltla L. LeGreve, Blanche A. W. L. WADSWORTH PRECINCT-Johnson's NO. Fruit AlA Stand.Highway -
.and rest in the sepulchre of earth ous. A chief Ingredient of Andreas, and, M.Coley Emily D. Mitchell,Inspectors Clerk.- Bunnell.P. O. Box Florida 896
So, when our summons comesto matches, it also goes into flame- /S/ Raymon F. Tucker, Chairman not 1963.later than November. 19th, A. D. being The all foregoing the election election precincts precincts l In
Join that Innumerable caravan of Public In-
said Special Tax School District
proofing materials. Althoughsome struction. If you fail to do so, decree pro
of which the poet writes movingto ATTETS : confesso will be entered against No. 1 In Flagler County, Florida.
the mysterious halls of death forms are highly corrosive / Z. D. Holland you for the relief demanded in the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
others County Superintendent of bill of complaint. The nature of that this Board shall appoint the
may we approach our grave like are lubricatingoils Public Instruction. said suit being for divorce. persons who are to be Inspectorsand
one wlo wraps 'the drapery of and rustprooflng com Oct. 24-Itc WITNESS my hand and seal of clerks for each respective polling -
:his couch about him and lies down said Court this 15th day of October place at which said election
pounds.An IN held, and shall
THE CIRCUIT COURT: OF A. D. 1963. "a.IJonab publish
to, pleasant dreams alchemist in FLAULKR (COUNTY FLORIDA (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE as required by law.
Hamburg, IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4704 Clerk of said Circuit Court BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
Germany, first discovered phosphorus JOHN W. 8ICLEY By Julia R. Harvey there shall be prepared and
Plaintiff Deputy Clerk furnished to said of
by mistake In 1669. lien. Oct. 17-24-31 & Nov. inspectors
SIC 7--4tc election tar n ae at th
One slash pine cone, which nig Brand was heating distilled ELSIE A. LEY ---- - I the necessary ballot boxes and
Defendant. IN TUB CIRCUIT COUnT OF ballots as required by law; that
takes two years to mature, yields urine in the hope that the residue NOTICK TO UHFKNU KLAC1LKH (:COUNTY FLORIDA the form of ballot to be used Inlaid
THE STAT OF FLORIDA TO: IN CHANfKKY NO. 418. election shall be
about 200 seed. would turn out .to be the ELSIE A. 8ICLEV PAUI4 ELTON HENDRICKSON, as follows: substantially
Post OlHce! Box 88 r Plaintiff,
so-called philosopher's stone the SCHOOL
Sand Lake New York vs. SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT
/ catalyst sought to turn lead into You are hereby notified that a BERTHA, HENDRICKSON. NO. 1. ELECTION FOR FLAGLER
COUNT T, FLORIDA, HELD ONIIALI.OT
suit has been tiled Defendant.
1/1PETERSON TEXACO gold. Instead, ithe experiment the above entitled cause; and you you NOTICE TO UKKKNI NOVEMBER 12, 1963
produced a substance that glowed are hereby required to file your an THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: FOIl SCHOOL TAX
DISTRICT! No.1. MILLAUE LEVY: ,
ewer with the Clerk of this Court, BERTHA HENDRICi SON
ROAD SERVICE in the dark-pure phosphorus. and to a copy thereof upon 81 Sheridan Street INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate -
the I platlnlff's attorney Wilkes Barre, Pa. by marking an "X" in the
Light Mechanical ''Work Later, match companies in i I whose name and address ls: You are hereby notified that a space after line 1. whether you
learned I FRENCH C. DAVIS suit has been filed against you In favor the proposed millage levy
Europe to make
Phone 437.3441 Bunnell phosphorus 62.1 North Halifax Avenue the above entitled cause; and you which is necessary for the approved -
by burning bones from Daytona Beach Florida are hereby required answer school term. If you favora
not later than November 25th. A. D. with the ktoorlhrlo'go t. different mlllage levy, write the
slaughterhouses and treating 1963. and to serve a copy thereof upon levy you favor after line 2.
them with sulfuric acid. If you fall to do so, decree proconfeseo the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
will be entered against whose name and address la: millage levy required
HASTINGS MATTRESS Mysterious Fish Ponds you for the relief demanded In the H. T. COOK for regular term (10) mills.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Nowadays, phosphorus is ob laid bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of later Bunnell.than November Floridanot 19th. A D
710-12 Lemon St. tamed In enormous quantitiesby WITNESS my hand and seal of 1963. millAge levy I
laid Court this 22nd day of October If you fall to do so, decree pro i
Palatka Florida mining and processing phosphate A. D. 1963. confenso will be entered against BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY 1
I (Official Seal) E. A. SHYTHE: you for the relief demanded In the said Board that this Resolution of J
Phone EA 5.9166 rock,
Furniture Upholstering of marine fossils. By Julia R. Harvey said suit being for divorce. each election week shall for be four published once i
Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and seal consecutive
Repaired; & Refinished I Florida, the world's largest Oct. 24-31 & Nov. T-U-ftc said Court this 15th day of October of- weeks In the Flagler Tribune, a !
Mattresses & Box Springs A. D. 1963. newspaper of general circulation 1
Made I producer, supplies a third of the 'N TIIF' COUNTY "UUO"6 'OITUT (Official Seal) E. SMYTHE throughout the County of Flagler
Order. Also Renovated
10 world's need-30 million tons a IN AND FOR FLAOL"R OUN- Clerk of ."id Circuit Court I and published in said County that
Call Laura Morris 437.3233'i' T", 'I.OlunA, IN : By Julia R. Harvey a notice specifying the names of
year. CASES! NO not l'nODATt-.J Deputy the inspectors and clerks of elec
i' After 6:00 P. M. Apart from a multimillion dollar IN RE::_ Estate. of I IF. Oct. -IT-2t-31 & Nov. 7 4tc Clerk lion U.h..fi In nn.said.. District In I", shall be pub- I
UIN PATRICK deceased. 0.vu viii-o in vaiu newspaper at
PRICES REASONABLE. payroll, Florida's phosphorus NOTICE OF FILING PETITION IN: TIIR COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, least[ nlla\\IS) days before the
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. FOIl FINALIMUlAItGIl! 0..' IAN: FOIl TilE COUNTY OF holding of election.
Just as near as your industry has provided surprisingside AI '1INI' TIIATOH FLAHLKH. STATE OF FLORIDA, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN IN PR011ATFI. CASE! NO 591: said Board that the Chairman and
Phone or Post Office effects. The old
: IN RE: Estate of Secretary of this Board are instructed -
Drop Us A Card or Call quarries have filled with Notice I is hereby given that I CHARLES M. KING, deceased. to take all other or fur-
Free Pick-up & Delivery have filed my final returns as ad- NOTICH OK FILING PETITION ther steps as may be needful In
water and turned into fisher. B tlV.RjPJCr/0! the estate of BEN FOIL "NAI. iCIIAItGE accordance with law to carry this
i ;. PATRICK deceased; that I have OF ADMINISTRATOR! Resolution Into effect.
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-- filed my petition for final discharge TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: In open session by the
I and that J will apply to the Hon- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Board of Instruction of
i orable T. K. MCKNIGHT county that I have filed my final return Flag er County, Florida at Its
Judge of Flagler County Florida al administrator of the estate meeting on the 12th day of Sep.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. on November ll, 1963. for approval CHARLES M. KING deceased: that tember, A. D. 196S.
of. the lIam and for final discharge I have filed my petition for final 1tAY ION F. TUCKER,
administrator of the estate of discharge, and that I will apply Chairman of the Board of Public
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director BEN October F. PATRICK deceased to the Honorable T. K. McKnigh. Instruction Florida of Flagler County,
24th. 1963. County Judge of Flagler County
SHarlan H. Patrick Florida, on November ATTEST:
JOHN HARDIN. Associate 12. } ::3ft for Z. D. HOLLAND
Administrator of the estate approval of the same and 1
of BEN F. PATRICK de discharge as administrator of the Superintendent and ex-officIo
AIR OXYGEN ceased. estate of CHARLES M. KINO Secretary to the Board of
LADY Oct. 24-31 & Nov. 7-14- 4tc ceaaed. de- Public Instruction
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED JOHN D. HARDIN. Oct. lO-17.U-U-ttc
ATTENDANT Administrator of the
AMBULANCES Estate of IN TilE
CHARLES M. KING. deceased I COURT 8BV-
mbr 3Hl First publication: KNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV
.glrr flribunrUUNNELt AND
Oct. 10th. 1963. FOR FLAGLKii (rousrrv
Phone ID 7-3532 Oct. 10-17-24-31 tc 'LORlnA.NO. 41MIN IN CHANCERY. CASK
'201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA FLORIDA HAW Pt'IlLIC CRKKK liRA-RING WATER ONC"Rn MANAGE: G BRADY KB:: Adoption F. FORDHAM.of a minor,
MENT by WILLIAM EDMUND FEN-
-_ I MRS. M. R FULLER Editor Pursuant to authority DISTRICT granted to NELL, JR.
I era the of Board of County (Commission TO: JOHN F.NOTICE FORDHAM JR.
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe I Designated OfflrUI Publication Legislature Act of County.the U Florida 61 Florida, by Birmingham SUt 49th Avenue T Alabama North
a House Bill
write still give the same for Public Notices of Flagler v' 514' J create Water Management YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
fire insurance policies we I Districts That a Petition for the Adoption
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional County, Municipalities thereinaed Count, notice Is hereby within given Flagler thatrdheI'fou of BRADY the white F. male minor child,
coverage benefits -Home Owner's Policy-at very the Mate of Florida a the public ( shall be held by the above cane on the 3th filed day 1n
I ? Commissioners of October A. D. 1965,
In the Flagler WILLIAl11
little extra costRemember. EDbtUND :
house FENNELEJR. and
Entered as second class matter on November 7. 1965 atVoo are hereby Commanded you
A. )1.. for the purpose of to be and
H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you February C. 1W, at the postofflc such a Water Management creating District., on appear or before In the the above-named 11th Court
be day of
of these extra Telephone 437-3361 at Bunnell. known as the Haw Creek 1963 to show November -
take advantage coverages. Florida under act of Water :Management District there cause. If any
"**. why the
or stop in soon for full details.H. March I, 1S7C. above All persons Interested In the adoption should not be Petition for
ale urged to attend DATED this
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- 1y6a lth day of October.
T. COOK AGENCY One .__ MISSIOMER8 OF FLAGLER (iOourt E.
year --._$2.5O COUNTY, FLORIDA Seal A. SMYTHE
Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Fla. C. of the Circuit
Six months COWART Chairman. Court
I --- =1.28 By Julia R.
ATTEST: E. A. SMYTIIE, Clerk. Harvey,
Oct. 10-17-24-31--4 tc Oct 10-17-U-I1-4to Deputy ( ionic
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11 More Uses For'-I!,r skies" ," as Tennyson wrote in the| they had used sound waves to ; 1- --
"Lotos-Eaters." create living viruses from plant
: is also used in substances.And .
\ Music therapy I
I\i Music Is CitedAs i hospitals In the treatment of those softened rocks and
William Congreve wrote In mental patients. I bent oaks Congreve spoke a-
1697, "Music hath charms to I In southern India, a botanist bout? I Call OnUs
has claimed that music makes
EJ ; soothe the savage Ultrasonic "knives" can cut
, v soften rocks, or bend a knotted I plants grow faster and yield I through sapphire, one of the
bigger The notion, received
oak." He wasn't far wrong. .
I with hardest of minerals; and ultra. ,
Today the noble art Is being by sonic energy, the Oregon Re-
frank is not new in
used In some unlikely placesin search Center reported, .can .
the barnyard and the dent. I India. The describes puranlc the scripture deity change the form of wood prod. When : :
!Ist's office, the factory and the Bhagavata ucts. ;
Krishna as having made flowers ,
; operating joom, the
bloom when he played his -
I: Geographic says.
In McKeesport, Pennsylvania, flute in the garden of Brinda-
f/, dairymen piped music Into a ban.
'' barn to lull somnolent cows into Powerful Sounds
". yielding more milk. The experiment Music's next-door neighbor in Q ,aA4oppaanMTY,, You Need
rated mention in the the sonic spectrum-the highest
' British House of Lords, whose range of frequencies called "ul .
I 44,, trasonic" has produced some of
members learned that cows prefer
! the most dramatic examples of
II' the Blue Danube
\:r; ) noisy jazzPatients the hidden power of sound
who arrive at theirdentists' waves.
1 Ultrasonic waves, just beyond
offices with frazzled .
man's hearing range, have been
I nerves and sagging courage used to wash clothes, repair GOODPrinting
submit to the whirring
teeth, measure the fat on a living .
\ drill after to the Ian-
hog's back, test the tender.
guled strains of a Chopin noc 1 Th6 eeSTJJ
ness of beef-on-the-hoof, guide }
11 turne. torpedoes, measure ocean depths, BARGAINS W
. H.ns Lay Non find fish, and even to ease a TUB
Some poultrymen report their presidential backache.I I! NCWCPAMR .
hens lay more eggs under the) This, latter application occurred ADS..
influence of music. |I in 1961. When President ,t
I And in a Phoenix, Arizona, John F. Kennedy suffered a I I
hospital, obstetricians have been strained back, doctors used ultrasonic
I experimenting with music as a radiation !to relax the
substitute for anesthetics on the muscles and reduce pain.In .
i I theory that music "brings sweet February, 1963, botanists I 1 I
I sleep down from the blissful at Utah State University said _
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