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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 31, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 51, NO. 43 BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. _31, 1963 __ __ ?2.60 A YEAR '..1
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'Doyle' I Legislators Explain Flagler County Public i| I

i Amendments To Cattlemen Plan On W ,

.Voted Tuesday Annual Event Next :
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In a Under auspices of the Flagler Starting festivities at noon on The public j'
from I County Democratic Executive Saturday November 2, the .Flag Ing creation of ,
Agriculture Committee a meeting was held ler County Cattlemen will stage Watershed is to I
said: t" I I Monday evening in the civic cen their eleventh annual "Cracker Thursday morning
"Dear'Mrs.. : ter building to hear Flagler Day," which includes a bar-b- in the court
"May I, county's legislative delegation que* horse races* and cutting 1
your talk on the''' 1961 session of tho horse demonstration.An Decisions made 'I|
thanks and old fashioned b ing could affect
legislature specifically on bar- -que
people of I the three constitutional amend. will be served at 11 A. M.. Race owner In the
fine ments to be ,voted on next Tues events will start at o'clock.. age would be
esies day. All horse owners |In ,the area watershed district's
Farm I Representative William Wads are Invited to enter In the games has been estimated
"I was worth gave a brief resume of I and races. There will\ be tarts one million
farm tour i I I house action of Flagler county for both ,cowponies and quarter federal i
cause it, i local bills and the proposed horses. Games are scheduled for 75 per cent and
to see amendments. lie said he whole. both youth and adults. per cent-or about

tural heartedly endorses adoption cf There are also a number of Just what area
Flagler amendment No. 3 pertaining to new events and games on the would comprise I
'To all I recreation. He said he is not program. From the interest be. not known to The
County, I overly concerned with amendment ing shown, this "Cracker Day" information
thank. you' !I. No. 1 regarding election of promises to be the biggest and bune early this
state officers, and that he voted finest one held yet the cattlemen there would be
I against amendment No. 2 proposed say.FARM .
Whether Bunnell Is '
I at $75,000,00 bond' Issue to I the district
I finance educational buildings. BUREAU !('
settled at the '
Father State Senater Verle' 'A. Popein ELECTS OFFICERS I 1 jail I taxpayers are :
I his talk agreed with Wads. ,
L. E. Wadsworth was re.elect-I I i A local law r I II
worth concerning all three of the
ed president of the Flagler 1961 legislature
_Friday amendments, except he felt the I
,
I County Farm Bureau at their Board of County
method of I
raising educational I
The meeting Tuesday night. Elected to create a "water
their first building funds with bonds will. vice president was W. 'W. Deen. district" and to !
be much more costly to taxpayers
Friday I' I George Clegg was also reelected construction and
hom than if taxes had been I
I secretary treasurer. It has' been
levied to pay for the buildings. ,
'record Directors named to for ever, that
serve
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Senator Pope too, said he was i
Dunnellon the year are: George Clegg Dan would not be all
not overly concerned with timeof
and i ny Johnston L E. Wadsworth ance of the
a 65 yard I election .for"recreation state officers but W. W. Deen, D. R. Moore, M. C. years, would have to
I endorses the amend.
went,over 1 meht' : Strickland Jr., Raymon Tucker for.
since It Is self-liquidating, I
Marvin Victor Cowart, and Harold It also, !has been I
being ; t I
fiqanced tax
by
,a on sport.ltli'.gOQds' -
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Emery. Jl thatla the
files abc1" beln __ v'
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blocking a < ., ;! -. ludd'IgtJlHffc .
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backtto' HONOR ROLL FOR 1 sessed values in "I
Larry J TWELFTH GRADE much higher In
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the one SMALL CLAIMS The Bunnell school honor roll that outside of f
the extra for the first six weeks periodwas Bunnell taxpayer's
The COURT ,SESSIONJudge left out of the list in last share of the cost I
home game Leola Jones of the week's tribune through error. ante would be
against, ri"I Small Claims Court said yester Here are students In that All Interested l'I
tona Beach.Be day she continued one case to grade who made the honor roll. urged to attend the
sure the next session of the court. Kathy Barber Linda Cody Sue express their views
those, The next session will be held King Alllda Tucker and Nancy will be no I
game.. November 13th. Wilson. on the matter !
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Standing : B. and Eula Fuller, Ruth Nel cer, Hazel and Dean Holland. Stone street, for a

and Mrs. Stevenson Gene and Dorothy Other members of the clans before going to the I
Mrs. Leona and C B. Elsen- who were not present were: taurant for a I
Anna I. I. Moody, Corise Yarn, Fannie attended the
I ball game as a I
dine,and I Buckles Barker, Josephine Eat.
Second row seated left to I man, and Cecil Creech. Ed Notes J. B. High
Charles I' : Cordell and Marjorie the title of this I
and Jeanette Curtis and Margaret The group met at the homeof be "And Charles :
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TWO TUB FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA.Thursday., October 31, 1963

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,[1-j: f : ;::11' JJ -'r-r qg,5V f. ceeda ar>r he wi beaibt4 tP three I ta t.ge'jw$tj.; and use bor to !Initiate a Beggarweed
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,\ I daily ,papefc e th.e .a.b / banishing pnjgrani. j&yjratch.Jng .
.>g Nf l I behind when iaw I Jjis rolstjftesoiyWUd beacre
sey.
j&TCreeping g
( .mT '.) delivery boy P; watef-color'Rt debb&n brushes'. *elk:"Rime.," i tiny size td $sctiver i SSSF perfect

PTA RAFFLE beggerweeds i n I the roof or on the C chemical filling technique thatis
will do. The Idea Is to reach
The Bunnell chapter of the lawn are like debt*--Jfcey are driveway. harmless to lawn grass.In .
and applya
down into the
grass
I
to obtain but almost im
Future Farmer of America easy
If you don't have time to read mere half drop of the killing case there Is no gullible
to rid of.
called a special meeting Thurs possible get three papers and pull weeds for I solution to each beggarweed run I guinea pig neighbor, then do

day, October Malin 25, to 30.30 make lever final action Most attempts to banish the 45 minutes each day, consider ner. I your practicing (In a hidden corner -

plans rifle for a raffle which will they troublesome legume Is like borrowing killing the pest plant with If you are afraid to use the of your yard. Just be prepared

money to pay off all chemicals. chemicals on your yard but I to cover up your mistakes
will In the Cracker Day
activities sponsor at the Flagler county debts. Sooner or later you will WARNING: Chemical control is want first-hand experience, perhaps with strips of sod from

fair grounds on November 2. discover that you have as biga I only for gardeners who live you can persuade a neigh. I the nearest nursery.
crop of beggar's-llce as you daringly and who are willingto -
Proceeds from the raffle will began with.Beggar'sllce. I take a chance.
be used In developing a much.
needed pasture on the FFA farm are the small Chemicals that will !spell doomto 24 HourWrecker

plot. The club Is asking you to stick-tight green or brown, flat beggarweeds is a mixture of Service

support the agricultural futureof seeds that plaster anything they weed and brush killers, accord.

America by purchasing a tick. contact, including socks, ladles ing to Dr. E. W. McElwee, horti

et member.at the fair or from any FFA hose cats.The, pants' cuffs, and tabby Experiment culturist with Stations.the Agricultural Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.


Bob Kent, reporter. creeping beggarweed Prepare the legume for itsharakiri MASSEY-FERGUSON

thrives on attacks by lawnmow. by mowing the lawn Industrial
Grove Farm Equipment
JUNIOR SCIENTISTS era since the main runners then waiting a few days to allow

OF AMERICA sneak along on the ground below the cocky plants to peepa VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

The eighth grade Junior Scientist the whirr of the mower blade or so higher than the Owner Bunnell, Florida

of.America held its first blades. lawn grass. I
meeting In the science laboratoryat Digging out the plants by the The next step is to mix equal

12 o'clock noon on October roots is a sure cure. But, this parts of 2-4-D and 2.4.5.T. Then

22. Mr. Molyneux, science teacher is almost a career type opera. dampen the business end of a FOR ALL HOURS -DAY OR NIGHT
|Is sponsor of the club. 3-inch paint brush in the solu
tion.One tion and skim the tops of the :
The purpose of the meetingwas gardener vowed to keep
to elect the club's officersfor his front yard clear of creep pest plants. Use care not to '' AMBULANCES

the year and to give the ing beggarweeds by yanking out touch the grass. One little slip' PHONE VAlley 1625

members a general knowledgeof the pest plants for 15 minutesat may singe the grass to a frost. : ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
its functions. the spot the delivery boy bitten tan. I

Elected were: Thomas Pun- tossed the evening paper. Some gardeners choose late Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

can president; Tony Parker, This scheme worked fine- fall to d9 the Job. Their excuseis are always at your service with promptness safety and
Hobble that you get a better kill
vice
president; Pat secretary
experience
late In the growing seaspri. The
Sue Broadaway (treasurer -
; Tommy Kahlert at 12:30 on October
and Wesley Thomas, reporter. 21. The purpose of the real reason is that they can Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
blame a few slips of the paint
member pi the club I
Other
; meeting was, to discuss deco '
are: Elaine Tdwel) ) ;Mike Bross, rating a car for the Homecoming i brush on/ Jack Frost. Garcia Funeral Bond
Heln Vickie Mis&inne, and U your bifocals or your nerveswon't
Jay Parade (which, incidentally, won
The allow you to zero in on P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Andy Waterman. club
, first place). Toe club also decided j- '
pests still others \\o 'join Is, tQ sponsor :a booth at the the wavy line of legume leaves, LADY ASSISTANT '.
membership. Halloween Carnival. perhaps you had best discard WAJWVWWUVWUVUW

Wesley Thomas, reporter. Afterwards, they discussed -

what refreshments each member
LIBRARY} CLUB NEWS would be expected to furnish for

A Library Club meeting was the Library Club dance in Ute WelQ9hte

called to prder by President Civic Center on November 1, aft Say: .andThey'll

cfhe Father Lopez
-Bunnell
football game Admission prices '
CLASSIFIEDADS! 'We'! &me/
cents will be drag.5Q cents stag. and 75 say:

The club has ordered Library
Club pins for the members who
Florida's visitors are attracted by the pleasant sunshine. Let them
wish to have them, and they are
LtetU** ..*.. MUM >..&Iam arcS
watt p1' w.M each iBMrti. expected to arrive within the see it. . everywhere. In your smile, too.
n ...(. .. ......... cfcanr.. next week. It is also glad to .

FOR SALE-14 ft plywood fiber report a new member, Arthur Make them feel at home; show them that lad-you're-here":

glass bottom boat, 25 hp Evin McDaniel, who Joined at the cordiality for which the Sunshine State is famous.They'll come back

rude motor, electric' starter, meeting on October 21.
time and again...and they'll become
your friendly neighbors. Invert
champ dump type trailer. Call Jack Wetherington, reporter.

ID 73683. 10-31-ltC; in courtesy; it pays handsome dividends for Florida.,.and for you)
I JUNIOR CLASS NEWS
FOR SALE-2 folding cot beds The Junior Class sponsored

in good condition. $10.00 each.I the annual homecoming dance,

Call HE 92061. Oct. 31-ltc. the "Victory Ball", after the

WANTED to do ironing at my Dunnelon vs. Bunnell football .. '-". .

home. Will pick up and deliver. game on October 25.
Call ID 73669. 10-24-tf The Juniors also entered a i
float and a car in the home

FOR SALE-21 Inch Emerson coming parade, and they collected

TV, 1500. Good picture tube, about $5 in fees from the \

needs repair on small tubes, 205 other classes and clubs who entered V

N. Flagler -Ave., Flagler Beach. oats or cars in the parade.

Phone 4392382. 10-24-ltp Buzzy McKnight, reporter.

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1962 FORD STATION WAGON-
SENIOR CLASS NEWS ,
4 door, radio, heater, standard > '
The seniors seem to be in a
transmission, new tires. Checked
rare "lull before the storm" at
and serviced by competent mechanic
the present time, while
after repossession. On they try
desperately to catch home I-
up on
display at Bank parking lotCash
work, sleep, and everything else "-
or terms. Sorry, no trades.
that they fell behind in
duringthe \
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL.
Oct. 24.tcSEmC homecoming weekend.
The senior pictures are scheduled .

TANK: cleaning; drain to be taken sometime ;
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable around the first of November, J1v

prices. Call George Ja- and seniors are now turning in

roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf their baby pictures, which is one
of the highlights of the annual
HELP WANTED-Couple to run yearbook.Two a.
restaurant living In. t
quarters
senior girls took the State
eluded. Must have experience.
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Nursing and Teaching Scholar
Will pay great percent of grossto
ship Emas on Tuesday, October
right party. Animal Land,
22. Alllda took the exam for
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler
nursing, and Nancy Wilson for
Beach. 8-1-tf.
teaching. Mr. Cannon, guidance
""" conselor, told the girls that they

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER should receive the results some.

BEACH REALTY CO. I time in February I

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,I 1tM1 RS I

WATER FRONT, FARMS O. F. ALFORD 1 e ,.

ACREAGESee Registered
us for your real estate needs

Office Phone HE 9.2242 Real Estate Broker FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
BunaelL Florida HtlUNG IVIID HOIIDAPAGE

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FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31---NOVEMBER 1st and 2nd



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i I AGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 31. 1963

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FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB FLAGLER BEACH \
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. L. GARDEN CLUB
E. Wadsworth was hostess to : The Flagler Beach Garden !
approximately 50 members and Club will meet at the
Palm'I
of the Flagler Woman's I J Mrs. Raymond Martel, 324
guests RIGHTS
I I PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. QUANTITY
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Club when they motored to the I i Circle, Tuesday, November 5 at
"Princess Estate" owned by the 1:30. Co-hostess will be Mrs. October 31-Nov. ht and 2nd, 1963 RESERVED
Wadsworths. Mrs. Wadsworthexplained I I[Walter Mashey.Mrs. .
/the history of the es. Alfred Juengling will
SWIFT'S OR WILSON'S QUICK FROZEN
Late as the group toured each I II have the flower arrangement of
room, after which she served I the month, and T. W. Robinsonwill
I coffee and dainty sweets. The talk on Soil Conservation. STEWING 5-6 Lb.
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club wishes to thank her for a HENS
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I most enjoyable time. I or BAKING Average
'! Friday, more than 200 del. WOMAN'S CLUB TO I
egates of the 18 senior clubs and HOLD RUMMAGE SALE j
nine Junior clubs attended the. The Woman's Club will hold Chuck
Grade "A" Western Beef Chuck U. S. Choice
District Six meeting held at the Rummage sales every Thursday,I
Woman's Club of New Smyrna 10 to 4, at the Clubhouse on Lb.
Beach Mrs. Richard A. Collins,I South Central Avenue. I ROAST 49 STEAK 59Grade <
president. of the Peninsula Worn- : Those wishing to contribute j
amn's "Club' Daytona Beach I! articles may call Mrs. Heydt at..
was elected .senior district sLc IIE9-218G.
director and Mrs. Jerry Wegendl, I "A" Western Beef'Round Bone;
Beef
Sliced Baby
Cocoa Junior, Woman's Club,
Junior>director, and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Hirst have lt *
Ginn of Cocoa, secretary. i returned to their home here after ROAST 59 LIVER L..49*

They will serve a two-year I: a week in Falls Church Va.,
term of office. Each club gavea ;visiting with relatives and
two minute resume of out. I friends. While there they also Palm River

standing accomplishments and:I attended a family reunion. SLICED Larry's Home Made Pure Pork
our club's "Dollar Dividend"project :

Attending was of from interest Flagler to all Worn. SCOUTS TO SELL tt ll

an's Club were: Mrs. Jasper CANDY FOR FLAGS BACON 49 Sausage 49'Irder
the Scouts oftroop
White, president; Mrs. H. G. Last August Boy
Heydt, first vice president;'Mrs. No. 495 decided to sell
Mrs. candy in the fall to acquire
Charles Sindelar, secretary;
E. P. Fleurle, corresponding sec. enough money to purchase a
retary; Mrs. 'V. W. Haines, Mrs. troop flag and an American Your Thanksgiving (Nov. 28)) Turkey Now
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Myrtle Streeter, Mrs. Lillian Hag. They expect their order to
Bondy, Mrs. Margaret Buteux,I arrive soon and plans for the
Mrs. K. N.,Givens, Mrs. Charles distribution were made last CHASE & SANBORN PILLSBURY
Bondy, Mrs. R.. K. Hirst and Mrs.f night at the scout meeting. The \ '
Paul Kelly. I boys were happy to have their
Institutional Representative, Rev.

There were approximately 75\\ E. Lester Stanton, back after his COFFEE FLOUR .
marching in the Flagler Beach' stay in the Veterans' Hospitalin : '
Parent.Teacher pre Halloween\ Lake City.COMMUNITY.

Carnival noon consisting Parade of Saturday Mayor. George after. CHURCH NEWS 1 Lb. 5 Lb. L ;. '

Wickline, Baton twirlers, mem Sunday School af 9:45: a. m. 49 39
bers of the "Biggest Little Bandin with classes for all ages. At the Can BagLimit
Dixie," spooks and goblins of 11 o'clock worship hour Rev. R.
all sizes and shapes. W. Dickert will speak on "Christ,
Howard Taylor assisted in As He is Symbolized in the 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
formation of the parade with I Bible"
Town Marshall Hugh Drummondand

the parade auxiliary to the police school.escorting I' $80.00 UNICEF COLLECTEDFOR Get Xmas Presents Free With S & H Green Stamps

William Fennell, Jr., awarded The Church School of the
costume prizes to Patty Missinne I'' Methodist Church wishes to Sweet Treet Sliced Royal Purple
and David Miller for most orlgl- thank all of the generous people
nal; Grady Prather and Barbara, who contributed to the UNICEF 2*
Wilson, spookiest in the third! drive. The youngsters, 27 in all, PINEAPPLE 2 69? Plums 4 212 $1| 00
through sixth grade age group; were out for one hour Tuesdayand Cans Cans
Tinley Llttlefield and Dale John. collected $80.00. Those par.
son, most original and Angle ticipating were: Wayne and
,LHtlefleld and Anthony Drum. Faye Hutcheson, Kathy Di Vlrgillo I Southern Gem Whole Sweet Snow Tip AlaskaKraft's

mond for the spookiest in the Angie and Tenley Little-
pre-school to third grade age I field, David, Debra, and Dale POTATOES 2 23 Oz. 39 Salmon Lb. *
group. Johnson, Kenneth, Donna, and Caws Can 49
Door prizes were awarded by Joyce Whitney, Wayne, Derese
Owen Kirkpatrick and George and Sandra Owens, Grady Miracle
Wickline who highlighted the Prather, Eddie and Charlotte Shurfine Evaporated
evening with many good laughs. Dodlmead, Rosanne Tidwell,
Mrs. Jack Robinson, carnival Susan Peterson Barbara and Jo Quart large
WHIP 39 *
chairman, reported that proceedsof Anne Wilson, Danny and Andy Jar MILK 3 39
the carnival netted 20424. Waterman, Sue Ellen Seale, Cans
Bruce Arnold and Patty and Limit One Please ,
CARD OF THANKS George Robbie.
I wish to thank the Honor I Church School teachers and FRESH PRODUCE
FROZEN FOODS
Guard and sincerely thank the parents who assisted the children .
nine (9) people and one child were Mr. and Mrs. C. E Hull, Mr. GFRENCH
that came Into the chapel to pay Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Jonathon
10 Oz.
their last respects to a fine man Mrs. Bernie Wilson, Mrs. Robert FRIES 10 e
APPLES 4B Pkg.
and soldier, and express their Owens, Mrs. Roger Hoose, Mrs. 39*
sympathy to me. It made a Reynold Hoover, Mrs. Ed Kruger, 8 Oz. Winter Garden
deep!' impression on my mind, Mrs. Bob Whitney and Mrs. Ray Large Size SunkistLEMONS PIES For
their names I will never forget.I Lehr.A Dozen 3ge Z 3S'C
also wish to thank Rev. Howard Halloween Party with ChickenBeefTurkeyYellow
Porter who delivered a very I games, bobbing for apples and
Winter Garden
impressive message from the refreshments climaxed the eve

Bible One to family everyone.here at the Beach I I I ning. SQUASH 2 u" 25e STRAW BERRIES '3 pkS:?. 690

has my most sincere thanks.I I BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Yf l'W
They are the only ones that has Sunday School time is 9:45 a.
given me food and money, but I I m. and worship hour is 11 0'. i 50 EXTRA FREE 50 100 e: 100 50 "EXTRA FREE 50
most of all moral and spiritual clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens,
support to mend a sick mind pastor. Training Union will be: S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

and body.I at 6:15 p. m. and evening worship i I With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and
thought we had several at 7:30 p. In. Prayer meet. ; Purchase of Four Light $10.00 or More Food Purchase of 1 Erer-Fresh your
friends; money talks when you ing Is at 7 p. m. each Wednesday I Globes, Any Size Order Twin Pack Potato Chips
haven't, but when death strikes evening and a church business
they. turn a deaf ear. meeting will follow Prayer meet Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Very truly,' ing next Wednesday. I Saturday, NOT. 2, 1963 Saturday, NOT: 2, 1963 Saturday, NO?. 2, 1963 .
Mrs. Pauline Andrews.
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Thursday, October 31, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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bout half the yean on c-record,
Sheriff, Judge J Ole Man 'Winter this area has experienced gen

eral freezing weather before

Annual ReportsThe Is Drawing NearWhen November 20. In about one-

fourth of the years the first
LOCHL5 annual reports required can we expect the first freeze has taken place before
of the County Judge and Sheriff freezing weather this fall? Thisis November 10 and it has occurred

I were filed with the clerk of the something home gardeners as early as November 1. One

circuit court recently. nuserymen, growers and meteor November In five will pass without .
Since both the offices are ologists would all like to know. general freezing.The .
Beth Knight young daughterof ,: YOUNG TUCKER I
operated on a budget the reports Keith Butson, climatologist
'1
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight HONORED AT VIM nothern edge of the citrus
were filed for the fiscal with the University of Florida'sAgricultural
underwent a tonsilectomy at Cadet Andrew Tucker grandson I ended September 30. Experiment Stations belt and the upper east coast
the St. Vincent Hospital In Jack of Mrs. A. F. Tucker of Bun. year north of Lake George do not experience -
The report from the sheriffs and the United States
sonville Friday.Mr. nell is among the 22 first class. freezing as early In the
I office showed that $43,157.38 was Weather Bureau, explains meteorologists
men named this month to the fall as do other northern areas.There .
spent of the budgeted total and'' can predict weather
and Mrs. Zack Holland 1963-64 edition of "Who's Who 'I' is a 50.50 chance that the
$3342.62 was refunded to the only a few days at a time.
and son Zachery were In Baxley Among Students in American first freeze will hit before De-
county.In "However he points out Ha'
Georgia Sunday attending the Universities and cember 1. In about onefourthof
Colleges.
the judge's office total re look at Florida's past weather
Miles Reunion.Guests I He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I idea I the years, freezing has, occurred
history good
ceipts was $15,017.15. Expenses provides a as
G. A. Tucker by ;NovtmGej25. Freezing
of Cocoa and is
i
amounted to $12,33&2& An apparent to when we can expect the first
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.I'''a senior at the Virginia Military $2,633.89 was refunded to freeze. in this area'a urs by November

Powell Sunday were Mr. Institute.. He will receive his the 25 about one-fourth of
county.
Mrs. Rosie Moffert of McIntosh degree and his commission as Other officers Record Indicate nearly all the time or after December 20
1 a second lieutenant in the U. S. county reportsare areas north of Ocala and west one-fourth of the years.
filed after January 1.
JVtrs. Frank Mercer Marine Corps. lie Is majoring of the St. Johns River expert.enc .

led, her daughter, accompan'l. I In civil engineering. JUNIOR POLICE e at least one day with Subscribe to The rapier Tribuo
freezing frost before Christ
or 1SISO '
Mae Masters of St. Augustine to A Year In Advance
HOLD MEETING mas almost In a. ,
every year.
Claxton Georgia to visit with I MOODY FAMILY

her sister Mrs. Georgia Hutto WEDNESDAY Perry Allman John Geller I l I ,

who. has been ill there. REUNION SUNDAYThe The Junior Police held a meet. Wayne Alman Mike Kelley, I' 0 J.

Moody Family and their ing at the Civic Center Wednesday Tommy Bratcher George Buck i Texas Hot/Dbg .

family connections will les Billy Barker, Larry Joe
Tommy Durrance and Gene hold afternoon. The group Is under
Knight were In Winter Haven their ninth annual reunion Sun the direction of Police Chief Jancowskl Bobby Creel Henry Chopped Z5 4* Mustard<

during the past weekend attending day at the Bunnell Civic Center.A Wilfred Hunter. Bratcher, Onion V & Chill<

a skeet shoot. Both won basket picnic dinner will be Officers of the group are Clif Russell Wetherington George

awards for first and served at the center about 12:30. ford Wetherington, chief; Paul Revels Gordon Worley, Phillip OPEN DAILY

places in several second'. I All family connections are invited Barrow captain; Hal King and Ellcnbach Allen McCraney, lltOO a. m. to lltOO p. m.(

I to attend. George Koczwanskl 'lieutenant; Micky Palczcwskl, David Stefllk,

Ray Mercer and Dr. Allen Reynolds James Alan Brannam, desk David Hlgginbotham, Mark Yel Flagler Sundry Store

were In Hastings Sunday LILLIE BURRELL sargeant; Ty Whitaker and Mike vington Evan Yelvington Berber Beach I

morning where they participated PASSES Barber sargeants. McKelvin, Clark McKelvin Flagler Fla. t
In the Layman's Day Programat AWAY IN Members are Gary Barber, Wayne Pelllcer and Paul Porter.

the United Methodist Church. SPOKANE SUNDAYMrs.

They assisted Lay Leader Ben
.
Lillie Burrell, wife of
Padgett of that church. 'Paul Burrell passed away ealy i

Sunday morning at her home In
Among those from Bunnell in
Spokane Washington, following
Gainesville Saturday for the I a long Illness. WELL RED .

Homecoming game were Mr. and They are former residents of
Mrs. Walter Morris Mr. and Mrs. I
Flagler County and were en
Dale Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard gaged In the farming industry
Moody Mr. and Mrs. T. E. while here.
They have made ,
Holden, and Mr. and Mrs.
their home in Spokane the past ,:. -t,,,
George Miles Moody.Mr. few years. I I

I She Is survived by her husband I
and Mrs. ,James: Craig Paul \ t . ..: "M ',.
; one son, Bobby Bur '
were In Gainesville during the 'l' ; Ij
rell and two grand children, all : : :
past weekend attending the of Spokane. Also surviving is "' ''f' :,,'. I
Homecoming celebration at the her father .
Mr. Campbell of In. : ,
University of Florida. They were dianapolls, Ind., and one brother ; 'I ',. I"'. dti "
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frank Campbell also of Indian. I
Williams.
polls. ,
Funeral arrangements were ,i
Andy Yelvington was a business not known here at press time M .
visitor In Orlando Tuesday.Mrs. but it is expected the funeral ,:. ( ; :

will be held there. \
Robert Carr formerly cf

Bunnell and now of Zellwood

underwent major surgery at the .t!.
I I' .
J. Hillis Miller Medical CenterIn iL IIIf t r! ,/
Gainesville Tuesday.
.' 't
'Q JO" 'i,
Miss Carol Craig was In REMDM ER"I ; .

Gainesville during the weekend I\ (,
BY 7ti (31d7r 1/iJ
attending the Homecoming cel ',$. ,.

ebration.Mr. From Frank Judy Fresno California j
: I was born in a lot house \ .
and Mrs. John Dodgen and not far from Mosier Oregon, ", . \
little son, Joey have returned close to the Columbia River, between I

from Ft. Hood, Texas, and planto Dalles. the Hood River and the ii

reside here. He has recently ,
My mother died before I was
completed ,his tour of duty with old enough to remember her. <
the U.S. Army. There was no road leading to the The HALF-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT with the ..::

Judy place, Just trail and ..
a they '' '
carried my mother's body out on unmistakable LOOK OF ELEGANCE ,
a stretcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forsythe The WaUons, who lived nearby .r,
of Palatka visited here Friday adopted me. Uncle Will Wat- Here the Strad-O-Trav'I.r half-sleeve sport shirt theft elegant for "
with his brother in law and son was a Scotchman who came $ 95 r (:
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely. to California when the West was leisure and spectator wear,as it's sporty for golf I And Ifs doubly practical $8

They also attended the homecoming I still wild. Auntie Watson was a Washes beautifully, drip-dries quickly requires a minimum : 1 1of
likable hard-working Kentucky
football game here. I woman who took much pride in ironing. Tailored to perfection by Stradivari of a Bemberg* rayon- j Y .j,

her cooking Uncle Will cut cord Docrorr polyester combed cotton shirting, in rkh sports colors. .: j
wood for the wood burning loco

Mrs. Bertha Grimes visited In motives.I ,.:' '
remember bit about ,
quite a
Jacksonville the weekend
past the gay nineties. STRADOTRA V'LERAMdICA'S : !. .,/fJ
with her daughter Mrs. P. E. In the spring of 1898 we started .." .... "
Griffin. She accompanied Mrs. out with a covered wagon and .
Thomas Pinner there who visited traveled South across Eastern by "

with her husband. Rev. Pin Oregon into California wintering T14t MAGNIiICN1
ner. at Red Blue The following springwe ,/
started north taking the Western .
and more scenic course past 'l
Mt Shasta to Rmeburg, Oregon. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis We made about 20 miles a day. I.c'
were In Orlando Sunday visiting Some may think of the covered MOST AUTirUl SrOIT SHUT
Clarence wagon as belonging to the days
with :Mr. and Mrs.
when the buffalo roamed the
Stella Deem.. "If
Hamilton and Mrs.
plains and the Indians were on
the war path but the covered
wagon was with us longer than '

Mrs. Johnny Wescott of,.Eusti that. Seasonal farm workers used Land 'n Sea Fashions
visited here Monday,with her to go in them from place to place.
<.... .eetrB...... *. .... ..*... "'I'
son and daughter in law, Mr. to TW OM Tl*..r, ... M, ra"'U"r*
and Mrs. Harry Atkinson. IU.....'" S 1 Ct7 N. Bay Street Phone 437-3400 Bunnell, FloridaIjoj.

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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 31, 1963

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Plants [I cannot functionT' dafcsdrtb. for The Flogler Tribune I Ilrasott'toltrfrillR2CA3
.
i JlJ J? Poisonous t t' Z How '1 Uef1 tuft do gaff & SLSff Yea U Xdronc t : ; ir tr 'aseesffaJF'-affd
Imperative that additional revenue
r, : r (I 4 lxCfl I Thi, {9 a pleasant time to be I from constructive cr attve gr/j' i I I I to that to be raised for br the General
r Levy, be obtained operation
outdoors-to take a leisurely Ing of yotirsetrf
i and roatftttnanqa of -
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PETERSON TEXACO
lie free schools In Tax
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stroll through the yard or park, 4. HIt t 49 ygu teact to ..fn1j.I 1,1 ,i School District No 1 In Flakier

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS or If you feel more hardy, I tratloni. By gtfit n ?? By teal-: I s SERVICE 1 County. Florida. a* created Dundee
i and by virtue of (he
Church school time is 9:45: a. through the woods. ;jizlng that you cannot win all ROAD SERVICE f( State of Florida. and lthto Board
estimated that for the next two
m. and morning worship at 11 But, If you do so, forget your i| the time T I Light Mechanical Work I year a 10 mill tax on the real

N. habit of chewing on an occasional I 5. now free are you from Phone 437-9441 BunnaU and personal property. telephone:
o'clock with Rev. Reynold telegraph and raUf&adu, In said
Hoover, minister, There will bea weed or twig. It might be:I anxiety? district l. necessAfY for the' 'exoluilve -
6. what outlets do have FOR IIIDS !I purpose of operating andmaintaining
REQUEST:
poisonous.As you 1
covered dish dinner after the I Sealed bids will be received' In the public free schools
worship service' and the official a mater of fact, you prob. : when you are tense or anxious? the office of the City Clerk of the I Ig I I In MM districtTHEREFORE

board will meet after the dinner. ably won't even have to leave !'I! 7. If you are troubled do you roo Center Bunnell.hdrnI: on, or IB before the I BY the Board ,of BE Public IT RESOLVED Instruction -
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really try to seek help 12:00 o'clock noon on the 4thday of Flatter County. Florida,
find something
your yard' to of, November. A. IX. 1(62. for that an election la hereby called
MENS' CLUB PLAN BREAKFAST I poisonous upon which to chew. 'I After asking: yourself these J furnishing the following materials to be held on the date herein fixed'
questions It could be helpful for F.OB Bunnell. Florida, to-wit: for the purpose here specified.BE .
i Some of the prettiest and most bags of Type 1 cement. IT FURTHER RESOLVED BT
The Mens' Club will serve a 4d talk them with I The Is approximate -
common garden plants are toxic. you over your above quantity said Board that an election shallbe
Breakfast I only and Is to be used for beheld
Pancake
and Sausage doctor and is hereby ordered to
minister Counselor
Although you may not have ; your your for tabulation of bids, and the City in Special Tax School DistrictNo.
I
t in the Methodist Church the weed-chewing habit the or some understandingperson. Commissioners reserve the right, If I, Flakier County Florida, at
they so desire to Increase or decrease
Building on "November 9th from the voting places In said District
children may enjoy the pretty this quantity. Quote amount hereinafter designated on the llth
7 a. ,m. to 1 p.: m. I Total health Involves the bulk and per barrel day of November, 19SS at which
: It
berries or flowers. Therefore, The City Commissioners reserve election shall be submitted to the
Js best to know which plants a- the whole personality which In. tho right to reject any and all qualified electors qualified to voteIn
bids and to accept the bid that such election, residing In said
Books Are My Dish round the yard are potentiallyas body, mind and soul, lit Its Judgment will be for the District, who hav paid taxes on
bent interest of the City of Dun. real or personal property In Mid
I. dangerous as they are pretty. nell Florida. District, as required by law. the
('By'.rsla.Keste'r) rundown WHITE PINE WITNESS!: my hand and on'clals \ following proposition, to-wit:
The complete on
al this Und day of October, A. D.196S. .
Are you still using that old common poisonous plants and White pine is the largest of Determination the number of
mills of the District School Tax
greasy,kid-stuff? Our stew eight weeds Js contained In Florida American conifers growing east I /8/ Howell of V.Bunnell Peavy, Florida Mayor In' Special Tax School District No. C
of Better Homes & of the ATTESty 1 to be levied for each of the
volume set Agricultural Extension Service Rocky: Mountains FUll- ,/8/ Nancy C. Rodgera-City Clerk, next succeeding two years tot the I

Gardens Cook Book aw so filled Bulletin 175 "Poisonous Plants grown specimens stand from 90'f Oct. 24-31-2to exclualte maintaining'purpose' the public of (operating free schoolsof and !

with lucious lIving.color recipes Around the Home," by Erdman to 150 feet high; some' occasion IV! THE :CmCIlIT COUHT. *EV.KNTII laid District the estimated mill. I

that you would rather do it West, University of Florida. botanist ally reach 200 feet. AND FORKLAOLKR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT roUWTY: lit, age two required years being for each 10 mills.BE of .the next

yourself. '" FLOIHOA. IV CHANCERY CASH IT FURTHER'' RESOLVED BY.
(''gourmet that Dr. William B NO. 4763 THIS BOARD, that the followingplaces
.
Exqtlq preatlonsj Walsh a
This extension bulletin! describes prominent RUTH HANDFORD ADAMS, are hereby designated as
one 'should definitely not gulp the flowers the locales' Washington D.C physician Plaintiff polling places In said District. In
'
v. said election Is to be keld,:
which
down*:in five, seconds flat. (Suggested where they are found and what and a veteran of World War II, FRANK ADAMS PRECINCT. 1 Bunnell-Court

attire ;while cooking toxic substances they contain. is the founder of Project ROPE.t I JVOTICM Defendant House.

same, a swishy formal, Chanel You not have known for THE STATE OF FLORIDA" TO: PRECINCT: 'i'o. 2 Flagler BeachFiagler' I
'' '
may i ' Ii "' ''' Frank AdamsP. Beach Recreation Hall
No. 5 and, sL corsage of course, example, that the beautiful O. Box 423, PRECltfCT No. t Haw. Creek i

don't we always? But the seven I Mossyrock, Community: Building.
Christmas flower Poinsettia con. Community Washington. PRECINCT No. J-A-Korqna l
other volumes will probably be 'tamps toxic substances that can, You are hereby notified that a Church Hall.PRECINCT '
Memorial Church suit has been filed against you In No. 4 St. Johns Park
used more often, From the cause serious akin irritations to the above entitled cause; and you Community Hall

marvelouj! "MelJls.ln-Mlnutes" I later. are hereby'required to flue your answer PRECINCT No. 4-A Bunnell .
susceptible person, or be poisonous 44e..r.sanosslAIR '
with the Clerk of this'Court. Masonic Temple,
to any'and all before,. during if eaten. CONDITIONED and to serve a copy thereof upon PRECINCT No. & Espanola
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney; Community Hall. *
and after occasion under the One of /fine most poisonous is Daytona Ave. whose name und address taj) PRECINCt No. 5-A AlA High-

shining sun (or moon) that O TK *ay-JohoBon's Fruit Stand.
any.
the Gloriosa or Climbing Lily. i TLAGLER BEACH kJt IY8 :
one could,I possibly dream up. The tuber of this" plant contain Bunnell. Florida The foregoing election precinctbbeing
Highly recommended for cooksin Sunday; School 10:00: A. M. not later than November 19th A. D. all the election precincts Ie-
a mixture of alkaloids chiefly I II 1S63. said Special Tax School DistrictNo.
all categories. colchiclne. Death has been re Church Service 11:00 A. M. If you fall to do to decree pro 1 In Flagler County, Florida.BE .
I confesso will be entered against
IT FUR.THERRESOLVEt;>,
The good cook will Increase ported within four hours after It W DICKERT Pnsur jl I you for the relief demanded in the that this Board shall appoint the

her skill and', receive even more tubers eaten. KHYOR WELCOME bill of complaint. The mature of persons who are to be Inspectors
were said suit being for divorce. and clerks for each respective polling
compliments from her delighted Not all of the poisonous A said Court this 15th day of October
---- Is held, and shall publish
guests. Let's face it, the bad plants are as highly.toxic; but IIV* Till CIHCriT COURT OPKUAr.LRIl iatR D. l:963k: as required by law
cook should immediately COUNTY, FI.OHIUA ( A, SMYTHE
put causetrouble if BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
we
garden can IN CIIAMf'Klir NO. 4764 Clerk of said Circuit Court
"read-them" on her must list. are not aware of the danger. JOHN W SICLEY By Julia. It. Deputy Harvey Clerk furnished there to shall said be Inspectors prepared and of

To the indifferent cook, an In. Some of the other poisonous Plaintiffvs. Oct. 17-24-31 & Nov. 7-4te election for use at said electionthe I
_ necessary ballot boxes and
splration. And to each of us plants discussed in the bulletin ELSIE A. SICLEY Defendant. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF ballots as required by law; that

hundreds of' answers to our"What" NOTICE TO DKKP.NU FLAKLKH COUNTY, FI.OUIUA the form of ballot to be used In
Include Jessamine
hydrangea, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO'KLSIB : I IN CIIANCKHY NO. 47.t said election shall be substantiallyas
shall I cook rut that castor bean, mango, ladkspur, A. 8ICLEY PAUL ELTON HENDRICKSON follows:
:happens too often. Can't wait I'ont Otflc Box 88 1'laintlff{ SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTNO.
aM common oleanders. Sand" Lake, New York vs. 1. FLAGLER
to see (and hear) my sister I You are hereby notified that a BERTHA HENDRICKSON.Defendant.. COUNTY FLOHiDA. HELD ON
suit ha* been filed against you In NOVEMBER 11 18&3
Mickey Massey's reaction to my YOUR MENTAL HEALTHN. the above entitled cause; and you NOTICE TO DKKKMI ALLOT FOIL SCHOOL TAX
having written this FlaglerWoman's are hereby required to THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: DISTRICT No. 1. M1M.AUIQ LEVY.
( L. Davidson) wer with the Clerk flhr.o'goXand BERTHA HENDRICKSON INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: In-
Club Library review on' A regular check-up!. to carve a copy thereof upon I Sheridan Street dlcate by marking an "X" in the
cook the plaintiff or plat nlft'l attorney, I Wilkes Barre. Pa. space after line 1. whether you
of all things. She Is a I Dr. W. C. Menninger, of the whose name and address is: You are hereby notified that a favor the proposed mlllage levy
wonderful cook, I am not. She'U FRENCH C. DAVIS I I suit has been filed against you In which Is necessary for the approved
I famous Menninger Clinic In B2J North Halifax Avenue the above entitled cause; and you school term. If you favora
flip. . Kansas has stated that a regular Daytona Beach, Floridanot are hereby required to file your answer different mlllage levy. write the
.. L On later than November 25th.. A. D.I with the Clerk of this. Court, levy you favor after line 2,
JHASTINGS- w emotional cnecx-up is as important 1983.If. I and to serve a copy thereof upon
you fall to do no, decree pro I, the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. 1. Estimated millage levy requiredfor
I for all persons as a regu confesio will be entered against whose name and address It: regular term (10) rail In.
MATTRESS lar physical check.up. This you for the relief demanded In the I H. T COOK
& UPHOLSTRY bill of complaint. The nature of Bunnell, Floridanot
WORKS sounds reasonable because mental aid cult being for divorce. later than November 19th. A. D. 2. Other mlllage levy

710-12 Lemon St. health begins in Infancy at aid WITNESS Court thla my hand 22nd and day teal of October of- 19 If 63. you fall to do so, decree pro BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BT-

Palatka, Florida the same time as physical A. D. 1963. confeaso! will be entered against said Board that this Resolution of
(OIHclal. Seal) A. SMYTHE you for the relief demanded In the the calling and holding of said
Phone EA 5-9166 health and continues throughoutlife Clerk of said Circuit Court bill of complaint. The nature of election shall be published once
Furniture Dy Julia R. Harvey said cult' being? for divorce. each week for four consecutive
Upholstering with all experiences leaving Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and seal of weeks In the Flagler Tribune a
Repaired & Refinished their marks upon the person Oct. 24-J1 & Nov T.U-Hc said Court thla 15th day of Octo newspaper of general circulationthroughout
Mattresses & Box Springs ber A. D. 1963. the County of Flarlerand
I Made ality. For an emotional checkupthe IN TIIH COUNTY JUDGE! COURT (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE published in said County thata
Also
"c Order RenovatedCall IN AND KOIl FLAGLKH COUNTY Clerk of said Circuit Court notice specifying the names of
Laura Morris 437.3233 following questions are suggested FLORIDA, IN 1.IWUATt. Dy Julia n. Harvey the Inspectors and clerks of elec
by Dr. Menninger: VA"fJ NO. GOt Deputy Clerk lion in said District shall be published -
After 6:00 P. M. IN RE: Estate of Pot 17-24-81 & Nor, 7--4 c once In said newspaper at
PitlCES REASONABLE. 1. How do you get along with BEN F. PATRICK. deceased least fifteen 15) days before the
NOTH: OF FILING I'KTITIO.V I\TIIK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT holding of said election.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. people? FOIL FINAL imCHAIUJM! OF IN ANn FOR TUB COUNTY OF BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY
Just as near as your 2. When a situation really AUMINIVTHATOU! KtAOLKI, STATK OF FLORIDA said Board that the Chairman and
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. IN PHOnATK. CASH NO. Km Secretary of this Board are Instructed -
Phone or Post Office gets rough do you lose your CERN: IN RE to take all other or fur-
Drop Us A Card or Call I become Jittery or paralyzed Notice is hereby given that I CHARLES t'.l.okING; deceased. ther steps as may ,be needful In
I Free Pick-up & Delivery temper, nave filed my final returns as ad- NOTICE OF FILING 1.Io TITION accordance with, law to carry this
or so anxious that you ElniWRori the estate of BEN FOIL FINAL imciIARGH Resolution Into effect.
;, ; that I have OF AnMINIIITItATOR! PASSED in open session by the
Sled my petition for final discharge TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Board of Public Instruction of
and that 1 will apply to the Honorable NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Flagler County Florida, at Its
T. K. MCKNIGHT county that I have filed my final returns meeting on the 12th day of Sep
Judjre of Flagler County. administrator of the estate of A.D. 1983.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. on November H. 1963. for approval CHARLES M. KINO, deceased; that teRAYSI N F. TUCKER.
of the same and for final discharge I have filed my petition for final Chairman of the Board of Public
all administrator of the estate of discharge and thAt I will apply Instruction of rUBl r County
H. CRAIG Funeral Director BEN F. PATRICK, deceased. to the Honorable T. K. McKnlght. I I Florida'
Ii' October 24th. 1963.S Bounty Judge of Flagler County, ATTEST:
/ / Harlan H. Patrick November 12. 1 J for Z.
D.
loo'i HOLLAND
HARDIN. AssociateAIR
\ JOHN
Administrator of- the estate approval the same and for final Superintendent
and
ot BEN F PATRICK; de- as administrator of the ex-offlclo
Secretary to the
OXYGEN est.te of CHARLES M. KING, dee Board of
U.rafd Public Instruction
LADY' Oct. ceased
7-14-4tcSribiinr
Oct.
CONDITIONEDQIAPEL I .' I' EQUIPPED JOHN D. HARDIN. 10-n-U-U-Hc
ATTENDANT 1 Administrator of the Estate of IN THE CIRCUIT .
AMBULANCES CHARLES M. KING, deceased COURT, SBVKNTII
. First JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IW
mfJ' 3KItttitr (1 Publication: ANI)
Oct. 10th, 1963. FOil FLAGLER ootiirrr.
Phone ID 7-3532 Oct. 10.n-Z4-U-4te So0"':"\,** W CHANCERY' CASK

Hl'NNKLL. FLORIDA 1NL RE: Adoption
of
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA < l'I'Ni.W "EAitivo CONCF.ItNIN'(( FORTHAM
-I . HAW CRKKK WATER MANAG ::\ Td' g EDMUND, minor,
FEN.
MEN? DISTRICT NELL ILLiA
-,- .- MRS. M\B. FULLER. Pursuant ,
Editor to
authority granted to
the Board of County Commission TO: JOHN' F FORDHAM
I ers of Planer County Florida 513.
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE Beelgaated Offlrlal rtitlleatleafer Special Act of the 1961 Florid by :1824 nth Avenue North
Legislature, known as House Bill YOU AREgHEREBY NOTIFIED
The Ira insurance policies we write still gin the) some Pnblle Netlees .( Flagler m No ntGU'Dftr1te Water M na :. That a Petition for the Adoption
(... within Flag r of the
tr. 11..lelpalltie. white male
tkerela
dependable protection. But today you can, often enjoy, ad. County notice is hereby give That BRADY F. FORDHAM,minor child
In
... the State ef Florida ? PUnlic J hearing hall be held by the above was filed
Owner's cane
ditional coverage benefits Home Policy-at',very I ers h In the of Flagler County Commission. ot October, A. D. U63 on, by the WILLIAM Ith day )

little extra cost.Remember house County Court EDMUND FENNELL, JR., and
on November 7, you
1963
at >
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Entered as second class matter : hereby commanded to be
for the and ,
A/k"; purpose of creating appear in the
H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you February I, 1J1J at the postofflce a Water Management District on or before the abo.e-namec1 11th day of Court
to
be known No-
as the Haw
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 at Bunnell Florida under act of Water Management District Creek there emberl Deo 1963 why to show the cause Petition If any {

or stop in soon for full details. March I, 1S7I. above All project persons Interested In the adoption should not be ijranted for '1
are urged to
attf'nd. DATED
this
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HOARD OF COUNTY cn'aMlS4IONEs mi day of October,
H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone I I. .t oFLAGLER (Court Seal) A. SMTTHE f t,

437-3361 : .Citizens Bank Building BunaelL Flo. SIs, ,,\-taSNTU.--u.IO' : I ATTEST l-'QUNTY.C. :H.E.COWART.A.FLORIDA SMYTIIE Chairman.Clerk gr'iitt'R .ffis-:, 'I

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1\\ AGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNEIL. FLORIDA Thursday, October 31, 1963
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"1 DINNER FOR ,
Demonstrate How I (Bf Eula fuller) ..
SENIOR CITIZENSThe
Heart WorksThree With the Bunnell High School
Senior Citizens Drug The
Flagler i
Class of 1938 Reunion last week,
Social Club held Its fourth regular from the:, I decided'
physicians I would dust off the .
evening, .. ,
meeting Tuesday University of Florida College of I file of that year and brush up "- ,
October 20, at the Flagler Beach ;
Meddne have demonstrated just on a few facts. I guess you
Recreation Center. where in the heart muscle the could call it "Things I Didn't
After a six o'clock potluck din. well known drug, digitalis, acts Remember Until I Read the 1938
ner the 40 men and women who to strengthen the beat of a Files." After all, 25 years is
came out for the affair participated failing heart. a few years back. FLAGLERCOUNTY

In a songfest, which was Drs. F. Eugene Tubbs, Myron In addition to The Class FactsI
followed by square dancing and W. Wheat, Jr., and Lamar Cre I picked up a couple of other
card. games., vasse of Gainesville presented Items that may be of Interestto
Rev. aid .MrS"Lesrer Stanton their report a few days ago before you also.
showed slides of their trip to the Scientific Sessions of The Bunnell Bulldogs basket.
the Pacific Northwest. The next the American Heart Association ball team went to the District
meeting of the group will be held in Los Angeles, Tournament and won their first I ,
November 12.FLORIDIANS.
on I game over Winter Garden 38 to
To locate precisely where a
22. Their second game was with
drug acts in the body is difficult
TO BE i Eustis which they lost. Eustis
yet may provide important
the District
won Championship
'
I WEEKI have gone wrong when an .
BE GUESTS OF that year.Members.
organ or body system begins to I
WACHEE SPRINGSAll fall. To accomplish their demon. of the Senior Class

I Florida residents are Invited stration of where digitalis acts, playing In the tourney were j Democratic
to be the guests of the the Gainesville scientists made Curtis Deen, Cecil Creech, Zeno
Week Wachee Mermaids during use of the electron microscope, Mercer, J. B. High, and C. ;B.
I the entire month of Novemberto which can enlarge a match to Eisenbach.. I. I. Moody ,was
see the new underwater show, the size of the Empire State manager. r',:.j
locate ant on 'a
Building or an
i "Underwater Follies. football field. They also useda Team members, other than'.
Residents of Florida may seniors, John F. I
through which were: Clements,
a
Identify themselves .with a Flor process "
Gilbert Higginbotham, Archie ,
radioactive form of the drug is
ida Identification'driver's license. or similar made *o take its own picture.As Tolar,., .,Ira Holton,; and, Owen;: Executive
and will be admitted Thomas.'I. ,', j, ) .
!to see the new under. explained by Dr. Crevasse, Following is a. news story
water show upon payment of" ,a the radioactive drug is given to written by Senior Class President .
small service charge.: experimental animals in minute I.:I.: Moody: -

In order,to encourage'as manyas quantities and attaches to the! Bunnell Junior
"The Bulldogs,
possible to. see "Underwater heart muscle in a manner which 'The Dark" Horse" team of the
Follies" during the week, the .
improves the ability of the heartto East Coast Tournament,..blasted Committee '
service charge,Mondays through work
more efficiently.
their
way to the-top and clinch
Fridays will be less than on
Small samples of heart muscle
ed ,the
tournament cup, _by ,
weekends and the
Thanksgiving
containing the radioactive drugare handing the humilitatlng defeat
holiday.. : then removed and cut Into '
of 48 to 15 to the Daytona Beach
This year will mark the ; ultra-thin sections, smaller than Junior Buccaneers In'the final


:fourth annual} all Florida appre a, pin,head. These tissue samplesare game of the tournament". ,
elation month for Weekl Wachee 'fixed on tiny slides, and I found that the Class Colors

,"'.,and,,has been designed to show each is covered with a highly were blue and gold and their ,
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chee toward Florida residents for radioactive molecules give off Class night was 'held on May 18, ;
: their help In making it one of particles that strike the film, and W. G. Chapman was class
the leading attractions In the producing a tiny black track of sponsor. ,

I 'state. .: exposure. One of,the class teachers was'
I Miss Hazel Harrell who was t
married at the end of the

NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON school term to Dean Holland. Voters to
I They both attended the reunion,
she now being a teacher of the
I r first grade and he is County Su
perintendent of Public Instruc }
tion. J
M. B. Fuller was Supt. of Pub. ; '

lie Instruction at that time. One t!.: "
Item told of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
High, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. VOTE
Fuller entertaining ,the class ,J, .
members and other guests at a
dance party at the Flagler Beach
Hotel. The affair was honoring
class members J. B. High, Jr.,
and I. I. Moody. Dick,Parks or.
chestra of St Augustine furnished
the music. The Fullers were
invited to Join the group for I
November 5
their reunion Friday night It
was a delightful party and won.
derful to see the group again.
Just sorry five members of the
class could not attend.. It real.
1l. 1j' @ lLL! f ff@rnla ly does not SEEM that TWENTY-,

Changed Listings, Additional listings, Ads in Yellow Pages FIVE years have gone by. i' '. ,
Other Items picked up were: *
Don't wait! Call our Business Office now to The library at the Civic Center / ., I : yw

I 1,1' .;\ change listings in the Telephone Directory. And was opened and the Colony I '. ,. :

;':,:..A:, :, remember-additional listings for members oft Club held open house observingthe ,.Ii
4 opening. Cella Lord was In
'"' :: s your family or firm may be included for little '
; ,: charge 'Of the library. ,
::.., .: extra cost. Raymon Tucker received his '
degree from the University of Itis I ,

:Ji : . o+ },fr. Businessman Be sure you're represented Florida that year. He is now a
7 :\ .1 in.the Yellow Pages the best way to tell member of the School Board.

"t" w t, ,.1." people how to find you. Smart Shoppers heed the '. the Just whole wish year I had to pick gone up through many I ;

rhadvice: to "Let your fingers do the walking ". other Interesting events to re

Read the ads. . Learn the facts. . Find it fast member.

Shop the Yellow Pages way."
VFW SPONSORING ImportantThat
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Southern ,\ Doll CRACKER DAY DANCEAT

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LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING Veterans of Foreign Wars

Sujp'fHidYellow Post 5213 Is sponsoring a Crack.
I'I er Day dance at the Bunnell You Vote
Civic Center Saturday night,
,.,
Dale Brown Jr., said today.
The dance will begin at 9 o'.
clock that evening and the pub.
lic is Invited to attend. Mr.

Brown said. .

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