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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 7, 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. 44 BUNNELL: ,, FLORIDA, THURSDAY NOV. 7, 1963 $2.50 A ,YEAR.
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County Board i iJ I Bulldogs BeatFr. Auditor Says Senior Citizens Veterans Day

Lopez 19-0 Schedule DinnerAt

To Condemn 1 Orange. Park NextThe ; City.Finances Flagler BeachThe J Program Here


Right of WayAt J i Bulldogs won from the In Good Shape Flagler Senior Citizens Monday Nov. 11i
Father Lopez Green Waves here I Club will hold Its next regular( '
last Friday night 190. I meeting Tuesday evening, Nov. i
a meeting Monday morn I Bebe Moody went over from The City of Bunnell ended Its I 12, at the Methodist Church In [ Plans for the Veterans Day
ing of the Board of County Commissioners the one yard line to score the I fiscal year in good financial Flagler Beach instead of the I I observance In Bunnell next Monday -
construction Kings first TD. Harry Kuleskl kicked shape, an annual audit by certified Flagler Beach Recreation Center I November 11, have been
Road paving was discussed. It I the PA. Half time score 70. public accountants shows. which is the customary meeting I I completed, according to membersof
was decided to confer with In the fourth period Kuleskl The audit showed that there place. I( the committee.
county commissioners of Vo- I went around left end from the was In the general fund $24,769 Those appointed by the setup,I The big feature of the celebration
lusia county concerning linking I 11 yard line for the second TD, and In the water fund $10,497.In committee to serve for the 6 o' will be the parade which
., up their section of the road PA sailed. In the'* same period addition, the city had Increased clock potluck supper are Mr. will assemble on West Palm
with the Flagler county portion.It I Kuleski passed tQ Robbie Tucker: its physical assets $14- and Mrs. Adam Zahn and Mr. St. at 2:15: P. M, when all units
was stated, however, that it I from the 11 for the final TD. I 896.14 to the water fund. and: Mrs. Sydney Wekslcr. which are to participate are re
'is understood Volusia County PAT failed. Score, Bulldogs These assets Include a new Featured on the program will quested to fall (in at that time.
does not now have sufficient ,I Green, Waves 0. 19'1' well and pipe, a ,backhoe ma. be Theodore Weber, concert pianist The parade route will be on
secondary road funds to build The entire team placed a chine water main extensions, I and Mrs. Helen Kruger I Palm to U. S. Highway 1 and
,thefr section of the highway. I rifle ball game on offense and pump and installations and a I who will describe her round-the- south to Moody Blvd. and west
Discussed 'law that prohibits on defense, Coach Manuel said. survey for then we well and a world trip C. A. Jack. Daytona to the court house ,
taking of shellfish from polluted Bunnell Lope pump house.Of Beach, representing the American State Senator Verle A. Pope
waters in Flagler county. Agreedto First downs 11 3 the bond debt, $5,000 was Association of Retired Persons will deliver a short address from
loan use of the county's' boat, Rushing yards 186 54 retired during the year, leavinga will speak on the activities the court house entrance and
to Gene Holly, county sanitarian, Passing yards 11 11 balance of $25,000 to be paid of this,organization, and ex I the Bunneil High School Band ,
,to take required :samples of Passes 1.2 1.4 off in five annual Installmentsof plain the advantages. of mem I will render several patriotic i
water for analysis by the State Yards penalized. 80 59 $5,000.' bership In it. numbers at this location, according .
Board of Health. Bunnell t) 7' 0 12 19 The commission received bids not membersof to the 'parade committee.
'' Fr Lopez. .' 00000' from Lehigh Portland Cement the club are cordially Invitedto Post No. 115 of The American I
agreed
to condemn rights of
The Bulldogs go to Orange Co.: and Atlantic Cement Co. for attend this meeting and are Legion have plans for a booth
:way in the Spurling property at Park Friday night for a non 1,500 barrels of cement for asked to bring a covered, dish, at the court house where eligible ,
" Lake Dlsston for,,.hlgr y. ?pur: street paving. The bids veterans obtain attractive
conference game..'A-large crowd were beverage and tableware. Anyone i may
poses. The rights of way to be is expected, identical In price forbulk or desiring further informationmay I literature on why they Should
100 feet '
wide bags-$3.75 In bulk or' $4.35 in contact Mrs. Ruth Brandt, become members of the Legion, 'j
Agreed to advertise for bids bags. Lehigh' Cement Co. was vice chairman, Flagler Beach, and if proper credentials are
for county owned truck, scales, Tilman Robinson awarded the business.In telephone 4392139. presented they can Join on Veterans I
land and building situated ad. other business Mayor II. V. Day, it was stated.
jacent to Bimini Bar on Highway Explains More Peavy announced that there The post also is urging all
100. The board would sell will be a meeting at the civic Crews ArrivingTo homes and business places to
each item separately or as a center of the Small Muncipalites display all day November 11 the
whole. About WatershedBy at 7 P. M Thursday, Nov. 21. Flag of Country, and to other.
Received a book list frpm .Mrs, Build Beach wise observe and remember
George Moody, chairman of ( Tilman Robinson) John Cannon, librarian at Bun. what the day stands for-honor I

Flagler County Park Board, appeared A public hearing will be held nell High School, as a guide forth I to all veterans of all wars and
before the commissioners in the Flagler County..Court. .. selection of books for the Water I to all patriotic Americans.. I:
SystemThe
.tr". to 'thahk.th n for work on the }Souse"on'th rs(1ay, Novemb"er> : 7,' reactivated city library. 'Commissioner The Cities of Bunhell' and
i park project by the commission. (today) at 9 A. M. on the creation M. B. McDaniel, chairmanof supervisors and construction Flagler Beach, and the Board of
ers and reported on the work the library committee is to I County Commissioners have each
of a water managementarea crews of the E: N MurrayCo. I
already done.School in connection with Flaglercounty's arrange for the school of Bune Vista, Ga, are arriving Issued proclamations urging that
Watershed Project. club to help in setting library// this week and preparingto citizens in general observe the
I The watershed or ralnage area system for the city begin work on constructionof legal holiday. I
Board under consideration comprisessome Instructed City Clerk Nancy the new water system for
190,000 acres in South Rodgers to write a letter to Max Flagler Beach. I SAFETY SUNDAY / '

Met Tuesday in Flagler and North Volusia coun Idelson asking him to clean up They are preparing for the 31 PROGRAM PLANSAT
ties. Some 130,000 acres in Flag. his property or the city will do carloads of' pipe which Is scheduled I LOCAL CHURCH
Routine Session ler County would benefit directly the work and charge it to him. to arrive during the week One hundred motorists will be
from proposed Improvementson Also will request Dr. John M. end. They plan to start stringIng given an attractive copy of the
The Flagler County School the Involved streams which Canakaris to remove a hedge on the pipe next week and then special "A Motorist's Prayer", at
r' Board met Tuesday morning for have a common outlet into the the corner of Moody Blvd. and begin the ditching and laying the morning worship service of
Its stated monthly session, and I, St. Johns River via Crescent Palmetto St because it obscures pipe. They will begin east of the First Methodist Church, Rev.
transacted routine business in Lake The area will be clearly, auto drivers view at that corner. the canal and north of Highway Howard Porter said today. This
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a short session with all mem defined at the time of the hear. 100. They estimate It will take Is part of the Safety Sunday pro
bers present. ing.Soil FLAGLER VOTES YES three or four weeks In the north gram he added.
It was voted to pay hotel and Conservation Service planning ON 3 AMENDMENTSAll end.City Sgt. McKlnnon Safety Director
food expense of Mrs. John Rice, engineers and technicianswho three constitutional amendments Clerk Mrs. Sullivan saidIf ofthe Flagler, Volusia, and Put.
board member, to attend the I have worked up estimateson on the special election there is anyone wanting the nam counties, along with his as
State Assn. of School Board,' the project say that the accrued election ballot Tuesday were water connection and have not slstant directors will be on the
Members at Sarasota. I' benefits over a period of approved by Flagler county already told her about It now program to speak to the Sunday
Agreed to authorize Supt. Z. D. years wil far outweigh the estimated voters. Out of 1875 registered Is the time to contact her so School Classes at 945: a. m. They
Holland to borrow additional total costs of construction voters in the county only 364 that the connections may be will also present a sound mo-
money if tax payments now due (Including Federal partici ''I persons braved the rainy weather provided for as are not sufficient. pation of approximately $760,000.The to vote their convictions. In place. service on Sunday, November10th.
Authorized the superltendent City of Bunnell, which Is Amendment No. 1-electionyes She also said the company of. .
buy what he can of new furniture included in the area whose: 210; no 144.Amendment flclals said they will cooperate Al local law enforcement of.
for the new classrooms at I drainage water is discharged, No. 2-schoolsyeas with the City so that the con. forms are Invited to attend, In-
Carver High School and to ad.I into these streams, would benefit !. 213; no 143. sumers will be Inconvelenced eluding Sheriff Homer Brooks,
vertlse if necessary for other. II somewhat from additional Amendment No. recreation the least possible amount dur Rev. Porter said.
Discussed janitor service at drainage outlets and improved -yes 232; no 122. ing the construction period. Rev Porter said. "Join the
Carver High School and In. drainage from the present out. : The City is asking the Indulgence Crusade for Traffic Safety by ac.
structed Supt. Holland to write lets. In addition Bunnell would YOUR MENTAL HEALTHN. of the consumers duringthe cepting your moral responsibility
letter to Principal to correct benefit indirectly immediately; ( L. Davidson) construction period. to be a safe and sane driver".
unsatisfactory service. from the funds being' spent on' Many people when they hear The Same Company of Orlandohas Rev. Porter will preach on the
Motion to adopt resolution construction and later from the the term mental health think already arrived and will safety theme "Slow and Sin No
asking for matching funds for Increased Incomes of landown first of mental Illness. But mental drill the wells and build the More".
classroom construction at Carver ers who benefit from the lessened health is far more than mere treatment plant at the well site. --
school. flood damage and Increased ly the absence of mental Illness. The land has been cleared this PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Howard Taylor, county agricultural drainage facilities.The Mental health Is something week near the airport and It Is PLANNED BY THE
agent, requested thata Haw Creek Watershed all of us want for ourselves, expected they will pour the METHODIST MENThe
once a month of the Committee of footings for the treatment
meeting composed a cross- whether we know It by name or plant
PTA boys and girls be held dur section of landowners In the not. When we speak of happiness within the next ,few days. Flagler Beach Methodist: ,
ing school hours. Authorized watershed area, has recommend or peace of mind or en. Men's Club will hold a pancakeand i
Supt. Holland to work out ed the formation of the water I'' joyment, or satisfaction we are The green moray eels at Ma. sausage breakfast SaturdayI
schedule with Principal John I management area to the Boardof I usually alking' about mental rlneland of Florida have bluish I j I Morning, November 9.
Baggett. County Commissioners of I health. skin covered by a yellow mucous The committee In charge said ,
The board discussed forminga I Flagler County. The Commissioners which results In a green I they will begin serving at 7 ;
committee to screen magazines were granted authorityto not benefit anyone. And the complexion. This color condition L m., continuing until 1 p.m.
text and library books create and administer such faster and beneficial removal of appears unique among marine I I The breakfast will be served
used in the schools. The board an area by the 1961 Florida these flood waters does not have creatures, for no other speciesis I I at the Methodist Church building .
agreed to Investigate posslbllty I Legislature. any effect on ,the ground water known to be colored in such on South Daytona Avenue,
of organizing such committee. Remember: Flood waters do supply. a manner. I Flagler Beach.


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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,_BUNNELL, FLORID ..Thursday:" IQvber 7,1963

< BOOK NOOK venture. 4dv4tureii that Mr*., tor Joppold1. !,iiJ *nd also ale 'jlnstead of characters of the
uifheJ! j,1fI. THE author's Imagination.Thfa { .
Buffalo Bill recounts are filled about theinvasion J't of a town I
SokoalVex THE SHIP WITHOUT A CREWBy with Intense vividness ana S called Md;,no. is a very good book andI
Howard Peas charm of her style. strongly recommend this bookto

Junior Scientists of America Tod Moran, third mate on the I The book tells of Bullafo Bill's I This book, by the John protagonist Hersey, readers of the high school
uses Joppolo as
The Junior Scientists of America I,tramp steamer Araby Is the courtship, life as a pioneer, success 1 and a worse than regular Army and adult, levels.
(JSA) met at 12:15: P. M. on main character in this book as an Indian fighter, and officer: Marvin, as the antagon This is one of the older booksof
November 4th. Mr. Molyneux, I which Is a series of books. Cap. the avenger of Custer's massacre -I 1st. In his choice of of these the library, but won't you
sponsor, was present, and Thomas tain Tom Jarvis !Is a good friendof and the organization of main characters, I feel that his please come to the library and
Duncan presided. Ten of the Tod's. Tod and Captain Tom the world-wide famous Wild choice is very good, and the way read this book! I'm sure that
club's members attended themeeting II have been on many adventures West Show. This book is a thrilling that he builds up the personal. you will enjoy it

Including Its newest together. story, and important human ity of hi* characters also makes Library Assistant,
member, Pamela Smith.A I Stan Ridley tries to get on the I document and a unique real Jack Abbott
you feel that these are peo-
speech was given concerning !Araby. The first time he didn't: picture of the West 50 years ago.
what the club has accomplished I make It. Tod helped him get Read it! _..- -
and the members decided on Stan finds out that his Library Assistant,
shouldbe I father is In trouble. Kuleski.EVERGLADES.
that the demerit system Harry ..x..
24 HourWrecker
strictly followed. Dues were : Stan's father runs a small Service
set at 5 cents a week, to be paid shipping line among the islands GOLD
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each Friday. around Tahiti. There is trouble By Bert Sockett

Wesley Thomas, reporter. around Tahiti. To find more This is a story of the searchof CO.
about it read the book. It is oil In the Everglades of Flagler Truck & Tractor
Future Teachers of America very good.
Florida. Jed Strong and his FERGUSON
"Oh, 'I hope the nsh are bit Library Assistant, father, Mr. Strong, have organ MASSEY-
Industrial Equipment
ing!"-"Look what I ot-"Oh! Jack Wetherington. I ized the Strong Company which Grove Farm

boy, this Is a big 'un!" Theseare BUFFALO is for the drilling of oil. Also, VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
just a few of the excited remarks MEMORIES OF BILL I there is another company whichis Owner Bunnell, FloridawwwmwwmmJywwwMMMd
which were made by al. Louisa F. Cody competing and this is the
most everyone who went fish This Is a biography of one of Climax Company.
ing In the FTA Fish Pond at the most picturesque charactersIn They are competing for a $50
the Halloween Carnival last American history. From the 000 prize which Is !to be givento
Thursday. Everyone had fun, day of the great Indian fighter's the first producing oil well FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Including the fish. death, life was a wonderful ad. in the state of Florida.

Mary Pache, reporter. There are strange tricks being AMBULANCES
carried out the followup evaluation pulled on the Strong Co. by PHONE VAlley 4 1625
Senior Class News and the question and answer someone and they don't know VTPF
ST AUCUST1NE. FLORIDA
The seniors are, as usual, responsible period. who he is until later. It Is a
for that delicious This excellent film was secured good race for oil to the end. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Am naicmce. We
Chicken Pilau Supper at the through the Flagler-Vo- If you would like to find out and
are always at your service with promptness safety
Halloween Carnival.The lusia Audio-visual center locatedIn what happens at the end, come
seniors would like to ex DeLand.It to the library and check out experience.

press their thanks to Mrs. Nor. is the intention of school this book. Equipped With OXY en Reiusitator and Inhalator
ma Turner, who did such a officials and teachers to inculcate .Library Assistant,
splendid job of preparing the In pupils an awareness of Robert Hoskins. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
food, to the senior room mothers potentially hazardous conditions
who worked so hard to keep as well as supply the knowledge A BELL FOR ADANO E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
everything organized, and to necessary to avoid Injuries before By John Kersey toADY ASSISTANTS
everyone else who helped out they occur. I This is the story of Major Vic
at the supper. It was a real suc ,

cess.
Seniors are still selling annual ,

ads, but Friday, November8th
will be the last day of the NEWCHEVELLE !iBY
sales. The splendid support
which the public has given these 1
annual ads is certainly appre .
ciated. CHEVR01HThe
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Nancy Wilson, reporter. :- '\ find of handling ease '
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you'd expect In a smaller car. '4" (,
Annual
The 1964 Plnea has gone on Come on down and drive It.

sale. We hope ,to sell at least
150 annuals this year. The dead.
line for ordering your annual
will be December 6-
For the first time this year Tfct kind of comfort"uM ,

the inside cover of the annual expect hi s large Interior. "

will be a colored picture. It is Come on down and sit In It
an airplane view taken of the
school and buses. We would like
to thank all of the businessmenwho
gave us an ad for the an.
nual.
The deadline for the ads are
November 8. We hope that this
year's annual will be a large

success. Again we say thank 71/.4r' OJ-t......

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Sue King, reporter. I'i ,'
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PLAYGROUND SAFETY FILM \, ."
SHOWN TO BUNNELL \\i' ,.;
ELEMENTARY PUPILSA
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film entitled: "Safety on ,'.,;. ,';,l" "
the Playground" was presentedto Only a car that looks as good as this could I. ,' I,' "

pupils In grades kindergarten come between Chevrolet and Chevy XL ; '
:
through six on October 30 and "f ,
Come on down and stare at It Mw Cherrlk Malibu Sport COUM I
November 1. ,
The kindergarten sections .
viewed the film October 30. Now-Chevy in " ...
Grades 1.3 viewed the film on spirit a new kind of car !

Friday, at 9 A. M. while grades We built this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions
4.6 saw the film at 10:30: A.M. bumps.
looking beautitul. Held its weight down In the 8,000. And the
The film demonstrated safe fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows
pound range. Then built four lusty engines-two sixes
up beneath this one's
play principles and practices for suave good looks, too.
and two V8's-with output all the way up to 220 hnrvtf! ft/nm/iimn iYTkM_'. 7. T
such games as volly ball, soft- more.Like the fact that Chevene
ball and' football. The proper And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles

use ,of such equipment as you've got the right idea.You've sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models,
swings slides, see-saws, jungle also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and if
gyms, and merry-go-rounds was wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all see) the
demonstrated. Safety hazards traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an
were pointed out to pupils in With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride .Elf. 7 Like to hear more?The listening's easy-to-take price
the film. that reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the at your Chevrolet dealer's-and wonderful
SO's the :
driying.eolouI.
Mr. Cannon, assistant principal
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safe
Introduced the film and Ask about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book E
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Thursday, November 7, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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the giant growing hollow cane

q # .K 1 I Florida are Ideal room.for planters far the PriceaCood .

(By Kerrey Sharp) Thur},-Fri-Sat- SHELTON'S Quantity
Bambopf Oan fcery 4thfrmoinetejr $ovpmber'749r 1963 '" -: '
like Some neigh- --\b(
Bamboos are have Y 9 1 i fan Yl".t ....a Right t. ReservedTelephone ,
nice to around -
borna: rate ofgrowth.
Uie
the tanperaturf by
the. house, it you overlOOk During ciUly periods STORE HOURS"r :
'I WIF Days i 0
some of thel.faults..
culms barely Inch alontwhUe
bamboo
8:00 a ra.- 7W.. p m GROCERY '
Bamboos are also sodalities during hot, humid we ther I Saturdays
bamboo shoots Jump ,,,. 73201.
since they are high flyers. The may I 8:00 am.9:00 pm J
taller species that reach skyward skyward 24 to 36 Inches In 24 : :

nearly 80 feet will cut off hours. "Your Friendly Co-op Store"

. unsightly views, while dense There are more than 400
growing varieties will give peak. species of bamboos. Most of
proof privacy to any enclosure.One these grow In the torplcs, but FLORIDA GRADE "A"

small clump of the I there are a score or more va- rte
"switch-cane" bamboo, U hare ritles that are adapted to Flor
vested and applied properly, ida. They range from midget-
will reduce juvenile delinquency.Other size canes to the giants that STEWINGHENS
uses of bamboo are wave four-score feet into the air.
food, shelter, implements and
utensils. There are two types of bam

Building codes may prevent boo according to growth habit.
construction of a home from These are clump forming and
bamboo, but who could object, running.In Whole jfiC Pound.
to an Oriental model cook-out the clump bamboos the
shelter on the patio? culms, or canes, are close together
because the buds which LIMIT THREE PLEASE
Bamboo food, of course, is
limited to those who like to nibble sprout from, the base of the
on tender shoots or those plant beneath the surface of Flavor Aged FamilySTEAK Florida Grade "A"
who crave the cereal-like grain the ground Immediately turn upward
u
produced by some bamboos. I to form a new sprout 69'Lean Cut-up Stewing

Fishing poles, hangar rods for: The running type bamboo
clothes closet, dart blowers and I I sends out horizontal under. 5 Lb. Avg.
that distribute Hens
musical flutes are among some ground stems 'n MeatySpare $139
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uses for bamboo. Sections of.shoots' at Irregular intervals Package
from a few inches to several
feet. If not kept in check, the Ribs U39

CLASSIFIEDADS running type: can soon, take over Thritway Sliced
a homestead by Invading every

area of the lot. World's Best LI).
Bamboos like reasonably rich BACON 411
and moist soil but well drained Brand D *fCUs.frl9fi

Llatlap ...... U" *...!.* ana soil? They are nearly all ever. e
eeaU per w.rd ...cl..ertl.a. For
n ft." tm mtmlmmm charge.... green. In Florida most of these Ocean
giant grasses replace, their old
FOR RENT-House trailer, $35.00
per month, aflults only, AlA leaves with new ones in the PLUS Lk$. $ 00
Beverly Beach. Call HE 9-2159 spring and early summer. 50 FREE STAMPS Mullet 6
You can get a start of the
Jtov. 7-3tp bunch type bamboo by dividinga On Purchase of S Lbs. Ground Beef |

FOR SALE TRUCKChevy clump of the roots after cut-

long wheelbase steel body, good ting off the canes. The newlyset
condition, good tires. Inquire clumps like warm, moist WILSON'S QUALITY MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE HENDERSON'S

across highway from Bunnell earth to begin a new life. So, SHORTENINGBAKER1TE FINE GRANULATED
Restaurant. Nov. 7-ltc steamy hot summer days are
best for setting ,this type of
'NICE SELECTION of wool ends 1 bamboo. SUGAR

and 54-inch upholstery. Cloth The running bamboos do not
Shop 539 Yonge St., U. S. Highway root readily from stem cuttings.But .
1, Ormond Beach, Florida. with a little care they can 3Lb. 48: lLb. 48 5 Lb. 48
Nov. 7-4tp be propagated from rhizome cut

FOR SALE-2 cabins approxi tings taken in late summer or Tin Tin Bag
in early spring. They can also
mately 10 x 15 will move on your
wood windows ,be transplanted by small plants
lot. Complete ; with pieces of rhizomes. Limit One With Purchase Limit One With Purchase Limit One With Purchase
and mixture
inside 4 inch ceiling
The length of time it takesto $5.0001' More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order $7.00 or More Food Order
lumber
i of other across
from Bunnell Restaurant.Nov. grow a bamboo screen depends
7-r-ltp on the care you give the p Southern 10 Oz.
plants and the soil. Under favorable ANGLE FOOD
FOR SALE-12 gauge double conditions medium sized _
barrel Stevens shotgun. Almost bamboos will reach a maximum CAKE Each 390<<

new Norge washing machine.New height in four to seven years. Jonathan BagAPPLES Limit One
seat covers for 61' Ford 4- The taller species may not reach
door station wagon. Also Danish top growth in 15 years. 4BLg 39e
chair type commode. Call 437- The bamboo is an Interesting Green Giant 16 Oz. Cans
7133, Bimini Bar. Noy. 7-ltc plant to watch grow1.' The culm, Georgia Red Sweet KITCHEN SLICEDPOTATOES'

whether large or small, has the
For
WANTED to do ironing at my ge BEANS
4 7ge
same diameter when it first
home. Will pick up and deliver.
comes above the surface of the .
Call ID 73669. 10-24-tf Fresh Tender String
ground as it does when fully
1962 FORD STATION WAGON- grown. This is especially Interesting BEANS 2 Lbs. 19 e Shurnne CannedBISCUITS
,
For Each
4 door, radio, heater standard when the large diameter, Se
transmission, new tires. Checkedand culms blast off. U. S. No. 1 Red
Limit Four PleasePOTATOES
serviced by competent mechanic If you are a close observer,
after repossession. On you will quickly note that the 5 Bag 29*
display at Bank parking lot sheath that envelopes the culmis Jiffy Com Muffin

Cash or terms. Sorry, no trades. usually pushed off as Regular
MIX I
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL. branches develop. However, in _ _ Package 5e
Oct. 24-tfc some varieties the sheaths re Limit 2 Please
main attached for some time.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
These sheaths are the "trade
fields installed; snail shelL Reasonable mark" for a number of the bam Morton's

prices. Call George 8-1-tf Ja- boos. Therefore, It is often quite POT PIES 5 For 99c SAVE TOP VALUE
roz. ID 7.3410 easy :to recognize the better

HELP WANTED Couple to run known bamboo species from Chicken-Turkey-Beef STAMPS FOR FREE

restaurant, living quarters in. the sheats alone. Seald Sweet 6 Oz. .
Bamboos In general seem to
cluded. Must have experience.
ORANGEI For
Will pay great percent of grossto shy from common names. If you JUICE Z 490 CHRISTMAS GIFTS
right party. Animal Land, are looking for medium sized
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler clump type bamboo, then try
Beach. 8.1U.JoHNsTOrrs the Bambusa multiplex. If your

""""' new planting must be a colossal 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
production, then plant Bambusa
arundlnacca. An inbetweensize TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. bamboo is called Dlstlcha.MWSU&HSE .
LOTS, HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
WATER FRONT, FARMS, E"r-Fre.h Twin Pke. $1.00 Worth of Light $5.00 or More Food

ACREAGE ;; Potato Chips Bulbs Order
8M as for your real Mtatt needs' YMI Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

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FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, November 7, 19637aqL'
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I WOMAN'S CLUB |MOTHER OF MRS. I.,;"'r .. .; .. .
The Flagler Woman's Clu'b
plans to meet November 13th fora :MCNAB PASSES J
business meeting at the clubhouse / _
AWAY MONDAYMrs.
at 2 P.M. I
Calendar Chairman Mrs. Ruby C. Duncan, 73, of PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

Frank Brede announces the i 764 Peninsula Drive, Ormond November 7, 8, 9, 1963 RESERVED
copy for the 1964 calendar has I Beach, passed away Monday
gone to the printers but names
afternoon at Clyatt Memorial
can still be added to the copy.
Anyone who has not been contacted Geriatric Center in Daytona Your Friendly Home Owned SupermarketFlorida

please get your names to Beach.
Mrs. H. G. Heydt, or to any club She was born in Covington,
member. Ind., and came here in 1959 Grade "A" D and D (Whole) Palm River Sliced
Mrs. Flossie Haines said the from Arlington, Va. She was a
public is Invited to visit the Lb. Lb.
Congregationalist and belongedto *
club library each Thursday aft FRYERS 29 BACON 49
ernoon. New books are comingIn the Alpha Phi sorority of De

frequently.A Pauw University, Greencastle, Limit Three Please
rummage sale of secondhand Indiana.
clothing and household Survivors Include her husband, Western Corn Fed Center Cut Fresh Boston Butt

articles will be on display each John M.J; two sons, John M. Jr.,

Thursday. Birmingham, Mich., and Donald Pork Chops L. 69< Pork Roast 49*
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METHODIST CHURCH C., Daytona Beach; three daughters
I Mrs. J. J. Kelley, San Diego,
The Boy Scout Troop 495,
sponsored by the Men's Club,; Calif.; Mrs. Roy L. McNab, Flag. Copeland's All Meat U. S. D. A. Grade Choice Beef Full Cut
wish to thank the people who I let Beach; Mrs. William W Wll

bought candy and all the Methodist son, Arlington, Va.; (another 1 Lb. Round or Sirloin i
FRANKS
Men who aided them in daughter, Mrs. Frederick E. -49 lk-89
seelllng it last Monday night. Middleton, Washington, died Cello
The boys sold out their orderof last Tuesday.) one brother, EarlO.
candy and have ordered an I Coffing, Santa Cruz, Calif.;
,American Flag and a Troop I FOLGER'S HENDERSON'S YOUR FAVORITE
and
17 grandchildren seven
Flag with the profits.
The Men's Club will meet great grandchildren. INSTANT SUPERFINE SHORTENING
Funeral services will be held
next
Monday evening, Novenv
ber 11th, in the church building the latter part of this week in
at 7:30. Washington with interment in
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, I Arlington National Cemetery. COFFEE SUGAR CRISCO
Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton -
Mrs. Roger Hoose, Mrs. Ed-j

ward Johnson Kruger attended and Mrs.the Leonard.church'JOHN[ C. FLOWERS, & Oz. 59 5 Lb. 3 Li.

school Methodist conference Church in at Daytona Trinty FORMER BEACH Jar lag 49 Can 59

Beach last Sunday afternoon. RESIDENT DIES

Church school time is at 9:45A. : John Calvin Flowers of 433 LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH YOUR $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
= .M. and morning worship is at Elsie Ave., Holly Hill, former
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold. resident of Flagler Beach, pass.
Hoover, minister. ed away Monday at the Flagler 21/Z Can Shut-fine Shut-fine Evaporated

Mf; HUGE PTA CARNIVAL SUCCESS years Clinic of and age.Hospital. He was 73 Peaches 2 For 55< MILK 8 Large $l 00 I

5 i The Flagler Beach PTA Carnival He was born in Brundidge, Cans
was a howling success Alabama, and resided in Flagler
last Saturday.Part Beach a number of years, beIng .
303 DelMonte 303 Delmonte
Golden C S
I of the proceeds will be I employed by the Flagler
used to purchase a new set of, Beach Hotel. He moved to Holly
encyclopedias for the school 11. Hill about seven years ago. He PEAS 4F" 89* CORN 5" 89<
I brary. The carnival committee was a veteran of World War I.

2 II P wishes to thank everyone who Survivors include his wife,
contributed in any way toward Callie; a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Pepperidge Farm Patio Diet Rite
t the carnival and the dinner. Skinner, Miami; six sisters, Mrs.


I Johnson Scouters'Scoutmaster attended Banquet Leonard at the and the Adult Mrs.Palmetto Nola Winter, Mrs.Fleming Garden Trudy, Mrs.; Brown Mrs.Eva,Thelma all Gardner of Stuffing fg:k:: 29* Cola 6 Cartow Bottles I* 33*

I Ayres, Daytona Beach; Mrs.
, Club in Daytona Beach as Alam McLeod, Grady, Ala.; Mrs. CORN MEAL STUFFING.............. 31c (Plus Deposit)
guests of Troop. 495 last Saturday
n Mertle Griffen, Tupelo, Miss.; i
evening. and four grandchildren. Joe Crain's Florida Grade "A"
The body will be sent to Atlanta Guaranteed Fresh Large Each
y COMMUNITY CHURCH FAB
' for service and burial. 25
c I The Ladles Guild will serve Medium Doz. Box'
a turkey dinner at 6 P.M. tonight Eggs 2 89<
j In Fellowship Hall. Following fession, a profession begun bya (Limit 2 Please)
dinner a short devotional very few excellent reporters
will be led by Rev. R. W. named Matthew, Mark, Luke and
Dlckert and a short business John. Some great reporter in FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODSYellow
meeting will conclude the eve.I Genesis told the story of the
ning. i'I world in 400 words and there are CookingONIONS 24 Oz. Winter Garden
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. only 297 words In. !the Ten Commandments . APPLE
I
with classes for all ages. At the "".
I 11 o'clock worship service, Rev.I That is great reporting. The 3 25e P EACHY PIES 3 For. $1.
Dlckert will speak on "The Lord Gospels are still the best reporting .
As He Is Portrayed from Genesis i Job, ever done. Christ never (Limit 3 Please)
U. S. No. 1 White 10 Lbs.
to Revelations in the Holy Scrip I,left a written word. We only 10 0:. Birdseye
tures." know Him through the eyes of Kraft CUT CORN
the Reporters of his time." POTATOES Bag 39 e GARDEN PEAS <* For *
BAPTIS TCHURCH A little step towards an animal SPINACH JL jlfij
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. shelter so need at Flagler SQUASH MIXORMA5
and morning worship is at 11 Beach are some up-to-the minute Fresh Green
o'clock with Rev. AUee Stevens, booklets on pet care given the 10 Oz. Booth Breaded
pastor. Training Union is at 6:15 library by my favorite vet Dr. CABBAGE Pound 5c SHRIMP .
P.M. and evening worship is at ,W. Deans of Holly Hill. He also 2pk 99cWWJWWWWWWU

7:30. gave a black wire stand for dlsl ..........,.......J"..,}'.....".".",}I"...........!'...
play purposes.

Books Are My DishBy be The sarved life of from a dog information or cat could in ::50 EXTRA FREE 50 50 EXTRA FREE !$ft V 50 EXTRA FREE 5O

Dorothy Homons these booklets. There are also S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN
STAMPS
I The Curtain: Rises Quentin books on animals from Mr.
With this and With this
E'I coupon your and With
coupon your this
Reynold's account of a war cor liott Soule. And Mrs. Purchase of coupon and your
6 Cans Gaines Purchase of $5.00 More
or Purchase
respondent's incredible life is in White gave four splendid volumes Food 1 pkg. 15 Super
Dog 99c
Food Order
the Flagler Woman's Club Li : The Illustrated Library, Gilette Razor Blades
brary. of Natural sponsored by The I Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon
I. I like what he says about reporting American Museum of Natural l I Saturday, Nov. 9, 1963 Saturday, Nor. 9, 1963 Saturday, Nov.Expires 9, 1963'pAGE
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Thursday, November 7, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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and Mrs. D. D. Moody; Mr. and Issue of "McCalls" the prevention The louder he talked of his

Mrs. Benny Black; Jennie Moody of dental disease Is much!I honor the faster we countedour

Black Mr. and Mrs. Hal Lee wiser than waiting to repair the spoons-Ralph Waldo Emer

i and family; Rev. and :Mrs. Howard result of neglect Since 60 percent son.
Porter and son Paul; Mr. of dental disease can be [

LOCBLS and Mrs. Ray Mercer and children prevented it Is hoped (that "The i Breath sweetners are more than

I I Rebecca, Martha Frank design for Teaching Dental .4,000 years old. Court officials
I and Louis; Mrs. Luellen Deen; Health in Florida Schools" will I in ancient China were required

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvingtonand be used In Flagler County for to hold cloves In their mouths

DISTRICT PASTORS J' I sons Kevin and Barry; Mr. the benefit of our children, Dr. when addressing the emperor.
MEETING HELD IN Moody FamilyReunion and Mrs. Zack Holland, Zack Jr. Reynolds continued.TRANSPACIFIC .

METHODIST CHURCH I and Grant Holland; Mr. and Mrs.

The School of Evangelism for Sunday M. B. Fuller. FLIGHT IN 1935 The 1928 opening of the lam-
Pastors of the Deland District ous Tamlaml Trail (Ta-Miaml,
The Pacific largest of all
was held Monday morning at Drew 140 PersonsThe a name coined from Tampa and
Betty Miller President Volu- oceans, was the first to be
the First Methodist Church of I Miami, the cities it connects)
Assistants spanned by commercial aircraft. .
Dental
ala
County
Bunnell. The meeting was pre- provided the city of Naples with
ninth annual Reunion of Society Marjorie Schatz and The historic flight was made by
sided over by Dr. Joe Tolle District the first land link with Fort My
Superintendent.Thirty/ the Moody Family was held at Helen Carrigan, attended the Capt. Eddie Music, first chief ers to the north and Miami to
five Methodist Ministers the Bunnell Civic Center Sunday Mid-Winter State meeting in Orlando pilot of Pan American Airways the east "', ,
with 140 persons attending.The last weekend with the In November 1935.
of the district were present
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State Officers and Component
At noon the Womens Societyof was welcomed by
group Officers to talk to each other HOME ON LEAVE
Christian Service of the local I I M. B. Fuller who acted as master
personally and to discuss the
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church served a chicken dinnerto of ceremonies. Introduction
problems of each local society.Dr. .
,those present. I'I'I of family groups was made by JMV

Mrs. Walter Knight. State Senator f
Loo( AT ?; TWENTY YEA t/
Verle Pope was introducedand Sterba Public Health UNCLE JUl AND TWENTY
I gave a a short talk statinghe Nurse Mrs. Margaret Taylor IN HK OLD / POUNDS '
i was glad to be a "member Pauline Mitchell, and Dr. and UNIFORM I r NE CANT Now IN THE OLD

I I of the family by invitation." Mrs. Allen Reynolds attended a GtN10N N OA'lwe pir' .
14PiC A LITRE
f .
last weekend at the 1'
KAREN ELAINE ANDERSON workshop A DIFFERENTLY
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson'I I Andy Yelvington" sang "I'll State Board of Health In Jack d u1MT N .1 MIYIN FSACKul
Walk With God. He was accompanied

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of Jacksonville announce the I sonvllle with prominent educators
by Ray Mercer as-
birth of a daughter, born on No I of Florida to discuss a new .;
Organist.Rev. loot-u 4P
vember 3, at the Baptist HospitalIn I guide book "Design for Teach. 3t
Jacksonville. She has been Howard Porter, pastor of ing Dental Health in Florida ti '

given the name of Karen Elaine. II I the First Methodist Church of I Schools" soon to be used In -

Mrs. Anderson is the daughter: Bunnell gave the invocation I Flagler County.Dr. s

of Mrs. Colleen Dupont of Bun and this was followed by a basket I Reynolds said Flagler Y
nell. I picnic dinner. County is lucky to be selectedas JI'

I one of the few counties to get
Following the dinner, a review of this book
MELINDA KAT BAKER the first printing
II of the Family History was given
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bakerof that was jointly sponsored by .Li4-
Bunnell announce the arrival by Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. the Florida State Dental Society -

of a daughter born October 30 I, Zack Holland. They reported The Florida State Board of
at the Flagler Clinic and Hos that copy for the Deen family; Public Health and the State Department i1ii) _
a.
history with the Miles and
pital. She has been given the I of Education at a cost
h hvQx
Moody connections was almost
name of Melinda Kay. : of about $14,000.As '
ready to be published. I ( 21ai r8 r- lf I r
She is the grand daughter of Indicated in the November

Mrs. Carlton Johnston of Bun They are also working on the I

nell. Moody History which will soon I I 'VIII:1: II

be completed. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Palmquistand Signing the register: from I.
son Mitchell of Jacksonvlle Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ,

spent the past weekend here, Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Downie

attending the Cracker Day Celebration Din and Robin, Mr. and Mrs. \h'' ,
and visiting friends. M. S. Collins and Lisa, Mrs. Lula : -
Kimberly Irma, Cecil and II. H.

Nell Johnston, student at Florida Kimberly, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. O. j .
State University in Tallahassee Blanton, Jo and Janet Blanton'

spent the past weekend Quinton Deen, Grady Deen, Mrs. _
here visiting with her parents, Mary Waters, and Mrs. Juanelle -'I \
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnston. Stewart.
From Baxley, Ga. were: Mr. rs 'Hri-.
Visiting here this week with and Mrs. A. H. Lynch, James

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvington Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I rWA

is her cousin, Henry Gilbert Anderson Deen and Connie, Leroy Bowen,
of Reldsville, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Upchurch,
Jr., and children, Mr. and Mrs.
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Weekend guests of Mr. and Alden Carter and son, Mr. and

Mrs. Walter Knight were Mr. Mrs. Eddie Ray Upchurch and llllh1llllllhI ll1i II

and Mrs. Horace Locke and son children.Mr. .

David and Susan Cold of Tampa. and Mrs. E. G. Fowler and llMIM1'' lllt' I "I I Ih'
children and Mrs. I
Mrs. Lacke and Mrs. Knight are D. S. Howellof

sisters and they came over to attend Waycross, Ga.
the Moody Reunion on Sun. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith, Mr.
day. and Mrs. T. J. Dowdy and Dr.
and Mrs. Joe Dowdy and Kayeof

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber had High Springs. .. .... .:::::: ..
as their guests recently their Coming from Tampa were Mr.

son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Locke, David

and Mrs. J. E. Barber, of Montgomery Locke, Susan Cold, Mr. and Mrs.

Alabama. They accompanied Vance Brannen, Tommy and 1 j. 0
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the Barbers to Montgomery Jayneen Brannen.
where they visited for ten Mrs. Ruth Ireland, Mi and

days, returning to their home Mrs. T. J. Dent, Mr. and Mrs. it '---

here Tuesday night. Mrs. J. E. John Upchurch, Sr., and Louis 'I'I'I- __

Barber accompanied them on the Deen, Orlando.Mr. .
return trip and will visit here and Mrs. Fred McKenzie,
until the weekend.Mr. I Satsuma; Mr. and Mrs. I. L
Moody, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Instantly. Anytime Electrically!
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and Mrs. Andy Yelving Julian Horton New Smyrna; Mr. .
ton and sons, Kevin and Barry' and Mrs. J. II. Mercer Ormond r

were In Gainesville Sunday afternoon Beach; Mr. and Mrs. S. L. De-
visiting with Mrs. Robert Loach, Sr., Mrs. Neal Williamsand With uper-faat, auper-safft, silent'electric water heateryou'll ;"fi ,
enjoy plenty of hot water for every need. i ilnatantJy.
Carr who Is a patient In theJ. son New Smyrna; Adolp ...with flameler cleanlineof and peace of mind. tiFa4 f 'oN''" ','
Hlllls Miller Clinic. Mrs. Carr Deen, Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Fred It'a completely automatic and carefrea. ,just install it wand
underwent surgery there last Morehouse and four children forget It. No flame or conitant-burninc pilot light to } \
weekend and is reported as Im Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. V. M. worry about..no burner to adjut..no unpleasant fume .t' a c+
proving satisfactorily.Mrs. Hickox, Rockledge. Since flameleM electric water heater need no flue, tl'
Those from Flagler Beach were It can be tucked away anywhere. AQ the beat goer into "a
Lillian Hersey and Ra the water-none k wasted up a vent. 'Arenoe s y
Mr. and Mrs. George Sr.
Moody
beth Hersey spent Friday afternoon ; Mora than a million Florida fam3i have twitchedto the Iutcl"Q \
Mr. and Mrs.
George Miles '
electric water heating becauae flamtlett make the .
and A
evening in Gaines. .11,600 s
Moody and Gary Watson; Mr. BIG difference.: See the new model -round, square, or r
ville. Raybeth attended the and Mrs. Leonard Moody and counUrtop your appliance dealer, plumbing or electrical
Homecoming festivities there at Eula Lee Moody; Miles Moody contractor.

the High School. Lynn Orem, Mr. and Mrs. Judson

Kay Swayze-, Rita- Diamond, Stryker Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. '
Wanda Mercer and Mrs. Frank Durrance. tt -tIN; oMar 2( flameless
; :
were local Eastern Star mem Present from Bunnell were: : CNSA.IR roe .. ,.... h j.
bers who attended the DelandO. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Knight,
... .." FLORIDA PONE ft LICIT CIMMitI
E. S. Chapter Friendship Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durrance ._
,1 "1"'.. AYILD ILOR/OA
Rebecca and Leona ,
Night, Tuesday evening. Ann; Mr. .
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AGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday, November 7, 1963

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Hurricanes PackMan's ing seas, flooding, and winds.Of al waters north of the Equator Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune IN ,THE CIRCUIT COURT OPKLAULKR

these, the most destructiveis anywhere from the Cape Verde JIM 4 Year In Advance IN CHANCERY COUNTY' AO., 4773 FLORIDA

the action of waves and hurrlcanes Islands, off Africa, west to the OLLY JERNIOAN

Punch But tides which In few REQUEST FOR BIDS Plaintiff.
a Gulf of Mexico. The storms
t given that the VI.
hours, can cause as much e1'OCl' tend to travel west to northwest East Il"rbU'ul Co.flyGDytrict ( JUANITA JBRN1OANDefendant
Bear Girl NamesThe cf Jla..l.r Beach. Florida, WIll
ion as a century of ordinarywave
then veer north to north.
accept sealed at the office lo NOTICE TO DEFEND
action. east when they reach colder rated 7 f'rI4:0 h of Flal ; THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
sends ,
cry "Hurricane Beach on Highway ALA, up to nd JUANITA JERNIOAN. I
inhabitants of the western At. i waters. But there is infinite va until 6:00: P. M. on Tuesday. November whose place of residenceand
A hurricane can pour billions 19th. ( or postmarked post office adddress

lantlc lands scurrying for cover I of tons of water, more than an rlatlon In this basic pattern. prior to Ill 'e and date, fo, are unknown
the followingthatwing for fiscal year ending You are hereby' notified that a
year after year. area's normal annual rainfall, The Galveston hurricane of September 30th. 1964. I cult has been filed against you In
Furnish approximately 10 000 gallons the above entitled cause: and you
I
The devastation recently I in just a few hours. People and 1900, in which some 6,000 per No. 2 Fuel Oil to be delivered are hereby required answer
ktoorlhr.o'to
animals 'drown and to the District's storage tank at with the i.
; crops property sons died began in the tropical
caused by hurricane Flora In shop north of Flagler Beach. FlorIda and to serve a copy thereof uponthe

Hatl and eastern Cuba again I are laid waste in the ensuing mld-Atlantic, moved Into the In quantities suitable for the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
capacity of storage tanks which whose name and address Is:
dramatically demonstrated the; floods. Gulf of Mexico, and headed Into 6SCO gallon' P. B. HUFF

the United States over the Texas Quotations: :Include all applicable; 105 N, 2nd Street
awesome? might of a tropical To be rated as a hurricane by taxes and to be Arm bid based on P. O. Box 44S
storm. / coast. The same storm, In various (0 degree F. Temp. and to stat Palatka, Floridanot
meterologists, a storm must have terms of paymen later than December 9th, A. D.
phases was later traced to .
Furnish approximately 2,000 gallons 11163.It.
winds of at least 74 miles
Despite today's sophisticated per the Great Lakes, eastward across Gasoline to be delivered to you fall to do so, decree pro
hour. But the highest winds the District's Headquarters north confesso will be entered against
forecasting techniques, hurricanes the Atlantic, past northern of Flagler Beach. Florida, in quan. you for the relief demanded in the
still{ baffle meterologists. have never been accurately determined titles for storage. tank facllltle! bill of complaint The nature of
and into Siberia.
Anemometers oft Europe, I Bidder to rurnisn storage tunic of laid-- suit Mint-- for divorce
; are
Erratic behavior such as Flora's COO gallon capacity with dispensing WITNESS my hand and seat of
en blown the winds and meter. Quotations to Inelude aid Court this Jth of Novem-
away by ,For some years, the U.S. Weather pump day
flve hizzag Journey over
day
all applicable taxes and to ber A. D. J 63.

Cuba, can confound the best. being measured. Bureau has assigned girls' be a Arm bid, stating terms of pay I, (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
ment. Clerk of said Circuit
Court
informed prediction, the Nation. Winds must have reached 200 i names to hurricanes and ty Furnish approximately 2,000 gal. By Julia R. Harvey

phoons, but other systems have Ions of U P. Gas, delivered to the Deputy Clrk.
al Geographic Society says. to 250 miles per hour during Districts' Headquarters north ot: Noy TU.21.28-Hc

Moot Destructive Storms been tried. Gordon E. Dunn, director Flagler Beach Florida. Bidder to
some hurricanes, engineers estimate Furnish storage tank and dispensing IN THE COUNTY JUDOFTH! COURT
and Banner I. Miller
to have done the damage re pump with meter. Quotation 'I* AND FOR FLAGLKR COUN-
Weathermen consider the At. search meterologist, of the Na in be Arm bid. TV, .FLORIDA ''IN PROBATE.
left In the storms' wakes. Bids will be opened at the offic CAME MO. Ml
lantlc hurricanes and its sisters tional Hurricane Center at Miami on Tuesday, 'November 19th, 1963, IN RE: Estate of
.
After huricane
-the: 'Pacific hyphoon, the cyclone a struck the Florida tell this in their M. DEN F. PATRICK deceased.'
story com 7Succe
Keys in 1935, it was found tul bidder will be notified NOTICK. OF FILING PETITION
of the Bay of Bengal and prehenslve work Atlantic Hurri following the District's tabulation FOR FINAL ni that victims had literally been ; ADMINISTRATOR i"1
of bids
the Arabian Sea and the Australian
sandblasted canes' The District reserves the right TO .ALJJ' TOOliITMAT CON-
willy-willy nature's to death-their to: reject any and all bids and to CERN: ' \

clothes were torn oft, their skin "Early In the century a fore. waive any Informalities In bidding Notice' Is hereby given that I
most destructive storms. East Flagler Mosquito have filed mv Anal return as administrator
abraded. caster Jn Australia named hurricanes Control District: for the estate of BEN
Lyman I Secretary F. PATRICK, deceased; that I have
Cage
The Atlantic Mom *
hurricane which In the
Tropics In his area after_ __ po Nov. 7.U-te filed my petition for Anal discharge
occurs seven to eight times a Hurricanes are born in tropic. litical figures whom he disliked.By and that I will anolr to the Hon.-
T. K. McKN GHTn
PUBLIC NOTICE OP MEETING TO County
nudge
year, is not as concentrated as properly naming a hurricane, DKTKRMINH POPULATION OKPKYKNTII of Flagler County, Florida

a tornado. But it packs a punch the weatherman could publicly JUDICIAL FLORIDA CIRCUITOF of on the November same and 21. for 1963 final for dischargeas approval

estimated as the equivalent of describe a politician (who perhaps Notice Is hereby given by thunderalsned administrator of the estate of
BEN F.
Census Commlsslut PATRICK deceased.
500,000 atomic bombs of the type for theFANIIY was not too generous with heretofore appointed by the Honorable October 24th, 1963.

dropped on Nagasaki in World weather bureau appropriations) Farris Bryant as Ooveruo SHarlan H. PatrickAdministrator
of the
of to determine under au- estateof
War II. :,, as 'causing great distress' or o tldoai Chapter 31.393 of the BEN F. PATRICK, 'de
966 laws of Florida (Second V.\; ceased.
Topical. hurricanes inflict 'wandering aimlessly about the tra ordinary Sessions) the population Oct. 24-31& Nov. 'I.14-4tc
+ of the Seventh Judicial Crr-
,
damage in three ways: pound. Pacific. cult of Florida, composed of the: ENTH I\ TIE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
counties of St.
0 D IUthnbatu: AND FOR
---- cci I'lagler and public; FLAGLER COUNTY
-- hearings be held by such commissioners "FLORIDA CHANCERY. CASH
N0.
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4792
to receive evidence and
PETERSON TEXACO proof needed to assist said con.mlfisloners .- RUTH SANDFORD ADAMS.
in determining the nuin- Plaintiff
YOU ARE ,.
SERVICE of fluid Seventh .
ber of Inhabitants *
ITEM: Two common natural water Judicial Circuit and whicu I.ear- FRANK ADAMS

HIVINGBU1DI problems are excessive hardness ROAD SERVICE ngs said commissioners have dueu- Defendant
ed advisable to be held at the tol- NOTICE '
r
and high iron content Cal. I Light Mechanical Work lowing times and places to-wit: THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

I cium and magnesium are the I Phone 437-3441 Bunnell I Time: November 25th, 1963 9:00: Frank Adams
principal hardness materials 'clock A. M. P. O. Box 423.
are Place: Circuit Court Room in Mossyrock
found in excessive amounts In Halifax Law Center. Holly HI'l! Washington.

"' about 85 per cent of the nation's Florida You are hereby notified that a
000 S I Time: November 2Dth 1903.! : 3,00 suit has been filed against you In
water supplies. These minerals, 1 o'clock P. M. the above entitled cause; and you

combined with soap, form soap CommunityMemorial Place: Circuit Court Room In are hereby required to
Flagler County Court House Bun. ewer with the Clerk rihr.oo.t: :
curds that to dishes and fabrics
cling
I and
I nell Florida. to serve a copy thereof upon
so they don't look as clean as Churchlaterde..mlaatlo..l TimeNovember 28th. 1963 9:0i: ) the ,plaintiff or plain tift', attorney,
I II o'clock A, M. I whose name and address Is:
should. Iron
they content causes Place: Court Room B. In Putnam W. L. WADSWORTH

0 water to look red or brown in I County Court House, Palatka, P. O. Box 898

color. A water softener takes care AIR CONDITIONED 'lorlda. latternthan November
I Time: November 26th 1963. 2:30: I not 19th, A. D.
of problem No. 1. If iron contentis Daytona Ave. o'clock P. M. 1962.confeeso. ,

extremely high an iron filter Place. Circuit Court Room In St. fall to
BEACH
FLAGLER Johns County Court House St. A.V- will be enter de against
. When at 50 miles hour
per does the Job. Iron may also be for the
f us tine Florida.Iated Gill relief demanded in the #
you attempt to pau a vehicle removed by chlorination and then Sunday School 10:00 A. M. this 1st day of November ot complaint. The nature of

without being able to tee at least filtration Church Service 11:00 A. M. I A. P. 19D3.S \ 4'y 'h arndd'andC'.eal'
/ / W. C. PERRY. Chairman.
one-third of a mile ahead. of
said
S.
:! Court thlll 16th
R. W. DICKERT, Pastor day ot October -
A.
APPLEBY D.
/CHARLES J. 1963.
ITEM: A dull or matte wall surface KtERYONB: WELCOME l' (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

is a better background for /SNATHAN I. WEINSTEIN Clerk ot laid Circuit Court
HASTINGS MATTRESS I By Julia n.
furnishings than a shiny surface, As Census Commission Harvey
Deputy Clerk
i & UPHOLSTRY WORKS remind home management spe NOTICE appointed by Governor to Oct 17.24.31 & Nov. 7-4tc
The Board of Public Instruction determine population of
a; 71012 Lemon St. clalists. Smooth, shiny walls are of Flagler County will receive Seventh Judicial Circuit. IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Palatka cold and glaring, but a somewhat aecompletesELTY furnish and system Nov. 'I-H-Ztc J'LAfH.ER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Florida '
is distribution I (
rough texture interestingand
more
Phone EA 5-9166 In all the Bchools In lbeleobtained IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT, KV- PAUL };LTON IHENDRICKSON,
comfortable to the .
more
eyes.Also Specificationsperintendentmat can NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Plaintiff,
Furnitu \ Upholstering remember that light, soft thetFlaglerntounty FLORIDA. IV AND FOR KLAULKR -
Repaired & Refinished : COUNTY. Nit. 4773.MAltUO BERTHA HENDRICKSONNOTICE .
colored walls make a room seem -ourthouse In Bunnell FUgler D. KIRIAKES, .
Mattresses & Box Springs larger than do dark colors. Co Florida. Plaintiff TO DEFENDdant
Made ic Order Also RenovatedCall Each bid must be scaled and THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
S.
marked "Bid on ETV Distribution ANASTASIOS'c. KIRIAKES, BEItT1IA HENDRICI SON
Laura Morris 437.3233 ITEM: A number of paints in System" and delivered or mailed a minor JANULLA QIKIAQUIKAZAQUI. 81 Sheridan Street
After 6:00 .n as to reach the office of the Pa,
P. M. PANAJO
various colors have been developed County Superintendent nt the QIRIAQUI You areeherreby notifted
OEORUE and FRANK that
PRICES REASONABLE. for canvas. They provide a County Courthouse In Bunnell QIRIAQUI. suit has been filed against a
PYLE, as Administrator ad Litem yoU In
Florida, to the
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. flexible weather-resistant Aim and Flagler>:.00 A. M.County on November 14 prior. 1963.A of the Estate of CHRISTOS O.Klrlakes are hereby above entitled required cause to file: and YOU

Just as near as your should be applied to clean, dry cashier check, certified check or deceased. Defendant saver with the Clerk of this your an.
Phone or Post Office surfaces Ask bank draft representing Ave (5%; ) and to serve a copy thereof Court
only. your paint bid must ac- NOTICE TO ORKKNDTN the plaintiff Upon
per or
Drop Us A Card or Call dealer for the one best suited to .: cenyt1htheblttotal THE NAME OF THE STATEOF whose name and plalntltf'*""" 'I.attorney:'
Free rick-up & Delivery individual needs. The Board of Puubllc Indtruc- FLORIDA. H. T. COOK :
your ........
tlon reserves the right to reject TO: JANULLA QIRIAQUI KAZA- -v..W4,
anY and/or all bids and to waive QUI not later than November
any formalities or Informalities In Rue! Rexhep Pesa 4 1IIU. 19th. A.D.

bidding1. I Tirana, Albania If yoU fall to do so. decree
ATTEST: GEORGE QlRIAQUl contelllO will be entered pro
/ / RAYMON F. TUCKER. Rep. 309Mamuros I you for tht relief demanded again
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. In
Chairman. Albania bill ot complaint The the
/8Z.. D. Holland PANAJO QIRIAQUIRue said suit being for divorce.nature ot
County Superintendent.Nov. Rexhep Pexa 4 WITNESS my hand
H CRAIG. Funeral Director I laid and seal ot
7-ItcIX Tirana Albania Court this 16th day
--- YOU ARE HEREBY!: NOTIFIEDthat bt'r A. D. 1361. ot Octo

JOHN HARDIN, Associate : TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF a Complaint for assignment of (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
PLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDAIN dower to MAKOO D. KIRIAKES In Clerk of said Circuit
AIR OXYGEN CHANCERY NO. -CTM the Estate of her deceased hus D7 Julia R. Harvey Court

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED JOHN W. SICLEY Plaintiff band has been mri -os..g:; O. KIRIAKES.you and Oct. 17-24-31 ABUNWELL Noy.f eClerk

VI. you are hereby notified and required -
'ITENDANT'AMBULANCES ELSIE A. 8ICLEYDefendant. to Ale your answer or pleadings .
to said Complaint In the officeof
NOTICE TO DEFEND the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn Tdkf
Phone ID 7-3532 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I and for Flagl-r County. Florida, Tiltglrr i 1I.1hn,
ELSIE A. SICLEY it his office in the Courthouse inBrunel I
Post Office Box se ? Florida I and to serve a
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Sand Lake. New York I copy 01 such answer or pleading FLORIDA

You are hereby: notified that a upon HJ5SRY P. DUFFETT, Esq.,
suit has been filed against you In Plaintiff's Attorney herein, whose
the above entitled cause; and you address I* 142 Volusla Avenue. Dayton MRS !rl. B. FULLER, Editor
are hereby required to file your answer Reach Florida on or before
with the Cleric of this Court.and the of December, 1963,
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe : rI"f'3aty
to serve a copy thereof upon as r the laws of Florida De.Ig..te4 Oflielal ...
..
.lIe. .
the plaintiff or platlnlff attorney, and the Florida Rules of Civil .
fire insurance policies w* writ still give the same whose name and address is: ProcedureIF tee Public JI'.tlft. .( FI gU0aty. .
FRENCH C. DAVIS YOU FAIL TO DO SO A DE-
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad. 623 North Halifax Avenue CKEE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE ...lel..IIU.. therein

dltional coverage. benefits-Home Owner's Policy- at very Daytona Beach. Floridanot ENTERED AOAINHT YOU FOR ..1 the State .f .....rI..
later than November 25th A. D. THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN
little extra costRemember 1953.If. SAID COMPLAINT.The .
you fall to do so. decree pro Flagler Tribune is hereby Entered
confesso will be entered against designated as the newspaper In as second class matter
H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you hill for the relief demanded In the which this notice shall be publish February 6, UII at the
take advantage of these extra Telephone 4373361 of complaint. Th. nature of I ed once a week for four consecutive postofflce
coverages. said suit being for divorce. weeks.WITNESS" at BunneU. Florida under act
or stop In soon for full details.H. WITNESS my hand and seal of my hand and seal of March J of
said Court this Und day of October office at Dun Den. Flagler County 1171.
A.. D. 1963. Florida, this 31st day of October
T. COOK AGENCYPhone (Official Seal) E. A. SUYTHE 1963.Official.

437-3361 dttxens Bank Building BunnelL Fla. Clerk of said Circuit, Court ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE One year ., -MO
By Julia It. Harvey Clerk, Circuit Court
Six
Deputy Clerk Flagler County, Florida months .--I1.2J.
Oct. 24-S1 A: Nor. 7.I4-4to Nov.! 7.U'U-ZS-tte



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I, j; EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNEIL, FLORIDA Thursday_ November 7, 1963
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i Sand: Dunes Are plant post, or what have you. Last Year For I
Some geologists think, however,
I
that dunes ,may be brought into GI Bill SchoolingThe
Puzzle of NatureSand
[
existence by irregularities in
dunes seem not to know I wind currents. last full year of schooling Call On Us
for Florida veterans takingedu.
the rules. Most move, but some Once a dune has been born,
I don't. They can be lifeless or it tends to maintain itself, increase cation or tralninng courses un
:
der the Korean GI Bill begins
verdant. Some turn to stone, its size, migrate, and takea
this September, the Veterans "
form Influenced
by
special
and others sing. I
r, Nature's sandpiles come in wnd, climate, vegetation, and Administration said today. II I
When this school ends,
1: j a few basic geological forms but the amount and type of sand. year I
"'1 an infinite variety of delicately There are five general types: only still a half be year obtainable of schoolingwill under When

sculptured shapes. They range the beach dune; the wavelike
the Courses
in size from inches-high ripples ridge of deserts that forms at program. startingin I .
:,
! ,j on a desert floor to 800-foot tall j a right ,angle to the wind; the September, 1964, must come I rv" ,..
to close 1 1965. ,
that _a on January "
crescents in'.Great.;Sand Dunes longitudinal sand dune ( 'I" '
has set this cutoffdate
(parallels the wind's direction; Congress #
National Monument, Colorado,
for the Korean .
the National Geographic Society I the U-shaped dune whose open readjustment
and the program of education and train. You Need i
says. These dunes are among end faces windward; :
ing for veterans without service.
the highest in the world. barchan, the photographicallyideal
I connected disabilities. The law
Dunes can form a wastelandas lunar crescent whose horns ,
I gives no authority to the VA to
big as Texas: the forbidding point downwind.
extend these benefits
Eepty Quarter of Saudi Arabia Most beach dunes are quartz beyond
these dates S. Smith
Raymond ,
t where not even Bedouin and sand. Those in Great Sands National
Flagler county service officer ex.
camel can find subsistence. Yet Monument are gritty; the

." the dune country on the southern dunes In New Mexico's White plained.
shore of Lake Michigan supports Sands National Monument are Originally, Korean Conflict GOODPrinting'
veterans were eligible for 36
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a wonderous botanical the products of the world's large
months of
readjustment courses
paradise where arctic reindeer est known deposit of milky.
I but 17 months remain
now only
; I moss mingles amicably with white, powder fine gypsum sand.In .
before the final deadline when
cactus from the American Southwest Bermuda, dunes of coral sand
: school classes resusume this
have cemented themselves into
r September.To .
f
stone.
'Noi,For Sheiks be eligible for such read;
r Contrary to popular notion,I'Village Buried Under Dune justment education or training

dunes and deserts do not necessarily !t Dunes can be deadly.. Like veterans must have had active

go together. Only a armies invading from the sea, service at any time between

ninth of the Sahara, which covers coastal dunes in Europe and the June 27, 1950, and January 31,
f 3,5000,000 square miles, is Eastern United States have 1955. They also must have servo

blanketed in the golden, smooth, marched across nearby farms ed at least 90 days and entered
sharply crested dunes, suitableas and woods. A small village on training within three years from

a film setting for sheiks,I Germany's Baltic coast was their first discharge from" that' ,. .
slowly burled over 30 then service.
legionnaires, and camel cara years
I vans. Just as qultely disinterred over Those veterans who were on t tI OFFICE FORMS '

As a phenomenon of nature,! the next 30.year span. I active duty January 31, 1955, :
I dunes seem to be alive, breath.I But man has recently learned ,must enter training within three

:'tag, growing, busy, changing. that coastal dunes have a definite years from the date of their first ENVELOPESINVOICES : .
They are complex creations purpose in nature's schemethe unconditional discharge after

whose mechanism is still not protection of shorelines January 31, 1955.

fully understood by geologists.In Massachusetts law prohibits any Eligible veterans may choose "
parts of the world, the pale tampering with dunes, and a their own !type of training' In
t ',shifting sands make mysterious, massive dune rehabilitation Job any school or establishment ape "" '
\ unexplained noises likened to was undertaken by the National proved by an appropriate state LETTER HEADS

sirens, organs, drums, trom Park Service on North Caro agency, Smith said. They may
bones, and the twanging of lina's Outer Banks in the 1930's. enroll in schools or colleges;
monstrous harps. take on-the-job training; enrollin BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS : ;.,1,.
I I .
Of dunes In the great Gobi, institutional on-the farm \a.\

Marco Polo wrote, "Sometimes! "Moby," the performing whale training or other courses include ,,:

x ,I you shall hear the sounds of at Marineland of Florida, acts ing flight training, cooperativeor
., musical Instruments, and still I out the part of a new student correspondence school courses.
t; more commonly the sound of I taking the "doctor's" physical Veterans will receive an allowance BILL HEADS
each month to
I drums." meet
examination before entering the
I f It would seem obvious that a Porpoise School. Moby weighs part of their training and living

i f .' dune comes into being when about 1,400 pounds, and appearsIn expenses. First step is to RULED FORMS
wind begins piling sand against six performances each day. obtain the 'necessary application
forms from Smith at the court
j an obstacle
-a stone, boulder, two voyages.
house here. TICKETS and TAGS '


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I' CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
, PROCLAMATION

{1 Mot; 1 ',. .n
t, I WHEREAS, the men and women who served in our Nation's

I, \ ', armed forces have contributed immeasurably to the preservation of

I America's freedom and to the advancement of the goal of world

peace; andWHEREAS I
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the Nation is eternally grateful to our" veterans for

t these contributions; and We Don't Do The Most


; \ WHEREAS, it is fitting that we set aside a special day each year I

j to honor our veterans and give a nationwide expression of our esteem PRINTINGBut
for them; andWHEREAS
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:F the Congress of the United States has declared the

< eleventh day of November of each year to be a legal holiday and We Do Some, of. the Best

I designated it as VETERANS DAY in honor of our veterans and asa ; '> "' 'j'

I day dedicated to the cause of world peace;

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':i NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. H. Cowart, County Commissioner of the 1) > i ./? 1',1'" ; 'I '\i -, ; "

a'' County of Flagler, do hereby call upon all of our citizens to observe

Monday, November 11, 1963, as VETERANS DAY, and ask that the

day be observed with appropriate ceremonies and the display of the Dia11D73282The

Flag of the United States at each and every residence and business

firm not only in tribute to our veterans, but also in rededication to

I'' the cause of peace with honor throughout the world.


WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused

the official seal of the County of Flagler to be affixed this 1st day
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". of November, 1963.
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(SEAL) C. H. COWART,

j' Chairman
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