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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 14, 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. 45 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR

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:'. Road Board i I Senior Citizens I'I'I Pope Spoke at "Investiture For I Recommended :'



t Orders Illegal !I I Meeting Has A I Veterans DayProgram Brownie TroopNo. i I 10-Mill School]

Record TurnoutAttendance I 701 Today
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t."., Signs Removed i Her 'lfci Villa" **. ..' ;-Levy Js Voted'
I 70\1 <
i I at the Flagler S Bunnell Brownie Troop No.. .i J

Senior Citizens Club meeting I will hold Investiture /or.jll '
an
In conjunction with the Gov I Senator Verle Pope of St. Au. i 'Flagler county voters who are
Tuesday evening at the Method.
new members at 3:45: this afternoon
andy gustine was guest speaker for the 10-
ernor's Clean-up Program l freeholders approved
ist Church In Flagler Beach
Civic !
at the Center.1 There
Garden Clubs, the Florida State totalled 53 the largest crowd I the Veterans Day program here I are 11 Brownies who will also mill district tax levy. election
,' Road Department will begin removal Monday afternoon, sponsored by I Tuesday..
II yet to gather for the club's receive their membership .
I of the illegal signs and o'clock potluck supper. 6\\The American Legion Post 115. stars at one-year this meeting. |I 1 I With a total vote of 222 for
the State 10 mills and 25 for other
advertisements from They were attracted by Senator Pope paid tribute to Brownie Troop 701 was organ number
maintained rights of way in all veterans, discussing previouswars I of mills. Twenty-eight votes
I
of
principal speaker the evening, ized a year ago and Is sponsored
Flagler and St Johns Countieson Mrs. Helen Kruger, who'told in and also the younger gen. by the Junior Woman's Club. I were voided. A total of 275 votes

Highways U. S. 1, Florida interesting fashion about her eration' responsibilities toward I Co-leaders are Mrs. Alice Johnston were cast.
A1A and No. 11, beginning Friday I This district millage is voted
trip to Japan, Hong Kong, Formosa world peace. I and Mrs. Glennys Pazynlak. .
t November 22. India, Africa, Greece Eng The program was in front of Assistants are Mrs. Freda Rider I every two years and It has been

'. When such signs having a land and other countries In be the court house following the Mrs. Glenda Pell leer, Mrs. EmmaL. I. set at 10 mills for many years
value of $100 or less, Including past The Board of Public Instruction
tween. Veterans Day Parade. Althoughthe Phlppins and Mrs. Maria
signs to private establishments by law, can assess a
entrance She was preceded on the pro. skies had been dripping all Koczwanski.

encroach upon the gram by C. A. Jack of Daytona days, they cleared around 1 o' Troop co-leaders and assis I maximum of 20 mills for school '

to', state owned rights of way, they Beach who spoke on some of the clock and the sun came out Rants, plus Mrs. Joy Steflik, purposes 10 general millageand

>will be picked up and taken to services available to senior citizens long enough to cast a shadow, chairman, and Mrs. Margaret 10 district millage. This is

the State Road Department through membership in the and for a successful parade and Weeks, secretary, compose the a constitutional provision.The .
maintenance yard located at St. American Association of. Retired program. troop committee. district millage is an an.
dent provision handed down
Augustlne. Persons. Mrs. Cora Buckles, commanderof New members are Karen Allen
Signs that are not reclaimed There was a short songfest, Flagler Post 115 of The American Debbie Holdridge, Paula Kl- .from the time when schools

within a period of thirty (30)) plus a get-acquainted period Legion, was master of wala, Teresa Kurtz, Mary Lou were operated on a district basis

days will be destroyed. I I I during which the 18 first timers ceremonies. Rev. Howard Porter, Koczwanski, Elaine Weeks, II instead of county-wide. The

Owners of signs valued at had an opportunity to meet oth pastor of the First Methodist Cathy Mayfleld, Cheryl McGrlff, district schools were governedby
will be issueda three trustees elected by the
than $100
greater ers In the group. Church of Bunnell, served as 'I Robin Pelllcer, Janet Perryman,
30-day written notice to correct The next meeting will be held chaplain, giving the invocationand and Gall Tucker. I property owners.
(Ithe violation or the sign I Back in those days one could
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Ao/ Tuesday evening, November 26, benediction. I Receiving one year pins are
will be removed at the end of at (the Flagler Beach Recreation Serving as color guard was Vivian Arnold, Jean Hart, Christine II find one district have excellent

the 30-day period. Center. I Raymond Smith, Leonard Moody, Hlgginbotham, Martha schools, adequately financed and
Board Chairman John R. I another starved to death for
Road
Levi Brannam and Andrew Zalewskl I Hornsby, Sheila Johnston, Cheryl j
Phillips, In ordering the clean. l funds with poor to very poor j
I of the American Legion. Kinney, Pam White, Jackie Mur
stated that the re Your schools.
up program, Jack. Clegg and Dale Brown ray, Kim Pazyniak, Rita Pelllcer, .
moval of the signs is essentialto The schools of Flagler county I
were program chairmen and A. I Kathy Rider, Elaine Skolar, and
the highway and beautlflcatk Mental HealthN. were consolidated more than 30
M. McDaniel was parade mar Cherry Wadsworth.
and expressed confidencein shall. years ago, and the office of \
of most sign ( L. Davidson) trustee abolished several
the willingness was
First prize winner in the float:
owners (to remove their signs Bulldogs GoT years ago, but the constitutional
Work Off Your Anger: Every. .division was the Idlewood Club,
of way ahead provision, of levying district m1l1.'I''I
from the rights one feels occasional; Irritation The colors for the float were
of the work,forces. I Cl Hastings , .age,..continues until such lime .. ..
; butif >
ti. _. ..you findygurself.psing :red,;.white-andy blue -nd the - .1
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; as the
; people state change
-1 anger as a normal way of be theme was "A Salute to the Vet '

havior, remember, anger may I I erans of Flagler County." Friday"Night the constitution", allowing !the ;
Lots of Veterans give of school board to assess the mill- ,
a temporary sense
you Second place float winner was I
.1 I The Bunnell Buldogs travel to as required. .- ,
righteousness, or even of power, the Flagler Beach Parent Teaeh I age
FloridaMonday I Hastings Friday night. A large J y
Live in Unofficial returns from the
It generally will leave feelIng
you er Association. The float was a crowd Is expected to be there I
after the foolish and sorry in the end. huge mixing pot with the P.-T. A. seven precincts show the voting:
45 years for this game, and it should
Precinct 1. nunn lJ. 50 for 10
close of World War I, and approximately i If you feel like lashing out at members adding "Ingredients for prove to be one of the best mills and iwo for other
someone who has amounts.
provoked ,
you World Peace.
f. after World
18 years games. It is an important game
Precinct 2
Flagler Beach 81
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try holding off that Impulse fora
after In the decorated bicycle di.
War II and eight years for the Bulldogs. .
V votes for 10 mills six for other
while. Let it wait until to ;
there are vision, first place winner was
the Korean Conflict Last Friday night the Bull. millage.
I r 715,000 veterans of all wars In morrow. Then do something Glenn Nelson. Second place win. dogs went to Orange Park to
Precinct 3-Haw Creek: 15: for
constructive about the
the most pent up ner was Minnie Deen and third
Florida, according to play the Raiders. The Raiderswon
10 mills three for other millage.
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recent estimate by the Veterans energy. Pitch into some physic. place went to Jack Baker. All 216.
Precinct 3-A Korona, 12 for
al activity like in the
digging
winners received cash awards
Administration..Over In the first period Morris
10 mills three
for other millage.
the entire United States, I. garden cleaning out the garage, from the Legion Post. Weaver scored a TD from 1 foot Precinct;
4-8t.
; vet- or carpentry or some other do- In addition 'to the local entries Johns Park, 17 :
living Jim Booth kicked PTA.
there are 22,127,000 out.
for 10 mills. A total of 17 votes J
Or work It.
I yourself project. In the parade the Beauty Queenof
erans. I Later In the same period Booth
cast, all for the 10 mills. i
servedin out in a game volley ball, or the W. O. W. of Palatka anda
Seven out of 10 veterans, went over from the 9 yard line, :
World War II. One out of a long walk. marching color guard unit Mike Bertolani went around I Precinct 4A-West Bunnell, 11

every five served during the Ko By working the anger out of from Daytona Beach along with left end for (the PAT. for 10 mills; seven for other mill-

rean Conflict while one out of your system you will be much the district commander of The During the third period Booth I age. r",'''

nine had service in World WarI. better prepared to handle your American Legion, Marge Nor ran 45 yards for .their final' TD, I Precinct Espanola, 20 for .10

The total number of living problem. This is only one wayto man. and Booth kicked .the PAT. mills, with all voting for'W the

Spanlsh. merican War veteransis reduce destructive Inner ten. Tom Polk went over for the 10 mill levy.Precinct .

estimated at 1,000 and there sions. Shellfish TakingIs Bulldogs only TD from the one :SA-North AlA. 16'for

are only 23 veterans of the Indian yard line in the last period. 10 mills; four for other millage.

Wars. DISINFECTING' YOUR 'I Illegal for All Final score 21.6, Orange Park.
t Average for all veterans Is 44.2. Don't forget Be sure and

Indian Wars veterans are In HOME LAUNDRYINGResearch i Persons Seay Says support the Bulldogs, the only Jr. Woman's ClubIs ,

their 90's; veterans of the Span. scientists with the I undefeated (team In the confer

i, ish American War average 85.3 Agricultural Extension Service Warnings are again being ence. Sponsoring

years, and World War I veterans given to the public on taking
I have found that ordinary home j
average 69.1 years. laundering methods may leaveas oysters, clams, scallops and NEW GADGET TO Fashion Show
World II veterans mussels from local waters
War average 30 of bacteriaon priorto SAVE MILLIONSA
many as types
with the in their of The Junior Woman's Club
44 youngest completion sanitary or
clothing. new gadget devised by William
30's and the oldest 80. Ko Florida members are making plans'thisweek
over
bacterlaojoglcal survey, 'E.
Three of these can cause serious Grizzell, assistant engineer
Fashion
rean Conflict ,veterans are Just Conservation Officer John Seay for a benefit Showto
Illness. scientists advise
The with the Agricultural Ex.
under the 32 with said today.Mr. be held November 23: at the
average
year using a good laundry dis periment Stations, University of
L some of them still in their 20's. Seay said the public Is Bunnell Civic Center, membersof
infectant every few washes, and Florida, may save the citrus industry
said
California leads the nation inveteran's misinformed in thinking that If the committee today.
especially when there are colds $90,000 In one year.Grizzell' Fashions
population with 2,361- they make take the shellfish for will furnished by
and Illness In the house. carton-forming de.
000 servicemen and women. New their personal use and that this Land 'n Sea Fashions of Bun
vice Is relatively simple. It Is
\ York is second with 2,173,000 and would not be unlawful.The nell. "Happy Holiday Season"will
WHOSE MONEY? designed to help hand labor put
be the theme for the show
Illnois third with 1335000. Alas. purpose for the restriction front their .
together cartons original
ka, with 24,000 Is the state with Who puts the money in Rural and reason for the orderis the Andy Yelvington of Land n' Sea
flat state In about half '
the least, number of veterans. Areas Development projectsthe for protection of the public. time. This labor savings wouldbe Fashions said today.

Federal government or private Shellfish taken from polluted about $400 for each 1,000 car The club will give 75 per cent

After laying her eggs In sources? If you guessed the waters is a carrier of hepatitis, tons of citrus packed and tor, of the proceeds from the showto

strands, the female octopus does I federal government, that Is typhoid dlsentery, and other In. the Industry an estimated $90 I Bunnell School Band and

not eat while: faithfully guarding I wrong according to at least one tedious diseases.Mr. 000 a year.sanitary I the club will retain the remainder

them for as long as six i survey. A North Carolina survey Seay said he has issued er be used by the club for .

weeks. After the last egg is I of 65 commercial:: and Industrial a number of warnings and In surveys In Flaglec I its community projects. :

hatched, (the mother octopus always I projects shows that for the future he will have to bring County waters and notificationwill

dies within one week, ac every $1 In federal funds, private all violators before the courts. be given by the Flagler Tickets for the show may be '

cording to observations at Ma-' sources put up an estimated The State Board of Health Is County Health Department when I I secured from club members soon

rineland of Florida. $58. In the process of conducting these surveys are. completed. it was stated.r I
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Thursday, Nov. 14 1963
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
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I NOOK There he would be ..) big law- ; ed to certan. aurora of whichoy DOM; enjoy I!
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QKKIZP( TfrE BOOK ] mall like Bat MWtersgn <$r a few.are American.{ AmeriJn Lifpty ,Assistant,
NZ M.if ? thew". ,
English, $
school TJpE ANSWER, IS COD. Wyatt ):arp, fight Indians or libraries Jav
Elsie hunt buffalo. '., gericfl. Canadian, an4 many K f'l' '<*' < 9f
Authors Miller Doris PAR
Library Club 'The Answer Is C dIs the r Before I give away tne SWy- write fictions, his. wheel
These authors The -shaped Milky Wayis
The Library Club Is glad to true story of Roy Rogers and I had better quit and let "you\ I .
adventures, biographies
tories, travel- so vast It takes light, travel
< at the Hal. of the I go check out this book by Dale
report that It$ booth Dale Evans. It tells hardships and read by miles
etc., are ing 186,000 a second, a
loween Carnival, at which the the pair faced In achieving I White from the Bunnell High 1 all nationalities of people.So hundred thousand years to
members sold candled apples success. School Library.
-it from rim to rim.
and popcorn balls, was a real One of the most difficult decisions Library Assistant, all in all 'the American peo cross
success. of their career was made John D. Baggett, Jr. I pIe are very lucky to have
Wood is a- better heat insula
Two new members have Joined against the advice of their freedoms to read what they like,
tor-Inch for inch thickness-
the Library Club, Catherine manager, who felt they would A COMPARISON OF RUSSIAN and when they like.
Stanish and Martin Tucker. suffer the loss of many fans AND AMERICAN'LIBRARIES READ "YOUR FIFTH FREE. than masonry. -

The Library Club has ordered and admirers. The story goes Although Communist of

pins for Its members who wishto on to tell of the birth of their, Russia have libraries, they do

have them, and they are expected daughter, and the changes that not enjoy the freedoms the 24 HourWrecker
to arrive any day now. took place while she lived and Americans do in theirs. Service

Jack Wetherington, reporter I how their life was affected by The Russian librarians are

her death. expected to choose the book each

Spanish Club For a very good biography, a person is to read. They (Soviet) Truck & Tractor Co
The Spanish Club held, an happy and sad story of ithe livesof are not allowed to go to a shelf Flagler ,

evening meeting at Mike two of the world's most and get any book they wish to MASSEY-FERGUSON
Church's home :at 7:30 on famous people and their read and read it. Instead the
Wednesday, November 6. As is the brief, but never to famnY'1 librarian goes and gets the per. Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment

customary, the members answered gotten visit Of their young, mon son a book and hands it to him, VIRGIL DECKER s Phone ID 7-3242

the roll call by recitinga goloid child, Robin, and the, probbaly saying, "Here read Owner Bunnell, Florida
Spanish proverb. changes that took place before this," or "This is the only kind .
The club discussed its activities and after her death. of book you can read. -

for the year, as well as Read this very inspiring book. We, In America, do at least \wwvwwwwwvwv
several other business matters, I'm sure you will always remember have freedom to choose our book, J
with Mike Church presiding.Mrs. and enjoy it, passingIt such as fiction, history, biography FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Estes, club sponsor, then on to your children in future etc. At least"we aren't told I
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led the, group In a learning years. which bOOk to read. We can get AMBULANCE
game which concerned the members Library Assistant, suggestions on good books from PHONE VAlley 4 1625

of the family In Spanish. Mary Matthews. I our librarians, but as, far as I SERVICE FLORIDA
ST. AUGUSTINE.
Refreshments, Including .... having to read, a certain book,

punch, potato chips, and chocolate YOUNG DEPUTY SMITH I or having the librarian check Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance We

fudge, were served before "Young Deputy Smith" is a I out 'each book we read, it, Isn't are always at your service with promptness., safety and
the meeting adjourned. book about a boy who is four. done in the United States of I
teen years old and lives on a AMERICA. experience / JJ-

Senior Class farm in Kansas.He .' Most of the libraries In Rus Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
The seniors are announcingthat has two older brothers sia are in beat.up, badly -
they will sponsor a bake that are always teasing him. He needing repair, buildings. The } Garcia Funeral HomeP.
sale Saturday morning, November believes that his mother and libraries in the U. S. are housedin
16th, In front of !the Bunnell father think of him still as a attractive well-constructed E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

post office. In charge of the baby. Finally he decides that buildings.The LADY ASSISTANT 3JWUWWWVYWtfV

bake sale will be Nancy Fleurie, he will run away to Dodge City. I Russian readers are limit. ....................... . ... . .. .......
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Nancy Wilson, Charlotte Gles,
and Marjorie Schatz.

In another of their projects to .
earn money for their class tripto '
the World's Fair In New York 64
Jet-smooth CHEVROLET
this spring,the seniors will soon Luxury
be taking orders for Bunnell
High bracelets' and pins.: Jennie Chevrolet Impala t-Door Snarl Sedan

Bennett, Sue King, and Mary
Matthews will be in charge of
taking orders from the elemen

tary, junior high, and high
school classes, and from the

various clubs, for these braceletsand ,
pins. They will be here In
time for Christmas and will '
make excellent Christmas gifts. : r$.35 .t iy'

Nancy Wilson, reporter. \ F _

Special Notice F;
Dickie Newton has enrolled in
class 10.A from Satsuma High 1v "
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School in Satsuma Alabama.A .
sincere ,welcome is extended
to Dickie from the entire faculty ::T % 4
and student body.


U. of F. StudentsIn (

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ResearchA

National Science Founda
'
tion grant of $5,800 has been

awarded to the University of s
Florida to support an under.
i
graduate science-educatton pro.
gram in '
botany. : a
Dr. G. R. Noggle, head of the
Botany Department for the Agricultural .

Experiment tatlops
and the College of Agridture,
said four un4ergraduate ,botany ? ;

majors will be selected to par. :: : :

tJcipate the grant.under the provisions .of R ,P : :

The students will first carry
out a directed reading program
to acquaint them with a num. Here are looks, luxury and comfort that you'd expect: modestly priced Biscaynes. And, of course, the niceties
to set you back plenty-/ they came from anybody of Body by Fisher craftsmanship.
ber of botanical research probe ;
but the people at Chevrolet. You've got a wealth of to
power pick from-engines
lems In
now under the department
way
Fresh-minted styling with clean uncluttered! lines from a peppery 140-hp() 6 to *! And
Then next spring, the that give the '64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet.its feeling of got the '64 Jet-smooth ride tol3on from you've
students will be assigned to you road
new length and lowness. Rich new noise and vibration. ,
work with a faculty member in with supple fabrics. -
interiors.mI yourself luxury like this
a specific research area. Each and rear seats and door.to-door someday Your someday is here
participant will receive a weekly now standard in all models, inclu dealer will gladly show you. as your
eoptiotwal"'rUNf.
of for his her
stipend $60 or research
Ask about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book at
efforts. In _...........__................,..0.................--........0......._.-.__0_........._..............-.-................your.........Chevrolet..... dealer's _
StudentS may major botany

from either the College of ,Ag.
rIculture' or the College of Arts

and Sciences. A vital part of the. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
undergraduate program in botany
Is a period devoted to in
dependent study. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA






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Nov. 14, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Q in Ala I coverings like<< old sheets, Span.
I ish moss, pine straw and plas
tics. STORE. HOURS: Quantity
(,By Hem, Shame) Wek DOTS ** SHELTON 5 ',. .
*aDon't ': pith' Is also valuable when Reserved
Right
let your garden beautiesget banking young citrus trees from 800 a m-7:00 p m

from chilling a freer Saturdays :
goose pimples *****
winds. So, plan to profect them 8:00am9:00pm
It you cover shrubs with plastic
;
against Jack Frost '? bags, {>e sure to set them tree r Prices Good
I *****
Some tender young beautiesIn shortly after Ole Sol melts the GROCERY Thur--Fri.-Snt.
shorts claim warmth from I I frost: Otherwise" a prized ornamental ''

mink stole. But, plants aren't may be stewed in its own Telephone 73201 Nov. 14, 15, 16, 1963
talking. They need more of the juice inside this collector of
anatomy covered because their sunrays. "Your Friendly Co-op Store" ;

lower limbs are subject to freez Frost has no terrors In gardensof I

ing. well-adapted plants. But, dur LYRE'S SUGAR CREEKPICNICS .
Instead of using expensivefurs ing the sudden cold wave following I

try more practical plant a prolonged warm period II Lb.

some plants need a helping .B9

CLASSIFIEDADS hand. I I '
Usually this involves puttinga I.

blanket around the plants, or I Lean Meaty Boston Butt Lean Meaty
supplying heat. Plants are covered


U8U.n ..*... .... fcal.c aNa which to the slow heat down already the rate In. the at I Pork Roast Lb. 39' Spare Ribs Lb. 39
is lost radiation.On .
.ata per wr4 each lacertUa.. plant by
7B cent .. nl.l-a.m ela..... I
:a still, clear night in winter

FOR SALE-2 cabins approximately heat is radiated into space j Flavor Aged Center Rib
10 x 15 will move on your by soil and plants. Their temperatures .
lot. Complete with windows; fall. If :they reach ,the h.
Inside 4 inch ceiling and mix. freezing point or below, frost I Rib Steak 69' Pork ChopsLb'69(

ture of other lumber, across forms on boards, straw, bare I
from Bunnell Restaurant. ground ,and even on plants. '
Nov. 14-Itp The air temperature may be I'

well above 32 degrees, but the World's BeatGRGUND
FOR SALE TRUCK% Chevy
leaf may still have frost if it
!
long wheelbase, steel body, good
is losing heat rapidly by radia U!. $95Mas 5/ Free
condition, good tires Inquire tion. I BEEF 5
across highway from Bunnell '
I
Restaurant. Nov. 14-ltp In this case the frost damageis [Stamps
mostly mechanical. That is,

DUE TO DIVORCE We have a sharp sided ice crystals that Thrifty
form Inside the leaves and ten.
repossessed 63 Model Swing -
Needle Dial-O-Matfc, like new, der plant stems puncture cell PILLSBURY BLEACH BQt.,le 2 For 25e
makes walls of plant tissue, causing
does decorative sewing, FLOUR Limit Two Please
automatic buttonholes, sews on death to that portion of the

buttons, monograms, embroiders, plant.' 5 Lb. Blue Seal
darns & patches, etc. Assume If cold air drifting down from 38 For
remaining 5 payments of $7.50. Yankleeland is already below lag SOLID OLEO 2 25c

Ph. Credit Mgr. CL38106, Daytona freezing, it quickly absorbs the
Beach. 1 -14.2tp heat from the ornamentals and OR Van Camp's 300 Can
is likely to kill the less hardy SHURFINEFLOUR
AGRICULTURAL SALESREPRESENTATIVE plants to the ground. b. PORK & BEANS 8 For $1

Covering plants during a hard 28C
We need a good man in this freeze is not very effective un Bag Limit 8 Please
area to work with our sales less wind
you can prevent icy Limit One of Your Choice With Jim Dandy
manager in direct to.farm sales
from coming in"contact with the
and service work. Earn $85 to plant. $5.00 or More Food Order DOG FOOD 25 Lb. $
$150 weekly. Permanent position During a cold windy night, Bag i
; age no barrier. Wonderful under; Limit Two Bags
a light bulb an airtight MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE ,
opportunity to advance. For com cover may give small plants the Ever Fresh (Brown and Serve)
details and appointmentfor :
plete
same protection as a greenhouse.
personal interview, tell us Oil heaters I2Ct. For
can be used to warm ROLLS 2 2Se
about yourself In a letter, (in. larger plants covered by giant-
elude your phone number) to sized sheets of builder's plastic. ill. <
General Manager, P.O. Box 1115, I On an icy night, heat is vital 39

Winter Garden, Florida. i and not smoke, in spite of the lag ,
Nov. 14-Itc popular misconception. So, it is ; -

FOR RENT-House trailer, $35.00 :a waste of time burning a pileof
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per month, adults only, AlA leaves to smoke up the neighborhood 6 Oz. JarINSTANT Each 69COR New Crop GeorgiaPECANS

Beverly Beach. Call HE 92159. unless you have deviseda .. I 9b.. S Lbs. $189
Nov. 7-3tp way to produce more heat For
than smoke. Limit One of Your Choice With
NICE SELECTION of wool ends The first line of defense in or More Food Order Golden Yellow
and 54-inch upholstery Cloth guarding against cold Injury is Lb.

Shop, 539 Yonge St., U. S. High. td plant only those trees and FLORIDA GRADE "A" BANANAS 2 Fo 1ge
way 1, Ormond Beach, Florida. shrubs that are completely
Nov. 74tpWANTED hardy in your locality. This MEDIUM
doesn't mean that you should
to do ironing at my
not grow tender ornamentals,
hom : Will pick up and deliver:
but such plants should not be
.
Call ID 73669. 10-24--tf EGGS '
.
I the framework of the garden.
Winter Garden 16 Oz
1962 FORD STATION WAGON- Regard the less hardy orna .
4 door, radio heater, standard mentals for their beauty, and CREAM PIES Each 35c

transmission, neW tires. Checkedand dortt plant them in a spot that "zee Lemon.
Chocolate- Coconut '
serviced by competent me. will leave a serious hole in the 2 85 -

chanic after repossession. On garden composition when a hard Mr. C 10 Oz.FRENCH.
display at Bank parking lot. freeze inevitably kills. them to t Each
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Cash or terms. Sorry, no trades. the ground Limit Two Dozen Please FRIES fOe
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL The second line of defense against ". ,' .. ..r. .
Oct. 24.UcSEnIC cold injury is to have
plant tissue as fully mature as '

fields Installed TANK; snail cleaning shell; drain Rea. possible when freezing weather 25. FREE I SO FREE SO FREE
occurs.
sonable prices. Call George. ,.. TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
roz. Ill 7.3410 8-1-tf The problem in Florida is thatso 1 .
many plants from warmer With Purcha.e' of With Purchase of With Purchase of
HELP WANTED-Couple to run regions fail to stop growing so 10 Lb. Bag U. S. No. 1 Quirt 'Ann'tronr Floor 1(3)( ,Cu'-uP' :
restaurant, living quarters in. as to mature their tissue during Irish Potatoes Wax Fryers

eluded. Must have experience. mild autumn and winter. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Vbid After

Will right pay great party.percent Animal of Land grossto If scientists ever find a sure. Saturdays Nov. 16, 1963 Saturday, Nov, .6 r J)963 Saturday, Nov 16, 1963
fire to
produce dormancy
way
north 6f Flagler
A1A, 10 miles
in plants ahead of every freeze,

Beach... S-l-tf. century I it will be for the gardeners.discovery of the 50 FREE ZS FREE SO' FREE

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.JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER I TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP 'VALUE STAMPS TOES VALUE STAMPS

lEAcH REALTY CO.
GOOD FOR CAPT. BLXGHCapt. With Purchase of With Purchase of'' With Purchase of
LOTS HOMES; OCEAN FRONT, William Blight of JIMS
WATER FRON1V FARMS, (4) Green Giant 3 lb' Tin $5.00 or Moe Food
Bounty brought the first few apples
ACREAGESee CUT BEANS JEWEL SHORTENING Order
trees to Tasmania, an Is.
for teal estate needs Void After Void After Void After
us your land off Australia in 1788. To. Coupon Coupon Coupon .'
Office Phone HE 9.2242 day the fruit is Tasmania's second aturday, Noy. 16, 19133aturdayav.." flb.;.18 3 aturda7' Noy. 16, 1963a '
Phones ID 7.3691
Residence
most important export crop,
: or ID 7-3517 after wool. : .. L. ,,,' . 'fThursday







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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
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Bunneli'. JtiqU, TIE.,BOOK .. !r mftfo like Bat Mastersgn gr y a feW.are ABierpian. Amerilibrwies el! ry ?.Assistant,

'SchoolLibrary} I jj NewJ. TgE; ANSWER! IS GODAuthors i Wyatt }:arp, 'flght tndktns or ,Jjv English, Matthew' *. ,
Canadian, and many 1..4
Elsie Miller Doris hunt buffalo. : \ ertcpfl ""IIf"MILICY.y.'AY
other'' nationalities of authors. : IS FAR AWAY
Club "The Answer Is God" is the ; Before I give away the stpw,
his
fictions,
: These authors write The wheel-shaped Milky Wayis
, The Library Club is glad to true story of Roy Rogers and I had better quit and let Jrofl biographies .
travel-adventures, it takes
I tories, vast light, traveling
so
report that ItS booth at the Halloween Dale EV in!. It tells of the hardships go check out this book by Dale read by
etc., and are 186,000 miles a second, a
Carnival, at which the the pair faced in achieving White from the Bunnell High I .
nationalities of people.So
I School all hundred thousand years to
Library.
members sold candied apples success.
and popcorn balls, was a real One of the most difficult decisions Library Assistant, all In all the American peo cross, it from rim to rim.

success. of their career' was made John D. Baggett, Jr. I pIe are very lucky to have
Wood is a better heat insula
Two new members have Joined against the advice of their freedoms to read what they like,
tor-Inch for inch thickness-
the Library Club, Catherine manager, who felt they would A COMPARISON OF RUSSIAN and when they like.
Stanish and Martin Tucker. suffer the loss of many fans AND AMERICAN LIBRARIES READ "YOUR FIFTH FREE than mason 'y.

The Library Club has ordered and admirers. ( The story goes ; Although the Communist of
pins for Its members who wishto on to tell of the birth of their"I Russia have libraries, they do

have ,them, and !they are expected daughter, and the changes that not enjoy the freedoms the 24 HourWrecker
to arrive any day now. took place while she lived and : Americans do in theirs. Service

Jack Wetherington, reporter I how their life was affected by The Russian librarians are 1
her death. expected to choose the book each

Spanish Club For a very good biography, a person is to read. They (Soviet) & Tractor Co
The Spanish Club held, an happy and sad story of the lives are not allowed to go to a shelf Flagler Truck ,

evening meeting at Mike of two of the world's most and get any book they wish to MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
Church's home at 7:30 on famous people and their family,I read and read it. Instead the -
Wednesday, November 6, As Is the brief, but never to be for. I librarian goes and gets the person Farm Industrial Equipment

customary, the members answered gotten visit Of their young, mon a book and hands it to him, VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

the roll call by recitinga goloid child, Robin and the I probbaly saying, "Here read Owner Bunnell, Florida
Spanish proverb. changes that took place before this," or "This is the only kindof .
The club discussed its activities and after her death. I book you can read.

for the year, as well as Read /this very inspiring book. i We, in America, do at least ................................................ .
several other business matters, I'm sure you will always remember I have freedom to choose our book,
with Mike Church presiding.Mrs. and enjoy Jt, passing I such as fiction, history, biography FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Estes, club sponsor, den) it on to your children in future I etc. At least"we aren't told I
led the. group in a learning years. which book to read. We can get AMBULANCE
game which concerned the members Library Assistant, I suggestions on good books from PHONE VAlley 41625
I
of the family-in Spanish. Mary Matthews. I our librarians, but as. far as I SERVICE :
Refreshments, including I having to read a certain book, ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

punch, potato chips, and chocolate YOUNG DEPUTY SMITH ''''or having the librarian check Never be hesitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

fudge, were served before "Young Deputy Smith" is a I I out each book we read, it, isn't are always at your service with promptness.. safety and
the meeting adjourned.: book about a boy who is four. done in the United States of
I
teen years old and lives on a AMERICA. experience. / "

Senior Class farm in Kansas.He '..' Most of the libraries in Russia } Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
The seniors are announcingthat has two older brothers are in beat.up, badly

they will sponsor a bake that are always teasing him. He needing repair, buildings. The { Garcia Funeral Home
sale Saturday morning, Novem believes that his mother and libraries in the U. S. are housedin
ber 16th, in front of the Bunnell' father think of him still as a attractive well constructed P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

post office. In charge of the I baby. Finally he decides that buildings. LADY ASSISTANT
he will run to Dodge City. I I The Russian readers limit- . . . . . . . .
bake sale will be Nancy Fleurie, away are WWW'.W.W . . .. . .. ..Y.W.' .wuvvwvuuwvv
Nancy Wilson, Charlotte Gies,
and Marjorie Schatz.

In another of their projects to .
earn money for their class tripto '
the World's Fair in New York 64
Jet-smooth CHEVROLET
this spring,the seniors will soon Luxury
be taking orders for Bunnell
High bracelets and pins.. Jennie Chevrolet ImpalaDoor Sport Sedan

Bennett, Sue King, and Mary : : ;
Matthews will be in charge of :
taking orders from the elementary

junior high, and high
school classes, and from the i j. >
various clubs, for these braceletsand
pins. They will be here in ..:,
t' {' q 4 ft
r r' v :
: iY !n rir5P r 1 4/4
time for Christmas and will L ; (
.3'f
4gl G a{ !,'. i1 ( /4* 9r
make excellent Christmas gifts.

Nancy Wilson, reporter.
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Special Notice
Dickie Newton has enrolled in
AaiV .
class 10-A from Satsuma High { ;Yry J
,
School in Satsuma Alabama.A 4
sincere welcome is extendedto

Dickie from the entire faculty : 9 .
and student body. '

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U. of F. StudentsIn 7 #


ResearchA

National Science Foundation

grant of $5,800 has 'been. .. '
awarded to the University
Florida to support an under. ,,:

graduate science-education program -
In botany. ; '

Dr. G. R. Noggle, head of the b.kf4H
Botany Department for the Agricultural .

Experiment Stations
and the College of Agiiclture,
said four un4ergraduate ,botanymajors : :t. s 0 rx

will be selected to participate .
'
under the provisions of

the grant .
The students will first carry

out a directed reading program Here are looks, luxury and comfort that you'd
expect modestly priced Biscaynes. And of
to acquaint them with a number course, the niceties
to set you back plentythey came from anybody of Body by Fisher craftsmanship
of botanical research probe
but the people at '
Chevrolet. You ve got a wealth of
? to
power Pick
lems now under way In the de Fresh-minted clean uncluttered from-engines
styling with lines from a 140-hp 6 to
peppery a 425-hp V8I
partment. Then next spring, the that give the '64 Jet-smooth> Chevrolet its feeling of got the '64 Jet-smooth ride And you've
to cushion
students will ,be assigned to new length and lowness Rich new interiors noise and vibration. you from road,
work with a faculty member In with supple fabrics. Foam-cushioned front Been
promising
a specific research area. Each and rear seats and door-to-door carpeting BL someday? Your someday yourself is elassEyoour
participant will receive a weekly now standard in all models, including the dealer will gladly show
you. ....
eotiotWIIel.z'r. '
stipend of $60 for his or her research -
Ask about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet! Book
.Students efforts.may major in botany -....-......--......-........';'..-.......-..............--..--..--...........-...........__.n...Song....................at__..your.........Chevrolet...... dealer's__

from either the College of FAg- T
riculture or the College of Arts
.
.
,and Sciences. A vital part of the HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY .
-
undergraduate program in botany
is a period devoted to independent .
study. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAPAGE





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Qa' d sirt q.W Ja coverings like old sheets, Span.
I ish moss, pine straw and plas
ties. STORE HOURS: Quantity
(By Kerrey Sharp) Week Jay A SHELTON S .
*tDon't farth is also valuable when Rights
Reserved
let your garden beautiesget I banking }bung citrus trees from 8700 B m-7:00 p m

from chilling a freeze.It Saturdays v '
goose pimples *****
winds. So, plan Co protect them I you cover shrubs with plas 8OOam.9OOpmi

against Jack Frost. tic4 bags, be Sure to set them tree ... i Prices Good
S ome tender young beautiesIn I shortly after Ole Sol melts the GROCERY Thurs.Fri.Sat.Telephone .-
shorts claim watmth from A frost: Otherwise a prized ornamental .
mink stole. But, plants aren't t may be stewed in its oWn 7.3201 Nov., 14, 15, 16, 1963
.talklng. They need more of the Juice Inside this collector of
anatomy covered because their! sunrays. "Your Friendly Co-op Store"LYKE'S

lower limbs are subject to freez Frost has no terrors In gardensof

Ing. well-adapted plants. But, dur SUGAR CREEK
Instead of using expensive ing the sudden cold wave fol.
furs, try more practical plant lowing a prolonged warm period .

i, CLASSIFIEDADS hand.some plants need a helping I PICNICS5 29

Usually this involves puttinga I
blanket around the plants, or I
Lean Meaty Boston Butt Lean Meaty
supplying heat. Plants are cov !

ered which to the slow heat down already the rate In. the at I' Pork Roast Lb. Ribs a
Umtimt ..... this Mails an 39 Spare 39
S cent per w.r4 sack lasertlsa.7s plant Is lost by radiation.On 'I
_... U ml.l... cfcarg a still, clear night In win

FOR 2 cabins approximately ter, heat is radiated Into space I Flavor Aged Center Rib
10 x 15 will move on your by soil and plants. Their temperatures .
lot:: Complete with windows; fall. If they reach ,the u
inside 4 inch ceiling and mix freezing point or below, frost Rib Steak 69* PorkChops1169C
ture of other lumber, across' forms on boards, straw, bare
from Bunnell Restaurant. I ground and even on plants.
,Nov. 14-ltp The air temperature may be I'
well above 32 degrees, but the World's Best
SALE TRUCK-fe Chevy
FOR
leaf may still have frost if it I
long wheelbase, steel body, good: is heat radia Lbs. 50 Free
losing rapidly by 95ilus
condition, good tires Inquire: tion. 1 II GROUNDBEEF 5 $1

across Restaurant.highway from Nov.Bunnell 14-ltp i In this case the frost damage i I i[Stamps

i is mostly mechanical. That is,

DUE TO DIVORCE. We have a I sharp sided ice crystals that Thrifty
i form Inside the leaves and ten
repossessed 63 Model Swing '
Needle Dtal-O-Matic, like new, der plant stems puncture cell PILLSBURY BLEACH Botle, 1 For 25c
II walls of tissue, causing
does decorative sewing, makes plant FLOUR Limit Two Please
automatic buttonholes, sews on death to that portion of the

buttons, monograms, embroiders, plant.If' 5 Li. qnt Blue SealSOLID
darns & patches, etc. Assume cold air drifting down from For
remaining 5 payments of $7.50. Yankleeland is already below I Bag OLEO Z 25c

_ Ph. Credit Mgr. CL38106, Day. freezing, it quickly absorbs the I
tona Beach. ll 14-2tp heat from the ornamentals and OR Van Camp's 300 Can
is likely to kill the less hardy SHURFINEFLOUR
AGRICULTURAL SALESREPRESENTATIVE I, plants to the ground. 5 PORK & BEANS 8 For $1
Covering plants during a hard 28c
',. We need a good man in this i freeze is not very effective un Bag Limit 8 Please
area to work with our sales I less icy wind
you can prevent Limit One of Your Choice With Jim Dandy
in direct-to-farm sales
manager from coming in'contact with the
and service work. Earn $85 to' plant $5.00 or More Food Order DOG FOOD 2b.. $I89Bag
$150 weekly. Permanent position I
During a cold, windy night,
; age no barrier. Wonderful a light I bulb;>> under an airtight MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE Limit Two Bags

.' opportunity to advance. For com cover may give small plants the : Ever Fresh (Brown and Serve)
details and
plete appointmentfor same protection as a greenhouse.
personal Interview, tell us 011 heaters can be used to warm ROLLS 12 C1 2For 25e
about yourself in a letter, (include larger plants covered by giant-
your phone number) to sized sheets of builder's plastic.On 1
General Manager, P.O. Box 1115, an icy night, heat is vital g39c
Winter Garden, Florida. and not smoke, in spite of the '

! Nov. 14-Itc popular misconception. So, It is OR; _
a waste of time burning a pile
FOR RENT-House trailer, $35.00 '
I per month, adults only, AlA of leaves to smoke up the neigh. 6 Oz. Jar Each New Crop GeorgiaPECANS

, t Beverly Beach. Call HE 92159. borhood unless you have devised INSTANT 69. I 9b.. S Lbs. $ Nov. 7-3tp I a way to produce more heat JL2fc
I than smoke. Limit One of Your Choice With
, NICE SELECTION of wool ends The first line of defense in $5.00 or More Food Order Golden Yellow
I and 54-inch upholstery. Cloth guarding against cold Injury is ,
Shop, 539 Yonge St., U. S. Highway to plant only those trees and FLORIDA GRADE "A" BANANAS- 19c
1, Ormond Beach, Florida. shrubs that are completely
f I Nov. 74tpWANTED hardy in your locality. This MEDIUM
doesn't mean that you should
to do ironing at my
not tender ornamentals, /
grow II I
home': Will pick and deliver:
up
but such plants should not be
Call ID 73669. 10-24-tf EGGSWinter
,
the framework of the garden.
Garden 16 Oz.
1962 FORD STATION WAGON- Regard the less hardy orna '
4 door, radio healer, standard mentals for their beauty, and CREAM PIES Each 35e
transmission, news tires. Checkedand dont plant them in a spot that 9Z@A Lemon.Chocolate.CoconutMr.
serviced by competent mechanic will leave a serious hole in the 2 85

after repossession. On garden composition when a hard G 10 Oz.FRENCH.
display at Bank parking lot. freeze inevitably kills them to Each

Cash or terms. Sorry, no trades. the ground. Limit; Two Dozen Please FRIES lOc
,i CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL. The second line of defense against '. "
Oct. 24tfcSEPTIC cold injury is to have

.".. 'fields Installed TANK; snail cleaning shell.; drain Reasonable plant occurs.possible tissue when as freezing fully mature weather as '25 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

I .'\. '", :? prices. Call George 1A.I' VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STA_ MPSWith
';'I. roz, TO 7-3410 8.1-tf The problem In Florida is thatso r
I. ,, ;, many plants from warmer Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
:: HELP WANTED Couple to run regions fail to stop growing so 10 Lb. Bag U. S. No. 1 Quirt Armstrong Floor ((3) Cut-up :
'
} restaurant, living quarters in as to mature their tissue during Irish Potatoes Wax Fryers
. ., ..>" eluded. Must have experience. and winter.If Void After Void
', mild autumn Coupon Coupon After Coupon Void After
f k. to Will. pay great percent Animal of Land gross, scientists ever find a sure. Saturday,, Nov. 16, 1963, Saturday, Nov 16, 1963 Saturday, Nov. 16, 1963
. right party. y
fire way to produce dormancy
pi( AlA, 10 miles north Of Flagler K
''n
I plants ahead of every freeze,
.
8-1-tf.
Beach."""" It century will be for the gardener discovery of the 50 FREE 25 FREE 50 FREETOP

.JOHNSTON'S I TOP 'VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMps

FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. GOOD FOR CAPT. BUCK
With Purchase of With Purchase of' With Purchase of
LOTS, HOMES; OCEAN FRONT, Capt.. William blight of HMS
WATER noN FARMS, (4) Green Giant 3 tb Tin $5.00 or More Food
Bounty:; brought the first few apples -
ACREAGE CUT BEANS JEWEL SHORTENING Order
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Tasmania, is.
trees to an
S*. us lot your real tstat nedji land off Australia In 1788. To- Coupon Void After Coupon Void After i Coupon Void ,After r.i
Office Phone lIE 9.2242 day the fruit is Tasmania's second Saturday, r ov: 16, 1963 ;Saturday,, tfo y. .fjL.>; 163, Saturday, ',Nov. 16, !jt|g.i '
Residence Phones ID 1.3691 export
most Important crop,
: or ID 7-3517 after wool. ;. -.: } . \, . .: .. ". ,Jf ('I" -, "



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WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES ATENDS FAMILY REUNIONIN
The Flagler Woman's Club is GAINESVILLEMr. _
certainly exercising that old and Mrs. E. D. Johns spent
adge "It's a woman's privilege last Sunday in Gainesville attending .

do change her mind." I| a reunion of Mrs. Johns' PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
The luncheon to be given by : family. It was held at the homeof
the "Dollars" for the "Div her brother and sister-in-law, November, 14, 15, 16, 1963 RESERVED
idends," because the latter made:Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Walker and

more money during their sum. family. II i
mer contest, was set for October,I I Those attending were: Mrs. A.f' ---FINEST MEATS ANYWHEREFresh
then changed to December and:''R. Lopez and Pauline Diaz oft t ---
Is now scheduled for next Wed. Tampa; Mrs. Inez Keaton, Loy,
nesday, November 20, at 12 noon I Carol and Renus Knowles of ,
at the clubhouse at 1524 S. Cen Plant CIty; Bill Knowles from , Small Lean Lyke's Canned Ready to Eat
Ural Ave. ,lir I r Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Captains Mrs. V. W. Haines I McElroy and children, Pat, Lb. PICNICS 3 Lb. $179Handy
and Mrs. Paul Kelly have I Glenn, Larry, Randy and Bruce SpareRibs 49 Can
planned the menu and ask their Mrs. Robert Rutledge and chll- ,
team members to contact them about dren Kitty, Nell and Mike, all Holiday Special

the plans. Also on that of Newberry. Copel-nd' Pure Pork (Hot or Mild)
date the members are asked to From Gainesville: Mr. and pam] River Sliced,

bring canned or packaged goodsfor Mrs. Nathan Walker, Marie 1 lb. '
the "depleted" welfare de Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Sausage 39 Lb. *
partment, according to Mrs. Sam Hope and children Carolyn, Deb. ;! Roll BACON 45

Novick, chairman. I' by and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Earl :
Plans fot several Thanksgiving Crawford and children Cindy, J
I Grade "A" Western Beef
baskets are in the making. Kim and Lee, 'Mrs. Lena Crawford ] Grade "A" Western Beef CHOICE
Donations of any kind will be! and Tam Hope. I
.appreciated.. I Also attending were Mr. and!) CHICK Roast Li. 49< CHICK Steak Lk 59
II I Mrs. Bill Walker of Santa Bar-j I
COMMUNITY CHURCH bara, Calif., and Carlos Hope, Jr.j
The Ladles Guild will hold I on leave from the U.S. Air Force j I r-
their meeting at 2 P.M. today'I in Alaska. II i OUR TURKEY PRICES WILL BE COMPETITIVE FOR QIALITY

(Thursday), in the FellowshipHall. 1 I i iI
A special program has I I GARDEN CLUB TEA I TURKEYS. PLEASE ORDER YOURS EARLY.
AT CLUB MOUSE
been planned and the president,
Mrs. Ira Bordner, urges all members i FRIDAY AFTERNOON '
I' MAXWELL HOUSE U. S. No. 1 WHITE
to be present. Invitations are being sent to I
Sunday school convenes each i I welcome the new members and'
Sunday at 9:45: A.M. with classesfor i friends of the Flagler Beach Gar- I COFFEE POTATOES
!' den Club to a tea at 2 o'clock
all ages. At the 11 o'clock
worship service Rev. R. W. Dick. I Friday afternoon at the Flagler| -
Woman's Club .
building.The
ert will continue to speak on
"The Lord as He Is Portrayed members are making 1 Lb. 10 lb. *
flower arrangements which will 49 29
from Genesis to Revelations in
,the Holy Scriptures." be placed so as to form a miniature Can Kraft Bag
flower show. Mrs. Sue Spl- f
John H. Weksler, airman, USN, vey will have charge of placing Limit 1 with $5.00 or more! food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney the arrangements. Mrs. Florence
Weksler of Flagler Beach, is attending Schwenk is general chairmanand 21/2 Can Shurnne FRUIT 2Vz Food King Whole, Unpeeled

man School the Aviation at /the Naval Ordnance.Air the the guests president will, be Mrs.,welcomedby Leola I Cocktail 3 For $1 Apricots Each'

Technical Training Unit in Jacksonville Jones. Mrs. Ann Batton will
and Mrs. Esther
Florida. The ordnance. pour Juengllngwill
man school trains students in preside at the punch table.
fundamental and advanced aviation Piano solos will be played by 303 Green Giant Sliced Reg. 3 for 69c303 Stokley Sm. Whole

METHODIST ordnance.CHURCH I Prof.Fruits.Frederick Theo Fruits Weber, and and duetts,Master by Qe;; i Free sans-or For69' BEETS 3 For 59


Church school time is at 9:45A. :
FLAGLER BEACH
M. and morning worship is at
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold N. GARDEN CLUB LARGE Ever-Fresh
Hoover, minister.Mrs. I The Flagler Beach Garden 8 Oz. Hunt's Tomato
Club met at (the home of Mrs. 20 oz.
Raymond Martel on November5th 10Fer$1ooBreatlScott's 2 41
Danny Lacy and children for a business and social Sauce Loaves
are here today from Cocoa to
Mrs. Walter
meeting.
spend a few weeks with her Mesheywas
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles co hostess' and a tempting
dessert course was served. Twen REYNOLDS
.

McCabe.Mr.Sr., left. and last Mrs.Friday George to spend Moody a were ty-four Mrs.present.Marie members Brede and introduced guests WRAP i &: 59c- Tissue .2 I.IIs 23Turkey *

Mr. T. W. Robinson who gavean
few days visiting with Mr. and Limit
6 Please
I interesting talk soil
on con Day Special
Mrs. Newton Hall in Fort Wale .
servation .A question and answer
ton. The Halls then accom
panied the Moodys for a few I period followed the talk. FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS
He also showed several pictures
more days visiting relatives in
Montgomery, Ala. Mrs. ,Hall re I'Ion harvesting, potatoes and cabbage I Golden YellowCORN 10 Oz. Green Giant

turned short home with. the Moodysfor ; Mrs. Otis Ma gee and Mrs R. I IJ Per $ Peas Corn F"
a 'stay 5 or CQI
I
I J{. Hirst were welcomed as new Ear 2
Mr. and Mgrs. Jack Meekins members. Mrs. Alfred Juengling :
had the for the
arrangment
have as their guest for a few
I 9 Oz. Mr. G.
month It seashore SWEET
was a aret New Crop Georgia
days Mr. Meekins' brother, J. C.

Meekins, from Pembroke, Ga. t j I rangment dock and of seaweed shells,, and driftwood coral.,' I lk Frelc Fries Pkg'lO ;

BAPTIST CHURCH' .. (She.also gave a talk on pine. Potatoes 1 O
k1Pe ;lh es Several
Sunday school is at 9:45 \ i]: ) arrange. .
Limit
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and en ,1nade by members at the Please
morning worship is at 110'
clock with Rev. Atlee Steve: ),', recent workshop, were also on Fresh Pole 5 oz. Downy FlakeBEANS
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pastor. Training Union is at <6:45< '
and evening worship at 7: 30. Mrs. Juengling and Mrs. Ruth "I .- *
Brandt will be hostesses for the 19 Waffles 2 .
December 3rd meeting, and Mrs. Pkgs 3'5c..Fld
Hannah will furnish
Community arrangement Vogel of the month. Mrs.the '-"."........"...."",}'.....................",}'rl'."............"'............."."........... !

Memorial Church L. F. Nowlin, home service rep ,
.. resentative of the Florida Power 50 FFREE 50 50 EXTRA !50 50 FREE 50
t.... .....1tatt.MI FREE
and Light Co., will give a demonstration I II,
AIR CONDITIONED on Christmas lighting I S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

Barton, AT*. and decorations. '\ With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your ,
FLAGLER BEACH 'I Purchase of Armstrong Purchase of $5.00 or More Purchase of Stauffers t
Sunday School 10:00: )( A.JL Mr. and Mrs. John :McCabe One-Step Floor Wax- Food Order Escalloped Apples, :
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,Church Service 11:00: A.M. bare Just returned home after| Either Size Each 39c ,
spending the summer months j Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
R. W. DICKERT WEtcoirI, PwtorBVKRrOKB : I with their son, John McCabe, Jr.,i I', Saturday, Nov. 16, 1963 Saturday, Nov. 16, 1963 Saturday, Nov. 16, 1963 ,.
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and their women go unveiled. social group. The i j' primitive.
They speak Arabic in the marketplace unqestioned leader, The village lands extend
but preserve Berber of tradition and his down the slopes to the bottoms
language in their villages. disinherit and call of narrow valleys. Women tend

Blue-Eyed Berbers on the ungrateful, ( vegetable gardens near the
LOCALS Among the purest Berbers are I I or the rebel.Communal I houses. Wheat and barley grow
the Kabyle people who have Labor in tiny fields below. Olive and
I
fig trees are cultivated on the
challenged President Ben Bella.
The whole village
They have very little Arab blood, I in raising houses, valley floors. The Kabyles also
IDLEWOOD CLUB PTA BOARD I and are notable for European harvesting, and i I raise a few cows, sheep, and
MEETS WITH MEETS TONIGHT features and a high incidence of tasks. A strong considered'i I goats. ,
MRS. McGRIFF The executive board of the blue-eyed blondes.. tiouizl, a gift of labor I j 1 I But trees are a man's most
Mrs. Cliff McGriff was hostessat Bunnell P.-T. A. will meet at the I precious possession. 'A Kabyle
The tribesmen live a hard, be repaid.
the November 12th meetingof high school office tonight at 7:30. simple life in Kabylie, a rugged, I I may own a fifth Interest in an
the Idlewood Club. Twelve The next meeting of the I'.-T. A. mountainous region stretching The average Kabyle olive tree growing on someone
members were present. President will be on November 21 at 8 inland from the Mediterraneancoast three to five acres, else's soil and count himself
Bette McDaniel presided at the P. M. en is cattered over fortunate.
between Algiers and the
business meeting. plots. In some In spite of the hardships, most
seaport Bougie. It is bleak coun '
The club plans a bake sale Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor try. The fertile lowland soil soil is tilled by a I Berbers who imigrate:-eventually

on,Wednesday, November 27, In I spent last week visiting pointsof gives way to harsh mountains 1 that an ancient 'I return to, resume* the-o@ways
front of the Bunnell post office interest in Central Florida. probably would have of life.
where ice and snow fill high
at\10 A. M. That .
evening they
I
passes even in late spring.
will attend the Community Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bratcher 1-
I Unlike most mountain areas,
Thanksgiving Service at the were recent visitors in Augusta, Kabylie is densely populated.In .
Bunnell Methodist Church. I Ga. They were accompaniedhome some places, almost 500 per. 1I f

Club members are working on i by her brother, Bill Turn. sons to the square mile clusterin FREE TURKEY
the doll wardrobe which will be er, who has been a patient at lofity villages overlooking I
on display at Moody's Pharmacy I the Veterans Hospital there for' fields and olive groves.
about the middle of December. some time. He will visit herewith .
I The stark, tile-roofed Kabyle ,
Plans also aj them for some time.
were made for
I I
houses
rise in tiers along the
club Christmas party on Satur slopes. The backs of the dwel UNTIL THANKSGIVINGWITH
day, December 21. The Decem Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White
lings face outward, forming a
ber club meeting will be social have
a returned to their home barrier. Forked paths at the
at Mrs. palsy Moody's with here after a visit in Knoxville. village outskirts discourage /
;
a gift exchange. Tenn., with relatives. strangers with no business In THE PURCHASE OF <.,

side.
CAMBETH LEE HOFF MRS. McCOY HOSTESSTO
'Thus first the ':
at approach,
Mrs. Harold Hoff and, young FINESSE CLUB village reveals its determinationto .. $69.95
daughter, Cambeth Lee, returned Mrs. Millie McCoy was host. remain a closed and secret "
.to their home here last week ess to members of the Finessee
unit
resolutely united againstthe *
from Holly Hill Hospital. The Bridge Club Tuesday evening at outside world," wrote Pierre OR MORE ATRIVERSIDE I

young lady was born at the her home, Moody Blvd. Boudleu, a French anthropolog !
Holly Hill Hospital October 24. High score winners were :Mrs. 1st.

I Mary Broadaway and Mrs. Jo- Each village is an autonomousunit FURNITURE CO. .
Mrs. Ruth Upson, Mrs. Flossie, ann Crews. and the Kabyles tradition.
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Richardson, and George Biddle ally never recognize an author.
were In Palatka during the C. D. Yelvington of Holly Hill ity higher than the village el. BAY STREET BUNNELL

weekend to visit with Mrs. Mary visited here Sunday with Mr. der. Within the village,. the ,
Miller who Is a patient in the and Mrs. Andy Yelvington. family is the most important
Glendale Hospital there for medical -.
treatment. Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., re
turned 'to his home here Satur MSUEBtt CUCCTRtCMtew

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers day after seven weeks.Jn Jacksonville y COOKING

have returned to their home hereafter receiving medical treatment ,?4:< x. IS ". .
an extended visit in Green. lie underwent surgery at
ville, Ohio, with their son in lawajid Baptist Hospital September 22, r 1S1P
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and after four weeks. there he 1OOOmeaJs.
Charles White and family They I recuperated at the home 'of Mrs.Pinner's .

also visited in Chattanooga, parents.Berbers .
Tenn., with Mrs. Chamber's sister -I
who underwent surgery while: Continue r THAT'S A LOT OF COOKING eVeRY YEAR

they were there. I

Custom of Fighting
Mrs. Rosely Cameron left recently i.
for a visit with friends Outside Control '
and relatives in I
Belverdere, S. C.,
Atlanta and Sylvester, Ga. The Berber tribesmen who arc I .,.1
rebelling against Algerian President .
Mrs. Pete Barber returned to Ahmed Ben Bella have
i wya 1
.
Montgomery Ala. outside for mm
during the fought authority
past weekend after a short visit I I more than 2,000 years.
here with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Berbers are the indigenous wu'A + M61
Barber and family. people of North Africa, the National I II

Geographic Society says.
THANK YOUI About 2,000,000 live in Algeria.
'
( would like to thank all the Roman, Vandal, Byzantine, 1
people for the cards, letters and Arab, and Turkish invaders t'r' i

messages during my stay in the have swept across their lands, _
hospital. I would also like to but the fiercely independent
express my appreciation to everyone Berbers never were subjugatedand
for their interest in me. managed to preserve their
',1 expect to be back to preach identity.
at" the Sunday services. Nominally Moslems, Berbers
V., Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr. j 1:still practice semlpagan rites,

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NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

lira Insurance policies we write still gift the same

dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional

coverage benefits-Home Owner's' Policy-at very MAKE IT A JOY INSTEAD OP. A CHORE... .
little;extra costRemember I
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H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you "Switch"
to Flameless Electric
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
or stop In soon for full details. .

I H. T. COOK AGENCY . the cooler cleaner faster sarer;cheaper way ,
Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL naI ,

I It'i time to change to an electric range. cleaner longer, and pota and pant stay i
You'll lore cooking with flamelcea elee.hiny.briht..
trio . it', ao efficient and ao mod. No wonder more than a minion Florida
em. Automatic controls eliminate pot miliel bate twitched to electric cook
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
watching .give you more freedom. ing./ZamefeM make the big difference!

:E t A. H. CBAIG Funeral Director There'a no consUnt-bununf pilot light The new electric range come in many

. 1 I" ,' ., no fumes..you'll enjoy precious peace decorator colon and stylea. See them.
JOHN HARDIN Associate of mind. Your curtaina and walls stay now at your electric appliance dealer.
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AGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNEIL FLORIDA Thursday Nov.
f __________ 14. 1963
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'Books Are DishBy I raking should loosen the soil IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF J Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
My
i KI.ACiL.KH COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
: Too Late some. CHANCERY NO.' 4773 SLS6 Tear la Advance

. I Dorothy Homans Topdress the lawn before seed. OLLY JKHNWANPlaintiff.,

for the with 0.1.1 ratio fertilizer REQUEST FOR IIIDS
More windfalls Flag- ing a VI. Notice Is hereby given that the

To Classify ler Woman's Club Library. The at 10 to 15 pounds per 1,000 JUANITA JEU'NIOANDefendant East Flagler Mosquito Control District
of Flagler Beach Florida will
I' Harold Massie's Loan Collectionhas square feet If small seed: NOTICE TO DEFEND accept sealed bid at the office located -
.T BuSMll K.OTI THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 7 miles north of Flagler
reference books. like bents
many good grasses Kentucky JUANITA JEUNIQAN. Beach on Highway AlA up to and
when a fellow's Among them, 'The Book of bluegrass and Poa trlvialis will whose place of residence until 1:00 P. At. on Tuesday November
suppose and post office adddreir 19th, 19(., or postmarked
hair begins to gray around the Knowledge." Mrs. Raymond ar be used, some nitrogen should are unknown. ) t
following' for
You are hereby notified that a fiscaldyeareendr
the '
ranged things so that 70 wonderful also be applied.
temple and starts thinning out suit has been filed against you In Ing September 30th, 1964.Furnish .
almost new cloth bound Although the finer textured the above entitled cause; and you
look
he Is Inclined to a gallons
on top are hereby required to answer waltiodf: : d
back on the world he knew as books were sent the club from grasses are more expensive per with the Cleric rlrhrso'go t, to the No.District's I Fuel storage tank vr at

a youngster. two libraries In Connecticut.And pound of seed, the seeds are the and plaintiff to serve! or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon, shop north of Flagler Beach Florida

Sitting comfortably In the Rufus Miller has given smaller and less pounds are hose P.name B. HUFF and address is: : capacity, In quantities of storage suitable tanks,for which the

shad wat L.Jhe grand. I Ichl1dreJi some valuable war books as needed. For example it requires 105 N. 2nd Street I Is approximately ,500 gallons.
I Quotations to Includa all applicable
it a"1> ga8.tp., some mysteries.".r '<..t.... from five to-Impounds of rye- .Palatka P. O. Box Florida 446 ; I taxes and to be firm bid based on

compare their childhood ,,m I | heading books' on microfilm is4otrplly graSs for 1,000 square feet while hot ms.later than December 9th, A. D.I terms 60 degree of payment.F. Temp.. _and to: state

dull, but the style IsrAinecL. only two to five pounds of fes Furnish approximately 2,000 gal-
my own. Loving parents Tf you fall to do no, decree pro tons Gasoline to bo dellv red "to
doting grandparents had : .You have :to read word cues are needed. A half-pound: confesso will be entered against the District's Headquarters northof
,iprq you for the relief demanded In the
Flagler Beach. Florida, In
vided playground equipmentthat by word which destroys para of bentgrass per 1,00 square bill of complaint. The nature of for storage tank facilities.quantities

.Included Just about graph and sentence structure. It feet should be sufficient I said suit being for divorce. Bidder to furnish storage tank Of ..
everything WITNESS my hand and seal of (00 gallon capacity with, dispensing
from a trampoline to mer is rather like trying to view the Coverage will be best if the Aid A.Com D. 1968.this (th day of November pump and meter. Quotations to''"Include

ry-go-round and a miniature ocean through a reading glass. seed is sown In two directions. t (Official Seal; E. A. 8MYTHE be a firm all bid.applicable, stating taxes terms of and.payiment. to-

And cannot take a micro. Daily watering is of said Circuit Court13y ,-
roller'couter. There were swing you necessary until I Julia R. Harvey Furnish
approximately 2.000 gallons
sets'', a playhouse large enough film cabinet out to a hammock all seedlings are well estab Nov. 1-U.U.U-fte Deputy Clerk. of L. P. Gas, delivered to the
with a plate of cookies. lished.: Dlstrlcts's' Headquarters north of
for'me to stand erect In, completely I Flagler Beach. Florida. Bidder to

furnished, horizontalbars Microfilm Is Just another blow IN TUB AND COUNTY FOR FLAGLKIl JUDGE'S COURTIN COUN- furnish storage tank and dispensing

and frame work for climb at English literature, even worse :I TV CASE, FLORIDA NO. Ml IN PRORATE. to be pump firm with bid. 'meter. Quotations

ing. Most of It seldom used I than re-writing Shakespeare in : IN RE BEN: Estate F. PATRICK of deceased. on Bids Tuesday will ,be November opened at 19th the, office 19(3

and gathering rust. a modern version. While aboutIt NOTICE 7:30: P.M.
I I II OF FILING PETITION1FOIl
Successful bidder 'e,ill! be notified
And this was outdoors. In the I why not repaint some of the pRpdt.E M. FINAL ADMINISTRATORTO DISCHARGE OF following the District' tabulationof

old masterpieces in a modem ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN bids.
house were radios and television, : The District reserves the right
version too? Notice Is hereby to reject any and all bids and to
that I
Barbie dolls, coloring books, a have filed given waive any informalities In bidding
final returns administrator
my as
miniature railroad complete for the estate of BEN East Flagler Mosquito
Control District I
with' freight and I TRY F. PATRICK deceased; that I have I L
passenger Keep Your Lawn filed my petition for final discharge, Lyman Gage Secretary'Nov.
7U2to"ITaLIC
equipment, automatic block signals and that I will apply to the Honorable
T. K. MCKNIGHT. County
crossing gates, signal towers GreenMost Judge of Flagler County, Florida, DETERMINE NOTICE POPULATION OF MEETING OF TO

and all the rest. Games by on the November same and 21, for 196 final for'discharge approvalof BVBNTII, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

the score, bookshelves laden homeowners who take BEN as administrator F. of deceased.the estate of Notice Is OF hereby FLOIUDA given by the
PATRICK
with everything from comic pride In their lawns would like October 24th. 1963.S undersigned Census Commission Honor
the
heretofore appointed by
books to a children's encyclo to keep them green all winter / / Harlan Administrator H. Patrick of the estate able Farris Bryant as Oovernor;
of Florida to determine under authority
pedia. of BEN 1". PATRICK, de.
long. 1p t8S Rw1T Wiroost ceased. of Chapter 31.393 of the

And what were the kids do. This Is possible in Florida by I aa.tt t Oct. 24.31' & Nov. 7-14--4tc 1966 laws of Florida (Second Extra :
THE N : ordinary<< Sessions) the population !. -
ing? Bunny, age 6, was In the using a "two-grass" system and IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF 01 me Seventh Judicial \..'lr-

i sandpile clearing an area witha just a little extra effort. Jack FLAGLKH COUNTY, FLORIDAIN cult of Florida of St. composed Johns of thecounties ,
CHANCERY: NO. 4764
: :rhearln..a
plastic bulldozer that he In. Cabler, agricultural extension, JOHN W. SICLEY Plaintiff Flagler and be held Volusla by, that such ,commissioners -

slated pn calling his "Bullnozer." service assistant hl'ticuiturlst'l( va. to receive evidence and:

Bobby, age 4, was in hot pursuit who specializes in turf grasses; ELSIE A. SICLEY Defendant. proof needed In determining to assist said the number commissioners -

of a scampering charmelion pays many homeowners, motel NOTICE TO DEFEND of inhabitants of said Seventh
Judicial I I Circuit, and whlcii hearings
LND ITSeCONOMICM THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
that in its haste to escape had operators and golf course superintendents S ELSIE A. SICLEY said commissioners have deputed
advisable to be held t the following
Post Office Box 86 *
galloped her barefoot use the system to
over Mary, Sand Lake New York times and places, to-wit:

age 2, was giving voice to her keep lawns green year around.In IN! TIIK CIRCUIT COURT SEV. You are hereby notified that a! o'clock Time:A.November M. 25th, 19(3 9:00:

unhappiness because none of the two grass system, our AND NTII FOIL JUDICIAL FLAULKR CIRCUIT COUNTY; IN! suit the above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you In Place: Circuit Court Room in

the other children would relinquish permanent summer grasses' FLORIDA. CAM NO. 4778 are hereby required to file your answer Halifax. Law Center Holly Hill.Florida. .
i JAMES H. LEGGETT. with the Clerk of this Court,I
their current Interest which ,turn brown when cold Plaintiff, and to serve a copy thereof upon Time: November 25th. 190,5. 3.00
o'clock P. ,
/ in her favor. weathe arrives are overplantedwith CARROL JOAN vi. LEGGETT DIVORCE the whose plaintiff name or and platlnlffs address attorney li: i I Place: < Circuit Court Room inI

1)1) As a youngster I had to find. winter grasses that In turn NOTICE TO Defendant AHPKAIl 523 FRENCH North C.Halifax DAVIS Avenue .I' nell Planer Florida.County Court House, Bun

my own energy outlets. There die out in the spring. The win. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Daytona Beach Floridanot Time: November 26th 1963 9.0: ,f

were few mechanical toys. A ter cover is a temporary grass. CARROL 2870 Alonxo JOAN Lane.LEGOETT. 1963.If.later than November 25th. A. D. [ o'clock Place:A Court M. Room B. In pu*-

swing was something your daddy I The system applies all over Costa )Mesa, California. you fall to do so, decree pro I nam Florida.County Court House, Palatka,
confesso
You will be entered againstyou
put up for you In the back the state with the only varia suit for are divorce hereby has notified been that filed a for the relief demanded In the Time: November X6th, 1963, 2:30

yard. You made your own coaster tion being the length of time cause against and you you In are the hereby above required entitled aid bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of I o'clock Place:P.Circuit M. Court Room in St

by attaching a soap box to the cool weather grasses will to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney said WITNESS my hand, and seal of I Johns County Florida.Dated Court. House, St' Ai1gustlne. -
whose Court this 22nd day of October
name and
a set of baby buggy wheels.At flourish. In northern parts of hereon. your written address defense.appear Ifany. A. D. 1963. I this 1st day of Novemb,
/ D. 1961.
> the age of 8 another, boy the state, homeowners generally sad suit to the, on Bill or of before Complaint the 16th In (Official Clerk Seal of) said E,Circuit A. SMYTHE Court /SW.. C. PERRY Chairman.

and I decided to establish a over-seed from October 15 to November day of December. D. 1963. else By Julia R. Harvey I /CHARLES J. APPLEBY
Deputy Clerk
decree pro confesao will be entered
drug store. We constructed the 15. December lis a gen- \ against you.WITNESS. Oct. 24.31 A Nov. 7-14-4tc /SNATHAN I. WEINSTEINAs

building from old lumber. Our eral recommendation for south my hand and seal of
IN
aid Court this 12th day of No TIIK CIRCUIT COURT SEVKNTH -
stock included a variety of pills, Florida, but all dates will vary vember. A. D.._1963. : JfDUIAL CIRCUIT, IN appointed Census Commission by Governor to
(SEAL AND FOR FLAHLKR COUNTY,
) 1.V A. 8MYTHE
capsules, powders and we could slightly from year to year de. Clerk of said Court, FLORIDA. Itt'ITY NO. 4770 Seventh determine Judicial population Circuit of

Bill any prescription with ac. pending on temperature.The By Julia It. Harvey John Blue Clillliand Plaintiff. Nov. 7-14-2tc .
tDeputy Clerk.
curay and dispatch. We gather. cool weather grasses gen W. I. Wadsworth Helen Theresa I, IN TIIR CIRCUIT COtTRT.SEV' -
P.O. Box 89 Mary Gtlllland.
ed old bottles of every size and erally grow rapidly. Rye grass is Bunnell, Florida* Defendant KNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR FLAOLKII
description.. Mud and clay provided a quick and easy example but Attorney"for: Plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR ANDANSWF.R COUNTY. NO 477J. -
NovHJ.J8 & Dee! 5 ,
material for attractive it has a number faults. Cabler -4tc IN THE NAME OF THE STATE ,MARCO, D.. KIRIAKES, '
OF. FLORIDA Plaintiff.
pills and tablets. Sand, salt, believes fine textured grasses TO: Helen Theresa Mary! Glllifand I ANASTASIOS'
arid hold promise for the future such HASTINGS MATTRESS: 18 West Dean Valley Road j I I C. KIRIAKES.
pepper was carefully folded Islington, Ontario a minor, JANULLA QIRIAQUI

ih 'the form} of powders Find. as 'Kentucky blugrass, the fine & UPHOLSTRY WORKS You Canada are hereby notified that 'GEORGE KAZAQ UI.QIRIAQUI.PANAJO QIRIAQUI.and FRANK

ing'some' discarded paint cans fescues (creeping red, chewings, 71b42 Lemon St. suit has been brought against you.a PYLE. as Administrator ad Litemof
the Estate of CHRISTOS G.
In the Circuit Court of Flagrler
we thrilled as we dipped our Poa, talvialis( and the lawn. Palatka, Florida County Florida. In Equity by JOHN Kirlakea deceased.

sun "dried pills In the various type bentgrasses.To BLUE GILLILAND and you are here Defendants.
Phone EA 5-9166 TO BE
by required to file
personally or by THE
i colors:: Tonics and elixirs were establish a good stand of Furoitu-v 'Upholstering attorney with the Clerk of said IN NAME: OF THEiSTATE
OF
FLORIDA.
concocted with tap water and winter grass the lawn must be Repolrea &. Refinished any Court, to your the Bill written In Equity defenses in said If I TO: JANULLA QIRIAQUI KAZA-

artifllcal coloring obtained from well prepared. Existing permanent Mattresses & Box Springs suit on or before the ICth day of I Rue Rexhep Pexa 4
December, A. D. 1963. and also
Made to
\o Order Also Renovated
should be mowed Tirana Albania
grape Juice, mustard and bluing. grass serve a copy of your written de-

Our Imagination ran wild, other closely (this may require two Call Laura Morris 4373233 tenses Krol. up on Messrs. Osslnsky & GEORGE. 30'Mamurol. QIRIAQUIRep.
Attorneys for Plaintiff at
youngsters Joined and advanced mowings) and raked free of all After 6:00 P. M. their office address at 411 Main Albania

their own ideas, until we had loose material and leaves. The PRICES REASONABLE. or Street before Daytona the Itth Beach day Florida of Decem, on PANAJO Rue Rexhep'QIRIAQUI Pea 4
BUDGET PLAN .
'' IF NEEDED. ber, A. D. 19(3 us required by the Tirana. Albania
a .tock' that would have been
YOU
Just as near as your Florida Equity Rules of Civil Procedure ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
bands bottle
toothpicks, spools, that a Complaint for assignment of
the of and
herein fall
i 'envy a professional Phone or Post Office not or Decree
dower to MARGO D. KIRIAKES
in
all contributed their partto Pro Confesso and Final Decree
caps
pharmacist.Our Drop Us A Card or Call will be entered against the Estate of her deceased' hus
our manufacturing industry. you band CHRISTOS G. KIRIAKES,
Free Pick-up & Delivery by default
next venture was "uJ'M'} has been filed against
That the you. and
name of the Court In
>.! -remember how excited
we
!p you are hereby notified and -
1 road. Starting: from scratch we which said suit has been Instituted. required -
(, .were, when we found that card. Is the Circuit Court Seventh Ju to file your answer or pleadings
!
began making our rolling stoclj. dicial Circuit of Florida. In and for to said Complaint In the officeof
.board and glue lent itself to the the Clerk of the
mbr tfkglrr tfrtbunr Flagler County In Equity and that Circuit Court
Laths cut to six Inch len In and for
Flagler County Florida
the title of said li here-
cause as
with a tack at each end ,.na' excellent : coriatijictlon of most anything, Inabove set forth. at his office in the Courthouse In
; stations, crossings signs, round. flV5 (ELL, FLORIDA You are further notified that the Ei nnell, Florida, and to serve acony
golndolas. A block of I nature of said suit Is a suit for of such answer or pleading
house ,automAtic block signals divorce. upon HENRY P. DUFFBTT, Esq..
wood fitted to the of lath ;
top a
I IDeel. WITNESS hand and seal of Plaintiffs Attorney herein, whose
that could be from my
operated a
MRS. M. D. FULLER Editor
address Is 142 Volusla
with Avenue.
y space for a platform at office at Bunnell this llth Day
central point with strings car.I day of November Jo'ioridai'( tona Beach Florida on or before
each end with windows paintedon EMIL A. SMYTHE. as Clerkof the 10th day of December lt(3.
each side and even lettered I rled by miniature poles from .....d Offlrlal P.b11eat1.a I the Circuit Court of Flag- as required by the laws of Floe
ler County, Florida ida and the Florida Rules of Civil
one signal to the next. A gentle '
Santa Fe gave us hours of pure I.. Subtle Netleea .f Flatter (Circuit Court Seal ProcedureIF
pull would elevate the mainline O..ty, Municipalities thercla OSSINSKY & KROL YOU FAIL TO DO SO. A DE-
enjoyment. No matter what the Solicitors for Plaintiff OREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE:
problem was some semaphore, boy we were .cooking ..* the ttat..1 Florida 411 Main Street ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
bright kid
Daytona THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN
Bench Florida
with gas. Our greatest fun
would have the Nov SAID COMPLAINT.The .
answer, rubberWVWUVUVUVW 14-21-28 & Dec. 8-Itc
came from figuring out each Entered as second class matter Flagler Tribune Is hereby
designated a* the
newspaper In
r YV\ftVtfVW problem for ourselves. No store. February (, 1J1J. at the pottofflce which this notice shall be published

O. '1''.. ALFOED J bought ready-made system could at !punnell Florida under act of PETERSON, TEXACO once weeks.a week for four. consecutive -

I Registered ever match our homemade rall March 5. 117C. SERVICE WITNESS my hand ,and seal of

road and the constant ,use' of ROAD SERVICE office Florida at, this Bunnell list day Flagler of October.County,
Real Estate kerN..v..y. .
our imagination, and Ingenuitystood One year _...._.-tli. Light Mechanical Work (Official Seal) E. SMYTHE

> Bunn lL Florida us in good stead the rest Six months _..T..:__'_11.11 Phone 437-3441 BuaaeU, F1.Clerk ler Circuit Court'Florida
County
. . . . .. of our lives. Nov. f.UnUfteF :
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