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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 5, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00568
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51, NO. 48 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1963 $250A YEAR

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Flagler Farm Bureau Sponsors I "Happy Holiday Bunnell Commission Employing


Preventive Polio Vaccine Clinic I Fashion Show" ( City Planner DeWitt To Further



Over Flagler County This SundaySpecial Termed"Happy SuccessThe Holiday Fashion! Public Low Cost Housing Here i


Show," sponsored by the Junior', I
been setup
clinics have
December 8, NEW OWNERS I Woman's Club, staged at the''MASON AND STAR The City Commission met
for Sunday,

from 1 to 6 P. M. in each of the FOR BIMINI BAR I night Bunnell was Civic attended Center by about Monday 200]I! SUPPER SATURDAY McGee Tuesday of afternoon Jacksonville with, an DeWitt architect .i;

eight voting precincts of Flagler Mac and Lou McCabe have persons. Members of Bunnell Masonic and professional city planner ';\

county and, in addition at Carver purchased the Bimini Bar and Fashions, furnished by Land'n Lodge and Order of Eastern Star in a further attempt to secure I

High School, for the purposeof have assumed managementThey Sea Fashions of Bunnell, Included and their families will hold a approval for construction \.

giving oral vaccine to all persons are risiding in the living holiday wear for day covered dish supper at the Ma. here of addltonal low cost hous I

in Flagler county.is quarters of the building. time and after five, sports wear, sonic Hall on Saturday, December ing.H.

While the program sponsored the They purchased the bar from jackets, sleep time wear, slacks, 7th. V. Peavy, mayor, said the .k'

and underwritten by John Blelljeski who has owned skirts, and dresses for "tiny This is the annual Christmas commission; at a meeting Wed

Flagler Farm Bureau, It is re- and operated the business for women," and all members of the party and social meeting for nesday evening agreed to cm-

ceiving the active cooperation of several years. The property is family. members of both organizationsand ploy McGee at a price of $300 ,t

most of the civic organizations located on Highway 100 at the Mrs. Walter Cody was com their families. ; to draw up the necessary plan

the druggists, and the County intersection of Deen Road. I and to it by the
mentator for' the show and she Those attending are asked to get approved

Health Department also modeled a gown bring a gift to be sent to the Housing and Home Finance

Epidemics have been encountered Board Those modeling were: Raybeth Masonic Home In St. Petersburg. Agency in Atlanta by December
and County
in Duval County ,
hada Hersey, Gwen McGriff, Shirley i 16th.
neighboring counties have About Townsend, Isla Kester, Virginia : Elzie Hunter Once approval is obtained the r
Argues
that mostof
few cases of polio so Moody Molly Bertha Peggy I commission will, appoint two

our neighboring counties to Disston RoadAt Blelljeski, Madalyn Neely, Rhea I Passes seprate groups, an advisory
the north of us have alreadyhad Away
Dobson, Carrie Alford. Dr. Allen board and a planning board. ,
bral
of
"crash" programs the meeting Monday morning Reynolds, Robbie Tucker, Chip The commission hopes to secure .
vaccinations with tremendous I Last
polio of the Board of County Commissioners Johnston, Minnie Deen, Joni ThursdayElzle 50 units. These would replace

success.The most of the sessionwas Knight, Billy Reynolds, Kim I A. Hunter, lifelong rest ,.substandard housing now

oral vaccine J. R. will be pre and taken up with arguments Knight, Wendy Zeller, Frank I dent of Flagler County, passed occupied by low income persons p
Dr Sayers
pared by
Reynolds and Cherly Zeller. I and families. Many of the pres.
about right pf way of a road away early Thursday morning
local druggists, Gib Andersonand '
into Lake Disston, with no final Refreshments were furnishedby I after a brief illness. ent structures could be condemned
will be
George It
Moody. In small solution arrived at Brannam's Food Market,I He suffered a stroke Wednesday for occupancy once the
administered orally
Shelton's Supermarket, and Rod. I morning while hunting and new units are ready for occu
cubes of Three doses, I ,
sugar. G. M. Spurllng! owner of lands
gers Food, and Citizens Bank of carried pancy.
I was by ambulance/ .to ..
four to six weeks apart, will be
bordering the lake, came before tit
Bunnell. nnell now has two such
the Flagler Clinic: and Hospital t tI
immuni '
required for complete the board and offered a compromise Door prizes were furnished by I where he died about 2 o'clock projects, both of which are fully
zation. Dr. Sayers, director of on right of but no I'I
way Land 'n Sea. They Included: five, Thursday morning. He was 73 occupied.Just lp
the County Health Department, definite plan was accepted. ten and fifteen dollar gift cer years of age. where the new units
will direct the and
program this Recently' the commission re- tificates. They were won by Mr. Hunter was born and had would be situated, Mayor Peavy
train the "feeders" for
pro cinded former action of another Carol Ford, Elaine Skolar, and I lived all his life in Espanola, I said, has not been determined.

gram. ,Gordon Shields. He was retired At the commission stated
three week board accepting a plat of the a farmer and
All over | I
persons
Committee Chairman Laura: cattleman. He had served bimonthly meeting Monday evening
of are encouraged to take : lands. The (route has been* surveyed as !
the age There is, no limiton I by the State Road Department ' Reyonlds was master of ceremonies County Commissioner from Dlsfylct.Flve.28 most of their time was

-agethough vaccine. : it considered I *until-*they- am& too* -a and_.prevented, the ,club,. .years,,retiring -three. taken .UR openingbids for ac'quisftion'

that 40 not strip less in width than the department president, Maxine Buckles who years ago. I of a new garbage truck
as
persons over are requires. The county I welcomed the group. The Dance He was a member of the First! i and Insurance for all city property .
susceptible to contracting poll
Band furnished music for the I I
board is endeavoring to acquire .Baptist Church of Bunnell and
Persons with high fever
a shoulqriot
I I I
evening. had served as deacon for There were two bidders for the
take the vaccine. There arp sufficient right of way for the many
no known 111 effects from taking paved road to be constructed.The I Seventy-five per cent of the years, retrlng about three yearsago I garbage truck with a. "packer"
proceeds was given by the clubto lie was also a member of body-Hall-Tumlln Chevrolet Co.

the vaccine. board agreed to pavingof the Band Parents Assn. for the local Masonic Lodge. and Bunnell Motor Co. HallTumlln .

Since many of the cases in Bay Street from Brannar grocery the band, and the club retained Survivors include his wife. I bid $7,905.28, less $799.99

the Duval epidemic were of the corner to Florida Power and twenty-five, per cent to be usedon Mrs. Etta Hunter, Espanola; four credit on trade In, however the

f Negro residents, it is emphasized Light building; one block of their club community proj sons, Kenneth Hunter, Otis bid was awarded to Bunnell Mo l

that all employers urge their Church St. from Moody Blvd. to ects. Hunter, and Wilfred Hunter of tor Co. for $7,105.28 because the

Negro employees and familiesto Court; to substract $700 from Bunnell, and Howard Hunter of commission selected the body

participate In the program. the Haw Creek road project and Orlando; three sisters, Mrs. W. submitted by them as the beat

While there Is no charge for for the State Road Dept. to use New CookbookTo E, Kudrna of Bunnell; Mrs. Ken. buy.
the oral vaccination contribution
a it put in culverts on north Bay neth Biddle of Lake Geneva, and Com. M. B. McDaniel offereda
of about 25 cents is desiredin
St. near Its intersection with Mrs. Maude Lloyd of Jackson motion to buy a master meter
order' to the Go On Sale
help Flagler Deen Road. .
vile. Also surviving are seven for the city waterworks, estimated
Farm Bureau of
defray some
I grand children, and four to cost $700. The motion
great-
the cost of vaccine and supplies. Adopted a resolution in memo During JanuaryThe
grand children. failed for want of a second.
The places to receive oral vac ory of E. A. Hunter who was a .
Funeral services held The Florida East Coast Railway
cine will be voting precincts in county commissioner for 27 were
cookbook "Favorite Recipes ! from the First Churchat offered a check for paymentof
Baptist
Bunnell, Flagler Beach, Marine- years;,M;. Hunter died Thursday.The I
From Flagler County Kitch I 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon.The taxes at about 37 per cent

land, Haw Creek, Espanola, St. board voted down, a request ens" will be available by the I pastor, Rev. Thomas Pinner, of the amount they were billed.It .
Johns Park Korona and Carver
,
for title search of propertyon middle of January, Commltee officiated. Interment followed In was rejected just as It was
High School. The date and time i
they Haw Creek toad where Chairman Pat Cowart said to. II the Espanola Cemetery. Garcia' last yearSENIOR.
are: Sunday, December 8th. ito r r
6 P. M. the board had hoped'to get the Funeral Home of St. Augustine

State Road Dept. to build bridges day.The was in charge of arrangements.
type setting by The Flag-
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before building the road, The ler Tribune was completed the Active pallbears were Duane' CITIZENS

LIONS CLUB TO I road department apparently Acquires past week and taken to the I.I Deen, O. F. Alford, C. O. Magee, CLUB TO MEET i

HONOR FOOTBALL rights of way on any roadbefore printers to be made !in book form H. H. Murray, L, L. Harris, andJ. I The Flagler Senior Citizens
( building bridges. B. I
BOYS AT BANQUETThe shortly. Matheriy. Club will hold its next meeting

Honorary bearers were L. M. I Tuesday evening, Dec. 10, at the
date for the Lions Club The cook book will contain about Whitaker' Walter Cody, Raymond Recreation Center in Flagler

banquet honoring the Bunnell FLORIDA UNIVERSITY one hundred pages of fav- Smith, R. A. Powell, Harold Beach.

Football Team has been set for oriate recipes contributed by Edwards
LISTENING MACHINEPeople I I Emery, Roger There will be a potluck supper ",
December 19 7 o'clock. women of Flagler County. Wickline C.
at many George II. Cowart, beginning at 6 P.M. All
Guest speaker for the evening who like to talk will The covers will be hardback Alfred Tucker, II T. Cook, Jack
senior citizens are Invited to at
will be Freshman Coach Ken find a perfect match at the University notebooks of 'plastic. The cover Clegg, and Dean Holland.
tend and are asked to bring
McLean of Florida State University of Florida where re will be green with white lettering
food and tableware.
beverage
in Tallahassee. searchers have a machine that There will also be a
U. OF F. Appointed by the set-up committee
The club is honoring the team knows how to listen ; hundred bound in plastic spiral BOSSY
tables and
which Is of the bind with covers. SETS RECORDA II' to arrange
champions conference The machine, known as a I make other advance preparations

this year. fundamental frequency indicator Orders for the cook books may registered Holstein cow are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred

(FFI), doesn't (talk back- be placed with Mrs. Arline owned by the University of Flor Juengling and Mr. and Mrs.

NO SMALL CLAIMS but It does print out some answers . Knight or they may be bought ida's Agricultural Experiment Harvey TurcotL

COURT SESSIONS to important questions a- when they are assembled in Station, has shattered Florida

DURING DECEMBERSmall bout the human voice. I January.The milk and butterfat records in FLACLER SCHOOL

Dr. Harry Hollien, associate I cook book Is a project of ,I the official herd testing programof HONOR ROLL NAMES

Claims Court Judge Le- professor of speech at the university the Womans Society of the First The Holstein-Frieslan Association WERE OMITTED

ola Jones said today there will is using the equipment J,Methodist Church of Gunnell.! of America.The Through oversight two names

be no Small Claims Court sessions to measure and study the II'This book will contain all recipes national Holstein organization were omitted in the Flagler

during December. sounds produced by the voice I that were in the first printIng reports that Fla Melody Beach honor roll last week.

The next session of the court mechanism. lie believes that five years ago and will also Fobes established a new high They are Janet Haines, sixth

will be January 8, 1964, Judge the FFI at Gainesville is the I have about twice as many new for junior four-year-olds milked grade and Frederick Fruits of

Jones said. only such machine In the world. recipes added for this printing. ,I two times dally. the fifth grade.



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Thursday, Dee. 6, 1963
TWO I \ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA --,-

: I V TIIR CIIICIIT: COURT OK Tin::
BUNNELL HIGH George Koecwanskl, Buddy Towteend, Alllda, -I 'I I smH'VTII JUDICIAL CllUtirOK i
KLOH1I1A.+ lAND *
Moore, Terry Rawlins Mike Rob. I Wilson. I' FLAI1t.Rn CI(1U'TY. ivURWN. ('UA1\-out I

SCHOOLSecond iaeen, Carla, Tucker, Colleen ,, ('ftlt\ NO. 4MrI13JA1tE '
.
6 Weeks Honor Roll Tucker, Cynthia Harper. I'''I : Plaintiff,
}
; : The starfish, v.
PELT, et !
SARAH M VAN a
Fourth grade-Townsend rlneland, is able DefendantftOTICH .
8ABen I
Ula Allen, Karen Clegg, Nancy Cannon, Tommy Duncan I stomach out : TO OKKR.Ml
Debbie Hewitt Jail Hein to surround and TO: SARAH M VAN PELT. not
Creal, Donna Frazier, Dupont, Rusty 'I' d..d or aliveOnd;
Johnston. Improta, Tony Packer, David 1--- A1.1.nUNKN HfilRS!: DRV IS.EER .

Richardson, Wesley Thomas I;. LIENORS GRANTEES CREDITORS ASSIGNEES THUS

5-AMctnuel Cliff Wetherlngton, Scotty Wild. NEW TEES OR OTHER PARTIES Ol!
Robert. I CLAIMANTS claiming by through,
Dudley Improta, Greg er, Linda Bell, Linda Knight, The fire under or against the said SARAH
son, Kirk Robertson, Minnie Joann Wilson Sue M VAN PELT (who 'Is not knownto
Broadaway, dependable be dead or alive) in or to the
Deen, Kim Lawton, Kay Ferryman Linda McNab. ditional following described land situated
Elaine Tucker. In Flagler County Florida to-wit,
little extra cost.Remember Part of Government Lotl: of
Section 23 Township 11 South,
5-B Morris 8BVickie Moore, Patricia Robbie, I Range 31 East, situated In TUg

Jameslne W1 m b e r 1 y, JayTownsen'd Karen Moody, Peggy Misslnee. take advantage j let particularly County described Florida as and follows more

Mark Strickland, Joy I I ieglnning at the point where the
or stop in soon South boundary of the laid Uov
Lee, Lyna Knight, Catherine 9A \ I ernment Lot 2 intersects the Easterly .
Harris, John Geller. Anne Bourne Vicky King Linda -I boundary of the 600 foot rightof
of the Florida Intracoastal
way
Skolar, Julie Kay Wilkins, Phone 437.3361 Waterway according to plat re-
6th grade-Tonkin Walton Cowart, Arthur McDan. corded in Plat Book 4 atofa1a 12of
tl e Public Records -
James Alan Brannam, Linda lei. ler County. Florida, and runningthence

Barbara Rebecca . . . North (6. 43' oo- west, along
Church, Dodgen, ...... .. . .
"wro the said Easterly right of way boundary
Durrance, Jeanie Hlggin- SB I a distance of 359.38 feet
botham Hlnson Lesa Arthur Ford, Betty Dunson. FOR thence North 82* II' 04* East, a
Cynthia
918.88
distance of feet to Perma
Knight, Beth Matherly, Glen Nelson I' nent Reference Monument No.1,
1.- located on the top edge of the
Paul Porter, Paul Whitaker. 10AMargie Lee Blakely Betty ocean barrier; thence continuing;
,
I North 62 SI' 04* East a dletanco
7A' Lynn Bourne, Sue Ellen Deen, of approximately 600 feet to the
QRP mean high water line of the waters -
Cynthia Durrance'; Marie Hu- Isabele Greene, Sherry Hargett, j OE'IY V of the Atlantic Ocean: thence
Catherine Hlnson, Stanford Rob. I Southeasterly on a meander of ther
gas, Carol Townsend, Brenda i on high water line of the water
Townsend, Diane Lucas, John ertson. Never be of the Atlantic Ocean a distanceof
approximately 736.35 feet to
Cook. Carle Baggett, Harold lOB are always at the South line of the said Oov-
Robert Creal James Rob ernment Lot 2: thence South 88-
King, Brenda experience ,
Bellta Collins, Tucker. 46' 11 West along the South line
ertson, Glen Carle, Charles Herr, of the said ,Government Lot 2. a

David Johnson George Robbie, llth Grade- I Equipped distance to a point of on approximately the top edge'of 54.0 feet theocean

Gary Buckles. Ida Allen, Kandyce Lovell. { barrier I and said point being
i $ South 23' 42' 04* East, a distance
of 71241 feet from the above mentioned
12th Grade I \ Permanent Reference Monument

7BCharles Clegg, John Cody, Su. Kathy Barber, Linda Cody, Alton ;f! P. E. South 88'No.1 46'[ 11 thence* West, continuing along the

ellan Duncan, Nancy Hargett, Ford Robert Hoskins, Sue ,I South line of the laid Government
Lot 3. a distance of 840.05 feet to
King, Gloria Moore Sharon "' ".........", ......... the point. of beginning of this dp.scrlptlon. .

'CLASSIFIED Subject however to right of
way of State Road No
Bearings are referred tltt'e True
Meridian and parcel contains 8.19
acres, more or less, exclusive of
ADS the right of way of State Road
No. AlA.

ALSO all of said Government Lot
......... acct thus Madlag aN 2, lying Southerly of a Westerly
.sate per ward *ac. Iaaertlaa. production of the Northerly boun-
n "... U mlmlmaoi char**. dary of the above described parcel -
; Northerly of a West production -
FOR RENT FURNISHED 2 bedroom 1 of the South boundary of the
above described parcel: Easterly
.a
duplex apartment, large of the !JuterlJnf'an high water
rooms, screen porch. Phone ID 7- line of the Florida Intracoastal
Waterway and Westerly of the
3304. Dec. 5-1tc Easterly right of way boundaryof
the said Waterway, containing
0.81 acres, more or less
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house,
The last
phone/and described parcel being:
large Florida room, 17 Hillcrest, subject to a canal right of a aj
easement to the United States of
Flagler Beach, a real buy. Call t4a '\ America

Aubrey Spivey, HE 92293. Together with all common law
and littoral water rights and riparian -
Dec. 5-4tp rights appertaining to said
--- two parcels of land.
FOR SALE Norge ringer-washer, >e YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint has been filed
almost new. Phone ID 73423. against you In the above entitled
Dec. 5.122tcWANTED cause now pending In the Circuit
a Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
of Florida In and for Flagler
Need acreage In County, in Chancery. wherein

Flagler County: Have clients for rt F above Bjarne named Ursln and Is plaintiff referred and to par the

small parcels prefer 5,to 10 acre ties are defendants, and you are
required to file
your answers or
tracts.. SUNSTATE REALTY, 745 Pleadings to the complaint with
Main St., Daytona Beach. Ph. the Clerk of said Court and to
serve copy thereof upon the
2555242. Nov. 28-3tc Maintiffa attorneys Wilke field and
Jnderwood. 211 Hall Building 160
S. E. Second Street, Miami 32. Florida
FOR SALE-Fuel oil tanks 80 to
not later than January 1. 1964:
280 gajlons) name your own It you tall to do Judgment by
default will
be taken against you
price. Phone ID 73664. complaint for the relief prayed for in the

Nov. 28-2tp
Said suit was Instituted for the
purpose of reforming that certain
FOR SALE-Baby pigs. will be peed from Isaac Payntar to Abraham -

weaned Dec. 15. Phone 4373478. Abraham. Payntar.H. Payntar.also dated known August as

28-tf > Nov. i Auugst 22, 1914. and
.
IA P r recorded In Deed Book 32. page 101of
the Public Records of St. Johns
MAN WANTED-to manage and A County. Florida and re-filed for
operate a retail Watkins Routein record on October 14, 1920. and
J5r corded In Deed Book 3, page
this area. Earnings of $125.00per 671 of the Public Records of Flag-
ler County, Florida, and for the
week from the begin
very purpose of the title to
ning. Write Mr. McGarity P.O. above describe t land In the
said Bjarne Ursln against the
Box 627 Wlliston Florida. claims and Interests of said defendants -
Nov. 213tcWANTED and each o' them.
TW notice
be publishedonce
I each f'k.hf four consecutive -
IRONING to do at my I T weeks In The Flagler Tribune.

home, reasonable. Pick up & de ne1\\ Florida' thl.ORDERED Uth day at of Bun-No.vember. .

livery. Phone ID 73669. the Pick of .1963.ie'k SMYTHE. ,r

10-24-41 of theCircuit Court
of Flagler County, Florida
By Julia R Harvey,
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Clerk.

fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. phones' lighten work, all through Dec.(Circuit 5.11.4 Court 1983-4te Seal) .

sonable prices. Call George Ja-

rot ID 7.3410 8-1-tf PrincesS*
The little, light-up
/Ihr 3IlIiglrr /IrihuntBUTPNELL
HELP WANTED-Couple to run saves space at bedside or chair- : I

restaurant, living quarters In The desk set saves time and steps FLORIDA
cluded. Must have experience.

Will pay great percent of grossto where your family makes and JdR9. M B FULLER. dltoro..I..te.

nght party Animal Land, The handy wall phone hangs out

10 miles north of Flagler
AlA, makes phoning more convenient. OffleUI I'ablleatles
Beach. 8-1-tf
To order your Christmas fee Pablle IhtlHe .f Flmgltr!

"""' Company Business Office Cesaty. Mnalelpalltlea therein

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER ass ,tk. $ut. .f Florida ,

BEACH REALTY CO.
Entered as second class matter
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT,
WATER FRONT FARMS February 6. 1511. at the postofflce

ACREAGESee at Bunnell. Florida, under act.of

,us for your real estate needs March I. 1876.

Office Phone lIE 9.2242

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I smart santas shop in One year --=3,50

or ID 7-3517 Six monthsPAGE -_=Las
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Thursday, Dec. 5, 1963 .rHE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA . PAGE THREE
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N. Hoover, minister. I I BOY SCOUTS PLAN CAMP-OUT Flagler Women's Club New .
p121 i Weather- permitting, the Boy\ Mrs. Frank Brede, ways and
5fagfer V each I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meeklns Scouts of Troop 495 will go on means committee chairman of
and children, Ann, Patty, Debbie an overnight camping trip to the Flagler Woman's Club,asks
I II and Happy, visited with Mrs. Gage's on Friday. The campoutwas members to come to the club'
HAM DINNER TONIGHTThe I METHODIST CHURCH !I Meeklns' mother, Mrs. Sam originally planned for last house Saturday, December 7, at
Walts, in DeLand 1 o'clock P.M. to a workshop
on Thanks. weekend but was changed to the
Ladies Guild of the Com I The Womans Society of Chris. giving Day.BAPTIST yard of Scoutmaster Leonard I preparing for the "Country Store
munity Church will serve I A ham tian Service will meet this morning Christmas Bazaar scheduled for
I Johnson, because of' the cold
dinner tonight at 6 o'clock In In the church building at weather. Saturday, December 14th.
Fellowship Hall. No tickets will 9:30 for their Christmas meet. I
be sold just donations. ing.. CHURCH Beginning at 2 P.M. Wednesday -
t the 11th, will be the business
Church school time is at 9:45A. Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
COMMUNITY CHURCH M. each Sunday. The churchis and morning worship Is at 11 o' Roger Hoose Thanksgiving Day meeting. This will be followed
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. planning a Christmas programfor clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, I were Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Taylor I with an exchange of gifts not to
with classes for all ages. Morn Sunday evening, December pastor. Training Union is at from Olds Hall in aytona Beach exceed a dollar. Mrs. Harold
ing worship is at 11 o'clock with 22, at 7:30. Morning worship' 6:45: P.M. and evening worshipis I and Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGui-I Massle, program chairman, asks
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. -at 11 o'clock. with Rev. Reynold at 7:30. gan also of Daytona Beach. Continued To Page 6
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irr.Ar.T.ER ? --- all old stuff.
TJiE ---- -- would have found it
of
:FOUL -- ------ all things! Shades Wells write The
t'AqE I pire of Didn't H. G.
what happens 1
' and see about a what
And
Fiction ?
--- ; don't wan$ to read anything that In no time at all j Dracula! Another was and Martians years ago
TMyDhhBT rights. 1 hope said the editor. I tattered tapestry that Flying Carpet in the
Books infringeS on those were empty. !castle, about:
the shelves gothlc From now onI
get to the moon. helments-the same ro.\\Arabian Nights
never satirical
they
,
Dorothy Homons) Science fiction is witty Horace Walpole a Science Fiction addict.
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made a discovery.At j Period. I' and tragic. To people who mances witches' brews that am science and I communicate.
Just surprise. were At last
I have Club I was in for a much in other I I There Macbeth
read
to
Woman's not
the Flagler it happened like this -I have more owed their recipes .
think seems Poe
of Science Allan
books it probably Edgar
are some and the i fields I machinery that
Library of ghosts Andit J
both 1 some tales It really is. and
bored than understood
Fiction. Being languishing I unusual would have lor The Flogl -Crlbwat
were under BttbscrU
by science and machinery, 1 supernatural on shelves. Who wants tales of I'I' is not the newest thing I Jules Verne who wrote the a Tripto 80's $2.50 A Year In. "Acbcm T ,. ._., ; '
this in
have always, shunned squatters type- the supernatural these matter- the sun. was about a vain the Moon back
have One story
of writing. Poets I of fact days "Call it Science
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This proposed seaside complex has been
designed to offer maximum
t: ;I \ public enjoyment from valuable beachfront

: 'c ment,, a versatile pavilion, will seat 2000 for property.conventions The,central shows and ele- II '

sports events-yet will have small conference rooms to accommodate

.. local civic and social groups. To the left of the pavilion, a food area
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serve as both a public L
restaurant and PAVILION
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catering center for banquets 3. BAND SHELL
Y in the pavilion. To the right but 2. RESTAURANT 4. BATH ;
out of the illustration, will be HOUSE:
band shell and swimming pool. a 6. OLYMPIC POOL .

To bring this In addition to the above structure, + '
new concept to reality, the architects there
chose concrete. will be picnic
; ; Concrete ground, play area.,
the fluid structural material that don conces ;
can be formed areas
to
almost promenades shops,and offstreet
any
$ shape the designer wishes. parking for .1J .
: Concrete that can be cast into 10,000 cars. Architect:Tomber-
thin-shell roof with a decorative shingle effect. a graceful lin-Sheets, Inc., Atlanta, Ga. Structural :1y i\\
massive buttress Concrete that acts as Engineer:Chastain&Tindel,Inc.,Atlanta, ( .}. ,
walls-yet serves an important decorative function Ga.Owner: City of Jacksonville Beach. ;Q rr
through its textured surface. Concrete
that is fire-resistant, that will +

I nance-free.withstand the potential fury of seaside weather, and is virtually mainte ItI: :I


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cement the basic
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concrete,
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Lehigh contributes to such new concepts as these for all Americans.__ 1LEHIGt]

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a PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 5, 1963
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I DYKSTRA IS NOW
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FLAGLER FOOD STORE
F. Dykitra, 26 whose
Continued from Page 3)
wife Muriel, and parents Mi ST MEATS
members bringing guests to
", and Mrs. C. live
Roy Dykstra
bring a gift for them and everyone
in Flagler Beach, was commit
i \ is asked to wear something
sloned an Army second lieutenant
pertaining to Christmas.On
Wednesday, November 20, in infantry upon graduation e e
from the Infantry Officer Candidate
seventeen members of the "Dol.lars" I
School, Fort Benning, Ga.
team were luncheon hostesses :I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
to 17 members of the"Div recently. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
the 24 week ,
During -
idend" team and 11 guests. Following RESERVED
Lieutenant Dykstra DECEMBER 5-6-7, 1963
luncheon, Mrs. Massle'i course'l
struction In the tactics
\ :
had an Interesting social whereall
ployment of Infantry
prize present winners had were a Mrs.part. Philip Door weapons, as well as leadership I.I FLA. GRADE "A" D and D WHOLE U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF SIRLOIN

Kester, Mrs. training and a strenuous physic. Lb.
Earl Thiel Mrs. R.
K. Hirst. and Mrs. Harry Tread. al conditioning program.He STEAK 89
29'
[ well. attended Hyde Park High Fryers
School in Chicago, Ill.

I Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smalley of I Enjoying Thanksgiving with!j 2 Oz. Size
Maitland, Florida, spent a few
days last week with Mr. Small. Mrs. Gladine Chalflnch were her I PALM RIVER SLICED Jiffy Steaks or For
brother in law and sister, Mr.j
ey's sister and brother In law, I 6 59
and Mrs. Bill Welch, and their I
Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton. I ". Veal Patties
j son Michael, of Jacksonville.Also I BACON 4'9
I from Jacksonville washer I
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitneyhad sister In law, Mrs. T. R. Tender Sliced Baby Beef
as' their Thanksgivingguests Quigley, and her daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Swift' Premium All Meat
Vacuum
in law Li.
,
son Mr. and Mrs. Lee *
,White, Also recent visitor of the Bowler, Also from Jacksonville Packed LIVER 49
Whitney's was Mr. Whitney's I Beach the Robert
were :McCluresand
cousin, David White, stationedat Lb.
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sons Freddy and Bobby.A
ford.the Naval Air Station in San I( FRANKS 49 HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE

recent visitor with Mr. and
Mrs. Willis White and Mr. and
Spending Thanksgiving Day
with Rev. and Mrs. Reynold N. Mrs. Kenneth Whitney was Airman NESCAFE INSTANT SUGAR
David White of NAS, Sanford .
Hooyer were Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Rooney and daughters, Jill and Florida. He Is with emergency .
Marda, from Jacksonville, and equipment on jet aircraft. COFFEE
Miss Ruth Brittenham from He will deploy for the Mediter 5 Lb. :
ranean In January the USS 49 i
I Champaign, 111., Mrs. Beulah on ; j.1
Hoover from Holly Hill and Mrs. 'Enterprise to be gone about : tit 1
Helen Kruger from Flagler &Ig{t m&n'ths. Upon returning to 'J Bag ,
10 Oz.
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Beach. the States he will be stationedat ,
Sanford. He Is the son of Mr. 99 Limit One .
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Mrs.Clifford White of Bain
Limit
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MILLER bridge, N. Y. He Is a grand
nephew of Willis White and a Limit 1

ELECTRONICS cousin of Kenneth Whitney. Limit/ With $5.00 or More Food Order '27'2 Size Can Royal Purple
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.

REPAIRS ON TV'S\ SURPRISE BABY SHOWERAt 2V2 Size Can Food King Plums 4 Fir $100Apricots
WASHERSDRYERS the close of their meeting. .
November 14, members of the For eo .
Ladles Guild of the Community 4 $1 is -. Can Lykes
+ Call Collect 672-0377 Church gave Mrs. Bryce Sheelera

ALL WORK GUARANTEED Mrs.surprise Sheeler baby received shower.a bath. 303 Argo Whole ChIWith I I 4 For 89
enette as a gift from the Guild
along with many individual Green Beans
I gifts front, the ladies. Following 2 For 35 Limit 4 Please
PETERSON TEXACO; the shower refreshments were or Green limas
SERVICE served' by Mrs. Lizzie Tidwell, Bremner's
ROAD SERVICE hostess, and several other ladles. MIX OR MATCH
Light Mechanical Work l Lk1CK
Saltines I
Phone 437.3441 BunntUCommunity 14 Oz. Strietmann's Cinamon
lox I Jf
Mr. and Mrs. Al Jones are

I Christmas leaving this vacation week In to Salisbury spend a, CRISP K:: 39 12 0. LaRuta Corned

N. C. with their son in law and
Memorial Church daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. For
Savoia and children.A Kraft' Velveeta BEEF 2
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Dayton CONDITIONED AT*. 'I CHEESE 2 *
newborn porpoise weighs about 89
FLAGLER BEACH 25 pounds and measures Loaf .
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. from 30 to 40 Inches In! length, FRESH FRUITS and
Church Service 11:00: A.M. according to observations at

R. W. DICKERT, FuterEVKRYONH Marlneland. The adult porpoise FROZEN FOODS VEGETABLES ,
WKLCOMB may measure 11 feet In length,
and weigh 700 pounds. Winter Garden Extra Fancy Wash. State Red Delicious
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Rug Cleaning

Sara Lee Fresh Crisp Tender
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Orientals and reversables slightly higher x. ""' Cake M ggt Carrots| HjL, 1 o

Wall to Wall carpet thoroughly cleaned on location -
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Chair from $*BF95 Up Lb. 10 Lb.
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Sofa Bed from $39,95 Up Pkge 49 Potatoes sr 39(


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Your Purchase of 3 Lbs. :Your Purchase of $5.00 or Your Purchase of One 10
421 6th Street Holly Hill Georgia Pecans : More Food Order Oz. Pack Ever-Fresh Po-

(Between 6th and 3rd Along Railroad) Coupon Expires 5: Coupon Expires I I Coupon tato Chips Expires
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for the ornamental venture, he gayest colon. by selecting dif EGG YOLK COLOR

r suggests placing at least one ferent varltl of tulips that do MADE TO ORDER
inch of pea-size gravel in the I well here.
bottom of the container. Then I Egg yolk color can be madeto
cover the gravel with about I II I Here are a few "muts" for I order for egg buyers, accord

LOCALS three inches of a mixture of one I growing tulips. ,ing to Dr. R. II. Harms head
I part ,peat and one part sandy Get the bulbs as soon as pos of the University of Florida
sible. Put them In the refrigerator
'
soil adding one teaspoon of Poultry Science Department.
I for about six to eight weeks
Miss Cherry And JOHN BIEUJESKI. III fertilizer for each two 6.6'6.. Dr. Harms explains that the
I I and they will be ready for De.
Rev. Taylor, Jr., j I the mixture. cember planting.If color of the egg yolk varies
I Mr. and Mrs. John Blelljeskl,
Recite Vow Jr., of Ft. Lauderdale announce Set plants in the glass en this Is your first attemptat from near colorless or platinum,

Miss Mary Prances Cherry, Or. the arrival of a son, born Wednesday closure at the same depth as tulips, be sure to try some to the a hen's burnt diet.orange Yolk, depending color is de.on

mond Beach, and Rev James November 27. He is the I found growing wild In the gar. Darwlns. Suggested varieties In. termined by the amount of ca-
grandson of Mr. denor in pots. clude Clara Butt, Prunus Barti-
Jr. and Mrs. John
Taylor, were united In mar. rotenoid pigments In the layer
riage Nov. 29 In the Trinity Episcopal Blelljeskl, Sr., of Bunnell. If you use a narrow mouth gon, City of Haarlem, WilliamPitt feed. Ingredients such as yellow
container, you will find long Farnscomb Sanders and
Church, St. Augustine.
corn, dehydrated alfalfa!
tweezers or sticks helpful in the Zwanenburg.
Mr. and Mrs.
John Rice in
Bishop Hamilton West of Jack > are meal, and corn gluter meal
planting operation. In the Parrot try Blue
sonville officiated.The Sarasota this week attending a type
joint convention of Florida Plants suggested for terrariums Fantasy and Violet Queen. In provide the plgmentsih&trdep* .
bride is the daughter of en the egg yolk coo *
are fairy footprints the Cottage use Ingles- I
School Board Members and part. group
Mrs. Lewis Allen Cherry of Or. i "Controlled yolk color is becoming .
County Superintendents.Mr. ridge berry maidenhair fern, come Yellow and Golden Harvest I
mond Beach and Opelika, Ala.,I selaginella, African violets, I increasingly important I

and the late Mr. Cherry. The; and Mrs. Walter Creal, creeping fig, English ivy( small Avoid planting tulips in In. in Florida's egg industry," Dr.

bridegroom is the son of Mrs. J. East Lambert Ave., have as their varieties), flttonla, peperomla, dian file. Single rows of !tulip I Harms lays. I
Henry Taylor, Jacksonville, and house guest Mrs. Jean Oswaldof snake plant (small varities) bulbs gives such a thin line of I II "Some food processors rely on
the late Judge Taylor. I. egg yolks as the primary source
and tradescantia. color that will not
I repay you
Whatchung, N. J. She is a
I for the final
Given in marriage by her I cousin of Mrs. Creal, and recent. To maintain the planting for your efforts. It is best to set of coloring manu-
uncle, Hugo Waldhelm of Ope ; ly returned from a four-year I ventilate the terrarium when the bulbs in clusters or staggerthe I fatcured products. Egg noodles

lika, the bride chose Mrs. James:'stay In West Germany. Her son sides of the' glas s have collect rows several bulbs wide. I and macaroni, for example are
colored In
Elllsor, ,Fernandina Beach, as : was stationed there with the I ed an abundance of moisture; 1 mainly by egg yolks.
this the Pure Food and
matron of honor. Bridesmaids' U. S. Armed Forces. water only when necessary to case,
I Use of the addition
and Act
paperboard Drug prohibits
were Mrs. W. J. Mason, Tews- furnish soil moisture and add paper
has reached I of materials other than
products coloring
I a new
mury, Mass.; Miss Patricia Bed. limited amounts of fertilizer.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy I
high of 453 pounds average per I II what the food Ingredients turn.
sale, Marianna and Miss Gwen.
; Yelvington during the past Plants in a terrarium will sur In the U. S. ish.
person per year
dolyn Golden, Opelika. Miss weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Ted vive for long periods without I -
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Mary Leda Pruitt, Ormond Mlzerak and children Nancy,, fertilizer. The object is to keep

Beach, was a Junior\ bridesmaid. Diane, Karen, and, Teddy of I the plants healthy but growing

Rev George Milan, Jr., De. Miami. They were neighbors of I slowly-just short of a starva BIMINI BAR
Funiak Springs, acted as 'best the Yelvingtons In Miami and tion diet.

man Ushers Included Rev. Stanley were on a Thanksgiving holiday I Keep terrarium plants away

Bullock, Rev. John Haynes, trip to Six Gun Territory and I from direct sunlight, as they are Open Under New Management '

Rev. 'Eugene Ryule and Rev.I Silver Springs. naturally adapted to growing In I I. ,

James Ellisor. dark, damp areas in the woods. i Lou and Mac McCabe
The bride wore a floor length Tulips ,
CARD
OF THANKS :
gown of, satin with an Alecon I It is not impossible to '
lace neckline and a dome shaped The kindness and sympathyof tulips in Florida. If you grow are 'I Inviting YourPatronage'Highway ;; II''I, : '
our neighbors and friends in
skirt featuring a detachable daring enough to try this stall
chapel train and a Dior bow in ,'our recent sorrow will always stemmed beauty, you can liter. 100 at Deq Road_ Intersection
the back waistline. Her elbow ,remain with us a precious mem ally paint your garden with the .I
ory. For the sympathy, express. .
length veil of illusion was at.
ed in so many thoughtful ways, I
tached to a pillbox of Alecon
the prayers, visits and the beau.
lace and seed She
; pearls. car.
,tiful floral offerings, we are I
sled a prayer book topped withan what
orchid. deeply grateful..

gowns The attendants of antique gold wore peau Identical sat. I Mrs.and family.E. A. Hunter-. : & w IILy't seIeit3fr? ',Oirlstmas?'

in with bateau necklines, three-

quarter length sleeves and skirts Gardening In Florida f

featuring controlled front panels ,
extending into three gored bustle (By Kerrey Sharp)
backs. Their circular veils were I For a garden project that is I

attached to gold velvet roses. different, grow "pint-size" plantsin
They carried brown and gold a flve-gallon glass container.The .II t

chrysanthemums.A project is ideal for the
reception was held at the Florida room.
Trinity Parish House. You could christen the project I

For traveling, Mrs. Taylor demljon farming, but to ii' r&
wore a grey three-piece suit with forestall visits by revenue officers

black piping, and black a better name is terrarium.

sories.Rev.I acces'l Besides serving as a conver
Taylor is Priest In sational piece, it will place

of St. Paul's, Federal your green thumb in a show
St. Thomas Episcopal Church of case. I RANGE YEAR-ROUND "REVERSE CYCLE"
Bunnell. I A round x s and fume-free ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONER
glass globe, aquarium
for cleaner . cooler . Cools in summer, warm
large-mouth bottle, large. r; faster cooking. Flamtlen in winter. Two tried-and. Ix
Recent guests Mr. and Mrs. stemmed glass or other clear makes the DIG difference! proven comforts in one y
Rudye Shamblen and Mrs. Helen glass containers are fine for s' compact unit. % s

Shea were Mrs. Shamblen's housing a miniature garden. The _

brother in law and sister, Mr. glass enclosure protects delicate -"-_-_::

and Mrs. C. E. George of Long foliage, brittle stems and leaves
_
Island, N. Y. that are difficult to grow !in /the


HOLLY LOU STEFLIK :open.A terrarium is ideal for grow

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steflik announce ing certain plants under adverse __

the arrival of a daughter conditions.It )
Holly Lou; born November 'is an ideal environment for

29 at the Halifax Hospital in numerous plants that otherwise

Daytona Beach. She weighedsix I would perish in the normallydry
pounds and ten ounces. atmosphere of the home.
I Growing plants behind curved

Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter glass adds luster and reflectionto ,, AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRYER
had the arrangement. Ends dishpan drudgery for Waltz thru wnahday! Ends
as their house over
gusts ever. Speeds through the lifting . lugging, .stoop*
Dr. T J. Sheehan, ornamental
the Thanksgiving holidays Sgt.
; monotonous daily chore in stretching Saves
and horticulturist with the University H the time! acing
Mrs. Buddy Bryan and children back and: tired feet
Jimmy, Charles, and Sharon of Florida Agricultural Ex.
of the Valdosta Ga. Air Force periment Stations, says that a
Base. Mr. Bryan is the brotherof I terrarium is easy to set up.

Mrs. Porter. After selecting the container r i\ _
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t AGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 6, 1963
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1 Bututell di ins Wimberly, and John Jones. II project for the tN.ehersut.) it's
Tommy Hargett was the announcer a SECRET! I

I School News I Several of the Library Club
i f' I members have been working in I A Gift for
Fifth Grade Newt I Library Club News I the city library during their
Mrs. Morris's fifth grade presented I I A short meeting the Library spare time. President Tommy

a Thanksgiving program I Club was held in the Bunnell Kahlert and Secretary Ida Allenare j ,
Wednesday morning, November High School Library on November in charge of keeping the f '
27th, in the high school audi I 21st, at 12:30 P.M. President time sheets for the number of : .
torium. ( Tommy Kahlert presided, hours that each member works I the Man on:

"Mr. Put-It-OW," a short one. I I and sponsor, Mrs. Jeanne Cannon -I in the library.

act play, was first on the pro. was present. Members have almost completed

gram. Marvin C leg g, Mark The members discussed their' getting the books arranged '

I Strickland, Catherine Harris, Library Club Christmas Party,1 in alphabetical order I
:
Deborah Nipper, and Douglas to be held at the Flagler Beach and the job of processing each I \ Your List

Dupont made up the cast, and Women's Club building on Sat book will begin as soon as this ,
j Janet Scott was the announcer.. urday evening, December 7th. is completed. The Library Club:
\ Following this the audience The party will include a buffet members and sponsor consider'

sang a few numbers. I supper (turkey and baked it a real privilege and honor to

Next a one-act comedy, "Wild i ham with all the trimmings) be carrying out this project II .

cat Willy Carves the Turkey," and a dance. Ida Allen 1$ in Jack Wetherington, reporter

was presented, with Hutch Kingas charge of the decorations committee i
for'the event Senior Newer 'I
Wildcat Others in the cast ai

were petty Bteflik, Patricia Hard. The Library Club will meet The seniors are pleased to re i

Ing, Jay Townsend, Ray Smith, again In the school library at II port a terrific response ,to their!
Lyna Knight, Theresa Pelllcer, 7:30: P M. on December 5th to pecan-selling during the Thanksgiving .
Joy Lee, Wayne Pelllcer, James. work on their annual Christmas holiday The pecans were
just In time for the annual holiday -

baking that is going on
during this special season of the
: CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
1 .'i" year.
I Senior pictures, retakes, and
I a, ' A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director club pictures for the annual .

JOHN HARDIN, Associate were taken on Monday, December .
t ;:, AIR OXYGEN 2nd.: The senior boys wore

,'CoNDmONED LADY white shirts, suits, and ties for
I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED their pictures, end the girls, as
,w, CHAPEL AMBULANCES is customary in our school, were _t FREE GIFT
attired in the usual black V
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... may choose his favorite of the
three when the pictures are returned -
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[ f6r the purpose. The pictures .

I I. 4 PIECE should be back in time
if' for ,Christmas. Also, group pictures .
were ,taken in the gymnasium
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of the FFA, FHA, Hi-Y,
Trl-Hl-Y, FTA, Spanish{ Club, Library
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Club, and Letter Club.

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WITH ANY PURCHASE OF TUB STATE THOMAS OP KELLY KLOUIDA. TO: .

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$69.95OR You are hereby notified that a
ult ha. been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you REGULAR
MORERIVERSIDE are hereby required to an- $399
,wer with the Cleric rlhr.oo: f'
I and to serve a copy thereof upon
the I'lalntirr. or plaintiff' attorney,
whose name and address la:
SAMUEL V HOLCH
110 North 3rd Street
I Talatka. Florida
not Inter than December 23rd. A D.
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It you fall to do so. decree pro
FURNITURE CO. 'confesao will be entered against LAND 'N SEA FASHIONS
you for the relief demanded In the
'I bill of complaint. The nature of J
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said Court this ISth d"y of November -
A D 1M3.Offlclai BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE
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t I TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNEIL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 5, 1963

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t of sounding sets of 4 to 12 bells Ringing Contests after arrival In the United States -

I: Bells Delight j Iin varying orders and in mathematically The record number of changesfor and was recast twice by two Dance to the Music of

precise patterns. The a team of ringers-21,600 in Americans, John Pass and

It Music Lovers tune is not Important though I k 112 hours 58 minutes-was set Charles Stow Jr., whose namesIt "The Casuals"

r' I th*. bells are pitched to ring In 1950 at Winsford, England.In now bears.NEMATODES.

World OverThe harmoniously. 1761, at Leeds, 40,320 changeswere I AT THE

1The( number of permutations rung in 27 hours, but this I
booming ,of great'beH*, I !
COCKTAILLOUNGE
has marked moments of jubilation possible on a 10.bell ring is 3,- was not accepted as a record BAMBOO

sorrow, and solemnity ever 628,800. It has been estimatedthat because the ringers worked in WHAT ARE THEY?

105 days of continuous ringing relays. Ringing societies vie to
learned to cast
since man first establish records and the Nematodes! What are they? FLAGLER BEACH
would be required to run uphold
I metal. through all the possible changes.The I I high standards of the art Where are they? What do they I
: Bells are heard everywhere. do? Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.
been The Washington Cathedral's10bell
have
various peals I
Their ring out from
peals given names deriving both from 'i i ring was cast In Lon. To help you recognize the ,
Churches, schools, clock towers, {
the patterns and the number of don's ancient Whitechapel Bell symptoms and learn the control Uf TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKNTII .
[ even
.Thai. j .e.playing carillons, bells on which they are rung. I I I Foundry, which. has been making measures to take against these > VOn JUDICIAL KL.AGUCH CIRCUIT COUNTY, IIVAM

such bells since the early part persistent parasites, the Agricultural .
of fixed bells worked This has produced evocative FLORIDA. CAK! NO. 4778
01se nomenclature as "Kent of the reign of Elizabeth I. The Experiment Stationsnow JAMES S.: LEGGETT.Plaintiff..
from a keyboard, have long delighted
I music lovers. Treble Bob Major," "Double Norwich Cathedral's carillon was cast by has available a 256-page VI imORCE
CARROL JOAN LEGGETT.
I I another old British foundry the illustrated book.
Court Bob, "Cambridge Defendant
the of bell
In art
' England,
/ ringing has reached a high levelof ;[Surprise Maxlmus," and "GrandI Loughborough Works of John You may obtain a copy at a THE STATE NOTICE! OF TO}t'LORID.TO APPEAR :

intricacy and refinement, the'I sire Triples." Taylor & Co., in business since nominal cost by asking for CARROL 2870 Alonso JOAN Lane.LEGGETT '

National Geographic Society. Mental and physical agilitya the 14ith century. ''Plant Nematodes, Their Bionomics Costa Mesa California.You .

says. good deal of both is a prerequisite Famous products of White. and Control." For Infor. cult for are divorce hereby has notified been that filed a

Coming to America !I of change ringing. The chapel include London's Big Ben 'I oration, write to the Agricultural cause against and you you in are the hereby above requiredto entitled

; men on individual ropes find it and the American Liberty Bell. I' Experiment Stations, Universityof nerve upon Plaint!ff'i Attorney

',The English ringing in technique which bells of'I an exacting task to follow the The Liberty Bell cracked soon, Florida, Gainesville, Florida. hereon whose name and written address eldfllae appear. If
change
changing order and time each any to therB 11 of Complaint. In
are pulled by hand rope is at."l said suit, on or before the Hth
pull at precisely the right moment December A P. .1943, else
most unknown in the United I :lref confeaso will be entered

"l States. But the situation will I An writer 24 HourWrecker ..:R:.. Bffalnut WITNESS you. my hand and seal of

soon be remedied when the new,; early English Seryice aid Court this 12th day. of November
I quoted in Ernest Morris' 'Bellsof I A. D. 1963.SEAL .
of
10-bell ring the Washington
( ) E. A SMTTHE.
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National Cathedral of SS. Peter Nations, comments: Clerk of said Court

I I and Paul begins sounding in I i "Of all the Athletic Exerclfes Flagler Truck & Tractor Co \ L. Wadsworth By Julia R.Deputy Harvey Clerk.V. .

,1964. or Amufements now in Practice, P.O. Box 896

.. The Cathedral already has a53bell there are none fo ranked in the MASSEY.FERGUSON Attorney Bunnell' .Florida for Plaintiff

carillon dedicated; and In Circle of Sciences of fo noble a Grove. Industrial Equipment Nov. It 21-2 & Pec. 6r-4tc

I :,use. It is the only church in Nature; fo conducive to Health, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVKNTII .

; the world with both kinds of I and Employing for many Facul VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242 AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLKIt CIRCUIT COUNTY, IN,

'bells. Cities both mental and corporealas Owner Bunnell, Florida FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 4776
John Blue Qllllland. ,
I Change ringing is a method that of the Art of Ringing." a Plaintiff

Y8.
Helen Theresa Mary Oilllland.
Defendant.
I NOTICE: TO APPEAR AND
"!o' ANSWER

I IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
'
k FLORIDATO
: Helen Theresa Mary Gllllland
,
; ::, C CALLBUNNELL Canada 18 Islington West Dean Ontario Valley Road

You are heicby notified that a
I has been ought against yet
in Itt Circuit Court of Flagler
County. Florida. In Equity, by JOHN
BLUE GILLILAND and you are here-
by required to file personally or by
t : j MOTOR CO. attorney With the Clerk of said
Court, your written defenses If
any, to the Dill In Equity In Bald
suit, on or before the Hth day, of
December A D. 198J, and also to
'f:>' "\ serve a copy of your written deg
.I : Tenses up on Messrs Osslnsky &
1 Krol.their office Attorneys retlr Jla1 littMat

ID Street Daytona Beach Florida, on
/ 7-3301
.!, ; or before the 16th day of December .
'." A. D. 163 as required by the
I Florida Equity Rules of Civil ProcedurQ
I'r I'I and herein fall not or Decree
I' Pro Confesso and Final Decree
I will be entered against you

: ''' ,. by That default the name of the Court In
)-for I I't which said suit has been Instituted
(, : II the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial
y"- Circuit of Florida In and for
flagler County In Equityand that
k the title of said cause Is as here.

( .. nabove You are set fl'ir: notified that the
Gas divorce.nature of said suit is a suit for

" AW. office at Bunnell. Florida,. this llth
day of November A D 1963.
: EMIL A. SMYTHE, as Clerk
Fuel 'OilLubrication : of the Circuit Court of Flag
ler County, Florida
([Circuit Court Seal
OSSINSKY & KROL
j .. .. .. Solicitor for Plaintiff
411 Main Street
'
Daytona Beach Florida
t' : Needs '," Nov. 14-21-28 do Dec. 6-4tc

IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT E'--
ENTII JIDHIAL' CIRCUIT, iv
\ AND FOil FLAtiLKH COUNTY.
FLORIDA. K41UITY NO. 47WO

.tj, i' .. CAmdEN MONTESANO Plaintiff
,
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".i' -" "' VII,
: > : r/ '.
,1 .. ,' FLORENCE MONTESANO.
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: ......, .\ Defendant ,
NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
: : ANSWER
COMMERCIAL ''
HOUSEHOLD IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
FLORIDATO
; ,"', : FLORENCE MONTE ANO

., ; :: ; ;, ? ;: :: .' ': J . STIRLING.111 RAILROAD NEW AVENUE JERSEYYou
.r\ ; ,
: .
... ... 'j- ,. are hereby notified that a
.
suit hal been brought against you
: / . . In the Circuit Court of Flagler
t. County, Florida, in q by
.. ; CARMEN MONTESANO, : tl'y
: **jx '. ... .
are hereby required to file person
-, ..'. .. ally or by attorney with the Clerkof
said Court your written defenses
if any to the Bill In Equity!
In said suit, on or before the 23rd
Low Fast day of December A. D. 1913 and
Quality also to serve a copy of your written -
defenses upon Messrs. Osslnsky
f'hefom Attorneys for Plaintiff at
address at 411 Main
Street Daytona Beach. Florida, on
or before the 23rd day of Decent
her A I). 163. as required by the
Flt'rldEquity: Rules of Civil Procedure -
and herein fail not or Decree -
Cost Pro Confesso and Final Decree -
Products Service by default will be entered against you

; I That the name of the Court In
Which said suit has been instituted.
-
Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -
Circuit of Florida. In and
I for Flagler County In Equity and
that the title of said cause Is as
herelnabove set forth
You ar* further notified that the
nature 01 said suit Is a suit for divorce
,
WITNESS my hand and seal of
office at Bunnell. Florida, this 14th

{ day of E.November A. SMYTHE.A. D.as 1963.Clerk of

}II f SERVING ALL FLAGLER COUNTY County.the Circuit Florida Court of Flagler

(Circuit Court Seal)
OSSINSKY A KROL
Solicitors for Plaintiff
I 411 Main Street
Daytona Beach Florida
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