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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 27, 1964
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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 52, NO. 34 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964 $2.60 A YEAR
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1 '* 3*"=* irJ"AaiJlWFlagler

RegistrationBooks Gloria McArn Assignment Gilleland Child CountySet


To OpenSeptember Joins Peace Procedures For Funeral Held ( To Open on


1 1st Corps TrainingMiss iI I Flagler Schools day Funeral August service 16, at was the held chapel Sun of Monday August 31

The Flagler County Registration Gloria McArn of Bunnell I All parents who arc entering Craig Funeral Home for Jordon Flagler County Schools will
Jon Gilleland
Books will be officially who has recently been accepted I children in Flagler County who died August their doors
13. Rev. open for the 1961-05
opened September 1 through I as a volunteer in the Peace Schools for the first time this Thomas Pinner pastor school
of the year on Monday morning,
October 3, 19G4 Supervisor Mary Corps, plans to fly to San Francisco I year are advised of the assignment First Baptist Church of August 31st.
E. Smith said today. where she will Join a groupof procedures for the county Bunncll, officiated. Durlal"W3
other Peace Corps volunteers.The I school system. | in hope Cemetery. School hours for the first day
Mrs. Smith said the office will The child will be from 8:20: A.M. to 12
group will go by chartered j | age 2, was born in
be open from 8:30 A. M. to 4:30P. : Parents are nsked to apply to Brownsville noon. School lunches will not
planes Saturday to IIIlo Hawaii I Texas and the
I II
M. week and Satur the Board of Public Instruction
days on I family be served on the first day.
where they will attend a branchof I recently arrived In Bum
days from 8:30: to 12 noon. offices on the second floor of I
to make their home. I
The University of Hawaii fora jnell Specific Information for Bun-
the Court House in I
The books will close on October six weeks extensive training County or Survivors include the parents, I nell High School will be of Interest .
3 and will remain closed period for the Peace Corps. der to get your child assignedto I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson to parents and students.
until after the November 3 gen. the proper school for the 1904 I Bunnell; the grandparents Mr. Mary Karl students will reportto
eral election. All those residents After successful completion of' 65 school year. and Mrs. Alerts Cozln and Mr. Bunnoll High School on Mon

who are not already registeredto this training she will be assign.ed This will normally Include i I and Mrs. Maurice Robinson nil day the first day of school and

vote are urged to register on to Sabah or Sarawak which. : entering first graders who have I lof Grindstone Pa. Craig Funeral will not go to the school In
or before the October 3 dead is a part of the Malayan Federation 'I II not previously attended the I Home was In charge of arrange Daytona Beach until Tuesday,
the Island of Borneo.
on
line in order to be eligible to I kindergarten program operatedby I ments. September 1st.
She will be teaching in the primary
vote in the November general the county, beginning kin. I School buses will run on. their
election. grades for two years. dergarten pupils who have not I I Girl Scouts regular schedule. Students are

She will learn to speak the yet been assigned and any new advised to be present at their
The law requires she said Malayan language during her students in higher grades who Hold' RoundupSixtytwo bus stops a little earlier than
that a person must be a rest usual in order that
training period. have not attended schools in I' I you may
dent of the state one year and Flagler County previously. I girls from the six: make certain that you do not
in the county six months to be Miss McArn Is the daughter j I I counties that make up the Cit miss the bus. School lunches
eligible to register and vote. of Mrs. Jim Barker of Smyrna, Office hours at the Board of rus Council of Girl Scouts, Flag. I beginning on Tuesday, will be
Georgia and the late G. C. Mc Public Instruction are: 8 A. M. ..ler, Seminole, Brevard Osccola 35 cents for students this year. t
Florida's Economy Arn of Bunnell and the granddaughter to 12 noon and 1 to 4:30: I'. M., !Orange and Volusla will begin Supply fees will be as fol.
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of Mrs. Daisy Buckles Monday through Friday. Pre-Selection Training for the lows at Bunnell High School

Showing Growth and John Buckles of Bunnell. The application procedure is 1965: Girl Scout Roundup that this year: Kindergarten through
She received her B. S. Degree a short one and will only takea will be held at Farragut Idaho 'grade 1; $ .OO; grades 2-6 $-1.00;
Florida's economy showed a from Florida State University in I few minutes. A birth' certificate July 17-26 1965. I and grades 7-12 will be $1.50.
decided strengthening during. Tallahassee and has recently should be brought to ye.rUyI Under the General chairmanship School Insurance will be avail.
the first six months of this year completed graduate work at age and place of birth. of Mrs. Ray Work, Indlalan. able again this year for all stu
compared with the same period'I Stetson University. I I tic and Program Chairman Mrs. dents. Coverage will be offered
in 1963 the Florida State Chamber i Maurice Hamblett Winter Park, to students both during school
of Commerce reports. John Kozak American Cancer the girls will practice skills that hours only, and also for the en.
will make the housekeeping under :tire school year, all hours of the
"Over-all business activity Society ReportsDuring canvas in Idaho easier. Out. day. Homeroom teachers will
.' gauged by sales, was Funeral Today.
gross up .
the door food preparing. lashing, I advise students! of Insurancecoat .
9 percent and bank debltsjurcr coming twelve "
tr
knots- flrebulldlriff i toolcraft
nodes Kozak of Korona died ,
10 cent over last To. months hundreds of volunteers
per year.
Sunday at the Ormond Beach compass first aid tent pitching, New teachers at Bunncll High
tal bank deposits increased by of County Units of the Florida
8 per cent. Hospital. He was 81 years of age. Division of the American Can. and tent care will be practiced.This School this year are: Mr. and
Mr. Kozak was born In Poland cer Society will continue to be period of training Is heldto Mrs. Roy Bayless, Mrs. Wanda
"The total personal Income of and came to Korona to reside 46 engaged in year-round cancer decide* who may best repre Mercer, and Mrs. Allen Reynolds.
Floridians was running 11. per years ago. He was a member of. control programs Involving pub. sent the Citrus Council at RoundUp Mr. Baylets will teach Physical
cent higher than in 1963 and the Holy Name Society of SL lie and professional education, GfS. It is being held at Camp Education In the high school,
cash farm sales were about one- ', Mary's Catholic Church, Korona. research and patient services. Door Lake in the Ocala National Mrs. Bayless will teach Math
third more. Savings and Loan I lie was also an active memberof Forest. . "We are trying to give cmatlcs In the high school, Mrs.
Association shares had movedup the Korona Civic Club. The announcement was made the girls a chance to show their Mercer will teach fourth grade,
6 per cent by mid-year. I lie is survived by his wife last week in a report to the So. own Individuality and personal and Mrs. Reynolds will teach
"Employment in non.farm es. Polly; four daughters Mrs. Helen city's headquarters in Tampa by ability as well as their abllltle third grade.
tablishments was 5 per cent over ,Simon Mrs. Wanda Plllplak and Harry Creep Ft. Lauderdale to work well with others as Ina Student are reminded that
1963. Gasoline sales showed a j Sister Bernadine all of Chicago; t this year's volunteer Crusade patrol situation," stated Mrs. your names will be pouted on
6 per cent Increase. I and Mrs. Harriet Dobroskl Detroit Chairman. I Work. "We want to see our Girl a bulletin board outside the
"New business incorporationsdid ; three sons Stanley of Ko- Creep's report stated that as j Scouts think and plan as a pa. I west exit of the main building
not show up so well as "bona, Caslmcr of Port Orange, of August 18, contributions' trol. We will see all stages from Informing you of your home.
they were up a mere 3 per cent and John of Chicago. amounting to more than $1,114- the discussion of how to approach room assignments. When the
over 1963. Prayers were said at eight o' 000 had been made to the SO. the situation how each bell rings at 8:20: all students
"While a small part of Florida's clock Wednesday at the Chapelof ciety's cancer control fund by girl functions for herself, how will report to your homerooms.
gain is a result of low Craig Funeral Home of Bun Florida citizens, businesses Industries she helps plan for her group
figures in 1963 the most of the nell. Mass will be said this and organizations.It and how she works together SC Club
Increase Is very real and the morning at 9 o'clock at the St. was also reported that forty with the rest of her patrol". Changes
Florida gains stand out well Mary's Catholic Church Korona. two county units had exceeded Round Up Trainers Include Mrs. Place of
ahead of national averages." Burial will follow at St. Mary's their goals and the remaining Laurence Smith, Winter Park, MeetingThe
twenty.five ACS Units would add Mrs. James Wharton, Cocoa, Mrs.
Cemetery. September 1 meeting of
VFW AUXILIARY to the fund before August 31 William Drake, Melbourne and the Flagler/ Senior Citizens Club
which marks the end of the So. Miss Richard Robinson, Eu.tls.1 which
scheduled
PLANS PILAU DEWEY MOODY was to be heldat
ciety's fiscal year. Flagler County Cooperating closely with the the Flagler Beach RecreationCenter
SUPPER SEPT. 5 HAS HEART ATTACK had reached 960.00 of Its goalof Trainers Is Mrs. Raymond Kettle. the Club's regular meet*

The VFW Auxiliary to Post D. D. Moody, Flagler County 1,000.00.It ty, Orlando Citrus Round Up big place, has been moved to
5213 will serve a "chicken pilau" Tax Assessor, suffered a heart commenting on the Crusade Equipment Chairman. Citrus the Methodist Church buildingIn
supper at the Fisherman's Inn attack Thursday afternoon. He is which he headed this year, Council will send two patrols of Flagler Beach due to the demolition .
Flagler Beach on Saturday evening In the Bunnell General Hospital Creep credited the dedicated eight girls and a patrol of al. work at the Center
September 5. for medical treatment. lie Is reported services of the more than CO* ternates. where a new structure Is to be
Serving will start at 5 P.M., I to be progressing very 000 men and women volunteers The Senior RoundUp will be erected.
members of the committee said. nicely. who have participated In the an encampment of 10,000 Round There will be a potluck sup.per *
"dollars against cancer drive." Up Campers and adult staff for members and their
I School Calendar For 1964-65 lie also commended them for Round Ups have been held In guests starting at 0 P. M. Those
the dual services which they Michigan, In 1056' In ColoradoIn I I planning to attend are asked to
August 20, 1964 Begin Pre School ConferenceEnd performed-that of distributingcancer 1959 and In Vermont In 1903. bring their own beverage and
August 28, 1964 Pre-School Conference educational literature as Round Up training .Is pattern table service.
August 31, 1964 SCHOOL BEGINS they sought donations to carryon ed on the Senior Round Up. As This will be the first meet
September 7, 1964 Labor Day (Vacation) the fight against the disease Forums are an Important part of Ing of the Club's fait and win.
October 19, 1964 District PEA (Student Holiday) which Is still taking the lives of Round Up, discussion in groups ter season when It meets twice:
November 26 and 27, 1964 Thanksgiving more than 9400 Floridians annually will be an important part of the monthly, on the first and third
December 19 January 3, 1965 Christmas Holidays (Inclusive) week. The generaltheme Is "Girl Tuesday evenings. A nominating I

January 21, 1965 End of Semester "It's been a gratifying and Scouting . A promise In sc committee .is to be appointed
January 22 and 25, 1965 Teacher Work Days heart-warming experience for lion". Other scheduled activity to select candidates for a new t
January 26, 1965 Second Semester Begins I me," Creep said, "to know that will be learning about and doIng slate of officers to serve for the ,
April 16-19 1965 (Inclusive) Easter Vacation so many thousands of our fellow demonstrations, Potlatch 1964-65 year, to be voted uponIn
May 30 1965 Baccalaureate: Service I Floridians give freely of their gifts, and a Scout's Own Pro October
June 2 and 3 1965: Teacher Work Days efforts, time and money-because gram on the theme.
June 4, 1965 CLOSE OF SCHOOL I they want to help save This Is /unfilled week and More than 2,000 specimens of
June 4, 1965 Graduation Exercise lives and hasten the day when an important step On the Trail about 123 specie of marinea.atultS
June 7, 1965 Begin post-scttoo4 conferenceEnd ,research will break through &t TtMHO&rroV to the Citrus Council are exhibited alive at
June 11, 1965 po ;t.KhooI conference A glorious rare for cancer" of Girl 1icoutL Marineland.







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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ? W'r.1ug 1t 27, 1964MOTES

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-- scalp my land I will very probably IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT COUN, II NOTICE!
IN AND FOR FLAGLBR Notice Is hereby given that the
I sell out and acquire re YROIiATAE.RCAF FLORIDA IN' City assessment roll will be submitted -
NO. i to the EqualisingBoard! of
tirement land elsewhere.My IN of I the City of Bunnell, Florida, forapproval
awareNOTICK GOLDING, on Tuesday, the 8th day
youngest child was thrilled dec-Ied.: I of September. A. D. 1964. at 8:00
watching a pair of wild rabbits OADMINiSTRATIONRDERUNNECESSARY I p.All m. In the office of the City Clerk.
persons desiring to have corrections
and many species of birds-even OF : In such roll, whether In
.. the listing or the
claims or demands valuation of
red winged blackbirds. I had All persons having
property or otherwise, are
hereby
of NONDAS -
estate
the
I ; : j not seen any of the latter any- R against JOLDINO., the above-named I required to file with the City Clerk,
) or at the meeting their
I : notified that petition
: )
.. ,__ where in about 15 years but decedent are Administration hereby Unnecessary setting forth their objections to
an Order of '
such assessments and
been entered by the the corrections -
there they were at Flagler has
which they desire
Honorable T. K. McKnlght County to have
FOOTBALL SHY SOMETHINGWell outstanding back. Beach. Bulldoze all of the lots Judge: that the total cash value made.Mrs.. Nancy C. Rodgers '

Cheer leaders this season and much of the wildlife will of said address $of him to whom City Clerk of Bunnell, Florida I
seemed
It sure funny name and
Aug. 27 & Sept. 3-2tc
were Beverly Rodgers, Carol be gone. I said estate has been assigned by
this without Cliff Mc.
season II follows:
as
such order
Griff at the football field. Thereisn't Christopher, Betty Abbott, Fem Here's for a Flagler Beach as DAVID It V. GOLDING IN IN THE ANI CIRCUIT FOR FLAGLER COURT OF COUN-TUB

a boy playing on this year'steam Allen, Polly Fortson, and Susan I have known it through the. 2316 Blrdvlew Drive SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
California
Mallbu, TY, FLORIDA. LAW NO. 010
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that Cliff didn't help In Jane Deen. Do you remember? years. A place of and for tranquility S/ W. L. Wadsworth STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT

some way. I know I will miss I -not tranquilizers. I Bunnell P. O. Box, Florida 898 for OF the FLORIDA State of ,Florida an Agency of the
Attorney
him. He never refused me whenI Sincerely, David It. V. Golding Petitioner,

needed help In any of my recreation Louis A. Galtanis. I Aug.First 8-13-20-27--ftc Publication: Aug. 6, 1964 I HELEN FIELDS v. et aI,

programs or for some I .._ Defendants.
SSttlTORRt. ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI
advice.I .
NOTICE OF EMINENT! DOMAIN
'did a lot of bragging about PROCEEDINGS

his basketball coaching and IN THE NAME AND BY THE
3, Box 186B AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
how he handled his team. I Gainesville, Fla. .1 f t, tau deg Nowv dcctG't... FLORIDA

know I picked up a lot of point. ,I August 21, 1964 TO ,ALL WHOM persons IT MAY and CONCERN -

ers from him and learned a lot I I I Recently I had the pleasureof ar 1nioUh any right parties ,
title, Interest, estate,
I mortgage or
from him a lot about young again spending a few days other lien to or on that certain

sters. Good luck, Cliff. parcel of land hereinafter described
at Flagler Beach. Besides the
I I and the following persons,
lovely beach, the friendly treat. together with all unknown persons
FOOTBALL WITH THE claiming by, through or under
I I ment at the pier facilities and known persons who are deador

BULLDOGS 5 YEARS AGO the many other attractions, I or alive who :are not known to be dead*

Coach Humphrey and assist want to mention some of the Oeraldeen Tidwell

ant Cliff McGriff had the fol. city's qualities not usually pub. Adress Unknwn
SRD NO. 102.1
lowing boys out for the squad: licized. Harry Byron Tldwell

David Lewis, Quentin Emery, It has a quiet, relaxed, friend. Address SRD No.Unknown 102.1

Brice Hosford, Ronald Jaszscak, ly way of life and the landscapehas

Jeff Seale, Cary Holland, Paul not all been "scarified" by STATE SECTION ROAD 73001-2401.2402 9 FLAGLER

Staton (Capt.), Jessie Overby, bulldozers. I love trees and SRD COUNTY NO. 102.1 DESCRIPTION
RIGHT OF WAY
Thomas Minchew, Mike Cook, shrubs-natural greenery, so LIMITED ACCESS

Mike McMillan, Charles Rob- I I short or nonexistent in some of That The part SEtt of:of Section Township

son, Wilbur Sheffield, Richard the highly developed resorts. 11 South, e32h East,
lying within 150 feet of the
Leggett, Jerry Burnsed, Henry lawn two lots at Flagler Wrtq Nom ctiipti6tt, toctooiti line of State Road 9 (1-95)survey -,

Wells Jim Burnsed, Buddy Taylor Section 73001, said survey line described -
Beach that, the Lord willing, I as follows:

Rex Springer, Arthur Carle, hope to retire to. I have allowedthe ; x V1W] Sto'te said Commence on the South line of
Section 32 at a point 369.46
Robert Cook, Reid Robertson, natural growth to remainon feet West of the Southeast corner
Ronnie Canakaris. thereof, thence' South 18020'19"East
of these two lots.
If
parts
200 feet to the Point of Beginning
The Bulldogs beat Hastings the city should pass ordinances thence North 1820'19
West 6761.11 feet to the North line
76. Hastings scored on the last requiring me to periodically of said Section 32 at a point 2049.55

play of the game but were foiled -- feet thereof West of the Northeast corner

on: the extra point.

Jerry Burnsed received a less Containing 19.28 acres, more or

trophy for being the player most
OWNED BY.Ellxabeth: N. Tidwell;
improved for the year Robert Katy J, Tidwell Le-

Cook and Jim Burnsed received grand and Husband,
Walter O. Legrande;
the runner-up trophy of the St. I Harry E. Tldwell and
.. wife, Ida Mae Tldwell;
John River Conference. John F. Tidwell and
) wife, Zora Lee Tld
Commander Wilfred Hunter of II
li 1 1r well; Maggie M. Tld-
Post 5213, VFW, awarded trophies well Eatman and husband

to Robert Cook, outstanding man;, Tom Willard C. Eat

linesman, and to Ronald Jasczak, James O. Td! ftwNJwlte
Annette Tid-

I ton well:Tldwell I William nJI wire:

Edith Tldwell' : Marion
PETERSON TEXACO Clinton Fields and
SERVICE wife Helen' Fields' ;
I r James Brewer Tld
ROAD SERVICE well and wife Betty
Tldwell, Marlel M.
Light Mechanical Work !! T I d well Thompson
and husband: Frank
Phone 4373441 Bunnell Thompson; Harry
asstr ron Tldwell and wire:
r.eraldeen Tidwell;
IN TIII CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGI.KR Thomas Jackson Tld
rot'NTY' FLORIDA rrk' well and wife 1<'rank.Ie .
IN (IIANCIHIV NO. 4010AL11HRT tW Lee Tidwell: Frances
LEU HOLLOWAY Marlon Tidwell
I'Ulntlff, ,. Capp and husband,
Eddie Capps; Barbara
v.. I. } I. Tidwell Cone and husband
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LOUISE O. HOLLOWAY, ,: : Duane Cone;
Defendant.
Anne Tidwell: Belle
NOTICK TO IH'.KKNUTUB Tidwell, Clinton
8TAT13 OK FLORIDA, TO: Fields and any unknown
I/MJIHW O. HOLLOWAY , heirs devisees,
167 Covlna. Avenue and/or other claimants -
Long Beach California under said W. J.
You are hereby notified that a .
milt has been filed against you In t You and each of you areehereby
the above entitled cause; and you commanded to appear 1 by filing an
are hereby required ktoorlihr.o'C'O answer Answer to the l' tltlon heretofore
with the t, filed In this cause In the entitled
and to serve a copy thereof upon Court on or before October 7. 1964
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, to show what right. title Interest
whoie name and address (.: .. or lien you or any of you have
HUMP 1[. KI-UOTT. JR. in and to the above-described lands
558 N. Oleander Avenue and i5how. JrU8e.why the same
Daytona Jleach. Floridanot "" .K not be taken for the uses

1961.later than September 14, A. D. ,'.. MppE IN and I purposes filed herein.set forth In the Petition

If you fait to do so, decree pro WITNESS my Hand and Seal of
confeaso will be entered against said Court on this 25th day of August -
you for the relief demanded In the 0 .$ A. D. 19&4.
bill of complaint The nature of 0 E./A. 8MYTHE
laidllt being for divorce. LGLL11 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
WITNESS my hand and seal of In and for Flagler County.
aid Court this 6th day of August, Florida
A. P.
( IJ't 'al) K. A. flM YTII F.. JAMES J. RICHARDSON0HOLLAND
Clerk of said Circuit Court BUILDING
Aug. 13-20-37 & Sept. S-4tc TALLAHA8S FLORIDA
OF COUNSEL FOR PETITIONERS.
TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING Aug. 27 & Sept. a.l0-17-4tc
Notice I la hereby given that the
1X4 Tax Moll for Flagler County
la now open for Public Inspectionat
the office of D, IK Moody, Tax
Mar
Assessor, during regular omce JFIarilrr; ErtbunrDUNNELL.
hour. Gifts that bear the made-in-Florida label
Notice la also given that the

Hoard hailer of County County will Commissioners meet with the of 'U are welcome touches of sunshine to the folks back home. . (/ FLORIDA

County Tax Assessor at the County the perfect way to invite the folks you like beet to share
Commissioners' room In the Court MRS. U.D. FULLER, Editor
house. Ilunnell. Florida at the hour the good life you've been enjoying in the Sunshine State!
of 10 A M. on Monday, September
hearing 7. A. I). complaints 1IC4. for the and purpose receiving of And part of that good life is one of Florida's most popular Designated Official PnftlleatUti

testimony a* to the value of any products-economical: ,hardworking electric power-helping for r*..lie Xetlees ef FlscUr
real fixed
personal
property by the County or Assessor of as Taxes, to make every day easier and happier under the Florida sun! C....,. M.Bl.l|.lltl.. th.... .
and for the of perfecting,
purpose o t a.4 tk. Blate ef FUHJaEntered
reviewing and equalising the assessments
the value of which hall
have been fixed by the County Assessor (
of Taxes, or changed by as second class matter

him.DATED at nunnell, Florida I this FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT February ., 1113 at the poatofflce
17th day of August A. D. Ill4. COMPANY at Bunnell. Florida under act of
(SEAt.)
HOARD OP COUNTY COM MISHIOSKRS 111&1". evils ILORf04 March 3. 117.
OP FLAG LEU.
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Byl Otis S. Hunter. Chairman One year ______ 11.1.
ATTEST E. A. 8MYT1IH
Clerk Six months ---.- -tt.ltPAGE
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Thursday, August 27, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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worth more than $100. I
Orchids No Longer 1 ,

Rich Man's HobbyThe Orchids the exotic were jungles flrist importedfrom of South ,I WE GIVE QUANTITY RIGHTS {.I&&

America and the Philippines by METTS ,

curator of an $l1OOOor. wealthy hobbyists. Eventually I TOP RESERVED'
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orchid raising acquired a reputation
chid collection owned by the "
University of Florida says that for being expensive. This I I! PRICES GOOD
although orchid growing was is no longer true. Through new: VALUE Thursday, Friday
once a rich man's hobby, most techniques in seed germination I I Super Market and Saturday,
anyone can enjoy it now. and marketing practices, many Aug. 27, 28, 29
seedlings of common types of I STAMPS ***

Dr. T. J. Sheehan, associate orchids can be bought from 103 S. Railroad St.
Telephone 7-3201
horticulturist with the Florida nurseries for about $1 each. I .

Agricultural Experiment Sta.
The horticulturist noted that
I FLORIDA GRADE "A"
I
tions, points out that orchidsare
Florida alone boasts 80 indigent
not delicate plants and
can I
species. However, law prohibits
be raised by and old Half
young
them collected since
being they
alike since they are to
easy
native wildlife. I
are
grow. FRYERS Quarter 27

The purple Cattleyas and :
Sheehan has a long time in. 'i Phalaenopsls are strong favor or Whole Lb.
terest in the fragilelookingflowers
ites with fanciers all over the
and has charge of a col.

lection to which the university was recently by Mrs.donated state popular, while with Vandas orchid are lovers more in I, FAMILY PKG. CUT-UPS . 5 Ib. Bag $1.55

South Florida. These and other
.
Duncan McCullah. The collection I
types can be raised in the house THRIFTWAY ARMOUR AND WILSON ALL MEAT
used by Sheehan and other I I I
or yard depending on the season
1U.
SLICED 1
scientists in research work BACON 49c WIENERS LPkgello 4ge
and the plant's habits. ;
and teaching, contains a wide I
variety of species and hybrids. Sheehan warns that people I
Many individual plants are tend to "baby" their PORK CENTER

I much, and many plants die in Lb. "".
STEAKS fe 550 SLICED HAMS 790
IN Tin CIIICUIT ,counT OKKLAGiail the home from over-watering
COUNTY FI.OHI11A He reminds that orchids are
IN CIIANCKHY: NO. 4917 us
RONALD 1' HADMAN. I as strong as the average house WORLD'S BEST U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

v., Plaintiff. plant and will fare well witha Lb.
JOAN D. UADMAN.Defendant. BEEF CHUCK STEAK 5ge
NOTICE TO UKFKNU similar amount of care. GROUND If 390

TilE STATE OK FLORIDA, TO: An orchid enthusiast, Sheehan
JOAN 11. IIADMAN
whole residence and post ounce urges prospective fanciers to buy U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) U. S. CHOICE ALL-MEAT
add are reI are hereby unknownYou notified that a thriving plants since it is very Lb. Lb.
suit has been filed against you In difficult to germinate orchid ROUND STEAK 890 STEW 690
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'gO't seed .
swer with the : ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon The orchid Industry in Florida
,
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address Is; has increased six.fold duringthe WILSON HERSHEY MORTON'S
HAY SEL.DENBelden
Building last 10 years in the state. SHORTENING (Plain or Iodized)
Daytona Beach. Floridanot The sales of orchid plants and
,
later than September 14 A. D.
1964. cut flowers are valued at $1 mil
If you fall to do 110, decree pro
confesso will be entered against lion a year.Sheehan Bakerite SUGAR SALT
you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of predicts a continued
said suit being for divorce. interest in orchid growing as
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 6th day of August, both adults and children learn
A.n. 1964.Official 3 26 :.
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( Heal) E. A. 8MYTIIB that the tropical flowers are 390 5D'.b.390 Doxjj.vjjrjfjjfj'j'fj'jjfjjjjjjj 1 C.
Clerk of said Circuit Court simple to raise.OIOIOIOIOIOIOIOXOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIIOIOIOII.
Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. S-4to
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1 j NOTICE TO VOTERS t $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order



.:4 FLAGLER COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS ':4 p NIBLET'S 12 OZ. (Whole Kernel)

::: WILL BE OFFICIALLY OPEN IN THE SUe ::: CORN 5Cmn $1

:'J':: PERVISOR'S OFFICE AT THE COURTHOUSE ::: FRESH (Large Bunches)

COLLARDS 2ge SUNLITE 303 CAN

::: SEPTEMBER 1st THRU ::: TOMATOES 8 Cans $100


::: OCTOBER 3, 1964 ::: FRESH (Fancy No. 1)


..4 ... OKRA Lb. 19C WILSON (CANNED)

..
.:4 4 OFFICE HOURS: .:. For
YELLOW COOKING VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 'I00

: Weekday: 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. :::
P/1 3
:*: Saturdays: 8:30 a. m. to 12 Noon :ti: ONIONS B. 250 VAN CAMP 300 CAN


:*: MARY E. SMITHSupervisor :..::. BARTLETT PORK & BEANS 8 Cant $
'1 of Registration for ..' PEARS Lb. 250

.:4 Flagler County .:. BETTY CROCKER (White-Yellow-Devil)


:.:.::.:.3:::.:.:..:.:3:..:::.:.::.:.:::.:.:.:::.:.:.3:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: Wti1T171CAKE; MIXES 3 For '100



24 HourWrecker Hawkeye Brand RED OR YELLOW ((48 Ox. Can)

Service

OR CHOPPED SIRLOIN HAWAIIAN PUNCH 3 ,.,'1


Flagler Truck & Tractor Co BAKERY 20 oz. Ofltj* DAIRY ITEMS


MASSEY.FERGUSON ITEMS

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment BLUE SEAL
Hot Dog and Hamburger" .
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 8 Ct. Pic,. u". "
SOLID OLEO
Owner Bunnell, Florida BUNS 190 2 290

.
6 Ct. Pkg. CINNAMON PILLSBURY OR BALLARD (Cann.d)


CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. BUNS 2 *"". 250 BISCUITS c" 90

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H. C2UUG. rmwol Director

JOHN CAPO. Associate 50 FREE 1\\ 50 FREE \ 5OFREETOP

AIR OXYGEN I TOP VALUE STAMPS $\ TOP VALUE STAMPS \, VALUE STAMPS

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED With Purchase of \1 With purchase of f. With Purchase of
ATTENDANT AMBULANCES I $2.00 Worth of Cosmetic? $2.00 Worth of School f.t .'t $5.00 or More Food
and Dental Supplies t' Supplies f I Order

Phone ID 7-3532 Coupon Void After \ Coupon Void After ; Coupon Void After

I Saturday* Aug. 29, 1964 | Saturday, Au,. 29, 1064 Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964
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FLAGLER BEACH PTA I WOMAN'S CLUB I r = '
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PLANS GET-TOGETHER :
PLANS OPEN HOUSE I i I

The executive board of the The Flagler Woman's Club :
Flagler Beach Parent.Teacher I members are Invited to meet
2 at 9 : PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Association met at the home of Wednesday, September
the president, Mrs. Bob Whitney, A.M. for fun and cleaning the THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
rl Monday evening. Plans were clubhouse. I' August 27, 28, 29, 1964
completed for the first meeting Each one is asked to bring a
which will be September 8 at sandwich. The president, Mrs.I

7:30 tori: urn.P.M. In the school cafe. and Frank dessert.M. Brede, will serve coffee SCHOOL SUPPLY HEADQUARTERSGrade

The highlight of the evening
will be an "open house" which Y. F.HOLDSCOUNCIL
will give all parents an oppor MEEETINGThe "A" Western Beef U. S. Choice Center Cut (FAMILY)
their students' Methodist Youth Fellowship
tunity to meet I
CHUCK POT CHUCK
teachers and to visit the individual held a council meeting
rooms, the library, and I Wednesday afternoon at the
the cafeteria. New textbooks and Flagler Beach Methodist Church. ROAST Ib 49 STEAK Ib 59Grade
things of interest which have The council is composed of officers .
been received this year will be who are: Betty Lynn
Bourne, JoAnne Wilson "A" Western Beef
on display. president; LARRY'S HOME MADE
The board discussed projects, first vice president, worshipand ROUND BONE
PURE PORK
programs, new things of interest programs; second vice president .
planned for the Halloween missions, Janice Seale; R 0 AS T Ib 59
Carnival, an dthe budget for the third vice president, projects and SAUSAGE IV 49
year. Besides Mrs. Whitney, the local'activity, Wayne Owens;
board consists of Mrs. Leonard fourth vice president, social, An.
Lykes Creek Canned
Sugar
Johnston, vice president; Mrs. ne Bourne. Secretary, Sandra
Floyd Collins, secretary; Mrs. Owens, and treasurer David READY TO EAT PALM RIVER
Donald Kaufman, treasurer, and Johnson. 3 !b. SLICED '
the following chairmen: $189
Membership, Mrs. Charles BAPTIST CHURCH Picnicced Can I
Meekins; hospitality, Mrs. R. F. Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. BACON Ib 49
McDaniel; devotional, Dr. Allen and morning worship is at 11 o' Free
Reynolds; program, Mrs. Jack clock with Rev. A. J. Stevens,
Clark; publicity, Mrs. T. J. pastor. Training Union at 6:45:
Miller; room representative, Mrs. and evening worship at 7:45.: FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWNCOFfEE GIANT SIZETIDE
Lee Bourne; carnival chairman, The Carol Choir meets each
Mrs. Ralph Deen; carnival co. Tuesday at 6 with Judson Stryk.
chairman, Mrs. Bryce Sheeler; er, Jr., directing.
Halloween dinner, Mrs. Bill Tid-
well, and civil defense, Mr. and COMMUNITY CHURCH 1 Lb. 59- Box 49
Mrs. Tom Duncan. Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. Can

with classes for all ages. Morn Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
MYF SKATING PARTY ing worship at 11 o'clock with
The Methodist Youth Fellow. I Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor.
ship, which was organized Sun I FOLGER'S INSTANTCOFFEE ARMOUR'S VEGETOLESHORTENING
day evening, enjoyed a skating METHODIST CHURCH
party Monday evening with about Church school is at 9:45: A.M.I .
40 attending. I and morning worship at 11 0'.
They were accompanied by clock with Rev. R. N. Hoover,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson minister.An .
Mrs. Lee Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. adult class will begin September 6 Oz. 89 3 Lb. 49 0Can
Hugh Arnold, Mrs. Frank Hutch. 13 and Rev. E. Lester Jar
eson, Mrs. Robert Owens and Stanton will be the teacher. It Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderFRESHEST
Mrs. Dean Peterson. Everyone will meet at the home of Rev.
{ got into the fun of skating, the and Mrs. Reynold Hoover at 9:45.:
adults and beginners alike, and The senior choir meets each 2t/s CAN OSAGE FREESTONE 2'/ CAN FOOD KING WHOLE
and a good time was enjoyedby Wednesday evening at 6:30.: The
all. chapel choir will have its last I PEACHES
4for$100 +
The MYF will meet each Sun. morning meeting at 10 o'clock APRICOTS 2for55
day evening at the church at this morning '(Thursday), Au.
6:30: and all youths, 12 through gust 27. A new meeting time
I 46 OZ. Hi "C" ALL FLAVORS
21, are invited to join. will be announced later. COMBINATION SPECIAL
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I 1.28 Oz. HOLSOM
DRINK 3 for Sl00 PEANUT BUTTER BOTH

BUNNELL THEATREPhone GRAPE 1.18 Oz.JELLY KRAFT ONLY FOR 98tl..

437.3681 303 ARGO WHOLE GREEN

Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 II 8 OZ. STOKELY'S

FRIDAY & SATURDAY I i irJEIRY BEANS 2 for35 d TOMA3for25;<=


asfHEBA I 303 SUNLITE


d CIUt'") PATSY i TOMATOES 4 for49 MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN

(A Jerry Lewis ,0
PJOOuctlor'I I Umit 4 Please RICE 3 Ib 39,
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tWUM-tVKCTT SUUNEMIHJUHSKIUUII WTOPEICt \(T ***,EnK&t U M'JOHX OHRKXXH and Bil!RkIunood: ,MSUNDAY 'MTJ lew1s I f\r I PRODUCERED
10 OZ. DIRDSEYE BABY LIMA
DELICIOUS (School Boy Size)

& MONDAY I I BEANS 2 Pkl 43' APPLES BLb.59c

I FRESH
I 6 OZ. SEALDSWEET

I II OKRA % Ibs.ge
LEMONADE 88
U. S.
No. 1 WHITE CELLo BAG

asr.r sarn TECHNICOLOR' I Limit 8 PleaseS POTATOES SB g- 39C

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TUESDAY & v..v..v..v.'VV\A....., -
WEDNESDAY - - - - - - --J-------- titi.titivr .
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TONY RANDALL1 EXTRA FREE SO!'ti* :5O:: EXTRA FREE 50:: :ti EXTRA SO

S & H GREEN STAMPS:'ti 5 & H GREEN I FREE
STAMPS : S & H GREEN STAMPS
J
BURL IVES i' With this coupon and :> With this coupon and :
Your purchase of $5.00:> Your purchase I! With this coupon and
Lfj'ASFllMCOlORM of One 10 II ti; Your purchase of $2.00 or
: or More Food :S Oz. Ever.Fresh Twin
:ti! More
OrderCoupon : Pack Potato ; School
TWO COMPLETE SHOWS NITELY I ti Chips :! Supplies
Expires I Coupon :
Expires
WATCH FOR THE "BEATLES" COMING SOON Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964 :J Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964 :ti Coupon Expires
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Thursday, August 27, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLOKIDA PAGE FIVE

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for I ,
PERSONALS I I

(Die.me.

Fresh Florida D & D Grade "A"


FRY E R S lb.
Nilda Gonzalez HARRIS-\VHITLEY ((2% lb. Avg.) 29u.
WEDDING PLANSMiss
Weds Mr. Cook S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
Linda Harris of Bunnell;
Corpus Christi Catholic Church, I will become the bride of Mr.
Miami, was the setting for the Phillip Whitley in a double ring STEAK lb. 49Armour
marriage of Miss Nilda Gonzalez, ceremony on Sunday afternoon,
Miami, and James Perkins Cook, August 30 at four o'clock in the
Bunnell, Saturday morning.The afternoon at the First Baptist otiHA (10-12 lb. Avg.) SMOKED
Church of Bunnell. Rev. Thomas
bride is the daughter of Pinner will officiate. Whole or Full
Mr. and Mrs. Oswaldo Gonzalez, M S Ib
The bride-elect is the daughter 4S
Miami, and the bridegroom the .
of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian L. Harris Shank Half
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tel.
Sr., of Bunnell. The prospective
win Cook, Bunnell.
Msgr. Fitzpatrick performedthe and bridegroom Mrs. Howard is the L. Whitley son of Mr.of Butt Half Ib. 49* CENTER Lb. 79

double ring ceremony. Mr St. Augustine. SLICES
Gonzalez gave his daughter in Organist will be Ray Mercer
marriage.The and he will accompany Andy Lean Meaty Smoked
bride's floor length gown Yelvington as soloist.
lb.
was of silk organaz over taffeta Serving as bestman will be SPARE RIBS 490 NECK BONES 4 "". $1
with an empire waistline. The Fred Whitley, brother of the
controlled skirt had a bouffant bridegroom. Ushers will be Waiter Streak O'Lean Lean Western
back and a train of Chantillylace. Johnson and Jim Craig.
lb.
An open crown pillbox held Matron of honor will be Mrs. WHITE BACON 290 PORK STEAK lb 490
her elbow length veil and she Kay Hornsby, sister of the bride
carried a colonial bouquet of elect. Maid of honor will be Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
white roses, stephanotis and ivy. Celestine Stanish, and brides.
Miss Juanita Bogdanow, Miami maids will be Elaine Deen and
' was maid of honor. Bridal Janice Lovelace. Tammy Horns- PORK CHOPS lb. 59WILSON'S
attendants were Miss Gloria by, niece of the Miss Harris will .
Johnston, and Mrs. William be flower girl.Following -
Deen of Bunnell. I the ceremony a reception Red & White (HALVES OR SLICED)
The attendants wore ice blue will be held In the CLEARBROOK
gowns and carried colonial bouquets Church recreation hall. All PEACHES 3 Nc i* $i
of daisies. I friends of the couple are invitedto BUTTER
Enrique Vasquez of Miami
both the ceremony and re Bravo
was best man. Ushers were ception. 'b' 12 oz. Can
William Deen, cousin of the 49"
I in Qtra. CORNED BEEF
390
bridegroom; David Cook, brotherof Mrs. Walters
the bridegroom; Thomas Ber Attends Son'sWedding Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
tha, cousin of the bridegroom, Kraft' Qt. Jar
all of Bunnell; and Conrad Mora,
Miami. Mrs. J. R. Walters flew to MIRACLE WHIP 490
Assisting at the reception afterward Omaha, Nebraska, last Thursday .
at the McAllister Hotel, to attend the wedding of Pillsbury (Sweet or Buttermilk)
Miami, were Miss Joann Ruth,' her son, Robert," who was mar Red & White ($1.77 Value) 675 SHEETS
Seville, and Miss Carol Cook, Tied to Miss Beth Neeland of BISCUITS FILLER
West Palm Beach. I Tltonka, Iowa. PAPER 1
After a short wedding trip Mr. i The ceremony uniting the 8 o. I:!
and Mrs. Cook will be locatedin couple was in the Chapel of the CanLimit ;: C
the Canakaris Apartments, Offutt Airforce Base at 8 o'clockin FROZEN FOODS -
204 North Bacher Street, Bunnell. the evening of Saturday, Au. 4 Please
Mrs. Cook will be teaching gust 22nd. Winter Garden 8 oz. Pk,.
third grade at St. Brendan's For
MEAT
PIES 3
School in Ormond Beach. Mr. Mrs. C. H. Cowart has return. 490
Cook will be a member ,of the ed to her home after undergoing HERSHEY'SSUGAR
faculty at Maineland Junior major surgery at the Halifax Frozen Cubed Pkg. of 10
High School, Daytona Beach. Hospital in Daytona Beach.
Those from Bunnell attendingthe I I BEEF STEAKS 990
wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peeples of
William Deen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I Kingsland, Ga., visited here I 5 Ba'K 380
Daniel Johnston and children, Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. FRESH PRODUCE: -
Mrs. Walton Johnston, Miss :Harry McKenney. She Is Mr. 1 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
u, S. No.
1
M.I sister.Continued ,
Gloria Johnston, Mrs. John McKenney's !
Canakaris, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie' To Page 6 i : .
Canakaris, Mrs. Edith Klmplcs, -. ..ibr 4ge
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook,I' Our Value (Pure Vegetable)
David Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. _SAW and TOOL !
Tommy Bertha. I 1'Ir'-;; .. SHORTENING
Following the rehearsal Friday SHARPENINGCOMPLETE !: LOPES'D lb. 1ge
evening, Mr. and Mrs. Cook,
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parents of the bridegroom, en. -- .. -.Er..... 3 Tin 380
tertained the wedding party and
out of town guests at the Mc. CIRCULAR SAW Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order For
Allister Hotel Club Room. SERVICEJointing O-- -I 4 $100

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sharpening,
McKenney Sunday were Mr. and Gumming, Welding 50 FREEGIFT
FREE
Mrs. Bob Gordon and children 50 50 FREEGIFT

of Jacksonville. DUMP TRUCK BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS
FOR HIRE With purchase of With purchase of
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry With purchase of
McKenney last week Included MARTIN HARDINGRt. >(1) MOFRITE FROZEN MRS. SMITH'S FROZENPIE $5.00 or More Food
Mrs. Bill Morris PIZZA Order
,
their daughter
Bunnell
Box 150
and children of Jacksonville. Mr. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Morris came down to accompany Phone 437.3669 Sunday, Aug. 30, 1964 Sunday, Aug. 30, 1964 Sunday, Aug. 30, 1964
them to Jacksonville Tuesday. I
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JENNIE BLACK

ANNOUNCES THE RE-OPENING OF

BLACK'S FLOWER SHOPAbout I

The Middle of September Ilia.
Specializing In a1I1nhJJ11iITI]

CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS ui1

CHURCH & HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227

PERMANENT FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS 8:00 a.m-l:00 p.m. U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL

:..-. Quantity Rights Reserved Pritus Good Aug. 27, 28, 29, 30, 1964





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Jim Backer and family, and also Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark !son and children of Lakeland. An army sargent from Texas

her brother and sister in law, Hannah Wednesday were Mr. I may purchase a resident fish.
f1
Mr. and Mrs. George McArn, and Mrs. Aubry King and family Rebecca Durrance returned ing license provided he is stationed .
and their young daughter Jacki. of Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Kingis Sunday to her home after a visit in Florida. All servicemen .

(Continued from Page 5) Mrs. Hannah's aunt. in Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. stationed in Florida are
BRIDE ELECT I Horace Locke. considered residents when hunting .
LINDA HARRIS and fishing.
FETED WITH A HONORED KITCHEN SHOWER AT Visiting here during the past I Continued To Page 8
BRIDAL SHOWER weekend with Mr. and Mrs
Bride-elect Linda Harris was Raymond Smith and family In. I
Miss Linda Harris was feted NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE
INSURANCEThe
shower
honored with a kitchen eluded her son in law and
with a bridal shower on Tuesday given by Mrs. A. B. Johnston and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wil- fire insurance policies we write still give the same
evening at the Baptist Church
Miss Nell Johnston on Thursday dependable protection. But
Recreational hostesses for today you can often enjoy ad.
room evening at their home, North dltlonal benefits-Home
the occasion were Mrs. II. II. coverage Owner's Policy-at very
Anderson streetThe little extra costRemember
Murray, Mrs. John Rice, and MILLER
color theme used in the
Mrs. C. B. King. decorations and refreshmentswas ELECTRONICS H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
Pastel colors were used in the take advantage of these extra
red and white. Party games I coverages. Telephone 437.3361
decorations. The bride's table 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
of entertainment or stop in soon for full details.
features
was overlaid with white net over i were I
white satin. Yellow tapers in. during the evening. REPAIRS ON TV'S H. T. COOK AGENCY

silver holders flanked the mln- WASHERS Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo.fSMVMWJWWVJVJWffJWffJWJ .
ature bride and groom formingthe Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely 1
centerpiece. The hostesses have returned from a vacation DRYERS ..
presented the honored guest spent at Lake Junaluska, North Cali Collect 672.0377 "

with a corsage of red rose buds Carolina, and Crosseville, Tenn. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT '!
with white satin and net. Mrs. Blakely attended an evangelistic ALL WORK GUARANTEED
layman's retreat at Lake

RALLY DAY SUNDAYAT Junaluska. They visited with - AMBULANCE }
METHODIST CHURCH relatives in Crossvllle. pHQNEvAIey4i625|
I SERVICE
Rally Day will be at the 9:45 CommunityMemorial ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Sunday School hour this Sunday Lady Allen has returned to
morning at the Methodist her home here after surgery at Church Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

Church. All students will be recognized the Halifax Hospital in Daytona I Inter-denominational are always at your service with promptness, safety and
in a special service In Beach. AIR CONDITIONED experience.
the sanctuary of the Church. I Dayton Ave. 'I'
Each class is urged to have Mr. and Mrs. Russell Improta Equipped With Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator
BEACH
FLAGLER
100 percent attendance for this, motored to Bartow Saturday to I
day. attend the Clark-Branton wed. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
ding. The bride, Judy Branton, Church Service 11:00 A.M.n. .
is Mrs. Improta's niece. She became E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Miss Gloria McArn recently W. DICKERT, Pftitor .
in the bride of Frederick EVERYONE WELCOME LADY ASSISTANT
visit ,
Georgia returned, from with a her mother Smyrna, Mrs. Clark. \ ... .., 1.......................................WfffJVWWWfJVWWWVCALL ......._.



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FOR Station LEASE-Colonial, Bunnell. Call 437-3521.8271tc.Service BUNNELL MOTOR CO.


FOR RENT-Furnished 9 room
house at corner of Central and .
10th St. in Flagler Beach. Basement .
and large screened porch. 437-3301
Contact John A. Clegg, 4373324.
,
Aug. 27-tf

FOR SALE-2 bedroom house in I- :',

Korpna. Inquire at White Eagle.
Aug. 27-ltp For

WANTED woman 18 to 40 ...
for counter and sales work.

Must have transportation. Apply :. Gas
in person at 4 P.M. Marine-
land Fruit Shop. 8.27.2tc '. ('


FOR home SALE-2, wall heater bedroom, insulated masonry, :::' Fuel OilLubrication

garage and other conveniences, .
located on 100 x 100 ft lot NE corner ..

Chapel and Lambert. c. Needs
Aug. 27.2tp
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FOR RENT-Furnished apart-
ment. Call 4373367. 8-20tf

COXES UPHOLSTERING. EastHighway
11 across from St.
COMMERCIAL HOUSEHOLD
Stephens Catholic Church, in -:-

yellow house. Will pick up and
deliver. Phone 437.3673.

Au. 13.3tp .
.A
WANTED IRONING to do at my
home, reasonable. Pick up & de.
livery. Phone ID 73669.

10-24-
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Low Fast
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea Quality ,
sonable prices. Call George Ja-
roz ID 7.3410 8.1-tf


To prove CONSTIPATED i'UUN-KVAC containing? Products Cost Service
!'runs. Figs 8nn U world'
emo-o-th.st. belt and most natural
Uxatlv. hurry to
MOODTS PHARMACY
for tsnsroue FREE SAMPLES or
40 tabUU (or 750. Over 1.000.000
old vach r.ar.

I ,,
J JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER

I BEACH REALTY CO.

I LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
I WATER FRONF. FARMS,
I ACREAGE SERVING ALL FLAGLER COUNTY

See u* for your red estate nods
Office Phone liE 9-2242
Residence Phones ID 7.3691

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Work Toward I I covery that good breeding has decrease the emphasis which flowing granular material requires condition for long pffiods if

more to do with beef tenderness marbling has had on U.S. grades only the addition of hot protected from moJ&turp pickup.An .

Tender SteaksDr. than marbling. Marbling refersto of beef." water to instantly become a additional convenience is its
the alternate layers of red 1 light
weight, which
"Palmer also has done con. sauce with fine flavor and the is about a
meat and the less I
A. Z. Palmer, meat sclent tasty fatty fifth that of cann\() applesauce.
1st with the Florida Agricultural tissue. siderable work on pork quality desirable "grain" of that made
aimed at more lean meat and from fresh apples. It has
Experiment Stations, has won This discovery may soon become good IlKQUBST FOR 81p1
I
less, Cunha added.
$1,000 for outstanding researchin a boon to both the house. stability under kitchen storage Notice \. hereby given that the

meat quality, according to wife and to the cattleman, sinceit Board Plagler of County.County Florida Commissioner, will*receive of-
Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, experiment appears to cost less moneyto Instant ApplesauceInstant NOTICK OK IIKAIII\n OK TIVYTA.Tl1'ta I scaled bids at the office of
III IXJKT KOK MO!' UITOroTiioi 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court until
station director.A produce tender meat for the nisTiucr t:00 A. M. September 7, nu
I Plural tear ending September30th for the following:
citation and the money dinner table without excessive, applesauce is the new. IIMtS One %Ton Pickup Truck with t
unwanted fats. of Pursuant to provision of Florida cylinder engine standard cab and
est member of a family
were presented to Palmer in i Statutes blrootetl Is rrbb.C equipment, heater standard tran.-
In praising Palmer, Dr. T. J. :quickly prepared conveniencefoods I that held mission and T60 x 11 tires
Knoxville, Tenn., Thursday, Au. by the Hast Klagler Mosquito Control The Doard reserves
right
the to
Cunha, University of Florida animal made by the explosive District Hoard of Commission-
gust 13, at the annual meetingof I reject any and all bids.
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era on September t 1221 T'OO: I M.
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PAGE EIGHT THE BLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 27, 1964

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I
NOTIce OF ELECTION
Be It known that I. Tom Adams
-- _ the of
St\U /
I Secretarydo state
j GENERA hereby give
1& HLBCTION will\ be
; held In Flag-ler County. Florida, on
Tuesday next succeeding the first
I Monday In November A. D. 1964
the said Tuesday being the third"day
I of November, to till the following -
office
United States Senator
I .vIteJB.reIta! lv* In Congress for
the Eighth Congressional District
I Three (3) Justices of the Supreme -
Wlftju Groups 1, 2 and 3.
I One ) of the District
Court of District Appeals for the First Appellate -

One (1) Circuit Judge, Seventh
Judicial Circuit
Governor
I Secretary of State
Comptroller
Commissioner of Agriculture

it'i Attorney Treasurer General

: -- tionFlorida Superintendent of Public Instruc

Public Utilities Commls-
loner.
State Attorney of the Seventh
Judicial elrcult.
: ClrcimC Defender Seventh Judicial

I State Senator, Thlrty.tlrllt Sena
tonal District
One (1) Member of the house
of Representatives.
.
4t Clerk County of Judge the
Circuit
Court
;. __ _.__. ____. ___ ____ Sheriff
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Tax Assessor
,MISS LINDA HARRIS The hostesses presented Miss Games and contests appropriateto Shown above, from left to Tax Collector

HONORED WITH SHOWER I I Harris, her mother, Mrs. L.L. the theme were features of right are; Mrs. L. L Harris, Sr., I instruction County Superintendent, of Public

Harris, and the prospective entertainment.I mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Supervisor of RegIstration
Mrs. Scott Sheffield and Miss Three (3) Members of the Board
bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Howard Scott Sheffield, Miss Harris, Miss of County Commissioners, Districts
Terry Sheffield entertained at Miss Harris will be marriedto 1, 3 and 5.
Whitley, of St. Augustine, I Terry Shemeld, and Mrs. How- TX0wi,8) Members of the
their home Deen Road Phillip Whitely at four Board
Friday ot
with corsages of red roses. 0'I I ard Whitley, mother of the pros ubllc. Instruction Districts 2
and
night with a miscellaneous clock in the afternoon Sunday, ] 4.One
I I'I 1 ipective bridegroom. (1) Justice *
the Peace.
shower party honoring bride. The Sheffield home was effectively ''I August 30, at the First Baptist i District !.

elect Linda Harris. decorated for the occasion. ( Church of Bunnell. I (Photo by Phillip Whitley) One Judge.(1)Small Constable Claims District Court 1.

----.-- Three (3) Members of the East
Flagler Mosquito Control District.
MISS LINDA HARRIS I Visiting In Thomaston, Ga. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter In Testimony Whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and
HONORED WITH A during the past weekend were Knight this week are Mr. Great Seal ot the State ot FlorIda the.

t1Continued LINEN SHOWER I;Mrs. Homer Brooks, Mrs. Bertie and Mrs. Horace Locke and son, tai. this at Tallahassee the the day Capi-ot

O'Brien, Misses Diane and Isabel David of Tampa. Mis. Locke i Is July, A. D., ll.ty.ftrst
Bride-elect Linda Harris was (Seal) TOM ADAMS.
Greene. Mrs. Knight's sister. Secretary of State
( from pace C)
honored with a linen shower at I August1320:7-4tcIt's

GIRL SCOUT NEWS the Stanish Home Saturday af.I .

ternoon. Hostesses for the lovely
Junior Girl Scout Troop No. I. affair were her wedding attendants

958 enjoyed a Camporee at Miss Celestine Stanish,

Camp Tlcochee, Barberville, Miss Elaine Deen, and Miss JanIce -
Florida, on August 1820. Lovelace.
I
The girls slept In platform Miss Harris will become the

tents and cooked their meals I bride of Mr. Phillip Whitley on I a, Y yto
nose
over an open fire. They enjoyed Sunday, August 30 at four

swimming, hiking, and a joint clock in the afternoon at 0"1 U

Campfire with another troop First Baptist Church.
from Ormond Beach.

The following Scouts partici CARD OF THANKSI I knock!,

pated: Sheila Johnston, Pam
would like to thank my '
White, Patricia Harding, Susan (
friends for their prayers, letters, Ox 3 < t.
Hlgglnbotham, Joy Lee, Kay r z < tL'
cards, and visits during my
Perryman, Catherine Harris, Lee
in the Your
stay hospital.
Carol Baker,
thoughtfulness helped me In ,'
Pam Quantz, Christine Hlggln I 4 $
botham, Martha Hornsby, Kathy I making such a fast recovery and ; H

Rider, Elaine Skolar, Karen I I they are appreciated very much. '..

Clegg, Lady Rodgers, Mary Cook. Sincerely,
f
Nancy Creal, Lila Allen, Cherry I Mrs. C. H. Co wart.wwwvvwwuv .

Wadsworth, Vivian Arnold, and
. ..
Becky Mercer. Jan Perryman . . .htiti

and Chryl McGrlff attend as I 5 O. F. ALFORD '

guests. Registered '

The girls were accompanied by
Real Estate Broker
Mrs. Betty White, Mrs. Myra I

Wadsworth, and Mrs. Kathryn BunnelL Florida 5

Perryman. Mrs. Ann Creal and WJWJWVWMWmWiHASTINGS ...
Mrs. Johnnie Allen assisted with

the transportation.
MATTRESS

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Mattresses & Box Springs
urday. Mrs. Frances Wadsworth, k* 2>
;
Made 10 Order, Also Renovated a ig
also a member, was unable to 437-3233
Call Laura Morris
attend.
Alter 8:00 P. M.
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