Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00610
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 24, 1964
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: VID00610
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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Cong. Matthews LOCAL STUDENTS Tax Assessor REGISTER BOOKS Quarterback Club

Inspects DamageOf Michael Parker and David Dewey D. Moody Flagler County Registration To Organize Here !
Shields both Bunnell High Books will be all
open day on
Hurricane Dora School graduates, are in Palo Dies Sunday NightDewey Monday September 28, at the Tuesday Night !
Alto Calif., where they will at. City Hall in Flagler Beach Supervisor -
Congressman Billy Matthews tend Stanford University for D. Moody Flagler of Registration Mary E. Guest speaker to be here Tuesday
with spent last Friday in company I graduate work and their masters County Tax Assessor for the past Smith said today. night at the organizational
the Army Engineer Corpson degrees. 33 years, died Sunday night at I The' office In the courthouse 7:00: o'clock stag dinner meetingof
an inspection tour of the disaster I Michael is the son of Mr. and the Bunnell General Hospital will be closed all day Monday. the Bunnell Quarterback: Club

areas along the coastline. Mrs. Marvin Parker of Bunnell. where he was being treated following I Registration hours will be from I will be Assistant Coach Don
Beginning at Fernandina Beach, He attended M. I. T., receivinga a heart attack on August 8:30: A. M. to 4:30 I' M. at the I Brown of the University of Flora
they traveled along the coast. degree in electrical engineer. 1 20. city hall. Ida

line south to Flagler Beach. ing last spring. l The books will be closed to' Charter member of the Daytona I J
Most of the disaster area, David is the son of Mr. and He was also a registered surveyor registration on October 3, thirty' Beach Quarterback Club t
caused by Hurricane Dora, was Mrs. Gordon Shields of Bunnell. and had engaged in this days before the election. They will be here to assist In theorganizing ,
in Congressman Matthews' district lie attended the University of business ,about 40 years. will remain closed until alter : of the Uunnell Quarterback '
Florida in Gainesville where he Mr. Moody was born in Bax- 1 the election. Club.Quarterback.
A representative from the con majored in science. lie receivedhis ley, Ga. and had lived in Flag | All those eligible to register Team Captainand

gressman's office said Matthewshad degree last spring. let County since 1904. He wasa J and vote are urged to do so before other officers will be electedat :
had several conferenceswith son of the late Robert and October 3, the deadline. this meeting Initiation and
Secy. of Agriculture, Freeman Martha Moody of Bunnell. J dues will also be discussed.All .
who had assured him the Deen Family
He did not seek re-election as IBulidogs Wins men Interested In footballare
bank users whose lands had | I to
urged attend this meeting.
been flooded, would be able to Reunion Set tax assessor this year and had Quarterback Clubs
use the soil bank land without I opened an office on U. S. High Opener Here From ing football duo
season only. And
One for his bust
way survey
forfeiting their soil bank For
pay. Sunday
the Is
purpose; to give supportto
ness. He planned to devote his
ments. Those whose Crescent 41.6
pasture. City the local
lands and farmlands are effected The Deen Family Reunion will time to the surveying business. and high school team
may go to the ASC office I be held Sunday October 4, at Ills of The Bunnell Bulldogs openedthe colleges.Growers ,
where make for Fort Clinch State Park, Fernan- surveys early Spanishand season by winning from 1
they application
this service.It dina Beach Mrs. Zack Holland British land grants in Flag. Crescent City here in Bulldog Meet
ler St. Johns and Volusia counties Stadium .
also stated that said today. 41.6.Captain 1
was surplus
grain would be available to Registration will begin at 10 | led to an interest this in pre. Mike Hornsby won At Hastings Set
those in need at reduced prices. A. M. Sunday morning at the serving the history of partof the toss and elected to receive.

They said several truck loads camping area of the park. A Florida. Crescent City kicked, Arthur For Next MondayCounty
were enroute to the disasterarea picnic basket dinner will be I lie was one of the founders Ford handed off to Elbert Tucker t
from the storage area. served at 1 P. M. i of the Volusia Hammock State on the 15 yard line and Elbert Agricultural Agent !
The congressman said he and "We hope to organize as a Park Association which acquiredthe raced down the side with the Howard Taylor said today a Potato I
his office were ready to assist family association and have i Bulow Ruins and Tomoka aid of good blocking for the first and Cabbage Growers meet
the people of his district with this as an annual affair Mrs. State Park and other historic TD. Walter Townsend's kick for ing will be held at the Com
any problems which they may Holland said.Camping sites in Flagler and Volusia I the extra point was wide. LaterIn munity Center In Hastings at 2:
have. facilities are available counties. the first period Arthur Ford o'clock September 28. Paul L.
for those who plan to spendthe Recently Mr. Moody had been ran around the left end from Dlnklns, Jr., ag agent for St.
UDC Sponsors weekend at the park. Motels excavating and restoring the the 8 for a TD. Townsend's kick Johns county will preside.On .
are within two blocks of remains of prehistoric animals was good.In the program Is The La.
New Tampa the entrance to the park which from an East Flagler County the second period Townsend bor Situation for the Coming

t fchaptcr. --...... ? ,.. is-three miles from, the city of swampy Ho-had planned to set I Scored on a 36. yard pass from YcwrA-VWir, on,4t..for. "
The first fall meeting of the Fernandina Beach.In up an exhibit to finance establishment Tucker. Townsend's PAT was' ida Fruit and Vegetable Aun.;

Gen. Joseph E. Johnston Chapter the camping area are of practical surveying good. Elbert Tucker ran around Preliminary Observations on
; United Daughters of the I If tables, benches, outdoor stoves where college graduates could right end from the 9 for a TD. Surface Browning of Potatoes,"
f Confederacy, wa held at the : and all necessary facilities for receive field experience. Townsend's kick was good. Wal. Dr. D. D. Gull vegetable crops
home of Mrs. Tommy Durrance I those who camp. There is also Mr. Moody was president of ton Cowart completed a 25: yd department. \
t lasf week. a boat launching ramp avail. the Bunnell Rotary Club, and TD pass to Billy Cauley. Town Recent developments Ini ((1)) I
Officers for the coming year able. a member of the Flagler County send's kick was good. Half time Insect Control: Dr. Ralph Work. "
are: President, Mrs. W.E. Knight;: All Deen descendants are In. I Chamber of Commerce, the State score was 310. man, Potato Investigation Lab;
vice president, Mrs. II. T. Cook; vited to attend the reunion. I Association of Tax Assessors and Third period Cowart scored on (2)( ) Varieties, etc.: Dr. E. N, Mc
Secretary, Mrs. Tommy Dur the First Methodist Church of a quarterback sneak from the 'Cubbln Potato InvestigationsLab
rance; Treasurer, Mrs. Gene Roller Rink Bunnell. lie resided at 401 N. 2 yard line. Townsend's kick ; ((3)) Fertilization: Dr. Dale
I f' Knight; Reglstra 'Mrs. R. W. Anderson St was good.In Hens l, Potato Investigations
,' Deen; Historian, Mrs. Z. Dean In KoronaFlagler He is survived by his wife the final period Crescent Lab; ((4)) Disease Control! Dr. 1
r r Holland; Recorder of Crosses, Opens Murtlce Moody Bunnell; two City with 28 second left to play K. S. Mullln Florida Agrlcultu

t Mrs. Robert Bertha; Chaplain, county's newest business daughters Miss Juanita Moody Ashley threw a 42 yd TD pass rsl Extension Service
t Mrs. Charles Cowart; Parllmen a roller skating rink, will Bunnell and Miss lona Moody to Billy Pearce. Their PAT failed. I Pane) Discussion on Pesticide
: tarlan, Mrs. C. H. Cowart. open at Korona tonight, the Orlando; two sisters Mrs. Jen. Final score 410. Control: Doyle Golden State
Mrs. Knight named chairmen owner Emil Mlzanin, said to nie Black and Mrs. Marie Kane The ENTIRE Bulldog team dida Department of Agriculture] Dr.
.f of all standing committees and day. The rink will be knownas Bunnell; one brother Robert tremendous Job on offense and S. Mulllns Florida Airlcultu
the year books were distributed.The the Capitol Roller Rink. It Moody Flagler Beach. on defense. I rat extension: Service; M. E. II IIIt.
local U. D.C. Chapter is will be open from 7:30 to 9 Funeral services will be held The Bulldogs travel to Keystone Marvel', Florida Agricultural Ex
sponsoring a new Chapter whichis Each night at the First Methodist Churchof Heights Friday night I tension Service, and Dr. E. J.

being organized In Tampa, The rink is located on the Bunnell at 3 o'clock this afternoon I' Broaden Florida Agricultural
Florida and members are look. I Capitol Motel property just off (Thursday). The pastor CITY COMMISSION Extension Service.
ing forward to attending a ban U. S. Highway 1 at Korona. It Rev. Howard Porter assisted by ADOPTS BUDGET
quet in Tampa next month will be facing the Barney Trojan I Rev. Thomas Pinner Jr., of the FOR NEW YEAR AGENT FOR SMALL
when the Charter will be pre Road. It will be under a First Baptist Church will om. The Bunnell Commission BUSINESS LOANS
I City
sented to the new Chapter. big top tent and has a hardwood ciate. theordlnsnce IIERE FRIDAYL.
ers approved set
The new chapter will be floor space of 42 x 102 feet Friends may call at the Craig I the tax M. Miller of the Small Bus!,
new levey at
named the Isaac L Moody Chap In connection with the rink Chapel all day Wednesday and 'mills their ness Administration will be In
at meeting Monday
ter U,D.C. Mrs. Knight and will be a refreshment stand. until 1 o'clock this afternoon. also the Citizens Bank Building Fri
her daughter Mrs. Tommy Durrance i[ Music will be furnished by a Also at the church from 2 o'. assessment night They roll and approved adopted the the 'day morning from 9:00 to 12:00:

and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Juke box. clock until the funeral hour. $137.380. 00 budget for the new noon Civil Defense Chairman
members of the local chapter Mr. Mlzanin said shoe skates Pallbearers are Tom Holden : Raymond Smith said today.He .
are descendants of the Confed I will be available at the rink for Lawrence Dahlquist, Jf J. Cham year.The millsge has been reduced I will consult with the dti

erate Soldier for whom this new skaters who do not have their ben Levi Brannsm. Tommy 1.1 mills from this zero concerning disaster or bus!.
years m1lJare.CommluJonu ;
Chapter Is named. Mrs. Horace own. They have 150 pairs of Durrance and Dr. John Canaka ness loans.
H. V. Privy was
shoe skate hand in all sizes. ris.
Locke the former Miss Dorothy on named to contact the County
Moody of Bunnell and also a lie also said the rink will not Arrangements are under the Commissioners) In regards to I '
descendant, will be the first be In operation on October 3rd direction of Craig Funeral Home County aId for washout and COILEGE
and 4th. The has been of Bunnell. College
president of the chapter. space dogged ditches and other storm open
Mrs. Z. Dean Holland present. rented by the Korona Fiftieth damage to the streets. ed Friday September 4, for the
ed an Interesting and Informa. Anniversary Committee for the 113th year with the largest en

tive program on "Art During the program on those two days. Rev. Thomas Pinner COUNTY AGENT rollment In the history of the
War Between The States," point. Announces His school
Ing out in her talk the draw. John Mett Joins Sermon HOWARD TAYLORAT Thomas Anthony Kahlert son
(rigs and paintings which are I I U. S. Airforce CONFERENCECounty 'of Mr and Mrs. A. W. Kahlert.
on display the Richmond Va. John H. Mettt, son of Mr. and Rev Thomas Pinner Jr. pas Agent Howard Taylor of Bunnell Is one of the board
galle Les. This will be of great I Mrs. Carlton Johnston of Bun tor of the First Baptist Church attended the annual Conference Ing students enrolled for the
benefit to those delegates and I I nell, has Joined the U. S. AIr. announced the following sermon of County Agricultural Agents 1964-C3 school year.
members who plan to attend i i force and is now in basic train topics for this Sunday. at the University of Florida In Cordon Is not only a junior
the General Convention in Rich ing at Lackland Airforce: Base The 11 A.K topic will be Gainesville last week. college"', but also a prep school
nand this November. I San Antonia Texas. "How To Avoid Committing The agents are brought up to with four years of high schooL
During the soda hour. Mrs. Johnny was a member of this ,Adultry. For the 7:30 evening date on the experimental and I Students from 23: states and two
Durrance served -Jetfe on Da j year's graduating clans of Bun*' service It will be "How to Punctuate *I I research work during the week I foreign countries are enrolled

** Pie and coffee to her guests.nell High School Your Life Correctly. long conference. I for the current school )'ell.K .

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top with 'hot beef slices in gravy. I fried onion rings, crisp lettuce
Tasty Sandwiches I leaves, and tomato slices.
For a hot club sandwich use 24 HourWrecker
Made of Beef grilled slices of beef steak. First Texas-size barbecue sandwiches Service
spread three slices of bread gen. are bound to please your
With beef in plentiful supplyat erously on all sides with garlic family and friends.To f

Florida meat counters, econo butter. Then arrange hot slicesof make, brown thin strips of
r meal planners will Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
my-minded beef on the bread into a round, chuck, or sirloin steak I I, ,
find beef makes into tasty, nutritious
triple-decker. Spread a generous
in heated butter or margarine. I MASSEY FERGUSON
sandwiches. amount of cheddar cheese sauce the meat -
Sprinkle slightly
Home economists offer some over the top slice, and broil un with salt, and add Just enough | Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

excellent sandwich suggestionsusing til the cheese bubbles and water to create steam. Cover VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
slices of beef roast, beef browns. Add a garnish of pickle pan and cook until meat is ten.i Owner
relish to the top of the sand. I Bunnell, Florida
steak, and ground beef. j
wich. Accent with tomato wedgesand der.Add bottled barbecue sauce I .
Remember that sandwichesare potato chips. Serve piping and continue cooking, uncover. i --------
at their flavorful best when : hot.
ed, until sauce is thick and hot. '

the bit fillings of moisture are generous without, being havea For a prize winning creation Serve in seed heated hamburger, I) CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
combine ground round steak poppy or sesame seed
wet, and are spread clear to the
round buns.Pensacola .
and blue cheese. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
edge of the bread. II
I JOHN CAPO. Associate
I For six servings, combine 1%
Roast beef, rare, medium orwell
I round steak with Florida, cradle of
pounds AIR
either hot OXYGEN
done, served or
V soft butter or margarine, United States Naval Aviation, LADY
cold between buttered slices of cup I' CONDITIONEDCHAPEL
bread, makes a sandwich meal.\14 pound crumbled blue cheese, has lived under five flags those I I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED
For added flavor, spread slices teaspoon salt, 1% teaspoons of Spain, France, Britain, the'' AMBULANCES
and United States, and the Confederacy .
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dash of pepper. Geographic |
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f f q + JA Ut .lonida suggestion. The winter flowerIng periment stations and USDA scientists I I li8 Interested in cultivating a do need about 500 hours' of below
f ate&uHf. varieties if planted now,. bred improvements into I couple of blueberry bushes for 43-degree weather each
will bloom by Christmas. the fruit quality and came! up pie filling Sharpe points out year. This minimum temperature
(By Htrrvy Sharp)
Plant sweet pea seed in with two varieties for commer I that the plants are very choosy requirement occurs regularly

Many ladies are suspected of trenches of rich organic soil cial growing-Woodward and I' as to the kind of soil and climate in most counties north of
bleaching their hair blonde in I that has been sterilized and Tifblue. Both good-tasting ber they like. Gainesville.
search of beauty. treated against damping-off. i ries. I I I I Blueberries need a highly acid Sharpe says that growing

Hurricane Dora was no dif Frequent cutting of the bloomsis i Sharpe says that there are I soil which is usually found in blueberries Is similar to raising
ferent. But since she had no necessary to prevent forma. probably not more than 20 acres I parts of north and north central I azaleas. However, azaleas prefer .
hair it may be that she took tion of seedpods which will re : of this new blueberry stock In Florida. If the terrain is to live in the shade while
duce the flowering period. I I covered with native blueberries berries favor a place in the sun.
out her wrath on your lawn and I production in the state. But' he
gave it a color rinse with rain As a border plant for azaleas predicts the industry win expand gallberries, or pines, then the
water. try strawberry plants. The berry I as fast as young plants domestic berries should have a Homing pigeons, gulls, and
So inspect your lawn now. It bushes like the add azalea soil become available to commercial good chance of thriving. i I starlings use the sun as a navigation
may be losing its lush green and will thrive. The dark green i growers. Although blueberries don't II I aid.! Under heavy over-

color because of a soaking bya leaves white blossoms with !I For the home gardener who yearn for Arctic conditions, they cast they become disoriented.
cream-colored eyes and tart red ---. --- --- .
windy lady.Centipede
grass is often the berries will pay for your efforts !

first to take on a yellow cast of growing the plants.
following a heavy leaching.You Camellia and azalea flower
buds should be formed by now.
can restore the green color
,! by spraying the grass with an Inspect them carefully for signsof
bud This indicatesa
iron sulfate solution. browning. i
which will the j
fungus cause
Apply a spray mixture of two I
buds to drop. If discovered, con ,
teaspoonfuls of the iron com
f trol the disease with a fungi. '
pound per three gallons of water 1
per 50 square feet of lawn cide.This
is about the last time <
area. Chelated iron productsalso
are recommended for colorIng you can use an oil emulsion afe1f'
spray for scale control on ca
up lawn grasses.
mellias dazaleas before cold
Lawns with a dull green color
weather sets in. If you'll adda of-:
will also snap to life again with
an application of fertilizer. Apply little lindane or arsenate of .. li
about 25 pounds of 6.6.6 lead to the soil solution you will ne
control leaf cutting insects at .
(NPK) fertilizer per 1,000 square 1
the same time.Blueberry. I \
feet of grass. .
Sprinkle the plant food evenly 1 h

over the lawn then water in
to prevent the grass from being Crop
burned by the caustic plant food
elements. May Come Back
Don't become alarmed if you
discover earwigs in your lawn.A Plump, sweet blueberries dot.
number of home owners have ting the breakfast pancakes or
reported them. muffins always seem to help
These vicious look ing little the day start a little easier.

Insects may startle you. However And a few years from now,
the conspicuous pair of those blueberries we eat in the
hooks at the end of their abdomen morning may be grown in Flor
are harmless. They do not ida soils. I

live up to the superstition of attacking According to horticulturist t
people in the ear. Ralph Sharpe plant breeders I
Earwigs are commonly found with the Florida Agricultural
II beneath boards in wood piles Experiment Stations have de
under leaves and other plant veloped two types of blueberry

i materials. They become numerous plants that are suitable for cul -'

I In well kept lawns.. Ear tivating in the state. l L1., .. .. ... .s. OM .Ilnl
wigs are largely scavengers This isn't the first time that ,. '.
feeding on dead an ddecaylng Florida has started on the roadto I .

organic matter. They rarely a serious blueberry Industry: .
damage plants.In Prior to the 1920's blueberries :,
the event you find earwigsare flourished in the wild in the ,t
nuisance control northern parts of the state. Then .,. .; :; "
becoming a i-
It's a line to the future. Preserve it. Drive just a little more
them with chlordane or someone decided that the berries ,
toxaphene. could be cultivated and sold safely than you think is necessary, now that schooldays are
for profit.
Violets An estimated 3,000 acres of bringing more children than ever to our streets. Their safety

Almost everyone loves violets, berry orchards were planted in is worth a few extra minutes of driving time, isn't it?
so try your luck at growing the far western counties, mainlyin
them. An acid soil with plenty Okaloosa. However, the grow. .; tt
\ of humus and plant food mois ers ran into stiff market competition ; i ) ,
ture and shade are conditionsthat from superior northern ( ) t

make violets happy. If you berries, and Florida's newest ag 11
already have violets then divide ricultural product withered a-
, them now and the perfumed way. When the boom busted .1 4FLORIDA

little flowers will peep out the plants and their small, dark I
from dark green leaves from December bland fruit were left again to POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY
until May. nature. I
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School NewA. men, who he sets out to find. |i QUANTITY
The search for these men makes] WE GIVE METTS RIGHTS
V SENIOR CLASS I up the plot of the book. !i i RESERVED
For a book with a touch of: ***
(Buzzy McKnlght Reporter) I both mystery and excitement+ TOP PRICES GO9DThursday

The Senior Class started the TIlE CHEQUER BOARD Is one Friday
school year off by first electing of the best. VALUE Super Market t and Saturday,
class officers and then immediately Come to the library and check Sept. 24,
setting down into serious out this book. You will be glad STAMPS **.25.26

discussion of the many projects you did. Telephone 73201 103 S. Railroad St.LYKE'S .
which the class will be under. Library Assistant,
this Jack Abbott.
taking year.
The class officers are as follows (SMOKED)

: Elbert Tucker president; 7-A Mews
Mike Hornsby vice president;
Seven A elected their class of.
and PICNICS lb. 29
Candy Lovell, secretary;
Heidi Eisenbach, treasurer. fleets September 1621.
Some of the matters discussedwere Mrs. Cannon 7.A homeroom
the annual class trip, and teacher opened the meeting
suggested fund raising projects.The with nominations for president. U. S. CHOICE
seniors sponsored the initial Jeanne Higglnbotham was elect.
football dance of the season. ed president and carried on from
I On Monday the seniors spent there. Ann Meekins was elected
the entire day selling ads for vice president Marcia Johnstonwas Chuck Roast lb. 49
the annual in Bunnell Flagler elected Secretary. James
Beach, St. Augustine, Palatka Alan Brannam was elected treasurer
and Daytona Beach. and Beth Matherly was

elected reporter. u. s. CHOICE U. S. CHOICE
Library Club Beth Matherly. CHUCKSTEAK ALL MEAT

THE CHEQUER Nevil Shute BOARDBy Spanish Club f.' rbrb 53' STEW Ib 69''

This is the story of a man
that learns that he has just nine The Spanish Club met at Mrs.
months to live, so he tries to Estes, our sponsor's home, at 7 U. S. CHOICE SELECT

catch up oa the things that he o'clock Wednesday evening, Sep. FAMILYSTEAK .' BEEF
planned to do. tember 16. 1964.

The main character of the The officers for the followingyear 59'
story Is a man by the name of are: Thomas McDaniel, LIVER tb 49-

president; Buzzy McKnlght, vice
president; Anne Borne, secretary I WORLD'S BEST
Marie Fleurie, reporter; and
Moke Church parliamentarian. BEEF 2 .89 HAM Ib 79''
The club voted to sponsor a ;} ;

......... ....* late hams .*. dance after the Callahan game
a ft." tat w." ...I a-u.... and give the profit to the Senior
n ft.ta U BUmltat.charm. SHORTENINGBAKERITE
Class. A project for the Hallo
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FOR SALE-4 jalousie windows ween Carnival was discussed.
with screens, 36"by 50" and a New members Joining the
studio couch complete. Charlie Spanish Club for the first time 3 .lb 47

Rockett Fisherman's Inn, or were: Betty Lynn, Anne, Lee
phone HE 92380. 9-24-tf Bourne Candy Lovell, Sue Ellen Tin
Deen Sue Johnnie
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home Ruth Miller, Delores Deen and Limit (1)) with Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order
furnished or unfurnished, rea
sonable. Mrs. Henry Zeller, 707 Tina Pache. DIXIE CRYSTAL
After the business meeting
East Moody Boulevard. 9-24-tf
Mary Pache and Marie Fleurie
FOR SALE-One year old choco helped Mrs. Estes serve refresh. Limit (1)) with 5 Ib
late brown male Chlhauhau, ments, which were enjoyed by SUCAR purchase of 29
registered, $50.00. One warm gas all. 5.00 or more
heater, best offer. One antique Marie Fleurie, Reporter. food order Bag
high back chair, best offer.
Phone 437.3486 after 4 P. M. The 11th grade held their first MAXWELL HOUSECoffee
Sept. 24-ltc class meeting September 4th.

FOR RENT OR SALE-2 apartment The class officers were electedfor Limit ((1)) with lib.1
the President
house, 1 bedroom and 2 year. Zachery purchase of 59
.t Holland Vice President Stuart
bedrooms. Antoinette Coore- $5.00 or more
Rockett Secretary Rabeth Her
mans, between 17 and 18th food order
sey, Treasurer Jeana Lovelace,
Sts., Flagler Beach. 9-24-ltc
and Reporter Faye Durrance.
FOR--LEASE-corner-building-, 4 -- Farm Fresh Produce DART 12 oz. (CANNED)

stores suitable for any business, ALL FLAVORS
and 2 apartments. Central Ave.
and Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach. SERVICE
Inquire 831 Broadway. Ask for ROAD SERVICE APPLES 4D'.3ge DRINKS 14 10.$100

Mrs. Chris Kirlakls. Phone CL 3* Light Mechanical Work
2477. 9.17.4tc Phon 4373441 BunnsllCommunity Select U. S. No. 1
(Limit 14 Please)

; FOR SALE-Two bedroom house. --- POTATOESCello Ig.b 5ge

r Bargain at $5900, reasonable Del Monte ((14 o:. Btl.)
terms. Located center of Bun. CrUpyCARROTS
} nell. Inquire Mrs. Marcinkowski.J CATSUP 2 otis. 350
J Highway 11,1 mile east of Bun Memorial Church 2lUgi25C
nell. Phone 4373719. 9.10.5tp tsar-.e..olutl..l.
Del Monte 2Y. Can UCED31fOO
home reasonable. Pick up A de. AT'*. PEACHES
livery. Phone ID 73669. BEACH

10-24-tf Sunday School 10:00: A.M. BUNS 8 Ct. 1ge
j SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Church Service 11:00: A.M. Saeupto8c Sunlite (303 Can)

fields Installed; snail shell Rea. R. W DICKERT. P UfEVKnYOfH TOMATOES 8 $I 00
sonable prices. Call George Ja !' WELCOME!: I COFFEE ROLLS p.,Zge cant
rO%. ID 73410 8-1-tl 1 T_ 11 SAVE lOc
To pro. PUUN-EVAC costalsingPruoea HASTINGS MATTRESS -
rif. A 8no U world'. Pillsbury CANNED
8mo-o.U..at. Mat tad moat DAturaJUjiatlv & UPHOLSTRY WORKS 9 oz.
.. hurry to
for generous rREE SAMPLE *r4d Florida Box
old UbltU Neb y..r.for 1>e. Ov.r l/b//00 Phone EA 5.9166 (Limit 4 Please) (Limit 4 Please)

I Furnlhr UphoUtcriaglUpedrM ::&y&y&.:->>=-e>JJ>JJ: r1rdYJ dJe3'JJ:..,.,.........:.y.-. f.:P11'f.!'..:.y..'...Jr..:rJ:.J:.JJ
& IUflnlb A
JOHN8TWSFLACLEB Mattresses & Box Springs FREE 5OFREE
5OFREE : 50
BEACH REALTY CO. Made 10 Order.Also RenovatedCall

WATER FRONT FARMS. Aterr00 F. M. With Purchase of 0 With purchase of With Purchase of
ACREAGE PRICES nEASONABLC $1.50 worth of $5.00 More Food
BUDGET FLAK IF KEEDE& ((3)) Cutup or
lee os for yew real state nds last as near LIGHT BULBS Y fRYERS Order
Office Pbone HE 9-2242 Pbon or Post Office Coupon Void After 'J Coupon VoId After Coupon Void After
Residence Phones ID 73691 Drop Us A Card or Call Saturday, Sept. 26, 1964 g Saturday Sept. 28, 1964 Saturday Sept. 26, 1964
Free Sc
Pick-up Delivery
or ID 73517 a Xj


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I :ifagferRac FLAGLERFOOD STORE- -, ,

M M lPhe"I

Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M.
and morning worship is at 11 Clinic
o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, :I SaturdayBo
pastor. Training Union Enrollment .
Thrust will be at 6:45: p.m. Manuel Bunnell High head PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
and evening worship at 7:45. coach, will conduct a special THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
The Carol Choir meets each clinic Saturday, September 26,! September 24, 25, 26, 1964
Tuesday evening at 6 P.M. and to help all boys prepare for the
i Punt, Pass and Kick competition

Midweek nesday This Saturday at Prayer 7:30: ,P.M.service September is Wed.26,fto I'!' clinic be, held at which next Instructions month. The In I JUST CAN'T BEAT THAT FLAGLER FOOD MEAT

and kicking
\ will be work day to clean up punting
and repair after Hurricane Dora. (using a kicking tee) will be J WILSON'S CERTIFIED U. S. D. A. YOUNG HEN 10-12 ft Avg. Wt.
given, will be held at Bulldog

Weekend guests of Mr. and Stadium. l
Mrs. E. D. Johns included their Arrangements for the clinic:i TURKEYS 39

son in law and daughter, Rev. I were made by Leslie Pache competition Ib
.and Mrs. E. B. Turner, Lake City, director for the Bunnell
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson competition as an opportunityfor !
cousins of the Johns, from registered boys to receive I II
DeLand. Mr. Johnson is recent. tips from experts In football I
ly retired from the U.S. Army. skills. II I CHUCK POTROAST CHUCK (FAMILY)

METHODIST CHURCH "This clinic will give every { tb 49 STEAK ft 59
Church school 9:45: A.M. The boy a chance to see Just how I
they will be graded at the Punt
adult class is held at the homeof ,
Pass and Kick
competition on
Rev. and Mrs. Hoover
October 10," Pache said. The GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF PALM RIVER
at the same time. Morning
rules will be explained and ROUND BONE SLICEDROAST
worship at 11 o'clock. Rev. Hoover
minister. The Chapel Choir demonstrations will show exact.
will sing this Sunday. ly what PP&K calls for. Ib 59 BACON tb 49''
Sunday, October 4, Dr. Joe In addition, boys will receive
Tolle will be here for the quar instruction on correct methodsof
terly conference. There will also punting, passing and place-
be a covered dish dinner aft. kicking. "I am sure every boy MAXWELL HOUSE
er the service that Sunday. who attends the clinic will benefit HENDERSONCOFFEE
I also hope a lot of boys I
COMMUNITY CHURCH who still haven't registered will' SUGAR
Sunday school at 9:45: A.M. come to the clinic. They can;
with classes for all ages. MornIng register before the deadline on;
worship at 11 o'clock with October 9," he said. i
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. Also attending the clinic that i 1 Lb. 59 5 & 39<
begins at 10 A.M. will be Coach! Can

Baptist Training Union Resumes Jack Harding, Coach Roy Bay Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
The First Baptist Church will I less, Walter Townsend, kicking
have an Enrollment Thrust 6:45: specialist for the Bulldogs; Wal
Sunday evening at the church. ton Cowart, quarterback, and MAXWELL HOUSE
14 DEL
This will be held for the purpose Elbert Tucker, halfback.The Oz. MONTE
of enrolling members In Punt, Pass and Kick competition INSTANT
the Training Union which will now in its fourth year,: $ CATSUP 6 for $100
resume October 4th, with the is open without charge to all I COFFEE 10 oz. f9
new church year. grade and junior high school Jar
The Training Union is being I boys 8 though 13. In Bunnell, Limit 1 Please
reorganized under the directionof top prizes for the 89- and 10 303 DEL MONTE FRUIT:
Mrs. Ruth Schatz. Miss Faye year-old winners will be Redskins .
Bass will be assistant director warmup jackets, with 46 oz. HI "C" ALL FLAVORS COCKTAIL 4 $100
place kIcker outfit and auto for
and the Leaders will be Mrs.
Agnes Lee, Mrs. Grace Clay and graphed footballs as second and DRINKS 3 for 9 00
Robert Schatz. Mrs. Elizabeth third prizes. Boys 11, 12 and 13
Johns will serve as Training will receive gold, silver and 303 DEL MONTE GARDEN
Union Secretary. bronze trophies. There will be
Following the Enrollment I(18 prizes In all. 12 oz. NIBLET PEAS
Thrust, a fellowship with re I Punt, Pass and Kick, sponsor. 5 for$100
freshments will be held. All age ed nationally by Ford Dealers of CORN
groups are invited to attend. America and the National Football 6'-T
League, is sponsored hereby 22
Bunnell Motor Co. Registration
is at the Ford place. Boys
12 oz. canCORNED
o must be accompanied by a par. THRILL 49
Ig- 'J4o ent or guardian when they regis

"- ooaisu+nfl8 ter. BEEF 39" SAVE 16c Each


By Dorothy Homons
After a hurricane, it is not 6 01. SEALD SWEETLEMONADE
reading weather. It's too much

orange weather.moon.Wind.Windows Sun. Round and & 88' PEARS ftPOTATOES 19

doors being rattled. I cannot
111E E6Ts read a book, much less write NEW
+u u+s wr about one. I wish 1 were at a 10 oz. BIRDSEYE GARDEN SWEET CROP GA. RED
+t; New York First Night.
t tNftPAF1R During June, July and August,
readers at the Flagler Woman's 2 <-43: tb1O ,
Club Library, took out about 500
Pkg. Contains 14c Free
books. (I lost the paper with the p
exact amount In the Storm.) 32
children joined the library. The U. S. No. 1

summer before, none. Ten of the WHITE
smaller ones came regularly OYSTERS Kraft nag

...... every Thursday. 2-99' POTATOES 10 1b49

V..f ""
We Say ThanksTo 50 gS 50lSO 1.\W 50 titiY.'L so"r.41,1 LW T .Lti'.wSN.y 5tJ

all our customers for their patronage throughour S & H GREEN STAMPS ;S: S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN FREE STAMPS
With this and J With 5
coupon this
at coupon and
years With this
Your purchase of one 5 Your purcha.e of two (2tf COupon and
The Colonial Service Station Hot Shot Bug Killer > 12 oz. Cans Lykes More purchase Food of $5 00 orPAGE
Order Ctin.
Bomb 89c Each Luncheon
Meat Cigarettes
I Earl Rice I Coupon Expires ;Ifc: Coupon Expires Not Included

I Saturday, Sept. 26, 1964 S Saturday, Sept. 26, 1964 Saturday Coupon Expires
Sept 26, 1964


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S. D. A. Choice STANDING

RIB ROAST lb. 69

Musical ProgramAt MRS. .
Baptist Church HOSTESS S. D. A. Choice
Sunday EveningThe FINESSE

, have a First musical Baptist program Church Sun will I hostess Mrs. RIB I STEAK lb. 79

day evening, September 27, at nesse .
8 o'clock In place of the regular Tuesday
evening service Mrs. frank Mrs.
Clegg said today. score Western (Center Cut) G. c.'s 'Own' Oven Ready Streak O'Lean
The adult choir, under the dl. Crews
sent rection sacred of Mrs.selections Clegg, includingthe will pre. PORK CHOPS MEAT LOAF WHITE BACON

"The following Love of: God," Nana Hll OF W.S. Ib 6ge I 3 Loaf aI59 Ib 31e
senbeck, Marvin Strickland and The
the choir; "The Haven of Rest," Woman's
Jack Clegg and choir; "Jesus,Service
Saves," "When We See Christ,",for a
Phyllis Hirschl. Alma Sheffield 1[I for the GROUND BEEF HOG MAWS NECK BONES
and choir; Last
"The Savior's Name," Sweet I Gordon HAM HOCKS RIB
Little Jesus Boy," Odell Clegg;I Mrs. FEET
"The Wayfaring Stranger," "Bur.I Helen
dens are Lifted," "Jeusus Is! trict 3 lb.foo S Ib.loo 6 Ib.IOO
Coming," "Softly and Tenderly," Methodist
Benny Black and choir; "In Beach.
Times Like These." Juicy
Miss Elaine Deen will be BAPTIST
playing the piano and Mrs. Jim WEEKLY
mie Hargett the organ. The two The MEAT STEW lb. 69
will play several duet selectionson Baptist .
the instruments. resume
The public is Invited, Mrs. als,
Armour Star
i 12 oz. Can
Clegg said.Quentin at 7:30 P. WILSON'S CLEARBROOK

Emery, I the The BUTTER TREET Each 39 e
Robbie Tucker I I the
Attending Berry I Frank Armour Star 15'1. oz Canin'Qr
Quentin Emery and Robbie j I I s. 49 e CORNED
Tucker left Thursday for Rome,I f Word BEEF HASH 3 for $100
Ga., where they will attend Ber telling of Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ry College. Quentin is returningto Mrs. Bea Our Value 303 Can
resume his studies as a June
sophomore student. Robbie wasa She was CREAM
8 $100
member of this year's gradu. Pillsbury. (Sweet .or Buttermilk) STYLE for
class of Bunnell ber5 in
ating High I
School and he is beginning his the B I ISCUITS Our Value 303 Can
86, Lebons
freshman They were year accompanied there. to ed here NIGHTLY"I 8 oz. I!!1/1 JUNE EARLY PEAS 6 for $4... 00
Rome by their fathers, Alfred the Can ;]I
Tucker and Harold Emery who friends.
returned home Friday. Limit 4 Please FROZEN FOODS _

Simp lot


Phone 437-3681 F LOU R
Box Office Opens 7:15 Valley Frost SLICED 10 oz. pk,.


II, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FRESH PRODUCE -

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A MawnK i1i.Ir.Mcti. Q.r i9c
A W frers+l pM M Yellow CookingONIONS
SUNDAY & Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
r.omnr c m.ewll.aMI 3 ,b.. 19c
doris/james / "
M*.IpI f.Yr .cuu"" i1i11
''move 50 FREE 50 FREE

cu4O Asoo c ca.: With purchase of With purcha.e of With purchase of
will have I (pkg. of 6) Frozen ((2) Can. Borden $5.00 or More Food
Starting Saturday we
afternoon starting at 2:00 p. m.
1:45. _.Patronize the following I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After / j Coupon Void After
at Free tickets to Saturday j ", Sept. 27, 1964 ) ( Sunday, Sept. 27, 1964 ) ( Sunday, Sept. 27, 1964
Night .how.; MetU Super Market
Dunn Hardware, Bunnell Motor Co.
all Drugs, Bunnell Timber Co.
Saturday Matinee and Monday

Starting Thi. Friday, Saturday, 'hi
: ''N
Friday Night Boxoffice Open. : :

Saturday Matinee (one .how only "-

Saturday Night Boxoffoce open :

Sunday Boxoffice opens 2:45 SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227

Monday Night Boxoffice open : -1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

TWO COMPLETE SHOWS Rights Reserved Price. Good Sept. 24,2S, 26, 27, 1064I



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and turned him Into a more or his way out the back door and Subscribe for The Flogler tribune

I Too Late I less respectable cat. He reward. I fell, blotto, In the grass. After

&'D1t4& ed us by eating our pet canary, that he had to have a few drops

but the joy and happiness he of Vodka In his milk or he O. F. ALFORD

To Classify0y gave my daughter offset his I wouldn't drink It Registered
Continued From Page 7 I
Russell KarI evilness. Yes, cats are wonderful critters Real Estate Broker

Sue King LeavesTo I when you really get to
there Aloulsus the
Then was know them in Bunnell. Florida
spite of their
Enter Ga. UniversityMiss have had a weakness '
always I office cat. lie marched Into our
fangs and claws and fleas.
Sue King left Friday for for cats. This statement office one morning with the help, II

Athens, Ga., where she will be. I will probably bring a shrudderto a big yellow tom, and climbing ENTII IN TilE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COUIIT IN SKV-AND

gin her freshman studies at the those unfortunate humans Into the lower drawer of my sec. I Iretary's 6txJfti TO CI Fon TilE STATE OF FLORIDA

University of Georgia. She wasa who happen to be allergic to desk, took possession of I iWt0lbtle? VERY COUNTY. CASE OF FLAGLER NO. 4933 IN -

member of the Bunnell High them or because of some quirkof the establishment. When I HENRY: A. BROCKMAN.

School graduating class this nature, can't tolerate the reaced the office my secretarysaid .v.. Plaintiff,

year. nasty beasts.I "Look what I got," and BETTY P. BROCKMAN.Defendant

She was accompanied to the that either pointed to the sleeping feline TO: BETTY P. IIROCKMAN'of 344
have found you Vance St., Laurlnburg, North
her mother Mrs. In the desk drawer. Carolina
Georgia city by like cats or you don't. I like You
are hereby noticed that a
Herschel King and Mrs. Harry them, whether they are of the Aloulsus became a fixture. I Complaint for Divorce ha been
Atkinson, who returned home of tiled against you and you are required .
domestic variety or denizens The office help fed him, made' to serve a copy of your Answer

during the weekend. the jungle. I have had a cat a fuss over him and he ran the I !!P )+ot1u ll the or Plaintiff Pleading to attorney the Complainton ,

or two around for as long as office like a tyrant. One of the W. 1... WADSWORTH
Mose Atkinson Is returningthis P. O BOX 898
I can remember and have found girls hated cats. He seemed to 1 f BUNNELL, FLORIDAand
week to Mather Alrforce file the original Answer
them delightful
where he Is know it so he would park him r Pleading In the office of the Clerkof
Base in However, I never owned a cat. self table and' the Circuit Court on or before
on a nearby
stationed.He L. sso the lath day of October 1964.
Nobody ever did. glare at her, hissing if she made If you fall to do BO, Judgment
has enjoyed a furlough I by default will be taken against
here visiting with members of I A cat Is the most Independent a move toward him. One evening I I you Complaint.for the relief demanded in the

his family and friends.Mr. creature on earth. You can lead just before closing time a II Done and Ordered at Bunnell.
wantto I visitor came by with a bottleof I Florida this 15th day of Septem
them milk, provided they ber. 1961.Circuit .

and Mrs. Walter Creal are be led, but you can't make i Vodka and Insisted I havea I II I ( Court Seal
E. A. Clerk
e sri
Then he half
La. unless damn slug. put a Jig. I
visiting in Chicago and them drink they Circuit Court Flagler
i /b U>ni Florida
in the cat's milk. Alouisus County I
Grange Park, Ill. They will well have made up their mind ger W. L. WadsworthBox

visit with her sister and other that they want to drink, andI sampled it, then backed off, but I 896Bunnell, Florida
he returned
was hungry so
relatives. have seen cats so cockeyed Sept 17-24 & Oct. 1-8-4tcIN
( their ribs arched but and drank It all. Emitting a :
NANCY REBECCA RODGERS they had to show their Independence sigh of contentment, he made SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rodgersof I by standing off long -- ----- ----. .. ,. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
Pusan, Korea, are the parentsof enough to let you know they UNITED BONDING INSURANCE

a daughter, born September didn't have to If they didn't COMPANY, authorized, an Indiana to do corporation business

22 at the Bunnell General Hospital. I want to.Every In Florida
.* She was given the name
I cat I have encounteredhad
Rebecca. ARTHUR 1.
of Nancy
distinct personality. All and
The young lady is the grand. a ALWAYS IDA MAE WILEY,
of them maintain the Madison
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Defendant*.
Avenue or movie producer attitude NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Rodgers of Bunnell. + TO: ARTHUR L WILEYco
of "Don't call me, I'll call Red Cloud I Corp
I The parents are in the States GROWER; San Francisco California

I for six months while Mr. Rodgers I you. 'CPO 3S8 n

is attending a training Time after time I have pickedup YOU ARE tHEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

school for the Army at Fort Lee, I a cat with the thought of has been a 'r.fd re.grro. by& the

Va. He is with the Civil Service j I caressing It in my lap, only to above Court. named The real Plaintiff In the above

and stationed with the Army in have It wiggle and squirm un. to follow be :foreclosed f.rosr.bguc a*

Korea. til it attained its freedom then Parents will tell you that noticeable, yet itt there just Lot 16 of Bailey Subdivision a*

\ in its own good time jump in kids are always growing. This the same.growth file per In Plat the of Office said Subdivision of the Circuit on

DALTON MATTHEW KINNEY my lap and submit to my at. h never more obvious Court of Flagler County Florida -
Local stores are constantly In Plat Book 6. at Page 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Kinney tention as It purred contentedly. than' the time when last win adding new items, new products Including all Improvement and
are the parents of a seven ter doling Is taken out of appurtenance thereto.
improvements on famil. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
pound eight ounce son born at Among famous cats of my experience storage to determine which tar and copy of your answer or other
everyday [ pleading*, upon the Plaintiff' I at.torneys
the Bunnell General Hospital on was Peleg Boggs. Items may be used for another appliances. Helen Tanos Hope and

r1 September 11. lie was given the was a forlorn stray that my year. Day to day, the Alice B. -r.cte. 605 Biscayne BuildIng. -
Flagler St, Miami I
name of Dalton Matthew. daughter and I encountered on growth much less obvious. Those of us who shop local Florida, and file the original with
' stores frequently are aware the clerk of the above entitled
lie is the grandson of Mr. and an evening walk. Crouched beside Did you ever stop to think Court, on or before the 8th day of
Mrs. John Kinney of St. Johns the road, he was a pictureof that our business community of this "growth.. We may October, 1864, otherwise a default
will be entered against
take it for but you.
even ,
Park Section. despair. His hair was matted Is steadily growing, too? DATED AT Bunnell Florida

there were sandspurs in his Sometimes it is quite obvious we are still aware of it. September Flagler County, 1964 this 8th day of>S

CARD OF THANKSThe ears, he had the mange and -a new building goes up, an If YOU haven't shopped E. A. SMYTHE
of Circuit Court
tClerk the
kindness and sympathy of he looked more like a ghost established store is remodeled local stores lately, may we ? pLniorl Flagler Tribune
Other do ? Dates: 24. & Oct I-4to
than a cat. or expanded. suggest you so soon
neighbors and friends in our recent -- --
times, the growth is not so You'll be glad you did. IN TIE CIRCUIT COURT SEVKNTII -
sorrow will always remain My daughter, like most chip JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN

with us a precious memory. Our Interest AND FOR FLAKLKR COUNTY,
dren, became intensely
sincere thanks and gratitude for ed. She wanted to know all about WILLIE JAMES McGILL

all those comforting acts, the the kitty. "What is his ewlt sake! Plaintiff

Spiritual Bouquets and flowers. I name?" She asked. For no rea. Trade at Home JHS ANNIE OLAVMcaiLL.Defendant..

We also want to thank those progress .
son at all I replied, "Peleg NOTICE OF Pt'llMOATION'
for the visits, cards, flowers, and Boggs" "lie is a descendant of IN TnJo) NAME OF THE STATE

many other kindnesses duringhis an old colonial family but un. OF TO: FLORIDA ANNIE OLA: McGILL
illness. These have meant Residence Unknown
doubtedly a blacksheep. YOU ARE HEREBY required to
much to us. file with the Clerk of this Court
Mrs. Francas Zeller You guessed it, we took him your answer to the Bill of Complaint -
l filed herein against you In
and family. home and fed him, loved him the above entitled cause on or be.
TKNTATIIK IIUIMJHT FUCAL1B4M65 iv TILE cmrriT COURT OF fore the 20th day of October. 1964
FI.AUI.Kll fOUNTY. FLORIDA' and serve a copy thereof upon
Notice I is hereby given that the CIIANCKRY NO. OM Joseph W. Hatchett. Plaintiff at.
maci)RI@QtmOji9rt 6CiIDtCl itbtD am Ilf1m 1 mIBlACKIS Hoard of County Commissioners of PATRICiA LANG torney, herein, whose address I*
Flagler County. Florid, will meeton Plaintiff 614 South Campbell: Street, P. O.
FLOWER SHOP ;Thursday. September. er2oJ <: __ Box U. Daytona Beach Florida.
at 8:00: r, M. at the ROBERT LANG The Flagler Tribune" \la hereby
Courthouse, for the purpose of Defendant designated a* the newspaper In
111 N. Forsyth St. Bunnell Phone 437-3348 hearing complaint or objection on which this notice shall be published .
the Tentative Budget as revl.edand NOTICE TO DEFEND once a week for Four m consecutive
adopted by the Board of Coun* THE RAT ;: OF FLORIDA. TO: weeks HEREIN FAIL
NOW OPEN ty Commissioner at the regular nT LANO74T NOT OR A DECREE PRO CONFESSO .
meeting held on September T, 13(4. 10th Avenue WILL
to wit: New York City New York OAINST YOU FORLAUCHIEFAIW
r.KXKIIU.: KI'Mli You are hereby notified that a UHE.
In *
Specializing MlllaKe to be raised from 2.3 millsto suit has been tied against you In The nature of this suit I I. a bill
POTTED PLANTS 4.0 mill., and total amount of the above entitled cause: and you for divorce.:
CUT FLOWERS leneral Fund budget to be raised are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'b"or anwer WITNESS my hand and seal at
CHURCH & HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS from I1I4.I1SOO to 1204.851.00.Ito.UI with the ""TiVk Jo'1a&'lt'f County Florid,
AND IIHIIMaJ Fl'KDlMlllage to serve a copy thereof upon his day of September, A. l>.
to be reduced from 4.1 plaintiff or plaintiff* attoney. 1914.
PERMANENT FLOWER ARRANGEMENTSCLOSED mill. to I.( mills and total amountof whose name and address Is: (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Road A Bridge Fund Increased SAMUEL V HOIXTH Clerk of Circuit Court
THURSDAY AND SUNDAY from SISl.t4C.00 to tlSS.lTMS. 110 North Ird Street Sept 14 Oct. I".U-nc
FINE: A\l> FORFKITlltK F'I'NlltMillag. Palatka. Floridanot
to be left unchanged at II
.\Ji nIIIII. *but total amount of Fin A later than October 1. A. D. 1114.

. .. .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. ....... Forfeiture Fund to b* Increased If you fall to do '0. decree pro iZ Ile JUaglrr SribunrI1CNNELL ;
"". . . . . . . . . . . . .'" . . . . . . . .v. from ITl.151.00 to 173.512.51. confesso will be entered against
Hated this 15th day of September you for the relief demanded in the I
144 at Bunnell. Flagler Coun bill of complaint. The nature of
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR 'Iorlda. aid suit being for divorce. FLORIDA
r' OTIS R HUNTER. ChairmanHoard WITNESS my hand and seal of
County Commissioner laid Court this lit day of September I
AMBULANCE ATThT: A. D. 1211.Ofi1eLICleik MRS. u. B. TULLES Editor
PHONE VAlley A 1625 i erkSept. Circuit Court 7.24-Ito Circuit Court
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Due to the Increase In the Telephones* In the Bunnetl and Flakier
Garcia Ambulance. We Beach eschangea. In accordance with the statewide rate schedule the C.." ", ...Ie... ...... taerela
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155.. ... the State ef Flerida
:; are always at your serrlce with promptness safety and date on and after October IU "IUJ.O.:(".: IF.ln'ICI
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experience. PRESENT' $t.*0 US '1.10 12.00NEW Entered as second das matter
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February 4. 1111, at the postoffle
ResusiUtor and Inhalator
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lit. IPARTYP.ltTY LINE: at Dunnell. Florida, under act of

Garcia Funeral HomeP. PDESENT 11.*. 11.1. *4.1$ **.** March, 3. 117&.
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Cow Has I IDr. C. J. Wilcox, asslsta- t ge I II for the production of a large In Florida it's against the law' Water Fish-Commission. To ex.
Dairy neticist with the Experimentl I volume of top quality milk highin I I to have a rattlesnake for a pet,I' hiblt any poisonous reptile re
Noted RecordProlific I Stations Dairy Science Depart protein. Because of their excellent unless you have a special license quires a special license plus a I
merit dispositions, well-attach from the Game and Fresh I $1,000 surety bond.
I ed udders, and strong feet and ,
Brown Swiss at I -- -
I This is nearly twice the;
Florida I legs, Brown Swiss are well
a Agricultural Experiment
{amount of milk produced in a adapted to both the family- ,.
Unit received national (year by the average cow being I sized farm or the large com .
recog milked in the United States to. mercial operation. fire Insurance pollclet we write itill give the same
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nition for producing about 6,080 .
day. But can often enjoy addltional
dependable protection. today you
L quarts of milk In a ten-Month Dr. Wilcox can attest to1!
benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
period. I The cow's name is Yankee "Judy's" personality as a typical I coverage
!!Hills Kayak Judy. "Judy" was 1 Brown Swiss. !, little extra costRemember.
The average person consumes I credited with the milk under a "She has a good dispositionand IL T. Cook Agency ti ready to help you
about 250 quarts in fluid .milk I testing program at the unit located is very cheerful about her take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
and milk products a year.A at the University of Flor work," says the scientist. or stop In soon for full details.
total of 13,070 pounds of ida and won notice from the I I
Brown Swiss Cattle Breeder's I H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
596 I
milk and pounds of buter-
I :I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Fla.V .
fat flowed from the registered Association of Beloit, Wise. I I SL50 A TEAR 437.3361
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Coach Bo Manuel 1 1I Additional Funds Attends Vegetable I Fall Fashion in more tightly twisted yams, I I
Growers ConventionIn
I more closely woven and firmer !

I Speaks To Rotary For Rural Areas Mr.Miami and This Mrs. Week William Deen .Is Forecast ( fabrics.these fabrics Classic are examples tweeds and of

( By John Cannon) Hit By Hurricane and Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hollandare I, Hemlines! Silhouette! Fab '!herringbones,crepes covert cloth,
in Miami this week where I ric! Color! I garbadlne. You'll see whipcordsand
I Coach Gerald "Bo" Manuelwas I
I What does the glass of fash ribbed woolens everywhere.Still .
they are attending the
guest speaker at the regular An additional $2 million of in
the fashion
ion reflect for fall? picture are
I luncheon meeting of the Ro rural housing loan funds has Vegetable Growers Association
Convention.Mr. I Probably the best news of all looped fabrics, but the loops are
( tary Club of Bunnell last Thurs. been made available for loansto
:is that skirt hemlines will not smaller and pressed flat
day at 12:30: P.M. at the Ma. eligible families in rural areas Holland and Mr. Deen are I
change, Miss Elizabeth
1 sonic Hall. who need to replace or repair officers in the association. says The most predominant colorsIn
Dickinson, clothing and textile
buildings that have been damaged all these fabrics are black
Coach Manuel was Introducedby specialist, Florida Extension
or destroyed by HurricaneDora RUMMAGE SALE and white. Look for a combination
Chairman Lyman I Service.
Program according to a statement OCTOBER 24 of these two colors as
who Is serving as chairman
: Gage made today by William T. Shad. I Slimness with ease sums up well as others In tweeds and
for the months of July, Au r THE BAND PARENTS WILL
r dick, state director of the Farm. I I the fashionable fall silhouette. herringbone, as well as hound-
gust, and September. HOLD A RUMMAGE SALE ON
Home Administration.These tooth fabrics.
ers You'll see it in shifts and dressesin
\ The Bulldog Coach reviewedthe slim-llne princess style, in
loans are made to farm I THE BAND UNIFORM FUND,
relative strengths and weak. longer jackets, In with a'' "
owners of other real estate in MRS EVELYN COOK SAID TO- pants "Belle of the Suwannee, one
nesses of this year's Bunnell rural areas and small rural DAY. "skinny" look, In double breast of two boats operated by the
: team to the conference ed coats dresses and suits.
High communities with population up Stephen Foster Memorial, was
: winning Bulldogs of last year. to 2,500 which are not part of BUYING EGGSBe Long sleeves, either straight and named for a famous Suwannee
He was cautiously optimistic In an urban area. They are made gathered into a waistline, or River boat which hauled freight

predicting that the Bulldogs only to applicants who are unable wise about size when you I snug with elbow darts and no and passengers up and down
would win against Crescent Cityon cuff accentuate the lean look.
to obtain credit they need buy eggs. the historic river nearly a hun
Thursday night. Subsequent from private and cooperative It's a good way to save money, Texture In fabrics shows up dred years ago.
events on Friday night at Bulldog lenders the Small says Dr. Ralph Eastwood, mar. -- .-
including -- --- --
Stadium have since justified t
Business Administration whose keting specialist, Florida Agricultural

his optimism as Bunnell area office is located In Jack Extensive Service. I CAPITOL SKATING RINK
trounced the Rebels by a score sonville. Eggs can be extra large, medium

of 41 to C. or small, yet one size in

Coach Manuel pointed out to Interest rate on Farmers Home any grade Is Just as good as NOW OPEN rat
keenly interested club members Administration Rural Housing another. Size doesn't affect :
I that Bunnell has made a grand. loans Is 4 per cent with a maximum quality at all. Korona on U. S. Highway No. 1 '

jl slam sweep of conference titlesin term of 33 years. And sometimes small eggs are Skating Each Night 7:00 to 10:00 ".
I the St. Johns Conference dur an especially good buyouncefor
Eligible applicants should con Saturday and Sunday Matinee
ing the last school year. He re ounce.
tact the Farmers Home Admin.
minded members that all teamsIn To judge quality, look for the 2:30 to 4:30
Istratlon local offices serving the
the conference would be USDA grade mark-Grade AA,
Use Yours Our Skates
I 24 Florida counties In the disaster or
"loaded" for Bunnell this year. Fresh Fancy, for top quality,
area. Location of offices
I lie further elaborated that this Grade A or Grade B.
and counties served are: ,
would put the pressure on the --

boys, but that he felt that this Galnesvllle-Alachua, Bradford,

I Bulldog team could cope with Clay; Lake CIty.ColumbIa, Baker

the pressure and still come Nassau, Union; Live Oak-
through In good shape if injuries Suwannee, Lafayette; Chlefland-

did not radically changethe Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy; Ocala-

I picture.As Marion, Putnam, St. Johns; San-
director of athletics at ford-Flagler, Volusia; Madisonand 4

I Bunnell High Coach Manuel Taylor; Tallahassee-Leon, ( What'sy
took the opportunity to public. Jefferson, Wakulla; Jasper-Ham
ly thank the school board, the ilton.

county board of commissioners,
I and the Bunnell City Commis. HENRY ZELLER Pit
sion for their exceptionally fine FUNERAL HELD y r o r F : b kj u Md..+tiMetl

interest and cooperation in mak HERE SATURDAY
ing Bulldog Stadium completely yl
ready for the 1964-63 scheduleof Funeral services were held at

games. He said "Bunnell can 10 o'clock Saturday morning at 3 ,, r
take pride in having probablythe St. Stephens Catholic Church for t tS

finest stadium in the St. Henry W. Zeller who passed
Johns Conference." away on September 16.
Vice President Tom Lenssen I The Rosary was said at the i ip

presided in the continued absence chapel of Craig Funeral Home
of President Dewey Moody. : Friday evening at 8 o'clock.

Vice President Tom announceda Father Diego Conesa officiated
board of directors meeting for at both services. Burial was at

Wednesday night, September St. Mary's Cemetery in Korona.

23, at 8 P. M. at his home on Active pallbearers were J. J.
the T-Double-L Ranch. Kelley, J. II. Wood, Lee Drazba,
The club welcomed Bill Duncan John Pawlicki, Ignacy Korczak, b -

i a visiting Rotarian from Or- Mark Hannah. Honorary bear. r

I mond Beach who made up a ers were Fred Chambers, Thomas 1

,\ meeting with the club. Bill was Diamond, H. V, Peavy, Joe Krol, A
Introduced by John A. Cannon M. A. Koczwanskl, Sr., and An
who served as acting secretary I I drew Zalewski. .r ri
1 for Howard Taylor who was In I

Gainesville on business. It was which will take place October
announced that Taylor made up 21 and 22. This activity occurs

a j his absence by meeting with the each year and Is in actuality an
r Rotary Club of Gainesville on Inspection and review of the

.I Tuesday, September 15. Club's program of work by the
Plans are currently underwayto District Governor of Rotary District

prepare for Club Assembly 691.
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NOTICE It's an important gasoline discovery! Methyl*

steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops powerwastingknock

better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore

Occupational licenses will be due evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under
extreme temperatures. And its in Standard gasolines (Crown and

Crown Extra) ?at no increase in

October I 1964. License fees are price! Another

we take better care compoundSTANDARD

the same as last year. To avoid ......tr.d.nurk tar ntikmck OIL

penalty, must be paid on or before

November I I,1964. M


i Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, Clerk ...n WlnStlnd'm !

Sept. 17-24-2tc

R. E. MORRIS Agent Daytona Beach Florida


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