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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 1, 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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52, NO. 39 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1964 $2:50: A YEAR
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Don Brown SpokeTo MOSQUITO BOARD Don Moore Named ARTHUR VAN DORN I Korona Celebratso
(ASKS ( PASSED AWAY
COOPERATION I
Quarterbacks OF ALL PARENTS I I Flagler CountyTax I LAST WEDNESDAY I 50th AnniversarySaturday !a

Secretary Gage of the East Arthur Van Dorn of Flagler :r:
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Assessor
Tuesday NightDon Flagler Mosquito Control Board I Beach passed away September Sund

Brown assistant coach I again urges parents of small D. R. (Don) Moore was named 23 at the local hospital follow S

from the University of Florida I I children to refrain from allow. Flagler County Tax Assossor an illness of several weeks. Fifty years ago a groj} ,
and former High School coach ing them to follow along behind Friday by Governor Farris i'' Mr. Van Dorn was an engineer l. Polish people from Chlcaj ,tf

at Lake City was guest speaker the fogging trucks In the Bryant. Mr. Moore will succeed I with the Lehigh Portland Detroit moved to Flagler 3 u
at the Quarterback Club Tuesday I I dense fog. This practice is ex the late D. D. Moody who had I I Cement Co. lie was a resident to settle on farm land which'they
night. Brown spoke on tremely hazardous and could : served as Tax Assessor for the I I of Daytona Beach before comingto I had purchased sight un
the two games the Florida I result in their being run over r past 33 years and did not seek Flagler Beach about 8 years I seen. The land was located In

Gators have played to date. Also by other cars, as well as the I re-election this year. I. ago.Survivors the south section of the county
Brown spoke about the formation fogging truck. include a brother, which Is now on U. S. HighwayNo.
Mr. Moore Is the Democratic Jack Van Dorn of 1 five miles
of the Quarterback Club In Another Influx of mosquitoes I Ormond south of Bun.
Lake City. is expected again: in another] nominee for the office, and does Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Carrie nell. The settlement was given
Buck Moore and Lou Fuchs week or ten days, due to the I not have opposition In the gen. Daggett of Holly Hill and Mrs. the name of Korona, polish for

charter members of the Daytona I I high tides, and an unusual a* I!eral election. Louise Copeland of Lawrence- Crown.

Beach Quarterback Club came mount of fogging will be done. Mr. Moore is the son Mrs. I I'I yule, Ga.Services. Many of these families still

and spoke about to about 35 I Isham Johnston of Bunnell and were held at 3 0' live there and this weekend,
people interested in forming the Commission the late Mr. Johnston. lie came I I clock Thursday afternoon at the October 3 and 4, they are celebrating
Club. City to Flagler County to reside in I Baggett-Mclntosh Chapel with the Golden Anniversaryof
Next week the meeting will Meets To Study II 1951 coming here from Daytona I Rev. R. W. Dickert of the Com. the founding of the settlement .
be at 7:30: p. m. in the High Beach. He is engaged In the munlty Memorial Church of and also the completionof

School Cafeteria. Plans are to I farming industry and also is II Flagler Beach officiating. the St. Mary's Catholic Church
hold an election of officers. All Storm Damage a Real Estate Broker, associatedwith The body was sent to Law. which was one of the first act
interested persons are urged to Bunnell Commission. his Mother in the Johnston renccvllle for services and of the settlement.
The City
be at this meeting. Realty Company of Flagler I burial.
I ers met Monday evening in a I
Next week's guest speaker has the Beach. The St. Mary' Catholic Church
special meeting to study still stands along the
I presentU.
not been confirmed as of press
time. I storm damage. Civil Defense I Mr. Moore with his wife Betty S. Highway 1 at the intersection .
: Director Raymond Smith with' and their children, Don Jr age Will Observe of the road which servedas

: them to explain the procedure i 14, Bill age 9, and Anita age 6, the Highway 1 for many
I for making application for dam. reside in the Bimini Section on High School years and was known as Dixie

Gordon-DuPont age loans. Highway 100.Baptist Highway
After the careful study of the I College DayThe
Service Business damage the commission decided Most of the planned festivitiesfor
most of their damage was clear. Saturday and Sunday will
fourth annual College Day
James Dupont and Roy Gordon Ing debris and cleaning up Church center around the Church, Its
Bunnell
for High
have purchased the repair after the storm and this would Program nearby shrine and the Cemeteryacross
School will be held this
\ department of the General Elec not amount to enough to applyfor New Sponsor for yearon the Highway
Wednesday, October 7, from
tric Appliance Store from Mr. the loan. Most of the labor Memorial services will be held
2 to 3:15: P. M. at the school.
and Mrs. Coy Harris. had already been paid for. Scout Troop 472Boy Saturday morning at 10 o'clock

; The purpose of College Day Is at the Cemetuy. Father Conesa
The new firm will operate un Scout Committee.
Troop to acquaint senior student and will celebrate the Memorial
der the name of DuPont and Bulldogs' won from men held their first meeting at their parenjjs with the purposes ,Service and Fathtr, Vincent 1
Gordon and will _
dealjA sen -
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Church Tues
tF ** *?*** the First Baptist
i and the for Smith. former will t
I requirement con. pastor, givea
eral contracting:; air'condition.
day evening. The church is the
HeightsThe education. talk.
Keystone tlnulng on to higher
ing, and heating as well as re new sponsor for Boy Scout
From four to 8 Polish
p.m. a
pair for both large and small 472. The form. Admission the
Bunnell Bulldogs traveledto Troop troop wa specialist are
Sausage Supper will be **nr d.
appliances.Mr. Keystone Heights last Fri. .erly sponsored by the Rotary most Informed people about the This will be followed by a dance

Gordon said they will do day night I I Club and the troop meeting complexities of gaining admission from fl.30 to Ii30.
the service work far the appliance Harry Bullock ran a touchdown were held at Flagler Beach. to college during these Sunday morning at eleven
sales departmentMr. I I and Walter Townsend [ The first troop meeting under highly competitive times. Thisis o'clock a Pontlfldal High MOM
kicked extra point Also Billy the new sponsorship will be In I the one time during the year will b* celebrated by Itev. Mon-
Gordon said they have Cauley ran a TD. Townsend'skick I the church recreation room at when their time Is specifically signor Mullally, Pastor of St
rented the repair department of was blocked. The final 7:30: Thursday, October 8. The alloted to visitation in the high Paul's Church of Daytona Btach.
the appliance store on Main Stand score was 13.0 Bunnell. r committee plans to hold the schools of the state. Following the Mall there will
" W. Moody Blvd. where the' The Bulldogs to St Augustine Scout meeting at the church
go be a Luncheon for the ClergydlgnltariM.
The College Day Program was
will be located.I I recreation until the Scout
company Night to Play St. room
Saturday house can be rebuilt Initiated and is presently plan. This will be served
Joseph. ned and coordinated each year In the Church Hall.
For some time the two troops by the Florida Association of A Chicken Barbtqu will be
BAPTIST CHURCH have met at Flagler Beach. In Deans and Guidance Counselors.This served from 12 to 2i30 to the

WILL SPONSOR A Bulldog "B" Team the future Troop 472 will meet Is the professional organization public at the big top tent
in Bunnell and the other troop
A Band Concert will be pro
ST. JOHNS CHAPEL of high school and college
Oct. 5 s Crescent City 7:30 Away will continue to meet at Flag deans and counselor In the seated from 2i30 to 4:00 P. M.
Beginning next Sunday, October Oct. 12 Hastings 7:00: Home ler Beach. State of Florida. Four to 4i30 P. In. Sunday at.
4, the First Baptist Church Oct 19 Crescent City 7:30 Home ternoon will be the Benediction
will sponsor a Chapel in the St Oct. 26 Father Lopez 7:30 Away Admission representative ol the Most BUsaed Sacrament 1 j
Johns Park area. It will be held. Nov. 2 Hastings 7:00 Away FICUS To Meet from the following school have Korona resident serving on !
in the Recreation Hall and will' Nov. 9 Father Lopez 7:30 Home I been invited to participate In a planning Committee for the
be known as the St John' October the program: Daytona Beach Celebration include Lee Drazba, .
6
Chapel. SPECIAL SERVICES I Here Junior College, Florida State Chairman; Martha Zysk and +!!

I Sunday school will begin at SUNDAY AT FIRST Twenty-four civil defense conference I University, University of Florida, Ed Gorcckl, vice chairman. St.
9:30 A.M. Classes will be for I I will be conducted this University of Miami, Berry College Mary's Father Conea, St Au-
all children from the ages of 4 METHODIST CHURCHWorld I year by the Florida Institute for I Jones College, Auburn University gustlne, I I. honorary chairman.
through 12 years. Mr. Henry Wide Communion Sun Continuing University Studies the Mary Karl Vocational Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley,
Zlmmerly will be the superintendent day will be celebrated at First (FICUS) in cooperation with the I', School, and the Florida Air. in a letter to Fattier Conesa,
and the teachers In .. Methodist Church on Sunday Florida Civil Defense Agency. I'I line Personnel Training$ Schoolof aid "We share with you parish
elude Mrs. Peggy King, Junior morning, October 4. The pastor, The conference scheduled for St Petersburg.The loner the great Joy of this day,
department; Grace and Michael Rev. Howard Porter, announced Bunnell will be at the Bunnell I I anticipated schedule for and we go back with them In

Stefllk primary department; hi* sermon topic for this special Civic Center on October 6 at 7 College Day, October 7, 1* a* memory to honor the founder
Mrs. Henry Zlmmerly, beginners' service of Holy Communion will o'clocK follow: Two o'clock P.bf. in of the pariah and those who
departmentAn ''be "One In Fellowship" at the Dr. Myron R. Blee, director of the auditorium Introduction of have belonged to It during this

evening preaching service 11 o'clock worship hour. FICUS aid the conference are representative, assignment of half century,"
will be held at 7 P.M. Rev. At the 7:30 Sunday evening I planned to acquaint local government room and explanation of schedule The Golden Anniversary Celebration
Thomas Pinner will preach at service the sermon will be official and community of events; 2:15 to 2:45 first activities are all opento
the service. Mrs. Odell Clegg around the vows of Holy Wed. leaders with the continuing conference period, and 2:45: to the public and all Flagler
will direct the music for the I lock. The sermon topic will be I I' need for preparedness In eventof 3:15 circulating conference peri Countless have a special invitation .
evening service. I The Wedded State." Rev. Porter I a nuclear attack or natural : od. The program will end with to attend all phase of the

Junior choir 1 b planned for the say The Wedded State 1* dlater. I the end of the school day at program
children under Mrs. Clegg* dl. earth' most sacred relationship,! The conference are also I 3:15 P. M. Mr. Drazba said the commun.
rectlon. All are Invited to sharein the root of society" planned to provide local citizen.. Ity ho gone all out In the put
this new work the pastor A* a part of the service a renewal with a better understanding of It Is sincerely hoped that .* few week in preparation for
Rev. Thomas Pinner said. of marriage vow by allI the federal, state and county many parent a* possible will this Anniversary Celebration.
Sunday will be the day of I those present will be a highlight dvll defense program and re.sponsibllitie avail themselves of the oppor The Church has been completely
Open House at the New Patorium *- lof i the service which will com- *. he added. tunlty of hearing and talking renovated and painted Inside
of the First Baptist ,memorate the Silver Wedding I FICUS conducts the confer firsthand with the college admission and out New shrubery baa been
Church of BunnelL The calling anniversary of the pastor and ence under a contract with the offldal Parent of underclaumen :replaced in the shrine and the
hours will be from 3 to 5 In the I his wife. I national office of Civil Defense. will also be welcome I ground around the church u
afternoon i Following the service there County civil defense director even though underclassmen I well a* the Cemetery, new rug
All are invited' to visit the.i will be a social hour and refreshment .i'are responsible for local arrangement I themselves will not par. I and furnishing added to the
new home. for everyone. *. Ucipate in the actlvltle Sanctuary.IE .






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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 1, 1964
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burger has invaded foreign soil, danger within the seeds. I'.
First HamburgerAt but not without opposition. West points out that a single .R.
financial chewed thoroughly 24 HourWrecker .
of
Despite predictions pea when I
World's Fair in suicide, a courageous American contains enough poison to kill Service
company recently opened a an adult. The poison is abrin, !j
St. Louis in 1904An chain of hamburger stands in, which is absorbed in the stom- ]

enterprising chef at the St. of all places, Paris. Gourmets ach. j Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
in search of claimed
gastronomy
Fair of 1904 In. In flat,
Louis World's that ground meat should only Rosary peas grow ( MASSEY-FERGUSON
&. troduced a new delicacy: beef brown pods on woody vines.
virologistat Grove Farm Industrial
be bought for pets. A Equipment
:;:.:1'' chopped, broiled, and served one the Pasteur Institute called Each seed Is less than a quar* |
. bun. sheer poison. ter of an inch long and roundIn VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID .7-3242
"Om Bourzhays"
0- Is lost to shape. It is bright red with ;
The cook's name lie said millions of germs were Owner Bunnell Florida
but not his Invention, a Jet black cap. '
.,j history ground into the meat by the I .
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the hamburger. A national In. and left to
chopping machines The botanist warns that al-j--- -
........ stltutlon along with baseball multiply even under heat. Sales though rosary peas are pretty,!,
.and. bubble gum, the hamburg. plummeted until one hamburg. they can be deadly If eaten. ,
-* ers. enjoyed at the rate of some er devotee pointed out: "Ameri children should be told not to| CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
.21 billion a or an averageof
year cans eat millions of hamburgersa play with these seeds-or any
110 for every man, woman, month, and they seem to be other plant. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
and child. I ,
: doing fine JOHN CAPO. Associate
Rolled or Floated I Hamburger eateries in Paris 1!
Chopped beef, on or off Its I now do a booming business, and AIR LADY OXYGEN
bun, Is a versatile, year round most of the customers are TROOPER Bill SAYS;, I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
favorite, the National Geograph French. RENEW YOUR ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
ic Society says. It is slapped Originated In Baltic DRIVER'S LICENSE
into patties, rolled in balls, Though appreciation of the DURING YOUR I Phone ID 7.3532
molded into loaves, stuffed in late to France,
hamburger came BIRTH MONTH ; I i 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
leaves, floated in soup, fried, regions of Europe savored chopped
broiled, barbecued, braised, and beef centuries ago. 1-
served en brochette.In According to gastronomes, the
addition to the familiar first version of the hamburger
hamburger and cheeseburger, turned upon medieval menus in
there are such exotic derivativesas .Baltic states. People often ate Cabbage worms?
pizzaburgers, pickleburgers, raw beef shredded with a dull
bagelburgers, bananaburgers, I knife.
wlneburgers, nutburgers, onion. Merchants from Hamburg, the
burgers, soybeanburgers, lobster. German port and leading mem
burgers, Texas, California,. and ber of the Hanseatlc League,
Danlshburgers. In fact, almost brought it home.as Steak Tartar.
any food than can be choppedand German emigrants to the United
cooked will sooner or later States brought this raw special.
turn up on a menu as a 'burger. ity, soon nicknamed hamburger
In Washington, D.C., to pub. though it had yet to be broiled.In .
liclze a theatrical production, a World War I, when antl
bakery and meat company real. Germany feeling ran high, ham.
ized a hungry boy's dream re burger was sometimes called
cently when they combined talents "Salisbury steak." The name \
to produce the world's honored Dr. James II. Salisbury, /
largest hamburger: 20 poundsof a 19th-century British nutrition. -
beef, 5 pounds of tomatoes, ist who went patent medicinesone /
10 heads of lettuce, a gallon of better. lie claimed his diet /
mustard, and 5 pounds of onions. ,
of ground beef and clear tea relieved
The roll was 12 feet around. pernicious anemia, :
The genuine American ham. asthma, Bronchitis, colitis \ ',
:>'Y MVWUUTh rheumatism, pulmonary tuber. I ,
culosis, gout, and hardening of
Community the arteries. \r

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Dayton AT*. and black may be at.
FLAGLER BEACH tractive colors for a lady to
wear to a party, but when red
Sunday School 10:00 A.Me
and black decorate a small ,
pea
Church Service 11:00 A.M.
the combination can mean dan
II. W. DICKERT. Putor
EVERYONE WELOOMR.h. I ger.This is the poisonous
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rosary or jequirlty pea, says
Erdman West, botanist emeritus FIGHTBACKIS
MILLERELECTRONICS with the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Stations. The pea
grows wild as a weed in the
state from Orlando Southward.
1744 Ocean Shore Bird.

Because of their bright, shiny
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October 1, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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The sales representative showed
Qtwneu ltitj/t. I
many different types of graduation I
schoelVewd invitations, but the class I
decided on the triple fold, the:i WE GIVE QUANTITY RIGHTSRESERVED
Remedial Reading ProgramA same type of invitation last! "TTS

remedial reading programIs I year's Juniors had. : TOP ***
being offered for grades 3.6 Reporter, PRICES GOOD

at Bunnell High School this year. Faye Durrance. I Thursday, Friday
The purpose of this program is I VALUE and Saturday,
Class 8-A Market
to strengthen weaknesses In Super Oct. 1,2,3, 1964
basic reading skills, develop I On September 23.24, the 8-A STAMPS ***
wholesome attitudes toward I section chose their officers. To 103 S. Railroad St.
reading and instill a Joy for the agreement of the class, Telephone 7-3201
George Allen was elected to .
learning through reading. preside FLA. GRADE itA"FRY
Mrs. Hargett Is instructing the over us. To help George
children from grades 3 and 4 when he needs someone is Barry Quarters
who were recommended by their Thornton, vice president.
teachers as the students who To record our business and E R S Halves or b1 29

would find this type of program I keep our riches is John Taylor, Whole
most beneficial. Mrs. WadsworthIs secretary-treasurer. Spying one/
instructing pupils in grades I the class and reporting what I

5 and 6, I send see ,and reporter.hear is Carol Town. FAMILY CUT UP 5 LB BAG $159

j
j We have three students
Juniors Select Rings ,l new CENTER RIBPork
I who are: Larry Blondhein, Mark
i
The junior class had Its second
class meeting Eeptember 25,1 I I Taylor and Barry Thornton.
Carold Townsend,
which shows they're well on I
!i! Reporter. Chops lb1 69Thriftway
their way for a good year. I

The Juniors voted on their THE SILVER CHALICE
I
class which
rings are expectedto
(By Thomas Costain)
be back before Christmas.
I The Silver Chalice a novel by World's Best

I Thomas Costain reveals both (SLICED) GROUNDBACON
hardships and happiness in the
CLASSIFIDADS! t I life of a young sculptor whom

I the Lord has chosen to makea 1 IbPkg.. 55' BEEF 2 b...89

I silver frame to contain the for
Holy Cup used by Christ in the
Lean Meaty Small Meaty (Bar-B-Q Size)
La.t.... .BCer tftU ...a.. an I Last Supper.
8 *.!. per wart each Ie.ertl.a. In approximately 46 A.D.,
........ a
_7B__cents__ _It e..rn.
u young boy named Basil, having PORK STEAK Ib 49'SPARE RIBS Ib 49'Boston
FOR SALE-Automatic Culllgan j been cheated out of his rightful .
water softner, 1508 Central Ave., inheritance by his uncle, is ,
Flagler Beach. Phone 4392078. sold as a slave to a silversmithin Butt Streak O'Lean (Centers) Ib

10-Mtc the Antioch trade. where he masters PORK ROAST Ib 4? WHITE

FOR including SALE-COmplete all materials dark neededfor room is freed and After so a begins few years his ad.he BACON 39

developing and enlarging ventures.
I
pictures. Reasonable. Call ID 7- The author, basing this book
10 Ion the subject he knows best,
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history, gives a picturesque viewof SUGAR Limit ((2)) with
FOR SALE-4 room CBS homeon the age Just after the Cruel- R purchase; of 2 2 Ib 27
100 x 100 lot with garage. fiction of Christ and skillfully $5.00 or more
Was $5000 for quick sale at intertwines a beautiful love food orderLimit BagMORTON'S
$3,600. Also good lumber 22 x'24ft. ,story.

all kinds, reasonable. Frank I Library Assistant,
(Plain or Iodized)
Mandziara, Box 7, Deen Road Brenda Murray. '
Bunnell. 10.1.ltp .
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EXECUTIN
FOR SALE-Girls' dresses, some 26
worn once, excellent condition, (By Colin McDougall) SALT $5.00 purchase of oz 1 'f
The story opens on the Islandof or more
sizes 6 to teens. 1301 Central Ave. food order
Flagler Beach. 10.1-ltc Sicily in July 1943. Sicily was Box
the main objective for the allied

FOR RENT OR SALE-2 apart. forces, since it was ripe for the PILLSBURY (Plain or Self.Ruing)
ment house, 1 bedroom and 2 I
kill.The
bedrooms. Antoinette Cooremans, main character in the 5 Ib
Limit (1)) with
Central Ave. between 17 and 18th story was Lieutenant Adam, the
FLOUR 43"purchaae
of
Sts., Flagler Beach. 9-24-ltc platoon commander. Adam wasa
tall, lean man, but he wasa $5.00 or more Bag
FOR -3 bedroom home, soldier in food order
j every aspect. He
furnished unfurnished,
or rea
was a tough and fierce man In
sonable. Mrs. Henry Zeller, 707 battle, but he was also a nice SHURFINE (CANNED) TALL
East Moody Boulevard. 9-24-tf guy well liked by all of his

FOR--LEASE corner building, 4 men. Limit (4)) with :;
stores suitable for any business, For a book that describes all CREAM purchase of 1 O
and 2 apartments. Central Ave. of the battles and adventuresof $5.00 or more
and Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach. the brave men that captured food order ea.
Inquire 831 Broadway. Ask for Sicily, EXECUTION is the book
Mrs. Chris Klrlakls. Phone CL 3- for you.
2477. 9-17-4tc EXECUTION is the winner of Farm Fresh ProduceFancy
the Canadian Governor-Cen. Everfresh
, FOR SALE Two bedroom house. eral's award for fiction. Won't SWEETPOTATOES
Bargain at $5900, reasonable you come to the library and POUND CAKE Ea. Zge
terms. Located center of Bun. check out and read this truly Ib 9*
nell. Inquire Mrs. Marclnkowskl, wonderful book by Celln Mc. Riceland
Highway 11,1 mile east of Bun. Dougall? Juicy SweetPLUMS

nell. Phone 4373719. 9.10.5tp Library Assistant, RICE 3 Ib Bag 3geSwift'

WANTED IRONING to do at my Albert Johnston.PETERSON ,,23*
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oz.
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. Yellow CookingONIONS

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sonable prices. Call George Ja- Phalli 437-3441 BunnellHASTINGS *
roe ID 7.3410 8-1-tl Sweet 6 oz. can ORANGE
Holsum Big 28 oz. Jar (Smooth)
CONSTIPATED? wrw..w JUICE 3..B.79
To prove FKUN-EVAC oontalnlntI'runos MATTRESS PEANUT BUTTER 59*
net A Bcnn U world'sSmo.o
-tb.et. but and moat natural & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Hawkeye (CHOPPED)
laxative, hurry to Kraft (Miralce Whipped)
MOODTS PHARMACY 710.12 Lemon St.Palatka SIRLOINS or 20 oz pkg.

for r-eD.roal FREE SAMPLE or Florida BEEF PATTIES MARGARINE
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WITH A SHOWER THURSDAY NOON i CARS. iINK STOLES ((3 12 for oz.$i 00) 3ge

Miss Dianne Greene was hon Mrs. Lee Blakely entertained I
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ored with a miscellaneous show. members of her family and a '
er Friday evening In Seville. I few friends at a luncheon Thursday ENTER Lean WesternBOSTON

The affair was given In Pen. at her home. The annual sooN BUTTS
nlngton Hall of the Methodist affair is in observance of the
Church, which was beautifully family birthdays celebrated in
decorated In fall colors. Miss September. Her sister, Marie ENTER !Ib 4ge

Greene, whose marriage to Mr. Muzyka, whose birthday is on OFTEN! t P'GIANT
Richard L. Yelvington will be December 26, was reclpent of a WiUon' Cert. FRESH
cake.
birthday
an event of October 16. She was
presented with a corsage In Those enjoying the affair f SIZE c BAKING HENS
shades of orange. were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forsythe I GET DETI..ILS 48
Hostesses for the affair were I and Mrs. Betty Hawkins of pa. IN OUR STORE limit 1 with ((4-7 Ib Avg. 3ge
Mrs. Bill Ruth, Mrs. Bud Henry, latka; Mr. and Mrs. Richard, $5.00 or more food order Ib
Mrs. Norma Braddock, Mrs.i:Cantrell, Zena Muzyka Marie
Muzyka, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fresh Fla. Grade "A" D & D
Nancy Williams, Mrs.
Phyllis (CUT TO ORDER)
Clegg, Mrs. Otis Hunter, Mrs.
Smith, Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs.
Mamie Dixon, Miss Bonnie Dix Pauline Lovelace, C. H. Muzyka,
Jim Bray, Mrs. Gladys Sturman,
on.Invited guests from Bunnell Mrs. Norma Turner, and Shirley mie Ib 29
Hardin of Bunnell. Also present
included Mrs. David Lewis and i
was her cousin, Mrs. Mildred
Mrs. Homer Brooks.
Bernascon of Eustis.

MISS GREENE FETEDAT
Daniel Rodgers, who is attending .
MISCELLANEOUS special services school with U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
SHOWER MONDAY
the Army in Camp Lee, Va. flewin
Bride-elect Dianne Greene was last Friday to spend the CHUCK ROAST lb.
honored at a miscellaneous weekend with his family and 49
shower Monday evening at the get acquainted with his young
Wilber Sheffield home in Fa. daughter, Nancy Rebecca, who
vorita. Hostesses were Mrs. Shef was born September 22. Round Bone ROAST Ib.
field and her mother, Mrs. Ray 59
Carle. Mrs. Nell Allen and Mrs.
Invited guests included class. Edith Allen are in Albany, Ga.
mates and friends of the hone I for a family celebration of October
oree. Also Miss Greene's aunt, birthdays and also a visit CHUCK STEAK Ib.CBBO 53
Mrs. Mable Brooks. with Mrs. Allen's son in law and
Contests were featured In the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B K| mB
entertainment and prizes were Durshimer. I,
awarded to Barbara Smythe, Duncan Mines (on Display) 19 oz. pkg. Southern SWEET No.
Grace Steflik, and the honoree. Airman first class and Mrs. 2/ can
I I I W. C. GlIssendorf and three children CAKE MIX 3 for $100 POTATOES 2 49c
Mrs. W. B. Way and Mrs. C. F. are In Fremont, Calif where for
Smith attended the Miller- they will spend two weeks with Red or Yellow HAWAIIAN 46 oz. can Red & White FRUIT 303
Hansard wedding at the HIgh. his parents. They will go to can
lands Presbyterian Church of Dallas, Texas, following his PUNCH 3 for $I COCKTAIL 4 $foo
Daytona Beach last Sunday. leave where he will be stationed for
with the Air Force. He will also I DAIRY
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last week with Mrs. Dorothy special training. Mrs. GUs CRISCO OIL Pickford' (lIb In Qtr .)
Way Patillo were Mrs. Jessie sendorf is the former Sally Bowden OLEO
Way, Mrs. Carolyn Smith and of Bunnell, the daughter of 2r r29c
Mrs. RoseAnn Galbreath. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowden. Large 38 oz.
Family Size 391ft FROZEN FOODS _

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turned home after vacationing water In the rectangular ocean. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
with her grandmother and at.I arlum at Marineland is heatedto SHRIMP I Each 49*
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Pet Ritz 8 in.
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Thursday, October 1, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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Books Are My Dish ; not graded. Some very high

r /a3each quality ungraded beef is on the a r. ALFORD

By Dorothy Homans market. The grades most commonly Registered

available to the con
Recent gifts to the Flagler
sumer are: Real Estate Broker
Woman's Club Library: the NEW
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Glen I
BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS USDA Prime, which comes BimnelL FloridaJVUWWWVW

from Jamestown, Rhode Island, TO THE BOOK from the Harold Massles I from young, well-fed beef type I ,.
visiting for several weeks
are LETTERS in memory of Pal Parker senior. cattle. Lean is bright red, firm,

with their son In law and EDITORSeptember Lots of books from the Orville fine textured, and liberally IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT. .KVRNTII -
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davises I : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
back from
I just 2 yearsin marbled with characteristics FOIt TIIH STATIC! OP. PLOHIDA.
Arnold and family. Africa. Among these is Thur indicating COUNTY. OK KI.AUI.Kll IN CIIANnY" -
qulcencss, tenderness, ( CASH NO. 4058HENHY
27, 1964 ber's incomparable LIFE WITH I and fine flavor. Only about 4 A. IJUOCKMAN

MRS. R. A. COLLINS Editor, Flagler Tribune, HAROLD ROSS. Set of CRIME I percent of the beef produced is IIROCXMAN Plaintiff,

SPEAKS, TO WOMAN'S CLUBA Flagler Beach, Florida CLUB MYSTERIES-the Bill I lof this quality, so it is not generally BETTY I' Defendant..
Chimpkys. And from TO IIKTTV I'. :
Madge available. IIIIOCKMAN of 344
covered dish luncheon and Dear Madam: Vance St., Laurlnburr$ North
Givens
business THE ANGLER'S ALMANAC I I Carol In*.
regular meeting of the
Woman's The City of Flagler Beach and ; by veteran journalist, USDA Choice contains less fat You are rOee\rI.notified that a
Flagler Club held
was Complaint has been
the County as a whole have Just : Robert C. McCormick. Many 11. than prime and scores high in filed airalnst you and you are required
last Wednesday, September 23, lustrations. eating quality. USDA Good hasa to serve a copy of your An-
taken two Now I can tell
losses. The a
severe
12:30 ewer or Pleading to the Complainton
at P.M. Winners of the
higher ratio of lean to fat. It
one on property, such as the whale from a minnow and a the Plaintiff attorney.
funny hats were Mrs. R. K. W. U WADHWOUT1IP.
Flagler Beach Pier, and the shore blue marlin from a blue fish. is not as juicy as the higher O. POX. S9SUUNNKLL
Hirst and Miss Emily Gage. grades but is relatively tender FLORIDA
Mrs. Frank Brede erosion and other physical dam and file the original Answer or
presided business losses when cooked correctly. Pleading In the office of the Clerkof
with 22 members and two guests age, causing I the Circuit Court on or before
cannot only be repaired, but the USDA Standard has a thin the 15th day of October 1114.If .
present. The voted to let Remember Meat
group you fall to do .o. judgment
conditions be better than covering of fat and appeals to
the Junior Girl Scouts and the may by default will be taken apalnstKOU
before the storms of customers seeking high for the relief demanded In the \
a
provided, proportion .
Senior Citizens hold their meetIngs Makes The MealMeat Complaint.1)one
course, there is a sound business of lean meat. USDA and Ordered at rtunnelt
at the Woman's Club build. Florida thus 15th day of September .
approach, good engineering, Commercial comes from older I....
Ing.After planning and design. : makes the meal. animals and lacks the tender. (Circuit Court foul),
discussion they also vote I Dr. Robert L. Reddish, associate I N. A. tlAIYTII '. Clerk
The second loss of an out. ness of higher, grades. USDA Circuit Court Flakier
ed to take a $10 ad in the Bun- meats specialist, Florida Ag. County. FloridaW
nell High School Annual. standing personality in the pass. rlcultural Extension Service Utility is usually from older ani L. Wadiworthliox
Ing of D. D. Moody is a more mals. Cuts of this grade lack 551Itunnell
The guest speaker, Mrs. R. A. suggests that choose this Florida
serious loss and one which can. you tenderness, juiciness, and fat Hept, 17-14 A Oct. 1-1-410
Collins, was introduced by Mrs. main dish with care and
not be replaced. We can't bring covering. .
TIIH COURT OK TUR
IN CIRCUIT
H. G. Heydt, rogram chairman.She thought because it will
prob. IOVKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'
him back but there could be no Reddish says It's possible to .
spoke on the Florida Fed ably be your biggest expendl OK FLORIDA. IN AN) KOHFLAULKIt
more fitting memorial to his make a tasty and attractive COUNTY 'LO RID 4.
eration projects and programs ture of the meal. IN CIIANCF.Rlf NO. 4KISJN1TKD
work than to have it carried on. dish from any of the cuts ol UOND1NO 1NSU1UNCB
tor the Seek the best value for
year. I have had the privilege of your beet, if the correct method of COMPANY, an Indiana corporation -
I The next meeting day will be dollar. You can find meat that authorlied to do bu.lnuein
working with a number of thecountry's cooking is used. *-lorlda.
October 14.MEMBERS. will satisfy taste Plaintiff
your family's ,
top-flight engineersand Take steaks, for example. ,
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be tender and have
while Dewey Moody was a good Broil or pan-fry Porterhouse, T. AUTIfUn L. WILIn
flavor and still be economical. and
not a graduate engineer, I rate Bone, Club, and Rib Steaks. IDA MABNOTICM WILILY
Dr. Reddish that select.
ATTEND him with the best I have known. says Braise round steak. Broil or pan \.tendant.

FALL BOARD MEETINGMrs. lie had plans for a nonprofit Ing the right quality and cut fry high quality sirloin. Braise TO: OtoH1cUillol:4 OF PUIII.IOATIOV'W1IJCY

H. G. Heydt and Mrs. K. research engineering organization for your, purpose is the most low quality. (Hun Francisco I California Corpe

M. Givens attended the fall \ Important step in buying beef. cro isi
,I one which would go into Roast high quality rib roasts. tef.ndanYou

board meeting of the Florida the problems faced by the Cityof "When shopping for beef, select Braise or pot roast lower grade AitH JiEnisnY NOTU'IICDthat
the grade needed for the cook. a cult to foreclosure mortal e
Federation of Women's Clubs
Flagler Beach and the countyas rib, rump, and blade roasU. been filed
last Friday in Cocoa Beach. a whole. He had no thoughtof ing method to be used. Or buy I Braise English cut and bone. above. named 'I fmit.bbl..:
the of beef available The real t
personal profit, but he did grade at less chuck. Roast high quality fUt* foreclosed r.roSrlbgu aaollows'

visualize what could be done the price you want to pay and I sirloin tip. Braise lower quality. Lot 1*: of Jlatley RubdlvUlon ..
select the best way to cut It. per Plat of aid Mubdlvlslon on
METHODIST CHURCH with the undeveloped propertyat Short ribs and plate should
Ala In the Oittoe the Circuit
of
Church school time is at 9:45A. Flagler Beach, particularlythat Beef graded by the U. S. Department be braised or stewed. Stew Court of Flatter (,ount,1' Flor

M. and morning worship is at between Route 100 and the of Agriculture is sold brisket shank, and neck cuts. Including 1 ida in Plat all Hook Improvement> e I.and

11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold County line, including the need in many retail food markets.An These cuts often go into ground appurtenances thereto.
YOU AltH ,
ItugUIUUD to .e
indelible Ink.
minister. for roads and shore purple stamp of otaer
"Hoover, park eros beef. copy your answer or
identifies It However, all beef leadlns, the Plaintiffs ate
Next Sunday District Superintendent ion.We orneys, Helen Tanoa Hope and

Dr. Joe A. Tolle will be could pay Mr. Moody no .. --- Alice, IS U. Vance.West Flatter IOJ Illscavne Ml. Miami Tlulldnv .,

here. There will be a fellowship higher tribute than to put this Ylurl .. and Ale the original with
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE the clerk of the above entitled
dinner following church and Dr. project forward as a memorialto 'ourt. on or before the Ith day of

Tolle will hold quarterly conference him. It would be distinctlyin Th fir Insurance policies we write still give the same October,entered 1SI4, otherwise against a default

for the year after dinner. the interests of both the Cityof dependable protection. But today you can often *noy) ad. DATIJD AT llunnellFlorida.
Fl.K I.r Countthis Ith of
The Senior Choir meets each Flagler Beach and the countyas ditlonal coverage beD'lIta-IIom. Own.'' Policy-at very Heptomber, l'44. day

Wednesday at 6:30 P. M. and the a whole. little extra coeLRemember K. A.Clerk 0MYTIIR of the Circuit Court

Chapel Choir after school (4 May I suggest that your value Published In.: The Yla 1., Tribune

P.M.) each Thursday. able paper lead us in putting IL T. Cook Agency is ready to belp you Dates- : ..."t. 10, It 1/..1-OcL-1-4to--

the pieces together for a better take advantage of these extra coverage TeUphon 4373381 IN TIIM CIRCUIT COUIIT SNVHNTII .

or stop in soon for full details.H. JI'DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
and more progressive commune
AN) FOIl FLAULKR COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CIIANCKRY NO_
ity.
BAPTIST CHURCH T. COOK AGENCY WILLIK JAM KM U CO ILL,

Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. Sincerely, Phone 4373381 Citizen Bank Building BunnelU Flo. Plaintiff,

and is at 11 o' .y.
morning worship

Michael W. Murray. ANNIK OLA "..011,1..
clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, Defendant.NOTICM .
OF" IM'ni.lCATION'
pastor. - INFTIIP3 NAMPI or THW errATIC
Beginning with the new church I r)
TO: ANNUL OlA McOILL
year, October 4, the Training SENIOR CITIZENSThe Itesldenc/ Unknown
I' YOU AIIF JIKHKIIY required to
Union will resume at a new Senior Citizens met on ,, c file with the Clerk of thl. Court

time, 6:15 P.M. each Sundayand the third Tuesday, September 15, ) your' answer filed .to'. nasain.t f you Comlalnt In-

evening worship time will at the Methodist Church, for pot- the above entitled' raua on or be
fore the I0th day .
ALWAYS of October 151 .
also change to 7:30 each Sun luck dinner, song, and business. and serve a ropy thereof upon
Joseph W. Hatched, Plaintiffs$ at-
day evening. There was a lot of enthusiasmas torney, herein, who.. address Is

This Sunday during the evening we approach our second year as GROin fit l *IBS thDaytona Ill.acbNti'torida.

worship service the Carol of history.The The FIsMler Trlbun. Is hereby
Choir will sing two special d..ltSnat.d as th. newspaper In
songs next meeting will be at which thus not Ice shall

under direction of Judson Stryk the Methodist Church, on Tues .*.d.wty c-nr. a weeks week. for' beJ"bU'he

er, Jr. Midweek prayer service, day, October 6, at 6 P. M. Business NOT OK A .(' *

Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Everyone will include the report of AINHT"rKf 0 WM.L YOU, bolt SsUCHlV A--

invited to all services. the nominating committee, and u/tes.
Parent will ttQ you that noticeable, yet it It there |wit The nature of thle cult I. a bill
action relative to our future for dlvoree
kids ore always growing. This the VVITNBM*'
same. ; my hand and seal at
: meeting place, until the Recreation Is obvious Ilunn.llueg1.r County Florida
growth never more
COMMUNITY CHURCH I Hall is constructed by the Local sforf are constantly ITlh day of $September, A. K
than the time when lost wine lhl.
Sunday school at 9:45 A. M.. I I City. '. adding new Items, new prod dual 52. AKMTTlindfjf
Ie, 1s of
out
doCIng fo"tn Clerk ol Circuit
with classes for all ages. Morning Please bring a dish to pass storage to determine which/ vds, Improvements on familiar llep' It A. Oct. I".U-'I'court

worship at 11 o'clock with your own table ware, and drink items may be used for on everyday uteniils and

Rev. R. W. Dlckert pastor. |! plus some of the neighbors. other year. Doy to day the appliances.

-- growth % much lets obvious. Those of us who shop local
fi0lrr tfrlbuur
stores frequently ore aware
Did you ever slop to think I
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT that our business community of this "growth." W. may //UNNEW. Yl.ONIDA

even take It for granted, but
Is steadily growing, too?
obvious we ore still aware of It,
Sometimes It Is
AMBULANCE quite MIUL U.a PULLER CdUor

PHONE VAlley 4 1625 -a new building goes up, on If YOU hove,,', shopped

SERVICE established store Ii remodeled local stores lately, may we ...
VelccleJ OfJelal .. ......
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA or expanded. Other, suggest you do so loon? tot F..... Jr.....* ., rl.....
times the Is not You'll b. glad did.
growth so
you
Item be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. w. C*..'". ....1..*.lllU. t*'rel*

and ...d1.. Male *f Florida
ore always at your service with promptness safety


experience. err ftllcl Ent.,." .. s.. .nd clue matter
Home _
Equipped With Oxygen ResusiUtor and Inhalator Trade at February I, Kit. at the postofflce
3111 tl5ttar il 1P r1 q r/1?
at Ounnell FloHd. under act efUartb

Garcia Funeral HomeP. I, 1IT1


E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director One year ...... -... ._...11.1.

LADY ASSISTANT 0U months ... '.'- -,-..-..lttf

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i Dewey D. Moody Equivalency Test
I Brings by appointment. John A. Can. High School Equivalency TestIng .

I WHEREAS the Honorable Dew non, Jr., Guidance Counselor at Program and application
Weather For School
Autumn ey D. Moody has served Flagler High Bunnell High School will be blanks may be obtained by calling .

i\ Awe struck Indians who County as Tax Assessor for a Available I happy to administer these two John A. Cannon, Jr., at Bun
I 1\ watched nature's greenery burst I period of thirty years, and Diploma tests, without charge, to Interested nell High School. You may call

Into flaming reds and rusts and WHEREAS Mr. Moody, Tax In Flagler County, as well as adults of Flagler County. at the school for a conference
I
i I yellows called the season "fire Assessor, has always been in all other counties of our state, I Competent scores on the American between the hours of 8 A.M.
In the trees. friendly, considerate and cooperative there are many adults who were History test and Civics test, I. and 3:15 P. M. if this is more
I world with all agricultural interests unable to earn their high school if needed, must be completedand convenient. The teelphone num.
the can
Few parts of in the county, and diplomas. The reasons why diplomas certified to Mrs. Miller not ber is 4373413.
brilliant leaf colors
I boast of such WHEREAS Mr. Moody has later than the first Friday of the
not earned
in the woods and were covera fall to at least
as those Why look into
been most cooperative with the wide months of November, February,
hills of the east range. Many were the
on the sloping possibilities for earning
Flagler Farm Bureau in study. I May, and August.
I forced to drop out of school to
which at 7:17:
em United States, I your high school diploma in this
tax and
Ing problems,
( p. m. EST on September 22 WHEREAS Mr. Moody has ren seek work in order to supportthe In conclusion, it should be manner? Other citizens of Flag-
marked the time of the autumn dered outstanding and unselfish family when times were I I pointed out that the Equivalency ler county have done it in the
difficult
f equinox.At public service far beyond the more than they are :Diplomas are equal to the regu past and are in the process at

that brief moment each call of duty in Flagler County, today. liar high school diploma. Theyqualify the presentST.
Others perhaps were neededin : for entrance to
year, according to astronomers, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV. a person
the home. Still others may most meet civil service
the earth reaches the point in ED, the Flagler Farm Bureau colleges,
its spinning orbit where its axis publicly acknowledges the great have quit school because they requirements, when specified, |I THOMAS CHURCH

leans neither toward nor away loss to the county and expressesIts did not, at that time, see the and are, almost without excep1tlon (Episcopal)

from the sun, the National Geographic deep sympathy to the family need of an education. Illness I i accepted fully by the most Rev.South James Anderson Henry Taylor.Street Jr.
may have prevented graduationin discriminating who Sunday Service
employers
Society
says. of the Honorable Dewey D.
10:30: a. m. Church School
I Day Equals Night .. Moody, and the lives of some. are searching for high school I 11:16. a. m. Morning Prayere and

In both the hemispheres, day I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Whatever the reason citizensof graduates. Holy Sermon Communion lit Sunday
our county who have not
and night have the same length. that a copy of this resolutionbe
from't earned a high school diplomaare
The term "equinox" comes presented to the family of I
urged to read the following
the Latin words for "equal Mr. D. and thata
Dewey Moody,
!
Information carefully and. The CAPITOL SKATING RINK
night. copy be published in The
The earth onward in its High School Equivalency Test.
moves
Flagler Tribune, and a copy be I
orbit, and its northern half tilts ing Program is a service pro
spread the minutes of the
upon NOW OPENat
increasingly away from the sun. Flagler Farm Bureau. vided to the citizens of Florida
Nights become longer and cold. through our State Departmentof
Korona on U. S. Highway No.1',
Education and the Flagler-

\ er.As temperatures drop, leaves ST. THOMAS Volusia adult education pro Skating Each Night 7:00 to 10:00

that have hung in modest green gram. The maximum fee In. Saturday and Sunday Matinee
array all summer burst into EPISCOPAL CHURCHThe volved Is $7.50 to cover the cost 2:30 to 4:30 '

brilliant color. Church School of St. of testing. Cooperation and
t Some hardwood species wear Thomas Episcopal Church, Bun services are gladly offered at Use Yours or Our Skates
such characteristic fall dress Bunnell High School and at the
: a nell, will begin Sunday, October
I that foresters can estimate the 4, at 10:30: a. m. at the Churchon Mainland High School Adult ----- --
timber content of an area by South Anderson Street. School to enable Flagler county
merely examining aerial color citizens to plan, apply, and pre.
photographs. The Christian Year is the pare for the series of General
theme of the Church School. The Educational Tests which will, if
Despite scientific study, no one
fully understands the secret al. monthly schedule with the successfully completed, result In CALLBunnell
chemy that transmutes green teacher In charge is as follows: awarding of the Florida High

leaves into hues ranging from October-Trinity, Mrs. Edna School Equivalency Diploma.The .
gold to purple. Farnsworth. educationally mature
According to early American November-The Saints, Mrs. adults who desire may take the

Indians, fall's foliage was the Viola Tonkin. following tests to determine Motor
work of a tribal god who turned December-Advent and Christ. eligibility for the diploma: Correctness

the treetops ,to flames as a mas, Mrs. Joy Stefllk. and Effectiveness of
fearsome reminder of his omnip January-Epiphany, Mrs. Paulette Expression,., Interpretation of
otence. Harris. Reading Materials in the Social

Botanists however Studies, Interpretation of Read.
explain, February-Epiphany and Pre-
that in early September a lay. Lent, Mrs. Anita Lenssen. ing Materials in the Natural Company
er of small cells forms at the March-Lent, Mrs. Inez Man Sciences, Interpretation of Liter. .
base of each tree leaf. These uel. ary Materials, and Mathematic.

:, cells block off the flow of wa April-Passion Sunday and al Ability.
While the tests are not extremely -
ter and nutriments to the leaf. Easter, Mrs. Jennie Newell.
The green pigment, chlorophyll, May-Ascension and Whitsun difficult, they are more
than Just a formality also. It is 437-3301
bleaches the
l away, exposing day, Tom Lenssen.
other pigments. highly probable that the adult
Children of all ages are invitedto
Trees turn scarlet when ex. who is reasonably well read
attend. and informed and who baslcly
; cessive sugar Is trapped in the
i leaves, causing production of the has average mental ability
i red anthocyanin pigments. The rigors of winter. Groundhogsand would be able to make the
f brilliance of the swamp mapleis bears combine presciencewith scores required for the diploma.In Commercial -:- Household

a fine example of this process. pleasure as they devour the event difficulty is en. .
Combinations of pigments stomach-stretching meals to tide countered, however, special '>
make the infinite variation of them through the long winter courses may be taken at Main

color in autumn leaves. sleep. land High School In Daytona :';

Harvesting at Night .... In the far south, autumn is Beach to prepare for a subse. FOR
Autumn is a time of activityas not such a matter of serious consequences quent and possibly more successful
well as color. In the coun to animals. There is attempt at the exams.

try, farmers are busy with their usually enough food for all, In. Textbooks may be secured at
fall harvest. Some work even eluding the migrant birds that Bunnell High School to studyfor
at night under the glare of come south to winter. the exams in the event it GAS FUEL OIL
attend the
is not possible to
floodlights. Squash and pump. Bird watchers "down south" ,
kina, apples and cider are rival each other to see the first evening courses at Mainland

heaped on a multitude of road. robin of the season, a sure sign High School.
side stands. that winter is not far away- The examinations are givenas
follows: the third Thursday LUBRICATION NEEDS
I Animals also prepare for the up north.
evenings from 6 to 10 of Novem.

ber, February, May and August
I and also the following Saturdaysof
Notice the above dates from 8 A.M.

Important I to Saturday 3 P.1l.dates The Thursday go together and to QUALITY PRODUCTS

cover the full administration of
tests. Tests are given at Main
land High School in Daytona
T o Our CustomersIN Beach by Mrs. Helen Miller,
Guidance Counselor for the LOW COST

Adult High School.QuaUftcaUons .
which must be

FLAGLER BEACHOur met to take the tests are: The

person must be at least 20 yearsof FAST SERVICE
age. The two subjects: American
Neighborhood Pay Station has been moved from History or Civics must have
been passed successfully in
." FLAGLER SUNDRIES TO school or competency in these

FLAGLER BEACH PIER RESTAURANT areas demonstrated by tests.
Comptence in the American History SERVING
I and Civic may be demon

BEGINNING OCTOBER 11, 1964

you may pay your electric bills tc Mrs. Mae Westbrook at
w rou>rws All Flagler County

FLAGLER BEACH PIER RESTAURANT 1OURSTN'


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