Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 8, 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: VID00612
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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B.P.W. SponsorsReapportionment I DEEN FAMILYASSOCIATION 50th Anniversary I COMMITTEE LOCAL DEMOCRATIC WILL 1 City Fathers ,

ELECTS OFFICERS Celebration At MEET MONDAY Review Budgets t

Officers elected for the Deen Flagler County Democratic) \
Panel Discussion Family Association at the first Korona CrowdedAn Committee Chairman George At Monday Meet
Moody has called a meeting of
"Reapportionment" will be annual reunion held last Sunday estimated crowd of 3,500people The Bunnell City Commission.
the Committee for Monday eve
the topic for a panel discussionat at Ft. Clinch State Park Included attended the Golden Anniversary ning at 7:30 in the courthouse.The ers reviewed the final monthly .
W. Deen Sr. of
William ,
the Bunnell Civic Center on Celebration of St. meeting Is called for the report on the 1963.64 budget operations I
October 15, at 8 P.M. The pro. Bunnell as president. Elected Mary's, Queen of Poland, Catholic of making plans for the at the Monday night \
gram Is sponsored by the Flag. vice president was Robert Lee Church, and also the settle purpose Democratic Campaign for the I meeting. The city began operating
Deen of Gainesville. Secretaryand of Korona, during the past
ler Business and ProfessionalWoman's ing November 3 election. Also to on the 1964-65 budgeton
Mrs. Z. G. Holland
treasurer are weekend.
Club. take of other business of' October 1.
Jr., of Bunnell, and Mrs. care
Guest panelists will be State Charles Cowart as her assistant The program opened Saturday the committee.Mr. The report reflected a carryover .
Senator Verle Pope, Representative Eighty attended the Sunday morning at 10 o'clock with a Moody has also been In ten funds which included .
William Wadsworth, and reunion, 77 being members of 'Requiem Mass at St. Mary's named as Campaign Chairman advertising, fire depart.
Robert Hunter, reporter for the the family and three visitors. Cemetery with Father Conesa as Iin Flagler County for the John ment insurance, recreation and
Daytona Beach News-Journal They plan to hold the second Celebrant. Father Vincent, former son-Humphrey Democratic ticket band, police salaries, office
t reunion at Fort Clinch the first priest, gave the sermon. At according to an announcement equipment new equipment
The public Is Invited to attend. Sunday in October of next year. the conclusion of this ceremony I made last week by State+ maps, group Insurance and the
I Those from Bunnell attendingwere 500 pigeons were released. I Campaign Chairman Thomas F. ,reserve fund which totaled

Punt Pass KickCompetition : Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Fleming, Jr., of Miami. $15,247.56.Several.
Saturday afternoon from 4:30 I The local Committee Is mak ,
Jr; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowart I I Items were over ex
8:30 Polish; Sausage Supper
to : a
j ing plans to headquarters
Set and children; Mr. and Mrs. Cur- open pended such as civic center repairs I
was served to a large crowd.
In the downtown area where
Minnie Mr. and insurance
tis Deen and ; police depart.
This followed by a dance
More than 75 boys are awaiting Mrs. Bill Deen, Sr., Delores Deen I and Polish Hop. Both functionswere supplies may be distributed for ment expense, printing and stationery
the opening gun at 10:45 and Mrs. Rosely Cameron; Mr. held in the skating rink all Democratic Nominees. postage and telephone, I
A.M. Saturday when the 1964 and Mrs. O. F. Alford; Mr. and and was attended by social security, street repairs,
"big top,
Bunnell Punt, Pass & Kick competition Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr., and large crowds. Navy's College truck and fogging expense, road
gets underway. Zachery.. and bridge salaries, emergency !
. The public is invited to watch Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, Training Program salaries, street Improvements, I
. the grade and Junior high school ; with all the pomp and ceremony I trucks and autos. These amount. t
J. D. Perritt'sSon
and a Solemn Pontifllcial High Mass, available for 1
. entrants punt, pass place I I Applications are to $13,803.57. y
kick at Bulldog stadium.In Dies In was celebrated by The Rt. Rev the Navy's 19th annual NROTC I The total budget Items amounted J
Bunnell, as in all other Monsignor William J. Mullally qualification test, John Cannon, to 9851174. Total
local competitions, 8,- 9- and 10. Germany I I at the St. Mary's Church. Father counselor of Bunnell High School amount expended was $97,072.75.
year old boys can win first Januszewskl gave the sermonIn says. The nationwide examina On the Income side, total col
prizes of Redskin warm up jack J. D. Perritt of Flagler Beach both Polish and English. I tlon will be given December 12, lectlons showed $114,713.14 and l.

ets, place-kicker outfits and received word Sunday of the. Following the High Mass, a 1964, and all eligible male high over estimated collection of $16 I
autographed footballs for second death of his son, SP/6 Robert E. luncheon was served to mem school seniors and graduatesmay 411.30. The interest and sinking \
Perritt, who was stationed in bers of the clergy and dignita
and third place. Boys 11,12 and apply.On fund showed an over collected
13 can win gold, silver, and Germany. lIe was stationed ries. Among them was State the basis of this test, per amount of 2422.
bronze trophies. There will be with the U. S. Army Medical Senator Verle Pope who spoke : sonal Interviews, physical examinations '. The water fund showed an un
18 prizes in all-three for each Detachment 31. briefly on the courage and accomplishments ( and other factors, Mr. expended amount of $8,973.64 of
1 Mr. Perritt is the son of J. D. of the 35 families
age group. I Cannon explained, over 2000 tho budgeted $32,600. This fund I
' "I'm sure we're going to have' Perritt of Flagler Beach and who settled the community. .. oi. young men will be given college also showed an over collection
'. a 'great event,"' said Leslie Mrs. Evelyn Zumwalt of, Fort Korona In 1914. I educations as mldshlpment in of $2,252.75.
Pache, competition director. "I 1 : Worth, Texas. He was born in Mrs. Lillian Trojan Mrs. Anna NROTC units in 52 well known The bank balances showed
looking for. Vero Beach and had received Mlkulka, Mrs. Pauline Kozak, and universities.
know the boys are colleges $17,847.57 in the general fund; r
ward to competition with each I most of his education in Fort John Cyzyckl, Mrs. Antoinette Registrations for the test will Firemen's Relief and Pension

other, and with other boys their Worth schools. Slovak, and Mrs. Frances Novak close November 20. Information. Fund, $6,121.88; Interest and
and senior '
age throughout the country. I'll During his junior were each presented gifts. al bulletins and applications are inking fund, 165.20; water
bet we have some winners In years of high school he servedas They were members of the orig available from Mr. Cannon or fund $10,621.67; recreation fund
the district and area eliminations business manager of The I, inal 35 families who settled Ko : the nearest U. S. Navy recrutl- $282.33. These total show a
too. I wouldn't be surprised Technical High School paper. rona In 1914. Ing station. carryover from the old budget
if a Bunnell boy made At the age of 18 he entered the I' The Bunnell School Band, under A successful applicant receives into the 1901-65 budget
D. C. U.S. Army. He would have the direction of Walter Morris financial aid for four ofcollege
that trip to Washington, I years The commission voted to advertise ,
I.. "Any ties occurring among the been 32 years of age last Tuesday presented a Band Concert This Includes tuition, for bids on a new police I Ii

r boys will be played off at the I following the Barbeque Chicken books, uniforms, miscellaneousexpenses i car, with tho bids to be opened
r end of the program, Pache said. He had served with the armyin Dinner which was served under and a $50 per month at the November 2 meeting. I
of the Germany the past six years the Big Top. retainer foe. After successfully
Bunnell sponsors programis They also planned to hold a dlscuaslon 1
the Bunnell Motor Co. Dar and had also served about six At 4 o'clock the Benedictionof completing college degree requirements and planning session

rell Britt, quarterback, David years in Korea. the Most Blessed Sacrement and naval science Thursday night of the duties of I
Richardson, center, Rusty Improta Survivors Include his father, concluded the celebration of the training, NROTC midshipmen each department. This is an Informal .
tackle, Donald Moore, full. J. D. Perritt of Flagler Beach; 50 years ago founding of the become commissioned officers In discussion of the city
back of the Bunnell Bulldogs his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Zunv community of Korona, and to the U.S Navy or Marino Corps. I commlulo ....
will assist with Judges Benton wait, of Fort Worth, Texas; two honor the memory of the found. \

Eisenbach, bulldog tackle will sisters, Vicky Perritt of Flagler ers of the Parish who were not FIRST BAPTISTSERMON Passes State
be head judge.Managed. Beach and Mrs. Pat Zumwalt here to join in the celebration.I, TOPICSItev Examination For .
Levdsville, Texas. Also surviving It was truly a wonderful weekend Thomas Pinner of the Registered Nurses

Fields are two nieces and one for the parishioners and all First Baptist Church said his: Mrs. Mable Greene Brooks And I
nephew.Mr. those who joined them during sermon topic for the Sunday I Miss Alice Faye Das received l
and Mrs. Perritt and the weekend. morning worship service will be notice Thursday they had pawed .
For Dove HuntingDove Vicky are leaving Saturday evening i I "A Crisis Reveal What You the State Board Licence Ex

hunters will have the for Fort Worth to attend Quarterbacks To Really Are." amlnatlon for Professional

opportunity to hunt doves on the funeral.A will I The topic for hi* Sunday eve. Nurse.
two managed fields in Central military funeral Worth service Monday Hear Col. Yon U. F.: nlng service will be "Do You Mr*. Brooks and flu Bus
be held in Fort
Know A Comma From A Semi the
Florida during the 1964 dove graduated from Daytona
hunting seasons, according to J. with burial in the military section Coy G. Harris was elected colon?" Beach Junior College School ofnursing
Land Cem
W. Blckerstaff, Central Region of the Captain of the newly organized' Service will continue at the In June and took the
Manager for the Game and etery. Bunnell Quarterback Club. Elected .; chapel in St John Park, with tate board examinations on
Fresh Water Fish Commlssioon. to serve with him was C. H. Sunday school at 0:30 A.M. and August 18 and 19.
The T. G. Lee Feld, about 1,500 REV. PORTER Knight Co-captain, Victor Cow. Youth Fellowship at 6 In the I Miss Bass 1* the daughter of
acres, is in Orange County south ANNOUNCES HIS art, secretary-treasurer, and recruiter evening. Evening preaching will Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Bass of Bun.
of Orlando on Judge' road. It SUNDAY TOPICS was Leslie Pache. begin at 645.: All are Invited to nell and Flagler Beach. She Is
is planted with hegari and corn. Rev. Howard Porter, pastor of The Club met Tuesday night attend these meeting I a graduate of Bunnell High
The Leffler FIeld 200 acres is the First Methodist Church of for its second! meeting In the Tonight at 7:30 there will be School.
In Seminole County south of Bunnell, said today his sermon Bunnell School Cafeteria for a'' the first meeting of the Boy Mrs. Brooks is the wife of i
Saiford on State Road 419. It is topds for Sunday will be The I dinner meeting and election of Scout, Troop 472. The troop i* Flagler County Sheriff Homer f.
planted with corn. Sacredness of Property" for the officers. sponsored by the church and Brook She said she finally t
All hunters under 65 yean of 11 o'clock worship hour. Col.! Everett )t Yon, Director will meet In the church recreation made what she started 27 years
age will be required to possess For the evening service the of Public Relation for the Athletic hall ago. After completing A year of
a special $2 hunt permit valid topic will be "Stive For Sock Association and also Director AH boys Interested in Scout. nurses training she was married.
for one hunt only, in additionto Saints. This will be at 7:30 : of the Gator Football ing are Invited to attend. Several. years later she took a
regular license requirements. Sunday evening. Boosters, Int. will be the guest one-year training to become a
These permits will be sold at The M.YJ. meets at 6:30 each speaker at the meeting Tuesday DOTCT McDANIZLUKDCXGOCS Registered Practical Nurse. Two I
the check station at each field f Sunday night This Includes the night October 13. Col. Yon Mid i SURGERYIN years ago she entered the School
on hunt days. Junior and Senior HL he would have with him some VCTTHAKS HOSPITAL of Nursing at Junior College to I
Hunts will beb conducted Saturday The Young Peoples Choir Is 1961 Florida Football film which A. M (Duke) McDanltl un become a Registered Nurse.
and Wednesday only from I being organized and will re* will be shown at this meeting. derwent major surgery at the The minimum score for pass \
noon until sunset during the I hearse each Thursday evening This rwetlflf will also be a Lake City Veteran Hospital. ,11nl the State Board is 350. I
dove season which opened at I at 7:30 with Andy Yelrlngton dinner meeting at 7:30 at the I At press Urn he wa reporteda 1'' Brooks' lowest score was ,

noon, October 3rd. 1 u director. School Cafeteria. recovering very satisfactorily. 497 and her highest was 704 I II I


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TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October *, ,
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a sport shirt that fits all around. I -
October Supply of 1 Sport Shirt I I
The fashion in shirts this 24 HourWrecker
Apples and RiceRice Sleeve LengthDid year? Stripes is the answer. I Service

Red and white stripings, blue;i
and apples top October's you know that you can and white, heavy black and
plentiful foods. now buy a sport shirt with the And I
white lead in popularity. Truck & Tractor
Turkeys, beef, cheese, and exact sleeve length you need? the gray and white and canary! Flagler Co,
Bartlett pears will also be in Until now the size of sport and white combinations are not I MASSEY-FERGUSON
generous supply in Florida mar. shirts was Identified simply as far behind.
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
"large, "medium, and "small.
kets. What's more, many of these I
For the man who wore a "medi shirts in short sleeve Phone ID
The apple crop Is about 17 come VIRGIL DECKER 7-3242
percent more than last year'sharvest um" but had longer arms than ions with a variety of collar j Bunnell
Owner Florida
the this meant that the
20 per cent more than average styles so that you may choose I'!'
sleeves would be too short on
average, and the largest crop your most becoming collar.Community .
a 'medium" shirt. If he boughta -- -
since 1937.Florida I .
homemakers will make "large" size, the shirt was too

use of the apple bounty in that big ,In says the Miss shoulders.So Elizabeth. Dick I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
perennial favorite, apple pie, in
inson, clothing specialist, Florida
Memorial ChurchI.terdeaomIsatM.I
Waldorf salad, in baked and I
Agricultural Extension Service H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
scalloped forms, in apple strudel
the manufacturers have now I JOHN CAPO Associate
and dumplings. They will serve AIR CONDITIONED
come with shirts In exact
them with cheese, in lieu of a up i
sleeve lengths. This is good
rich dessert. news, because a man can find FLAGLER BEACH I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
With a record large rice har ATTENDANT
vest in prospect, homemakerscan Sunday School 10:00 A. M. I AMBULANCES
plan to use this versatile THE BOOK NOOKMEN Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Phone ID 7-3532
food as background, for many of R. W. DICKERT. Pastor I
their favorite entree specialties: EVKIIYONB WELCOMK 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Written by Howard Pyle
chicken and rice, shrimp Creole, ... t
The story of Men of Iron is -
curried and herbed rice, swiss
about the son of the blind Lord
steak with rice to mention a few.
Gilbert Reginald Falworth,
The choice in cheese runs into
Myles and his fight to regainthe
dozens of varieties. Beef and
honor of his blind father Cabbage worms ?
turkeys will continue plentifulas and family name.It .
supplies going to market remain
tells of how he went before
large. The Bartlett pear
the Earl of Mackworth and be.
is 66 cent larger than
crop per
came a squire and how he
last When choosing fresh
learned the ways of a knight so
pears for out-of-hand eating,
he could challenge the Earl of
T '
look for fruit that Is firm or
Alban so that his father, Lord .
fairly firm 'but not hard; clean -
Falworth could regain his right.
and free of blemishes-to avoid
ful title.If .
waste; and well-shaped.
you would like to read and

enjoy an adventure packed bookI \
Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune suggest that you come to the
Bunnell Library and check out
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Seniors GivenPlacement ing. He also read resolutionsfrom Gasoline Brand
the club in recognition
the recent deaths of Dewey D.
TestsThe Name ChangedBy
Moody and Corbitt Sullivan. RESOLUTIONWHEREAS
Senior Class was busy These resolutions are to be Standard Oil
this week with Guidance Activities published in the Flagler Tribune.He .
at Bunnell High School. also announced that a $25 Crown, a gasoline brand name I

On Tuesday, October 6, the an. contribution was being made by used by Standard Oil Co. (Ky.. it has pleased Almighty God to
nual Senior Placement Tests ad. the club to the Flagler County !for more than 50 years, is being
take unto Himself our revered and beloved
ministered to the 34 members of Scholarship Foundation in mem replaced by a new name-Chev-I
the Senior Class. The Senior ory of the late Dewey Moody. ron."With Dewey D. Moody, and

Placement tests are administer. President Lenssen also set the change to the
ed to all senior students through. Wednesday, October 7, as the Chevron name, we arc Identify.
out the state for the purpose of deadline for committee membersto ing our retail operations with WHEREAS, the said Dewey D. Moody was
determining eligibility for ad : file their club assembly re those of our parent company highly respected by the citizens of :Flagler
mission to the State Collegesand ports. He announced that a re Standard OH of California," said ,
I County as a leader in his county and worthy
Universities of the state. I i I port writing clinic would be W. C. Smith, president of the
The tests are designed to determine held on the night of October 7 Standard OH Co. "This companyand servant of the people of Flagler County,
relative strengths and I in the commissioners room of its subsidiaries had been
weaknesses in several areas of the courthouse for those who using the Chevron name in 28
academic endeavor. The areas needed help in writing reports. states Canada and Latin America THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the
are verbal and number aptitude, The club voted on October 1 before' the addition of Stand gratitude of the Board of County Commissioners
English, Math, Social Studies, to raise dues from $8 per monthto !ard of Kentucky's five States." I II of Flagler County for the years of faithful -
and Science achievement. $10 per month for one year. Decals bearing the new name
service of Dewey D. Moody be and the
Scores will range from a pos had to be placed on 30,000 I ,
sible low of 5 to a possible highof pumps In the company's 8,000 same is hereby expressed.BE .
TOMMY KAHLERT outlets in five states. In addition .
495 on the test scale. The average
PLAYS IN GORDON BAND all but the newest pumpsare
on the scale Is 250. A min.
imum score of 300 is required for On Wednesday, September 23, being repainted. The pumps IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of
will be red or blue dependingon
admission to state school of the Gordon Military College the grade of gasoline. The this resolution be spread in the minutes of this

higher learning. band won a plaque for the best Chevron trademark' red, white Board, a copy be sent to the family of DeWey
Wednesday, representativesfrom band participating in the In
and blue. I D. Moody and be In The
six schools and colleges dustrial Day Parade, sponsoredby a copy
visited with seniors and their the Jackson Junior Chamber Work on this changeover has Flagler Tribune.
parents for the fourth annual of Commerce, Jackson, Georgia. been going on for the past 90
College Day Program. Representatives The bands were Judged on ap days, and the change became
effective October 6.
were present from the pearance, playing, and march. Tuesday, Signed by:
"There will no change in sta.
following schools: Florida State ing ability.
tion identification" Smith said. OTIS S. HUNTER Chairman
University, the University of Thomas Anthony Kahlert, son ,
Florida, Jones College, Daytona of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kahlertof "As long as we have service Board of County Commissioners
Beach Junior College, and the Bunnell was one of the stu stations in our present market ,
Mary Karl Vocational School. dents participating in the band. ing area, they will be identified I
Invitations were declined by by the Standard Oil sign.."

Berry College, Auburn University
and the University of Miami.

Jim Rotary Reed SpokeTo Club $STANDARD kl j ,

On ConservationJim

Reed, information officer OIL"
for the Florida Game and Fresh !
Water Fish Commission, was .:
guest speaker at the regular
weekly luncheon meeting of the .

Rotary Club of Bunnell Thurs '<.'.1l iii''JJ"" ";" ',...'...J.. ... ..,.......;s. .
day at 12:30 P.M. Mr. Reed i '
,, .' 'Ir "if I :
was by Lyman Gage, "I"J'" "
program chairman.The {: ::.: 0 .
topics which Mr. Reed "r: ;;
considered were mainly concern. ,
ed with the anticipated supplyof Now under the t'
game for the coming hunting .
season and changes in the ,' .
game laws. Standard sign..new livelierCHEVRON It t

lie pointed out that hurricane
conditions may have affectedthe !

turkey supply adversely.Deer .
however, were anticipated
to be in good supply. He fur. :
ther elaborated that there had
been some complaints and misunderstanding 'i
about the closingof a
the early dove season in the
counties east of the St. Johns gasolines
River. Mr. Reed stated that game
law enforcement is a problemin
any county when the geo .
graphical area is large and the ; II Try Sfandatrb fintJSf..for today most cwfoe going
assignment of game commission
of the oldest in business StandardOil
One Dixie
officers is low. This is the case names ,

In Flagler county. invites you to meet the newest, most exciting
He stated further that the en. We take better care of your car name In motor tuek-Chtvron gasolines. Choose
tire game program is benefltted '
when the citizens of the countyare from 3 great gasolines-all with new, livelier performance ..

Interested in seeing that ...new long-running economy. For today's f

game laws are respected and UvclUtt motoring, atop at Standard 00!
properly enforced. lie added that r
he did not know the final an
swer for the problem of "fire R. E. MORRIS, Agent
hunters." lie did say that tres ""
Beach Florida ,
passers who hunted at night oft. Daytona ,
en did not return to the same
area when owners took positive .
steps to let them know theywere \

unwanted. Jow rri7
Bill Akers and Tip Murphywere ]
welcomed as guests of the ,
club. These Rotarians are mem
bers of the Ormond Beach Club
and were making up meetings. T' AsurptMi
President Tom Lenssen took
omce as leader of the club for
the first time since the deathof
,_,- ,.,
our beloved late" President
Dewey D. Moody. lie appointeda >
nominating committee composed *
of John A. Cannon Jr,
chairman, Tom Holden, and Tom l .j.JThursday ,.\( '*:
L' Pinner to submit a name for
vice president at the next meet tis'-a1'opvKM'




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W. C. Sullivan Books Are My Dish I

WHEREAS, W. C. Sullivan wasa By Dorothy Homons

charter member of the Rotary I The Flagler Woman's Club J WE GIVE QUANTITYRIGHTS

Club of Bunnell, and I Library has Nevil Shute's spellbinder I ME T T S RESERVED

WHEREAS he was a dedicatedand THE LEGACY. It Is about I TOP ***

conscientious member, and the unsusual way a young PRICES GOOD
WHEREAS have been deprived she had
we woman spent money
of his fellowship by his unexpectedly Inherited. VALUE Thursday, Friday
passing, Ferber and Wilson's THE POTENTIAL Super Market Saturday,
Oct. 8 9 1964
that the Rotary Club of Bun as most Important in, the studyof
103 S. Railroad St.
nell extend its sincere sympathyto women is full of quotable Telephone I 7-3201

his widow, Mrs. Helen Sullivan remarks. One from Myra Man-

nes "So our girl in this free Wilson's Certified (SMOKEDHAM

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat country has, in truth, little

a copy of this Resolutionbe choice. Security is the goal, and

presented to Mrs. Helen Sullivan as soon as possible. Marry the I S Shank lb1 45 iC

and that a copy be published boy right away, get the houseright
in The Flagler Tribune away, have the brood Half
and a copy be incorporated into right away. No time for search

the official minutes of the Rotary of self, no time for experimentsIn I BUTT CENTER

Club of Bunnell. love and life, no time for HALF tb 53e SLICES tb 790 WHOLE tb 490

interior growth, no time for the
great world outside." I Flavor Aged ChoiceCHUCK

Dewey D. Moody Subscribe lor The Flagler filbunJZ50 (

WHEREAS Dewey D. Moodywas A Year In Advance ROAST lb. 49
serving the Rotary Club of: -
Bunnell as its current President, wt

he was primarily SERVICE

' responsible for establishment of i ROAD SERVICE I
the Rotary Club of Bunnell, and HENS lb. 25Flavor

WHEREAS he provided capable I Light Phone 437.3441 Mechanical BunneUIV Work

dynamic leadership In

many areas within Flagler .
County, resulting in progress KE.AMI.Kll TIIH CIRCUIT rolTVTY.COURT KLOIUUAl OF Aged Choice Ib Flavor Aged Choice FAMILY

and improvements, and rilANCKUY NO. 4MTFUEDKU1CK.

WHEREAS the Rotary Club of J. GIUSON rlalntlff. CHUCK STEAK 55 STEAK Ib 59'

Bunnell and all of Flagler EMMA MARJORIE GIBSON.Defendant..
County has suffered the loss of .
an outstanding public servant, TilE STATE NOTICIC OK TO FIX nEHKNII)HI DA. TO-: World's Best GROUND Flavor Aged Choice Round Bone


that the Rotary Club of Bunnell You TORONTO are hereby 1Z. CANADA notified that a BEEF 2 lbs.89' ROAST Ib 59'
extend its deepest sympathy to suit has been filed against you In for
the of the late Dewey D. the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer -
Moody, and with the Clerk of this Court MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind.)
and to serve a copy thereof upon
,. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the plaintiff I or plaintiff* attorney,
i that a copy of this resolution be whose HAY name 8ELDKN8EIr and address Is: Limit (1) with

presented to the family of the DAYTONA>KN BU1UMNO)n AClI. FLORIDAnot COFFEE purchase of I lb 59"Or
late Dewey D. Moody, and thata later than November I. A.D. $5.00 or more

copy be incorporated into the 1984.If you fall to do so. decree pro food order TIN
official minutes of the Rotary confesso will be entered actlnstyou
for the relief demanded In the
Club of Bunnell. bill said of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of Your Choice 6 oz. Jar Instant 89c

WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 2nd day of OctoberOfflclif'seal
t ) E. A. BMYTHH
CLASSIFIEDADS Clerk of said Circuit Court
Oct. I.U-U-U--4to 3 Ib
Limit (1) with
COUNTY, KI.OIIIUA purchase of 59
ANNA M FAun or more In
....tIa.. *.... tftla stoa.taceoatai snis. ... Plaintiff food order
.. > l..rds.to .
a ...te *..word slaisaeisa.11 ......... CHARLES O. FAUTT'Dfotf'ndant.NOTICIC .

FOR SALE-Automatic Culligan THE STATE OF FLOItlDA. TO:
water softner, 1508 Central Ave., CHARLES O. FAUTT
Flagler Beach. Phone 4392078. FREEHOLD. NEW JERSEY Limit (1)) with
hereby notified that a
10-8-ltc suit You has are been filed against you In TIDE I purchase of or59t
above entitled .
file your answer $5.00
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home, are hereby required to or more
with the Clerk of this Court food order
furnished or unfurnished, rea and to serve a copy thereof upon
sonable. Mrs. Henry Zeller, 707 I I the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney Is:
East Moody Boulevard. 9.24.tf RAY 8ELDKNHKLDKN Fla. Grade "A"
FOR- LEASE corner building, 4 DAYTONA later than IIEACH.November FLORIDAnot 3. A.V.nit. .

stores suitable for any business, It. you fall to do so, decree pro E G GiiS
and 2 apartments. Central Ave. : you confesso for the will relief be 1.n4'e4arnalr:: [ Medium 2 > 89C
and Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach. bill of complaint. The nature of said oz.
Inquire 831 Broadway. Ask for suit WITNESS belnir for my divorce.hand and seal of I!
Mrs. Chris Klriakls. Phone CL 3- aid Court this 2nd day of October
A. n. nit.omela. .
2477. 9-17-4tc ( Heat) Esaid BMTTIIB
Clerk of Circuit Court Farm Fresh Produce Everfresh 6 CL pkf. CINNAMON
FOR SALE-Two bedroom house. Oct. 1.I5.U.U-4tc

Bargain at $5900, reasonable BID Johnathan BUNS
ealf'tY.tcYflnro.be received In %plc... ZSe
terms. Located center of Bun the office of the the
nell. Inquire Mrs. Marcinkowski, Civic City of Center Bunnell.Dulldlnc. until 4:30 the: APPLES 4 lb 391I0t' Doc & hamburger 8 Ct. pkf.
Highway 11, 1 mile east of Bun V. M. on the 2nd day of November.A. ..
D. 1914. for one (1) 1W Bag
nell. Phone 4373719. 9-10-5tp cylinder four door sedan. BUNS 192
Submit two bids one with a *,
WANTED IRONING to do at my minimum wheelbase of wheelbase 111" and of Vine Ripe
one with a minimum
home, reasonable. Pick up ft de 111-. both with the following Additional Shurfine 303 Can FRUIT

livery. Phone ID 73669. specificationsMinimum 2SO h. p. VI: engine TOMATOESFancy Ib 1le; COCKTAIL 'I00

10-24-tf( Low U" wheels cut-In alternator 4 for

Heavy duty automatic transml. SWEETPOTATOES .
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain .Ion. SLICED
Fresh air heater with d.frost.rs.Power .
fields installed; snail shelL Rea. steering IOC, P CHESft
enable prices. Call George Ja. foot roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf Two speed electric windshield
All vinyl Interior Sunlite 303 CanTOMATOES
CONSTIPATED? Window vents
To prove pjJ 4.EVAC containing follre package
8 !
Pmnea. rig A Benna Is world's Heavy duty brakes Fro-Joy for : ,
Heavy duty ryrtnrsHeavy
8mo-o-thesu best and most natural
duty shock absorber
laxative MOODTS hurry to FBARMACTfor Trad.-In Calibrate allowance speedometer on 1912 Ityllnd Showboat 300 CanPORK

g.a.rous TJIKX SAMPLE or r. automatic transmission 4* ICE MILK 1CAL 49
4. tablet for tie. Over I.MO.QM door Ford Ualaile and trsnshrring & BEANS 10 fort
11014.cb year. of siren from old ear to newto

Each b* considered bid shall In be bidding.addressed to >=,....--.Y--or"''''''''''''''''''' rrJ.'11J''.r.IrJJ.I1.r', :.:r. ..+:'" '':..r isrY q.:0".ox.yJ'xoo
the City Commission. flannell,
JOHNSTON florid marked "litd for J988. 4-
door .sedan. The City Commitiloner 25 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
FLACLCR BEACH REALTY co.LC1I'S reserve the right to reject
HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, any laformalltl and all bid In bidding and to waive and also any TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS / TOP VALUE STAMPS
WATER FRONT FARMS. to accept the bid that To It* Judgment With Purchase of 0 0
will be for the bet Interest 2 With purchase 01 With Purchase of
ACREAGE 0' the City .f Bunnell. Florida.WlTXCftfl Kraft Fresh ft2-00
Dental org $5.00 More Food
my band and offict! or more or
1M tu for year rtal estate needs seal this fib day of October, A.L. ORANGE JUICE Cosmetic Supplies g Order .

Office Phone lIE 9-2242 19(4. CUr of Bun nell. Florid After X Void After W Void After

Residence Phones ID 73691 tTTEaTl"heltoa B. barber. Mayor SaturdaayOct.. 10, 1964 2 Saturday, Oct. 10, 1964 p Saturday, Oct. 10, 1064I
or ID 7-3517 Naa r.'C. Rodgers. City Clerk
Jet I-f.39-41e


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-- SIX .-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BU (NELL. FLORIDA Thursday_ October 8, 1964


Ii . .571aq1r2each\ I I

HALLOWEEN CARNIVALThe pastor. Training Union is at I .
6:15: P.M. and evening worshipis I
Flagler Beach Elementary at 7:30.: i
School room mothers met at the The Carol Choir meets each ,
home of Mrs. Bob Whitney, Tuesday evening at 6 P, and;
president Monday evening to midweek service is Wednesdayat I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
complete plans for the Halloween 7:30: P.M. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVEDFOOD
Dinner which will be Sat I October 8, 9, 10, 1964 I
urday, October 24, and for the I Junior G.A. officers for 1964-
Halloween Carnival which will' 65 were installed this past week
be Saturday, October 31. and they are: Barbara Bross,I
Mrs. Edith Tidwell (Bill) will"I president; Faye Hutcheson, vice I FOR THOUGHTA
be chairman for the ham din. president; Stella Weaver, secretary
ner planned with Mrs. Clarence ; Becky Thomas, treasurer, that out things.
Smile is curved line straightens many
Weaver, co-chairman. Mrs. J. R'I and stewardship; Community a
missions chairman, Vickie Per-
Dean Is chairman of the
carnl'l ritt mission chairman,
val with Mrs. Bryce ; study
Mrs. May Shill; prayer chair. '
The carnival will begin witha I man, Becky Thomas, forward QUALITY MEATSU.
steps chairman, Mrs. Margaret
parade at 3:30: P.M. on the
Aaron and social chairman,
31st and end with a Womanless ;
Wedding at 7:30: P.M. In the Vickie Perritt. S. CHOICE GRADE U. S. CHOICE BEEF
school cafetorlum. Tickets will Meetings will be every Mon CHUCK
be on sale for both the dinner day right after school. LAMB CHOPS m590
and the Womanless Weddingsoon. ROAST tb 49
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns spent
the weekend in Gaines.
visiting U. S. CHOICE GRADE
vile with Mr. Johns' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Johns Mr. M.
Church school is at 9:45: A.M. M. Johns celebrated his 84th LAMB STEW It 39
with classes for all ages. Morning birthday on Sunday. BACON tb 49
worship Is at 11 o'clock with
Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. Subscribe to The FLagier Tribune
Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets ARMOUR STAR VAC. PAC
each Sunday evening at STEAKS 113 69
6:30.: at the church. HASTINGS MATTRESS FRANKS Ib 49'
Senior choir rehearsal is Wednesday DELICIOUS SMOTHERED IN GRAVY
at 6:30: P.M. and the
Chapel Choir meets at 4 P.M. 710-12 Lemon St. .....". .- ..
on Thursday afternoon. Palatka, Florida
Phone EA 5.9166
Danny halley, son of Mr. Furoltu-*, Upholstering MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT HERSHEY'S
and Mrs. Henry Shlll, and his Repaired & ReflnishedMattresses
& Box SpringsMade
room mate from the Universityof to Order Also Renovated COFFEE
Florida, Mel Ambule, spent Call Laura Morris 437-3233
this past weekend with Danny's After 6:00 P. M.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. 6 oz. Jar 79 5 t' 39
BAPTIST CHURCH Just as near Office Bag
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. Phone or Post
and morning worship at 11 0'. Free Drop Pickup Us A Card& Delivery or Call Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens


SI.. mark 6 CturciJoronat PURPLE PLUMS 2 for 5? BEANS LIMA 3for 49'

.r for la a
303 BUSH Mix ar Match


can we express our thanks to FRCOCKTAIL 2 for 79 GREENS 3for 33

each and everyone for the wonderful


cooperation we received in stag- ANGEL FOOD
FAB.2Bo L g.57-

ing our Fiftieth Anniversary Cele- CAKE Ea. 39 Limit 2 Please

bration of St. Mary's Church and

the Community of Korona. 10 oz. Birdseye

BERRIES pkg. 29*

POTATOES tb 49 t
How can we express our gratitudeto lOB**
8 oz. MORTON'S
Walter Morris and the wonderful BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY EXTRA FANCY


High School Band . PIES for $100

The only way we know is to say we

3 rb 25'wwvwwwww
are proud we live in Flagler Coun- Cello Bag

ty, that we are your neighbors and( I pwvwuAvvvuvvuvvvwvuCft C.Yu%....-............ ,......-..-....J.
50 50
friends. Our heartfelt thanks. FREE FREE 50 FREE 50

with this coupon and your j with this coupon and your: With this coupon and
purchase of one > purchase of one 19 oz. btl.: Your purchase of
St. 11larv/ 2 Ib LoafVELVEET j French's Cattleman's :I More Food Order$5.00 Ctin.or

A CHEESE \; BARBECUE SAUCE :I Cigarettes Not Included

:J11iAnnil'lrJary eo".tll" I Coupon Expires S J Coupon Expires : Coupon Expires

II I Saturday, Oct. 10, 1964 5 Saturday, Oct. 10, 1964 :. Saturday, Oct. 10, 1964PAGE

I f 1 ''........-J. ..A .,.. r


PERSONALS I l1'-J' : .I'



STEAK lb. 79
Rev. and Mrs. Porter Yelvington-Greene .
Observe SilverAnniversary Wedding PlansAnnounced I''I

I Miss Linda Dianne Greene of

were Rev.the honored Methodist and Mrs.with Parsonage Howard a receptionat Porter Sun.I I'' Seville Bunnell Mr. In Richard will a candelight become L. Yelvington the ceremonyat brideof of SHOULDEROR RUMP R 0 A ST. lb. 79

day evening following the evening
the First Baptist Church of II
worship hour. The occasion
marked the Porter's Silver Bunnell at 7:30 o'clock in the FRESH FLA. GRADE "A" (224 Ib Avg.)
evening of October 16. The pas.

for Wedding the. Porter evening Anniversary.Rev. used service for. his topic"The officiate tor, Rev.in Thomas the double Pinner ring, Jr.,cere will FRYERS (Each 79 ) 3 for $2

Wedded State," which concluded mony.
Miss Greene is the daughter
with all married couples re
of the late Mr. and Mrs. LewisW.
peating the marriage vows along -
Thomaston, Ga. Small
Greene of MeatySPARE Choice: Juicy
with Rev. and Mrs. Porter.At .
She is a graduate of Bunnell
Mercer the presented reception a Layman Silver Service Ray I I,'High School and attended Charity RIBS ALL MEAT STEW
Hospital School of Nursinglast
to the Porters, a gift from
year. She entered the Daytona
the church members. Beach Junior College Schoolof tb tb 69c
r The dining room table was
Nursing this fall where she
overlaid with a white linen cut.
work cloth, and centered withan is continuing her studies. She Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
is the niece of Mr. and Mrs.

flowers arrangement, fruit and fern.of This silvered was Homer Brooks. (READY )
The bridegroom to be Is the PORK CHOPS HC'T 5
flanked with pink candles held
In silver candlesticks. son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Yel
vlngton of Seville lIe is em.
Placed at one end of the table
here in the
was a three-tiered white cake business.ployed pulpwood Armour Star (6-8 Ib Avg.) SLICED FREE
trimmed with tiny pink roses
Following the 7:30: ceremony a

topped and silver with a leaves.25th Anniversarybell This was recreation reception will hall of be the held church.in the Smoked PICNICS lb. 31 *

arrangement. A punch bowl
I All friends and relatives are
was placed at the other end of
invited to both the wedding
the table. Our Value 303 Can
and the reception.
Mrs.of Gordon the W.S.C.s.Buckles, presidedat president i Open House Held TOMATOES 8 for $i MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)

the punch bowl. Serving the I
,Sunday At The New
cake was Mrs. Harry Atkinson, PastoriumRev. Carnation EVAPORATED Tall Can COFFEE
president of the Friendly Circle.
Assisting In serving and greeting . and Mrs. Thomas Pinner, MILK 8,0'I00Johnson's I Ib, 58C
the guests were Mrs. Wal Jr., held Open House at the new Tin
ter Knight and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. Baptist Pastorium Sunday after. Self>Polishing Floor Wax
noon from 3 to 5 o'clock. The Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

ATTENDS STATE pastorlum is located on the corner GLO-COAT "c::, 7ge. _
UDC CONVENTION of Fig-St and Howe Ave.
Mrs. W. E. Knight and Mrs. Red roses were used in the Glade (Save lOc) 7 o:. Can DAIRY SPECIAL _
Zack Holland left Monday to attend rooms of the home with a low
the U.D.C. State ConventionIn arrangement in a crystal bowlon AIR FRESHENER 49* Joe Crain' Fresh Fla. Grade "A"
Tampa. the dining room table. Punch -
The local Joseph Egleston and cake was served from the LARGE
Johnston Chapter Is sponsoringa table which was overlaid withan
newly organized Chapter in imported lace cloth. CRISCO EGGS 2o.,89e
Tampa which will be known as Those assisting in greeting the
the Isaac I. Moody Chapter. The guests and serving were Mrs. FROZEN FOODS -
Charter will be presented to the Bion Matherly, Mrs. John Rice, 3 Ib SSe
new chapter during the conven I Mrs. Homer Brooks, Mrs. D- Tin
Mr. G Frozen 9 o:. pkg.
Melts', Mrs. Marvin Park.
tion. Mrs. Horace Locke: sisterof wayne
er, Mrs. Ferris Solomon, Mrs. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Knight and granddaughter FRENCH FRIES 10
of the Confederate soldier, John Clegg, and Mrs. Fred Each e
will be the first president of the Fruits. Foremost

new chapter.Mrs. Richard Cantrell is a patient FRESH PRODUCE ICE I MILK I /c..49C
Laurie Yelvington is visiting in the local hospital receiving
in Quincy with her daughter medical treatment several days. 1 Ib Carton

and her family. I (Continued on page 7)BUNNELL TOMATOES Each $9c HERSHEY'S


437-3681 THEATREPhone POTATOESDelicious !Ib IOC 5 Bag. 29*

Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
FRIDAY & APPLES'4nl lbg,3ge

II iICSPi'; T .... .... .. .. ... . .. .. .. . . .
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091 With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

(1) (1) Twin-Pak Lay' $5.00 or More Food
Hey Kids! Don't forget to use your merchant's DETERGENT POTATO CHIPS Order
Tickets Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m.
Saturday Matinee one showing only Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Sunday, Oct. 11, 1964 Sunday, Oct. 11, 1964 Sunday, Oct. 11, 1964


Following in the

hilarious fun-steps

"Mister Roberts': ,

lOGry'fS Ensign !
t.... II1I
:PllLveR 4J I

no'nr euAl y..rTtlll T'Ot.f'n ,I
WAIXf1'LIES'M JIWiU'SJLJ) UIUEDFoD 11111 fNG Phone 437-3227

Continuous Showing Sunday from 3:00 p. m. 8 OPEN:00 a.ir.1:00Quantity, SUNDAYS p.m.,(" U.s. No.1 BUNNELL

Merchants Tickets good Monday Night. Rights Referred",.... PRICES GOOD Oct. 8, 9,10,11,1964

1/ ,,"1'f' "" f" ':; .. .

-' - - -

:- 403 W. Moody Green's Fuel Gas Phone 437-3461



: r# J'.' '6, &rl.t! : . t.\,.'. I. BARRIER """,

; -. ',,'. \


..,.......,,, .. .
TAPPAN Gas Range '-' ,'

,I '1";I.'t', '

ii:: .

Free Installation
6 --"fJ
t ;
; Meter Installed

I ,
.-Se'elt '.,::1\VA'\ "*1'... ..j. :3 i fPay- Only For Gas As It Is Used
Ii '
.;; .,TODAYsT 1 1
-...,. ,;.. ...t'... 1 : Small Monthly Bill1S.1
... .:;; -.
i Features "if' , ,\. -, '.",.1.t .. :
I,, .
1. Automatic Oven Lighting. jjj .'... .". ; ,." ., , ",. ? .,
2. Lifetime Burners. 1. < -;" ifr( -,1!'> ;>
3. Smokeless Broiler. '.' ,/'II' .... . ,-" :. ,-..', ", .,.. r *;vf V'x; : ''o > '
4.5. All Fully Porcelain.Insulated. f', ' ' ...'.:. ",' r.'
6. Small Down Payment..$10.67 per" mo.

Big Values Display Models All New

$f f" Norge 30" GRE 1308 small down payment $7.50 per mo. r

: ., *,\"J', Norge 36" GRE 1604 small down payment $8.00 per mo.
t!: '.41tl# **''
:; RCA, Deluxe Wall Oven and Top unit small down payment $15.00 per mo.
; *!f 4
::./*: Green's Fuel Special 30" small down payment $8.90 per mo.

.'\i iio,!)- Year-V Warranty Gas Water Heaters operates for one half the cost of electric :

,r' ,I ." ," '
'" -'

15Z discount on all heaters purchased and installed in October.

7Green's,: Fuel of Flagler County

':"" ... 403 West Moo y BM.PAGE .

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JUNIOR MCKNIGHT 1trs.-Bernice Jones of Atlanta,'I'I sympathy shown in its recent I IIN TUB COUNTY JltDOIVS COURT

PATIENT IN WEST .. Ga., visited here several days I bereavement "For In the dew FUAaLHIl NO.COUNTY TWBatAte FLOItlUA.HsTATti ..

i1 VOLUSIA HOSPITAL _. last week with Miss Iona Moody I of friends, the heart finds its ofDBWBY

J. H. McKnIght, Jr., is a patient and Mrs. D. D. Moody.Mr. morning, and is refreshed." D. MOOD ua *aaed.NOTICK .
(Continued from Faze 5) in the West Volusla Memorial OF l'nODA.TN
I To the attending physiciansand THJi1 STATE or FW
REV. HOWARD PORTER Hospital where he is re- and Mrs. Frank Mercer' the staff of Bunnell General 'l'O ALL PBIUIOH8 1"'D
ATTENDS PASTORS'SCHOOL I receiving medical treatment. Mr. went to St. Augustine last week I Hospital, the Moody family consveys I CHDBNT:

IN LEESBURGRev. h I McKnight is a resident of Flags to spend some time with their sincerest appreciation. I I written You are Instrument hereby notified purporting that to aI

'ler Beach and employed with I daughter, Mrs. Emma Mae Mass I The Moody Family extends to be the Lit Will I and Teatamentof
Howard Porter of the Mid decedent has been admittedto
First Methodist Church Is attending I the State Road Department with ters. the officiating Ministers and the probate In said Court.
headquarters in DeLand.Mr. You am hereby commanded within -
the Pastors' School held Craig Funeral Home its gratitude six (I) calendar months from
I Mr. and Mrs. Orby Stanish of for the beauty and dignity the date of the first publication
this week in Leesburg. The of this notice to appear In said
school is held each year at the! and :Mrs Andy Yelvingtonand Yorktown, Va., arrived Sunday I of the services rendered in behalf Court and show cauae If any, why
the action of laid Court In admitting
Methodist Youth Camp there. sons, Kevin and Barry, spent evening for a visit with Mr. and of the late Dewey D. Moody. I said Will to probate should
several days in Miami recently Mrs. Paul Stanish and family. not stand unrevoked.
attending the apparel shows. Orby and Paul are brothers. County Judge, Flagler
They were guests of Mr and Matinee Sat. one showing County Florida
Flnt publication on October I, 1M4
'B dM Mrs. E. A. Yelvington. EXPRESSION OF only at 2 p. m. Oct. l-U-M'l. -4to
--- --
Open Sunday 2i45
: Mrs. Ellen Lee Is a patient in continuous owing from lAN II I'lit FI.AULKIl COUN
of the late
DEEN SCOTT WALL the Bunnell General Hospital for D. Moody wishes to 3tOO p.m. NO. TT3:
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton D. Wall medical treatment. express BUNNELL THEATRE Estate ofDEWBT
humble appreciation for much D. MOODY
are the parents of a son, born I Visiting with her Wednesdaywas l)ecea.ed.

October 5 In the Coffee County I her sisters, Mrs. Sennle TO ALL CUKDITOna' AND PKIl.PONS .
1 1IAVINO < (.AIMS Oil UK-
Hospital in Douglas, Georgia.He Goodwin of St. Augustine and ST. THOMAS CHURCH O. F. ALFORD MAN PS AGAINST HAlO KSTATB:

has been given the name of I Mrs. Onie Goodwin of Walters South(Anderson RpUrepal)Street Registered You\I.nt each file of In you duplicate, are hereby, ail

Deen Scott boro, S. C. Also visiting with Rev. Jamei Henry, Taylor, Jr claim and demands whlt'hu you
9 nilay Mervlrea have agalnat the Katate of IHI1WNY'U.
He is the grandson of Mr. and: her is her daughter, Mrs. Ben 10:30: a m. Church School Real Estate Broker MOODY Drceased In the ofP.ce

Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., of Bunnell.. Davis and son Ed of Fort Lau. 11:15: Sermon a. m. Morning Prayers and BunnalL Florida of County Honorable Judge, at T. his K.office JdoKnl In <
Mrs. Wall is the former Sandra I II derdale. Holy Communion lit Sunday I I Court House at llunnell Florida
I ti1 1.tiWLti within six (I) calendar month

tx Deen. I has returnedto ,..PO/-........f/........... the date October of the Ith,first 1114,publicationof which la
I E. W. Johnston this Notice. Kach claim or demand
MARY KATHERINE CHITTY his home here after spending must be In muststate
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT the place I of residence, poet
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Chittyof several weeks at the Clyatt Me. office address of the claimant inuit
be aworn to, and mutt be filed
Bunnell are the parents of mortal Nursing Center in Daytona AMBULANCE aa aforesaid, or el.e same will be.
a daughter, born at the Bunnell Beach. come void
PHONE VAlley 4 1625 /S/ Murtlce Richardson Moody
General Hospital on October 5. :
SERVICE First publication on October t 1111
She has been given the name Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Norton of ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA WALT II M. SMITH

of Mary Katherine. Jefferson City, Tenn., were !andDANHCU P, McDONALD
house guests of their son in law Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Ware Attorneys: for Hxecutrli

Catherine Marie Smlgielski and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy always at your service with promptness, safety and llr'at.t' Florida i Uoultvard

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Smigiel- I Bayless, during the past week. experience. oct ,.u-n.u-4\o

ski are the parents of a daughter end. IN TUN CIIICUIT COItllT. *HVKMTII .

born at the Halifax Hospitalin ---- Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator FOH THM JUDICIAL NTATK CUM or HIT rt.OIIIDA.IN ANI

Daytona Beach September 27.I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely COUNTY or FnAui.nit IN CHAN

She has been given the name were in New Smyrna Beach Sun. Garcia Funeral HomeP. CKIIY. CASM A. UUOCKMAN NO. 4IUAHlCNltY ,

of Catherine Marie. The Smi-I day afternoon visiting with their Plaintiff,

gielskls are residents of Korona cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director IlKTTY I' UIIOGKMAN,

and presently of Cocoa wherehe Capps. Mrs. Capps was ill at LADY ASSISTANT TOI) IlKTTY IIIIOCKHAN Defendant.of 141

is employed. I her home there. Vance Carolina St., Laurlnburg. North

You are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce. has been

filed quired agalnat to serve you a copy and nil 0-::1:*
ewer or Pleading to the &mplalnton

: D rs most tatlsed-aboui the t'W.r O.Plaintiff U N IIUX11p,1) }Ur'T'liy'flLDA .

q and flle the original Anawer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerkof
/.. the Circuit Court on or before
; the Itth day of October 1M4.
new cars If you fall to do '0. judgment
by default will be taken a".sins(
you for the relief demanded In the
and Ordered at llunnell.
Florida this 11th day of Heplem
bar, ifs.Circuit .
( Court deal)
H. A. MMYTHB. Clerk
: A Circuit Court FlaglerCounty.
=: Florida 1
W. L, Wadaworth
[ Tl HOlt III
u.utellt.J Florid*
r A Oct. 1-1-410
r IN TIIH t'liicurr: rotHT: IMV.KTM .
: Jlllii'IA1. C'llUIJIT' IN
: Atn! KOII ri.Aia.ieu cot NTT
'65 Chevrolet Impute Sport Sedan ANNIE OleA McOlr.ta

65 Chevrolet ImpataIf TO! ANNIB OI.A McOILL
I( .l,1.nee Unknown
with IlS HKItKUY required to
file the Clerk of thla Court

a'65's biggest,most beautiful change.There's strik- ride with a new Full Coil suspension system. Fact If, your flied therein agalnat Hill of you Complaint In

lug new styling. New length, width and lowness. A If you overlook just ono thing you can easily convincerooaniernewBodybyFisherhousinganinterior the above the. 10th entitled day of cause October on or, "before ",

JBL- yourself you'ro onto a big expensive car here. Joseph .W.. HaUhett a copy Plalntlffa thereof upon ate

that'eaknockoutAndamonerencJct-smooth JEZQguEr And that thing Is its Chevrolet price torney, herein whose address la
111 A lthpft'-'lJ.' :t'eel. P. O.
lair rni Florida.
The .Flagler Tribune" la hereby
dealgnaled aa the newspaper In
which this notice shall be pwbllah-
ed once a week for Four 14) eon
easull,_ weeks. 11':1111:1:IM PAIL
IAINIITWYIn! ,,0ll Hlfcil FAILUltK. -
The nature of this suit la a bill
for diver.
W1TNKHH' my hand and seal at
llunnell. Ftagler County Florida,
) thla 17th day of Heplember.or. A, U
(Un1cLICl.n ofMCircuit Lour{

Kept IA Oct I,'.;/--4teZTfjr

New Corsair Cotta Sport Covpe 5I.olrr Crllnm?

'65 Corvair Cmrsa DUNNrLL. FLOHIIUFULU6II. I

Midi M.IL Editor

There's never been anything like it from either side And a higher powered range of engfnes-with up to ). '...le4 OM.UI P..,.......

of the Atlantic. There's new thin-line hardtop styling 180 hp available In the top-of-the-line Corsas. How I.. r..lle ........ ., Flagter

for all closed models. :More length and width, JOSH....;, sporty can a car get Your dealer's got the C....,. MeeUlMllllee ..."..

more entrance and shoulder room In all models. A&ffifa-My Corsair that'll) show you. a.4 Ike flale ef FlerM

S9 fiX-CIircrotff, TArrrf/r, 'I.r,, //, ('"rr /r6'C: Corrrttr-at your tlralff Entered .. second claae
S branlltul M/inpet_......................... .. .. .-......................_.._...................._..... A ..A0IJ.1MS matter
February I, till at tbe poetofflce

at Dnanelt. Florida, under att of
March I, UTt.On .

r year -,...- ,1.1.
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Its rnoothaThursday _



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Charles K. McKnight, DIES MONDAY IN ACCIDENTWord Brede asked The Trl.
bune force this week "Did
UnderwayImmediately son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mc. was received here Sat. you
Royal Wood, resident of Flag. ever see it rain frogs?" Our
of Bunnell has completed of the death of
following ad. Knight urday telling
ler Beach for the past two anda answer was that we have al
session of the academic phase of his George H. Carter of Flagler
of this
journment half years, passed away Mon ways heard of It raining frogs
Air Command (SAC) Beach Mechanlcsvllle Va.
Holland Strategic and ,

Congress, Senator Spessard day morning at the local hose and on some occasions flsh. Ona
returned to the state to be. combat crew training as a B-52 pital after an illness of several I Mr. Carter had been duck few occasions after a heavy
gin a vigorous personal campaign combat Jet bomber co-pilot at weeks. He was born In Darlen, I hunting and on his return trip rain we have seen frogs or fish
during the remaining ,Castle AFB, Calif. home the Jeep in which he was
Conn. in
and had also resided on the street which were not
In his I Captain McKnight will be assigned riding struck by anothercar
weeks before November 3 Sanford, Conn for many years. was there before the rain, thereforeour
drive toward reelection for a : to a Strategic Air Command throwing him out of the I only conclusion is that It
fourth term as Florida's senior (SAC) unit at Carswell Mi. Wood was a retired con Jeep and killing him Instantly. did rain frogs and/or ftsh.'i .
United States Senator."In AFB, Texas. SAC keeps the na tractor, a member of the Darlen I Mr. Carter had built a homeon
tion's Intercontinental missilesand Masonic Lodge and Methodist North Lambert Drive wherehe 'i' Well Mr. Brede brought along
order to do the Job to Jet bombers on constnt Church. He was 77 years of age. spent some time. He was the "proof of the pudding," a
which I am elected,"said Hol alert. He made his home here with planning to come down in No. box of the little rain frogs he
land, "I have had to shuttle be. The captain, a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Raymond. vember for the winter months. I had gathered from the drivewayat
tween Washington and the stateas Bunnell High School, receivedhis I Funeral services were held at his home. He said there were
the work of the Senate per. 'BS degree from the Citadelat Survivors include two neph his Virginia home Monday. Survivors .I millions of the little frogs which
mltted, and being a 'commutercampaigner1 Charleston, S. C. and was I ews, Vernon Raymond, Flagler Include his wife, two j migrated to the south of his
has been far from commissioned upon completion II Beach, and Kenneth Raymond of sons' and a daughter. r home after the rain.
forward In Clearwater; two nieces, Mrs.
satisfactory. I look of the Air Force Reserve Officer I
the weeks ahead to meeting as Training Corps program. Charles Welk of Thomaston, More than 5,000 Industrial Malaya, part of the Federation
many of our citizens In personas His wife Jean Is the daughter ,! Conn., and Mrs. Jacob Weik of
firms in the United States are of Malaysia, produces a
possible. I will wage from! of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Bald- Morris, Conn.A directly Involved in the Nation's third of the world's supply of
now until election day an ag win of Yonges Island, S. C. memorial service will be efforts to put men on the moon. tin.
gressive campaign which Is the held at 3 o'clock Sunday after. r _
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only way I know to win. FLAGLER MUNICIPALITIESGET noon at the Flagler Beach ,-

This is the sort of activity thatI CIGARETTE TAX FUNDS Methodist Church. Rev. Reynold CAPITOL SKATING RINK
From August collections of the Hoover will officiate.
for it gives me the opportunity
Craig Funeral Home of Bun.
to personally visit state imposed taxes on cigarettes
with large numbers of old and collected by the State nell ments.was in charge of arrange. I NOW OPENat

friends In all parts of the state, Beverage Dept, the following
' municipalities of Flagler county Korona on U. S. Highway No. 1 ',
'u and to discuss, face to face, the
problems with which we are received the following dollarsof The baby porpoise Is a strong I I I Skating Each Night 7:00 to 10:00 r
most concerned. It also permitsme tax funds: I swimmer, keeping pace with its I
to meet and talk with new Bunnell-$2,60856. mother. The baby usually swims Saturday and Sunday Matinee '
people and to observe first hand Beverly Beach11218. with the tip of its nipper touch. 2:30 to 4:30

the constant change wrought Flagler Beach-l,151.26. Ing the mother's side, accordingto Use Yours or Our Skates
through growth and progress of Marlneland-$137.80. reports from Marlneland of
our state." Painters Hlll-$12.60. Florida.

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