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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 15, 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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62, NO. 41 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1964 YEAR
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Flagler Beach I FIRST METHODIST I Campaign Office SERMON TOPIC Tax Committee VfJE--

CHURCH LAYMAN'SDAY
Lets Bid For Opened By Local AT BAPTIST
OCTOBER 18L. CHURCH SUNDAYRev. Holds Hearing on

Restoring Pier I A. (Andy) Yelvington will Demo. Committee Thomas Pinner, Jr., announced ValuationAt
bring the message for the Lay. his sermon topics for Property
man's Day service at 11 o'clock I I Sunday morning "It Begins in
At a continued meeting at 1 Flagler County Democratic
Sunday morning at the First Worship. a meeting of the tax committee *
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the Methodist Church, Rev. Howard Executive Committee opened a I I I Topic for the evening service of the Flagler Farm
Flagler Beach City Commission. campaign headquarters In the
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Porter said today.He will be "Rooms Wider Walls." Bureau Tuesday night, the tax
ers opened bids for the small building on the of
restora.1 corner I I
will be assisted by other St. Johns Park Chapel Sunday group heard James. Howze, representing
tion of the municipal !u.S. Highway 1 and Moody
laymen of the church. Andy School at 9:30 at the Community I I Howze and Associate
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called for costs on restoring the Boulevard. Campaign materials .
says "The Theme of the lay Hall. Evening Youth Fellow of Tampa present his method of
416-feet of the pier lost to Hurricane :for all Democratic Nominees
will be the Layman's Loyaltyto revaluation and equalization of
ship at 6 P. M. Evening preaching
Dora.Commissioner. will be available in the office.
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His Church. All membersand at 7. Everyone invited. real property.

Tom Duncan said friends are urged to attendall I Coley Mitchell, member of the Lewis Wadsworth, chairmanof
bids requested by the city was services during the day. ; Committee and also co owner of
New Parsonage the committee and presidentof
to furnish all materials and the Parrot Village on North AlA, the Farm Bureau, introducedMr.

using all of the salvaged materials George Moody ; will be in charge of the omce, Ground BreakingSet Howze who outlined a
possible. They also planto keeping It open through election method used by his associatesin
follow the advise offered by Heads DemocratsIn day The public Is Invited to For revaluation and equalization.
Army Engineers in :replacing the visit the office. SundayThe

25 16 x 20 foot bents and the for the The meeting was opened for
groundbreaking
Flagler The Committee held
one 16x30 T-bent CountyGeorge ing in the Commissioners a meet.Room! New Methodist Parsonage will discussion to about 15 persons.

Three sealed bids were offer Moody, a patriarch I at the Courthouse Monday eve be held this Sunday, October 18, After the explanation by Howze
Florida Democratis, has several questions were asked
among following the Sunday morning
ed. One bid offered by P and S ning making plans for the cam.
Construction Co. of Ormond been named by Thomas F. paign. worship hour, Rev. Howard Por.ter and answered, apparently satisfactory

Beach did not follow the pre Fleming, Jr., state chairman of I said today. to those present

scribed bid form. Their bid President Lyndon B. Johnson's The pastor, Rev. Porter, will Howze said his company recently
would amount to $1741.42 for campaign, to head up the LBJ New Ordinance conduct a brief groundbreakingservice completed revaluationIn
sills and $5.75 foot for drive in Flagler County, which and will be assisted by Nassau County. lie added
cap the piling. Mr. Duncan per said the Moody himself with his two I For Tax Purposes Tom olden, chairman of the that when the tax assessmentroll

labor costs would have amounted brothers carved out of the building committee, Ray Mercer was opened about 500 persons .
to about $45,000. Northeast Florida countrysideway At Flagler BeachThe lay leader, and George Inspected the roll con.
back In 1905. Moody, Sr, a member oi the corning individual assessment
George Wickline offered a "I never felt better in my life," Flagler Beach City Com group who organized the church and when the board of county

price of $265 per bent and $75 the elder Moody said, upon being missioners will meet tonight 55 years ago. I commissioners held an equalization .

labor, costs per piling for re Informed of the Appointment (Thursday) at 7:30: for final LOYALTY DINNERA I meeting only five persons
placements. He would begin "and never more determined to reading of several new ordinances church-wide Loyalty Dinner appeared.
work on November 30 and complete do a Job than this one for LBJ. scheduled. will be served at 6:30: Sunday Briefly, the Howze method of
the work in 60 working We're opening County head evening in the Bunnell school arriving at valuation 1s by
days. quarters today (Mon.) and we're Ordinance No. 64-8 amending cafeteria. Members and friendsare aerial mapping and then exact.

The third bid was presentedby going to have LBJ street banners an ordinance Creating a Special Invited to attend. Ing field work. When this data.
E. L. Britt of Flagler Beach. that every motorist on U.S. Fund for the construction of a The purpose is to give every. has been secured, it is compu.
He bid $175 per ,bent for the 1 will see. Nothing could make new municipal administration one a look at the floor plans terized onto permanent recordsfor

... 1620, ..bents. .and,$225 Jor? the me' 'happier.,than for' Flagler' t uilding.4nd.the appropriation and detailed sketch,of, ,the new the county and Included as
16x30 T bent. Replacing piling County and: Florida lo help of" monies therefor. parsonage. part of a permanent system for

at $35 each. He could begin President Johnson gain a sweeping The financial program will be continued valuation.
Ordinance No. 64.9 is an ordinance
work 14 days after notification national Victory. explained' by Andy Yelvington, Chairman Wadsworth said It
adopting a budget for the
and complete the job In 40 working chairman of Stewardship and had been planned to begin re.
City of Flagler Beach for the fiscal
days. Steflik Receives year 1964.65; fixing appropriations Finance. M. B. Fuller and Ray valuation, but the recent deathof
The bid was awarded to Britt Mercer will be on the program Tax Assessor Moody had
subject to his securing a performance Red Cross ReportOn therein thereunder; proposing determiningthe expenditures !and will be assisted by the eliminated tentative plans for
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bond and insurance, pastor. work. Since all maps In existence
amount of to be
Mr. Duncan said.FRIENDLY Hurricane DoraLouis raised taxation money Pledges for the building program of property in Flagler
by both ad va
will be secured to underwrite county belonged to the late tax
lorem and Excise.
CLASS M. Steflik, director of the total cost of about assessor, the first thing necessary .
the East Volusla-Flagler County Ordinance No. 65.1 changing $15,000.00. Is to secure ownerships
SPONSORS BUFFET Red Cross Chapter, receiveda the regular meeting dates of maps. A motion was made, seconded
SUPPER TUESDAYThe letter this week from Executive the City Commission to the Sec Burns Committee and carried to ask the
Director Frazier C. Jones reporting ond and Fourth Thursdays of! county commission to secure
Friendly Class of the
on the activities of the each month. i such ownership maps as wouldbe
First Methodist Church of Bun- Is CalledA
I' chapter during Hurricanes Cleo Ordinance No. 65.2 prescribing Meeting required by the tax assessor
nell Is sponsoring another of
their popular buffet and Dora. an increase In the salaries meeting of all Haydon Howze said under his plan
Tuesday evening October suppers 20.on! Mr. Jones said the chapter was of the members of the City Com] Burns For Governor Committee his company would contraca

The will be served la the extremely active in Flagler missioners. Also an ordinance to and chairmen has been called county to do the whole Jobor
old supper church building beginning County before, during and after provide penalties for delinquent: for Monday night at 7:30 In the any part the county might

at 5:30: and serving until 7 o'. the storms in disaster preparations payments of City Occupational comlssioners room at the court. wish to have done. The group
clock. and relief. Licenses. house. All these and anyone made no commitment except to

This is one of the fund-ralsing I lie stated the final account. : The City Commissioners are I else Interested In working in ask the board to buy owner.
projects of the Circle which has I in gtotals show that there were, asking for a 33-1/3 per cent Increase Haydon Bums campaign are ship maps.It .
been very popular. A large va. 1300 persons In the Civil Defense In salaries. The Commis.sion urged to attend this meeting. was decided that two more
riety of favorite foods will be I shelters In Flagler County meets two evenings per After the death of ChairmanD. meetings of the committee
on the menu for Tuesday night, during the hurricanes. The Red: month. How this can be done I D. Moody the ('Oochalnnanl be held prior to the county
members of the committee said. Cross Chapter spent $242.30 to without the raising of taxes is Dean Holland has assumed the board meeting.
feed these evacuees. Raymond one of the serious problems chair and will continue the cam.paign .

Smith, disaster prepardeness facing the free-holden (tonight) with all committee appointed Senior Citizens
AVERLY
BROWN IS chairman for the Red Cross and Thursday, a group of taxpayers by the late Mr. Moody.

NEW PRESIDENTOF also civil defense director for pointed out. Haydon Bums campaign ma Hold ...

FEA DISTRICT SB Flagler County, did an out. The new water system now In terlals may be secured at the Meeting
standing Job. operation is providing an excellent Democratic Headquarters which At the Senior Citizens meet.
Averly Brown Bunntll High Mr. Jones also said nine families water as can be found has been established at the cor Ing Tuesday of last week it was

High School English teacher, three from Flagler Beach anywhere, and is the greatest ner of Highway 1 and Moody voted that the group will meet
was elected president of Florida and six from the Bunnell area step forward this dry has taken Boulevard. The headquarters is at the Woman's Club building
Education Association District5B were assisted' to meet their disaster to fill necessary requirements prepared to distribute campaign South Central Ave. The nextmeeting
at the annual meeting held needs' totaling 94C&24. for progress; and tor which the materials for all Democratic will be on October 20
in Palatka Monday. Mrs. Millie He said this money' was given bonded Indebtedness Is about Nominees. at 6 P.M.
McCoy also a member of Bun. to these families as a grant $730,000.00 The freeholders and I In the future the organization

nell High School faculty, was Food clothing andWS shmrdl I I City Commissioners together BPW CLUB TALKSOF will meet once a month on the
elected to serve as secretary of based on the following needs: face the problems of needed development first Tuesday Mr and Mrs.
the district association. Food clothing and maintenance; of lands and new REAPPOINMENT I John Shotts and )fr. and Mrs.

About 20 Flagler county teachers furniture' for their homes. housing to produce assessable apportionment" will be Sydney Wccksler are the setup

attended the meeting. The assistance was given on property to produce the needed the topic for the panel discus committee for the meeting.
the basis of need and not loss, revenue for the repayment of lion at the Bunnell Civic Center This meeting will be address
Wild hogs are defined as hogs and given In an attempt to re- the bonded Indebtedness tonight The program is sponsored ed by Benton Clifton principal
that are actually living In the store a pre-disaster standard of All Interested citizens and by the Flagler BPW Club of Bunnell High SchooL
wild and cannot be legally I I living. taxpayers may wish to attend and will be at 8 o'clock. Everyone Is asked to bring

claimed as domestic hogs in!I| Mir. Steflik pointed out the this meeting to hear the presentation Guest panelists will be State his own table service, drink anda
private ownership wild hogs Red Cross spent in Flakier Coun- of ordinances and to be Senator Verse Pope and Representative dish to pass, plus table mats.
are not considered game ani-l jty I on this one disaster a totalof I informed by the Commissioners Billy Wadsworth and Rev. Stanton said. Another big
mats until they' have been soj $'7 &$l The fund drive In''as to the City's needs ,and how Robert Hunter of a Daytona plus bring your neighbors.The .
designated by the Game and !i Flagler County netted $OX this they' propose to meet them, the I Beach newspaper. The public 1s business of the meeting
, Fresh Water Fish Commission year. group concluded. invited to attend. will be election of officers.


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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,\ :' _: un.day. October 16, 1964
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In Florida tlve and imported species that first along concrete walks and -
Gardening will add color to the garden. drives. The insect sucks grass
(By Herm Sharpe) For the quickest results get Juice and possibly injects a toxic 24 HourWrecker
flowering size corms this monthor substance, causing yellowish to Service 'VV
Plants are unlike people because next and plant In rich bedsor brownish patches In turf. ]
they must develop harden. boxes of pasteurized soil.
the arteries to stay alive. To check ailing spot of !I
ingiof There are any number of colors an Truck & Tractor Co
So have a heart plant wise to choose from such as yellow grass for chinch bugs, cut both !I! Flagler
and harden your ornamentals so bronze, white and blue. I ends out of a large metal can. (I MASSEY.FERGUSON
won't succumb during the be to but Push one end of the can about .
they They may tricky grow, Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
two inches into the sod and fiU/j
first cold snap. Start the process are worth the trouble. Remember
now as It may take two the Iris likes plenty of water with water. If any bugs .are VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
months to do the Job. Also, you' so plant them close to a present, they'll float to the suri i' Owner Bunnell, Florida
must remember that even frost. pond or a leaky faucet. face.
hardy shrubs can be killed If Chinch Controlling chinch bugs Is a I .
full of tender shoots. Bug problem. But, Florida Agricul ---
they are Keep an eye peeled for lawn's .
Ice likes to form In tender, tural Experiment Station entomologists -
worest chinch
enemy-the bug.
watery stems. The tiny, sharpIce To glimpse this active little say that pesticides I I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
cell walls such as VC 13, EthIon, Trlthlon,I
crystals puncture
rascal, retirees will have to do
and spell doom to plants. more than adjust their bifocals, Dlazlnon and ronnel will kill H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
the bugs, if applied properly. i
The first In hardening
step and the set haveto
younger may Attack I JOHN CAPO. Associate
the
bugs by first laying -
tender shoots Is to cut out rich squint hard or even resort to
foods like nitrogen. Better yet, a hand lens. down a water barrage. Then AIR OXYGEN

stop feeding the plants entirely.If Full grown. chinch bugs are apply al. A the Jar death attachment dealing to chemic a garden ,' CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
you are the average gardeneryou black and only a fifth of an hose is I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
a fine way to spray
overfed the
have already .
Inch long. Their wings are folded the
on pesticide. Dosage varies
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shrubs all summer.A their back, with white
over
with each chemical Phone ID 7-3532
so be sure )
fairly dry fall, with gradu areas showing. The young bugs
to follow
the directions
ally lowering temperatures witha are wingless, reddish with white container label. on the | 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
late Indian Summer, Is also back bands. It takes 20 of these -- ---
helpful in getting plants in nymphs to measure an inch.
shape to take the brunt of This enemy usually attacks
weather sent to Florida from
Yankeeland. Cabbage worms ?
If frost pays a visit before the Sututell JtiqUBcltaol
plants have time to harden, cover
them with cloth, wood, strawor Mewl
sheets of plastic. If you use
plastic, be sure to remove the Six weeks exams are scheduled
alr-tight material shortly after for Grades 7.12 on Wednesday 1J
frost melts. If it is not removed October 14th and Thursday, A
the sun's rays can broil the October 15th. Reports will be issued
plant in its own juice. on Monday, October 19th,
Now is the time to plant and should be returned to the
Easter lily bulbs for next school by Wednesday, October
spring's supply of tall stemmed 21st.
flowers. Prepare the soil aheadof
planting by working in some I LIBRARY CLUB \ \
organic material. Select a site
that is moist but drains well i The Library Club was calledto s I
after a shower. Plant bulbs six order by President Ida Allen I
inches deep and from 6 to 12 i at 7:30: at Mrs. Cannon's house / /l /
inches apart. : September 30.

Try planting iris this fall. After the meeting was calledto \ \
There are several beautiful na order we got down to busi ,sue
ness. We decided to have a
Christmas Party. We also plan-
MILLER no dto have a booth at the Halloween /
ELECTRONICS Carnival. There were \
also a few other activities
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. planned for the year at this

REPAIRS ON TV'S meeting.Of ri /i
the 18 members we have \
WASHERSDRYERS In this year's club 16 showed up
for this meeting. We had refreshments
at the close of the
Call Collect 672.0377 meeting.

ALL WORK: GUARANTEED Reporter,

Jack -Wethertlngton.- -


NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe FIGHT BACK

fin Insurance policies we write still give the same
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
coverage benefits Home Owner's Policy-at very
little extra costRemember

H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
or stop in soon for full details.

H. T. COOK AGENCY WiTH ORIHO

Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunneU. Flo. .



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1BROi DlBROM is concentrated for
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Thursday, October 15, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Human Rabies Books Are My DishBy

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Antiserum Sought Dorothy Romans QUANTITY
They are! So leaving the UjECIVE RIGHTS

Physicians treating a person breakfast dishes unwashedfirst -I METIS RESERVED

severely bitten by a rabid or things first, you know I I TOP ***
suspected animal may soon havean read the late Ian Fleming'sthriller PRICES GOODThursday
antiserum derived from human which I found In the
Friday
donors, according to a Florida Flagler Woman's Club Library. VALUE and Saturday,
Agricultural Experiment Sta LIVE AND LET DIE tells how! S Market Oct.
uper 15 16, 17,
tions veterinarian.The Mr. Bond survived the horrors i I STAMPS ;**
of seeing St. Petersburg for the I'
103 S. Railroad St.
human antiserum precludes first time, a running fight among Telephone 7-3201
the risk of a dangerous tanks of sting rays another 'I i
reaction which sometimes afflicts lethal fish, of being tightly I Fla. Grade "A" WHOLE, QUARTERS, or HALVES

patients treated with hy- tied to a beautiful but strange i
perlmmune horse serum.' girl with a broken finger turn

Dr. George T. Edds, head of Ing black among sharks and:i FRYERS Iba29
the experiment stations veterinary reefs after he saw acres of pirate
gold-but at the last mo
science department, said :a I
drive is ment-what! It's twelve o'clock! I
nationwide currently:
underway to encourage veterinarians I resent Ian Fleming's dying,*hej I: Center RibPORK (TRIMMED)
of the few writers left ,
was one
treatedfor
who have been blood lora who knew how to tell a story.I
rabies to donate
pool of Improved antiserum. I His last one comes out next year CHOPSLEAN lb. 69

Such blood will be collected I TIlE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN
the I ARM. How he could write!
from veterinarians attending !

Florida State Veterinarian Medical duck embryo vaccine," Edds: Juicy TenderCUBE
Association meeting In Tampa said.

Because veterinarians are most
The ultimate aim of the program frequently exposed to rabies and STEAKS lb. 79

is to eliminate "delayed thus treated, they arc consideredthe
serum sickness" which occurs In most likely donors to the
some persons after rabies treatment program.
About 32,000 individuals After the research and development Juicy Lean World's Best

are given rabies vaccine each phase of this project is ALL MEAT GROUNDSTEW

year. completed' it is hoped that a
Edds explained that where potent and safe biological product Jtj 69 BEEF 2 lbs.89 0
hyperimmune horse serum is for use in treatment of exposures for
used to treat bites about the to rabid animals will

head or hands, "the danger Involved then be made available for distribution Flavor Aged (Choice) tb Rib End
in the administration of throughout the countryon

the known rabies to physicians antiserum who is have well an emergency basis. CHUCK STEAK 53' PORK CHOPS 49'

used it to any extent. Reactionsto
the antiserum occur In 20 to O. F. ALT7ORD

50 per cent of the treated per. Registered Pillsbury Blue Seal (Solids) Maxwell Hou.e

sons. Real Estate Broker
The veterinarian pointed out
that when human serum was Bunnell Florida FLOUR OLEO COFFEES

used in the administration of -
-
tetanus antitoxin, the patients I -

had no 111 effects. He said the PETERSON TEXACO 37F lib 5- lib 59-

use of human serum could SERVICE Bag Pk,. Tin
solve the dangerous reaction
ROAD SERVICE
OR YOUR CHOICE

problems.''The highest antibody strength Light Mechanical Work Limit (1) with purchase Limit 2 with purchase of Maxwell Hou.e

against rabies occurs In those Phone 437-3441 Bunnell $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order
t.L1 ,
individuals who have received INSTANT
IIM CIRCUIT COIWT OP
Pasteur .rabies treatment, a MAHMR OIJMTV FMIUIUA.
treatment commonly used before |\ ANfKIIV NO. 4W Cam

the Introduction of the Improved ANNA M. FAUTT Plaintiff, M'ATO .' 89-

CHARLES 0-FAUTT, Defendant SOUP Ea. 10 Jar

NOTICH TO IIKKKNI
CLASSIFIEDADS TilE RTATJi 0. FL4)It1IA. TO: Limit 4 Please
Limit
CIIAULJo'S 0 F'AUTT. (1) of your coMce
$ILVAM tOAD ItVl) NO I with purchase of $5.00 or
I."UEJo.IIOLUNEW JEItMEYYou
Shurfine 303 Can SLICED
are hereby notified that a more food order
tilt has been Sled against you In
the above entitled cause; and you.
hereby required to Ale your anSwer PEACHES 5can.
$100BAKERY
with the Clerk of this Court.
FOR SALE-Complete dark room and to serve a copy thereof upon ITEMS
,
with enlarger $35. Call ID 7-3347 the rboe plaintiff name or and plaintiffattorney address .:
Oct. 15.1tpU.UnCJI RAT NFL1)EN Buh303C.n (CUT) Everfreth
IIUILDINOIAYTONA
under this heading ore not RII.nNN later! than ItFACit November. FLORIDA 1. A. U.
GREEN BEANS 2 for 35
3 cents a word each insertion. l 044. COFFEE ROLLSLaRuta
75 cents is the minimum charge e lf you fall will to be do entered to. decree aj tainat proonfea.o
demanded In the
the relief
FOR SALE-15 cubic ft freezer, till of for complaint. The nature of aid 12 oz. 9Qti*
.
still guaranteed by company. ,ult belnr for:my divorce.WITNESS hand and seal of j

Frostless, excellent condition, .A.lid D.Court 1 H. this Ind day of October CORNED BEEF Can 39- 'L:

$150 cash. Call 4373406. (UtflclaClerk of E.laid A.Circuit 8UYTHE Court .
l0.15
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Oct. 1.154: 25-Ito

FOR SALE 1 Martin gas heater HKQVK.1T KOU niU DINNER ROLLS
Sealed bide will be received In FARM FRESH PRODUCE
with fan; 1 small heater; 1 he offl of the City Clerk of the
City of HunnMI. Florida In thenve
small wood burner. Address 104
until 4:10:
North Central Ave. Flagler Beach !'. on Center the Ind nulldlnr.day of Nonmb.r.A. Cello Select 9 %5C
Pkg
1>. 1M. tor one (1) un 1*
10-15-2tp cylinder tour door iedan. POTATOES 10: 59e
Submit two bide, one with a
of III and c
WANTED IRONING to do at my minimum wheelbase
wheelbase of
one with a minimum FROZEN FOODS
home, reasonable. Pick up & de 111" both with the followingad Fancy Navel
ditional .psciaeallonl:
livery. Phone ID 73669. Minimum ISO h. p. Vl engine ORANfiFS9 Morton'
tfSEPTIC 1..oW". cut-la alternator 59C
10-24
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Heavy II" wheels duty automatic tranemi.Ion. .. for 75-
POT
TANK cleaning; drain ''Fresh. air heater with defroetere. Firm Crisp PIES
fields Installed; snail shelL Rea. .' *
sonable prices. Call George Ja- Spot Color fight- solid cowl white mounted. LETTUCE Hd. 190 (Chicken, Turkey, Beef)

roz, ID 7-3410 3-1-tf wlp.r.Two. speed electric windshield .
All vinyl Interior

To prove CONSTIPATED PUUN-EVAC coataialnf? I'ollr Window package vents THE
brakes METTS
Prunes Flea A &.DD& la world' Heavy duty
Smo-o-the.t. beat and moat natural Heavy duty boek print*absorbers SEE BEATLES ]
laxatlTa, hurry to Heavy duty speedometer
Calibrated
MOODrS PHARMACY Trade-In allowance on Ml. I. SIPER MKT
for gsneroua rREB SAMPLE or cylinder, automatic tranimlMlofi. 4door -
40 tablets for Tic. Over 1.0.00 Ford Oalasle and transi.rlug -
old each year.JoHNSrrs. of: :re.T'ft: oW I car to new
to Eath bid shall b.bMJIor.addressed U =-:-:,=<x x ..o>>xox>: >:oc>x:*:-:o:>>>xo
the City CommlMien.. Bwooell.norlda .
wwlanThe. marked 'I4 OMT tor (IMft.V>fnml t.daor ... 50 FREE 50 FREE | 50 FREE
FLACLEB XEACH REALTY co. .loner reserve the right to reeetny
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT. .laforntallUee and all bide In btddlair.and to waive and ale any TOP VALUE STAMPS g TOP VALUE STAMPS 8 TOP VALUE STAMPS

WATER FRONT FARMS, tiI l .e<.M the bid that beet Tn' IU judgelent With Purchase of g with purchase of 4 With Purchase of
ACREAGE '''' the wjUl city befeir of .the" T 'rt.ier..tOf omelet (1) Complete .g Twin pkf. Ererfre.h A $5.00 or More Food

lee on for your real estate need .*4l WITXem this
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MRS. ROBERT CALVERT

Florence Williams,
I Robert G. Calvert SHOWER HONORS 2i/8 SHURFINE HALVES 12 oz. VAN CAMP'S Ea.


i I Wed St. John's October Episcopal 3rd church of SHELXA Mrs.Palatka Sheila WARD was Westbrook honored with Wardof a PEACHES 3 for 79- CORNED BEEF 49'

Bridgeport, Conn., was decorated
stork shower last Monday at
with gladolus and pompons for I
the Plerhouse Restaurant. Host
the wedding October 3rd at 10 I 46 oz. DELMONTE BLENDED KRAFTS
esses for the party were Mrs.
A.M. of Miss Florence Emily PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
Ellie Goodwin and Mrs. Pat MIRACLE
Williams, daughter of Mr. and, '
Mrs. Frank J. Williams of Flag.' Davis.
Among those attending were: JUICE 3 for 89' WHIP
ler Beach, Florida, to Robert QT. 49-
Lillian Loden, Estelle O. Meeks,
George Calvert, son of Mrs. Mildred JAR
Eileen Cohen, Ida Lerch, Elizabeth
Calvert, 239 Success ave. Limit 1 Please
Westbrook, Mae Westbrook,
nue. The Rev. Harry B. Whitley Margaret Lalng, Maxine Kelly, 303 STOKELY'S C. S. GOLDEN

officiated. Fannie Murphy, Bessie Thiel, KRAFTS VELVEETA
A A
The bride was given In mar. Audry Waterman* Anna Dun. CORN 2 for '
r rlage by her father. She was son, Kay Weaver, Aurora Wilson, CHEESE
gowned In Chantilly lace fash. Ethel Wickline, Louise Taylor, 2Ib 89-
I loned with a square neckline Ruby Hull, Ullle Land, Chancie LOAF
trimmed with sequins, long Weaver, Mary Jo Scale, Florence 8 oz. STOKELY'S
pointed sleeves, and a tiered Seale, Betty Miller, Edna Lehr, TOMATO 22 oz' LIQUID DETERGENT
skirt, also accented with sequinsand Betty Stone Collins, Katie Porte,
ending In a chapel train. Mlttie McKlnnln, Carol Atkin.
She wore an elbow length vei, son, Grace Stefllk, and Betty SAUCE 3 for 29- THRILL49-
of illusion caught to a crown of Stefllk.
Aurora Borealis crystals and SAVE 16c ea.
pearls, and carried a cascade of BAPTIST HOLD
white roses centered with an i CHOIR BANQUET FROZEN FOODS FRESH'PRODUCE _
orchid. i A baked ham dinner was
Mrs. Robert Rosenbaum of served to 18 members and 10 oz. SINGLETON BREADED VINE RIPENED
, Stratford, sister of the bride guests at the annual choir ban.
served as matron of honor and ,quet Saturday evening at the
Mrs. Norton L. Blals sister of First Baptist Church. SHRIMP -. 49' TOMATOES Ib 23'-
the bridegroom, Mrs. Ronald Musical notes in assorted col.
Bartovlc and Mrs. David Pieger ors were used to decorate the
of Stratford were the other bride room signifying the theme of 12 oz. SARA LEEPOUNDCAKE
al attendants. They were all "Harmony for Christ. Fall flow. FIRM HEAD
dressed In emerald green or. ers and candles adorned the Ea 69'
ganza over taffeta, wore matching large dining table. *
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headdresses and carried case Following the dinner, a short
cades of yellow, gold and orange business meeting was held and
pompons. choir officers for the new church DAIRY
Norton L. Blais was best man year were elected. New officers NEW CROP GA. RED
and ushers were Charles Calvert,.are: BLUE SEAL SOLIDS SWEET
f brother of the bridegroom. Ron. President. Judson Stryker; vice
aid Bartovlc and William president Grace Clay; secretary, POTATOES Ib 10-
Jacques. Barbara Stryker; treasurer, May : OLEO 21L.29-
A reception took place in Scol Shill; historian Ruth Schatz; FINE WITH PORK

tins restaurant, after which the librarian. Nancy Fleurie and ................... ... ,
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couple left for a honeymoon in Annie Dunson social chairmen, rrrrfjrfjn jrm < ti S ytiK
the Catskllis. They will live on Marie Fleurie and Ed Schatz; EXTRA EXTRA y
Remington street robe chairman Betty Dunson. 50 FREE V:3U;: FREE 3UR50 ::t"'S

r A graduate of Bunnell High Faye Bass will serve as
School in Florida, and the Li church music director this year 5 & H GREEN STAMPS | A H GREEN STAMPS 5 S & H GREEN
censed Practical Nurses course' and Judson Stryker will continue with this coupon and yourpurchase :tK this coupon and your: With STAMPS
this
at Bollard-Havens Technical to too church song leader. coupon and
of Four .
Light Is of 1 Eyer-Fre.h
School, the bride Is an LPN at The church choir will again Your purchase of 5.00
Bridgeport Hospital. Mr. Cal. I hold weekly practices on Wed. Globes, Any Size win Pack Potato Chips r More Food or
vert is a graduate of Warren ncsday evening at 8:25 directly Order
Harding High School and is an :following mld-week prayer serv' Coupon Expires Coupon __._?
electronics technician with Dear ice. Saturday, Oct. 17, 1964 Saturday, Oct. 17, 1964 SaturduPOOft Expires
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Thursday, October 15, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE:, BUNNELL, FLOKIDA PAGE FIVE
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u. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE



Dianne Greene Oddy-Bass 1 CHUCK ROAST lb. 49


Honored Cola PartyMrs. WithA I AnnouncedMr.Engagement Round Bone ROAST lb. 59

William Deen and Mrs. and Mrs. William R. Bass
M. B. McDaniel entertained Sat. of Bunnell and Flagler Beach,
urday morning with a Cola par. announce the engagement of
ty at the McDaniel home honorIng their daughter, Alice Faye, to CHUCK STEAK lb. 53
bride-elect Dianne Greene. Kenneth Frederick Oddy, son of
Miss Greene will become the Rev. and Mrs. William S. Oddyof
1 bride of Mr. Richard Yelvington Palatka.
In a candlelight ceremony on Miss Bass is a graduate of i CUBE STEAK lb. 79
Friday evening at seventy-thirty, Bunnell High School and attend.I
October 1&Invited ed the Daytona Beach Junior
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guests Included members College School of Nursing, graduating .
s of her graduating class and last June. She recentl
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her wedding attendants.The passed the Florida State Board Wilson's "Corn King" Lean WesternBOSTON
bridal theme was carriedout examination for Registered '
In floral decorations and I Nurses. She is present employ. HAMS 3 anZ29 BUTTS Ib 3ge
favors. The refreshment table ed by Dr. John Canakaris In
was beautiful with a centerpiece Ormond Beach.
Armour Star SMOKED Choice
of mums In the fall Mr. Oddy is a graduate of the JuicyGROUND
shades of orange, beige. Crys. Palatka High School and is currently SLAB BACON 49C BEEF
3 $100
tal punch bowls holding crush. employed with Fairchild tb>> ,lbs, .
ed ice and the Coca.Colas were, Hiller Statos Corporation, Aircraft .
placed at each end of the table.: Division, St. Augustine.The Large OCEANSHRIMP Choice JuicyBRISKET
Dainty finger sandwiches and i wedding plans will be announced .
French pastries were also served.I at a later date. ,,89C STEW 3 ,lbs $100Lean

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RETURNS HOME I Mrs. Nazhla Trad has returned Western (CENTER CUT)
FROM HOSPITAL I home after spending a monthIn
Quebec City, Canada, the
Duke McDaniel returned home PORK CHOPS Ib
guest of her son and daughterin 59'Van
Monday from the Veterans Hospital
law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kiley. .
in Lake City where he recently
Returning she accompaniedKlley's
underwent major surgery. and their four children Camp's 300 Can 2 i/a Can
He will recuperate at home here who are spending the winter $ POTATOESNo.
about a month and will returnto months in Daytona Beach. PORK&BEANS 8 for 1 for$foo
the hospital for further treat.
ment. Our Value CUT 303 Can
of Business
Members the Flagler

FRIENDLY CIRCLE Club and who Professional attended the Woman's dinner GREEN BEANS 7 for$1 MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
TO MEET TONIGHTThe
meeting of the Ormond Beach
Friendly Circle of the Club Monday night were Rosemary Columbus County No. 2% Can COFFEE
First Methodist Church will Brown, Gladys Sturman, '
PEACHES IOO
meet Thursday (tonight) at the Mildred Kahlert, Elizabeth loft, 4 far 1 +n 58Swift's *
home of Mrs. Laura Reyonlds, and Frances Edmonson.
4 Can
Flagler Beach. All members are 01
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
VIENNA
Invited to attend the meeting. Susan Brannam and Carey USAGE S $100
for
Holland, students at Florida
Visiting in Lake City Sunday State University, spent the past
with Duke McDaniel were Mr. weekend here with their parents, DAIRY SPECIAL -
and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brannam and Pillsbury (Plain or Self.Rising)
Butch and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mr. and Mrs. Dean Holland. Southern Belle (Limit 2 Please)
Dobson. Duke was a patient in FLOUR
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the Veterans Hospital there. I LEO IOC
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Features at 7:00 and 9:09LPRESLEY
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With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
SUNDAY & MONDAY 1 (Pkg. of 6) Frozen (1)) Frozen $5.00 or More Food
Shirley MocLoine Robert Mitchum Paul Newman CORN DOGS SARA LEE CAKE Order
Dean Martin Gene Kelly Bob Cummings.Dick Van DykeSunday
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Hey Mom Bring the Kid to our Saturday 8:00 a.m.-llOO p.m. UJS.No.1 DUNNElL
Matinee at 2 p. m. 2 Bit;' Hours of Fun Ir I
Quantity Right Reserved PRICES GOOD Oct. 18,16,17,18,1964H



SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday, October 15, 1964
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Ukrainian CultureIs Asia by Imperial Russia, and elaborately embroidered blouses. symbolic, geometric designs that I A hunter may shoot English
died in 1861. lie has been called Homes are embellished with resemble batik patterns. Mrs. I sparrows, crows, starlings, black
the "Abraham Lincoln of the polished wood carvings, inlay Terpak has several fragile specimens and turkey vultures at allY
Preserved I
by Ukraine." work, and decorated pottery. more than 50 years old. time. All other birds are strictly
Ukrainians are world famous I protected by law.
Them In America : Many Celebrities for their Easter eggs. Using Some 50 Ukralnian language

Ukrainian Americans have brushes made of cat hair, they I publications-from daily newspapers I
Ukralnfan-Americans gave a to scientific
paint the shells in multicolored, journals-
rousing show of strength when succeeded in every major professlon thrive across the United States.
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they paraded through Washing. and in the arts, sciences, Fraternal associations range I jg
ton, D.C', recently. theater, and sports. Well known i from the 84,000-strong UkrainIan -
names Include film actor Jack i "
An estimated 100,000, many in Parlance, Tom Tresh of the New D1ta&O National Association of Jersey ; OPOCRTa llYWU
City, New Jersey, to women'sclubs I( {
native dress, convened in theNation's York Yankees, and the late i
and Plost or'scout grops.
Capital to dedicate a sculptor Alexander Archlpenki. (Continued from page S>
bronze staute to their hero, Taras
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Ukrainians frequently gatherat
Earliest Ukrainian immigrantscame BAND UNIFORM PROJECTS
Schevchenko. their own social centers to II
before the American Revo I
Former President Dwight D. lution. The largest number ar Little Band members, assistedby celebrate Taras Shevchenko festivals II I
Eisenhower unveiled the 14-foot rived between 1890 and 1914. seventh and eighth grade and seasonal holidays.

high statue of the poet-patrlot Though most settled in the large students, are selling canned peanuts -V'V --_ v -il I I
and champion of serfs. Schevh- cities of the East and Middle as a project to earn money
enko was banished to CentralIN for the Band Uniform Fund. Fum
West small can be
groups CommunityMemorial i I
of The Band Parents are holdinga THE EEST
found In almost every part
I' rummage sale October 24 at Churchraterdeuoml..toaal 9 60.RGAIHS tNri
the United States. I I
MEMORIAM-D. D. MOODY I Culture Preserved ., the Bunnell Civic Center. Proceeds +eI
from the sale will go to NrwsPAPaRADS.
WHEREAS, on the 21st day of The ceremony was a reminder AIR CONDITIONED I I
the Band Uniform Fund. ...
September, A.D. 1964, the Lord that some two million Americans Daytona Ave.FLAGLER .
in his divine wisdom called the of Ukrainian descent live I
Mrs. Glenda Pelllcer and BEACH
Honorable D. D. Moody, effec- in the United States. They rep
daughters, Robin, Rita, and School 10:00 A.M.
Sunday
concentrationof
the
resent largest
tionately known as "Dewey, to
the great beyond, and Ukrainians outside the Soviet Ronda, spent the past weekendIn Church Service 11:00: A.M. I
Howey in the Hills with her
WHEREAS, the Honorable D. Union, the National Geographic R. W. DICKERT. PaaUr>>
D. Moody was always helpfulto Society says.Though mother. EVERYONE: WELCOME t'I

Ukranlan- ... .....
the City of Bunnell in its virtually all II A 1. 1Id. &1. J.
William Fryman is a patientin --=
many municipal problems, and Americans were born in the --------
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the Halifax Hospital in Day
WHEREAS, D. D. Moody has United States, they preserve
been a true friend of the people, many of the colorful features tons treatment.: Beach receiving medical CAPITOL SKATING RINK

an active worker and leader in of their East European culture.

his county, in all civic and po "Hospitality is so importantthat i
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wads-
lItical' affairs. Ills long service, no bne visits a Ukrainian NOW OPEN
sincere simplicity, honesty, and home without sharing food and worth left today for a trip to '
Denver, Colorado. They will visit I at Korona on U. S. Highway No. 1 ,
genuine kindness attracted drink, says Luba Terpak, a r
many friends from all walks of Ukrainian author and artist of with their daughter, Virginia, Skating Each Night 7:00 to 10:00

life.BE Washington, D. C.. about two weeks. Saturday and Sunday Matinee

IT RESOLVED by the City Favorite foods are borsch, 2:30 to 4:30
Commissioners fruit holubtsl ( Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lenssen,
of Bunnell, Flor soups, cabbage
ida with rice of the T Double L Ranch, were Use Yours Our Skatesr
that this body does hereby leaves stuffed meat, or
Its and buckwheat ) and in Jacksonville last Thursday
place upon permanent records grits nalynyky -
this expression of bereave.I (cheese or fruit-filled des. attending. a livestock meeting. --- --,
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ment at his demise. I sert crepes.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, I, At social gatherings, Ukrainians I'rr
that this resolution be spread I frequently burst into song
upon the minutes of the City; and perform a jumping dance
Commission and made a permanent with squatting steps.
record and that a copy be I j The Ukrainians take pride in
furnished to the family of the!; handicrafts. Women:: dress them. I
Honorable D. D. Moody. 1 selves and their children In
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remember-additional listings for members of

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no one's left out at bath time
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?" people how to find you.Smart Shoppers heed the with aflag:! !y}{c !! ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

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Researchers we had 140 members. Mrs. Libby . used in stores around town. Subscribe for The FlogUr tribune

Says J/agLr 15eac/ Dean, carnival chairman, reported The next meeting will be on $150 A Tear In Advance

that much money and December 1st with the fifth

Food Is A door prize donations had been mothers IN TIIH COUNTY JI'UGUri counT,
BargainFood (Continued from page 4) grade room serving. KUAtit.im COWVTYi FLORIDA
collected for the carnival. I HMTATH NO. its
Biute or
W M U TO REORGANIZE
is a bargain for the DBWBY D. MOODY,
Everyone was reminded that I
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American consumer, a research. The Woman's Missionary ham dinner tickets were on NOTICH OF I'll Oil AT W

er told the Institute of Food j I Union of the First Baptist sale. The dinner will be Satur RENEW YOUR THE N> STATB ALL raftsoNS OK FLORIOA INTRHBOTBD

Technologists at their Fourth I Church will meet at 7:30 Thursday day, October 24, 5 to 7 P.M* I I DRIVER'S LICENSE ?L t'KDKNT I TUB: :: HMTATB OF THE IJK-

Annual Short Course at the evening, October 15, at the WRING YOUR ' You are hereby no lifted that a

University of Florida recently.K. I home of Rev. and Mrs. A. F. The Halloween carnival will BIRTH MONTH written be the Last Instrument Will and purporting Teitament to
be on Saturday, October 31. It of laid
Stevens. This will be a reorganization I decedent has been admitted
J. young, manager of process meeting and officers will will begin with a costume pa. to You probate are hereby In eald commanded Court. with

research, ttye. Pillsbury Co.,I elected this time. All rade at 3:30: P.M. All children In six (4) calendar month from
be at
the date of the first
publication
said that progress by the entire ladies of the church are invitedto entering the parade are to meetat I HASTINGS MATTRESS I of thus notice to appear In acid

food industry in the develop attend. the pier at 3 o'clock. I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS I Court the action and show of said cause Court It In any admitting why

ment of better food productshas There will be a Womanless 71012 Lemon St. not' stand said Will unre y to oked.probate should

made this so. Wedding in the cafetorium at Palatka, Florida T. K. MCKNIGHT,

The share of disposable In. FBPTA HAS MEETINGMrs. 7:30 P.immediately after the Phone EA 5.9166 County County, Judre.Florida Flatter

come spent on food has declined Viola Tonkin was the carnival-and tickets for it are Furnltu. Upholstering Oct First 1-16-Jl-U-tto publication. on October t, 1MI

steadily while the quality of nutrition guest speaker at the Flagler now on sale. Costume Judgingwill Mattresses Repaired && Box Refinished Springs IN--TIIH-('OITNTJvnOWII--- -------CoUnT-----

has improved, Young Beach PTA meeting Tuesday be done after the paradeat r.fade0 Order. Also Renovated TV.IN AND KOIt KI.AUI.KU CODN.
KI.OII1DA. ntOIIATia KILH
said. evening.Mrs. the school. Call Laura Morris 437-3233 NO. 71':1:
Mrs. Kenneth Whitney, president Estate ofCKWKY
After 6:00 P. M.
The developing market demand Tonkin told the group D. MOODY.
announced the winners of PRICES REASONABLE. L>eceaed
for new products, higher about the world cruise she took the poster contest. They are: BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. TO AX CltKUITOna AND H5UPONS -

costs for their development and last summer and emphasized I first prize, Jack Collins; second, Just as near MANDy HAV1NO AOAIN8T CLAIMS SAW KSTATW Oil HW-:

introduction, and the high cost her talk with actual photographs Vicky Perritt; and third Pat Phone or Post Office You. and each of you, are hereby
notified to
nie. In duplicate, all
of product failures have caused;I shown effectively on a Duncan. The entire sixth Drop Ui A Card or Call claim and demand which you
grade
their i I Free Pick-up & Delivery have airain.t the Ketate of DKWMY
food companies to study screen. I
made posters and all will be 1>. MOODY, peceaced. In the office
new product development organizations i of Honorable T. K. McKnlcht.
I She pointed out that it was County Judire. at his office In the
and processes, he Court Home at liunnell. Florida,
.
: important that American tourists within six l (t> calendar monthe
pointed out.Another leave good impressions FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT from October ith. 11(4, which ta
In. date of the n l. publication'
short course speaker: wherever they go and how of this Notice. Each claim or demand -

told the institute that most' thankful we should be that we AMBULANCE tate: the must place be of In residence; ;, must poet

manufacturers cannot live with. live In a land of plenty and PHONE VAlley 4 1625 eater be sworn address to,of and the claimant must be, must tiled

out new products. In the next that our children may grow big SERVICE a* aforesaid or else same will become

three years alone about 75 per and strong with our abundanceof ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Is/void.Murtlce Richardson\ Moody

of the nation's in Mrs. and 1<:ucutrl1t
cent growth food. Daisy Moody
J Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We First publication on October I, n.
sales volume will come from Mrs. Jennie Newell assisted WALTJna IJ, sMni

new products, including new Mrs. Tonkin in showing the '= are always at your service with promptness safety and DAN 1121!: P, McDONALT)

brand experience. Attorney for Nse
names. photographs.The 111 Kaat Central lloulevard

He said that for every five sixth grade room mothers Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator Oct Orlando, 11.16.33.33--4ta Florida

products emerging from re- served refreshments during the IN TIIM ClltriTIT COUllT, Of
research and development de. informal meeting that followed. Garcia Funeral HomeP. KI.AI1I.KII ('OPNTV, KI.OIUIIA
.
IN
rilANCKUY NO. 4 I7
sixth the
technical The grade won room FUIOD1CU1CK: J.
partments as successes, atllHON
E. Licensed Funeral Director
count. GARCIA rialntlff
there is an average of only one
commercial success. I Mrs. Charles Meekins, membership LADY ASSISTANT EMMA MAIUOUIB o 10M 1'1,

I chairman, reported that WUWUWVWA NOTirU TO KKMNI Defendant l>
THIQ HTAT14 Die KI>II(1I>A. TOi
KMMA MA1UOKIU -OII1KON,
'U KAlltLAWN AVICNUW:
TORONTO It,
e You are hereby : .Athat a
suit has been filed<< aralnit you In
the above entitled cause= and you
are hereby required to Ale your an
wer with the Clerk of Court,
NfJfW1 6 and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,
whose n.me.n address I I..
KAY RKLDKN
HKI.PHN IllilLDINrt'
1MVTONA mUCH FIXWIDA
not later than November I, A. D.
IIU.
If' you fall to do *o, decree pro
eonfeaeo will be entered aiialnet
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce
WITMCflH; my hand and seal of
M t aid. Court thl. tnd day of lctoberUrtlcl.ll.rk
A l>. Jill.
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of eald Circuit Court
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL.. FLORIDA Thursday, October 15, 1964
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'MooreWelcomed and credentials and Issued a over the dark continent and took Bunnell Motor Co. years-Wayne Hutcheson Richard -
Don formal welcome by Howard Tay several hundred colored slidesof : Jarosz, and Lee Dodgen.
lor who presided in the absenceof African flora and fauna. His Punt Pass Kick
Into President Tom Lenssen. pictures and narration were I Group 11: Greg Robertson,
most to club Big SuccessPhil Jack Collins, Kirk Robertson;
Orville Davis, retired Orange enlightening mem
Local ClubDon i Group 12: Mike Barber, Russell
Rotary county school principal, present. bers. Of particular interest were
Martel winner for the Wetherington, and Donald
ed an Interesting program on his pictures which showed Rotary was i Pellicer. -
Moore, successor to the life in modern Africa. Mr. Davis, Club signs along the African fourth straight year in the Punt; Group 13: Benny Geller,
late Dewey D. Moody as tax assessor retirement from school roads Indicating when and Pass, and Kick competition John Cook, John McDaniel.
for Flagler county, was upon the Bunnell Motor I,
sponsored
work, took a job as liaison officer where Rotary Clubs met. He by Leslie Pache, director of the
welcomed into membership of Co. The competition was held!I
spoke of the problems which
with a construction com Punt, Kick and Pass competition,
Rotary Club of Bunnell Thurs. in the football stadium Satur I
pany on a government job in the British government was would like to thank
everyone
day at the Masonic Hall. Africa. : facing In Kenya, one of Its African day, with a large group of boys I for their help and all the boys
8 to 13
He was presented with his pin While he traveled extensively I possessions.Coy ages competing. for their fine cooperation.The .
--- ___ I II II II Mike Barber became a three. competition is sponsoredeach
Rev and Mrs. Howard Porter Harris, a long time but time winner with Benny Geller year by Ford Motor Co.
presently inactive Rotarian; was and Greg Robertson as high and the Bunnell Motor Co.
tl MM welcomed to the meeting. Jim scorers of the day. Competitionwas
a
Taylor, a member of the Hast very keen and the affair
ST. THOMAS CHURCH
I
ing sRotary Club, was a guest. was very successful.
(EpUcpal)
Contest winners were: 8-year-: South Anderson Street
John Cannon submitted the old-Rocky Hunter, Zane Kelley, Rev. James Sunday Henry Services Taylor, Jr.
report of the nominating com Craig Wilder; 9-year group- 10:30 a m. Church School
11.15 a.m. Morning Prayeri and
iL mittee. The nomination was accepted Phil Martel, Davey Solomon, Sermon
I the club and Charles Daniel Zimmerle; group 10 Holy Communion lit Sunday
by I __.______ .__u_
N Tonkin was elected to the officeof
I k vice president. COLD DISCOMFORT?

John Cannon also reported to
v the club that the sponsorship of j1. 1 rM get COMPLETE RELIEF j
Boy Scout Troop 472 has now lYV
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of cold
officially ceased. The First Bap A symptomsIN
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tist Church of Bunnell ha assumed
sponsorship of the troop' ONE bi-med LOZENGE

by request.
COUGHING controlled with D-Methorphan RUNNY NOSE
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter are shown at a reception
The club continued to formulate WATERY EYES stopped by Antihistamine NASAL CONGESTIONeased
the of the First Methodist
given recently at Parsonage Its
for Club Assembly
plans
Church. with Phenylephrine SORE THROAT soothed with Benzocaine.
which will take place October
The reception was honoring the Porters on the occasion 21 and 22 when District Governor Convenient pocket pack Pleasant tasting
of their 25th Wedding Anniversary. The silver Raymond Dyson of Pensa-I no water necessary.Can be taken anywhere.ONLY$0.00
service was presented to them by members of the church. cola will visit and review the
Rev. Porter is pastor of the church. work of the club. ] MOODY'S PHARMACY
437-3661 Bunnell

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you are over 65, facing
FOR medical expense and

can't pay for it. . it's . '

yours for the asking, already .

. provided for by
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GAS FUEL OIL law. The Kerr-Mills Act

.". offers a Health Opportunity
Program for the El.

derly with the federal
LUBRICATION NEEDS and state governments

If: \. sharing the cost. '

'5:| f< In most states this

QUALITY PRODUCTS ..;;:m., care is far, far greater "
J\\ than that offered by

Medicare proposals. .

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LOW COST I":"
If you are elderly,
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; needed medical care, ask

FAST SERVICE your doctor about the
Health Opportunity Pro

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SERVING

HEALTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM FOR THE ELDERLY

HELPS THOSE WHO NEED HELP

All Flagler County

I VOLUSIA COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY '

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