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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 22, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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. VOLUME 52, NO. 42 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR ,, i

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Brumley Speaks WOMAN'S CLUB TO Bulldogs Wins From CITY COMMISSIONERSHOLD +I 'Matthews Will i

I PRESENT BOOK SHORT SESSION \

To Quarterbacks REVIEW WEDNESDAYA D & B 30-25 HereThe In a short seslon Monday eve.I Talk at Banquet \

I sodal meeting of the Flag Bunnell Bulldogs beat the nlng the Bunnell City Commissioners .
, Tuesday Night ler Woman's Club will be heldat D & B Dragons Friday night voted to place garbagecans Of Farm Bureau :

the Clubhouse at 2 P. M. on here 3025. along U. S. Highway 1 for I''
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Guest speaker at the Quarter. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat ;
back Club last Tuesday Night I Wednesday, October 23. Xfcs. In the first period Bruce Os. I the convenience of travelers. thews will be guest speaker at I

was H. L. (Foots) Brumley, coach Walter Cody will give the review trout for D & B passed to James Commissioner McDaniel suggested the Flagler Farm Bureau on t :

I of Hastings High School. He on the book "The Ladles of Rich Leek for the first TD. PAT run the containers be lettered"Don't Monday at 7 P.M. at the Civic ; I'I

spoke on the relationship be. I mond. The author of the book failed. Walton Cowart threwto Be A Litterbug"Also Center. The banquet is an an. I '..
, 'Is Katherine M. Jones. 1 Ford for Bunnell's voted to ask the State I I
Arthur l'
tween the two schools during nual affair of the Farm Bureau
the past 13 years he has been : Miss Emily Gage Is planning I Ii first TD. Walter Townsend'skick Road Department to repair the for their families and several I
r In Hastings. i special music for the occasion.I was good. Ostrout passed to large bumps in the Highway I Invited civic leaders. ,

y Next week's speaker has not :Hostesses for the afternoon will Leek later in the same periodfor at the south end of the City, The program will be openedby I

been announced. Meeting startsat I be Mis. Jasper White and Mrs. a 70( yd. TD pass. PAT failed. Discussed hiring a woman as Lewis Wadsworth, president, \
Cafeteria : R. K. Hirst. The public Is In. McDaniel janitor of the Civic Center; and
7:30 In the school Second period Tom who will call for brief reports ,
r everyone Interested Is welcome. 1 voted to attend.iMETHODISTS. went off right tackle for a 9 the Christmas lighting plan for from several standing commit j

I' yd. TD. Townsend's kick good. the City this year. tees. Congressman Matthews

HOLD Later Townsend caught a 17 yd. will then speak on national pole :

Howard Wsehaupt LOYALTY DAY AND I' pass from Cowart for the Bulldogs SC Club Hears Ides affecting agriculture.
4th TD. Townsend's kick Matthews has Just returned

Addresses RotaryHoward GROUND BREAKING I good. Halftime score Bunnell from Washington since the re
Elects
Sundays Loyalty Day contri 2112. ( Clifton cent adjournment of Congress.
Wlsehaupt of Flagler buttons and pledges for the Starting off the third period's This will be his first recent visitto
, Beach was guest speaker at the parsonage fund of the First I I scoring was Andy VonDoltren's Slate of Officer I Flagler County and he stated

f Rotary Club of Bunnell Thursday Methodist Church of Bunnell amounted *I pass from Ostrouut for 40 yardsfor that he hoped his schedule
\0 noon. Mr. Wlsehaupt Is widely to $43,53400, Rev. How his TD. Steve Buck's PAT Guest speaker at the October 1 would allow ,him some time on

t known as a toastmaster and aft. ard Porter said today. Part of i run failed. Billy Cauley ran 35 20 meeting of the Flagler Senior I Monday afternoon to visit some I I
Citizens Club was Benton Clifton
er-dlnner speaker. He was Intro. this amount is pledged to yards for TD. Townsend's kick of the farms and ranches in !
I, duced by program chairman Ly. spread over a three-year period.I good. Bunnell made D&B scorea supervising principal of Flagler County. t
schools. There
Flagler County
man Gage. Other pledge cards are being re safety for 2 points. Last year the Flagler Farm I
were 29 members present to hear
Mr. Wlsehaupt spoke briefly celved this week. Cash alreadyIn j{, Then in the final period Os. Bureau sponsored "Doyle Conner L
Clifton who spoke on the edu
I I of community pride and cooper. the building fund, before trout threw a TD pass to Leek Day" which was most success X
cational facilities available to
atlon In promoting the growth Sunday's Loyalty Campaign, was for 80 yards. Ostrout ran around ful. This year being family i
and development of the City of $6,000.00. left end to make the last PAT the youth of Flagler County. night it is expected that well
Clifton, who assumed his present
. Bunnell. Work on the parsonage Is ex. good. Final score 3025.: over 100 persons will attend the -,
this at the begin.ning
He emphasized the Import. pected to get underway this Bulldogs season record stands post year banquet meeting Danny C. I j
of the school term, was .
ance of positive thinking and .
week. now at 3.2.Beach Johnston and John A. Clegg are
concrete public relations activi formerly assistant principal of f
Ground breaking ceremonywas in charge of arrangements for
ties In combating the anticipated held following the Sunday Mlllbrook District schools at the annual affair eSTATE
effects of the opening of In I morning worship service. Turn. Rawleigh, N. C. He pointed out tf
f( School that Flagler County's high
terstate Highway 95. He deplore I ing the first four spades of soil OFFICERS
ed the tendency on the part of schools remain on the accredited
on the ground were T E. Hoi .
some towards negativelsm and Honor RollThe list in the face of problems WORKING F.OR 'i
den as chairman, of the building '
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difficulties!
which have created
t defeatism. "Bunnell will take .,
committee Ray Mercer'6S '
if ; Hongg! joljpf FlaglerBeach" tot schools in some other Florida PRESIDENT-.JQHNSON
.., this Innovation in stride its. Layman George Moody, Sr, a
for ; Et"emenfary&ho l for the counties, Including VolusU Sr. received 0'
'dtlzenry will work a bettet member of the church organizing George Moody,
town and make It known that: in 1909 and the first six weeks period includes and DuvaL the following telegram from
group ; pas t
visitors and tourists are welcome tor Howard Porter. the following students: The following officers were 1' Governor Farris Bryant State
Rev
," Wlsehaupt said. Rev., Porter said his sermon Grade 4-Ralph Abraham, Jack 1 elected to serve the Senior Citizens Treasurer Ed Larson, Secretaryof

President Tom Lenssen pre. for morning will Rawlins, Patrda Black, Karen Club for the 19C4-G5 year: State Tom Adams, Commissioner .
topics Sunday
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sided and welcomed Elmer E. be 'Too Tell The Truth. The Duncan, Thea Heln, Debbie Chairman, Rev. E. Lester Stan. of Agriculture Doyle Con

Nason of Titusvllle and Jim Tay evening topic will be "Platform. Meeklns. ton; Secretary, Mrs. Mildred Sar ner, Attorney General Jimmy
lor of Hastings as visiting Ro Palaver." Grade 5-Jeffery Taylor, Sue ,gent; Treasurer, Mrs. Helen Kynes, and Supt. of Public In.
ta rlans. Ellen Seale, Lynn Ward. Creal; Registrar, Mrs. Roger structlon, Tom Bailey, this week.
President Tom appointed a i Grade 6-Sandra Abbott Jack Hoose. Named publicity chair. "Congratulations upon your
I committee to study the needs of UDC CHAPTER MEETS I Collins, Patricia Duncan Frederick man was Walter Creal, while appointment as Flagler County

r ." Flagler County in so far as game I THURSDAY AFTERNOONThe I II Fruits, Debra Johnson, Pam Mrs. Sydney Wekeler and Mrs. Campaign Chairman for Presi I\
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laws ar concerned and charged I E. Johnston I I McDaniel, Victoria Perritt, Linda John Schott were appointed to dent Johnson. We are confident
Gen. Joseph
r: them with the responsibility of Chapter of the UDC met Thurs. I Smith. the table decorating committeeand that your leadership, and under .

submitting recommendations day with Mrs. Hazel Holland : John Schott and Sydney the leadership of campaign
which the club may, In turn, Wekeler were placed in chargeof chairmen in the other CO coun 'I
and Mrs. Emma Murray as IT'S TRICK OR
forward to the Game and Fresh table set-up. tics that Florida will be In the '
hostesses. The meeting was at
Water Fish Commission in Tal TREAT FOR UNICEFThe Following a 6 o'clock potluck Democratic Column In Nevem i
the home of Mrs. Holland.
lahassee. The purpose being to, Proceeded by a social hour young people of the Flag supper and the feature of the ber."

help Improve the administration and sweet course the program ler Beach Methodist Church will evening, members played cards Mr. Moody said It is very sig

of hunting and fishing opportunities I members Introduced the words be calling on you, Tuesday, October until adjournment. Next meet nlfldant that the state cabinet
for the citizens of the I and music of the "Bonnie Blue 27th, between 6 and 7 P. M. Ing of the club will be November along with our U. S. Senators

county. The committee is Dean Flag Which was the official If they are wearing an orange 3 at the Woman's Club and the Congressional Delega

Holland, chairman, Rob Deen song during the war betweenthe and black emblem you know building in Flagler Beach. tlon are all actively supportingthe

and Lyman Gage. states they are donating Trick or Treat campaign for President

President Tom announced that' Patsy Durrance gave a reporton contributions to UNICEF, the BILLY MATTHEWSPLANS Johnson, and hopes this Coun

District Governor Raymond Dy the State Convention held in' United Nations Children's Fund. TO VISIT ty, with the other counties of
son of Pensacola has resigned Tampa recently. The Chapter: Did you know that through the state will be back In the
the district governorship of Rotary i IN DISTRICT
was proud to announce our as UNICEF- Democratic Column this Novm
District 694 for health ,reasons sodate member, Mary Ketus One penny provides five large i Congressman D. R. (Billy) ber,

and that William Hamrick, Holland, was elected to serve I II glasses of milk; one nickel becomes I Matthews said after a brief vacation
a past district governor of the I jas state treasurer. enough BOG vacdne to he hopes to accept a Saturday Set I
district, had been appointed by The President Leona Knight protect :5 children from tuber. number of engagements in the
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the president of Rotary International presided at the business meeting. culosls; one dime becomes cute 8th Congressional District, beginning For PTA DinnerThe
to fill the unexplred term. fldent pcnldllln to cure two this week.

He said also that Hamrick had children of yaws.. "My new office will be in the Flagler Beach Parent..
found it necessary to rescheduleclub State ScholarshipExaminations Let's be generous in our giving Federal Building In Galr.es Teacher Association will sponsora

assembly which was originally HeldThe to this worthy cause. vine and will be on the 3rd ham dinner Saturday, Oct 24,5
been set for October 2122.
floor. Congressman Matthews to 7 P.M. in the school cafe

annual State Nursing and Rev. Pinner said. He also stated he would torlum.
MILES REUNION 1 Teaching Scholarship examinations be available for visitors a good I I Mrs. Bill Tldwell is chairman ,
THIS SUNDAY I were held at Bunnell High AnnouncesSennon part of the fall. Appointments and Mrs. Clarence Weaver .is co.

School on Tuesday of this week. Topic may be made with my Secretary chairman. Tickets are available
NEAR BAXLEYThe The tests offer an opportunityfor Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr.. of the by telephoning Franklin 6-4215! 1]{r from any member or by calling j

Annual Miles Family Reunion FUgler County students to First Baptist Church announcedthe In Gainesville.The II 439-2157. The, menu consists of !

will be held at Wesley compete for scholarship grants following sermon topics for Congressman said he was ham yams, green beans, bis*
Chapel, located in Bacon Coun ranging from three to five hun Sunday, October 25. looking forward to a long visit I cults, peact cabbler and coffee

ty Georgia, between Baxley and dred dollars per year for four Morning: The Freedom of in the District following almost or milk. Please come out and

New Lacy, just north of Georgia, years of college work or three Protestant. Evening: The Neg{{I two yearlong sessions In Wash support your PTA.
Highway 99 and near the Miles i years of professional training lect of the Spirit." Ington. The Halloween Carnival will

Bridge, on Sunday, October 25.j In some cases the nursing Services will be held again at be next Saturday, October 3L

A basket dinner will be served scholarship may be used for St. John's Chapel this Sunday Fosteriana at the Stephen Foster !
at noon. Friends and relativesof I I only one year in the case of th, Sunday School Is at 9:30 A. M. Memorial at White Springs Atoms in white dwarf star

the family are cordially invited student who desires to use it to and evening preaching at 7 P.M.' includes the nameplate of a!are so tightly packed that the

to come and enjoy the oc aid him or her In becoming a Youth Fellowship will meet at World War II merchant ship(stars may weigh 15 tons per

cas1on.f (Continued on Page 12) 6 P.M. All are invited to attend.,named for the famous composer. cubic inch.

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday. October 22, 1964
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Beach i

fager a FLAGLER FOODSTORE ,

i BEST MEATS N
Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur Docken- here after spending the summerin _
dorff and Miss Nancy Docken-' Camp Burke, Vt. On their re-
droff have returned to their tume to Flagler Beach they \
home after a vacation of three stopped In Rldgefleld, Conn., for;
weeks In Boston, Mass. a visit with their sons, Robert, Jr.I I
and Edgar and their families PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraser THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY- RESERVED 'j I,
have returned to their homeUKODKST JOHNSON MEMORIAL OCT. 22, 23, 24, 1964
CHAPEL COVERED

Sealed bid* will FOR be BIDS received In DISH DINNER U. S. CHOICE AGED BEEF WESTERN
the office of the City Clerk of the i The Johnson Memorial Chapel
CUT of Bunnell, Florida, In the SIRLOIN OR RIB CENTER CUT RIB
Civic Center Bulldlnff. until 4:s0 I will have a Halloween Dinner ,I
1'M. on the 2nd day of November WS ..-, Wednesday, October 28, at 6:30: I
PORK CHOPS tb 69
cylinder88fourordoor Submit two bids,esedl one n. with a P.M. Everyone is asked to dress STEAK Ib 98
minimum wheelbase of 115' and for the occasion. Prizes will be

one 119",with both a with minimum the following wheelbase: additional of- given for the best costumes. CHUCK. FAMILY PALM RIVER SLICED
speclfcatlons.Minimum : This is a Sunday School and
260 h;p. VI engine
Low cut-In alternator Church Dinner Everyone is tt
Heavy 15" wheel duty automatic transmls- asked to bring a covered dish. STEAK 59 BACON It 49
I IA.
Sunday School is at 10 o'clock
.Ion.Frelh air heater with defrosters.Power
steering .M. each Sunday with Church : COPELAND'S
mounted. LEAN MEATY ;
Spot light solid cowl white Service at 7:30: P.M. Everyone
Color Ib Roll
Two speed electric windshield i jis welcome. : SPARE PORK

wipers.All Window vinyl vents Interior I I I SPARE RIBS It 49' SAUSAGE 39''

Police packageHeavy duty-brakes :THE BOOK NOOK'I
duty '
Heavy Heavy duty shock absorbers I _,".. T ""_' "" &......." ...'" ....."7."""' ....... I ,
Calibrated speedometer FLORIDA UNDER FIVE FLAGSby
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Trade-In allowance on 1962
cylinder, automatic transmission <- Rembert W. Patrick has been' MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE 24 oz. BOTTLE
Oalaxle and tranderring
door of Ford car new presented to the Flagler Worn.
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to be : rSe:3"lnd I'o an's Club Library in memory of:
Each bid shall be addressed to CRISCO OIL
the City Commission Bunnell.Florida D. D. Moody by Mr. and Mrs.
marked "Bid I for 1 65, 4- .
door sedanThe City Commissioners Harold Massie together with Mr. ; ?
reserve the right to reject and Mrs. Philip A Kester They
any and all bids and to waive any
informalities In bidding, and also have also given to the Libraryin
to accept the bid that In Its Judgment 1 Lb. 59'' BOT. 29'
will be for the best Interest memory of Corbett Sullivan,
of the City of Bunnell, Florida. FLORIDA'S FLAGLER by Sidney. Can
WITNESS my hand and official
seal this 6th day of October, A V. Walter.
1964. City of nunn l1. Florida A desk lamp has ,been givento Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

A Shelton B. Barber Mayor the library by Mrs. Philip A.' ..-
Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk Kester and a charming statuette.I
Oct 16.22.29-4to And she has loaned some copiesof

ST. THOMAS CHURCH watercolors of scenes on the $ SALE $
pampas by Argentine's foremost
South(Anderson ISpUeepal)Street artist, A. Menocas. HI C FRUIT DRINKS 46 oz. Can 3
Rev. James Henry Taylor, Jr. for
Sunday Pervlr
10:30 a.m. Church School According to Florida law,
JUMBO SIZE
11:15 a.m, Morning Prayers and
SCOTT TOWELS
Sermon I boaters are not allowed to use 3 for
Holy Communion lit Sunday sirens or flashing red lights on

HUNTS TOMATO SAUCE 8 Can .
,9
l for
COLD DISCOMFORT?
.. Moo

}I'M get COMPLETE RELIEF. VAN CAMPS PORK & BEANS* 4 for


/ $ of cold symptomsIN GREEN GIANT PEAS 303 Can 5 for .

ONE bi-med LOZENGE SHURFINE 303 can '
FRUIT COCKTAIL 5.r

,. COUGHING controlled with D.Methorphan RUNNY NOSE 300 Can
WATERY EYES stopped by Antihistamine NASAL CONGESTION LYKES CHILI & BEANS 5 for

eased with Phenylephrine SORE THROAT soothed with Benzocaine. 12
Can
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NIBLETS CORN 6
Convenient pocket peck. Pleasant tasting for
no water necessary.Can bi taken anywhere.ONLY$0.00
SUNLITE TOMATOES 303 Can 8
MOODY'S PHARMACY for'

437-3661 Bunnell ftcT CUT GREEN BEANS 303 Can 8 for


Announcing For East Flagler BUSH KIDNEY BEANS sooc" 10 for


Mosquito Board SAXET FIELD PEAS 30oc'n10for

DAWN 5 / oz can
Having served as Commissioner of East Flagler MUSHROOM STEAK SAUCE 10 for

Mosquito Control District since the creation of the

District, I feel the present Board, through experience FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE -

is best prepared to carry on the work which

is outlined by experienced Entomologists of the 6 oz. SEALD SWEET FROZEN RED .TOKAY

State Board of Health.

The State has paid more than 65 per cent of JUICE 4 cans T GRAPES 2- 29

the cost and they have full control of the plans. for
JONATHAN
Your money has been.spent for the clean up 24 oz. WINTER GARDEN SCHOOLBOY

of Mosquito Breeding grounds, equipment, and

building to house needed equipment and materials. FRUIT PIES 31 APPLES 4 tb 29'

Office space has been free; labor has been paid APPLE PEACH CHERRY Bag

the same as other Districts in the State. We have
experienced help and all have worked for the same SHURFRESH (LIMIT 3 PLEASE)

purpose-ELIMINATING THE PESTS. .
BISCUITS SY'Nrh

State Auditors have given u!& excellent management CANWyVWVUW

in their audit reports. The State Board of .. ,,"""' "MAWWWVUWVW w\tiwr..!'.".v.....vti .ww
Health has shown confidence in the present Board.
50 EXTRA SOiSO 5050 SOS
TO UPSET TilE BOARD WITH INEXPERI

ENCE WILL ONLY DELAY THE COMPLETIONOF & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

TilE GOAL-ELIMINATION OF THE PESTS. with this coupon and your! with this coupon and your! With this coupon and

DO NOT BE PERSUADED BY FALSE PROMISES. purchase of French's purchase of Large size Your purchase of $5.00 or

THIS IS TOO IMPORTANT TO OVERLOOK Cattleman's Faultleu More Food Order
BAR-B-Q SAUCE SPRAY STARCH .
Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
George Moody
Saturday, Oct. 24, 1964 } Saturday, Oct. 24, 1964 :: Saturday, Oct. 24, 1964
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,
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and can Iron out all difficulties makes up the other par. I
Late whether they occur in Viet Nam, Since the family is no longer' .R.
Too Cuba, Russia, Berlin, Darkest a self-sufcient unit producing I 24 Home .. .
1 Africa or in outer space. All what It consumes, the average I Wrecker Service 'iV
To Classify they ask is your cooperation and family will spend over a quarter i
support, In short your vote. Giveit million dollars in a lifetime. I
MY RuseU JCOT and you can rest assured no Mrs. Kendall believes that I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co, i
will families benefit more by
matter what the cost they can
In an election year politicians will pay the bill and gladly, with wise spending than by putting! MASSEY.FERGUSON
mad.
They
go stark, staring and promise your money. the same effort in trying to In. Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment
anything
tell you I
to either get In officeor They love their children and crease their Income.
anything DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
are Important consumers VIRGIL
Teenagers
In office. yours and haven't a worry in I
stay the world about the burden they too, spending about 13 I Owner Bunnell, Florida
I Desperate for any argumentthat might place on them or what billion dollars a year. It Is desirable i .
bring in a vote they .
might that they gain --
Inflation will do to all of us competence I ----
scream, yell and tear their hair the more we give, the more get, as consumers. I
r with frantic appeals. They are the more we spend, the more To be competent consumers,
for everything and against we make and to Hell with the Mrs. Kendall recommends that I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
f nothing, unless It happens to cost of living and the day of people follow good shopping .
be the candidate that opposes reckoning. Who cares about practices, make economic choices I A. B. CRAIG. Funeral Director

them." our children or our children's based on their needs and income|' JOHN CAPO. Associate
They love the old folks, God children. They can spend them. and properly use and care forgoods. I
bless 'em, our noble senior citizens OXYGEN
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like
Into
selves prosperity just
makes no difference wheth. we did and laugh off the budget I CONDITIONEDCHAPEt I LADY I EQUIPPED
live In a $25,000 a
er they year ATTENDANT
or are begging a and national debt for what they A Florida fisherman may not I > AMBULANCES
apartment
really are, a lot of doggone
use a bass to catch another bassas
skid
of coffee
for on
dime a cup I
honey. the law prohibits the use of I Phone ID 7-3532
row. They deserve anything we I
do for them and a lot more. And the old folks, God bless bass or pickerel or any part of I 201 E. MOIJY} \ BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA
They love labor, provided It them and the laborers, God help these fish as bait.
I and all the rest, cheer --- -
belongs to a union, whether, it them,
hour and themselves hoarse and throw all I
makes $2 or $10 an
to reason and common sense to the
want the working man get
( a break. They sit proudly on winds as they see only the per. ?
Cabbage worms
the right hand of the labor boss sonal benefits that might pos
and scream for Justice and fair sibly come to them as a resultof
play. They smirk, at the television such a mad program.
cameras and yelp into Why can't we have freedom
microphones to make their position NOW? Why can't we have hospltallzatlon -
clear. nursing homes and
They love America, the land medical care, why can't we havea F' II
of the free and the home of the shorter work week, higher
I brave. They wave the flag until pay and longer paid vacations? .
their arms ache. They are Why can't we have all the "
\, for preparedness for defense, for blessings the good Lord intended
freedom and they will spendour us to have, why can't we
dollars to the last penny have all of It NOW?
I to insure them. Our dollars, not Stop screaming, we can haveit
$ theirs, and some of the candidates all and NOW if we listen to
have plenty, so much in our friendly candidate. We can
fact that they hire auditors to, have everything our heart desires .
try to hide their wealth with and two dollars besides.
mixed up figures and double All we have to do Is vote for
.' talk. the right candidate.It /
They know all the answers Is as simple as that, be.
lieve it or not! 1 I

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Earn That CountsIts
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not what you earn that
REPAIRS ON TV'S
counts. .. it's what you spend.
WASHERSDRYERS Earning an Income is only
part of earning a living, says
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, marketing
Call Collect 672.0377 specialist, Florida Agricultural

I ALL WORK GUARANTEED Extension income for Service.goods Spending and services that



\I I NEW-FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE FIGHT BACK !

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

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take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
or stop in soon for full details. WITH ORTHO

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Oct. 22, 23, 24
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their patronage during the past two years. SALE

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valuation. assessed of only purposes school schools. public for outlay capital and
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exemp the and only purposes school for taxable be institutions state of behalf on outlay capital for Collector Tax : ....
shall property real contiguous and home on valuation -expended be may fund school state the 'of principal the -.'i.'.-, .
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revised. further and members 43 of consist shall Senate the ( 1 )Dem( POPE A. VERLE Congress in Representative For
changedor divided created hereafter circuit judicial a and Representatives 112 of consist,shall resentatives '
partof a formerly county any in residing Judges circuit Rep of House the that providing Census and ment )One for Vote( purpose.CONGRESSIONAL that
of number the in reduction no be shall there that Apportion. to relating Constitution Florida the of VII for provided space blank the in name his write
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appointive office the making county such any of electors )Dem( SMITH E. MARY !, )One for Vote( Vice-President For
qualified the of vote majority a by affirmed, is State of Secretary For
HUMPHREY H. HUBERT
proposition the wherein Seminole and Putnam Beach Palm
Okeechobee. Martin. Lake. Escambla of counties the )One for ( STATE President For
: in Instruction Public of Board County the by pointed RegistrationVote of Supervisor JOHNSON B. LYNDON
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: PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA, Thursday, October 22, 1964
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.I'' PLASTIC DISHPANwith

$5.00 or more

I Foe THRIFTY MEAT ORDERU.
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:Miss Green and and Mrs. Ray Carle. Presiding' SHOPPERS
at the punch bowl was Mrs.
Mr. Yelvington
Hugh Lungren, sister of the
Exchange Vows S. D. A. CHOICE BONELESS
groom. Miss Nedra Benedict,
Miss Linda Dianne Greene be. and Mrs. levi Brannam. TTOIf(1(
came the bride of Richard Lester Following a short honeymoontrip :: ROAST lb.> 79*
Yelvington In a double ring to south Florida the couple RUMP .
candlelight ceremony at seven will reside at 50GH East Moody
thirty Friday evening, October Boulevard.
U. S. D. A. CHOICE
sixteenth, at the First Baptist
Church of Bunnell. Maxwell Brown
The bride Is the daughter of Wedding PlansAnnounced RIB STEAK lb. 79
the late Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. .
Greene of Thomaston, Georgia.
Is the of Miss Mary Ellen Brown will
The bridegroom son
U. S. D. A. CHOICE 'TOP"
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Yelvingtonof become the bride of Mr. William
Seville. Donald Maxwell in a candle.

Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., offl light ceremony on October thirtieth ROUND STEAK Ib. 89
j slated In the double ring cere at 8 o'clock In the evening.The .
mony. The organist, Elaine ceremony will be in The
: Deen, presented a program of Palmetto Club, Orange Avenue,
I nuptial music and accompanied Daytona Beach, Florida. Lean MeatySPARE Streak O'Lean
, the soloist, Mrs. David Hllsen The bride-elect is the daughter .
t beck. of Mr. and Mrs. Averly RIBSIb WHITE BACON
Best man was Mack Yelving* Brown of Bunnell. The bridegroom
I
ton, brother of the groom. Ushers to be is the son of Mr.
were Paul Mercer and Larry and Mrs. Howard W. Maxwellof 4ge Ib Zge

Pridgeon.I Daytona Beach.Immediately .
I The bride chose for her maid following the
I j of honor her sister, Isabel ceremony a reception will be in Lean W e.temIPORK
.C Greene, who wore a street length I the Club Tea Room. All friendsof
I,\! dress of tangerine satin fash the couple are invited to both STEAKBlue lb. 49*
toned with three.quarter sleeves''the ceremony and reception.Mr. .
and bell shaped skirt. A cum.
,I berbund of the same material and Mrs. M. C. Strickland
ended with a bow In the back. returned during the weekend Plate Quart Jar

I Her headpiece was a large sat after a business and pleasure MAYONNAISE 4ge HERSHEY'SSUGAR
'I I In bow with a short veil at. trip to Denver, Colorado. They
;\ tached. were accompanied on the trip
Bridesmaids were Celia Joyce by Mr. and Mrs. Hoppy Simmonsof Armour Star 12 oz Can
Emery and Mary Susan Bran Daytona Beach.
nam. Flower girl was Tammie TREET Ea. 3ge 5 & 1ge
Lynn. They wore gowns Idea Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal
t Racal to the honor attendants. have returned home after a visit Lykes 15 oz. Can Limit 1 with 7.00 or more food order
Their flowers were sprays of' In Chicago with relatives and If A CUtfOO
REEFED
tangerine carnations., I'friends. rmon. y-or JL
The bride, given In marriage M I
Joan of Arc 300 Can Pillsbury (Sweet Buttermilk
by her uncle, Homer Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Howell or )
wore a gown of white brocade have returned to their home here KIDNEY BEANS 8 'I00 BISCUITS
f" fashioned with a fitted waist after spending a week in La. for
and sweetheart neckline with Belle. They were called there
bell shaped three quarter by the death of Mr. Howell's 8 oz. 0
'I i I sleeves. The cumberband, out. brother in law, Dillon Hall. FOLGER'S CanLimit
*' lined with seed pearls ended I ( 4 Please)
with a bow at the waist, the be. Mrs. Julia Harvey has recover COFFEE
ginning of the full length train. ed sufficiently to return to her FROZEN FOODS -
Her fingertip veil of sheer 11. position as deputy clerk in the 1 Tin
t 58c
I lusion was attached to a crown Clerk of ,the Circuit Court Office. We.p.ck 11,4 tb Bag
of seed pearls. She carried a She will be working part time
'f.,: white Bible with a purple throat. for the present. She had recent. Omit 1 with $5.00 or more food order BABY LIMAS E.33e
\". ed orchid attached. ly suffered a heart attack.
,', Following the ceremony, a re Wespack ll/8 tb Bag
ceptlon was given in the Recre : J. B. High, Jr., of Washington FRESH PRODUCE CUT CORN
atlon Room of the Church. D.c., is here for a visit with z.33

Mrs. Wilber Sheffield kept the his mother, Mrs. Virginia B. Large Crisp HeadLETTUCE .vtttttttaai.ata-.
bride's book. Serving the cake High.
was Mrs. Thomas Pinner, Jr., (Continued on Page 12) Ea. 19c
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BUNNELL THEATRE TOMATOES Firm Ripe 96 oz.
Ib> I9* Bottle 99C
Phone 437-3681
4 tb Cello BagAPPLES
FRIDAY & SATURDAY Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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IVORY LIQUID ,GALA PAPER TOWELS, Order

Coupon Void After / Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
I RuTmi rvow tuosvc'u 1r(soap ro TwwuSMCrrxwMam Sunday Oct. 25, 1964 ) Sunday, Oct. 25, 1964 Sunday, Oct. 25, 1964

NOTE- Due to lack of response we are discontinuing
our Sat. Matinee at 2:00 p.m. We will now
,I open on Saturday at 4:45 Continuous Showing from
5:00 p. m.

Merchant Tickets Good on First Show only

SUNDAY & MONDAY
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during the growing season when ter and fairly moist Set the I tall, bog rush, horn fern, parrots-

", y. Gardening In Florida the plants show signs of needIng I rhizomes 4 inches deep and a..1 feather sweet flag, water arum O. Refit

(By HerrT Sharps) plant food. For better flow foot apart Fertilizer the plants and wild rice.

er production, dig and store narcissus with Itt pounds of 4.7.5 fertlll- Real Estate Broker

bulbs every year after ,' zer per 100 square feet of bed I
There are dangers closer home I
Bunatll Florida
than the rumors of a distant the flowering period. area. Water PlantsIf I Game and Fresh Water Fish

smoke like column of an atomic Calla lily rhizomes can be Commission regulations provide. l.m
COURT or
iv Tilt CIRCUIT
explosion.In planted now. This Is the season you have been looking for that a Florida wildlife officer KL.A4il.KIl CO UK TV. ....ltIDA

fact, the smoke you may when they are available from plants that will grow in water, may search any vehicle, boat or ANNA IV CHANCKHY M. FAUTT NO. 4M j'V

Inhale while burning oleander garden supply stores. here are some that you can add other transportation device : .. Plaintiff
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trimmings can be Just as fatalas to your list: Egyptian lotus, while in, leaving or entering a CHARLES 0. *FAUTT,

strontium In nuclear fallout. If you decide to add Calla tropical lotus, hardy lotus, float. fish or wildlife managementarea. NOTICE TO I)RK Defendant.KM U

This isn't to "throw a scare," lilies to your garden, select a ing-heart, umbrella plant, cat. THE STATK OK. FLORIDA, TOlCHAU1.W8
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but It is a good idea to avoid spot that is high in organic mat. SILVAM ROAD.FAUTT.ItFD NO. I
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smoke while burning garden are hereby notified that a
debris during the clean 'em up ult has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause, and you
and burn 'em up campaign this are hereby required to file your an-
iftHAYDON .w.r with the Clerk of this Court..
iii and to vervecopy thereof upon
fall.Remember, smoke from ivy or the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
t'i whose name and address Is:
poison oak is Just as potent as IIAY 8KLDKN
HKLDHN 11UILDINOPAYTONA
contacting the living plants.So x BURNS 11KACII. FLORIDA
beware of toxic smoke and ; not nllt.later than November I, A. U.

you'll feel well enough to begin Governor It you fall to do .o. decree proC
fr iso will be entered against
an Easter lily bed. you for the relief demanded in the
bulbs of the tall. bill of complaint. The nature of said
Plant the suit being for divorce.
stemmed beauties at weekly in. WITNESS my hand and seal of
salt Court this 2nd day of October,
tervals until well into Novem A. I). 1844.Uncial .
longer : Burns Means Business ( l Heal) K. A. SMTTItR
ber. This will insure a r1 1/ 1 ..'. Clerk of raid' Circuit Court
flowering period and adds to the \\l.'1" ".. Oct.- $45.33-ZI-4to -

i chances that one of the plant >;J PROVEN PROGRESS IV TIIH COUNTY J1U>41K"4 ('UllnT,
FI.01.Kll: COUNTY, KI.OIIIII4
ings will be at its peak at KHTATM MO. roUlPKVHY
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time.
Easter
Soil is no problem because TESTED LEADERSHIPMayor D MOODY\.C'.",".
sand NOTICU nv I'll on,ITU
lilies grow well In clay, TIIH HTATN OK FI.OIIIIIA
marl or muck soils. However, TO Al.!.. IMCUHONH INTKIIRHTKD
IN TIII2 KHTATW: +l OF TIIK DMCKDWNT' -
they require moist but well- I Burns has 15 years of successful : :

Easter beauties T administration behind him chief You are hereby notified that a
drained soil. The public as written Instrument purporting to

do not like soils that keep HAYDON executive of.one of the Southeast's most of be Bald the decedent Last Will has and been Testament admitted

their "feet" wet. 1 cities. to probate In said I Court.

Set the bulbs in 3-foot rows. .' prosperous InYsircslendarnmonths( iron

Space them 6 to 12 inches apart BURNS the date of the first publicationof
this
notice to appear In said
in the drill, covering them about DEM. cr.1d PoUtlnl Ad) Court and show cause It any, why
the action of said' Court In admitting -
6 inches deep. said Will to probate should
The amount and kind of fertilizer .. ---- ,," tf not stand unrevoked r
T J(, MCKNIGHT,
to apply depends on the County; Judge KUglrr '

soil. On muck land lilies thriveon First,publication County, Florida on October I, }l<4

a 0.8.12 analysis fertilizer, Oct. !-15.Ii'15--4to _
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while on sandy soil they needa IV Til 1-3 COUNTY JUDUK'N i'OI'IIT.

nitrogen plant food such as The World on Your Doorstep. . ,NO.IN ,AND Ira""' .OIt1IA KOIl ,Pl.AUI.KIt rilOIIA'IU('."'.HIN't' ''.14.

a 5.7.5 mixture. Estate of
Easter lilies do best if givena DKWKY 1>. MOo DY.
l>eceae..d.
supply of their plant food TO ALL CRKIMTORft AND I'MII-
and several fertilizer BONH IIAVINU rUAlllH lit DE
prior to planting
MANDS AUA1N8T MAW KHTATW:
applications during the nof& and each hereby
to (lie, orn'Od'tpUa .., aft
growing season. claims and demands which you
'Since mosaic disease is a very Y have against the I+:state of DUWMY
.
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the offle
Anon r bl'CT.dkln
serious problem in lily prodtic of McKnlrht.
County Judge, at his office In the
tlon, be sure the bulbs you Court House at Ilunnell Florida
plant are from disease. tree within six (4) calendar months
from October Ith, 1144, which U
planting stock. the date of the first publication
of this Notice. Hach claim or demand .
of true
number
There are a must be In writin, must
lilies that can be grown in Flor state the place of residence, post
office address of the (claimant must
ida. The one most generally be sworn to and must be Died
Easter as aforesaid or else same will be.
grown is the Bermuda or come void.

lily type of Lllllum longiflorum. ,"\' /B/ )furth'. Richardson H.Hutrl Moody

This plant has a range of bloom First publication on October I, 1144;
\VALIa.. MM ITH
June.
from December through

Another variety, Lilium phil DANIKl". Mcr)ONAL!>
Attorneys for Hierutrl$ ..
lipplnese, flowers in August and i Orlando III Hast, Florida Central; : Moulevsrd

September. By making a succession Oct. /-16-!7-II--4tc

of plantings, a gladiolus Fgx
IV TIIH 4IIICIJT' 40IIIIT: OK
flowers can be grown in your ; KI.AUI.KIt: MHmTY. KMUIIIIi
IV ("U'U'' KIIY: NE). 4M7
garden every month of the year. FUKUUIIICK J,
UIIIMON.1'lalntlff,

Narcissus KMUA MAIIJOlilM OJPHON.
Narcissus plantings made now I Itofendant>>
i il NOTK' TO lir-fKNII:
will flower better than plantings THK HTATH OK KlXIICIDA, TO:
made next month or in Decem KM MA MAIIJOIIIH OIIWON,
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IIT KAIKI.VWN AVMNUW
ber. The flowers are also knownas II iiY TORONTO II, CANADA

"daffodils" or "Jonquils." I II cull4hasrbeenrfle4 against you in

The large trumpet varieties the above entitled cause, and you
are hereby required to Ole your an.
and the paper white narcissusare I ewer with I the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve ropy thereof upon j
best suited for Florida, sayi"
"h.plaintiff or pUlntlffs' attorney,
Dr. E. W. McElwee ornamental name ana addreee Is
horticulturist at the Universityof ::1 HKI.DMN HAY i HKLDHN IMMMirNO: # :j

1hAYT(1NAIl0AC11. FURIDA
Florida. net later than November f, X D.If .
best in well f It t,
do
These bulbs
:1 ---- you fall to do .o. dcree pro
drained soil of medium fertility. r nfesso will b. entered against ,
: you for the relief demanded
In the
Set the bulbs 6 to 8 inches deep ;. bill of eomplalni. Th. nature of
and them at various intervals said suit being (or divorce.
space : I II II / .
depending on your garden Al said.Court 1M4lmelai thin Sod day of October

arrangements.Before Id ( Meal. ) M. A, KUYTIIKO +
1% 14 Circuit Curt
planting apply ( 1 I k7. ---0 ,

pounds of 4-12-12 fertilizer pet -

100 square feet of bed area. Top I

dress with additional fertilize I .r dljr 1J1.oltr drtbunr;


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Mad.Mattresses 10 Order.ft AIM Box RenoTottd Spring to join others across the nation in saluting the men and women of the ,.
Entered as s...o4 <.... matter
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 newspaper profession who work so diligently to inform and entertain us. February I. HIS at the postofflr ,
After 6:00 P. M.
at Bunnell. Florida, under act of
PRICES REASONABLE.
March I, 1111.
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IN. UP TIlE+ KLOIUUA.CIIICCIT JUDICIAL COURT IN AND CIRCUIT OF TIIKSHVftVTII VOllKLAGL.KH I O--n .lt ;ls I 1'--- By Winter Mildred Wheat Walker II I i I KIAUI.HH IN IX CIIANCHHY TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY NO.counT 4MB FLORIDA OV 1 I.. PETERSON TEXACO

COUNTY, FLORIDA. School 'KURT FREYER.I SERVICE
IN CHANCKHY NO. 4tW4 Ateud. I WINTER WHEAT takes place I Plaintiff I
JOHN I.. lEFFLA.Ylalntltf., i In Montana on a small wheat CAROLYN BERTH FHHYHR. I I ROAD SERVICE
Class attended I Defendant
The
-v. Sophomore farm during World War II. Light Mechanical Work
BARBARA A. HEFFLAY Defendant. a meeting last week, to elect NOTICR TO ORKMJVUTHH I I I Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
I Ellen goes away to college STATE OK FLORICA&OLfN A. TOi.
TO: BARBARA A. HEFFUAY their class offlers for the new BERTH PI VJlJu
158 South Summer Avenue I and meets Gil but his back II UONMOUTH AVE N I 1-
Scranton. Peneylvanla school term. Those elected were: ground is so different from hers MAST KBAN8BUUO. NEW 1I
You are hereby notified that a : JERSEY
i President, Walton Cowart; vice I .
Complaint for Divorce has been that their love doesn't work. You are hereby notified that H /I ""P'J J.. .
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flied,against you and you are required president, Jack Knight; secretary suit hat been filed against you lathe
to serve a copy of your Answer Ellen is unable to attend col. above. entitled cause; and you
or Pleading to the Complainton ,, Holly Gollen; treasurer, lege her second year so she accepts are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'll'O answer Community
the Plaintiff attorney Johnnie Ruth Miller; reporter,I with the :
W. U WadsworthP. a position as a teacher. and to serve a copy thereof upon Memorial
O. Box 896 I Dale Abbott the plaintiff or plaintiff attorDer.whoae Church
Here she meets Warren and really
Bunnell. Florida name and address U:
and file the original Answer or I Walton Cowart, president, ap learns about the hardships In HAY SKL.r: >KNHeld.n I.,.1'-4..1.."...1
Pleading In the office of the Clerkof Main Street
pointed a committee, for recommendation AIR
the Circuit Court on or before I life. She returns home after IJAYTONA BEACH. P'LOItlDAnot CONDITIONED
the ZOtb day of November 1964. for the class flower, later than November 11.t... D.. D.tna Ave.
It fail trouble with the school board. .
you to do 10 Judgment 1914.If
by default will be taken against I colors and motto. Those on the She learns that wars don't you fall to do so, decree pro FLAGLER BEACH
for the In
you relief demanded the .committee are: Linda Skolar confe.io will be entered against
Complaint.DONE deal easy hands to play and she for the relief demanded in the School
you Sunday 10:00 A.M.
: AND ORDERED at Bun chairman, Alan Jones, Ann Hug-
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bill of The nature of
nell .Florida 1964.Circuit this 20th day of October as, Vicky King John Johnston. learns it In the hardest way. aid suit bung ln/ r divorce, Church Service 11:00 A.M.
To find out the true meaningto WITNESS my hand and seal of
( Court Seal) Dale Abbott, Reporter. aid Court this Itth day of October n. W. DICKBRT Pa.Ur
E. A. SMYTHE that I'm sure you will enjoy A.l>. 1 I4.Official .
Clerk Circuit Court HVKItYOftHVKI.COMB:
County, Florida reading WINTER WHEAT. ( Neal) B. A. SMYTH
Oct. 2Z.rialle 5-lf-4tc SONS OF THE WILDERNESS Clerk of laid Circuit Court fl. 1n.r 1 ,
Written by Edward B. Tracy Library Assistant, Oct. U.U & Nov. a.u-uo -

Ida Allen.
Subscribe to The Hagler Tribune This Is a very interestingstory

$2.50 A Year In Advance containing adventure FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

murder, and humor. The SONS
OF THE WILDERNESS takes ESCAPE FROM COLDIT2 I AMBULANCES

place In the Canadaln town of P.E. Reid i
PHONE VAlley 4 1625
CLASSIFIEDADS Quebec. The main charactersare ESCAPE FOR COLDFTZ is a1 I

two boys named Sandy and true but fantastic record of ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Pete. The boys get into troubleby .
what human Ingenuity can accomplish
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
hunting and by becoming a it is a story of how
member of a posse, that was determination and willpowercan are always at your service with promptness safety and

Listings under this heading are hunting a man who robbed and win over tremendous odds. experience.
3 cents a word each insertion. beat the boys' uncle. You have
75 cents is the minimum charge Anyone who enjoys reading
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
-- to read the book to enjoy the informative as well entertainingbooks ti
FOR SALE 5 room house recent humor and excitement of this
,wjll enjoy ESCAPE FROM
{ Garcia Funeral Home
ly remodeled. Contact Mrs. Hll story.Please COLDITZ.

derbrandt 600 Moody Boulevard check out the book ? P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
8 and 4 P.M. 10-22-ltp and find out how It turns' out. By Library Assistant,
By Cotton May. Steven Neely. S LADXrtvJwwuvuwuvvww T ASSISTANT .
SALESMAN WANTEDExc. >

opportunity for married YiMYN.WWti'V'.w
man looking towards the future.
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Age 22 to 39. High School education l. a

$91 weekly salary while
training, salary plus commissionafter r
training. Excellent fringe Yra

benefits. Call CL 2.4856 between .

8 and 4 P.M. 10-22-ltp
Chevroletworkpower ,
FOR SALE1962 Ford Truck .

$850.00. Call ID 7.3367 or ID 7- ;

3573. 10-22 Itc. ..... .r
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ing mangle, reasonable, call ,
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FOR SALE Registered Female ' : i;. .,.',
Toy Fox Terrier, 4 years old. ." ,
Priced reasonable. J. N. K. Motel

Flagler Beach. Call 4392384.
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FOR SALE Mason tools carpenter "*'I'

tools, plumbing tools, and ce
ment mixer. John Kraleskl,

Flagler Beach, phone 4392384. o
10-22-ltc

LOSTi 5 calves, white face her

fords all same size color, Re-

ward for locating them. For sale,

1957 two tone 4-door Chevrolet
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sedan. Raymond S. Smith, Box

485 phone 437.3252 or 437.3251,
Bunnell Florida. 1022.1tc

WANTED AT ONCE-Rawleigh
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Dealer In Flagler Co or Bunnell, 1': k

write Rawleigh Dept. FA J 360 3,
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Memphis Tenn. Oct. 22-5tp. tI

FOR SALE-1 Martin gas heater

with fan; 1 small heater; 1

small wood burner. Address 401

North Central Ave. Flagler Beach '

10.15.2tp

WANTED IRONING to do at my .,

home, reasonable. Pick up & de I

livery. Phone ID 73669. .
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SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain I COmeS in tWO hinds Of pickups Trim FleetsW

fields Installed; snail shelL Rea

sonable prices. Call George Ja I Pickup (shown above) . or handy Stepslde Pickup with running boards between k

roz. ID 7.3410 8-1'tf
cab and rear fenders. There are 6*/&- or 8-ft bodies, plus an extra-long
CONSTIPATED?

To Pronea.prove Flf PKUN-EVAC it Senna U containing world' I 9-ft. Stepside body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-length steel skid

Smo-o-theat.laxative MOODrS, hurry beat to PHARMACY and moat II&tar&11 I strips.Tailgate held snugly by anti-rattle latches. You get


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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA Thursday, October 22, 1964
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\ NOTICE! OTIS S. HUNTER Board of County Commissioners
.;: r STATE SCHOLARSHIPS Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Chairman of the Board of of Flagler County Florida
I October :-,ItcSubscribe
.. to motion duly made sec County Commissioners of
"' I Continued From Page 1 onded and carried, by the Board of Flagler County, Florida I I
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County Commissioners of FlaglerCounty to The Flagler Tribune
:: Florida, at a special meeting ATTEST AND COUNTY COM-
practical nurse. I of ald. :Board held on the 17th MISSIONERS SEAL AFFIXED: S25QAYEAB
: The scholarship examinations, day of October, 1964, Inspectors and E. & SMYTHS. Clerk
Bun '
t' Mrs. L. M. Whitaker of Clerks of each Election District or
r. Mrs. sample for academic ability and I' Flakier County, Flor
: nell and her daughter \ In ,l.ct tre'na d, and votingor
I Mrs. Louis Friedman of DeLand, for scholastic achievement polling places for each ElectionDistrict
,;" are spending several days In the areas of English, Math, Science County, Florida or Precinct, were in designatedfor Flagler

'I Gainesville, Georgia, visiting and Social Studies. Flag on Tuesday the General Election day of to November. be held- I Am Running For CommissionEast
rot' with Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Dor ler County presently has several 19(4, hhafrB: of County
who receiving assistance Commissioners of Flagler County
sey. Mrs. Dorsey Is also a students are Florida, having appointed the
" of Mrs. Whltaker. In their education following: named persons as Inspectors
daughter and Clerks respectively, and
Control
:" through this program. hiving designated the following Flagler Mosquito
,
polling places for said
i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell of Several other Important tests E fonr:
and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bunnell dur- I 1
, Bunnell have been given at Vote In theeCounty Commissioners -J
Magee of Flagler Beach visitedIn school The ninth County Court
in gthls year. oefraJl: \ '
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house
Jacksonville Sunday with grade state tests were given In Geneva Rodgers Pearl Woods, Your Vote will be appreciated.
Mrs. Riddell's son and family, early September to ninth grade Beatrice;White Isabel Louise Barrow Decker, Cleric.Inspectors -

Mr. and Mrs. Joy Sisco. Mr. Sis students. This testing programIs PrflB Ifs 3
Is also the brother of Mrs. the Voto In Mllland Hotel Recrea
co administered through tion Room corner Srd St. and AlAHIKhwaYt.FlaKler

Magee. Florida State University at Tal Mable Frank.' Nettle Beach.Bradac Florida., Mrs. I would like to contact each voter
lahassee. Students throughout Charles Bondy. Doris Fllklns Inspectors

Diane Bradley, young daughter i Florida are tested for academic ; Catherine PreelBCt N.Wilson. S Clerk.
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ability and In all of the basic Vote In Community Hall Haw,
Creek Flagler County, FlorIda.Mae but time,is too short:
Bradley of Bunnell, Is a patient areas of achievement The purpose Kelfer. Nazhla Trad DorisC.
. In St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville of this testing program is Tucker., Clerk.Inspectors; Taudy Bowden -
for medical treatment. to determine the level of academic Prerlnet No. S-A

Her mother Is staying there with ability and developmentof Flrfr County In Church Florida.Hall, Korona i You call me at 439-2002 if you
her during treatment. students In order that they Antoinette.Slovak. Mary My& n-i may
may be wisely counseled In in iltlrier. T:&Clerk., Inspectors; So i

:Mrs. Ellen Lee returned to choosing careers and in planning Preelact N.. 4
Vote In St. Johns Park Community have questions
her home Saturday after receive further educational oppor Hall, St. Johns Park. Flagler any
,ing treatment at the Bunnell tunities. I County.JoAnn Florida.Crews Frances Aileen
General Hospital for several Harding. Joyce M. Sparkman Inspectors -
The Senior Placement tests ; Dorothy C. Balyerds.Clerk. .
days. were administered In early October .

Predict N* 4-A
This testing program is Amorette D. Wells Jennie R. CHARLES J. MISSINEPaid
Mrs. Roy Bayless was calledto Oreen, Eleanor K.
the University Clerk.
administered through
Nina I Splvey
spectors; *
her former home In Jefferson Preclact No. 5
Is
of Florida and requiredof
Vote In Community I hall Espanola -
Tenn. Wednesday by the
City, all Seniors In the State. The Flagler County Florida.
death of her Maternal Grand. Rose Panchella, Alyce Joyce Pat
purpose of this testing programis rick. Glenda A. Pelllcer Inspectors; Political Adv.
mother. Mrs. Bayless Is a mem .
to determine proficiency for Cora L. Buckles Clerk.Fred.et
ber of the Bunnell School Fac No. 5ADlanne
entrance to colleges and universities A. Wolfe Blanche A.Andre. .
ulty. ... Flossla M. Black, Inspectors -
ti of the state. A score of 300 : Coley Mitchell Clerk.
1 out of a possible 495 is requiredfor Commissioners By order oy.t of Board Flagler of County County .
> "lub&crIbe lor The Flagler Tribune entrance into a state unl-! Florida in special meeting at Bun
nell Flagler County Florida this
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