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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 29, 1964
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52, NO. 43 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR !

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I PlansVeterans SMALL CLAIMS Fred Karl UNICEF DRIVE ..
Legion i I | Stumps I. Billy Matthews
COURT SESSION j Flagler Beach Methodist|,
\ Day A Judgment was awarded to''[ For Democratic Church and M.Y.F. wish to thank! Gue p.dt '{
I I I everyone for their donations I 1
the Peterson Texaco Service, vs. v
Parade Program F. M. Townsend Jr. TicketyMITheWay Tuesday evening to their Buret 13a l qll

The American Legion Post 115 I A default judgment was also Fred Karl of Daytona Beach UNICEF.
I One hundred and five dollarswas "The high cost of living can
handed down in favor of the
( Is the Veteran's Day has been named North Florida
sponsoring I I I
Bunnell Store vs. collected In the one hour not be charged to the American
Department
November Chairman for the Citizens for
In Bunnell -
Program on
.t John Guest. period the drive was on. Forty Farmer," Congressman D. R.
11, Post Commander Cora Small Claims Court Judge Le- Johnson Committee, it was announced young adult drivers and youth (Billy) Matthews told the Flag. "
.
I State Chairman
Buckles said today. today by
and children participated. ler Famr Bureau night
Monday
ola Jones presided at the session !
I
The program Includes a parade Senator Harry Cain. ___ ___ ___ ______ Cong. Matthews was guest
L end In front on Wednesday. |
which will
,
r Karl a member of the Florida Bunnell BeatsDunnellon speaker at the Annual Banquet
of the courthouse. A program '
Meeting of the bureau held at
House of Representatives for 8
SENIOR CITIZENS
will be presented at the court I
unsuccessful the Bunnell Civic Center'
years, was an can
house with a guest speaker. TO MEET TUESDAY didate for Governor In the Democratic 126The The farmer produces the best

c Veterans Comander are Buckles Invited to said Join all In The Flagler Senior Citizens primary last spring al. Bunnell Bulldogs went to II bargains In the world and they
l' the She also stated the I Club will meet Tuesday evening, though he proved himself an ef Dunnellon Friday night and produce not only food and fiber
parade.
" I for but for all the .,
us
merchants of Bunnell will cooperate I Nov. 3, at the Woman's Club fective votegetter.The won 12-6. enough ,
building in Flagler Beach. There Billy Cauley took the second friendly people of the world.
In the and planto
program popular legislator from
I half kick otf and :53 Food prices compare now with
will. be a potluck supper beginning ran yards
run Special Veterans Day Central Florida has already
prices ten he said.
before being tackled the 2. years ago,
6 o'clock. Members on
at are
Bargains In their places of busi been on the campaign trail for
the
During afternoon Mat.
l:,' asked their table J The next play Cauley ran over
to bring own
will be closed dur
ness. They weeks stumping for Johnson and
thews and his
administrative
as.
from the 2 yd line for the TD.
servl e.I \
; ing the parade and program. Humphrey and reports an increasing The PAT failed. Later In the sistant, Donald Ladd acompan- S
I As the date of the next meet. I I groundswell of sup. third period Cauley made the led a group of Flagler County
VFW Auxiliary Ing of the Club is also election' port for the Democratic ticket Bulldogs final TD on a 55 yard farmers on a tour of farmland,
t day, no formal program has, throughout the state. run. The PAT failed. orange groves, cattle ranches,
r Halloween Parade been planned, said Rev. E. Lester "With Karl heading up the In the final period Dunnellon timberland and a race horse
r Stanton, chairman Members Citizens for Johnson in North scored on a 25 yard pass from ranch In the county. '.
And CarnivalA and their guests, however,!. Florida," Senator Cain stated In Roland to Elland. PAT tailed About 115 members of the ,
will be free to remain in the announcing the appointment "I The entire Bulldog team play. Farm Bureau and Its guests at. .
Halloween Carnival sponsored clubroom following dinner where i ed terrific offense tended the dinner meeting, hear.
am more confident than ever' that 'a game on
':. by the Auxiliary of the facilities for card playing and Florida will end up In the Demo and on defense. Ing reports of the bureau's activities .
VFW will be held Saturday afternoon i other games have been pro. cratic column In November"Quarterbacks Bunnell plays Father Lopez during the year. Prest
at the Bunnell Civic Center vided. i I i here Friday night and a large dent Lewis Wadsworth present.
A chicken plleau supper crowd Is expected. ed the annual report with
will be served beginning at [ To The 'B' Team goes to Hastings George Clegg giving the treas.
5 P.M.A Floridians To urer's report J. B. Peillccr reported
night to there
Monday play at
spook parade will begin at I Be Guests of See Florida FilmThe 7:00: P. M.BUNNELL. 64 paid up members this
4 P. M. on Palm avenue and continue year.
to the Civic Center. There Week! Wach'ee Bunnell Quarterback Club Directors elected for the new

prizes will be awarded In three All Florldla) residents are Invited met Tuesday night with Coach I SCHOOL I year were L. E. Wadsworth W
categories, funniest, ugliest, and to be the guests of the Bo Manuel reporting on the results I HONOR ROLL4A W. Deen, George Clcgg, M. C.Strickland .
most original. Week Wachce Mermaids during of the Dunnellon game. grade, TownsendDavidClegg Jr., D. C. Johnston
1 A number of entertainment the entire month pt November Next Tuesdays meeting the Barbara Cowart, Chuck Raymon Tucker Victor Cowart,
and refreshment booth*,.wilL be to' see ,thV all new-underwater Club wit see' a University\ of Cowart,Tat McCoy Kim Pazyni- J. B. Pelllcer, Lloyd Robertson,
featured. The Halloween King Mermaid show. "Alice In Water- Florida Football game fIIin.- It ak, Donna Stefllk, Tolbert Wlm- Charles Cowart, and Harold Em.
and Queen will be chosen from land. will be one of this year's game. berly. ery.At
the ninth through 12th grades, 4B grade Mercer Pam White, a directors' meeting follow.
and will be crowned at the Residents of Florida may Iden Health ClinicIs Rosemary Johnson, Christine tog the banquet all officer
f! dance following the carnival. tify themselves with a Florida:, Hlgglnbotham, Davey Solomon. were re-elected. They are L. E.
I driver's license, or similar Identification Now :5th, Morris-Lila Allen Karen Wadsworth president; W. W.
Jan Rucinski I and be admitted to i OpenThe Clegg, Nancy Creal, Debbie John Deen vice president; George
t the new underwater extravaganza : Flagler County Dental IOn, Mike Manuel, Denise Tuck.cr. Clogg. treasurer; and Howard
upon payment of a small Clinic is now doing the School Taylor, secretary.
Passes Away I service. charge. Dental Inspections on Thursdays. 6A, Tonkin-Minnie Deen, Lyman Gage presented several

This will mark the fifth I The Carver Elementary School, Chip Johnston, Betty Ann PerkIns resolutions concerning local,
Funeral Friday annual year All Florida Appreciation I grades 1.4 will be done October Kay Perryman, Greg Robertson state and national affairs. Eachof

r Jan Rucinski of Bunnell pass. Month for Weekl Wachee. The 29, and the Bunnell Elementary Elayne Tucker. the resolutions was adopted
. ed away Tuesday evening In the program was organized in 1959to I School, grades kindergarten 4 CD, I, Manuel-Andy Rodgers, unanimously.
t Bunnell General Hospital. Mr. show the appreciation of I will be done November 5. The Jameslne Wimberly, Jay Townsend .
I. Rucinski was born in Poland and Week Wachee towards Florida Flagler Beach School was completed Catherine Harris, John 'lallcr Beach
came to the United States in residents for their help In make October 22. Gel lor, Marvin Clt" PTA Carnival t
r' 1906. After retiring he came ing the Florida West Coast at. The Dental Clinic will be 7A, Cannon-Cathy Duncan This SaturdayThe
to Bunnell In 1947 to reside on traction one of the leading attractions open on Fridays to start the Jeanne Hlffglnbotham Gwen Parent Teacher Association
I Deen Road. He was 75 years In the state! Fluoride treatment again. After King, Beth MatherAnn! Meek- of the Flagler Beach Elementary
i November :5 we will be open on Ins, Kenneth Whitney, Barbara School will hold ita an.
old.lie is survived by his wife, The new underwater show both Thursday and Friday. The Wilson nual Halloween Carnival this
Mrs. Bernice Rucinski, Bunnell; will be completely new and different parents that would like their 70, Itcln-Debbie Lucas, Barbara Saturday, October 31, beginningwith
a daughter, Mrs. Helen Bellch, In addition to the daytime children to receive the benefitsof I Dodgen, Donna Fllklns Janet ,,a parade at 3:30 P. M.
and a son. Henry Rucinski both performances Florida residents this Fluoride program this Haines, Michael Taylor. Al participates In the paradeare
of Allqulppa, Pa.; Seven grandchildren are also Invited to see the year can call the Health Depart. .I 8A, Bradley-Nancy Hargctt, I to moot at the pierhouse at
i including Mrs. Marvin new Saturday night shows which ment and make an appointment.The Carol Townsend, Brenda Townsend 3:00: o'clock. The parade will
Tucker, formerly of Bunnell. and will feature Mermaids in "Alicein parents must pick up and Terry Rawlins, Carla Tucker end at the school house at
now of Cocoa, and Miss Mary Waterland. sign a permission slip before Gary Buckles, John Cody which time prizes will be sward
\ Belich of Cocoa. Also survivingare Those night time shows will the Fluoride treatment can be ; David Johnson Hal King, ed to the costumes winners.
started, or they can accompany George Koczwanikl, Mike Robin.
three great-grandchlldren. be staged under 50,000 watts of I Immediately after the paradethe
Graveside funeral services will light Saturday at 8:30P. their child and sign the permission son, Mark Taylor Glenn Carle. booths will be opened. Grade
be held at 10:30 Friday morn M. Week every Wachee is located in slip at the time of the appointment : 8B, C Manuel-Cynthia Dun I sponsored booths are: first grade,
ing at the Espanola Cemetery. the center of the state at the The permission slips : ranee. fish pond; second, game room;
; Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., of the west coast Junction of U. S. 19 can be obtained from the County 9A, R. Bayless-Elaine Ttdwell, third, cake walk; fourth. Halloween
I Health Department All childrenin Kerwltt Du Pont Ben Cannon, Tree
First Baptist Church will offl : and Florida 50. } fifth hot dogs and
date. I the County are eligible Pat Bobble Lee Bourne, Tony cokes; sixth country itore. Ex.
We are Also continuing the Parker Joanne Wilson, Sue tra events will be '* hay ride
Baptist Church I Annual Quiet Day program of dental treatment of Broadway, Tom Duncan Eleanor and door prizes.
Sermon .Service At First the medically; 'Indigent children. Shlll.0B. Several members of the Bun
Topics Methodist ChurchThe I J. A. Amide. D.D.S. Hardln-Sharon Patrick, Cliff nell High School Band will also
Rev. Thomas Pinner Jr., pas. I I Flagler County Dental Pre. Wrtherlngton. be In the parade along with the
tor of the First Baptist Church, Annual Quiet Day ServIce ceptor. 10th grade Ford-Johnnie Boy Scouts. Plan now to attend
announced his sermon topics for will be held at 9:30 this I Ruth Miller Dennis Clay Vldd I and support the PTA.
Sunday as follows: morning at the First Methodist : Plans To OrganizeCub I i Heln, Julie Wilkins Walton
Morning worship hour will be Church of Bunnell. The service: Scout PackA I II i Cowart Kathryn Emery, Arthur Brother of Mrs.
The Man Cod Has Already Is a Call to Prayer and Self j I I Ford, Paul Dixon, Barbara Fiche, Jarosz Dies
Elected." The evening sermon denial members of the commit meeting will be held In the Delores Deen.llth In Detroit
will be "In The Law Is Bless. tee said. Baptist Church educational P. Bayless Betty Lynn Mr*. Anna Jarosz was calledto
Ing." I I This Is a special opportunity building Monday night to organlze Bourne, Brenda Murray, Brenda Detroit, Michigan, Tuesday
Chapel services will be held I I to spend a quiet hour from the a Cub Scout Pack. The Tucker Mangy Blakely Sherry by the death of her only brother,
In St. Johns Park. Sunday. our day for spiritual renewal* meeting will be at 7:30. Shelton Haigett, BellU Collins. Alexander Mansky.
school Is at 9:30. Evening!I said Marine Buckles, presidentof Brooks said today. 11B, Estes-Kay Weaver Following the tunera1ler'Ytce.
preaching at 7 P. M Youth Pellowship : the Woman's Society and All parents with boys age 8 12th. Craig-Ida Allen Marie.,she will spend some time with
is at 6 P.M. The public I Pearl Blakely, Spiritual Life Sec. through 10 years old are Invitedto I Fleurle Candy Lovell, Jesse Me-I I her daughter In Warren, Mich
is invited. 'retary. attend this meeting. Knight, Mike Homsby. I before returning home.






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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 29, 1964

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" ducted at Bunnell High School our cause, share them so that!!, Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

wuudJ dt I on Wednesday and Thursday, others might find pleasure by 1 I

School New* October 20 and 21, by Mrs. Mar reading them? If so you may

I garet Taylor and Mrs. Louise obtain more information by 1I I

Taylor, public health nurses. I contacting the office at Bunnell
SENIOR CLASS J\tf Jt" tt'tc, d 'Zt ttVG clocto
i Mothers who helped with I High School. I I i ...
Senior class were
The pictures
vision program were: Mrs. Geo. I Library Club Secretary,
taken Friday. The seniors were I
Clegg, Mrs. L. II. Church, Mrs.E. Brenda Murray. '
dressed In suits and drapes, and ,
I W. Johnston, Jr., Mrs. D. C. I '
taken In
his
each had picture I 1r
Johnston, Mrs. Henry Mikulka, DUGOUT MYSTERY '
different ,
three
poses. I Mrs. Dave Perryman, Mrs. Michael (By M. G. Bonner) j \ s
After hearing Mr. Woody Sims, '
the seniors' annual travel agent, I Pazynla. Dugout Mystery is about the

recently In home room period, There were 256 students checked I boys of a little league team

we finally narrowed our choiceof In kindergarten, first grade, that had saved money for a %

vacation spots to New Or. fourth grade, seventh grade, year to get uniforms, bats, and e

leans and Nassau. Both tripsare and tenth grade. shoes. The mystery is that
someone in and took their
priced about the same so came
we know approximately how GAME WARDEN money out of an old bungalow

much we will need to earn dur TALKS TO CLASSESBy they used as a dugout.
There were other teams around
ing the year. ( Kay Perryman, 6A)
the county that had names that
Buzzy McKnight, reporter. Wilbur Holdrldge, Flagler
County Game Warden, talked to (Continued on page 8) O dPI

VISION PROGRAM the fifth and sixth grades on to'
A Vision Program was con- I &tirtq yoWtt p7Qea ciptiott
Friday, October 23, about con ST. THOMAS CHURCH

servation of wild life. He gaveus (Episcopal)
South Anderson Street nd to uqSto
MILLER illustrated books on Florida'sgame Rev. James Henry Taylor, Jr.Sunday .
animals and birds. With ttervlcea10.SO
a. m. Church School
ELECTRONICS In the next two weeks Mr. Hold- 11:15 a m. Morning Prayer and

ridge will come again to explain Holy Sermon Communion lit Sunday i
1744 Ocean Short Bird.
how to use a gun safely.

REPAIRS ON TV'S
7-B NEWS
WASHERS I
We have elected officers. Theyare
DRYERSCall ?
: President, George Revels; Cabbage worms.

Collect 672-0377 Vice President, Rose Ann Tid-

well; Secretary, Barbara Bross; ,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Reporter, Diane Jones.

By: Diane Jones rC

riEQ11EST FOR HI US
Sealed bid will be received In The Library Club of Bunnell
the office of the City of the
City of Dunnell. ea'k: the !I High School, every year during

P.Civic M. on Center the tnd day of'. November: Children's Book Week, has special .
XD. 1964. ordorne (1) 1985 icylinder projects concerning the
,
four sedan
Bubmlt two bid, one with a Elementary classes.
minimum wheelbase of 116" and Last year the Library Assistants .
one with a minimum wheelbase of
119", both with the following additional took turns reading storiesto
specifications:
Minimum 2(0 h. p. va engine I the different Elementary
Low cut-in alternator grades.
16" Wheel
Heavy duty automatic tranml- This year we are fortunate
Ion.
Fresh air heater with defroster enough to celebrate this event

Power light steeringPilot cowl mounted. by opening a new Elementary
Color* solid white Library. The new library will
Two speed electrlo wlnd.hle14WIXr'vln'l
,
be located In a building once

Window vent Interior used for the Kindergarten.The .
Police packageHeavy I
duty brake I floors of this building
Heavy duty springs'
Heavy duty 'b Ck absorbers have been redone, book shelves
Calibrated tpeedometerTradeIn have been made the
allowance on 1962. f> library as.
cylinder, automatic) transmission 4 sistants have been at work try.
door Ford Oalaxie and transhrring *
of new Ing to prepare the books we /
to be : rSe:3"no have the be
so library
Each bid hall be addressed to can
the City Commliilon. Hunnell opened on the first of November.
JI'1orlda. marked Bid for 1966 4- i ,
door edan." The City Comml.ne .- However, because of a book

any and* rur rd.t'nllrtw 1v reject any shortage we find it necessary to
informalltlea In bidding, and alto appeal to the public.If .
to accept the bid that In Its Judgment
will be for the bet interest
Of the City of Bunnell, Florida.WITNESS you have books at home
my hand and official that children read
.eal thl 6th day of October, A.D. your enjoyed
11". Ing but have outgrown and
City of Hunnell. Florida
Rhelton II. Barber, Mayor have no further need for, won't

ATTE Rodgers. City Clerk you please contribute them to
rlil.
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FIGHT BACK !


Announcing For East Flagler


Mosquito Board


Having served as Commissioner of East Flagler

Mosquito Control District since the creation of the WITH ORTHO !

District, I feel the present Board, through experience

is best prepared to carry on the work whichis

outlined by experienced Entomologists of the

State Board of Health.


The State has paid more than 65 per cent of ORTHO DIBROM 8 Emulsive is the f fastttorough way to clean up your cabbage.
the cost and they have full control of the plans.


Your money has been spent for the clean up Spray DIBROM and within minutes every cabbage worm you l hit will be dead or

of :Mosquito Breeding grounds, equipment, and dying.And that goes for aphid and loopers, too. In fact, DIBROM kills more than

building to house needed equipment and materials.
130 different inject
including most resistant ones.

Office apace has been free ; labor has been paid What's'
more, you won't find a more effective phosphate
the same as other Districts in the State. Wo have

experienced help and all have worked for the same than DIBROM 8. It has a short residual life, leaves

purpose-ELIMINATING THE PESTS. no harmful residue. So it's easy on beneficial insects

State Auditors have given us excellent management and workers can return to the field a few hours after

in their audit reports. The State Board of spraying. It's compatible with most other pesticides. Safer

Health has shown confidence in the present Board. O
to handle than most organic phosphates.

TO UPSET THE BOARD WITH INEXPERIENCE .
DIBROM is concentrated for economy.Just mix it with
WILL ONLY DELAY THE COMPLETIONOF

THE GOAL-ELIMINATION OF THE PESTS. water and spray. Then watch the cabbage worms fall!

DO NOT BE PERSUADED BY FALSE PROMISES.

\ t "Helping the World Grow Better" .
THIS IS TOO IMPORTANT TO OVERLOOK j
P] CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY ormo DIVISION.
tfr '.a M TOW.o'M*...nMM
George MoodyPaid Available from KUgor Seed Company. Hastings Florida ...Jhone 692-1502'

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October 29, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Guide mists of the USDA's agricultural Control much is being accomplished.All f funds were expended In accordance .
Budgeting Mosquito
research service tell how to set dragUne ditches ere measured with the approved,.

For up and use a simple, workable Board How at the end of each month r plan." '

Young Couples"A budget. The budget Is designedso Explains by one of our Board and the "Financial Records were

Guide to Budgeting for the any couple can base it on Your Tax DollarIs State Entomologists have been kept on the prescribed W31

Young Couple," published by the their own experiences, tailor it well pleased with the numberof Property Records prescatby .

U.S. Department of Agriculture, to their income and situation, cubic yards of dirt moved. Chapter 274, Florida Statutes A

can help young newlyweds get and gear it to their individual- SpentThe Dragline ditching and open. and regulations of th '

, off to a good start In managing goals. present Mosquito Control ing up marshy areas or dead State Auditor, were completeOur

their finances.In Budgeting, as described DY the Board o f Commissioners ponds, connecting them up Sanitary Landfill pro}

this guide family econo* family economists, is the devel George Moody, Frank Brede with the Intra Coastal Waterway . is something the Board is justifiably

opment of a plan that allows! for and Lyman L. Gage, offer so that small fish can proud of. If you would
NOTICK OF ELECTION I get in and consume the mosquito commur'ltys
like to see how our
TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS individual differences and pro. these facts.
OF THAT QUTION OF }O LAGLOJnf98NIJb larvae before they hatch garbage is disposed ofj
within the
FLORIDA SITUATE LY vides flexibility Our Budget is based on a
BEING EAST OP THE structure. In setting up a budge 3tt mill tax levy. This is not out is our MAIN OBJECTIVE. inspect our Sanitary Landfill j
KINGS ROAD This is termed "Permanent
TAKE NOTICE: et the young couple should: levied on Homestead Exemp operation.For .
election is hereby called on Control Work.,
An continued success of the '
1964, to tion valuations. Your County
the 3rd day of November
elect three (3) Commlaelonera or Decide on their short-ranje( Tax Statement shows the Our State Audit reports so far East Flagler Mosquito Control
the East Flagler Mosquito' Control and long-range goals. business District Board of
District of Klagler County. Florida amount you pay toward mosquito reflect good management our present ;
as by o. gdB In rda of resolutionadopted County Set up a trial budget Keep control work. Excerpts from these re Commissioners solicit your

Commissioners of Flagler County a record of expenditures to see I ports: vote on November 3rd. j
on the 6th day of October Officers, working with the
how it works Adr.T
well Political
r'H.ldih i "Finances were man. Paid
The places of voting: In said election Evaluate and adjust the budget Budget Commission of our I I aged. Expenditures were held
shall be the usual places of State Legislature, have been !
voting In said district in general at their needs change. within resources."
elections In Flagler County. The Single copies of "A Guide to successful in continuing the and Florida's first two counties;
"Repair parts purchaseswere
polls will be opened at voting State I
from the
appropriations created in 1821
places on the day of election from Budgeting for the Young Couple"may purchased at substantial by Military Govj
seven o'clock A. M. until seven o' be obtained from the Officeof to help with this eradicationwork. ernor Andrew Jackson, were Es$
clock p.m.on the Same day. Only duly discounts.
qualified electors residing In said Information, U.S. Departmentof "The State Board of Health cambia and St. Johns, with the
District who are freeholders will be Our State has fine research
a
Suwannee Fiver the
allowed to vote: srovlded. however, Agriculture, Washtngton! has certified that State Aid as dividing
that any I ft. residingIn center at Vero Beach, staffed line.
the district I ;hoe are freeholdersmay D.C. 20250. Send a postal card r
vote at said election upon and ask for HGB-98. with highly trained personnel, -- '''y(.
complying with the requirementsof and situated in one of the a. .
-
subsection d of Section 100.241 ''
( )
Florida Statutes. worst mosquito breeding areas NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE '
Board of County Commissioners YOUR FOOD DOLLAR 'I
By.: Otis S. Hunter, Chairman I I in the state. Here mosquitoesare
The fire Insurance policies we write lUll gift the torn
ATTEST: E. A. BMYTHK 'HOW DO YOU SPEND raised, trapped and caged,
As Clerk of the Circuit Court dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy ad.
Florida, and where different kinds of
of Flngler County spray
Ex-Oitlclo: Clerk of the Board of Where does your food money ditional corerage benefit-Horn Owner's Policy-at "1'1''I
County Commissioners.The and fog formulations are used,
goT llttlt extra costRemember. '
Inspectors and Clerks appointed under all conditions and results
I for the General Election Mrs. Gladys Kendall, market.
\ to be held on November 3rd 196f.J 'ing specialist, Florida Agricultural evaluated to determine H. T Cook Agency if ready to help you
hereby authorised to act in
J, are such capacity for the election of Extension Service says that the best and least expensive take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361

; date.commissioners to be held on said marketing specialists with the methods of extermination. I or stop in lOOn for full detail.

I The; ballot to be used in said Results of all this work are .
election shall be In substantially U.S. Department of Agriculture available to us and all of our H. T. COOK AGENCY
the following form:
for 90
recently shopped some
OFFICIAL IIAM.OT formulations for fogging op. Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo. .
EAST PLAQUESK MOSQUITO food items following a moderate.cost .
CONTUOL DISTRICT.FLAOLKU erations are based on their
COUNTY. FLORIDAMKCIAI. food plan an average family I
KL.KCTION: of four might use. i recommendations.Very .
I Make a cross mark (X) before the often wind and air cur.
names of the Candidates of your Here is what they found:

choice.FOR COMMISSIONERS OF MOS Meat, poultry, fish, and eggs rents make it impossible to do 21 Homo ..R..
effective but
an Job, general.
QUITO CONTUOL DISTRICT took 40 per cent of the money. Wrecker Service
VOTE FOR THRE l of
the
Vegetables and fruit were the ly speaking, majority

I I FRANK BREDE next biggest item, using 23 percent times our fogging trucks are

Milk, cheese, ice cream operating, we do a very ef
fective job. It usually takes Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
I I LYMAN 1.. GAGE accounted for 14 per cent; flour
from 30 to 40 minutes to not.
and
and cereals 10 cent
per ,
I I WILLIS A. MCDOWELL other items such as margarine, ice results after our fogging MASSEY.FERGUSON
truck has been thru. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
coffee, butter, soft drinks, Jams
I I. I CHARLES MISSINNE We keep close controlof
and sugar used the remaining very VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
know
We
all at
13 centMELVIN operations.
I I GEORGE MOODY per all times just where all of our Owner Bunnell, FloridaMODERN

equipment is located and how
I| I I JOHNNY J, SEALE BYINGTONIN

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KI.Ai.iil IN run cinniiT COUNTY.COURT....oIUnAIN OF Melvin L. Byington, chief avia

IIANCKIIV NO. 4836LENOUA tion machinist's mate USN,i
M. BIKES,
Plaintiff husband of the former Kathleen I

VI. L. Chandler of Bunnell partici
JOHN D. BIKES J & K MOTEL
Defendant. pated in a North.Atlantic Treaty
NOTICE TO DKKKNI
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Oragnizatlon (NATO) naval
JOHN D. SIKES called "Exe
623 EAST NELSON STREET training operation
ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIAYou else Team Work" in the North OVERLOOKING OCEAN AT FLAGLER BEACH ,,
are hereby notified that a
suit has been died! against you In Atlantic while serving with
the above entitled cause; and you 62.
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o't: Fighter Squadron FRONTING 100' ON AlA 100' ON CENTRAL AVE.
ewer with the His unit, along with other naval -
I and to serve a copy thereof upon I
: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, units from Belgium, Den.
whose name and address Is: mark France the Netherlands I
Ji, WILLIAM H. GREEN Norway,
j' 334 SOUTH BEACH STREET and United Kingdom, FRIMY ALSO
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDAnot
later than November 28. A. D. are conducting training operations .

1161 If.you fall to do so, decree pro in strike, antisubmarineand 1:30 P. M. ; 50x150 LotNovember
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ronfesso will be entered against )'ou' anti-air warfare. ucTioN
for the relief demanded In the bill
t of complaint.' The nature of said NATO training operations are. CENTRALAVENIE

I suit WITNESS bring for my divorce.hand and seal of held periodically' to test the coordination i 4

I said Court this nth day of October of NATO countries I
AID. 19&4.Omclal 6
( Seal) E. A. SMYTH and develop their combined com
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readiness.
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LYMAN L. GAGE OVERLOOKING ATLANTIC OCEAN

ForCommissioner
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MOTEL, AND EXTRA LOT MAY BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY
I East Flagler Mosquito Control Dist.

Location i i. 16 mile North of DAYTONA BEACH on AlA -

t.;:'.'Paid Politic Adv 2'/a Mile South of FLAGLER BEACH PIER.

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CRAIG FUNERAL HOME NOVEMBER 9-Execlutive Home at 3500 Wilder Ln., ORLANDOANSBROUG


: A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
I I Properties for Inspection
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JOHN CAPO. Associate
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October 29 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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ly and Indirectly to the missile
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Comptroller Urges and space programs. It has givena
third leg to an economy whichfor QUANTITY
Florida DemocratsTo WE GIVE
RIGHTS
years relied on tourism and METTS
Elect JohnsonFlorida agriculture both sensitive to RESERVED
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weather and national economic TOP
PRICES GOOD
Democrats today were conditions.
to stand firm In their Thursday, Friday i
urged
"Today Florida Is In a key!I VALUE and Saturday,
support of the Democratic Party SUPER MARKET
position In the nation's missile Oct. 29, 30,31
and Its nominees from President I
and space programs; it Is a STAMPS ese
Johnson down to precinct level.I
leader In supplying the nation 103 S. Railroad St.
State Comptroller Ray E. with vegetables and is the top Telephone I 73201
Green reminded Democrats that I citrus state and certainly FlorIda
Florida's tremendous growthand is No. 1 in the nation asa
period of prosperity during playground for the people.
the last two decades has been 19 SALEFLA.
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under Democratic leadership. The future growth of Florida
"Florida Is the third fastest is assured because of projects
growing major state In the na.I inaugurated under Democratic
tion," Green said. "We are administrations at national and .
GRADE "A" STEWING CUTUP 5 Ib BAG $1.45Ib.
ninth in population and expectto I state levels and new programs
be eighth by 1970. The growth being put Into effect to improve
has been the direct result of I'i the state's potential In various '
Democratic leadership and the'I,'II segments of the national econ. HENS Whole 19'
establishment of the missile omy. .
and space program at Cape Florida has done exceedinglywell :
Kennedy. under Democratic leadership
"When the first missile was and Floridians who have AZALEA (ALL MEAT) 12 oz. pkg. Limit 2 pk,.. Plea.eFRANKS
fired at the Cape, Florida was supported that leadership In the
launched on its current periodof past should remain mindful of
prosperity. The plans formulated this when they go to the pollsIn 19*
under the Democratic ad. November.
ministration In Washingtonhave
carried this program Into Porpoises make a wide varietyof
Its present stage, although it sounds, some of which are
had to be revitalized when the known to be used as a formof Flavor Aged (U. S. Choice) Center Rib
late President Kennedy assumed communication among memo
office. bers of the porpoise herd. First
RIB STEAK Ib 79'PORK CHOPS 69-
"The Industrial growth of recognition of the meaning of
Florida has resulted from the such sounds occurred at Marine-
various activities related direct. land. Flavor Aged (U. S. Choice) Ib Juicy Tender (ALL MEAT)

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World's Best GROUND U. S. Choice (BEEF)


BEEF 2 for lbs.89' SHORT RIBS Ib 49'

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Maxwell House Half Gal. 24 oz. Bottle (OIL)

COFFEE ClOROX CRISCO

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$5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order of$5.00 or more fed order
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Campbell's 2 cans Everfre.h (Hot DOlor Hamburger)

TOMATO SOUP fge BUNS
8 Ct. pic,. 1ge
Limit 4 Cans Please Save lOc

Showboat 2 Cans
Shurfine 303 Can (SLICED)
87 BEANS
.0 loan DOtt NOVA SAM M CIMON1 CUWM*1M11Florida's PEACHES Can1ge 19c
Limit 4 Please
Democratic Congressional -
TRICK or TREAT CANDIES Shurfre.h (TALL CAN)
Delegation Unanimously Endorses CARAMELS, SUCKERS, BUnLE GUM CREAM
AND CANDY KISSES INDIVIDUALY 2 cans 19-
President LYNDON B. JOHNSONThe WRAPPED. Limit 4 Please

members of Democratic Congressional Dele Farm Fresh Produce Everfrcih CINNAMON 6 Ct. pkf.
gation from Florida are proud of the outstanding
performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as President Red Johnathan BUNS 219 t

of the United States. They commend him to BAG APPLES 4B ,Z9C

you as, a stable, efficient administrator, and as Limit 4 Pic,. PleaeMurray'
a proven friend with an understanding of the Golden YellowBANANAS 1 Ib pkf.

programs which vitally affect Florida's economy. 2 Iba. f.ge Oatmeal Peacan Goodie Tea Cake

florida Needs President Johnson Large FirmLETTUCE COOKIESMITCHELL'S i ib 9Q*

President Johnson Needs Your Vote ,,d.l9e Save lOc pkf.

Vote Democratic November 3rd

The sfofrei ore foo high for ypti fcl ifoy jiom* SEAFOODSWILL

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BE CARRIED IN OUR STORE STARTING THIS WEEKEND. FRESH
SHRIMP, FISH, CRABS, OYSTERS, DEVIL CRABS, CRAB STICKS
BREADED SHRIMP, PEELED & DEVEINED SHRIMP, FRESH MULLET:
AND ASST. KINDS OF FILLETED FISH.5OFREE .
Elect Johnny J. Seale To The East

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Flagler Mosquito Control District 5OFREE 5OFREE

Your Will Be TOP VALUE STAMPS i TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
Vote Nov. 3 Support
With Purchase of
With purchase of 0 With Purchase 01S5.00
Three Cut-Up Twin-pkg. Ever*Fresh or More Food
Appreciated. FRYERS I.POTATO. CHIPS :r: Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After i Coupon Void After

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I 7aier.beach I DON'T FORGET CANDY AND APPLES FOR TRICK OR TREATERS


FLAGLER FOOD STORE R ;
ANNA LEE ZAMBA I sionaries from Paguary, Africa?I MEATS
Brazil and the homeland. State i, I r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Zamba are and Convention leaders were al ,
the parents of a six pound three so on the program. A religious!' r
ounce daughter, born at the drama, "Accepting the Challenge )I
Halifax Hospital October 24. She of the Cross" was the con. j

has been given the name of I eluding highlight. I I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS

Anna Lee. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
WOMAN'S CLUB I OCT. 29, 30, 31, 1964 RESERVED
of the Flagler
The meeting
The Flagler Woman's Club
Club will be held
Garden
Beach
Tuesday. November 3, at 1:30P. Heydt met October gave a report 14. on Mrs.the H.FlorIda G. Thanksgiving is only four weeks away. We will featureWilson1s
M.The
board meet.
Federation fall
meeting will be held atvthe I ing which she attended In Co. Certified Butterball type Turkeys. For the size
Community Church with coa Beach. Hostesses were Mrs.
Mrs. Juanita Strauser hostess, Jasper White and Mrs. R K. you want please order early.QUALITY.
and Mrs. Lucy Fuelling co-!I Hirst. Future dates to remember
hostess. The president urges all t I are: November 3rd bake l MEATSFLA.
members to attend. sale; November 11, Veterans Day

I Parade; November 21, Christmas GRADE "A" D & D WHOLE U. S. CHOICE CENTER CUT
BAPTIST CHURCH Bazaar.
CHUCK (FAMILY)
In the absence of the pastor, The next business meetingwill FRYERS It> 29
Rev. Atlee Stevens, the pulpitof be Tuesday, November 10, STEAK It 59
the First Baptist Church will at 9:30: A.M. because the paradeIs Limit 3 Please'
be filled Sunday by Dr. Stanford on the regular meeting day.
Smith of Stetson. The club building has been GRAPE "A" WESTERN BEEF PALM RIVER
Girls attending the BaptistG. rented for a political rally but CHUCK SLICED
A. House Party In Gainesvillelast the women want it understoodthat
week Included these Intermediates the rally Is for ALL can. POT ROAST
It< 49C BACON Ib 49
:Eleanor Shill, Joyce dldates and that they are not
Robinson, Janet Haines, and In any way taking sides in
Deborah Copeland. politics as it Is against Club GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF LARRY'S HOME MADE
Accompanying them were, the rules.
ROUND BONE PURE PORK
counselor, Mrs. Nanerle Stevens,
Hostesses ror the day were
Miss Orvllene Turpin, and Jackie Mrs. Lester Stanton and Miss
Robinson.Mrs. ,Emily Gage. ROAST59" SAUSAGE It 49
Stevens reports many Im
portant messages given by mis- Continued To Page 8 -
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FLORIDA'S Agriculture, Business COFFEESUGAR S


and Industry are prospering with 6 OZ. f&WP E 1b] 39

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President Lyndon B. Johnson
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

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> yusl1 PEACHES 4 for sr SOUP

CAN 10
Limit 4 Please'

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2i/a WHOLE PURPLE PLUMSor

FOOD KING BREMNER SALTINES .... 1 Ib 23c

,.,,1.Iry.ol Sp....r4 L H.ll."4 0...,.A.Smlh.rt Haydwi Infill E"7tf MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN
Oov.rn.r UiSwialar US.Senator Oo""o.HOtIII APRICOTS 2 for
Slot cf rkrid. 3r
RICE 3 tb Cello 39
EveryF'orida MIX or MATCH Bag

LARGE 13 OZ EVER.FRESH
Official
EVER.FRESH PKG. OF 12

Supports F' 4 POUND CAKE Ea.29' DINNER

President ROLLS 2 for 25

1.M AJ.nI. J."'nNN W.Kyn*. 30 oz. BOX SM. BITE SIZEKEN.L
Lyndon B. Johnson
Attorney
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JUICE GLASS WITH
BISCUIT BOX 25
GIANT
PREMIUM DUZ BOX 49)
REG. PRICE 37c SAVE 12c .

FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS

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APPLES BAG 4lb 25 FRIES -. 10'


Every Florida official tUcUa to .wld., urgtt Limit 5 Please
the reelection of President Johnton. L ETTUCE Hd. -
Effective cooperation between State and Notional I lit 10 OZ. SINGLETON BUTTERFLY
official rtftccti In many experiences of N
economics end progrtu. Favorable Federal dtcltlont BREADED
have been responsible for Florida'retention YELLOW COOKING
i of our great military Installation,continuing SHRIMPEXTRA
development of space programs Interstate High ONIONS 3 Ihi 19 pkc. 490SrUSrtiW
ways, protection of citrus and cattle Industries. i.ws
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Florida hat benefited In construction
programsfor
and such other Arm?'. __ __ ......___.. .
schools universities hospitals o.n..l.e t .titii tiYLYbtiY1,1s4ItiU .*PS.Uti'b'tiM1 LN'.tiYwti.C.ILJUL... 5 ...... -i
vital projects as the Cross Stat. Barge Canal.

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Florida Weerfs fresitent Johnson &: H GREEN STAMPS S &: H GREEN STAMPS j: S&H GREEN STAMPS

President Johnson Needs Your Vote with this coupon and your with this coupon and your! With this coupon and

purchase of 2 (Two) purchase of 1 Ever-Fresh j : Your purchase of$5.00 or

Vote Democratic November 3rdth 12 oz. Cans Van Camp's?* Twin Pack Potato Chips More Food Order
CORNED BEEF !:
stake* are 6o high fpr you fo stay'home Coupon Expire ti Coupon Expire Coupon Expires

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I Mrs. High Honored I Mrs. Blakely

At A Birthday i Hostess At o"..".
Celebration I A LuncheonMrs.
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I Mrs. J. B. High was honored' Lee Blakely entertainedat I
I, guest at a birthday party Sunday a luncheon Thursday at her u.s. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
afternoon at the Lee Blakely home, 305 North Pine street
Home, 305 North Pine street. The occasion was a family gath
Hostesses were Mrs. Blakely and ering to celebrate the birthdays CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Mrs. M. B. Fuller. occurring during October. Those
honored were Mrs. Blakely's sisters
The dining table was over Margaret Clegg, Pauline
laid with a white hand made Lovelace, Zena Muzyka. Alsoa Round Bone ROAST lb. 59
lace cloth poised over pink close family friend, Shirley
cloth. An arrangement of pink Hardin. :
carnations and white mums The luncheon, served buffet

formed was flanked the with centerpiece.crystal candla-This and style,several Included new family dishes.favorites Mrs. CHUCK STEAK lb. 53

bras holding pink tapers, all
assisted in
Blakely was prepar
completing the background for i
ing them by Mrs. Clegg.
the oblong birthday cake. A silver
Enjoying the affair were Mr.
coffee service was placed at and Mrs. Richard Cantrell, Mr. Lean Western Pork Wilson's "Certified"
one end of the table and the and Mrs. John Clegg, Mrs. T. E.
bowl at the other. LOIN ROAST bS3 FRANKS
crystal punch Lovelace, Jr., Mrs. Ann Hunter 1 ,Ib *.. 49$
Pouring was Mrs. W C. Sulli
and children, Kevin and Zena
,van. Margie Lee Blakely pre. Marie, Marie Muzyka, J.S.Bray, Lean Western FIRST CUT Smoked (SLICED FREE)
sided at the punch bowl and C. H. Muzyka, Ray Mercer, Mrs.P. $
PORK CHOPS SLAB
3
served the BACON
Mrs.cake. T. E. Holden A. Edmonson, Shirley Hardln, lb. Ib 3ge
all of Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
I Those enjoying the affair with ward Hawkins, East Palatka; Armour Star "SUGAR CURED" BONELESS
the honoree Included: Rev. and I Miss Vonnie Knight, Cocoa. I Whole
Mrs. Howard Porter, Mr. and I HAM SHalf| or Ib. 73
Mrs. T. E. Holden, Mr. and Mrs.
I E. S. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ( Free)
Mercer, Mrs. Rosely Cameron, 1J dM
Mrs. W. W. Deen Mrs. Nellie Our Value 300 Can Red & White EVAPORATED Tall Can
Tweed, Miss Lucille Walker,'

Stanish Mrs. Claude, Miss Barrow Celestine, Mrs.Stanish Paul, MARCIE Mr. and JO Mrs.MERCER Paul Mercer an. PORK & BEANS 10 fer$100 MILK I 8 ,or'l

Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, Margie Lee nounce the arrival of a six Our Value 303 Can

Blakely, Mrs. Walter Knight, pound three, born and at the a half ounce Hill I' MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
daughter Holly TOMATOES 8 $1
. Lee Blakely, M. B. Fuller, Mrs. for
General
October 27.
Laurie Yelvington, A. M. Me- Hospital
Daniel, all of Bunnell. Also the She has been named Marcie Jo. Red & White No. 2/ Can COFFEE
honoree's son, J. B. High, Jr., of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mercerare
Washington, D. C. the paternal'grandparents.. PEACHES 4 for $100 1 Tbn 580

MRS. L L BRANNAM JERRY LYN CAULEYMr. Armour Star 5 oz. "ZIP TOP" Can
HOSTESS TO SHOWER I and Mrs. Jerry Cauley are VIENNA 00 Limit 1 with $5,00 or more food order
FOR MISS GREENE the parents of a seven pound SAUSAGE 5 for $1
I I five ounce daughter, born Oc
Mrs. L. 1,. Brannam and her i tober 22nd at the Ormond Beach.
daughter, Miss Nancy Brannam,I!Hospital. She was given the i iI HERSHEY'S DAIRY SPECIALs -
were hostesses at a bridal show. I name of Jerri Lyn.
er on October 13 at the Bran I I SUGAR /. BISCUITS 10 o:. Canb
nam home, honoring Miss DI. Mrs. D. D. Moody and daughter
anne Greene who became Mrs. Nlta, have returned to their HUNGRY JACK 19lJ
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Richard Yelvington on October [home here after a visit in Or. 5 29CLimit
,lando where they visited with Bag
16.Fall flowers were used In the I her daughter, Miss lona Moody. 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS -
rooms where the guests were as.
sembled. The bridal motif was j I Mrs. F. J. Chambers left Mon Winter Garden 8 oz. pkg.
carried out in the favors and day morning to accompany Mrs.I
refreshment course. Celie Joyce Causey Green of Palatka to I I Golden RipeBANANAS MEAT PIES 3 ro,47e
Emery and Mrs. L. L. Harris I North Carolina for' a visit of aI,

were awarded prizes as winnersIn week. ;, U _
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FRIDAY 6:45 SAT. OPEN 4:45 SALAD Order

Coupon Void After Coupon Void After / > Coupon Void! After
SUNDAY & MONDAYAll Sunday, Nor. 1, 1964 Sunday, Nor. 1, 106-1 ) ( Sunday, Nor. 1, 1964
Your Favorite Stars in one of the Biggest
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Sunday From 3:00 p. m. Complete Show 3 hours OPEN SUNDAYS I Phone 437-3227
and 15 minutes. One Showing Only Monday Nightat 8:00 -1:00 p.m. U.s. No.1 BUNNELL
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(Continued from page 6) Real Estate Broker

METHODIST CHURCH Bunnell Florida

Over 75 people and youths attended around like withCHEVRONe
a goblin
the Joint meeting of the Nothing gels FLAGLKR IN TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT FLORIDA OM

MYF and the church last Sun IN CHANCERY NO. 4944
ANNA M. FAUTT,
hear Dr. Minna
day evening to Plaintiff

Jewell, who recently returned "'
d
In CHARLES FAUTT.
after spending several years Defendant.
South America. Dr. Jewell also NOTICE TO DKFKND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
showed slides of the countriesof CHARLES a. FAUTT,
8ILVAM ROAD. RFD NO. 2
refresh.
South America and a FREEHOLD NEW JERSEY
ment hour was enjoyed by all You are hereby notified that a
cult has been filed against you In
following the program. the above entitled cause: and you

Church school time Is at 9:45: are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.answer -

A. M. and morning worship Is at .the LIVELIER gasolines! and to serve a copy thereof upon
the
.. plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.
11 o'clock with Rev. R. N. Hoover whose name and address U:

minister. Next Sunday there RAY SELDEN SELDEN BUILDING

will be a fellowship dinner aft. DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDAnot
car the worship hour and the official Gay occasions call for these new and 1964.later than November 3. A.D.

board will meet after the modern motor fuels, so right for Dixie's confesso If you fall will to be do entered co. decree against pro

dinner. pulsing pace today. Choose from 3 you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of laid
This morning the Woman's great Chevron gasolines. Each packed suit being: for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
Society of Christian Service will with livelier performance, long-running economy. said Court this 2nd day of October.
observe call to Prayer and Self A. I>. 1964.Official -
Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme you ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Denial. Mrs. Beulah Hoover of Clerk of -aid Circuit Court
get Methylt the different antiknock compoundthat Oct S-lS-22.29-4to
r Holly Hill will lead the Meditation

All women of the churchare helps develop all the power built into your IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
FLAGM3R COUNTY, FLORIDAEVTATin
urged to attend and bringa car. Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron! !'! NO. TTS
..._ Estate of
friend.
DEWEY D. MOOD
Th e Men's Club Is planninga Deceased.
NOTICE OF rnonATM
Chicken Bar-B-Que dinner on THE STATE OF FLORIDATO
We take better care of carSTANDARD
your ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
Saturday, November 7, startingat IN THE ESTATE OF THE DECEDENT -
4 P.M. Tickets are on sale :
You are hereby notified that a
from any member. written Instrument purporting: to
be the Last Will and Testament
of laid decedent has been admittedto
Mrs. Howard Lerch and son, probate in said Court.
You are' hereby commanded with
Richard, left last week for a In six (6) calendar months from
I the date of the first publication
visit to Lebanon Pa.
of this notice to appear In said
Court and show cause if any. why
.'. the action of said Court In admitting
;
BUNNELLSCHOOL said Will to probate should
not stand unrevoked.
T. K. MCKNIGHT
NEWS County Judge Flagler
County. Florida
Continued From Page 2 First publication on October 8, 164
Oct. a'U-n'Z9-He
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wore of the major leagues but IJT TilE COUNTY JUDGR'S COURT

but'had young in front of them. IN,AND FLORIDA FOR FI.AGIKR PROBATE COUNTY FILE

The county seat challenged any Estate N0. ITS ofDEWEY:

other team around to play themat D. MOODY

the end of the season at a TO ALL Deceased.CREDITORS AND PER.
special fiesta. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
If you want to solve the mys You and each of you are hereby

91 tery as the boys did ,It Is in Ii'xjt's claims notified and to file demands in duplicate which, you all

the High School Library. Good have against the Estate of DEWEY
D. MOODY, Deceased In the office
for any young ball player comIng of Honorable T K. McKnlght,
County Judge at his office In the
up. Very good. Court House at Bunnell Florida,
Library Assistant, ''V'ii \'\ # within six (I) calendar months
from October 8th, 1964, which Is
Jack Wetherington. the date of the first publicationof
this Notice. Each claim or demand -
\) H31% must be In writing, must
THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS state the place of residence, post
office address of the claimant must
(By Ewen Montagu) be sworn to, and must be filed
as aforesaid or else same will become -
This is
a story that takes placeIn void.

the years 194243. In a small /S/ Murtlce Richardson Moody
Executrix
town in England in a labortary First publication on October 8. 1)64

the men of the British secret WALTER and E. SMITHDANIEL

service were discussing a secret p. MCDONALD
; Attorneys for Executrix
.,
\ operation that they were going 118 East Central Boulevard

I to launch against the Germans. 1 Oct.Orlando a.15-U.U-4to Florida

The name of this operation is
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
"Operation Mincemeat." For a k4 FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
1 IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4MT
story with a true and exciting FREDERICK J. GIBSON

background come to the library Trod.morVi "CHEVHON","METHYl*.and CHEVRON design \ Plaintiff.

and check out this book. EMMA MARJORIB GIBBON

Library Assistant, R. E. MORRIS, Agent, Daytona Beach, Florida NOTICE TO DKFKNU Defendant.
Johnny Seale. TilE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
EMMA MARJORIE GIBSON,
897 FAIRLAWN AVENUE
- TORONTO U. CANADA
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to our answer *
with the Clerk l'l this Court,
BURNS MEANS BUSINESS and to serve a copy thereof upon
; the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose RAT name SELDEN and address is:

SELDEN BUILDING
'* DEM. DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDAnot
1888.later than November 8. A. D.

/ -- If you fall to do so, decree pro
; conf.sso will be entered against
E'
you for the relief demanded in the
8k" bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
4.PI WITNESS my hand and seal of
1 said Court this 2nd day of October
A. n. 19(4.Offlclal .
( : Seal E. A. SMYTHE
t Clerk of said Circuit Court
Oct. I-U.U-U-4to

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The first public Junior collegein turned home from a visit in t. IV TILE CIRCUIT -covnT-OF -
KUAUL.KR ('OVNTFLOIUDA..
Junior the U.College.S. was Juliet (Illinois) al I quincy with her daughter. RunT IN CHANCKHY PRKYBR, NO.Plaintiff.4KW 1- PETERSON TEXACOSERVICE



i Mr. am* "rs. Claude Deen of, CAROLYN BKUT1I v. FREYER I ROAD SERVICE

(Continued from Page 7) I I Christmas, Florida, visited here NOTICE TO DKKK.MI Defendant Light Mechanical Work

CLASSIFIEDADS WHITE BIBLE during the past weekend with THE STATE N OP BBItTM FLORIDA FRKYBR TO':' I Phone 437.3441 BunntUCommunity

CEREMONY relatives. They were the house: It MONMOUTll AVENUBKAflT
KmANS UnO, MEW! I
I guests of his grandmother, Mrs. JKUSEY -
Miss Dianne Greene, who became C. A. Riddell.Mr. Tou are hereby notified that u : .... r'oI\
nit has been filed against you In
I' the bride of Richard Yel- the above entitled cause; and you
Listings under this heading are, vlngton on October 16, was given are hereby required to Sic your answer I
with the Clerk of this Court,
and Mrs. 11. L. (Cracker)
3 cents word each insertion.)
a the White Bible Ceremony by the and to serve a copy thereof upon
75 cents is the minimum charge' Ward left during the past week. the plaintiff I or pltlntlffi attorney, Memorial Church
Young Women's Association of whole and !I.
address
'I end for Ft. Myers where they RAY name BKUDKN : I. ....... .......1
FOR SALE 40 inch GE four. the First Baptist Church. The
will reside. Mr. Ward who is Selden Itulldlnfr. 800 Main Street
burner double oven electric party was given at the home of DAYTONA BKAClt FLORIDA AIR CONDITIONED
I employed by Florida Power and not later than November 18, A. D.,
AT .
range in good condition, $75.00 the Leader, Mrs. Thomas Pinner, 194. Dayton *
I
Call 4373243. After six p. m. call Jr., on October 12. Light Co., is transferring to the If you fall to do 'o, decree proconfeeso FLAGLER BEACH
Ft. Myers Division. They have will be entered against
4373253. Gwen McGriff. for the relief demanded In
I the .
A white Bible was presentedto resided here for the past 14 tOil of complaint. The nature of Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
Oct. 29.1tcUST aid suit I being for divorce Church Service 11:00 A.M.
_
the honoree in a beautiful years.D. WITNESS my hand and neat of

SELL waterfront home, 2 ceremony.: The association's colors A.n.aid Court mi.Oinclal this 19th day of October R. W. DICKERT, PaaterHVICHYONH

bedrooms, large Florida room, of green and white were P. Forsythe of Palatka spent ( Heal) E. A. 8MYTIIB WKLCOMBWIMVWUVWW
reasonable 304 Palm carried out in the decorationsand Clerk of said Circuit Court
1H baths, Monday in Bunnell visiting with Oct. 12-29 ft Nov. i.U-Ue

Circle Drive, Flagler Beach. freshment courses. : his sisters.
) -

Oct. 29-5tc I i I e'.... .. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dillon of FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
beds :
FOR SALE 2 maple twin :
with mattress and springs $40 Providence, R. I., are visiting'I HASTINGS MATTRESS

each or best offer. Phone 437- here this week with her mother, & UPHOLSTRY WORKS : AMBULANCE

3611. After 6 P. M. call 4373298. Mrs. Daisy Buckles, and other I 710.12 Lemon St. I, pHONEVAley41625OHtV ,
relatives. Mrs. Dillon will be '
Palatka Florida
Oct. 29.1tpWANTED V 11/.L/
remembered as the former Miss Phone EA 5-9166 I'I'I ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

AT ONCE-Rawleigh Hazel Buckles of Bunnell. -
I I Fumltu Upholstering I Never be hetltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
Dealer In Flagler] Co or Bunnell, Repaired & Refinished

write Rawleigh Dept. FA J 360 3, Mrs. Lady Allen returned home 1 I Mattresses & Box Springs are always at your service with promptness safety and
Made to Order.Also Renovated
Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 22-5tp Sunday after spending several experience.
.
Call Laura Morris 437.3233

WANTED IRONING to do at my days in Green Cove Springs with!I After 6:00 P. M. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

home, reasonable. Pick up & de- Mrs. Hirris Long and family. PRICES REASONABLE.

livery. Phone ID 73669. Friends here will regret to know I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. :: Garcia Funeral Home

10-24-tf that Mr. Long is critically ill Just as near as your

in a hospital there. I I I Phone or Post Office P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

SEPTIC TANK 'cleaning; drain I Drop Us A Card or Call
LADY ASSISTANT
Free Pick-up & Delivery f
fields installed; snail shell. Read Mrs. Laurie has .. . .
Yelvington re VVAVWWVWUWAIWWVSKEEP '\, .'''... .. ,/'......'
sonable prices. Call George Ja-

roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf


CONSTIPATED?
To prove PRUN-EVAC containing
Prune Figs & Senna !. world'
Smo-o-the.t. beat and most natural the FLOIISIWALIVE ,
laxative MOODrS hurry to PHARMACY

for generous FREE SAMPLE] or
40 tablet for 79c. Over 1,000.000
old each year.


JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER INFlorida's >

BEACH REALTY CO.

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

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IIT TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB Is No Accident!
OK SKVKNTH HLOIUUA.JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR Success Story

PLAOLKIt COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
CHANCKHY NO. 4SO4
JOHN L. HEFFLAY, 8th largest state in the nation
Plaintiff,
-..- .. Industry is at an all time high '
BARBARA A. HEFFLAY
Defendant.TO 45 State Parks now in operation **'.,
: BARBARA A. HKFFLAY
151 South Rummer Avenue Space and Moon-Shot Program CenterAn
Scranton. Peniylvanla.
Tou are hereby notified that a accelerated program, for education
Complaint for Divorce ha* been
filed against you and :you are required Highest standard of living in history
to serve a of An
copy :your
.wer or Pleading; to the Complainton Tourism booming with 15 million visitors annually
the Plaintiff attorney,
W. U Wadiworth Inland waterways and harbors improved by 5 million dollars
P. O. Box I9Bunnell.
Florida Veterans hospitals increased by 47 million dollars in "64
and file the original Answer or r
Pleading the office of the Clerkof Agri-business has a consumer value in excess of three billion dollars
the Circuit Court on or before r
the 20th day of November 1114. Record building program for highways, expressways, and Interstate highwaysFLORIDA'S
It :you fall to do .o. Judgment
by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Complaint 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $1,570,000,000

DONE AND ORDERED at Bun- 1964 FEDERAL EXPENDITURES IN WERE
nell Florida, this 20th day of Oc FLORIDA $3,338,000,000
tober. 1114.Circuit .
( Court Real)
E. A. 8MTT1IB Florida's development as the fastest growing largo state requires a partnership with the

Clerk.FlaKler Circuit County Court, Florida 4.1overnment-through new roads, schools, public expenditures-to keep pace with the

Oct. M-lt A Nov. 12Uo needs and demands of the kind of growth never before experienced by any State.

Statement. required by the Act ol There are men and women behind the Florida Story who played an important rolo in
August 24 1112. a* amended by the
Acts of March I. 1112 (Title 2>. U.& its success. They provided the leadership to get the Job done. These leaders have been

Code.enhlp,Sec.management.21)0) showing and circulation the own traditionally elected by the people from the ranks of tho Democratic candidates .a

of weekly The Flatter at D Tribune. Florida, published, for Go to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon B. Johnson for President-Spessard L. Hoi

October. mi. land for United States Senator-Haydon Burns for Governor- then Vote Democratic
1. The name and addresses of
the publisher editor, managing editor All-the-vray.
and business mana..,. are:
Publisher ] r.. M. U. Fuller Bun
net Florida.
Kdltor.. Mrs. J.(. a Fuller Bun
nell Florida. 0 continue to 6u//ct tetter fitOMMI .
d
Bunnell.2. The Florida.owner U U. B. Fuller

1. The known bondholder*. morttaireea -
and other security holder*
holding percent or more r 1ALLTHE
:
:infar
of bond, mort
gages or other securities are: None.
4. Paragraphs 2 and I Include, In
eases where the atockbolder or *.. I
runty holder appear upon tb.
books of the company a* trustee erIn
any other fiduciary relation the
name of the perIOD or corporatten
for whom such (rest.. le acting;
also the atatementa la the two paragraphs
show the '* knewl-
edge and belief a* to the II'drcum
stances and condition under whfth
stockholders and security holders WAY ON NOVEMBER 3
who do not appear upon the books
.f the company a* trutUea. held
stock and securities la a capacity
other than that of a bone Ade owner
fc The averar number of c pte*
of each issue ef this publication sold
or distributed, threvch the ma.ll eretherwice STATE DEMOCRATIC KXUrTTIVK COMMITTBB: or FLORIDA
to paid .IIMertt.-n der.ins Warren M. Qeoee'rleA. CnalrmaaAnn
the 11 months preceding the M. Kramer view Chairmen
date shown above wa 11 IS.M. Frank L. ,'.,.., H-crelarjr
a Fuller. Owner.






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I PAGE TEN _. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA _. Thursday, October 29. 1964
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' For I'Zimmerle Sails and from the Marines short air. Air units to go ashore quickly I takln gpart In operation "Steel
;, Scholarships I field for tatlcal support (SATS). to support Marine ground forces Pike" will return to the U.S.
For "Steel Pike" SATS is, in effect, a carrier in amphibious operations.Most during the first week in Decem- I
Ag EngineeringFour I flight deck, including catapultsand of the United States units I ber.
scholarships for agricul Marine Private First Class arresting gear, moved a* -
tural engineering students at the Charles W. Zimmerle, son of Mr.'shore. It was developed by the ------- -
University of Florida will be and Mrs. II D. Zimmerle of Marine Corps to allow Marine
provided this year by the Florida Route 1, Bunnell, has sailed -- ----
Tractor Equipment Company of from the east coast of the United
Florida Needs I Am For
Jacksonville.Dr. States to take part in operation Running CommissionEast
D. T. Kinard, head of theuniversity's 'Steel Pike" In Spain. The combat HAYDON BURNSAs
training exercise will be the
Agricultural Engineering -
Department, said scholarships largest amphibious operation Governor
of $300 each will be conducted in the Atlantic since Flagler Mosquito Control
and two World War II.
awarded to two Junior
He is a member of Force
senior students.
will be selected Troops Atlantic, which is norm
Recipients
from eligible students by an ally based at Camp Lejeune, Your Vote will be appreciated
agricultural engineering faculty N. C.
committee In cooperation with Operation "Steel Pike" is be
the University Committee of ing conducted to show the ability

Student Awards. Aid, Scholarships, and of forces U.S.to and rapidly Allied place amphibious large I would like to contact each voter

The tractor company has made numbers of troops ashore and
available the $1200 through the maintain them for as long as
but
time is too short
J. W. Schlppmann Foundation. necessary. The operation will .
also train the forces of both
SM J .
ADULTS CONTINUE countries in conducting Joint operations. foEM. '

You call at 439-2002 if
EDUCATIONAdults Spanish Air Force units will may me you
fly missions in support of the
within: the county con. .
landing force along with U.S.
tInue to take the General Edu have
cational Development tests to Navy and Marine aircraft operating any questions
from fast attack carriers
secure their high school equivalency "
diplomas. The next admin
istration of the General Educa Masons PrepareFor
tional Development Tests is on Official CHARLES J. MISSINE
November 19 and 21 at Main
Visit TuesdayThe
land High School.
Adults who desire to know official visit of the District
more about this opportunity are Deputy Grand Master of Paid Political Adv. .
urged to contact John A. Can the 15th Masonic District, will
non, Jr., guidance counselor at be here at the Bunnell Lodge No. B -
Bunnell High School or at his 200 F&A M, Tuesday evening.The .
home. Phone numbers are 437 meeting will be in the Ma. HAYDON BURNS
3413 at the school and 439-2147 sonic Lodge building at 730.: ,
at his home. An informational The lodge master, Shelton Governor of Florida CALL .
booklet will be mailed to any Brooks, said all members of I Burns Means Business
interested adult Bunnell and
promptly as Lodge Sojournersare j
I well as personal counsel offered invited to attend. I (Paid Politic! Ad)



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