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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 5, 1964
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52, NO. 44 BUNNELL FLORIDA NOV.
THURSDAY 5, 1964 S2.50 A YEAR
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Florida ReturnsTo PELLICER CREEK : Routine Meet 'MOODY FAMILY ''Legion Sponsors ''

CEMETERY WORK I
REUNION HERE j

Democratic DAY SATURDAYWork Of County Board THIS SUNDAYThe Observance Of ' "


Column Tuesday day for the Pelltcer' Held Monday annual reunion of the Veterans k''a;:' '
, set. Day
After Creek Cemetery has been for Moody Family will be held \

in three presidential elections Saturday, November 7, Zack" I At the monthly meeting of here at the Bunnell Civic Center The Annual Veterans Day Pa. N
the Republican column Holland said today. the Board of County Commls-j{ November 8.
Sunday, rade and Ceremony will be I
for president, Florida has re sloners Monday proved to bej I
returned to the Democratic fold. He urges all Interested: ,per I a_ short routine session. { All members of the family and sponsored by Flagler Post No. ,'
t 115 of The American
Flagler County remained in sons to bring their tools and family connections and friends Legion at
the Democratic column all the lunch with them. i i Theboard '"discussed with are Invited to attend.A 12 P. M. Wednesday, November 11. \ .

way by voting a good marginin 'Tommy Durrance some uncom.I The parade t- on Palm . \.,. 1
all three races with Repub. pleted work begun by the lateD. basket lunch will be servedat '
: Hogan Will SpeakTo Avenue and u U.S : 'r
lican opposition. D. Moody, surveyor, on roadr about 12:45.Mosquito: : Highway 1 to !lie. ,' IA I
304305. Mr. Durrance broughtto
In the total vote for the QuarterbacksGuest brief ceremony 11 %
Johnson-Humphrey ticket, Including the board an unfinished map Board In front of the courth ; 5
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the absentee votes, was| speaker for the Bunnell Mr. Moody was drawing covering Judge James T. Nel f

940. Goldwater-Miller had 718.I I Quarterback Club will be Fred Flagler County which the Returned For speaker. 'II

Senator Holland received 1016 Hogan, Head Coach of Seabreeze board had ordered some time I Civic organizations and bus

votes to Claude R. Kirk 315. High School in Daytona Beach. ago. No decision was made as Four-Year TermsAll ness establishments are urgedto
com-1 I
whether to have the map
In the race for governor Jacksonville Is to be participate by entering afloat
The Dinner meeting
Mayor Haydon Bums pleted. three members of the i or decorated car In the pa
held In the School Cafeteria
got 1046 votes to Charles Holly's night.I Raymond Smith, director of East Flagler Mosquito Control I rade. Prizes will be given for
at 7:30: p.m. on Tuesday civil introduced of- returned to office,
412. I I defense, an District were the best floats. Children are

|fleer out of state headquarterswho for another four years by a wide urged to ride decorated bicycles.

explained to the board margin In Tuesday's. freeholder Three prizes will be given.

GENERAL ELECTIONUNOFFICIAL the propsltion of adopting match election for the district. All business places and homesare

funds. After discussion, the. Votes received were: Incumbent encouraged to display the
postponed a decision. Frank brede 293. American Flag all day November
, Under the proposition explained 11. Many businesses will
Incumbent 277.
RESULTS Smith would have been George Moody participate In a special promotion
Incumbent Lyman Gage 315.:
enabled to employ a clerk, and sale after the parade. 1
Defeated candidates the
I polled ""'
(certain other advantages would The Brief ceremony at the .
w N fl 3 Iin w accrue, it was stated. following number of votes: courthouse will be under the direction .y
? Willis McDowell 132; Charles .
Contracting for property own of Mrs. Cora Buckles, ,
x :x xzz: :x xx: ership map for the tax assessor's Mlsslne 144; Johnny Seale 158. commander of The American

I office was discussed, but action Legion Post. The Bunnell High
OFFICE AND CANDIDIlTE1: 1: : 1: Ui
was postponed when Don Moore, Lengthy Illness School Band will render several "1

.jihLJIDEMOCRATIC i I assessor said he anticipated recelvlng selections. Prizes will be award

with an few days quo. Brings DeathTo ed.

tations for a firm who does this Judge Nelson will be the featured .

Lyndon B. Johnson, for Pres. type of work. It was agreed, Hirris LongFuneral speaker. He is one of the )"
41 96 20 80 32 898
Hubert Vice Pres. 238 305
REPUBLICAN however, that other map firms Judges of the Seventh Judicial

Barry M. Goldwater, for Pres. would be contacted. service was held in Circuit which is comprised of

William M. Miller lor .Vice. Pres 208220.30. 16.27 62. '78 47 688 George.*Moody, ,Jr.,. chairmanof Green Cove..Springs Sunday.alt Flagler Volusia, Putnam "*nd
U. S. Senator r the airport advisory committee ernoon for Hlrrls Long, former St. Johns Counties. He Is a veteran i
Spessard L. Holland (Dem.) 254 303 47 68 36 89107 511055 told the board hanagar rentals superintendent of public Instruc. and former Small Claims
Claude nJ11rk (Rep.) 11 16 11 19 2317 3C1l
Governor . ,,67143. were paid up. He said local tion of Cay County. Mr. tons Court Judge of Volusia County.

Haydon Burns (Dem.) 'Z71339 51 997 flyers would like to ask the was 52 years of age and passed.
40 69 14 91 102
Charles R. Holley (Rep.) ,? ...... 103154 23 397 board to build aprons on sides away Friday night following along I Club
Below candidates are Democrats of the hangar No decision was illness. To Keep
Representative In Cong. 8th'DIIL.
D. R. (Billy Matthews) 283 348 49 66 32 91 lO9S9 1037 made. Due to his health Mr. Long Meetings DatesThere
Supreme Court Group 1 / resigned as superintendent last
B. K. Roberts 172 243 44 G4 30 47 98 53 795
HALLOWEEN KING 23 members
Supreme Court. Group 2 spring and his wife, the former were present

E. Harris Drew 181 25 45 61 30 54 9253. 774 QUEEN CROWNED Marjorie McKenzie of Bunnell, when the Flagler Senior
Supreme Court Group 3 I was named to fill the unexpiredterm. Citizens Club met Tuesday evening
I Richard W. Ervin 204 258 44 62 32 6210152 783 Crowned King and Queen of November 3, at the
, Judge Dis. Court of Appeal. 1 DLI.r the Halloween Carnival Satur. Woman's Club building Flag*
r John T. Wlgginton 176251 43 61 29 52 9152 755 Among the survivors are his
day evening at the Carnival
wife and Sarah Icr Beach.
Circuit Judge, 7th Circuit one daughter,
James T. Nelson 185 269 46 34 63102, 814 dance were Dennis Buono and Paige Long, both of Green Cove The Club, which had considered .
Secretary of State Judy Dunson. The dance followed Springs Other survivors Includehis meeting only once A

Tom AdamsComptroller 23-1 288. 66 37 76109 I 57 917 the V. F.W. Auxiliary Carnival mother a sister and two month, voted to continue to

Ray E. GreenCommissioner 215287 48 68 36 887 held at the Bunnell Civic brothers. meet twice monthly, oh the first ',"

of Agriculture. 6811451 I Center on Saturday afternoon and third Tuesdays. The next ;.
231286 51 62 36 812 Prize winners for the spook BAND PARENTS meeting will bo November 17. i'
Attorney
General 7711Z1S4 I parade costumes were-Prettiest, A program has been planned ;
Earl Faircloth 216.. 48 61 35 883 Nena Wadsworth ugliest Jay MEET TONIGHT I
;
State Treasurer 70109157, which will be announced later. ,
,
J. Edwin Larson 46 57 34 53 849 Rodgers; most original, Martin Band Parents Association President The Club scheduled no formal .

State Supt. Public Instruction 2191272'1 981 t Stefllk. Evelyn Cook said todayan program this week because of .
Tom D. Bailey 218282 50 61 35 73108 5 883 The the .
parade preceded car.I Important meeting of the the meeting being held on election 1
Public Utilities Commission I
I nival.
Edwin L. "Ed" Mason 188,256 47 62 34 G5 I 99152 803 I I association will be held In the day. Following a potluck
State Attorney. 7th Circuit 7311054, band room at 8 o'clock tonight. supper there was a short biul-
Dan R. Warren 223.295 r 58 35 898 I.[Amendment VoteIn Matters on the new uniformsfor ness session after which some
Public Defender, 7th Circuit
Robert L. Wilson 177252, t. the big and little bands will members watched election returns
4 59 31 9653 7741
State Senator 31 District I Flagler Couunty be discussed All band parents on TV while others played
Verle A. Pope 220 4 35 71114 1896 of both the big and tho little cards until adjournment ,
House of Representative Flag. Co. Amendment No. 1-yes 350: ; bands are urged to attend this

County William Judge L. Wadsworth m'l 52 68 39 98118 I 621)13( no 301. meeting. REV. PINNER 4

. T. K. (Buddy) McKnight 2823.3 59 76 401 1301 1027 Amendment No. 2-yes 362; ANNOUNCESSERMON
I Clerk Circuit Court I Il no 227. : SMALL CLAIMS
E. A. Smythe" 241 51 59 921t" Amendment No. 3- yes 411; TOPICS
l. ,. P'1 Sheriff 771121) no 172. SESSION PUT OFF ,..
Homer Brooks 3G6 5 ,71 126 1079 I Key. Thomas Pinner, Jr., said
Amendment No. 4-yes 243; Small Claim Court Le "
Tax Assessor Judge today his sermon topic for next
D. R. Moore 249 5 61 31 7 116' 953 no 363. !ola Jones said today there will Sunday morning will be "How ,

Tax Dale Collector B. Brown ..* 88123631026 I Amendment No. 5-yes 357; be no session of the Court on To Be A Married Young Adult
2671 53 39 no 223. "
the regular date Wednes
next and Like It."
Supt. of PuMJc Instruction I ,
t Coy G. HarrisSupervisor 250 31 48 34 13,3ur.sl Amendment No. -yes 316; day.The The topic tor the evening \
4 of Registration I no 204. session has been post service will be "The Need! for
Mary E. Smith 4 11 41 Amendment No. 7-yes 457; poned due to Veterans Day fallIng Kneeling.
County Commissioner, Diet 1 I *
4Gi I I no 127. on Wednesday. \i r
Louis M. Stefllk 5
mC51 950
County Commissioner. District I Amendment No. 8-trS 387; The next session will be held CIGARETTE TAX
C. H. Cowart 59: 3 976 no 172. on November 23.

Otis S. Hunter Commissioner. District S 2-18,0 I :::1 3d, 123C..j Amendment No. 9-yes 358; TO MUNICIPALITIESThe
50 9-10 no 163.
Barnacle thrive
in salt water
,
Member School I following amounts have
Board. District 2 t f I I
Raymon F. Tucker 24 SGl 6J I : 939 Amendment No. 10-yn 165; but soon die In fresh water. Sea been sent to Flagler County's
Member School Board. District 4 7r.2911 1 -, 341 81116'' no 346. captains sometime pilot theirvessels municipalities from the September .

Harold Emery 27 52:' 311 913 Amendment No. 11-yr'* 163; Into fresh water to kilt colffction of cigarette taxes.
Judge Small Claims Court '
i r I JUJ no 34&
the barnacles the r
Leofa R. Jones 4 311 clinging to Bunnell, $2,800.90.
Justice of the Peace 911 Amendment No. 12--yr*. 293; hull. Shell of some species Beverly Beach, $:& &

Com R. A...J.'fdl Powell 9283 4 3Sl111113' 800 no 295. however, remain sticking to the,, Flsfler Beach I99U1.Marfneland. .

Wilfred E. Hunter 33P 3719713155,1001! Amendment No. 13-yes 327; hull even after the marine ani. $39.33.:
1273,2X no 277.
() mal Is dead. f Painters Hill, $3.03.




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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday. November 5,1954
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Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune $2.50 Yearly in
t Gardening In Florida One plant that will pay big! I About 18 Inches ,each way is -

(I, Rerm Sharp) dividends to. protect by bankingis I a satisfactory planting distancefor -
hibiscus. A mound of .earth I hybrid tea bush varieties. If

Banking money and ornamentals around the lower framework of I the soil is light sand, it shouldbe I .......
have one thing In com the plant will'prevent the plant removed to a depth of 14 I
mon-the weather. Most people from freezing to the ground I inches and replaced with fertile

save money for a rainy day, IiM. This is necessary if the I compostAs rA: (IOU 44e tjWcg
bank ornament.
while gardeners hibiscus has been budded or a long term Insurance a-
als1 as protection against cold grafted, otherwise the prized top galnst deficiencies of trace el X ,
rySno
weather. may be wilted dead by Jack ements, sprinkle about a table-

Plant banking has one advantage Frost below the graft union and spoon of mineral mixture in
-you can use low-cost next summer all you will haveis each planting hole. The mixture,
earth instead of expensive ma- mongrel-type blossoms de. is available from your garden I..
veloping from Common root supply" store.
stock.If oh !I
Another tip roses-< -they

CLASSIFIEDADS lack of energy will not permit seem to thrive best in slightly I!
I add soil where the pH averages
you to man a shovel to
about 6.0 to 65. So to keep the
bank the plants, then gambleon I
-, an easier way to protect the plants happy, use add fertilizer ,
mixed especially tfor ls>ses.
plants. Try water. Remember I 1Cvthtq
listings under this Another chore tlffiT many gar
heading are that well watered plants can I ,
3 cents a word each insertion. I! deners will face is mowing winter .
withstand cold weather much
75 cents is the minimum
charge If have I
grasses. you planted I
better than a plant suffering
6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG, Re. from drought. Freezing is a de. Italian rye grass, start mowingas 4,6cxLpUot bYttde
..' possessed 64 model swing needle hydrating process. If you know soon as it is about 2 inches, yoWi

Dlal-o-Jtfatlc, like new. Makes that a cold wave Is on the way, high. Be sure that the lawnmower f
is otherwise it will ot'RexatL ()'ttq Stdw
hundreds of fancy stitches, It's good insurance to make sure sharp, ,

makes automatic buttonholes, your plants have ample moisture .' Continued To Page 6 I 41
sews on buttons, blind hems, supply.
monograms, embroiders, dams,
patches, etc. assume remaining Now is a good time to reno ,
5 payments of $7.95. ph credit vate old shrubbery, according to
mgr. 2538106. Dr. J< N. Joiner, ornamental horticulturist

Nov. 5.12.2tp Experiment with Stations.the Agricultural Cabbage worms?

FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. ,
lie says not to move plants x ,-c ; .. ,
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After .. I:
6 'ti..M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf about or buy new plants without ;.:':". '
-- a definite plan on paper. I ,f .
MUST SELL waterfront home, 2 Even the simplest sort of garden '' .
bedrooms, large Florida room, plan will be helpful In de. ,
1H baths, reasonable, 304 Palm termining the exact number of f'4.t::: :.' :

Circle Drive, Flagler Beach. plants of each kind you will .
Oct. 29.5tc'WANTED need for your lot. '

The sap will soon be down in
AT ONCE-Rawlelgh
most plants and the shock of
Dealer in Flagler Co or Bunnell,
,transplanting can be held to a
write Rawleigh Dept. FA J SCO 3,
minimum If they are moved
Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 22-Ctp
now. Overgrown plants can be

WANTED IRONING to do at my moved now with comparativeease r
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. and pruned to the desired
livery. Phone ID 73669. shape later.If .
10-24-tf some of the shrubs you r
plan to discard-particularly /
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain abaleas-are stunted with sick. \ N
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. ly yellow leaves, do not replantIn :
sonable prices. Call George Jaroz the same location without re \
ID 73410 8-1-tf placing the soil with a fertile, 2

CONSTIPATED? acid mixture, high in humus. A \ .
\
To Drove PKUN-BVAC conUlnln sick plant means sick soil and
Prunes, Figs A (Senna, U world'* both need to be doctored or f /t
Bmo-o-tbttt. but and most natural
laxative. hurry to changed.
MOODrS PHARMACYfor Don't fertilize '
or
prune evergreen /
40 tablets generous for Ifrm SAMPLE 1.000,000 or shrubs now or for the next
old each ).ar. few weeks. Both of these operations

may cause a new flush
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER of growth which could be killed

BEACH REALTY CO. by a freeze. This Is a good time,

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, however, to prune out all the .
WATER FRONF, FARMS, dead wood to keep disease from
ACREAGE lingering in the plant until

bee tu for your real estateneed* spring.It .
Office Phone lIE 9-2242 Is best not be an impulse FIGHT BACK

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 i buyer of rose bushes. However,
: If be
or ID 7.3517 you are sure you prepare

several planting sites before I I!


I \ COLD DISCOMFORT?
I

1M get COMPLETE RELIEFjik,

//-A of cold symptomsIN WITHORTHO

ONE bl-med. LOZENGE ';j(


COUGHING controlled with D-Methorphan RUNNY NOSE,

WATERY EYES stopped by AntihisUmine NASAL CONGESTIONeased ORTHO DIBROM'8 Emulsive is the f fas thorough to clean
way
with Fhenylephrine SORE THROAT soothed with Beiuociine. up your cabbage. .

Convenient pocket pick Pleasant tasting Spray DIBROM and within minutes every cabbage worm hit will
no water BKtutry.Can be taken inywhwe.ONLY(0.00MOODY'S you be dead or
dying.And that goes for aphids and loopers ,
too. In fad, DIBROM kills more than j

PHARMACY 130 different insects, including most resistant ones.
437.3661 Bunnell

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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT than DIBROM It has a short residual! life, leares

no harmful residue. So it's I
.I easy on beneficial insects
AMBULANCE 11 and workers can return to the
field
.' PHONE VAlle a few hours after

SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ORTHO spraying. It's compatible with most other pesticides. Safer

1 to handle than most
organic phosputes.!
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulant: Wt

art always at your service with promptness safety and p gRp DIBROM is concentrated for economy.Jut mix it with

experience.Equipped. water and spray. Then watch the cabbage
worms fall!
With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
"Helping the World Grow Better"Available

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Disabled Rule For ability" for benefit purposes to
be set at the time the worker
actually became disabled. The Quantity Rights
Social Security change does not liberalize therequirement WE GIVE METTS Reserved
.of the law In any ***
Has Been ChangedSome way except to permit the actual. TOP PRICES GOOD
date of disability to be
recognized
disabled people and dependents Thursday thru
In the Bunnell area Sadie pointed out. I VALUE Wed.
will become eligible for social It affects only people who I II SUPER MARKET (Closed Sundays)
security disability insurance I worked under social security for STAMPS ***
benefits, according to Mell D. i at least five of the ten years I 103 S. Railroad St.
Eadie, social security dlstricf before they became disabledand Telephone 73201
manager in Daytona Beach. who applied after July 2,
The benefits are provided bya 1962, or have not yet applied Thru VETERANSDAY
amendment to the social PRICES GOOD
new "We have the names and ad.
security law which changes the dresses of those who applied, Nov. 11 '64
rule for setting the date on and we either have already writ. ,
'which a worker's "period of dis I ten to them or we will withina
ability" started. few days" Eadie said. There U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
The new law removes a time also may be many former work.
limit which went into effect in ers who are now disabled but
July 1962 and permits the beginning who have never asked at the CHUCK ROAST Ib. 49(
of the "period of dis social security office to find out
whether they may be eligiblefor
I
HASTINGS MATTRESS social security disability Insurance Meaty (BOSTON BUTT)

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS I,I Some people benefits.did not apply
710-12 Lemon St. because they realized that they PORK ROAST lb. 39
Palatka, Florida I were not eligible since they had
Phone EA 5-9166 waited beyond the time limit
Furnitu-x Upholstering for filing an application. Others U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
Repaired & RefinUhed may not have heard about disability -
Mattresses A Box Springs benefits want ,to IOIMI *
Made to Order.Also Renovated ROAST lb. 59FRYER
Call Laura Morris 4373233 sible.hear "from them as soon as pos ZONE
After 6:00 P. M.
PRICES REASONABLE. Family Pkg. (Fla. Grade "A") (Fresh Not Frozen)
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Stephen Foster, to whom Flor. PAN REAIY
Just as near as your ida has built a memorial at iOl65Lean :
Phone or Post Office White Springs, copyrighted his CUT-IP 5.
Drop Us A Card or Call first song, "Open Thy Lattice,
Free Pick-up & Delivery Love," in 1844. U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Ib Lean Meaty

I CHUCK STEAK 55' PORK STEAK Ib 47U. '


CALL S. Choice (Flavor Aged) FAMILY Juicy Tender (ALL MEAT)

STEAK Ib 59' STEW Ib 69'

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

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


Armour Shortening Hershey Pillsbury

VEGETOLE SUGAR FLOUR

Plain or Self Rising

39 o Ib 39
'" 4373301Commercial 3T in 5 Bag Bag lb 470Limit

OR YOUR CHOICE
(1) with purchase U m I tWit h purchase of
$5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order ShurfineFla.

Grade "A" Humpty.Dumpty) FLOUR

. ,i i,- -:-. Household* MED. EGGS 2Doz89pn; or Self Rising

\ ;' _. Dar'" ,e
Krispy-Kreme (Glazed)
(1)) of your choice
FOR .... DONUTS Doz 39Limit purchase of $5.00
'
'' Price Good Thru Sat. more food order
?
I Eve rfresh (Big 13 oz.)

I GAS FUEL OIL POUND CAKE Ea. 29 Morton's Frozen Foods 4 for

,
Lykes 300 Can POT PIES 75'

CHILI W BEANS 4 for$100Chicken. Turkey Beef
LUBRICATION NEEDS
American Beauty 303 Can DAIRY

CREAM CORN 2 For 25*<<: Pillsbury (Buttermilk)

QUALITY PRODUCTS FARM FRESH Limit 4 Please PRODUCE BISCUITS Ea. 9*

Kraft (Fresh)

POTATOES 10 r 59* ORANGE JUICE

, :, LOW COST Yellow Cooking Qt. Btl. 43CONIONS

3 pg25c: GRAPEFRUITSWEET

! FAST SERVICE

"v POTATOES Ib fOe JUICE Qt. ??. 39*

;':':':O>>:-:':':': iC''hr''h'X'>>>>:':';':;-Jq''''''''''''':'>>:.{':-:' YJ'X-o-.I'.hXq.->>

SERVING DEVIL Cwith RAB FREE 50 FREE SO FREE
0
TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
purchase of $3.00
2 With purchase of With Purch.of
worth 01 Mtcbell' Sea $2.00 worth of Dental $5.00 or More Food
All Flagler County Food (St. Augustine). or Co.metic Supplle. Order
Coupon Void After g Coupon Void After
Good Thru Sat. Wednesday,Nov. II, 1964 W.dnead."Nov.1J, 1964

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HONORED J SCOUT.O-RAMA I
COUPLE TO BE
COMING UP i'e
ON GOLDEN WEDDINGMr. ,
Hull will The Halifax District Scouts
and Mrs. C. B.
will meet in full force Just south
wedding -
be honored on their golden I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
of Route 92, Just west of the
with a reception -
anniversary THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, _
Methodist dog track, November 13.15. i RESERVED
at the First NOV. 5, 6, 7, 1964
Church, Flagler Beach, tomorrow They will assemble there as
evening Friday, November 6th. soon as they can get there after -

from 7 toP:: p'clock. All friendsof school Friday and camp until FRESH PRODUCE -
the couple. are Invited to at- Sunday afternoon. There will be PORK SALE '
afternoon Flavorful Mcintosh l
tend. ; many events Saturday
<
,'', 'p r.devenlng to which parents
WOMAN'S I." jTwentynlne;t-" and friends are invited. Fresh BOSTON BUTT APPLES 2 Ibs ',29

Camping will be by patrols.

guestsvattended members the Flagler and Also bring.cooking of food the patrols PORK ROAST t>; 39'i Yellow

Womairvp,/"",Club book review I I It is expected that this will
"Ladf s" of Richmond" by'the be the largest gathering of Western Corn Fed CENTER RIB SQUASH 21bs290
author, Katherine M. Jones; given Scouts In the history of the dis
by Mrs. Walter Cody. Guests tract Ted Wall, chairman of tVe\
Kraft's PURE ORANGE'
Mrs. Ralph, PORK CHOPS Ib 59'Small
were greeted by district camping, will be in
'
Hl WMr.. % II. G. Heydt, Miss I' charge. Cost of registration will
JUICE Quart Bottle 35
and Mrs. Jasper
Emily Gage
; be 50 cents and this will pay Lean MeatySPARE
White .who',, were dressed as for the Scout-0-Rama Patch. $2
Southern : Belles of .Civil' War for food. FROZEN FOODS
period., Sunday morning there will be RIBS Ib 49Copeland'

There was a program of music worship service by Mrs. Hirst. Also Miss Gage Protestant boys. Catholic Scouts TENDER SMOKED
sane accompanied by Mrs.James will be taken to town to ;Mass. 49
Hall::*Mrs, Hall also played a We will apreciate knowning beforehand "
special* solo on the piano. what parents will come PICNICS Ib 39'
Mrs. Heydt, program chairman, down Sunday afternoon to geta 8 oz. Morton's Turkey Chicken Beef
Introduced the ladles. Mrs. Hirst load.of boys. *
,and Mrs..'White were hostesses, Parents are asked to see that Copeland'. Roll HOT or MILD POT PIES| 2 >-39*
and served delightful refresh their Scouts cook for their own
merrts. '' family as many of the follow SAUSAGE lb 39' Limit 4 Please
Mrs. Frank Brede, president, ing as possible before the camp:
Isald'the'next business will be Cocoa, starting from 'scratch; 8 oz. Pillsbury ButtermilkBISCUITS
Tuesday, Nov. 10, at*As30: A.M. cereal, spaghetti, biscuits (St. U. S. Choice Grade Beef
due tq the veterans day parade. from Se. with plain flour) dried FULL CUT ROUND or RIB 4 cans 39"DO
fruit., Every Scout help, cook in
BARBECUE CHICKEN I camp; Loan us your ''boy and
STEAK
DINNER THIS SATURDAYThe we will return you a. cook.J. 89' YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
WITH S & H GREEN STAMPS
of the First
Men's Club
P. Stryker, Sr., underwent -
MB Bi
Methodist Church at Flagler BUHHnHBBBmHflBBiBBBFOLGERS
surgery at the J. Hlllls Miller <
Beach will have a barbecue AMERICA'S
FAVORITE SHORTENING
Hospital in Gainesville last Mon
chicken dinner this Saturday,
day. Mrs. Stryker Mr. and Mrs. ,
at 7 P.M. V -
Nov. 7, beginning
Judson Stryker, Jr. and Mr. and COFFEE
Tickets available from any CRISCO
are ..
members.* Mr Jess Newberry spent the
9 day in Gainesville to be with I V

ORGANIZED CUB SCOUTS AT BEING BEACH. him. 1 Lb. 59 V 3 Jb 89' V
Can
It's best to keep your traps Can
One Den has already been set shut at times. The use of steel
up with Mrs. Robert Law as the traps In Florida during the open Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Den Mother with eight Cubs. season for deer Is. prohibited.
plans are going forward for L .

Mothers getting more so said Cubs ReV.and E. Lester Den O. F.Registered ALTTORD 39" S ALE

Stanton institutional represen I
tative for Scouting in the Methodist Real Estate BrokerBunnelL V

Church. Inquiries may be Florida Shurfine Tall ,Cans ,
300 Van
directed to him, phone 4392101. Camp 3 forPORK&BEAN$39

3 r "V MILK 3 for 39'


Sweet Treat 300 can CRUSHED 2 for 303 Stokely's


PINEAPPLE 39' CUT BEETS 3" 39' ,


1 1 303 American Beauty C S GOLDEN 8 oz. pkg. Muellers MACORONI or


\ CORN 339' SPAGHETTIS for 39


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303 Green Giant GARDEN Scott


PEAS 2 for 39' TISSUE 3 rolls 39C


23 oz. Can Bush Golden Yam Sweet 14 oz. HuntsCATSUP



In Florida. I' POTATOES 2 for 39 2 for 39'

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at a picnic, beer is a natural TOMATOES 3-39' TISSUE 2 for 39NININ'N'JVYIY. '


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fricndfor Cami1y.and lOur thint'l whetted by fresh alt and au- wtiww.
:c1se-that'the ideal time for a cool,refreshing glass of beer.In EXTRA r EXTRA -.ro.YNw\.VN'NYW
fact you can name your recreation-swimming,hiking, or just SO FREE 50 50 FREE SO'150 EXTRA
watching TV-and chances arc nothing in the world fits it quit REE Cft
S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS?
as well as beer. S & H GREEN
Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that with this coupon and your! With this coupon and 5 with this STAMPS

we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy purchase of (3) Your purchase of 5.00 \\ COUPOD and your
beer and ale,if we so desire,is just one,but an important one of inj purchase of one 19 oz.
Whole More Food
those freedoms.Flolida.braer. Cutup or Order Not Bot.
personal French'
FRYERS eluding Ctn. Cig. Cattleman'
Jn goes with fun, with relaxation I I Coupon Expires Coupon Expire Bar-B.Q SAUCE

(f) UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOQATION.INC:''' I Saturday, Nor. 7, 1964 Saturday NOT. 7, 1964 Saturday CouPOn, Noy.Expire.7, 1964't'

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MRS JACK HOLT Save 67 Miles in fling meal preparation carefully
I HONORED WITH A
and by using a trey GIrt (Insetting
STORK: SHOWER Food PreparationTired the table, for example). .
Mrs. Jack Holt was honored Save your back by using \
with a stork shower recently at of being tired? wheels-such as a laundry cart 1
p : SONA1S the home of Pat Nobles, Forsyth If you feel you are an overworked to carry heavy washloads.
street. Mrs. Nobles and Mrs. homemaker why not The results will astonish you. : .
June Dodgen were hostesses.The streamline your housekeeping? Did you know that far one meal,

stork shower was carried Home economics specialistswith over a year's time, you can save .:
a total of 67 miles
lout In the decorations, refresh- the Florida Agricultural ,
ments, and favors. Prize win Extension Service offer some
:Mils. Richard Yelvington ners for two contests were 'the: suggestions to help you do just CARD OF THANKS N I

honoree and Debby Spivey. that Although we would like to i
I-- First of all,
I rearrange your
1 equipment and supplies so that thank everyone In person we ,
LUNCHEON GUESTS
realize that is impossible so we ;
I
'I you are as close as possible to -
would like to take this ,
means
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight where you use them. Place of
I expressing our sincere
I had as her luncheon guests them at your best working appro
elation for all the kind
words ,
Thursday Mrs. Hugh Tlcman of height. ,
of r'
Jacksonville and Mrs. Z. G. Holland sympathy that brought com :
Junk or retire to less valuable
I fort to us for the loss ,
I, of ourloved
Jr. of Bunnell. space household wares you are
Mrs. Tiernan is state president I not using and that you do not one. Thanks again. j'

of the United Daughters of the need Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pcrritt rand
Confederacy, and was here con. Save kitchen mileage by plan. Vicky.
l ferring with State Treasurer Mrs. : ,
I Id
Holland. Mrs. Knight is president I
of the local UDC Chapterand
Have Your Heater Gleaned
also a member of the state

patriotic committee.Dr. )


and Mrs. E. L. Caudill, Sr., AndServiced +'"5 "

of Ellzabcthton, Tenn., were ,. :
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Now!
Hoi den recently. They were vacationing ,: ,
in Elllnor Village. ,
+ Swo

It's against the law to water i BUNNELL PLUMBING & HEATING .
ski at night, even during a full I
moon. This Florida law may
not be very romantic, but it I G. C. Smith (Smitty) Phone 437-3659

does help make night boating Licensed Plumber 407 Moody Blvd.
a safe sport. I


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Add a Phone. . Add a Lot to Living ;

ar,
Comfort around tho clock. It's all yours when you add a handy bed

room extension phone.Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots ,

you live most. Kitchen. Workshop. Florida room. ,Just call your ..; ,

, Telephone Company Business Office for details on colorful, econom .

! ical extension phones. ,


The former Miss Dianne Greene of Bunnell who became' the t,
bride of Mr. Richard. Yelvington of Seville in a candle light cere.
mony At the First Baptist Church of Bunnell on October 16, 1964.

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THE W.s.c.s. Meets Mr. and Mrs. Trenton Swanson -

FOR BUSINESS AND of Lawrenceville, Ca. stop-
PROGRAM MEETING ped over Sunday for a visit with
their uncle, Coley Mitchell of
The Woman's Society for The Parrot Village, North A1A. K

Christian Service of the First They were honeymooning In ...,
Methodist Church of Bunnell Florida following their recent :

met Wednesday morning for marriage.Mr. El \,2/11I', / > 4"'" \,
'i
n *."
their business and program ; 1fr'

session of the month. and Mrs. Richard Ringold "
and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nipper !; : .-
Leading the devotional and "
returned to their homes here 'A '.
.
,
program were Mrs. Helen Sullivan ',
after a visit In Gainesville, Ca. "ir iiwM
Mrs. Vivian Porter, Mrs.I
Pearl Blakely, and Mrs. Becky' with{ relatives.

Clegg. Mrs. Maxine Buckles,I
president, presided at the business Visiting here with Mr. and I!
Mrs. Tony Panchello are their .
session. Hostesses were
In law and daughter, Mr.
Mrs. Ruby Cody and Mrs. Lady son :
and Mrs. G. Travis of Kingston: '
Allen. Nineteen were present. !
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday November 5, 1964
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Meat RetailerSchools I Wildlife Officers I D.mission.Aldrich, director of the com straps. prescribes The new straw uniform hats regulation for ridge carrier and black necktie.


Uniform ChangeThe The new uniform which will summer and felt hats for winter --
ScheduledA
be worn by all field personnel, and black shoes or boots, PETERSON TEXACO

series of meat schools for familiar khaki uniformof regional managers, information black gun belt, holster and cart. SERVICE

retailers will be sponsored by the Florida wildlife officers I officers, and office receptionists, ROAD SERVICE

the Florida Agricultural Extension will soon be but a memory to is bottle green with tan shirts '

Service October 26.29, in be associated with bygone daysin I and stripes. 'I ST. THOMAS CHURCH Light Mechanical Work

Broward, Orange and Volusia the forests, fields, lakes and The new Jacket is bottle green (EpUe..al) Phone 437-3441 Bunnell

Counties, Rr. Robert Reddish, as. I rivers. The old khaki uniform with tan shoulder straps; the I Rev.South James Anderson Henry Taylor Street Jr.Sunday -

sociate meats specialist with the of the Game and Fresh Water trousers are bottle green with I Service
10:JO a.m. Church School
extension service, announced. Fish Commission Is being replaced one inch tan stripes; the shirtis I 11:16 a. m. Morning Prayers and MILLER

Dr. Reddish, who is coordinating by a uniform of new de. tan with( bottle green shoulder I Holy Sermon Communion lit Sunday
color to A.ings. ELECTRONICS
and according
sign -
the meat schools, said the I ,

first will be held in Broward 1744 Ocean Shore BIn

County October 26 at the Colbert! V
Elementary school cafetorium, S. Bruce Christmas, associate REPAIRS ON TV'S

2701 Plunkett St., Hollywood, An. county agent, Orange county, Is OSSINSKY and KROLAttornyes WASHERSDRYERS
:
other will be given at the South handling arrangements for the' -. f

Side elementary school, 7015 An meat school October 28 at the and Counsellors t at Law

drews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Robert Orange County Agricultural Center .1\7'\ a .. 1 5 I Call Collect 672-0377

S. Proyer, Broward county auditorium at 2350 East \ ,,,*?: '411 Main Street ,-
Michigan Ave., Orlando. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
agent is chairman of both meet 1
I Mrs. Edna S. Eby, Volusla Daytona Beach Florida -

?. 1 County demonstration agent, is : -
r > i. COURT
IN TUB CIRCUIT OF
Qa4deot1t i sdJ 1G4d42By chairman of the meat school at Take Pleasure in Announcing That I FLAGLEK COUNTY FLORIDAIN
Mainland High School auditorium LENORA M. BIKES,
in Daytona Beach on Volusla O'SSINSKYand Plaintiff.
( Berry Shozpt) MAX I. VII.

Continued From Page 2 Ave. and Highway. 92. I j JOHN D. BIKES
The schools are scheduled to Defendant
NOTICE} TO DEFEND .
pull the rye grass up by the begin at 7:30 P.M. and run to THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO .
JOHN D. SIKES
roots. 10 P.M. LOUIS OSSINSKY JR. 623 EAST NELSON STREET
Dig and store tender bulbs Cooking methods for tender ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIAYou
are hereby notified that a
such as dahlias and fancy and less-tender cuts, utilizationof Have become members of our firm ult has been filed against you in
leaved caladiums this month. less-dernanded cuts, and the are the hereby above entitled required cause; and you

As soon: as dahlias die back, the nutritional value of meat. in the Louis Sr. Max I. wer with the ktoorl r.O'8'o't; :
Ossinsky, Ossinsky and to serve a copy thereof upon
clumps, dry for a few days and diet will be shown. I f the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,

store,in peat moss, sand or ver. Meat market operations, meat Joseph D. Krol Louis Ossinsky, Jr. whose WILLIAM name and H. address GREEN is:

mlculite at about 40 degrees. specifications and descriptions,, DAYTONA 331 SOUTH BEACH.BEACH FLORIDA STREET

Caladiums are a bit more warm merchandising more lamb cuts, November 1964- not later than November 28, A. D.

natured and should be stored at selling all pork cuts, pricing,I : 1H4 If.you fall to do so, decree pro
about 70 degrees during the win. new cuts, and ideas with red confesso will be entered against you
'. for the relief demanded in the bill
ter. meat will be discussed. .... of complaint. The nature of said
suit being for divorce.
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y WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 27th day oLOctober
A n. .
e >n ( lll.J al) E. A. SMYTHEClerk
of said Circuit Court
Oct. 29 & Nor. II-U-19-Uc

IN] TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLAULKR COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
CHANCERY NO. 4963
KURT FKEYER .

I Chevroletworkpower CAROLYN BERTH FRBYER.Plaintiff.Defendant

NOTICE TO DEFEND
I II THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO-:
CAROLYN BERTH FRBYER
19 MONMOUTH AVENUE
I EAST KEANSBURO NEW
I II JERSEY
You are hereby notified that a
I
suit has been filed against "you in
\ the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer
with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address Is;
RAY SELDEN
YII' Selden Building 100 Main Street
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDAnot
later than November 18, A.D.,
1994.
If you fall to do so. decree pro
confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of.
'" r said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 19th day of October
A. I). 1964.Official .
( Seal) E. A SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
Oct. 22-29 A Nov. 6-12-4tc

IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Vfi, K\KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOIL
Jl'LAGLF.ICOUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY NO. 4954
JOHN 1. UElo'YLAY.I.
Plaintiff,
-V.-
BARBARA A. JlEFFLAY1 -
Detenaant.
TO: BARBARA A. HEFFLAY
r 152 South Summer Avenue
Scranton. Pensylvanla.
Complaint for h
Divorce has been
filed against you and you are re-

.quired wrhr to Pleading! copy to "Complaint

Plaintiffs attorney,
W. U Wadsworth
P. O. Box (91
Bunnell. Florida
and file' the original Answer or
Ii of the
CircuitsCoufirt
of the on or before
'I the 20th day a
If otoNdoe judgment
70U fall '0.
I b7 default will be taken a..lnet'I
yompfnt he, relief demanded 'n the

I for AND ORDERED at DUD-
sell tbl "th
19r < day of <*-
teber .4.
"walks" right over bumps and trouble I (Circuit E. Court A. THE

Clerk Circuit Court

Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of I Oct. 22.26&1 NovoO 13-4tcorlda


truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver 1Ebr Jrlagln t drtbunr

and cargo from excessive Jolting. And on Chevrolet pickupsit's I
DU JIU.!: FLORIDA

a proved system with millions of miles of user experience

behind It. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetstde or MRS Jot h. FULLER Editor


Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet D.!lv>tr4 OAelalft ..... .t...

>r rbUe KetUee .rO J'1a...

is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast ...,.. MMMpalllU* tlerela

and IM State et Flri.
Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any iype of truck

Catered as second class matter

February .. till at the postofflte
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09-1085: at Bunnell. Florida under act of
Mares I. 1171.

HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
On year -_-__11.lt8U

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OPEN SUNDAYS U.S.No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 a.m.-loo p.m.
Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD NOV. 5,6,7,8, 1964, r -

WILSON'S CERTIFIED SMOKED (HALF OR WHOLE) -JNI1rf;I' .,: I
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HAM Ib49 "\


CENTER SLICES 79c
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U. S. D. A. CHOICEROUND ___ 4

STEAK Ib 89<


Lean Western CENTER CUT DAIRY SPECIALSSun -


PORK CHOPS Ib 59Lean OLEO Spun 2 for 1%Ib ge Qtrs. '


Western Boston Butt Ib Lykes "PURE PORK" SMOKED Kraft Fresh No Dep. Bottle

PORK ROAST 390 SAUSAGE'tb 4geFresh ORANGE JUICE 99
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Fla. Grade "A" D&D (2-2i/2 Ib Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER) I II
I FROZEN FOODSMr. -

Ib. 29 S G. FrozenFRENCH

FRIES 2*. 290

Red & White 15 oz. Can Freezer Queen CHOPPED 18 oz. pkff.89C.

CORNED BEEF HASH _:'- 3 for.100 BEEF STEAKS
t
Our Value 303 Can
? FRESH PRODUCEU. -
CREAM STYLE CORN __ 8 fori. "
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Our Value 303 Can \
SsJ POTATOES 10bU90!

EARLY JUNE PEAS------ 6r.lRed

. *No. 1 Yellow :.i
& White 303 Can
$ SQUASH 2,6,250, <<
FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 1 ',
- - -- for f .
Red & White 18 oz. Jar 4 tb Cello BagAPPLES

P& PEA H PRESERVES GRAPE JELLY 3 fosI? E..390


DIXIE CRYSTAL RED & WHITEDETERGENT
CRISCO I
SUGAR I
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5 tb 3 Tin tb 58 GIANT 3Q 'j
Ba,' *iv SIZE'l
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food order !

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GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
((1) Red & White (1) T.V. LAMP (1) 8 oz. size Glamoren< (1) 27 oz. can Johnson's $5.00 or More Food
BROOM (in Planter) @ $2.99 Miracle Oren Cleaner CLO-COAT Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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4i PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, November. 1964
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f Social Security H ': - ; -

Proclamation o .:

i WHEREAS, the Congress of RepresentativeNot ( !

the United States has designatedthe ft
To Call Here
eleventh day of Novemberas '
a legal holiday known as I Mell D. Eadie, district mana Millions of Floridians : :.:

Veterans Day and dedicated to ger of the Daytona Beach Social
the cause of world peace; and Security Office, stated today say... @ \

\ WHEREAS who served, the men In our and armed women that, control due to a circumstances Field Representative beyond 0 and you'll agree: I? ]: 1 1J

forces have demonstrated their! will no longer schedule J. .
,f willingness to satisfy the great. | appoints in Bunnell at the court. T.V.o .

est obligation" of their citizenI house. oC > ;.
ship; and I Individuals who wish to file
"f
I
claims for social security benefits .
WHEREAS, Veterans Day affords .I
or have any questions, are
each of us an opportunitynot I requested to call at the Social there's No Match for a !flameless! !!. .
to due honor to
only
pay \ .
: Security District Office at 115 ,
dedicated and
the men women ,
I North Rldgewood Avenue in ; r
who have honorably served in I ? ELECTRICWATER '
I Daytona Beach. If you are unable -
our armed forces in time of war,I Ii
to come to Daytona Beach,
i but also to emphasize our
determination to achieve world you may write and request thata HEATEIII

peace with honor; representative call at your .,. I
home. Please state in your let o super-fast super-safe

NOW, THEREFORE, I Otis S. ter why you cannot travel, and INSTALLS ANYWHERENO
Hunter, ,chairman of the Boardof give directions to your home. , FLUES-
County Commissioners of i NO VENTS NEEDED

County of Flagler State of FlorIda TRY INSTANT ), Lots of hot water in a I
do hereby call upon all citi hurry...and precious t. _
zens to observe Wednesday, November SWEET POTATOES peace of mind too! ,
4 11, as Veterans Day re Looking for something differ. See the new models at your J" _
"
membering those who have ent and delicious to serve your appliance electrical dealer,plumbing . I
or contractor.
borne the burden in time of war family 'f

and resolving with one accordto Try instant sweet potatoes, say
achieve a just and lasting nutritionists with the Florida
peace with honor throughout I Agricultural Extension Service. a'i"
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the world. Tests show that the new sweet _
f I
potato product has the same
'
I also call all citizensto
. upon quality of flavor, texture, and Now cheaper than ever to ,;
; observe this Veterans Day
with appropriate ceremonies and tatoes.appearance e as mashed I fresh po Go ALL-ELECTRIC o'

the display of the Flag of the
Besides, they have the added ...than to use It in combination 10
United States at each and every
advantage of being lot ,. siHCe1e6a
I residence and business firm In a more with flame-type fuels
convenient to Conserve
t a reafflmatlon of our national prepare.
unity. time and energy by using this The recent $10 million rate "
convenience food. reduction (fourth major. "
I In WJtness Whereof, I have Serve them as plain mashed price cut in 10 years) makes
hereunto set my hand andcausedthe sweet potatoes, if you like. For Sunshine Service Electricity "
official seal of the Countyof extra appetite appeal convert a better buy than ever before. I
Flagler to be affixed this 2nd them into casserole and potato
I day of November, A.D. 1964. I pies with marshmallows, butter, 10
(Seal) Otis S. Hunter.Community I 3N".u"awu"uW
I II pecans, orange or pineapple to *Tht average price paid prr midtntial kilowatt hour
f lend flair and flavor.

,I'. .... Sweet potatoes are a good
J source of Vitamin A, accordingto
Mrs. Ruth O. Townsend, assistant
in nutrition with the agricultural FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Memorial Church I I extension service. Mrs.
HtLflNO
BUILD FLORIDA
1.1.r.de..nlaatlo.alALA Townsend points out that vita.
CONDITIONED mln A is one of the fat soluble
-
vitamins which
Dayton AT*. promote healthy
hair, skin, and mucous memo
FLAGLER BEACH brane.

Sunday School 10:00: A.M.

Church Service 11:00: A.M. Wheldeer go swimming, MODERN J & K MOTEL

It. W. DICKERT, FMtorHVEHYONH don't shoot, them. Regulations I
WELCOME I prohibit taking of swimmingdeer.

1. 1..1' 01 ft. . -__-- _____H___.'._____ I OVERLOOKING OCEAN AT FLAGLER BEACH
1

; NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe FRONTING 100' ON AlA, 100' ON CENTRAL AVE.

fire insurance policies we write still give the sane
dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy ad

little dltlonal extra coverage costRemember benefits Home Owner's Policy-at very I FlU!lAY ALSO


H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you 1:30 P. M. 50x150 LotNoycloor

take advantage of these extra coverages.. Telephone 4373361 l ucTioN
or stop In soon for full details.H. CENTRALAVENIE

T. COOK AGENCY S
Phone 437-3361: Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. nil

6 UNIT MOTEL (3 Efficiencies)


k I 5 Room Living Quarters

24 Home *"
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: With Riparian Rights .
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: Farm Industrial Equipment MOTEL AND EXTRA LOT MAY BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY

VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 I Location it 16 miles North of DAYTONA BEACH on AlA _

Owner Bunnell, Florida
I 2i/i Miles South of FLAGLER BEACH PIER.



-I NOVEMBER 9. Execluaive Home at 3500 Wilder Ln., ORLANDOANSBROUG

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

IL CRAIG. Funeral Director I Properties open for Inspection
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JOHN CAPO. Associate I II 'fI' 10:30 A. M. day of auction
r .. 1.' 'f f' ''. .. 20% down at auction balance
AIR OXYGEN ,,' announced:
I LADY
\ CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED ', '.r .. Call NOW to have your property

I t CHAPEL ATTENDANT: AMBULANCES I I'I I 1 I,."" ..., ...,''. old. DATTONA CL 5-1311
' I : ORLANDO 4 4-4571

Phone ID 7-3532.' ,

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ,


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