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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 12, 1964
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VOLUME 52, NO. 45 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY NOV. 12, 1964.. f
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Tucker Would I National Guard j j"Bunnell| High C. D: MitchellTo iVr-- 1
I I Unit in Parade | Manage

Have Supt.Appointed Wednesday P.M. HomecomingFriday Restaurant Parade t)raws '

I Following the Veterans Day I c. D. Mitchell, of the Parrot 'I'
Parade Wednesday afternoonthe I NightBunnell Village, North AlA, has this Large Crowd
I National Guard Duck,
ofMurdock.s
assumed
week management
School Board Member Ray School HomeComing
High -
First
place winner of
the
which participated In the parade Restaurant North I
Tucker made a motion at will be this ,
mon I Friday night Floats in the American Legion '
to Gore Lake where!
went
Is owned
A1A. The restaurant
.., the school board meeting Tues. the children rides In I II with the Bulldogs playing the I sponsored Veterans Day Parade j jI
they gave by Mrs. Alice Murdock.
to ask the Flagler I
day morning : Spudsters of Hastings. ( Wednesday afternoon was !
the lake. According to an advertise.
County Legislative constitutional Delegation I Jack E. Holt, Jr., a memberof Prior to the football game ment In this Issue of The 'Trl|I awarded to the Flagler Beach .
to propose a P.-T. A. Their
made
h the Palatka National Guard will be the homecoming parade bune, Mr. Mitchell will feature entry was
the
amendment making county
Instead Unit, made arrangements for which will travel west from the Special Sunday Dinners served up of four cars representing the
superintendent appointive
of elective In Flagler them to participate in the pal school house on Palm Ave. to family style at popular prices. School Parents.Children, Teachers and
rade and also the ride in the Highway 1; south to Moody The restaurant is located in
County, subject to approval by
i the people In Flagler County; lake. Boulevard, then east and re Artesia Park on North A1A. Second prize went to the Idle-
I
that eligible appointees meet i turning to the school.At wood Club whose entry was a I

I the State Board of Education : Moody Family halftime, the Homecoming SERMON TOPICSAT decorated convertible with the I
qualifications by having a Mas King and Queen will be crowned BAPTIST CHURCH Statue of Liberty surrounded I
ter's Degree with 18 hours In I Reunion Held by the 1963 Queen Alllda Tuck. I by young soldiers. Their slogan
administration and supervision.Mrs. I er. Bebe Moody, 1963 King, Is Morning, "How To Grow Old was "With Liberty and Justice
Here serving with the U. S. Navy and And Enjoy It." for All."
Myrtle Rice seconded the Sunday ,I will not be able to attend the: The evening topic title Is:
motion and record vote show. I Ii Honorable mention went to
a The tenth annual reunion of festivities.The "Love Lasts. i
r ed Tucker, Rice and Harold i the Moody family was well at. names of the new King I At St. Johns Chapel, Sunday the Woman's Club entry" "Flor ,
Emery voting for the motion. 'tended Sunday with 107 signingthe and Queen will be announced 1,I I school is at 9:30: ; Fellowship at Ida Under Five Flags. 1i 1
i
James Crews voted no. Herschel guest register.The at the Half-Time. 6 P.M. and evening service at In the decorated bicycle sec I
King was not present at the 7 o'clock. tion first prize went to Debora
was welcomed by
group
meeting.Mr.
M. B. Fuller and Andy Yelvlng* Two Florida HeroesIn CHURCH Mikulka dressed as Betsy Ross
EPISCOPAL displaying her flag on the dec
Tucker also proposed that ton sang "Let Us Break Bread,
the delegation propose a con Together." He was accompaniedby I Hall of StatuaryIn St. Thomas Episcopal Church orated bicycle. 1
stltutlonal amendment similar I members recently held a Stew.
Ray Mercer at the piano. I Second prize was awarded to
to Amendment No. 13 on the After announcements Rev. How I National CapitolIn ardship covered dish supper at Archie Arnold dressed as Uncle
general election ballot Novem ard Porter of the First Methodist, the church bUilding. Sam.
ber 3. This was also secondedby Church, gave the invocation. A a recent column by Joe The Church Sunday School
Mrs. Rice with all four n\.embers basket dinner was served buffet I Crankshaw In the Florida Times. will continue with classes at Third prize was awarded to
present voting for the pro. style to the group. Union he told of Aplachlcola'scelebration 10:30: A. M. Mrs. Viola Tonkin David Smith who had his bicycle .
posal.A on November 14 to. 1 Is In charge for November. Mrs. decorated a* a Sail Boat.
Those signing the registerwere honor the memory of Dr. John Anita Lenssen is assisting with: Prizes were provided by Legion
motion by Harold Emery : From Jacksonville, Mr. Gorrie. the art work. Post 115.There .
approving the construction of a and Mrs. Stewart Collins and In the article he said "al. The Lenssens will also be
hothouse by the Ag Departmentof children; Mrs. Mary Waters though Dr. Conic never receivedthe hosts to a Sunday school partyat were 39 entries in the
Bunnell was carried. Eubanks Waters, Raymond Wa. rewards he richly deserved the T. Double 1. Ranch this. parade which wa led by the I

The superintendent read a let. ters; Mrs. Lula Kimberly and for his work, he is one of two Sunday at 2 P.M. Sheriff Department's patrol car.
ter from the Inaugural Commit sons; Mrs. R. L. Dixon, Mrs. heroes to have his Image placedIn Mrs. Harold Burnham, church. Marching was The American ._,
I t tee In Tallahassee-inviting-the Helen Pierce, R. B., Howell and the Hall 'Statuary in the organist, has returned Mo her Legion Color Guard, the Bunntll
Bunnell School Band to par. Ronnie Howell; Mrs. Downie National Capitol." winter home at Flagler Beach. School Band, the Highway Pa
Deen Quenten Deen and Grady She will be with us until they trol Emergency Car, Gold Star
ticipate in the Inaugural Parade Reading the article, Mr*. Vlr I Mothers .
entered by the VFW
on January 5. Deen. glnla High began asking who. return to New Hampshire.Postmaster .
Auxiliary Bunnell Girl Scouts
,
I I
Mr. and
From Cocoa were: was the other hero. Everyone'scuriosity
The board voted to accept the Mrs. Fred Morehouse and children was aroused but none Mercer decorated bicycles, Red Cross.

Invitation for Flagler County to Fred, Dean Nancy and could remember. After several I The National Guard Unit, con.
Join with other counties, and Martha; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil N. calls Mrs. High wrote to Mr. Advises On slstlng of a Jeep and two Ducks
the University of Florida In Hickox. Crankshaw to flnd out who the Early from the Palatka Unit with Jack
creating a cooperative research From Orlando were: Mr. and I other Floridian was who had Christmas Holt, Jr., of Bunnell command. 1
and development council. Mrs. Tom Dent, Louie Deen,I attained this honor.In Mailing Inar, Boy Scout Troops, Woman's I

Mrs. Ruth Ireland and Mrs. his reply to her letter, Mr. : Christmas parcel cent by surface Club Float, Korona Community I
Class of 1944 Merle W. Herves.I Crankshaw said it was "General transportation (truck, Club Bunnell Fire engine, Flag
I From Tampa: Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Kirby Smith, original train, and boat) to members of ler P.-T. A., higher Beach Fire
Plans Reunion .. Horace Locke, David Locke, Jan ly from St. Augustine. General our Armed Forces oversea Truck, Forestry Service, Idle. I
et Glelbert, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Smith assumed command of the should be mailed this week, and wood Club Cadets and Junior I
Friday NightThe i Brannan and children Jim, Tommy Confederate forces in Texas. He airmail parcels should be mailed Girl Scouts of FlaKIer Beach,
and Jayneen. successfully defended that de. by December 10, PostmasterRay and the 40 It 8 Engine,
Graduating Class of 1944 : Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deen partment even though cut off Mercer, advise Following the parade A pro.
of Bunnell High School will i and Connie, Baxley, Ga.; Mrs. from the Confederacy East of All overseas parcels shouldbe gram was presented at the
hold their reunion here this D. S. Howell of Waycross: Ga.; the Mississippi River. securely packaged in strongboxes Courthouse. The Band -played
Friday night in connection with .Mrs. Mary Anderson and Henry I General Smith was the last and well tied with strong several election, and Commander .
the Homecoming Celebration. i Gilbert Anderson, Reidsville, Southern full general to sur. cord. The address should be on Cora Buckles of Legion
'Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dowdy render and to die. After the war, one side only and should be included Post 115 welcomed the group
Members of the class Include: and Dr. and Mrs. Joe Dowdy before his death in 1893, he Inside the package as and acted as master of ceremoo
Mrs. Joyce Emery Patrick, Espanola and two children and Mr. and taught mathematics at the Unlverslty .I I I well a* on the outside. A slip le*. Rev. Howard Porter of the
; Mrs. Betty Holton Mar. Mrs. Paul Smith of High Springs; of the South In Sew an. showing a list of the content First Methodist Church and
low of Texas; Mrs. Ruth Bradley Mrs. Ellie Shaw of Palatka nee, Tennessee." I j 1 r and the addressee should also post chaplain! gave the invocation .
Seymore of South Carolina; Miss Mr. and Mrs. I, I. Moody of Of course all Floridians know I t I be enclosed 'In each package. and benediction.
Jennie Krol of Daytona Beach; Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl i I I Dr. Como as the inventor of This helps to assure deliveryeven Rep William Wadsworth'' .

Mrs. Lillian Jones Hutchinson, Van Mills, Sanford; Mr, and I a process for artificial manufacture If the outerwrapplng come' : troduced the speaker Judge .
Flagler Beach; Harold McAlex- John Deen and Adolph Deen of : of ice. loose. lames T. Nelson of Daytona
ander of Jacksonville; Jimmy Ocala; Mr. and Mr. Fred MeKenzie. Custom Declarations Forms Beach.

Hargett George Clegg Ray Mercer Satusuma. BOY STATERS completed by tho sender are required .i I
and Wanda Whitaker Mercer From Flagler Beach were: GUESTS OF on parcels to many of METHODIST CHURCH
all of Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, Sr., LIONS service post offices CAras, ,!
Leonard Moody, Eula Lee CLUB FPO NPO1). These required' SERMON TOPICS
Among their Invited guestsare Moody, Gary Watson, Mr, and BuZZ)" McKnlght and Levi form will be furnished you at Rev, Howard Porter, pastor of
the Class Sponsor, Miss Mrs George Miles Moody, Mr. Brannam, Jr.. representative to the post ofllce. the First Methodist Church of
Nevollne Cowan of Tampa; and Mrs. Robert Moody and the American Legion Boy State Surface malls for Alaska and Bunnell, laid today his topic
Principal and Mrs. Sidney D.' Karen Moody. this year, were guest at the Hawaii should be mailed not for the 11 o'clock morning worship .
Padgett of Lake Butler; Band I From Bunnell were: Mr, and LIons Club luncheon meeting later than November 30 to In.I I will be The Church Will
Director and Mrs. Walter Morris
Mrs. Benny Black Mrs. Jennie Tuesday. sure delivery before Christma Soak You."
Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Black Mrs. Marie Kane, Mrs. They told of their week-long In addition, gift parcels for. The evening Youth Fellowship
Holland. Mrs. Holland was the Helen Sullivan, Mrs. Lady experience in the study and I I distant States should be mailed program at 6:30 for the Junior
teacher of the second grade of len, Mr. and Mrs. Walter AI'I I practice of City, County and during the period of November and Seniors
the class and Mr. Holland is
Mr. and Mr*. Tommy State Government at the Boys 23 to December 8. Gift parcelsfor The sermon topic ter the 7&
superintendent of public in and daughters, Rebecca and I State SeMkm. The Boy State is nearby areas should be P.M. service will be Tho Silver ,
struction.: Leona Ann Mrs. S. Patterson,Sponsored each year by the mailed not later than December Shortage. I
The class plans to have I1 I Mike Patterson. Mr. and Mrs.I American Legion 15.Greeting. A special quarterconference ,
banquet at the Dlxlana Restau i Andy Yelvington and sons Key j cards for distant Is set for November 22 at the
rant and attend the Homecom-j| in and Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Z. G.I The Flagler Beach PTA wishes States' should be mailed not church Dr. Joe A. Tolle, district
lag Football game. Followingthe Holland and sons Grant and! to thank all the generous peo later than December: 15 and superintendent will preach
game, they will have a get. I Zachary Marie West Buddy*pie who donated items, time those for local delivery by December and hold the conference' at
together at the home of Mr.; and Kathy West, Rev and ( and enthusiasm toward makingthe I 22. It is further 7:30 P.it
and Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, Fig Stand Howard Porter and son Pa rs.1 Halloween Carnival a big I I ed that calendar, SUa1tst'l I!I Member are urged to be
Lambert Ave. Mr. and Jrrs. M B. Fuller. success. They cleared over $238. (Continued on page fij I''present for this service. ,



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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday Nov. 12, 1964
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GAGEN A LAS PAPAS ;i BUNNELL ELEMENTARY Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly Advances
asuttKell dui
BEAT THE SPUDS! I SAFETY SLOGAN CONTESTJay

Softool IVY HAGAN PURE A LAS PAPAS! j.I. Clark Rodgers, age 7,
WHIP THE SPUDS! !I grade 2, Miss McClure teacher:
Parents of Bunnell school children Marie Fleurie Reporter.|! "Play safe, work safe and you :. .8Ii
MMM MW B will safe." I
are requested to please I stay
limit messages to their children Michael Leon Buckles, age 7'1
SPANISH CLUB
during the school day to only grade 2, Miss McClure: "No cars Ii ts+ d4gctdc.N.
those of.-an, absolute emergency The Spanish Club had its II coming, you may go." :
nature. monthly meeting at Mrs. Estes'house Jeff James Crews, age 7, grade
On one day last week the office Wednesday, October 21. I II 2, Miss McClure: "Do you havea
was asked to deliver over New members joining were I light on your bike?" !
twenty messages to children I'I Marilyn McNab, Bellta. Collins, Antis Ford, age 7, grade 2, Miss I
during the school day. In order Peter Misch, and Sandra Deen. McClure: "Do not slide on your
for us to do our work it wouldbe The Club decided to order pins stomach on the slide."
greatly appreciated If necessary either gold or silver to the pref. Marcy Strickland, age 7, grade; I
business was taken care of erence of the members and are 2, Miss McClure: "Do not play
at home before the children expecting them in by Christmas I with matches or you will get
leave for school. The float committee met Wednesday . hurt. Lt

Thank You, afternoon, October 28, to I. Cheryl McGriff, age 7%, grade
Benton F. Clifton, Jr. discuss plans for the Homecoming -I 3.Mrs. HIgginbotham: "We have

Supervising Principal Parade. I many highways have many I p A
Marie Fleurie, I roadsWe have many children/

SPANISH CLUB Reporter. I Obey our traffic codes. I

Th Spanish Club met at -Mrs Judy Powers, Mrs. Biggin-
Estes house Wednesday, November SOPHOMORE CLASS I botham: Do not ride your bike toI
I I
4, to discuss plans for the Election time for the sophomore I Without the proper lightBe'!
car In the Homecoming Parade. class was last week. We: careful at night/ While you ride q'tuc) Sfdtt j jI

Afterwards refreshments were have been very busy nominating:I your bike. i iI
students for all sorts of events. I,
served. (Continued on page 3) L
BULLDOGS: First off the sophomores voted :I _____:
on the class colors. They are
blue and silver. Then we votedon
CLASSIFIEDADS the motto and flower. The
motto is: "Perfection is obtainedby Cabbage worms?
slow degrees; it requires the
hand of time." The flower !is the
orchid.
Listings under this heading are Second came the Halloween
3 cents a word, each insertion King and Queen election. Those
75 cents is the minimum charge
elected were Delores Deen and
FOR SALE 1 20-foot Coldspot Jack Knight. We are sorry they
chest freezer, in good condition. did not win, but we are sure
Phone 4373556. 11.12.2tc they put up a good fight
Third came the Homecoming
FOR SALE 3 bedroom frame
nomination. We voted to have
house, furnished or unfurnished.
the sophomore class represent
Phone 4373733. ll-12-ltp
Scotty Crews as king and Ida -
Allen The outcome of y l li li
FOR SALE Reg. Fox Terrier fe as queen.
male, cheap. Call 4392384. the election will be announcedat
11.12-ltp the Homecoming game.
Last but certainly not least
Have Watkins Route availableIn we elected the float committee.The .
this area for $137.50 per week chairmen are Dale Abbott
man. U'you are determined, and Viki King Others on the
well met, sober character, and committee are as follows: San.
anxious to make mdney, you dra Deco Catherine Stanish, ,
may be the man that we are I Ann Hugas, Chris Gollen Alan
seeking. For personal interviewin Jones, Delores Deen, Shirley /
your area, write Mr. McGar- Townsend, Barbara Pache, VikiHeln \
Ity, P. O. Box 627, Wllllston, Victor Hall, Johnnie Ruth ,
32696. 11.12.3tc Miller, Anne Bourne, Sandi

6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG, Repossessed i Scott, Gereatha 'Clark, Dennis : < '
64 model swing needle I Clay, Arthur McDaniel, Ray I. >
Dlal-o-Matlc, like new. Makes Newell, and Glenn Miller. In
hundreds of fancy stitches,i other words, half of the sophomore
makes automatic buttonholes,I class!
sews on buttons, blind hems,I We hope to have a winning
I float this year, and so far we
embroiders darns
monograms, ,
patches, etc assume remaining are on our way to victory.
5 payments of $7.95. ph credit Dale Abbott, Reporter.

mgr.Nov. 2538106. BETA CLUB FIGHT
5-12-2tp BACKWITHORTHOi!
This year the Beta Club is
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. off to a real good start. First
Coy Harris! 437.3367. After
up. of all, we had a dart game at
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11.5-tf the Halloween Carnival. Our

MUST SELL waterfront home, 2bedrooms chairman for this project. Candy
large Florida room, Lovell, said the dart game was
1% baths reasonable 304 Palm successful. Those helping were
Circle Drive, Flagler Beach. Buzzy McKnlght Marie Fleurie,
Oct. 295tcWANTED Ida Allen, and Gloria Johnston.
With the first stx-weeks period .
AT ONCE-Rawlelgh over the Beta Club is looking .
Dealer in Flagler Co or Bunnell,I for new members. These
write Rawlelgh Dept. FA J 360 3, : new members have to pass the
Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 23 5tp, qualifications of high scholarship .

WANTED home, reasonable.IRONING Pick to do up at It my de.I,I a selected and leadership few are chosen.and only ORTHO DinoM'8 Emulsive is the f fast,thorough way to clean up your caUage.

livery.10-24-tf Phone ID 7-36G9. I Gloria Johnston, Reporter. Spray DIBROM and within minutes erery cabbage worm you hit will be dead or

FUTURE TEACHERS dying. And that for and In fact
goes aphids loopers, too. DIBROM kills more than
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain I'OF AMERICAThe
fields installed; snail shell Rea F.T.A. Club held its first 130 different insects,including most resistant ones.That' .
sonable prices. Call George Jaroz. meeting of the school year last
ID 7-3410 8-1-tf: week with its sponsor, Coach \ more, you won't find a more effective phosphate .

? Roy Bayless. than DIBROM S. It his a short residual) life, tares
CONSTIPATED I
Plans discussed for
were en.
To PKUN-EVAC
Prune provo._ flu fctonn u eonUlntnr world'* tering a decorated car in the no harmful residue. So it's easy on beneficial insects
.
emo-o-t i iU belt and mac BAturVl
iuaUYI. hurry toMOODT'S homecoming parade Friday, November \\\\S\ and workers can return to the field a few hours alter
PHARMACY 1&Olflcers
for IiU.roul FREE SAlfPUB or spraying.. compatible with most other
for the 64-65 school ORTHO pesti des. Safer
41 Ubl.t. tor tto. Over !....,!00
old oftcb roar I I I year mt'C11nr.'I were. also elected at this to handle than most organic phosphates.!

JOHNSTON'SFLACXXB Marie Fleurle, president; Beverly DIRROME DlBROM is concentrated for economy.Just mix it with

BEACB REALTY CO.II'I Cummins vice president; water and Then watch the
, LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT Gloria Johnston, secretary; and spray. cabbage worms laD!
Janet Salyerds treasurer; Cynthia
WATER ACREAGE FRONT, FARMS Cobb, parlimentarian; Mary "Helping the World Grow Better"

gee us for your real estate seeds Pache. reporter. F* CALIfORNiA CHEMICAL COMPANY.CMTHO MWSKM.
The key word this week is e.ae.rarowrrrr"Available
Office Phone HE 9.2342
Residence Phones ID 7-3C91 ,VICTORY over the Hastings from Zilgor Seed Company. Hasting: Florida _.Jhoa 632PAGE "

or ID 7-3517 'I I Spuds. "GO BULLDOGS. | I er.u. o.aon........,...w ea.ne s......... err..rw----w..w e..r

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Nov. 12, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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SCHOOL NEWS Mike Manuel, age 9, grade 5,I .
Mrs. Morris: "Don't play with I
Continued From Page 2
matches, For If you doThere I Quantity Rights
Gail Tucker, age 7tt, grade 3, may be nothing left of you." WE GIVE Reserved
Mrs; Hlgginbotham: Do not ride Betty Ames, age 10, grade 5,I METTS
acePRICES
your bike at night/ Withoutthe Mrs. Morris: "Don't dash across I TOP
right light. when the light Is red/ FM you GOOD
Billy Creal, age 7%, grade 3, might find that you are dead"i I VALUESTAMPS Thursday, Friday
Mrs. Higginbotham: Little or i'I SUPER MARKET and Saturday,
Nov. 12, 13, 14,
sparks that make big firesMay "Cross the street when the light i
be caused by faulty wires. is green,/ And you'll be right on I see
Sybil Jones, age 11, grade 5, the beam." Telephone 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.n. .
Mrs. Morris: "Be sure you havea I Andy Rodgers, age 11, grade 6B, FLA.
headlight before you go out Mrs. Manuel: "Carelesseness can I GRADE "A" WHOLE Ib
,at night. make deadSo let's be
you
Nancy Creal, age 10, grade 5, careful to stop that dread.
Mrs. Morris: "Obey all of the Jameslne Wimberly, age 11, c
safety rules/ To prevent accidents .I grade 6B, Mrs. Manuel: "When
from happening at school." you ride your bike/ Be very I FRYERS 29FLA
Lady Rodgers, age 10, grade 5, sure that everything is neat and I Itfght.
Mrs. Morris: "When you cross ."
the street look both waysYour Lyna Knight age 11, grade I
life may have many more days." 6B, Mrs. Manuel: "When you're
I walking across the roadPlease I
look left and right/ Cars are GRADE "A" FAMILY PKG. CUTUP 5 Ib BAG $1.59
HASTINGS MATTRESS i
zooming very fastEspecially
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS CENTER RIBPORK
at night"Chip
710.12 Lemon St. I j Johnston, age 11, grade
Palatka,.Florida i.6A, Mrs. Tonkin: "Look before
Phone EA 5.9166 or Be Sorry Later." I CHOPS Ib 59u.
Furaltu-x Upholstering Minnie Deen, age 11, grade 6A,
Repaired d Refinished Mrs Tonkin: "Be Alert-You
Mattresses & Box Springs Won't Be Hurt"
Made to Order.Also Renovated Choice (Flavor Aged) Thriftway (SLICED)
Call Laura Morris 437.3233After
When the barracuda Is aboutto
PRICES REASONABLE.6:00 P. M. attack, it usually assumes a STEAK It.79'BACON55'
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. headwon position in the water.
Just as near as your At such times, the dark spotson World Best GROUND U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Ib
Phone or Post Office
its sides become more prominent
Free Drop Pickup Us A Card& Delivery or Call Marineland., according to experts at BEEF 2 -for.89- ROUND STEAK 89'


---- Juicy Tender (ALL MEAT) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Ib

CALLBunnell II i STEW Ib 69' CHUCK STEAK 55j


MAXWELL HOUSE (ALL GRINDS) 1 Ib TIN





Motor COFFEE ST



Company Limit (1) With Purchase of $5.00 or more food order

HERSHEY 5 Ib BAG


4373301Commercial Limit ((1) with "'f;;

purchase of
SUGAR food$7.00 order or more 2


::- Household


EVERFRESH CINNAMON 6 CT. PKG.
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; :;: .! FOR1:', .. ROLLS Limit. ((4)Pkgs. Please) 2 pkll. 19



GAS FUEL OIL MERITA COFFEE ROLLS . pk,. 29c

Kraft Duncan Mine (White, Yellow, or Devil)

MAYONNAISE CAKE MIXES 3 ,Doxe1OO!

LUBRICATION NEEDS
< Can

Quart Jar 49M OES 8JP

QUALITY PRODUCTS (Limit (1) Please)
Jim Dandy (QUICK)
FRESH PRODUCE GRITS 1 tb
Golden apeBANANAS' Z foxes 49-

Shurfine (303 Can)
loe
LOW COST Ib FRUIT COCKTAIL $
Juicy Sweet BAG 4 Can 1

ORANGES flag? 55* FROZEN FOODS

FAST SERVICE Jonathan 4 Ib bag Mr. G 9 oz.

I BAG APPLES 39* FRENCH FRIES E. JOe

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SERVINGAll 50 FREE 'l I I FREE i. 5OFREE

TOP VALUE STAMPS f,\ TOP VALUE STAMPS j: TOP VALUE STAMPS
With Purchase of i{ With purchase of \IWith Purchase of
(3) Cutup t* (2) Plcr Lyke's 2$ $5.00 or More Food
Flagler County FRYERS ft j ALL MEAT WIENERS \\ Order
Coupon Void After ? Coupon Void After '* Coupon Void After
Saturday, Nov. 14, 19C4 >< Saturday, Nov. 14, 1964 ;< Saturday, Nov. 14, 1964
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BEST MEATS ,


:,HULLS CELEBRATE STUCKEY-SCHATZ '
50th ANNIVERSARYMr. ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED
I '
and Mrs. C. B. Hull celebrated :,
their 50th wedding an Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Schatz i PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
niversary at the Flagler Beach of Flagler Beach announce the' THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
Methodist Church Friday eve engagement and forthcoming I' NOV. 12, 13, 14, 1964
ning.In. marriage of their daughter,
the receiving line were Marjorie Ruth, to Harry Floyd
I Please Order Your
Thanksgiving Turkey Early
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, Stuckey of Marlneland. The
Robert Hull, and Mr. and Mrs. bridegroom to be Is the son of I
Hull. Rev. Hoover Is pastor of Mrs. Lillian Arnold and Louis
the church and Robert Is a son Stuckey of Artesia Park. Grade "A" Western Beef PALM RIVER
of the Hulls. The wedding date has been CHUCK SLICED
The refrshment table was overlaid set for four o'clock In the after.

with a lace cloth and' noon of November 28, 1964, at POT ROAST Ib 49 BACON tb 49
centered with an arrangement the Johnson Memorial Chapel,I
of golden colored mums. Also I North AlA.
featsured on the table was a No invitations are being sent Grade "A" Western Beef Fla. Grade "A" D & D
three-tiered white cake with but all friends and relatives are ROUND BONE
gold flowers. Invited to both the ceremonyand
FRYERS Ib 29
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw was the ,the reception.Mrs. ROAST Ib 59 Y
floor hostess and Mrs. Roger Limit 3 PleaseU.
noose kept the guest book. Mrs. Sara Dickinson has returned -
William Givins served the cake. to Flagler Beach for the S. Choice Center Cut (FAMILY) U. S. Choice Grade
Presiding at the coffee service winter after spending the sum. CHUCK SIRLOIN
were Mrs. Bob Whitney and mer In Windsor, N. Y.
Mrs. Leonard Johnson. Presiding STEAK
Ib 59 STEAKI 98
at the punch bowl were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeff-
Mrs. Hugh Arnold and Mrs. ler have returned to spend the I
Vernon Raymond. winter at their home In Flagler i,
Music during the evening was Beach, after spending the sum
presented by Mrs. Ray Lehr, mer at South Hampton, N. Y. FOR THANKSGIVING P Pd
-Theodore Weber, and Lyman d
Gage Soloists were Emily Gage Gene Holly is in the Veterans Wilson's or Copeland's Tender Smoked !
and Howard Lerch.At Hospital In Lake City for a
the Sunday morning worship checkup. Mr. Holly Is the sani CENTER SLICES '
service ReV. Hoover presented tation officer for the Flagler HAMS lb 49 79
a white Bible to Mr. and' County Health Department.Mrs. 14.16 Ib Avg j ji

Mrs. ,Hull which was given to i:
( them by their son, Earl Hull,I I Eva Ria of Flagler ,
Beach visited in Los NEW DECORATED TOWEL HERSHEY'S I
and his family who were not I Ij Angeles
j able.to attend the celebration! Calif. several weeks with friends.
Friday evening. Another son,i While there she visited many GALA
Robert, of Port Huron, Mich., places of interest. She returnedby SUGAR. : .
I The Pretty Towel 2 Layers Thick :;
came down to attend the party. plane and has returned to :
About 90 friends called duringthe place of business In Daytona

evening. I II I Beach. JUMBO 15 SAVE 51.39'
ROLL Ea. 22c
Mrs. Gertrude Hlgglna few to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnham
Kansas City, Mo. to be with her Limit 1 with food order 1 with
have returned to spend the winter $5.0q or more Limit, $5.00 or more food order
sister who has been seriously
here after the summer in -
ill. Her sister is much improvedand
Goffstown, N. H.
Mrs. Hlggins will return to
her home here In the near fu. BETTY CROCKER 9
ture. Last Friday Rev. and Mrs. E. CAKE MIXES 3 P
Lester Stanton were the overnight Pkll
guests of the Wesley
I RED SEZ. . II III Manor, a few miles south of Limit 3 pkg. with $5.00 or more food order
Jacksonville, along the St. Johns
Docs T V Have a
I Headache your? River. It Is a magnificent re 21/2 Can Osage FREESTONE 46 oz. Stokely's PURE

Is Antennae Bent? tiree's home Just opened last PINEAPPLE
your March, by the Jacksonville PEACHES 4 for$100
Has Tube quit
your
00
sparking? Methodist Homes, Inc. They JUICE '3 for 1
Is Your resistor resisting? have just received a national citation
SeeBEACHCOMBER as the outstanding retirement Del Monte Light Chunk2 size i can Limit 3 Please -
I
home in the United

Stan SERVICE Farnsworthor TV States accomodations., in architecture It must, site be,seen and TUNA 3 cans$100 40 FACIAL Count Scotties

to be believed. The home is
built to house 297 couples or 303 Del Monte GARDEN
Dave Watkins individuals. In other words TISSUES 4 $100
2 Mile North of Pier
there are that many apartments.On .
439.2069 PEAS 5 for$100
Friday the one hundredth oc
Beach Fla.
Flagler ,
cupant had moved in. '

6 ORANGE oz. SealdSweet FROZEN GIANT BOX FAB Box 59'


MURDOCK'S RESTAURANT Golden Ripe
JUICE
4 for89
1 Mile North Parrot Village AlA

SUNDAYS DINNER Limit 4 Please BANANAS Ib 10

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Soup or Juice EXTRA EXTRA
so 50 FREE EXTRA EXTRA
FRIED CHICKEN FREE 50 FREE 50

Potatoes Desert 2 Coffee Vegetables or Tea- Salad S & H GREEN STAMPS 250 S & H Green S &: H GREEN STAMPS

$1.50 Children under 12 85cC. with this coupon and yourpurchase with this
Stamps by Using coupon and your
of
D. MITCHELL, Manager one family purchase of
size Faultless Spray These two ((2) 12
ALICE MURDOCK, OwnerNOTICE STARCH CouponsTHE oz. Cans Lykes Luncheon
Meat. .
Coupon Void After WORLD'S MOST
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1964 VALUABLE TRADE Coupon Void After
.. STAMP Saturday, Nov. 14, 1964Y.l'

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II Notice is hereby given that the office of the 50 EXTRA FREE 50 50 FREE SO: 50 FRS 50

Supervisor of Registration will be Open from 8:30 S & H GREEN STAMPS ;ti: S &: H GREEN STAMPS:. S & H GREEN STAMPS

a. m. to 4t30 p. m., each Monday, beginning, on with this coupon and your! With this coupon and : with this coupon and

November 16, purchase of one Hot Shot! Your purchase of $5.00 or: purchase of your
1964.MARY one (1) l/2
E. SMITH Bug Killing Bomb @ 89c;;: More Food Order :. Gal. Can of :

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Supervisor of Registration I Coupon Expires Coupon Expires : Coupon AEROWAX

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T S NER E. THANKSGIVINGMeat
II I

PERSONAlS I g for Order Early!

TURKEYS HAMS
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loagor lasting HENS DUCKS GEESE

deodorant
I
Mrs. Stephens REDDICK RUSSELL WALKER JR protection! ; Armour Star SMOKED

:Makes Official I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walk. PICNICS ,Ib,29*
Visist to 0. E. S. er of Oak Hill, announce the,
arrival of a seven pound five Lean Western tb
Onle Mae of
Mrs. Stephens I
and a half ounce son, born November BATH SIZE
Marlanna, grand conductress of PORK STEAK
11th at the Halifax Hos. 49*
the Grand Chapter of the Order
pital. He has been given the
2 for 430e
of Eastern Star, paid her official name of Reddick Russell, Jr. Small MeatySPARE
visit to the Bunnell Chapter e
He is the grandson of Mr. and
Wednesday evening. Mrs. Gordon Walker of New ; ; RIBS n, 4geWiI.on'
Prior to the meeting Mrs. Smyrna Beach. The paternal COMPLEXION SIZE
Stephens was guest of honor at great-grandmother is Mrs. Daisy CertifiedFRANKS
a dinner at the Dlxlana Restau. Walker of Bunnell. 2 for Y
rant. Officers of the chapter and ,,49C
other official guests were pres. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Choice
...(.. Juicy
the weekendwere
Yelvington over
ent.The official meeting was held her aunt and cousin Mrs. .' MEAT ALL STEW ,,,69*
in the Masonic Lodge room and Henry Anderson and Gilbert
was attended by members of the Henry Anderson of Reidsville,
local chapter, grand officers and Georgia.Mr. .
U. S. A. SALE
visiting members. I and Mrs. Lee Blakelywere

JACK E. HOLT. 3rd in Jacksonville Sunday CHUCK i iSyEF lb. 49
afternoon visiting with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt, Jr.,
Lola Mae Parker who is receiving
are the parents of a nine pound

ber seven 3rd ounce In the son,Ormond born Novem.Beach She proved.is medical reported treatment as much there.im Round Bone ROAST lb. 59*

Hospital. He has been given
the name of Jack E. Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Custer Durrance to Certain swim directly small into fish the: are mouths seen CHUCK STEAK Ib. 53*

and the gill opening of
and son, Robbie, have returnedto through
Bunnell to reside and are located I' large fish in the giant rectangu.
at their home on East lar Occanarlum tank at Marine-
Moody Boulevard. They have land. These small fish, notablythe
MIX OR MATCH Jim 25
tb
Dandy Bag
swim
resided in Sanford for the past tiny neon gobies virtually
several Mr. Durance Is down the other fishes' Our Value 300 can
years. DOG FOOD $1"
PORK & BEANS
employed by the Florida Power throats to eat the parasites and ';
NAVY BEANS Ea 10'1
and Light Co. and is transfer. food particles that stick: to the KIDNEY BEANS
ring back to this district. roof of the big fishes' mouths.
GREAT NORTHERN BEANS MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind)

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. F. ALTi'ORDRegistered Red & White 303 Can
Knight during the past week. COFFEE
end were Mr. and Mrs. Horace APPLE SAUCE 6 for$100Red
Locke of Tampa They were I Real Estate Broker :I Tin 58
& White Jar *
also to attend the Moody Family Bunnell Florida Quart

Reunion Sunday. MAYONNAISE 49* Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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BUNNELL THEATRE OUR VALUESHORTENING DAIRY SPECIALKraft -

Phone 437-3681
American SLICEDCHEESE
FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Open Fri. After Football Game Open Sat. 4:45 3 ? 38* 12 ox.pkg. 49C
ROMANCE AND RACING ARE IN THEIR BLOOD!i w.

JAMES PAMELA DOUG JOANIEMcUESOMMERS Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS -

DARKEN:TIFFIN
I Singleton BREADED 10 01. pkg.
y co oR ;
ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY
I SHRIMP E.49
FRUIT BASKET EARLY I II Id III 1
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d I Black RebierGRAPES

,bZ9C'PECANS GINGHAM GIRLFLOUR

u l a. .
4-r New Crop Georgia

Due To Homecoming Friday night, we will have only '' n.49

one showing following the football game. Go see .- ............ 5 Big 29*
Bunnell beat Hastings and following the game see \T,ow ookin,
"The Lively Set. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ONIONS 3 ,Ib.1ge
SUNDAY & MONDAYOpen -
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Sunday 6:45 Open Monday 6.45
"Double Fun. more than A Belly Laugh a minute!I" 50 FREEGIFT 50 FREE 50 FREErf

BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
(1) 1 tb Box Fresh (2) Big Size Rolls Gala $5.00 or More Food '
CRANBERRIESCoupon PAPER TOWELS Order

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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Nov. 12, 1964
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I in giving this vaccine as wellas new, two Constant Readers at Last July small Angie Little-
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reducing the pain involvedand the Flagler Woman's Club Library field and even smaller Lindseydid "
TO THEEDITOR the cost. appeared to return ah not know their way around I PETERSON TEXACO

LETTERS I This vaccine, when approvedwill abridged copy of HIAWATHA. (Continued on page 7) I,I SERVICE

be available through Bun. ROAD SERVICE
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nell General Hospital and other '
Light Mechanical Work
Mrs. M. B. Fuller, Editor hospitals as are the other life- Phone 4373441 Bunnell
The Flagler Tribune saving blood derivatives which era.

Bunnell, Florida. Red Cross has developed throughits 'MANY THANKS
Dear Mrs. Fuller-: I Blood Program.
This vital Is available
The Flagler Tribune In Its 151 program MILLER
to all residents of Flagler
October, 1964 edition had a story I I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE VOTERS FOR
County because of their con ELECTRONICS
by Mr. George T. Edds, of the!
1 I tinued support of the Red Cross
Florida Agricultural ExperimentStations ) through blood donor drives and THEIR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN LAST WEEKS 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
concerning a new anti.
| the March Campaign for funds REPAIRS ON TV'S
serum for person bitten by a
and members. Thanks for this ELECTION.
rabid animal. The same Red, WASHERSDRYERS
Cross Blood Center that supplies'' support.

Bunnell General Hospital with Sincerely,
I Frazier C. Jones for CHARLES J. MISSINNE
Its blood or blood products was Call Collect 6720377ALL
C. W. Fainv Jr. D.D.S.
the Blood Center chosen to draw I
Chairman East Volusla
I WORK GUARANTEEDIN
from the Florida State Veterinarians
In their meeting in Tampa, Flagler County Chapter
American Red Cross. --
recently. This research Is being TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF-
conducted by the National Red FLAOLKR COUNTY FLORIDAIN
Cross Laboratories In conjunc Books Are My Dish Ir FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT CHANCKIIY M. BIKES NO. 4939LENOKA

tion with the United States Pub. Plaintiff, .
lie Health Service Communicable By Dorothy Romans AMBULANCE JOHN D. BIKES VI. Defendant.

Disease Center in Atlanta, Book publishers, like Henry pHONEVAIey4l625| NOTICE: TO DEFEND
Georgia< and the Veterinarians the VIII, are chopping and SERVICE THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
in :I I sr, ADGySTINE. FLORIDA JOHN D. SIKES
selected states throughout the changing, what with nonreaders 52) EAST NELSON STREET

nation. I non-writers and now that Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We You ALEXANDRIA.are hereby notified VIRGINIA that a.
The Veterinarians were set -I latest gimmick, books by mail suit has been filed against you in
at service with and
are always your promptness safety the above entitled cause; and you
ed as donors because they have The Wall Street Journal tellsof are hereby required to file your an
already had the series to immunize .. a man who Invested big experience. wer and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon,

them against rabies infection money in a book he planned to I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff's address attorney Is: ,
and their blood has a I push by mall during election WILLIAM H. GREEN

high "titer" level which a non I time, but worred because people , Garcia Funeral HomeP. DAYTONA 314 SOUTH BEACH BEACH FLORIDA STREET

recipient does not have.It might stay glued to tv and hot later than November 28, A.D.
Is the wish pf many groups radio and have no time to open E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director 1964.
If you fall to do so, decree
pro
working in this project that we their letters! LADY ASSISTANT confesso will be entered against you
can reduce the risks Involved Just as I was reading this sad of for complaint.the relief demanded The nature In the of said bill
suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 27th day of October
At IX 1964
(Official Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE
L Clerk of said Circuit Court
Oct. 29 & Nov. s.u.lt-no

OVER STOCKEDOUR IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
KLAOLBR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 4933
KURT FiUSYEH,
Plaintiff. ,
CAROLYN BERTH

BUYERS HAVE GONE HOG WILD NOTICE TO FREYER.DEFEND Defendant.
THE CAROLYN STATE OP BERTH FLORIDA FREYER TO;
18 MONMOUTH AVENUE
EAST KEANSBURG, NEW
WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER $4,000.00 WORTH OF CARVER CHAIRS. You JERSEY are hereby notified that a
suit hal been filed against you In

WE'RE RUNNING THIS SALE TO 'MAKE ROOM FOR OUR CHRISTMAS sorer the are hereby above with the entitled required Cleric cause to of file this; your and Court you an-

and to serve a copy thereof upon
STOCK. I AM SINCERE WHEN I SAY THIS IS FIRST LINE 'MERCHANDISE the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address II attorney: ,
RAY SELDEN

FROM CARVER CHAIR MANUFACTURE COMPANY OF ATHENS not Selden,liter than Buildtnr.November 800. FLORIDA Main II.Street.A. D.,

1964.
TENNESSEE. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED IN THE QUALITY confeMo If'you fall will to be do entered BO. decree against pro
kill for the relief demanded in the
of complaint The nature of
OR PRICE. said suit belnr for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and teal of

WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY OF THESE CHAIRS YOU WILL RECEIVE I A.aid( D.Court 1964. this) ntb day, of}(OctoberdfflclaijSeal

Clerk of said Circuit Court
CASH DISCOUNT UP TO 15% OR A FREE TURKEY FOR YOUR Oct. ;2I.n a Nov. S.U--4tc
IJT TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIR

THANKSGIVING DINNER. THIS WOULD BE AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 0V FLAQLER SKVKWTII FLORIDA: COUNTY JUDICIAL IN AND FLORIDA CIRCUIT FOR,

IN: CHANCERY NO.
49M
TO LAY-AWAY A CHAIR FOR CHRISTMAS WITH A SMALL JOHN u IIEFFLAY haintitf.
.VI.

DEPOSIT. AS USUAL WE WILL HAVE MANY MORE ITEMS ON SALE TO BARBARA: BARBARA. HEFFLAY Detenoant.IIEFFLAY -


'. AT A LARGE DISCOUNT. You lil are South thereby Bummer notified Avenue that. a

Complaint for Divorce SHL been
filed against you and
$ sweee or Pleadi a cop, of you'your are An.I'e..
1 BEDROOM SUITE COMPLETE $125 on the Plaintiffs to attorney th. ComplaAnt,
W. 1. Wadnrorth
5 pc. DINETTE WITH LEAF $3500EXTRA BunoelU P. O. DO:Florida n.
and file the original' Answer or
BONUS Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the CIrcuit Court
2 pc. LIVINGROOM SUITE AS LOW AS the 20th day of November on or 1M4.before
$7995
by default swill b o taken'0. Judl'Dlent agoaln.t
BUY ONE .ou for the, relief demanded An the
D
ASSORTED THROW PILLOWS DONE AND ORDERED
79* neU, otOc.
GET ONE FREE r.Flfl:1: thl. 26th <**
(Circuit Court 8.al)

FULL SIZE 9X12 LINOLEUM RUGS $449MATTRESS E.Clerk. Circuit Court

Oct. fl.3SaakNov.-1I-1Itlda
APARTMENT SIZERECONDITIONED
449S
REFRIGERATORS 35

{tlJr 3Raglrr(
FULL SIZE FULL SIZE AND ffirlbunrIIUNNELL.
SINGLE BEDDING UP TO 50% OFF FLORIDA

BOX SPRING

4 pc. SECTIONALS 14995 uaS. JL D. FULLER Editor


FREE Ue.Ipa4N OflUlal ......4P.tl..

This Sale Ends Thanksgiving Day ,.. F..... Nell._ e' FlatkrC.

_aty, 3Lalelglltle. ...."..
SAVE 449S 554 Ik. Stale .
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"THE LITTLE STORE WITH THE IIC IISCNNT"

YOU MUST HAVE THISCOUPON Entered as second class matter

February Ie 1111.at th. po tom *
RIVERSIDE FURNITURE CO. at Bunnell. Florida, under act of
Marta s. 1f.

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Fhtiie 437-3111 liiiell, Fla. OD. yearaN

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Thursday Nov. 12, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PACK :mV&j:

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THE BOOK NOOKContinued Woman's Club an dhas a Li fication cards at all times. Any swindlers who occasionally take .. .... er.dttors. Honors. .1' othor -

brary." who the welfare advantage of part/.s elaImin. by. IERIN .
person represents i peole by Impersonal under or aid tJOSPN

They went out dancing. And i department has an up-to-' Inf a welfare worker. and : his wife, if

( from page; 6) Idldn't have two gold medals, 1 date, official identification card I an i c8-mRINA. -

bookshelves. "I loved it," cried let alone a plate of cookies to from the State of Florida Department .NOHTIt OHMOM llAIACntllsTHHT US8TRR*nd, hi If* da4.wit. their If any unknown If liv

Linsey. "I loved HIAWATHA give them. But publishers can ] of Public Welfare. The I here at law d;vle*. legatee,
\OTICK 01I.A+ I) OWXUH9MKHTI.X1 grantees, rredi'tore. llenora, or other -
cried take heart, things are not so' card bears the state seal, official I' t parties claiming by through
too, angle. "We read It Notice I I. hereby glvn that a under
or against Joseph Lester
bad, after all, bookwise. signatures, and a card number. tn *tlng of the Owner of Land alt. and
over and over. But now we are I uated In the North Ortnoad Drainag deceased-, Lester, hit wits. If any,

moving to Daytona." My spirits )),.trlet In Volusla and Flagtff LAURA MALU3R and -.
WELFARE WORKERS I The welfare department Issues Counties is hereby called to be held MAU. :H. her huaband. If say If
sank. "But, added Angle, her this notice periodically to at the ofttc of the District at 4tOWeabreete living, anti If dead, their unknown

face sparkling with Joy, "We'lllive CARRY IDENTIFICATIONWelfare I Boulevard Daytona heir at law devisees leffat+e..
Beach Florida, same b.tnqn/ the
warn against unscrupulousWinter's grantee, creditor. Honors*. or
three blocks from the workers identi County of Volusla on Tuesday, December I other parties claiming by through
carry 16. 1511 at S o'clock I'. M. under or agalnt Laura Ataller' and
for the purpose of electing Supervlsor. Mailer, her husband it
and for buslnealthat deceased
before any ;
may come the me.tin.. 8. 1-OMHItANZ: and- ---
At such election, each and every roMUUANZ. his wife, It If
acre of land In the District shall living, and If dead, their unknown any
represent one share and each own- heir at law devisee, legatee.
!
I
Coming er shall be entitled to one vote inperson grantees. creditors: llenor. or other .
or by proxy In writing, duly parties claiming I by. throughunder
:':\\jl' signed for each acre of land owned or against H. Iomerans; : und
by hIm In euch District tiuardlan --I'omeranl. his wife, If any
may represent their Ward Kxecutor deceased;
and Administrators may rep- FLAm.RU UKACII VILLA COIl-
UNTIL NOVEMBER 25th res tn the Estate of deceased persons IfHtATION a corporation of Vlor-
and Private Corporation may Ida, If existing, and If not existing -
be represented by their oiflcer or Its unknown successors. grant

duly It I.I authorlied ordered that Agent this Notice be ,I ee ItKALTV* and eot\I'ANY.\ a FlHUprt Florid

FUEL TO published once a week for two con If
OIL PRICES REDUCED secutive week corporation exlatlng, and If not
Deach In the Daytona existing its unknown succeisors.grantee .
Observer a newspaper pub- and assigns: and all other -
Ished
In Volusla CountyorWa, unknown entitle
person or
and The Flagler Tribune a newspaper -
claiming by, through or


Kerosene 15.9 (over 50 Gallons) November)Klorlda.fly V.ItOAUD order published Data IS OK of 1964.of SlTl'EltVISOnS In first Klagler publication County land In to against Defendant and have to and any any the, or right premises of herelnbelow having the' till bo.nd or In or described claiming Interest Flalr named


tluy Day Secretary
County Florida to-wlt:
Nor 1J-H-K A Dee 3--4 toi.v I'AHlk'l.. r 1). I:_ ___

-TIIM--rinci'iT- : roniT ov-TIIM of That Section part I,or Township Tract I I, 11 nioeK Mouth in,,

No. 2 Fuel Oil 14.9 (over 50 Gallons) ."I'I.ullln"f'IK\TII' ..' it'iUATY JUDICIAL. IN ANn 1.(1111)\IIUIHT KOIlIIAMIOIIV of Range St. 10 John.East Development according to Hubdl plat

IN (' vision on file In the olfof\ the
NO. 40.13: Clerk of the Circuit Court tort

Serviceman for Heaters will be in Flagler Beachon XJMI'ANV tySlT RD 110NDINO, an Indiana INSUIUNCK corporation, t; 1c'.rl' fu.e Florida T, In flat

uthorlied to do business In .'101" of Hint Itoad No. 100, foran.IT
ida
State toad( No. 11. and more particularly
rialntlff, described a*: lleglnnlng
".. tit a point of Intersection of the
Tuesday Nov. 11HOFF'S .AHTIIUn WIL5 YKand south line of the said Tract S of
DA MAN: ; Iilock 16 and running thence North
IINIUU ISUT F. U IAY.Defendant. IT) degree.0 minute 01 *.''Olld.l
1-ut. along th* South line of the
"lUI,:\ >KII NOTICK II\' said Section I, a distance of Dil.ll
GULF SERVICE I'VnlolJATIUN feet, thence North 1 cl'U:
TO: AUTHUIt minute West a at.
I* WILJCYco feet to an Intersection with the
Sun lied Cloud I Corp Koutherly right of way boundaryof
Io-ranel.co. California mat Highway No. 100; thence
CPO 161, II It minute'
North degree West
439-9224 Defendant, along the Southerly right of way
YOU ARE llRUEnr! NOTIFIED! boundary, a dlstanca of 2t.ll feet
that a suit to foreclose mortgage to the West line of the said. Tract
ha* been nied against you by tn* II: thenc South 1 degree It minutes
Offer Good In Flagler Beach Only above named Plaintiff In the above Kast along the West line of

fUt The real property sought the mild Tract S, a distance of
foreclosed 1* described; a* IIO.SS feet to the
'ollow*: MarnettarFMs
aregreferred too the
of RaxUy Hubdlvlslon"
\ ::tp.1r'I ,
: t of said Subdivision: parcel: with no variation offset and
on Die In the Ome. of the Clr- containing 1.11 acre.
out Court of Flagler County
Florida, In flat, took B, at( I'AII CHI, NO. 1.
\ page J, Including all improvements 1I.In. a part 0' the NW\4 of the NHJ4
and appurtenances Section Township IS South
.-' tb..to.YOU 'Hang *01 7J East and mote psrtlcuUrly -
described a* follow: llegln
AUK UEQU111ED! to servea
of
copy of your answer or otherpleadings If'I Nation' corner
.. . the the 17, a* a point of
'.. ,, upon rialntlfr at ruferenc and running thence Mouth
torne,., Helen Tano Hope and
Vance, 506 lllscayn Pulld-' IT along 40 minute Of second the
tlne of
West, the North
tn''JI West Flagler Ht. ,
Miami
distance ofI..U7
said Section 17, M
and file the original
wtlh of b,-
the
the Clerk of the above fe,t to point
entitled ,; of thl* ) thence
Court on or before the 11th day South dz.eriPtlunl Mast
of December>> 114 otherwise a de. i degree *
thenr
f/.ll feet
of
a distance ;
fault will be entered against you. North. degree IS minute West,
Dated at Ilunhell. Florida, Flatter a distant of eSI.IS feet: thence
fifth
County,
this day of November North 1 degree 61 minute West,
1M4. : a distance of 11.0 feet, thence
Heal
( ) K. A. BMYTftd
North IT degree .* 01
Clerk of the circuit Court distance
k second East! a of 511,1f J
lly Julia Harvey1)epu
ft to the point of beginning othis
y Clerk description I Wearing at. referred -
Nov IS-ll-II A Dec. S--.toTIIW to the Magnetic Meridianwith

-. variation offset and parcel -
11 ( ...' no
inrMT ( liT. tIC V- .
containing 0 CO acres
KMTII JI'IIK' 'IAI. ('IIUTIT. IV
: 'a AVI> KOU FI.AtJI.KIl< COI'NTV' ,
llIIMIIT/p(!siIIOWMLI
j there's No Match for a Nameless l HTATI4 ')11' FI.OIIIIIA IV C'lU- V. I'JaAVT and JO-
/ !!.. 4'KMV. (.'AMU V WO. 41N011UwKf.1. ANNM M. PF.AVY. hU wife. hav
PMAVY
) and filed In this Court their Complaintwherein
JOANNK R 1'KAVY. his they allege that thr area
wife person Interested In and/or h r*
rialntlfr' Ing or claiming to have an In*
F ELECTRICRANGE WIM.TA'M'Y terest .In and to the real propertyInvolved
ORNCKV
UKNCKN.end In this suit hereinbefore
OATIIKIIINH W.
hi* wire Mitt IIAHIIY' deerlb, whoso.orll''n'J..r: ag::.
whereabouts, **
: pu.t
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KtfMlltHII.' and
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and place of residence are re-
:!) If KUUUCHII JOrWI'lf her husband. sp.c lively unknown to said. Plaintiff -
any: MKKINA: and having further named
and- MKHINA, his
I herein' certain persons as known
; wife (If any; JOHKI'H t.Mi. jy name to said' Plaintiffs, but a*
;i his wife ---t.WHTKH. I not known by them whether hey
If any; MI'ltA' of I them dead or allv.
',,1<. ; Super-fast Super-cafe MALLKII and -MA- or any are
And having mad the ukn*>wn
I Cleaner Cooler IBit her husband If any: heirs at law, devisees, legategrant *..
H I-OMKHAN7 and
and other
assignee,
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!:'M and cooks for less than a penny fOUKItANZ, his wife. If claimants under said persons both
FhAUMtlt IIMAril
any IIf1IT
0 living and dead known to tM
a person per meal VIIXAOltl1HtATION.. a TO Plaintiff by name. but not known
rvi corporation of Florida. ,If UI'IUT of
to the Plaintiff" whether any
':t.p M; .. eaialing, and If not e.I.l .- TITLI3 aid unknown heir at law, de.Vis .
'1' : (Ing Ms unknown suereisor ***, legatees, assignee and other
(: See the modern, automatic, grant*** and aslgns: claimant are living or dead,

(I: ::. electric range at your C I'ANY.YII'.LiiN a Florida IIKALTY"'POr.-fXM- piainl.partly' defendant to their Oom-

; I appliance dealer N lion If existing, and If notealating And having prayed for dear.
its unknown sue- of this (burl quieting and confirming -
i' ressor. trsnlees and assigns Plaintiff' 1ill.n the a*
J
;
; AND If any of them hove described real
be dead dltsolved or nonexistent. removing coud* rom'e I'aIntlffi
th unknown till 1 and decreeing them null and
heir*, devise' legatee. I void, for a perpetual Injunction I a*
creditor, trustees, grantees gal said Defendants, and each
successors In Interest of them, for peaceable" possession
successors, assignees 'lienor of said real property In Ih* Plaintiffs
or other claimant and for general rell I".
1 3 claiming by. through under And having' demanded from the
or against them: and Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
all other unknown persons for "..I.r Now cfeup than nit toGo w or entity claiming .,. making of *n order requiring, *u.n
A through under or against pron and .eb .f them to *PPr -
a nr ft the above named complaintupon
ALL-ELECTRIC iMfendsnt, or having *>r sa day not less.eL" twenty*

claiming to have any right, eight, nor more than slitr dcyefret's
.11 till. or Interest In and to the data of the making *f
... his to 011ht II COIlbIIatfoG the her4nbl' deserabedsatire said Order It I* lher.epon.UltM1tihl .
to psi that each and every
with fIa t.typt fuels ttM1 Defendant. of the |j.rn4ani* above named
N ly11p1TI and designated I* hereby required
N HTATK or Ft/minA. to aid answer Plaintiff"
The recent $10 million rats TO: wu ./AM I. OHW'K.'J and Cumi/l appear.tut herein on ale anbe
fourth major N CATHKIIIMK W CUI'" Cp H tttii day of |"*mbr, l>44, cad
reduction (
I Ms wile If M"te"l and It ja4; Ihat this Order b* published f*
price cut in 10 yean) makes th4r unknown a.' law d. a week for four (II eone titlv*
II r1.*.., legal.., .,........ er.dile4s, wpeke b ** in Tb
Std Senrice EJ< rtl.* cUlnaiag IHsgUr T '"t.kt."w. .pr pi bll. -
embeforeN I I da by. tarourb. uedal or WllHm ....j i, hglr 1:01lal1 FlrWa.r .
letter: buy than I 0...." and C'ath.rta. Weoaeo \ w1'-NI1SN. y hand .. a eck.
<.H.**..., Mr*. IIAnftT and ik. seal .f this (Burt this
M KUI4IWIII I1 -- KUUIIUIII. vth day *f November t/il, Inlwanll.
.INNNN/NNNaNNN hr b. b any. If living. and (>un.ty *f n. aad
%II..u' PR rwltI tIMl1....AGw. If dead their heir at law. 4Tl *- to of ..
**.*, legatees, graal***, *,..,.t. Ilt ) t1fA..
4.a.. N...r.. *r other parties t.f.! .t t Mtlariultl. F'Anrt
........ **. .llroulk ?*Mr .* '" "..1411
mUMst Wt., U. K"H> *h a ad f9, jt.. 11 isrriy
CttlbtiB. her h._.... If 1 frep"t I' 't.i
oar W L Wa4eworthp.
LIGHT COMPANY J/ I;MKItlNA and cT w*. ft.

FLORIDA 1 POWER &lo HOIOA I su.yl and lA: If hie dead wife, their If anyt unknown/ U- =1. n.Pt-.u" .

I e heirs" at law 4vl*.*. ....,..., Nov 'Ii'.1.-,. *. P*. aUec



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Ii i'AGg EIGHT TIlE F'LAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday Nov. 12, 1964
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Forsyth To RecruitEnumerators I Lang SpeakesTo Flagler SC Club POSTMASTER MERCER local workers who work duringthis
ADVISES ON EARLY I period deserve all the cooperation .

for Rotary ClubDr. To Meet TuesdayThe CHRISTMAS MAILING The postmaster they can get.said that

\' John Lang, veterinarianfrom Flagler Senior Citizens Continued From Page 1 shopping early, mailing early
Agriculture Census Daytona Beach, was the Club will hold its next meeting I etc. be mailed as early as pos and using ZIP Codes will really
Enumerators for the 1964 I guest speaker at the Rotary Clubof Tuesday evening, Nov. 17, at j I sible and not later than December put ZIP Into your Christmas
Census of Agriculture will be Bunnell on Thursday. Dr. the Woman's Club building in 1. mailings-and give your mailman .
recruited In Flagler County be. Lang's talk was: "The Professionof Flagler Beach. The Post Office Department a hand too.
Veterinary Medicine. He There will be has several tools to in'I'
ginning November 9, it was announced a potluck sup. new use
at the Atlanta regional pointed out that the practice of per for members and their this year's mail service. The|
office of the U. S. Bureau of the veterinary medicine reached guests starting at 6 o'clock. most important is the new ZIP GULF LIFE INSURANCECO.
Census. back as far as biblical times.j jHe Those who plan to attend are I Code and transportation-distrt- j, CO.
stated that there was a sharp asked to also bring beverage of button system that came into!
Persons interested in earning decrease in the field as the au. their choice and table service.At being with the Zoning Improvement B. MERCER AgentP.
extra income by means of this tomobile began to replace the its last meeting the Club Plan (ZIP). Postmaster O. Box 518, Bunnell
temporary employment with the horse on the American scene. voted to continue to use the Mercer 1& urging everyone to Phone 4373460ST.
Census Bureau should apply to 'Woman's Club building, which use the five digit numbers be.
the following crew leader: Do. I lie further stated that opportunities had been made available to the cause in most cases the code
zler P. Forsyth, 205 ClevelandSt I are great today for THOMAS CHURCH
senior citizens organization as cuts down the number of timesa
Palatka EA 5390. j!I[young men and women who I I (Episcopal)
phone a meeting place pending con. piece of mail must be handled. South Anderson Street
Qualifications for appointment j I I would themselves be in willing line with to prepare the re struction of the new Civic Center I This saves time, labor, and Rev. James Sunday Henry Service Taylor Jr.
as an enumerator include the in Flagler Beach. money. 10:SO a.m. Church School
quirements of the field. He also 11:15 a.m. :Morning Prayer and
i following: U.S. citizenship, age Chairman E. Lester Stanton Moving the Christmas mail is Sermon
revealed that the field of scientific
at least 18 years, high school said that the Club's executive a hard, tiring job and the six Holy Communion lit Sunday
medical research is callingfor
I education of its equivalent, committee, which also functionsas
increasing number of
j availability of car for use in an Its program committee, has
enumeration, good physical condition veterinarians each year. lined up a number of Interest. We would like to express our appreciation to
for driving, walking, and The special committee ap ing program subjects for the the voters of the East Flagler Mosquito Control
standing, financial support pointed to study game laws and winter season. District for their wonderful vote of confidence in
through period of employmentwages needs In the county presenteda the November 3rd election.We .
( are paid at the conclu resolution !to be sent to the Black profile portraits, popu-
sion of the enumeration), and Game and Fresh Water Fish lar in the 18th century because pledge our continued faithful and unbiased
the ability to write clearly and Commission In Tallahassee. The they were inexpensive, were service to the district in working for our goal that
neatly and to pass a written resolution stated "due to the extremely nicknamed "silhouettes" after of "Eliminating the Pests."
examination. Etienne de Silhouette whose
large number ot sports. FRANK BREDE
Enumerators are to be paid men who come to Flagler Coun I drastic economies as public finance .
on a pice work basis for collect.I ty to hunt, one officer cannot I controller under Louis XV LYMAN GAGE
ing completed census question. properly enforce the laws, and caused wits to use his name for GEORGE MOODY
naires that have been mailedout 1 asked the commission to place I anything cheap.
in advance to farm and full time wildlife enforcement
ranch operators in the district officers in Flagler County to
for which the enumerate is re prevent the wholesale slaughterof
sponsible. Dally pay is expectedto our game." The resolutionwas Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON8
range from $10 to $16. They adopted.
'will also receive 8 cents a mile
for a car allowance. The work WUTHERING HEIGHTS
will last about three weeks.
Emily Bronte .
'..
Wuthering Heights is a fiction 1
novel, telling the life of Mr.
RENEW YII/R
Heathcllff Heathcllff lives a
DWER'SLKtHSE
very bitter life and is unfeeling
1 DIH MG YIIIRTN except for his 'passionate love ,
MtIITH for Catherine.

'.. ,-,.. -J -- Heathcllff upsets a household ...the LIVELIERgasolin es. ;
with his presence and makes
Community everybody more or less his .

Memorial Church slaves. Smart play! Tank up with the modern
Does happiness ever reenter
" I.t.M........ .... the lives of the persons of motor fuels custom-made to power j-'
AIR CONDITIONED Wuthering Heights Come to your busy life today. Choose from 3

Dayton AT*. f our library, read the book and great new Chevron gasolines. Each
'\ FLAGLER BEACH find out. packed with livelier performance, long-running '

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Brenda Aaron, economy. Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Su- x

Church Service 11:00 A.M. Library Assistant. preme you get Methyl, the antiknock compound ,
that all the built into '
helps develop
,,. R W DICKBRT Pastor power your t
RVKIIYONB WELCOME I Subscribe to The FlagUr Tribune car. Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron!
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-- We take battercaf'e of your car .: x ,
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NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE .. -.J;

Tnt fir insurance pollcUs we write still gift the same STANDARDTrademark .
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad-
dltional coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very TOIL
little extra costRemember.

H. T. Cook Agency U ready to help you ''P' {
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361 t ciG
or stop in soon for full details.

H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. na.t .

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.' ,Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

MASSEY-FERGUSON

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

I !VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

Owner Bunnell, Florida i ,

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"' A. IL CRAIG. Funeral Director ,

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S. JOHN CAPO. Associate
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-CONDITIONEDCHAPEL-. AIR I LADY I OXYGEN QUIPPED ,

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CWtYtON" -MnHYt".end CMCVtON folg*e .
Phone ID 7-3532

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA R. E. MORRIS Agent Daytona Beach FloridaI'





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