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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 1 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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Little Change In J TAX 'ASSESSOR Holland OffersRecommendaiions ATTENDS INAUGRAL Washington Oaks
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MAILS HOMESTEAD I I CEREMONIES INTALLAHASSEE

County Board's I ; Park Now Open
EXEMPTION FORMS t

Session Monday Tax 1 to School BoardAt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight Near Marineland !
I Assessor Donald Moore and Mr. and )!rs. M. B. Fuller' '.

At the reorganization reg. mailed out Monday the Home- I their final meeting with were, in Tallahassee. Monday I Florida's newest. "State Park 3
stead
ular meeting of the Board of Exemption applicationforms Supt. Dan Holland Monday afternon thru Wednesday where was opened to the public on

County Commissioners Monday, and the forms for filing I morning, the Board of Public Instruction they attended the Inaugral Cer I January 1, according to State
tangible and Intangible tax.
no actions other than routine accepted the following emonies. Parks Director N. E. Bill Miller.
These forms must be filled in I
were recorded. recommendations made by him. Those going up for Tuesday Washington Oaks Cantons
and returned to the Tax Assess
George Wlckline was elected Being thoroughly\ acquaintedwith ceremonies were Mr. and Mrs. State Park located on Florida's
i or's office on or before April 1,
chairman of the board (a position 1965. the problems and needs in George Moody ST., of Flagler AlA, three miles south of Ma.

he his held,.several times,I the Flagler County School Sys. Beach and John Rice of Artesla rlneland. In Florida's newest attraction *

during his long tenure on the I tem. Ideem it proper and pustl- Park. Trooper G. H. Neely was with the beginning of

board. Alfred Tucker was elected :G. E. Evans Killed flable to make the following there on official duty in the the new year.

vice chairman. Jack Clegg left I recommendations for your fu ceremonies. This 267-acre park was donated

I, the position of board member, In Airplane ture consideration. h to the State last June by

not having sought the Job at!II The time Is rapidly approach I Mrs. Owen D. Young, widow of !

t _. the past election, and was succeeded I Accident 'I Ing when it will be necessaryfor Tom L. Lenssen the former chairman of the I

: by: Louis Stefllk. the elementary schools, when board of General Electric Cor ,
The board voted continue the I t, George Wayne Evans of W64 the school center contains Judge of Small poration.The '

same employed personnel, In. I West 12 ave.. Hialeah Florida I grades one through twelve, to property is bounded by
was killed In an airplane crash Claims CourtTom
W. L. Wadsworth
eluding as meet the accreditation requirements the Intra-coastal waterway on 1
board attorney. It also voted to I In the north section of Flagler .I. as well as the high schoolfor L. Lenssen said he the west and the Atlantic Ocean ;
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conntlue having Citizens Bank I County Friday afternoon. accreditation. The practice of had been appointed Judge of the on the east Florida IHjftway :

designated as the county depose The crash occured at 5:45: p. m. having elementary grades in the Flagler County Small Claims AlA bisects the tr JttW ';

.. itory. t in the isolated area of the coun same building with junior and Court, succeeding Judge Leola Focal poJnU} <*) '
After discussion the board ty. The plane was cited by three :senior high schools is very undesirable Jones who resigned effective garden ,BoIl n \!

corrected a policy pertaining tot hunters George Flake of Hast I and |Is frowned upon December 15. exotic plat OVjVsftrubs are I
to holidays and sick leave for ings, Charlie Hunter of Palatka. I which
by educators all over the coun Judge Lenssen said he will featured 1 liffth* gardens ,
"" I employees. The new Mike Wells of SanMateo. who fit Into
'I to
county try. This practice does not give hold his first Court session at have been planned
that employess 1 were hunting in the Roy area. cOnducIve of oaks
ruling provides the environment that is the Courthouse on Thursday the natural setting huge ,

are entitled to five holidays- They stated the plane was flying to good learning, therefore, I morning at 9 a. m., January 14. cedar and sabal palmetto.
New Year's, Fourth of July, at low altitude and apparentlyin recommend; Another feature of the park
( Thanksgiving and Christmas, trouble when it disappearedfrom Is the citrus grove which boasts 1i
1 that a third wing of four
: but by mutual agreement some sight. They said they also elementary classrooms be con Rev. Paul Edris i several varieties of oranges

of the holidays may be worked I heard an explosion. They notified structed at the Bunnell School. tangerines, grapefruit and kum
and number of off at the Sheriffs office here and fruit
days 2 that the library be moved Speaker at RotaryThe quats. Other bearing ;

Christmas Increased In proper a search was started, however it to the two rooms across the hall plants Include persimmon, figs,
tlon. had to be discontinued until Rev. Mr. Paul M. Edna, pears, and grapes. 1
r from the main entrance of the
))' early Saturday morning. The Pastor of the First Presbyterian Several buildings and Im
I Provided, also, are five days I Bunnell School, one room to be
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sick leave, but to be paid days wreckage and body was found for elementary and the other for Church of Daytona Beach was provements are situated on the

off must submit a doctor's certificate I at 1:30 p. m. The search was the high school, thereby per guest speaker at the regular l property. These Include two
conducted by, Sheriff Homer I luncheon meeting of the Rotary sheds and
t to prove illness. Both mlttlng both libraries to be residences, workshops
props of five days are to be Brooks and Deputy Leroy Irwin.. seryed ,by onejlbtarian. ._ ... Club of Bunnell" at 12:30 p. m. .a, gmn jiouse .v 'J
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.--' paid at employees regular ,fr. Also.-officials from the-C. AfP?' 3. that the partition separating The area is rich In history,
The board a the request oC F. A. A., and the C. 'A. B. the present library from Dr. Edris is, himself, a Ro- being. part of a Spanish land \
tarlan and member of the Rotary
Mary Smith supervisor of Registration Mr. Evans ,was flying a Stm-'I the auditorium be removed and a grant to Btutista Don Juan For

to pay her expenses' for son Voyager and apparentlytook I the entire area be reconverted' Club of Daytona Beach. His" relra In 1815. It was developedas I
topic was: "Humor*In Poetry.
room meals and transportationto off from Herlong Airfield Into the auditorium. This will a plantation by General Jo
His talk from the humor
attend a convention of super In Jacksonville enroute to his permit full usage of the auditorium ranged seph Hernandez, an early Flo. d'
found In the limrick to
lowly
viators to be held in St. Peters. home In Hlleah. lie was pres. by providing ample rids planter. George Washing
humor found In the writings of
burg this month. ently enployed In Jacksonville. ton, related to the first presidentof '

'. Also agreed after recommendation I He is survived by his widow space.4. that a concrete block barn Edna the great men of letters., Dr. the United States, married
is who
: by Dr. J. R. Sayers, director and two children. be built on the ag plot so that a person possessesa and his Hernandez daughter in 1844, I'
photograph
of Flagler County Health Department I the tractor and other equipment .quotations from memory memory seemedto I and they were given the land.It .

to buy a used x-ray, con be kept under lock and keyto know no ends. His talk evoked was purchased by the Youngs
machine for dental work. Season I In 193 t ;
i Hunting prevent vandalism and theft
much Interest and laughter
Discussed installing a postage Activities planned for the park
5. the construction ofw four
from members of the Club. The
meter machine in lieu of buy. About to End additional classrooms at Carver Include picnicking swimming,
Introduced
speaker was by Ly
ing stamps for each office, costof I School to eliminate the overcrowded boating, fishing, nature trails
such equipment is to be I'' Hunting of deer, turkey and conditions and lack of chairman.man Gage, retiring program and sight seeing.

studied and a report made at bear closed In most sections of classroom

the next meeting of the board. I Florida at one-half hour after 6. the space.construction of the Conrad Rotarian of Daytona visitors Beach were and Coy

Returned to bidder bid on a:. sunset January 3. Ducks goose gymnasium at Carver, but I do the Rev. Jim Taylor of Hastings W S. C. S. MEETS
other and coot hunting closed state.
machine when
dragline
not recommend the use of
Guests Introduced Vice FOR BUSINESS
were by
bidders complained' that specification wide at sunset January 3. Hunt matching funds for that pur
President Charles Tonkin.
Ing of woodcock and snipe closed AND PROGRAM
such their
were companies need
pose as long as there Is a President Tom Lenssen
could not bid. Will re- statewide at sunset January pre.
Woman's for
for classrooms. The Society
sided at the meeting and con
advertise and open bids after 2. Hunting of quail and squirrel 7. that an assistant! principalbe veyed greetings for a happy and 'Christian Service met Wednesday
will continue until one-half hour
advertising is completed. after secured for the Bunnell Schoolat properous new year of the Club. : morning at the Educational
sunset Sunday, February an early date. It is necessaryto I Department of the Methodist

28.The hove someone familiar with Church for their business and
St. Johns County season for hunting deer, First MeetingOf II
its operation personnel, and objective program meeting.
bear and will remain .
turkey :* If you are to follow I They made plans to hold an :
Practical Nursing open In the Third District until I through with full time supervision New Year all day meeting In February for ;

January 11'excrpt in Okaloosa next year. :a study of the Book of Genesis. ',1i

Program To OpenThe Walton Escambla and Santa For School BoardThe i Mrs. Howard Porter' and Mrs." "
Rosa Counties where the deer instructional '
8. that all full time non- :George Clegg will conduct the
St. Johns County Practical and bear hunting season closed personnel be given Board of Public Instruction study.

Nursing Program is accepting January 3. No open season on the same amount of sick and held Its first meeting with
i The Wednesday was
applications for its second class deer in Washington and Holmes accumulative leave benefits as the new superintendent, Coy G. "Prayer program- with Mrs. George Clcgg i

which will begin February 15. Counties in the Third District. I the Instructional personnel. Harris, Tuesday morning for the I Mrs Walter C dr, Mrs. Bill

This program is sponsored by The turkey hunting season In i 9. that the loan from the Cit first meeting of the new year 1. Deen 8r.. and Mrs. Lloyd Robert

the Board of Public Instruction the Fourth District will remain izen's Bank be repaid at an Harold Emery was elected to I.son presenting the program.Mrs. r t

in cooperation with Flagler Hospital open until one-half hour after early date. I do not consider It serve as chairman of the board Cordon Buckles, president ,. ".

and Is accredited by the sunset January 28.! sound business practice to pay and Mrs. Myrtle Rico was named I of the Society presided at the '

Florida State Board of Nursing. The third and final phase of Interest on money that Is neverused. vice chairman. business meeting.It t t

Classroom and clinical facilities dove huntlnf closed at sunset Supt. Harris' recommended was announced that the t

are located at Flagler hospital Monday, January 4. I School Board member Hershel Mrs. Lions Elsenbach ss secretary District meeting will be held at ,

I St. Augustine. The? turkey gobbler hunting King offered a resolution com and was employed by the the First Methodist Church of

The program Is 12 months and season will open south of State I pllmenUng Mr. Holland on a Job board. )fr. Harris said he would New Smyrna Beach on February

includes classroom Instruction.. Road 50 March 13 and close 1 well done for his work as Supt. need for the present only one beginning at ten s. In.

supervised practice and clinical March 28. The season north of of the schools for over eleven secretary, Miss Olla Joyce Em. I 118.Hostesses for the meeting were
State Road 50 will March will continue as finance of. ,
experience in the hospital open years. Ivy r Mrs. BiKklra' and Mrs. Bob Cook.
School hours are from 8 A. )(. 27 and close: April 11. Hunting fleer .

to 3 P.it Monday through Fri. will be allowed from one-halt The pupil assignment' secretary's i
day. hour before sunrise until 12:00: ers have had a good harvest position will remain unfilled a year travel and expense at

Instruction: and experience are noon each day.According Aldrich urges hunters to practice for the present If,.. Pat ,,lowance in addition to that I

provided in medical and surgical to A. D. Aid/ten. courtesy, safety and good sports- Robbie resigned the position at r presently scheduled. After dlrusslon *-

nursing mother and new Director Game and Fresh Water roanshlpt during the final daysof the meeting Monday. I the board tabled the

Continued To Page 8 Fish Commission Florida bunt- this 1904-63 hunting season. Supt Harris asked for a f t00 matt for further study.






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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 7, 1965 '

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and two years later the Florida designation of both National I! The name "Devil Dogs" was Subscribe far The Flagler Tribune
I J Stephen Foster Legislature designated Jan. 13- Stephen Foster Memorial Day I'given to the U.S. Marine Corps tiS3 4" Year In Advance
19 as Stephen Foster Memorial and of Stephen Foster Memorial by German soldiers during the
I Memorial Week Week. Week." battle of Belleau Wood in World
i I War I.II HASTINGS MATTRESS
Jan. 10 and 16-17 James E. (Nick) Connor, long An outstanding vocal and In. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
time senator' from Brooksville, strumental musical program
i I 710-12 Lemon St.
; Stephen Foster Memorial who was instrumental in passage will be presented along with
Week which this year marks of the legislative resolution Senator Connor's talk Barnes il ilI II I MILLER I : Palatka Florida
\ I Phone EA 5.9166
the 101st anniversary of the honoring the composer will be said. ELECTRONICS Furnitu-x Upholstering
:>, world-famous composers death the Foster Week speaker at 2:30p. Donna L. Dickenson, of Quire I Repaired & Refinished
will be observed with special m. on Sunday Jan. 10, Barnes cy who is the reigning "Jeanie I 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. Mattresses & Box Springs
programs at the :Stephen Foster announced. Senator Houston With the Light Brown Hair," Made to Order.Also Renovated
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Memorial on Jan. 1Q and Roberts, Live Oak ,will introduce Mrs. Ann Daniel Adams Winter : Call Laura Morris' 437.3233
16-17 Foster L. Barnes directorof him. Haven, a "Jeanie" maid and WASHERSDRYERS After 6:00 1'. M.
the State of Florida music Miss Florida ten and PRICES REASONABLE.
years ago;
"We honored to have Mr.
are
River BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
shrine on the Suwannee the well-known Amigo Male
Connor president designate of: Just as near as your
announced today. the 1965 Senate as the speakeron Singers, directed by A. W. Levyof I Call Collect 672-0377 Phone or Post Office
Stephen Collins Foster died this outstanding occasion Lake City will present musical ALL WORK GUARANTEED Drop Us A Card or Call
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In New York Chy on Jan. 13 Barnes said. "Over the years, he numbers.
1864 at the age of 37, leavinga has been Interested in the development Miss Dickenson, who Is 'a stu
rich heritage of melodies in of the Foster Memorial dent at Florida State University .I
r cluding "Suwannee River" now on the b-.iks: of the Suwan will sing four' Foster favorites; '!I
Florida's state song. A Joint nee, ar't It'Is fitting that he Mrs. Adams who went to the 24 Home ...R...
I I Miss America finals with her I Service
congressional resolution in 191 So"-a be present Jan. 10 to deer Wrecker
named Jan. 13 as Natl remarks on the significancef specialty accordion playing, ,
,4 ''. Stephen Foster Memorir' Stephen Foster's life and will present a medley of Foster,
works. numbers; and the Amigo Male Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
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Singers will give a group of six
"With Mr. Connor will'be J. V. .
CommunitTMemorial I Varn fon.tr legislator from Negro spirituals, Barnes said. MASSEY-FERGUSCN
Brooksv1', and Mrs. Leon Miss Thelma A. Boltin, pro Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

./ (Jhu, t 'White ,t, Brooksvllle, presi- gram director at the Memorial
will be mistress of ceremoniesfor VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
9 l.ter-d..I..tl..1 den r the Stephen Foster Me.
the program which will be Owner Bunnell Florida
AIR CONDITIONED r m al brporation. Mr. Yarn in ,
held in the auditorium of the
I. Dayton Ar.. 1$ Introduced the house resoIv -
Foster Carillon Tower. The pub
which resulted In design
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FuAGLER BEACH .ion of Florida's Stephen Mer lic is invited to attend the pro .-
Sum \y School 10:00 A.M. rial Week. Mrs.. Whitehurstd gram on Jan. 10, as well a* special NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
Chi rci Service 11:00 A.M. concerts featuring the St., \,
J .d much of the planning which
The fire insurance policies we write still give the same
R. w. :'CJCJ RT. Putor lid to development of the Foster Petersburg Male Chorus on Jan. dependable protection. But,today you can often enjoy additional -
16 and 17. There is no charge
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1 Memorial on the Suwannee
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coverage benefits-Rome Owner's Policy-at very
for admission other than the
j,*. ( a.o ,..., 1 River and which brought about regular fee for entering the I little extra cost.Remember.
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/,; \ park, Barnes pointed out. H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you

'" 1,1, take advantage of these extra corerages. Telephone 437-3361
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Is or stop In soon for full details.H. .
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Thursday, January 7, THE FLAGLER.TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA FACE THREE
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forming aerial hurricane reconnaissance i2uw1I .It$ Quantity Rights

since 1943.RENEW School Meat j WE GIVE ME T T S Reserved*** .

T JESSE MCKNIGHT HAS Prices Good
YOUR POEM PUBLISHED IN TOP

DRIVER'S UCEHSEK BETA CLUB JOURNAL I Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

DURING YOUR h VALUE Jan. 7th 8th, 9th
Jesse H. "Buzzy" McKnight SUPER MARKET ;
BliTH MONTHCLASSIFIED'. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc. I **

Knight had the high honor of STAMPS 103 S. Railroad St.
receiving first prize in the Telephone 7-3201
monthly contest for the best
poem submitted from membersof
COPELAND'S Avg.
the National Beta Club for
ADS the month of December. Each
month members of Beta Chapters Oicilb. Lb. *
Listings under this heading art throughout the United 27
3 cents a word each Insertion.
States are free to submit their ,
75 cents is the minimum charge : .
writings for publication in the
LOST-one male cat about eight Beta Club Journal First, second,
months old white, with grey I and third prizes are offered to LEAN PORK (CENTER)
markings, grey head and tall six students! for entries in the categories .
toes on each front foot. Answersto I! of poetry, prose and art.
name of "Murphy.." Reward. First prize each month is $30.00in Lb. 59
LOIN ROAST
Call 439.2147 or 4373413. Strayed each category."Huzzy's" .
from home in Flagler Beachon I entry was entitled

North Central on Dee. 29. "Strand and is a poem of his
1.7-ltp own creation about the sea.
U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) LEAN JUICY (ALL-MEAT)
FOR SALE-Man's suit, size 46,, -STRAND"
and car coat, size 46, ladies On certain sultry evenings SIRLOIN Lb. Lb. '!
T.BONE STEAK 99
dresses size 18. Milton Motel.17ltc.FOR When winter's birth and death STEW 69'

Are equally far awayI
visit the ,white and sprawling
SALE-11 cu. It. G. E. Re- Lean Tender U. S. Choice
frigerator, 2 years old. Call C. J. beaches CUBE Lb.
Clark Jr., 4392283. 1.7.ltcFOR Cluttered with cans STEAK 99ROUND Lb. !
And rags STEAK 891
SALE--5 room house, corn And peels and peoples
pletely furnished, beautiful cypress Whose Inarticulate shouts and
carpeting screened laughter World's BeltGROUND
: paneling
Lean End Cut
: front porch, aluminum awn. Are complemented by the Lb. ( )

. Ings, large utility room and brightly BEEF 49 Lb.
I double garage, situated on two Glimmering and blinking PORK CHOPS 49-
lots. Very reasonable. Phone Lights of nighttown 50 Free T V Stamps, purchase of 3 Lbs.
437-3526 1-7-ltC Which hides In Its darkness \
The wild orgies of this lost gen
FOB SALE-Set of used kitchen eration.As FOOD KING (Qt....) SHORTENING
cabinets, complete with sink and
faucets. 1 gas flred furnace, suspended OLEO CRISCO HERSHEY
type complete; 5 wood the Earth turns Into the

trusses, 40 ft span. Call 439-2395, frigidity of winter Lb. 3 Lb.Pkg. .
Howard Lerch, Box 426, Flagler The lights are dim 10- Tin 591!
Beach. 1-7-21C. The trash is blown by icy winds \ SUGAR
And with it are. exterminatedthe
OR YOUR CHOICE
FOR SALE-1957 Servel electric hot fires of lust OR YOUR CHOICE
refrigerator, 6 cu. 'ft, 25 LB To be replaced by frozen spume Armour or WilsonBUTTER
freezer good condition. Price And clods of frigid Jetsum
$W.OO. Phone 4392446. 1.7-ltp Reincarnated by Cataclysmictides BAKER1TE !
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foot.Lost To suppress the left extreme: .
wire cut around left rear 3TLb. .
Dec. 26. Phone 733-5355, And support the right Qt... 59- 49-
Only to fall another infinite
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time to heat and light
T. I. Pickett. 12.31.2tp
Jesso McKnight. Limit (2) Oleo or (1)) Limit (1) of your choice Limit ((1)) with pur-
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. "Buzzy" Is president of the Butter, purchase $5.00 with purchase of $5.00 chase of $5.00 or more
up. Coy Harris 4373367. After Bunnell Chapter of the National or more food order. or more food order. food order.
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11.5-tf Beta Club and Is an honor stu
dent at Bunnell High SchooL lie
WANTED IRONING to do at my WINTER GARDEN
attend College and ma.
plan to
home reasonable. Pick up U de. FROZEN SUN UTE 303 CAN
with
jot[ in the field of English
livery. Phone ID 73669. the probable aim of teaching as
10.2f-tt I a career.' FRUIT PIES TOMATOESNIBLEPS 8cana $100

SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain I For .
field installed: snail shell. Reasonable
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i 7th GRADES HAVE CHRISTMAS 12 OZ.
prices. Call George Ja
roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf : PARTY Apple Cherry Peach Cans
W K CORN
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CONSTIPATED Christmas Party at the Community EVERFRESHCOFFEE
To prov PItUN-EVA eontIal.f
PruD." n. a> ttona /. .rt4.s Hall in St. Johns Park SIIURFINE
.mo-o.U.. Met and most aatur.lla.z&tv. I 303 CAN SLICED
.. hurry to on Friday evening Dec. 18. Par.
UOODTS PHARMACT ents assisting were Mrs. J. B.Cellicer Cans
for georou. FREB BXUPtJI r Mrs. Shelton Barber and PEACHES 5 T
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"I"eta y..r. lira. Dean Peterson.
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FLAVOR ((68 OZ. CANS
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JOHNSTON'SrLAGUEB were served. Everyone enjoyed !

BEACH REALTY CO. dancing and playing games. 29'FRESH DRINKS
Janet Hafnes, 7B Reporter. 3r'I00 I
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT

WATER ACREAGE FRONF. FARMS. Even when the fishing are PRODUCE C. O. S. LIGHT CRATED

fisherman cannot use Yellow
tiling a
tee u for yew real estate seeds Cooking / Can "
more than three' poles and lines Ib
Office Phone lIE 9-2242 ONIONS 29C TUNA 2 69-
Residence Phone ID ,..3001or or three rod and reels at a time, Pkg.
and'resh
the Game
according to Fresh GreenCABBAGE
ID, 7-3517- Water Fish Commission. lb. (Plus 00 FREE T V Stamps)

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Cello Pkf. DAIRY ITEMS
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
CARROTS Pillsbury (Canned) 12 Oi. American

AMBULANCE 1 Lb. Cello Buttermilk Sliced

PHONE VAlley .4 1625 Pkl. BISCUITS
SERVICE 2 ZSe 9c CHEESE 49C

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ..... ... .
1. .. ..8..I..T..I..11 m. t I tt .a
be hesitant about caUlag a Garcia Ambulance.: We
Never 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP
are always at your s.r.fce with promptness safety and
TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

Resusitator and Inhalator With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
With
Equipped Oxygen $1.50 worth of ((2) / Cans of C. O. S. 3 Lb. of Fresh Ground

Garcia Funeral HomeP. Light Bulbs Chunk Site Tuna Beef

Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Saturday Jan. 9, 1965 Saturday, Jan. 9, 1965 Saturday, Jan. 9, 1966
LADT ASSISTANT

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::: :7YcLfJfer3eact FLAGLER FOOD STORE ,

T ME iWe .

Miss Nancy Lou Fleurie The Service Womens are Society planning of Christian their II /&! .I"I'II'I/-'. !. ,- '. _, .. 1

j' i annual Smorgasbord for Friday,
t February 12. Tickets will be on

\, sale soon. PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

,JANUARY 7-3-9, 1965 RESERVED
Visiting this past week with

I Mr.Mr. and and,Mrs.Mrs.Jack Kenneth Meekins Carlson were We Will Sfcto j in "65" to Serve You Beter'.

and family from Milwaukee, i
Wis. and Mt, and Mrs. Jerry
I Johnson and family from Scot.
1 { land Neck, r. C. Mrs. Carlson QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR LESS -
P YM
T .
and Mr. Johns on, who are brother
. '
i{ and siste are niece and
nephew of B'rs. Meekins. Mrs. FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF:
R. B. Johnson; sister of Mrs. Mee WHOLE RIB OR SIRLOIN
M kips, arrived; 'uesday for a visit
t, with Mr. and Mrs. Meekins. Lb. ) Lb.
. FRYERS 29 STEAKS 89
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Books / re My DishBy Limit 3 Please

FRESH BOSTON BUTT .
FLEURIE COMBS Dortliy' Homans WESTERN CORN FED .V'Lb.,". \
ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED The Flag) r Woman's Club CENTER RIB PORK .
Library wish s all ,booklovers a .
Happy Neaw Year. The old year Lb. 69ROAST : 49-
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fleurie of ended most pleasantly. PORK CHOPS ,
Flagler Beach announce the en. .!
Twenty of the latest paper M
gagement of their daughter, backs from, Herbert Fuller, by SMALL, LEAN AND MEATY PALM RIVER
Miss Nancy Lou Fleurie, to Mr. ,
such writer as Ian Fleming FRESH PORK SLICEDSPARERlBS
Ellsworth H. Combs, of Artesla
Hamilton whom Mr.
I Donald Lb. Lb.
Park, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ger
Is over Mr.
:Fuller says taking 49BACON 49-
aId Combs. :Feming's fie) I, A Stone For Dan.
The bride to be is a graduate
I ny Fisher b:' Harold Robbins, a
of the Class of 1964 of the Bun. '
r .. fine novel a tout a boy born on
nell High School. Mr. Combs Is the East sl r employed with the Florida Park survive in the jungle.
,Service at Washington Oaks Then Dam. Scruggs, Jr. gave
I Gardens State Park. the Library the brand new latest .
''I The wedding will be at two I edition i-f Cassell's German .
l o'clock in the afternoon of Feb. 'landsome book for 1 Lb. 3 Lb.
,
dictionary '
ruary' 27, 1965 at the Johnson,the Reference Shelf that is grow- Can 59' 39-
(Memorial Chapel, Artesia Park.. ing fast. Anybody got an abridged .
Following the ceremony a reception Oxford dictionary they don't Limit 1 with $5.00 or more Limit 1 with $5.00 or more
will be held at the want FOOD ORDER FOOD ORDER
Chapel. No invitations are being
I
And Mrs. Jasper White's son
mailed. All friends are Invited
sent down from New Jersey, one SHURFRESH
6 OZ. MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
,;.t to both the ceremony and recep. .
best historical novels
'I. of the we
r: ,tion. ever read-acclaimed by criticsa Each Jar i
I materplece-Rosemary Sut.: BISCUITS 5 COFFEE 79 i
f." COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS cliffs version of ,the Arthurian
Tonight, Thursday, Jan. 7, there 'Legend "SWORD AT SUNSET." I II S Limit 3 Please Limit 1 with $5.00 Food Order
,'. will be a buffet dinner in Fel.
'. lowshlp Hall and everyone is In. I Subscribe to The Hogl Tribun
i. 'vlted to attend. SUQAYEAB 2 ft CAN OSAGE FREESTONE FROZEN FOODS
. Sunday School is at 9:45: a. m.f' .
with classes for all ages. Morning For 8 OZ. WINTER GARDEN MEAT
i f' worship is at 11 o'clock with O.F.ALTORDReal PEACHES 2 55' For .

Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. Estate Regilt.red BrokerBunxull PIES .2 35

BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
300 CAN SWEET TREAT
Florida 10 OZ. McKENZIE
Sunday School it as 9:45 a. m. CRUSHED
and morning worship at 11 CUT OR WHOLE
o'clock. Dr. LaFaette Walker,
head of the Religion Dept. at ST. THOMAS CHURCH PINEAPPLE Pkgs.
, Stetson University, will be the South(Anderson Epa.eep.l)Street 39'QKRA 5 99-
guest minister for the month of Rer. Jamea. henry Taylor Jr.s .
aday .meee
January for both Sunday servo 10:30 a.m. Church School Limit 5 Please
11:15 a.m. Morning Prayers and 303 CAN ARGO GREEN
ices.Training Union meets at 6:15: Holy Communion lit SundayGULF
LIMA FRESH PRODUCE
-
each Sunday and evening worship
at 7:30 p. m. For
The Girls Auxilery meets on LIFE INSURANCECO. 'BEANS 2 35'' JONATHON ALL PURPOSE
Monday about 4 p. Midweek .
prayer service Is Wednesday at LEE B. MERCER AgentP. APPLES 4-39'
7:30 p. m. and choir practice fol.
lows the prayer service. O. Box 518, Bunnell KING SIZE BOX
Phone 437-3460
!I, Each YOUNG TENDER
: METHODIST CHURCH NEWS F A B 99FRESH
! Church school time is 9:45: a. Lb.
m. ai.d morning worship at 11 PETERSON TEXACO BEANS 2 29-
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover SERVICE Save 30c-Limit 1 Please

minister. ROAD SERVICE
The Mens Club will meet for Mechanical Work
lunch this Sunday at 5 p.meeting.m. for ,Light Phone 437.3-<<1 Boan U Ct\7U FREE 50 BE ALIVE Cf| EXTRA FREE SOS

their regular monthly .:.. LLW INSIXTY
-I & H GREEN STAMPS: S & H GREEN STAMPS

PHONEKelley'sFuel With this coupon and FIVE With this coupon and
purchase of 4lht
SAVE MORE WITH purchase of 2 Hot Shot
Globes Size
Any
Oil Coupon Expires S & H Green Insect Bombs, Each 89c

Coupon Expires Coupon Expires

,J,.,. CLEAN BURNING ,. Saturday Jan. 9, 1965 Stamps Saturday Jan. 9, 1965

'fl.. ".".J'N.""..J'."...-Jl.'JZ5

STANDARD EXTRA EXTRA I EXTRA
FREE Z5 50 FREE !>W ZS FREE ZS j

; OIL S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS ;

purchase of One Family With this coupon and With this coupon and :
PRODUCTS Size Faultless Spray on Your Purchase of One 10 Your purchase of One A", )
Ox. Pack Ever.Fresh PoLYIOI Spray Disinfectant, r
Starch 69c
I
DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME tato Chips 89cCoupon

)" ACCOUNTS Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Expires
COMMERCIAL
t DELIVERY Saturday, Jan. 9, 1965 Saturday Jan. 9, 1965 Saturday Jan. 9, 1965
Phone 437-7172 Bunnell Florida





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Thursday, January 7, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA FACE FIVE. j
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"Mix or Match" Copeland's


I : JGS SLICED CORNED BEEF BEEF or HAM

PcRsOA.SMiss. N ( ..

'l.;;. _, 2 p3C::: 59* I I


U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE

JoAnn Cockrell PINETTES MEET

WITH JEAN ATKINSON MBS. CAROL CHUCK ROAST Hi. 49 I


The Pinettes met with Mrs.
? fp wraRa
Carol Jean Atkinson Monday Round Bone ROAST lb.
night for a business and supper 59
I meeting. A potluck supper was
served prior to the meeting. '
I Officers: .elected were: President
.r CHUCK STEAK Ib.Lean
J M Phyllis Bertha; JoAnn 53 i
Crews, vice-president; Molly
Bertha, treasurer; Lisa Tllton,
secreb".
''The door prize was won by Western (CENTER CUT)
Molly Bertha. Betty Jean Deen, I
a former member of the Club *
who Is residing at Grand Baha- PORK cnops Ib. 59 l!
ma Island who was visiting here
with relatives was a guest. 1
}r

Mr. and Mrs. Benton Clifton Western Sell t Streak O' Lean. ;

Year were In Holiday Miami visiting during with the New rel BEEF LIVER WHITE BACON I

COCKRELL UPCHURCH atives. They also attended the
ENGAGEMENT IS Bowl Football lb>. lb.
Orange game 3 $3 tOO 29
ANNOUNCED New Year's Day. I
Among those from Bunnell attending .
barr\ and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell, ,
505 North Church street Bunnell, the Gator Bowl game Lean Western BOSTON Bl Tr"
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.

their Edward announce daughter Upchurch the, JoAnn engagement, son to of James Mr.\of and and Leonard Mrs.Mrs. David Moody Clare ,BIddle Weaver Bunnell, and of, Daytona Mr.Mr. PORK ROAST) Ib. 39 !

anr Mrs. Allen Upchurch, Eu Beach.
taw, Alabama.
Tropic Isle CRUSHED 303 Can
JoAnn is a graduate of Bun
nell High School. She was a David Shields Is spending the (MIX OR MATCH) Our Value Each !
member of the varsity basket. holiday here visiting with his "CREAM STYLE" CORN PINEAPPLE 19* I
ball team, Trl III Y, French parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon CUT GREEN BEANS
Club, Future Homemakers of Shields. He has spent the past EARLY JUNE PEAS \
several months In Palo Alto,
America, and a members of the
School Annual Staff. She studies California where he was work. 303 MAXWELL HOUSE (INSTANT)
business administration at the Ing on his master's degree at 2 Cana 29*

Daytona Beach Junior College Stamford University. COFFEE

and is presently employed at Continued To Page 8 Swift's I t
Bunnell General Hospital. .a : 6 01.
VIENNA Frof 89c
James Is a graduate of Greene SAUSAGE 5 Jar
County High School, Alabama,
and Is a member of the Alabama Bunnell Theatre Red & White 2 lb. Jar Limit 1 with $3.00 or more food order
National Guard. lie Is pits
ently employed with the G. F. Phone 437-3681 APPLE JELLY Zge

Halstead Construction Company, Friday and Saturday DAIRY SPECIALlib. -
Montgomery, Alabama. Double Feature I
The wedding plans will be No. 1Give VALUESHORTENING
announced later. Sunnyland (lib. Solid) i

OLEO 2"29*

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock and

sons were In Bonifay during the 3 ft 48 FROZEN FOODS _
past weekend,visiting with Joe'smother
Mrs. Sadie Brock; Mr.I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. Brock have recently 'StDon'tI Singleton BREADED 10 01. PII,.
moved into their home in Bun
nell on South Stone street They Up FRESH PRODUCE SHRIMP I Each 59c
purchased the home from Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer White. the Ship"Open Large Crisp HeadLETTUCE ,

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schatz Z For 29* ,Gingham Girl (Plain or S.!f.RJ.ing)

and daughter of Atlanta Ga.,
were guests of the Stanley No- 00'mII'' I OY'1IDD Fresh GreenCABBAGE FLOUR
vacks and the Bob Schatz. family No. 2 "" 5
*
during the holidays. SEAN 5 & 29*

4 lb. Cello BagAPPLES
Mrs. Walter Knight returned FLYNN 4 Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
home Sunday from, Tampa 39*
where she went to be with her 150001as.L.1H.B.. \
)
sister, Mrs. Dorothy Locke, during SOH' OF WWW ,'

reported her as surgery.Improving Mrs. very Locke sat.is : 50 FREE SO FREE 50 FREE :

Isfactorily. GIFT BOND STAMPS
I GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS With purchase of

Mrs. Anna Jarosz has returned I With purchase of With purchase of (2) 14 os. Pkfs. Frozen*
to her home here after spending Q>FlfiwLAReSUNDAY I ((1) 9/ oz. Jar Franklin's< (2)) 0 ox. Cans Frozen Howard Johnson's Maca<
the past two months in Warren ONLY Dry Roasted Peanuts AWAKE Toni 8c CheeseCoupon t '
and Detroit, Michigan with rel % Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Void After
atives. She was called there by Spencei'snta Sunday, Jan. 10, 1965 ) Sunday, Jan. 10, 1965 Sunday, Jan. 10, 1965 I
the death of her brother. i I
L* XS V- -XN V N- -

Michael Parker left Saturday .M- ;, _.
-r-
flying back to Palo Alto. California ,
where he will resume his A \ ..
graduate work In Stanford A

University. r ; : : '
RODGERS
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells had = : STOREIII"1 Ili
-
as their guests during the boll In f 1WJ -..:=.= "'HI
days her son and daughter
law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers FrLSaLSun.. at ..111"'
.
and children Billy and Eliza 6:45. Two complete showsnitcly. 1111
beth of Bailey Georgia. Also Double Feature Phone 437-3227
Mrs. Wells brother In law and each Friday & Saturday. OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL ;
sister )fr. and Mrs. N. A. Con. y Regular admU.ton. 8:00 *AU >1 iOO p.m. "
eer Sr. of Bailey. Quantity Right Reserved PRICES GOOD Jan. 7, 8, 9, 10, 1965JiSooiI ;
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PAGE SIX I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
Thursday, January 7, 1965

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had as their guest during the Robert Williams from Savannah, NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS IV TUB COUNTY JUDfiK COURT,

their Kenneth who Ga. MEETING IN AND FOR FLAGLKR COUN
holidays son
6t4DNa&tJ I I Notice U hereby given that the T)". STATE OF FLORIDA.
is stationed with the Airforce at -- annual meeting of the Stockholders Estate ofROYAL
of the Citizen Bank of Bunnell A WOOD.
McDill in Tampa. Pat Niesen and four of her will be held at ,the office of the ,
girl friends students at Florida' Bank In Bunnell. Florida, on Wed. The State of Florida! To AH
(Continued from pace 5) nesday, January llth, at I:0o'clock Persons Interested In the Estateof
State University, attended the P. M. for the ef'o' of 4 said Decedent:
Guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Victor Mrs. Nellie Tweed has returned I' Board of Director to serve for the :
Florida State Oklahoma Gator ensuing and for the transac welt enaInstrumentnpurportingtto
; to her home here after a holIday tion of bro I be the Last
Buckles during the New Year's Bowl game In Jacksonville last r business ai mar Will and Testament
visit in Jacksonville with properly come before the meeting of said decedent has been admitted
weekend were her brother in law weekend. Howell V. Peavy. Cashier, to probate In said Court.;

and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.I I Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCort and _Dec. II, 1984 & Jan. 1, 1> 5*-Itc in I ou six are calendar hereby months commanded from with tho

Harkey, of Columbus, Ga. Also family., IN THH CIHCUIT COITIIT SEvl date of the first publication of this
ENTII JUDICIAL notice to appear In said Court and
Mr. Buckles parents, Mr. and New Simulated FOIL KLAttLKIl CIUCL'IT.('(VWrY I"VAJtlt show cause It any you can. why
the action of
Mrs. Clarence Buckles of San Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buckles PLOItlDA.IUV. A. CIIANCHHV; NO. 4W4ALBEUT ting said Will said to Court probate In admit should

Mateo. and children have returned froma Leather FabricHave DECKER not
holiday visit In Goldsboro, N. Plaintiff. County Judge Fiagler County.

Mrs. Naomi Hosford has re c., with her parents.Mr. you heard about the new APRIl, EILEFN AGUE DEC :EIt. First Florida.publication on December

all-cotton simulated leather fab- ))etendant.NOTICH 17th. 1964.Dec. .
turned home from a holiday vis 17-24-31 A Jan. T. 198J-4tc
James ric the market? OP MI IT
now on
it in Orlando with her son and and M Flatauer, IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF IN TUB
COUNTY..IVDGE'" COURT.
An Italian textile technician
daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roch, of Atlanta TO: APRIL FLORIDA ILKEN AGUE DECKER IN AND FOil PL.AGl.ICK COIN-
"made mistake" and TV FLORIDA.
Jerry Hosford, and family. were guests of Mrs. Rosely a came up Vienna, Ohio In re:
with the new fabric. It was discovered YOU ARE HEREBY required to Estate of
I Cameron Saturday. Also visiting file with the Clerk of this Court; 1 JOHN SZARAMADeceased
when a silicone finish your Answer to the Bill of Complaint .
Mr. and Mrs. Vllolce Hauler- with her were Mrs. Joe Johnson filed herein against in
you
to the NOTICE
was applied napped sur- OF PHOIIATK
son were in Macclenny during I and children of Belverdere, N.< C. : the above entitled cause on or before TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
face of a ,cotton fabric, according February 2, 1985. A.D.. and IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE.
the Christmas week end visiting I serve a copy thereof upon Donald CEDENT:
to Miss Elizabeth Dicken-
C Jacobson, Plaintiff attorney
with his parents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnston j j son, clothing and textile special. herein whose address Is 117 Orange written You are Instrument hereby notified that a.
purporting to
I had as their guests the past few 1st Florida Extension A':' IDF"lloG Beach TRIBUNE", Florida. Is be th Last Will and Testament of
Agricultural said Decedent has been
and Mrs. Clarence Taylor days Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. J jNeu Service. ,I hereby In designated which this as order the newspaper shall' to hereby probate commanded in this Court.within admitted You six are( )

be_published_ once a week for fourI'uimecuiiTB calendar months from the date of
Miss Dickenson says the fabric NOT weeks. HEREIN FAIL. the first publication. of this notice
OR A DECREE PRO CONFKSSO
has the luxury look and feel WILL, BE ENTERED AGAINST to appear If in this Court and show
cause any you can. why the action -
of real leather. It is comfortable URE. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- or this Court In admitting said

and crease-resistant It can be The nature of this suit Is a bill Will unrevolked.to probate should not stand
for divorce.
dry-cleaned or washed by ma WITNESS my hand and seal at list Dated day at of December.Bunnell. Florida A. D. 19(4.this

chine. It is Runnel). Fiagler County Florida, First publication .
water-rcpellant and this 29th day of December. A. D. Jhn'TJl <'

"JE, 4 C' Nom tOCtG' ..: supple at temperatures from -40 1914. r. K. Judge .

to 340 degrees.You /SEAL) EMIL A. SMYTHE (COURT SEAL/0"1'
As Clerk Circuit Court OSSINSKY AND KROI. a
Fiagler County Attorneys for the Estate
can press it on the treatedor J>.e. 29 & Jan. 7.14.31-4tp 411 Main Street
Daytona Beach Florida
untreated side at a woolenor NOTICETO Jan. ,....U.U. 4tc

steam setting. WHOM IT MAT COXCEIlNl
You will take notice that L E. REQUEST FOR BID
\ A \ under the provisionsof Notice Is hereby given that the
The National Institute of Dry J; 0TU2. and 11221 Florida Board of County Commissioners of
Statutes 19(3 will at 10 o'clockPltetol.tthedaJo1h Fiagler County. Florida will receive .
Cleaning that it shrinks
reports on February iMf, sealed bids until the net day
very little, less than 3 per cent. OF COUNTY of January 19(5. at the hour of
COMMISSIONERS OF FLAULKR I 00 P. M.. In the office of the Clerk
I It bleeds some, in dry cleaningor COUNTY. FLORIDA, at Us meet of the Circuit Court In the Fiagler
washing. More in launder ing room In the County CourtHouse County Courthouse BunnelL Florida -
In Bunnell. vacate for the following:
ing. the lnorI3txs1 One New (full *4 cubic
Plats: yard shovel rated) heavy-
It Is Imported from West Germany 1. A Plat of First Subdivisionof duty crawler mounted
: Flag ler Park a Subdivision of Dragline, equipped with 4S
Belgium, Spain, and part, of Lots 1, 2 and I, Section foot boom and fully revolving
Italy. 'I \ of 8WU of Section ,. type Falrlead Overall
Townehfp 12 South'Range 11 East length of crawler tracks to ,
i was filed In the Office of the Clerk be not less than 12 feet <
of the Circuit Court for Fiagler inches with 21 Inch track;
A fishing or duck hunting boat Florida shoes; total weight of machine .
.,0UJt.p [a2oc tLplost bYcJttd powered by a 10 H.P. motor or record In the Vlol'h!: :d.ar of less bucket,. with
Fla County. Florida, In' Plat Standard counterweight.
smaller need not be registered ffet page 13, shall not be less than 41-
2. A Plat of Thompson .. 000 Ibr. and bidder shall
'RAAlL' tbtuq l Stdu In Florida. Pleasure boats powered i. subdivision of Tract 2. Bloc C. specify amount of counter.weight .

by machinery of more than Section 9. Township 12 South. to be furnished
Range 11 East was filed In the Dragline to be equipped
10 U.P. must be registered by orflce of the Clerk of the Circuit : with fully enclosed cab
Court for Fiagler County. Florida. with shatterproof glass:
.. your county tax collector. I I (date not given) and recorded In Engine to be diesel en.
....' .. flat Book 1. rage..51_ ;of the .Public .I .. Engine ranging from
,;I ,, Records of 'Ziegler Counts, Flor- 200 to IIS cubic Inch piston .
r. t, :. ,: ., :' \ '' displacement will be
: ida.ALL INTERESTED PARTIES considered but Indication
I ..= are an
,,; .. \ asked to appear and be heard at of the horsepower developed .
It ftlt'j-; .4 1. j'l.i1l. tl the time and place above specified. must bo given. Engine -
: DATED: 112914S to be equipped with

l ..,.,.. .... .. .. / I* E. WAD8WORTHL. direct electric starting and
1I'L '
.,tf'. .f \ / I I:. WADSWORTII automatic safety cut-off
Price to be for above drag
OWNER AND PETITIONER
r ':
v.Jti. line without bucket. F. O.
". I I Dec. 21. 19f & Jan. 714. 1945-Jtc
". _'I' 1'1" ., 'tIJ .' .. ... < II Bunnell. Florida stat
... IN TIIK CO!'*TY Jl'IM2K** (COURT ing approximate delivery
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:wr'2'' dale. Prices
: -. IN Al suit KL.AUI.Kll COIN- should also be .
I : t.. \ with and without
trade-in
'7 -U', W'O ...>- '.. TU KLOIUUA
't. I'. '" t' il\1' 'f' ii" 't IN RE- allowance on Model 2>
rw : .. Northwest Dragline.
Estate of
.. "
't."i ( ( J m,1s to be
'i-4 ,: JOHN SZARAMA, plainly m.rk."DId

rt.r .. :\ < \1.;: : : vL \ ) ,\ .!I' ;1fnj Deceased.WOTirM on .Dragline"The Board on reserve outside the of .right.n.JOH' ..-
TO CHKOITimTO
\ to reject any and all bids
I AI I. CREDITORS AND ALL Dated at Florida
Runnell. this
'.
: ..1' PI:HUOVH HAVING CLAIMS OR Ith < January1919.
;of' ; DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE lC fiGil B. WICK LINE. Chair.

: I 1'0I .. You and t each of you are hereby ml..loner.man Hoard of County Com-
.I f notified an required to present :A TT1". :
\i :: Apply Diazinon for 3 any claims and demands which you. K. A. 8MYTHE. Clerk
,. or cither of you. may have againstthe Jan. T-ll-tte.
:
estate of JOHN SZARAMA. deceased

late of Fiagler County IN THH CIRCUIT COCetT. SEVP.NTII
'; ':,sure control of wireworms Florida, to the Honorable T K. JIDHIAI. ('met'IT. INANI -
potato MCKNIGHT, County.J:1unF1 theCounty rOil PIUfitPR COUNTY
ler
lourttou. pi.nniut. rtitiiKnr NO. 4MI
.
In Bunnell.Fiagler .
JOSEPH F

'a and other vegetable insects. months County from the Florida date of withinsix the DAVISPlaintiff..

:, first publication I hereof. All claims EULA MAK'DAVIS.
I and demands not presented withinthe JJet."dant.
: time and I In the manner prescribed TO: KULA MAR nAvIS
herein shall be barred as 714 Cedar Creek Road
\ provided I by law. Fayettevllle\ North Carolina\
'I r,', Dated this 10th' day of December You are herebY notified that a
r t "!-, A. 1). 1.... ( omplalnt for Divorce has been
MARY SZARAMAAs filed against you and you arc required
) ... ... Executor of the Last .
to
t .11': ,_ ....... serve a copy of your Answer
j _.- Will and Testament of or to the 'Complaint
.fm "; ... ,. JOHN SZARAMA. de on the Plaintiffs Attorney. W. I*
I.I\ ceased.OS8IN8KT Wadsworth
,, t AND KllOL P. O. Box $91
411 Main StreetDaytona HunnelL Florida
iii' I it>; Beach Florida and fJ* the ANSWER er
Attorneys for the. Estate.Jan. PLEADING: In L".alo of the
1 ,....n.n ..ee.I Clerk of -he Circuit Court on or

; You can prevent costly darpage major insect pests of Florida vegetable ; TIIK COURT or TUB COUNTYJL'IHaE. before 1141. the 2Sth day of January.If .
IH A:*!) Volt FLAOLRR you fall to do so. Judgment
from soil Insects like potato wire., crops. COI'NTY FLORIDA. I* PIUV by default will b* taken against

and by So higher quality yields of HATH. you for the relief demanded 'D the
worms, cutworms maggots grow In re: Estate of Com I.lnt.
control with potatoes and othervegetabte crops nOT A" A. WOOD. PONE AND ORDERED at BIIII.n. .
following a program .
.ceased.To l J"lortct. this ID day of **.
Diazinon0 AG500 Insecticide. by making broadcast application of All Creditors and Persons K.fmi A.>er.kUTTHB ifti

All you need do is make a pre- Diazinon,. before you plant, for Said having Estate Claims or Demands Against Oerk Circuit Court

plantsprayapplicationof. complete soil insect control. Then, You and each of you are hereby (Circuit r Stagier County Florida
notified and required to present 1.ltaU.
Then mix It thoroughly Into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays during any claims and demands which By Harvey
\ k you or either of you have n.c. U.21 Jaa t jfeCl.rtCII
few Inches of soil. Regardless of the season to control foliage In- a-alnit the estate of oVA A.

the stage of growth of the wiresects.. You'll profit from an insect County WOOD, to deceased the County late Judge of said of

the control that's hard to beat.power" Fiagler County. Florida, at his office
worms, Diazinon has "staying program In the court house of saM r.9Itr tfrtbnnrBCN1BLL.

to control these Insects.. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, County sit calendar at Bunnell.months Florida from the within time

Diazinon is particularly valuable Division of Geigy Chemical Cor of the Bret publication of this BO>- : FLORIDA
tloe. Two copies of each claim ordemand
because It controls even those inporation,Ardsley, New York. shall be in wrttlasr. and MRS K. D. FCLLKR. Editor
shall state the place) of residenceand
,"sects that have become resistant tot post office addree of claimant,
GeigyCUATOtJ and shall be sows to by the claimant Delge>a.e4 .ewet..e. for .11
:';., other Insecticides. his agent er his attorney and Legal Ae>etUU
.. M OOeCMl KM UOMt*ACM.IAIVW .. accompanied a filing *
the insecticide
In fact, Diazinon is only dollar and such claim teedofmaeud

04 you need to fight most ,, ', Diazinon not so filed shall be void Entered as second rinse matter
Vernon A. Raymond Febnlal'J' I. 1911 .t the poet.Aet .
Kenneth W. RaymondAs enderf
KiecMtors of the Last Will ; D"lnrIda.
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: and Testament II ROTAL A.
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Shows Rocks coming a citizen. Scientists at Marineland have In 1899 the USS New York and I[ first Navy ships to use Mar
Hunt Final recommendation for ad. I observed the spiny box fish, the USS Machausetts were the coni's wireless telegraph. I
mission to the course Is made covered with short prickly --
At SC Club MeetThere by the Admission Committee. I spines, blowing up like a ball I -
were 43 members of the For further Information. about when attacked. If under water,
Flagler Senior Citizens Club the program, call Mrs. Barbara I he will blow up with water; If CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
present to hear H. R. Hupt, a Jones, Director of Instruction, at out of water, he will blow up
tf self.styled "amateur rock 824.2811 or write to Box 450, St. with air.Tourists. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
I who before the Augustine, Florida.
hound, spoke JOHN CAPO Associate
group at the Club's regular visiting Florida '
meeting 'Tuesday evening, Jan. The Bun n t t I Elementary ing 1963 listed the dur"I') AIR LADY OXYGEN
5, at the Woman's Club build. School has over 50 entries In the beaches and swimming as the} CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Ing In. Flagler Beach. Thirty-Sixth Annual Pennrnan- top experiences they most en ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
Hunt, a retired telephone com ship, Spelling and Art Contest Joyed during their stay.
,pany worker from Cincinnati, sponsored by the National Boardof I Phone ID 7-3532 -
I Ohio, showed a collection of Examiners, Kissimmee, Flor Subscribe tor The Flogler im>ua.
I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA,
rocks gathered from such far ida. I $150 A Tear IP Advance
away places as Africa, India and -
Brazil and from places nearer
home Including Canada and .
western and eastern parts of ,the

United and States.He Mrs.. Hunt usually Discover the difference in the

spend their summers hunting for
rocks and this coming June will .
head for Wyoming where they 65ChevrolelsrkclilJerelllrom other cars
will stay for some time and also
b meeet with other hobbyists as they are from each oilier)
having similar Interests. HuntIs
a lapidary and silversmith
and Included in his display for
the senior citizens were a number t
of pieces of Jewelry whichhe
had fashioned from rocks
and mounted In appropriate. gold
and silver settings.
Hunt has been a resident of
Flagler Beach ,for eight years
and a winter visitor before that,
.1 i dating back to 1927. His wifeIs
also a "rock hound" althoughshe
leaves the cutting and polishing
of stones up to her hus
band. built.Clanrold Impala spore coxes
The next meeting of the Flag. CIIEVROLET-As roomy a car as Chevrolet's ever

ler Senior Citizens Club will be When you take in everything, there's more room inside moved forward to'give you more loot room. So, besides
Tuesday, January 19. this car than in any Chevrolet as far back as they go. It's the way a '65 Chevrolet looks and rides, we now have
wider this year and the attractively curved windows help one more reason to ask you: What do you get by paying
St. Johns County to give you more shoulder room. The engine's been more for a can-except bigger monthly payments

Practical Nursing

Program To Open
Continued From Page 1

born care, care of children,
emergency nursing, diet therapy,
and central supply services.'
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There Is no tuition charge to
residents of Florida. Books, uniforms
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equipment, registrationand "
laboratory fees cost approximately .
$85. Upon satisfactory : ,
completion of the course, a certificate ...=;- .
is awarded and graduates
'are eligible to take the ..-" .., ...
Florida State Board of Nursing Corroir Corta Sport Coxp
t, examination to qualify as a Licensed CORWilR-The only rear engine American car made.
Practical Nurse.
I Entrance requirements are: You should read what the automotive magazines say can touch its styling. They say if you haven't driven a
Must be at least 17 years of age about the '65 Corvair. They're wild about its ride. They new Corvair Coma: with a 180-hp'Sax Turbo-Chaaaargtd!
on admission. Birth certificate think there's nothing! else this side,of the Atlantic that you just don't know what you're missing.

cepted.required. Male students are ac Drive, something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's

Education: Completion of the .' Chevrolet Chevclle Clieiyll* Coimir Corvette '

10th grade or the equivalent as _),:_;._ .n .._...._._...__..._..___...__.._._.....__.____. .....
determined by an equivalencytest. .. "
Transcript of high school 09-1083
record required.
Personal: Preadmission dental: -TUMtIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
and physical examination. Be a
citizen of the United States or TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA:.
legally declared intention of be
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