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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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. 7 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR :

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',4 Miss Bunnell I BUNNELL HOST TO I Senior Class PARSONAGE PROPERTY City Commission

r' LEAGUE OF SMALLMUNCIPALITIES PRESENTED TO LOCAL I Ii
Contest Set I Visit To '
Pays HOLINESS CHURCH Acting List;
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r This Saturday The City of Bunnell will be Junior CollegeThe I The Georgia Pacific Invest.I 33 Kl JtriilH. ed

host to the meeting of the i ment Company of Augusta Ga., M|I
The "Miss Bunnell j I League of Small Municipalities Senior Class of Bunnell t I has given the house and lot ad. The Bunnell.(4 son

test will be held I!!! tonight at the City Hall. A but. High School paid its annual I Joining the Pentecostal Holiness selected poll holder d off

in the school gym at 8 j I fet supper will be served. visit to the Daytona Beach Junior 1 Church of Bunnell to the church. !>f! for the March 2nd elect balm I

Following the contest a I College and Vocational The house Is a three bedroom Rodgers will serve as
will be held at the f.f The league Is composed of School recently.The I shell house which was never'. Pollholders are Geneva Rodgers,
the cities of Flagler Beach, Bun
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Civic Center. i | completed on the inside. 1 Bea White Naomi Hosford, and
r school
; nell Lake Helen, Orange City, group went on a
, ,The Trespassers from I and Pierson. H. V. Peavy of the I bus, arriving at the college at I Members of the church are I I I Amorette Wells.
gustlne will play for the Bunnell city commission Is presIdent 9.20 A. M. George Barton, Hal planning; to move the house I They also purged the voting

'tK Everyone Is Invited to I of the league this year. Massey and Wlllard Field I from the east side of the church I II' I list by dropping 33 names who
; both the contest and the have moved away or are de-
h
greeted the group and told of
to the west side. They will come I
There are 23 I CementFor I the plans for the morning. I'plete the house and it will be I ceased. They are:
I year. The contestants City Buys 1 I I I Mr and Mrs. Phillip Barker,
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sponsors are: The first activity was a short used as the church parsonage.The Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ford Sally

! Brenda Aaron Flagler Street PavingsThe I orientation program followed bya church is located one I I Dlssendorff Clifford and Lois

I Garden Club; Elizabeth visit to the college library. block off Deen Road. j; Higgtnbotham Mr. and Mrs. F. I
I Bunnell High School City Commission acceptS I who did not plan to 1W.I Lawton, Bob Pelllcer, Edward 'I

I Class; Ida Allen ed the bid of Lehigh Portland attend college spent the rest of 'I and Peggy BleleJeskI, .j
BandConcert
Bunnell
School Library Club; Cement Co. here for 1250 bags the morning visiting various departments I I I Georgia Revels, Bea Walters, I It

Blakely Country Club; i of cement at a price of $3.75 In of the vocational- !iJ.,t R. Walters, Spencer White,

Lynn Bourne Future bulk or $4,23 In bags with a technical division of the college Today Berlee Champion, Emmltt Cham

r. makers of America; 20 percent discount. The cement under the oversight of Hal Massey I pion, Riley King. Eo 1.. Bell Carl
tins, Flagler Beach Fire Is to be used to prepare five director. The remainder of Two bands composed of School students Ehlenbach, Clifford and Gwen

ment Cynthia Cobb, blocks for soil-cement paving. : the group spent two class pert. from Bunnell High McGrlff John and Sally McKenzie -
Blab School Spanish : ods visiting college classes and and the elementary schools of I I : Ruth and Clarence Parrlsh,
b They discussed hiring of a supervisor Flagler Beach and Bunnell win
)ores Deen Future observing college educational 1 and Nina Vinson.
I sodatlon for the softball leagues process. present a Concert on Thursday Those deceased were: Mary

t Heidi EIsenbach; but took ho action. Authorized evening, February 18, 1963, at 8 Miller, Dewey MoOdy, W. C Sul11 j
t Professional Woman's the clerk to advertise for gasoline After the second class periodall o'clock at Flagler gymnasium in van, Henry Zeller and Jessie I
grease and oil. Also authorized students met at the school Bunnell.
Kathy Emery, Bunnell the clerk to order the cafeteria and had lunch with The first of the program features I Muzyka.

Parents' Association j lined drapes for the office win. college faculty members and the "Little Band" In three I

Fleurle, Flagler dows. The bid was, $85.70.: students. selections. Following the Senior Mosquito Board
Isabel Green Land High School Band plays Us Contest .
Fashions; Sherry The clerk was Instructed to The group left for home at 1 music, which it will present Meets At Park }
nell Lions Club; Vicky write to the Florida East Coast P.M. with a great deal more for adjutlcatlon at the District

;! The Idlewood Club; Railway regarding gate at the knowledge and appreciation for Band Contest to be held in At a meeting with Washington .

I Lovell, Veterans of Deen Road crossing and at Court the opportunities for higher education Jackonville early In March. Oaks State Park officials on

Wars Auxiliary; Susan Street. available to Flagler Include: I Tuesday morning, a control pro- -a!
Other numbers
,s lan, Bunnell TrI HI Y ; They also completed plans for county youth at the Junior col. Streets of Athens," by John gram was mapped out to all. '

.:, Brenda Murray, T ft T the league meeting Thursday lege- Cacava and "Best Loved .South vlate the situation created by ,
Mary Pache Bunnll" night. Jennie' Black II to"pre' .' Melodies" written by AalHayes. the last hurricane (Dora) which (
i Company; Janet pare decorations'for 'the*table FiRST METHODIST em caused ocean waves to break

Black's Flower Shop; and Norma Turner is to prepare over the barrier, filling low *

Seale, Bunnell High the meal. CHURCH NEWS I areas with water. This provide.

Sophomore Class: elf Rev Howard R. Porter) Mrs. Z. G. Holland breeding areas for millions of .:

SUnlsh, Camp and Co.; 10)t: SUSAN BRANNAM I Chaplains Sunday Observancewill i mosquitoes In this captive wa

Tucker Bunnell High i ON DEANS LIST be held in our Church on Attends DistrictU. ter.The

ta Club; Kay Weaver, : Mary Susan Brannam, daugh-1 February 28. Flagler Post 115 I State Entomologists, together 'I t
Senior Citizens Club. ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bran. of the American Legion members D. C. MeetingsMrs. with the local Mosquito

.. nara Sr., of Bunnell, was the I and their families will be Control Board, have mapped out \
Senior Citizens I Deans List for the past trimes-I honored guests at the morning Zachery C. Holland Jr., a program to clean out existing

ter. She is a student at the worship hour at eleven o'clock. Is attending the several State ditches, lower two large drain ,

Hear John Florida State University in Tall. The Four Chaplain's Sunday" District Meetings of the Florida tile under the old portion of 1
I Division of the United Daughters
ahassee. commerates the anniversary of I Highway A1A, which has been I

.. Featured on the I I the occasion of the sacrifice of of the Confederacy this turned back to Flagler County, I
work in Stuart, Clearwater, De-
when the Flagler Senior POLISH SAUSAGE four service chaplains two Protestants LAnd, and Jacksonville. Mrs.Holland and the construction of approximately
Club met Tuesday one Jewish Rabbi and two miles of new ditches i
of the Flor
SUPPER DATE SET Is Treasurer will drain most of this t
ruary 16 at the one Catholic Priest who gave captive
building In Flagler FEBRUARY 27TH their lives In unselfish service. ida Division.Holland .U charter water oft. In places of low elevation
Mrs. a
I' John Seay, who Is By giving their life Jackets to this will provide for
Is
Club Ancient
The Korona Civic member of the CityChaptt'r.
with the Board of four enlisted men and after small fish to live and grow and
sponsoring another of their popular U. D,C. of St. Augus
: of the State of Florida. Joining hands in prayer went which feed on mosquito larvae
Polish Sausage Suppers on tine, which was organized February I '
before they hatch out.
Seay pointed out down with their ship. .
Conservation Is Februuary 27 at the White Eagle. 1956. In the Chapter she Mr. Lclchuk of Marlneland
Board of
Serving time will be 6:30 to 9. has served as chaplain, historian .
Acres and his
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contractor Mr.
TWO NAMES ADDED ,
tlrely separate The Club Is currently workingon vice president and was
Rollins of St.
Augustine
,
{ from the Florida TO HONOR ROLL were
the beautification of the entrance chapter president 1X3-00. )'
Fresh Water Fish The name of Candy Lovell I also at this meeting. They are
to the St. Mary's Ometery She has served on several
although some of Its should have appeared In the cooperating In every way poll'
In Korona. However they state committees and was Director
12th grade Bunnell School hon. bible with the Mosquito Control
and alms, are the "
District No. 2 Florida DI.
contribute to civic organizationsIn
r water fishing adds 430 I II the county. The Flagler or roll last week, the Bunnell vision 1900-62. During this time I Board to alleviate this mosquito ,f f
situation.
I dollars annually to School office said tod.y.Abo .
County Scholarship Foundation she helped organize the local
said, Hewett Dupont should I "
economy, Seay of which she is
Band Parents Uniform Fund the chapter an associate
mercial fishing have been In the 9th grade roll. I Lila Allen tilt
Washington Band Trip and member. At the Annual
Dy Automobile
million dollars. Convention' held In last
many others. Tampa
lie said that Florida 'EASTERN STAR Friday Afternoon "
I Members of the committee fall she was elected Treasurer ,,
miles cf shore line and said funds from the supper will TO INSTALL of the Florida Division. I Lila Allen, young daughter of '
ond only to the State of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, Jr.,
has
be used for the Cemetery' project To date Mrs. Holland I f 4
ran In this respect Seay I and other worthwhile efforts I OFFICERSBunnell found in her family's lineal I :sot East Moody Boulevard, I is

his talk with a of the community. Chapter, Order Eastern descendants three who served In 11ft the local hospital 'where she

answer period, Star, will hold Installationof the Confederate Army, one who I" receiving' treatment tor many

answers to a number LEGION WILL OBSERVE officers Friday night at 8 o*. served In the Confederate Civil I painful injuries received when

I tons put to him from BIRTHDAY AT MEETINGON clock in the Masonic Lodge Service. Also: Collateral descend she was struck Friday afternoon

f ence. Room. of ten who served In the by an automobile. The car was
Mrs. Irma Parker, MARCH 15th Betty White, Incoming Worthy Confederate Armed Service with driven by Sheriff Homer Brooks

been handling details The American Post met ton. I Matron, said the ceremony will one who served In the Confederate 'who was traveling west on ,
Nassau excursion for
day night and decided to have i be open to the public. I Refresh- CIvil Service. I Moody Boulevard
of the Senior Citizens a covered dish supper In observance { menu will be served following Other patriotic organizationsIn I Lila started to cross the street '

ported that 14 had of the 46th Anniversary I the ceremony. which she enjoys membership ,,1ft front of the family home :"

for the trip. During of the Legion on March 15. I and service are: National and ran between the sheriff ,

ning three more New member of the Legion riQZNDLY CIRCLE Society Daughters of The American ). !car and another car, both travel. J'1
and It Is
were made Initiated were; John Campbell, POSTPONES MEETING Revolution and Southern : Ing west At the time of the :(
that about 20
persons Marietta MUslnnee and Charles The Friendly Circle meeting Dame of America. : accident another car traveling .
up the contingent when Mlsslnne. scheduled for tonight (Thursday Mrs. Holland has a deep and i east and saw the accident. She

parts. Those In the The Post also decided to hold ) has been canceled due to continuing low for the study of I received a broken l leg and many 1,
asked to meet at the i
the Four Chaplain Service In the conflicting dates. genealogy and many haw benefited I bruise
Beach Municipal Methodist Church In Bunnell on The next meeting will be held from her work and delligence. .I II I 6he..Is reported as recoveringvery

(Continued on page I February 28. ,on March 18 at 8 o'clock. satisfactorily: at press time. f

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA .Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965
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All Stars G F P about what should be next to Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
B. Geller 419 the library-If ever built I don't
I SPORTS W. Pellicer 102 care if they put it next to a
C. Pellicer 000 den of lions.
NOTES .M. Strickland 10 0 2
J. Cook 204 N 't e1F t. ::, r ett dcc..t':...
By Leslie Pacha I
KINKY DINKS WIN
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OVER ALL STARS 26.17
A s," spROet.CMI
Bitty Junior Champs Rinky I Books Are My DishBy
Dinks won over the All Stars
2617. The All Stars, Jelling in Dorothy Homcms
the first, second, and third quar Except when the Blues are
;' ters. running, things are on the quiet mwt I.
; With the score tied 16.16 In ,side here. But already the new *,s X&AP..SB(.
the last quarter, the Rinky Dinks Municipal Building is ,bringing
I' outscored the All Stars 9.1 to I excitement into our lives. And
win 2617. Benny Geller had: the Flagler Woman's Club Li. llN'X
four jump shots and one free 1 brary, tour profound surprise,
; shot, good for nine points. I is having a share in all this.It .
;) Wayne Pelllcer and Charlie proves our own belief that You rsC RAT rvNy O r. r
Pelllcer team passing helped the books have a life of their own. LOOSE s t ,uSE
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scoring of team mates Geller, Also, look how many books -r,45 NEwsoao''f. .
I Mark Strickland's dribbling have been the cause of war? WKq tfo< helped in one or two tight situ Mien Kampf for example and
ations. the Bible.I Ct1. q au tfWJ Sfo'te
John Cook helped steady the had a wonderful momentof
team. Dudley Improta's eight surprise when shown a ten.
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points was top for the winners. tative sketch for a library at wo srECONOMICAII
Russell and Wayne Wetherlng- the Municipal Building by Floyd
ton's ball handling in the last Collins, and Tom Duncan, two ------ --
quarter helped to sink the All of the city commissioners.It .
Stars. would mean lots more people
flunky Dinks G F P would take out books than Insects ravaging your potato fields?
R. Wetherington 306 I they do now and besides, the
W. Wetherington 000 Woman's Club has been, patient
\, D. Improta 4 0 8 I,about this project for the town.
J. GelJer' 102 'They could use the room over
G. Carle 306 :three thousand books take up.
t\ J. McDaniel 204 And they would still supervisethe /

I running of the library. But .... t iJ
13026 everybody has a different idea

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Thursday.. Feb. 18.. 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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of nearer the cutting is taken to IX TUG CIRCUIT COURT orJ1'LAGLER J. 1
by applying one pound i
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ill f//o1 Ja COUNTY FLORIDAIN
'. Qf3 Geigy's 330 ironchelate per 1,000 the root system of the plant. CHANCERY NO. MM
LOIS TOGO Community -
; : square feet of lawn. Summer dowering bulbs readyfor J'lalntltt,
: (By lists Sharp)
I include crInums Memorial ChurchIsterd..wlaetl.aat
planting ,
.,'I(. Azaleas and camellias need a I JOHN J. T000, \
I Most plants are as modest as I cannas, dahlias and agapanthus.
good shot of fertilizer as soon Detendant.
,
humans The first thing plantsdo Annual flowers which be
may NOTICR TO DKFKNDTUB
is it safe AID CONDITIONED
as blooming over. Play ,
when they awake In the planted now Include aster, balsam STATE OF FLORIDA. TO;
,J and get one of the many special : JOHN J. TOGO Dayton AT*.
spring Is to cover their limbs begonia, blue lace-flower, 713 Broadway
azalear-camellla fertilizers:
Newark New JerieyYou
FLAGLER BEACH
with leaves. celosia, chrysanthemum marigold
on the market. After feedings are hereby notified that a
: Dogwood, redbud, peaches and add I' morning glory rose-moss, suit ha been filed aalnt you In Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
these acid-loving plants, the above entitled cauie; and you
plums and a few others are ex. I another layer of leaf mulch nasturtium, strawflower sun. are hereby required ktooflbr.O'b"o answer Church Service 11:00 A.M.

t ceptlons. They prefer to put on around these plants. I flower, tlthonla, verbena and and to with. rve the a copy thereof upon t. R W. DICKKRT P *UrRVBRYOlfH
a show of color before dressing. I the wishbone flower. the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, WELCOMR
Roses will need an application I I whose name ana addreai U:
Most of the annuals can be SAMUEL V. HOLCH
Regardless of 'how plants be- of nutrients during their seeded directly Into the garden. 110 N. Third Street

\, gin spring growth, you will find first' flush of bloom. The size Sow the seed thinly in shallow not later Palatka.than March Florida U, A.n. IMS.

," ,., \ them hungry! after a long win of bush and soil Is a factor. But trenches. A baking power can confewo It you fall will to be do entered.o. decree a.aln.t pro GULF LIFE INSURANCECO.

ters! sleep Therefore, plan to when doubt, apply two ouncesof with holes punched in the bottom you for the relief demanded In the .

give all ornamentals, an application *an 8-8.8 fertilizer to each rose- I and a three foot stick attached bill aid of suit complaint.being for The dlrorc nature. of LEE B. MERCER AgentP.
of fertilizer to them bush. handle WITNESS my hand and teal of
carry for a serves wellas aid Court this Ith day of Febru O. Box 518, Bunnell
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through their first spring growth. u daylilies don't get their a seed shaker. This home (Official A. D. IMS. Phone 4373460
, Lawns will need at least 20 early spring meal and a ground made seeding gadget takes the Clerk Real) of K.aid A. Circuit flMYTHR Court

to 30 pounds of a balanced plant cover of mulch, they not only I back-aching stoop out of seed By Julia It Deputy Cleric

food per 1,000 square feet to will be slow to flower but will ".be ai.ii.il eta far 4-Uo MILLERELECTRONICS

form a carpet of green. make only a lazy effort to set ing.Next, cover the seeds lightly I

If rye grass is on Its way out, color. with firmed soil. Cover the HASTINGS

then mow and rake it out of ,After feedings all the plants,I planting, if possible with wet MATTRESS 17d' Ocean Short Bird.

the permanent grass. Remember I} then consider making cuttings : burlap or other material, to &: UPHOLSTRY WORKS

drying March winds will ,. of poinsettia, ixora, llgustrum hold in the moisture and to prevent 710-12 Lemon St. REPAIRS ON TV'S

cause grass 4o burn, so sparing azalea, croton and viburnum. ; seeds from washing. Be Palatka, Florida WASHERS

\ the water hose will spoil the Place cutting beds in c shady i sure to remove the covering before Phone EA 3-9166

grass. I I spot, or furnish shade for the the plants emerge.If FurnltuUpholstering DRYERS

If your ulcers get fidgety because project. Cuttings of many types you want to keep annuals Mattresses ItopoirM && Box Htflalsh Springs Call Collect 672-0377

of the lawn is not as I I of ornamentals form heavy root blooming for another month Mode to Order.Also Renovated I

green as you think it should be, systems most quickly in mix. keep the flowers picked. If Call Laura Morris 4373233 ALL WORK GUARANTEED

\ quit worrying-most likely the tures that contain 'add peat. plants go to seed, the blossom. Alter 6iOO P. M.

soil temperature is out of kilter Experience is the best teacherto Ing period will be cut short. PRICES REASONABLE. l.V TIIH COl: 'HT OK TIIH ItlUNTYJHIK.K.

at that spot and there is tempo : determine the best rooting BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED, KI.OIIIIIA.. KI.AUI.Kll ITU MIOUATH.COUNTY.,

rary shortage of Iron. To save medium to use for different Just as near as your In Ht tieUt: of
you from worrying overtime plants. When choosing cuttings Subscribe for Th Florin filbumS2 Phone or Post OfficeI' (rover Cleveland Layton
I Drop Us A Card Call JfoC'eal.d
about the pale grass, you can remember, everything being 0 A Tear !r Advance Free Pickup & Delivery or To All Creditor and !'arson.Lavin .
bring, green color_back quickly :|equal, rooting ease Increases the : )$aid state Claim= or Demand AcalnttYou .
and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present
any claim and demand which
you or either of may have
against the estate ; li'rove Oleve*
land Layton, deceased. Late of said
County, County Judf* of
riacler Juntt Florida; at his of*
; fire In the court house uf aldCounty
at Florida, within
RIVERSIDE FURNITURE CO. sit calendar month from the tint
of the first publication of this no \
tic*. Two copies of each claim or
demand ehall b* In writing, and
hall state the place of residenceand
ofllc addrei of the claIm.
poet <<
BUNNELL FLORIDA COMPLETE AND FINAL ant and hall b* sworn to by theclaimant.
( his aic nt. his attorneyand
accompanied by ft Ming tee of
one dollar and such claim or de.
mand not no filed shall b* void

A.fUella Adlnlitrator Layton. of ,the Kitat

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS of (rover. Cleveland Layton, *
l>*ce* ed.
First' publication January II. ItUJ.n
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EACH C30 P.M.SACRIFICE. I I EACH NIGHT WILLIAM IHMKI M. KDWAIinR.I'lalnllff.

AT 7 AT 7:30 P.M. KAY YNLTUN rcu\VAIW",.
IlefendantIiSOTlr'I3 .
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FOR CASH AT PUBLIC I 'c/o Kay Pleasant. it.Yelton K, MtretHplndal Yelton Kdward \

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You are hereby notln#.t that *
suit has been filed In
w Q the above entitled ..:.. nl"al.'U you I
are hereby required to rlhr.o'b" an. I
wer with the Clerk t,
toN and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
whose name ami addreee I 1.1
II. T Conk
;..co (11t1 Hank Ituldlnf
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not later glen February IT. A. D.
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c/. oon'..*.. will b* entered ayralnet
w you fur the relief demanded nib.
bill of complaint.
The nature of laid _ult belncWITNKMH
for ..''vo,....
my hand an seal of
aid. Court this It'h day of Jnu
cry -A. 11, 151.
oMclal Nee|l K. A, HMYTlina
<1rk of eaM Circuit Court'
Hy Julia It Harvey I

II A .....Deputy. <.11.1a-CirkJan. 4t.

STARTS FIIIAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 19, AT 7:30: P. M. .UCUITIIR NOT"; : or Y/LK/'Ilol'e IKTMHITIOir NAN10 TO j

In compliant' with lloue Illll
No. 11 fl. Chapter fe,$*. lAw ofriorlda. "

Aid Ciitimws With Audit Each Night ((7:30. ..) Until Sold lh'. undersigned(' *. Acts uf b.will 1)41 Oftull'.a*I..r amndd.Ih Court with'In.. ''

and for"rT.J County, flor4! .

Balance Stock Of Our Bunnell Store and Surplus Stock of Our of oils upon this name r. notice; l
Flails ........ rforlda. under which ,

Daytona Beach Store (To Be Sold! At Auction In A Hurry) liar w*> .will:.r.I.: engatta: In..this and only business that preon In of*

Interested In said bu.ln.*..
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME MILES TO THIS 'AUCTION SALE-BRING YOUR CASH. Klh haled. day at of "January..."..II. riorlda A. U. Itle.title

YOUR WAGON OR TRUCK-COME MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS --- THERE WILL BE William.4 T.K lhrphlr HhropahlroUildr .

CHAIRS FOR YOUR COMFORT AND BARGAINS FOR ALL-COME GET YOURS I Jan. II rb I.l.i5-It.


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Lure GourmetsThe Protects Eyes I also good provide general some lighting.general Lamps light- I t

I Ing. Call On Us
world' gourmets of fine Safeguara your priceless eyes I
foods can no longer enjoy an with good lighting, advises Ray Pettis says that proper local
exclusive garden delicacy thanks Pettis, associate agricultural en. lighting is needed as close-

\ to a new kind of wrapping. gineer, with the Florida Agricultural work areas, but the rest of the I
Extension Service. room should never be left dark.
With the help of researchersof Too much contrast of light and '
the Florida Agricultural Experiment What Is good lighting Lackof
dark requires the eyes to work
Stations, the general glare and contrasts and dif When ,
overtime to adjust to different .
public can now enjoy an exquisite fused light all add up to good intensities.All '
vegetable dish at the .lighting, Pettis points out. 'f ,,! ;:.,;, H: .\

peak of its perfection. To light your home adquately, bUlbs should be shaded. ', \
a make use of both general and Bare bulbs ,can be injurious to
Is this new taste treat an exotic local lighting. Lamps will the eyes. To get full wattage

rJ. J.. fruit "No, It's the lowly ish local lighting. Use furn.1 I from your bulbs, be sure to keep
"Pole Bean. reading, sewing, and all them free of dust. You Need

,. The pole bean Is an elongated work.
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to 12 beans and is about 10 throughout the room is considered JUDGE FLORIDA, KLAGLEH IN ritOIIATE.COUNTY,

r' Inches long.According. ,good general lighting. Over. In re: Estate of
JOSEPH CHARLES WALKER.
". '. to Dr. B. D. Thompson Deceased '
: associate, horticulturist of I To All Creditor and Persona
Havlnir Claim or Demand Against
y' the experiment stations "Some 45 degrees must be maintainedfrom I Said Estate:
uninformed people have con. the time the beans are hare notified You and and each required of you to present are hereby any G.OOD'Printing

sidered the pole bean some sort vested ,until customer sale.. claims and demand which you, or
either of you may have againstthe
of over size bush bean, actuallythe "Now because of grower In. estate of Joseph. Charles Walk
flavor is so much better." terest in. helping the market Im- to er. the deceased County, late Judge of said of County Flagler
age, the new pre-packaging, County Florida, at his office In
Responsible for the Interest in the court house of said County at
concept evolved. Also the creation Bunnell. Florida, within six calen
the bean is new pack. dar months from the
pole a of a marketing agency operating time of the
)
first publication of this notice
aging technique. Thompson through the Florida Two copies of each claim or demand
added that polyvinyl chloride, shall be In writing and shall
Fruit and Vegetable Associationhas ,
state the pUce of residence and
polystryrene. and polypropylenewere contributed considerably to post office address of the claimant,
and shall be sworn to by the
all successfully used as the amount of new prominence claimant, his I agent, or his I attorneyand
shrink wraps-resulting In a reduced accompanied by a filing fee of
enjoyed by the pole bean.
one dollar and such claim or demand -
weight loss, fresher, crisper Once people become acquainted not so filed shall be void.
Daisy Reddick Walker
and more attractive beans with the pole bean, they remain As Administrator of the Estate
and a nicer greener color for life-long customers," he I of Joseph Charles Walker.deceased.
the beans. 'added with a smile First publication February 11. 1(68
7' Feb. 11.1J.25 & Mar 4-4tc
The new packaging also has --- -
r\ eye appeal,- It Is- orderly and OFFICE FORMS ;
F otters directions and recipes for I ,

preparation of the beans. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

t; Packaging is accomplished at ENVELOPESINVOICES
.-." the 'farm level. Defective beans H. C8AIG. Ftmtrol Director

were eliminated and the pack JOHN CAPO. Associate
age gets careful handling to Injure .
a safe arrival at the food AIR I OXYGEN
market. CONDITIONED LADY
I EQUIPPED
I Another Important control factor CHAPEL I TrErDAHrUIBULANCES LETTER HEADS
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\ ity pole, ,beans 'to the average' Phone ID 7-3532 :
consumed Is temperature control. I BUSINESS CARDS
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; can provide: control with Diazinon. Order

I 'n; Diazinon simplifies your spray dependable Diazinon SOW wet-

.. program. It reduces the need to table powder, or Diazinon AC500 Dial 4373282.

r, use several different Insecticides. emulsifiable concentrate, from

'., ,; You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today.

'J Diazinon. So you save time and Celgy Agricultural Chemicals,

money. Division of Geigy Chemical Corporation .
: You kill Insects quickly with Ardsley, New York. .. r '\:

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BtuuteU chif* I THE BOOK NOOK I IJEXIUM


School fteurt ISLAND I WE GIVE Quantity Rights

LIBRARY CLUB By Madeline Grattan ME T T S Reserved***

Jexium Island is too small to TOP
The Library Club was very Prices Good
be found on a map in any atlas,
pleased to receive a large se it Is Just a tiny pinpoint somewhere Thur8; Fri., Sat.,
lection of paper back books anda off the coast of Newfound. VALUE SUPER MARKETT Mon.
valuable set of Berl Ives folk Feb. 18 19,20,22
[ land, but when Seige landed *
music as a gift from Mr. and
there at the end of a strange STAMPS
Mrs. Tom Lenssen last week. 103 S. Railroad SL
voyage In search of his foster 7-3201
We are Indeed very grateful to sister who had disappeared from

the Lenssens for this very worthwhile their home In France, he founda
gift We now feel as U complete little world as self WHOLE or HALVES

our trip to the Rotary Club contained as if it were on an.

brought some good after all. other planet FRYERQUARTERS '

Recently the membershipcards Selge enters this world of 29'

to the Florida Library As. work where all the children
soclatlon arrived and we can gather material for a person .

now honestly say that we are whom they have not seen.

official members. Although some To find out more about the \ Family Cut-Up ( Pan Ready) 5 Ib. Bag $1.59End
members are receiving their book and what happened come

fourth cards and others are Just to the library and get It.
Cut 3 Ibs for Center Rib
receiving their first everyone Is Jack Wetherlngton,

just The as Library proud as Club the.has others.votedto Senior Library Assistant. PORK CHOPS T PORK CHOPS Ib 69'

In the Miss
Ida Allen
sponsor Diamonds are Dangerous is a
Bunnell High Contest and we true story about the work of I Small Meaty World's Best

are sure we stand a very good Capt. J. II. des Pless Is. Capt. GROUND $ 17
chance* du Plessls wrote this book after SPARE RIBS Ib 49 BEEF 3 -
We wish to again thank Mr. his retirement from International *
and Mrs. Lenssen for their won
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derful gift. Security Organization.The Cop eland's ((5 to 8 Ib Avg.) (Limited Quantity)
book Is based on his most

Jack Senior Wetherlngton.Reporter. exciting Africa. experiences in South FRESH PORK HAMS 16 55

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Du Plessis Is assigned to find

CLASSIFIEDADS the leader of a gigantic illegal FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE)

diamond organization in South CHUCK ....:.. tb 55c ROUND .........Ib 89c
Africa. The ring buys all the STEAKS
diamonds mostly stolen in the FAMILY..... tb 59c CUBE..?....... Ib 89c

country. This way they control

Listings under this heading aceS the market. With the money
: cents a word each Inm1lon.i they make they use It for Com. Hershey't
75 cents 1s tho minimum charge munlst subversion and revolu
Limit '
with
SALE-Electric 200 Amp Portable tlonary conflicts.By purchase(1)of 5 I Ib .

Welder air cooled 800 Lr buying up many diamonds SUGAR $5.00 or more 070

safe. ID 73664. 2.18.2tp from others he manages, to find food order / BagWilson
out the people in back of the
SALE 2 door Plymouth ring. The leaders find out who I
sedan "Concord." new rubber. he is and this means trouble I Shortening
Charles II. Gray Lake Dlston, for him. _

Fla. 2.11-2tp. To find out what the exciting 3lb
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Is
COX UPHOLSTERY. Highway II conclusion come AKE-RITE J
this book.
Bunnell. Fla. For information brary and read Tin i

Phone 4373673. Will upholster Mike Church
and refinish. 2ll4tp Library Assistant Limit (1) of your choice with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

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PER MONTH.. Assume re
S&OO
maining 6 payments of $6.00 on subscribe for Th* ringlet<< Tribune Folgers's (Mountain Grown)

repossessed 65 model Swing u.s3 Il Tear la Advcmc Limit (1) with '; ,t

needle' Dlal-O-Matlc. like new COFFEE purchase of 58
makes hundreds of fancy stitch $5.00 or more flTil
food order LJ
es makes automatic button. RENEW YOUR ,

holes sews on buttons blind DRIVER'S LICENSE ..1
hems monograms, embroiders 'n'
WRING YOUR
dams, patches etc. Trade ins FIRTH MONTH Thrifty FROZEN FOODS -
accepted.' Ph. Credit Mgr Day.tona
.- Scald Sweet 0 ORANGE
2556431. 2.11.2tpFOR 'I. TMK ('11W! IT cot HT 1)1YL.4Nt.Fit 10'Limit 01.
BLEACH Btl.
O rTY. If 1.<<)11 11)4 Qt
SALE-Fire Place: Wood. .. ('l1ArEItV o. seed

Call 4392214. l-23-6tc FUANK MdIVLLENi1al"urr.w.. (1)) Please JUICE 4 for 990Everfresh

FOR SALE-5 rooms and Florida ANTOINETTK McMft.I.KS.1".n4ant.
Winter Garden 10 oz. pkg. 2 for
Room garage dock on canal. 40TICK TO IIKKKNII (Big 20 Loaf)
RTATS3'U. fl/HUMA. TO)
TUB
Furnished or unfurnished. Reasonable ANTUINRTTR McMULLRN STRAWBERRIES
Low whoa. rr.Mnco, and Jjjj
down payment.
.n4 post 011I(. addr** BREAD 5T1Shurfine
monthly payments 205 N. Flag .r. unknown .
You ere b..b notlfl d that a
ler 4392382. 1-23-tf ult_ haa been "lcHI\ aaralntt you tou.eend
.L In_ above ca you (Tall Can) Farm Fresh Produce
h rby rotilr4 to fll* your an*
FURNISHED APT. for rent. Call are "
of this Court
aw r with tho Clark
Yellow
Harris Appliance, phone 437.3361 and to serve a ropy thereof upon -T CookingONIONS
MILK
tho plaintiff or plalntlffa' attorney
for Information. 1-21-tf whose name and ad4r.a I*: '
fLAY sY1.Dn4wld.n 3 lb 25TOMATOES
half ton pick > lliilldlnr
FOR SALE Ford
World
Bag(0r5100
Daytona IWarh. Sunlit. 303 Can
up. Coy Harris. 4373367. After not later than March it. A. l>. IMS
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fall to 4 41 . If
11-5-tf row U. S. No.1 SWEETPOTATOES
437-3373. ..
6 P.M. call ronfraao will bo ntr'4 .In.'
you for the .11.1 4maad In th- 8'
WANTED IRONING to do at my bill of romfilalnt. Th. nature of
..14 suit .h./inrt for Hl"orr.. 2 lbs 29'tb
home reasonable. Pick up 4 de WITNKM mr han4 and seal of
Limit 8 Please
73669. aid Court IhU JUh day of P.b.rosy ( )
livery." Phone ID A. H. lt<$.
1024-4 ( I said KUTT1IR Cello BagCARROTS
'kalef l Circuit CourtIIf BAKERY ITEMS
Julia It llarrorIHputjr

SEPTIC fields Installed TANK; snail cleaning shelL; drain Reasonable ".b. ll-SS March ....- teK.m Clerk Everfreth (ORANGE) Ea. Bag 10'

prices. Call George Ja I EST rntt Nlli5.al.d C ,
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b'''. will be r*>rlv 4 Inmr CHIFFOHCAKE39Ererfre.h
roz. ID 73410 5-1-tf 1k. >. .f the Cllr C1rk of the 1
cur of nuBixii., riorid in the Murray's Cookies (Save lOc) !
Orte "ftl.r l1ulllll"c. on or b*<
CONSTIPATED? for .::1' p. ... on th- lit day ofr'tr.t.o Ct. CINNAMON CHOCOLATE CHIP
To talel.gePromss l). 1141 : (II ((6 )

**. 4Mt.n >bMt A Hna and *...U.* oat aJlaaaUYe. sumps ln.tall..... rrrruUr II.ort.k gas (014 a> t
harry to t.n* somber shall b* II.or morel ROLLS 2- 25TWIRLS tb Bag 29FREE
PHARMACT U" numb.rshall
MOODTS high' teat CMo
BAUPtJ! .r b. t7 or _,.,. XIWe mad
rRXB:
4 for. UbteU g..reu.for ".. Or.r I.""N! (Ileary Mirpnon Duty roar M lubricant w.lgbt! lit and multl..h.*.
old sash 7.u._ .U lubricantAll
...- prlrt shall K. Arm for th.
4nratl .f Ih* ronlrort ported.Carh 50 FREE 50 FREE
"JOHNSTON'SFLACLEX kM shall b. addr.se.d to
H.. Olr (>*sm/.ien.r.. P.O. Rot
BEACH REALTY CO. T". |luiin IL norMi. TK City MIXING BOWL TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

LOTS' HOMES OCEAN: FRONT: ComnilMlAfMri"lrt any anal r..rr.all bl<*the a and rlctit.!to- With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

WATER FRONT FARMS to mrit accent will th be. hid for the thats h/..,It lnr* f d-*>.t 3 Duncan Hints Qt. Jar Kraft's (2) pkg. Aa.ala Brand i

ACREAGESee or the Plr..f! -or nni hand*>ii.arvd nlorMa.w1Ta1a1W ..rlldalse.i CAKE MIXES MAYONNAISECoupon ALL MEAT WIENERS .

tea for year real estate seeds :::i.III" day of rtbnury.K. Coupon Void After Void After Coupon Void After ,i
A. fit
Office: Phone HE f2342 ".".U_ fUrWr. MT.r Monday, Feb. 22 1965 Monday Feb. 22 1965 Monday Feb. 22 1965r
Residence Phone ID 73691 t /ty .11..1.. flortdaMajxr
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i Annual Open House BOY SCOUTS TO HAVE r

I I Sunday Honored I FATHER-SON BANQUETBoy
: Sr. Scouts of Troop 495 have
George Moody, I
set next Thursday night, February
George Moody Sr. was honor 25, for their father son banquet PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
ed'at the Annual Open House It will be at 6 P.M. at FEBRUARY 18, 19, 20, 1965IT'S RESERVED
given by his family Sunday the Methodist Church and the
afternoon from three to five Woman's Society of Christian
thirty, at his home In Venice' Service will serve the banquet.
Park. Mr. Moody celebrated his I All the boys are reminded to COOKOUTADD WEATHER
86 birthday anniversary on Feb. turn their money into Rev. E.
ruary 10, Lester Stanton or Scoutmaster TO YOUR COOK-OUT PLEASURE BY USING FLAGLER FOOD STORE

The dining table was over Leonard Johnson by Sunday. STEAKS. CUT FROM U.S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY AGED FOR
laid with white cutwork cloth.
FLAVOR & TENDERNESS.U. .
Forming the centerpiece were WOMANS, CLUB
white mums and red tapers ar : The Flagler Woman's Club's
ranged In a crystal bowl. The I annual auction will be held on Choice Grade Beef Fla. Grade "A"
color scheme of red and white Friday, March 5, from 7 to 11: SIRLOIN or RIB DRESSED & DRAWNFRYERS
I
,' was carried out in the refreshments P.M. Members and friends who
". I and the decorated birth I I I have articles and baked goods I:: STEAK Ib 89 29
day cake. On the coffee serving to be auctioned are asked to Ib
table was a three branched have them at the club. house
CUT TO ORDER IF DESIRED Limit 3 PleaseU.
candle holder with red candles I the day of the auction.

: and white mums. Articles will be gladly picked S. Choice Grade Beef Wilton's Certified Tender Made
t! Greeting guests and servingwere 'I up before auction day. Call Mrs. FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAK FULLY COOKED
George and Virginia Moody, Helen Sindelar 4392360. Enter.
Leonard and Daisy Moody, Carol tainment and refreshments will 99Can
Jean Atkinson, Betty Johnson, be featured. The public Is In. Ib 79 HAMS 3 rb 2
Eula and M. B. Fuller, and Selma vited.

Patterson. U. S. Choice Grade Beef PALM RIVER
The Ladles Guild of the Com
T-BONE SLICED
METHODIST CHURCH munity Memorial Church met BEAKFAST
Church school time Is 9:45A. Thursday with Mrs. R. W. Dick-
.M. and morning worship at ert, president, presiding. STEAK 98' BACON Ib 49''
11 o'clock with Rev. R. N. Hoover "Women of the Bible" has
minister. been the theme of the devotional

About 30 people, men and .. chairman, Mrs. Albert Batten,
their wives, enjoyed a fish sup and this day she discussed how MAXWELL HOUSE YOUR FAVORITE SHORTENINGCOFFEE
: per at the church last Sunday the ladles of the churches could
t evening at the Men's Club help In the World Day of Prayer CRISCO
meeting. Rev. Reynold Hoover observance to be March 5, beginning -
i gave the program on Denomi at 10 A.M at the Com
nations. munity. Church In Flaeler Beach. 1 Lb. 0 0Can
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Can 59 311 59
All churches of the county
COMMUNITY CHURCH have been Invited and asked to
Sunday school is at,9:45 A.M. participate in the program. A OR YOUR CHOICE OR YOUR CHOICE
and worning worship Is at 11 0' nursery for that rooming has MAXWELL HOUSE CRISCO COOKING
clock with Rev. R. W.' Dickert, been planned in Fellowship Hall
K, pastor. The sermon topic Is"Per which is connected to the INSTANT Cm** OIL
fection, as to the Principle of, church, with reliable ladies to COFFEE 6 oz. Jar CT7 V 24 oz. Bottle Zge
the BelieverS Work." be on hand. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
During the business session
/ BAPTIST CHURCH future needs of the church was
f Sunday school Is at 9:45 A. M. discussed and will be acted uponat r
*, and worship hour Is at 11 o'- another time.A 303 Shurfine FRESH PRODUCE -
| clock. Dr. Lafayette Walker, letter from the Citrus Council HALVES SLICEDPEACHES
i' head of the Department of Religion of the Girl Scouts, Inc., was Fancy Washington State
at Stetson University will read showing an agreement I RED DELICIOUS
4 supply the pulpit for all services sponsorship for Brownie Troop I 3-59'
I next Sunday. Training Union is ,702. The Guild ,will sponsor I
at 6:15: and evening worshipis them another year and welcomes I APPLES '2 Ibs 35'
at 7:30. their continued use of
300 Sweet Treat
Last Monday afternoon at Fellowship Hall for their week.
i the regular GA's meeting the ly meetings being held on Wednesdays CRUSHED Fancy (Chiquita) Golden Ripe
: girls enjoyed a Valentine social. now. Mrs. Allen Reynolds
| They had heart-shaped cookies and Mrs. Donald Kaufman PINEAPPLE Each IV BANANAS10*
and punch for refreshments and are the leaders.
exchanged Valentines. Mrs. Ira Bordner, supper chair.
man, reported a good attendanceat
Large Fresh
Mrs. Sarah Sheeham Mrs. Marion the last church supper and 46 oz. Hi "C" CrispyCELERY
Blanchard, and Mr. and Mrs. plans for a ham supper for
.'1 Wooding of Flagler Beach left March 4, beginning at 6 P. M. ALL FLAVORS 2 for 29*
s Monday morning for a week In was announced. Mrs. Batten.
I I I Nassau.Mr. will be the March hostess. 'DRINKS -T

FROZEN
and Mrs.' Bradford Bowen Weekend visiting with the FOODS
have as their guest their son, V. W. Haines were Mr. and
t Wilber from Bralntree, Miss., fora Tommy Hawkins and young son, 303 Can Oak HillTOMATOES 6 oz. Sealdsweet
two weeks stay. Timothy Lee, of Fort Pierce.
M"Aurora LEMONADE 4 for 44'

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10 oz. Winter Garden

NOTICENotice I Asst'd ToiletTISSUE STRAWBERRIES *

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is hereby given that a.municipal election '
) will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on : .I25
Tuesday, the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1965, fort : BAKERYEver
the purpose of electing two City Commissioners.All .
persons desiring to have their names printed Fresh .
the official ballots candidates NEW With Durabrite
upon as are required
t
to pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whom POUNDCAKE ... 29'
I he qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5%) FAD GIANT BOX 69-
[ of the annual salary of the office of City Commissioner Ever Fresh BREAD
of said city on or before 12:00 o'clock noon, 4 Lf. Loaves 85c
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4' on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1965.

[M', Notice is further given that the registration books SO EXTRA FREE 7w SO EXTRA FREE JV SO FREE 50

,, of the City of Bunnell, Florida are now open for S &: H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN
registration of voters to and including the 19th day, i STAMPS
4 until 12:00 o'clock noon, of February A. D. 1965. With this coupon and your; With this coupon and your With this coupon and
j. purchase of two (2) 12ozcans purchase of one (1) 10 Ib purchase of your
one
(1)
Qt.
Van CampsCORNED bag Maine Russet
MRS. NANCY C. RODGERS Kraft'a
BEEF BAKING POTATOES MAYONNAISE
City Clerk
Coupon. Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
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DURING OUR DOLLAR DAYSU.


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STEAK Ib. 89'
Family Dinner Idlewood Club
Honors I' Meets With
Party
Mrs. KnightThe Choice JuicyALL
Mrs.: BarberMrs.

J. D. Barber was honored : Idlewood Club met Tues- *
guest at a dinner party given day evening at the home of Mrs. MEAT STEW Ib. 69
for business and
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Myrna Knight a
Mrs. Claude Yarn in St. Augus social session. Peggy King pre.
sided the meeting.The .
tine. The occasion was in celebration over Armour StarFRANKS r
$
of her birthday anniversary Club voted to assist In NECK BONES 6 Ibs. f
which occurred on February the March of Dimes program.
15.Guests. They will conduct the Mothers
RIB TIPS
5 $1
ib.
March on 'February 26, begin. 1 IbCello .
included Mrs. Ellie i nlng at 7:30 in Bunnell and Pkg. 3ge '
Shaw and son, Dennis, and Mrs. Flagler Beach. PIG TAILS 5 $1
Lily Buchannon of Palatka; Mr. They discussed the needs at lbs.
and Mrs. Carlisle Byrd of Se. the Idlehours Playground. They
vile, and Mr. and Mrs. Barber: also selected Vicki King to represent Swift's "Sweet Ration" SLICED HOG MAWS 5 lb. $JL
of Bunnell.U. the Club In the Miss Bun.
I nell High Contest. They also BREAKFAST BACON OX TAILS 411.$1
.D., C. MEETING decided to select their secret
On February 11 Mrs. Charles pals from the community this Itt 39C '
Cowart was hostess for the meet. year in place of Club members. Pkg. PIG FEET 6 lbs. $1
Ing of the Gen. Jos. E. Johnston Seven members were present
Chapter U. D. C. for the meeting and the door Armour Star (6-8 Ib Avg.)
A desert course was served on prize was won by Peggy King.
arrival of the members. A *
SMOKED PICNICS Ib
Valentine theme was carried out COUNTRY CLUB 29
in the refreshments and flower MEETS MONDAY I
arrangements. Mrs. Cowan's EVENING Lean Western
mother,_ Mrs. R. W. Deen and Phyllis Bertha was hostess 'to
daughter Edee Cowart, assistedin members of the Country Club (
greeting and serving, the Monday evening at her home in PORK ROAST Ib. 39
guests. Mrs. H. T. Cook won the Bimini.
Valentine door prize. During the business session Fresh CroundHAMBURGER
After the business meeting the Club selected Margie Lee \
$<00Ib.
which was conducted by the Blakely as their representativeIn 3 JL MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
President, Mrs. Walter Knight, the Miss Bunnell High Contest .
a short historical program was They also voted to give Our Value 303 Can ,COFFEE
presented by Mrs. Z. D. Holland. $1000 to the Red Cross Fund
Plans were made for several I and discussed plans for the 15th TOMATOES 10 JI00Our lb.
members to attend the District Annual Cabbage Ball. I Tin 580
Value
meeting in Jacksonville on February .I Date 'set for the Ball is May 1 303 Can
19.Members. I at the Bunnell Civic Center. The SPINACH 10 Jl00 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
present in addition door prize was won by Gertie
to the hostess, Mrs. Knight, Mrs.I Ramsey.Mrs. Red&: Whit. No. 2/ Can 1
Deen, were Mrs. Tommy Dur- I Bertha served Hungarian CRAPE ,
ranee, Mrs. C. H. Cowart Mrs. pastery and coffee to the follow. PRESERVES 3 10:100 DAIRY SPECIALNo. -
K. II. Murray, MnZ.. Holland, Ing members: Margaret Knight,
Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mrs. Katherine Joyce Crews, Gertie Ramsey, &: White No. 2I/a Can Pillsbury 8 ox. Can
Bankston, and associate member Mollle Bertha Naomi Pelllcer, '
r.100
Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr. Pat Cowart, Ellssa Tilton, and 'EACHESHERSHEY'S 4 BISCUITS 4 for 35C
The March meeting will beheld Madge Johnston.
at the home of Mrs. James The next meeting will be with
0. Craig with Mrs. W. W. Deen Pat Cowart. FROZEN FOODS -

Jr., as cohostess. At this meet. SUGAR
ing a book review will be given ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO Blue BirdORANGE 6 oz CanS
by Mrs. Walter Cody. MEET MONDAY
The next meeting of the Royal Bag 380 JUICE S 10:100
UNDERGOES SURGERY Neighbors will be held at the

Mrs. Dora Tucker of Cocoa home of Mrs. Blanche. Akers, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Winter Garden 20 oz. Size
mother of Willard Tucker of I North Moore Street, Monday
Bunnell underwent surgery at I night, February 22, at 7:30.: All FRUIT PIES 3 fo1.00
the J. Hlllls Miller Hospital in members are urged to attend FRESH PRODUCE _
Gainesville. Mrs. Akers said.
1 lt> Cello Bal
Amy Robertson Jones of 57Ocean Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter CARROTS Pillsbury (Plain or Self Ruing)
Crest Drive, Ormond Knight during the pas( weekendwere Each ge
Beach, had the misfortune of Mrs. Knight's sister, Mrs. FLOUR
Fresh Tender
fracturing a vetebra In herback Horace Locke and son David of
in a fall recently. She is; Tampa. They also attended the POLE BEANS 19c '
House Ib, 5 lit 38CLimit
in the Halifax Hospital receiving I Open honoring George
medical treatment Moody. U. S. No. 1POTATOES
1 with i $5.00 or more food order
Spending the weekend herewith .oltB..59c
Bunnell Theatre Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Cook
were their son, David and his
FRIDAY & SATURDAY classmate, Ralph Jacco of Sara.
50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
Hit No. 1 sot*. They are both students
at Florida State University In GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS

/r fiffsr Tallahassee.Mr. With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

SPACESHIPmums and Mrs. Andrew Zalewskl (6) 1 Ib Can (1) Quart Jar Kraft's $1.00 or more
have as their house guests their DASH DOG FOOD MAYONNAISECoupon DENTAL SUPPLIES
son In law and daughter, Mr. Coupon Void After Void After Coupon Void After
and Mrs. Harry Beldd of Erin, Sunday, Feb. 21, ,1965 ) I Sunday, Feb. 21, 1965 Sunday, Feb. 21, 1965

Hit No. 2 Tenn. They plan to spend two
weeks here.

Mrs. J. C Hall had as her dinner .i
guests Tuesday evening her
sister In law, Mrs. George Hall,
who Is wintering In DeLsnd
%* and her son and daughter In III] RODGERS STORE
a law, Mr and Mrs. Desmond Hall ""Ml) Hi"III"
of CambrareOhio., "

SUNDAY & MONDAY HI'Him"
McDaniel
Duke : Is returning
"BETTE DAVIS"I I I home here Friday to recuperate Phone 4370227
after undergoing surgery last OPEN SUNDAYS US. No. 1 BUNNELL
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1 in Pradak, the village was buz- red. The village achar cut a the local pagoda about the last
Funerals
Gay bing with preparations for a symbolic lock of hair fom each. Buddhist reverence for life. As I Buddhism, neutralism, all
1 funeral. The man had died two After a dinner for 500 guests, they talked, two boys set a large veneable traditions are beset by
Solemn
, Weddings years before, and his body had the achar solemnly tied the rat trap. The monk explained : cruel pressures as Cambodia
been exhumed for cremation.The wrists of bride'and groom 16- that the trap captured the rat faces toda 's harsh world Mr.
Cambodia
Seen in deep grief had long passed, gether with a white cotton alive. Abercrombie concluded.O. .
and the mood was festive. The I string. Dancing followed.
Life in Cambodian is
: a village "And what does one do witha
National Geographic writer sets East Meets West
Just one ceremony after another live rat?" Mr. Abercrombie
: -puberty rites, solemn wed. the scene. Modern ways, however, are asked. "Well, the boys take it F. ALtfORD
"In a cleared rice field, a gaily changing village life. In Pradak, "
funerals and
1 dings, gay the far from the village, the monk Registered
like. colored bamboo-and-paper pa. Mr. Abercrombie visited a pagoda replied. "And then?" the writer
: Most of Cambodia's six million villon had been built over the school where boys (girls persisted. The old monk paused. [Real Estate Broker!

; people are Buddhists, ,and bier. Long white banners, were not allowed) chanted lessons "Then they kill it," he said at BunnelL Florida
their religion Is tolerant of local shaped like crocodiles, signified from ac tras. long bunglesof J
j deities and spirits. Every the soul of the departed. Red palm leaves inscribed with 1- -
umbrellars shaded wooden al. Buddhist scriptures in rhyme.
is
Important event attended by
!' Achar or lay priest, as well as tars heaped with offerings: Across the road in a new elementary NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

village monks. candles, incense, rice, money, school, boys and girls fire insurance policies we write aWl give the same

r.ft..: Thomas J. Abercrombie of the betel leaves, and cigarettes. Ina learned French in a classroom dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional .
,big tent, monks led next of decorated with modern
maps benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at
National coverage very
r' Geographic's Foreign
kin iri prayer before a gilded and charts.In .
little extra costRemember.
r. Staff describes "Cambodia, Indochina's "
image of the Buddha.'
another village, Charoi
I I.. 'Neutral' Comer" in, H. Cook is to
Fireworks End Funeral T. Agency ready help you
Dang, Mr. Abercrombie met an
last October's issue
of the
'. I ma I I'I
After four of take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
days feastingand American agricultural adviser,
gazine. His' visit to Pradak, a '
z j. hamlet of some 300 families, afforded 'I dancing, the funeral reach i Martin J. Cllsh, known to the or stop In soon for full details.
: ed a climax when a torch ignited villagers as Lok Ta-uncle. "Lok T.
r.. : a picture of a disappear. I H. COOK AGENCYPhone
I ing way of life. the sandalwood pyre con Ta challenged me," a farmer 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Fie
:taining the bier. Fireworks said. "I was to plant corn on
I Incense end Peacock Feathers
boomed and walled and glowed half my plot. He planted the .
"Pradak, Mr. Abercrombie I --- -- -- -
I I and screeched. The sky was other half his way. He harvest. -
writes, "centers
: geographically filled with flares, pinwheels, and ed 50 per cent more. I was convinced -'
s
I around the dust road, spiritually -
"
blinding, plashes.By 24 Hour'Vrecker
I round the pagoda, commercially -
: around the Chlenese contrast, a Cambodian On leaving Chroi Dang, the Service
store. wedding( seemed a remarkable National Geographic writer .
I solmen occasion. When Mr. talked with the chief monk of
"In front of the store oxcarts
I
unloaded tins of tree pitch, sacksof Abercrombie accompanied a Flagler Truck & Tractor CoMASSEY.FERGUSON
,
friend to the wedding, he asked
fragrant yleng bonk bark for
ST. THOMAS CHURCH
about a present. "No problem, -
incense, and kapok. Men from
the village browsed amid tea. he was told. "In Cambodia one South(Anderson EpUcopal)Street Grove Farm Industrial Equipment I
The Rev. James Henry Taylor, Jr.Snadajr .
always gives 'money.
pots, pitch .torches, peppercorns, Service
peackcok feathers, betel-nut cutters couple never gets three betel. 10:30 ... m. Church School VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
i 11:1: a..m. Morning Prayers and
nut cutters four anteater
or Owner Bunnell, Florida
I scaly anteater skins, turtle Sermon
Holy Communion lit SuncSa ,
:. )
I. shells, soft drinks-just about skins.The
*.*,| everything one might need." three-day wedding cere \
In front of one village house mony began with prayers at the
elaborate altar home of the ,bride's gather. The 1
I was an eight
., j bridegroom's parents offered ba
feet high-a throne on stilts
M,' shaded by a red umbrella. "It's nanas, betel leaves, aged eggs, I
I for the haircut," a Cambodian canned goods, and cloth, symbolically
explained. "Hair is the favorite paying "the price of
hiding place for the evil splrlst" milk" to the bride's mother. Feel walled in ?

I To play it safe many village The nervous groom, heraldedby

parents shave a child's head, an orchestra of gongs and > Get away from it all by phone. J f fL :
1 leaving only a center lock. one-stringed violins, arrived under i
When the child reaches puberty, a red umbrella. Between '

the lock is cut off by the achar ceremonies, the groom spent t Swap recipes ; ...
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and the monks-at a time set most of the three days In a pavilion ,
|In.j I In the of the bride's ,1 ," : -
by the astrologer. The child be. yard *< v trade laughs *
tj I comes officially an adult, and home. ,
the hair is left to growuntilhe Early in ,the afternoon the ,

becomes a monk, or gets sick, bride came out of seclusion, and .J.;:$Z' reminisce I I h''i : : .
or a death occurs in the family. I she and the groom sat beforean '"
When Mr. Abercrombie arrived altar draped in propitious -'i\\. .
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4 NOTICEYou ;" ask that new couple over, and thank : : w

t' are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor '

I or his assistant will be present in the various pre- Aunt Mary for keeping the baby. a'' '
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the r >*>

I purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal What else that costs little makes feel ?
I and Intangible Property, and applications for Homestead ( so you so good)

; 1 and other exemptions: ,
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1i Precinct No. BunnelL, Tax Assessor's Office Friday. February 1.
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19. 8:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon.
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I Precinct No. 4-A-BunnelL Masonic Lodge,' Friday. Febru '
: pry 19. 2:00 to 3:00 P.M. a n* V. t r .

I ,-Precinct No. 2-Flagl.r Beach. City HalL Monday February

22. 9:00, A. M. to 12:00 Noon.
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Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village Monday. February 22 -

2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. .

Precinct No. Espanola. County Polling Building. Tuesday .
February 23. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. N.I e..
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Precinct No. 3-A-Korona. White Eagle. Tuesday. February -
n1 n1la
I 23. ItOO P.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Ii' Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community HalL Wednesday.

: .. February 24. 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. 4
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I Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community Hall. Wednesday

,. February 24. 1:30 P.M. to 2:30 P.M.
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I The Tax Laws require that you file a return on \

Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard-
I\ less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am required
f I to assess a ten percent penalty upon your !. 'n ytt
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failure to do so.

All applications for exemption must also be :

filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office ist' ,
open from 8:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 ta

; P. M. to 4:30: P. M. and we will be glad to assist TaIi !J z

h f you, if possible. .

I .Respectfully, .
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Historic Northeast Florida Invites dairy dustries.producing Seven, miles and citrus of white In Wants To Find I I If sighted, please contact the

I Entomology Department at the

Natives and Tourists Alike to Area sand The are numerous within the attractions city limits.of Lost Butterflies I i University of Florida. ,

Historically speaking, Florida Florida's Upper East Coast are More than 100 million Cloud. I According to Dr. Mllledge

,began on the Upper East Coast I'beach resorts, such as Jackson- among the reasons natives and less Sulphur Butterflies have I Murphy,of entomologist with the

with Ponce de Leon in 1513, sonville Beach, Atlantic Beach tourists alike vacation in the been lost.When I I I College yellow Agriculture butterflies, the should familiar -

Sites tracing Indian, French, and Neptune Beach, begins here. area. last seen they were be
returning North soon and
Spanish and English occupationdot They are typical of North Flor. served flying In a southerly ob'l I i once again they will be observed

the area.Running ida beaches-hard-packed, gent. All game and fresh water fish rection through Florida last by the millions. ,
ly shelving and about 500 feet seized by wildlife officers In con. about two to forty feet above
through the center of
wide at low tide. Ponte Vedra nectlons with violations of the 1 the ground. Researchers still seek an an-
this region is the St. Johns Riv-
famousfor Beach, a quieter, more exclusive game laws are given to They were traveling ,at about swer as' to where they are com

er, largemouth probably the black most bass fish resort, has an 18-hole golf als or other charitable hOSPIt'j I ten miles per hour. ing from, where they are ,going

the course, a private air field, anda tions upon conviction of No one knows where they and how they stay on their
in the world. DeLand,
ing
yacht harbor. lator. I came from or where they went. course of flight.
home of Stetson University is

also an important agriculturalcenter. St. Augustine, originally Spanish .

Nearby de Leon SpringsIs came successfully under the
a quiet village built by the assault of the Indians, the
side of Ponce de Leon Springs. French and the British in the

early contest of empires. The
Welaka Is the site of a 2,500 IS 5/5 5'
city is the oldest permanent
reservation maintained by
acre white settlement in the United
the Federal Government as a
I $
States. Historic Castillo de San
fish hatchery and wildlife study
y Marco still stands resolute as
Palatka, established as a
area.
a symbol of old Spanish 'coloni- *'
trading post in 1821, is an In.
alism. The park of the Fountainof
dustrial.farming center and Putnam A l ,v
Youth memorializes Ponce de
County is noted as the
Leon. 4
"Bass Capitol of the World.*

Other sights for visitors are
On the St. Johns in Picolata, $ .i
the Oldest School House, the :
a docking point for the Span.
Oldest House, the Old Jail, and _
lards in the 16th century. Just W.
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the Oldest Store. In addition art"RIpley's
above, on the opposite bank is
Believe It or Not Mu.
Green Cove Springs with heal. ;
seum, the Lightner Museum of raw I
ing mineral springs.Jacksonville :
I Hobbies, Potter's Wax Museum, a
a major Indus and the Alligator Farm. St. '

, trial city, Is the principal gate. Augustine Beach Is a beautiful
way by rail to the Florida peninsula strand of tide-packed white
one of the largest trans sand.

portation centers in the South, Nearby Anastasia State Park

and has one of the largest deep- site where coquina rock for Castillo .

water ports' on the South Atlantic de San Marcos was quarried 4 r rrt

It Is also the center fora and Fort Matanzas was a

resort area and the home of fortified outpost for the Spanish

Jacksonville University. The city garrison of St. Augustine.

has several excellent golf Marineland, near St. Augustine

courses municipal swimming presents unusual and entertaining .
pools parks with tennis and displays of thousandsof

shuffleboard courts, and a zoo. marine specimens living together
Just south is Jacksonville Naval much asn the open
Air Station. ocean. The famous '"educated"

Fernandina, having served I porpoises demonstrate remarkable S
under the flag of eight nations,! power, skill and accuracy. ,

, turns back the pages of history 'South of Flagler Beach Is Bu.
and 'reflects its age in architecture low Plantalon maintained as a 'F d;

customs and romantic stories historic memorial. Further southis '
:
I of its past. Modem Fernan- I I Tomoka State Park, an 834- alIt-- ,

dina Beach has a r,000-foot fish. ] acre recreation area. ,' I ..._,.,..:.'J. IP
ing pier and an 18 hole golf Daytona Beach, a year round |

course overlooking the Atlantic. resort city, Is the center of a |

On the northern end of Amelia beach playground which stretch-1, Is ywr wife still tied to a relic of the past ?
Island is Fort Clinch State Park. es for 23 miles. The gentle slope

Little Talbot Island State Parkis of the beach results in a width I
Free her from outdated drudgery, with a ftAmelCIIIII
I
a 2,300-acre park on the At. at low tide of about 500 feet) unnecessary
automatic electric dryer. Costa only about So load-and
lantic. Near Fort George Island and the hard packed quality of J per
deliver laundry iuruhlne-frenh and dry, rain or thine. Get one. .
Historic Memorial are the Don Its sands permits cars to be
Save wear and tear on your beat girl. And Bend your clothespins -
Juan McQueen and KingsleyHouses. driven upon It. Facilities for ,
to the
museum.
Mayport, a shrimping yachtsmen are ,provided, and I t
Set the innovations in automatic tltrtricdryert .
flamtle
newest improved, "
is the site of four !
village, a tremendous golf courses dot the area.
F at dealer. l t '
anchorage for aircraft car. The Daytona Beach resort area .. ; your appliance if "

riers. A monument marks the has a long history of automobile : ':',. tt,
spot where Jean Ribault landedin and motorcycle racing. There Is 'r'w \. f i

1562 and claimed the land also greyhound racing at the. ,j :.;

for France. Nearby is Fort Caro- I Daytona Beach Kennel Club anda ... e
line National Memorial, to recall modern fronton offers excitingJail ff1Li40i

a short-llved attempt by the I alai games. j [

French to establish a colony New Smyrna Beach, south of ... t
there. I Daytona Beach, is surrounded by

An almost unbroken string of cattle raising truck farming .O4 P4WCI i LIGHT I COMPANY HELPS IB4LO fiOIIOA.The .
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TEN .. TIlE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE, UNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 18.. 1965 i
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'r Poucher Gilchrist $200 each were presented to SENIOR CITIZENS Subscribe to The; Flagler Tribune$2.50 Yearly in Advance' ;

Carol Lynn Blum, Miami Beach, HEARJOHNSEAY I
'
'I and Shirley Wooten, Sarasota,
'" Guest SpeakersAt both students at Miami University Continued From Page 1 PHONEKelley's
Susan Webber, Fort Walton I
ClubTwo ; A.M., Monday, February 22, !
Rotary Beach, students at FSU; and
from which point a motorcade Fuel
'I
Margaret Marie Bitz, Miami, a Oil
outstanding speakers will begin the first leg of the
school senior.
have visited recently with the high trip, to Miami to board the '
Miss Webber the Mrs. CLEAN BURNING
Rotary Club of Bunnell. On received SS Bahama Star which sails at I
Thursday, February 4, Tom-Gilt Alfred I. duPont award; Miss 4:45 P.M.Martin I
Blum the Mrs. Leon Whitehurst
t christ, vice prcsldentand general I
manager of WESH-TV of Daytona award; Miss Bitz the Mrs. R. W. Fuehllng, Flagler i I' STANDARD -
i Roberts award and Miss Wooten Beach,
Beach-Orlando was guest ; was appointed to represent -
I speaker at the weekly luncheon 'the scholarship offered by the the Club at a meeting with
.meeting of the club. American Society of Composers, Red Cross officials at the Bun-
.
\ Authors and ,Publishers. nell Civic Center. The Club of-
Gilchrist found
) Mr. a number
|I of his old friends among the Miss Graham, sponsored by, fered in December to serve as PRODUCTS
the St. Petersburg Male Chorus,I the unit
I membership of the club and en- sponsoring in a drive
.. joyed renewing his acqualtn- became the first St. Petersburg for funds for the Red Cross In DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
winner since Mary Jane Marriottwon the of
ance with them. lIe spoke to City Flagler Beach. The
the club 'on the emerging central In 1955. campaign will be conducted In DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

Florida area of the state March. Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, FloridaW&JVJVSfWWSJVSSSJWVSSSSSSSSSSSSfWSSSfJ

I and pointed out the rapid era i Next meeting of the Club will
1 of growth seems to show every JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS be Tuesday evening, March 2| \
WILL OBSERVE WITH DIMES
indication of continuing.
It was unable to hold Its February FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
WORLD ASSOCIATION
lie assured club members of
16 meeting In the Com
I the Importance of public rela- Junior Girl Scout Troop 968 munity Hal at the new Flagler
tions in seeking to stimulate will join In World Associationof Beach Municipal Building as AMBULANCES
; the economic growth of a small Girl Guides and Girl Scoutson had been previously announced.It !. VFPF PHONE VAlleY,4, 1625
I community or of a state. He Tuesday, February 23., The will continue to meet a the / ST.
stated that his company Is tremendously meeting will be at the Woman's Woman's Club pending comple AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Interested In the wel- Club building. The troop Is tion of facilities at the new hall. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
fare of the people In Flagler sponsored by the Woman's Club. are always at your service with promptness, safety and
County and that it felt It hada Scout leaders said they will experience.
public responsibility of seek. donate dimes to the "ThinkingDay
ing to understand the thinkingof Fund." ; PETERSON TEXACO Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
JI this area and present it via Badges earned by the memo SERVICE :
television to the public. Mr. Gil bers of the troop will be pre ROAD SERVICE : Garcia Funeral HomeP.
christ also emphasized the urgency sented and also World Associa
: of providing adequate support tion Pins will be given troop Light Mechanical Work : E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
J I for our public schools and members. Phone 437-3441 Bunnell. I II I LAD ASSISTAMTiwwwwwww
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: cause.
I I On Thursday, February 11, the .,_ I .
I Rev. Mr. Wayne Poucher, pastor
.. I I' of the Holly Hill Church of
Christ, was guest speaker. Mr.
i I Poucher spoke upon "The American .
\ ( Heritage." He presented

j, I some of the essence of his long Chevroletworkpower
; 1 series of nation-wide radio and ,
" television programs entitled: .
f'' I "Life Line." Mr. Poucher point..
i f ed out that Christian Morality II
11 is the 'bind force which holds I, .
," our democratic way of life to. ....
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gether. Moreover, he pointedout .. --
J(!:' 'rJoII.' ",
that If we abandon our morality "J '
''l then our American heritageas '1"r: or

t we know it will disappear
from the face of the earth.'
I Guests at the meeting were:
Tip Murphy, Ormond Beach;
t j' Phillly Barry, Ormond Beach;
; Tom Dyer, Rumford, Maine; Al
j Wilson, Crescent City; Conrad
Beckman, Varna, Ill.; and Gayle
: 1 'Mercer of Hastings Jim Anderson -
attended the meeting as a
I guest of Tom Dyer and Averly
Brown attended as a guest of
John Cannon. Coy Harris was
also a guest of John Cannon on
\ February 4th.Jeanie .




,- Award

Goes' Back To


Area of TampaFor


the first time since 1955,
the "Jeanie With the Light
Brown Hair" title has gone backto
the Tampa Bay area.
In the 14th annual "Jeanie"

at auditions the Stephen held the Foster past Memorialat weekend "walks" right over bumps and trouble

White Springs, Joyce Ann
Graham of St. Petersburg won Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of
the cherished crown and the $!,.
000 music scholarship which truck ride. smooths. rough roads, protects truck, driver

goes with itCompeting with 24 other attractive and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups

young women singers it's a proved system with millions of miles of user experience
from throughout the state, the
stately, 20-year-old, blonde soprano behind it.Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or

I made good In 1964 on ,the when promise she Steps pickups. If s one of the big reasons that Chevrolet _
she showed
.
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Jh I was a runner-up to Donna L. Is first choice with pickup'' users from coast te coast .
|1 I Dickenson, Quincy. Both Miss
I? Graham and Miss Dickenson are Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type ef truck
students at Florida State University

iP Tallahassee.
r The top award of $1,000 was
09-1065
presented to Miss Graham by

Mrs.representing II. G. Miller the ,Stephen Jacksonville Foe, HALL.TUMIJN CHEVROLET COMPANY

! Memorial Commission.
ter Four runner-up Awards of TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAF





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