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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 21, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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51, NO. 46 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR ,.'i
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Craig Funeral Fashion Show I JOHN B. HOSFORD I Commissioners i Bird Sanctuary

BEING REASSIGNED i

Home Presents [At Civic Center I .. I Plan Additional | Established in I


Bible to Legion I Monday Night ;!, a.2JT Street Paving ;Flagler County ,

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At' the regular meeting of I'I Happy Holidays is the theme II I + The City Commissioners voted t The State Game and FreshWater
Flagler Post Monday evening,''for the Benefit Junior Woman's I ait their meeting Monday night I Fish Commission has established /
CralgV uncral Home, Bunnell, Club Fashion Show Monday I I I to employ Library Club members r a Bird Sanctuary in
presented the local post with a night at the Bunnell Civic Cen I of Bunnell High School to I the northeast section of Flagler Ii'
Bible to"be used at all meetings.The ter. The show will begin at 7:30. I z1R. r set up the new library system I County, according to a legal advertisement i
book was presented by Fashions for the show will be I for the library at the Civic Cen published in this Issue i,
John Hardin local representativeof furnished by Land 'n Sea Fash- ter. The work will be done under I of The Tribune. '
the Funeral Home to Com Ions of Bunnell. Andy Yelving- the direction of Mrs. Jeanne I The Santuary is located in '

mander Cora Buckles. ton, owner of the company, said t Cannon, Bunnell school librarian.Mrs. that portion of Flagler County 'j ,
Rev. Howard Porter, acting as' the fashions will be modeled by Cannon lying East of the Intracostal j, '
accompanied by
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Post Chaplain conducted the members of local civic clubs Waterway and north of the I
Library Club President Tommy
I north town limits of the Townof ,I
dedication and will Include fashions for
ceremony.A .\.0 I
Kahlert and Vice President Jack I
Christmas party for the the entire family. Painters lUll, to the north !
Abbott, met with the commissioners '
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discussed and The show is being sponsoredby I AIRMAN HOSFORD county line.
po't was plans and reported they had I'!)
were made for the annual eventto the Junior Woman's Club Airman John B. Hosford, Jr., The order takes effect immediately I
I made a survey of present library
be held on Monday, December which will give 75 pet cent of I son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hos for and it will be a violation *
16th at the Civic Center. the proceeds to the Bunnell '!ford of Rt. 1, Bunnell, Is being I system.needs Mrs.setting Cannon up said the new the of the law to hunt In this II

The Post completed arts plansfor Band Parents Association. The reassigned to Amarillo AFB, I library contains many good area, according to this order.
the annual Christmas festivities club will use its 25 per cent for! Texas, for technical training as book already. i
to be held .on Saturday 4ub projects in the community. : a United States Air. Force fuel I, American LegionAuxiliary I
evening, December ,21, ,..,hen In addition to the show Monday specialist. I Tommy reported there are I 1
Santa Claus will be host to the I evening, door prizes will be. Airman Hosford d, who enlisted about 50 books that will ,require Meets A
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children in Flagler county. j,'I furnished by Land 'n Sea.. There rln the Air. Force a short time I mending and ,repairing and that !
t will also be entertainment and II ago, has completed his initial there are about 50 that will haveto J The American Legion Auxlll- I

i refreshments. I I basic military training and be discarded. lary Unit 115 held an I informal i
Senior Citizens I I Tickets for thej8 how ,may be Lackland AFB, Texas. meeting Monday nigh at the
I Many of the books are In good
'secured from members of the of Bun-
I He Is. a 1963 graduate Civic Center. President Daisy
Will Meet Nov. 26 Junior Woman's Club, membersof I nell High School. condition which gives a good Moody presided and plans for
with the
start
new system. They
the band, and at Land 'n Sea
the remainder of the unit year
At Flagler Beach Fashions. Mrs. Laura Reynoldssaid I I Warns also plan to conduct a book I. were discussed.The .
the club members will sell Holly I drive early next year, after I unit plans to sponsor a
Next meeting of the Flagler 'tickets at the store Friday afternoon I Cataloging the present supply of I a girl for Girls State next June.
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Of Rabid Animals
I books. M. B. McDaniel and H. V.
Senior Citizens Club will be and Saturday. I They will also hold the annual
Peavy were named to work with
held Tuesday evening, November Gene Holly, saniatrian with the club and Mrs. Cannon. Poppy Sale In May.
26, BIt the Recreation Centerin FUNERAL HELD the Flagler County Health Department Plans were made for the An.
Flagler Beach. MONDAY FOR j' reported today a rabid The commission also voted to nual Christmas Party and Fam
"No formal program has been raccoon ''had attacked a dog belonging prepare and shell Palmetto and ily Night to be held on December
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t planned for this meeting," re- ALBERT DOAK 1I I to John L. Dupont of Magnolia streets so they will be'I 16 at the Civic Center. This
ported Mrs. Ruth Brandt vice Albert Loggle Doak of Bunnell: North AlA last Wednesday. ready for the paving program will be a turkeydlnner with the
chairman. "Members .>yill .b f passed"away-FrMay..aftnoorR;I iLMCDUtiont' )killed "the-'coon l whtch, ...wI1.\get underway*'loon': Post providing the turkcy., and 1.1
free to play cards, visit among in an Ocala hospital. He was and delivered the head to Mr. the auxiliary furnishing the dessert t
themselves, participate in group en route from a DeLand Nurs I I I Holly who sent it to the State' They plan to purchase the mixtures Members of the Legion
singing, or otherwise entertain ing Home to the Veterans Hospital Board of Health in Jacksonville I for street paving from the and Auxiliary are asked to bringa
themselves following the 6 o'- in Lake City. He was 82 I for examination. A positive report Florida Paving Co. covered dish consisting of
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clock .potluck supper. years of age. was made by the State The commissioners voted to I salad, vegetables, or relishes.
Appointed by the set-up committee Mr. Doak was born in, Houl- Board and Mr. Holly advised ask for bids on a new truck
to make advance preparations ton, Maine, and has resided in 'Mr. Dupont to consult his doctor chassis and packer body for the I
for the evening's festivities Bunnell the past several years. for further Instructions.Mr. garbage truck. They are advertising Bulldogs NearConference
are Mr. and Mrs. R. A. He was a retired 1 operating engi- Holly said he was advising for bids ito be presented
Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. Adam and a veteran of both the Span all residents to be on the December 2nd. Title;
Zahn and Mr. and Mrs. George ish-American War and World lookout for any wild animal They also instructed the clerkto
Allard. War 1. He was a member of 'ilhat may show signs of being write the Florida East Coast Callahan Is NextThe
"Senior citizens who have not Momnument Masonic Lodge 96 rabid. Any night-prowling wild Railway Co. asking the railroad
attended any of the club's meetings in Houlton and the DeLand animal that appears in the daytime to clean up the property around Bulldogs went to Hastings
are cordially invited to Eastern Star of which he was a should be watched, usingall their station. Friday night to win 136.
come out next Tuesday evening," life member and past patron. |I, precaution. Clyde Lewis appeared and Bunnell made'nine first downs,
said Rev. E. Lester Stanton, Funeral services were 'held a t I He also said he would adviseall asked the commission to adopt Hastings 13. Yards rushing and
chairman. "They are asked to 11 o'clock Monday morning from hunters to have their dogs two hour parking on Moody passing: Bunnell 208, Hastings
bring a covered dish, beverage the Chapel of Allen Summerhill I innoculated before taking themin Blvd. between Highway 1 and 211. Bunnell completed two of
and tableware." I In DeLand. Interment followedat the woods. Railroad street. The commissioners fpur passes, and Hastings completed
DeLand Memorial Gardens. had planned for one hour I none of three. Bunnell
Canal FundsIs The Eastern Star Chapter conducted JIM BURNSED parking restriction in that area. punted four times and Hastings
services at the chapel ENROLLED IN Mayor II. V. Peavy reported on punted three times.In .
Voted By and the Masons held the graveside a meeting with the Housing Authority I the first period Elbert Tucker
ALA. COLLEGEBunnell
service. last week at which time I passed to Henry Kuleskl from
CommitteeCongressman I Survivors include his wife, has one student, they presented the city with a the two yard line for the first
I Lester D. Doak, Bunnell; one James Albert Burnsed, enrolledat check for $1431.82 In lieu of TD. In the second period Skipper .
D. R. (Billy) son, H. A. Doak, Sacramento, Jacksonville (Ala.) State College taxes. The Authority is tax free Hunter went around right
Matthews announced from his Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. this semester. In the large and it pay 10 per cent of the end front the 30 yard line for
Washington office that the full I Frances Palmer, San Rafael, enrollment of 2604, 20 states and shelter rent !to the city in lieu I Hastings' only score. .Halftime
House Appropriations Commit. Calif., and Mrs. Veta CralgscutI 12 foreign countries are repre of taxes. At the end of 30 years score 66.
tee has approved an item for I I ter, New York City; one brother, sented. the property will belong to the In (the final period Bebe Moody
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one million dollars to begin' H. F. Doak, Detroit; and a sister James Albert, a graduate of city.Mayor went around left end from the
construction of the Cross Florida in 'Colorado. Bunnell High School, Is a junior Peavy asked the commission 'I 12 yard line for a TD. Kuleskl
Barge Canal. majoring in physical educationand to approve employingan kicked the PAT with a flag on
Final action is expected on, THANKSGIVINGSERVICE mInoring In biology. He is architect to prepare a work I the play. Then after the 5 yard
Tuesday, November 19, when' SETWEDNESDAY the son of Mr. and Mrs. JeromeF. able planning and zoning system penalty Kuleski kicked it again;
the public works appropriationbill EVE Burnsed, Rt. 1, Bunnell. in order that (the Housing i Bunnell 136.
will come before the House I' Authority may apply for permission I Mike Hornsby was the outstanding

for debate. No problem is an ", A Community Thanksgiving BUNNELL P.-T. A. : to construct 50 more unts. player on the two
ticipated 'in will be held at the First This be A terrific !
obtaining full approval Service plan must available before teams. job
MEETS TONIGHT I II
by the House pf Repre Methodist Church of Bunnell on they can make application. I The Bulldogs go to Callahanfor
sentatives. I I I Wednesday evening, November I The Bunnell Parent-Teacher I They also Instructed Mr. Hunt !their final game this season.In .
Matthews said that the canal I 127, at 7:30: Rev. Howard Porter I Association will meet at 8 o' er to begin placing and replac I I the conference, Bunnell is
would be clock at the school bulbs In the undefeated team. A win
a great boon to all of said today. tonight ing light the Christmas only
Florida, and especially !the I I Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., of the house. lighting system in order that the, Friday would make the Bull.
Eighth District, and would open First Baptist Church, Rev. Lamar I Miss Etta Turner, Dean of lights may be turned on Boon. dogs the 1963 conference champs.
up development of our other I I I Lingold of the Pentecostal Holiness Women at Stetson, will be guest I I Make a special effort to go and
great waterways. Church of Bunnell. along speaker for the evening. All BULKIEST REPTILES I support the boys through this

I I I with Rev., Porter, will participate II members are urged, to attend.'- ,. The bulkiest of living reptilesIs game.
Ancient Buddhists chose the in the program. The choirofthe I the salt-water crocodile of
fish as a symbol of watchfulness Baptist Church will give the The only spotted porpoises Australia's tropical streams.I Marble ground as fine as
. against temptation, because the anthem. known to be living in captivityare Fiercely aggressive this 30-foot flour, forms body for rouge,
eyes of fish have no eyelids and Th public is invited to attendthe exhibited at Marlneland of dragon will go out of its way toothpaste, paints, rubber, and
are never closed. service. Florida. to attack man. I linoleum.P .




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TWO .TII.E FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, I Ov. 2.1. 1963
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r'THE can get ai. IE.
lUlneIJ BOOK NOOKB backs," the author has traced Punishment is never used in I- -- t"I
c1rlcJh I I -
the consideration that led to the II I th 1 trajning) of the "educated"
Sclto&l Ateutl Frank Donovan development of ship armor: ptifpois! and whale,' at M.LLERELECTRONICS
Thin it a non-fiction book writ Also told in these pages is rlnriand of Florida. When Ma--j
LIBRARY CLUB NEWS ten about two Inronclads, the ' The Library Club met at 730 Monitor and' the Merrimac. The i'Monitor tfnd Merrimac happen I ceives a reward of food. 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
P.M. on Tuesday, November 12, Monitor belonged to the' North ed to sink in ,the same year falls to perform correctly, the reo''
at the home of Mrs. Jeanne Can. and the Merrimac to the South. I (1862), yet not in battle. Who 'I ward is withheld. REPAIRS ON TV'S
non, club sponsor and Bunnell.I The author set the stage for won the war of the Ironclads? I WASHERSDRYERS
High Librarian, in Flagler i these two as the most significant The author has presented facts DRIES HAY ON, WIRES I
Beach. battle in Naval History and offers an opinion of his own. :. Cloudy days and frequent I
Tommy Kahlert presided as What happened on that March We wonder if you will agree 'rains in Norway's fjord country I Call Collect 672.0377
dis day in 1862 at Hampton Roadsis with it. rule the
many Important topics were out drying hay on .
cussed. The members have presented in vivid, "shotbyshot" Library Assistant, ground. The crop is spread on I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
planned a Christmas party for detail. I II Harry ,Kuleskl. wires like laundry so breezes
library, club members and their This is more than a war story.I --4--
dates for Saturday evening,' December I Employing historical "flash- I

7, at the Flagler Beach sparkling silver or gold with Dance to the Music of 24 HourWrecker r
Woman's Club building, and the II *
I green on November 12th, andit Service
annual Christmas project for the was the joy of each of the "The Casuals"AT
Bunnell High faculty was discussed members receiving one to wear
'and agreed upon. I his pin to the meeting that eve THE
I Truck & Tractor Co
One very Important projectfor nlng. Flagler
the library club membersand Refreshments were served before BAMBOO COCKTAIL I MASSEY-FERGUSON
sponsor (this year will be the meeting adjourned, and LOUNGE I
their co-operating with the Bun. the members left with a feel I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

nell City Commissioners' requestfor ing of just having accomplished II FLAGLER BEACH VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242
their assistance in work ( at least'the
reorganizing a year's or
Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. Owner Bunnell, Florida
the city library. All books plans for a year's work)!
presently in the library must be Jack Wetherington, reporter. .
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classified, assessloned, and re
arranged, and prospects for .
some new books must be con Senior Class
sidered. An honor to the club, Thanks to their bake sale on
the city commission has agreedto Saturday, November 16l\ the
hire library club members, seniors are now closer than ever CHEVROLET
under the supervision of Mrs. to the New York World's Fair

Cannon, to carry out this proj.1 next spring.In .
ect. addition to selling the pins
I and bracelets with Bunnell High
In addition, a committee is and the year of graduation on Whicj| type Chevrolet
presently working on getting them (other charms are also
some new draperies made for !available), the seniors have
the Bunnell High library win voted to sell bags of shelled pecans pickup do you need ?
dows. The green draperies that at $1.25 per bag, in time
were in the library last year for Christmas baking.Get .
were given (to the school's office, well wishes went out to
on behalf pf the Library Club, Tommy Polk, who spent a few
when the library was painted days In the local hospital re-
Chevrolet now makes four different types each with Its
blue this summer. Mary Mat. covering from a knee injury ,
thews and Nancy Wilson are in which he received in the Bun own distinct advantages. Whichever one you buy will'be
charge of the committee to purchase nell vs. Hastings football
game
lot truck than
a more your money bought the last time
the material and get the last Friday night.
draperies made. I| And some more happy news:
To commemorate Children's The seniors will sponsor the I
Book Week, November 11-15, the annual Christmas Ball this year. o
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library assistants went to the I The seniors will sponsor a : z.wMnwW. = .4 I Is
elementary classrooms on Fri hayride on Wednesday, November
day, November 15th, to read the 27th, which will begin at
children a story. Most of the library 8 P. M at the school and end
assistants report that they no later than 12 at the school.
had as much fun as the children The price has been set at $1 a
who heard the stories. couple.
The Library Club pins arrived, I Nancy Wilson, reporter.

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best for all-around use. V8 is available at extra cost.
Phone ID 7-3532

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Nov. 21, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

project between the U. S. A. and
South America, which will beneficial .
/Seacn to Florida. Upcoming date
for December (to be remembered
JCQgLCP were announced as follows: Sat.,
LOCALS I Dec 7, Christmas Bazaar Wor-
Durofchalk LuttonOf WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS
shop, Mrs. Frank Brede in

interest to their friends is "Americanism" was the themeof I charge; Wed., Dec. 11, 2 P. M.,
the announcement of the mar the Flagler Woman's Club business meeting followed with
MRS. COWART JUNIOR WOMAN'S riage of Mrs. Charlotte M. Durof meeting last Wednesday after. I a gift exchange; Sat., Dec. 14,
HOSTESS TO CLUB NEWS chalk of Johnson City, New York, noon. 10:30: A. M. to 4 P. M., "Country
UDC MEETINGMrs. Happy Holidays Is the themeof to Mr. John A. Lutton of Flag. Mrs. Victor Buckles spoke on Store" Bazaar. Junior and Senior
Charles Cowart was hostess the Fashion" Show which the ler Beach on Saturday, November "Reasons why we should be loyal :Clubs In charge and public In.
to members of the'UDC Junior Woman's Club is spon. 17, 1963. to our American Flag." In 'vited.; Thurs., Dec. 19, 7:30 P.M.,
Chapter meeting Thursday at soring. The members had a busy The couple were married at 3 I behalf of the Woodmen of the "Christmas Novelty" program,
her home, Haw Creek. workshop meeting Tuesday o'clock in the afternoon at St. I World, of which she is a state i Miss Emily Gage, music chair.
"Chapter President Mrs. Walter morning at (the Civic Center Stephens Catholic Church Bun. I officer, she offered the club a man in charge. Free to public.
Knight presided at the business making posters, banding tickets nell. Father Conesa officiated in i flagstaff which was accepted Following the business, re
meeting. The hostess served a and planning the decorationsfor the ceremony. ; gratefully and will be erectedout freshments were served|by Mrs.
tempting refreshment course the show.Fashions Attending the couple as matron In front of the club house Myrtle Streeter and Mrs. E. Lester .
during (the social hour. will be furnished by of honor and best man were 'in the near future. Two offersof Stanton, hostesses.
The January meeting will be Land and Sea Fashions. Tickets Mr. and Mrs. William Nee of Flags were accepted from ,,
held at the home of Mrs. R. W. may be purchased from club Blnghampton, N. Y. I Mrs. K. N. Givens and Mrs. All! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnham .
members band members, and Jones. arrived last week from Gotta-
Deen, Jr. The bride was attired in a
at Land 'n Sea Fashions.The town, N.I.., to spend the winter .
dark blue chiffon dress and her II Mrs. V. W. Halnes gave a brief
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddlell show will be IJt the Bun. accessories were white. Her cor resume of the recent District Six season at their home here.

had as their house guests re ,nell Citric Center at 7:30: Mon. sage was white carnations. meeting held in New Smyrna THANK YOU
cently their long time friends, day night, November 25. Proceeds Mrs. Nee was also attired in I Beach. Mrs. Bennie Clay, Junior
Mr, and Mrs. Joe Stevens of will be divided with 75 a dark blue chiffon dress and Woman's Club representative,I I Mere words cannot adequate.
Bridgeboro, N. J. per cent going to the Bunnell her accesories. and corsage were I gave a report of the splendid ly convey my' heartfelt appre
Band Parents Association and2tfy"pef pink. work being done by the Juniors:ciation for all the expressions
While here they visited with 'cent being retained by Following .the ceremony, Mr. and urged members to attend I;of sympathy, and many acts of
old time friends and said they the club to be used on their and Mrs. Lutton left for a short the fashion show to be held on kindness and generosity that
were amazed to see how much community projects, which In. wedding trip to Largo, Florida. Monday, November 25th, at the I''I have been. extended to me and
Bunnell had grown since their clude sponsoring Brownie troops,, Upon their return they will be Bunnell Civic Center. Seventy- my family during our recent
last visit. Sunland Training Center, and at home on Eleventh Street, five per cent of the proceeds will I sadness.We .

L .several' local projects. Flagler Beach. go toward (the Bunnell School,. shall never forget that
Cadet Arthur Carle,of Milton The ,public is invited to attend Band. )"remembered.
R
spent the past weekend here the show. Entertainmentand The following names were pre. Winifred McNab "
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. refreshments will be, pro. ,Mrs. Alma Hunter and S. sented for membership and vot
Ray Carle. vided. Waldo Krichbaum returned last ed upon favorably: Mrs. Walter METHODIST CHURCH
week from Upper Sandusky, Burns by Mrs. Myrtle Streeter; Church school time is at 9:45:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith I Mrs. Daisy Walker is a patientin Ohio, and will spend the winter Mrs. John Dunwoody by Mrs. I A. M. and morning worship is
have purchased the former Jes the Flagler Hospital for med. season here. This is their eighth Phillip Kester; Mrs. M. Sargeant i at 11 o'clock. Rev. Howard Porter .
.", ale Way home on Deen Road ical treatment. winter here. by Mrs. K. N. Givens. pastor of the Bunnell Meth.
from Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Mr. Krichbaum is a patient in Mrs. Helen Kruger was named I odist Church, will be guest minister .
Schlossar, recent owners. The JUNIOR GIRL the Ormond Beach Hospital for "legislative" chairman and gavea newt Sunday and Rev. I
Smiths are now residing in the SCOUT HIKE medical treatment this week. brief review of the "Interama" i Continued To Page 8GEORGE I
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home. ---'- ---
The Junior Girl Scouts of Bun.
I
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yelving- nell had an all-day hiking tripto
iton of Miami are vacationing in Gore Lake Saturday. They
Daytona Beach this week and were also instructed in the use
HENRY FILSTRUP TOOK HIS FIRST FLORIDA
,t have visited here several times of a Jack knife. This hike was \
during the week with Mr. and part of their earning a Gypsy t VACATION IN DECEMBER, 1956. HE NEVER LEFT.

Mrs. Andy Yelvington.Mr. Badge. '
Girls hiking were: 'Lila Allen, r Now ha vacation in Duluth, becauae he till hat relative. there. But bit roots an her. .root
that include tuiuhine and iurf and an easy,relaxed way of life Root that fo even deeper...like
and Mrs. John McKenzie Nancy Creal, Karen Clegg, Mary
a modeet start In a business venture that gave George an opportunity to gnu placet with Floridain
had as their guests a short time Cook, Lee Carol Baker, Pam the midst of one of America'. fattest.growing economic t
Thursday Mrs. McKenzie's par. Quanty, Mary Ann Durtz, Lady
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Me- Rodgers, Sharon Pache, Joy Lee, How about you? Have you considered Florida'i healthful climate, itt rich variety of expanding
.... consumer: market for your future? Why not take a long Florida vacation..say, a lifetime?.
Cormick of Myrtle Beach, S. C. Patricia Harding, Lyna Knight,
The McKenzles have recently I Catherine Harris, Kay Perryman, FICRIIA POWER I II8NT COMPANYHHHH9 '
moved to the home on the corner Becky Mercer, Pat Zimmerle,

of Moody Blvd. and Fig St. I sene Susan Wimberly.Higginbotham, and Jaml- ,(f.:YfJThursday : KIILD. riOKlOA

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Mrs. Jessie Way is a patient The group were accompaniedby
in the Flagler Hospital in Mrs. Myra Wadsworth, Mrs. rI
Augustine for medical ::St.1 Kathryn Perryman, Mrs. Mary
She is in Room 300. Alice Lee, and Mrs. Barbara
i Pache.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Tucker.this week are Mrs. Tuck. Zack Holland returned home
er's mother, Mrs. Claude Black. today after attending a, meetIng i
well, of Montgomery, Alabama. of the National Potato Coun I ( .
Also her sister, Mrs. Dorothy ell held this week in Denver,
Chickering, of Walpole, New Colorado. He was accompanied '
Hampshire. there by ,Walter Peterson of 1AL
I I Dade County who Is also a member
Visiting here with Mrs. Maude of the National Council. R
Holland Wednesday were her I y5 ;
sistersMrs.. Ned Beville and VERNON DAVIS COOK I rJT1nT.t
Miss Carrie Deen of Gainesville.
II Mr. and Mrs. Simp Cook, Jr.,
of Flagler Beach announce the
SERENA GRACE ZELLERMr. Iv"r--
arrival of an eight pound two ;
and Mrs. Edward Zeller, ounce son, born November 16th
703 Forsythe St., announce the at the Flagler Clinic and Hos
arrival of a daughter born No. )ital. He has been given the
vember 14 at the Flagler Clinic name of Vernon Davis. A1trJ r.
and Hospital. She weighed eight ;

pounds, and has been given the Mrs. Joe Brock a patientIn

name' of Serena Grace. the local hospital for medical _

treatment.
Guests of Judge and Mrs. T. K.

McKnight this week are their Mrs. Eldon Knight and daughters
son and daughter in law, Capt. Kim and Jone, were in St.
and Mrs. Charles McKnight and Augustine Tuesday.
young sons, Ken and Kerry, of ,
'
Cape Cod, Mass.
Capt. McKnight is stationedat
Otis Air Force Base there, I
and has Just returned from a CommunityMemorial A l

short tour to England. Church

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,>Ir. and Mrs. E. P. Britt and
and Charles AIR CONDITIONED
children, Andrea
Morrison, left Monday for Fort Partona Ave.
Lauderdale where they will re- FLAGLER BEACH h'

side,' Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
1.;, Mr. Britt Is with the Florida Church Service 11:00 A. M.
.r Highway Patrol and was transferred I
f#. w. DICKERT PaaUr
to Fort Lauderdale In EVERYONE WELCOME

September ;uid' his family Is, ..... .......
Joining him there.



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TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR
1 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FASHION SHOW

November 25, 7:30 P. M. 107 NORTH BAY STREET
BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER
Door Prizes and Refreshments
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: DONATION: Adults $1.001- Students 50c BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE ID 73400

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Salad Dressing Quart Jar 29 STUFFING PEPPERIDGE FARM MILK 8 Cans Talli I 00

Limit ((1)) With $5.00 or More Food Order PARD 1 Lb. Can

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Fresh 1 Lb. CartonCRANBERRIES Corn Stuffing Bread 9 jJLf< ?* DAIRY SPECIALSWilson's
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Each Clearbrook (In Qtrs.)
No. 1 GeorgiaPECANS BUTTER Lb. 690
Lbs. $
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Philadelphia (Plain) S 8 Oz. Pkg.
Large Stajk' CREAM CHEESE
290
CELERYTender ; 19C
WHAT A ; .
FreehSTRING YAIUEIC FROZEN FOODSBirds
BEANS 2 Lbs. 250 Eye (Sliced) 10 Oz. Pkg
STRAWBERRIES 290
50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSWith ks 3 For
xii Sara Lee (All Butter) 12 Oz. Pkg
this Coupon and purchase of
$5.00 or more Food Order POUND CAKE "S 690
Coupon Void After Nov. 27, 1963

50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith
this coupon and purchase of
(2) 303 CANS RED & WHITE FRUIT COCKTAIL ;
Coupon Void After Nov. 27, 1963 II o
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50 FREE !fun BOND STAMPSwith
this and purchase of Phone 437-3227
TUBE CREST TOOTH PASTE OPEN SUNDAYS
(1) 69c U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
Coupon Void After Nov. 27, 1963 8:00 a.ml:00 p.m.
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AaE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 21, 1963

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1 !' MAN WANTED-to manage and

:Jfagfer /Jcacli CLASSIFIED I operate a retail Watkins Route I I PETERSON TEXACO O. F. ALFORO W,

I ; In this area.. Earnings of $125.00 j I SERVICE 1 Registered

(Continued from Page 5) I per week from the very begin-1 I ROAD SERVICE I
Real
ADS ( ning. Write Mr. McGarity, P. O. Estate Broker
Reynold N, Hoover will I Mechanical Work
preachIn i Box 627 Wlllston Florida. | Light I
the Bunnell Church. The Phone 437-3441 Bunnell BunnelL Florida
: u...... .aster ti i. .*..!.. at* I Nov. 21-3tc. I II I I'I
junior choir will sing a special S "s u per w.rd *ackn la.ertloa. I 'I'II
N.!. .. mtalmm e.......
song during the worship hour I
I I FOR SALE 2 bedroom house. I NOTICE OK SALK I IN Tin cmcriT COURT OF
next Sunday. FOR SALE-1 nearly new Norge FLARLKR (:CHHTNTY KI.OIUDA

Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday wringer-washer, $60.00. Call at i large Florida room 17 Hlllcrest I Notice and l pursuant. hereby to given that that certain under OLLT IN CIIANCKUV JERNIQAN NO. 4773

November 27th there will be a i iI Bimini Bar. 11.21.1tcSINGER Flagler Beach a real buy. 'Call Final Decree of Foreclosure and Plaintiff.
I Hale rendered on the 15th day of VI.
1Sbng and Praise" service at I Aubrey Spivey, HE 92293. November, A. D. 1981. by the Honorable JUANITA
I ZIG ZAG JEUNIdANDefendant
7:30: P. M. "Come Ye Faithful Howell W. Melton one of
11-21-tc
the Judges of the Seventh Judicial NOTICE TO DKKKNU
I People Come." Automatic Zig Zag makes but Circuit of the State of Florida, In THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
and for Flagler County In that JUANITA JERNIGAN.
tonholes blind hems overcasts cause lately pending In the Circuit whose place of residenceand
Mr. andjTsf2f Jjohns had II Court of Flagler Countyl Florida post office adddressare
; monograms, fancy stitches au I I In Chancery wherein (,itisensflank unknown. '
visitingwith them last Thursday tomatically. No gimmick attach. RENEW YOUR of Bunnell, a State Banking You are hereby notified that a

r Mrs. Johns' nephew and ments. $129 $7 a month. I DRIVERS LICENSE ?1 I, Corporation Rennle. C. was wered plaintiff defendants, and the suit above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you In

wife Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson I WRING YOUR ' dle M. Padberg. 1 are hereby required answer '
SINGER SEWING CENTER being Case No. 4742 I, the undersigned with the ktoorlhr.o'go t.
] from Oklahoma City, Okla. BIRTH MOHJttt Clerk of the Circuit Court I and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
'I'' Daytona Beach Call collect CL I I In Flagler County Flolrda, will plaintiff or plaintiffs
; on Friday the 29th day of November whose name and address: r.ttornt'y.
BAPTIST CHURCH 34541.THIS i I A. D. 1963 at the thc front P. B. HUFF
t IS THE ONLY I I IN TIIK cinrriT counT OK I door of the Flakier IDS N. 2nd Street
Sunday School is at 9:45 A. M. FLAC.I.KIt fOITNTY, FLOHIDA I house In Bunnell. Flagler County P. O. Box 445
and AUTHORIZED AD OF THE I I IV: (IIANCKHV NO. 47H4.. I Florida, during the regular and I PalatkaFlnrlla.
morning worship is at 11 SINGER SEWING CENTER I JANET FLANDERS KELLYj'lalntttf legal! hours of-sale, offer for sale not later than December 9th, A. 'D.
o'clock with Rev. Aitlee Stevens, I I ; and sell at public outcry to the I 1963.
highest and best bidder therefor If you fall to do so. decree pro
pastor. Training Union Is at 6:45: FOR SALE TRUCK % Chevy THOMAS KELLY, for cash In hand. In order to satisfy confesso will be entered againstyou
} P. M. and evening Is at Defendant&OTICM the said Final Decree of Foreclosure for the relief demanded In the
worship long wheelbase, steel body good I, TO DKKKNI) and Sale aforesaid, the following I bill of complaint. The nature of
\ 7:30. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: described proEerty. situate, said suit being for divorce.
condition good tires. Also F600 I THOMAS KELLY lying and being' In County WITNESS my hand and seal of
j Prayer meeting Is at 7 P. M. Ford 2 speed axel. Price I 171 MacLaren Street Florida, to-wit: said Court this 5th day of Novem-
each Wednesday evening and $550.00'1 Ottawa Ontario. Canada tots 4 and S, Block 1, and ber A. D. 1963.
a Inquire Sinclair Station U. S. 1 You are hereby notified that a I Lot E, Block 2, (Official Seal: E. A. SMYTHE
RYEpttatA
1 church}! business meeting will suit has been filed against you In 1 DITION, or of of said l Circuit Court
follow Highway and Lambert Avenue. the above entitled cause; and you I BRUNER ADDITION on file In By Julia R. Harvey
prayer meeting the first Nov. 21-ltc are hereby required to tile your answer the office of the Clerk of the Deputy Clerk.
Wednesday of the month, with with the Clerk of this Court Circuit Court for Flagler Nov. '114U.284tc1V
and to serve & copy thereof upon I County, Florida, in Flat Book
church visitations this next Wed FOR SALE-2 cabins approximately the Plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 5, at Paga 24: : TIlE CIRCUIT 'ontT SEVKVTII -
whose name and address Is: DATED at Bunnell Flagler JUDICIAL CIHCl'IT. IV
nesday. 10 x 15 will move on your SAMUEL V. HOLCH County. Florida, this 18th day of AND FOIl FI.AUIKH COVNTV,
lot. Complete with windows 110 North 3rd Street November A. D. 1963. I FLORIDA. ECll'ITY NO. 4776
; Palatka. Floridanot (SEAL) John Blue Gilllland
Mr. and Mrs. R. K Hirst hadas Inside 4 Inch ceiling and mixture later than December 23rd A. D. Clerk of the Circuit Court Plaintiff

/ithelr guest last week their of other lumber, across 1963.It you fall to do so, decree pro Nov. 21i28 of -Flagler 2tc County, Florida... i i Helen Theresa Mary Gilllland.

niece Mrs. R. D. Kelly from from Bunnell Restaurant Phone confesso will be entered against .. .. Defendant.
you for the relief demanded In the I_ lea (6:143)EMicltGMNCY I NOTICE TO API'KAH AND
I Rawlelgh, N. C. Weekend guests 252-8469 Daytona. 11-21-ltc bill of complaint. The nature of OHDKIl ANSWER
also Included Mrs. said suit being for divorce. Notice is hereby given that the IN 'THE NAME OF THE STATE
James Me- WITNESS my hand and seal of :1. Game and Fresh Water Fish Com j OF FLORIDA
) Can and Mrs. Dorothy McGraw WANTED IRONING to do at my said Court this 19th day of November : mission of the State of Florida TO: Helen Theresa Mary Gilliland
A. D. 1963. acting under authority conferredupon 18 West Dean' Valley Road
home reasonable. Pick & de I
from Arlington, Va. up (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE it by the Constitution of the I Islington Ontario
j livery. Phone ID 73669. Clerk of said Circuit Court State of Florida and by Chapter Canada
Nov. 21-21 & Dec. 5.UHcUrU'I'11T 372 Florida Statutes does hereby You are hereby notified that a
}t SHERI LYNN KOONS 10.24-41 establish as a Bird Sanctuary the suit has been brought against you
j t 1 !' FOIL IIIDS following area in Flagler County: I in the Circuit Court of Flagler
Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Koons Jr., Sealed bids will be received In That portion of Flagler County County Florida In Equity by JOHN
FOR SALE-Bassett Hounds AKC the office of the' City Clerk of the lying East of the Intracoastal BLUE GILLILAND and you are here
of Atlanta Georgia are the parents I registered, 8 weeks old $75.00 City of Bunnell, Florida, In the Waterway and North of the North by required to file personally or by
of a daughter born Civic Center Building on or before town limits of the Town of Painters I attorney with the Clerk of said
i November I each 204 Fairway Drive Or- 4:30 P. M. on the 2nd day of December Hill. Court, your written defenses If
15,. In Atlanta. She weighed A. D. 1963. for one (1) new This order shall take effect Im any, to the Bill In Equity In said
mond Beach. ORange 71132. refuse collection unit with the following mediately.O. suit on or before the 16th day of
nine and one halt pounds and I Nov. 21-ltp specifications: / E. FRYE. JH. December. A. D. 1963 and also to
has been given the of 1964 2 Ton Cab & Chassis Assistant Director serve a copy of your written defenses
name Approximate W. B. 172" Nov. 21-Itc up on Messrs. Ossinsky &
I" Sheri Lynn. Approximate Cab-To-Axle 102" Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff, at
FOR SALE-Oil heater with fan 0 Approximate G. V. W. 17.000 l.TIIK: riuri'iT coCUT. S,KV- their ottlce address at 411 Main
She Is' the granddaughter of Tires-8.25 x 20 Tube Type i\TII JI'DICIAL ('Ilt'I'IT IV Street Daytona Beach Florida, on
Mrs. Bea Lyons of in good condition. Reason for 2 Speed Rear Axle AND FOIl FI.AGi.FItl'NTY, or before the 16th day of December
Flagler Beach. selling too large for to Cylinder Engine Approximate PI.OUIDA. CanTY NO. 47MCAIIMEN > A. D. 1963 as required by the
I space 150 H P. MONTESANO.! Florida Equity Rules of Civil Procedure
heat. Reasonable price. Call West Coast Mirrors Plaintiff and herein fall not or Decree
Books Are Turn Signals Va. Pro Confesso and Final Decree -
My Dish :lID 7-3402, Korona. Nov. 21-ltc Body! -16 cu. yd capacity FLORENCE MONTESANO.Defendant.. will be entered against you
by default.
Hydraulic Compaction System
By Dorothy Hom-an. Side Loading: Doors AOTICH TO AI'I'HAIl AM That the name of the Court In
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house Full Width Tailgate A\X\VKII: which said suit has been instituted
Any one who has been In the with Hydraulic Lift Cylinder IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial
Morgan In unfurnished. Deen Road. Contact i A trade-In allowance on 1956 2-ton, FLORIDA Circuit of Florida, In and for
Library New York 6 cylinder Chevrolet truck with 14 TO: FLORENCE MONTESANO Flagler County In Equity and that
realizes that once people treated C. F. Smith 437-3658.' cu. yd. M&B Packer Body to be 219 RAILROAD AVENUE: the title of said cause Is as here-
Nov 21-ltp considered In bidding. STIRLING, NEW JERSEY Inabove set forth.
books with reverence. In this I'rlpes to be F.O.B. Bunnell, indicating You are hereby notified that a You are further notified that the
Gothic church-like approximate delivery date. suit has been brought against you nature of said suit II a suit for
room are the Each bid shall be addressed to In the Circuit Court of Flagler divorce.
Books of Hours their heavy FOR SALE Harley Davidson the City (Commission P. O Box 756. County, "' blEB In q by WITNESS my hand and seal of
Itunnell, .Florida marked "Bid for CARMEN No. tl'y office at Bunnell. }O this 11th
leather/ covers studded with model }S5 motorcycle. See Flynn Truck and Body." The City Commissioners are hereby required to file person' day of November lorldai 963.

chunks of Jewels and Edmonson, Phone ID 73376. reserve the right to reject ally or by attorney with the Clerkof EMIL A. SMYTHE. as Clerkof
padlocked
any and all bids and to waive said Court your written defenses the Circuit Court of Flag-
their parchment pages illuminated Nov. 21-ltp any Informalities In bidding, and If any, to the Bill In Equity ler County Florida.
I
also to accept the bid that In Its In said suit on or before the 23rd (Circuit Court Seal
with bright-colored flowers Judgment will be for the best Interest day of December A. I). 1963 and OSSINSKY & KROL

hand painted. DUE TO DIVORCE. We have a IdR. of the City of Bunnell. Flor- ten also defenses to serve upon a ropy Messrs.of your Osslnsky writ Solicitors 411 Main for Str..etDaytona Plaintiff

Compare these books to the repossessed 63 Model Swing WITNESS my hand and official & Krol Attorneys for Plaintiff at Beach Florida
seal this 19th day of November. their: office address at 411 Main Nov. 14-21-28 & Dec. 5-4tc
flimsy paperbacks of today and Needle Dlal-O-Matic like new, A. U. 1981. Street Daytona Beach Florida, on
the houses planned does decorative makes Howell V. Peavy. Mayor or before the 23rd day of December IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKNTH -
sewing
on purpose City of Bunnell Florida A. D. 1963 as required by the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
to have no room for books. Of automatic buttonholes sews on ATTEST: Florid v Equity Rules I 'of Civil Procedure FLORIDA. IV: AND FOR .'LAGn -
t Nancy C. Itodgers CIty Clerk and herein fall not or Decree ...: COUNTY. NO. 411::.
course we throw away paperbacks buttons monograms embroiders Nov. 21.28-2to: Fro fonfesao and Final Decree I I MARCO D. KIRIAKES.Plalntltf.
when darns & will be entered against you .
we have finished patches, etc. Assume jy default. !

with them. We also throwaway remaining 5 payments of $7.50. That the name of the Court In 1 i I ANASTASIOS'C.. KIRIAKES.
I HASTINGS MATTRESS which said suit has been Instituted I(|a minor JANULLA QIRIAQUI
our respect for books.It Ph. Credit Mgr. CL38106 Daytona la the Circuit Court Seventh Ju- KAZAQUI. PANAJO QIRIAQUI,
has been Beach. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS dicial Circuit of Florida, In and GEORGE QIRIAQUI. and FRANK
a lonely time for 11.14.2tp
for Flagler County In Equity and PYLE. as Administrator ad Lltem
booklovers since the Depression 710-12 Lemon St. that: the title of said cause Is as of the Estate of CHRISTOS G.
FOR RENT-House trailer $35.00 lerelnabove set forth. Klrlakcs deceased.
but now the bookworms are I Palatka, Florida You are further notified that the Defendants
turning.The per month', adults only, AlA Phone EA 5-9166 nature of said suit Is R suit for di- I NOTICE' TO DF.FKMIF
Beverly Beach. Call liE 92159. ,, vorce. IN THE NAME THE STATE
Flagler Woman's Club Furnltu" Upholstering WITNESS my hand OF FLOIlJDA.
Nov. 7-3tp Repdrea & Refinished office at Bunnell, Florida,dthal.f \ TO: JANULLA QIRIAQUI KAZA-
Library has "Time" for November day of November A. D. 196S. Rue
Mattresses & Box Springs E. A. SMYTHE as Clerk ofI Rexhep Feza 4
15.
An article In It tells NICE SELECTION of wool ends Made \o Order.Also Renovated the Circuit Court of Flagler I Tirana Albania

about Yale's new library for and 54-Inch upholstery. Cloth I County Florida GEORGE QIRIAQUI
Call Laura Morris 4373233 (Circuit Court Seal) Rep. 309Mamurol.
rare books and manuscripts designed Shop 539 Yonge St., U. S. Highway After 6:00 P. M. OSSIN8KY & KROL Albania

by the architect of the 1, Ormond Beach, Florida. PRICES REASONABLE Ill Solicitors Main for Street Plaintiff I Rue PANAJO Rexhep QIRIAQUI Pesa 4

green glass Lever Building. The I I Nov. 74tpSEPTIC I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Daytona Beach. Florida Tirana, Albania
Nov. 11-28 & Dec 6-12-Hc YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
undergraduates call It The Waf Just as near as your that a Complaint for assignment of
fle. TANK cleaning: drain Phone or Post Office i\: TILE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKTII dower to MAnGO D. KIRIAKES in
JUDICIAL (CIItCUiT IV: J the Estate of her deceased husband -
Us
There is a rectangle of translucent fields Installed; snail shell. Rea Drop A Card or Call AIM FOR .'L GI.IL 'OUNTY, CHRTSTOS (I. KIRIAKES.
sonable prices. Call George Ja- Free Pick-up & Delivery FI.OUIIIA. CAGE" NO. 4778 has been filed against you, and
marble the walls of , JAMES A LEGGETT.Plaintiff. I you are hereby notified and required
which do look like a waffle. Inside roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf to file your answer or plead
VS. VOUCH Ings to said Complaint In the office
the walls is a glass tower HELP WANTED to IDht CARROL JOAN LEGGETT of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
-Couple rune fflaglrr ulrtbunr
I Defendant. In and for Flagler County. Florida
through which can be seen th restaurant, living quarters In NOTICE: 'c.r1rJ; 'EAtt f Itt hit office In the Courthouse In
old books, 250,00 of them and cluded. Must have experience. Bl'NlVKLU FLORIDA THE STATE OF . TO: I II I3i nnel), Florida, and to serve a
CARROL JOAN LEGGETT. copy of such answer or pleading
room for three times more. The Will pay great percent of gross 'I I 2870 Alonio Lane upon HENRY P. DUFFETT. Esq.
Costa MulL California. Plaintiffs
Attorney
I I .herein whose
sunlight sifting through the to right party. Animal Land I MRS. M. B. FULLER Editorneal..t. I You are hereby notified that a address Is 142 Volusla Avenue. Daytona -
marble make the books look suit for divorce has been filed Beach! Flor.ida- on or Before
likea AlA 10 miles north of Flagler ?
I against you In the above the 10th of December, 19(3
golden tapestry, according to Beach. 8-1-tf. ed Offlelal Pvblleatleaf cause and you are hereby Attorne.1 as r e-aty the laws of Florida :
Time. to serve upon Plaintiffs and the Florida Rules of Civil
Pmblle N.tl..u .f FUglerCeanty whose name and ProcedureIF
"
Air in (the circular glass towerIs I hereon your written defense If YOU FAIL TO DO SO, A DE'nEE -
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Mnalelpalltlea t..HI. any to the Bill of Complaint In t PRO CONFER80 WILL BE
regulated In order to preserve ..4 the Slate .f FUrlda said suit on or before the itth ENTERED: AGAINST YOU FOR
day of December A. D. 1963 else THE RELIEF DEMANpED 'IN
the books. BEACH REALTY CO.
The whole thing is decree pro confesso will be entered SAIb COMPLAINT.

,a triumphant mingling of drama LOTS HOMES. OCEAN FRONT Entered as second class matter against you. x The Flagler Tribune Is hereby
WITNESS hand designated
my and seal of as the
newspaper In
and ,design. Somehow the old WATER FRONT FARMS 'I February I, 1913. at the poitofflce said Court this 12th day of November which this notice shall be publish
books ACREAGE A. D. 1963. ed once a week for four consecu-
' not only fit in, they come at Bunntll. Florida, under act of (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE. live we-ekl.

to life again. Sea us for your real estate need March I, 1171. Clerk of said Court WITNESS my hand and seal of
Office! Phone HE 9.2242 By Julia K. Harvey Florida Bunnell, f11" County
1 Deputy Clerk. this list day of October.:

Of 80 pulpmills operating in Residence Phones ID 7.3691or I One year .__..-....-'1.10 W.I' O.L.Box Wadsworth 896 1963.(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

the southern states nine are located ID 7-3517: Six months __IUS I Attorney Bunnell. Florida for PlaintiffNov. Flagle-r Clerk. County Circuit Court Florida

in Florida. 14-21-28 .* Dee. S-4tc Nov 1-U.U.ZI-Hc




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