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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: January 30, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 52, NO. 4 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1964 ..2:2. A YEAR J
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Club Women Hear Grand Matron Makes Official Visit I Flagler-Volusia I: Scholarship 1


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Flagler BeachCommissioners Projects r
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rL-- Construction of the first Interstate I Near CompletionThe
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Route 95 project In Volusla .
The Flagler Woman's Club I County Is expected to be started I creation of a scholarship
' members and friends had a most .by February 5, the State Road foundation for benefit of deserving .
interesting and informative aft Dept has announced. high school graduates of
ernoon last Wednesday when I I Road Board member Max Flagler County is nearing com-
the six members of the Flagler i Brewer of Titusvllle said the pletlon.
Beach City Commission were t $1.694,242 project will extend Originator and sponsor of the
guests to explain and answer from U S. 92 west of Daytona foundation plan here is the Bun-
questions concerning city pro 11 s Beach northward 5.8 miles to a nell Parent'Teacher Association.
cedures. Mrs. Jasper White, club
president welcomed those at point south of the Tomoka River. At a meeting Tuesday night
tending.Mrs. The Department accepted bids of ,the steering committee the

Harold Massie, program Tuesday, January 28, on three proposed charter for the nonprofit .
chairman, Intrduced the men, n + , adjoining Route 95 projects (to. Flagler Scholarship Foundation ,'
asking each to tell where he taling 16 miles) to extend this Inc., was approved and -
was born and the year he came superhighway from the Tomoka W. L. Wadsworth, attorney,' was
, to Flagler County. Mayor George River northward to State Road authorized to apply to Florida's
Wlckllne was born In Indiana 11 in Flagler. That point on secretary of state for the charter.
: and came to Flagler County in toad 11 is about halfway from 1 Temporary officers are Charles

1913; Chairman Richard Mosby, Bunnell to Flagler Beach, near I E. Creal president; M. B. Fuller,
Missouri, 1912 Robert Hender
; where the Old Kings Road intersects I vice president; Dave Perryman,
son, Indiana, 1955; Dave Dob- I
'son, Cteorgia 1952; Thomas Dun. 11.Work Treasuer, and John Cannon, sec
can Tennessee, 195X and Gerald on this initial project retary.It .
Smith, Indiana, 1958. Left to right Shelton Brooks, worthy patron of Bunnell O. E. S. Includes constructing a four- was agreed at the Tuesday
Each commissioner gave a Chapter; Irene Johns, worthy grand matron of Grand Chapter of laned limited access roadway night meeting that .t least two
brief resume of their tasks of Florida Mrs. Kay Swayze worthy matron of Bunnell Chapter.Mrs. with a grade separation structure scholarships be awarded this
which are a few excerpts: recreation Johns was honored guest at a banquet and meetingof over Route 95 on 11th St. year. ._
and beautification, Mr. Bunnell Chapter No. 93 FridaY' night, for her official. visit to and dual bridges on Route.95 It Is the Intention of the persons .
Henderson. He said more recreational' the chapter. over proposed State Road 40 in creating the foundation to 'IIa
facilities are greatly
I Volusla county. solicit contributions each
yearto
needed and he is looking for.
ward to the time when modern City Gives NoticeOf Eastern Star San Marco Contracting Company provide as many scholarshipsas
city hall and recreation center i of St. Augustine has been possible, and to insure that

will replace the present ones. lie March Election Elects OfficersMr. awarded the contract and will every deserving Flagler county
also commended the Flagler I have 360 working days to com sutdent has an opportunity to

Beach Garden Club for its help : The City of Bunnell is giving and Mrs. Keith Lovell of plete the Volusla County project. pursue further studies In college
In beautifying the park. I notice by advertisement in this Flagler Beach were elected Tuesday or University.I'
Streets and garbage: Mr. Smith issue of The Tribune that the night to serve as worthy I Tho committee Is to meet
said the new budget has allotted of Tax Assessor To February 10.
annual municipal election will matron and worthy patron again on Tuesday,
more money for street Improve be held on Tuesday, March 3rd. Bunnell Eastern Star Chapter. There is yet to be set up the
ments. The new street number There will be three commission They will take office in February Start on Rounds I foundation's bylaws; rules and
ing will soon go into effect The
i house numbering that was platted seats to be filed. Each can- :i to serve for a year' D. A. Moody, county tax .assessor regulations tor awarding scholarships I
" by the Woman's Club several didaterwhosenamaawill! appearon 'EretfeWo. .we "wfffi. then Is giving notice by publication I } various sub-commltteca,
years ago will remain the same. the ballot must pay a filing. were Betty White, associate matron In this issue of The Tribune and method for conveying: full
If alleys are passable the gar. tee of five percent of the annual' ; Ray Mercer, associate pa. that he will make his an. information to the public which
bage truck may use them in salary to qualify. This is the I Iron; Martha Mercer secretary; nual round of various precincts will be asked to support the
picking up the garbage. first time this has been required. Wanda Mercer, treasurer; Myra of the county to receive tax re foundation's work on a year to
Pier and concessions: Mr. Dob- The public is also being notified Wadsworth, conductress; Geneva turns. year continuing basis
son reported an increase of receipts that the city registrationbooks Solomon, associate conductress; I
last and signs In. I Tax returns of real, personaland
year are now open for registration Shelton Brooks, sentinel I and Food Service
dicate business is getting better. intangible property, applications ..
The pier Is taking care of Itself of voters up and including I. Tentative date set for the In. for homestead and
and the new pier concession is February 21. stallation of the new officers other exemptions will be taken. i Discussion Held
r an asset. The three commissioners whose is February, 15. lie will begin receiving receiving .
i' Waterworks: Last but not terms are to expire are 11. V. re"trns: at his omce in i A food service program was
least Mr. Duncan stated it is Peavy (who is also mayor), Shel Brownie Troop 701 the courthouse Friday, February presented Jointly by the Flag

i possible to have the new water. ton Barber, and M. B. McDaniel. Makes Field Trip 14, from 8:30 to 12 noon. ler County Health Departmentand
system In operation In 30 days.It Commissioners are elected for a advertisement the State Board of Health
The specifies
will be a complete, modern
Brownie Troop 701 of Bunnell
plant Pressure tests have exceeded two-year term I days and time he will be at the to the cafeteria personnel 1 of
visited the Rodgers Food Store
Bunnell School 22.
engineer's specificationsand other precinct stations. High January
Thursday on a field trip They I
the cost Is staying well GIRL SCOUTINVESTITURE Sanitary food practices and I
within the budget. were accompanied by Freda Ryder borne disease and nutrition :
I Emma Phlpplns, and Frances Moody Heads
All the commissioners feel that I I were discussed. This program la
the supply of good water will bea I The Investiture Ceremony of i, Arnold, and Joy Stefllk. I part of an overall plan which,
big factor in future progress of the Cadet and Junior Girl Scout I Curtis Rodgers, manager, accompanied Group Forming hopefully includes programs for :
the the group on the commercial establishments In I
community. troops was well attended with
over 80 parents, relatives, and trip through the store explain. Country Club the future.
POLISH SAUSAGE friends present ing the management of the The program was conducted] j

SUPPER SET, FOR I The Junior Troop was present. store. Afterwards each Brownie George Moody, Jr. was elected by Gene !Holly, local sanitarian:
made a of merchan of the Flagler Country
ed with an American Flag by purchase president assisted by Jerry Conger, sanitarian
SATURDAY WEEK
dise. Club at meeting of the steerIng -
a
I Gerald Smith for Mrs Harry from the State Board of
The Korona Club will serve Andrews who gave the Flag. I I Mr. Rodgers treated the troop committee Sunday night. Health. Miss 1* Lybeck, nu-
another of their popular Polish I Members of the committeeand to a pony ride which they. en. Others named were Rem Mur trltloni. of the Florida State

Sausage Suppers on Saturday 1 troops wish to express their Joyed very much. ray, vice president; Floyd Collins Board of Helth, discussed nutri

evening, February 8, at the thanks for
White Eagle. Serving time will I to the Boy Scout Troop 495! for I MISS BUNNELL HI treasurer In forming.
be between 6:30: and 9 P. M. lending the equipment for the A group Interested Hoover, Davidson On
Proceeds of the supper will be ceremony. I CONTEST SET FOR a private organization tot recreational Senior Citizens Program

used for the club's civic work Cadet Leaders are Mrs. Rob SATURDAY FEB. 22 facilities have held
several meetings in the past few. Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, pas
in Flagler County, President Lee bles end Mrs. Bums. Junior
The Bunnell Trl-HI.Y has announced weeks, formulating plans for a tor of Flagler Beach Methodist
Drazba said today. leaders are .Mrs. Whitney and that the Miss Bunnell facility that would include a i. Church, and Norman L David.son .

Mrs. Dodimead.3ROWNIE Hi Contest will be held on Sat. golf course, swimming pool Adult Consultant for the
Methodist AnnualSmorgasbord urday, February 22. dub house, tennis court and State Health Department In
at TROOP 702 The dub Is also inviting alt other things Flagler County, will appear on 'I
Flagler Beach TO MEET TUESDAY business. establishment, clubs, As soon as the land I* available the program to be presented tomembers
Tickets are now OR sale for I I WITH MRS. REYNOLDS and fraternal orders to sponsora I the group plans to Mil of the Flagler Senior
the Annual Smorgasbord to be i I Brownie Scout Troop 702 will girt in the contest. A list of memberships. and proceed with Citizens/ dub at their next regular
served at the Flagler Beach be entertained at a popcorn girls, and the details of the contest I the permanent organization. meeting Tuesday, February
Methodist Church Friday, Febru !I party at the Allen Reynolds will be mailed out soon. I 4, at the Flagler Beach Recreation

ary 7. The event is sponsoredas I home February 3rd at 3:45. All proceeds will be used for I Flatter Beach P..T. A. Center.

an annual event by the I I Kay Kaufman and LauraReynolds dub activities Publicity Chairman I Meet Tuesday Night There will bee potluck supper
Woman's Society of Christian are leaden of the Susan McMillan said today. ;I beginning at 6 P.M. All seniorcitizens
Service at Flagler Beach. I I troop and they will be assisted The FUfler Beach hrent.I are invited to attend
I
The menu will f"tunmany ;i by Bettye LJttlefleld. moon TEMPERATT/RE Teacher Association will: meet I and are asked to bring a cover. j
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Swedish dishes as well u popular ;I The dally high temperature Tuesday evening In the cafe- I ed dish or dessert, beverage and
Southern dishes. The medical staff of the S.S. one of the world's foremost political I;torlum at 7:30. tableware. The clubroom will ,
.
'I Hope is comprised: of five doctor hot spots fialgon, capital I I This will be the Founders Day I.I remain open for card game r
Slice 1928, Florida' reforest *. 36 nurses and 30 paramedical of South Viet Nam averages program. Supt. ZL D. Holland will latter I the formal program
11011 Program has included the penonnel who make from 87 to 95 degrees the year I I I be guest speaker for the ewnlng. I,

Wanting of one and a half bll-I up the permanent staff as wellas around, the National Geographic The nominating committeewill I I I The best way to get more out
Jon Pine seedlings. rotating staff of 30 doctors. 11)1. also be elected of life is to put more Into itI


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(Bolas 0 0.0 1 0 j I Quart seers: BunnelJ A, 12, are now 8.2 for the season

ThJee 1 1.4 4 3 ,,26, 40, 56; Hft Un.8 A, 7, 21, 36, The victory over St Augustine
Davies 1 1.5 J 3 I 47. Tuesday was somewhat of an

PORTS Schaeffer 3 0.1 2 8 I I upset by the Baby Bulldogs. The
McMurtry 9 7-101 25
BABY BULLDOGS STRETCH Continued on page 6)
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RECORD TO 8.2 WITH ,
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:N'Q',1E'S;, : "" '. .' 18 14.J9 14 50 I AUGUSTINE AND HASTINGS I, i O. F. ALFORD

Bunnell A.SquadFg I The Baby Bulldogs chalked up I Registered

(By Buzzy McKnlght) close shaves, especially In the Ft F Tt1B. two more victories last Tuesday 'Real Estate Broker
VARSITY BOYS ARE BOUNCED final period, but the Bulldogs Moody 6 0.1 0 12 and Saturday nights over St. I
BY ST. AUGUSTINE BUT BEAT pulled ahead for a 55.47 victory. Anderson 7 0.0 2 14 Augustine and Hastings and BunnelL Florida
KEYSTONE AND HASTINGSThe Butch Anderson and Bebe Moody E. Tucker 1 0.0 1 2 I.
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again came through for Bunnell. Townsenc 3 324 1 9 -
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Bulldogs, Kingpins in the with 14 and 12 points. Charlie I Brown 3 1.2 I 7 !
conference, took on a powerful' Moody was the Bulldogs' biggest R. Tucker "4;',;;7:2! 9 3 24 HourVVrecker
St. Augustine team last Tues j Kuleskt '4 "
headache as he led Hastings! "p-O 2 8 Service
day, here in Bunnell, and were with 22, points. This was the
hoping to flex their scoring Bulldogs' 12th victory of the 25 5.9" 7 55Hastings

school muscles, but against the Yellow the Jackets bigger campaign. I ,A.SquadC. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
Bunnell Squad Moody' ,
stung them for a 60-56 loss. After 10 2.3. 4 ,22
this bracer the Bulldogs met Fg Ft F Ttl Hunter 3 1.2 2 7 MASSEY.FERGUSON

conference rivals Keystone Moody 46.9214 15myly 2 1.3 0 5 ,Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
J. Brown 25-64 9 Morgan 5,1 3.3 2 131Deford
Heights and Hastings on Fridayand ,Kuleskl 01-10 1 \ 9 0-0 1 0 VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Saturday and won 69.50 and .
5547.Tuesday's. Anderson 3 5.6 4 11 I Owner Bunnell, Florida
Townsend 41-23 9 20 7.11 9 471
game was a real Seale 01-20, 1 __m.._
thriller as the Bulldogs scored ..
R. Tucker 2 3.4' 1 7 'r" '
the first four points but then
E. Tucker' 12-224
ran Into a swarm of B's disguised
Yellow Jackets. Guy(
as 16 24.32 16 56St N Cabbage worms ?
Batsel's 25 points, Bob Bergman's!
14 points, and Tom Brown's outstanding Augustine" A.Squad
backcourt maneuveringgave Fg Ft FTtlpatsel
9 7-7 5 25 ,
the Jackets sizeable leadsIn t '! \
the first three periods, until Bushore 41-22 9 i t'1> :
Bergman 6 2.3 4 14 ; ?,
they both fouled outThe ,
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Bryan 21-20 5 .:, ', z
Bulldogs took full advant
T. BrownflP 2 1.1 5 5 .
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of these losses and
age sprang
10-14 2 1, : Ir Iri
Williams
within one point of the Jackets :,
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behind Bebe Moody' 14 points Bikes 00-00 0

and Butch Anderson's 11. But '
between the unmerciful clock 24 12.16 20 60

and some final St. Augustine Quarter score: Bunnell A, 14,
buckets, the Bulldogs took their 26, 39, 56; St. Augustine, 18, 36,
second defeat of the season. 53, 60. ,
The Bulldogs came back strongon Bunnell A.Squad
Friday as Coach McGriff let Fg Ft F Ttl
everybody on the squad do some Moody 1 4.5 3,6 r
scalping against the Indians of Kuleskl 0 v 2 2.4 26
Keystone Heights for a 69.50 Brown 5 2.5 2 12
victory. Old standbys Butch Anderson Townsend 40-12 8
i and Jim Brown had 12 Anderson "fS 2.2 4 12
points, and Elbert Tucker,'make'RasTufker\ jfiSR3 3.3 fc i 9 "
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Ing his first start in quite a E. Tucker' 6 0.1 412' \ / Q I /
while, had 12 for Bunnell. Jim |Seale 20-21 4

McMurtry's 25 points constitutedhalf I _
of Keystone's points. 28 13.23 20,69 i /
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Saturday's win was somewhatmore Keystone A.Squad > "
hard-fought as Hastings' 18 17.24 id 53 : _" : '
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w w. ,' fou arc hereby NOTICE riotificd tha thC,' Tax, Assessor, I

or his assistant will bo present In the various :pre
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for tho FIGHT BACKWITHORfflO I
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland
Intangible Property, and applications for Home'
stead and other exemptions: ' \3>fv '., "

Precinct No. 1-Bunnell. Tax Assessor's Office: Friday Ftb-
ruary 14. 8:30 A.M. to 12 Noon.

Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell. Masonic Lodge. Friday, Febru.
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ary 14 2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M.

Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach. Poet Office. Tuesday February
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18 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. "

Precinct No. 5-A-Animal Land. Tuesday. February 18. .
i ,10:30 A.M. to 11:00 A. N.

Precinct No. Cipacola.. County Polling Building' Tuesday ORTHO DIBROM 8 Emulsive is the fast thorough to clean
February 18 11:30 A.?.!. to 12 Noon. ,', \ way up your cabbage.

Precinct No. 3-A-Xorona. White Eagle. Tuesday, February Spray DIBROM and within minutes every cabbage worm you hit will be dead or
18. 1:30 p.M. to 2:00 P.M.
dying.And that goes for aphids and loopers,too In fact, DlBROM kilb more than
Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Townsend Store. Tuesday February .
18. 2i30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. 130 different insects, including most resistant ones.

Precinct No. 4-St John Park. Community Hall. Tuesday. What's more, you won't find a more effective phosphate
February 18. 3:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
than DIBROM 8. It has
a short residual fife,leayes

The Tax LAWS require that you file a return on no harmful residue.You can it
use to within four days ofharrest.
Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard.
' less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am required r 'd_' .Workers can return to the field a few hours after
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r: to assess a ten percent penalty upon your spn'ing.And it's safer than
ORTHO most
;' failure to do so. organic phosphates.

Just mix DIBROM 8 Emulsire with
and
All applications for exemption rmust also be t water spray.

filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is D''B RO Ili t Or use the DIBROM 4 Dust Either way,you can't lose...

open from 8:30 A. M. to 12:00: Noon and 1:00 P. M. 4 but will! profit."Ilelptnq.f.
to 4:30 P. Id. and we will be glad to assist you, you
if possible. \
the World
Grow Better"
Respectfully
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A D. D. MOODY" cJ CALIFORNIA po.fc CHEMICAL...w..CCMP..-.....,.rasa.y CMTMQ. CtvksaoN.

Tax.. Assessor "Available from Kilgore Seed Company, Hastings Florida
Phone
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r' MM. Leonard Moody, Eula Lee pltal in Jacksonville. She ha* The yectRDflular Oeeanamun
: ; Miss Carol Moody, and Lea Knight were been given the nan o( Lrttia.Mrs. at MartneUnd of Flo..tIe m.tain .
J.Y'.; Craig in Daytona Beach Saturday afternoon I Knight Is the former Mist 4BM00 gallon of flMftwd
attending the proeentation -j jI Kathy Anderson of Bua..U.I lea w ter. It receives $080 gallons
y of Babar the Elephant \>f of circulated water per
,X "j'.u.v :::J1 \> the Daytona Beach Symphony I minute
ru
., Society.Dr. Mrs. Rodgers Turner left Saturday
:; '; ':r. for Las Vega, Nevada, Alice Aluminum Siding
., where she will Melt with her
/ u ."(J,4iIi J and Mrs. Nelson Dunn of with Dupont, "TEDLAR"Not
son, Charles Turner She expectsto
':;, Texas are visiting here with Mr. A Paint
be several weeks and
and Mrs. Walter Knight. Mrs. gone ContactVernon
o I will also visit In Salt Lake City
Dunn Is Mr. Knight's sister. A. Raymond
and other points of interest 439.2214 Flagler Beach

\ Mrs. Louis Trad returned to! there. .
-
It her home here Wednesday aftera ,
visit in Phoenix. Arizona with 1-----
her son and daughter in law,
1I
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Trad and NOTICENotice ,

family I .. ....

Paul Burrell arrived here Friday is hereby given that a munlcipn ,election J '
for a visit with friends. lie will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on
and his late wife, Lillie Burrell I Tuesday, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1964, for
a the of electing three City Commissioners.All .
A and their son Bobby, were former purpose
::, residents of Bunnell. They persons desiring to have their names printed
now reside In Spokane, Wash.O. upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto
pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whom
C (JR) Shelton of Ocala he qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5%')
was a' visitor here Thursday. of the annual salary of the office of City Commissioner ,
lie is a former resident of Bun of said city on or before 12:00: o'clock noon,f'' r
nelL on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1964.

n 1. + f .!
t L. E. Wadsworth has returned Notice is further given that the registration book) .

from a business trip to Wash of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open 'forTJ
ington, D.C., Allentown, Pa., and registration of voters to and including the 21st day,
New York City. until 12 noon, of February, A. D. 1964. I

a J r LETITIA KNIGHT
MRS. NANCY RODGERS
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight are City ,Clerk
the parents of a seven pound
Jan. 30 & Feb. 6.13.20-4t
.. fourteen ounce daughter, born
.1.w.
wY.w.rw.r.ww. a. .k
I January 28 at St. Vlncents Hos-
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.Mr. and Mrs. James O. Craigof
Bunnell announce the en For Florida vegetable r \ '
gagementof their daughter Carol growers.New . .
Garrett, to Mr, William Welch
Deen, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
William W. Deen of Bunnell. '
Miss Craig was born in Spark
man, Arkansas, and came to
Bunnell In 1960. She is a gradu
ate,of the Hernando High Schoolin t
Brooksvllle, Florida. She at-1 f
tended Daytona Beach Junior !I r. +

(College, University of Florida, : I IcQD
and Jacksonville University. She y maneb formulation contains ZINC ,
received her degree at the Jacksonville ,. :;
University last spring.


Council Freshman Her college, and Council Annual activities, Staff.Dormitory Included She !!i':' ftrMANZATED \


Is Daughters a member of the of Confederacy.She the United. I

.0"" MANGD '
.
is a member of the facultyof a wan
the W. A. Hurst Elementary control.. ,
School in Holly Hill. i for better disease
Mr. Deen was born in St. Augustine s
other crop
and was a member of . and
the 1958 graduating clas of on potatoes
Bunnell High School. He was active
In band, athletics, Future
:Farmers of America and Methodist

Youth activities. ,
He attended the University of
Florida in Gainesville, receiving I
his degree in December. lie is I
/presently serving as National
I
President Student American Society
of Agricultural Engineers,
and secretary of Benton Engineering .....w..
I
Council at the University
of Florida.
He also has served as state
president of the Student American

Society of Agricultural En Manzate' D offers these advantages
.
gineers, Florida Blue Key Speaker :
and a member of Phi Delta
Theta fraternity. He was grant.
ed a Fellowship and Is now in i I

the graduate of Florida.school at the University I I U Controls many diseases on a vari Safe to use when applied at short, 't

Wedding date will be an ety of crops : intervals according to directions. ,
nounced later.
I *
H '
\ Won't clog nozzles.and
Among those In the local hospital I!! U Carries crops safely through rainy spray I
4
I small make better
particles contact
,
,for medical treatment are II and humid infection periods. .,'
Mrs. Jessie Muzyka Mrs. Richard I with! disease organisms
Cantrell, Marjorie Blakely,I

Dolores Deen. Mrs. Otis Nipper.j jt jI I I I l, . May be used with many of the Easy-to-use wettable powder

Mrs Gladys Deen Is a patient I commonly-used, pesticides. mixes easily. I'"

In the J. Hlllis Miller Medical ,1'..' ,
Center in Gainesville. She is receiving Cht ril .
rhernlnkI.Naw fitJg IlIIInKllnI..4 JMNIbtl'cs,4s Jfj.Qi.pNT
: medical treatment and . '!.. ..
:expects to 1x there about three

{more,weeks. Her room number ,

F639. "" :' -.'." .," ,!If. : ...-if'f ,.
t' ,
'. ". .
Dr. Allen Reynolds left Wed.
|[l1esdaY.to go to Chicago to at. < {J :
[tend'; .,,meeting of a dental asfsociatlon. -
He will be away a
week... I .cm*THINGS fen ACTTIA uvtNo... # 'OUCH uuurISIRr "





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PAOB SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday January

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I Cowart 75.7510)06enbeeh Ford 0 .0 Campbell 12-64 4 G. Miller (BB) 118- --48

I SPaNOTIR.ES'7s. ) 3 0.0 3 6 Cody 00-40 0 Flakes 00-23 0 I M. Tucker (BB) 9 32 28
M. Tucker 0 2.1 2 2
Rldaught 00-05 0 B. Bfeenbach (BB) 2 11 18
Jam8I 10.01 2 357.Q9372Hastings L. Rldaught 01-11 1

: Ford 00.02 0 Squad Quarter score: Bunnell Girls REQUEST FOR BIDS

I Johns 01-301 10, 20 30 40 Girls Bo Notice.rd of Is hereby given that the
(Continued from Pace 2) 47St. ; Keystone County Conmssi aers of
1'1 13.26 23 Barstow 1 0.1 5 2 14, 23, 34, 42. the Flagler following County county-owned Is offering for sale

Yellow Jackets were bigger both Byrd 02-412 ertq: prop-
Augustine Squad I
in size and rating and held a WoodB : ,< 52.5 5 12 Miller 1 0.2 3 2'':ANDERSON HOLDS FREE I list Platform. located scales on Tract for wclfblne* moe

slim 9.8 lead at the end of the Flatt : n 0 0.1 0 0 Lee 22-236 I THROW LEAD FOR THIRD pany'a. Johns Development Com-
(o
', ,, Padgett 00-20 0 WEEK: j welt ot overpass Condltlon-
first period. Westbrook 0 0.1 0 0 AS OTHERS TUMBLE scales ,", buyer)- tO take

After a neck-and-neck battlein Sterling 2 1.6 0 5 Butch Anderson, the foul lotser.r:3Vld. care

the first half, the Baby Bulldogs ThlagauIt 0 2.3 1 2 4 5.141213 shooting whiz of the Varsity, inflated 9:00 M. will February be received 1964.until -
ceA.
waged full war against' Epperson 1 1.7 3 3 Quarter score: Bunnell B, 4, 25, his average this past weekto cult the Court of, the Clerk oV the br-!

the Jackets in the second half Reese 0 .0 33, 37; Hastings 3, 9, 11, 13. 78 per cent with a 7-8 performance Florida. Courthouse, Bunnell.

and Walton Cowart, the squad'sbiggest Vaughn 0 0.3 0 0 FIZZLE AT FOUL LINE lit three games. Thisis The Board reserves of County the right Commissioners to-

gun, shelled them with Davis 10.002 FIGURES IN THIRD LOSS the third week in a row in reject any and all bids.
Dated at
Bunnell.
19 points as Bunnell sped to a Uslna 3 0.1 4 6 FOR PUPPETEERSThe which he has held the lead. Jim Yard day of January Florida A. D. this

47-31 victory. Glenn Miller was Bushore 0 1.3 d 1 Puppeteers made more Brown and Walter Townsend, ATTEST- & HUNTfcuairman

next highest scorer for the Bulldogs I 11111 0 0.0 1 0 field goals than the Keystone who were also shooting in the E. C. SMYTIIE. Clerk.
Jan. 30 Itc1ST
with 10 points, while Don I I,Heights girls, but a sloppy 6.25 70 per cent eateeorv. until this I

Woods had 12 for St Augustine. 12 7.321731 team free throw performance past week, slipped to averagesof FL.AGLKR TilE CIHCtTIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OP

The Baby Bulldogs second Quarter score: Bunnell B, 8, held the Bunnell girls back as 69 :tand 67 per cent. IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4810
FLOSSIE POPE
string ,got a chance to shake off 19, 34, 47; I St. Augustine B, 9, Keystone won it 42.40 on Friday Walton .Cowart (ho, hum) is Plaintiff

some rust Saturday against 17, 23, 31. night. still shooting 70 per cent for the VINCENT POPE v.

Hastings and, with the help of Bunnell Squad Alllda Tucker was the Puppeteers Baby Bulldogs and is still a Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
10 points by both Cowart and .' 'Fg'Ft F Ttl first lady with 16 points, considerable distance in front Of THE STATE OF FI/miDA, TO
'
Jack Knight, won hand down Cowart 5 0.0 2 10 and Sharon Townsend had 10. his nearest competitors. VINCENT POPE
Route 3, Box 379
37.13. M. Tucker 20-11 4 For Keystone, Jane McMurtry Name Ftm..Fta..1. Clinton, North Carolina

Bunnell Squad Knight 42.3 0 10 with 17 points and Ruby Smith B. Anderson (var) 36 46 78 suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you In a

Fg Ft F Ttl Robertson 10-21 2 with 14 lifted their team to the J. Brown (var) 31 45 69 the above entitled cause; and you

Knight 32-53 8Rocketti Rockett 05-72 5 heights. W. Townsend (var)' 22 33 67 are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer ,

00-05 0Millet Eisenbach 10-11 2 Bunnell Girls R. Tucker (var) 11 18 61 and plaintiff to serve a copy thereof uponthe
or plaintiff's attorney,
3 4.7 2 10 I Jarosz 20-01 4 Fg Ft F Ttl I E: Tucker (var) 11 19 58 whose name and address Is:

Dunson 12-93 4 I B: Moody '(var) 34 61 56 i Selden KAY SELDEN Building

I Weaver 00-04 0 I H. Kuleskl (var) 17 31 55 Daytona Beach Florida
i not later than February 17th, A. D.
iHargett, 30-44 6 I J. Seale (var) 6 11 55 .1964. .
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME A. Tucker 7 2.3 0 16 W. Cowart (BB) 30 43 70 I confesao If you fall will to be do entered so, decree againstyou pro

.: I Blakely 00-13 0 S. Brockett (BB) 34 57 69 for the relief demanded In the
A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director bill of complaint The nature of
Sharon Townsend 4 2.7 2 10 J. Knight (BB) 24 41 59 aid suit being for divorce.

I 'I t JOHN CAPO. Associate B. Tucker '10-10, 2 A. Ford (BB) 7 14 50 said WITNESS Court this my 14th hand day and of seal'Janu of

King 10-05 2 I' ary A. D. 1964.
. ..Am OXYGEN I NOTICE (Official Seal) E. A. SMTTHE '
LADY The Board of Public Instruction Clerk of said Circuit Court
I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I'\L EQUIPPED 6.221 40 will receive bids at their meeting 'I By Julia It Harvey,
ATTENDANT V' 4 to be held on February 4, 1964, Deputy Clerk
AMBULANCES Keystone, Gull at 9:00 A. M. for the following described Jan. 16.23.30 & Feb. 6-4tc

Fg Ft F Tt1 One (1)property acre of: land more or less I IN run CIRCUIT COURT OF
Phone ID 7-3532 McMurtry 6 5.113 17 located in the Northeast (NE) corner Fr.Ar.I-KR COUNTY. FLORIDA
of the Northeast quarter IN CIIANPRRY NO. 4811
201, E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Smith 6 2.2, 2 14 ) of the Northeast quarter WII.L.TAM TIKIINKY -
JNKU) of Section 31,
Wolfe Township 12. Plaintiff '
30-20 6 tanf. 29 East. .
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'u MARY COSTELLO TIERNEY'\
.
mane ui one-room wood rrame Defendant /
, I school building; located at (toy. NOTICE TO DEFEND '
'tI Bids cannot be less than the appraised TIlE STATE OF FLOW DA. TO:
\ value. MARY COSTELLO TIERNEY ")
It / \ Bids must be clearly marked as 357 Castleton Avenue
-' "Bids on School Property." New Brighton, New York
,. : ",'I. '" The Board reserves the right to You are hereby notified that a
reject any bid 1 *. suit has been filed against you IB
c.rO1I
'ioit '. .'. I Y; F. TUCKER the above entitled cause; and you
\ tI I' \ .\. t Chairman. are hereby required to *
., .... .. .f ATTEST: ewer with, the Clerk rlihr.oot,
i \ : r -.It' ? 7 Z.-U HOLLAND and to serve a copy thereof upon
:J"V r Superintendent the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
{ Jan. JJ-SO( -2to whose name and address la::
"J,1, HAY SELDEN
r REQUEST FOIL BIBS Selden Building
Sealed bids will be received' In Daytona Beach Florida I.
I ' the office of the City Clerk of the not later than February 17th, A.D.
S- oi City of Bunnell Florida. In the 1964.
", Civic Center Building, on or be If you fall to do so, decree pro
:1'' r tore 11:00 o'clock noon. On the 3rd confesso will be entered against
\: a ,. '..,. day of February, A. D. 1964 for you for the relief demanded in the
1 furnishing* materials and labor for bill of complaint. The nature of
J 1. paving; Anderson Street from said suit being for divorce.
Moody Bld.. to Holden Parkway, WITNESS my hand and seal of
and the
4 street circling Lake Lu ary. A. D. 1964.
'" clue and that portion extending (Official Seal) E. X SMYTHE
I i Into U. S. No. 1 with asphalt with Clerk of said Circuit Court
a minimum thickness of one inch. By Julia It Harvey

.. = "' ... tatp.The and.paving. cl 1Inl: Is material:to Include IOr:tack to Jan. 16-33-80 fc Feb.Deputy-4te Clerk
Is be ------
equal to the minimum specifications IN TUP. CIRCUIT COURT OF
..\ : required by the State Itoad De FLAGI.IR COUNTY FLORIDA.
: conihuctlnfg materials 1 IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4N07

---TI bid ,Is to nte; secondary submitted oadi on a dThe per THOMAS LEROY SNYDEU Plaintiff .

I ton basis for a complete job. vs.
the The City Commissioners reserve heresa Elizabeth Agnes Snyder
right to reject any and all olds Defendant
and to waive any Informalities In NOTICE TO DEFEND
bidding-. HE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
t'l WITNESS my hand and official Theresa Elisabeth Agnes Snyder \I
/ttl seal this Jilt day o( January, A. D. 407 William Street f
U44, Bound
:n Brook New Jersey
.,> Howell V. Peavy, Mayor You are hereby notified that a
'. City of Bunnell, Florida suit has been filed against you !.

I .' '..-1 \i ATTEST Nancy :C. Rodgers City Clerk are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you

I) I: '1 ., January 2330-2tc ewer with the Clerk of this Court an-
i1 and to serve a copy
M1L1i ') the thereof. .. _upon_ _
nlklnflff
or IIlalntlfl' - ...-.
I I whose name end address iitv.: "

. community-I Pelden RAT SELDEN Building ,

Dayton. Beach. Florida

F JlIIohL I f Memorial Church 1 not .later than February 3th A. D.

: ; : lat.r.4..1.a/bur It you fall to do so decree pro
confesso will be entered against
your for the relief demanded In
I C' AIR CONDITIONED the
; bill
of complaint The nature of
.1 Daytona Are, said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my; hand and seal of
-l FLAGLER BEACH ary laid A/D.Court 1914.this 7th day of JaQU-

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. (Official Seal) B. X SMYTHS
Clerk of
said Circuit
Court
Church Service 11:00 A.M. By Julia It Harvey

Helping Florida ; :.an. 9-1C-33-30 < Deputy Clerk
grow. . a W. DICKERT.WES.COMK PastorKVRRYO3R -- tcfflaglrr



mbr rthuniFVNNIcWti
The number of product*and services made,crown 1

processed or rendered In the Sunshine State btrowing '",/_t, HASTINGS MATTRESS 1 FLORIDA

by leap and bounds.(Take FPL.'S1UUIhhe y t

Service", for instance!) & UPHOLSTRY WORKS MRS
11.
D. FULLER. Editor
710-12 Lemon St.
And the number of people enjoying the benefit of I PaUtka. Florida

Florida-made products and enrke b rowing just Phone EA 5-9166 D*.l*..te4 OMelal .'..lIe.U..

as fait...just u fast as you and so many others Furnlru I f.r r.MI. ITedees .. 1atr

throughout the nation continue to buy them.Help ; I Repcdrea x&Upholstering Refinished : C....,, M.Silel*.ritlm4 .. tberela

A 'i';' boost this healthy Florida economy of ourt Next ; .. Mattresses & Box Springs I the Stale ., rt.....
J 'r time you're looking for a gift or a necessity for ., Mad ie Ordtr.Also Renovated t

1 yourself your family or the folk up North.. Call Laura Morris 4JT-3233 ; Entered as eert>Bd cites matter

: II think of Florida-made product firttt After 6:00 P. M. i February 6. 1113. at toe postcfflce
'
PftlCCS REASONABLE. at Bunnell. Florida,. under act .f
f' BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED ; March
<. art
e Just as nat as yonr
"
:: : FLORIDA. POWER LIGHT COMPANY I Phone or Post Office I

Drop Ua A Card or Call tee year -----...11.1.
Nrrtp4Ne left. toat.4 Free Pick-up & Delivery 81..au- -- .'LII i
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Thursday.,.. .._,.January 30, 1964 THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE.BUNNELL. FLORIDA . ... .. I PAGE.. .:SETVBN.. .
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", _1 --I 1- Fresh D and D Florida (2-.2ft Lb. Avg.) ,

1 the Ground ___ FRY E R S I. ,3 For -200

U. S. Choice _

EES OUR ROUND STEAK lbm 79

uMi'ROYEO Lean Tender .

VALUESHe'll All-Meat Stew Ib 691

Wilson's Certified SlicedBreakfast
He'll out. .
Bacon lb. 53'

(( I p ___ Wilson' "Com Kinc" Fresh Ground
CANNED HAMS HAMBURGER
., 3 Lb. Can $%39 3 Lb. $100

GQ. SIZE LeanWe.ternPORK

48Limit STEAKS Ib. 49


One Food With Order$5.00 or More PIG 1 FEET .................................6 Ib" $1

NECK BONES....................6 lb" 'I00

L5- RIB I TIPS ..................._................5 Ib" $100
HOG MAWS ........ .,..._....:5 "". $l00

GIANT SIZE REGULAR SIZE PIG TAILS I .............................Sib.. $1

THRILL COMET CLEANEREach OX TAILS I ................................4 Ibfc *1
Each 4ge'' 2 25c TURKEY NECKS........4 "". $1
(Limit (2)) Please (Save 4c Per Can)

.
-'= -
Heatproof Coffee Maker Packed With
KRAFT J 3 Pound 10 Ounces of

MAYONNAISEQuart rise o Tin MAXWELL Carafe Pack HOUSE
4
29Limit 58 INSTANT COFFEE
Jar 10 Oz. $449

((1) With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit (1) With $5.00 or More Food Order Jar I
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,
O'SAGE GEORGIA (Halves) No. 2Va Can OUR VALUE No. 300 Can

,1 PEACHES 4 Caws $100 PORK & BEANS 9 Fer $400

OUR VALUE (Early Variety) No.303 Can
DAIRY SPECIALS
KRAFT Qt.Bottle JUNE PEAS 6 For $1QO

ORANGE JUICE Each 4ge f
CHEFBOYAR.DEESPAGHETTI J5Y. 0:. Can
KRAFT 2 Lb. Pkg. MEATBALLS Far .$400
VELVEETA CHEESE 89 & 4

<< FROZEN FOODSSinleton >>
10 0:. Pic,. ioiir1 SO FREE 50 FREEGIFT 1
GIFT BOND STAMPS
With GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS '
57e purchase of
BREADED SHRIMP (1) 2 Oz.Bottle Johnson's< With purchase of With purchase of
Self-Shlning Shoe Polish (1) !/ Pound Package $5.00 or More Food '
McKenzie 10 Oz. Pkf. @ 49c LIPTON'S TEA Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
BLACKEYED PEAS 19C Sunday, Feb. 2, 1964 Sunday, Feb. 2, 1964 Sunday, Feb. 2, 1964

<< FRESH PRODUCETender >>
JuicyCORN
3 Ears Z5C '

Fresh Green
II"
': Lb.
'
Sef
CABBAGE
*.' ,..
Firm f"' . 1. ( Phone 437-3227
Ripe ; OPEN SUNDAYS I
t .f : a U.s.No,1 BUNNELL
8:00 a.m-l 100 p.m.
TOMATOES 23e QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED January 30,31, February 1 and 2, 1964I



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'. PAGE EIGHT, -- TilE FLAGLER. TRIDUNE, BUNNBI.L, FLORIDA .. hut day, January- 30, 1964
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Home was In charge of local ar-I. ASWAN DAM TO MOVE MAN
:ffagf&af1/ rangements. I Some 100,000 Egyptians and '
50,000 Sudanese<< Nubians will Park-In Laundry: and Dry Cleaners
METHODIST CHURCH have to leave their homes along -
Flagler Beach Elementary the Nile when the Egyptian As, ALSOJabaly's
Honor Roll Church school at 9:45 A.M.I .
School
I I wan High Dam is completed, Rug CleanersAND
Grade four-Suellen Seale, and morning worship at 11 o'
the National
I Geographic says.
1 Stella Weaver. clock with Rev. R. N. Hoover,
The Nubians
plan to resettle on
Duncan, Frederick minister.
Grade five-Pat the Atbara River close to the Bill's Shoe
Fruits, Pam McDaniel, The regular monthly dinner Sudanese Ethiopian border. Repair & Hat Cleaners f
Abbott and official board meeting will
Sandra Egyptians will go north to the WALTON JOHNSTON, AGENT f i
Grade six-Debbie Lucas, Mike not be held this Sunday. There '-
Bell, Ann Meekins, Kris Martel, will be several committee meetngs Kom Ombo region. ID 7-3575 BUNNELL i

,a ," Ilaines, Donna Filklns, and all members of them SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY I
Duncan.. ,,':* will''be notified.
I ;Cat s '
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Starting the first Sunday In ----
SISTER PASSED AWAY Lent, February 16, the Woman's
SUNDAY MORNING Society of Christian Service will NEW FASHIONS IN, FIRE ,INSURANCEThe
1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
I Kathleen Elmonda Gunter, 23, sponsor a church-wide study on fore insurance policies we writ. still give the same
of palatka, passed away January "Toward Christian Perfection" REPAIRS ON TV'S dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad
26 at the J. Hlllis Miller Hospital i each Sunday evening during WASHERSDRYERS dltlonal coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at'very
In Gainesville after a ,Lent. little extra coat.Remember. .
lengthy Illness.; I The WSCS will serve their an
Mrs. Gunter was born at Craw nual Smorgasbord Friday, February .Call Collect 672-0377 H. T. Cook Agency. ts ,ready to helpyoutake :
fordsville, Indo and moved to 7th.Members. ,'" advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
Florida In 1960. She was formerly ALL WORK GUARANTEED or stop In soon for foil details.H. "
employed at the Flagler of the Methodist
Clinic and Hospital In Bunnellas Men's Club attending the dis- T. COOK, AGENCY
Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank ,
Building Bunnell, Flo.
a switchboard operator. trio dinner and meeting In De-
She is survived by her husband Barry last Thursday eveningwere PETERSON TEXACO

Roger Gunter and son : Harry Treadwell,.'Lyman SERVICE
Roger, Jr. of Palatka; her mother, Gage, Cecil Thomas, C. B. Hull, ROAD SERVICE

Mrs. George Galloway of Wapa. Leonard Johnson, Rev. E. Lester Light Mechanical Work FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
koneta, Ohio; three slsters'Majot Stanton, Rev. R. N. Hoover, and Phone 437.3441 Bunaell
Marie Calloway, stationed In Roger Hoose.COMMUNITY. AMBULANCE
San Francisco with the United
States Army Nurses Corps; Mrs. CHURCH SERVICE pHONEVAley4)625( .
Louis Bayan of Lima, Ohio; Mrs. Dance to the Musicof ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
Sunday school at 9:45: with
James Stinebaugh of Wapakoneta ...
Ohio; a brother Tom Gallo. classes for all ages. Morning "The Casuals"AT Never be hesltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulaneer.We-
worship,,at 1} o'clock with Rev
way of Flagler Beach. are always at your service with promptness safety and
R. W. DIckert, pastor ,, THE
Services will be held at St. experience.
.....
'*'-'
Joseph Catholic Church In Wap- CHURCH .
akoneta, Ohio, Friday with burial BAPTIST BAMBOO COCKTAIL Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
, .at the $t. Joseph Cemetery. LOUNGE
Sunday: school at 9.45: A. M.:
Thomas Funeral Garcia Funeral HomeP.
William ,
and worship service at 11 with FLAGLER BEACH
Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor.. Train. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

I CLASSIFIEDADS ing Union at' 6:45: and evening. Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. LADY ASSISTANT ,,' .

worship at 7:30. .... ...... ... .... .. . .... ..
W.A1UY ............. ..".."..,....."..V..V.' ".Wt
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a "... 9w word .ach U..rtl...
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J FOR SALE Cabin lox 13 feet In
good condition with plumbing
fixtures and heater. Must bq
moved. Across from Bunnell
Restaurant. 1-30-ltp

1
FOR SALE Two Bedroom house.

Screened porch and garage,
Flagler Beach. Call 4392178.

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