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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 19, 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. 46 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. li), 19G4 ___ A YEAR
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,. Legion PlansChristmas I B &P W CLUB TO I St. Mary's Catholic Church I City Fathers

HEAR MISS JACKSONThe I

Fete I Flagler Business and .Professional I Anniversary Committee Presents Promote PellicerTo


: For. Community i j have as guest Woman's speaker Club tonight will I Gift of $100.00 to Band Parents Police Chief 1

I Ann Jackson of the Florida ,
Mary
Post 115 of The American I The City Commission voted to
Power and Light Co. MIss
Legion at its meeting Monday ) j promote Lt. Edwin Pellicer to

.\ evening in the civic center Jackson will give demonstrations !i Chief of Police, succeeding Wil ,
I and talks Christmas ]
i building announced plans for on I fred Hunter who recently had
lighting, Club President Rose :
Its annual 'Community Christ-1 been transferred to the street I
I mas :Tree and program. I mary Brown said today. ".J department as superintendent. i

The event will be held on the I The meeting will be at the. I Chief Pellicer has been with (
Bunnell Civic Center at 7:30 tonight
evening of Saturday, December the police force for abouve five
19,. and all children of the Mrs. Brown said the years. Spencer White has been a
will be to those
county are Invited to meet Santa meeting open A member of the force about a

and receive gifts of candy, etc. interested in attending. t year, He serves as night police. I

As Santa will be ar I I
planned I I
Frank M. Center of the Center
riving in the Locomotive of the Walton Johnston I .
and Batten Certified Public Accountants
I
Forty and Eight the fun and i
I presented the audit '
., honor society. It is also, com- Named To Take .
report to rthe fiscal year beginning
: templated that the locomotivewill I II October 1, 1903, and end.
be used to tour the countyto Ag. Census Here II I ing September 30, 19G4 at the
inform the public about the I commission
meeting Monday
community Christmas Tree. Ernest W. Johnston Jr., has I night

It is expected that the event I I been ..named In Flagler County t

will begin about 6 o'clock so for the 1964 Census of Agriculture Shown above are members of the St. Mary's Church Fiftieth Mr. Center said the audit

parents may take the younger I I I Crew Leader Dozier P. For Anniversary Committee presenting a check of $100.00 to officers showed the city's business has

children home after the event. j syth said today. lie will belongto of the Bunnell School Band Parents for ,their Uniform Fund. been well managed and has a

The post's Christmas party,,' a force of 23,000 throughout Left to right-Bandmaster Walter Morris; Treasurer, Bette Mc. good record keeping system. The t
an annual event will be held the nation temporarily employ. I city had operated within the
I Daniel; President, Evelyn Cook; Father Diego Conesa, administrator i V
at the civic center on the evening 'I ed for this years census of ag of the Catholic Churches In Flagler County; Lee Drazba, I budget and had money to carry n

of December 21, when the rlculture. The enumerators will General Chairman of the 50th anniversary committee. :over at the end of the year. ':

.. post members, their wives, children be trained in a special 4-day Mr. Drazba said the committee was presenting this gift in .
The city tax collections showed
and Invited guests will en. I home study course designed to appreciation for the beautiful concert presented by the Bunnell I I
a collection rate of 91.30
joy a banquet and gift exchange. I prepare them for the farm cen School Band In the afternoon of the 50th anniversary programon percent

Prior to these events, however,I sus, their crew leader said.A October 4. (Photo by Leonard Moody) j I If the railroad tax had J
I been for the
is danceat paid 1963-6.1 year I
the post sponsoring a I
the Palatka Civic Center with census of Agriculture is !the collection rate -w uldh ; i

Florida's TV recording star, Jim. taken every five years In the Postmaster Mercer FLAG GOES TO been 99.47<< per cent of the total "

my Strickland furnishing the years ending In "4" and "9" to TOP OF STAFF roll.

music. The dance will be held gather updo-date information Urges Check On
THIS MORNINGThe He also said the surplus of
the nation's
on Friday evening, November 27. on agricultural re
Money realized from the danceis sources and production. Such In. I Christmas MailingA United States Flag goes $421,530.11 represents the excessof
the city's assets over the city'sliabilities
for the American Legion'sCrippled formation In vital in making de. I to the top of the staff this morn
as shown on the bal
t Children's Hospital In cisions affecting many segments ing .after ra 30-day mourning T '
little UieThank.elvtn sheet
planning during1 ante
'Members of the IT.'S.; economy Datapathered -
St. Petersburg. 'of the period for Former President Herbert
I Holiday can help In the general and linkingfund
post emphasize that the danceis Include the number and C. Hoover who died October .
avoid
the "Christmas Rush, collections for these totaled
a public one and hopes peopleof size of farms, acreage and har 20. I
Postmaster Ray Mercer said to. $114,530.03 against anticipated
Flagler county will attend. vest of crops, livestock Inventory ig
30 revenue of $104,632.72, or an over I
The admission per couple is information on farm equipment day.The Duringthe -day mourning
the files at half collected amount of $9,878.23. (
nominal.A and Improvements, farm Bunnell postmaster has period Flag
the products sold, and on some production staff, beginning the day of the Expenditures for the funds to- t'
report was given on I some tips which will not only "
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death. totaled $99,173.13 against the estimated !
Veterans Day Parade and program : expenditures. Informa put ZIP Into Christmas mailing, :p,!
tion also will be collected on expenditures of $10-1-
held last Wednesday. It but will help local postal employees
I' C32.72, leaving I
an unexpended
was stated there were a few"snafus" use of fertilizers, insecticides, move t he record-break

1 r this year but plans for I and herbicides. ing mountain of mall that Is expected I Quarterback Club balance Tho estimated of J3.479.57.revenue statement (

next year will be for a greater I this Christmas season
I of the water fund shows
Hold
To Election of
and better parade and program. Closes
Bulldogs
1, Find last year's Chrlsmas estimated revenue of $32,600.00with
A made
report was on new
members and an initiation cere Season With mailing list If you don't find it, '65 Season OfficersThe collections of $33,281,00 or

mony will be held soon for these Friday or didn't have one, make one up. an over collected amount of
Bunnell Quarterback Club $681.00. Actual expenditureswere '
members. 2. Check to see that all addresses .
I Callahan HereThe will hold their final meeting of $21,077.29, leaving an unexpended
It also announced that
was I are correct
the with the election of balance of $8,322.71. f
year
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< the mld-winter conference will Bunnell Bulldogs finishes 3.
Wherever possible, add the officers for the 1963: football
be held In Orlando Saturday and. their season with a home game ZIP code to the addresses on the season. FIRST METHODIST
Sunday, December 1213. Legion with Callahan. The Bulldogs list Because ZIP code speeds

members will have headquarters I have a 4.4 season record going your mall. Always Include the The meeting will be held In CHURCH NEWSAt

at the Robert Myer Motel while. Into the final game. code for your area in return ad. the school cafeteria at 730.: the First Methodist Church
Auxiliary members will be at'
'I The Bulldogs lost to HastingsIn dresses. I of Bunnell Sunday, November
the Plaza Hotel.
Cherry their Homecoming: game last The ZIP Code for Bunnell Is THANKSGIVING :(22nd, the pastor Rev. Howard

I Friday night in Bunnell. 32010. This is the best way to Inform :SERVICE SET I II [tit. Porter will have for his term
Florida State Fair i youur friends, relatives on topic: The Yardstick of
I FOR TUESDAY 1I '
The first Half was scoreless. and business associates of the I Christian Giving-Love." at the

Set For FebruaryA I Hastings scored In the last two code number for your area. Next Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. 11 o'clock worship hour.

I periods. Dickie Irvin caught a 4. Determine your list of gift I Ii I them will be a special Thanksgiving At the evening service' Dr. JoeA.

new concept in agricultural 20 yd pass from Allen Smyly i purchases which must be malt I Service at the First Baptist Tolle, district superintendentof
exhibits will be featured at the i I for Hastings first TD. In the ed. Such planning allows you to Church. The speaker win the DeLand District of the t

Florida State Fair, February fourth period Irvin ran over from shop early when selections aid'I be Rev Thomas Pinner, Jr. Methodist Church, will bring the

2.13, 1965. "Die University of the 15 yd line to make the greatest and you can stock up The service Is sponsored by message at 7:30, followed by a

Florida Institute of Food and score 12.0 Hastings. on mailing materials in ad. the Protestant Churches In the pedal quarterly conference.All .

Agricultural Sciences will work vance. Be sure to purchase area and Is to be a Joint worship members are urged to be

with the Florida State Fair in Senior Citizens enough material so that parcels service of Protestants and Cath present for both these service \

developing the exhibit building"! will be packed securely.The olics. The Junior and Senior High I

reports Dr. E. T. York, Universityof Met Tuesday NightThere postmaster emphasizedthat The Protestant Churches have Methodist< Youth Fellowship

Florida Provost of Agriculture. poorly wrapped and loosely I given special Invitation to those will meet at the church at 6 o' ,

The exhibits will emphasize 1 were 33 members pres. packed cartons are among .of the Catholic Church It.Is. I clock for transportation to na,.
the Importance of agriculture to ent when the Flagler Senior jor causes of parcel post ma'j!hoped that this will further create let Beach where the will be invited .

the total economy of the state Citizens dub met Tuesday evening age. He also>> suggested that the a spirit of understanding. guests' of the FUgter

and will Illustrate the wide variety at the Woman's chub address be written on only one The Ecumenical Council has II Beach Methodist Youth Fellowship .

of outstanding career opportunities building In Flagler Beach. FOI'I side of the exterior wrappingand I.given Catholic members the for a program and refreshments. .

in fields relating to lowing a potluck supper at that a duplicate addreu be privilege< of worshiping with .

agriculture and agribusiness. I p. m. those attending played ) incluuded Inside the carton. This Protestants and this will be the

Wilson Sparks Assistant Manager ,cards and other games until ad. I II helps assure delivery even If the fine attempt at a combined worship The Sargasftum fish exhibited; !

of the Fair, states that ap1proxlmtely I I I joumment ;outer wrapping comes loose. service here since the Council by Marlneland. ulll swalUw Its

7,500 square feet of I I At the next meeting of I 'The cooperation of all mail has granted Joint worship. own weight In other fish: in a
view
exhibit space will be available I[Club Dec 1, members will ers is vital for us to deliver each Sermon topics at the Baptist jingle day. But the Great Swallower -

In this building. {slides of scene photographed at I holiday card letter and package Church Sunday morning "If You a deep water specimen,

Mr. R E. Cheat, Universityof I!Yellowstone National Park by before Christmas Day. A little II Won't Serve Cod. How To Escape. will swallow a rift several. timesits

Florida Agricultural Engineer I,I,Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastor of planning will make the Christ' i him" I own wtlgtt anti carry it in

I* serving as Chairman of the Methodist Church In Hagler mas rush less hectic for every. The evening topics will be an extended stomach until di

the Planning Committee. Beach.: one," he said. i"!tow Many Will God Use?.' grated







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Thursday, Dec. 19, 1964
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- bits decorating the car Friday afternoon Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

Stuffing The Melt butter in a small skillet, I and was very pleased with i
add celery and saute until ten the results.
Turkey ForThanksgiving der.Set I Mary Pache, Reporter. !

Set aside aside, in combine a smallturkey toasted I LIBRARY CLUB NEWS I I I II 4t ,..t-...v .'. 'i t'facc'c': : ...

bread cubes, salt, and nutmeg. The Library Club welcomed a
To give your Thanksgiving Add cranberry pineapple sugar, new member to the club recently I II
turkey a gourmet touch, try a mixture and sauteed celery. Mix her name is Sandra Deen. I II
really different turkey stuffing. I well Yield: 7% cups stuffing. This brings the total club membership -I
Add spices, fruits, nuts, meats, to 18. The Library Club
fish or cereals to the basic bread Continued To Page 6 I
stuffing for Interesting flavor I II
and texture. I,3sctw/I c1tiljh s avm.
Allow three slices of bread for HASTINGS MATTRESS
each pound of dressed poultry,' School News & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
advises nutritionists with the
710.12 Lemon St.
Florida Agricultural Extension 7.A NEWS
.Service. 7-A was proud to enter a float Palatka, Florida
Tear or cut the slices into uniform In the Homecoming Parade, Phone... EA 5-9166
pieces, using either freshor even prouder to come in third Repoirea Furnitu i.&Upholstering Refinished .
day-old bread, before com place. We would like to thank Mattresses & Box Springs
bining other ingredients. This Mr. Clifton for allowing us to I Made to Order Also Renovated
helps all pieces to become evenly have a float We would like to Call Laura Morris 4373233
moist and seasoned. For best thank Mr. Lenssen for loaningus I After 6:00 P. M. lnlrtq tfoWt, .piptioft, to'Cabbage

results, prepare the stuffing Just the wagon, Mrs. Bernie Wilson PRICES REASONABLE
before using. for supervising the work, BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. J\\ IItWSfo'uI { )
Fill the turkey cavity no more Mr. Peterson for shelter for the I Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office
than 3/4 full to allow for the' float, and Mr. Eldon Knight for I Drop Us A Card or Call
swelling of the filling duringthe pulling it in the parade. Free Pick-up & Delivery I,
roasting time. Home economists The float committee consistedof I .. - -
do not recommend freezing Barbara Wilson and Lesa
prepared stuffings, becausethe Knight. We would like to thank
stuffing ,becomes very wet them along with all the boys
and uninviting after thawing or and girls who worked on the ?
roasting.For float and rode on It. worms
a delicious, different fill I'm sure they were proud to
Ing try this cranberry-pineapple represent our class. .;
stuffing. Reporter, Beth Matherly. ." ', f
1/3 cup butter or margarine
/4 cup chopped celery 8-A CLASS NEWS 'xK! \ t
6 cups toasted %lnch bread The Junior Cheerleaders in our ,': ,
cubes class are: Nancy Hargett, Ma. .
% teaspoon salt ria Hugas, Janet Cook and Kathy ,t't 'i'",
U teaspoon nutmeg Bourne. f!.. M
IVt cups fresh cranberries, Our great B Team Football "
chopped Players are as follows: John
1/3 cup _sugar Cody, John Cook, James Robertson
1% cups drained pineapple tld John McDaniel, Gordon

-. ,.., Worley, Charles Clegg and Mike
Robinson.
PETERSON TEXACO We hope to have a prize r -

SERVICE winning float in the Homecoming .
ROAD SERVICE Parade on November 13.

Light Mechanical Work I Reporter, Carol Townsend. _
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rhODe 4373441 BunneU'
FUTURE TEACHERS i :
OF AMERICA CLUB N
"Let's Brew a Victory," was i
MILLER
the theme for the F.T.A. car
ELECTRONICS which placed first in the home.
coming parade Friday after.
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. noon. '

REPAIRS ON TV'S The car which was driven by
Beverly Cumins and Janet Sal
WASHERSDRYERS yerds displayed a large kettle,
with genuine smoke. Marilyn
McFarland was disguised as a
Call Collect 672-0377 witch stirring the VICTORY

ALL, ,I'WORK GUARANTEED. I BREW.The entire club took part in
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Spray DlBROM and within minutes every cabbage worm you hit will be dead or I

dying.And that goes for iphids and !loopers, too. In fact, DlBROM kills more than .

130 different insects, including most resistant ones.
In Florida.
. What's more, you won't find more effective phos

after beer is phate than DlBROM It has a short residual life leaves
bowling naturalAfter
a no harmful residue. So it's easy on beneficial Insects

you've bowled game or two,or when you're winding up 1 \ \ and workers can return to the field a few hours after

the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,it's good to relax ORTHO spraying. It' compatible with most other
with friends and compare scores.What better way to add to the pesticides. Safer
sport and the sociableness than with a refreshing glass of beer? t to handle than most organic phosphates
However you take your fun-beer'always makes a welcome DIBROM DIBROM is concentrated for
addition to the party. economy.Jut mil it with

Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that water and spray. Then watch the cabbage
live in land of worms fall!
we a personal freedom-arid that our right to enjoy
beer and ale,if we so desire,is just one,but an important one,of \\ "t\ 1/rrf/" "Helping the World Grow Better"
those personal freedoms. ,
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Thursday Dec. 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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T-i1 Mon., Tues., Wed.,
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WHOLE, It 4ge BUTT HALF SSe Center Slices 7ge ROUND BONE ROAST Lb. Sge ,

Azalea All Meat (12 Oz. Pkg.) World' Best FLAVOR AGED CHOICE
FRANKS 3 Pkl' $1 GROUND BEEF Lbs.2 8ge FAMILY STEAK Lb. 59*


Oysters Hens Ducks Giblets Stuffing I ALL MEAT STEW ">. 69C

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Dec. 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE.: BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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THESE PRICES ARE GOOD
NOVEMBER
19th THRU NOVEMBER 25th, 1964
I WE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVINGWilson's

,ENJOYS FAMILY
Dr. and :Mrs. Reynolds Certified
GET
TOGETHER
((10-16 Ib Avg.)
Visits Here With SUNDAY NOON

Son and FamilyDr. Members of the Cantrel fam Hen TURKEYS Ib. *

and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsare ily enjoyed a get together at the 39 '
visiting here for a short home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
time with their son and daughter Bowden in Haw Creek Sundaynoon
in law, Dr. and Mrs. Allen with a picnic dinner. Lean Western FRESH Lean Western FRESH
Those enjoying the affair
Reynolds and family. They are
enroute to Cocoa and are visit were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cantrell PORK HAMS PORK SHOULDER
ing with their children. of Fort Pierce. From Bunnell
The Dr. Reynolds Sr., have. were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Can. (Half or (Half or
just finished a tour of 17 months trell and Pen; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Whole) Lb. 550 Whole Lb. 41-
with the United Nations in the Lynn, Tammy Lynn; Frankie
Hoff and children, Gena and
Philippines where he was work.
with diseases In the citrus Cambie; Mr. and Mrs. Mac King
Ing U. S. D. A. Choice
industry. He plans to teach in and children Hal, Gewn Macky BONELESS U. S. D. A. Choice TOR r..
Miriam and Britt Mr. and Mrs. Bottom Round
;
one of the Junior colleges next ROAST
year. I Jack Hosford; Mr. and Mrs. Henry or Rump ROUND STEAK
I Wells, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas
Pinner; Lb. 79* Lb. 89C
Mrs. D. D. Moody and Nita From Savannah, Ga. was
are spending a few days in Or.I Brice Hosford who is stationed
lando with her daughter, Iona there with the U.S. Army; Mr,
Moody. and Mrs. Bruce Lynn of Jack Wilson's Certified (14.16 lb. Avg.) SMOKED
---- Mr. and Mrs. Bernie
Hlrschi sonville and children Lisa and H || 0 Whole or Full

GULF LIFE INSURANCECO.. Bill of Espanola. ft HI O Shank Half Ib.Ib. 49


LEE B. MERCER AgentP. NURSING FLAGLER COUNCIL COMMUNITY Certified FRESH ((5.7 lb. Avg.)
O. Box 518, Bunnell

Phone 437-3460 MEETS The Flagler TODAY Community Nursing Baking HENS 39*
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r Council will meet at 9:30: .
this morning at the Methodist -

SKATING MARATHON Church. This will be the an Red& White CUT 303 Can
nual election of officers for the
November 28, 1964 council as well as planning for HERSHEY'SSUGAR GREEN BEANS 6 For $1
10 p. m. to 10 a.m.CAPITOL the Loan Closet.Investiture .

Our Value 303 Can

For Brownie Service Troop EARLY JUNE For $
SKATING RINK Thursday was Investiture Day 5 Bag 29* _PEAS 6 fRed

*Entry Fee $3.001st for Brownies Brownie took Troop part 701 in the when serv 14 .Limit 1,with $5.00- or .lore. food., order. & White 303 Can

ice. Pins were awarded to the Cranberry SAUCE Z' For
prize $25.00 3ge
troop members. Red and White EVAPORATED
2nd prize $15.00 Brownie Pins were awarded tothe Tall $ 00 Red & White SLICED No. 2 CanCans
new members who were: MILK 8 1
3rd prize $10.00 PINEAPPLE Each
Carol Hardln, Linda Nipper 33e
" Entry open now-deadline Wila Clark Jean Blondheln,
Debra Lynn Cooper, June Blon
Nov. 28 at 8:30 MAXWELL HOUSE (AH Grinds) DAIRY
p.m. heln, Jo Ella Cooper, Peggy SPECIAL-
Blondhein Mlna Wadsorth
Kathy Buckles, Susie Sparkman, COFFEE Philadelphia Plain 8 Oz. Pkg.
Susan Clegg, Marcy Strickland
RED SEZ. . and Jannell Revels. 1 Ib. QCREAM* CHEESE 35*
Pins for membership Tin V
one
Does your T V Have a year
Headache? I were awarded to: Robin Pel- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS _
Is your Antennae Bent? licer, Debbie Holdridge, Elaine
Has your Tube quit Weeks, Mary Lou Koczwanski, Pet Ritz 24 Oz.
Ronda Williams Jan Perryman,
sparking? Large Pascal
Is Your resistor resisting? Kathy Mayfield, Paula Klwala, Each PUMPKIN PIE Each 45*
SeeBEACHCOMBER Cheryl McGriff, Judy Powers CELERYFancy 10*
and Gall Tucker.
TV Dottie Tucker attended her Tender
SERVICE
first meeting. The group sang a 'Ib.
Stan
Farnsworth
POLE BEANS
number of songs and refreshments 1ge
or
Dave Watkins were served. Gro-Cran FRESH 1 lb. Pkrr.CRISCO OILCRANBERRIES
leaders announced the
Troop
2 Miles North of Pier
439.2069 troop membership was closed 23* Giant
for the presentContinued
Flagler Beach, Fla. 480z. Bottle 48C
r.e.e. To Page 8 Ga. Red SWEET
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POTATOES "". Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
3 39*

Open Friday BUNNELL Open Saturday

After Game THEATRE 4:45 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREEvw


....................FRIDAY....................&.......SATURDAY. ................................. GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS <'
i I>f1RG6OJmUAYtR.... A JACK Q.I.IILG IJIII) i i With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

i ELVIS PRESLEY2 lIIa is I'I'il (1)FROZEN MRS. SMITH'S PIES Va ICE Gal.CREAM Foremost $5.00 or Order More Food

MIMMGR sO1Sfs i iL. \ Coupon Void After J \ Coupon Void After / \ Coupon Void AfterWednesday
[Wednesday, Nov. 25,1964)) (Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1964 ) i Nov. 25
i ......................................... ...f'&XI ", : : . 1904

One Showing Only Friday Night Following The
Bunnell Football Camel!

SUNDAY & MONDAYOpen

Sunday 6:45 Open Monday 6.45

"It is unlikely that you will experience in "II
A Lifetime all that you will ee in-" III'-


THE CARPETBAGGERSRecommended

Phone 4373227
for Adult & Mature Teenager Only OPEN SUNDAYS ] U.S.No.
8:00 1 tOO 1 BUNNELLPrices
No Children Admitted. sum p.m.

Quantity Rights Reserved Good Nov. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 1964Thursday





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elementary library. All club rived-all newoomes except three, Helen Field*
BUNNELL Books Are DishBy
My I. P. members have been keeping and they all ,told us they liked **" Georgia
&
SCHOOL NEWS busy accessioning books, typing Dorothy HomansWe to read and would gladly read O. 07.1

cards, and doing all of the other anything.We Marlon Clinton FM4
Continued From 2
Page; have been In P. O. Box 4*
such stateof
that had to be done a filled their
things hurriedly up Pearson, Geor yyy
"Welcome" Sandra! transfer the shock lately, we could hard SliD NO. IIt.l
says before we could arms with a book on fortune

The treasurer of the club has books to the library. The location ly paste in book pockets at the telling, HOW TO KEEP YOUNG Fr..k T ,-
ITtU ...vard
oecIM
I been; keeping busy lately collecting of the library Is in the old Flagler Woman's Club Library. WITHOUT EVEN TRYING, a I1..daa, 0Ia1 orn'SRD .

money for dues, and also kindergarten building. We were First we were told a newcomer complete set of Mark Twain and i I N0 101.1 -

taking up money for the customary very proud of ourselves for getting to the Beach asked "Where Is a book on Cricket To top It ala I Marl M. Tldw*li Thon j> #n. )

club pins for the new the library ready in time the library In this town. We newcomer saw the Wall Street Resedea 17941 Roscoe, California Boulevard

years of 196465. The membersare for Children's Book Week. We I can't live in a town that hasn't Journal and wanted to read It! SRI NO. 107.1

also having the yearly debate I still need books to help fill the. a library." She should have Betty Tidwell

on what type of pin to get, shelves, and any books of elementary come here two years and two The largest snail In American 119 P. O.North Box Orchard 674 Street

the sterling silver one or the age ,that you would weeks ago, when there was waters Is the Florida horse Watertown.SRD NO.New 107.1 York

gold plated. But whatever the wish to donate would be greatly none. We survived It, but we I conch, which may attain two r

choice is, the new pins will be appreciated. are not the same. I feet In length, according to Marineland James 119 North Brewer Orchard Tidwell StreetP.

here soon and you will see the "Senior" Reporter, We agree with Somerset of Florida. O. Box 674
Watertown. New York
members proudly "sporting"their Jack Wethertlngton Maugham suffering does not --- SRD NO. 107.1
around. f improve And then six tx: THE people.
new pin FLADLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA PARCEL. NO. 107.1 BORROW PIT
readers in search of a book ar IN riiANCinr<< NO. 4iw BORROW PIT NO. 2 LEFT
One of the main projects of LENORA M. 81KES.. IWF.OIT' u.p.4.1nI... lUll'.Inn
v.-pv
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Flagler :
Plaintiff Thatpart of
the Club for this month I
Library v.. The SBfc of Section 32 Township
has been the forming of an I $2.50 A Year In Advance JOHN D. BIKES, 11 South. Range Si East;
CLASSIFIEDADS
Defendant described as follows:
NOTICE TO IIEFENUTILE Commence on the South line of,
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: aid Section 12 at a point 369.46
JOHN D. SIKESALEXANDRIA feet West of the Southeast corner
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT VIRGINIA thereof and run North 18"20'19.
West 2728.98 feet; thence South
You are hereby notified that a 71'89'41" West (00 feet to the
suit has been filed against you In Northeast corner of Borrow Pit
AMBULANCE Listings under this heading are the above entitled cause; and you No.1 for the POINT OF BEGINNING -
3 cents a word, each insertion. are hereby required\ kto"flhr.o'gO gnawer ; From said Point of Begin
PHONE VAlley 1625 75 cents is the minimum charge with the ning run South 89'09'4l West
_ SERVICE and to serve a copy thereof upon 720 feet; thence South OO'SO'W
the plaintiff or attorney, East 1050 feet
AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA plaintiff's ; thence North
ST LOST-Two 1 black and
dogs, whoa name and address Is: 89"09'41Eut 720 feet; thence
tan and 1 Walker Hound. Notify WILLIAM H. OREEN North 00"50'19We.t.. lOGO feet
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We 234 MOUTH REACH STREET to the Point of Beginning;
Bo Manuel in Bunnell, phone DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA CONTAINING 17.85
not later than November 23. A. D. acre, more
are always at your service with promptness safety and 437.3215 after 3:30.: Reward. 1964. or lees.ALSParcel.
No.
experience. 11-19-ltc If you fall to do so. decree pro 107.1 Continued
confesso will be entered against you HAUL ROAD FOR BORROW
for the relief demanded In the bill NO.2 PITThat

Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator BARGAINS IN SHOE SKATES suit of complaint.being for The divorce.nature of said part of:

for sale, Just like new $10.00 WITNESS my hand and seal of The SE% of laid Section 32;
Garcia Funeral Home and up. A-l condition. Capitol said Court this 27th day of OctoberA. described as follows:
D. 1964.Official Begin at the, Northeast corner
Skating Rink, Korona. ll-19-2tp ( Seal) SMYTHE of Borrow Pit No. 2 as located
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Clerk of said Circuit Court above and run South 0050'19 East
Oct. 29 & Nov. II-U-1II-Ho 2.S4 feet; thence North 7l'39'41"East
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, _
LADY ASSISTANT --- 5wUJe to the Westerly
bargain at $5900.00. Reasonable IN TIIR CIRCUIT counT OFKL.AULKH right of of State Road 9
wvuwvwvuwwv COUNTY, FLORIDA '(1-95)); thence North 1S20'19 West
terms, located In center of Bun IN ('IIANCl ROBERT OWENS. feet!; thence South 7139'4l West.
'J" '; :: nell For information phone Plaintiff. 150 feet to the Point of '
,, 4373719. 1149-4tp v.. CONTAINING 0.41 acre, more frOWNED
\; I LORETHA OWENS, lelli.
.uerenaant. BY: ELIZABETH
N. TID-
FOR SALE-Four good used NOTICE TO DKFHND WELL, KATY J. TIDWELL LE-
: CALL THE STATE OF' FLORIDA. TO: GRANDE and husband WALTER
: 650 x 16 tires; one trailer flush LORETHA OWENS O. LEORANDE. HARRY E. TID.

: toilet complete with fittings, 1 whose residence and post WELL, and wife IDA MAE TID-
1 I ,." office address are unknown. WELL. JOHN F. TIDWELL and
contour easy chair and 1 coffee You are hereby notified that a wife ZORA LEE TIDWELL, MAO- ,
table. Phone 4373380. 11-19-lt suit has been Sled against you In OlE M. TIDWELL: EATMAN and
the above entitled cause; and you husband WILLARD BATMAN TOM
are hereby answer C. TIDWELL. JAMES O. TIDWELL
kto"flhr.o'O
Have Watkins Route availablein with the : t, and wife ANl'fETTE TIDWELL
.Bunnell Motor and to serve a copy thereof uponthe WILLIAM HAMPTON TIDWELL
this area for $137.50 per week plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, and wife EDITU TIDWELL MAUl-
whose name and address Is: ON
CLINTON FIELDS
man. If you are determined, JOSEPH W. HATCHETT HELEN FIELDS, JAMES and BREWER wife,

,well-met, sober character, and 61} S. CampbellDaytona TII>WELL and wife BETTY TID-
Beach. Floridanot WELL,
MARIEL M.
anxious to make money, you later than December 19, A. D. THOMPSON and husband TIDWELL FRANK
.
may be the man that we are 1964.If THOMPSON HARRY BYRON TID.
you fall to do so. decree pro WELL and wife GERALDEEN'
TID
seeking For personal interview confesso will be entered against WELL, THOMAS JACKSON TID
you for the relief demanded In the WELL.
and wlte
Company 'tn( your area, write Mr. McGarIty bill of complaint. The nature of TIIJWEL FRANCES FRANKIE LEE
MARION'TIDWELL
: said suit for
being divorce.
P. O. Box 627, Williston,i WITNESS my hand and seal of EDDIE CAPPS CAPPS BARBARA and husband

," 32696. 11.12.3tc said Court this 17th day of November WELL CONIs1 DUANE TID-
A. D., 1964. TiDWELInd
'. I
I ([OiQclal Heal) E. A SMYTHE EtiN&I W> hr.LLE
6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG, Repossessed Clerk of said Circuit Court

: } 64 model swing needle By Julia It. Harvey TAKE Declaration -
his
been
lf.lV #e!'ltcC1uk ot Taklrtr
437-3301 lal-o-Matic[ like new. Makes Nov. A Dec. the iHrn. .ve'.iKyled cause by the filed Pe In

hundreds of fancy stitches, IN TilE CHiri'IT' COI'HT EV- : thes:.pee3fn.rlf authority
ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN of> the lands t for
makes above-deecrlbed
automatic buttonholes
/ ANI> ron TIIK STATE OFK1.0IUI1A. the
.
... purpose M forth In the Pe
COrNTY OK .LAG.J.I'
sews on buttons blind hems tltlon In this
(at.1 P. cause vii
I' : As right
n IN ('IIA CI<:nY. CASK M>.
I embroiders dams 4 WiltGUANZIE for a portion of State
monograms, ,
Florida
s )
O. STEPHENS. snd that
patches, etc. assume remaining the Honorabre
Plaintiff
: Commercial Household Howell w. Melton,
-:- .v. one of the
5 of credit Judges
.., payments $7.95. ph RUBY I* STEPHENS of the Circuit Court
I
mgr. 2538106. D .endant : Mill non December I 3,1164 nSrlda 00!
UIVOHCKTO at
Nov. 5.12.2tp : RUBY L. STEPHENS. P. M.. In ler County- Pnur
house at Bunnell,:
Florida, consWeJnilnt
Route No. 4, P.O. Box 4JO

;; FOR SALE Ford half ton pick You Hickory are hereby North Ift Id'ath&t a Order Declaration asptla Courtndeems of Taking?,roper ap-

up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After Complaint for Divorce has been All parties
FOR filed against to the suit| and all :
and ..,
you you are
6 P. M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf jartlrJnir
quired to serve a copy of our e11ea appear *
wer or Pleading to the : r.-I nat.d. the *n P>ace de.lg
I MUST SELL waterfront home, 2 on the Plaintiffs attorney:
.. I W. U Wadsworth commended; 't eha
bedrooms, large Florida room, P. O. lion m to ppearub7: | Clingean

Itt baths, reasonable, 304 Palm and Bunnell.Ale the Florida original! Answer or I Answer filed In to this the cause Petition In the heretofore entitled

GAS FUEL OIL Circle Drive, Flagler Beach. leading. In the office of the Clerk of Court, on or before the Jilt day
of the Circuit Court on or before December A. D. 1964 to show
Oct. 29.5tc the nth day of December A. D. what right title interest or lien

3 lflJr.ou/. . :other ubove deser bed landi and
II.V> Jl0 ? Judgment
WANTED AT ONCE show
-Rawlelgh by cause
I will be taken against why the same should
Dealer in Flagler Co or Bunnell, you for the relief demanded In the not be taken for the uses and purproses -

LUBRICATION NEEDS write Rawlelgh Dept FA J 360 3, 'olrr.;: i.nND! ORDERED at Bun.nell. flied hf'N'ln.set forth in the Petition

Florida, this 17th day of November. WITNESS and &aI
n this of
Memphis, Tenn. Oct 22-5tp I thl. Court 17th day
of :
DSMTTHE: A ovemHft -
E. !>' 1944.
WANTED IRONING to do at my Clerk Circuit Court ; SMYTIIE
County, Florida Clerk ot the Circuit
home, reasonable. Pick up & de By a5':1 It. Harvey In and for FlaCler Count Court.

PRODUCTS livery. Phone ID 73669.1024tf (Circuit. Court Seal) Deputy Clerk By Florida.: Julia n. Harvey

QUALITY Nov 19-2 A Dec. 'eU-He James 3. Rtehaidson'

IX Tilt CIRCUIT COURT Of TUB Holland Bulldlnll'
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain "KKVril JflllCIAL. CIRCUIT, Tallahassee. Florida
1A>I) von KLAUI.RR roi.\. of Counsel for the ''t'oners.M.q '
.r .
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable T"'. FLORIDA. LAW NO. .M Noy U.U Ie Dee. a.1G-4tc

prices. Call George Ja- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
OF FLORIDA an Agency of
roz. ID 7>3410 8-1-tf the State of Florida.

LOW COST y Petitioner I. a br Jrlaglrr m ribunrIIUNIiELI

CONSTIPATED? EDDIE CAPPS. et al.. I

To prove PHUN-BVAC containing Defendants. FLoRIDA
Prunes Flo A Senna la world'* XOTICK OK An..: NISI
Smo-o-th..t. beet and moat natural .SOT UK OK .:"I't:\T DOMUX
laxative, hurry to 'ROtOt-.U'l' ),IRS,
FAST SERVICE : MOODrS PHARMACYfor IN THE NAME AND DY THE FULLER Editor
AjmiOIUTY OF THE STATE OF
renerous 'i :111o SAMPLE or
40 tablets for 1.000.004 To ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. o..l..a' OOJH.I ...
old each year. CERN and to all Arsons and par- .II et...
lien claiming! or having any right1title I f.. ravel. X...... er F/ogles
'""
"" Interest estate, mortgage. or I C.... ..
other lien to or on those certain ..'..lItI.. thesrle
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLEa parcels of land tierelnafter d.. sad the
et.te
scribed and the follewlnr ef ".rI.a
persons.
SERVINGAll BEACH BCALTT CO. together with *" unknown l persons
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LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT claiming by. through or under Entered
I known persons who are dead e r u second due matter

WATER FRbNr. FARMS or T.10.aU..l are not known te be dead February e. Ifij. at the pwtomce

ACREAGE flHC""TmN UM1-1I.., 8tts RMei at BunnelU Florida, under
9 (I-M) FLAftLET act of
St. US for your real estate Doleda Name and Address C'OD'iTT- March 3. UT*.

Flagler County Office Phone lIE 9-2342 Clinton Fields I

Residence Phone ID 73691 vieQ arloa Clinton Fte4da I One year ? .1.1.-
Box tit
or ID 7-3517 .".rMA, Georgia 8U DoaUu IUIPAGE
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Dec. 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNEUU FLORIDA YALE.Vaqer SEViiN

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I the Scoutmaster, Leonard John. land, visited a few days this grant**, creditors, Hep** or other

. & ;iII son, Asst Scoutmaster Hugh weekend with Mrs. Adams' ptrtlee or aaJD.t clalmle :MlDRIJ'fA t..l'OtJa.D.UDQr .

Arnold, and Institutional Repre mother, Mrs. Jennie Newell and any and, deccs-ed: R wlf... It

sentative Rev. Lester Stanton. family. JOSEPH LBfJTBR and

LJ: T1DR. hi. wife If any. If I living
. f ROBERT D. KENDALL. JR. of Cubs coming for the Satur They wish to thank everyone i. KOHTII OUMOMI1HSTHHT DRAINAGE I and If dead their unknown
who helped make the memor heirs at law devisee., legatee
day program, besides many JVOTICK OK M>l) O\VJNmtSJIIBMTIMJ grantees, creditors. Honors, or other
Mr. and Mrs Robert D. Kend. able occasion possible. I IWOMAN'S I i parties claiming by, through
all announce the arrival of a more hundreds of the families Notice I II hereby given that a under or against JOI>PQ ....ter
and friends of the Scouts. This meeting of the Owner of Land slt- I and-Lester, his wife If any,
son who was born November 12 CLUB BAZAAR ualed in the North Qrmond Drain.age I deceased.;
was the largest attendance the District in Volusla and .'l.l'ltr ItAURA MALLBR andMALUKU -
at the Halifax Hospital in Daytona Counties I* hereby called to I her husband if any If
Beach. He has been given local district ever got out I SET FOR SATURDAY at the offlc of the Dlitrlct at h.g living, and \If dead their unknown
Seabreese boulevard, D a y ton. heir at law devle, legatees,
the name of Robert Dixon Kend Our boys were divided into The Flagler Woman's Club beach Florida same being In theCounty grantee, creditors, I tenors, or
of Volusla on Tuesday, D.- other parties claiming by through
all. two patrols, which made their I I will sponsor the annual bazaar rember 16. mi, .t 2 o'clock 1' U. under or against Laura Mailer and
I for the II Mailer, her husband If
own and cooked their rlfget
camp, own
and lunch from noon to 7 P.M. visors and other business; any. deceased;
LOCAL SCOUTS AT food, and did all the things that may com before the meettntr.
on Saturday, November 21, at I H POMRIIANZ and-----
SCOUT-0-RAMA which Scouts do in I : At such election haD and every I'OM1UtANZ. hi. wife If any, If
camp. of land
the club house. acre In .t shall living, and If dead their unknown

Fourteen Scouts of Troop 495 At the big Court of Honor Sat. Saleable items will Include represent shall be one entitled share and to one each vote owner In heir grantees at, cr.dltora.law devisees llenors,legatee or oth,

of Beach white baked person or by proxy In writing, duly er parties claiming by, throughunder
Flagler attended the elephants
received
urday night, our boys I: aprons, signed for each acre of laM owned or against H IVmerans anal]

big weekend at Daytona Beach advancement awards as follows: goods, gift shop. Welfare Chairman by him in such District Guardiansmay -Pomerana, his wife, If any,
represent their Wards Kxecu-:
from Friday afternoon to Sunday Frederick Fruits and Bobby Mis- Mrs. Novick asked the ton and Administrators may rep. deceased KLAOLKK, ; I1KAC1I VILLA COR-

afternoon.The slnne became Tenderfoot Scouts; members to bring cans of food resin and the Private Estate of deceased persons 1 IHWATION, a corporation of Florida -
Corporations
may If existing: and if not existing :
most beautiful weather Mickey Sindelar and Buddy for Christmas baskets. be represented by their officers or Its unknown successors, grant
duly
authorised
Florida ever had stayed with Moore became Second Class; Eddie It la ordered that t'1i Notice bepublished ee* and aimlgn COMPANY. and, a FIKLDSRKALTY Florida

them from METHODIST CHURCH one a week for two consecutive corporation.\ existing and If notexlitlng
Friday, the 13th, Dodimead, David Johnson week In the Daytona
It unknown
successors,
and throughout the time and and Lee Bourne, Jr., became I I peach Observer, a new.pap.pub.* grantee and assign, and alt other
Church school is at 9:45 A. M.' lUhed In Voluela County, Florida
then they ran into a shower before First Class and Scott Wilder be and The Flaxler Tribune, a news unknown persons or entitles
claiming through under
by, or
and morning worship at 11 0'
they could reach home. came a Star Scout Wesley Florida published, Date of In first Flagler County, against any of the above namedDefendants
clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover publication or having or claiming
Over 500 Scouts from the en Thomas, Jr., was tapped for the November 12, 1X4 to have any right title or interest
minister. The Chapel Cholt will Jly order of
!
tire Halifax District of the Central Order of the Arrow during the IIOAHD OF<< SUPERVISORS land In and to the herelnbelow described
and In
sing a special "Praise the Lord"by premises Flagler
,
Florida Council were in at. weekend. NovV lllt Guy A YD.Secretary.. 5-41o County. Florida, towltIMIUlil. :
John Milton, under the direction : NO. I.
tendance, with many hundreds The boys were attended byMURDOCK'S -l.TUN--riucriT--- That I'arof Tract I, Block IS,
of Mrs. Bernie Wilson. roi'itr OK TIIIJ
<>f Section 5. Township II
.Ii .. H\K\TII Jtl>KIUK'.HIT Range; 10 hail according t twuthi
The Methodist Youth Fellow. OF FLORIDA ..
lAND .01.I.A..ICU \
I .' of Ht. John Development Subdivision -
ship will meet at 6:30: P. M. and IN CIIANCKUY OUNTV. KI.OHWA. on file In the ottlce of the
RESTAURANT NO. 4033: Clerk the Circuit
of Court for
the Bunnell MYF will be their UNITED nONDINO 1NSWIANCK Flagler; County, Florida In Plat

guests this Sunday. Since the COMPANY an Indiana corporation HOOK 1 at page 7, lying South
1 Mile North Parrot Village AlA authorised to do business In Florida of mat goad No 100, formerly
MYF was started in Augustthe State Road No. II. and more particularly
Plaintiff, described as: lleglnnlng
SUNDAYS DINNER average attendance has been v. at a point of Intersection of the

28 youths each Sunday evening. ARTHUR IVi.KV| South line of the said Tract I >flHook
Served Family Style 11:00 A. M. to 7:00P.M., IDA MAt W1LHY. and 11 and running thence North

Soup or Juice Hors d'oeuvres 1IKK1IKUT F. ullAY .. ... 40 minutes US erond
1)etendaniANMNInil { Nest the south line the
along of
FRIED CHICKEN I Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Adams and NOTUH IIV aid Section I, a distance of 611.1

son Richie from Bethesda, Mary. rilll.lCATIO\ feet, thence North 1 degre Itminutes
Salad West, a distance of 17./t
Potatoes 2 Vegetables TO: ARTHUR
K
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feet to an Intersection with the
Desert Coffee or Tea I ./0 Jted Cloud I Corps Southerly right of boundaryof

Children under 12 85c ii Nan(:l'O )Francisco California State lllkihway N.a 100; theme
$1.50 I ass North I* degree 15 minutes West
Defendant, along the Southerly right of way
C. D. MITCHELL .
Manager REHEWYOVR YOU AIIH HKREnr NOTIFIED boundary, a. distance of 626,It feet
ALICE MURDOCK Owner that a suit to foreclose mortgage to the West I line of the said Tract
DRIVER'S LICENSE has been filed against you by the 1: thence South 1 degree II min*
Reservations not necessary but may be made by WRIHGYOURexplore above named Plaintiff In the above '111ut, along the West line of
court. The real property sought the said Tract I, A distance of
calling HE9.2146 GIRTH MONTH to b* foreclosed Is described as 110.11 feet to the point of begin.ping *

lollow_ : _ I of this. .description._ Hearings
i l.ot II of rtaxley Subdivision are referred to the Magnetic Meridian
.-- as per Plat of said Hubdlvlslon with no variation offset and
on file In the Oitte of the Clr.cut parcel containing 1.11 acres,

Florida ur'n' of Plat Flaa-ler hook County t, al{ It.UtCKLNO.. X.Ilelnr .

pair S, Including all Improve- a part of the NWU of the NEB
rnents and appuretenances Section 17. Township II Houth.
[ thereto. Rani 10 Kat and more particularly
Florlda3. YOU ARK described as follows: Hegln
REQUIRED to
servea of
: nine at the North.eorner
of
__ ... Head. copy Inge, your the answer Plaintiffs or other at* the said section 17. a* a point ofreferenc
,, \ iorney. lien and running thence Mouth
Alice r,. Tinoa Hop and 17 degree* 10 mlnutea Of aerond
Vance 101 \
HUcayn nulld
the North line of the
Weal, along

Ion VacailoiL.a ceiw..a Lifetime[ al Harness! Florida I the?*' Clerk!* and west of file Waglsr the the above orfglnarwtlh St. entitled Miami aid HU.n Section*of..t this. tl'17.description_ the a point distance: of thence beginning of-

Court on or before the llth day south 1 degree !1 minutes Kaat.a .
of December, 1114 otherwise a d.. distance
fault will of 17,11, feat: thence
be entered against you. i North I! degree It minutes W..t.tJoU.t.lnc3. .
Florid*It a land of discovery. It', ,1htleelDl7ou'n alter, take a look at the Dated at Hunnell. Florida. Flagler of BJI.lt tall thone
nation' oldest city, St. Augustine-or the nation'! newest industry at Cape County, this 10th day of November ., II minutes West
1>*4,
Kennedy. Or anything: in between. a distance of 1 1.0 feet; thence
Seal) K. A. SMYTHB
minute.
t *Sporta 1 Tnr battling ramdah In the Gult-or the Gulfst-earn. Or in Florida' Merk 01 h. Circuit court .Clorade North 17 East degree a distance 40 of II..ya..

multitude of fakes and riven. Or try a ample of Florida'year-round r>If. by Julia L Deputy\ feet to the point of beginning of

Careen?The missile Industries-and that covers everything from plaiUci to Nov U.II.N A Deo, 1-4to Clerk ferred thl. description to th* Magnetic D..rln..Meridianwith

computer programming- need manpower.And 10 do the new communitlti that -- no variation offset and par
seem to be springing up daily throughout the itate.People are discovering Florida IV TMK riltrriT CfM'IIT, SKVKNTII ret containing 060 acres.
,
' I'IJI.'U' "IIIe'NT. IV
by the hundred of thousand
every year. AND Moil KI.AUI.Klt .'UI'NTY,
(UIKKTIVUflIIOVVKU
If you've already made Florida your home-or Just your winter playground- %TATM OK KMIIIIIIA IV CHANJKHV. V. PKAVY! and JOANNM -
there' still more to It than you know. It take a lifetime to get to know this 'AMU NO. 4MM H. PKAVY. his wile have
HOWKIJ
Sunshine State . and It', well worth the JOANNA V. PKAVY and filed In this Court their Complaint
a PKAVY. his wherein they allege that there ar.
time.'i wit. persons interested In and/wr having
Plaintiffs, or claiming to have an in*
WII.MAM"f. latest In and to the real propertyinvolved
? nmN CFN anti In this herelnbefur
cult
X a' y r (his'.ATJlJ<:ItJNM' W hN .IGN U rllH>d. whose name age*
KILilftslt wit. MILS. )IAkiY whereabouts, poll-office aJdre..eeand
and ill ace* of residences are ye-
If KUUlUHH.JO8KPH her husband, si.. tf,tly unknown to aM Plaintiffs
e any; MKKINA and having further ltanIed
1 and- M Y iI I NA. hi* therein certain 'uun. a* kn>wn
wife. If any: JOMKI'll r.fjH. by name to aM l'I.lnliltbut a*.
ter and --LKHTKII. I
not known by them wh'herhe,
his wife, it any: UAUKA. or of them ar* dead or allv*.
fAr.I.fIJlC and -MAI A-'l having made the uknAwti
I.Kit her+ huihand If any, heirs at law' devisee, legatee.
N i'(1M1 and1M141tANY. -- -- .
N7.h grantees. assignee and other
wife, If claimant Under call person both
any' FI.VirHll IU1. .'U nun living and dead,
VILLA c CORPORATION TO I butwnotknownto
corporation of Florida. If a fa" 111"1' .I.' *tt.IrnI11: : : any '*f

existing and If not eilit- TITLB said unknown heir at Jaw, d*>
Inc It* unknown successor Vl*_*, legatees), assignees and other
..,
..
fra.t. and asslvn; claimants are living or dead,

PANY FIKIJ,'K" Florida$ COM* parties defendant to thelf turn

lion, If salting and If not pl :1' having prayedor. decree
silting I its unknown *urror of this Court quieting and ..nArming -
*. arrant.. and assigns I'lalnilffe' 1Ill. In the a-
; ANJ) If any of them hove described real: : r,
b* lhQl"or non.sxlstenL removing couds from I'lafatilt.
title and decreeing them null and
heir. devle., legal*., void for a perpetual Injunction a-
creditors, trll....., grantee gamut said and each
., successor In interest of them. for peaceable *.**l n
/ c:.. r.. udgn.e. llen- of said raj property In Ph. plain
ors or other claimants! tiffs, and for general relief _
claiming : through undr And having demanded from .
or [(..! them: and Clerk of the Circuit C* urt In and
all other unknown personsor for Flagler County Florida the
.
entity clalmlnr b, making of an order requiring. such
through, under or stains l persons and oath. of them to ap
any of the above named pear l said complaintUinanim
|t*>t.ndenis, or having orrlalmlng upon .day net Ida than twenlyeiaht. -
to have any hl. nor more thansly days
till or Interest In ands to runs time of tho making *f
the herelnbelow d.arib.dand. aid rdi'I.: thereupon
.; orLvlur.u thai each: and every
Dfndsals. of ndaate above named
Shift., ott designated i I* hereby requiredU
TIIU ITTATI OF Y14)HIpA appear and answer Plaintiffs
or'O.. : WjM.IAM I rm and Complaint tit. th*
A r.W.. (1KNCKN.. Iflh day of ;]"c..I.h.: ., and
hi. wife If , and If d.. thatbi.. Order b. published one
i f e their unknown heirs al laW's.' .* a week for four (O *one'uttv
vi..*., |...'..., grant***, ,.'114110".. week before said dale In ThoFtartlor
ll.n<>r., or other parti claiming Tribune, *> newspaper pub-
by through agalait WTI- habit| la Flagler County Fie r Ma.VVJT.NKitH .
)lam I. tincn 'J'Catherln. W. my as
I.*.""/.*. dec.a..41; Mr*. IIA'.t. and the seal of t hand Court, this!
t KULItltMH and ---- Teih day of .. laHunnell.
t I hr husbaAd. If It It,I.... anal County of flatlet, and
If dead, Itiolr heir. al law. Amvls Florida.
*.., legate**, grant., credi 1ljJut It A. JfUYTIIB
tare. Itonor*, ether arillelaUaleg Clerk of tb. "I.1t Court
by. thou .n4r or of Flaiter .unty. Florida,
....... Mr, Harry Kulbrih A M Ur Julia Jt u.,.,
rJ. 's -K.lbn... her husband, 0 Deputy Oerk
d W. .. .uawortlt
"rhfc M'i1bmlA pW
.
FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COUPANY lItruH. tIr. wVf.AfMy henneli. Florida.Iblkt
Inr. ant If dead tholr unknown or for Plaintiffs.
HI""NII it/no FLORIDA hJrs at Uw. d'vts4 *. :I::':: HOT U.st. A v... a4teThursday





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; EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. Thursday, Dee. 19, 1964
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THANKSGIVING 11 falls in love secretely with Miss will enjoy this classic.
1' 4tnta&f) Library Assistant,
SUPPER Manette. But so does Darnay. Library Assistant,
Cotton May. Darnay soon marries Lucie and Mike Church.

Continued from pace 5) There will be a covered dish I I they move to Paris. Soon French
(
has returned to Thanksgiving supper on Tues Revolutionaries come and take Subscribe lor The Flagler Tribune
Spencer White after receiving day, November 24, at the John. A TALE OF TWO CITIES I Darnay away. Mr. Manette $2.50 A Year In Advance
here?
his home the Day- son Memorial Chapel In Artesla (By Charles Dickens) works hard and at a trial he
medical treatment at
Park. The supper will be servedat is 'freed.
tona Beach General Hospital. 6:30 P.M.Everyone A Tale of Two Cities is a novel ST. THOMAS CHURCHSouthAnder.on
:
He is a member of the Bunnell Is Invited to attend by Charles Dickens pertaining But after a year Revolutionaries )
( force. I to the French Revolution of 1789. Street
police take him
I
covered again prisoner.
and asked to bring a Rev. James Henry Taylor, Jr.
dish. They are also asked to I The real historical background This time he Is to face the gull- {(..day Services
O. F. ALPORDRegistered I' bring, something to put Ip a I gives this book a feeling of lontine. 11 10:10:15 a a., m.m. Church MorningPrayers School and
.reality. It deals with the great its Sermon
Thanksgiving basket for the Read this book to disvore Holy Communion lit Sunday
Injustice done to many French
.
Real Estate :Broker needy.Dr. I I people during the time. 1- ---

I Bunnell Florida Allen Reynolds and his office 1 ,In the beginning we meet Mr.
assistant, Betty Miller, are Lorry a Tellson Bank trust officer I Special Thanksgiving Services
who Is traveling by coachto
session in
attending a two-day
advanced dentistry. The sessionIs Dover, England, to meet a Joint Catholic Protestant
BEAUTY COUNSELORS sponsored by the Florida young lady by the name of Miss
a' COSMETICSSensible Lucie Manette who Is wardof ServicesAT
State Dental Society, at the a Worship
I Tellson's Bank. Mr. Lorry escorts
skin care and Medical Clinic In Gainesville.
Miss Manette to Paris and
I
natural make-up Pure, I frees her father who has been First Baptist Church ,

, hypo-allergenic and guar Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee imprisoned for many years. I
the weekendwere Five years later Lucie Manette Tuesday Night 7:30
anteed "Try" in the comfort Mercer during past
their son In law and and father, and Mr. Lorry are
, of your home no daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Letter at a trial of a man called REV. TOM PINNER, SPEAKER

'I obligation. Wanelle Hun- I' and son of Williston, Flor I Charles Darnay. With the helpof 1 SPECIAL MUSIC
ida. Sydney Carton and Mr. Stry.
ter 4373121. \

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel .
'" .g.wWws.... 11"'IffV'i _.....-c! and A. M. (Duke) McDaniel ..
were in Lake City last Thursday
NOW ROLLING IN.
Community where Duke had a. checup fol. ( .
lowing surgery at the Veterans I
Memorial Churchlat.r.d.a.mlaatl.aal Hospital last month. He was re .
America's most ":
t leased and expects to return popular cars :
"
p AIR CONDITIONED there in January for further 'll"i'"

Dayton An. surgery. So place your order now for delivery on the beautifulJ" 1 :

Sunday FLAGLER School BEACH 10:00 A.M. Mr and Mrs. T. E. Holden left new kind of '65 Chevrolet that's right for you. "1"..... \ '.'\, ,' :"'
visit with their
for
Wednesday a
Church Service 11:00 A.M. ,
son in law and daughter, Mr.
It. W. DICKKRT Pa.tdfHVBIIYONB and Mrs Julian Caudlll In

'i WEMJOMB Ellzabethton Tenn. They planto
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I spend the Thanksgiving holi
days there with the Caudllls
and Christmas in EllInor Village
EXTRA SESSION with their other son in law

'f'R Added At and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Black.
CAPITOLSKATING

RINK THE BOOK NOOKTHE 'IS Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe

Adult Beginners Sessions
;f Thurs. Afternoon OLD MAN and THE SEA '65 Chevrolet Impala It's longer, lower, wider-with comforts that'll have many .
Every :
This takes place on the
story expensive cars feeling a bit envious. ,11'
12:30 to 2:30 beach at Havana. The old man \ ,

and In this story has been havingbad I .,.
& Every Saturday Night luck fishing for some time
I "". 10P.M.tolA.M. so he is Just about to give up
j fishing. A little boy tells the

Regular Skating Hours man to try his luck again because .
Every Night 7 to 10 he knows the man should I
not give up. So the old man
Sat. Sun. &: Holidays tries one more time, and his
2:30 to 4:30 luck changed. For the conclusion I
and exciting answer to this
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'65 CAewIb Malik Super Sport' Coupe

NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe '65 Chevelle Malibu It's smoother, quieter-with V8's available that corns on up, '/

lire Insurance policies we write still give the same to 350 hp strong. That's right-350. ,. $,'. ,....;.;:<;:* '

dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy additional .

I coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very

little extra costRemember.

H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you

take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373381er .
: stop In soon for full details.H. .'.l

T. COOK AGENCY
Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo.


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24 Home '65 Chevy II Nova It's the liveliest, handsomest thing that ever happened, to ,
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VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

Owner Bunnell, Florida

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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. '65 Corvalr Corsa again.It's racier With, imo rol a power.Corvalr revolution all over


H. CRAIG. Funeral Director More to sec,mom to try in the car more people buy

JOHN CAPO. Associate Order o new Chevrolet, ChC Chew H, Corrair or Corvette now ci your dealer


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