Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 3, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00620
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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52, NO. 48 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1964 .... A.YEAR ,. I

State's Economy Parcel Mailing SC Club Hears =-Don--Moore At asrCI ; j

, Strengthened as Deadline Nears Hoover at Meet Assessors Meet I ristmas LightsIn

: Postmaster Ray Mercer reports The Flagler Senior Citizens.
1964 ProgressedFlorida's Flagler County Tax: Assessor
that the Post Office Departmentis (Club met Tuesday, December 1, ; Don Moore spent several daysIn Business Area ,
strengthen confidently predicting that at the Woman's Club building
economy Tallahassee attending a semi City workers this
are busy
. ed as 1964 progressed and is the volume of mall during this In Flagler Beach. I nar for tax assessors and their week placing the Christmas
winding the on a firm year's Christmas rush will hita I
up year the
deputies throughout state.
f There were 30 members and lights on the streets In the
r note which portends good business record high."Actually I t I I
guests present to enjoy a pot. The meeting was sponsored downtown area. They expect to ,
well Into 1965, the Florida "
he saysit's an
of luck supper after which Rev.1 I by State Comptroller Ray Greenland have them ready to turn on by 1
State Chamber Commercesaid because mall
easy prediction Reynold Hoover, of the December 10. If no emergenciesarise
I I was for the of acquainting
in Its
Weekly volume has been rising at a I Methodist Church of Flagler and to ,they may be completed
new assessors
view released yesterday. rate of nearly three percent a Beach, showed slides of points 1 I II I prior to that time.
refresh veteran assessors on the
"Most measures of Florida's year for the past several years of interest the
along vacation
I ever changing complex: tax: At Flagler Beach the Garden
economy, available through October I and this is most 'strongly re route which he and Mrs. Hoover I problems.
r indicate that the good far flected around the holiday sea took this year through the Canadian Club Is sponsoring an outdoor

f I outweigh the bad. son.. I Rocky Mountains, Yellowstone :., The, session Included just val. I II lighting contest for that area.

"Measured by bank debits Well over 12 billion pieces of National Park and the ,I ue bill for assessing property, I II In Bunnell, The American :

business has averaged 9 per cent incoming and outgoing mail are Pacific Northwest I residential appraisal, Intangibletaxes Legion is sponsoring} an outdoor t

above 1963 with recent months expected to move through the )I I I It was announced at the meetIng I i I farmlands, pulpwood i.I. lighting contest for Bunnell and 1

r as high as 14 per cent over last system during December-with that the Red Cross was lands and others. surrounding area The Legion is f
year. Sales tax collections, com about ten percent of the year'smail ] also
terested in having the Club 11'1.1 making preparation for the
in less than ,three
parable only since July becauseof moving
I.isume I the responsibility of Community Christmas Tree and
extension of the law at weeks. '
an ducting a drive in Flagler Beach Bunnell arrival of Santa on December
that time, stand 12 per cent over The Bunnell postmaster re 'I for funds for the Red Cross for I I Cagers 19. We are also making plans
1963. Gasoline sales are up 6 ports that public cooperation is '
I the year 1965. The club vott'd'' Season for the Legion Family Christmas
. percent"Personal I one important reason that post I to sponsor such a campaign Opens dinner and party to be held on
around the
Income of Floridians I country are and will ask representatives of the night of December :21
able to handle this huge mountain Here Friday Night
is running at an annual rate I the Red Cross to appear before
of mail in such a short With all the warm weather, .
In 1963. I lit to assist the in The Bunnell School Basketball .
than High
of 9 per cent more group making
Without the assistanceof it
period. has been hard for the writerto
in non-farm I I plans for the canvass in Team their
"Employment Flagler opens season
the public, we'd be in a Jam. I I'I'I realize that Christmas seasonis
is thermometer Beach. 'Ion the home court with Florida

a good
People who shop early and get so near at hand. Each evening .
of economic health. The The Club's Christmas Military of DeLand. The Team
I party
their cards and parcels into the last week I worked at
of stands 4.6 will be held at its next I starts their at 6:30.: ,
level employment regular game
malls early make It possible for I making the bows for the Legion
last the best meeting, December 15.
per cent over year, the holiday mall to be delivered I I Coach Jack Hardin has announced Community Christmas Tree candy .
gain in five years. on time. I bags, hoping it would cause
I Varsity players as
"Still worrisome and causing Baptist Church News ;
I 'seniors, Walter Townsend, Elbert me to realize It is less than a ,
some phases of the construction Mercer reminds you that gift
Rev. Thomas Pinner
said his Tucker, Johnny Seale, and Butch month until Christmas Day.
industry and the level of new parcels for distant states shouldbe
t sermon topic for Sunday morn Anderson. Juniors were Martin With the cold Tuesday and ,
business incorporations. mailed by December 8; gift;
ing will be "Communists Be Tucker, Stanford Robinson, and Wednesday mornings has helpedus
parcels for rearby areas, by December Refs Even Some Church Mem Benton Eisenbach. Sophomoreswere to realize It is the season.

15. bers Hold Unaware." Jack Knight, Arthur Ford ,
Legion Post 115 Is He also recommends that all I The evening topic will be and Walton Cowart. I I

parcels be wrapped I'"Three Things, God Requires ofVeterans' COMMISSION
*4 ( packed tightly ana 1 1I .. --.. BEACH \
Mani .
f '- ****** -""1* r
r Christmas Lighting I
: dress be tnct d d Mrs. Purvis MEETS THE PEOPLE |
I package as,, well as on the out. I Dicy -
r Contest Sponsor side. This helps assure delivery Pension TONIGHT, CLUBHOUSEThe

The American Legion Post 115|even loose.if the outer wrapping comes .Law LiberalizedM. Passes Away i. Flagler Beach City Commissioners

, of Bunnell this year is sponsors Mrs. Dicy Puruvi of Alma, Ca. will meet, with the

for' a Christmas Lighting Display The postmaster points out T. Dixon of the Florida' Department passed away in Gainesville, I public tonight at the Flagler ,

Contest, with prizes to be givento that "because ZIP Code on par. of Veterans Affairs, Florida, Friday after suffering a i Woman' Club building. The I
the three top winners. cels usually means a more direct said today that further information 'heart attack. She was the ala club Is sponsoring the meetingas !

Any home or business place routing and less handling, has been received on ter of the late Lonnie Bratcherof a community service. This

. in Flagler county:: is eligible to the chance of damage is dma' this new law which liberalize I Bunnell. She suffered the will give 'the commissioner the

enter a display (except residentsand I tically reduced." the current pension program for heart attack while visiting In opportunity to discuss with the

businesses in Flagler Beach There are six postal employees veterans of World War I, World Gainesville with her ion and his citizens the proposed Improvement

where the Woman's Club spons working in the Bunnell post office War II and the Korean Conflict family. j for the city.

f' ors the contest.) to assure you a Merry and their widows and children. Funeral services were held In I The meeting will be at 7:30:

There Is printed in this week's Christmas. By following Postmaster It Increases most pension Alma Tuesday at 2 o'clock in the at the clubhouse, South Central

Issue a contest blank. It is to Mercer's advice, you can rates by approximately 7 percent afternoon from the Church of Avenue tonight (Thursday).

be filled out and returned so help them and yourself to a effective January 1, 1965: God. Burial followed In the Carter .

that the judges may know more relaxed happier holiday with the highest rate of pension Chapel Cemetery neat Alma.

where the displays are located. $100 to $115 per month-pro. Sea anemone may get a free

, If outside of Bunnell, please vided for veterans with the low. Rangoon, the capital of Burma, ride on the shell of'a,' hermit
.. give exact location. The Judges Methodist Church News est income. derive its I name from Yangon, crab and act a* a protector for

l will make the rounds the nightof The DeLand District Confer. Additionally, the pension aid "end of strife," the National the crab Even the most hungry

Tuesday, December 22 soon ference of Methodist Churches and attendance allowance was Geographic Magazine says King octopus will recoil from the

after dark. will be at the Ormond Beach Increased from $70 to $100, Alaungpaya named the city in I stinging tentacle of the beautiful .

Since many residences and Methodist Church Monday morn monthly; and a new pension allowance ,1755 following his victory over I fower-llke sea anemone

buslnesss places have excellent Ing at 9 o'clock. Rev. Howard of $35 per month wait the Mons, Inhabitant of South. J displayed at Marlncan!
,, Christmas Lighting Displays Porter announced today. provided for housebound vet. 'em Burma.
'' the Legion Post hopes others Speakers for the "Adventurein erans. '

will put up displays that add Missions" will be Dr. Victor Veterans who are paid the aid BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL

so much to the real enjoymentof Rankin of South America. and: attendance allowance may BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1964-65
also be furnished
the Christmas holidays. Those from the First Method. free prescription 1t
The displays may be simple tat Church here will be Mrs. drug and medicine. Dec 4 Friday Fla. Milt. BlIome

or elaborate, but the Judgingwill Lee Blakely, L. II, Drady, L. A. This law also provides, Dixon Dee. 8 Tuesday PSmonTher. rDee.
be points in several said, additional income exclusions l
by Yelvington. Mrs MaxIne Buckles, 11 Friday BaldWin IiTheta
( categories.Get Ray Mercer and Rev. and Mrs. and amends the other Income Dec 15 Tuesday Father Lopez 1 B- Home 'hi .

your entry blanks in as Howard Porter. provision to exempt ten [)eoc. 18 Friday Keystone Height There

the Legions Judges will not be Dinner will be served by the percent of all retirement Income Dec 22 Tuesday! Pierson' Home .
concerned with any displays not host church. a.:,d to exclude all of the Jln. 5 Tuesday St. Joseph IThmt' "

entered in the contest. sL House** earned income, or$1200, Jln. 8 FrIday Callahan B 1I0me"-

whichever, 1* the greater Ian 9 Saturday St. Augustine B-:Home
CHRISTMAS LIGHTING ENTRY BLANK Olxon laid that all veteran Ian 12 Tuesday Iii D A B (B) Home

I wish to enter a display In The American Legion sponsored on VA pension should be couneled I lllL 15 Friday Hastings Home

Christmas Lighting Contest which will be Judged on Tuesday by their !local I Veteran Ian. 19 Tuesday Descent City BThereIan.

night December 22 for prizes. (Flagler Beach residents County Service Officer, or by 22 frIday Father Lopez B- There IIan.
are excluded because Woman's Club holds Contest I I members of his staff, located at 2G Tuesday Baldwin BUom&
there.) the three' Florida VA hospital Ian. 29 FrIday Keystone Height Home ;

i I land at his headquarter office Feb 2 Tuesday st. Joseph LIHome

',' Name _._. -_.. _.. .._._ in the Veterans Administration Feb 5 FrIday HIHfijd BHome
;,4 1 1' Regional Office, St Petersburg i .,I"I;, "b. 9 Tuesday Callahan BThe,.
III' ;
House or Business. ..,'Location ___,_._.. ... .. ,;, Beach, Florida I r Ftb. 12 Friday Fl.. D A B (B-) There
" :"::' '. Feb 16 Tuesday Hastings BThere
The expedition of Spanish ex Feb 19 Friday Crescent City B- Home
.. plorer De Navaraez crossed the I'
Feb 23 Tuesday St. Augustine B- There
Return this blank (filled out) to M. B. Fuller Box 38, I Suwannee River near the present I Several B Team Game are listed with the
.Bunnell. so the judges will know where to find the dli"play. cite of the Stephen Foster I i I Varsity Came Schedule

\ Memorial In 1528. All yomw start at lift Tk adalUl JOe ..t1acS.tGts"Q.1


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.- ------- home on the "President Roose- ties our America has to offer
Our day was
beautiful. one
but are a part of their daily I
and other
Tonkins ReportOn (Many'rickshaws, trl-shaws, and spent on a circle tour of the Island velf We had ten days on this them struggling for the people are
variations were used in oriental which Included a trip to ship. Tomorrow at 8 A.M. we thingswe
World Cruise countries.) We, were Impressedof Pearl Harbor. We went through are to disembark in our United I United take States.for granted In our Great

their streets, yards,, and rail the "Arizona Monument," herean I j
Of States of America. It was a wonderful -
Last Summer a tribute,
road, or street car tracks, clean. organ was playing a-1'
I find out
to those Americans who gave
Ing cutting grass. of the world and I O. F. ALTORD
1 bout people
(Continued From Lent Week) their lives. In the one,
Yokohama is the seaport for complete wall listed the 1,100!their cultures but many Americans I Registered
After two days and nights of Tokyo. It is a great port and men who gave their lives for' young and old, should Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
sailing, we entered Hong Kong.It seems to be an old town. Tokyo II our freedom.We take a world cruise to find out I
looked very modern from the is comparable to any of our the many wonderful opportuni Florida
port Many streets had, English large cities. The service, custom I saw Waklkl Beach and
signs and Chinese also. This officers, elevator girls, waiters, ate lunch at the Royal Hawaiian
pleased us for Singapore also and waitresses, were most gen. Hotel. The most lovely of all ,
had English as their basic teel and they made one think customs of the Hawaiians was
language These places are that they are here on earth to their welcome for us. Many people 24 Home ...R-
members of the British Commonwealth be of "great service" to others. sang and danced on the pier Wrecker Service
of Nations. The peo Therefore, one reacts in like I before we docked. Then they
pie wore Western dress. We vis. manner. came on board with arms loaded I
Ited Kowloon and also the "New with lets and a kiss Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
Territory," leased from Red No English signs or writingwas panted the lels. We aecom'l ,
China for 34 years. The peopleof used, but they are trying lei immediately without MASSEY-FERGUSON
Hong Kong have given a their utmost to learn English.We Ing anyone. We spent one day Grove Farm Jndustrial Equipment
home to the many refugees from were taken by our guide to on the island and then the fare.
Red China. Many apartmentsand an all "girl" revue theater, the well the islanders gave us will VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
school are built for them. girls took the parts of men as .be long remembered.I Owner Bunnell, Florida
well as girls. It was a live showon
Japan came next. We entered stage which was very beau. am writing this on my way I I

Kobe Japan and found it a love. tifully done. After three days in
ly port. We spent two days Tokyo in the Imperial Hotel, we MILLER I
there, the first day our tour tookus were guided back to our Port of I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
to an inland city, Koyoto, Yokohama to board the "Presi ELECTRONICS

where the war hadn't destroyed dent Roosevelt" for Hawaii, and 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
their Buddhist Temples. These then San Francisco. Well, now
JOHN CAPO, Associate
temples are well preserved. All we did relax for we were with REPAIRS ON TV'S
the people sat on the floor dur our own Americans. The good AIR OXYGEN
ing, services. This day we sawa beef, friendly talk, and our WASHERSDRYERS CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
Shinto wedding in the Nation American entertainment madeus ATTENDANT
al Park In a Temple.We feel real good. Our cruise I AMBULANCES
Call Collect 672.0377
around the world was truly a
found a very energetic III Phone ID 7-3532
dream come true. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
people In Japan. Their very actions
of bowing and gracious Hawaii, our 50th state, is very ..
living led one to think that their
purpose in life was "service to
mankind." Their stores were
modern and they dressed very
simple and neat for work.: We
visited many "arcades"; or shopping
centers, here they had set
prices' no bargaining as in other End of Year SaleHOMELITE
; countries we had visited.

They have had many religionsbut '
Budddhist was the outstand.
Their artistic , , .
ing. dainty gar. .., I J" ,
dens ted rooms, dress and mannerisms II' '' .' :j "
i"lt""j>'Tt'i !' .' "
showed us their ancient ,\ :oII', i
culture hadn't been forgotten, \.t' .
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Quill A Foolish Wish,Eula Lee Moody;
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The Closing Words Debbie John-

SchaalYtaS stem.The fifth grade had an Essay WE GIVE Quantity RightsReserved

BETA CLUBA Contest on "What Thanksgivingmeans MET S .
program was held in the to Me.' The winners TOP ***
auditorium November 24, for were: PRICES GOOD a
the tapping ceremony of the selected Lila Allen Lady Rodgers, Pam Thurs. Fri., Sat.,
Quanta, Karen Clegg, and Mary VALUE
new members These students Cook. SUPER MARKET Dec. 3r 4th, 5th
were told what Beta Is
and the qualifications of a good STAMPS ***
Beta member. Books Are My DishBy Telephone 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.

The qualifications these students
Dorothy Hoxuons
have passed are achieve
ment good character, and lead.I Look Magenta Editors urge LYKE'S 6 Lb. to 8 Lb.
ershlp. These new memberswere people to read two articles in
chosen from the 10th gradeup the December issue on Red China
: because people are now PICNICSFLORIDA
lb. 27
Bellta Collins, Waton Cowart, making the same mistake about
Delores Deen, Paul DIxon, Betty China as they did with Russia
Dunson, Danny Dyal, Kathy -underestimating its nuclear "f., '
Emery, Arthur Ford, Christy knowledge.This .
Green, Vicki King, Linda Skolar,
and Julie Wilkins were all tapped copy, together with the GRADE "A"FRYERS ....
China, is at the
and welcomed Into the Beta latest book on
Club. The Beta Club is honored Flagler Woman's Club Library. Lb
I I I How can we make the same ,
to have these Students as mem .
dangerous mistake twice? Because 29
Gloria Johnston, Reporter.The we don't read and we Whole I ,
have stopped asking for proofof h
what hear. We accept
plays which fifth grade were presented"The Thurs whatever is told us. I don't FAMILY CUT.IPS 5 Lb. Die. $1.59
day 4fter and "Pumpkin Pie think we are naive. We are Just .
Peter." lazy and we may perish for that
The cast of "The Thursday I I weakness. FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE) FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE)
After" included: Mrs. Crane, Li-, Literary research work has ROUND Lb. Sirloin Lb.
la Allen; Grandpa, Mike Man. trained me to want. proof about STEAK 89 STEAK 99-
uel; Lettie, Lee Carol Baker;I any important statement madeto
Jake George Wetherington; me. A tourist to Russiaitwas
Farmer Higgins, Charles Wil not said for how long declared FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE) CENTER RIB
liams Mrs. Taylor Karen Clegg
; ; with exuberant surety of
an Old Maid Nancy Creal. not being checked-"Moscow is Lb. Lb.
The cast of the "Pumpkin PiePeter" a wide-open city. I could go RIB STEAK 79PORK CHOPS 69-
included: I anywhere In it I wished. "Well
Mrs. Bass Mary Cook; her I really, that could not be said
children-Ida, Katie McFarland; even of New York. How did she WORLD'S BEST GROUND ALL
Peter Steve Harper; Edward know this In the first place? Lb. .
Mack King; Jane the Maid Ruth How did I even know she had i BEEF 2 89- MEAT STEW 69'
Hunter; Mrs. Bates, Lady Rodgers been to Moscow? Why should
; Jack James Rodgers, Uncle she go where even Ian Fleming
Sim Randy Buckles; Weary, a Moscow correspondent could
William Allman; Hank, Lee not go? HERSHEY MAXWELL HOUSE PILLSBURY
Dodgen.The Could she have attended a
Poems included: "meeting of the dread Deathto SUGAR
The Welcome, Nancy Creal; Spies group? She went on COFFEE FLOUR
November Gifts, Pam Quantz, .
giving the impression that, Moscow
; Li,.
Donna Frazier and Paula Cham 5
pion; Mary's Turkey, DenIse I swallow was of Togethersville Vodka is not enough itself, BagLimit 38- Tin Lb. 58- 5 Lb. 47--
Tucker and Joann Dixon. I to coin an old Russian proverb.
Thanksgiving Ken (1) with purchase .
Day So should we all In these perilous
and Reuben Cole TuCk.t of $5.00 or more
food order.
grims Came Butch :
6 Oz. FLOUR 5 Lb.

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FLORISTWEDDINGS I Each with purchase of $5.00 or with purchase of $5.00 or
jo4epl 30 more food order more food order.



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I I --
The first class program for I II st
miscellaneous bridal shower this school year was )presentedlast ,t

honoring Miss Marjorie Schatz Wednesday by Mrs. Lee Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, QUANTITY RIGHTS

was given Saturday, November Bourne's second grade. All the II December 3, 4, 5, 1964 RESERVED
21, at the First Baptist Churchof children in the room took part
Flagler Beach, from 2to 5 in the Thanksgiving

P. M.The. There were recitations, program.a panto- ; We Give S & H Green Stamps, the World's Most

with mine, a song and an enjoyable
guests played games
Elaine'Fralley, Nanearl Stevens, play about "Four Rabbits and! Valuable
and Marjorie Schatz winning the Their Thanksgiving Dinner. Cast Trade Stamp-Worth 20% More!
of characters were:
prizes. "Why Do We Have Thanksgiving -I I

The room was decorated ?" (recitation-Billy Copeland I FOR THE BEST IN QUALITY MEATS-SEE US
with floral arrangements and Sue Dunson, Teresa Watson .
candles. The refreshment table Kathy Hartman, Dale
was overlaid with a fillet table Combs; "The Pilgrim" (recita FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D ARMOUR'S STAR VAC. PAC.
cloth and centered with an arrangement tlon).Nelta Perry, William Pip-
of narcissus and penger, Billy Pippenger; Panto. WHOLE MEAT
chrysanthemums. I mine-Patty Reynolds (as read.

Hostesses for the occasion er), Indians-Michael Cannon, FRANKS Lb. 49-
were Mrs. E. D. Johns, Mrs. Adam Yelvington, Steven Arnold Limit 3 Please

Henry Shlll, Mrs. E. P. Fleurie, and Houston Shepard; PllgrlmsNelta ,

Miss Faye Bass, and Mrs. Bar. Perry, Billy and William WESTERN CORN FED U. S. CHOICE-JUICY TENDER RIB
bara Stryker. Pippenger;

Serving at the refreshment I Hosklns Boys and, Kathy Girls Hartman of Today-Cheryl, Teresa STEAK tCOPELAND'S
Lb. 89
table were the Misses Marie PORKBCHOPS
Watson, Scott Harris, Jerry I 690
..Fleurie, Elaine Fralley, and I .
Bass.Tonight Clark, Dale Combs, Billy Copeland
Faye and Sue Dunson. Brave I PALM RIVER
Indians-Adam Yelvington, MI.
Thursday, is the time TENDER SMOKED
chael Cannon, Houston Shepard,
for the City Commissioners to PICNIC
and Steven Arnold.Thanksgiving .
meet the public. The meeting 5-7 lb
will be at the Woman's Club. Dinner (poem)* HAMS Avg. Wt. Lb. 33' BACON IL 49''

house on South Central Avenue.All Patty Reynolds; Play.'Thanks.
giving in the Woods" (4 rabbits)
citizens are invitedDr. :
Jon Wilder, Becky Anderson, -
Vicki Lindsey and Jeff Thomas.
and Mrs. Warren ARMOUR'S
have returned to their home
here after spending three weeks
j, Church school is at 9:45 R.M. .
In Atlanta, Ga., where they were
and worning worship is at 11 o'
their home there. SHORTENING
clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, .
minister. .
I Clarence Shultz, accompaniedby There will be a fellowship dinner 1 Lb. 3 Lb.
his sister in law, Mrs. Fan. following the morning wore Can 58 Can 39'
nie Ruston, are spending some
I ship next Sunday, December 6,
time in Evanville, Indiana, and and the official board will meet Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Danville, Illinois They will vis. after the dinner.Dr. .
It with Mr. Shultz's sons, Charles
and Hermon, and other rela. 300 CAN SWEET TREAT
I and Mrs. Warren Michaels I
tives. 303 CAN SUNLITE
have as their house guest Mrs.Michaels' CRUSHED
sister, Mrs. Mable Hoi-
Friends of Arthur Vowell will '
comb of Great Neck, Long Island PINEAPPLE TOMATOES
I' be sorry to hear that he fell on N. Y. >- T"
Thanksgiving Day and is now
I In the Halifax Hospital in Daytona Limit 8 Please
; Beach, room 3119. Visitors fIN 303 CAN SAXET
I call time during the I CUT GREEN SHURFINE
may any WHEREAS the late Mrs. Clarence EVAPORATED
day and early evening. Mr. Shultz has been a long For
Vowell is an uncle of Jack and BEANS 8 1MHILK Tall $
Kay Robinson. time Woman's member Club of of Flagler the Flagler Beach: 8 Cans 1

I Florida, andWHEREAS
I GULF LIFE INSURANCECO. she has been loyal Southern Seas Light Grated / Size Can 400 COUNT SCOTTIES

I' and faithful, ready and Willing For
at all times to perform any task TUNA
LEE B. MERCER Agent for the betterment of the club, 5 51M

Phone 437-3460 ED that the Flagler Woman's I 4 T

Club go on record expressing DAIRY,
deepest sympathy to her hus.

RED SEZ. . band and family.
Docs your T V Have a Sunset and evening star, 8 oz. SHURFRESH CBISCUITS FRESH PRODUCE _
Headache? And one clear call for me; For

I Is your Antennae Bent? And may there be no moaningat 4 29 FRESH CRISPY i Lb. Cello Bag
the bar
Has your Tube quit I
I sparking? When I put out to sea. Limit 4 Please For
Is Your resistor resisting t But such a tide as moving seems CARROTS 2 .25'

SeeBEACHCOMBER I moving asleep, .
TV Too full for sound and foam FROZEN FOODS -
When that which drew from out
Stan SERVICE Farnsworthor out the boundless deep, 6 OZ. SEALDSWEET Fresh GREEN PEPPERS For
Turns again home. OR 4 25-
This Resolution adopted by the ORANGE For CUCUMBERSMix
Dave Watkins
2 Miles North of Pier Flagler Woman's Club of Flag JUICE 4 99 or Match
ler Beach on this 30th day of
j Flagler Beach, Fla. November. 1964.Continued U. S. No. 1 WHITE
( on page 7) 9 OZ. MR.tlG" FRENCH

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His neighborhood playmates Miss I
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birthday and ice cream cake was with decorated him. The in She 1414 is also .SMOKED PICNICS* 31e SMOKED BACON $I'
with the of Mr. and
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their daughter, Pat, and friend, ing holidays food order
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birth of Rudl she hears that he NOTICE OF SALE known persons who are dead or
THE BOOK NOOK Notice Is hereby given that under who are not known to be dead
lost at
was sea. and to that or alive:
RENEW pursuant Foreclosure SECTION 71Ml-.U. .. .
Decree In Mortgage Road
Final -
In desperation she accepts a 'rouR'J I and Sale rendered on the IFTOAGLJIR and Addresses COUNTt'Na.rne -
18th day of November. A. D. 1964, '
- By Suzanne Butler position as nursemaid to an WRING YOUR by the Honorable Howell W. Mel Clinton c/o Marlon Fields Clinton Flclda
of the
bound for Cana- ton one of the Judges P. 426
English family
Circuit of the
Bimmm Seventh Judicial 80oxGe
MY PRIDE MY FOLLY Is the State of Florida, in and for Flag "a SRD NO. r 107.1 la '
da.She I ler County In that cause lately
of Kirstina Brandt and Helen Fields
story remains with them until pending in the Circuit Court of

Michael Shea and how foolish they leave and she then catches IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OK ,, Flagler County, Florida, Bank In Chan of Pearson P. O. Box, Georgia 426
FLAOLER COUNTY wherein Citizens
pride can almost ruin a life. the fever and has to go to the CHANCERY NO. 4983 I cery Bunnell. a State Banking Company SRD NO. f07.1-
WALTER K. CHAMBLEE. JR. and Willie Hymon
waa plaintiff Marlon Clinton Fields
Michael :Snea was a mate on fever sheds. When she recovers Plaintiff I and Rosa Lee Hymon. were defendants P O. Box 428

his uncle's ship when Klrstlna she learns her landlady has sold *.. I being Case No. 4931.Circuit I, Pearson, Georgia
MARGARET CH AMBLE E.Dffendant.. the undersigned Clerk of the SRD NO. 107.1
Brandt began her Journey to all her possessions. So to support Court In Flagler County Flor- j
NOTice TO DEFEND ida will on Monday December 14. Frank
Boston and Aage Nordrupp, her her son she works as man THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 1964. at the north front door of 17948 Roscoe Thompaon Boulevard

prospective husband. From the ager In a hotel and rebuilds her MARGARET CHAMBLEE the Flagler Count Courthouse In Reaedea, CaliforniaSRD
66 North Pine Street Extension Bunnell, Flagler andtlegalYhoursof NO. 107.1
moment Michael saw her he fortune. Seaford, Delaware. the regular
You are hereby notified that a sale, offer for sale and sell at Marlel M. Tidwell Thompson
knew that she was what he Then a flre sweeps Montrealand cult haa been filed against you In public outcry to the highest and 17948 Roscoe Boulevard .
wanted. the above entitled cause; and you best bidder therefor for cash in Roaedea, California
penniless once more she are hereby required answer hand In order to satisfy the said SRD NO. 107.1
Klrstlna who had known what marries James Colllngwood. with the kto"rlhr.o'8'O Final Decree of Foreclosure and
: and to serve a copy thereof uponthe Sale aforesaid, the following described Betty Tldwell
she wanted since she was 'a She makes the trip to "Pros.pect" plaintiff or plalntlffa attorney, property situate, lying 119 North Orchard StreetP.

child, wanted Michael also. So with James and her heart whose name and address la: and being In Flagler County, Florida O. Box au
RAY SELDEN to-wit: Watertown. New York
when she reached Boston she I sank at what she found there. Selden Building Lots Eleven and Twelve In SRD NO. 107.1
I Daytona Beach, Floridanot Block One Hundred Sixty In
broke her marriage contract, But she had not suffered all later than January 2. A. P. the rgwaft Bunnell accordIng James Brewer Tidwell
married Michael and settled 1968. of said Town on 119 North Orchard Street
i these years to meet destructionnow. If you fall to do ao, decree pro file In the office of the Clerk P. O. Box 174
down to some of the.happiest Even as her Indomitablewill confeaao will be entered against of the Circuit Court of Flag Watertown New York.
you for the relief demanded In the ler County Florida, In Plat SRD NO. 107.1
days of her life. took over, her second, child bill of complaint. The nature of Book 1 at Page 2w.
But Michael's voyages became said suit being for divorce. DATED at Bunnell. Flagler PARCEL NO. 107.1 BORROW PIT
was born, and a sailor from long WITNESS my hand and seal of County. Florida, this 20th day of MORROW: PIT NO. 3 LEFT
longer and longer and with the ago arrived once more to change said Court this lat day of Decem- November A. D. 1964. (WEST) STATION -J512-I-00
ber A. D. 144. (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE That part of:
the course of her life. (Official Seal) B. A. SMYTH Clerk of the Circuit Courtof The 8E% of Section 32. Township
CHURCH Assistant Clerk of said Circuit Court Flagler County Florida. 11 South, Range 81 Eaat;
ST. THOMAS Library By Julia R. l Deputy Nov. 26 & Dec. 3-2tc described aa follows:

(RpUeopal Ida Allen.Scientists ClerkIN Commence on the South line of
South Anderson Street Dec. 1.1D-I1-U-Uc ___ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 8EV- aald Section 33 at a point 169.48
nev. James Henry Taylor, Jr. .UNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN feet West of the Southeast corner
.....,. ..rvU at Marlheland have TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF AND FOIL FI.Anl.KIt CO'TN'TV.FLORIDA. thereof and run North 1I.ZO'1I"
10:30: a.m. Church School West 2728.96 thence South
11:11 a.. m. MorningPrayer* and discovered the house builder of CHANCERY NO. 4113 PAULINE SCYPHERS.Plaintiff. 71'39'41" .t.'ee:60 feet to the
Sermon ROBERT OWENS Northeast corner of Borrow Pit
Holy Communion lit Sunday the ocean floor. A quarter pound Plaintiff v.' No.2 for the POINT OF BEGINNING
v.. JAMES E. SCYPHERS. From said Point of D -
Sand fish will pile up particlesof ;
LORETHA OWENS Defendant. fling run South 8909'41* West,
shell against a'rock and use Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR AND 720 feet; thence South 00* *

PETERSON TEXACO this for his home. If torn down STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFENDTHE TO: IN THE NAME ANSWER! OF THE STATEOF 8909'41 East, 1050 East feet 720; thence feet; thence North

by other fish, he will Immediately LORETHA OWENS.whose FLORIDA: North 00'60'19Welt, 1050 feet
SERVICE pod TO: JAMES E. SCYPHERS to the Point of Beginning;
rebuild. office addreaa are unknown 6100 SUPPLY SQUADRONPOST CONTAINING 17.35
acres, moreor
ROAD SERVICE You are hereby notified that a OFFICE BOX 2509A. leas
suit has been filed against you In P. O. 323
No. 107.1 Continued
Light ,Mechanical Work the above entitled cause; and you SAN FRANCISCO Ar.sbarcel *
Subscribe to The Tribun
are hereby required to our answer CALIFORNIAYOU
Phone -137-3441 SLSO A Year In Adronc with the Clerk of this Court, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NO. 2That .
and to serve a copy thereof upon a suit haa been brought Dart of:
the plaintiff or plalntlffa attorney, against Circuit Court
----- you &utte The 8EK of laid Section 32;
whose name and address in: of Flagler Florida InEquity described aa followa
JOSEPH W. HATCHETT by PAULINE SCYPHERS Begin at the Northeaat corner
611 S. Campbell and you are hereby required to of Borrow Pit No. 2 aa located
Daytona Beach, Florida Ale personally or by attorney above and South East
run 00'60'H
not later than December 19 A. D. with the Clerk of laid Court your 62.34 feet thence North 71.39'41*
164. written defenses If any. to the East
to the Westerly
CALL If you fall to do ao, decree pro Complaint In 5wU
confesso will be entered agalnatyou fore the h"1 Dn.e rnbbeer: right of e of State Road 9I
( -'5){ North 11.20'19Welt
', i ; for the relief demanded In the A. D. 1964 and also to serve a copyof laidon of way SO
., bill Of complaint. The nature of your written defenses upon r rct : e South l* IJI'\tre .
'" said suit being for divorce. Measers. Osslnaky and Krol. Attorneys -
feet to the Point of Beginning;
WITNESS hand and seal of
my for Plaintiff at their office -
CONTAINING 0.41 acre, more or
said Court this 17th of November
day address at 411 Main Street less.
A. D., 1914. Beach Florida, on' or before OWNED BY: ELIZABETH N. TID-
(Official Heal) B. A. SMYTH tore 28th day of DecemberA. WELL, KATY J. TIDWELL LEGRANDE -
Bunnell Motor Clerk of said Circuit Court D. 1964 aa required by Florida and huaband WALTER
By Julia R. Harvey Rules of Civil Procedure and herein O. LEGRANDE. HARRY E. TID
Deputy Clerk fall not or Decree Pro Confesao ;, WELL and wife IDA MAE TID
Nov. 1J-26 & Dec. 3.1Q4t0( and Final Decree will be entered TIDWELL
against you by default WELL.ZORAIILEE TIDWELL, MAO
IV TIER CIlirUIT COURT OK That the name of the Court In GIE M. TIDWELL BATMAN and
KI.Aa.Kll rot'NTY, FLOltllAIN V". which said suit hat been InstitutedIs huaband WILLARD BATMAN TOM
CIIANCKIIY NO. 4M12 the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial C. TIDWELL, JAMES O. TIDWELL
ALMA M. MORAN Circuit of Florida. In and for and wife ANNETTE TIDWELL
Plaintiff Flagler County In Equity and
Company IePAUL that the title of aald cause la aaherelnabove EDITTHfTIDWELLDMARI
VINCENT EDWARD set forth. ON CLINTON and wife
MORAN You are further notified that the HELEN 1'ESS RREWEIj
,. Defendant.NOTICH nature of IBid nit la a suit for TIDWELL and wife BETTY TID
TO DKKKNIITHE (a) divorce, (b) custody and aup- WELL MARIEL M. TIDWELL
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: port of minor children (c) temporary THOMPSON and husband FRANK
MORAN fees an.dn costs, and (d) temporaryand WELL and wife GKRALDEEN: TID-

"\ Jksbury 160" Emory:, Park Street New Jersey permanent- 'hl dnnd seal of WELLIDELL WELL and THOMAS JACKSON TID

:: 437-3301 You rte hereby notified that a office at Dunnefl. Florida this 23rd FRANCESNKMARIONTIDWELL
suit has filed against you In day of November A. D. 1964. CAPPS and husband
,. the above entitled cause: and you K.: A. SMYTHE. EDDIE CAPPS BARBARA TID
are hereby required to this our answ41' EMIL A. SMYTHE. aa Clerk of WELL CONE and husband DUANE
i with the Clerk of Court, the Circuit Court of Flagler CONE ANNE TIDWELL, BELLE
and to serve a copy thereof upon TIDWELL. CLINTON FIELDS.
:.: , the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney (Circuit Court Seal)
...., whose name and add re a I.t; Nt> KROL TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration -
RAY 8ELDEN Attorneys for Plaintiff of Taking has been filed In
Commercial Household Selden Building 411 Main Street the above-atyled cause by the Petitioners
-:- Daytona Beach Florida Daytona Beach Florida the acquiring authorityof
/, ,.t't f: .. ..- not later than December 26, A. D. Nov. 26 & Dec. 1-1O-17-4\c these proceedings of the taking
.y 1U., of the above-described lands, for
U you fall to do '0. decree pro IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH the purpose set forth In the Petition
eonfenio will be entered against JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IW In this cause via: Aa right
I \ you for the relief demanded In the ANI) FOR TIIM STATE OF of way for a portion of State
Bill of complaint The nature of FLORIDA COUNTY! OF FLAO- Road f (1-95) In Flagler County.
said suit being for divorce. Lint IX CHANCKRY. CASK NO. Florida and that the Honorable
WITNESS my hand and seal of 481\. Howell Vih..f : ,' one of the
FOR said Court this 13rd day of November ORANZIE O. STEPHENS.Plaintiff.. Judges Circuit Court In the
A. D. 144. Seventh J lri.ul:9fl. Florida
(Official Heal) I Clerk of IBid Circuit Court RUDT I* STEPHENS.I P.st. In the Flagler County Court
By Julia K. HarveyDeputy I fendant.DIVORCK house at Bunnell Florida consider
Clerk said Declaration of Taking, appoint -
Nov. 26 & Dec. alOU4to TOi RUBY U STEPHENS. appralaera. and make such
t OIL I Route No. 4. I'. O. Box 430 Order aa the Court deem. proper.
GAS FUEL IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND I hickory North CarolinaYou All parties to the suit and all par-
FOIL KI.AC1I.KK COUNTY, FLORIDA are bereb that a tlea Interested may appear and be
IN CIIANCKHY NO. 4.IS Complaint for Divorce has been heard at the time I and place dealg-
J. .WALTER URKKN: and wife, filed against you and you are required n.ted.
MABEL M. GREEN, to serve a copy of | You and each of you are hereby
Plaintiff awer or Pleading to the Complaint. commanded to appear by filing an
on the Plalntlffa attorney: Answer to the Petition heretofore
NEEDS WALTER GREEN and wife W. I* Wadaworlh lied In this cause In the entitled
LUBRICATION NAN WOODRUFF ()IU: ;N'; AndI P. O. Box 1)4Dunnell. Court, on or before the lilt day
I ISABELLK G. GREEN Unmarried Floridaand I of December A. D. 19(4. to show
HI* the original Answer orPleadlnr what right, title. interest or lien
Defendants.NOTICI1 In the olnce of the Clerk I ou. or any of you. baye In and
ii v rrm.u'ATio of the Circuit Court on or before to the above-deacrlbed lands and
IN THE NAME ANt UY THE: the 19th day of December A. D. : show cause why the same should
I AUTHORITY OF TUB STATS OF 1964' not be taken for the uses
PRODUCTS FLORIDA TO: It you fall to do '0. Judgment' e*" Mt forth In the PetlUon
QUALITY Isabelle O. Green. 1411 Short by default will be taken againstyou filed herein.
Street New Orleans; Louisiana for the relief demanded la the WITNESS onmlhl Hand and Seal of
You ISADBLLB GREEN are Complaint.PONK this Court 17th day of November
hereby notified tO a Bill of Complaint AND ORDERED at Dun- JA. D. 1161.
to foreclose a certain mortgage nell Florida of file-J E. A. SMYTUE
on the. following described vember A. D. 1161. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
: E\ A.' SMYTHEflerk I >" and for Flagler County,
I/roPL\.JI.t:;\ ), of Block Thirty- Circuit: Court nonoa..
one (11) Subdivision aa aLr Cou ty. Florida I By: Julia R. Harvey
shown in flat Book No, 1, Ilr. "ulla R. Harvey I Rperkchardson
LOW COST Page 24 on the Public Recordsof Deputy Clerk, Jame. J.
Flagler County, Floridahas (Circuit Court Seal) Holland Building
been AlVd against you and you Nov. 11.11 Dee. 3-10 .Ite Tallahassee FloridavfJ
are required to serve a copy of {"' H.1"p tbe Petitioner..
your Answer or Pleading to the lTIIK rincrrr COCRT or TIIKWKtKITII 19-31 Dee 3-10-4tc
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiffs JCIMCIAU "IUCtIT.: ..
attorney II. T. Cook. Ksqulre.Poet IV AM FOR FI.AO6ER'OU'N<< -I -
FAST SERVICE OA1Ice Box 8, RunneR Florida : TV. FLORIDA. LAW NO. In3 I

and Ale the original Answeror STATE ROAD DKl'AHTMKNT, tllr: Jrlaplrr criburtrFLonini
Pleading In the office of the OP an Aftocy
dork of th. Circuit Court on or the State of Florida,
to/ore the 26th day of December.' Petitioner. Ill'NNELL
1964. If you fall to do so. JUdcm.ntbt Y.
default will be taken against BDDIK CAPP& et al.
you for the relief demanded in the Defendants. MRS.< 51. IL FULLER Editor
\ Co plaint. NOTICE OF RULE 1f1!'.

Ihr.t notice shall be publishedone \UTlt' nV KMIKIMtOCKKUIVU>" DOMAIN PHI,...,..
fer allPAGE
: each w*.k fr four _n"eutlvj -
H weeks In The Flatter Tribune. IV TUB NAME AND BT THE Iwgel "' ...""1..
IVorv and O1'd..s.t Huna*!!. AUTHORITY OF TUB STATE OF
Florida thla Mth day of November n.oUWA.
TO AU WHOM IT MAY COX- Entered a. second class mutter
'EU'1: 8MTTHR. Clerk R.iarrtno"rUh pcraona and par- February c. 1918 at the po.toft'Ir. -
Circuit Court Flags County, tbaa any rlchttlt at Dunn.IL Florida. under
All Flagler County Florida '.. laurt. .atat. mortgage. or AN .t March I. 15110.e
ll/ Julia R. Harvey. thr lien to or on th.a. c Deputy Clerk of land hereinafter d.-
H. T. C.kAtt.rn Hbd.. and the ftttawtar parsons, year _..__
y r PlaintiffsNov. toa;.tMr with all unknown persons .1. ...... __...___..1.:1
14 Af.Dee 8.1/-lT-.4t. rUJrolac b,. through or uDder

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and Sandra Owens, Charlotte first bond certificate last month. Beach David is a friend of Mrs. rrant.M. ore41Wrt, llonori. or othr .

:.7fagir3eaclz and Eddie Dodlmead, Susie Pe- Sue Ellen Seale received the I Daisy Moody's and we thank .under Mrtfa or agalMt JOBBWI' by. trig! u m.

terson, Anne and Betty Lynn I second one last Monday. Congratulations very much for his generous gift and any -deceased; RlNA. bla wife. If

Bourne, Jo Anne Wilson, Clelly I to both studentsWe and

Continued From Page 4 Lewis, Kathy Bourne, Andy and I hope, many more will receive NORTH OIIMONO DRAINAGE L MaTElt'Ihis' wife, If any. It Ur
1 I ine, and If dead their unknown
Waterman and David their certificates this heirs law
Danny year NOTICE OK I.ANn OWNEUSMKHTINU at dovloooa. legalese,
CHAPEL CHOIR I i rrant *.. crodltort. llonora or othr .
Johnson. i for bonds ,
I buying through Savings partita claiming by through
GUETS OF BEACH PTA N t!" I* hereby given that aMtlnit i under or against Joseph Lester

Preceding the program, a short Stamps. of the Owners of Land situated i and-Lester, hla wife, If any,
the in the North Ormond Drainage deceased:
Choir of Flag
The Chapel business meeting was held with District In Volusla and FUrUrCountlea LAURA MALLKR anJ _

ler Beach Methodist Church presented the usual reports and a com- Christmas Holidays will begin at the' office I* hereby of the called UUtrlct to I be at held 4108ebreeie MALUBR\ her husband If any IX
living, and If dead their
a wonderful plete report on the Halloween Friday afternoon, December 18, Itoach Florid Boulevard, same being Day In ton the a heirs at law devisees, legateea.

program for the Flagler Carnival and dinner. President, and the students will return to County of VoluU on Tuesday, December other grantees parties, creditors lltnors. or
claiming: by. throughunder
15, 1114 at J o'clock r. M.
Beach PTA Tuesday night Mrs. Bob Whitney, presided at school Monday, January 4. for the purpose of electing Supervisors or against Laura Mailer and

The group helped usher In the the meeting and Patty Reynolds Students will receive their re may and come for before any other the meeting.At businessthat any. deceased Mailer;, her husband, 1C

Christmas season and added assisted her dad Dr. Allen port cards next Monday, December such election each and every R POMKRANZ and .. .
acre of land In the District hall POMKRANZ. his wife If If
much holiday spirit with read. Reynolds, with1 the devotional. 7th. Deadline for buying pictures represent one chare and each own living, and If dead their unknown

ings by Mrs. Bernie Wilson director The fourth grade won the room I I is December 111| er person shall rrb be entitled proxy In to writing one vote, duly In I heirs at, creditor.law devisees, Ilenors\ ,legalgrantees or oth.I -**.,

Barbara Wilson, Donna count and after the program, refreshments signed each acre of land owned I or parties claiming by, through
by him in such District Guardiansmay under or against t*. Pomerans. and(
and 'Virginia Filkins and Lee were served by the I represent their Ward, Executor : -Pomerans, his wife, If any
Bourne. fifth grade room mothers. The Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds, and Administrators may rep- deceased;
restn the Estate: of deceased per FLAUL.KR HKACH VILLA COR
They sang three special songs next PTA meeting will be in I Sr., visited with their son and ions and Private Corporations may POltATlON. a corporation of Flor

Praise the Lord, Silent Night February. : daughter in law, Dr. and Mrs. duly be represented authorised by Agents.It their. officers or Ing Ida Us If unknown existing, and successors if not, grant exist

and Away in a Manger-and led :. Allen Reynolds, and family, over Is ordered that this Notice be per and assigns; and FlKLDtJ
published week for two eon RMALTY COMPANY a Florid
the parents and teachers in several FIFTH GRADE LEADSIN the Thanksgiving holidays. secutlve weeks: In the Dayton corporation.. If exlitlng, and If not
Reach Observer a newspaper pub. existing Its unknown successors,
through. SAVINGS STAMPS liheil In Volusla County, Florida, grantees and assigns; and all oth-
out the program. Mrs. Inez Cren- and The KUgler Tribune, a news- persons or entitles
The School Library has received paper published In KUgler County, claiming by throu..hl'untl.., or
shaw accompanied the group on Monday, November 30, 48 per Florida. Data of first publication against any of the above named
16 volume
a set of Golden N< Defendants, or having or claiming
cent of the children
bought savings rrms.ufUU. ;
the piano. -
Book Encyclopedias from David to have any right title or Interest
The choir also includes Derese stamps, and the school BItOARI) OK SUPERVISORS In and to the heralnbelow described
Weaver, a student at Seabreeze V. Guy Day Secretary. lands and premises In o'l'lI'ler
reached the highest percentagefor Junior High School in Daytona Nov., ". *: P.e. I--4tq County, Florida, to-wilt
this ----- -- 1'AIICEL no. i.
year. Charts are being IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OSKlKVril TilE ofT part of Trarl |,
kept on the bulletin board so JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Section I. Township Rluk:
CLASSIFIEDADS OK FLORIDA. lAND FOR lung* $0 East: according to plat
figures may be recorded by roomas FLAUI.KR COUNTY, FLORIDA. of 8t. John. Development Subdl.Lion .

well as the whole school. IN CIIANCKRY Kit. 4..12 on rile l'bl the ltorndu of the
The fifth grade has been con. COMPANY, an Indiana corporation, Plagler County Florida, In Plat

sistently the highest percentage NEWS authorised ds. to do business In Fior of HOOK State 1 aJ\o.rI'.T, 100! .In formerly\

class excluding last week when Plaintiff Hate Itoad No 11, and more particularly
under this ,
Listings heading arc ... described aa: lieginnln'
3 cents a word each insertion. they were edged out by the ARTHUR I.. WHiRY. at a point of Intersection of the
75 cents is the minimum charge sixth grade. IUA MAlt WILEY, and South l1nn3r the I said Tract I of
Klock running thence North
(Continued from 5) F. OKAY
i DefendantAMENIEI IT degree 40 minute At seconds
FOR SALE-5 room, 2 bedroom I East: alone the South line of the
house enclosed private Frederick Fruits received the WINS MUSTANG SPORTS ) NOTICK liT aid Section I, a distance of 6IS.II
1'U II LI CATI OtTO : feet; thence North 1
dock on canal for boat or fish. : ARTHUR I. WILEY minute West. a .t. cl."U
CAR IN CONTEST r/o Red Cloud I Corps Feet to an Intersection with the
ing. Reasonable terms. Flagler San Francisco, California southerly right of way boundaryof

Beach. Phone 4392382. GatewayTo I Mrs. A. G. Bradley said her ( 1'O III, State Highway No. IOU thence
Defendant North0 dear* Wet
12.3-ltp r I daughter in law, Mrs. Raymond YOU ARm HEREBY NOTIFIED along the t"r't.' 01.\t.of way

The Moon Bradley, of Hampton, Virginia, has that been a suit to foreclose mortgair* boundary to the \ ,est a distance line' of the ..I.U Tract feet
FOR SALE-Seogler Oil Heater, filed against you by the I; th"ftouth 1 degree 61 tnln-
and the district for a above
manager named Plaintiff In the above
the line of
white color and in good con. The Ute East alone West
plastic ware company each won fUt property sought the said Tract I, a distance of
dition. Frank Mandziara, Box 7, Men and women of all ages follows foreclosed Is described as 1*0.21 feet to the point Clt begin
a 1965 Ford Mustang Sports Car :
I nlng of this decrfptlon. lUarlrvga
Route 1, Bunnell. 12.3-ltp needed to train for !I I in a recent contest. Lot II of Baxiey Subdivision are referred to the Magnetic Meridian .
I as per Plat of said Subdivision with no variation offset and

WANTED GOOD HOMES for 5 EXECUTIVE I I on cut Ale Court In the of Orflce Flagler of the County Clr- parcel containing i.ll acrea.

little weeks old puppies. Call Florida In Plat look I. a, PAItCKL NO. :Ie
SECRETARIES Carl Carroll, x-ray technician I page a. 1 Including all Improve
be I rtelnc a part of the NWU of the NBHtactlon
437.3386 or they may pickedup at the local hospital spent the ments and appursUnancsathereto. ( 17. Township I orl J Mouth I
for free, at the Atkinson CLERKS <0 Kaat and partlcu:
I Thanksgiving holidays at Live YOU ARK REQUIRED to serv* described a* follows! lleglnnlng .
home, North Palmetto Street, BOOKEEPERS Oak with his mother. 4 copy of your answer or other at the Northeast corner of
Bunnell. 12-3-ltc pleadings, the Plaintiffs attorney the sail Heotlon IT. aa a point of
*. Helen Tanos Hop and reference and running thence Mouth
DATA PROCESSINGKEY Alice H Vane. 101 lllacayn Build IT degree 40 minutia 09 ..('ond.
FOR SALE_3 lots in the woods, ng. II West .. lami. Weft, along the North line of tb.011.tie4tlun *>
PUNCH OPERATORsand Guests at the home of Mr. and Florida and file the original wtlh IT. a distance of
150'x 115' fenced, good for country Mrs. L. I.. Brannam for Thanks the Clerk of the above entitled 1,01.47 feet to the point .f b.-
living. Priced $300. Contact all IBM fields Court on or before the llth day ginning or this description: (hence
giving dinner Included Mr. and of December n... otherwise/ a de. South 1 degree II minute Waet.a .
Adam Pada, Rt 1, Box 7, Bun. fault will be entered against you. distance of I J.I I feet; thenceNorth
These trained specialistsare Mrs. J. T. Groover of Indianapo Dated at Bunnell. Florida Flag 10 degree 16 minutes Weat.a .
nelL 12.3.2tp lee this 10th day. of No. 611.11 teed thence
his Ind. Mrs. John Groover and
urgently needed in the ; ..munlfk... North talnc degree II minute Weat.
FOR IMMEDIATE""SALE-on 9. Mrs. Charles Groover of New (Heal) K. A. BMYTHB L distance .f 11.' t"1 thence
Cape Clerk North If degree* 40 minutM.OI
Kennedy area. ( : of the Court
piece solid mahogany dining Smyrna Beach; Mrs. W. T. Moore By Julia R. Deputy seconda Plait a distance of 113,1ffeet
Starting salaries from $85 and Molly and Tiger of Ormond Clerk to the ""Oln' of beginning of
room suite; one piece solid Nov 1!-11-lt D.o. 3-4to : his duelpt Uearlngaar referred

maple bed room suite; piece : to $125 weekly and up. Em. I Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Terry -- I to the Magnetic. Meridian
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COintT. SHVKNTII i with no variation offset and par-
odd wicker set; other odd pieces ployment while in training.I Starke, Daytona Beach; Mrs. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN I eel containing t.lO acre.
like new. Also two ladles fur Jobs waiting upon comple. Mary Manning and granddaughter UTATH 0V FLORIDA IN CHANJCHV. un Ie lOTl!101

2 ladles cloth coats with Tammy Homage of Daytona (JA.K !If O. 4... ICU1: V. J'KAVY: and JO.ANNI .
coats; '
tIon. HOWRMj: V. PKAVY and : ills
fur trim; 1 man's worumba Beach; Mary Susan Brannam, JOANNE a PEAVY, his filed In this Court their ) :\
student at FSU Miss wits ,. they allege that there are
Phone 4392061. ; Nancy interested In and/or havng .
overcoat. and Plaintiffs, >er on*
12.3-ltc Day EveningClasses Brannam of New Smyrna Beach; ..** or claiming to have an In.
Brest In and the real property
WIM.TAW !. and
and Mrs. Mlmmle Brannam, OENCEM In this suit, hereinbefore
BARGAINS IN SHOE SKATES Levi Brannam, Jr., and James his wlfei Mltll. HAIillYKULWtm. whereabouts. .w hCl.. name addreea; aice*
for sale, Just like new $10.00 Financial Student Loans. Alan Brannam, all of Bunnell. KULIJ't rr. and her huband.' and place otpresidence.. are 1'.-
said PlaIn
unknown to
and up. A-l condition. Capitol It any; JO8KIMI( MKRINA 'l-dlnl: having further named
For details mail and- )4ICRiNA: hi.
Rink Korona. M9-2tp complete JOHKI'lf'f.KM- herein certain peraon aa known
Skating It
wife any: :
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman and LKIITKIl. by name to said Plaintiff, but a*
coupon. his not known by them whether they
SALE-2 bedroom house and wlf\ If any: LAlMtA of them dead alive.
FOR daughters, Marda and MAIXKR and -MAI or any are or
made uknown
And having the
bargain at $5900.00. Reasonableterms Lisa, of Auburndale, were re LESt hr hu.hand. It any, heir at law, d.,I.*... igale.,

located In center of Bun cent guests of Mrs. Hoffman's H.POUKIIANZ.I-OMRRANZ: his and wi'-. If .'.nl..., aalgnee laid, and .other both
claimant under eon
nell. For information phone parents, Mr. end Mrs. A. G. anyFI; AOLKR mrVILLA living and dead known to the
BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY Plaintiff* by name, but net known
4373719. 11.19.4tp Bradley of Espanola. corporation of Florida. If qi'lH' to Plaintiff .. any of
195 North Brevard Avenue existing, and If not *il..t- TITLE Ict'n heirs at law, de-

ton pick. Cocoa Beach Florida Ing Its unknown success. .1..... legatee, assignees and other
FOR SALE Ford half or.., grant*.. and auln'l; claimant are Jlvlnr or dead

up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After CARD Of THANKSOur FIKfjXI PANY. a Florida ItKAI/rr corpora COM. parti** defendant to their Com

6 P.M. call 4373573. 11.5-tf Name ... .... .._......... ....... . ..._... tk'>n. If xltlng.. and If not plaint.And having prayed for decreeof
heartfelt thanks to all existing It* unknown sue- this Court quit Ing and confirming

WANTED IRONING to do at my Address ... ..........._........_.._...._._ who extended comforting sympathy signs.'8O": .AND grsntses If any and of thembe as. described Plaintifftill real property. In the, for above -

home, reasonable. Pick up it de. and help In our recent dead, dissolved th utn'C: :- removing coud from t'lalatlff.*
existent. them. null and
title and decreeing
livery. Phone ID 73669. ......-........-....... ..- sorrow For the beautifu service, heirs, ."1..... '....1..., void. for a perpetual Injuaetlon against -
creditor I trust.... franteea. acid Defendant and each
10-24-4 Interest floral offerings, and other kind. Interest
successors ef peaceable ***.el.
........_._..._..___.._. nesses, we are deeply grateful successors assignees. lien- of .aid property In ih po. Plaintiff .;
drain ors or other claimants/ *. real general relief.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning;
claiming b,. through, un And demanded from the
fields installed; snail thelL Rea Parent Initials ..........._.__...._. Clarence Shultz and family.vvvvwvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvwwvvvvvvvvvvv dr or avalnst them, and Clerk. of the circuit! Court In and
all other unknown personsor for plagler. County, Jrlofida, the
sonable prices. Call George _ _ _ __ _____ _ __ _ __ _ entity claiming by.tnrouvh. making ef an order requiring; "e" .
- - - - under acalnst
- - .- -..- - - - or
roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf ...... ....... any ef the above namedDefendant perewn and and answer each to of aald them complaint(o appear

*, or having or day not use than twentyeight. -
upon a
CONSTIPATED? : FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT .1 claiming to have any trM. nor more than slay day
& title er Interest In aiM to ( the cat* of the ID. of i
To I h. herelnbelow described T.t'o ".r It I. thereupon.
Prune. Figs Sean
uardsl onUKMKO that each and
oataral : every ;
most ,
best PefendsnU. .f the 1/efendant* above named
laztUve. burry to I xrorif, .
and designated hereby requiredto
Moorrrs PHABMACT PHONE VAlley 41625 TUB ITTA77! OF F//)nir A appear and answer ", cfaiiiiComplaint .*
for FREB SAMPLE 0' I SERVICE TO WlU.fAU I. OKNCPld? and herein I on i>a> tillth *
41 tablet generous for Tie. Over J.OM.IOold I S I'. AUGU TINZ FLORIDA I r.ATM Mil If K W. a t1"C JJ".I day *f J.}. ..bll.b.J I.I. and
hIs wife If if
each llrlac. and dead that this Order bo / one
jrsar. their unknown heirs at law, d.> a weik for four (i) eoaweeutlveweeks
Never be btltunt about calling a Garcia Ambalaiu War ....; ,...t.*.. grantees, creditors I before said date in Tne>
/llenors. or other parties claiming aster 7 '10?*' ? ..",.p.tp.r pub.shed .
JOHNST01TSfLACLER *> always at year service with prompto, safety andEquipped r'mtblO"L'ne:4' *r aralntt Wll tit acler County, rlorlJa.WITNK I
nd Tmtherln. VT. $ my hand aa Clerk. u
BEACH REALTY CC -L O*.4n, deceased: Mr. u"n and the ...| of this. Court tble '. ..
KirLHIUill and --,.KUUIfUll. }*ih day of "' ...mller. 1141, in ,
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT hr h...MII... If day If llTlnv, and ........U. County of jriaglcr and 11 I
With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator If d..'. their hel lr. at law A.' mate ef Florida.Meal -
WATER FRONT FARMS vi...., taste ."......, cr.41. ( ) J:. A. -1('

ACREAGE Garcia Funeral HomeP. :rr"III; l/.cove.* by, through*r eh.r.n4 vartlo..r 01a t for nkeof the Circuit. Court..

lee tu fox your real estate nexU I .....t Mr*. Harry Kulbrth a.
Office Phone HE 9-2212 E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral 1 Director any.-4.eassed Xulbrtb: b4r ntubnd. It W a W&4..ortll .P'ifj: \y' -"k

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 r /MRfll MCfUHA and _, V, RoJluaaetl. > .><
or ID 7-3317 lor. aM If d.ad7 their wakaowfj for Halntlffi.
-"""-'""" .t"tf..y" Mr* at Jew, .......... ..".C.... W IX*. |-..t.Thursday .


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; : Gardening: i In FloridaBy 'How To Make In Clothes Look 1 garment Seams to look Its best. Invisible from the right side.
are another Important Bound buttonholes are one of

,,f' ( Henrey Sharp. ) Holiday CandlesWith For WorkmanshipWhen consideration. Look at them the marks of a well-made garment
closely. Deeper seams allow for t
Sandburs-better known as
) friends. a few simple materialsyou you go shopping for adjustment, resist pulling out,
"; like true
) sandspurs-are mat can make candles in almost clothes It pays to look for signsof and lie smoother They shouldbe j One of the many unsuual musical .
will stick to no
1 They you any size and shape, home good wormanshlp. pinked or finished to prevent Instruments on display at
; ter how you plan to vote In any economists with the Florida The way a garment Is cut, I i raveling. j Florida's Stephen Foster Memorial -

I election. Agricultural Extension Service, sewn, and finished Is the key to i I Is a square-grand piano usedto
I However, even true friendscan Buttons and fasteners shouldbe
Its wormanshlp, says Miss Elizabeth accompany Jenny Lind, the
become a pest. Getting rid say.For of and sewed
top grade on
candle will
you clothing and Swedish nightingale, when she
of them Is often as simple as You should be able to
need paraffin wax. Don't let the textile .
specialist, Florida Agricultural sang in Philadelphia In 1850.
turning over the welcome mat either wash or dry-clean belts.
wax get too hot In melting It, Extension, Service. Good
or pulling in the latch string.I! for it will catch fire if it be. wormanshlp pays off In greater A well-made dress always hasa I

4 J But sandspurs don't get miffed! comes too hot. Use a pan or satisfaction, In attractiveness, hem at least two Inches In Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune
: so 'easily. *!4th. The stlchlng should be SLSQAYEAB
Y with tall sides
can or use a proper fit, and longer wear, she
.1 4 established in lawn, --- -- -
Once your -
double boiler for
even more points out. I
sand spurs will bristle up and!
a.. fight annihilation with every safety. Be sure to read labels and NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
I II beater if
Use wantto
an egg you to
in their tags see what the clothinghas
I spike ends In! fashion frosted candles. Use In quality of garbic and fire Insurance policies we write still give the same
Nearly every ruse forks to apply the whipped wax construction.Look dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional .

failure. he had "frosting." closely at the and coverage beD.fib-Hom. Owner's Policy-at very
A local hunter thought grain
To make holes for the wick little extra costRemember
his bur problem licked when he pattern of the fabric. A garmentcut
use an ice pick or skewer. For
I noticed that his loyal bird dog your smaller candles old wicksor on correct grain-the straightof I H. T. Cook Agency .. ready to help you

,\ licked the stickers from his small birthday candles will the fabric or true bias- take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361

hunting. clothes. But after several do. Make new wicking by soak. hangs and wears better than 1 or stop in soon for full details.
trips around the lawn cord clothing cut "off grain." Accurate I
ing cotton typing over.
I gathering sandspurs on pants matching of patterned ma. H. T. COOK AGENCY
night in a borax water solution.
legs, the dog refused to clear Round quart Ice cream con. terlal, particularly stripes and I Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. Flo.

off stickers if there were no milk plaids Is also Important for the
tainers cartons
or square -.. .
quail to pointCuttipg make excellent forms for your

: 'spur plants with the candles. Tin cans of various ,

'mower is of no avail. If tall sizes with smooth sides are good ,
forms. Aluminum or tin gelatin .
growers think they are about to
be eradicated, they will call In molds and plastic refrigerator '

the runner type to sneak along molds will also do the trick. More on the way" .,. :t.
the ground below the whirr of But remember, any tiny creasesor

the mower blades. dents or rougn edges makeit

sandspurs after the impossible to remove the !
Cutting day
candle from the mold. every
,prickles mature Is spreadingnext
What should use for candle
year's misery because each you
seed scattered will mean scoresof coloring. Melted crayolas are
I stickers next spring. best. : Thanks for waiting !

Hand pulling and burning Is Half an inch of a standard

.a sure way of spelling doom to size red crayola will color a

the sticky pest The time to pullIs quart candle brilliant Christmasred.

as soon as you can recognizethe Your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrolets is about over-and we want to

plant in the spring. Continue thank you for.your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind the wheel,
to pull until the last spurs ter particles of the material on
mature in the falLCh.ldcal ornamentals, causing them to vou'tt be glad you waited!

Control suffer as much as the sandspurs.

\ .. With a bit of luck and a lot For a good kill, you may needto
\ of I patience you can kill sand. apply a second application

spurs, says Dr. G. C Horn, turf of the chemical In the spring

specialist with the Agricultural about the time the tiny sandspur a... 6
Experiment Stations. plants begin to show up

I f' If you have zoysia or bermuda in the lawn. For amount of ap
L plication, read directions on the
DSMA-also knownas
". label. .
kill .
: Di-Met -to sandspurs.For
Impala Sport Coupe
best results apply this Use positive thinking in any

1 deadly' arsenic mixture while sand spur control program. Evenif
make several successful It's longer l wider lower. It's swankier spacious. You could
the plants are in the juvenile you Chevrolet : more
stage since they are easier to failures, remember you are get. 65 mistake it for an expensive car-if it weren't for the price.

discourage at this tender age. ting revenge for the times the
kill needto burs have pricked blood from
For a complete you'll
apply the chemical from threeto your fingers while clearing t r

seven times with each application socks of stickers. t
Just for the record there
from five to seven days are
apart Be sure to follow the directions over a dozen types of sandspurs.All .
of them carry the name of
on the pack.

age, warns Dr. Horn. A little Cenchrus plus a descriptivename __
too much of the mixture could I such as "Incertus. -p Malibu Sport Coupe
harm lawn grass. Leaving home won't help you
leave the pest plant behind, because .
If sandspurs invade centipede, there is a variety that Fresh-minted styling.! V8's available with up to 350 hp. A softer,
St. Augustine or carpet 1.65 Chevelle
grass thrives in almost every state, quieter ride. And it's as easy-handling as ever.
try a chemical called atrazlne.
the state of Cali
The best time to apply this Including great '

chemical after Jack Frost has fornia.

,f visited. I Only members of the Churchof v.-*>,* .;
If your Chamber of Commerce
Jesus Christ of Latter day
( won't let you admit that frost If'C.vtls2a.Agr ANA0
Saints enter the massive
visits your town, then plan for may
Mormon Temple in Salt Lake
application of the chemical
4n City. Begun In 1853 the gran
about the middle of December.
ite edifice took 40 years to complete .
Usually atrazlne comes as a dry
National Geographic says. Nora Sport Coup f
in form.
mixture. or pellet

I The best way to apply the I IT Clean new lines. Fresh new interiors. A quieter 6 and-V8's
|| chemical Is with a drop-type ap- !! 65 Chevy XI available with up to 300 hp. Thrift was never so lively. "'. '
plicator. Don't use the "whlrly"!Subscribe lot The flogta FifbuiM

; type applicator! as it may scat, $150 A Tear to Advance ',!, ;Jf. "

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